This is a pretty and fashionable watering place in Carlingford Bay.
A borough and seaport town in the county of Louth, returning one member. It is situated on the banks of a river of the same name, at the mouth of the Irish channel. It is a place of some traffic, from which considerable quantities of corn are annually exported. The manufacture of cambric, which forms part of the trading pursuit of the inhabitants, was first established here in 1737.
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This is one of the most picturesque and romantically situated watering places in Ireland, and consequently much frequented.