Donegal "Donegal, a county of Ireland,
in Ulster, 68 m. long and 44 broad; bounded W and N by
the ocean, E by Londonderry and Tyrone, and S by Roscommon
and the bay of Donegal, in a champaign country; containing
42 parishes, has extensive linen manufactures, and abounds
with harbours. Pop. 249,483
a county in Ireland,
in Leinster, bounded N by Meath, E by the Irish sea,
by Wicklow, and W by Meath and Kildare, 30 m. long, and
19 broad; containing 228,211 acres, and 108 parishes,
21 of which are in the city of Dublin. The county is
except towards the S; on the coast it is broken into
and creeks, with several places of resort for sea-bathing.
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Galway "Galway, a county
of Ireland, in Connaught, 82 m. long and 42 broad; bounded
W by the Atlantic, N by Mayo and Roscommon, E by Roscommon,
King's county, and Tipperary, and S by Clare and Galway bay;
it contains 2593 square miles, is divided into 116 parishes.
The greater part is very fertile; but towards the N and W
the soil is coarse. It abounds with rivers and lakes: of its
rivers, the principal are the Shannon, the Suck, and the
Blackwater: lakes, lough Corrib, lough Reagh, and lough Contra. Pop. 286,921.
Chief town, Galway."
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