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Clanmanriee, bar., Kerry, 120,520 ac., pop. 26,027.

Clanmorris, bar., S. co.Mayo, 69,252ac., pop. 18,022.

Clannaborough, par., N. Devon, 54 miles NAY. of
Crediton, 874 ac., pop. 79.

Clanna Falls, seat, AAr. Gloucestershire, 7 miles NE.
of Chepstow.

Clanquc Battery, rock fortress, off SAY. coast of
Alderney, Channel Islands; the first of a series of
defences running round nearly 5 miles of coast from
Clanque to Fort Essex.

Clanville.—hamlet, AYeyhill par., N. Hants, 44
miles AY. of Andover.—
2. Clanville, hamlet, in par.
and 14 mile NAY. of Castle Cary, mid. Somerset.

Clanwilliam. — bar., N. co. Limerick, 55,627 ac.,
pop. 13,446.-2. ClanwlUlam, bar., AY. co. Tipperary,
115,960 ac., pop. 27,858.

Clanyard, bay (24 miles by 1 mile), Kirkmaiden par.,
SAY. AYigtownshire, 54 miles NW. of Mull of Galloway.

Claonalg, rivulet, Kintyre, Argyllshire, flowing 24
miles SE. to Kilbrannan Sound, 2| miles SAY. of Skip-
ness Point.

Clapcot, liberty, AYallingford par., N. Berks.

Clapdale, hamlet, Clapham par., N. div. AVest-Riding
Yorkshire, 64 miles NAY. of Settle. In the vicinity is
Clapdale Hall.

Clapgate, place, Little Clacton par., E. Essex, 34
miles from Thorpe sta.

Clapham.—par., on river Ouse, in co. and 14 mile
NAY. of Bedford, 1982 ac., pop. 608 ; P.O.; contains
C. Park.—2. Clapham, j>ar. withry. sta., mid. Surrey,
forming SAAL suburb of London, 1137 ac., pop. 36,380.
—3. Clapham, par. and vil., W. Sussex, 54 miles E. of
Arundel, 1807 ac., pop. 239.—4. Clapham, par. and
vil. with ry. sta., N. div. AArest-Riding Yorkshire, 6
miles NAY. of Settle, 25,299 ac., pop. 1450; P.O., and
P.O. at sta., called Clapham Station; contains Clap-
ham with Xewfiy, township, 12,037 ac., pop. 676.

Clapham Junction, ry. sta., Battersea par., mid.
Surrey, in SAY. suburbs of London.

Clapper Bocks, St Mary Isl., Scilly Islands, Cornwall.

Clappersgale, vil., on SAY. border of AYestmorland,
1 mile AY. of Ambleside.

ClapperyMill, place, 3 m. S. of South Molton, Devon.

Clapton.—hamlet, 6 miles SAY. of Brightwaltliam,
Berks.—2. Clapton, hamlet, 6 miles S. of Caxton,
Cambridgeshire.—3. Clapton, par., E. Gloucestershire,
4 miles NE. of Northleach, 783 ac., pop. 133.— 4.
Clapton, ry. sta. and dist. in NE. of London, Hackney
par., Middlesex, comprising Upper and Lower Clapton,
pop. 27,404.—5. Clapton, par., N. Northampton, on
border of co., 2 miles NE. of Thrapstone ry. sta., 1946
ac., pop. 211. — 6, Clapton, par., E. Somerset, on
Taunton Canal, 74 miles W. of Bristol, 1066 ac., pop.
196 ; P.O., called Clapton-in-Gordano.—7. Clapton,
liamlet, in par. and 24 miles SAAr. of Crewkerne, mid.
Somerset; P.O.—8. Clapton, hamlet, Maperton par.,
mid. Somerset, 54 miles S. of Bruton.

Clapton Forms, hamlet, Cucklington par., mid.
Somerset, 2 miles E. of AYincanton.

Clapton-fn-Gordano. See Clapton (E. Somerset).

Claptons Wick, tithing,Portbury par., E. Somerset,
64 miles NAY. of BristoL

Clara.—par., in co. and 4 miles E. of Kilkenny,
3201 ac., pop. 319.—2. Clara, market town with ry. sta.,
Kilbride par., N. King’s co., 6 miles NAY. of Tullamore
and 65 m. AY. of Dublin, on r. Brosna and Grand Canal,
pop. 956 ; P.O., T.O. Market-days,
Wed. and Thurs.

Clara Hill, 7 m. fromMountmellick, Queen’s co.; P.O.

Clarack, coast township, Llanbadarnfawr par., NAY.
Cardigan, 2 m. NE. of Aberystwith, 1702 ac., pop. 227.

Clarbeston, par. and vil. with ry. sta. (Clarbeston
Road), mid. Pembrokeshire, 64 miles NE. of Haverford-
west, 1588 ac., pop. 153; P.O., called Clarbeston Boad.
The vil. is 2 miles NAY. of sta.

Clarborougli, par. and vil., N. Notts, 3 miles NE.
of East Retford, 3870 ac., pop. 2946; p.o.

Clare.—eccl. dist., within Tiverton bor., N. Devon,
pop. 1758.—2. Clare, liberty, Pyrton par., SE. Oxford-
shire, 2 miles NAY. of Watlington.—3. Clare, market
town and par. with ry. sta., AY. Suffolk, on river Stour,
64 miles AY. of Long Melford and 68 miles NE. of
London, 2228 ac., pop. 1704; P.O., T.O., 2 Banks.

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

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