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Nalianagan, Lougli, 4 miles NW. of Laragh, mid.
co. Wicklow; 1384 ft. above sea-level.

Nallerrow, part of Carron, Larbert par., Stirling-
shire, pop. 166.

Nallsborne, hamlet, 3 m. NAA7. of Taunton, Somerset.

Nailsea, par. and vil. withry. sta., Somerset, 8 miles
SW. of Bristol, 2771 ac., pop. 1852;
P.O., T.O. ; has
glass-works, corn mills, tanneries, collieries, and stone

Nallstone, par., township, and vil., Leicestershire, 3
miles NE. of Market Bosworth—par., 3806 ac., pop.
487 ; township, pop. 389;

Nailswortli, town with ry. sta., Gloucestershire, 6
miles SE. of Stonehouse ;
P.O., T.O., 1 Bank; has pin-
making and extensive mfrs. of woollen cloth.

Nairn.—parl. and royal burgh, seaport, par., and co.
town of Nairnshire, on river Nairn and the Moray Firth,
154 miles NE. of Inverness and 566 miles N. by W. of
London by rail—par., 8827 ac., pop. 5368 ; parl. burgh,
pop. 4161; royal burgh, pop. 4665;
P.O., T.O., 4 Banks,
1 newspaper. Market-day,
Thursday. Nairn is a
favourite watering-place. The climate is dry and brac-
ing, and the beach is sandy and well-sheltered. Many
of the inhabitants are employed in the fisheries. The
harbour is small and shallow, but has been improved.
Lieutenant-Colonel James Grant, C.B. (born in 1827),
the African traveller, is a native. Nairn is one of the
Inverness District of Parliamentary Burghs, which re-
turns 1 member.—2. Nairn, river; rises in Inverness-
shire at a point 10 miles E. of Loch Ness, and flows
38 miles NE. through Inverness-shire and Nairnshire to
the Moray Firth at the town of Nairn.

Nairnshire, a maritime co. in the NE. of Scotland,
bounded N. by the Moray Firth, E. by Elginshire, and
S. and W. by Inverness-shire ; consists of a main body
and 5 detached portions, 3 of which are in Elginshire,
1 in Inverness-shire, and 1. in Eoss and Cromarty; the
main body has an extreme length, N. and S., of 18
miles, and an average breadth, E. and AA7., of 11 miles ;
the coast, which is fiat and sandy, has an extent of 10
miles; area, 127,905 ac.; pop. 10,455. The low ground
near the coast is fertile and well-wooded, the soil con-
sisting of a rich free loam over sand or gravel. The
surface gradually rises thence into mountains in the S.
(For agricultural statistics, see Appendix.) Granite is
abundant, and is quarried. The rivers are the Nairn
and the Findhorn. Agriculture and the fisheries are
the chief industries. The county comprises S pars, and
7 parts, and the parl. and royal burgh of Nairn (Inver-
ness Burghs). It unites with Elginshire in returning 1
member to Parliament.

Nairnslde, school, Daviot and Dunlichty par., in co.
and 6 miles SE. of Inverness.

NaUeeroge Lough, 5 miles NE. of Achill Head, AV.
co. Mayo.

Nalnghraman, Lough, 4 miles SAV. of Ardara, SW.
co. Donegal.

Nainptwich. See Nantwich.

Nan Bleld, mountain pass, Westmorland, between
Harter Fell and High Street mountains, from head of
Kentmere to head of Mardale.

Nan lloron, seat, Carnarvonshire, in SAV. of co., 6
miles SW. of Pwllheli;

Nancealverne, seat, in SW. of Cornwall, in N.
vicinity of Penzance.

Nancledrea, vil., 3 m. NW. of Marazion, Cornwall.

Nanorth Rocks, on river AVye, Radnorshire, in AV.
of co., 2 miles NAV. of Rhayader.

Nanjizal Bay, on W. coast of Cornwall, at Land’s
End, 1J mile S. of Sennen vil.

Nannau Hall, seat, Llanfachretli par., Merioneth, 3
miles N. of Dolgelly.

Nannerch, vil. with ry. sta., Flintshire, and par.,
partly also in Denbighshire—par., 2875 ac., pop. 346 ;
vil., 6J miles NW. of Mold and 9f miles NE. of Den-
bigh ;
P.O. ; in vicinity is the seat of Nannerch Hall.

Nanny Water, co. Meath; rises near Navan, and
flows 18 miles NE. past Duleek to the Irish Sea near

Nanpean, 4 miles from Roche, Cornwall; P.O.

Nanskeval, seat, Cornwall; post-town, St Columb.

Nanswhyden, seat, 2 miles SAV. of St Columb Major,

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