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Camp, hamlet, Miserdenpar., E. Gloucestershire, 54
miles NE. of Stroud.

Camp.—hamlet, St Ninian’s par., Stirlingshire, 2\
miles SE. of Bannockburn. — 2. Camp, hill with
ancient fort, Yetholm par., Roxburghshire, alt. 1153ft.;
the fort is 250 yards in diameter, and has 2 ramparts
and 2 fosses.—3. Camp, the common name of ancient
forts—on summit of Turin hill, in co. and 4| miles NE.
of Eorfar; in Old Monkland par., Lanarkshire; and in
Roberton par., Roxburghshire.

Camp, 9 miles W. of Tralee, AY. co. Kerry ; P.O.

Cans pan Point, prom., AV. Bude Harb., AV. coast
of Cornwall; has an octagonal tower for the use of the

Campbell’s Cairn, Knockando par., Elginshire;
traditionally the scene of a defeat of the Campbells.

Campbell town, modern fishing vil. and sea-bathing
resort, named after the Campbells of Cawdor, 14 mile
NAV. of Fort George ry. sta., NE. Inverness-shire, pop.
831. See

Campbeltown, pari, and royal burgh, par., and sea-
port, Kintyre, Argyllshire, 11 miles NE. of Mull of
Kintyre, 83 SAV. of Glasgow, 131 SAV. of Edinburgh,
and 384 NAV. of London—par., 44,220 ac., pop. 9755;
pari, burgh, pop. 7558; royal burgh, pop. 5070; P.O.,
T.o., 3 Banks, 2 newspapers. Market-day,
was the original seat of the Dalriad Scots; has 22 dis-
tilleries ; is the rendezvous of hundreds of fishing-smacks
and wherries, and possesses considerable export trade
in whisky, herrings, sheep, and cattle. (For shipping
statistics, see Appendix.) The sea-loch, at the head of
which it stands, forms a splendid natural harbour. On
the old and new pier heads are fixed lights seen 2 miles.
The burgh unites with Ayr, Irvine, Inveraray, and Oban
in returning 1 member to Parliament.

Campden, or Chipping Campden, market town and
par. with ry. sta., E. Gloucestershire, 94 miles SE. of
Evesham and 99 miles AV. of London, 4660 ac., pop.
1861; P.O., T.o., 1 Bank, 1 newspaper. Market-day,
Wednesday. In the vicinity is Campden Honse.

Campden, Broad, hamlet, 1 mile SE. of Chipping
Campden, E. Gloucestershire.

Camperdown, seat of the Earl of Camperdown, and
ry. sta., Liff and Benvie par., S. Forfarshire—seat 34
miles, and sta. 5J miles, NAV. of Dundee.

Campfield, ancient earthwork, in par. and 4 mile E.
of North Stoke, AV. Sussex; many antiquities have
been found here.

Campfield.—hamlet and seat, Kincardine o’ Neil
par., S. Aberdeenshire, 6 miles NAV. of Banchory ; P.O.
—2. Campfield, place, on river Don, in co. and 16
miles NAV. of Aberdeen; here Robert Bruce’s army is
said to have encamped on eve of battle of Inverurie.

Camp Hill.—place with traces of Roman camp, at
Gunnerton, S. Northumberland, 3 miles NAV. of Chol-
lerton.—2. Camp Hili, sta. on branch of Midland Ry.,
E. Worcestershire, 3 miles SW. of Birmingham.

Camphill, seat, and hill with vestiges of ancient
camp, Cathcart par., E. Renfrewshire.

Campbouse, place supposed to have been site of
Roman fort, Gretna par., SE. Dumfriesshire.

Camping Hill, Stiff key par., N. Norfolk; supposed
to cover remains of entrenchments.

Camp-Knowe, conical hill, anciently surrounded by
a ditch, Blantyre par., Lanarkshire.

Cample, rivulet, N. Dumfriesshire, flowing 8 miles
SW. to the Nith 14 mile below Thornhill.

Campmuir.—hamlet with remains of ancient camp,
Kettins par., Forfarshire, 2 miles S. of Coupar-Angus.
—2. Campmuir, locality, Langton par., Berwickshire;
has traces of encampment made after rebellion of 1715.

Camp, North, ry. sta. See North Camp (Aldershot).

Camps, affluent of Clyde, at Crawford vil., S.
Lanarkshire; has, near its banks, on AVhitecamp Farm,
a Roman camp.

Campsail, bay with good anchorage, Dumbartonsh.,
on SW. side of Gare Loch, 2£ miles AV. of Helensburgh.

Campgall, par. and township, S. div. West-Riding
Yorkshire, 7 miles NW. of Doncaster—par., 10,539 ac.,
pop. 1983 ; township, 1730 ac., pop. 306 ; P.O.; contains
CampsaU Hall.

Campsbank, hill, supposed to have been occupied
by Roman camp, near Carnock vil., SW. Fifeshire.

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