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Carharrack, large vil., 2 miles SE. of Redruth, W.
Cornwall; a railway for mineral traffic passes through
the vil.; P.O.

Carhayes-Barton, hamlet, St Michael Carhayes
par., W. Cornwall, 3 miles SE. of Tregony. Carhayes
Castle, seat, is in the vicinity.

Carhayes, St Michael. See St Michael Carhayes.

Carhurlie, coast hamlet, 2 m. from Largo, E. Fifesh.

Carie, hamlet, on N. side of Loch Tay, 6£ miles NE.
of Killin, AY. Perthshire.

Carincot. See Carlingcott.

Carington. See Carrington.

Carinish, vil., on S. coast of N. Uist island, Inver-
ness-shire, 13 miles SW. of Lochmaddy,
pop. 228 ; P.O.

Carisbrooke, par. and vil., Isle of AYight, 1 mile SW.
of Newport, 8613 ac., pop. 8304;
P.O.; has a very ancient
castle, in which Charles I. was confined (1647-8). In
1859 a Roman villa was discovered at Carisbrooke.

Carity, stream, mid. Forfarshire, flowing 9 miles S.
and E. to the river S. Esk at Inverquharity.

Cark, vil. with ry. sta., on Morecambe Bay, N.
Lancashire, 5J miles SE. of Ulverston;
P.O., designated

Cark, hill, bar. Raphoe, mid. co. Donegal, 1198 ft.

Carkecl, vil., St Stephens by Saltash par., E. Corn-
wall, 2 miles NAV. of Saltash.

Carkin and Forcett, township, Gilling par., North-
Riding Yorkshire, 8 miles NE. of Richmond, 2270 ac.
(18 water), pop. 206.

Carland, 3m. from Dungannon, SE. co. Tyrone; P.O.

Carlanstoivn, vil., 2g miles NE. of Kells, N. co.
Meath, pop. 131;

Carlatton, par., E. Cumberland, 10 miles SE. of
Carlisle, 1462 ac., pop. 67.

Carlaverock. See Caerlaverock.

Carl bury, hamlet, Coniscliffe par., S. Durham, on
river Tees, 5J? miles NW. of Darlington.

Carlby, par., S. Lincolnshire, on river Glen, 5 miles
NE. of Stamford, 1020 ac., pop. 163.

Carlcoates, hamlet, Penistone par., S. div. AVest-
Riding Yorkshire.

Carleen, vil., Breage par., W. Cornwall, 31? miles
NAY. of Helston.

Carless Green, school, Stourbridge dist., AYorcestersh.

Carles Work, stone embankment, N. Derbyshire, on
moorland tract between Castleton and Hathersage.

Carleton.—hamlet, St Cuthbert par., E. Cumber-
land, 2 miles SE. of Carlisle.—2. Carleton, hamlet
and seat, Drigg par., W. Cumberland, on river Mite,

2 miles NE. of Ravenglass.—3. Carleton, hamlet and
seat, in par. and 1 mile SE. of Penrith, E. Cumberland,
on river Eamont.—4. Carleton, township, Poulton-le-
Fylde par., N. Lancashire, 1 mile SAV. of Poulton,
2012 ac., pop. 1377.—5. Carleton, township, in par.
and 3 miles SW. of Pontefract, E. div. West-Riding
Yorkshire, 589 ac., pop. 334.—6. Carleton. See also

Carleton, small bay, and hill (500 ft.), crowned with
ruined fortalice, 6£ miles SW. of Girvan, SW. Ayrshire.

Carleton Forcboe, par., S. Norfolk, on river Yare,
3J miles NW. of Wymondham, 772 ac., pop. 130.

Carleton-Rodc, par., S. Norfolk, 2 miles NE. of New
Buckenham, 2631 ac., pop. 772.

Carleton St Peter, par., S. Norfolk, near river Yare,

3 miles NW. of Loddon, 772 ac., pop. 94.

Carlford, hundred, E. Suffolk, 26,539 ac., pop. 5987 ;

contains 15 pars.

Carlingcott, or Carincot, hamlet, Camerton and
Dunkerton pars., E. Somerset, 4J? miles SE. of Bath.

Carlingford, market and seaport town and par., N.
co. Louth, on S. side of C. Lough, 13 miles NE. of
Dundalk and 69 miles N. of Dublin by rail—par.,
19,924 ac., pop. 7687 ; town, pop. 727 ;
P.O., t.o.
Market-day, Saturday. The inhabitants are chiefly
engaged in fishing, large quantities of oysters being
exported. There are remains of a castle and a monas-
tery. Carlingford Mountain (1935 ft.) rises on the
NW. side of the town.

Carlingford, Lougli, a sea-inlet, between cos. Down
and Louth, about 10 miles long and 2 miles wide; has
depth of water for the largest ships, but its entrance is
dangerous from sunken rocks. There are lighthouses
at Haulbowline Rock, at the western edge of the shoal

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

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