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Durham College, par., in Durham city, pop. 66.

Durhaiiitown, vil., in par. and 1 mile S. of Bath-
gate, Linlithgowshire.

Durie, seat and colliery, 1| m. NW. of Leven, Fife.

Durinc, coast vil. with hotel and school, in N. of
Durness par., Sutherlandshire; P.O., called Durness.

Durinisk. See Duirinish.

Durisdecr, vil., Dumfries ; P.O. See Durrisdeer.

Dnrlelgh, par., AV. Somerset, 2 miles SAV. of Bridg-
water, 886 ac., pop. 208.

Durlcston, small bay and headland, on coast of
Dorset, 2 miles S. of Swanage Bay.

Durley, par. and vil., N. Hants, 3 miles W. of
Bishops AValtham, 2497 ac., pop. 476.

Durley Common, 44 m. NW. of Ledbury, Hereford.

Dnrn, hill and stream, Fordyce par., Banffshire; hill,
with remains of ancient camp, 2 miles SAV. of Portsoy,
alt. 651 ft.
; stream, flows 6 m. NE. to the sea at Port-
soy; on N. side of hill is a quarry, with a beautiful
variety of quartz, exported for use in the potteries.

Durness, par., NW. Sutherlandshire, 140,812 ac.,
pop. 987
; contains the vil. of Durine, 20 miles NW. of
Tongue; P.O., called Durness; 2f miles from Durine
Inn is Durness Ferry, across the Kyle of Dnrness.

Dnrnford, par. and vil., S. AVilts, on river Avon, 24
miles SW. of Amesbury, 3758 ac., pop. 449
; P.O.

Diirno, vil., Chapel of Garioch par., Aberdeenshire,

2    miles N. of Pitcaple ry. sta.; 1 Bank.

Dnror, quoad sacra par. and vil., with school and
inn, Lismore and Appin par., Argyllshire—par., pop.
; vil., 5 miles SAV. of Ballachulish ; P.O.

Durran, former loch, now a rich meadow, Olrig par.,

Durrants, hamlet, in par. and 24 miles N. of
Havant, S. Hants.

Dnrras Park, seat on Galway Bay, S. co. Galway.

Durrington.—par., W. Sussex, 24 m. NW. of Worth-
ing, 900 ac., pop. 181.—
2. Durrington, par., S. AVilts,
onr. Avon, 2 m. N. of Amesbury, 2712 ac., pop. 392; p.o.

Durrington House, seat, 1J mile NE. of Harlow
ry. sta., Essex.

Durris, par. and vil., N. Kincardineshire—-par.,
15,294 ac., pop. 1014
; vil. (Kirkton of Durris), If miles
E. of Crathes sta.
; P.O.; If mile E. of vil. is Durris
Dlouse (17th century); adjacent is Durris Tower.

Durrisdeer, par. and vil., Dumfriesshire, 6 m. N. of
Thornhill, 19,717 ac., pop. 1107; P.O., called Durisdeer.

Durrow.—market town, Queen’s co., and par., partly
also in co. Kilkenny
par., 6527 ac., pop. 1488 ; town,
on river Erkina, 2miles NAV. of Attanagh ry. sta., pop.
738; P.O., T.O. Market-day,
Friday.—2. Durrow,
par., King’s co. and co. AVestmeath, 3 miles N. of
tullamore, 9771 ac., pop. 1263.—
3. Durrow, sta. on
Waterford and Dungarvan By., 7 miles NE. of Dun-
jarvan, co. Waterford.

Durrns, par. and vil. with ry. sta. (Durrus Road),
3. co. Cork, 5 miles SAV. of Bantry—par., 11,138 ac.,
pop. 2057
; vil., pop. 201; P.O., T.o. Market-day, Sat.

Dnrsey, island, Kilnamanagh par., co. Cork, 1402
ac., pop. 210. On SW. point of island is a lighthouse,
with flashing light (Dursey Head) seen 16 miles.

Dursley, market town, par., and ry. sta., in co. and
15 miles SW. of Gloucester and 200 miles NAV. of
London, 1059 ac., pop. 2344; P.O., T.O., 2 Banks, 1
newspaper. Market-days,
Thursday and Saturday.

Dnrston, par. and hamlet with ry. sta., W. Somer-
set, 6 miles S. of Bridgwater, 1022 ac., pop. 222
; p.o.

Dnrweston, par. and vil., N. Dorset, on river Stour,

3    m. NW. of Blandford Forum, 1763 ac., pop. 376; p.o.

Duryard Lodge, seat, 1 m. N. of Exeter, E. Devon.

Dusoin, glen, near Killeagh, E. co. Cork.

Dnston, par., in co. and partly in bor. of North-
ampton, 1760 ac., pop. 2497
; P.O.

Dutch Kiver, artificial mouth of river Don, S. div.
West-Riding Yorkshire
; constructed 1630.

Dutchman’s Hole, cavern in the cliffs, SW. coast of
Isle of Wight, near Brixton.

Dnthil, par. and hamlet, NE. Inverness, 7 miles
SW. of Grantown, 71,927 ac., pop. 1664; adjoining D.
church is the Seafield mausoleum, erected in 1837.

Dutlas, 6 miles from Knighton, Radnorshire; P.O.

Dnton Hill, hamlet, Great Easton par., AV. Essex,
3 miles N. of Dunmow.

