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Jnlaher's Grave, lofty mound, in vicinity of Chil-
ham, Kent; antiquities have been found here.

Julian Way (Julia Strata, or Via Julia), ancient
Roman road, Somerset, Gloucester, Monmouth, and
South Wales; the main line ran from Bath across the
Severn (at Aust Ferry) westward to Carmarthen.

Julians, seat, 4 m. NW. of Buntingford sta., Herts.

Jullanstown, par. and hamlet, co. Meath, on Nanny
Water, 5 m. SE. of Drogheda, 3018 ac., pop. 500; P.O.

Jump.—vil., Bickleigh par., Devon, 6 miles NE. of
Plymouth.—2. Jump, 2 miles from Barnsley, West-
Riding Yorkshire;

Junction Boad, ry. sta. (for Tufnell Park), in N. of
London, 1£ mile E. of Hampstead Heath station.

Junction Boad, ry. sta., Leith, Edinburghshire.

Junction Station.—sta. on Cork and Kinsale Ry.,
in co. and 13J miles SW. of Cork.—2. Junction Sta-
tion, sta. on Londonderry and Letterkenny Ry., NE.
co. Donegal.—3. Junction Station (for Howth), sta. on
Great Northern Ry., in co. and 4| miles NE. of Dublin.

Juniper Green, vil. with ry. sta., Colinton par.,
Edinburghshire, on Water of Leith, 5 miles SAY. of
Edinburgh, pop. 1018 ; P.O.; is a summer resort.

Juniper Hall and Juniper Hill, seats, 3 miles NE.
of Dorking, Surrey ; a French colony settled here after
the Revolution.

Jnra, island and par., Argyllshire—island, one of the
southern or Islay group, and the fourth largest of the
Inner Hebrides, is separated on the S. from Islay by the
Sound of Islay, on the E. from Knapdale and Lorne by
the Sound of Jura, and on the N. from Scarba by the
Gulf of Corryvreckan; greatest length, 27 miles;
greatest breadth, 8J miles; pop. 773; par. (including
also the islands of Balnahua, Garvelloch, Lunga, Pladda,
Scarba, and Skervuile), 93,799 ac., pop. 946; P.O. (at
Craighouse and Lagg). Jura is visited by the Clyde
steamers to Islay and Oban, and has ferries at Feolin
on S. coast to Islay, at Lagg on E. coast to Keills in
Knapdale, and at Kinuachdrach near N. extremity of
island to Craignish in Lorne. On the E. coast are road-
steads at Small Isles Harbour and Lowlandman’s Bay.
On the W. coast Loch Tarbert nearly bisects the island,
which is traversed from end to end by a rugged range
of mountains; in the S. part of the island these rise
into three conical peaks called the Paps of Jura, the
highest of which, Ben-an-Oir, reaches an altitude of
2571 ft. Cattle and sheep-farming is carried on, and
there is some cultivation along the E. coast, but the
greater part of the island is deer forest.

Jnra, Sound of, between Jura and the mainland of
Argyllshire; is 20 miles long NE. and SW., and from
3 to 7 miles broad.

Jura Deer Forest, Jura island, Argyllshire, 27,850
ac. ; the shooting-lodge is near Craighouse Inn.

Jura Distillery, Jura island, Argyllshire, near Craig-
house Inn.

Jura House, seat of Campbell of Jura, on S. coast of
Jura island, Argyllshire, 3| m. SAY. of Craighouse Inn.

Jurby, par. and vil., Isle of Man, on NW. coast, 7-g
miles NAY. of Ramsey, 4721 ac., pop. 661; P.O.; in
vicinity of vil. is Jurby Point.

Kaber, township, in par. and 2\ miles NE. of Kirkby
Stephen, Westmorland, 4533 ac., pop. 200; was the
scene of a Republican rising (1663), known as the ‘ ‘ Kaber
Rigg Plot.”

Kaddy Carne, a long ledge of rocks, on W. side of
the largest of the Copeland islands, N. co. Down.

Kallzie, seat, Traquair par., in co. and 2J miles SE.
of Peebles, on river Tweed; in vicinity is the ruined
church of the ancient par. of Kailzie.

Kniiu . See Kame .

Kair House, seat, Arbuthnott par., Kincardine-
shire, near Bervie Water, 1J mile NE. of Fordoun sta.

Kale Water, Roxburghshire; rises (as Long Burn)
on Leap Hill, one of the Cheviots, and flows N. and
NW. to the Teviot at Kalemouth, 4^ miles S. of
Kelso; is 20 miles long, and is a good trouting stream;
at Kalemouth the Teviot is crossed by a chain bridge.

Kalcndar, Cottesbrook par., Northamptonshire, 9
miles SW. of Rothwell; was the site of a Premonstra-
tensian canonry.

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

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