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Carsiogte, estate with mansion of 14th century, in
par. and 14 mile AV. of Cupar, NE. Fifeshire; was for
nearly 500 years the seat of the Clephane family.

Carslnith, old tower, Kirkmabreck par., SAV. Kirk-
cudbrightshire, on the coast, 34 miles SE. of Creetown;
birthplace of Gilbert Brown, last abbot of Newabbey.

Carsphairn, par. and vil., N. Kirkcudbrightshire,
on Water of Deugh, 10 miles SE. of Dalmellington sta.,
54,624 ac., pop. 484; P.O.

Carstairs, par. and vil., E. Lanarkshire—par., 9820
ac., pop. 1955; vil., pop. 528; P.O.; the vil. is 1 mile
NAV. of C. June. Carstairs House is 1 mile SAV. of
C. June. Carstairs, anciently called Castleterres, sig-
nifying the castle or fort of the estate, is supposed to
have been the Roman

Carstairs Junction, vil. and ry. sta., Carstairs and
Carnwath pars., E. Lanarkshire, 284 miles SW. of
Edinburgh, 314 miles SW. of Glasgow, and 363 miles
NW. of London, pop. 888 ; P.O.

Carswell, hamlet, in par. and 1 mile W. of Buck-
land, N. Berks.

Cart, affluent of Clyde, Renfrewshire ; is formed by
the union of the Black Cart and White Cart at Inch-
innan Bridge, and flows 1 mile N. to Clyde 14 mile N.
of Renfrew. Black Cart issues from Castle Semple
Loch, Lochwinnoch par., and flows 9 miles NE.; White
Cart rises on the moors of Eaglesham, and flows 184
miles N. and W.

Cartbridge, 1 mile from Woking ry. sta., Surrey; P.O.

Carter Fell, a summit of the Cheviot Hills, on the
Border, 11 miles SE. of Jedburgh and 17 miles NW. of
Bellingham, alt. 1815 ft.

Carterhaugh, wooded peninsula, at confluence of the
Ettrick and Yarrow, in co. and 2£ miles SAY. of Sel-
kirk ; is the scene of the fairy ballad of

Carter Knowl, hamlet, 44 miles SW. of Sheffield,
S. div. West-Riding Yorkshire.

Cartermoor, hamlet, Ponteland par., S. North-
umberland, 64 miles SAY. of Morpeth.

Carthamartha Rocks, group of picturesque cliffs,
E. Cornwall, 44 miles S. of Launceston.

Carthew, vil., St Austell par., E. Cornwall, 1 mile
from Treverbyn church.

Carthkenny, affluent of river Cymmen, W. Car-
marthenshire, at St Clear.

Cartborpe, township, Burneston par., North-Riding
Yorkshire, 44 m. SE. of Bedale, 2112 ac., pop. 325; P.O.

Cartington, township, in par. and 3 mues NW. of
Rothbury, 2793 ac., pop. 74.

Cartland, vil., in co. and 2 miles NAY. of Lanark;
1 mile NW. of Lanark are C. Crags, a vast chasm
forming the bed of Mouse Water; the rocks have an
alt. of about 400 ft., and a bridge of 3 semicircular
arches, 129 ft. high, spans the ravine.

Cartlett.—hamlet, Guiting Power par., W. Glouces-
tershire, 44 miles SE. of Winchcomb.—2. Cartlett,
suburb of Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire.

Cartley Hole, name of the farm on which Sir Walter
Scott erected the mansion of
Abbotsford : which see.

Cartmel, market town and par. with ry. sta., N.
Lancashire, 6 miles E. of Ulverston and 251 miles NW.
of London, 28,428 ac. (79 water) and 12,534 ac. fore-
shore, pop. 5600; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank. Market-day,
Tuesday; contains Cartmel Fell, township, 64 miles
NE. of Cartmel, 4958 ac., pop. 293.

Carton, seat of the Duke of Leinster, near May-
nooth, N. co. Kildare; visited by Queen Victoria in 1849.

Cartown, seat and school, Termonfeckin par., S. co.
Louth, near Drogheda.

Cartron.—hamlet, near Oranmore, S. co. Galway.—
2. Cartron, seat, 2 m. S. of Ballymahon, co. Longford.

Cartsbum, dist. in E. of Greenock, Renfrewshire,
pop. 10,639.

Cartsdyke, E. suburb of Greenock, with ry. sta.

Cartworth, township and town, Kirkburton par., S.
div. West-Riding Yorkshire, 6 miles S. of Huddersfield,
2263 ac. (19 water), pop. 2379 ; town, pop. 2037.

Carty, harb., Pennmghame par., E. Wigtownshire,
on river Cree, 2 miles SE. of Newton-Stewart.

CarvarchiU, vil., in par. and 34 miles NE. of St
Davids, W. Pembrokeshire.

Carvie, rivulet, Strathdon par., W. Aberdeenshire,
flowing 3 miles N. to the Don.

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