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Lislea.—seat, in co. and 5 m. S. of Armagh; P.O.
2. Lislca, 4 m. from Kilrea, E. co. Londonderry;
—3. Lislca, seat, 5 m. N. of Ballymahon, co. Longford.

Lislcc, par., S. co. Cork, on Courtmacsherry Bay,
6 miles E. of Clonakilty, 6302 ac., pop. 2834; contains
the seat of Lislce Court.

Lislesbnrn, hamlet, Corsenside par., Northumber-
land, 5 miles NE. of Bellingham.

Lislcvane, 4 m. S. of Timoleague, S. co. Cork; P.O.

Lislievoolin, seat, Westmeath; post-tn., Mullingar.

Lismacmurrogh, seat, 3 miles N. of Ballymahon,

S. co. Longford.

Lisiuacne, seat, in co. and 5 miles SE. of Tipperary.

Lisinakecry, par., N. co. Limerick, on river Deel,
2 miles SAA7. of Askeaton, 3031 ac., pop. 283.

Lisinalin, par., E. co. Tipperary, 5 miles E. of Kil-
lenaule, 4241 ac., pop. 588.

Lismateige, par., S. co. Kilkenny, 4 miles SW. of
Knocktopher, 1643 ac., pop. 272.

Lisniirranc, school, Bohola par., co. Mayo.

Lismoher, seat, 2 m. NE. of Kilfenora, N. co. Clare.

Lismore, island and quoad sacra par., Lismore and
Appin par., Argyllshire—par. (comprising Lismore and
other islands in Loch Linnhe), pop. 2182 ; island
(9J miles long and 1£ mile broad), pop. 621;
P.O. Lis-
more was early the seat of a Columban monastery;
in the 13th century it became the seat of the bishopric
of Lismore or Argyll; of the cathedral little remains
but the choir, which, as roofed in 1749, now serves
as the parish church (9J miles N. of Oban). Lismore
Lighthouse, on Mousedale island (off SW. point of
Lismore island), is 86 ft. high, with fixed light 103 ft.
above high water and seen 16 miles.

Lismore.—market town and township with ry. sta.,
Lismore and Mocollop par., cos. Cork and Waterford
(chiefly in the latter), on river Blackwater, 43 miles
SAA7. of AA7aterford and 176 miles SAV. of Dublin,
145 ac., pop. 1860;
P.O., T.O., 1 Bank. Market-day,
Monday. The town has a fine appearance, and is
situated in a district of great beauty. The see of
Lismore is joined to Cashel, and the cathedral of
St Carthagh, which has been restored, is now used as
the par. church. Robert Boyle, the philosopher (1626-
1691), was a native. Lismore Castle, situated on an
eminence overhanging the Blackwater, is a seat of the
Duke of Devonshire. This castle belonged to Sir Walter
Raleigh, was purchased by the Earl of Cork, and passed
into the possession of the Cavendish family.—2. Lis-
more, seat, near Crossdoney ry. sta., AV. co. Cavan.

Lismore and Appin, par., Argyllshire, 114,918 ac.,
pop. 3433 ; comprises the Appin dist. of the mainland,
and the islands of Lismore, Shuna, &c.

Lismore and Mocollop, par., cos. AATaterford and
Cork, 64,010 ac., pop. 11,350; contains Lismore and

Lismiillen, par., mid. co. Meath, 5 m. SE. of Navan,
938 ac., pop. 155; contains Lismiillen House, seat.

Lisnabin, seat, 2 m. N. of Killucan, co. Westmeath.

Lisnaboe, seat, N. co. Meath, 2 m. S. of Kingscourt.

Lisnacree, 5 miles W. of Kilkeel, S. co. Down; P.O.

Lisnadill, par., in co. and 4 miles SE. of Armagh,
16,985 ac., pop. 5114;

Lisnagadc, seat, 3 m. SAA”. of Banbridge, co. Down.

Lisnagar, seat, near Rathcormack, E. co. Cork.

Lisnagecr, co. Monaghan, 7 m. from Cootehill; P.O.

Lisnagry, ry. sta., in co. and 8 miles NE. of Lime-
rick ;

Lisnagnnogue, vil., Billy par., N. co. Antrim, 3
miles NE. of Bushmills.

Lisnakill, par., in co. and 5 miles SAV. of Waterford,
2534 ac., pop. 400.

Lisnalong, 5 m. from Cootehill, N. co. Cavan; P.O.

Lisnamuck, co. Londonderry, 3 m. from Maghera; P. O.

Lisnanallard (or Bull’s Eye), vil., Cappagh par.,
mid. CO. Tyrone, pop. 123.

Lisnarrick, hamlet, 3 miles W. of Irvinestown, N.
co. Fermanagh;

Lisnaskca, small market town with ry. sta., Agha-
lurcher par., mid. co. Fermanagh, 11 miles SE. of
Enniskillen, pop. 793;
P.O., T.O., 1 Bank. Market-
Saturday. Lisnaskea has a good market for corn
and dairy produce. The Earl of Erne is the proprietor
of the town.

Gazetteer of the British Isles, Statistical and Topographical, by John Bartholomew, F.R.G.S.

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