Bartholomew’s Gazetteer of the British Isles (1887) page 17 left column

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Annaltiioy, or Avonbuoy, river, co. Cork, flowing
about 18 miles E. through bars. Kinnalea and Kerri-
cuxrihy to Cork Harb.

Annncarriga, vil., E. co. Clare, 3 m. N. of Killaloe.

Annacarty, R.C. par. and hamlet, co. Tipperary,
3 m. W. of Dundrum and 8 m. NE. of Tipperary; P.O.

Annaclonc, par., W. co. Down, 4 m. S. of Banbridge,
6544 ac., pop. 1573; P.O.

Annacloy.—vil., co. Down, on river A., 3| miles
N¾. from Downpatrick ry. sta. ; P.O.—2. Annacloy,
or BallinaMnch, river, N. co. Down, flowing about
20 miles to L. Strangford, below Killyleagh, where it
is called Quoile River.

Annacotty, vil., in co. and 4 miles E. of Limerick.

Annacrlvey, hamlet, Powerscourt par., N. co. Wick-
low, pop. 57.

Annadnir, par., S. co. Leitrim, containing Drumsna
and Dromod, 9675 ac., pop. 2463.

Annagassan, vil. with harb., E. co. Louth, 4 miles
NE. of Dunleer ry. sta., pop. 222; P.O.

Annagellifif, par., mid. co. Cavan, near Cavan town,
8261 ac., pop. 2353.

Annagli.—par., SE. co. Mayo, containing part of
Ballyhaunis town, 20,315 ac., pop. 6251.—2. Annagli,
par., N. co. Cavan, containing part of Belturbet town,
19,014 ac., pop. 6265.—3. Annagli, or Blennervllle,
l>ar., W. co. Kerry, 2 miles SW. of Tralee ry. sta.,
13,756 ac., pop. 2171.—4. Annagli, vil., NW. co. Cork,
5 miles SW. of Charleville.—5. Annagli, seat, N. co.
Galway, 7 miles S. of Tuam; post-town, Ballyglunin.
—6. Annagli, island (3 miles by 1 mile), Kilcommon
par., co. Mayo, in Achill Sound.—7. Annagli, small
island, in Lough Conn, co. Mayo.—8. Annagli, small
lake, on boundary between King’s and Queen’s cos.,
7 miles S. of Tullamore. — 9. Annagli, extensive
bog, bars. Ballymoe and Castlerea, co. Roscommon.-—
10. Annagli, vast bog, on S. border of bar. Trugha-
nackmy, co. Kerry.

AnnagMown, par., in co. and 7 miles NE. of Gal-
way, 19,550 ac., pop. 3547. The ruined castle and
church of A. stand on the shores of Lough Corrib.

Annaghgowla, island, in Lough Arrow, Aghanagh
par., co. Sligo, 34 ac., pop. 4.

Annaglmiore.—place and ry. sta., co. Armagh, 6
miles NW. of Portadown; P.O.—2. Annaglmiore, seat,
King’s co., 6 m. SW. of Tullamore.—3. Annaglunore,
NE. co. Roscommon, 8 miles SW. of Dromod; P.O.

Annagliroe, island, Kilbelfad par., co. Mayo, 22 ac.,
pop. 10.

Annaghvaan, island, Killannin par., co. Galway,
at head of Kilkerrin Bay, 311 ac., pop. 289.

Annahilt, par., mid. co. Down, 4 miles SE. of Hills-
borough ry. sta., 6774 ac., pop. 2036 ; P.O.

Annakeen Castle, ruins, on L. Corrib, co. Galway.

Annakislia, seat and hamlet, N. co. Cork, 44 miles
NE. of Mallow.

Annalee, river, in cos. Monaghan and Cavan, flow-
ing about 30 miles W. to the Erne, near Butler’s Bridge.

Annalong, vil. with fishing harb., S. co. Down, 5
miles NE. of Kilkeel, at mouth of river A., 18 miles E.
from Warrenpoint ry. sta., pop. 218; P.O.

Annalorc, vil., co. Monaghan, 2 miles W. of Clones,
on the Ulster Canal; P.O.

Annamoe, vil., Derrylossory par., in co. and 8 miles
NW. of Wicklow, on river Annamoe ; P.O., T.o.

Annan.—par., pari, and royal burgh, seaport, and
market town, S. Dumfriesshire, on river Annan, near its
mouth, 12 miles SE. of Dumfries by rail—par., 10,915
ac., pop. 5516 ; pari, burgh, pop. 3366 ; royal burgh, pop.
4523 ; 3 Banks, 1 newspaper. Market-day,
Friday. It
is an ancient town, and was the residence of the Bruce
family. It carries on mfrs. of cotton and ropes, and
has some shipping, and the port is sometimes called
Annan-Waterfoot. Edward Irving (1792-1834), the
famous preacher, was born here. The burgh unites
with Dumfries, Lochmaben, Sanquhar, and Kirkcud-
bright in returning 1 member to Pari.—2. Annan,
river, Dumfriesshire; rising on the Moffat Hills in N. of
co., near the sources of the Clyde and Tweed, it flows S.
to the Solway Firth If mile below Annan, and is in
all 49 miles long. Its chief tributaries are the Evan,
Moffat, Kinnel, Dryfe, Milk, Mein, and Wamphray.

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