It is a very good thing not to be in any way in dread of the faeries, for without doubt they have then less power over a person,
It has been truly said that good manners are no burden, and that civility costs nothing, but there are some people foolhardy
enough to disregard doing the civil thing which, whatever they may think, can never harm themselves or anyone else,
and who at the same time will go out of their way for a bit of mischief, which never can serve them,
but sooner or later they will come to know better, as you shall hear of Carroll O'Daly,
a strapping young fellow up out of Connaught,
whom they used to call in his own country "Devil Daly."