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Bap ton, hamlet, Fisherton-de-la-Mare par., S.
Wilts, 5½ miles SE. of Heytesbury.

Bar . See also Barr .

Bara,’ancient par., S. Haddingtonshire; now incor¬
porated with Garvald.

Bara, or Barrow, an inlet of Tralee Bay, co. Kerry.

Barachan, a creek, in Mull island, Kilfinichen par.,

Barachnie, vil., Old Monkland par., N. Lanarkshire,
4J miles E. of Glasgow, pop. 279.

Baranach, island, in Blacksod Bay, NW. co. Mayo.

Baraset, seat, Alveston, 2 miles SE. of Stratford-on-
Avon, Warwickshire.

Barassie, ry. sta. on branch of Glasgow and South-
Western Ry., N. Ayrshire, 9 miles N. of Ayr.

Barbaravillc, vil., Kilmuir Easter par., E. Ross-sh.

Barhary. See Barbury.

Barhaswalls, vil., Ruthven par., SW. Forfarshire,
2½ miles N. of Meigle.

Barhauchlaw.—coalfield, Bathgate par., Linlithgow¬
shire.—2. Barhauchlaw, small stream, Lanarkshire
and Linlithgowshire, affluent of the river Luggie.

Barhavilla, seat, 5 miles SE. of Castlepollard, E.
co. Westmeath.

Barber and Cockle Shoals, 2 shoals, off Caistor, N.
Norfolk, 3 miles N. of Yarmouth.

Barher, or Barhour, hamlet, Roseneath par., SW.
Dumbartonshire, 3J miles NW. of Kilcreggan.

Barber Booth, hamlet, 6½ miles from Hayfield, NW.

Barher Nook, hamlet, Eccleshall Bierlow township,
S. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, 4 m. SW. of Sheffield.

Barbersfort, seat, co. Galway ; post-town, Tuam.

Barberstown, hamlet, 4 miles S. of Maynooth, NE.
co. Kildare.

Barhiean Pier, Plymouth Sound, S. Devon; has
lighthouse with fixed light (Plymouth) seen 6 miles.

Barhieston, a restored ancient (1340) fortalice, near
Dalrymple, mid. Ayrshire.

Barhon, township with ry. sta., Kirkby Lonsdale
par., S. Westmorland, on river Lune, 3 miles NE. of
Kirkby Lonsdale, 4261 ac., pop. 275 ; P.O.

Barbourne, St Stephen, eccl. dist., in par. of Claines,
Worcestershire, pop. 2535.

Barbreck House, seat, Argyllshire, 14 miles NNW.
of Lochgilphead.

Barhridge, hamlet, 3½ miles NW. of Nantwich,
Cheshire; P.O.

Barhury Hill, hill on Marlborough Downs, N.
Wilts, 5 miles S. of Swindon. Barhury Castle, a well-
preserved British camp, 2000 ft. in diameter, wdth
double ditch and rampart, is on it.

Barhy, par. and vil., S. Northamptonshire, 4½
miles SE. of Rugby, 2535 ac., pop. 584; P.O.

Barcaldinc, modern seat and old castle, Ardchattan
and Muckairn par., N. Argyllshire, 11 miles NE. of
Oban, on Loch Creran.

Bareaple, seat, Tongland par., Kirkcudbrightshire.

Bar Cave, a cavern, 90 feet deep, on the W. coast of
the Isle of Wight.

Barclicston, par. and vil., S. Warwickshire, 1 mile
SE. of Shipston-on-Stour, 1475 ac., pop. 182.

Barclay, hundred, Scray lathe, Kent, 11,461 ac.,
pop. 1856.

Barclay Castle, or Towle-Barclay, ruin, 4 miles N.
of Fyvie, Aberdeenshire.

Barclosh, ruined ancient castle, Kirkgunzeon par.,
Kirkcudbrightshire, 1½ mile NE. of Dalbeattie.

Barcloy, hamlet, Colvend par., Kirkcudbrightshire,
5½ miles SE. of Dalbeattie; has remains of ancient
circular encampment on a height called Castlehill of

Barconthe.—hundred, Lewes rape, W. Sussex, 9750
ac., pop. 2818.—2. Barcombe, par. with ry. sta. and
seat, W. Sussex, on river Ouse, 4 miles N. of Lewes,
5027 ac., pop. 1182; p.o.

Barden.—township, Hawkswell par., North Riding
Yorkshire, 3½ miles NE. of Leyburn, 1779 ac., pop. 87.
—2. Barden, township, Skipton par., N. div. West
Riding Yorkshire, 7 miles NE. of Skipton, 7338 ac.,
pop. 391; Barden Tower is a picturesque ruin.

Bardens, locality in Speldhurst, Kent, 3 miles W. of

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