New Line of Road from Durrus to Ahakista, Co. Cork, 1847 at File Darrig (Red Cliff) Washed Away by Storm1843 Discovery of Brahalish Bracelet in Building Road.

Thanks to John Tobin for pointing out original name of Red Cliff.
The thing that strike me here is how a place name has been changed from Irish directly to English since this article was published. File Darrig has been changed to the Red Cliff.
Is Carrigbeg the same as Carrigbui?
Was this anonymous letter written by someone taking a serious poke at Timothy O’Donovan (Magistrate or Gentry of the area)?

Timothy O’Donovan (1790–1874), 1818, O’Donovan’s Cove, in ruins 1875, Durrus, listed 1838 , son Richard Esq. and Jane d Alexander O’Donovan, Squince.  Correspondent with Antiquarian Dr. John O’Donovan re O’Donovans of Carbery.  Brother of Dr O’Donovan and Richard O’Donovan JP and uncle of Richard O’Donovan JP. 835 Subscriber Lewis Topographical Dictionary of Ireland  1837.    Landlord and political organiser. Member Election Committee, Rickard Deasy, Clonakilty (later Attorney General) 1855.  Land record, 1870, Kate O’Donovan, O’Donovan’s Cove, 1,940 acres and Reps Timothy O’donovan 1,940 acres.  Probate to daughter Mrs Anne Barry, widow, effects £2,000.

1843 Brahalish Bracelet Discovered building road: