The wave called the Bullog; rollingy into the cove under the house of the Rev Mr. Gillman Venty Harbour at Balleymore

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Title

The wave called the Bullog; rollingy into the cove under the house of the Rev Mr. Gillman Venty Harbour at Balleymore

Subject

maritime
landscape
houses

Description

The wave called the Bullog; rollingy into the cove under the house of the Rev Mr. Gillman Venty Harbour at Balleymore

Creator

George Victor Du Noyer

Source

Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland

Publisher

The Discovery Programme

Date

August 1856

Contributor

Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland

Rights

http://www.europeana.eu/rights/rr-f/

Format

15.3 x 24.8

Identifier

i_00404602

Alternative Title

Illustrations of the wave called the Bullog at Ballymore cove; Ventry Harbour
This remarkable wave rises suddently on the calmest day and rolls into the narrow cove of Balymore on the East shore of Venty Harbour. It appears to result from some swell of the atlantic which at certain times of tide, rolls into Venty Harbour and is arrestet by a large sand bank just opposite the entrance of Ballymore cove. As the wave receeds it rolls into this creek and rises higher and higher in its progress up it.

Medium

Pencil on Paper

Spatial Coverage

Ballymore Point
Ventry Harbour
Co. Kerry
Ireland

Citation

George Victor Du Noyer, “The wave called the Bullog; rollingy into the cove under the house of the Rev Mr. Gillman Venty Harbour at Balleymore,” Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, accessed November 30, 2022, http://rsai.locloudhosting.net/items/show/22610.

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