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Mnglin Rock, J mile E. of Dalkey island, co. Dublin.

Muick, rivulet, Glenmuick, Tullich, and Glengairn
par., SAV. Aberdeenshire; rises on Cairn Taggart, flows
34 miles SE. to Locli Muick (2^ miles long), and thence
94 miles NE. to the Dee near Ballater; it has on its
course the Linn of Mnick, a fine waterfall (36 ft. high),
6 miles SAY. of Ballater.

Mnilrea, mountain, N. side of Killery Harbour, SAY.
co. Mayo, alt. 2688 ft.

Muir . See also Moor .

Muir (or Mniralclioiisc), part of Bannockburn, St
Ninians par., Stirlingshire, pop. 280.

Muir of Ord, vil. with ry. sta., Urray par., on SE.
border of Boss and Cromarty, 3 miles N. of Beauly and
13 miles NAY. of Inverness; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank; is
situated on a flat sandy tract; is the scene of great
cattle, sheep, and horse markets, and has a distillery.

Muir of Rhynie, vil., Aberdeenshire. See Rhynie.

Muiravonside, par., SE. Stirlingshire, on river Avon,
7963 ac., pop. 2713; contains Muiravonside House,
seat, 34 miles SAY. of Linlithgow.

Muirburn, seat, Glassford par., Lanarkshire, on
Avon AYater, 24 miles NE. of Strathaven.

Mnirdruin, vil., Panbride par., Forfarshire, 24 m. N.
of Carnoustie ry. sta. and 54 m. SAY. of Arbroath ; P.O.

Mniresk llonse, seat, in par. and 2 miles AY. of
Turriff, Aberdeenshire, on river Deveron.

Muirfleld, seat, Dirleton par., Haddingtonshire, 3
miles NAY. of Drem Junction.

111rhead.—vil., Kettle par., Fife, near Falkland
Road ry. sta.—2. Mnirlicad (or West Benhar), vil.,
Shotts par., Lanarkshire, 34 miles AY. by S. of AVhitburn,
pop. 1412.—3. Muirhead, Lanarkshire. See
and Muirhead.

Mnirhonse, seat, Cramond par., Edinburghshire, on
Firth of Forth, 34 miles NAY. of Edinburgh.

Muirhonses, hamlet, Carridenpar., Linlithgowshire,
2 miles SE. of Bo’ness.

Muirkirk, town and par., E. Ayrshire—par., 3029 ac.,
pop. 5123; town, on river Ayr, 26 miles E. by N. of Ayr,
50 miles SAY. of Edinburgh, and 58 miles SE. of Glas-
gow by rail, pop. 3470; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank; abounds in
coal, ironstone, and limestone, and is the seat of an ex-
tensive iron manufacture.

Mnirland.—school, Luss par., Dumbartonshire.—
2. Muirland, school, Brechin par., Forfarshire.—3.
Mnirland, school, St Ninians par., Stirlingshire.

Mnirshiels House, seat, in par. and 44 miles NAY.
of Lochwinnoch, Renfrewshire, on river Calder.

Mulrton.—vil., Marykirk par., Kincardineshire..—
2. Mulrton, hamlet, in par. and 1 mile S. of Blair-
gowrie, Perthshire.

Muke Rocks, The, coast of Dorset, nr. Lulworth Cove.

Muker, small town and township, Grinton par.,
North-Riding Yorkshire, on river Swale, 5 miles NAV.
of Askrigg and 9 m. AV. of Grinton, 30,192 ac., pop. 837 ;
P.O.; has lead mines, collieries, and limestone quarries.

Mulbarton, par. and vil., Norfolk, 54 miles SAY. of
Norwich, 1348 ac., pop. 518 ; P.O.; near vil. is Mul-
barton Lodge, seat.

Mulbcn, ry. sta., Boharm par., Elginshire, 5 miles
AY. of Keith; P.O.

Mulberry Mill, paperworks, Sheffield.

Mnldoanich, islet, Barra par., Outer Hebrides, Inver-
ness-shire, 2 miles S. of the mainland of Barra.

Mnldonagh, 3 miles NE. of Clady, AV. co. London-
derry; P.O.

Muldron, seat and school, AYest Calder par., SAY.
Edinburghshire, 14 mile S. of Fauldhouse ry. sta.

Mnlc,stream,Montgomeryshire; rises near Llyngarw,
and flows 10 miles E. to the Severn at Abermule below

Mulfra, hill, Cornwall, 4 miles NAA7. of Penzance;
is crowned by a cromlech called Mnlfra Quoit.

Mnlgrave Castle, seat of the Marquis of Normanby
(who takes hence the title of earl), Lythe par., North-
Riding Yorkshire, 4 miles AY. of AYhitby; stands in a
beautiful park; adjacent are the ruins of the old castle,
dismantled during the Civil \A7ar.

Mnliinddart, par. and hamlet, in co. and 6 miles
NAY. of Dublin, 4068 ac., pop. 385 ; P.O.

Mulindry, school, Killarrow and Kilmeny par.,
Islay island, Argyllshire.

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