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  • Baronies vary in size and may extend over more than one county on occasion.

    Land Subdivisions in Ireland « Cork Genealogist

  • Baronies are no longer used as a unit for land government.

    Land Subdivisions in Ireland « Cork Genealogist

  • "Not because those from the Inner Baronies suspect your treason, sai Rimer-be easy on that score."

    Wizard and Glass

  • The only thing she could tell about the fellow for sure was that he wore a flat-brimmed hat, the sort she associated with men of the Inner Baronies, back when travel between east and west had been more common than it was now.

    Wizard and Glass

  • Reynolds pronounced this last as they did in the North'rd Baronies: bab-bies.

    Wizard and Glass

  • He bowed-an amusing imitation of the Inner Baronies bow favored by his three new friends.

    Wizard and Glass

  • "Will Dearborn, at your service," he said, then doffed his hat, extended a foot on one bootheel, and bowed as they did in the Inner Baronies.

    Wizard and Glass

  • Around ten o 'the clock, the trio of young men from the Inner Baronies made their manners to host and hostess, then slipped off into the fragrant summer night.

    Wizard and Glass

  • A young man, from the Inner Baronies, by the sound.

    Wizard and Glass

  • "The Inner Baronies must be very strange and wonderful," Susan said.

    Wizard and Glass

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