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Augliaderry, ham.,N. co. Monaghan, nr. Aughnacloy.

Augkafatten,co. Antrim, 8m. NE. of Ballymena; P.O.

Aughagallcn. See Aghagallon.

Aughaglorah, place with school, Tuam par., W. co.

Aughamorc, vil., E. co. Roscommon, 4 miles SW. of
Dromod ry. sta.; P.O.

Aughaval. See Oughaval.

Aughavoe. See Aghaboe.

Aughaward, hamlet, Enniskillen par., co. Ferma-
nagh, pop. 24.

Aughelogun. See Aucloggeen.

Augher, vil. and seat, Clogher par., S. co. Tyrone,
8 miles S. from Beragh ry. sta., on river Blackwater,
pop. 369; P.O.

Aughinish.—peninsula and vil., Oughtmama par.,
N. co. Clare, on S. side of Galway Bay.—
2. Augkin-
isk, par., NE. co. Donegal, containing part ofRamelton
town, 9192 ac., pop. 2959; consists of two sections, 2¼
miles apart from each other.—3. Aughinish, island in
the above par., 66 ac., pop. 9.

Aughintain, place and seat, S. co. Tyrone, 3 miles
W. of Clogher; P.O.

Aughnacliflfe, co. Longford, 6 m. N. of Granard; P.O.

Augknacloy, township and market town, Carrenteel
par., S. co. Tyrone, 10 miles SW. of Dungannon, on the
left bank of the Blackwater—township, 152 ac., pop.
1333; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank. Market-day,

Augknagurgan, lake, W. border of co. Armagh.

Aughnish. See Aughinish.

Aughniss, rivulet, bar. Erris, co. Mayo, running
about 10 miles from Nephin Bog mts. to Tullochan Bay.

Aughrim.—par. and vil., E. co. Galway, 5 miles SW.
of Ballinasloe ry. sta.—par., 7251 ac., pop. 767; vil., pop.
279; P.O., T.o. Near the village was fought, on 12th
July 1691, the last battle between the forces of James
II. and those of William III., in which action the Irish
general, St Ruth, was slain.—2. Aughrim, par., N. co.
Roscommon, 4 miles S. of Carrick-on-Shannon, 8119
ac., pop. 1719.-—3. Aughrim, vil. with ry. sta., co.
Wicklow, 8 miles SSW. of Rathdrum by road, on the
river A., pop. 195 ; P.O., T.O.—4. Aughrim, the most
southerly of the 3 headstreams of the river Ovoca, co.
Wicklow, running 14 miles from the Lugnaquila moun-
tain to the second “ meeting of the waters,” 3 miles
above Arklow.

Aughris, seat, co. Sligo; post-town, Dromore.

Aughtermoy, hamlet, Donaghedy par., co. Tyrone,
pop. 72.

Aughton.—par., SE. Lancashire, 2¼ miles SW. of
Ormskirk, 4610 ac., pop. 3145; P.O.—2. Aughton, eccl.
dist., Halton par., N. Lancashire, on river Lune, 7
miles NE. of Lancaster, pop. 119.—3. Aughton, tithing,
Collingbourne Kingston par., S. Wilts, 4½ miles NW. of
Ludgershall.—4. Aughton, par. and township, East-
Riding Yorkshire, 2 miles NW. of Bubwith ry. sta. and
7 miles NE. of Selby—par., 5201 ac., pop. 489; township,
1952 ac., pop. 157. The ancient castle was the seat
of the family of Aske, of whom Sir Robert Aske was
executed as the leader of the insurrection called “ The
pilgrimage of grace.”—5. Aughton, vil., Aston-with-
Aughton par., West-Riding Yorkshire, 1 mile E. of
Woodhouse ry. sta.

Augustus, Fort. See Fort-Augustus.

Auldbar Boad, sta. on Caledonian Ry., Forfar-
shire, 2 miles NW. of Guthrie junction; in the vicinity
is the old fortalice of Auldbar Castle, now converted
into a modern mansion.

Auldclunc, hamlet, Moulin par., Perthshire, on river
Garry, 2 miles SE. of Blair-Athole; P.O.

Auldearn, coast par. and vil., in co. and 2½ miles
SE. of Nairn—par., 14,035 ac., pop. 1292; vil., pop.
363; P.O. Here, in 1645, Montrose defeated the Cove-
nanters under the command of John Hurry or Urry.

Auldfield, portion of Pollokshaws town, Eastwood
par., Renfrewshire.

A uId Gang, ancient lead mines, North-Riding York-
shire, near Muker.

Auldgirnaig, hamlet, Moulin par., Perthshire, on
river Garry, 4 miles NW. of Pitlochry.

Auldgirth, hamlet, and sta. on Glasgow & South-
Western Ry., in co. and 8 miles NW. of Dumfries by
rail; P.O., T.O.

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

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