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Ballymackney, vil., 3 miles SE. of Carrickmacross,
SE. co. Monaghan ; P.O.

Ballymacoda, vil., 4 miles SE. of Killeagh ry. sta.,
E. co. Cork, pop. 141; P.O.

Ballymaconnelly, 2 miles from Kilrea, E. co.
Londonderry; P.O.

Ballymacormlck, par., in co. and 3 miles S. of Long-
ford, 8925 ac., pop. 1515.

Ballymacward, par., E. co. Galway, 3 miles N. of
Woodlawn ry. sta., 17,258 ac., pop. 2158; P.O.

Ballymacwllllam, par., NE. King’s co., 3 miles
NW. of Edenderry, 4976 ac., pop. 525.

BaUymadnn, par., in co. and 13 miles NW. of
Dublin, 2 miles S. of Garristown, 3438 ac., pop. 266.

Baliymagarvcy, par., E. co. Meath, 4 miles SW. of
Duleek, 915 ac., pop. 44.

Ballymagauran, hamlet, W. border of co. Cavan,
5 miles NE. of Ballinamore.

Ballyinaglassan, par., SE. co. Meath, near Batters-
town ry. sta. and 4 miles S. of Dunshaughlin, 3476
ac., pop. 228.

Ballymagooly, vil., 2% m. E. of Mallow, N. co. Cork.

Ballymagorry, vil., Leckpatrick par., N. co. Tyrone,
3 miles NE. of Strabane ry. sta., pop. 127.

Ballymagulgan, vil., 6 miles from Moneymore ry.
sta., S. co. Londonderry; P.O.

Ballymahon, market town, Noughaval par., in co.
and 12 miles S. of Longford, on river Inny, 12 miles
SE. of Athlone, pop. 869;
P.O., t.o. 1 Bank. Market-
Thursday. It has several corn mills and an
extensive flax mill.

ltallymakeery, vil., Ballyvourney par., co. Cork, 8
miles NW. of Macroom, pop. 183.

Ballymakenny, par., S. co. Louth, 3 miles N. of
Drogheda, 1581 ac., pop. 283; P.O.

Ballymaleel, 4 miles from Letterkenny, N. co.
Donegal; P.O.

Ballymaloe Castle, near Cloyne, SE. co. Cork.

Ballymanus, place, 3 miles NW. of Aughrim ry.
sta., S. co. Wicklow.

Ballymany, par., in co. and 4 miles E. of Kildare,
506 ac., pop 106.

Ballymartin, par., in co. and 8 miles E. of Antrim,
2805 ac., pop. 615.

Ballymartle, par. with ry. sta., S. co. Cork, 6 miles
N. of Kinsale, 5502 ac., pop. 720.

Ballyinascanlan, par., N. co. Louth, 3 miles NE.
of Dundalk, 12,876 ac., pop. 3323 ; P.O.

Ballymatoskerty, 3 miles from Toome Bridge, W.
co. Antrim; P.O.

Ballymena, market town, Kirkinriola par., mid. co.
Antrim, on river Braid, 33 miles NW. of Belfast and
131 miles N. of Dublin by rail—township, 469 ac., pop.
8883; 4 Banks, 1 newspaper. Market-days,
and Thursday. It has extensive linen
mfrs., important flax spinning, bleaching, and dye
works ; and iron ore is worked in the vicinity.

Ballymlnney Creek, N. co. Sligo, near Sligo Bay.

Ballymitty, par., S. co. Wexford, 3 miles SW. of
Taghmon, 1364 ac., pop. 244; P.O.

Ballymodan, par., S. co. Cork, containing Bandon,
8080 ac., pop. 5476.

Ballymoe.—bar., NE. co. Galway, 89,270 ac., pop.
17,808.—2. Ballymoe, bar., mid. co. Roscommon,
23,287 ac., pop. 3018.—3. Ballymoe, vil. withry. sta.,
Drumatemple par., NE. co. Galway, on river Suck,
pop. 185; P.O., T.O. .Market-day,
Friday. It is 2
miles SW. of its sta. and 5 miles S. of Castlereagh.

Ballymolle, 4 m. from Arklow,SE. co. Wicklow; p.o.

Bally money.—par., on borders of cos. Antrim and
Londonderry, 23,088 ac., pop. 937L—2. Ballymoney,
market town, in the above par., NW. co. Antrim, on a
small affluent of the river Bann, 53 miles NW. of Bel-
fast and 150 miles N. by W. of Dublin by rail—town-
ship, 516 ac., pop. 3049; P.O., T.o., 2 Banks. Market-
Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday. It has
linen mfrs., and a good market for agricultural and dairy
produce.—3. Ballymoney, par.,«Sf co. Cork, contain-
ing Ballyneen with ry. sta., 9 miles W. of Bandon,
7309 ac., pop. 1915.—4. Ballymoney, place, 4 miles
from Gorey, NE. co. Wexford ; P.O.

Ballymoon, hamlet, 2 miles E. of Bagenalstown,
W. co. Carlow; the ruin of B. Castle is in the vicinity.

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

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