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\ Lochawe, ry. sta., steamboat pier, and hotel, nr. foot
of Loch Awe, Argyllshire, 2%m. W. of Dalmally; P.O., T.o.

Lochbay, place with school, on Loch Bay, Duirinish
par., Skye island, Inverness-shire.

Lochboisdale, hamlet, in SB. of South Uist island,
Outer Hebrides, Inverness-shire, on Loch Boisdale;
P.O., and P.O., T.O., atLochboisdale Pier; 1 Bank.

Lochbroom, coast par., in NW. of Ross and Cro-
marty, 261,021 ac., pop. 4191; P.O., T.O.; the church is
at the head of Loch Broom, 6% miles SE. of Ullapool.

Lochbuy, hamlet, Torosay par., Mull island, Argyll-
shire, at head of Loch Buy, 12 m. SAV. of Auchnacraig;
P.O.; a pre-Reformation chapel is now the mausoleum
of the Maclaines, whose seat is Lochbuy Honse; at
Moy, adjacent, are the ruins of their old castle.

Lochcarron, coast par. and fishing vil., in SW. of
Ross and Cromarty—par., 81,488 ac., pop. 1456; vil.
(called also Jeantown), on AV. side of Loch Carron, 1
mile SW. of the parish church, 4 miles SW. of Strath-
oarron sta. and 5 NE. of Strome Ferry, pop. 417; P.O.,
t.o., 1 Bank. See

Lochcote House, seat,*Torphichen par., Linlithgow-
shire, 4 miles N. of Bathgate.

Lochcraig Head, mountain, in S. of Peeblesshire, on
border of Dumfriesshire, 4% m. NE. of Hart Fell, 2625 ft.

Lochcroistean, place with school, Uig par., Lewis
island, Ross-shire.

Lochdhu, seat, in co. and 1% mile SW. of Nairn.

Lochdochart Lodge, seat, Killin par., Perthshire, in
Glen Dochart, 3% miles NE. of Crianlarich sta.

Lnchdonbcad, vil., Torosay par., Mull island, Argyll-
shire, at head of Loch Don; P.O., T.O., at Auchnacraig.

Lochearnhead, vil. with inn and ry. sta., Balquhid-
der par., Perthshire, at head of Loch Earn, 2 miles NE.
of its ry. sta., which is 11 miles NAV. of Callander;
P.O., T.o.; is a centre for tourists, and has coach com-
munication with Crieff.

Lochec, district and ry. sta., partly in Dundee par.,
but chiefly in Liff, Benvie, and Invergowrie par., For-
farshire, in NW. suburbs and within the burgh of Dun-
dee, pop. 12,370; P.O., T.O., 2 Banks.

Locbenbreck, loch, inn, and spa, Balmaghie par.,
Kirkcudbrightshire, 4 miles SAV. of New Galloway sta.

Locliend.—seat, Dunnet par., Caithness, 4% miles
E. of Castletown.—2. Lochend, loch, in co. and NE.
vicinity of Edinburgh.—3. Lochend, hamlet, in co.
and 6% miles SAV. of Inverness ; P.O.—4. Lochend,
place with school, New Abbey par., Kirkcudbright-
shire, % mile SE. of Killywhan sta.; in E. vicinity is
Lochend Loch (or Loch Arthur).

Lochend House, seat, in par. and S. vicinity of
Dunbar, Haddingtonshire.

Lochcport, Outer Hebrides. See Loch Eport.

Loeher Water, Renfrewshire; flows 8 miles NE. to
Gryfe Water 1% mile E. of Houston.

Lochfauld, school, Cadder par., Lanarkshire.

Lochfoot, vil., Lochrutton par., Kirkcudbrightshire,
on N. side of Loch Rutton, 5% m. SW. of Dumfries; P.O.

Lochgair, hamlet, Glassary par., Argyllshire, at head
of Loch Gair, 4 miles SW. of Minard; P.O.; adjacent is
Lochgair Honse, seat.

Lochgarry House, on river Tummel, Perthshire, 2%
miles E. of Kinloch-Rannoch.

Lochgelly, town and quoad sacra par. with ry. sta.,
partly in Ballingry par., but chiefly in Auchterderran
par., Fife, % mile NW. of Loch Geliy, and 7% miles
NE. of Dunfermline — par., pop. 3190; town, pop.
2601; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank; Lochgelly is a police burgh,
and owes its prosperity to its collieries and ironworks ;
between the town and the loch is Lochgelly Honse,
seat of the Earl of Minto.

Lochgilphead, police burgh, Glassary par., and
quoad sacra par., partly also in South Knapdale par.,
Argyllshire—par., pop. 2381; burgh, at head of Loch
Gilp, and near Crinan Canal, 2 miles N. of Ardrishaig,
pop. 1489 ; P.O., T.O., 2 Banks; the weaving of woollen
cloth is carried on, and many of the inhabitants are
engaged in fishing; Lochgilphead has steamboat com-
munication with Glasgow, Inverness, Skye, Oban, &c.

Lochgollhead and Kilmorich, par., Argyllshire,
69,695 ac., pop. 870; contains Lochgollhead, vil.,
with inn and pier, at head of Loch Goil, 18 miles (by
water) NW. of Greenock; P.O., T.O.

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