Dntton. — township, Great Bud worth par., mid.
Cheshire, on river AVeaver, 54 miles NAV. of North-
wich, 2090 ac. (36 water), pop. 452.—2. Dutton, town-
ship, Ribchester par., N. Lancashire, on river Ribble,
64 miles NAV. of Blackburn, 1899 ac. (24 water), pop.
259 ; contains Dutton Manor.

Dutton Caeca, Dntton Diffeth, and Dntton-y-
Bran, 3 townships, Holt par., Denbighshire, on Cheshire
border—Dutton Caeca, 423ac., pop. 85; DuttonDiffeth,
625 ac., pop. 127 ; Dutton-y-Bran, 616 ac., pop. 34.

Diivillaun More, island, Kilmore par., W. co. Mayo,
in Blacksod Bay, 155 ac., pop. 26.

Dnxbury, township, Standish par., N. Lancashire,
2 miles S. of Chorley, 1012 ac., pop. 423; contains
Dnxbury Hall.

Duxford.— hamlet, Hinton-Waldrist par., Berks,
64 miles NE. of Faringdon.—2. Duxford, par. and
vil., Cambridgeshire, on river Cam, 54 miles W. of
Linton, 3132 ac., pop. 774; p.o.

Dwarfie Hammers, rocks on Ward Hill, Hoy island,

Dwarfie Stone, huge block of sandstone, Hoy island,
Orkney; has been hollowed out into three chambers,
and is mentioned in Scott’s

Dwarwick Head, E. termination of Dunnet Bay,
N. coast of Caithness.

Dwrbach, hamlet, 3m. S. of Fishguard, Pembroke; P.O.

Dwyafon, hamlet, Llangerniew par., Denbighshire,
64 miles NE. of Llanrwst.

Dwyffrwd, hamlet, Pennant par., Montgomeryshire,
8g miles NAV. of Llanfyllin.

Bwygyfylchi, coast par. and vil., Carnarvonshire,
24 miles W. of Conway—par., 3789 ac. land and 2205
water, pop. 2159; vil., pop. 2122.

Dwyran, hamlet, in co. and 3 m. from Carnarvon; P.O.

Dwyriew, hamlet, Manafon par., Montgomeryshire,
2 miles SE. of Llanfair.

Dyan, 3 miles N. of Caledon, E. co. Tyrone ; P.O.

Hyce, par. and vil. with ry. junc., Aberdeen—par.,
5237 ac., pop. 1162; vil. (Gordon Place and Dyce), 6£
miles NW. of Aberdeen, pop. 561; P.O.; is situated
near the right bank of the Don, and has granite works.

Dye Water.—rivulet, Berwickshire, flowing E. to the
Whiteadder near Ellem inn; is 13f miles long, and is a
good trouting stream.
—2. Dye Water, rivulet, Kin-
cardineshire, rising on Mount Battock, and flowing NE.
through Glen Dye to the Feugh near Strachan church ;
is 14| miles long, and is a good trouting stream ; on the
left bank, 5 m. from mouth, is Bridge of Dye, seat.—
3. Dye, or West Water, river, Forfarshire, flowing 20
miles SE. to the North Esk, 4 miles NE. of Brechin.

Dyers Mill, eccl. dist., Sheffield par., S. div. West-
Riding Yorkshire, pop. 10,073.

Dyffrin.*—hamlet, Llanthetty par., Brecknockshire,
64 miles NW. of Crickhowell. —
2. Dyffrin, hamlet,
Yainor par., Brecknockshire, 3 m. N. of Merthyr-Tydfil.

Dyffrydan, hamlet, near Dolgelly, Merioneth.

Dyffryn.—eccl. dist. and vil., Cadoxton par., Gla-
morgan, pop. 661; the vil. is 54 miles SAY. of Llandaff;
in vicinity of vil. is Dyffryn Honse.—2. Dyffryn, ry.
sta., 11 miles NE. of Llanelly, SE. Carmarthenshire.—
3, Dyffryn, ry. sta., 6 miles NAY. of Barmouth,
Merioneth.—Dyflryn, hamlet, Meifod par., Mont-
gomeryshire, 4 miles S. of Llanfyllin.

Dyffryn Aled, seat, in co. and 74 m- W. of Denbigh.

Dyffryn Clerwcn, school, Rhayader par., Radnor.

Dyffryn Flan and Dyffryn ftwy, 2 hamlets, 2 miles
NAV. of Rhayader, Radnorshire.

Dyffryn Honddu, eccl. dist., Merthyr Cynog par.,
Brecknockshire, pop. 333; contains Upper and Lower
Dyffryn Honddu, hamlets, 8 miles NW. of Brecknock.

Dyffryn Llanfair, hamlet, in par., and near New-
town, Montgomeryshire.

Dyffryncidricli, hamlet, in par. and 3 miles NE.
of Llangadock, Carmarthenshire.

Byffrynclydacli, township and vil., Cadoxton par.,
Glamorgan, 2 miles NW. of Neath, 1725 ac. (19 water),
pop. 1222; contains Byffrynclydacli House.

Dyil, or Dovey, river, N. Wales ; rises on E. side of
Aran Mowddwy, Merioneth, and flows S. and SW.

* Dyffrin, or Dyffryn, is a Welsh word signifying “a water-
course in a valley.”

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