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city, one of the oldest seats of religion and learning in
Ireland, founded by St Kevin in the 6th century.
There are interesting ecclesiastical ruins, and a round
tower, one of the finest of its kind.

Gleiulargan, affluent of the Derg, on W. border of
co. Tyrone.

Glemlarragh, seat, 2 miles NW. of Newtown Mount
Kennedy, NE. co. Wicklow.

Glendarroch Distillery, Ardrishaig, Argyllshire.

Glcndai'iiel, 8 miles N. of Tighnabruaich, Argyll-
shire ; P.O.; 2 miles farther N. is Glendarnel House.

Glcmlassan, vale, near Glendalough, mid. co. Wick-
low ; has a stream which joins the Avonmore.

Glendean’s Banks, chasm, Traquair par., Peebles-
shire, near the house of The Glen.

Glendelvine, seat, 3miles N. of Murthly sta., Perth.

Gleiidei'aniakin, headstream of river Greta, W.
Cumberland ; issues from Scales Tarn on Saddleback,
flows round Souther Pell, thence SW. to the confluence
with St John’s Beck near Threlkeld.

Glencleraterra Seek, stream, W. Cumberland ; rises
between Skiddaw and Saddleback, and flows 3 miles S.
to the Greta near Latrigg.

Glendermot, par., Londonderry. See Clondermot.

Glendevon, par., S. Perthshire, among the Ochil
Hills, 9133 ac., pop. 147 ; P.O.; contains an old castle,
and Glendevon House, seat, 7 miles N. of Dollar.

Glendbn, Loch, arm of the sea, Eddrachillis par.,
W. Sutherlandshire.

Glendinning, estate with remains of old castle,
Westerkirk par., NE. Dumfriesshire, on Megget Water.

Glendoan, 10 m. from Letterkenny, co. Donegal; P.O.

Glendochart.—school, Killin par., Perthshire.—2.
Glendochart, farm, traversed by the Deil’s Dyke,
Penninghame par., NE. Wigtownshire.

Glendoe Deer Forest, Inverness-shire, 17,190 ac.;
post-town, Fort Augustus.

Glendolck, hamlet, 14 mile NE. of Glencarse sta.,
SE. Perthshire ; P.O.; f mile N. is Glendoick House.

Glendoll Deer Forest, NW. Forfarshire, 3860 ac.;
post-town, Kirriemuir.

Glendon, par., N. Northamptonshire, 24 miles NW.
of Kettering, 1490 ac., pop. 63 ; contains the seat of
Glendon Hall.

Glendorck Burn, affluent of Snar Water, Craw-
ford john par., S. Lanarkshire; at its mouth stood
Glendorch Castle.

Gleiulonne, seat, 1 mile S. of Girvan, Ayrshire.

Glendowan mountains, a range, in S. of bar. Kil-
macrenan, N. co. Donegal, alt. 1770 ft.

Glendowran Burn, affluent of Snar Water, Craw-
ford john par., S. Lanarkshire.

Giendronach Distillery, Forgue par., Aberdeen-
shire, 7 miles NE. of Huntly.

Glenduckie, vil., 3 miles E. of Newburgh, Fifeshire;
in N. vicinity is Glenduckie Hill, alt. 714 ft.

Glendue, wooded dell, S. Northumberland, descend-
ing to river South Tyne at Haydon Bridge.

GlendufT Castle, 9 m. S. of Newcastle, co. Limerick.

Glendun, rivulet, N. co. Antrim; falls into the sea
at Cushendun.

Glendye Lodge, Strachan par., Kincardineshire, on
Dye Water, 10 miles SW. of Banchory.

Gleneagles House (1624), seat of the Earl of Camp-
er down, Blackford par., SE. Perthshire, near foot of
Glen Eagles, 14 mile S. of Crieff Junction.

Glcnealo, stream, flowing through the vale of Glen-
dalough, mid. co. Wicklow.

Glenealy, par. and vil. with ry. sta., in co. and 44
miles SW. of Wicklow, 8097 ac., pop. 747; P.O.

Glenearn, seat, 2 m. SW. of Bridge of Earn, Perth.

Gleneely, 5 m. from Cardonagh, N. co. Donegal; P.O.

Glenegidale, school, Kildalton par., Islay island,

Glenelg, par. and vil. with quay, W. Inverness-shire
—par., 134,778 ac., pop. 1601; vil., on Glenelg Bay, 7
miles SW. of Lochalsh; P.O. The par. is divided, by
Loch Hourn and Loch Nevis, into the 3 districts of
Glenelg, Knoydart, and Morar.

Glenelly.—mountain vale, bar. Lower Glenarm, E.
co. Antrim.—2. Glenelly, river and mountain vale,
bar. Upper Strabane, N. co. Tyrone; the river joins
the Owenkillen river at Carrickmore.

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