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Clonglll, par., N. co. Meath, 5 miles E. of Kells,
2387 ac., pop. 169.

Clongoonagh, seat, NE. co. Roscommon; post-town,

Clongorey Hawn, hamlet, 3 miles N. of Newbridge,
mid. co. Kildare.

Clongoweswood, college for R.C. students, near
Clane, N. co. Kildare.

Clonhugh, ry. sta. and seat, 6 miles N. of Mullingar,
N. co. Westmeath.

Clonkeehan, par., mid. co. Louth, 4 miles N. of
Ardee, 605 ac., pop. 127.

Clonkeen.—place with agricultural school, Leap
par., S. co. Cork.—2. Clonkeen, par., mid. co. Galway,

8 miles NE. of Athenry, 8213 ac., pop. 827.—3. Clon-
keen, vil., NE. co. Galway, 11 miles SW. of Ros-
common ry. sta.—4. Clonkeen, hamlet, NW. co.
Kildare, 2 miles E. of Edenderry ry. sta.—5. Clonkeen,
par., in co. and 7 miles SE. of Limerick, 1144 ac., pop.
190.—6, Clonkeen, par., W. co. Louth, 5 miles NW.
of Ardee, 4321 ac., pop. 833.

(Honiara, 3 m. from Castleconnell, co. Limerick; P.O.

Clonlea, par., E. co. Clare, 5 miles N. of Sixmile-
bridge ry. sta., 8680 ac., pop. 1728; contains C. Lough.

Clonleigh.—par. and seat, E. co. Donegal, near
Lifford, 12,364 ac., pop. 3050; P.O.—2. Clonleigh,
par., W. co. Wexford, 6 miles NE. of New Ross, 2716
ac. pop. 436.

Clonlisk, bar., SW. King’s co., 49,053 ac., pop. 6926.

Clonloghan, par., S. co. Clare, on river Shannon, 3
miles S. of Newmarket-on-Fergus, 2951 ac., pop. 331.

Clonlonan, bar., SW. co. Westmeath, 32,099 ac.,
pop. 6010.

CJoniost, seat, 6 miles NE. of Mullingar, E. co.
Westmeath; P.O.

Clonlongh, agricultural school, co. Sligo; post-
town, Boyle.

Clonlyon, hamlet, 3 m. NW. of Ferbane, King’s co.

Clonmacduff, par., W. co. Meath, 5 miles SAY. of
Navan, 2540 ac., pop. 407.

Clonmacken Point,, on N. side of river Shannon,
in co. and 14 mile below Limerick; has a fixed light
(Clonmacken Point), seen at a distance of 4 to 5 miles.

Clonmacnolse, par., NW. King’s co., on river
Shannon, containing Shannon Bridge, 5 miles NAY. of
Ferbane ry. sta., 21,918 ac., pop. 2523.    C.,    which    was

one of the chief seats of religion among the ancient Irish
and the burial-place of their princes, is also called the
“Seven Churches.” Its cathedral, churches, crosses,
and two round towers are now in ruins.

Clonmacnowen, bar., AY. co. Galway, 35,467 ac.,
pop. 7856.

Clonmannan, seat, in co. and 2 miles N. of Wicklow.

Clonmany, par. and vil., NE. co. Donegal, 12 miles
N. of Buncrana ry. sta.—par., 23,381 ac., pop. 5037;
vil., pop. 197 ; P.O. Market-days,
Tuesday and Friday.

Clonmeen.—par., N. co. Cork, on river Blackwater,
5 miles S. of Kanturk, 20,075 ac., pop. 2908.—2. Clon-
mecn, seat, NAY. co. Kildare, 2 miles N. of Edenderry
ry. sta.

Clonmel.—market and assize town, municipal bor.,
and par., cos. Tipperary and Waterford, on river Suir,
28 miles NW. of AYaterford and 135 miles SAAL of
Dublin by rail—par., 9017 ac., pop. 2157; town and
mun. bor., 331 ac., pop, 9325; 4 Banks, 2 news-
papers. Market-days,
Tuesday and Saturday. C. is
the co. town of co. Tipperary, and is situated chiefly
within that co., in the centre of a fertile district. The
river Suir is navigable hence to AYaterford ; and a con-
siderable export trade in corn and provisions is carried
on. The trade in butter is very important, 40,000
firkins and upwards being disposed of annually. There
is a well-endowed school. C. gives the title of Earl
and Viscount to the family of Scott. Lawrence Sterne
(1713-1768), author of
Tristram Shandy, was a native.
The bor. returned 1 member until 1885.—2. Clon-
mel, par., SE. co. Cork, containing part of Queens-
town, 3197 ac., pop. 2803. In the churchyard are the
remains of the Rev. Charles Wolfe, author of “Lines
on the Death of Sir John Moore.”

Clonmellon, vil., Killua par., NE. co. Westmeath,
5 miles NW. of Athboy ry. sta., pop. 456 ; P.O., 1
Bank. Market-day,

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