He was a pupil in Louth Grammar School four years (1816-20)—not a very “brief period.”
I distinctly heard the Member for Louth say, 'You are knocked up.'
The chronicle of Louth Park, a Cistercian abbey in the county, contains a brief note upon the epidemic.
In the vicinity are the ruins of a Cistercian abbey (Louth Park).
This last and those from Louth differ little in appearance or character from what may be obtained at the Speeton beds.
Louth is the only Irish county from which it has been reported.
Other schools were founded in the fifth century, at Noendrum, Louth, and Kildare.
And as for antiquities, no county of its size in Ireland possesses so many as Louth.
To his nostrils, sterilized as they were by the salt air of the sea, the rich scents of Louth came in a rushing profusion.
I must arrive at Louth before I can say precisely what my future route will be.