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Fermanagh, an inland county of Ireland, in the province of Ulster, having an area of 714 square miles, and almost cut in two by Lough Erne. The county is generally undulating, with eibrupt heights, but towards the west it is mountainous. The highest point, on the border of Cavan, is 2,188 feet. The soil varies, and is not remarkable for fertility. The farms are small, the chief productions being cattle, oats, flax, and potatoes. The county is well wooded, the principal trees being oak, ash, elm, beech, and fir. There is much limestone, and some coal and iron ore. Coarse linen is sparingly manufactured. The county returns two members to Parliament. Chief town, Enniskillen.