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Isaf, hundred, Carnarvonshire, 25,960ac., pop. 2447;
contains 5 pars, and part of another.

Isalcd, hundred, Denbighshire, 118,421 ac., pop.
9428; contains 9 pars, and parts of 5 others.

Isauld, hamlet, Reay par., NAY. Caithness, 1J mile
E. of Reay and 10J miles AY. of Thurso.

Isay Island, in Loch Dunvegan, Duirinish par.,
Skye island, Inverness-shire.

Isbister, seat, Evie and Rendall par., Mainland,
Orkney, on Bay of Isbister, 6 miles NAY. of Kirkwall.

Isctaoed, seat, Carmarthenshire; post-tn., Llandilo.

Iscoed.—hamlet, St Ishmaelspar., in co. and 8 miles
SW. of Carmarthen ; here is the seat of Iscoed Honse.
—2, Iscoed, hamlet, Llandefeilog par., in co. and 5J
miles S. of Carmarthen.

Iscoyd, township, Malpas par., Flintshire, 3 miles
W. of AVhitchurch, 2662 ac., pop. 411; contains the
seat of Iscoyd Park.

Isdnlas, hundred, Denbighshire, 67,511 ac., pop.
14,897 ; contains 7 pars, and parts of 5 others.

Isell, par., township, and vil., Cumberland, on river
Derwent, 3 miles NE. of Cockermouth—par., 6901 ae.,
pop. 455; township (Isell Old Park), 1844 ac., pop. 67;
in vicinity of vil. is the seat of Isell Hall.

Iselstonc, reef, on coast of Northumberland, near
Bamburgh Castle.

Isertkelly, par., S. co. Galway, 6 miles SAY. of
Loughrea, 1894 ac., pop. 64.

Isertkieran, par., SE. co. Tipperary, 8 miles NE. of
Fethard, 1428 ac., pop. 183.

Iscrtlaiirence. See Inch, St Lawrence.

Isfield, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Sussex, 3 miles
SAY. of Uckfield, 1895 ac. (24 water), pop. 451;
in vicinity of vil. is the seat of Isfield Place.

Isgorfai, hundred, Carnarvonshire, 43,526 ac., pop.
28,159 ; contains 7 pars, and part of another.

Isgraig, township, Llanddwywe par., Merioneth, on
the coast, 5J miles NW. of Barmouth, pop. 270.

Isliam, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Northampton-
3k miles SE. of Kettering Junction, 1150 ac.,
pop. 381;

Isliartmon, par., S. co. Wexford, on Tacumshane
Lough, 3 miles S. of Killinick, 965 ac., pop. 119.

Islilawreocd, section of Bedwelty par., Monmouth.

Isis, name of upper part of river Thames to its con-
fluence with the Thame, Oxfordshire. See

Isis Parlis, or Giants Caves, on N. border of West-
morland, in a cliff on bank of river Eamont.

Iskennen, commot, Carmarthenshire,38,838ac.,pop.
10,375 ; contains 5 pars, and part of another.

Isla. — river, Banffshire and border of Aberdeen-
shire ; rises near Dufftown, and flows 18 miles NE. to
the Deveron near Rothiemay.—2, Isla, river; rises
near the meeting point of Forfarshire, Perthshire, and
Aberdeenshire, flows SE. through Glen Isla, Forfar-
shire, and SW. through Perthshire, and falls into the
Tay near Cargill sta., 4| miles SW. of Coupar Angus ;
is 46 miles long, forms fine waterfalls (Reekie Linn
and the Slugs of Auchrannie) in the Den of Airlie, and
has salmon in its lower and trout in its upper reaches.

Island, vil., Radley par., Berks, on river Thames, 2
miles S. of Oxford.

Island.—coast par., S. co. Cork, 2 miles S. of Clona-
: kilty, 2676 ac., pop. 717; contains Inchydoney, island
with seat (Inchydoney House or The Island). — 2.
Island, 6 miles from Gort, S. co. Galway;

Island, Little, par., co. Cork. See Little Island.

Island Glass Llgbtlionse. See Glass Island.

Island Boy, island, Mevagh par., N. co. Donegal,
91 ac., pop. 48.

Island Taggart, island, in Lough Strangford, Killy-
leagh par., E. co. Down, 76 ac., pop. 7.

Island Vow, near head of Loch Lomond, Arrochar
par., Dumbartonshire, 2 miles SE. of Ardlui pier; con-
tains ruins of an ancient fortalice of the Macfarlanes.

Islandbrldge, vil., in co. and W. suburbs of Dublin.
There are extensive cavalry barracks at Tslandbridge,
and in the vicinity are corn and woollen mills.

Xslandeady, par., mid. co. Mayo, 5 miles AY. of
Castlebar, 23,763 ac., pop. 4178 ; contains Islandeady
Lougb, 4 miles long.

Isliiiulikanc, par., in co. and 3 miles SAY. of AYater-
ford, 4537 ac., pop. 659.






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