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Brunchaig, small loch, Moy and Dalarossie pars.,

. Bruan, vil., 8 miles SW. of Wick, Caithness-shire.

Bi'iiar, rivulet, N. Perthshire, flowing 10 miles S. to
the Garry 3 miles W. of Blair-Athole. The Falls of
Bruar are a series of cataracts and falls, having in the
upper and largest fall a descent of 200 ft.

Brucefleld.—seat, in par. and co. of Clackmannan.—
2. Brucefleld, vil. and seat, near Dunfermline, Fifesh.

Bruce Grove, sta. on branch of Great Eastern Ry.,
SE. Middlesex, 4 miles SW. of Enfield. In vicinity is
Brace Castle, school, standing on site of house which
belonged to the father of King Robert the Bruce.

Brucehavcn, harb., Inverkeithing par., on Firth of
Forth, 3 miles S. of Dunfermline, Fifeshire.

Brucehill, a tract of moor, New Deer par., Aber-

Brace’s Castle, ancient baronial round tower, St
Ninians par., Stirlingshire.

Brucli-na-Frea, one of the summits of Cuchullin
mountains, in Skye, Inverness-shire, alt. 3180 ft.

Bracken Hill, hamlet, Ecclesfield par., S. div. West-
Riding Yorkshire, 44 miles N. of Sheffield.

Brucklay, vil. and seat, New Deer par., 6 miles S.
of Strichen by rail, E. Aberdeenshire.

Bruckless, hamlet, on Bruckless Bay, in co. and 13
miles W. of Donegal; p.o,

Brue, river, W. Somerset; rises in SelwoodForest, on
E. border, and flows AV. to Bridgwater Bay; 30 m. long.

Bruen Stapleford, township, Tarvin par., W.
Cheshire, 6 miles E. of Chester, 754 ac., pop. 151.

Bruera, eccl. dist. (St Mary), St Oswald par., W.
Cheshire, on river Dee, pop. 518.

Bruern, par., W. Oxfordshire, 5 miles N. of Bur-
ford, 1876 ac., pop. 42.

Bruff, par. and market town, on river Morning Star,
mid. co. Limerick, 6 miles N. of Kilmallock ry. sta.—
par., 1330 ac., pop. 1800; town, pop. 1600; P.O., T.o.,
2 Banks. Market-day,

Brugham, affluent of river Severn, Montgomery-
shire ; joins the Severn near Llanidloes.

Bruiach, loch (2 miles by 1 mile) with small island,
Kiltarlity par., NW. Inverness-shire.

Bruichladdich, place with distillery, W. of Islay,
Argyllshire; P.O.

Bruis, par., in co. and 4 miles SW. of Tipperary,
3698 ac., pop. 760.

Bruisyard, par., E. Suffolk, on river Aide, 44 miles
NW. of Saxmundham, 1126 ac., pop. 239.

Brumby, 2 miles SAY. of Scunthorpe, N. Lincoln-
shire ; P.O.

Brnmstead, par., N. Norfolk, 54 miles SE. of North
AValsham, 789 ac., pop. 122.

Brundall, par. and ry. sta., S. Norfolk, on river
Yare, 54 miles SE. of Norwich, 544 ac., pop. 58. Near
the sta. is BrundaU House.

Brundlsli, par., E. Suffolk, 44 miles N. of Framling-
ham, 2077 ac., pop. 368; P.O.

Brundon. See Ballingdon-cum-Brundon.

Brunslow, place, Edgton par., S. Shropshire, 34
miles SE. of Bishops Castle.

Brunstane, seat, 1J mile SE. of Portobello, Edin-
burghshire ; built in 1639.

Brunstock, township, Crosby-upon-Eden par., E.
Cumberland, 3 miles NE. of Carlisle.

Brnnston, ruins of a castle, 24 miles SAY. of Penicuik,
mid. S. Edinburghshire.

Brnnswark, Burnswark, or Birrenswark, con-
spicuous hill with well-defined traces of 2 Roman
camps, near Ecclefechan, S. Dumfriesshire, alt. 920 ft.

Brunswick House, near Greenwich Park, W. Kent;
was frequently the residence of Lord Chesterfield, and
afterwards of the Duchess of Brunswick.

Brunt, hill, Dunbar par,, Haddingtonshire, 3 miles
SE. of Haddington, alt. 737 ft.

Bruntcliffc, hamlet, 1 mile from Leeds, West-Riding
Yorkshire; P.O.

BruntclilTe Thorne, hamlet, Morley par., S. div.
AYest-Riding Yorkshire, 6 miles W. of AYakefleld.

Brunthwaitc, hamlet, Silsden township, Kildwick
par., N. div. West-Riding Yorksh., 3 m. N. of Keighley.

Brunttngthorpe, par., S. Leicestershire, 5 miles
NE. of Lutterworth, 1320 ac., pop. 304; P.O.

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