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Claekinarras, in co. and 4 miles SE. of Elgin; P.O.

Clacton, Great, par., E. Essex, 13 miles SE. of Col-
chester, 4074 ac. and 273 foreshore, pop. 1963; P.O.

Clacton, Little, par., E. Essex, 11 miles SE. of
Colchester and 2 miles S. of Weeley ry. sta., 3099 ac.,
pop. 611; P.O.

Clacton-on-Sea, watering-place and ry. sta.., Great
Clacton par., E. coast of Essex, 15 miles SE. of Colchester
and 67 miles NE. of London, pop. 651; P.O., T.O., 1
Bank; has admirable facilities for sea-bathing.

Clacton Wick, place on sea-coast, 14 mile S. of
Great Clacton, E. Essex.

Claddaduff, 7 m. from Clifden, W. co. Galway; P.O.

Claddaglu—school, Killesher par., SW. co. Fer-
2. Claddagli, a suburb of Galway, chiefly
inhabited by a fishing population.

Cladick, place with inn, NE. Argyllshire, on E. side
of Loch Awe, 6 miles SW. of Dalmally; P.O.

Clady.—vil. with ry. sta., on river Finn, 3 miles SW.
of Strabane, N. co. Tyrone, pop. 121.—
2. Clady,
rivulet, NW. co. Donegal, flowing 5 miles W. to
the sea near Gweedore Bay.—3. Clady; P.O., T.o.
(co. Londonderry). See

Clady Bridge, hamlet, on C. rivulet, near Bunbeg,
NW. co. Donegal.

Cladymiltown, 4 m. S. of Markethill, Armagh ; P.O.

Claerwen, river; rises in NE. Cardigan, and flows
SE. to confluence with river Elan near Capel Nantgwyllt,
on border of Radnor and Brecknock; 10 miles long.

Claggan, school, Morvern par., NW. Argyllshire.

Claggan.—vil., 44 miles NE. of Moville, NE. co.
2. Claggan, hamlet, 8 miles NAY. of Ough-
terard, N. co. Galway.—3. Claggan, hill, AY. co.
Mayo, 6 miles E. of Achill Sound, alt. 1258 ft.

Claife, township, Hawkshead par., N. Lancashire,
on E. side of Esthwaite AYater, 2 miles SE. of Hawks-
head, 4579 ac. (152 water), pop. 547.

Claig Castle, ruined stronghold of the Lords of the
Isles, on Fraoch island, Sound of Islay, Argyllshire.

Claigean, small bay, Islay island, Argyllshire.

Clalnes, par. and township, W. AYorcestershire, N.
of and partly within Worcester pari. bor.—par., 4673
ac., pop. 13,188; township, pop. 10,212; pop. of burghal
part, 8582.

Clairinck, small island, Buchanan par., Stirling-
shire, at S. end of Loch Lomond; “ Clairinch ” was the
slogan of the Buchanans.

Clamshell, cave, Staffa island, Argyllshire; 130 ft.
long, 30 high, and 17 wide.

Clan . See also Clon .

Clanabogan, seat, 3 miles SW. of Omagh, mid. co.
Tyrone; P.O.

Clanawley, bar., W. co. Fermanagh, 72,875 ac.,
pop. 11,185.

Clandeboyc, ry. sta., N. co. Down, 9 miles NE. of
Belfast; P.O., T.O. The seat of the Earl of Dufferin is
2 miles S. of the ry. sta. and 2 miles SW. of Bangor.

Clandon, East, par., AY. Surrey, 44 miles NE. of
Guildford, 1148 ac., pop. 275; P.O.

Clandon, West, par., AY. Surrey, 34 miles NE. of
Guildford, 1006 ac., pop. 370; P.O.; contains Clandon
Park, seat of the Earl of Onslow.

Clandonagh, bar., Queen’s co., 43,733ac., pop. 7126.

Clandown, eccl. dist., Midsomer Norton par., E.
Somerset, pop. 1201.

Clane.—bar., N. co. Kildare, 32,026 ac., pop. 4677.
2. Clane, par. and vil., in the above bar., on river
Liffey and the Grand Canal, 4 miles N. of Sallins ry.
sta. and 18 miles AY. of Dublin—par., 4665 ac., pop.
1185 ; vil., pop. 235; P.O.

Clanfield.—par., N. Hants, 54 miles SW. of Peters-
field, 1403 ac., pop. 279.—
2. Clanfield, par., AY.
Oxfordshire, near river Thames, 44 miles N. of Faring-
don ry. sta., 1713 ac., pop. 499; P.O.

Clangers Hermitage, hamlet, AYhite Lackington
par., W. Somerset, 1 mile NE. of Ilminster.

Clangibbon, bar., NE. co. Cork. See CONDONS AND

Clanhugli, seat, 6 miles N. of Mullingar, N. co.

Clankee, bar., E. co. Cavan, 64,380 ac., pop. 19,241.

ClankeUy, bar., Fermanagh, 39,067 ac., pop. 8371.

Clanmahon, bar., S. co. Cavan, 51,460 ac.. nop. 15,316.

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