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Dnnkery Beacon, highest point of Exmoor, Somer-
Dnnkeswell, par. and hamlet, N. Devon, 5 miles
Dunkcswick, township and hamlet, Harewood par.,
Dunkettle, ry. sta. and seat, in co. and 3 miles E. of
Dunkinecly, coast vil., Killaghtee par., in co. and 11
Dunkirk,—hamlet, 5 miles NE. of Chipping Sod-
2. Dunkirk, par. and vil., E. Kent, 5 miles W. of
Dunkitt, par. and vil., S. co. Kilkenny, on river
Dunks Green, hamlet, 84 m. AY. of Maidstone, Kent.
Bunlappie, ancient par., Forfarshire, now forming
Dunlavin, market town and par., W. co. Wicklow,
Dunlcary, former name of Kingstown, co. Dublin.
Dunleckny, par. and seat, W. co. Carlow, 011 river
Dnnleer, par. and vil. with ry. sta., S. co. Louth, on
Dunlewy, hamlet, on Dunlewy Lough, W. co.
Dunley.—hamlet, 4 miles NAV. of Whitchurch, N.
Dunliath, old Scandinavian fort, Kilmuir par., Skye
Dunlichty, ancient par., Inverness. See Daviot.
Dunloc, Gap of, mountain pass, near Killarney lakes,
Dunlop, par. and vil. with ry. sta.—par. (partly in
Dnnlop Place, vil., Dalserf par., Lanarkshire, pop.
Dunloskin, seat, near Dunoon, Argyllshire.
Dnnloy, ry. sta., 6 miles SE. of Ballymoney, N. co.
Dunlnce, coast par., N. co. Antrim (containing Bush-
Hunluce, Lower and Upper, 2 bars., NW. co. An-
Dunlugas, seat and school, Alvah par., Banffshire,
Dunmacsniochan, vitrified fort, 54 miles NE. of
Bunmaglass, school, estate, and shooting-lodge, the
Bunmalion, par., N. co. Cork, on river Funcheon,
Dunmail Baise, pass, border of AYestmorland and
Duinnallct, conical eminence with Roman camp, on
Dnniuau, hill, with vestiges of ancient fort, SW.
Dunmanogc, par., S. co. Kildare, near Mageney ry.
Buninanus Bay, SW. co. Cork, 4 miles wide, 16
Hunmanway, market town with ry. sta., Fanlobbus
Dunmase Bock (Queens co.). See Dunamase.
Diinmaul, remarkable rock, 300 ft. high, on N.
Gazetteer of the British Isles, Statistical and Topographical, by John Bartholomew, F.R.G.S.
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