you desire to sail and to explore where, no doubt, are sweet solitary vales untrodden yet by guides and tourists. ... In 1834, the Protestants amounted to 7; and the Roman Catholics to 267; and a parochial daily school had on its books 52 boys and 16 girls. MARY WILLE, a pleasant and beautiful demesne, in the parishes of Killester and Raheny, about 1 mile north-north-east of Clontarf, barony of Coolock, anbsp;...
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