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Glencalvie Deer Forest, Ross and Cromarty, 4620
ac.; post-town, Ardgay.

Glencanisp Deer Forest, Sutherland, 34,490 ac.;
post-town, Lochinver; 1½ mile SE. of Lochinver, on
Loch Suardalain, is Glencanisp House.

Glencannicli Deer Forest. See Craskie.

Glencaple, vil., Caerlaverock par., in co. and 5miles

S. of Dumfries, on river Nith; P.O.; is a sub-port oi
Dumfries, and a small bathing resort.

Glencar.—10 miles S. of Killorglin, W. co. Kerry ;
P.O.; Glencar Valley lies along the border of bars.
Dunkerron and Iveragh. — 2. Glencar (or Glen
lough), chapelry, cos. Leitrim and Sligo, 8 miles NE.
of Sligo ; P.O.; Glencar Lough is 2 miles long.

Glencarradale House, seat, Kintyre, Argyllshire,
13 miles NE. of Campbeltown. See

Glencarrick Leap, waterfall, on Duncow Burn (affi.
of river Nith), in co. and 6g miles N. of Dumfries.

Glencarrig House, in co. and 4 m. SW. of AVicklow.

Glencarron, ry. sta., Lochalsh par., Ross-shire, 17
miles NE. of Strome Ferry and 36 SW. of Dingwall;
in vicinity is Glencarron Lodge.

Glcncarse, hamlet with ry. sta., Kinfauns par., in
co. and 6 miles E. of Perth; p.o.; N. of sta. are Glen-
carse Hill (596 ft.) and Glencarse House, seat.

Glencastle, hill (760 ft.) and ravine, 5 miles SE. of
Belmullet, NW. co. Mayo.

Glencaum, a glen, 3 m. E. of Macroom, W. co. Cork.

Gleneo, ravine, bar. Erris, NW. co. Mayo, near
Lough Carrowmore.

Glencoagh, agricultural school, co. Donegal; post-
town, Donegal.

Glencoaghan, stream, NW. co. Galway, running 4
miles S. to Lough Derryclare.

Glencoe, If mile E. of Ballachulish, Argyll; P.O., T.O.

Glencoin, romantic ravine on borders of Cumberland
and Westmorland, traversed by Glencoin Beck, which
descends from AVatson’s Dodd mountain and falls into

Glencoluinbkllle, par. and hamlet, AY. co. Donegal,
in the Glen Valley, 17 miles NAY. of Killybegs,
32,245 ac., pop. 4139; P.O., called Glencolumbklll;
there are still some ancient remains associated with the
name of St Columb, who is said to have had his
favourite abode at Glencolumbkille.

Glenconnor House, 1 mile W. of Clonmel, S. co.

Glenconvinth, school, Kiltarlity par., Inverness.

Glencorrib House, seat, SE. co. Mayo, 14 miles W.
of Tuam.

Glencorse, par. and ry. sta., on Glencorse Burn, in
co. and 14½ miles S. of Edinburgh by rail, 4257 ac., pop.
1500; contains Glencorse Barracks (formerly Green¬
law Military Prison) and Glencorse House, seat;
Glencorse Burn is an affluent of the North Esk.

Glencoul, Loch, arm of the sea, Eddrachilis par.,
W. Sutherland.

Glencree, rivulet and valley, bar. Rathdown, N. co.
Wicklow, 6 miles SW. of Bray ; the rivulet issues from
Lough Bray and joins the Dargle; at the head of the
glen is Glencree Barracks, now used as a Roman
Catholic Reformatory.

Glcncreggan, seat, 5 miles from Tayinloan, Kintyre,

Gleneripesdale House, seat, Morvern par., Argyll¬
shire, at mouth of Glen Gripesdale, on S. side of Loch
Sunart, 4 miles SAY. of Salen.

Glencross, par., Edinburgh. See Glencorse.

Glencrutchery House, seat, 1½ mile N. of Douglas,
Isle of Man.

Glencullen, rivulet, S. co. Dublin, flowing to river
Cookstown, 6 miles W. of Bray.

Glendalmrk, mountain vale, bar. Burrishoole, W.
co. Mayo, near Clew Bay.

Gleudale, ward, N. Northumberland, 111,879 ac.,
pop. 9509.

Glendale, seat, Diminish par., Skye island, in Glen
Dale, 8 miles NW. of Dunvegan ; P.O.

Glendalllgan, hamlet, 7 miles SW. of Kilmacthomas,
mid. co. Waterford.

Glendalough, mountain vale, 8 miles NW. of Rath-
drum, mid. co. AVicklow; a spot here is known as the
“Seven Churches,” from its being the site of an ancient

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