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Bere Island

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Bere Island Irish: Oiléan Béarra, meaning "bear island", although officially called An tOileán Mór meaning "the big island") is an island off the Beara Peninsula in County Cork Ireland. It is roughly 10 km x 3 km in dimension, with an area of 17.68 km², and has a population of 210.

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Google previewLetter to the Right Honourable Lord John Russell on the Expediency of Promoting Railways in Ireland (1849)

by George Preston White

Bere Island is a healthy situation, producing plenty of vegetables, abounding in fresh-water springs, and fish is plentiful and cheap. Depdts of troops stationed at Berehaven would be in the best possible situation in the United Kingdom for ...

Google previewIreland Travel 101 (2009)

by Patricia Preston

Here is a summary tohelpyou plan yourislandadventures: Bere Island—Nestled in Bantry Bay two miles off the coast of Castletownbere on the Beara Peninsula, Bere Island is a small and hilly island,facingtheopenAtlantic to the south and ...

Google previewA tour in Connamara (1849)

with remarks on its great physical capabilities by George Preston White

Bere Island is a healthy situation, producing plenty of vegetables, abounding in fresh-water springs, and fish is plentiful and cheap. Depdts of troops stationed at Berehaven would be in the best possible situation in the United Kingdom for ...

Google previewReport of the Commissioners (1837)

Bere Island is a healthy situation, producing plenty of vegetables, abounding in fresh water springs, and fish is plentiful and cheap. Were Berehaven made a naval and military depot, the communication between it and the town of Bantry would ...

Google previewReport of the Commissioners Appointed to Inquire Into the Manner in which Railway Communications Can be Most Advantageously Promoted in Ireland (1838)

Second report of the commissioners appointed to consider and recommend a general system of railways for Ireland

Bere Island is a healthy situation, producing plenty of vegetables, abounding in fresh water springs, and fish is plentiful and cheap. Were Berehaven made a naval and military depot, the communication between it and the town of Bantry would ...

Google previewParliamentary Papers (1838)

1780-1849 by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons

Bere Island is a healthy situation, producing plenty of vegetables, abounding in fresh water springs, and fish is plentiful and cheap. Were Berehaven made a naval and military depot, the communication between it and the town of Bantry would ...

Google previewSECOND REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONERS APPOINTED TO CONSIDER AND RECOMMEND A GENERAL SYSTEM OF RAILWAYS FOR IRELAND (1838)

Bere Island is a healthy situation, producing plenty of vegetables, abounding in fresh water springs, and fish is plentiful and cheap. Were Berehaven made a naval and military depot, the communication between it and the town of Bantry would ...

Google previewFirst [and Second] Report of the Commissioners (1845)

by Great Britain. Royal Commission on Tidal Harbours

Bere Island is a healthy situation, producing plenty of vegetables, abounding in fresh-water springs, and fish is plentiful and cheap. Were Berehaven made a naval and military depôt, the communication between it and the town of Bantry would ...

Google previewFirst [and Second] Report[s] of the Commissioners (1846)

Bere Island is a healthy situation, producing plenty of vegetables, abounding in fresh-water springs, and fish is plentiful and cheap. Were Berehaven made a naval and military depot, the communication between it and the town of Bantry would ...

Google previewDictionary of Geography, Descriptive, Physical, Statistical, and Historical, Forming a Complete General Gazetteer of the World (1853)

by Alexander Keith Johnston

side of Bantry bay, opposite Bere island, 18 m. W. Bantry. Pop. 881. Wessels of 400 tons can reach its pier; and its trade revived temporarily with the working of the Allahais copper CAS ...

Google previewIrish English Dictionary (1904)

by Patrick Stephen Dinneen

4n beALAé men, a road across Bere Island , Co.

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Murphy's Ferry to Bere Island

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