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Archbishop Richard Pocock, Tour of West Cork, 1758, Ploughland ‘An Area of Land Capable of Being Tilled by a Team of Eight Oxen in a Year, Franciscan Abbey Bantry 1460, Clandestine Import of French Brandy and Rum, Whiddy, Donemark, Land is let for 1 shilling an acre, Women marry at 13 Men at 16, Gentlemen of Good Families Chiefly Sullivans let land of 300 acres, Leprosy.

https://durrushistory.com/2013/11/15/impressions-of-travellers-halls-of-ballineen-west-cork-ric-station-1840-and-kohl-1844-bantry-to-kenmare-on-ric/

https://durrushistory.com/2014/11/30/an-english-traveller-in-ireland-1672-4-observations-on-hospitality-bragging-housing-and-sleeping-patterns-baptism-and-death-customs-obsession-with-genealogy-propensity-to-litigation/
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