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Ferry-Porl-on-Crafg, par., Fife. See Tayport.

Fcrryside, vil. with ry. sta., St Ishmael par., in
co. and 6 miles SW. of Carmarthen, on river Towey;
P.O., T.o. ; is a bathing-place, and has shrimp and
cockle fisheries.

Fcrrytown of Cree, former name of Creetown.

Fcrsfield, par., S. Norfolk, 4 miles NW. of Diss,
ac., pop. 288; P.O.

Fersncss Bay, in W. of Eday island, Orkney.

Fertagli, par., NW. co. Kilkenny, 6719 ac., pop.
1180; contains Johnstown.

Fertiana, par., mid. co. Tipperary, on river Suir,

2 miles S. of Thurles, 3606 ac., pop. 422.

Feshie, river, Inverness-shire; rises in SE. of co.,
and flows NE., NW., and N. through Glen Feshie to
the Spey, near Kincraig sta.; is 23 miles long.

Fesliie Bridge, hamlet, on river Feshie, E. Inverness-
shire, 2 miles SE. of Kincraig sta.;

Festiniog, town and par. with ry. sta., Merioneth,
in valley between rivers Dwyryd and Cynfael, 16 miles
SAV. of Llanrwst, 16,456 ac., pop. 11,274 ; P.O., T.o., 2
Banks. Market-day,
Saturday ; has slate quarries.

Fetcliam, par. and vil., W. Surrey, 1 mile SW. of
Leatherhead, 1804 ac. (23 water), pop. 472;
P.O.; con-
tains Fetcliam Park.

Fetlialand, Point of, N. extremity of Mainland,
Shetland; in vicinity is the Isic of Fetlialand.

Fctliard.—town and par. with ry. sta., S. co. Tip-
perary, 8 miles N. of Clonmel and 104 miles SW. of
Dublin—town, 203 ac., pop. 1926 ; par., 1530 ac., pop.
2044; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank.—2. Fethard, coast par. and
vil., S. co. Wexford, on Fethard Bay, 16 miles SE. of
Waterford—par., 3929 ac., pop. 1291; vil., pop. 263;
P.O., T.O. The vil. is resorted to for sea-bathing.

Fctlar, island (64 m. by 2| m.), Fetlar and North Yell
par., Shetland, 33 m. NE. of Lerwick, pop. 431;

Fetlar and North If ell, united par., Shetland, com-
prising Fetlar island and the N. part of Yell island,
26,659 ac., pop. 1252.

Fetterangus, vil., Old Deer par., in detached part
of Banffshire, 2 miles N. of Mintlaw sta.; P.O.

Fcttercairn, par. and vil., SW. Kincardineshire—
par., 13,728 ac., pop. 1503; vil., at confluence of
Crichie Burn and the Burn of Balnakettle, 44 miles
NW. of Laurencekirk, pop. 398; P.O., T.o., IBank;
in NE. vicinity of vil. is F. House, seat of Lord Clinton.

Fcttercairn Distillery, at Fettercairn, Kincardine.

Fettercsso, coast par. and vil., Kincardineshire—
par., 27,256 ac., pop. 5541; the par. comprises part of
the town of Stonehaven—pop. of town part, 2249; the
vil., with ruins of ancient church (St Caran’s), is on
Carron Water, 14 mile W. of Stonehaven; a little W.
of vil. is Fctleresso Castle (rebuilt 1830), formerly a
seat of the Earls Marischal.

Fetterncar House, seat of the Leslies of Balquhain,
on river Don, Aberdeenshire, 1 mile NW. of Kemnay
sta.; a little NW. are the ruins of the church of the
ancient chapelry (1109) of Fetternear; adjacent is a
Roman Catholic church (1859). The Bishops of Aber-
deen had a palace at Fetternear.

Fcttes, par., Shropshire. See Fitz.

Fcttcs College, at Comely Bank, in N. vicinity of
city of Edinburgh; originated in a bequest of Sir Wil-
liam Fettes of Comely Bank (1750-1836), and was
erected in 1865-70 at a cost of about £150,000; is con-
ducted on a plan similar to that of the great public
schools of England.

Fctton K111I, hamlet, Leverington par., Cambridge.

Fettykil Paper Mill, 4 mile from Leslie sta., Fife.

Feugh, Water of, Aberdeen and Kincardine ; rises

3 miles NW. of Mount Battock, and flows E. and NE.
to the Dee near Bridge of Feugh, opposite Banchory;
is 194 miles long, and has good fishing.

Feus of Cash, Fifeshire. See Cash Feus.

Fewcott, hamlet, Stoke Lyne par., Oxfordshire, 4
miles NW. of Bicester.

Fewin (or Fewn), Loch. See FiONN.

Fews, par., mid. co. Waterford, 1 mile NW. of Kil-
macthomas, 6817 ac., pop. 601.

Fews, Lower and Upper, 2 bars., co. Armagh—
Lower Fews, 29,757 ac., pop. 10,311; Upper Fews,
47,434 ac., pop. 16,724.

Fcwston, par. and township, E. div. AYest-Riding

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