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Camelf'ord, market town, Lanteglos par., E. Corn-
wall, on river Camel, 15J miles W. of Launceston and
275 miles SW. of London; P.O., T.o., 3 Banks. Market-

Camel on, quoad sacra par. and vil., Falkirk par.,
E. Stirlingshire—par., pop. 2795; vil., pop. 2014; P.O.,
T.O. C., which stands on site of Roman town, now
forms part of town of Falkirk; it has iron foundries
and nail factories.

Camel, Queen, par. and vil., mid. Somerset, 6 miles
NE. of Ilchester, 2498 ac., pop. 542 ; P.O.

Camel, AVest, par., mid. Somerset, on river Yeo, 4
miles NE. of Ilchester, 1953 ac., pop. 281.

Camend, hamlet, 1 m. from Carnwath, E. Lanarksh.

Camer, seat, near Gravesend, Kent.

Cameron.—par., E. Fifeshire, on Cameron Water,
3^ miles SW. of St Andrews, 9325 ac., pop. 1003.—
2. Cameron, seat, on SAV. shore of Loch Lomond,
lij? mile NW. of Balloch ry. sta., Dumbartonshire.

Cameron Bridge, vil. with ry. sta. and distillery,
Markinch par., Fifeshire, on river Leven, 3J? miles NE.
of Thornton Junction. See
Windy gates and Cameron

Cameron’s Stone, Airds Moss, Ayrshire, near Auchin-
leck vil.; marks the spot where Richard Cameron, the
Covenanter, fell, 20th July 1680.

Camerton.—par. and township with ry. sta., W.
Cumberland, 3 miles NE. of Workington—par., 3411
ac. (46 water) and 638 tidal water and foreshore, pop.
3143; township, 785 ac., pop. 294; has extensive tin-
plate and iron-works and coal mines.—2. Camerton,
par. and ry. sta., E. Somerset, 6J? miles SW. of Bath,
1748 ac., pop. 1361; P.O. ; contains Camerton Court.
—3. Camerton, hamlet, Burstwick par., East-Riding
Yorkshire, 3 miles SE. of Hedon.

Cam Fell, eminence, 4 miles SW. of Hawes, North-
Riding Yorkshire, alt. 1925 ft.

Camfield Place, seat, near Hatfield, Herts.

Camgbouran, vil., on S. shore of Loch Rannoch, 8
miles SW. of Kinloch Rannoch, NW. Perthshire.

Cam Houses, hamlet, Aysgarth par., North-Riding
Yorkshire, 5 miles SW. of Hawes.

Camlestane, locality (traditionally a battlefield),
Kintore par., Aberdeenshire.

Camieston, seat, St Boswells par., Roxburghshire,
21? miles SW. of Newton St Boswells.

CamUla, small loch, in par. and J mile NE. of
Auchtertool vil., Fifeshire.

Camisendun, bay with excellent anchorage, Dur-
ness par., N. Sutherlandshire, within Loch Eriboll, 6^
miles SE. of Durness; gives shelter to vessels unable
to double Cape AVrath.

Camis EsKan, seat, 1J mile SE. of Helensburgh,

Camisinivaig, vil. and harb., Portree par., E. Skye
island, Inverness-shire.

Camfsmore, vil. and sea-loch, Kilmuir par., AV.
Skye island, Inverness-shire.

Camlackle, E. district of Glasgow, pop. 37,994 ; has
distillery (Loch Katrine, Camlachie).

Camlan, hamlet, Mallwyd par., Merioneth, 2 miles
S. of Dinas-Mowddwy.

Camlan, seat, near Ballyshannon, AV. co. Donegal.

Camlarg, collier hamlet, in par. and near Dalmel-
lington, SE. Ayrshire.

Camlas, affluent of the river Usk, Brecknockshire.

Camlet, affluent of the Severn, Shropshire.

Camlin.—par., S. co. Antrim, containing Crumlin,
on C. rivulet, 5802 ac., pop. 1230.—2. Camlin, affluent
of the Shannon, co. Longford.

Camlough, vil., Killevy par., SE. co. Armagh, on
C. rivulet, 3 miles AV. of Newry, pop. 192; P.O.

Camlyn, bay, on the N. coast of Anglesey, 7 miles
AV. of Amlwch.

Cammeringhain, par-, mid- Lincolnshire, 7 miles
NW. of Lincoln, 1806 ac., pop. 156.

Gammon, hamlet, Llanfyllinpar., Montgomeryshire.

Camoge, river, flowing from co. Tipperary, 24 miles
NW. to river Maigue, near Croom, mid. co. Limerick.

Camolin, vil. with ry. sta., 8 miles SW. of Gorey,
N. co. Wexford, pop. 416; P.O., T.o.

Camomile Hill, eminence, Egham par., W. Surrey ;
so called owing to the abundance of the herb.

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

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