Fairies or no fairies for saint Andrew's day written by Elizabeth Langford November 2023

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John Mulligan was as fine an old fellow as ever threw a Carlow spur into the sides of a horse the world was very beautiful he was besides as jolly a boon companion over a jug of punch as you would meet from Cantore point to bloody farmland and a good horse he used to ride and a stiffer jug of punch than his was not in nineteen baronies there might be fairies or no fairies until saint Andrew’s day may be he stuck more to it than he ought to have done but that is nothing wherever to the story I am going to tell

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