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  • The Leprechaun; or Fairy Shoemaker by William Allingham 29314The Leprechaun; or Fairy ShoemakerWilliam Allingham Little Cowboy, what have you
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  • Darby O'Gill and the Good People (category Leprechaun tales)
    Known As "Leprechauns" 68686Darby O'Gill — 'His Misadventures Among the Good People and Fairy Folk of Knocknasheega, Also Known As "Leprechauns"'Herminie
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  • The Field of Boliauns (category Leprechaun tales)
    The Field of Boliauns 28926The Field of Boliauns
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  • III: Darby O'Gill and the Leprechaun 71061Darby O'Gill and the Good People — Chapter III: Darby O'Gill and the LeprechaunHerminie Templeton Kavanagh
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  • 129 (1664) “King Henry’s Hunt” in Littell's Living Age, 131 (1697) The Leprechaun; or Fairy Shoemaker No Funeral Gloom “Allingham, William,” in A Short
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  • the Good People How the Fairies Came to Ireland Darby O'Gill and the Leprechaun Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in
    671 bytes (132 words) - 11:37, 29 August 2015
  • and dreamed till break of day Of Poltergeist and Fetch and Fay And Leprechaun and Brownie! And never since, by sea or land, On mountain or on plain
    287 bytes (405 words) - 01:41, 10 June 2015
  • pinch)—next came an Elf, And then a Phantom (that's myself), And last, a Leprechaun. "One day, some Spectres chanced to call, Dressed in the usual white:
    295 bytes (777 words) - 01:37, 10 June 2015
  • Embree - Briner's Wheat (p.162): Herminie Templeton - Darby O'Gill and the Leprechaun (p.171): Herbert D. Ward - Mr. Potter's Vacation (p.182): Josephine Dodge
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  • whirring and their humming. O! I hear the tiny horns Of enchanted leprechauns And the padded feet of many gnomes a-coming! O! the lights! O! the
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  • the Peppers'?" "No." "No, I suppose not. Nor the 'Changeling'? nor the 'Leprechaun'?" "No." Sylvia got off the skylight on which she had been sitting, and
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  • and one-half feet. The Leprechauns are different, being full of mischief, though they, too, are small. I followed as a Leprechaun from the town of Wicklow
    437 bytes (4,146 words) - 23:22, 30 October 2013
  • one-half feet. The Leprechauns are different, being   full of mischief, though they, too, are small. I followed a   Leprechaun from the town of Wicklow
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  • out of his eyes, mouth, and nose.' (Ir. Pen. Mag.) Another man sees a leprechaun walking up to him—'a weeny deeny dawny little atomy of an idea of a small
    24 KB (4,394 words) - 01:16, 18 April 2012
  • hardly be said to 'tower.' Later your author mentions local faith in 'leprechauns,' which are Irish fairies, and 'kelpies,' which are Scottish! The joke
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  • fairies, and stories about the good people of the Irish legends, and the Leprechaun, a little old man who mends shoes, and who gives you as much gold as you
    301 bytes (6,897 words) - 01:52, 3 March 2014
  • West of the Moon, a Scandinavian legend, 54—63   kindred stories, 82 Leprechaun, the, 97   a bounteous little man if well managed, 142 Little Red Cap
    269 bytes (23 words) - 14:21, 3 March 2014
  • 12 ^  lubrican, the name of an Irish pigmy sprite, otherwise called leprechaun. 13 ^  fire-drake, a fiery dragon. The word also meant a meteor. 14 ^ 
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  • phenomenon, that the fable of little men, pixies, gnomes, brownies, fairies, leprechauns is to be found everywhere? Or—is it possible that there is such a little
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  • people;" and the Pooka, which comes in the form of a wild colt; and the Leprechaun, a dwarf who makes himself look like a little old man, mending shoes;
    330 bytes (7,740 words) - 01:51, 3 March 2014

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