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Ballitore is a village in County Kildare, Ireland, sometimes spelt Ballytore.
- also known as Ballitore, Ireland
- part of County Kildare
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by F. P Lock
Ballitore is a village in County Kildare, ...
by Mary Martha Rodwell
Ballitore is a beautiful village, situated in a vale on the banks of the river Gris. It is a colony of Quakers, with houses remarkable for elegant simplicity, and highly cultivated gardens. Near this is Belan House, erected on the site of an old castle which was demolished by Cromwell, and in which is still preserved a ...
The Geography of the British Isles, Interspersed with ... Historical Facts and Biographical Sketches, Etc (1834)
by Mary Martha Rodwell
Ballitore is a beautiful village, situated in a vale on the banks of the river Gris. It is a colony of Quakers, with houses remarkable for elegant simplicity, and highly cultivated gardens. Near this is Belan House, erected on the site of an old castle which was demolished by Cromwell, and in which is still preserved a bed that both King William and King James slept in, in the year 1690. Castle Dermot, formerly Tristle Dermot, or Disart Diarmuda, derived its name from St. Dermot, who founded ...
Memoir of a Map of Ireland (1792)
Illustrating the Topography of that Kingdom, and Containing a Short Account of Its Present State, Civil and Ecclesiastical; with a Complete Index to the Map. By Daniel Augustus Beaufort, ... by Daniel Augustus Beaufort
Ballitore is a very pretty village. Ten members represent in the House of Commons this Countyy the towns of Kildare, Naas and Athy, and the borough of Harrijiown, which consists only of a single house. Observations on the Old Maps. They exceed in the breadth of the county two miles, and are not quite correct in the boundary and divisions. Jeffereys miscalls Monastereven Monstere. The situations of Cappoge and of Prosperous are not marked. QUEEN'S COUNTY. The Queen's ...
by Margaret Greenwood, Mark Connolly, Geoff Wallis
Ball it ore BALLITORE is an old Quaker village where the Anglo-Irish political philosopher Edmund Burke (1729—97) was educated before going to Trinity College, Dublin. The Ballitore Quaker Museum (June— Sept Wed— Sat noon- 5pin. Sun 2-6pm; Oct-May Tues-Sat noon-5pm; free) above the village library, which is housed in the old Friends Meeting House, gives a vivid picture of what Quaker life would have been like here: each member of the indus- ,_ trious community plied a ...
by Cathy Hartley
calls attention to the misery of Irish rural life, while the Annals of Ballitore from ...
A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland, Comprising the Several Counties; Cities; Boroughs; Corporate, Market, and Post Towns; Parishes; and Villages; with Historical and Statistical Descriptions (1849)
Embellished with Engravings of the Arms of the Cities, Bishoprics, Corporate Towns, and Boroughs; and of the Seals of the Several Municipal Corporations by Samuel Lewis
from Dunlavin, on the road from Baltinglass to Ballitore; containing 1718 inhabitants. It comprises 74.04+ statute acres, nearly all ...
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