It passes Belturbet, the Loughs Erne, Enniskillen and Belleek, on its way to the Atlantic, into which it descends at Bailyshannon.
At Belcoo, near Enniskillen, there is a famous well called Daragh Phadric, held in repute by the peasantry for its cure of paralytic and other diseases; and 4 m.
A fault divides the latter from the mass of red-brown Old Red Sandstone that spreads south nearly to Enniskillen.
The Sligo, Leitrim & Northern Counties railway connects with the Great Northern at Enniskillen, and the Clogher Valley light railway connects southern county Tyrone with the Great Northern at Maguiresbridge.
Enniskillen (the county town, pop. 5412) is the only town of importance, the rest being little more than villages.
The assizes are held at Enniskillen, quarter sessions at Enniskillen and Newtownbutler.
The headquarters of the constabulary are at Enniskillen.
from Enniskillen (q.v.), with its ruined abbey, round tower and cross.
He studied at Trinity College, Dublin, and obtained a fellowship in 1814; for some years he was deputy professor of natural philosophy, until in 1821 he obtained the college living of Enniskillen.
HENRY FRANCIS LYTE (1793-1847), Anglican divine and hymn-writer, was born near Kelso on the 1st of June 1793, and was educated at Enniskillen school and at Trinity College,, Dublin.
In 1860 the delicate state of his health caused him to accept the living of Enniskillen.
WILLIAM MAGEE (1766-1831), archbishop of Dublin, was born at Enniskillen, Co.
in 1594 Enniskillen castle was taken and the women and children flung into the river from its walls by order of Sir Richard Bingham, the English governor of Connaught, O'Donnell sent urgent messages to Tyrone for help; and while he himself hurried to Derry to withstand an invasion of Scots from the isles, Maguire defeated the English with heavy loss at Bellanabriska (The Ford of the Biscuits).
He was elected member for Enniskillen in 1851, and in 1859 became member for Dublin University.
A large exposure of this Old Red Sandstone stretches from Enniskillen to the Silurian beds at Pomeroy, and some contemporaneous andesites are included, reminding us of the volcanic activity at the same epoch in Scotland.
The Carboniferous Limestone, laid down in a sea which covered nearly the whole Irish area, appears in the synclinal folds at Cork city and Kenmare, and is the prevalent rock from the north side of the Knockmealdown Mountains to Enniskillen and Donegal Bay.
Londonderry, Enniskillen, Coleraine, Carrickfergus and some other places defied Sir Phelim O'Neill's xiv.
By this time Londonderry and Enniskillen had closed their gates, and the final struggle had begun.
The glories of Londonderry and Enniskillen will live as long as the English language.
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This latter assassination attempt is graphically described in Nancy, Lady Enniskillen's Florence Court, pp.
Who took the decision to detonate a bomb at the War Memorial in Enniskillen on Remembrance Sunday?
The main road to Enniskillen was virtually impassible in winter conditions and was a major concern.
The north-western division of the Great Northern railway passes through the most populous portion of the county, one branch connecting Enniskillen with Clones, another connecting Enniskillen with Londonderry via Omagh, and a third connecting Bundoran Junction with Bundoran, in county Donegal.
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