View of a town gate with houses to the left, trees and a low wall to the right. Assorted figures are seen on or by the road.
|Subject(s)||Architecture, Cities and towns|
|Keywords(s)||Buildings, Gates, Houses, Men, People, Towers, Women|
|Published / created||1839|
|Travel Account||Rambles in the South of Ireland|
|Print or manuscript|
|Location of image in copy||Vol. 2, p. 304|
|Source copy||James Hardiman Library, National University of Ireland Galway Special Collections: 914.190481 CHA|
Related text from travel account
|The following is a view of the Gateway of Kilmallock, which leads towards Cork, and through which I will make my exit as quickly as possible.
[Image: Gateway of Kilmallock]
[p. 305] I have lingered so long over the ruins of this Irish Balbec, and the romantic adventures of its ancient lords, that no room remains for anything more.
[Vol. 2, p. 304-305]