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Bcagh.—or Behagh, par., SE. co. Galway, contain¬
ing part of Gort, 13,838 ac., pop. 2744.—2. Beagh, vil.,
Abbey par., N. co. Clare, 11 miles NW. of Gort.

Beaghall, township, Kellington par., E. div. West-
Riding Yorksh., 4 m. E. of Pontefract, 1876 ac., pop. 414.

Beakshourne, par. with ry. sta., E. Kent, 3 miles
SE. of Canterbury, 1141 ac., pop. 335.

Beal . See also Bal .

_ Beal, township with ry. sta., N. Northumb., oppo¬
site Holy Island, 7 m. SE. of Tweedmouth ; P.O., T.O.

Beal, vil. with ruins of castle, 11 miles NW. of
Listowel, N. co. Kerry, on estuary of the Shannon.
Beal Point, prom., and Beal Lodge are in vicinity.

Bealacb-nam-Bo, pass, across N. shoulder of Ben
Venue to dist. on S. side of Loch Katrine, Perthshire.

Bealach Pass, a pass, near Loch Duich, SW. Ross-
shire, alt. 1250 ft., on path from Loch Affric to Inversheil.

Bealadangan, in co. and 28 miles W. of Galway; P.O.

Bcal-an-Duine, place, near the entrance of the
Trossachs, Perthshire.

Bealaveeny, rivulet, entering Achill Sound, NW.
co. Mayo.

Bealhy. See Bielby.

Bealings, sta. on branch of Great Eastern Ry., E.
Suffolk, 3 miles SW. of Woodbridge.

Bealings, Great, par., E. Suffolk, 2½ miles W. of
Woodbridge, 1036 ac., pop. 287.

Bealings, Little, par., E. Suffolk, 3 miles SW. of
Woodbridge, 798 ac., pop. 236 ; P.O.

Bealnabrack, rivulet, running through Bcalna-
braek Glen to Lough Corrib, NW. co. Galway.

Bealnageary, hamlet, 13 miles SW. of Macroom ry.
sta., W. co. Cork.

Bealnamulla, 4 m. from Athlone, co.Roscommon; P. O.

Beamhurst, vil., Checkley par., N. Staffordshire,
3 miles NW. of Uttoxeter.

Beaminster, par. and market town, W. Dorset, 5
miles SW. of Crewkerne ry. sta. and 6 miles NE. of
Bridport, 5118 ac., pop. 2130; P.O., T.O., 2 Banks.
Thursday. It is situated in a good agri¬
cultural district, and has some mfrs. of sacking and
pottery. The town has been three times destroyed by
fire (1644, 1684, and 1781). The par. contains Beamin-
ster Manor.

Beaminster Forum and Redhone, hundred, W.
Dorset, 31,922 ac., pop. 8340.

Beamish, township, Chester-le-Street par., N. Dur¬
ham, 6 miles SW. of Gateshead, 4120 ac.

Bcamore. See Bey More.

Beamsley, township, Addingham and Skipton par.,
N. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, 6 miles NE. of Skipton,
1843 ac., pop. 184.

Bcanacre, tithing, Melksham par., N. Wilts.

Beane, affluent of river Lea, Herts, 13 miles long.

Beanlield Lawns, par., N. Northamptonshire, near
Kettering, pop. 8.

Beanley, township, Eglingham par., N. Northumb.,
6 miles NW. of Alnwick, 2323 ac., pop. 115.

Beannach, small loch, SE. Sutherlandshire, 6 miles
NE. of Rogart ry. sta.

Beanoch, loch, Assynt par., SW. Sutherlandshire,
4½ miles NE. of Lochinver.

Bcanshurn, vil., in par. and 1 mile N. of Kilmar¬
nock, Ayrshire.

Beanston, a former seat of the Earl of Wemyss, in
co. and 2½ miles NE. of Haddington.

Beanton. See Bainton (Oxfordshire).

Bear . See also Bere .

Bear, bar., SW. co. Cork, 89,986 ac., pop. 15,242.

Beard, or Newmills St George, eccl. dist., Glossop
par., N. Derbyshire, 5 miles N. of Chapel-en-le-Firth,
5078 ac., pop. 5379.

Bearden, 5 miles from Newport, NAY. Essex; p.o.

Beard on, vil., 5 m. N. of Launceston, E. Cornwall.

Beard’s Hill, hamlet, St Peter’s par., E. Kent, 2
miles NE. of Ramsgate.

Bcardville, seat, 3½m. SE. of Portrush, N. co. Antrim.

Beardwood, seat, Lancash.; post-town, Blackburn.

Bear Green, hamlet, W. Surrey, 4 m. S. of Dorking.

Bear Haven.—the channel between Bear island and
the mainland, SW. co. Cork. It forms an almost
land-locked natural harb.—2. Bearhavcn, town, also
called Castletown Bearhaven: which see.

Gazetteer of the British Isles, Statistical and Topographical, by John Bartholomew, F.R.G.S.

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