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Hand drawn and printed in Skerries Harbour
When St. Patrick was expelled from Wicklow by the pagan natives he sailed northwards and landed on a small island off Skerries. When the saint arrived on this island he had with him a goat, which was his companion and source of milk.
Some people from Skerries went out to the island and stole his goat. They killed the goat, cooked it and feasted on it.
This made St. Patrick very angry and in two giant strides he reached the mainland to figure out what happened.
When they tried to deny interfering with his goat they found they could only bleat. When they were prepared to tell the saint the truth their voices returned.