Topographia Hibernica; or the Topography of Ireland, Antient and Modern. Giving a complete view of the Civil and Ecclesiastical State of that Kingdom; With its Antiquities, Natural Curiosities; Trade, Manufacturers, Extent and Population. Its Counties, Baronies, Cities, Boroughs, Parliamentary Representation and Patronage; Ancient Districts and their original Proprietors. Post, Market and Fair Towns; Bishopricks, Abbeys, Monasteries, Castles, Ruins, Private-Seats, and remarkable Buildings. Mountains, Rivers, Lakes, Mineral-Springs, Bays and Harbours, with the Latitude and Longitude of the principal Places, and their Distances from the Metropolis, and from each other. Historical Anecdotes, and Remarkable Events. The whole alphabetically arranged and carefully edited. With an Appendix, containing some additional Places and Remarks, and several useful Tables. With large folding map. Dublin: Printed by Alex Stewart, No. 86, Bride-street, 1795. Quarto. pp. , [4P], 30. Contemporary full tree calf. Spine sympathically rebacked with original maroon morocco letterpiece. Bound in at end large folding table; ‘A Table shewing the intermediate and respective Distances in Miles, between the principle Towns in Ireland’, with publisher’s imprint. A fine copy.
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