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Pouloushe – 1842/43

Autumnal Rambles about New Quay, County Clare Thomas L. Cooke (abridged) In this sultry weather the wearied tourist can enjoy a grateful cool beneath the cimmerian recesses of the cavern known by the name of Pouloushe, an appellation taken from the Irish word Pollach, which signifies “hollowed” and the Irish word uisce, which signifies “water”. … Continue reading

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