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Ballinclarc, ham., 8 m. W. of Dingle, W. co. Kerry.
Ballincollig, town with ry. sta., Carrigrohane par.,
in co. and 6£ miles W. of Cork, on river Bride, pop. 1130;
P.O., T.O. Ballincollig Castle, ancient seat of the
Baretts, is in the vicinity.

Ballincrea, vil., co. Kilkenny, 4 m. N. of Waterford.
Balllncuslane, or Ballycuslane, par., E. co. Kerry,
10 miles NE. of Killarney, 39,737 ac., pop. 4248.
Ballindalloch, hamlet and ry. sta., SE. Elginshire,

12 miles NE. of Grantown ; P.O., T.o. Ballindalloch
Castle, seat, is in the vicinity.

Ballindangan. See Ballindine.

Ballindarra, 3m. fromLisnaskea, co.Fermanagh; P.O.
Ballindean, hamlet and seat, in par. and 1-jr mile
NW. of Inchture, SE. Perthshire.

Ballinderry.—par. and 2 vils., Upper and lower,
S. co. Antrim, on Lough Neagh, 10,895 ac., pop. 3054.
Upper Ballinderry vil. with ry. sta., is 14 miles SW. of
Belfast; P.O. Lower Ballinderry vil. is 2 m. farther W.;
P.O.-—2. Ballinderry, par., on borders of cos. Tyrone
and Londonderry, 5 miles SE. of Moneymore, on river
B., 4922 ac., pop. 2207; the rivulet flows into Lough
Neagh.—3. Ballinderry, vil. and seat, 2 miles NW.
of Rathdrum, mid. co. Wicklow.—4. Ballinderry,
hamlet, 6m. WNW. of Borrisokane, N. Tipperary; P.O.

Ballinderry Bridge, E. co. Londonderry, 5 miles
E. of Moneymore ; P.O.

Ballindine, or Ballindangan, vil., Crossboynepar.,
co. Mayo, 11 m. ENE. of Ballinrobe, pop. 225; P.O., T.O.

Ballindoon, coast par., in Connemara, W. co. Gal-
way, 5 miles S. of Clifden, 20,033 ac., pop. 3543 ; P.O.

BaUindown, hamlet, SE. co. Sligo, 7 miles N. of
Boyle, on Lough Arrow, near site of ancient abbey; P.O.

Ballindrait, vil., 2 miles NW. of Lifford, E. co.
Donegal, on river Dale, pop. 126 ; P.O.

Ballinca.—vil., 1 mile SW. of Nobber, N. co. Meath.
—2. Ballinca, 4 m. from Mullingar, co. Westmeath; p. O.

Ballinealc, vil. and seat, 3 miles NW. of New Ross,
S. co. Kilkenny, on river Nore.

Ballinegall, hamlet, in liberty of Kilmallock, co.
Limerick ; near site of ancient monastery.

Ballinfull, 5 miles from Cliffoney, N. co. Sligo ; P.O.
Ballingaddy, par., SE. co. Limerick, 3 miles S. of
Kilmallock, 5998 ac., pop. 1564.

Ballingarry.—par. and town, in co. and 16 miles
SW. of Limerick, and 5 miles SE. of Rathkeale ry. sta.
—par., 17,732 ac., pop. 3143; town, pop. 795 ; P.O., T.o.
Tuesday and Friday. It has remains
of 2 castles and a friary.—2. Ballingarry, par., SE.
co. Limerick, 8 miles E. of Kilmallock, 6113 ac., pop.
1423. — 3. Ballingarry, par. and hamlet, N. co.
Tipperary, 13 m. NE. of Nenagh ry. sta., 6683 ac., pop.
647; P.O.—4. Ballingarry, par. and vil., E. co. Tip-
perary, 15 m. SW. of Thurles ry. sta.—par., 13,714 ac.,
pop. 2948; vil., pop. 373; P.O., T.O. — 5. Ballin-
garry, old castle, N. co. Kerry, 5 miles NE. of Kerry
Head; built by Col. Crosbie during the rebellion of
1641, it is now a coastguard sta.

Ballingdon ciini Brundon, par., NE. Essex, adja-
cent to Sudbury, 850 ac., pop. 729.

Ballingeary, vil., Inchigeelagh par., W. co. Cork,

13 miles SW. of Macroom, on river Lee ; P.O.
Ballingham, par., S. Herefordshire, on river Wye,

5 miles NW. of Ross, 901 ac., jwp. 149; P.O.

Ballinglen.—seat and ry. sta., 3 miles NE. of Tina-
hely, S. co. Wicklow; P.O. — 2. Ballinglen, rivulet,
N. co. Mayo, entering Bunatrahir Bay, 3 miles SW. of
Downpatrick Head.

Ballingly, par., W. Shelmaliere bar., in co. and 12
miles SW. of Wexford, 765 ac., pop. 163.

Ballingrane, junc. sta., 3 miles N. of Rathkeale,
co. Limerick; P.O.

Ballingry, par. and hamlet, SW. Fifeshire, 3 miles
NW. of Lochgelly, 4621 ac., pop. 1065; there are ex-
tensive coal mines.

Ballinhassig, vil. with ry. sta., Ballinaboy par., co.
Cork, 64 miles SE. of Cork, on river Annabuoy ; P.O.

Ballinkeele, seat, 7 miles SE. of Enniscorthy, co.

Ballinlaw Ferry, vil., S. co. Kilkenny, 4 miles NE.
of Waterford.

Ballinleeny, hamlet, 6 miles NW. of Bruree ry. sta.’,
S. co. Limerick ; P.O.

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

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