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Donglasbrldgc, vil., 3 miles NW. of Newtown-
Stewart, N. co. Tyrone, on Douglas rivulet; P.O.

Douglasdale, the valley of Douglas AVater, Lanark.

Dougiastown, vil., in co. and 34 miles SAV. of For-
far ; P.O.; has a large flax-spinning mill.

Dougrie Lodge, at mouth of Glen Iorsa, on W. coast
of Arran island, 8 miles W. of Brodick.

Douk Caves, 2 caverns in Ingleborough mountain,
N. div. West-Riding Yorkshire.

Donle, or Dhugtaaill, loch, SW. Ross-shire, on river
Carron, 6 miles NE. of head of Loch Carron.

Douloch.—hamlet with school, Kirkcolm par., NW.
Wigtownshire, 6 miles NW. of Stranraer.—2. Douloch,
loch, Argyllshire. See
Dubh Loch.

Doulting, par., mid. Somerset, 2 miles E. of Shepton
Mallet, 3600 ac., pop. 604.

Doulus Head, at Yalentia Harbour, W. co. Kerry.

Dounby, hamlet with school, 7 miles from Fins-
town, Mainland, Orkney; P.O.

Donne.—vil. with ry. sta., S. Perthshire, 8£ miles
NAV. of Stirling, 38 NE. of Glasgow, and 45 NW. of
Edinburgh, pop. 996; P.O., T.O., 2 Banks ; stands near
river Teith, here spanned by a two-arched bridge
(1535). D. was once famous for its mfr. of Highland
pistols and sporrans; it now depends chiefly on the
cotton mills of Deanston. Its ancient cattle fairs are
still important. At the SE. end of the vil. are the ruins
of Doune Castle (15th century), a fine specimen of
Scottish baronial architecture ; 14 mile NW. is Doune
Lodge.—2. Doune, school, Girvan par., Ayrshire.—

3. Doune, oval, flat-topped mound, anciently fortified,
Strathdon, Aberdeenshire, near confluence of AVater of
Nochty and Don.—4. Doune, mountain, Dumbarton-
shire, 5 miles NW. of Luss, alt. 2409 ft.

Doune, The, of Hotlitemurclins, seat of the
Grants of Rothiemurchus, in the Rothiemurchus sec-
tion of Duthil par., Inverness-shire, on river Spey, 24
miles SAV. of Avieinore ry. sta.

Donnreay, hamlet, in par. and 2 miles NE. of Reay,
N. Caithness-shire ; in vicinity are the ruins of Doun-
reay Castle, ancient seat of the Reays.

Dour, river, E. Kent; rises near Lydden, and flows
6 miles SE. to Strait of Dover.

Dour, stream, Aberdour par., N. Aberdeenshire,
running 34 miles NE. to the Moray Firth.

Doura, mining vil., in par. and 3 miles SE. of Kil-
winning, N. Ayrshire.

Dourie, stream, SAV. Kincardineshire; flows SE. to
Luther AVater 1 mile NW. of Marykirk ry. sta.

Dousland, ry. sta., 3£ m. NE. of Horrabridge, Devon.

Douxborough Castle, circular camp with double
ditch, Stogumber par., Somerset, 4 m. SE. of Watchet.

Dovaston, hamlet, Kinnerley par., N. Shropshire,
64 miles SE. of Oswestry.

Dove, river, Derbyshire and Staffordshire; rises 4 m.
SW. of Buxton, and flows S. and SE. along the border of
the cos. to the Trent at Newton Solney; is 45 m. long.

Dove Crag, rock on Brothers Water, AVestmorland,
3 miles S. of Patterdale vil.

Dove Holes, vil. with ry. sta., 3 miles NW. of
Buxton, N. Derbyshire; P.O., called Dovekoles.

Dovea, 4 miles NW. of Thurles, co. Tipperary; P.O.

Dovebridge, par., Derby. See Doveiudge.

Dovecliffe, hamlet with ry. sta., 24 miles SE. of
Wombwell, S. div. West-Riding Yorkshire.

Dovecot Cave, natural cavern, near Flamborough
Head, East-Riding Yorkshire.

Dovccotliall, part of Barrhead, Renfrewshire.

Dovecotland, suburb of town of Perth.

Dovccotwood, old castle, Kilsyth par., Stirlingshire.

Dovedalc, narrow, winding dell in course of river
Dove, on border of Derbyshire and Staffordshire.

Dovekill, part of Barrhead, Renfrewshire.

Doveholes, vil., Derbyshire; P.O. See Dove Holes.

Dovenby, township, Bridekirk par., W. Cumberland,
3 miles NW. of Cockermouth, 1935 ac., pop. 227 ; con-
tains Dovenby HaU.

Dover, pari, and mun. bor., market town, and the
chief of the Cinque Ports, E. Kent, on the Strait of
Dover, 76 miles SE. of London by rail—bor., 1317 ac.,
pop. 30,270; C. P. (with Corporate and Non-Corporate
Members), 14,063 ac., pop. 76,478; 2 Banks, 4 news-
papers. Market-davs,
Wednesday and Saturday. D.

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

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