One of the smallest counties in Ireland, returns two members. It abounds in those rude vestiges of antiquity which consist of earth-works, chiefly designed for sepulchral purposes, or acting as places of defensive habitation. Cromlechs, and other relics of anti-Christian ages, although much lessened in number within the last century, are still numerous, and in several instances extremely curious. There are also many remains of ecclesiastical and military structures.
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