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College, founded 1830, is 1 mile NE. In the town
and its vicinity are breweries, tanneries, corn-mills,
and lime-kilns. A small shipping trade is carried
on. On the new pier-head is a lighthouse, with fixed
light (Castletown Harbour) seen 8 miles.—2. Castle-
town, 3 miles NW. of Sunderland, Durham; P.O., T.O.
—3. Castletown, seaport vil., Portland Isle, S. Dorset,
4¼ miles SE. of Weymouth; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank; exports
Portland stone.—4. Castletown, eccl. dist. (St Thomas),
Castle Church par., W. Staffordshire, pop. 1400.

Castletown, vil., Olrig par., N. Caithness-shire, at
S. corner of Dunnet Bay, 5 miles SE. of Thurso, pop.
932; P.O., T.o., 1 Bank; adjacent is the great Castlehill
flag quarry, to which the vil. owes its prosperity.

Castletown.—par., E. co. Limerick, 5 miles NE. of
Pallas Grean, 1724 ac., pop. 248.—2. Castletown, par.,
N. co. Louth, 2 miles NW. of Dundalk, on Castletown
rivulet, 2610 ac., pop. 558.—3. Castletown, par. and
vil., N. co. Meath, 3 miles SE. of Nobber, 4067 ac., pop.
387.—4. Castletown, vil., 3 miles N. of Ballyneen ry.
sta. and 10 miles W. of Bandon, S. co. Cork ; P.O., de-
signated C. Kinncigh.—5. Castletown, 4 miles SE. of
Parsonstown, SW. King’s co.; P.O.—6. Castletown,
vil., 7 miles W. of Bruree ry. sta., S. co. Limerick.—7.
Castletown, hamlet, on river Shannon, in co. and 5
miles W. of Longford.—8. Castletown, vil., Athboy
par., W. co. Meath, 10 miles SW. of Navan ; P.O.-—9.
Castletown, vil. with ry. sta. (Mountrath and Castle-
town), 2¼ miles SW. of Mountrath, W. Queen’s co.,
on river Nore, pop. 208 ; P.O.—10. Castletown, vil.
withry. sta., 8 miles SW. of Mullingar, S. co. West-
meath, pop. 181. The vil. is 1¼ mile S. of the sta., and
has a P.O., called Castletown Geoghegan.—IB. Castle-
town, 6 miles from Castlepollard, N. co. Westmeath;
P.O.—12. Castletown, seat, 1 mile NE. of Celbridge,
NE. co. Kildare.

Castletownarra, par., NW. co. Tipperary, 8 miles
NW. of Nenagh, on Lough Derg, 6804 ac., pop. 1724.

Castletown Bay, inlet, in S. of Isle of Man, measuring
3 m. across entrance from Scarlet Point to Lang Ness.

Castletown Bearhaven, seaport town, Killa-
conenagh par., SW. co. Cork, 20 miles W. of Bantry by
sea and about 30 miles by road round the shore of
Bantry Bay, pop. 1028; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank.

Castletown Conyers, seat, 7 miles W. of Bruree ry.
sta., S. co. Limerick; P.O.

Castletowndelvin. See Delvin.

Castletownely, par., SW. King’s co., 8 miles SW. of
Roscrea, 1803 ac., pop. 119.

Castletown Geoghegan; P.O. See Castletown
(S. co. Westmeath).

Castletownkindalen, par., S. co. Westmeath, 8
miles SW. of Mullingar, 11,349ac., pop. 1940; contains
Castletown Geoghegan P.O. See
Castletown (S.
co. Westmeath).

Castletown Kinncigh, 3 miles N. of Ballyneen, S.
co. Cork; p.o. See CASTLETOWN vil. (S. co. Cork).

Castletown Quarter, township, Rockliff par., E.
Cumberland, on river Eden, 5 miles NW. of Carlisle.

Castletownrochc, par. and vil. with ry. sta., N. co.
Cork, on river Awbeg, 8 miles E. of Mallow—par., 6484
ac., pop. 1696 ; vil., pop. 820; P.O., T.O.

Castletownsend, seaport vil., Castlehaven par., 6
miles SE. of Skibbereen ry. sta., S. co. Cork, pop. 954;
P.O. Market-day,
Saturday. Fishing is the chief in-
dustry. The seat of the Townsends is adjacent.

Castle Troy, seat, in co. and 3 miles E. of Limerick.

Castle Upton, seat of Viscount Templetown, near
Templepatrick, S. co. Antrim.

Castle Urquhart, ancient stronghold, N. Inverness-
shire, on W. shore of Loch Ness, 1¼ mile SE. of Drum-
nadrochit; was besieged by Edward I.

Castle Yarrich, ruined fortalice, near head of Kyle
of Tongue, N. Sutherlandshire.

Castleventry, par., S. co. Cork, 7 miles S. of Dun-
manway ry. sta., 4753 ac., pop. 945.

Castle View, liberty, in S. of co. and within bor. of
Leicester, pop. 153.

Castle walls, hill, Lochwinnoch par., Renfrewshire,
3 miles SW. of Johnstone, alt. 700 ft.; has remains of
ancient camp.

Castle Ward, seat of Viscount Bangor, 6 m. NE. of
Downpatrick, E. co. Down, at mouth of L. Strangford.

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

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