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Kilmaincbcg, par., S. co. Mayo, 5 miles SE. of Bal-
linrobe, 3613 ac., pop. 701.

Kilmainemore, par., S. co. Mayo, 3 miles SE. of
Ballinrobe, 13,792 ac., pop. 2281.

Kilmainham, par., N. co. Meath, 4 miles S. of
Kingscourt, 3716 ac., pop. 715.

Kilmainham, New, township, St Jude’s and Bally-
fermot pars., co. Dublin, on W. side of Dublin city,
580 ac., pop. 5391; the Royal Hospital for invalid
soldiers, the gaol, and court-house are situated here.

Kilmainham wood, hamlet with ry. sta., Kilmain-
ham par., N. co. Meath, 2 miles NW. of Nobber ;

Kilmakevoge, par., S. co. Kilkenny, 4 miles SW. of
New Ross, 3231 ac., pop. 560.

Kiimakilloge (AVexford), or Gorey : which see.

Kilmalcolm, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Renfrew-
shire, on Gryfe Water—par., 19,665 ac., pop. 2708 ; vil.,
7£ miles SE. of Greenock and 16J AV. of Glasgow, pop.
P.O., T.O., IBank; has a hydropathic establish-
lishment (1880).

Kilmaleery, par., mid. co. Clare, on river Fergus, 2
miles SW. of Newmarket, 2266 ac., pop. 327.

Kilmaley, par. and hamlet, mid. co. Clare, 5 miles
SAV. of Ennis, 23,936 ac., pop. 2847;

Kilmalie, par., Lochaber dist., Argyllshire and
Inverness-shire, 273,816 ac., pop. 4157 ; contains Fort
AVilliam ; in Kilmalie churchyard, lg m. W. of Banavie,
is an obelisk to the memory of Colonel Cameron, of the
92d Gordon Highlanders, who fell at Quatre Bras.

Kilmalien, seat, Lismore and Appin par., Argyll-
shire, on AV. side of Loch Linnhe, 10 m. SW. of Ardgour.

Kilmalinoge (or Kilnabronoge), par., SE. co. Gal-
way, on river Shannon, 2 miles NE. of Portumna, 3475
ac., pop. 375.

Kilmalkcdar, par., AV. co. Kerry, on Smerwick
Harbour, 3 miles NAV. of Dingle, 5899 ac., pop. 1370.

Kilmallock.—market town with ry. sta., in co. and
17 miles S. of Limerick, pop. 1027; P.O., T.O., 2 Banks.
Friday; has the ruins of an abbey.—

2. Kilmallock, bar., S. co. Limerick, 4074 ac., pop.
2004; is identical with the par. of St Peter’s and St
Paul’s.—3. Kilmallock, par., mid. co. Wexford, 6
miles SE. of Enniscorthy, 4093 ac., pop. 675.

Kilmaloda, par., S. co. Cork, 6 miles SW. of
Bandon, 7347 ac., pop. 1047.

Kilmalnag. — ancient par., now in Lismore and
Appin par., Argyllshire.—2. Kilmalnag, place with
school, Kilmuir par., Skye island, Inverness-shire, on
river Kilmaluag, 1J mile E. of Duntulm.

Kilmanagh, par. and vil., NW. co. Kilkenny, 6 m. N.
of Callan—par., 5620 ac., pop. 847; vil., pop. 117; P.O.

Kilmanaghan, par., King’s co. and co. Westmeath,
8191 ac., pop. 1769; contains part of Moate.

Kiimanahan, seat, N. co. Waterford, 4 miles SW.
of Clonmel;

Kilmanakecn, par., W. co. Clare, on Liscanor Bay,
8177 ac., pop. 3647 ; contains Ennistimon.

Kilmanivaig, Inverness-shire. See KILMONIVAIG.

Kilmanloc, par., co. Cork. See Kilroe.

Kiimanman, par., NW. Queen’s co., 16,848 ac.,
pop. 1886 ; contains Clonaslee.

Kilmannan, par., in co. and 6 miles S. of Wexford,
4251 ac., pop. 636.

Kilmanock, seat, 3 miles N. of Arthuxstown, SW.
co. Wexford.

Kilmany, par. and vil., Fife—par., 5343 ac., pop.
634 ; vil., 5 miles N. of Cupar ;

Kilmardinny, seat, New Kilpatrick par., SE. Dum-
lb mile S. of Milngavie.

Kilmaric Lodge, Strath par., Skye isl., Inverness-
shire, on AV. side of Loch Slapin, 12 m. SAV. of Broadford.

Kilmarnock, pari, burgh, par., and manufacturing
town, N. Ayrshire, on Kilmarnock Water, near its
confluence with river Irvine, 7
b miles E. of Irvine, 23 g
SW. of Glasgow, and 382 NAV. of London by rail—par.,
9444 ac., pop. 25,864; burgh, pop. 25,844; 7 Banks, 2
newspapers. Market-days,
Tuesday and Friday. The
town includes Riccarton suburb, in Riccarton par. Kil-
marnock is an ancient place; it originated in an early
chnrch dedicated to St Marnock. In 1591 it was made
a burgh of barony under the Boyds. Towards the end of
the 16th century the weaving of hose and bonnets was
introduced, and Kilmarnock has ever since been an im-

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