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Lough1 Alien, 5 miles from Drumshambo, AV. co.
p.o. See Allen, Lough.

Lougli Eask, in co. and 3 miles N. of Donegal; P.O.
See Eask and Lougheask.

Lougli Errlt, seat and lough, 9 miles NAV. of Castle-
reagh, NW. co. Roscommon.

Lough Ine, hamlet with school, Tullagh par., SW.
co. Cork.

Lough Mahon, between Great Island and Little
Island, on NW. side of Cork Harbour, SE. co. Cork;
has a fixed light (Cork Harbour or Queenstown), off
Meelough Spit, 24 ft. above high water and seen 2 m.

Lougli Park, seat, 2 miles SE. of Castlepollard, N.
co. AVestmeath, on Lough Lene.

Lough Rymi, 2 m. S. of Mohill, S. co. Leitrim ; P.O.
Lough Veigh, seat, near Letterkenny, co. Donegal.
Longhall, par., co. Armagh. See
Loughan, 5 miles NW. of Kells, NW. co. Meath;
p.o. See

Loughanleagh, mountain, near Bailieborongh, E.
co. Cavan, alt. 1116 ft.

Loughaiuuore, seat, in co. and 4 m. E. of Antrim.
Longhapreaghan, lough, Kilcummin par., W. co.

Lougli ash, school, co. Tyrone; post-town, Done-

Loughbawn, seat, on Lough Bawn, S. co. Monaghan,

6 miles SE. of Rockcorry.

Loughbcg, vil., Barnabely par., SE. co. Cork, on
Cork Harbour, near Queenstown, pop. 604.

Loughborough, market town, par., and township,
Leicestershire, on Loughborough Canal, 10g miles NAV.
of Leicester and 115 miles from London by rail—town-
ship, pop. 14,681; town and par., 5820 ac., pop. 14,803 ;
P.O., T.O., 4 Banks, 3 newspapers. Market-day,
Loughborough is the second town, in point of
size, in the co. ; it has a grammar school founded in
1495. The principal industry is the mfr. of all kinds of
hosiery ; there is a large bell foundry; there are also
engineering and machine works, dyeworks, and brick-
works ; the coal trade is extensive.

Loughborough Canal, Leicestershire, from river
Soar, near Barrow upon Soar, past Loughborough, to
another part of same river, near Stanford upon Soar,
and communicating with river Trent and Union Canal.

Loughborough (or Mid) Division, The, parl. div.
of Leicestershire, pop. 51,101.

Loughborough Junction, ry. sta., Surrey, in S. of
London, 3 miles S. of Lndgate Hill.

LougEiborough Park, ry. sta., in S. of London, g
mile SAV. of Loughborough Junction.

Loiighbrackcn, par., N. co. Meath, 1 mile SW. of
Drumcondra, 2159 ac., pop. 285.

Loughbray, seat, on Lough Bray, N. co. AVicklow,

7 miles S. of Rathfarnham.

Loughbrickland, vil., Aghaderg par., AV. co. Down,

near Lough Brickland, 3 miles S. of Banbridge, pop.
336 ;
P.O., T.o.; in vicinity is L. House, seat.

Loughcootcr Castle, seat of Viscount Gough, 3 miles
SE. of Gort, S. co. Galway, near Lough Cooter.

Longhcrew, par., NAV. co. Meath, 5981 ac., pop.
654; contains Longhcrew House, seat, 3 miles SE.
of Oldcastle.

Loughderry, seat, 4J miles S. of Carrickmacross, S.
co. Monaghan.

LoughdntT, 9 m. from Granard, co. Longford; P.O.
Lougheask, seat, on Lough Eask, in co. and 3 miles
N. of Donegal;
P.O., called Lough Eask.

Louglierherd, school, Glencolumbkille par., AV. co.

Loughfea, seat, on Lough Fea, S. co. Monaghan,

1 mile S. of Carrickmacross.

Loughgall, par. and hamlet, in co. and 5 m. NE. of
Armagh, on r. Blackwater, 9644 ac., pop. 4473;
P.O. See Loughguile.

Longhgilly, par. and seat with ry. sta., E. co. Ar-
magh, 4 m. SE. of Markethill, 16,036 ac., pop. 5178;

Loughglinu, vil., Tibohine par., NAV. co. Roscom-
mon, on Longh Glinn, 6 miles NW. of Castlereagh, pop.
P.O., called Loughglyn.

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

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