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Lanton, vil. and old peel-tower, in par. and 2 miles
NAY. of Jedburgh, Roxburghshire.

Lantwlt .juxta Neath, par., Glamorgan, in N. of
co., on river Neath, and adjacent to Neath town, 7586
ac., pop. 4468; contains
Lower Lantwlt, township,
4301 ac., pop. 2890; has large collieries.

Lany, ancient par., now chiefly in Port of Menteith
par., Perthshire.

Lanyon Cromlech, or the Giant’s Quoit, 4¼ miles
NW. of Penzance, Cornwall.

Laoghal, Loch, Sutherland. See Loyal.

Laorbcn (Ladhar Bheinn), mountain, Glenelg par.,
Inverness-shire, on S. side of Loch Hourn, alt. 3343 ft.

Lapal, township, in par. and vicinity of Halesowen,
Worcestershire, pop. 351.

Lap ford, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Devon—par.,
3819 ac., pop. 641; vil., on river Yeo, 6 miles NW. of
Yeoford Junction;

Laphroaig Distillery, near Port Ellen, Islay island,

Lapley, par. and vil., Staffordshire—par., 3450 ac.,
pop. 744; vil., 3¼ miles SAY. of Penkridge;

Lappock Bock, in Firth of Clyde, off coast of Ayr-
shire, 2¼ miles NAY. of Troon.

Lapwatcr, hamlet, Ecclesfleld par., S. div. West-
Riding Yorkshire, 5 miles N. of Sheffield.

Lap worth, par. and vil., Warwickshire, 3¼ miles N.
of Henley in Arden, 2971 ac., pop. 646 ;

Laqnes, vil. and seat, Llanstephan par., Carmarthen-
shire, in S. of co., at mouths of rivers Taf and Towy,
1¼ mile SE. of Laugharne.

Larachan, school, Creichpar., S. Sutherland.

Larachhcg, near head of Loch Aline, Morvern par.,

Laracor, par., S. co. Meath, on river Boyne, 3 miles
SE. of Trim, 8335 ac., pop. 1516;
P.O.; contains

Laragh.—seat, 3 miles AV. of Maynooth, N. co.
—2. Laragh, seat, 5 miles S. of Castleblayney,
S. co. Monaghan;
P.O.—3.Laragh, mountain, mid. co.
AVicklow, 7 miles NAV. of Rathdrum, alt. 1313 ft.

Laraghhryan, par., NE. co. Kildare, on Royal Canal,
8033 ac., pop. 2204; contains Maynooth.

Larah, par., in co. and 5 miles E. of Cavan, 16,711
ac., pop. 4279 ; contains Stradone.

Larbert, par. and vil. with ry. sta., E. Stirlingshire
—par., 3963 ac., pop. 6346 ; vil., 2¼ miles NAV. of Fal-
kirk, pop. 831;
P.O., T.O.; in NAY. vicinity of vil. is
Larhert Honse, seat.

Larhert Junction, ry. sta., on N. border of Falkirk
par., Stirlingshire, ¼ mile S. of Larbert vil.

Larhert and Dunipacc, quoad sacra par., Larbert
and Dunipace pars., Stirlingshire, pop. 8202.

Larhreck. See Eccleston, Little, with Larbreck.

Larbrex, school, Leswalt par., Wigtownshire.

Larch Hill, seat, co. Clare ; post-town, Ennis.

Larchficld, seat, 4 m. E. of Hillsborough, co. Down.

harden Hall, seat, 6 miles SE. of Much Wenlock,

Larganreagh, 13 m. from Millford, co. Donegal; P.O.

Largie, school, Insch par., Aberdeenshire.

Largie Castle, seat, Killean and Kilchenzie par.,
Kin tyre, Argyllshire, in NE. vicinity of Tayinloan.

Largo, par. and ry. sta., Fife, on Largo Bay, Firth
of Forth, 3 miles NE. of Leven, 7386 ac., pop. 2234,1
Bank. Market-day,
Thursday. The par. contains the
rural vil. of
Upper Largo (or Kirkton of Largo); P.O.,
T.O.; and the fishing vil. of Lower Largo, pop. (in-
cluding Temple), 562; P.O.; in W. vicinity of Upper
Largo is
Largo Honse, seat, and a circular tower which
formed part of the old castle inhabited by Admiral Sir
Andrew Wood (1455-1539); Lower Largo was the birth-
place of Alexander Selkirk (1676-1723), the prototype of
“ Robinson Crusoe,” and a monument to his memory
was erected there in 1885; 1 mile N. of Upper Largo
Largo Law, a conical hill, 948 ft. high; in Largo
which stretches 6 miles across from Kincraig
Point to Buckhaven, and penetrates 2 miles inland,
line and salmon fishing is carried on.

Largo ward, vil., Kilconquhar par., and quoad sacra
par., partly also in Cameron, Carnbee, and Largo pars.,
Fife—par., pop. 1103; vil., 4¼ miles NE. of Largo sta.,
pop. 338;

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

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