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Daluaine, distillery, Aberlour par., Banffshire, 1
mile E. of Carron ry. sta.

Dalvaddy, hamlet, Kintyre, Argyllshire, 3 miles W.
of Campbeltown; coal is mined.

Dalveen, pass (1200 ft.) over the Lowther Hill3, on
border of Lanarkshire and Dumfriesshire.

Dalveich, hamlet, on N. side of Loch Earn, Perth-
shire, 2 miles E. of Lochearnhead.

Dalvey, place, in par. and 34 miles NE. of Cromdale
ry. sta., SE. Elginshire.

Dalvey House, seat, 2 miles W. of Forres, Elginshire.

Dalwhat Water, one of the headstreams of Cairn
Water, Dumfriesshire; rises near the Kirkcudbright
border, and flows 10 miles SE. to f mile below Moniaive.

Daltvhinnic, ry. sta., near SE. border of Inverness-
shire, 1 mile NE. of head of Loch Ericht, 13 SW. of
Kingussie, and 58§ NW. of Perth; P.O.; adjacent is
Loch Ericht Hotel; at Dalwhinnie the roads to Inver-
ness and to Fort Augustus or Fort William meet.

Dalwick Honse, seat, Drumelzier par., Peeblesshire,
| mile SW. of Stobo sta. See
Da wick.

Da!wood, par., E. Devon, 4 miles NW. of Axminster,
1709 ac., pop. 406; P.O.

Dalyell Lodge, seat, in N. vicinity of Cupar, Fife-
shire ; now called Dalgairn.

Daly’s Bridge, vil., on NW. border of co. Meath,
6 miles NW. of Kells.

Dalystown.—vil., Trim par., co. Meath.—2. Dalys-
town, 4 m. from Tyrrellspass, S. co. Westmeath; P.O.

Dalzellowlie Colliery, near Kilkerran ry. sta., Ayr.

Dalziel, par., N. Lanarkshire, 3039 ac., pop. 13,853;
contains the greater part of town of Motherwell and part
of town of Wishaw; abounds in coal, ironstone, and
sandstone; If m. SE. of Motherwell is Dalzell House.

Damage, hamlet, 2 m. SW. of Ilfracombe, N. Devon.

Damastown, school, Holy wood par., co. Dublin.

Damems, ry. sta., 2 miles SW. of Keighley, N. div.
West-Riding Yorkshire.

Damerliam, North, hundred, N. Wilts, 11,239 ac.,
pop. 2502; contains 3 pars, and part of another.

Damerham, Sonth.—hundred, N. Wilts, 17,915
ac., pop. 2485; contains 5 pars.—2. Damerham,
South, par., S. Wilts, on border of co., 4 miles NE. of
Cranborne, 4681 ac., pop. 617; P.O., called Damerham.

Damgate, hamlet, in par. and 1 mile E. of Martham,
W. Norfolk.

Damhead, vil., at meeting point of cos. of Perth,
Fife, and Kinross, 4 miles N. of Milnathort; P.O.

Damhead, 3 m. from Coleraine, co. Londonderry; P.O.

Damorcy Court, old seat, near Blandford, Dorset.

Damph.—or Loch an Daimh, loch, Cromartyshire,
10 miles E. of Ullapool.—2. Damph, or Damh, loch,
W. Ross-shire, 3 miles E. of Shieldaig.

Damph, Ben, deer-forest, Ross-shire and Cromarty-
shire, 11,000 ac.; post-town, Torridon.

Dams, hamlet, in par. and 14 m. S. of Kettle, Fife.

Damsay, island, in Firth Bay, Mainland, Orkney, 4
miles NW. of Kirkwall; has scenery of great beauty.

Damsburn, hamlet, Logie par., Clackmannanshire.

Damside, seat, in par. and If mile NE. of Auchter-
arder ry. sta., Perthshire.

Han, Longh, mid. co. Wicklow; 2 miles long.

Danbury, par. and vil., W. Essex, 44 miles SE. of
Chelmsford, 2975 ac., pop. 978 ; P.O. ; D. Hill, in the
vicinity, is the highest point in Essex ; 1 mile W. of the
hill is D. Place, residence of the Bishop of Rochester.

Hanby.—par., township, and vil. with ry. sta., North-
Riding Yorkshire, 74m. NW. of Egton—par., 11,256ac.,
pop. 2407; township, 6289 ac., pop. 1304; p.o. Hanby
Beacon (966 ft.) is 34 miles NE. of vil., and the ruins
of Danby Castle (11th century) stand on an eminence
to the S. In vicinity of sta. is the seat of Danby
Lodge.—2. Danby, hamlet, Thornton Steward par.,
North-Riding Yorkshire, 3 miles E. of Middleham.

Danby Wiske, par. and township, North-Riding
Yorkshire, 34 miles NW. of Northallerton—par., 4714
ac., pop. 476 ; township, 3364 ac., pop. 287; P.O.; con-
tains the seat of Danby Grange.

Dancing Ledge, The, stone beach under the cliffs,
on coast of Dorset, 24 miles NE. of St Albans Head.

Dandaleitli, ry. sta. and haugh, on river Spey, Elgin-
shire, f mile NW. of Craigellachie Junction.

Danddyfryn, hamlet, Towynpar., Merioneth.

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