Ben Macdhui, mountain, SW. Aberdeenshire, form¬
ing one of the Cairngorm group, alt. 4296 ft. Next to
Ben Nevis it is the highest mountain in Great Britain.
Ben Mhanarch, mountain, Dumbartonshire, 3 miles
NE. of Garelochhead, alt. 2328 ft.
Ben Mheadoin, a peak of the Cairngorm mountains,
Kirkmichael par., S. Banffshire, alt. 3883 ft.
Ben Mhic-Mhonaidh, mountain, Glenorchy par.,
Argyllshire, alt. 2602 ft.
Ben Mholach, mountain, NW. Perthshire, 2758 ft.
Ben More.—mountain, Killinpar., SW. Perthshire,
10 miles W. of Lochearnhead, alt. 3843 ft.—2. Ben
More, Assynt par., SW. Sutherlandshire, alt. 3273 ft.
—3. Ben More, mountain, on Mull island, W. Argyll¬
shire', alt. 3185 ft.; is the highest mountain on the island.
—4. Ben More, mountain, Cowal dist., SE. Argyll¬
shire, on W. side of Loch Eck, alt. 2433 ft. Ben
More House is situated 4 miles SE. of the mountains
summit.—5. Ben More, mountain, on Rum island,
Argyllshire, alt. 2367 ft.—6. Ben More, mountain,
S. Uist island, Outer Hebrides, on N. shore of Loch
Eynort, alt. 2035 ft.—7. Ben More, mountain, Ross-
shire, in Lewis island, Outer Hebrides, 19 miles SW. of
Stornoway, alt. 1750 ft.
Ben More Coigach, - mountain, Cromartyshire, N.
side of Loch Broom, alt. 2438 ft.
Benmore Head, or Fair Head, N. co. Antrim, 4
miles NE. of Ballycastle, alt. 636 ft.
Ben-na-Caillich, 2 mountains, SE. of Skye island,
the first 2½ miles W. of Broadford, alt. 2403 ft.; the
other 2 miles N. of Kyle Rhea, alt. 2396 ft.
Bennachie, group of hills, Aberdeenshire, near
Alford; highest point, 1698 ft.
Bcn-na-Lap, mountain, S. Inverness-shire, E. of
Loch Treig, alt. 3066 ft.
Ben-nan-Aighean, mountain, Ardchattan par., Ar¬
gyllshire, alt. 3141 ft.
Bcnnanc Head, on S. coast of Ayrshire, 10 miles S.
Bcnnan Head, S. point of Arran island, Buteshire.
Bcnnan Hill, Straiton par., mid. Ayrshire, 929 ft.
Benncbeola, Twelve Pins of, mountain group,
NW. co. Galway ; chief summit, Benbaun, 2395 ft. high.
Bennekerry, in co. and 4 miles SE. of Carlow; P.O.
Bennetland, hamlet, Eastrington par., East-Riding
Yorkshire, 5 miles NE. of Howden.
Bennetts Bridge, vil. with ry. sta., in co. and
5 miles S. of Kilkenny, on river Nore, pop. 182 ; P.O.
Bennetts End, township, Cainham par., S. Shrop¬
shire, 3J miles SE. of Ludlow.
Bennetts Houses, hamlet, Ha warden par., E.
Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in Great Britain,
SW. Inverness-shire, immediately SE. of Loch Eil, at
Fort-William, alt. 4406 ft. It has a circumference of
over 24 miles at the base. Precipices of great height
are on its N. side, and in some of the fissures the snow
remains unmelted even in the warmest summer. An
observatory of the Scottish Meteorological Society was
erected on its summit in 1883.
Ben Newe, hill, W. Aberdeenshire, alt. 1750 ft.
Benninghrough, township, Newton-on-Ouse par.,
North-Riding Yorkshire, 7 miles NW. of York, 1092
ac., pop. 74. Benninghrough Hall is in the vicinity.
Benningholmc and Grange, township, Swine par.,
East-Riding Yorkshire, 7 miles SE. of Beverley, 1471
ac., pop. 120.
Bennington.—par. and vil., N. Herts, 5 miles SE. of
Stevenage, 2949 ac., pop. 578; P.O.—2. Bennington
(by Boston), par., S. Lincolnshire, on river Wash, 5
miles NE. of Boston, 6992 ac., pop. 542 ; P.O.
Bennington Grange, par., S. Lincolnshire, 8 miles
NW. of Grantham, pop. 14.
Bennington, Long, par. and vil., S. Lincolnshire, on
river Witham, 8 miles NW. of Grantham, pop. 910.
Bcnniworth, par., mid. Lincolnshire, on the Wolds,
5½ miles NE. of Wragby, 2994 ac., pop. 381; P.O.
Ben Odhar, mountain, on borders of Perthsh. and
Argyllsh., 2½ miles NE. of Tyndrum sta., alt. 2948 ft.
Ben Oir, one of the Paps of Jura, Jura island,
Argyllshire, alt. 2569 ft.
Benone, 4 miles from Magilligan, co. Londonderry;
Gazetteer of the British Isles, Statistical and Topographical, by John Bartholomew, F.R.G.S.
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