2 edition of topographical and historical account of Lisburn. found in the catalog.
topographical and historical account of Lisburn.
|Other titles||The maze|
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|Number of Pages||156|
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Topographical and historical account of lisburn. also, a poem on same, comprehending the maze-a satire. to which is added, some miscellaneous pieces. etc. etc. etc. by henry bayly. belfast: printed by thomas mairs, joy's entry. e to the very rev. james stannus, dean of ross, and to the representative, seneschal, burgesses, and citizens of.
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of the Break-o-Day-Men and Defenders since the year down to the yearwith a full and true account of the nature of the rising of both parties. 1st ed. Dublin, p A Topographical and Historical Account of LISBURN.
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Originally there were three, four or even five bays on the ground floor which were an open arcade. An upper floor was often used as a court house or ballroom. The two largest rivers are the Lagan and the Bann, both of which rise in the county of Down: at Belfast the Lagan spreads into the wide aestuary called the bay of Belfast, or Belfast Lough, and above it, with the aid of several cuts, has been made navigable to Lisburn, forming part of the navigation between Belfast and Lough Neagh: the Bann flows through Lough Neagh and Lough Beg, and.
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x 21 cm. Articles include: Lisburn's Castle and Cathedral, The Account Book of an 18th century Bishop, Ballydrain Dunmurry, Extract from a sketch of the Pelan Family, Michael Thomas Sadler, A Portrait, John Dougherty Barbourand Jiggling to the Fiddle at Hilden - An Infamous.-- Henry Bayly published a topographical and historical account of Lisburn with a poem on the same.
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