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Moyasliel and Magkeradernon, bar., mid. co. West-
meath, 40,604 ac., pop. 10,300.

Moybane, school, Cleenish par., W. co. Fermanagh.

Moybolgue, par., cos. Meath and Cavan, near Bailie-
borough, 6760 ac., pop. 1502.

Moycarn, bar., co. Roscommon, 29,595 ac., pop. 4457.

Moycartby, par., mid. co. Tipperary, on river Suir,
4 miles SE. of Thurles, 3835 ac., pop. 619.

Moycashel, bar., co. Westmeath, 47,067 ac., pop. 7303.

Moyclare, seat, 2 m. W. of Ferbane, NW. King’s co.

Moycuiicn.—bar., W. co. Galway, 202,386 ac., pop.

23,719.—2. Moycullen, par. and hamlet, W. co. Gal-
way, 8 m. NAV. of Galway, 32,566 ac., pop. 4390 ;

Moy dart, dist., Inverness-shire. See Moidart.

Moyddyn, hundred, Cardiganshire, 80,384 ac., pop.
14,615; contains 14 pars, and parts of 4 others.

Moydow.—bar., AV. co. Longford, 34,470 ac., pop.
5088.—2. Moydow, par., W. co. Longford, 5 miles S. of
Longford, 4626 ac., pop. 779 ;

Moydrum Castle, seat of Viscount Castlemaine, 3
miles E. of Athlone, W. co. AATestmeath.

Moye Point.-—headland, on SAV. coast of Jersey,
Channel Islands, between the Corbieres and St Brelade’s
Bay ; the stone used for the Thames Embankment and
Chatham Docks was taken from Moye Point.—2. Moye
Point, headland, on S. coast of Guernsey, Channel
Islands, on W. side of Icart Bay.

Moyfenrath, lower and Upper, 2 adjacent bars.,
SW. co. Meath—Lower Moyfenrath, 40,313 ac., pop.
6758 ; Upper Moyfenrath, 31,696 ac., pop. 4148.

Moygawnah, par., N. eo. Mayo, 6 miles N. of
Crossmolina, 20,269 ac., pop. 950.

Moygh,seat, lm.W. of Ballymahon, S. co. Longford.

Moyglare, par., S. co. Meath, 2 miles E. of Kilcock,
4558 ac., pop. 216.

Moygoish, bar., co. Westmeath, 39,599 ac., pop. 5484.

Moylagb, par., NAV. co. Meath, on river Inny, 3
miles SW. of Oldcastle, 7457 ac., pop. 1232.

Moylary, par., eo. Louth. See Mullary.

Moylat, 7 miles from Stradone, eo. Cavan ; P.O.

Moyle, seat, in co. and 4 miles SE. of Carlow.

Moyle Park, seat, eo. Dublin; post-town, Clondalkin.

Moyles Court, old mansion (now a farmhouse),
Ellingham par., Hants, 3 miles N. of Ringwood; was
the seat of the Lisles, of whom Colonel Lisle was one
of the judges of Charles I., and his wife, Dame Alicia,
was condemned to death by Jeffreys for sheltering
fugitives from Sedgemoor.

Moylgrove, par. and vil., Pembrokeshire, 3 miles
SW. of Cardigan, 2442 ac., pop. 422;

Moylisker, par., S. co. Westmeath, on Lough Ennel,
4 miles S. of Mullingar, 1750 ac., pop. 146.

Moylougb, par., NE. co. Galway, 23,386 ac., pop.
4203 ;
P.O. ; contains Mountbellew.

Moymet, par., W. co. Meath, 2 miles NAV. of Trim,
3255 ac., pop. 301.

Moyinore, school, Killaspugnane par., co. Clare.

Moynalty.—par., hamlet, and seat, N. co. Meath, on
river Moynalty, 5 miles N. of Kells, 12,678 ac., pop.
2493 ; P.O., T.O.—2. Moynalty, river; rises near Bailie-
borough, SE. co. Cavan, and flows SE. through co. Meath
to the Blackwater 3 miles below Kells ; 16 miles long.

Moyne.—10 miles from Crossdoney, co. Cavan ; P.O.
—2. Moyne, seat, 2 miles N. of Durrow, S. Queen’s
co.—3. Moyne, par. and vil., NE. co. Tipperary, 7
miles NE. of Thurles—par., 9514 ac., pop. 1188; vil.,
pop. 139;
P.O.—4. Moyne, seat, S. co. Tipperary; post-
town, Fethard.—5. Moyne, par., S. co. AVicklow, 5
miles N. of Tinahely, 8461 ac., pop. 491;

Moynehall, seat, in co. and 2 miles S. of Cavan.

Moynes Court, seat (17th century), 2 miles SAA7. of
Chepstow, Monmouthshire.

Moyness, vil., Auldearn par., in co. and 5 miles SE.
of Nairn.

Moynishmore Island, in Clew Bay, Burrishoole par.,
W. co. Mayo, 61 ac., pop. 4.

Moynoe, par., NE. co. Clare, 3 miles NE. of Scarriff,
9460 ac., pop. 782.

Moyns Park, seat, in N. of Essex, 3% miles SE. of

Moyutaglis, par., co. Antrim. See Montiaghs.

Moy ode Castle, seat, 3% miles SE. of Atlienry, mid.
co. Galway.

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

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Moy, or Mayh, is Irish, and signifies “ a field,” “ a plain.”

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