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Kinlocliinoidart, hamlet, Moidart dist., Ardna-
murchan par., SW. Inverness-shire, at head of Loch
Moidart, 10 miles NE. of Salen; P.O.; in vicinity is
Kinlochmoidart House, seat.

Kinlochmore, place with waterfalls, at head of
Loch Leven, Argyllshire, on road from Kingshouse
Inn to Fort AVilliam.

Kinlochrannocli, vil., Fortingall par., and quoad
par., partly also in Logierait par., Perthshire—
par., pop. 894; vil., at E. end of Loch Rannoch, 13
miles SAV. of Struan sta. and 21 miles AV. of Pitlochry;
P.O., T.o., called Kannoch; in the centre of the vil.
is an obelisk to the memory of Dugald Buchanan (1716-
1768), the Gaelic poet.

Kinlochspclvic, quoad sacra par., Torosay par., in
SE. of Mull island, Argyllshire, pop. 311.

Kinloss, coast par. and vil. with ry. sta., NW. Elgin-
shire—par.,.,5184 ac., pop. 1072; the vil. is near the
SE. corner of Findhorn Bay, 3 miles NE. of Forres;
Kinloss has remains of an abbey founded by David I.
in 1150, or 1151, and destroyed in 1650 to provide mate-
rials for the erection of Cromwell’s citadel at Inverness.

Kinlougli, vil., Rossinver par., N. co. Leitrim, near
Lough Melvin, 3 miles S. of Bundoran, pop. 276; P.O.

Kinmel Fark, seat, on NE. border of Denbighshire,
3 miles SE. of Abergele.

Kinmere, lake, Northumberland, near Eglingham,
area 5 ac.; abounds with pike.

Kinuiount, seat of the Marquis of Queensberry,
Cummertrees par., S. Dumfries, 4 m. NW. of Annan.

Kinmuek, hamlet, Keith-Hall and Kinkell par.,
Aberdeenshire, 3g miles SE. of Inverurie; P.O.; on a
neighbouring moor are remains of an encampment.

Kinmundy.—seat, in par. and 1§ mile S. of New
Machar sta., Aberdeenshire. — 2. Kinmundy, seat,
Old Deer par., Aberdeenshire, 3 miles SE. of Mintlaw.
—3. Kinmundy, seat, Skene par., in co. and 6J miles
AV. of Aberdeen.

Kinna . See also Kina .

Kinnafad, ruin of castle, on NAV. border of co.
Kildare, 21 miles N. of Edenderry.

Kinnail Longh. See Kinale.

Kinnaird.—par. and vil., E. Perthshire—par., 3498
ae., pop. 260; the vil. is 2J miles W. of Inchture; a
little NW. of vil. is Kinnaird Castle, an ancient
keep, externally renovated in 1855.—2, Kinnaird,
hamlet, Moulin par., Perthshire, 1| mile NE. of Pit-
lochry.—3. Kinnaird, vil., Larbert and Bothkennar
pars., E. Stirlingshire, 3g miles N. of Falkirk, pop.
336; the vil. is industrially connected with the Carron
Ironworks; in NAV. vicinity is Kinnaird House, seat
of Lord Thurlow, formerly the seat of James Bruce
(1730-1794), the Abyssinian traveller.

Kinnaird Castle.—seat of the Earl of Southesk,
Farnell par., Forfarshire, on river South Esk, 3g miles
SE. of Brechin; resembles an ancient French chateau,
and stands in an extensive deer-park, with some remark-
able old trees.—2. Kinnaird Castle. See

Kinnaird House, property of the Duke of Athole,
Little Dunkeld par., Perthshire, on river Tay, 2 miles
S. of Ballinluig.—2. Kinnaird House. See

Kinnairds Head, low promontory, NE. Aberdeen-
shire, in N. vicinity of Fraserburgh; is crowned by
Kinualrdshead Lighthouse, 76 ft. high, with fixed
light 120 ft. above high water and seen 17 miles.

Kinnairdy Castle, ancient castellated mansion,
Marnoch par., Banffshire, on promontory at confluence
of Burn of Auchintoul with river Deveron, 2g miles
SW. of Aberchirder.

Kinnatallon, bar., E. co. Cork, 27,718 ac., pop. 3548.

Kinnedar, place with school, Drainie par., Elgin-
shire, 1 mile SAV. of Lossiemouth.

Kinneff and Catterlinc, par., Kincardineshire,
7130 ac., pop. 997 ; contains Kinneff, hamlet, on the
7b miles S. of Stonehaven; P.O.; of Kinneff
Castle, garrisoned by the English during David Bruce’s
minority, almost no vestige remains ; during the siege
of Dunnottar Castle, in the time of the Commonwealth,
the Scottish regalia were secretly conveyed to Kinneff,
and buried under the flags of the church.

Kinnegad, vil., Killucan par., SE. co. Westmeath,
on river Kinnegad, 4 miles SAV. of Hill of Down ry.
sta. and 11 miles SE. of Mullingar, pop. 424; P.O.

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

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