Excerpt from Wurra-Wurra: A Legend of Saint Patrick at Tara
Wan thing was plain, Cromm Cruach the big idol, an' all the little idols must go. So wan day, in the prisence of King Laeghaire an' all his household an' a great multitude of the people, Patrick raised his staff befo... re Cromm Cruach, an' in the twinklin' of an eye the big idol an' all the little idols sank into the plain up to their necks. 'twas a miracle the like of which had niver been seen in Ireland. An' King Laeghaire, seein' that all the spells of his Druid magicians could not raise up Cromm Cruach again, nor even the smallest of the little idols, be came a Christian on the spot.
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