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Moyola, river, co. Londonderry; rises near Mullagh-
turk Mountain, and flows 20 miles E. to Lough Neagh,
3 miles below Castle Dawson.

Moyola Park, seat, adjacent to Castle Dawson, E.
co. Londonderry.

Moyrath Castle, seat, 5 m. AV. of Trim, co. Meath.

Moyrlicc, school, Dysart par., co. Clare.

Moyricsk, seat, 5 miles E. of Ennis, mid. co. Clare.

Moyrus, coast par., AV. co. Galway, between Killery
Harbour and Ard Bay, 2 miles SE. of Clifden, 100,981
ac., pop. 9176; contains the Twelve Pins and a great
part of Connemara.

Moyry Castle, ruin, S. co. Armagh, 6 miles N. of

Moys, hamlet, Tamlaght Finlagan par., N. co.

Moystown, seat, 4 miles NE. of Banagher, NAV.
King’s co.

Moyteoge Head, AV. side of Achill, AV. co. Mayo.

Moyvalley, sta. on Midland Great Western Railway,
N. border of co. Kildare, 4 miles NAV. of Enfield;

Moy vllly, rivulet, S. co. Galway; rises near Monivea,
and flows 14 m. SE. to Galway Bay near Clarin Bridge.

Moyvore, 12 miles AV. of Mullingar, AV. co. West-
meath ;

Moyvougkly, seat, near Moate, S. co. AVestmeath.

Moze, Essex. See Beaumont-cum-Moze.

Muasdale, vil., Killean and Kilchenzie par., Kintyre,
Argyllshire, 5 miles S. of Tayinloan;

Muck1 Birch, par. and vil., in co. and 6% miles S.
of Hereford, 1287 ac., pop. 528 ;

Much Bewchnrch, par. and vil. (ry. sta. Tram Inn),
in co. and 6 m. SW. of Hereford, 4878 ac., pop. 564; P.O.

Much Hadham, Herts. See Hadham, Great.

Much Hoole, township and vil. (ry. sta. Hoole),
Hoole par., N. Lancashire, 7 miles SW. of Preston,
1776 ac. (30 water), pop. 581;

Much Marcle, par., township, and vil., Hereford-
shire—par., 6349 ac., pop. 1048; township, 4940 ac.,
pop. 858; vil., 5% miles SW. of Ledbury;
P.O. See
Marcle, Much.

Much Wenlock, market town, par., and ry. sta.
(Wenlock, or Much AVenlock), Shropshire, in bor. of
AVenlock, 9737
ac., pop. 2321; P.O., T.o. Market-day,
Monday. See Wenlock.

Much Woolton, town and township, Childwall par.,
SW. Lancashire, 5 miles SE. of Liverpool, 795 ac., pop.
P.O., T.O., called Woolton; in the neighbour-
hood are extensive quarries.

Much Wymondley, 2 miles SE. of Hitchin, Herts ;
p.o. See Wymondley.

Muchalls, vil. with ry. sta., Fetteresso par., Kin-
cardineshire, 4% miles NE. of Stonehaven;

Muchelncy, par. and vil., Somerset, onriver Parret,
1% mile SE. of Langport, 1566 ac., pop. 256; has remains
of abbey of 939.

Mnck, Loch, on SE. border of Dalmellington par.,

Muck Island, 4 miles N. of Ardnamurchan Point,
Small Isles par., Argyllshire, 1586 ac., pop. 51; the
inhabitants are employed chiefly in fishing.

Mnck Island, off E. coast of co. Antrim, 3 miles E.
of Larne.

Muckairn, quoad sacra par., in S. of Ardchattan
and Muckairn par., N. Argyllshire, pop. 615; the
church is at Taynuilt.

Muckalce.—par., S. co. Kilkenny, 4 miles NE. of
Piltown, 2711 ac., pop. 305.—2. Muckalee, par., N. co.
Kilkenny, 3 miles S. of Castlecomer, 3706 ac., pop. 488.

Muckainore, Grange of, par., in co. and 1% mile S.
of Antrim, on Six Mile Water and Lough Neagh, 4027
ac., pop. 1077;
P.O., t.o., called Muckainore; con-
tains seat of Muckainore Abbey.

Muckart, Perthshire; P.O. See Muckhart.

Mnckcrsie, ancient par., now in Forteviot par., SE.

Muckhart, par., SE. Perthshire, on river Devon,
3% miles NE. of Dollar, 4928 ac., pop. 601;
P.O., called

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