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The South Isles of Aran by Oliver J. Burke

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The South Isles of Aran
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Publisher: Kegan Paul, Trench & Co.
ISBN/ASIN: B005ZTTY1M
Number of pages: 112

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The south isles of Aran, which shelter the Galway bay from the heavy swell of the Atlantic, are Inishmore, the large island, nine miles in length; Inishmaan, the middle island, two and a half miles in length; Inisheer, the lesser, two miles in length; Straw Island, upon which the lighthouse stands, and the Brannock Rocks or islands, all forming that group which to the west bounds the Galway bay, and the ancient jurisdiction of the Admiral of Galway.

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