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In the Catbird Seat/Joe Kirkish

The gift of Irish eloquence

March 15, 2012
The Daily Mining Gazette

County Cork harbors the southernmost port in Ireland, to which most Irish immigrants once walked, rode on horseback or in carts, alone or in droves, all heading for a ship to take them to America. Just a few miles to the north is Blarney Castle - built nearly 600 years ago, now famous for one thing that brings millions of people to Blarney, making it one of Ireland's greatest treasures.



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