Waterford "Waterford, a county of Ireland,
province of Munster, bounded N by Kilkenny and Tipperary,
E by Wexford, S by the sea, and W by Cork, 42 m. long
E to W, and 8 to 22 broad. Area, 425,692 acres, divided
into 74 parishes. It presents a diversity of soil and
prospect, but in general is pleasant and fertile, yet
in many parts mountainous and rocky; even on the sides
of the mountains, however, there is good pasture for cattle.
Wexford "Wexford, a county of Ireland,
province of Leinster, bounded E by St George's channel,
S by Waterford bay, SW by Kilkenny, W by Carlow, and N
by Wicklow. 38 Irish m. long and 24 broad. Area 315,396
Irish plantation acres. Chief rivers, the Nore and Barrow.
It has two boroughs, Wexford and New Ross. Pop. 169,304."
Wicklow "Wicklow, a county of Ireland,
province of Leinster, bounded N by Dublin, E by the Irish
sea, S by Wexford and W by Kildare and Carlow, 32 m. long
N to S, and 15 to 26 broad. (Irish.) Area, 311,600 Irish
acres, divided into 58 parishes. Great part of this country
is mountainous, with a mixture of rocks and bogs, so as
to be ill adapted for cultivation; others are well wooded,
and some of the valleys fertile. Chief rivers, the Liffey
and Slaney. Pop. 115,162."
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