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  • Governor of Western Australia, was the son of Robert Fitzgerald, of Kilkee, county Clare, and entered the royal navy in 1809. He was Governor of the Gambia from
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  • Greek Marriage in Cappadocia. W. R. Halliday 81 A Folklore Survey of County Clare (continued), xix. Thos J. Westropp 88 Armenian Folk-Tales (continued)
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  • the robber's lip, Who the robber, none could name. All the folk in County Clare Found a task for every day By the Baron's gate to stray. Came to gossip
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  • Sir Bryan's elder brother, Sir Colman O'Loghlen, represented the county of Clare in the English Parliament from 1863 to 1877, and was Judge Advocate-General
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  • Galway, up the centre of the bay, but they are not far from the cliffs of County Clare, on the south, or the corner of Connemara on the north. Kilronan, the
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  • Eugene O’CURRY, EUGENE (1796–1862), Irish scholar, was born at Dunaha, county Clare, in 1796, the son of a farmer who was a man of unusual intelligence.
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  • 15 — Kilkee KILKEE, a seaside resort of county Clare, Ireland, the terminus of a branch of the West Clare railway. Pop. (1901), 1661. It lies on a small
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  • woodland fair The sea-breeze murmurs the wonderful tale Of the lad from County Clare. But never the wind from seaward And never the brooks of the vale
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  • Esq., of Browne's Hill, county Carlow; secondly, in 1803, Jane, daughter of John Ross-Lewin, Esq., of Fort Fergus, county Clare. Dr. Barnard was elected
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  • 91 County Clare Folk-Tales and Myths, I. Thos. J. Westropp 96 Welsh Folklore Items, I. E. J. Dunnill and Ella M. Leather 106 County Clare Folk-Tales
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  • it comprises the greater part of County Clare, a large portion of Tipperary, and parts of King's and Queen's Counties, Limerick, and Galway. Its Irish
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  • the Brosna from E., and forming Lough Derg (23 m.). Dividing county Clare from counties Tipperary and Limerick, the Shannon reaches the city of Limerick
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  • — Well no, Mr Bloom said. In point of fact I have to go down to the county Clare on some private business. You see the idea is to tour the chief towns
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  • O'Curry, Eugene O'CURRY, ō-kŭr'ĭ, Eugene, Irish scholar: b. Dunaha, County Clare, 1796; d. Dublin, July 1862. He was son of a rather gifted farmer. Though
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  • for the forfeited estates, and possessed a considerable property in county Clare. It appears from a confused statement of the younger Amory's son (Gent
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  • to some of the Vesey estates. In 1818 he was elected M.P. for the county of Clare. In 1820 he was appointed minister plenipotentiary and envoy extraordinary
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  • sister projects: Wikipedia article. A song about an emigrant to America homesick for a town in County Clare, Ireland.
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  • William, an Irish landscape and figure painter, was born at Ennis, County Clare, April 1, 1786. When a boy, his parents went to London, and when 15 he
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  • He attended the local schools of Ireland and the college at Ennis, County Clare, and afterwards pursued his studies in Belgium. He was ordained to the
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  • account of his long sojourn in France, as Abbé Hogan, born near Ennis in County Clare, Ireland, 24 June, 1829; died at Saint-Sulpice, Paris, 29 September,
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