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Fyfin, 4 miles from Castlederg, co. Tyrone; P.O.

Fyldon, hamlet, North Molton par., N. Devon, 6
miles NE. of South Molton sta.

Fylingdales, coast township, in par. and 44 m. SE.
of AYhitby, North-Riding Yorkshire, 6325 ac., pop. 1448;
contains the hamlet of Fylingtborpe.

Fylingdales Moor, common lands, belonging to the
townships of Hawsker with Stainsacre and Fylingdales,
North-Riding Yorkshire, 7002 ac.

Fylton, 5 miles N. of Bristol, Gloucestershire ; P.O.
See Eilton.

Fyne, Locb, sea-loch, Argyllshire ; is 404 miles long,
and has a breadth varying from 5 miles at Ardlamont
Point to 1 mile at Strachur and 14 mile at Inveraray
Ferry; is noted for the quality and quantity of its her-
rings. Fyne, ltiver, flows 64 miles SW. through Glen
Fyne to head of Loch Fyne near Cairndow.

Fynliam, vil., Stoneleigh par., S. Warwickshire, on
river Sow, 3 miles S. of Coventry.

Fynnonartliur, hamlet, Llanfihangel par., Mont-
gomeryshire, 54 miles SW. of Llanfyllin.

Fynonen, seat, on NE. border of Pembrokeshire, 4
miles SE. of Cardigan.

Fyrish Hill (or Cnoc Fyrisb), Alness par., Ross-
shire, lj mile N. of Novar House, alt. 1478 ft.; is
crowned by an artificial structure of upright stones in
the form of a temple.

Fyvle, par. and ry. sta., Aberdeenshire—par., on
river Ythan, 29,586 ac., pop. 4403; sta., 7 miles SE. of
Turriff and 31J NW. of Aberdeen ; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank ;
the church is 14 mile SE. of sta.; the old burgh of Fyvie
is now represented by the vil. of Woodhead, 24 miles
E. of sta.; the original Fyvie Castle received a visit
from Edward I. in 1296; the modern castle (seat of the
Gordons of Fyvie), 4 mile NE. of sta., a pile of various
periods from the 15th to the 18th century, stands in a
finely wooded park, with a small artificial lake.

Gabalva, eccl. dist. and hamlet, Llandaff par.,
Glamorgan—dist., pop. 697 ; the hamlet is 2 miles
NE. of Llandaff; in vicinity is Gabalva House,

Gabbards, Inner and ©uter, 2 shoals, off coast of
Essex and Suffolk; Inner Gabbards, 20 miles E. of
Harwich, is 54 miles long; Outer Gabbard (4 miles
further E.) 34 miles long.

Gabber, vil., Wembury par., S. Devon, 6 miles SE.
of Plymouth.

Gaberell, hamlet, Stoke in Teignhead par., E. Devon,
44 miles N. of Torquay.

Gabillo, vil., Ystradgunlais par., Brecknockshire.

Gable, Great, mountain, AY. Cumberland, at head of
Ennerdale, alt. 2949 ft.

Gabriel’s Mount, hill, near Skull vil., SAY. co. Cork,
alt. 1339 ft.

Gabwell, hamlet, in par. and 1 mile from Stokein-
teignhead, E. Devon.

Gad Cliff, precipitous cliff on coast of Dorset, 54
miles NW. of St Albans Head, alt. 500 ft.

Gadbrook Common, 3 miles SAY. of Reigate sta.,
mid. Surrey.

Gaddagb, rivulet, mid. co. Kerry; rises in Lough
Callee and flows 8 miles N. to river Lanne.

Gaddesby, par., N. Leicestershire, 6 miles SW. of
Melton Mowbray, 1657 ac., pop. 241; P.O.; contains
Gaddesby Hall.

Gaddesden, Great, par. and vil., W. Herts, onriver
Gade, 3 miles NAY. of Hemel Hempstead, 4149 ac., pop.
938; contains the seats of Gaddesden Park and Gad-
desden Place, also hamlet of Gaddesden Bow, 2
miles E. of vil.; P.O.

Gaddesden, Little, par. and vil., Herts, on r. Gade,
5 m. N. of Great Berkhampstead, 925 ac., pop. 373; P.O.

Gaddesden Bow, hamlet, Herts; P.O. See Gad-
desden, Great.

Gade, river, Herts ; rises on W. border of co., flows
SE. to Hemel Hempstead, thence S. to the river Colne
near Rickmansworth, and is 16 miles long.

Gadgirtb, seat, on river Ayr, in co. and 5 miles E.
of Ayr.

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

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