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Crnister, hamlet, Dunrossness par., Shetland, in S.
of Mainland, near Sandwick.

Crnit, island, bar. Banagh, AV. co. Donegal.

Cruivie, ruined square tower, Logie par., NE. Fife.

Crum Castle, seat, Fermanagh. See Crom Castle,

Crumlln, vil. with ry. sta, 5 miles SW. of Pontypool,
Monmouthshire; P.O., T.O. C. Viaduct, onry. between
Pontypool and Merthyr, is in 10 spans, each 150 ft. wide
and 200 ft. high. Crumlln Canal, 10 m. long, stretches
from C. down the Ebwy Valley to near Newport.

Crumlln.—vil. with ry. sta., Camlin par., SW. co.
Antrim, on river Crumlin, 12 miles W. of Belfast by
road and 20 by rail, pop. 344; P.O. T.O., 1 Bank.—2.
Crumlln, par. and vil., in co. and 3 miles SW. of
Dublin—par., 1817 ac., pop. 921; vil., pop. 176.

Cruinmock Water, lake, AV. Cumberland, in basin
of river Cocker, 7 m. SW. of Keswick; 24 m. long, §
mile broad, 132 ft. deep, and 240 ft. above sea-level.

Crump, island, Ballynakill par., W. co. Galway, 63
ac., pop. 8.

Crumpleltorn, hamlet, Lansallos par., E. Cornwall,
74 miles SE. of Lostwithiel.

Crumpsall, township with ry. sta., in par. and 24
miles N. of Manchester, Lancashire, 733 ac., pop. 8154.

Cruinstone, one of the Farne islands, off coast of
Northumberland, 3f miles NE. of Bamburgh Castle.

Crundale, par. and vil., E. Kent, near river Stour,

6 miles NE. of Ashford, 1593 ac., pop. 275; P.O.

Crnnwear, or Crum were, par., SE. Pembrokeshire,

54 miles SE. of Narberth, 1690 ac., pop. 212.

Criislieen, vil. with ry. sta., Inchicronan par., N.
co. Clare, 8 miles N. of Ennis, pop. 135; P.O. Market-

Cratch, par., E. AVorcestershire, 2 miles N. of Droit-
wich, 330 ac., pop. 6.

Crutherland, seat, Glassford par., Lanarkshire, on
Calder AVater, 24 miles SE. of East Kilbride.

Cruwys-Morchard, par. and seat, N. Devon, 5 miles
W. of Tiverton ry. sta., 5766 ac., pop. 608.

Crux Easton, par., N. Hants, 7 miles S. of Newbury,
1121 ac., pop. 56.

Crnxton, hamlet, 74 m. NW. of Dorchester, Dorset.

Cryfleld, hamlet, 3 miles SW. of Coventry, S. AVar-
wickshire; P.O.

Crymlyn llog, swamp, Glamorgan, 3m. SW. of Neath.

CrymmycU Arms, ry. sta., Pembrokeshire, 7 miles
S. of Cardigan ; P.O., called Cryinmych.

Crynant, vil. with ry. sta., Cadoxton par., W. Gla-
morgan, 5| miles SAV. of Colbren Junction; P.O.

Crystal Palace, ry. sta., E. Surrey, on border of co.,

7 miles S. of London Bridge; adjacent is the building
of same name, originally erected for the International
Exhibition, 1851, and now a museum of science and art.

Css an Sonnd, narrow channel, separating Seil and
Luing islands, Argyllshire ; has a very strong current.

Cubberley, par. and vil., E. Gloucestershire, among
the Cotswold Hills, 44 miles SE. of Cheltenham, 3421
ac., pop. 326; P.O., called Coberley.

Cnbbington, par., near river Avon, in co. and 5
miles NE. of AVanvick, 1780 ac., pop. 980 ; P.O.

Csibeck, hamlet, Aysgarth par., North-Biding York-
shire, 2 miles SW. of Askrigg.

Cubert, or Cuthbert, coast par., E. Cornwall, 84
miles NW. of Truro, 2511 ac., pop. 373.

Cubley, par., S. Derbyshire, 6 miles S. of Ashborne,
2388 ac., pop. 300; P.O.

Cnblington, par., mid. Bucks, 6 miles NE. of Ayles-
bury, 1223 ac., pop. 259; P.O.

Cnby, par., W. Cornwall, 3 miles S. of Grampound
Boad ry. sta., 2318 ac., pop. 149.

Cuchullin Hills, group of grandly picturesque
mountains, in S. of Skye island, attaining in Scuir-na-
Gillean, 44 miles S. of Sligachan inn, an alt of 3183 ft.

Cucklleld, market town and par., Sussex, 12 miles
NAV. of Lewes—par., 11,275 ac., pop. 4964; town,
837 ac., pop. 1713; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank. Market-day,
Friday; is situated on an eminence, in a charming
country of pasture and grove. Besides the weekly
markets, three fairs are held annually for cattle and
horses. Cucklleld Park is 1 mile SE., and to the W.
is the old Elizabethan mansion of Cnckflcld Place.

Cuckliamslcy Hills, hill-range in vicinity of Farn-
borough, Berks. See
Ilsley Down.

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