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Drumln, seat, 5 miles SE. of Ballindalloch sta.,
Banffshire ; in vicinity are the ruins of Castle Drumln.

Drumlnln, sta. on Finn Valley and West Donegal
Ry., in co. and 3 miles NW. of Donegal.

Drnminnor House, seat (the original Castle Forbes,
1456), 4 m. SAV. of Kinnethmont sta., Aberdeenshire.

Hrnniintoul Lodge, 24 miles from Aviemore sta.,

E. Inverness-shire.

Drniukay, par., E. co. Wicklow, 1661 ac., pop. 369;
contains part of AVicklow town.

Drumkeel, agricultural school, Killargue, Leitrim.

Drunikeen.—4 miles from Stranorlar, co. Donegal;
P.O.—2. Drnmkeen, par., Limerick. See

Drumkeeran, par., N. co. Fermanagh, 23,655 ac.,
pop. 4436; contains part of Pettigoe.—2. Drnmkeeran,
vil., Inishmagrath par., mid. co. Leitrim, 8 m. SE. of
Drumahaire and 17 m. N. of Carrick-on-Shannon, pop.
354; P.O., T.O., called Drumkeerln. Mkt.-day,

Drumkilbo, seat, 1m. E.of Meigle sta., E. Perthshire.

Drnmkiln Tileworks, 2 m. from Meigle, Perthshire.

Drumlainford, seat and loch, 4| miles SE. of Barr-
hill sta., S. Ayrshire.

Bruinlane, par., N. co. Cavan, near Belturbet,
18,843 ac., pop. 3770.

Drumlanrlg Castle, seat (1689) of the Duke of Buc-
cleuch, on the Nith, in co. and 17 m. NW. of Dumfries,
and 34 m. NAV. of Thornhill ry. sta. Drumlanrig
Castle is 4 storeys high; it forms a hollow square,
and is surmounted with corner turrets. It crowns
the last spur of a long ridge
(drum) of hill, and is a
conspicuous feature in the landscape of Nithsdale.

Drnmlargan, par., S. co. Meath, 4 miles N. of Kil-
cock ry. sta., 1276 ac., pop. 70.

DruiuEca, 9 m. from Newtown-Stewart, Tyrone; P.O.

Hriunlean, hamlet, near Loch Ard, in par. and 3
miles NW. of Aberfoyle, Perthshire.

Drnmlease, par., mid. co. Leitrim, 14,772 ac., pop.
2786; contains Drumahaire.

Drimilegagb, 5 miles from Newtown-Stewart, co.
Tyrone; P.O.

Drumleigh, 7 m. from Castlewellan, co. Down; P.O.

Drnmlesnble, colliery, 4 miles W. of Campbeltown,
Kintyre, Argyllshire.

Drumline, par., S. co. Clare, 4 miles SW. of Six-
Mile-Bridge, 2954 ac., pop. 420.

Drumllsh, vil., Killoe par., N. co. Longford, 5 mile3
NE. of Newtown-Forbes ry. sta., pop. 349 ; P.O., T.O.

Draimlithie, vil. with ry. sta., 7£ miles SW. of
Stonehaven, Kincardineshire; P.O.

Drninluminan, par., S. co. Cavan, 3 miles E. of
Granard, 16,445 ac., pop. 5096.

Drummartln, vil., 8 m. W. of Listowel, N. co. Kerry.

Drummaul, par., W. co. Antrim, on Lough Neagh,
21,105 ac., pop. 7729; contains Randalstown.

Driimmlcterinon, hamlet, Dunnichen par., Forfar.

Drummilling, estate, AVest Kilbride par., Ayrshire.

Drummond, 3 miles from Moy, AV. co. Tyrone; P.O.

Drummond Castle, 34 miles SAV. of Crieff, Perth-
shire ; formerly the seat of the Drummonds, Earls and
Dukes of Perth, and still the seat of their descendants;
the old donjon keep, now fitted up as an armoury,
dates from about 1490; the park, 6 miles in circuit,
is well wooded, and the terraced gardens are among
the finest in Great Britain.

Drummond 11111, deer-forest, Strathearn, Perth-
shire, 2400 ac.

Dr nmmonie House, 14m. from Bridge of Earn, Perth.

Drummore, vil., Wigtown; P.O., T.O. See Drumore.

Drnmmosslc Mnlr, bleak moorland tract, NE. In-
verness-shire, average alt. 800 ft.; it includes, at the
NE. end, the battlefield of Culloden.

Drummuie, seat, 1 m. W. of Golspie, SE. Sutherland.

Drummuir, ry. sta., 4 miles NE. of Dufftown,
Banffshire ; in vicinity, on river Isla, is D. Castle.

Drnmmnlly, par., S. co. Fermanagh and AV. co.
Monaghan, 4 m. SW. of Clones, 7286 ac., pop. 1850; P.O.

Drumnabreeze, 6 m. from Lurgan, co. Armagh; P.O.

Druitmacra, seat, near Alyth, E. Perthshire.

Driiinnadrochlt, hamlet with hotel, near mouth of
Glen Urquhart, in co. and 14 miles SAV. of Inverness;
P.O., T.O.

Druannaquoile, 4m.fromGastlewellan,co.Down; P.O.

Drnmnasole, seat, 6 m. SE. of Cushendall, Antrim.

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

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