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Dods-Corsc Stone, ancient cross, 4 miles SE. of
Lauder, Berwickshire, on Boon farm.

Dodslde, hamlet, Mearns par., SE. Renfrewshire.

Dodsley, hamlet, Leigh par., N. Staffordshire, 5|
miles NW. of Uttoxeter.

Dodwell, hamlet, 2 miles SW. of Stratford-on-Avon,
S. Warwickshire. See
Luddington and Dodwell.

Dodworth, township and vil. with ry. sta., Silkstone
par., S. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, 2 miles SW. of
Barnsley, 1916 ac., pop. 2989
; P.O., T.O.

Doe Castle, ruins, near Creeslough, N. co. Donegal.

Doe Hill, ry. sta., 7|m. SE. of Chesterfield,E. Derby.

Doecleucli, place with ancient hill-fort, 7 miles SAY.
of Hawick, Roxburghshire.

DoelUlan, stream, S. Cardiganshire; issues from
Llyn Berwyn and flows 7 miles S. to the Towey at the
border of Carmarthenshire.

Doffcocker, hamlet, 2 miles from Bolton, SE. Lan-
cashire ;

Dog, hamlet, Broad Clist par., E. Devon.

Dog, island, in Lough Corrib, Kilcummin par., co.
Galway, 4 ac., pop. 6.

Dog Hill, eminence, on E. border of Herefordshire,
near Ledbury.

Dogby Lane, hamlet, 4 miles SE. of Huddersfield,
West-Riding Yorkshire.

Dogden, moss, on border of Greenlaw and AVest-
ruther pars., Berwickshire.

Dogdybe, township and ry. sta., Billinghay par.,
mid. Lincolnshire, 9 m. NW. of Boston, 558 ac., pop. 200.

Dogger Bank, great flat sandbank, in North Sea,
about 100 miles off the Yorkshire coast; is a celebrated
fishing ground.

Doglane, hamlet, Croxden par., N. Staffordshire,
4J miles NW. of Uttoxeter.

Dogley Bar, hamlet, 2 miles from Kirkburton, S.
div. West-Riding Yorkshire.

Dogmcrsfield, par. and vil., N. Hants, 2 miles NE.
of Odiham, 1732 ac. (51 water), pop. 293; contains
Dogniersfield Park, with lakelet of 36 ac.

Dognol, hamlet, Donhead St Mary par., S. Wilts, 4
miles S. of Hindon.

Dogs, Isle of, SE. Middlesex, formed by a bend of
the river Thames; cut across by the West India Docks
from E. to W.

Dogs, Isle of, in Loch Laggan, Inverness-shire.

Dog’s Ferry, on Loch Leven, Argyllshire.

Dog’s Head, headland, on S. side of Cleggan Bay,
W. co. Galway.

Dog’s Stone, huge rock, on shore of Oban Bay, Argyll.

Dogsthorpe, hamlet with school, 14 mile N. of
Peterborough, N. Northamptonshire;

Dogstown, par., S. co. Tipperary, 4 miles S. of
Cashel, 406 ac., pop. 22.

Dogton, farm, 44 miles NW. of Kirkcaldy, Fifeshire;
contains an ancient hewn standing-stone.

Doine, loch, in par. and 4 miles SW. of Balquhidder,

Hoi . See also Dal . and Del .

Dol-ac-Aberalwcn, hamlet, nr. Corwen, Merioneth.

Dolacotby, estate, on N. border of Carmarthenshire,
94 miles NW. of Llandovery.

Dolan, ry. sta., 13 miles SW. of Knighton, Rad-

Dolbadarn Castle, ancient circular tower, in co. and
74 miles SE. of Carnarvon ; is situated under Snowdon,
on Llyn Peris Lake at Llanberis.

Dolbcnmaen, par., Carnarvonshire, 44 miles NW.
of Tremadoc, 2145 ac., pop. 471; P.O., called Garn*

Dolbryn, hamlet, Kenarth par., Carmarthenshire.

Dolbury.—ancient camp, 2 miles SE. of Tiverton, N.
Devon.—2. Dolbury, ancient British camp (30 ac.), on
top of Mendip, E. Somerset.

Dolby, school, Isle of Man. See Dalby.

Dolcoatb, copper mine, 3 miles AY. of Carnbrea, W.
Cornwall; is upwards of 2000 ft. deep.

Doldowlod, ry. sta., on W. border of Radnorshire, 4
miles SW. of Rhayader.

Doldrewyn, hamlet, Llandderfel par., Merioneth,
4 miles NE. of Bala.

Dole, hundred, S. AYilts. See Branch and Dole.

Doleague, 4 miles from Castlebar, co. Mayo ; P.O.

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