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Tarbert in [The Post-chaise Companion, 1786, p.179].
Detail of above showing Tarbert House.
This shows Tarbert House with the old dormer windows in the roof.
It was made into a full 3 storey building by Sir Edward Leslie, 1st Baronet, around 1810.
Visit to Tarbert, July 1804.
From "Tour thro' the South of Ireland", The Scots Magazine, 1 March 1806.
The HMS Gorgon was in port.
The 72nd Regiment was stationed at Tarbert.
This is a continuation of an account started in The Scots Magazine, 1 October 1805.
Photo 2009 from Geograph. Creative Commons.