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Barrow, Little, or Cushina, rivulet, W. Kildare,
flowing from the Bog of Allen to the river Barrow,
above Monastereven.

Barrow Minchin, hamlet, Barrow Gurney par., E.
Somerset, about 5 miles SW. of Bristol.

Barrowmount, hamlet, E. co. Kilkenny, on river
Barrow, 5 miles S. of Bagenalstown.

Barrow, North, par., mid. Somerset, 3 miles SW.
of Castle Cary, 751 ac., pop. 118.

Barrow-on-Humhcr, par. and vil. with ry. sta.
(Barrow Haven), N. Lincolnshire, opposite Hull and
3 miles E. of Barton, 5990 ac., pop. 2711;
p. o., T. o. The
castle, an ancient British camp, is 1 mile to NW. of vil.

Barrow-on-Soar, par. and township with ry. sta.,
N. Leicestershire, 3 miles SE. of Loughborough—par.,
9160 ac. (area of par. includes Mount Sorrell Southend,
which is in another parish), pop. 6400 ; township, 2510
ac., pop. 2024; P.O.; has mfrs. of lace and hosiery.
Bishop Beveridge (1638-1708), Oriental scholar and
author, was a native.

Barrow, South, par., mid. Somerset, 4 miles SW.
of Castle Cary, 752 ac., pop. 122.

Barrow upon Trent, par. and township, in S. of
co. and 5 miles S. of Derby, on river Trent—par., 5840
ac., pop. 573; township, pop. 299 ; P.O.

Barr, Perry. See Perry Barr.

Barr’s Court, ry. sta., in city of Hereford.

Barrule, North, mountain peak, Isle of Man, 2 miles
SW. of Ramsey, alt. 1842 ft.

Barrule, South, mountain peak, Isle of Man, 5
miles SE. of Peel, alt. 1584 ft.

Barry, coast par. and vil., Glamorgan, 8 m. SE. of
Cowbridge, 539 ac., pop. 85 ; has ruins of ancient castle.

Barry, coast par. and vil. with ry. sta., near Car¬
noustie, S. Forfarshire, and 8½ miles NE. of Dundee
by rail, 5328 ac., pop. 3233; the annual camp of in¬
struction for artillery volunteers in Scotland and the
north of England is held here.

Barry Island, island (1 mile long, containing 300
acres), S. coast of Glamorgan, separated from Barrow
par. by a narrow channel passable at low water.

Barrymore, bar., E. co. Cork, 148,700 ac.; pop. 33,823.

Barry Point, SE. co. Cork, 2 miles NE. of Oyster-

Barryroe, bar., united to Ihane: which see.

Barshy, township, Ashby Folville par., in N. of co.
and 8 miles NE. of Leicester, 1030 ac., pop. 254.

Barsham, par., E. Suffolk, 2 miles SW. of Beccles,
near river Waveney, 1722 ac., pop. 305.

Barsham, East, par., W. Norfolk, 2 miles N. of
Fakenham, 1167 ac., pop. 180.

Barsham, North, par., W. Norfolk, 3½ miles N. of
Fakenham, 1015 ac., pop. 94.

Barsham, West, par., W. Norfolk, 2| miles N. of
Fakenham, 1571 ac., pop. 99.

Barshaw, seat, 4½ mile E. of Paisley, Renfrewshire.

Bar shell, hill, in Tinwald par., Dumfriesshire, with
traces of an early Scottish camp.

Barstahle, hundred, S. Essex, area 71,373 ac.,
pop. 16,026.

Barston.—par., N. Warwickshire, 8 miles W. of
Coventry, 1866 ac., pop. 322; P.O.—2. Barston (Kent).

Barskiinming, seat, 2 miles SW. of Mauchline, N.
Ayrshire, on river Ayr.

Barswick, bold prom., on W. side of S. Ronaldshay
island, Orkney.

Bartestree, par., in mid. of co. and 6 miles NE. of
Hereford, pop. 199; P.O. It has a Roman Catholic
nunnery founded in 1870.

Barthomley, par. and township, W. Cheshire, 7
miles E. of Nantwich—par., 11,258 ac., pop. 4493;
township, 1961 ac., pop. 372; P.O.

Barthorpe. See Acklam with Barthoepe.

Bartington, township, Great Budworth par., mid.
Cheshire, 4 miles NW. of Northwich, 310 ac., pop. 96.

Bartinncy, or Bartine, hill, Cornwall, near Land’s
End, alt. 689 ft. ; commands a good view.

Bartlemy, 7 miles S. of Fermoy, E. co. Cork; p.o.

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

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