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Capton.—hamlet, Dittisham par., S. Devon, near
river Dart, 3£ m. N. of Dartmouth.—2. Capton, hamlet,
Stogumber par., W. Somerset, 4| miles SE. of Watchet.

Capntli, par. (partly in Forfarshire, but chiefly in
Perthshire) and vil. (wholly in Perthshire), near left
bank of river Tay, 14 m. NAY. of Murthly sta. and 5 m.
SE. of Dunkeld, 20,359 ac. (870 water), pop. 2096.

Car, rivulet, SAV". Dorset, flowing SW. to English
Channel near Lyme Eegis ; 5 miles long.

Cara, island (1 mile by 4 mile), Gigha and Cara par.,
S. Argyllshire, 1 mile S. of Gigha and 34 miles AY. of
Kintyre, pop. 4.

Caradon, vil., and Caradon Down. See Carradon.

Carali, hamlet, near Lough Carah, 17 miles W. of
Killarney, W. co. Kerry; P.O.

Caraldston. See Careston.

Carantrila Park, NE. co. Galway; post-tn.,Dunmore.

Cararn, affluent of river Avon, near Tewkesbury,
E. Gloucestershire.

Carbeck, hamlet, Eomald Kirk par., North-Riding
Yorkshire, 10 miles NAY. of Barnard Castle.

Carberry, ry. sta., 44 miles NE. of Edenderry, NW.
co. Kildare. See
Carbury (co. Kildare).

Carberry Hill, Inveresk par., Edinburghshire, 2£
miles SE. of Musselburgh, alt. 500 ft.; here, on ground
held by the English at Pinkie, and now called Queen
Mary’s Mount, Queen Mary surrendered to the con-
federate lords, June 15, 1567. On AV. slope of the hill
is Carberry Tower (1579), seat of Lord Elphinstone.

Carbery.—an extensive territory, in West-Riding of
co. Cork, formerly one bar., now consisting of bars. East
and West Carbery, each of which is sub-divided into
E. and W. divs. In ancient times it comprised the
whole SW. of the co., and was peopled by the septs
MacCarthy, O’Mahoney, O’Donovan, and O’Driscoll.—
2. Carbery, island, in Dunmanus Bay, SAY. co. Cork.

Carbery, East, bar., in 2 divs., S. co. Cork—E. div.,
67,351 ac., pop. 17,817; W. div., 105,141 ac., pop. 23,146.

Carbery, West, bar., in 2 divs., AY. co. Cork—E. div.,
79,263ac., pop. 24,213; W. div., 109,178ac.,pop. 21,476.

Carbeth, seat, near left bank of Endrick Water, 2
miles SW. of Balfron, W. Stirlingshire.

Carbelli-Gtstiirie, seat, in par. and 2J miles W. of
Strathblane vil., SAY. Stirlingshire.

Car bis Bay, hamlet with sta. on the Great Western
Ry., W. Cornwall, 1£ mile SE. of St Ives.

Carbost, vil. with distillery, Bracadale par., W.
Skye island, at head of Loch Harport, 23 miles NAY. of
Broadford; P.O.

Carbrook, eccl. dist. and hamlet, Sheffield par., S.
div. West-Riding Yorkshire, pop. 7385. The hamlet is
2 miles NE. of Sheffield; P.O.

Carbrook, seat, 3 m. NW. of Larbert, Stirlingshire.

Carbrooke, par., W. Norfolk, 8 miles SAY. of Dere-
ham, 3033 ac., pop. 612; P.O.

Carbuddo. See Kirkbuddo.

Car bnrton, township, Edwinstowe par., N. Notts,
4 miles SE. of Worksop, 2233 ac., pop. 191.

Carbnry.—bar., NW. co. Kildare, 48,264 ac., pop.
4635.—2. Carbury, par. and vil. with ry. sta. (Carberry),
in the above bar., 44 miles NE. of Edenderry, 4796 ac.,
pop. 402; P.O. The ruins of C. Castle, built by the
De Berminghams, are 14 mile from vil.—3. Carbury,
bar., N. co. Sligo, 76,592 ac., pop. 29,224.

Carcarrick Tor, eminence, E. Cornwall, 64 miles
NW. of Callington.

Carclaze, range of downs, W. Cornwall, 2 miles N.
of St Austell, alt. 665 ft. ; has an ancient tin mine.

Carclew, seat, 3| miles N. of Penryn, AY. Cornwall.

Cardiff Tor, eminence, N. Derbyshire, on Stanton
Moor, 3 miles S. of Bakewell.

Car Colston, par., S. Notts, near river Trent, 3 miles
NE. of Bingham, 1200 ac., pop. 276 ; P.O.

Carcroit, hamlet with ry. sta., Owston par., S. div.
AYest-Riding Yorkshire, 44 miles NAY. of Doncaster.

Cardan’s Wdl, Monimail par., N. Fifeshire ; long
had a medicinal repute.

Carden, township, Tilston par., W. Cheshire, 44
miles N. of Malpas, 830 ac., pop. 169; contains the
seat of Carden Hall (1643).

Cardenden, glen and vil. with ry. sta., in par. and
| mile SW. of Auchterderran vil. , and 54 miles SW.
of Thornton Junction, SW. Fifeshire, pop. 391.

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