Blank notebook with cover artwork of 'Ladywell, Dundalk', from Thomas Wright, Louthiana (London, 1748), Book III, Plate xix. The holy well as a characteristic Irish monument is discussed in Art and Architecture of Ireland Volume I c.400- c.1600 (Dublin, 2014). A copy of Louthiana is held in the Royal Irish Academy.
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