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Craignair, granite quarries, Buittle par., Kirkcud-
brightshire, near Dalbeattie.

Craignamaddy, hill, 5 miles N. of Moville, N. co.
Donegal, alt. 1054 ft.

Craigneil Castle, old tower, in par. and near Colmon-
ell, SW. Ayrshire; was a hiding-place of Robert Bruce.

Craignethan Castle, ruins, in co. and 4¼ m. NAY. of
Lanark; the “Tullietudlem” of Scott’s
Old Mortality.

Craignenk, town, Dalziel par., N. Lanarkshire, pop.
2330; forms part of Wishaw.

Craignish, par., AY. coast of Argyllshire, 18 miles
NW. of Lochgilphead, 9813 ac., pop. 451; contains re-
mains of a large, strong, mediaeval fortress, and vestiges
of numerous rude forts, supposed to be Scandinavian.
Loch Craignish, between Craignish and Kilmartin
pars., 6 miles long and from 3 miles to 1 mile wide,
forms near its head a commodious harbour, with good
anchorage. Craignish Point flanks AV. side of loch’s
mouth ; 2¼ miles NE. of point is Craignish Castle.

Craignnire, hamlet with steamboat pier, Torosay
par., Mull island, Argyllshire ; P.O.

Craigo, manufacturing vil. withry. sta., 5 m. NAY. of
Montrose, E. Forfarshire; 1¼ m. S. of sta. is C. House.

Craigoch, stream, W. Wigtownshire, flowing 4 miles
SAY. to the sea at Dunskey Castle, ¼ m. SE. of Portpatrick.

Craigowl, summit of Sidlaw Hills, Glamis par., S.
Forfarshire, alt. 1493 ft.

Craigphadrick, wooded hill with vitrified fort, in
co. and 2¼ miles AY. of Inverness, alt. 430 ft. ; the fort
is supposed by some to be the palace of Brude, King of
Piets, visited by Columba in 565.

Craigrie, vil., in par. and nr. town of Clackmannan.

Craigrossie, one of the most conspicuous summits of
the Ochils, S. Perthshire, near Auchterarder, 1250 ft.

Craigrothie, vil., in par. and 2 miles W. of Ceres,
Fifeshire; P.O.

Craigrownie, quoad sacra par., Roseneath par., SAY.
Dumbartonshire, comprising the police bnrgh of Kil-
creggan and Cove, pop. 1136 ; in the par., near Baron’s
Point, is Craigrownie Castle.

Craigroy, eminence, mid. Ross-shire, 5 miles SE. of
head of Loch Maree.

Craigroyston, or Hob Hoy’s Cave, cavern, Stirling-
shire, on E. side of Loch Lomond, near Inversnaid.

Craigs.—hamlet, Liberton par., Edinburghshire.—2.
Craigs, seat, in co. and 2 m. E. of Dumfries.—3. Craigs,
vil., SE. Stirlingshire. See Rumford and Craigs.

Craigs, par., AY. co. Antrim, on river Maine, 5 miles
NW. of Ballymena, 12,365 ac., pop. 6673 ; P.O.

Craigs of Ness, rocky gorge on river Doon, Ayrshire,
immediately below Loch Doon.

Craigskean, ruined fortalice, Maybolepar., Ayrshire.

Craigsparrow, S. section of Newburgh par., Fife.

Craigston, place with school, Barra par., Outer
Hebrides, Inverness-shire.

Craigston Castle, seat (1604), 4¼ miles NE. of Turriff,
NW. Aberdeenshire.

Craigtkornhill, seat, Glassford par., Lanarkshire,
5 miles SE. of Hamilton.

Craigton.—estate with old mansion (1635) and
bleachfield, New Kilpatrick par., SE. Dumbartonshire,
on C. Burn, 2 miles NAY. of Milngavie.—2. Craigton,
vil., Monikie par., S. Forfarshire, 5 miles NW. of Car-
noustie; P.O.—3. Craigton, vil., Airlie par., W. Forfar-
shire, 4 miles SAY. of Kirriemuir.—4. Craigton, seat,
Abercorn par., Linlithgowshire, 2 miles NAY. of AYinch-
burgh sta.—5. Craigton, hamlet and school, Peter-
culter par., Aberdeenshire, a little N. of Culter sta.

Craigullian, loch, Strathblane par., Stirlingshire.

Craigvinean, wild wooded hill, Little Dunkeld par.,
Perthshire, at confluence of Tay and Bran, alt. 1247 ft.

Craig-y-Barns, or Craigwood, wooded pyramidal
hill, near Dunkeld, Perthshire, alt. 558 ft.

Craig-y-Dinas.—eminence with Roman camp, in co.
and 7 m. SW. of Carnarvon.—2. Craig-y-»inas, emin-
ence with British fort, E. Merioneth, 4¼ m. N. of Barmouth.

Craig-y-Don, seat, near Beaumaris, Anglesey.

Craig-y-Gaerwyd, precipitous rock with Roman
camp, Monmouthshire, on river Usk, l¼m. NAY. of Usk.

Craig-y-Grybni, place with blue-slate quarries, in
par. and near Llangynog, Montgomeryshire.

Craig-y-Llyn, loftiest summit in Glamorgan, near
head of vale of Neath, 6 miles AY. of Aberdare.

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

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