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Blind so, Bocli, in par. and 24 miles W. of Golspie,

.Bnmlic anil Fowlis, par., Forfarshire and Perth-
shire, 7012 ac., pop. 628 ; contains (in the Forfarshire
section) Bundie, vil., 9 miles NAV. of Dundee;

Bund in Mill and Driimoehlc, vil. with ry. sta.
(Lundin Links), Largo par., Fife, in AV. vicinity of
Largo, pop. 477 ; in vicinity is Bundin House.

Bunds Fell, North-Biding Yorkshire, 6 miles NAV.
of Hawes, alt. 2186 ft.

Bundy Island, in mouth of Bristol Channel, 11
miles NAV. of Hartland Point, 24 miles long and 1 mile
broad, 920 ac., pop. 177. Lundy Island belongs to the
co. of Devon, and is almost wholly devoted to pas-
turage; 4 mile from the southern end is Bundy Bight-
liouse, 96 ft. high, with revolving light 540 ft. above
high water and seen 30 miles.

Bnne. — river, AVestmorland and Lancashire; rises
near Ravenstonedale, AVestmorland, and flows S. past
Tebay, Kirkby Lonsdale, and Tunstall to Hornby, thence
SAV. past Caton and Lancaster to the Irish Sea 6 miles
SAV. of Lancaster ; is 45 miles long, is navigable to Lan-
caster, and affords excellent salmon fishing.—2. Bnne,
river, AVestmorland and Yorkshire; rises 2g miles S. of
Mickle Fell, on border of AVestmorland, and flows
12 miles NE. to the Tees 14 mile E. of Middleton-in-

Bune, bar., AV. co. Meath, 39,326 ac., pop. 6469.

Bnnednlc, township, Romald Kirk par., North-
Riding Yorkshire, on river Lune, 11 miles NAY. of
Barnard Castle, 22,770 ac., pop. 385.

Bung, river ; rises in Lough Errit, NAY. co. Roscom-
mon, and flows NE., passing through co. Mayo to Lough
Gara; 25 miles long.

Bunga.—island, Jura par., Argyllshire, off N. coast
of Scarba island, pop. 17.—2. Bunga, one of the
Treshinish isles, Argyllshire.

Bungard (or Glasletter), Boch, Kintail par., Ross
and Cromarty.

Bnnna, coast vil., Nesting par., Shetland, 9 miles
NE. of Yoe.

Bunt, township, Sefton par., SAY. Lancashire, on
river Alt, 8 miles N. of Liverpool, 477 ac., pop. 104.

Buntsheath, hamlet, in par. and 54 miles SE. of
Prescot, N. Lancashire.

Bnppitt, par. and vil., Devon, 4 miles N. of Honiton,
4293 ac., pop. 601;

Bupset Hall, seat, 2 miles SAY. of AVakefield, AYest-
Riding Yorkshire.

Bnpton, township, Kirkby Lonsdale par., AYest-
morland, 3524 ac., pop. 217 ; contains Bupton House,
seat, 4 miles NAY. of Kirkby Lonsdale. Bnpton Fell
is a prominent feature.

Bnpton House, seat of Lord Churston, 14 mile SAA7".
of Brixham, Devon.

Burg, bar., N. co. Fermanagh, 66,167 ac., pop. 14,236.

Bnrgain, Boch, Lochbroom par., Ross and Cromarty.

Bnrgan.—town with ry. sta., Shankill par., N. co.
Armagh, 20 miles SAA7. of Belfast and 93 miles N. of
Dublin, 851 ac., pop. 10,135; 3 Banks, 1 newspaper.
Thursday and Saturday. It is situated
about 3 miles S. of Lough Neagh, and in a populous
and fertile district. The linen and muslin mfr., chiefly
in cambrics, lawns, diapers, and damasks, is extensively
carried on. Lurgan gives the title of baron to the
Brownlow family, whose seat of Brownlow House is in
the vicinity.—2. Bnrgan, par., S. co. Cavan, 10,553
ac., pop. 3461; contains Yirginia.—3. Burgan, hill, in
the Ox range, NE. co. Mayo.

Burganboy, hamlet, 1 mile NAV. of Manor Hamilton,
N. co. Leitrim.

Burgangrccn, hamlet, 4 miles S. of Dundalk, mid.
co. Louth, on river Fane.

Bnrgasliall, par. and vil., Sussex, 5 miles SE. of
Haslemere, 4814 ac., pop. 732 ;

Busby, par., Lincolnshire, 4 miles NAY. of Spilsby,
585 ac., pop. 96.

Buscar House, seat, Carnock par., Fife, 3 miles
NAV. of Dunfermline.

Bnsconibc, hamlet, Harberton par., Devon, 2 miles
AV. of Dawlish; in vicinity is the seat of Buscombe

Bushingcr Fark, seat, 2 m. SE. of Downton, AVilts.

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