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" There is a melancholy little anecdote respecting a member of this fallen family, which is well known and attested here, and is given at length in the County Survey, in substance it is this : the Duchess of Buckingham on her way by Limavady, in the time... "
A Statistical Account, Or Parochial Survey of Ireland: Drawn Up from the ... - Page 326
by William Shaw Mason - 1814
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A Memoir: Explanatory of the Chart and Survey of the County of London-Derry ...

George Vaughan Sampson - 1814 - 359 pages
...recruits marched by the route of Limavady. In passing through this village, curiosity induced her Grace to visit the wife of O'Cahan, whose castle had been demolished, and himself banished. In the midst of this half-ruined edifice was kindled afire of branches. The window casements were stuffed...
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Heath's picturesque annual

1838
...O'Cahan's castle, the following anecdote given in the Statistical Survey, is worth a long description. " The duchess of Buckingham on her way by Limavady,...curiosity to visit the wife of O'Cahan, whose castle was demolished, and himself banished. The situation of this venerable matron was characteristic of...
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Ireland Picturesque and Romantic, Volume 1

Leitch Ritchie - 1838 - 264 pages
...O'Cahan's castle, the following anecdote given in the Statistical Survey, is worth a long description. " The duchess of Buckingham on her way by Limavady,...curiosity to visit the wife of O'Cahan, whose castle was demolished, and himself banished. The situation of this venerable matron was characteristic of...
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Ulster Journal of Archaeology, Volume 8

1902
...these recruits marched by the route of Limavady. In passing through, curiosity induced Lady Antrim to visit the wife of O'Cahan, whose castle had been demolished and himself banished. She found her still living at the old castle of Limavady, near the Dog's Leap, which had become utterly...
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The Dublin Penny Journal

Philip Dixon Hardy - 1835
...practices with O'Nial and O'DormeJ, early in the reign of James I. was seized, and his estates forfeited in the year 1607. There is a melancholy little anecdote...respecting a member of this fallen family, which is weil known and attested here, and is given at length in the County Survey. In substance, it is this...
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