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Camps End, hamlet, Castle Camps par., SE. Cam-
bridgeshire, 6 miles SE. of Linton.

Campsey Ash, par., E. Suffolk, on river Deben, 7
miles SAV. of Saxmundham, 1813 ac., pop. 383 ; P.O.

Campsie, par., S. Stirlingshire, containing the vil.
of Campsie, the ry. sta. of Campsie Glen, and the town
of Lennoxtown, 17,872 ac., pop. 5873 ; Campsie, vil.,
14 mile NW. of Lennoxtown; 1 Bank; Campsie FeUs,
that part of the Lennox Hills in Campsie par., greatest
alt., 1894 ft. ; Campsie Glen, ravine and sta. on North
British Railway—ravine NE., and sta. 4 mile SE. of
vil. ; Campsie Muir, upland, at head of Campsie Glen.

Campsie, seat, in co. and 4 miles NE. of London-
derry; P.O.

Campsie Linn, cataract, on river Tay, Cargill par.,
Perthshire, near Stanley.

Camps Mount, seat, 6 miles N. of Doncaster, West-
Riding Yorkshire.

Campton, par., township, and vil., E. Bedfordshire,
on river Ivel, 6 miles SW. of Biggleswade—par., 1120
ac., pop. 1625; township, pop. 555; P.O. Bloomfield,
the poet (1766-1823), died here.

Camptown, hamlet, with traces of ancient camp, in^
par. and 6 miles SE. of Jedburgh, Roxburghshire; P.O."

Campwood, ancient British fortification, 2 miles
from Usk, Monmouthshire.

Camrose, or Camrhos, par. and vil., Pembrokeshire,
34 miles NAV. of Haverfordwest, 8129 ac., pop. 887; P.O.

Camross, 6 miles NAV. of Mountrath ry. sta., W.
Queen’s co.; P.O.

Camscott, hamlet, Ilfracombe par., N. Devon.

Camserney, rivulet, Dull par., NW. Perthshire,
flowing 4 miles S. to the Tay 24 miles W. of Aberfeldy.

Camsliead, place, Coxwold par., North-Riding York-
shire, 9 miles NE. of Thirsk.

Cams Hill, eminence with 3 ancient camps, N. AVilts,
near Malmesbury.

Cams House, Aysgarth par., North-Riding York-
shire, 2 miles E. of Hawes.

Cants Fark, 1 mile S. of Fareham, Hants.

Canister, stream, seat, and loch, E. Caithness-shire,
6 miles N. of Lybster.

Camstradden, bay, Luss par., Dumbartonshire, on
W. side of Loch Lomond; on shore of bay, 4 mii¼ S. of
Luss, is Camstradden House.

Camus, par., containing part of Strabane, N. co.
Tyrone, on river Mourne, 7505 ac., pop. 4844.

Camus Fskan. See Camis Eskan.

Camusnagaul, bay, Kilmalie par., SAY. Inverness-
shire, on Loch Eil, opposite Fort William.

Camvelin, vil., Llangan par., W. Carmarthenshire,
54 miles NE. of Narberth.

Can, affl. of river Chelmer, near Chelmsford, Essex.

Canada Dock, sta. on the Liverpool and Bootle Ry.,
in Liverpool bor., Lancashire.

Canalidgey, hamlet, St Issey par., E. Cornwall, 14
mile SE. of St Issey vil.

Cananbridge, place, in co. and 5 m. W. of Hereford.

Canbury, manor, near Kingston, mid. Surrey.

Cauda, affluent of river Eden, E. Cumberland, near
Carlisle ; 9 miles long.

Candacraig, seat, on river Don, 9 miles SW. of
Rhynie, AY. Aberdeenshire.

Cauder, rivulet, W. Lanarkshire, flowing 5 miles
NW. to river Avon 1 mile NE. of Stonehouse.

Candick. See Cantick.

Candida Casa. See AVhithorn.

Candlesby, par., mid. Lincolnshire, 34 miles NE. of
Spilsby, 850 ac., pop. 247 ; P.O.

CancUeshoe, wapentake, mid. Lincolnshire, 66,112
ac., pop. 11,101; contains 24 pars.

Candlestick, cavern, 100 ft. long and 50 ft. high, on
coast of Duirinish par., Skye island, Inverness-shire.

Candover. See Brown Candover, Chilton Can-
doveb, Preston Candover.

Candren, saline spring, Abbey par., Renfrewshire,
24 miles E. of Paisley.

Candy, or Spittal, rivulet, Lanarkshire and Peebles-
shire, flowing 5 miles S. to Biggar Water. At Candy
bnrn, on its banks, is a height crowned with ancient
oval camp.

Cane End, hamlet, in par. and 5 miles NE. of
Caversham, SE. Oxford.

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