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Carvillc, in co. and 2 miles NE. of Durham; P.O.
Carwinley, 4 miles from Longtown ry. sta., E.
Carwinnen Carn, hill with cromlech at base, Cam-
Carwinning, hill, in par. and 24 miles NW. of
Carwood, place, Hopesay par., S. Shropshire, 64
Carwood House, 2 miles N. of Biggar, E. Lanarksh.
Cary, river, mid. Somerset; Sedgemoor Cut connects
Cary, bar., N. co. Antrim, 75,035 ac., pop. 14,672;
Carycoats. See Carrycoats.
Cary Fitzpainc, hamlet, Charlton Mackrell par.,
Cary bytes, picturesque old seat, 2 miles N. of
Carysfort, or Macreddin, vil., 5 miles SAY. of Rath-
Cascob, par. and township, E. Radnorshire, 4£ miles
Casewick, hamlet and seat, Uffington par., S. Lin-
Casey Green, hamlet, Kirkby Ravensworth par.,
Casbcarrigan, or Kesbcarrigan, vil., 9 miles NE.
Casbeen Bay, between Dinnish and Gorumna isls.,
Cashel.—ancient episcopal city and township, in
Casbel and Islands, par., SW. co. Longford, on
Cashelmorc, hamlet, 13 miles N. of Letterkenny, N.
Cash-Fens, part of Strathmiglo, Fifeshire, pop. 698.
Cashio.—hundred, SW. Herts, 88,683ac., pop. 46,170;
Cashla, bay, bar. Moycullen, SW. co. Galway.
Casbmoor, vil., 7 miles NE. of Blandford, Dorset.
Caskets, or Casqucts, group of barren abrupt rocks,
Caskiebcn, estate with old mansion, Dyce par., SE.
Casncr, seat, NE. vicinity of Meopham, mid. Kent.
Cassencarrie, seat, 1 mile S. of Creetown sta., SAY.
Cassilis, sta. on Glasgow and South-Western Ry.,
Cassington, par. and vil., in co. and 5 miles NW. of
Cassino, seat of the Marquis of Salisbury, near
Cassley, river, S. Sutherlandshire; issues from Gorm
Cass-ny-Awin (Foot of the AVaters), a remarkable
Gazetteer of the British Isles, Statistical and Topographical, by John Bartholomew, F.R.G.S.
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