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and attractive situation, and was formerly the abode of
the Clan Macfarlane.

Arrow.—township and seat, Woodchurch par., W.
Cheshire, 3 miles SW. of Birkenhead, 758 ac., pop. 127.
—2. Arrow, par., S. Warwickshire, 1 mile SW. of
Alcester, on river Arrow, 4220 ac. (with Oversley), pop.
690; civ. par., pop. 349. Ragley Park, a seat of the
Marquis of Hertford, is in the _ vicinity.—3. Arrow,
river; rising in E. Radnorshire, it flows E. for about 25
miles to the Lugg below Leominster, in Herefordshire.
—4. Arrow, river; rising in W. Worcestershire, it
flows 11 miles S. to the Alne at Alcester, Warwickshire.

Arrow, lake (4 miles by 2\ miles) and rivulet, SE.
co. Sligo ; the river issues from the lake and flows about
12 miles NW. to the Owenbeg, near Colooney.

Arseott, place, Pontesbury par., S. Shropshire, 6J
miles SW. of Shrewsbury.

Artafallic, place, Black Isle, Ross-shire, 7 miles E.
of Muir of Ord; P.O.

Artainc, or Artanc, par. and hamlet, in co. and 3
3 miles NE. of Dublin, 952 ac., pop. 953; P.O.

Artli, stream, Cardiganshire, 8 miles long, flowing
into Irish Sea at Aberarth.

Arthington, township with ry. sta., and seat, Addle
par., E. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, 4 miles E. of Otley,
2266 ac. (38 water), pop. 449.

Artliingvvorth, par. and seat, N. Northamptonshire,
3| miles W. of Rothwell, 2030 ac., pop. 185.

Artliog Hall, seat, Merioneth; post-town, Dolgelly.

Artlinret with Longtovvn, par., N. Cumberland, 8
miles N. of Carlisle, on river Esk, 12,961 ac. (202
water), pop. 2611; contains Longtown with ry. sta.

Arthur, Great and Little, 2 islets, Scilly Isles,
Cornwall. They lie near St Martins.

Arthurhonse, place with portions of an ancient
cairn, Garvock par., Kincardineshire.

Arthur lee, part of Barrhead town, Neilston par.,
Renfrewshire ; has cotton-mills, print-works, and
bleachfields. Arthurlee House is in the vicinity.

Arthur’s Ferry, ferry, on river Shannon, near Lime-
rick, at the terminus of the canal from Limerick.

Arthur’s Oven, or Arthur's O’on, famous antique
building, demolished in 1743, Larbert par., Stirling-
shire, near Falkirk.

Arthur’s Round Table, an ancient circle, N. West-
morland, on river Lowther, 1J mile S. of Penrith. It
is 87 ft. in diameter, and is surrounded by a broad
ditch and high mound.

Arthur’s Seat.—a picturesque and conspicuous hill
overlooking Edinburgh, on SE. side of the city, and
commanding an extensive and magnificent prospect, alt.
822 ft. On the W. of Arthur’s Seat are Salisbury Crags,
forming a crescent of rugged cliffs from 60 to 80 ft. high,
and crowning a steep hill of 500 ft.—2. Arthur’s Seat,
rock, N. side of Dunbarrow Hill, Dunnichen par.,

Arthur’s Stone.—a cromlech (14 by 7 ft.), Gla-
morgan, 9 miles W. of Swansea.—2. Arthur’s Stone,
a cromlech, Moccas par., Herefordshire.

Arthurs town, vil., SW. co. Wexford, on Waterford
Harb., and 7 miles from Waterford ry. sta., pop. 171;
P.O., T.O.

Articlave, vil., Drumboe par., N. co. Londonderry,
1J mile from Castlerock ry. sta., pop. 199 ; P.O.

Artigarvan, place, NW. co. Tyrone, 3J miles NE. of
Strabane; P.O.

Artington, or Ertlndon, tithing, St Nicholas Guild-
ford par., W. Surrey, 1 mile SW. of Guildford.

Artlebury, place, Worfield par., Shropshire, 3 miles
from Bridgnorth.

Artnagross, co. Londonderry, 4 m. from Kilrea; P.O.

Artney, affluent of r. RuchiU, Comrie par., Perthsh.

Artornish. See Ardtornish.

Artramon, or Ardtramont, par., in co. and 5 miles
N. of Wexford, 2376 ac., pop. 378.

Artrea. See Ardtrea.

Artrochie, place with public school, Aberdeenshire,
3 miles NE. of Ellon.

Arnn, river, W. Sussex ; rises in St Leonard’s Forest,
and flows into English Channel at Littlehampton. It
is about 37 miles long, and is navigable for some distance.

Arnn and Wey Canal, connecting rivers Arun and
Wey, Sussex and Surrey, 18 miles long, with 23 locks.

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