"Fermanagh, a county of Ireland in Ulster, 43 m. long and 33 broad,
containing 694 square miles, bounded N by Donegal and Tyrone, E by Tyrone
and Monaghan, S by Cavan and Leitrim; divided into 18 parishes, and sends
2 members to parliament. It contains rich iron ore and coal, and some marble
quarries; but is chiefly noted for the breeding of black cattle, and the
manufacture of linen."