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Dysart.moon, par., S. co. Kilkenny, on river Nore,
3 miles S. of Inistioge, 6207 ac., pop. 951.

Dyscrt.—par., mid. co. Clare, 5 miles NW. of Ennis,
7250 ac., pop. 1127.—2. Dyscrt, par., N. co. Kerry, on
river Brick, 3 miles SW. of Listowel, 6053 ac., pop. 934.
—3. Dysert, par., N. co. Kerry, 2 miles SW. of Castle-
island, 6073 ac., pop. 950.—4. Dysert, par., mid. co.
Limerick, on river Maigue, 3 miles SE. of Adare, 909
ac., pop. 101.—5. Dyscrt, par., N. co. Waterford, on
river Suir, 2 miles SW. of Clonmel, 5396 ac., pop. 668.

Dyscrth, par. and vil., NAY. Flintshire, 4 miles NE.
of St Asaph, 2081 ac. and 173 foreshore, pop. 966; P.O. ;
has remains of a Norman castle, on a height command-
ing a magnificent view of the Yale of Clwyd.

Dysynnl, river, Merioneth; rises on NE. of Cader
Idris and flows 17 miles SW. to Cardigan Bay at Towyn.

Dytchley Dark, seat, 2 miles NE. of Charlbury.

Ea, Lough, 5 miles E. of Glenties, W. co. Donegal.

Eabost House, AY. coast of Skye island, Inverness-
shire, on Loch Bracadale, 2 miles NW. of Struan.

Each, hamlet, Eastry par., E. Kent, 2b miles SW. of

Eachalg, rivulet, Argyllshire; issues from Loch Eck
and flows 5J miles S. along Strath Eachaig to Holy
Loch ; is a good fishing stream.

Eachcnd Hill, hamlet, Lyminge par., E. Kent.

Eacliwick, township, Heddon-on-the-Wall par., S.
Northumberland, on river Pont, 9£ miles NW. of New-
castle, 984 ac., pop. 58.

Eagerness, headland, Wigtown. See Eggerness.

England Hill, school, Garstang dist., N. Lancashire.

Eagle, par., in co. and 7b miles SW. of Lincoln, 2450
ac. (with Eagle Hall), pop. 455; P.O.; contains the
hamlet of Eagle Barnsdale.

Eagle.—island, 3 miles SW. of Erris Head, NW. co.
Mayo, pop. 15; on the island, 3£ miles SW. of Erris
Head, is a lighthouse, with 2 fixed lights (Eagle), 220
ft. above high water, and seen 20 miles.—2. Eagle,
mountain, 4 miles SE. of Hilltown, S. co. Down, 2084 ft.
—3. Eagle, hill, 6 miles SW. of Dingle, W. co. Kerry,
745 ft. high.

Eagle Crag, AY. border of Cumberland, 5 miles S.
of Derwent AYater, alt. 1863 ft.

Eagle Hall, par., in co. and 9 miles SW. of Lincoln,
pop. 69.

Eagle Woodliousc, par., mid. Lincolnshire, on AY.
border of co., adjacent to Eagle par., 80 ac., pop. 7.

Eagleburst, seat of the Earl of Craven, 7b miles SE.
of Southampton, S. Hants.

Eagles .* See Eglis .

Eagle’s Jiest, wooded peak or cliff (1200 ft. high), 6m.
SAY. of Killarney, co. Kerry; has a remarkable echo.

Eaglcscarnie, seat, inco. and 3 m. S. of Haddington.

Eaglcscllffe Junction, ry. sta., 3 miles SW. of
Stockton on Tees, S. Durham; P.O. See Egglescliffe.

Eaglesfleld, township, Brigham par., W. Cumberland,
b miles SW. of Cockermouth, 1998 ac., pop. 258; P.O.

Eaglesfleld, vil., Middlebie par., Dumfriesshire, 1
mile NE. of Kirtlebridge sta., pop. 534 ; P.O.

Eaglesfleld Abbey, par., Carlisle city, pop. 64.

Eaglcsford, old name of Aylesford, mid. Kent.

Eaglesham, par. and vil., SE. Renfrewshire—par.,
15,666 ac., pop. 1385; vil., 2
b miles SW. of Hairmyres
sta. and 8| S. of Glasgow, pop. 888 ; P.O., 1 Bank; in
the 17th century E. was a small market town; the
present vil. was founded in 1796 by the 12th Earl of
Eglinton ; it had at one time handloom weaving and a
cotton-mill; it is now a resort for summer visitors from
Glasgow; in vicinity is Eaglesham Honse.

Eaglcton, Lower, hamlet, 7 miles NW. of Ledbury,
Herefordshire; P.O.

Eagley, vil. with school (Eagley Mills), in par. and
1 mile N. of Bolton, SE. Lancashire; P.O.

Eagrove, hamlet, St Decumans par., W. Somerset,
near Watchet.

Eakley Lanes, hamlet, Stoke Goldington par., Bucks,
4 miles NW. of Newport Pagnell.

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

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