The curragh is a beautiful spot, there being such a large area for sham fights, field days and drills in general.
She made a curragh for him, and he crossed over to Tory, but he did not get the cow.
The priest's horse had carried off a Queen's Plate at the curragh, and, safe and well at the post, could win as he pleased.
Accordingly the curragh was made, and a strong-sided one it was.
Many years later, some very bad barracks were closed in Ireland, and men and horses were moved to the curragh.
The crew left their curragh on the strand and went towards the palace.
And there he saw a curragh, and it having a narrow stern of copper.
You must not link yourself with that Bill Kisseck and his curragh gang.
Then the three pushed out their curragh from the beautiful clear-bayed shore of Ireland.
A score of them went forward then into the country, and a score stopped to mind the curragh.