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Killala Bay, between cos. Mayo and Sligo ; 9 miles
long and 6 miles across the entrance.

Killalaghtan, par., E. co. Galway, 8 miles SW. of
Ballinasloe, 11,868 ac., pop. 1168.

Killaliatban, Limerick. See Killagholehane.

Killallon, par., W. co. Meath, 3 miles SAV. of
Crossakeel, 7614 ac., pop. 950.

Kfllaloan, par., cos. Tipperary and AVaterford, on
river Suir, 3 miles E. of Clonmel, 3207 ac., pop. 376.

Killaloe.—town and par. with ry. sta., E. co. Clare,
on river Shannon, 17 miles NE. of Limerick—par., 9978
ac., pop. 2271; town, pop. 1112; P.O., T.O. Market-
Tuesday. The station of the Waterford and
Limerick Ry. Co. is at Ballina, on the opposite side
of the river, which is here crossed by a bridge of 13
arches. The town has little or no trade ; but it derives
some advantage from the marble and slate quarries in
the vicinity. There is a small pier for the Shannon
steamers. The angling on the Shannon and Lough
Derg (1 mile distant) attracts a number of visitors.
The see of Killaloe was founded in the 5th century; the
cathedral of St Flannan is a venerable structure.—2.
Killaloe, par., W. co. Kilkenny, on King’s river, 2
miles N. of Callan, 5434 ac., pop. 518.

Ktllaloo, in co. and 7 m. SE. of Londonderry; P.O.

Killaninrsh, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Derbyshire,
on Chesterfield Canal, 8g miles NE. of Chesterfield,
1659 ac., pop. 2842 ; P.O.

Killaniery, par. and hamlet, AV. co. Kilkenny, 5
miles SW. of Callan, 6525 ac., pop. 908; P.O.

Killancoolcy, par., co. Wexford. See Killincooly.

Killaue.—4 miles from Kilrea, E. co. Londonderry ;
P.O.—2. Killaue, 7 miles W. of Enniscorthy, AV. co.
AVexford; P.O. See Killann.—3. Killane, par., co.
Galway. See Killaan.

Killanear, par., co. Kerry. See Kilnanare.

KHlaney, par., mid. co. Down, 4 miles N. of Bally -
nahinch, 2860 ac., pop. 686.

Killann, par. and hamlet, W. co. AVexford, 7 miles
AV. of Enniscorthy, 11,424 ac., pop. 1638; P.O., called
Killane ; contains the seat of Killane Castle.

Klllannln, par., in co. and 10 miles NAV. of Galway,
67,155 ac., pop. 9752 ; includes Gorumna and other isls.

Killanny, par., cos. Louth and Monaghan, on river
Glyde, 5 m. SAV. of Inniskeen ry. sta., 7120ac., pop. 2003.

Killanully, par., in co. and 4 miles SE. of Cork,
2056 ac., pop. 324.

Killanuinniery, par., mid. co. Leitrim, 2 miles SE.
of Drumahaire, 14,086 ac., pop. 3328.

Killaragkl, par., S. co. Sligo, 5 miles W. of Boyle,
6902 ac., pop. 1636.

Killararan, par., co. Galway. See Killeroran.

Kill ard, par., W. co. Clare, near Killard Point, 4
miles NE. of Kilkee, 17,022 ac., pop. 3635.

Killard Point, on W. side of entrance to Lough
Strangford, E. co. Down.

Killardry, par., AV. co. Tipperary, 3 miles NW. of
Caher, 5623 ac., pop. 730.

Klllare, par., mid. co. Westmeath, 11,288 ac., pop.
1763 ; contains part of Ballymore.

Killarga, par. and hamlet, mid. co. Leitrim, on
Lough Belliavel, 6 miles SW. of Manor Hamilton,
14,893 ac., pop. 2969; P.O., called Killargsie.

Killarney.—town, par., and township, mid. co.
Kerry, 185 miles SW. of Dublin by rail—par., 34,789
ac., pop. 9656; township, 1569 ac., pop. 6651; 2 Banks.
Saturday. The town is situated lg mile
E. of the Lower Lake of Killarney, and is depend-
ent chiefly on the great number of tourists who annually
resort to this beautiful district. The mfr. of fancy
articles, chiefly from the wood of the arbutus tree, is
to some extent an industry. The demesne of the Earl
of Kenmare is in the immediate vicinity. — 2. Kil-
larncy, par., mid. co. Kilkenny, 3 miles NAV. of
Thomastown, 155 ac., pop. 26.

Killarney, Lakes of, near Killarney, co. Kerry,
lying round the base of lofty mountains, and widely
celebrated for their romantic scenery. They consist
of the Lower Lake, or Lough Leane, 5 miles long and

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

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