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Ballinacor, North and South, 2 bars., co. Wicklow,
74,109 ac., pop. 6000; and 78,316 ac., pop. 7128.

Ballinadee, par. and vil., co. Cork, 5 miles SE. of
Bandon, on river Bandon, 8334 ac., pop. 1190; P.O.

Ballinafad.—vil., Aghanagh par., co. Sligo, 5 miles
N. of Boyle ry. sta.; P.O. In the vicinity are the ruins
of a castle.—2. Ballinafad, hamlet, in bar. and co. Ros-
common, Cloonfinlough par., 3 miles S. of Strokestown.

Ballinagar.—vil., Geashill par., King’s co., 6 miles
E. of Tullamore.—2. Ballinagar, seat, co. Galway;
post-town, Loughrea.

Ballinagare. See Bellanagare.

Ballinagh. See Bellananagh.

Ballinagrec, hamlet, Macroom par., W. co. Cork; P. O.

Ballinaheglish, hamlet, Cloonygormican par., in
co. and 8 miles from Roscommon ; P.O.

Ballinakill, small town, Dysart- Gallen par., S.
Queen’s co., 3 miles SE. of Abbeyleix, and 63 miles SW.
of Dublin, pop. 630; P.O., T.O., IBank. Market-day,
Tuesday. It has some trade in woollens. Here are
the ruins of a castle destroyed by Fairfax, and rebuilt
(1680) by the Dunns.

Ballinakilla, place with school, Bear island, co. Cork.

Ballinalack, vil., Leny par., N. co. Westmeath, 9
miles NW. of Mullingar, on river Inny, pop. 153; P.O.

Ballinalea, vil., Rathnew par., in co. and 3 miles
NW. of Wicklow, pop. 109 ; P.O.

Ballinalce, vil., 6 miles NW. of Edgeworthstown,
mid. co. Longford, on river Camlin, pop. 173; P.O.

Ballinaltig, hamlet, Kilshanahan par., in bar. Barry-
more, co. Cork.

Ballinamallaght, hamlet, Donaghedy par., N. co.
Tyrone, 6 miles from Clady; P.O.

Ballinautallard. See Bellanamallard.

Ballinaiuara, or Ballyneinara, par., in co. and 6
miles NW. of Kilkenny, 3839 ac., pop. 411.

Ballinamcesda, or Kilbride, vil., in co. and 3 miles
SW. of Wicklow.

Ballinamore.—market town, Oughteragh par., SE.
co. Leitrim, 15 miles NE. of Carrick-on-Shannon ry.
sta., pop. 526; p. o., t. o., 1 Bank. Market-day,
—2. Ballinamore, vil., Ballymoney par., co. Antrim,
pop. 406.—3. Ballinamore, vil. and seat, Killian par.,
NE. co. Galway, 6 miles N. of Ahascragh, on river
Shiven.—4. Ballinamore, place, co. Donegal, 13 miles
from Ballybofey Glenties; P.O.

Ballinamore Bridge, 7 miles N. of Ahascragh, NE.
co. Galway; P.O.

Ballinamuck, vil., Killoe par., in co. and 10 miles
NE. of Longford; P.O. Here the French army sur-
rendered to Marquis Cornwallis in 1798.

Ballinanagh. See Bellananagh.

Ballina Park, seat, 8 miles W. of Dungarvan, SW.
co. Waterford ; post-town, Cappoquin.

Ballinard, par., E. co. Limerick, 5 miles NE. of
Bruff, 1141 ac., pop. 369.

Ballinascarty, vil., 4 m. N. of ClohaWlty, S. co. Cork.

Ballinaskeagh, hamlet, Aghaderg par., W. co.
Down, 8 miles S. of Banbridge; P.O.

Ballinasloe, market town, in pars, of Creagh and
Kilcloony, on borders of cos. Roscommon and Galway,
on river Suck, 34 miles E. of Galway and 94 miles W. of
Dublin by rail—township, 4238 ac., pop. 4772; P.O.,
T.O., 3 Banks, 2 newspapers. Market-days,
and Saturday, the latter being the principal. It has
large corn mills and farming implement works. A great
fair, chiefly for cattle, is held here annually in October,
lasting five days. Garbally Castle, in vicinity, is the*
seat of the Earl of Clancarty.

Ballina.small, site of ancient Carmelite priory, in
bar. Clanmorris, co. Mayo.

Ballinass, or Ball incss, rivulet, bar. Kilmacrenan,
co. Donegal, entering B. Bay 9 miles SW. of Horn
Head, and navigable for 2 miles.

Ballinassig. See Ballinhassig.

Ballinastow Inn, NE. co. Wicklow, 3 miles NW.
of Newtownmount Kennedy; well known to tourists.

Ballinatry, seat, SW. co. Waterford, 4 miles NW.
of Youghal, on river Blackwater.

Ballina var, hamlet, 4 m. NE. of Rosscarbery, co. Cork.

Ballinclialla, or Ballincliola, par., cos. Mayo and
Galway, 4 miles S. of Ballinrobe, on Lough Mask,
11,546 ac., pop. 1816.

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