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Mucking, par. and vil., Essex, on river Thames, 4
miles NE. of Tilbury sta., 2217 ac. and 293 tidal water
and 167 foreshore, pop. 251; a nunnery was formerly
here ; on Mucking Flat, 2% miles E., is Mucking Light-
house, with occulting light (Sea Reach) seen 11 miles.

Muckinish Island, in Lough Erne, Inishmacsaint
par., co. Fermanagh, 12 ac., pop. 7.

Muckish, mountain, 5 miles S. by W. of Dunfanaghy,
N. co. Donegal, alt. 2190 ft.

Mucklagh Bocks, 5 miles S. of Kerry Head, N. co.
Kerry, in Ballyheige Bay.

Muckle Burn, Nairn and Elgin; rises in W. of
Ardclach par., and flows 19 miles NE. to Findhorn Bay.

Muckle Elugga, island, in the N. of Unst par., Shet-
land, pop. 3; on N. part of island is North Unst Light-
house, 64 ft. high, with fixed light 230 ft. above high
water and seen 21 miles.

Muckle Boe, island, Delting par., Shetland, in St
Magnus Bay, 27 miles NW. of Lerwick, pop. 230; is
circular in outline, with a diameter of 3J miles, and is
separated from the mainland by Roe Sound (200 yards
wide at the narrowest); greatest alt. 557 ft.

Mnckleford, hamlet, Bradford-Peverellpar., Dorset,
4 miles NAV”. of Dorchester.

Mucklestone (or Mnxton), township, Staffordshire,
and par., partly also in Shropshire, 4% miles NE. of
Market Drayton—par., 8531 ac., pop. 1613; township,
3240 ac., pop. 763; from the tower of the church
Margaret of Anjou, in 1459, witnessed the defeat of
the Lancastrians on Bloreheath.

Muckno, par., E. co. Monaghan, 16,665 ac., pop.
6228; contains Castleblayney and part of Muckno
Lough (3 miles by 1 mile).

Muckrach House, seat, Cromdale par., Inverness-
shire, 4 miles SW. of Grantown; in vicinity is the ruin
of Muckrach Castle.

Muckridgc, seat, near Youghal, E. co. Cork.

Muckros Point, Kilcar par., S. co. Donegal.

Muckross.—seat, 3 miles SE. of Olonakilty, S. co.
Cork.—2. Muckross, peninsula, between the Middle
and the Lower Lakes of Killarney, mid. co. Kerry, 3
miles S. of Killarney;
P.O.; situated upon it are the
fine ruins of Muckross Abbey, and the seat of Muck-
ross Abbey.

Mnckton, par., Lincolnshire, 4% miles SE. of Louth,
1025 ac., pop. 96.

Mucross. See St Andrews.

Mudale, rivulet, Farr par., Sutherland; issues from
Loch-na-Meide, and flows 7% miles SE. to Loch Naver
near Altnaharrow.

Muddiford.—(or Mud ford), hamlet, Marwood par.,
Devon, 3 miles NAV. of Barnstaple;
P.O.—2. Muddi-
ford, small watering-place, in par. and 1% mile SE.
of Christchurch, Hants.

Mudford, par. and vil., Somerset, on river Yeo, 3
miles NE. of Yeovil, 2035 ac., pop. 382 ;

Muff.—par. and vil., E. co. Donegal, on W. side of
Lough Foyle, 7 miles N. of Londonderry, 15,033 ac.,
pop. 2523;
P.O.—2. Mnlf (or Eglinton), vil., Faugh-
anvale par., in co. and 6 miles NE. of Londonderry, 2
miles S. of Eglinton ry. sta., pop. 175;
P.O., called

Mugdock Castle, ancient seat of the family of Mont-
rose, Strathblane par., Stirlingshire, 2 m. N. of Miln-
gavie ; 1 m. S. is Mugdock Reservoir, in connection with
the water supply of Glasgow from Loch Katrine.

Mugdruin Honse, seat, in par. and near Newburgh,
Fife ; within the grounds is an ancient sculptured cross.

Mngdruin Island, Abernethy par., Perthshire, in
Firth of Tay, nearly opposite Newburgh, 32 ac., pop. 6.

Mnggerhanger (or Morbanger), township and vil.,
Blunham par., Bedfordshire, 4% miles NW. of Biggles-
wade and 6 miles E. of Bedford, pop. 404;
P.O., called
Moggcrbanger; near vil. is Muggerlianger Honse.

Mugginton, par., township, and vil., Derbyshire—
par., 5324 ac., pop. 501; township, 2203 ac., pop. 194 ;
the vil. is 5 miles SAV”. of Belper.

Muggleswick, par. and vil., Durham, on river Der-
went, 3% m. W. of Consett and 8% NW. of Wolsingham,
13,086 ac., pop. 841; has lead mines, and remains of an
ancient liunting-seat of the priors of Durham.

Mugie Moss Mill, paperworks, near Auchmill, in co.
and 3% miles NAV. of Aberdeen.

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

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