The Pettigo River

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Title

The Pettigo River

Subject

Lough Derg--Ordnance Survey--Description--Lieutenant Lancey

Description

"The Pettigo river rises about 5 miles north of Pettigo and runs in a southerly direction about a mile north of the village..."

Creator

Lieutenant W. Lancey, 1835

Source

Replies to Queries on Termon Magrath District from North West Farming Society, Parish of Templecarn, in Institute of Irish Studies, and Royal Irish Academy, Parishes of County Donegal / Edited by Angélique Day and Patrick McWilliams. II 1835-6, Mid, West and South Donegal., Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland; v.39, p. 166

Publisher

Institute of Irish Studies in association with The Royal Irish Academy, Belfast

Date

1835-6 [1997]

Rights

Citation for the purposes of criticism

Format

Monograph

Language

English

Type

Ordnance survey memoir

Identifier

DD_0169

Coverage

54.591665, -7.841540

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Text

"The Pettigo river rises about 5 miles north of Pettigo and runs in a southerly direction about a mile north of the village. It receives the tributary waters of the Omna, which rises in the mountains near Lough Derg and runs in a south easterly direction. After this junction the united stream passes through Pettigo and falls into Lough Erne about a mile south of that place."

Original Format

Printed edition

Citation

Lieutenant W. Lancey, 1835, “The Pettigo River,” Digital Derg: A Deep Map, accessed May 11, 2021, https://digitalderg.eu/items/show/187.

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