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Cnllion, N. co. Tyrone, 7 m. S. of Londonderry; P.O.

Culllsaid, small loch, Tongue par., Sutherlandshire.

Cnllivoc, hamlet, Shetland. See Cullavoe.

Cnllochy Locks, on Caledonian Canal, Inverness-
shire, at N. end of Loch Oich.

Culloden, ry. sta., in co. and 3£ miles NE. of Inver-
ness ; 2 miles SE., on border of Nairnshire, is Culloden
Moor (part of Drummossie Moor), where the Highlanders
under Prince Charles Edward were defeated by the royal
troops under the Duke of Cumberland, and the cause of
the Stuarts was finally crushed, 16th April 1746. Stones
bearing the names of the clans have been erected at the
head of the graves or trenches where the Highlanders
were buried. C. House, where Prince Charles lodged
the night preceding the battle, is f mile SE. of ry. sta.

Cullompton, or Collnmpton, market town and par.
with ry. sta., N. Devon, on river Culm, 124 m- NE. of
Exeter and 181 m. SW. of London, 7370 ac., pop. 2938 ;
P.O., T.o., 1 Bank. Market-day,
Saturday. C. for-
merly produced woollen stuffs, but its staple mfrs. now
are paper, leather, and flour. It is a place of great
antiquity, having been a demesne of the Saxon kings.

Culloville, ry. sta., 2 miles SW. of Crossmaglen,
S. co. Armagh ; P.O.

Cullow, place, in par. and near Cortachy, NAV.
Forfarshire ; has a sheep fair.

Cullybacky, vil. with ry. sta. (Cullybackey), Ahoghill
par., N. co. Antrim, on river Maine, 3 miles NAV. of
Ballymena, pop. 232; P.O., called Cullybackey. Mar-
Tuesday and Wednesday.

CuUyhanna, vil., 6 miles N. of Culloville ry. sta.,
S. co. Armagh; P.O.

Cullykhan, romantic ravine, Gamrie par., Banff.

Culm, river, N. Devon; rises in the Black Down
Hills, and flows SW. to the Exe near Exeter; 25 m. long.

Culm Havy, hamlet, Hemyock par., N. Devon, on
river Culm, 2 miles NE. of Culmstock.

Culmalle, old name of Golspie par., Sutherland.

Cnlmington, par., S. Shropshire, on river Corve,
44 miles N. of Ludlow, 3476 ac., pop. 556.

Culmore, ry. sta., in co. and 4 miles NE. of London-
derry; P.O.

Culmore House, W. co. Antrim, 1 m. NE. of Kilrea.

Culmstock, par. and vil. with ry. sta., N. Devon, on
r. Culm, 7 m. NE. of Cullompton, 3494 ac., pop. 863; P.O.

Culmiillin, par. and vil., S. co. Meath, 2 miles SAV.
of Drumree ry. sta., 5565 ac., pop. 453; P.O., called

Culnady, 3 miles NE. of Maghera ry. sta., E. co.
Londonderry; P.O.

Culplio, par., E. Suffolk, 4 miles AV. of Woodbridge,
726 ac., pop. 60.

Culrain, hamlet with ry. sta., 3 m. NAV. of Ardgay,
Ross-shire; P.O.; in the vicinity is Culrain Lodge.

Culross, pari, and royal burgh, small seaport, and
par., in detached part of Perthshire, on N. shore of
Firth of Forth, 24 miles SE. of East Grange sta., this
being 6 miles NW. of Dunfermline and 74 miles SE. of
Alloa—par., 7584 ac., pop. 1130; pari, burgh, pop. 373;
royal burgh, pop. 380; P.O., T.o.; has mfrs. of linen.
There are ruins of a Cistercian abbey founded in 1217.
Near the abbey ruins is Culross Abbey House, seat
of the Earl of Elgin; also Culross Park. C. unites
with Stirling, Inverkeithing, Dunfermline, and Queens-
ferry, in returning 1 member to Parliament.

Culroy, hamlet, in par. and 3 m. N. of Maybole, Ayr.

Culsalmond, par. and hamlet, mid. Aberdeenshire,
44 miles NE. of Insch ry. sta., 6994 ac., pop. 828.

Culsli Hill, New Deer par., E. Aberdeen, 503 ft.

Culshabbln, school-, Mochrum par., AVigtownshire.

Culter.—par. and vil. with ry. sta. (Coulter), E.
Lanarkshire and W. Peeblesshire—par., 11,883 ac.,
pop. 574; vil., wholly in Lanarkshire, l| mile SE. of
the ry. sta. and 24 miles SW. of Biggar; P.O., called
Coulter; contains Culter AVater, flowing 64 miles NW.
to the Clyde, Culter Fell, on the border of the two
cos., alt. 2454 ft., and the seats of Culter AUers House
and Culter Mains.—2. Culter, ry. sta., in co. and 8
miles SW. of Aberdeen; £ mile from sta. are Culter
Paper Mills; 4 mile N. of sta. is Culter House, a
venerable pile, of time of Robert I.

Cultercullen, vil., Foveran par., E. Aberdeenshire,
1 mile E. of Udny ry. sta.; P.O.

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

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