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Garnavilla Honse, seat, 2 miles SE. of Caher, S.
co. Tipperary.

Garndiffiiith, hamlet, 44 miles from Pontypool,

Garnedd, hamlet, Cwaenysgor par., Flintshire, 4
miles NE. of Rhuddlan.

Garneddwen, hamlet, Ysceifiog par., in co. and 54
miles SAY. of Flint.

Garner, stream, S. Herefordshire, falling into the
Wye near AYhitchurch.

Garnethill, dist. in N. of Glasgow.

Garnfawr, ancient British camp, on coast of Pem-
brokeshire, near Trevine, 8 miles SW. of Fishguard.

Garngad, ry. sta., in NE. of Glasgow.

Garnkirk, vil. with ry. sta., Cadder par., Lanark-
shire, 5f miles NE. of Glasgow, pop. (including Crow
Row and Heathfield) 782; has fireclay works; § mile N.
of sta. is Garnkirk House.

Garnock, river, Ayrshire ; rises on N. border of co.,
and flows S. to Firth of Clyde at Irvine harbour; is 21
miles long, and has salmon and trout.

Garnons, seat, 5 miles S. of Weobly, Herefordshire.

Garnqnccn, vil., with brickworks, Cadder and New
Monkland pars., Lanarkshire, 24 miles NAY. of Coat-
bridge, pop. 934; in vicinity is Gnrnqueen Loch.

Garnstnne Castle, seat, 3 miles NE. of Moorhamp-
ton sta., Herefordshire.

Garogne, rivulet, co. Sligo; rises in Lough Gill and
flows 4 miles NAY. to Sligo Bay.

Garomna, island, co. Galway. See Gorumna.

Garpel Burn (with waterfall), affluent of Water of
Ken, Kirkcudbright, 1 mile N. of New Galloway.

Garpel Water.—affluent of river Ayr, Muirkirkpar.,
E. Ayrshire.—2. Garpel (or Garpol) Water (with glen
and waterfall), affluent of Evan AYater, N. Dumfries-
shire, near Beattock sta.

Garphar House, seat, in par. and 2 miles NE. of
Ballantrae, SW. Ayrshire.

Garr . See also Gar .

Garrahost, vil., Eye Peninsula, Lewis island, Outer
Hebrides, 7 miles E. of Stornoway ;

Garrachorry Burn, one of the principal headstreams
of river Dee, Aberdeenshire.

Garraghnism Cave, coast cave, near Coll, 6 miles
NE. of Stornoway, Lewis island, Outer Hebrides.

Garrah, mountain, E. Cornwall, 9 miles NAY. of
Bodmin, alt. 1060 ft.

Garrahan, mountain, in Isle of Man, 6 miles N. of
Douglas, alt. 1520 ft.

Garrallan, mining vil., 2 miles SW. of Cumnock,
Ayrshire ; in vicinity is Garrallan House.

Garramanagh, par., NW. co. Kilkenny, 2 miles
NAY. of Freshford, 529 ac., pop. 69.

Garraneskinnefeake, par., E. co. Cork, 2 miles W.
of Cloyne, 1571 ac., pop. 694.

Garrangibbon, par., SE. co. Tipperary, 6 miles NW.
of Carrick-on-Suir, 4712 ac., pop. 549.

Garranlea House, seat, 5 miles SW. of Cashel, S.
co. Tipperary.

Garras Huel Lead Mine, near Truro, AY. Cornwall.

Garrat, hamlet, on river Wandle, mid. Surrey, 2
miles S. of Wandsworth.

Garrawalt Falls, Ballochbuie Forest, S. Aberdeen-
shire, on the Garbh Allt, 4 miles SE. of Braemar.

Garreg, eminence, Flintshire, 3 m. NAY. of Holywell.

Garrel, school, Kirkmichael par., Dumfriesshire;
Garrel Water is an affluent of AYater of Ae.

Garrel Hill, part of the Kilsyth range, Stirlingshire,
2 miles N. of Kilsyth, alt. 1381 ft.; Garrel Burn is an
affluent of the Kelvin.

Garrett, High, hamlet, Bocking par., Essex, 3 miles
N. of Braintree.

Garrick, hamlet, Heckington par., S. Lincolnshire,
4 miles NW. of Swineshead.

Garrier Burn, affluent of Carmel Water, N. Ayrshire.

Garrigill, mining dist., in par. and 3 miles SE. of
Alston, E. Cumberland;

Garrion Gill, right affluent of river Clyde, Lanark-
shire ; 3 miles S. of Wishaw are Garrion Grain Mills,
and Garrion Tower, seat; Garrion Bridge (1817),
across the Clyde, has 3 arches, each 65 ft. in span.

Garrison, vil., 5 miles S. of Belleek, N. co. Fer-
managh, on Lough Melvin ;

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

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