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the Flntry Hills, alt. 1676 ft.; miles E. of vil., on
Endrick Water, is the Lonp of Flntry, a waterfall of
94 ft.; 3½ miles E. of vil. are the remains of Fintry (or
Graham’s) Castle, stronghold of the Grahams of Fintry.
— 2. Flntry, estate, long of the Grahams of Fintry,
Mains and Strathmartine par., Forfarshire, 3 m. NE. of
Dundee; of Fintry Castle (1311) there are no remains.

Finuge, par. and vil., N. co. Kerry, on river Feale, 2
miles SW. of Listowel, 3740 ac., pop. 876; P.O.

Finvarra (N. co. Clare). See Finavarra.

Flnvoy, par., W. co. Antrim, on river Bann, 4 miles
SW. of Ballymoney, 16,369 ac., pop. 4502; P.O.

Flnzean House, seat, Birse par., Aberdeenshire, 5
miles SE. of Aboyne.

Flodliaig, rivulet, Lairg par., Sutherlandshire ; issues
from Loch Fiodhaig, and flows SE. through Glen Fiod-
haig to Loch Shin.

Flonn Bheinn, mountain, Ross-shire, 7 miles E. of
Kinlochewe, alt. 3060 ft. See Ben Fin.

Flonn Loch, on border of Gairloch and Lochbroom
pars., NW. Ross-shire.

Fir Ends, school, Kirk-Linton par., E. Cumberland.

Fir Grove, seat, near Farnham, W. Surrey.

Fir Hill, seat, SE. co. Cork; post-town, Monkstown.

Fir Island, islet, in Coniston Lake, N. Lancashire.

Fir Tree, eccl. dist., Witton-le-Wear par., S. Durham,
pop. 2426.

Fir Tree Moss, tract, near Kielder sta., S. North¬

Flrbank, township, Kirkby Lonsdale par., West¬
morland, 6 miles E. of Kendal, 2985 ac., pop. 207.

Fir heck, par. and township, S. div. West-Riding
Yorkshire, 6 miles NW. of Worksop sta.—par., 2626
ac., pop. 366; township, 1297 ac., pop. 249; contains
the seat of Firbeck Hall.

Fir by.—hamlet, Fawkham par., W. Kent, 8½ miles
SE. of Dartford.—2. Flrby, township, Westow par.,
East-Riding Yorkshire, on river Derwent, 4 miles SAY.
of Malton, 526 ac., pop. 42 ; contains the seat of
Flrby HaU.—3. Firby, township, in par. and 1 mile
S. of Bedale, North-Riding Yorkshire, 685 ac., pop. 84.

Fire Beacon, hamlet, Marsh Chapel par., N. Lincoln¬
shire, 4 miles NE. of Ludborough.

Firhall, seat, in co. and 1 mile S. of Nairn.

Firkecl, vil., 10 miles SAY. of Castletown Bear haven,
W. co. Cork.

Firkin, small bay and prom., on W. side of Loch
Lomond, Dumbartonshire, 2 miles SE. of Tarbet Pier.

Flrle, West, par. and vil., E. Sussex, 4½ miles SE. of
Lewes, 3429 ac., pop. 573; P.O., called Flrle; behind
the vil. is Flrle Beacon, 820 feet high ; in NE.
vicinity of vil. is Flrle Park.

Firmonnt, seat, 3 miles N. of Edgeworthstown, co.

Firom Isaf, hamlet, on SW. border of Monmouth¬
shire, 7 miles W. of Newport.

Firs, The, seat, SE. Berks; post-town, Binfield.

Flrsby.—par. andry. sta., mid. Lincolnshire, on river
Steeping, 4 miles SE. of Spilsby, 910 ac., pop. 235.—
2. Flrsby, place, Conisbrough par., S. div. West-Riding
Yorkshire, 6 miles SW. of Doncaster.

Firsby, East, par. and township, N. Lincolnshire, on
the AYolds, 6 m. SAY. of Market Rasen—par., 2292 ac.,
pop. 74; township, pop. 33; the par. contains the town¬
ship of West Flrsby, 2 m. SW. of East Firsby, pop. 41.

First Tower, ry. sta., | mile NAY. of St Helier,
Jersey, Channel Islands ; P.O.

Firth and Stenncs, united par., Mainland, Orkney,
15,891 ac., pop. 1362; contains Finstown; in Bay of
Firth, on W. side of par., are oyster beds.

Firth House Paper Mill, at Stainland, near Hali¬
fax, West-Riding Yorkshire.

Firths Voe,Deltingpar., Shetland,inW. ofMainland.

FIscar, vil., Wendron par., W. Cornwall.

Fish Holm, island, Delting par., Shetland, 2½ miles
S. of S. extremity of Yell.

Fish Ponds, ry. sta., 3½ miles NE. of Temple Mead
sta., Bristol. See Fishponds.

Fislihourne, hamlet, on N. coast of Isle of AVight,
at mouth of river AVootton, 2½ miles W. of Ryde.

Fishbonrne, New, par. and vil., W. Sussex, on
Chichester harbour, 1 mile AY. of Chichester, 597 ac.,
pop. 316 ; P.O., called Fishbonrne.

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