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Bradshaw’s Guide


Here are the ruins of a Dominican Friary, founded in 1201, and dismantled by Cromwell. The church, partly in ruins, contains a bell tower, and tombs of the Fitzgeralds. The fortified town walls and gates, with the stone-built houses, &c., &c., all exist as in old times, though in ruins; some dismantled by Cromwell. Close at hand are Mount Coote, C. Coote, Esq.; Ush Hill Tower, E. Evans, Esq.

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