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Carvillc, in co. and 2 miles NE. of Durham; P.O.

Carwinley, 4 miles from Longtown ry. sta., E.
Cumberland; P.O.

Carwinnen Carn, hill with cromlech at base, Cam-
borne par., W. Cornwall, 4 miles SW. of Redruth.

Carwinning, hill, in par. and 24 miles NW. of
Dairy, N. Ayrshire. See

Carwood, place, Hopesay par., S. Shropshire, 64
miles SE. of Bishops Castle.

Carwood House, 2 miles N. of Biggar, E. Lanarksh.

Cary, river, mid. Somerset; Sedgemoor Cut connects
it with the Parrot.

Cary, bar., N. co. Antrim, 75,035 ac., pop. 14,672;
includes Rathlin island.

Carycoats. See Carrycoats.

Cary Fitzpainc, hamlet, Charlton Mackrell par.,
mid. Somerset, 34 miles NW. of Ilchester.

Cary bytes, picturesque old seat, 2 miles N. of
Ilchester, mid. Somerset.

Carysfort, or Macreddin, vil., 5 miles SAY. of Rath-
drum, mid. co. Wicklow.

Cascob, par. and township, E. Radnorshire, 4£ miles
NW. of Presteigne—par., 4338 ac., pop. 134; township,
3108 ac., pop. 102. See
Litton and Cascob.

Casewick, hamlet and seat, Uffington par., S. Lin-
colnshire, 34 miles NE. of Stamford.

Casey Green, hamlet, Kirkby Ravensworth par.,
North-Riding Yorkshire, 4 miles N. of Richmond.

Casbcarrigan, or Kesbcarrigan, vil., 9 miles NE.
of Carrick-on-Shannon, mid. co. Leitrim ; P.O.

Casbeen Bay, between Dinnish and Gorumna isls.,
W. co. Galway.

Cashel.—ancient episcopal city and township, in
pars, of St John Baptist and St Patrick’s Rock, mid.
co. Tipperary, 6 miles SE. of Goold’s Cross and Cashel
ry. sta., 8 miles N. of Caher, and 96 miles SW. of
Dublin—township, 317 ac., pop. 3961; P.O. T.O., 2
Banks, 1 newspaper. Market-days,
Wednesday and
Saturday. The city stands in the centre of a plain.
It was the ancient seat of the kings of Munster.
Once the see of an archbishop, it was reduced to a
bishopric in 1834. C. was a pari. bor. till 1870. The
diocesan library contains 16,000 volumes. The far-
famed Rock of Casbel (300 ft. high), a stupendous
mass of limestone, is crowned with the ruins of a cathe-
dral, a chapel, and a round tower. Dean Swift (1667-
1745) was a native.—2. Cashel, hamlet, 2 miles W. of
Glenamaddy and 10 miles SAY. of Ballymoe ry. sta.,
N. co. Galway.—3. Cashel, school, Moyrus par., AY.
co. Galway.

Casbel and Islands, par., SW. co. Longford, on
Lough Ree, 6 miles S. of Lanesborough, 15,859 ac.,
pop. 2567.

Cashelmorc, hamlet, 13 miles N. of Letterkenny, N.
co. Donegal; P.O.

Cash-Fens, part of Strathmiglo, Fifeshire, pop. 698.

Cashio.—hundred, SW. Herts, 88,683ac., pop. 46,170;
contains 19 pars.—2. Cashio, or Cashiobury, hamlet,
Watford par., SW. Herts. Cashiobury Park, seat
of the Earl of Essex, is in the vicinity.

Cashla, bay, bar. Moycullen, SW. co. Galway.

Casbmoor, vil., 7 miles NE. of Blandford, Dorset.

Caskets, or Casqucts, group of barren abrupt rocks,
in English Channel, 8 miles W. of Alderney. Admiral
Balchen was wrecked here (1744). A lighthouse on the
highest rock shows a flashing light visible 15 miles.

Caskiebcn, estate with old mansion, Dyce par., SE.
Aberdeenshire, near Blackburn.

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.,
in co. and 64 miles S. of Ayr; 1 mile SE., on river
Doon, is Cassilis House, seat of the Marquis of Ailsa.

Cassington, par. and vil., in co. and 5 miles NW. of
Oxford, 2299 ac. (37 water), pop. 335.

Cassino, seat of the Marquis of Salisbury, near
Aldeburgh, E. Suffolk.

Cassley, river, S. Sutherlandshire; issues from Gorm
Loch Mor, 846 ft. above sea-level, and flows SE. to the
Oykel, 8 miles SAY. of Lairg; 204 miles long.

Cass-ny-Awin (Foot of the AVaters), a remarkable
group of rocks, on the SE. coast of the Isle of Man.

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

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