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Glengivcl, school, Avondale par., W. Lanarkshire;
Glcngivel Water is an affluent of Avon AVater.

Glcnglass, school, Alness par., Ross-shire.

Glenglassaugh Distillery, near Portsoy, Banffshire.

Glengloy Honse, seat, in Glen Gloy, Kilmonivaig
par., SW. Inverness-shire, 5 miles from Spean Bridge.

Glengonner Water, left affluent of river Clyde,
Crawford par., Lanarkshire, near Abington sta.

Glengorm (formerly Sorn) Castle, seat, in NW. of
Mull island, 8 miles W. of Tobermory.

Glcngowan Print Works, 5m. from Airdrie, Lanark.

Glengrant Distillery, Rothes, E. Elginshire.

Glenguin Distillery, Killearn, Stirlingshire.

Glengyle, seat, Callander par., Perthshire, at mouth
of Glen Gyle, W. end of Loch Katrine.

Glenkead.—shooting-lodge, Lintrathen par., Forfar-
shire, 11 miles NAV. of Kirriemuir.—2.
school, Lochwinnoch par., Renfrewshire.

Glenhesk, a mt. vale, near Newport, W. co. Mayo.

Glenlilnnisdal, vil., in Glen Hinnisdal, Snizortpar.,
Skye island, 12 miles NW. of Portree.

Glenholm. See Broughton, Glenholm, &c.

Glenliowan, vil., Caerlaverock par., in co. and 5
miles SE. of Dumfries.

Glenhull, 16 miles E. of Newtown Stewart, N. co.

Gleniffer, Braes of, hill-range, Renfrewshire, 3 miles
SW. of Paisley, alt. 749 ft.; celebrated by Tannahill.

Gleniffer Distillery, near Paisley, Renfrewshire.

Glcninagli, par., N. co. Clare, near Black Head, 12
miles N. of Ennistimon, 4291 ac., pop. 411.

Glenisla, par. and hamlet, W. Forfarshire, on river
Isla—par., 41,242 ac., pop. 791; hamlet (Kirkton of
Glenisla), 9 miles NW. of Alyth; P.O.; 13 miles NW.
of Alyth is
Glenisla House, seat.

Glenisland, 6 miles from Castlebar, co. Mayo ; P.O.

Glenkeen, par., mid. co. Tipperary, 5 miles SW. of
Templemore, 14,495 ac., pop. 3010; contains Bor-

Glenkens, N. dist. of Kirkcudbrightshire ; comprises
the pars, of Carsphairn, Dairy, Kells, and Balmaclellan.

Glen kill Burn, left affluent of Water of Ae, Kirk-
michael par., Dumfriesshire.

Glenkilry Lodge, on the Black AYater, E. Perth-
shire, 12 miles N. of Blairgowrie.

Glenkinelile Distillery, Pencaitland par., Hadding-
tonshire, 2¼ miles SE. of Ormiston sta.

Glenkindie House, seat, near the confluence of the
Kindie and the Don, W. Aberdeenshire, 11 m. SW. of
Rhynie; Glenkindie (detached section of Strathdon par.)
contains several ‘ ‘ weems ” or underground dwellings.

Glenkingie Heer Forest, Inverness-shire, 16,130 ac.;
post-town, Fort AVilliam.

Glenkyllachy Lodge, Duthill par., Inverness-shire,
on river Findhorn.

Glenlaggan, seat, Parton par., Kirkcudbrightshire,
near Loch Ken, 7 miles NW. of Castle Douglas.

Glenlair, seat, Parton par., Kirkcudbrightshire, on
Urr Water, 7 miles N. of Castle Douglas.

Glenlark, stream, N. co. Tyrone; rises in Lough
Lark, and flows 6 miles SAV. to river Owenreagh.

Glenlean, place with school, Dunoon and Kilmun
par., Argyllshire, at head of Glen Lean.

Glenlednock, school, Comrie par., Perthshire.

Glenlee, seat, Kells par., Kirkcudbrightshire, on
Water of Ken, 3 miles NW. of New Galloway.

Glcnleigh, seat, near Hastings, E. Sussex.

Glenlivet (or Glenlivat), quoad sacra par., Inver -
avon par., Banffshire, pop. 1616 ;
P.O., T.O. (5¼ miles
SE. of Ballindalloch sta.), 1 Bank. Glenlivet gives the
title of baron to the Marquis of Huntly. The battle of
Glenlivet was fought 1594.

Glenlivet Distillery, Inveravon par., Banffshire,
5f miles SE. of Ballindalloch sta.

Glenlochar, hamlet, 3 miles NW. of Castle Douglas,
P.O.; in vicinity is G. Lodge, seat.

Glenlochay Honse, seat, 2¼ m. NW. of Killin, Perth.

Glenloclisie (or Dalmunzie) Lodge, 3 miles from
Spittal of Glenshee, NE. Perthshire.

Glenlogan, vil. with ironworks, Sorn par., Ayrshire,
on r. Ayr, 3 m. E. of Catrine ; in vicinity is
G. House.

Glcnlora, seat, in par. and 1¼ mile W. of Loch-
winnoch, Renfrewshire.

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