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NW. of the ry. sta. and 2| miles SW. of North Ber-
wick, pop. 343; P.O.; beside the vil. are the ruins of
Birlcton Castle, a 12th century stronghold.

Dirlot Castle, ruins of ancient fortalice, Caithness-
shire, on river Thurso, 15 miles S. of Thurso.

Dirnanean, seat, on river Ardle, 10 miles E. of
Pitlochry, Perthshire.

Dironilles, large reef, 4 miles off NE. coast of
Jersey, Channel Islands.

Dirrecndarragb, agricultural school, Kenmare, co.

Dirric More, pass (909 ft.), Ross-shire, on road from
Dingwall to Ullapool, near head of Loch Droma.

Dirrington, Great and Little, 2 summits of the
Lammermuirs, Longformacus par., Berwickshire, 1309
and 1191 ft.

Dirrochan Fall, on Ardessie Burn, NW. Ross-shire.

Dirtcar, vil., 2£ miles SAY. of AYakefield, S. div.
AVest-Riding Yorkshire; P.O.

Disblair, seat and school, Fintray par., Aberdeen-
shire, 2 miles W. of New Machar ry. sta.

Discocd, or Dlscoyil, township, in par. and 24 miles
AY. of Presteigne, E. Radnorshire, 866 ac., pop. 91.

Discove, hamlet, 1 mile S. of Bruton, mid. Somerset.

Diseworth, par., N. Leicestershire, 6 miles NW. of
Loughborough, 1880 ac., pop. 416 ; P.O.

Disgnrth, hamlet, Llangwm par., Denbighshire, 74
miles W. of Corwen.

Dishcouib, hamlet, 3 m. E. of Okehampton, Devon.

Disliforth, township and vil., Topcliffe par., AYest-
Riding Yorkshire, 4 miles NAY. of Boroughbridge, 1765
ac., pop. 302 ; P.O.

Disbley emu Tborpacrc, par., N. Leicestershire, 14
mile NAY. of Loughborough, 890 ac., pop. 212.

Dislcy, vil. with ry. sta., Stockport par., E. Cheshire,
on border of co., 12 miles SE. of Manchester and 165
miles NW. of London; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank.

Disley-Sianlcy, township (ry. sta. Disley), Stock-
port par., E. Cheshire, 2591 ac., pop. 3317; contains
vil. of Dislcy, and Disley Lodge, school.

Diss. — market town and par. with ry. sta., S.
Norfolk, on river Waveney, 19 miles SAY. of Nor-
wich and 95 miles NE. of London, 3627 ac., pop.
3846 ; P.O., T.O., 2 Banks, 1 newspaper. Market-day,
Friday; is situated on the slope of a hill, at the foot
of which is a small lake or mere (5 ac.), the sloping
banks of which are tastefully laid out in gardens and
public walks. Its mfrs., for which it was once noted,
of “Suffolk hempen cloth,” worsted yarn, and knit
hosiery, have much declined.—2. Diss, hundred, S.
Norfolk, 25,000 ac., pop. 9582; contains 16 pars.

Disserth and Trccoed, par., Radnorshire, 6650 ac.,
pop. 514 ; contains Dissertb, vil., 5 m. NW. of Builth.

Dissington, North and South, 2 townships, New-
burn par., N. Northumberland, 10 miles NAY. of New-
castle—N. D., 1131 ac., pop. 65; S. D., 1348 ac., pop.
60; contains Dissington Hall.

Distington, par. and vil. with ry. sta., W. Cumber-
land, near coast, 34 miles S. of AYorkington and 307
miles NW. of London—3065 ac., pop. 1289; P.O., T.o. ;
coal mines, blast furnaces, and limestone quarry.

Distinkhorn, hill, Galston par., Ayrshire, 1259 ft.

Ditcb Hall, remains of ancient structure of earth
and turf, Fortingall par., Perthshire, on Inverchadain
farm; described by Blind Harry in his

Ditchain Park, seat, 3 m. S. of Petersfield, N. Hants.

Ditchampton, hamlet, 4 mile N. of AVilton, S. Wilts.

Hltcbbnrn, township, Eglingham par., N. Northum-
berland, 54 miles NW. of Alnwick, 1664 ac., pop. 59.

Ditcbeat, par., mid. Somerset, 3 miles NW. of
Castle Cary, 3676 ac., pop. 808; P.O.; contains
Ditcbeat Manor.

Ditchclling, par., Sussex. See Ditchling.

Ditchcn Hills, ancient camp, Devon. See Clovelly.

Ditchford,—hamlet with ry. sta., on river Nen, 2
miles E. of AVellingborough, N. Northamptonshire.—2.
Ditchford, hamlet, Blockley par., E. AVorcestershire,
3 miles N. of Moreton.

Ditchford, Lower, hamlet, Stretton-on-the-Foss
par., S. Warwickshire, 2 miles NW. of Moreton.

Ditchinghani, par. and ry. sta., S. Norfolk, on river
AVaveney, adjacent to Bungay, 2083 ac., pop. 1075;
P.O.; contains Ditcbingliain Hall.

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

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