Clovenfords, hamlet with ry. sta., Stow par., NE.
Selkirkshire, on Caddon Water, 3J miles W. of Gala-
shiels; P.O. At C. is the celebrated Tweed vineyard.
Cloverley Dali, seat, 34 miles NW. of Market
Drayton, N. Shropshire.
Clovulln, vil., in dist. and 1 mile SW. of vil. of Ard-
gour, N. Argyllshire, near W. shore of Loch Linnhe.
Clow, rivulet, Pettinain par., Lanarkshire, running
to the Clyde.
Clow Bridge, school, 5 miles SE. of Fleetwood, N.
Clowance, ancient seat of the St Aubyn family, 54
miles NW. of Helston, W. Cornwall.
Clown, par., E. Derbyshire, 8 miles NE. of Chester-
field, 1922 ac., pop. 1812; P.O.
Cloy, rivulet, E. side of Arran island, Buteshire,
flowing 4J miles NE. to Brodick Bay. _
Cloydagli, par., SE. Queens co. and NW. co. Carlow,
on river Barrow, 4 m. SW. of Carlow, 4956ac., pop. 786.
Cloyfin, 3 m. from Coleraine, N. co. Londonderry; P.O.
Cloygln, hamlet, Llandefeilog par., S. Carmarthen-
shire, 3 miles N. of Kidwelly.
Cloyne, market town and par., SE. co. Cork, 5 miles
S. of Middleton ry. sta.—par., 9969 ac., pop. 3204;
town, pop. 1126; P.O., t.o., 1 Bank. Market-day,
Thursday; has mfrs. of boots and shoes. The diocese
of Cloyne was united to Cork in 1835. The cathedral
contains several ancient monuments; adjoining it is a
round tower, 10 ft. in diameter and 90 ft. high.
Club Bow, hamlet, Darton par., S. div. West-
Riding Yorkshire, 6 miles NW. of Barnsley.
Clnddley, place, Wrockwardine par., N. Shropshire,
1 mile SW. of Wellington.
Cluden, small vil., on Cluden Water, in co. and 3
miles NW. of Dumfries.
Cluden Water, rivulet, SW. Dumfriesshire, formed
by the confluence of the Cairn and Old Water of Cluden,
and flowing 8 miles SE. to the Nith at Lincluden Abbey,
1| miles NW. of Dumfries.
Clumber Park, seat of the Duke of Newcastle, N.
Notts, 3 m. SE. of Worksop ; the park, 11 m. in circuit,
includes 2 ancient woods, and contains a lake of 87 ac.
Clmnlee, headland and hamlet, Dunrossness par.,
Shetland, 17 miles SW. of Lerwick.
Clun.—hundred, S. Shropshire,41,097 ac., pop. 3532;
contains 4 pars, and part of another.—2. Clun, affluent
of river Teme, S. Shropshire ; rises in Clun Forest, near
Welsh border, and flows 18 miles SE. to the Teme at
Leintwardine, Herefordshire.—3. Clun, market town
and par., S. Shropshire, on river Clun, 54 miles N. of
Knighton and 150 miles NW. of London, 19,782 ac.,
pop. 2247; P.O., T.O., IBank. Market-day, Thursday;
has some remains of a Norman castle, said to have been
the scene of Scotts Betrothed.
Clunas, in co. and 8 miles S. of Nairn; P.O.
Clunbnry, par. and vil., S. Shropshire, on river
Clun, 5 miles E. of Clun, 5404 ac., pop. 986; P.O.;
contains Clunbnry Hill.
Clune, estate, containing Balclune and Easter Clune
hamlets, Carnock par., Fife, 24m. NAY. of Dunfermline.
Clunes, seat and ry. sta., in co. and 74 miles AY. of
Clungunford, par. and seat, S. Shropshire, 6 miles
SE. of Clun, 3620 ac., pop. 581.
Clunie.—par., NE. Perthshire, 54 miles SW. of
Blairgowrie, 11,678 ac. (294 water), pop. 582. On an
islet in Clunie Loch are the ruins of Clunie Castle
(1485-1514).—2. Clunie, loch (44 miles by 4 mile), on
the border of Ross and Inverness shires, 16 miles AY. of
Fort Augustus; on Clunie Water (flowing into Loch
Clunie), Glenshiel par., S. Ross-shire, is Clunie Bridge
Inn.—3. Clunie, deer forest, SW. Ross-shire, 12,700
ac.—4. Clunie, rivulet, W. Aberdeenshire, flowing 10
miles N. to the Dee near Castleton of Braemar.
Clunton, hamlet and school, Clunbury par., S.
Shropshire, on river Clun, 2 miles NE. of Clun; P.O.
Cluny.—par., SE. Aberdeenshire, 2 miles SW. of
Monymusk sta., 9741 ac., pop. 1298; P.O.; in vicinity
is Cluny Castle, on the site of a 15th century strong-
hold.—2. Cluny, vil., Auchterderran par., SE. Fife-
shire, 4 miles NW. of Kirkcaldy; has extensive
collieries.—3. Cluny, hamlet and castle, Banchory-
Ternan par., NW. Kincardine, 3 miles N. of Banchory.
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