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St Ninians par., Stirlingshire.—3. Bellfield, seat, Cupar
par., Fifesh.—4. Bellfield, seat, Riccartonpar., Ayrsh.
—5. Bellfield, seat, Kirkintilloch par., Dumbartonsh.

Bell Hall, 5 miles SE. of Stourbridge, Worcestershire.

Bell Houses, hamlet, Ecclesfield par., S. div. West-
Riding Yorkshire, 5J miles W. of Rotherham.

Bellie, par., Elginshire and Banffshire, 13,212 ac.,
pop. 2365; contains Fochabers town.

Bcllicuse, vil., St Martin par., Guernsey Island.

Beilina, hamlet, 8 m. W. of Kilrush, SW. co. Clare.

Bellingdon, hamlet, in par. and 2 miles NW. of
Chesham, SE. Bucks.

Bellingbam, par., township, and vil. with ry. sta., S.
Northumberland, 16 miles NW. of Hexham, 20,481 ac.,
pop. 1493—township, 2352 ac., pop. 728; pop. of vil.
458 ; P.O., 1 Bank. Market-day,
Saturday. Has coal,
ironstone, and limestone.

BeHingham Castle. See Castle Bellingham.

Bellistcr, township, Haltwhistle par., S. Northumb.,
on r. South Tyne, 1071 ac., pop. 133 ; has castle ruins.

Bellmangate, hamlet, Guisborough par., North-
Riding Yorkshire.

Bellmount. See also Belmont.

Bellocbantuy, hamlet and small bay, Killean par.,
Argyllshire, on AY. side of Kintyre, 8| miles NAY. of

Bellows Cross, hamlet, Chettle par., NE. Dorset, 2
miles AY. of Cranborne.

Bell Rock, or Inch Cape, a reef, off E. coast of Scot-
land, 12 miles SE. of Arbroath, completely covered at
high water. A lighthouse was built upon it by Robert
Stevenson in 1807-11. It is 120 ft. high, and has re-
volving white and red lights visible at distance of about
14 miles. Tradition says that the Abbot of Arbroath
caused a bell to be suspended here to warn sailors of the
hidden danger—a story well known through Southey’s
ballad of “ The Inchcape Rock.”

Bellskill, mining town withry. sta., Bothwellpar.,
N. Lanarkshire, 9 miles SE. of Glasgow, pop. 2760;
P.O., T.O., 1 Bank.

Bellside, ry. sta., N. Lanarkshire, on branch of
Caledonian Ry., 7 miles SE. of Coatbridge.

Bellsmains, hamlet, Borthwick par., Edinburghsh.

Bellsquarry, vil., in par. and 2§ miles SW. of Mid-
calder, Edinburghshire; P.O.

BeUstown, hamlet, in Methven par., Perthshire.

Bells Yew Green, hamlet, near Tunbridge Wells, AY.
Kent; P.O.

BeUurgan, ry. sta., 4 m. E. of Dundalk, N. co. Louth.

Bcllurian Cove, cove, SW. coast of Cornwall, 5 m.
SAY. of Lizard Head.

BeUyclone, vil., Madderty par., S. Perthshire, 5
miles E. of Crieff.

Beliuaduthie House, seat, in Black Isle, near Mun-
lochy, NE. Ross-shire.

Belmeanacli, bay, in Portree par., E. side of Skye,
Inner Hebrides.

Bclmistliorpc, hamlet, Ryhall par., E. Rutland,
2J miles NE. of Stamford.

Belmont.—estate, in mid. of co. and 2 miles SW. of
Hereford, on river AVye; contains a large Roman
Catholic chapel and Benedictine monastery.—2. Bel-
mont, seat, 3 miles SW. of Faversham, Kent.—3.
Belmont, sta. on London, Brighton, and South Coast
Ry., Surrey, 16 miles SSAY. of London.

Belmont.—ry. sta. and seat, N. co. Down, 3| miles
E. of Belfast; P.O.—2. Belmont, hamlet, 3 miles AY.
of Ferbane, NAY. King’s co.; P.O.—3. Belmont, seat,
co. Antrim ; post-town, Carrickfergus.

Belmont Castle, seat of Lord Wharncliffe, near
Meigle, E. Perthshire.

Belmont St Mary, eccl. dist., in N. of co. and 2
miles NE. of Durham, pop. 2499.

Belmont St I’cter, eccl. dist., Bolton-le-Moors par.,
N. Lancashire, 3| miles E. of Chorley, pop. 682 ; P.O.

Belmorc, mountain, S. co. Fermanagh, near Ennis-
killen, alt. 1312 ft.

Belmorc Cottage, 3 miles N. of Bishop’s Waltham,
N. Hants.

Bclmullet, fishing vil., Kilcommon par., NW. co.
Mayo, 49 miles NW. of Ballina, pop. 852 ; P.O., 1 Bank.
Saturday. It is situated on the isthmus
I which joins the Mullet peninsula to the mainland.

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

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