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Cluny Castle, seat of the Cluny Macphersons, on
r. Spey, 8| m. SW. of Kingussie, mid. Inverness-shire.

Cluny Hill Hydropathic, on Cluny Hill, in SE.
vicinity of Forres, Elginshire.

Clutton.—township, Farndon par., AY. Cheshire, 54
m. N. of Malpas, 633 ac., pop. 71.—2. Clutton, par. and
vil. with ry. sta., E. Somerset, 3 m. S. of Pensford, 1636
ac., pop. 1019;
P.O.; has a colliery and stone quarries.

Clwtybont, vil., Llanddeiniolen par., N. Carnar-
vonshire, 44 miles S. of Bangor;

Clwyd, river, Denbighshire; rises on Craig Bron-
banog, 74 miles SW. of Ruthin, and flows S., E., and
N. to Ruthin, then NW. to Irish Sea at Rhyl; 30 miles
long. The river runs through the Vale of Clwyd,
which extends from 4 miles S. of Ruthin NW. to coast
of Flintshire; 24 m. long and from 2 to 7 broad. It is
bounded on both sides by hills of moderate height, and
presents a scene of rich cultivation and quiet beauty.

Clydach.—affluent of river Usk, SE. Brecknockshire;
rises on Mynydd Llangunider mountain, and flows 7 m.
SE. and NE. to the Usk.—2. Clydacb, hamlet with
ry. sta., on river Clydach, Brecknockshire, 34 miles
SW. of Abergavenny;
P.O.—3. Clydacb, eccl. dist.,
Llangafelach and Cadoxton pars., Glamorgan, pop. 5154.
—4. Clydacb, vil., Ystradyfodwg par., Glamorgan,
94 miles NAY. of Llantrissant;
P.O., T.O.

Clydacb, Lower and Upper, 2 affluents of river
Tawe, NW. Glamorgan.

Clydacb Yale, 1 m. from Ystrad sta., Glamorgan; P.O.

Clyde, the most important river of Scotland, and
the third in point of magnitude ; it rises, in numerous
head-streams, at 1400 ft. above sea-level, on the
mountains in the extreme SE. of Lanarkshire; flows in
a NW. direction past Lanark, Hamilton, and Glasgow,
and merges in the Firtb of Clyde below Dumbarton;
is 98 miles long, has basin area of 1580 sq. m., and is
navigable to Glasgow for the largest class of merchant
vessels. Near Lanark are the celebrated Falls of Clyde,
four in number—(1) Bonnington Linn, a single leap of
30 ft.; (2) Corra Linn, forming 3 successive falls of
84 ft.; (3) Dundaff Linn, a cascade of 10 ft.; and (4)
Stonebyres, forming 3 successive falls of 70 ft. The Vale
of Clyde, or Clydesdale, is famous for its orchards,
horses, and coal and iron mines; it gives the title of
Marquis to the Duke of Hamilton.

Clyde Ironworks, vil., Old Monkland par., Lanark-
shire, on right bank of river Clyde, 3 miles SE. of
Glasgow, pop. 670.

Clydebank, vil. with ry. sta., Old Kilpatrick par.,
Dumbartonshire, on right bank of river Clyde, 54 miles
NW. of Glasgow, pop. 1634;
P.O., T.o.

Clydesdale.—vil. with ironworks, Bothwell par., N.
Lanark, near Holy town June., pop. (including Eulwood
and Milnwood) 1117.—2. Clydesdale. See

Clydey, par., NE. Pembrokeshire, 54 miles SW. of
Newcastle Emlyn, 8120 ac., pop. 1114.

Clyffe, seat, 6 miles NE. of Dorchester, Dorset; P.O.
See Cliffe.

Clyffe House, seat, N. Wilts. See Cliffe Pypard.

Clygyrog, place, Llanbadrig par., N. Anglesey, 6|
miles NW. of Llanerchymedd.

Clynder, vil., Roseneath par., Dumbartonshire, on
W. side of Gare Loch, 1 mile NW. of Roseneath; P.O.

Clynderwen, ry. sta., 5 miles SE. of Clarbeston
Road sta., Pembrokeshire;

Clyne, hamlet, Llantwitvairdre par., Glamorgan, 1
mile NE. of Neath.

Clyne, par. (containing Brora ry. sta.) and vil., SE.
Sutherlandshire, 9 miles SAY. of Helmsdale, 75,614 ac.
(1110 water), pop. 1812.

Clynelelsh, distillery, Clyne par., SE. Sutherland-
shire, 14 mile NW. of Brora ry. sta.

Clynlicw, seat, 5 miles SW. of Newcastle Emlyn,

Clynish, island, Kilmeena par., Mayo, 80ac., pop. 17.

Clynnog, par. and vil., on Carnarvon Bay, in co.
and 9 miles SW. of Carnarvon, 12,060 ac. (510 water),
pop. 1615;
P.O., called Clynnogfawr. The church,
one of the finest in North Wales, has a vaulted passage
leading to what remains of the monastery and chapel
of St Bueno. About J mile from church is St Bueno’s
AYell; in vicinity of vil., towards the sea, is a remark-
able cromlech.

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

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