Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland Volume 5
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|Other Information: ||Illustrations, black and white|
|Published In: ||12 September 2013|
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1856 edition. Excerpt: ...an long, an caprpac," ace Denarh Don lumg co na luce i nupcopac oiDce ap apamn Do puaoaicceab a peol a ftlacaib pfp pfinofb Dionnaib eeo 1 caclaD tna coccannaib commbloDca hi pppaijnb na piopmamenci, Do buaileaD an loncc oa eipi pin pa cappaicc i nibeol cuain an pip moip i mapcap connacc, -po baibfo i co na poipinn cenmoca macgariiain, -aofn cpiap oile, -Do baiDfo cuilleaD ap ceo pan calaD pin Dib im cuacal ua maille pciupupmann coblaij paDa ba pfpp ina aimpip. "Catocc mac mupchaiD uf bpiain Do gabdil ap popdilfm an mpcip hi luimneac-a cup ap pin 50 hac cliac Da coimeo, ) aD bfpeaD cac co mbaof Cuid Diapla cuabmuman ip in njabdil pin. O jallcubaip, eoccan mac emainn, mic coin, en mac Duine oipecca ap luja Do bole in ullroib Decc. present barony of Ross, in the north-west of the at the present day, but anglicised Terryland. county of Galway.--See Chorographiccd Descrip-It is a townland situated near the town of tion of WesfConnaught, p. 246. Galway, and bounded on the west by the River " Fuathach, now the Fuagh River, otherwise Gaillimh. This townland contains the ruins of Owenriffc, in the parish of Kilcummin, barony a large house which belonged to the Earl of of Moycullen, and county of Galway--See Clanrickard.--See Inquisition taken at Galway Ckorographical Description of West Connaught, on the 20th of March, 1608, before Geoffrey pp. 52, 53. Osbaldston, Esq. 0 Bon-an-Bhonnain.--This is the name of that Turlough Meith, i. e. Turlough, or Terence, arm of Lough Corrib (in the county of Galway) the fat or corpulent. He was the ancestor of the which receives the river of Belanabrack, near Clann-Teige O'Brien of Aran, for a curious ac the Hen's Castle, in Joyce's country.--See count of whom the reader is referred to theXa...
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