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Dumglow, hill, Cleish par., Kinross, alt. 1241 ft.

Dmugrec, school, Kirkpatrick-Juxta par., N. Dum-
friesshire ; the ancient par. of Dumgree is now divided
between Kirkpatrick-Juxta and Johnstone.

Bummer, par. and hamlet, N. Hants, 5 miles SW.
of Basingstoke, 2774 ac., pop. 390; P.O.; contains
Dnmiuer House.

Dumpdon, hill, 2 m. N. of Honiton, N. Devon, 860 ft.

Dumpford, hundred, Chichester rape, W. Sussex,
22,825 ac., pop. 3440; contains 8 pars.

Dumpton.—hamlet, 1 mile N. of Ramsgate, E. Kent.
—2. Dumpton, ancient camp, near Feniton, Devon.

Dumyat, outlying summit of the Ochill Hills, S.
Perthshire, 34 miles NE. of Stirling, alt. 1375 ft.

Dun .1 See also Don .

Dun, par. (ry. sta. Bridge of Dun, 5£ miles W. of
Montrose; P.O.), NE. Forfarshire, 4306 ac., pop. 541;
contains Dun nouse, seat, Don’s Dish, loch, and the
hamlets of Burnside of Dun and Muir of Dun.

Dun Alastair, or Mount Alexander, seat, on the
Tummel, 3 miles E. of Kinloch Rannoch, Perthshire;
P.O., t.o., called Dunalastair; is built upon the site of
the old mansion-house of the Struan Robertsons.

Dun Bar, sandbank, in Padstowharb., E. Cornwall.

Dun Carloway, school, Uig par., Lewis island.

Dun Connor, ancient fort in Aran island, Galway
Bay, co. Galway.

Dun Daviot, hill, Inverness. See Daviot.

Dun DornadiUa (Sutherland). See Dornadilla.

Diin Errodail (Lewis island). See Errodail.

Dun Fionn, vitrified fort, 44 miles SW. of Beauly,
N. Inverness-shire.

Dun-I, hill, Iona island, Argyllshire, alt. 327 ft.

Dun Leacainn, hill, with granite quarry, 6 miles
SW. of Inveraray, Argyllshire, alt. 1173 ft.

Dun na Seilclielg, or Dumlelcliak, loch, in co. and
84 miles S. of Inverness.

Dun o’ Deer, hill, Aberdeen. See Dunnideer.

Dim of Creich, hill, with vitrified fort and standing
stone, in par. and near church of Creich, E. Sutherland.

Duna Castle, a ruin near Cregganroe, on W. coast
of co. Mayo.

Dunach, seat, 34 miles S. of Oban, Argyllshire.

Dunachton, seat, Alvie par., Inverness-shire, 1J
mile SAV. of Kincraig ry. sta.

Dunadry, vil. with ry. sta., Nil teen par., in S. of co.
and 4 miles E. of Antrim, pop. 99; P.O.

i>mints' Head, on E. side of entrance to Lough
Swilly, N. co. Donegal.

Ounaghy, par., mid. co. Antrim, on river Ravel, 7
miles N. of Ballymena, 13,725 ac., pop. 3562.

Dunagoil, small bay and headland (119 ft.), on SW.
coast of Bute island, 14 mile NW. of Garroch Head.

Dnnaidh, rock, with ruins of castle, Islay island,
Argyllshire, near Mull of Islay.

Dunalrds House, seat, near Birnam, Perthshire.

Dunalastair, 3 miles E. of Kinloch Rannoch, Perth-
shire ;
P.O., t.o. See Dun Alastair.

Dnnald Millholc, large limestone cavern, in vicinity
of Oarnforth, N. Lancashire.

Dunally, ham., 10 m. N. of Buncrana, co. Donegal.

Bunamanagh, vil., 7 miles NE. of Strabane, N. co.
Tyrone; P.O. See

Dunamase, rock with ruined castle of the O’Mores,
4 miles E. of Maryborough, SE. Queen’s co.

Dnnaiuon, par. and ry. sta. (Donaman), cos. Gal-
way and Roscommon, on river Suck, 6 miles W. of
Roscommon, 4655 ac., pop. 393; P.O., called Donamon.

Dunan.—bold promontory, Lochbroom par., Ross-
shire, 104 miles NW. of Ullapool, alt. 100 ft.—2.
Dunan, hamlet, Strath par., Skye island, Inverness-
shire, 4 miles from Broadford; P.O.

Dunan-Aula, tumulus, Craignish par., Argyllshire.

Dnnan-Mor, near Cape Wrath, Sutherland, 523 ft.

Du nans, seat, Kilmodan par., Argyllshire, near head
of Glendaruel, 23 miles NW. of Rothesay.

Dunany, coast par. and seat, E. co. Louth, 6 miles
E. of Dunleer ry. sta., 1660 ac., pop. 427; P.O.; con-
tains Dnnany Point, headland.

Dunaskin, Dalmellington par., Ayrshire, near
Waterside sta.; P.O., T.O.

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