TOBER-NA-DARA

Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland

By Lady Francesca Wilde

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Tober-na-Dara (the well of tears) was so called because it overflowed one time for a mile round, from the tears of the Irish wives and mothers who came there to weep for their fallen kindred, who had been slain in a battle, fighting against Cromwell's troopers of the English army.

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