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Finkle Street, hamlet, Tankersley par., S. div.
West-Riding Yorkshire, 4 miles SW. of Barnsley.

Finlagan, Loch, Islay island, Argyllshire, 3 miles
W. of Port Askaig; on an islet are ruins of a castle
and a chapel of the Lords of the Isles.

Finlarig Castle, ruins of ancient seat, at head of
Loch Tay, Perthshire, near Killin; adjacent is the
burying-plaee of the Breadalbane family.

Finlas, Loch, Straiton par., Ayrshire, 14 mile W. of
Loch Doon.

Finlas AVater, Luss par., Dumbartonshire ; flows 4J
miles SE. to Loch Lomond near Rossdhu House.

Finlay’s Castle, ruin, in co. and par. of Nairn.

Finlay’s Mire, Monquhitter par., N. Aberdeenshire;
here some Covenanters were cut off by the Ogilvies.

Finlayston House (15th century), on the Clyde, 24
miles E. of Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire; was long the
residence of the earls of Glencairn.

Fimnere, par., NE. border of Oxfordshire, on river
Ouse, 44 miles SE. of Brackley, 1570 ac., pop. 291;
P.O.; contains Fimnere House.

Finn . See also Fin——.

Finn, river, co. Donegal; issues from Lough Finn,
and flows 25 miles E. to river Foyle below Castlefinn.

Finnan.—stream, SAY. Inverness-shire; flows 5 m.
S. through Glen Finnan to head of Loch Shiel.—2.
Finnan (Kincardineshire). See

Finnart.—seat, on E. side of Loch Long, 24 miles
N. of Garelochead, Dumbartonshire. — 2. Finnart,
shooting-lodge, near SAY. corner of Loch Rannoch,
Perthshire, 9 miles W. of Kinloch Rannoch.

Finnarts Honse, seat, Glen App, SAY. Ayrshire;
post-town, Ballantrae.

Finnea, vil., Foyran par., co. AVestmeath, 2 m. E. of
Bally willan sta., pop. 159 ; P.O., called Finea, 1 Bank.

Finnich Glen, in S. of Drymen par., Stirlingshire.

Finnieston, dist. in Glasgow, near Queen’s Dock.

Finninghani, par. and vil. withry. sta., W. Suffolk,
8 miles SW. of Eye, 1242 ac., pop. 420; P.O., T.O.

Finningley, township and vil. with ry. sta. (N.
Notts), and par. (partly in S. div. West-Riding York-
shire)—par., 6297 ac., pop. 870; township, 2360 ac.,
pop. 376; vil., 74 miles SE. of Doncaster; P.O.; 1| mile
SW. of vil. is Finningley Park.

Finnoe, par., N. co. Tipperary, 2 miles SW. of
Borrisokane, 5053 ac., pop. 618.

Finsbury, pari, bor., Middlesex, in N. of London,
1078 ac., pop. 198,694; consists of St Luke and Clerken-
well pars., Holborn dist., St Giles dist., &c., and
returns 3 members—3 divisions, viz., Holborn, Central,
and East, 1 member for each ; its representation was
increased in 1885, when its limits were reduced by the
formation of Islington pari. bor.

Finsbury Park, ry. sta. (on Great Northern Ry.),
at Finsbury Park, in N. of London.

Finstall, eccl. dist. and vil., Stoke Prior par., E. Wor-
cester—dist., pop. 990; vil., 2 m. SE. of Bromsgrove;
P.O., called Finstal; in vicinity is Finstall House.

Finsthwaite, eccl. dist. and hamlet, Colton par., N.
Lancashire—dist., pop. 331; the hamlet is 8 miles NE.
of Ulverston; 4 mile SW. is Finsthwaite Honse.

Finstock, township, Charlbury par., Oxfordshire,
44 miles N. of Witney, 883 ac., pop. 490 ; P.O.

Finstown, seaport vil. with pier, Firth and Stennes
par., Orkney, at head of Bay of Firth, 64 miles NW. of
Kirkwall; P.O., T.O.; has horse and cattle fairs, and
some shipping trade.

Fintona, town with ry. sta., Donacavey par., S. co.
Tyrone, 7 miles S. of Omagh, pop. 1468; P.O.,
t.o., 3
Banks. Market-day,

Fintona Junction, ry. sta., £ mile NW. of Fintona.

Fintown, 9 miles NE. of Glenties, co. Donegal; P.O.

Fintragh, bay, on S. coast of co. Donegal.

Fintray.—par. and vil. (Hatton of Fintray), Aber-
deenshire—par., 7319 ac., pop. 1032; vil., near river
Don, 1£ mile NE. of Kinaldie sta., which is 104 miles
NW. of Aberdeen; P.O.; 1 mile E. of vil. is Fintray
House, seat of the Forbeses of Craigievar.—2. Fin-
tray, school, Turriff par., N. Aberdeenshire.

Fintray Bay, on AY. of Great Cumbrae island.

Fintry.—par. and vil., mid. Stirlingshire—par., 13,722
ac., pop. 414; vil., on Endrick Water, 16 miles SW. of
Stirling and 17 NE. of Glasgow; P.O.; in N. of par. are

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