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Drunkie, loch, 3 m. NE. of Aberfoyle, Perthshire.

Drunzic, hamlet, 3 m. NE. of Milnathort, Kinross.

Drury, hamlet, Hawarden par., Flintshire.

Druxton, hamlet, AVerrington par., S. Devon, 84
miles N. of Tavistock.

Drwsycoed, mountain pass, NAV. of Beddgelert,
under Mynyddmawr, S. Carnarvonshire.

Drwsynant, mountain pass and ry. sta., E. Meri-
oneth ; the sta. is 6f miles NE. of Dolgelly.

Dry Burn, stream, E. Haddingtonshire, flowing 6
miles NE. to the sea 4 miles SE. of Dunbar.

Dry Drayton, in co. and 54 miles NAV. of Cam-
bridge; p.o. See Drayton, Dry.

Dry Hill Park, suburb of Tunbridge, mid. Kent.

Dry Mills, 4 miles from Ballindine, co. Mayo ; P.O.

Dry landlord cum Cothill, eccl. dist., Abingdon
and Marcham pars., Berks, pop. 272.

Dryheck, hamlet, Appleby St Lawrence par., AVest-
morland, 3 miles SAV. of Appleby.

Drybridge.—hamlet with ry. sta., 5 miles SAV. of
Kilmarnock, Ayrshire. — 2. Drybridge, 2 miles from
Buckie, N. Banffshire; P.O.—3. Drybridge, vil., in
extreme S. of Linlithgowshire, f mile from Fauldhousa
and Crofthead stations.

Drybrook, hamlet with ry. sta. (Drybrook Road), 14
m. SAV. of Mitcheldean, AV. Gloucestershire; P.O., T.o.

Dryburgh Abbey, monastic ruin (1150), in extreme
SAV. of Berwickshire, on the Tweed, 44 miles SE. of
Melrose; in St Mary’s Aisle is the tomb of Sir AValter
Scott (1771-1832); adjoining the ruins are the seats of

D. Abbey and D. Honse ; P.O., called Dryburgh.

Dryburn, seat, in co. and 1 mile NAV. of Durham.

Dryfe Water, rivulet, Dumfriesshire; rises near
Selkirkshire border, and flows S. and SW. to tho Annan
2 miles AV. of Lockerbie; is 184 miles long, and is a
good trouting stream. The tract along the lowermost
reach is called Dryfe Sands
5 it was the scene (1593) of
a conflict between the Maxwells and the Johnstones.

Dryfeholm, seat, 24 m. NAV. of Lockerbie, Dumfries.

Dryfesdale (popularly Drysdale), par., Dumfries-
shire, 10,231 ac., pop. 2971; contains the town of
Lockerbie, 25| miles NAV. of Carlisle and 75J miles
SAV. of Edinburgh.

Drygrange, seat, on Leader AVater, in par. and 24
miles NE. of Melrose, Roxburghshire.

Drykill, hamlet, 3 miles NAV. of Penistone, S. div.
AVest-Riding Yorkshire.

Dryhope Tower, ancient Border peel, property of
the Duke of Buccleucli, in Co. and 154 miles SAY. of
Selkirk; was the birthplace (about 1550) and home
of Mary Scott, the “Flower of Yarrow.” It stands on
Dryhope Burn (flowing 2 miles SE.), near its influx to
Yarrow AVater. On the upper course of the stream is
Dryhope Big, alt. 1712 ft.

Dryiu, hamlet, Crowan par., AV. Cornwall, 7 miles
SAV. of Camborne sta.; in vicinity is an ancient camp.

Dryinen, par. and vil. with ry. sta., in co. and 234
miles SAV. of Stirling by rail, 30,850 ac., pop. 1431 ;
P.O., T.o.; and p.o. at sta. (14 mile S. of vil.), called
Dryinen Station ; 1 Bank.

Drynie, seat, SE. Ross-shire, 4 miles N. of Inverness.

Drynock Lodge, on Drynoch Burn, Skye island,
Inverness-shire, near head of Loch Harport.

Drypool, par. and township, East-Riding Yorkshire,
wholly within the pari. bor. of Kingston on Hull—par.,
1561 ac., pop. 20,899; township, 185 ac., pop. 4427; P.O.

Drysllwyn, hamlet with ry. sta., Llangathen par.,
Carmarthenshire, 5 miles SAV. of Llandilofawr; P.O.;
the ruins of Drysllwyn Castle (besieged by Edward I.),
occupy the summit of a neighbouring hill.

Dryton, hamlet, AVroxeter par., S. Shropshire, 74
miles SE. of Shrewsbury.

Du Craig, rocky islet, in Firth of Forth, off the coast
of Fifeshire, 2f miles NAV. of Queensferry.

Duag, streamlet, N. Perthshire, flowing 24 miles SE.
to the Garry near Dalnaspidal.

Duagli, par. and vil., N. co. Kerry, on river Feale, 4
miles SE. of Listowel and 4 miles NVV. of Abbeyfeale
—19,701 ac., pop. 3867; vil., pop. 256; P.O.

Dualt, affluent of the Carnock, SAV. Stirlingshire;
forms near its mouth a cascade of 60 ft.

Duard, or Bndha Dubh Ard, headland, NAV. Ross-
shire, on N. side of entrance to Loch Broom.

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

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