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Stornoway; has one of the most perfect “ Druidical ”
circles in Britain.

CaUerton, Black. See Black Callerton.

CaUerton, High, township, Ponteland and Newburn
pars., S. Northumberland, 6J miles NAV. of Newcastle-
on-Tyne, 1025 ac., pop. 99.

Callerton, Little, township, Ponteland par., S.
Northumberland, 6 miles NAV. of Newcastle-on-Tyne,
592 ac., pop. 16.

Callestick, hamlet, 4| miles NAV. of Truro, AV.
Cornwall; P.O.

Callievar, hill, mid. Aberdeenshire, 4 miles AV. of
Alford, alt. 1747 ft.

Calligray, or Killigray, island (2 miles by 1 mile),
Outer Hebrides, Inverness-shire, in Sound of Harris.

Callington, or Kellington, market town and par.,
E. Cornwall, 11 miles S. of Launceston and 213 miles
SAV. of London, 2492 ac., pop. 1925; P.O., T.O., 2
Banks. Market-day,

Callingwood, hamlet, Tatenhill par., E. Stafford-
shire, 3J? miles SAV. of Burton-upon-Trent.

CaUioeh, headland, NAV. Mull island, Argyllshire, 9
miles SAV. of Ardnamurchan Point.

CaUis Court and GaHis Grange, adjacent hamlets,
St Peter par., E. Kent, 2 miles N. of Ramsgate.

_ Callisham, hamlet, in par. and \ mile SAV. of Meavy
vil., S. Devon.

Callivcr, Bcrrach, and Bryngwyn, conjoint
hamlet, Llanffhangel-Aberbythych par., Carmarthen-
shire, near Llandilofawr.

Callocs. See Kellaways.

Gallon End, Powick par., in co. and 4 miles S. of
AVorcester; P.O., called Gallon.

Callow.—township and seat, in par. and 2 miles
SAV. of AVirksworth, N. Derbyshire, 763 ac. (17 water),
pop. 93.—2. Callow, par., in co. and 4 miles S. of
Hereford, 621 ac., pop. 116.—3. Callow, 3 miles from
Kempsey, AVorcestershire; P.O.

Callow, place with agricultural school, 4 miles E. of
Foxford, N. co. Mayo ; P.O.

Callow Down, eminence, on SAV. border of Bucks,
2 miles SAV. of Princes Risborough.

Callowell, hamlet, AVhiteshill par., E. Gloucester-
Vj mile NAV. of Stroud.

Callow Hill, hamlet, Feckenham par., E. AVorces-
tershire, 5 miles SE. of Bromsgrove.

t ail mil’s Hill, wooded eminence, with remains of
camp of Marquis of Montrose, Ferntower Park, Crieff
par., Perthshire.

Call wen, eccl. dist., Devynnock and Llywell pars.,
E. Brecknockshire, pop. 174.

Cally.—seat, Girthon par., S. Kirkcudbrightshire,
1 mile S. of Gatehouse of Fleet; J mile N. is the old
House of CaUy, now an ivy-clad ruin.—2. Cally, seat,
Bendochy par., NE. Perthshire, on river Ardle, 1£ mile
NAV. of Bridge of Cally and'7 m. NAV. of Blairgowrie.

Calmsden, "tithing, North Cerney par., E. Glou-
4\ miles NE. of Cirencester.

Calnadulach, vil., Muckairn par., Argyllshire, near
Connel Ferry.

Caine.—hundred, N. AVilts, 18,144 ac., pop. 4273.—
2. Caine, town and mun. bor. and par., N. AVilts, 6
miles SE. of Chippenham and 99 AV. of London by rail
—par., 8079 ac., pop. 5194 ; town, 410 ac., pop. 3405;
mun. bor., 939 ac., pop. 2474; P.O., T.O., 2 Banks.
Wednesday; has flax-mills, paper-mills,
and flour-mills, but the principal trade is the curing of
bacon. The bor. returned 1 member until 1885.

Calow, township, in par. and 2£ miles E. of Chester-
field, E. Derbyshire, 1339 ac., pop. 563.

Calrossic, seat, Logie-Easter par., E. Ross-shire, 1
mile NE. of Nigg ry. sta.

Calry, par., N. co. Sligo, containing part of Sligo
town, 9974 ac., pop. 4522.

Calsliot, or Calshot Castle, hamlet, coastguard
station, and seat, S. Hants, at AV. side of mouth of
Southampton AVater, 7 miles SE. of Southampton.
Off C. Castle, and on E. side of channel, is a light-
vessel, with revolving light (Calshot) seen 9 miles.

, Calstock, par. andvil., E. Cornwall, onr. Tamar, 6 m.
SAV. of Tavistock, 6133 ac., pop. 6517; P.O., T.o.,2 Banks.

Calstone-Wellington, par., N. Wilts, 2 miles SE. of
Caine, 308 ac., pop. 45; P.O., designated Calstone.

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

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