This is a pretty and fashionable watering place in Carlingford Bay.
This town was built by the Blaneys in 1611, and has a population of about 3,484, who are principally shop-keepers. Large flour mills are in the vicinity. The Ulster canal passes the town. Its public buildings consist of a county court house and jail, cavalry barracks, fever hospital, and workhouse. Close at hand are the ruins of some forts. Cortalvin, Lord Rossmore; Castle Shane, Right Hon. E. Lucas; Camla Vale, Colonel Westenra.
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This is one of the most picturesque and romantically situated watering places in Ireland, and consequently much frequented.
This town, which is situated in a fine spot on an island between Loughs Erne, contains a population of about 14,678, who are engaged in the corn and general trade.