But the fly was born with his magnasoles, and he trotted across the ceiling like Donegal never could.
Arthur had the joy of bringing the good news down to Donegal.
Donegal--Dunfanaghy--Glenties--Resident proprietors good and charitable.
It's a shirt and a plain stocking were got off a drowned man in Donegal.
They have the silly suspicion and the childish credulity of the Donegal rural districts.
We had no railway to Donegal, fifteen miles away, and cartage was too expensive.
No doubt it will be a great thing for Donegal when “light railways” are laid down here.
That's what the poorest and most ignorant people of Donegal say.
We left our luggage at the station of the Donegal narrow-gauge railway, and then walked down into the town.
We are very, very backward in Donegal, but not nearly so bad as in the south and west.