Scotland: see WickWick,
town (1991 pop. 7,770), Highland, N Scotland, on Wick Bay at the mouth of the Wick River. The town consists of the villages of Louisburgh, Old Wick, and Pulteneytown. It is an important port for whitefish.
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shear madness Flock of sheep trapped in flooded field in Louisburgh
Petitioner had the honor of serving in Fraser's Highlanders (the 78th Regt.) at the taking of Louisburgh, Quebec & Montreal, was in the action of the 13th September 1759 under General Wolfe, on the plains of Abraham, and in the action of the 18th April 1760 under General Murray.
The vehicle entered the water near Louisburgh at about 2.30am on Monday.
The greatest Irish record holder of them all is Eamonn Keane who has set multiple new standards at the Louisburgh Gym in Louisburgh, Co Mayo.
For part of his childhood he lived in Ireland with his grandparents, before his mother and father moved back to the small seaside town of Louisburgh where nearly all his work is set.
We worked our way out to Westport, passed through Louisburgh, saw Croagh Patrick, the reek (mountain) that the locals and pilgrims climb each year as part of a Catholic devotion, a re-enactment of which was done right here in Clinton for many years.
The affair of Louisburgh, (as you observe) has been matter of great joy all over England; the public are informed by every paper, what sort of reception this good news met with in different parts of the Kingdoml but as you may have not seen the rejoicing upon that occasion, in any of the public papers, that were made here at Hendred, I will transmit the account in writing.
All The car was discovered crashed into a stone wall at Clooneen, Rosbeg, on the coast road to Louisburgh.
Tel 02476 225826 HASTINGS Peter Late of Coventry and Louisburgh, Co Mayo Passed away on Thursday November 15th 2012 aged 84.
On a more poignant note, near sacral pint-taking appears again in "The Lifeboat" in which the poet at first comically imagines his death on a bar stool, pint in hand, in Charlie Gaffney's pub in Louisburgh while the proprietor, unknowing, sweeps up around him.