DunfieM, hamlet, Kempsford par., E. Gloucester-
shire, 2 miles S. of Fairford.
Dunlicrtli, par., N. co. Kildare, 6 miles W. of Kil-
cock, 5553 ac., pop. 490.
Dunfillan, near St Fillans, Loch Earn, Perth, 600 ft.
Dnnford Bridge, hamlet with ry. sta., 4J miles AV.
of Penistone, S. div. AVest-Riding Yorkshire; P.O.
Dnnford House, seat, 1 mile S. of Midhurst, AV.
Sussex; was at one time the residence of Richard
Cobden (1804-1865), of Corn-Law League fame.
Dungannon, market town with ry. sta., Drumglass
par., E. co. Tyrone, 40 miles by rail AV. of Belfast and
103 NW. of Dublin, near Lough Neagh, 230 ac., pop.
4084; P.O., 'P.O., 2 Banks, 1 newspaper. Market-days,
Monday and Thursday; a well-built and flourishing
town, with important trade in grain, flax, and provisions;
also mfrs. of linen, muslin, leather, and earthenware.
Coal is worked in the neighbourhood. D. returned 1
member to Pari, until 1885. Dungannon Park is the
seat of the Earl of Ranfurly.
Dungannon, Lower, Middle, and Upper, 3 bars.,
E. co. Tyrone—L. D., 42,795 ac., pop. 11,353; M. D.,
87,770 ac., pop. 30,633; U. D., 85,996 ac., pop. 26,512.
Dnnganstown, par. in co. and 3 miles SAV, of
Wicklow, 14,287 ac., pop. 1612.
Dungarvan.—mrkt. town, seaport, par., and town-
ship, S. co. AVaterford, on river Colligan and Dungarvan
Harbour, 29 miles SW. of AVaterford and 141 miles SAV.
of Dublin by rail—par., 9413 ac., pop. 7145 ; township
(partly also in Kilrush par.), 1357 ac., pop. 6306 ;
3 Banks, 1 newspaper. Market-days, Tuesday and
Saturday. The town owes much of its prosperity to
the Duke of Devonshire, the lord of the manor. Its
trade depends almost entirely on agricultural produce ;
grain, cattle, and provisions are exported. At N. point
of entrance to harb. is a lighthouse, with fixed light seen
10 miles. D. returned 1 member to Pari, until 1885.—
2. Dungarvan, par. and vil., E. co. Kilkenny, 3 miles
S. of Gowran—par., 5881 ac.,pop. 837; vil.,pop. 96; P.O.
Dungavel.—shooting-lodge and hill (1502 ft.), 6 miles
S. of Strathaven, Lanarkshire.—2. Dnngavcl, hill, in
co. and 9 miles SE. of Lanark, alt. 1675 ft.
Bunge Marsh, tract, near Dunge Ness, Kent.
Dungc Ness, low headland on S. coast of Kent, 10J?
miles SE. of Rye; £ mile from high-water mark is a
lighthouse, with fixed light (Dungeness) seen 15 miles.
Dnngencss, ry. sta., at Dunge Ness, E. Kent, 3 miles
SE. of Lydd.
Dungeon, loch, Kells par., W. Kirkcudbrightshire.
Dungeon, Dry, Bound, and Long Lochs of the,
series of small lochs, in N. of Minnigaff par., W. Kirk-
cudbrightshire ; they abound in small trout.
Dungeon Gill Force, stream, Westmorland; rises
among the Langdale Pikes and flows SE. through Great
Langdale, making a fall of 90 ft., into Elter AVater.
Dungeon Hill, eminence with ancient camp, Dorset,
6 miles SAV. of Sherborne.
Dungiven, market town and par. with ry. sta., mid.
co. Londonderry, on river Roe, 9 miles S. of Limavady
—par., 29,298 ac., pop. 3712; town, pop. 761; P.O., T.O.,
1 Bank. Market-day, Saturday; remains of an abbey
are in the vicinity.
Dunglass.—promontory, on the Clyde, in co. and 2J
miles E. of Dumbarton; is crowned with ruins of an
ancient castle of the Colquhouns of Luss, and an obelisk
to the memory of Henry Bell (1767-1830), who intro-
duced steam navigation into Britain.—2. Dunglass,
seat, on site of a castle of the Earls of Home, SE. Had-
dingtonshire, lb mile NW. of Cockburnspath; Dun-
glass Dean, a deep wooded ravine, traversed by Dun-
glass Burn, extends 4b miles NE. to the sea, along
border of Haddington and Berwick.
Dungleddy, hundred, mid. Pembrokeshire, 47,942
ac., pop. 5700; contains 15 pars., and parts of 6 others.
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