crops. (For agricultural statistics, see Appendix.) The
inhabitants of the coast and islands are chiefly employed
in the fisheries and in the making of kelp from sea-weed.
The mfr. of linen, worsted, and muslin is carried on in
a few of the principal towns. The co. comprises the bars,
of Banagh, Boylagh, Inishowen (East and West), Kil-
macrennan, Raphoe (North and South), and Tirhugh;
51 pars.; and the towns of Bally shannon and Letter-
kenny. For pari, purposes it is divided into 4 divisions,
viz., North, West, East, and South, 1 member for each
division; the representation was increased 2 members
in 1885.—2. Donegal, capital of co., seaport, and
par., Donegal, at mouth of river Eask, on Donegal Bay,
3 miles from Druminin ry. sta., 14 N. of Ballyshannon,
and 157 NW. of Dublin—par., 22,791 ac., pop. 4767;
town, pop. 1416; P.O., T.O., 2 Banks. Market-day,
Saturday. Part of the town is situated in Killymard
par. Grain, butter, and eggs are exported. Vessels of
300 tons can discharge their cargoes at the quay. There
are interesting ruins of a castle and a monastery. A
spa in the neighbourhood is frequented for its waters.
Donegal Bay, extends between cos. Donegal and
Sligo, 28 by 20 miles, and contains numerous creeks.
Donegore, par., in co. and 3 miles NE. of Antrim,
6650 ac., pop. 1327.
Donclra, par., S. co. Galway. See Duniry.
Donemark, rivulet, co. Cork, entering Bantry Bay.
Doncraile, market town and par., N. co. Cork, on
river Awbeg, 5 miles SE. of Buttevant ry. sta. and 138
SW. of Dublin—par., 20,441 ac., pop. 32108 ; town,pop.
1208; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank. Market-day, Saturday; in
the vicinity is D. Park, seat of Viscount Doneraile.
Dongarie, school, Kilmory par., Bute island.
Donlicad St Andrew, par. and vil., S. Wilts, on
river Nadder, 4 miles NE. of Shaftesbury, 3540 ac., pop.
763; P.O., T.o.; contains Donkead Hall.
Donlicad St Mary, par. and vil., S. AVilts, on river
Nadder, 34 m. NE. of Shaftesbury, 5247 ac., pop. 1344.
Donibristle, seat of the Earl of Moray, Dalgetty
par., Fifeshire, on Firth of Forth, 3 miles SAV. of
Aberdour ; was the scene of the murder of the youthful
Earl of Moray by the Earl of Huntly in 1592, an event
which forms the subject of a fine old ballad; the mansion-
house was burned (the third time) in 1858, and is still
in ruins ; the grounds are very fine and extensive.
Doniln'istle Colliery, vil., Aberdour par,, Fifeshire,
2 miles E. of Crossgates, pop. 502; P.O., T.O., called
Doniford, hamlet, 1 m. E. of AVatchet, AV. Somerset.
Donington, par., N. Leicestershire. See Castle
Donington.—2. Donington, hamlet, Ibstock par., S.
Leicestershire. See Hugglescote and Donington.—
3. Donington, par. and vil. with ry. sta. (Donington
Road), mid. Lincolnshire, 74 miles NW. of Spalding,
6180 ac., pop. 1666 ; P.O., T.o. Market-day, Saturday.
—4. Donington, par., S. Shropshire, 44 miles SE. of
Shifnal, 2641 ac., pop. 393.
Donington Boad, ry. sta., 74 miles NW. of Spalding,
Donington upon Bain, par. with ry. sta. (Donington
on Bain), mid. Lincolnshire, 6 miles SW. of Louth, 1890
ac., jiop. 473; P.O., T.O., called Donington on Bain.
Donistliorpe, hamlet with ry. sta., Church Gresley
par., S. Derbyshire, 4 miles SW. of Ashby de la Zouch;
p.o. See Oakthorpe and Donisthorpe.
Donncrdale, hamlet, on river Duddon, N. Lanca-
shire. See Dunnerdale and Seathwaite.
Donnervillc, hamlet, 1 mile NW. of AVellington, N.
Donnington.—vil., 2 miles N. of Newbury, Berks;
P.O.; in vicinity are the seats of D. Castle and D.
Priory. See Shaw cum Donnington.—2. Donning-
ton, hamlet, in par. and 14 mile N. of Stow on the
Wold, E. Gloucestershire, pop. 153.—3. Donnington,
par., Herefordshire,2 miles S. of Ledbury, 808 ac., pop.
89.—4. Donnington, market town with ry. sta., 34
miles SW. of Newport, N. Shropshire; P.O., T.o.
Market-day, Saturday.—5. Donnington, hamlet,
Wroxeter par., S. Shropshire, 54 miles SAV. of AVel-
lington.—6. Donnington, par., AV. Sussex, 2 miles
S. of Chichester, 1038 ac., pop. 188.
Donnington Park, seat, lj mile NE. of Melbourne
ry. sta., S. Derbyshire.
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