Street view in Clonmel, with crowd walking along the main street. A steeple is visible beyond the roof tops. There are people on the balconies of a tall building in the foreground, on the right-hand side. A closed carriage drawn by four horses is stationary beside a gallows up which two men are clambering.
Inscribed in Image
|Subject(s)||Cities and towns, Manners and customs|
|Keywords(s)||Balconies, Buildings, Carriages & coaches, Crowds, Gallows, Horses, Passengers, People, Steeples|
|Dimensions||5.5cm x 11cm|
|Published / created||1826|
|Travel Account||Posting and Turnpikes|
|Note||George Augustus Montgomery|
|Print or manuscript||Manuscript|
|Location of image in copy||p. 39|
|Source copy||National Library of Ireland Ms. 1432|
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|Rights||Courtesy of the National Library of Ireland|
Related text from travel account
|JULY 8 / Bill at Clonmell £2 s15 / Clonmell to Clogheen. Horses & boys £1 s12 / T.G. s2. s2. s4 / Clogheen to Fermoy Horses & boys £1 s17 d6 / T.G. s2. s2. / Fermoy to Cork. Horses & boys £2 s5 / T.G. s2. s2. s4. [p. 39]|