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attractive scenery there is a large influx of visitors
during the summer months. The harbour is small;
limestone and iron-ore are exported. In the vicinity is
Glcnarm Castle, seat of the Earl of Antrim.

Glenarm, Lower and Upper, 2 bars., E. co. An¬
trim-Lower Glenarm, 64,945 ac., pop. 9239; Upper
Glenarm, 24,032 ac., pop. 8402.

Glcnaros House, seat, Mull island, Argyllshire, at
mouth of river Aros, 1½ mile NW. of Salen.

Glenart Castle, seat, 2 miles NW. of Arklow, SE.
co. Wicklow, on river Avoca.

Glenartney Deer Forest, Perthshire, 19,310 ac.;
Glenartney Forest Lodge is 8 miles SW. of Comrie.

Glenavon, seat, on Avon Water, in par. and 1½ mile
NE. of Stonehouse sta., Lanarkshire.

Glenavon Deer Forest, S. Banffshire, 37,150 ac.;
post-town, Ballindalloch.

Glenavy, par. and vil. with ry. sta., S. co. Antrim,
15 miles W. of Belfast—par., 7753 ac., pop. 2038 ; vil.,
pop. 136; P.O. ; the vil. is partly in Camlin par., and
stands upon the rivulet Glenavy, which flows into
Lough Neagh.

Glenawley, bar., co. Fermanagh. See Clanawley.

Glenays, old castle, in co. and 4½ miles SW. of Ayr.

Glenbane, par., in W. of co. and 6 miles W. of Tip¬
perary, 943 ac., pop. 328.

Glenbarr, hamlet, near month of Barr Water, W.
coast of Kintyre, Argyllshire, 6½ miles S. of Tayinloan;
P.O.; across the stream is Glenbarr Abbey, seat.

_ Glenbarry, ry. sta., 4| miles NE. of Grange junc¬
tion, Banffshire.

Glenbay (Gienbehy), vil., co. Kerry. See Glenbegh.

Glenbcagh, mountain valley, at the head of Lough
Beagh, bar. Kilmacrenan, N. co. Donegal.

Glenbeg and Inverlael Deer Forest, Ross and
Cromarty, 14,370 ac.; post-town, Ardgay.

Glenbegh, W. co. Kerry, on river Begh, 8 miles
SW. of Killorglin; P.O., T.O. See

Glcnhennan Hill, NE. Kirkcudbrightshire, flanking
Old Water of Cluden, alt. 1305 ft.

Glenbervie.—par., mid. Kincardineshire, 15,041 ac.,
pop. 972; 4½ mile W. of Drumlithie sta. is Glenbervie
House.—2. Glenbervie, seat, mile NW. of Larbert
sta., Stirlingshire.

Glenbolg, vil. with ry. sta., m. N. of Coatbridge,
N. Lanarkshire; P.O.; has fire-clay and brick-works.

Glenhorrodale Castle, seat, Ardnamurchan par.,
Argyll, on N. shore of Loch Sunart, 7 m. SAY. of Salen.

Glenboy, seat, 2 miles SE. of Manor Hamilton, N.
co. Leitrim.

Glenhreckrie, place with school, in Glen Breckrie,
Southend par., Kintyre, Argyllshire.

Glenbrittle, place with school, in Glen Brittle,
Bracadale par., Skye island.

Glcnhrohane, hamlet, near Kilmallock, SE. co.

Glenbrook, vil., near Passage, S. co. Cork.

Glenbruach House, seat, on N. side of Loch Achray,
SW. Perthshire.

Glenbuck, vil. with ry. sta., on E. border of Ayr¬
shire, in par. and 3½ miles NE. of Muirkirk, pop. 858;
P.O.; has coal and lime works; in vicinity is the House
of Glenbuck, seat.

Glenbucket, par., on W. border of Aberdeenshire,
11,084 ac., pop. 506; contains Bridge of Bucket, 44½
miles NW. of Aberdeen; P.O.; in vicinity, at conflu¬
ence of Bucket Water and r. Don, is Glenbucket Castle
(1590), ruined seat of the Gordons of Glenbucket; 7
miles NW., on Bucket Water, is Glenhucket Lodge.

Glenburgie Distillery, 4 m. E. of Forres, Elginshire.

Glenburn Hydropathic, Rothesay, Bute island.

Glenhurnie, vil., with sawmills, in par. and 1½ mile
SE. of Newburgh, Fife.

Glencadam Distillery, Brechin, Forfarshire.

Glencairn, par., W. Dumfriesshire, 30,083 ac., pop.
1737 ; contains Moniaive, 8 m. SAY. of Thornhill sta.;
Glencairn gave the title of earl to the Cunninghams.

Glencairn Ahhey, seat, 3 miles W. of Lismore, W.
co. AVaterford, on river Blackwater.

Glencaladh House, seat, at W. side of entrance to
Loch Riddon, Argyllshire.

GlencaUy Deer Forest, NW. Forfarshire, 2920 ac.;
r>ost-town, Glenisla.

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