|Author:||Farmer, William, fl. 1587-1614.|
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2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Farmer, William, fl. 1587-1614.
Imprinted at London: For the Companie of Stationers, 1613.
T.p. lacking; running title: Farmer. 1614.
Attributed to William Farmer by STC (2nd ed.).
Imprint from colophon.
Imperfect: lacking all before signature B5.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Ephemerides -- Early works to 1800.
Here doth follow a compendious Regi∣ster of all the most principall High-waies throughout Ireland; very meete & necessarie for all that shall haue occasion to trauell into any place of this Kingdome: and first of the way from Dublin to Waterford by the Sea side, and so from thence to Corke.
The way from Dublin to Gowran, and so from thence to all the chiefe places in Munster.
The way from Gowran to Yoghell.
The way from Gowran to Corke, and so to Baltimore and further West.
The way from Gowran to Cashell, and so to Dinghan I. coushe.
the way from Gowran to Limbricke, and so againe to Dinghan lcoushe.
Asoorter way from Dublin to Limbricke, not much vsed.
The way from Kinsale to Limbricke, and so to Galway.
The way from Waterford to Limbricke, and so to Galway.
The way from Dublin to Aloane, and so to Galway.
Another shorter way from Dublin to Aloane, and so to Ballishennan, and to the Derrie.
The way from Galway to Ballishenan, and to the Derrie.
The way from Dublin, directly to Ballishenan.
The way from Dublin to the Derrie.
The way from Newrie to Carigfergus.
From Newrie to Carigfergus through Locale.
The way from Newrie to Colerane.
The way from Carrigfergus to Colerane.
The Way from Carrigfergus to Colerane by the Sea side.
Of the most principall Fayres and Marts, as they are vsually holden in this King∣dome of Ireland; and also of many new Fayres, lately erected by Patent, added in this yeare.