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The Voyage of the Hui Corra (Author: Unknown)

section 34

Now when it was time for them to embark they beheld a troop passing them, and this was the troop, a party of jesters. The jesters saw the boat being launched on the sea. ‘Who are the people launching this boat on the sea?’ say they. Said the buffoon of the party: ‘I recognise them’, quoth he. ‘Three sons of Conall the Red descendant of Corra the Fair, of Connaught, the robbers and the brigands, going on their pilgrimage and to seek the Lord on the sea and on the mighty main. Howbeit’, quoth he, ‘by my word, they do not need more than I to go and seek for heaven.’