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Dalcruc, or Dalcruivc, hamlet, in par. and If m. NE.
of Methven, Perthshire; the Almond is here crossed by
a bridge with one semicircular arch of 80 ft. span.

Daldawn, or Dlldawn, seat, 3 miles SW. of Castle-
Douglas, Kirkcudbrightshire.

Dalderby, par., mid. Lincolnshire, 2 miles S. of
Horncastle, 361 ac., pop. 49.

Daldorcb House, 6 miles from Catrine, Ayrshire.

HaldulT, ruins of ancient baronial fortalice, in par.
and 3 miles SE. of Maybole, Ayrshire.

Hale, par. and vil., Pembrokeshire, on creek of Mil-
ford Haven, 7 miles W. of Milford, 2070 ac. and 282
tidal water and foreshore, pop. 359; P.O. ; contains
Hale Castle.

Dale, hamlet, Mainland, Shetland, on Dale Burn, at
head of Dale Yoe, 3 miles NW. of Lerwick.

Hale, or Decle, river, bar. Raphoe, co. Donegal;
flows 20 miles E. to the Foyle near Lifford.

Dale Abbey, par., in co. and 54 miles NE. of Derby,
1806 ac., pop. 408; contains the ruins of Dale Abbey
(1204), the stained glass windows of which are still pre-
served in Morley church.

Dale Head.—hamlet, on SE. border of Cumberland,
6 miles SE. of Keswick; P.O.; Halebead Hall stands
on the margin of Thirlmere Lake.—2. Dale Head,
hamlet, 6 miles NW. of Chatburn sta., West-Riding
Yorkshire ; P.O. See

Dale Park, seat, 3 m. NW. of Arundel, W. Sussex.

Dale Town, township, Hawnby par., North-Riding
Yorkshire, 94 miles NE. of Thirsk, 1773 ac., pop. 61.

Dalegartb, ancient seat, on river South Esk, W.
Cumberland, 64 miles NE. of Ravenglass; in vicinity
is the famous waterfall of Dalegartb Force.

Dalebead.—hamlet, Arkengarth Dale par., North-
Riding Yorkshire, 74 miles SW. of Barnard Castle.—2.
Dalebead, eccl. dist. and hamlet, Slaidburn par., N.
div. West-Riding Yorkshire—dist., pop. 276; hamlet,
6 m. NW. of Chatburn sta.; P.O., called Dale Head.

Dalcmain, seat, 34 m. SW. of Penrith, Cumberland.

Dales Green, vil., Wolstanton par., N. Staffordshire,
2 miles from Burslem.

Dalgaln, vil., Sorn par., Ayrshire, 4 m. SE. of Mauch-
line; the whole of Sorn par. was anciently called Dalgain.

Dalgalrn, seat, in N. vicinity of Cupar, Fifeshire ;
formerly called Dalyell Lodge.

Dalgarnock, ancient par., Nithsdale, Dumfriesshire;
now annexed to Closeburn.

Dalgarven, hamlet, in par. and 14 mile N. of Kil-
winning ry. sta., Ayrshire.

Dalgetty, coast par., SW. Fifeshire, 5 miles SE. of
Dunfermline, 3340 ac., pop. 1321; has coal of superior
quality, sandstone, and limestone ; the ruins of the old
church of Dalgetty (12th century) stand 4 mile S. of
modern church, on Dalgetty Bay.

Dalgety, or Delgaty, seat (1579), in par. and 2 mile3
NE. of Turriff ry. sta., N. Aberdeenshire.

Dalginross, vil., forming S. suburb of Comrie, Perth-
shire ; in vicinity are remains of a Roman camp.

Dalgulse, vil. with ry. sta., on river Tay, 44 miles
NW. of Dunkeld, Perthshire; P.O.; the railway crosses
the Tay, 4 mile N. of sta., by a viaduct of 360 ft. span;
in vicinity of vil. is Dalgulse House.

Dalbalvaig, school, Reay par., Caithness-sliire.

Dalbani, par., W. Suffolk, 3 miles SW. of Higham
ry. sta., 1840 ac., pop. 419; P.O.; contains D. Hall.

Dalbousle, ry. sta., in co. and 9 miles SE. of Edin-
burgh; near the sta. the Dalbousle Burn joins the
river South Esk; 1 mile S. of sta. is Dalbousle Castle,
seat of the Earl of Dalhousie, a stately castellated man-
sion, dating from the 12th century; in vicinity of sta.
is Dalhousie Colliery, forming part of conjoint vil. of
Poltonhall and Dalhousie Colliery : which see.

Daliburgh, place with school, South Uist par.,
Inverness-shire, 3 miles from Lochboisdale Pier.

Dalintober, vil. with small pier, suburban to Camp-
beltown, Kintyre, Argyllshire.

Daljarrocb, seat, in par. and 4 miles NE. of Col-
monell, S. Ayrshire; P.O.

Dalkeith, market town and par. with ry. sta., in co.
and 64 miles SE. of Edinburgh and 382 miles NW. of
London—par., 2344 ac., pop. 7707; town, pop. 6931;
P.O., T.O., 4 Banks, 1 newspaper. Market-day,
i day; is one of the largest grain markets in Scotland,

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

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