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Baldoyle

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Baldoyle is a coastal area on the northside of Dublin, Ireland. It is in the part of the historic County Dublin now administered as Fingal.

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Google previewVerse in English from Tudor and Stuart Ireland (2003)

by Andrew Carpenter

Baldoyle is a town in Fingal, not far from Howth. 9. For the significance of this stress on the first syllable, see Bliss pp. 194-8. Richard Stanihurst had noted in 1577 that in Wexford (where the pronunciation of English was very similar to that of ...

Google previewThe Hand-Book to the Dublin&Drogheda Railway, containing a description of the scenery, towns, villages ... from Dublin to Drogheda, etc. MS. notes (1845)

Baldoyle is a pleasantly situated little village, six miles from Dublin. The inhabitants are mostly engaged in fishing, and in the summer it is much resorted to for bathing. In 1369, the then Lord Deputy of Ireland, ...

Google previewThe new British channel pilot, containing sailing directions from London to Liverpool [&c.]. (1839)

by John William Norie

BALDOYLE is a creek on the north side of Howth, ...

Google previewThe seaman's new guide, revised by J.S. Hobbs (1847)

by J S Hobbs

Baldoyle is a creek on the north-side of Howth, fit only for 6mall craft. The channel in it is crooked, narrow, and long; 3 feet is the least water within the channel; at high-water, spring-tides, there are 13 and 14 feet in it; at high water, neap-tides, ...

Google previewNew and complete sailing directions [&c.] newly arranged by J.S. Hobbs. [With] Sailing directions for the south, west, and north coasts of Ireland (1854)

by John William Norie

BALDOYLE is a creek on the north side of Howth, fit only for small craft. The channel in is crooked, narrow, and long. The least water in the channel is 3 feet ; at high water, spring-tides there are 13 and 14 feet in it ; at high water, neap-tides , ...

Google previewThe New Seaman's Guide and Coaster's Companion: containing ... complete sailing directions for ships, both outward and homeward bound ... To which are subjoined, copious tables of latitudes and longitudes ... also new tables of the sun's declination from 1809 to 1824. Improved from the original work of ... J. Chandler by ... M. Downie ... G. Eunson ... M. McKenzie ... J. Diston ... The eighteenth edition of the work, and the fourth of the new arrangement (1847)

by John CHANDLER (of Orford, Pilot.)

Baldoyle is a creek on the north-side of Howth, fit only for small craft. The channel in it is crooked, narrow, and long; 3 feet is the least water within the channel; at high-water, spring-tides, there are 13 and 14 feet in it; at high water, neap-tides, ...

Google previewA Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837)

by Samuel Lewis

BALDOYLE, a parish, in the barony of COOLOCK, county of Duanm, and province of Lnmsran, 6 miles (N. E.) from Dublin; containing 1208 inhabitants, of which number, 1009 are in the village. The village is pleasantly situated on an inlet or ...

Google previewDictionary of geography, descriptive, physical, statistical, and historical, forming a complete general gazetteer of the world (1862)

by Alexander Keith Johnston

Baldoyle, a pa. and town of Ireland, co. an 1 6} m. N.E. Dublin, near Drogheda Railway. Is a watering place, and has a shallow harbour. Area of pa. 1,236.

Google previewA Complete Pronouncing Gazetteer Or Geographical Dictionary of the World (1922)

Containing the Most Recent and Authentic Information Respecting the Countries, Cities, Towns, Resorts, Islands, Rivers, Mountains, Seas, Lakes, Etc., in Every Portion of the Gloge by Angelo Heilprin

Baldoyle, bal-doil', a village and watering-place of Ireland, 6 miles by rail NE. of Dublin. Bald Prairie, a post-village of Robertson ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia (1911)

With a New Atlas of the World : a Work of General Reference in All Departments of Knowledge

3 Baldoyle, Ireland . . . . . . . . . 79 J 5 Balkan Mountains) . . . . . . 98 G 6 Balaghat (district), British Bald Peak , ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century atlas of the world, prepared under the superintendence of Benjamin E. Smith (1898)

by William Dwight Whitney, Benjamin Eli Smith

F Baldoyle, Ireland, '91 ...

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