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Taff and Cynon, hamlet, Merthyr Tydfil par.,
Glamorgan, on river Taff, (i£ miles SE. of Merthyr

Taff’s Well, hamlet with medicinal spring, on river
Taff, Glamorgan, 8 miles NW. of Cardiff; P.O., T.o.

Taf-Veclian, curacy, Llanthetty par., in co. and 10
miles S. of Brecknock.

Tagliadoe, par., NE. co. Kildare, near Royal Canal
and river Liffey, 2 miles SW. of Maynooth, 4133 ac.,
pop. 215; has an ancient round tower.

Taghboy, par., cos. Galway and Roscommon, on
r. Suck, 12 m. N. of Ballinasloe, 13,995 ac., pop. 2174.

Tagheen, par., S. co. Mayo, 3 miles W. of Clare-
morris, 6837 ac., pop. 1719.

Tagbiuacomiell, par., S. co. Roscommon, near river
Suck, 7 miles NE. of Ballinasloe, 18,826 ac., pop. 2345;
P.O., called Taughmaconnell.

Tngbuion.—par., NE. co. Westmeath, on Lough
Derravaragh, 6 miles NE. of Mullingar, 3447 ac., pop.
509.—2. Tagbinon, small market town and par., in
co. and 9 miles W. of Wexford—par., 10,124 ac., pop.
1845; town, pop. 618; P.O., T.o. Market-day,
Taghmon has good markets for butter, poultry,
&c., and important fairs. In the centre of the town
are the remains of an ancient castle.

Taghsheenod, par., S. co. Longford, 4 miles NE. of
Ballymahon, 5712 ac., pop. 993.

Taglisbinny, par., S. co. Longford, on river Inny, 4
miles NE. of Ballymahon, 4879 ac., pop. 1209; P.O.,
called Tasbinny.

Tagoat, in co. and 9 miles SE. of Wexford; P.O.

Tabilla, 5 miles from Sneem, co. Kerry ; P.O.

Talbacb, vil., Margam par., Glamorgan, adjacent to
Port Talbot and Aberavon; P.O., T.O.; has copper works.

Tailbert, hamlet, Shap par., Westmorland, 2 miles
SW. of Shap.

Tain, seaport, parl., royal, and police burgh, and
par., Ross and Cromarty, on S. shore of Dornoch Firth,
25£ miles NE. of Dingwall and 44| N. of Inverness by
rail—par., 16,673‘ac., pop. 3009; parl. and police burgh,
pop. 1742; royal burgh, pop. 2221; P.O., T.O., 4 Banks.
Tuesday and Friday. Tain has a ruined
chapel of 13th century, and the collegiate church of St
Duthus, founded in 1471. Good golfing links are
adjacent to the town. It is one of the AVick District
of Parliamentary Burghs, which returns 1 member.

Tainfield House, seat, Somerset; post-tn., Taunton.

Tabeley, par. and vil. with ry sta., Essex, 4 miles E.
of Bishop Stortford, 3188 ac., pop. 824; P.O.; a priory
was here.

Tal* Llacharn, or Laugharne : which see.

Talacbddu, par., in co. and 4 miles NE. of Breck-
nock, 1818 ac., pop. 148.

Talacre, seaport vil., Llanasa par., Flintshire, 7g
miles NW. of Holywell; in vicinity are coal mines and
freestone quarries ; Talacre Hall is the seat of a branch
of the Mostyn family.

Talargocb Lead Mine, Flintshire, 3 miles NE. of

Taiaton, par. and vil., Devon, 3 miles NW. of
Ottery St Mary, 2365 ac., pop. 462; P.O., called

Talbenny, par., Pembrokeshire, on the coast, 7 miles
SW. of Haverfordwest, 1517 ac., pop. 214.

Talbotstown, Lower and Upper, 2 bars., W. co.
Wicklow—Lower Talbotstown, 86,857 ac., pop. 8222;
Upper Talbotstown, 62,510 ac., pop. 8322.

Talgarth.—market town, par., and township with
ry. sta., Brecknockshire, 7 miles SW. of Hay—par.,
16,900 ac., pop. 1446; township, 12,000 ac., pop. 1352;
P.O., T.O., 1 Bank. Market-day,
Friday. Talgarth
had at one time a castle, and was a bor. by prescrip-
tion ; there are some ancient British relics, including a
cromlech.—2. Talgartb, hundred, Brecknockshire,
71,621 ac., pop. 7510; contains 13 pars, and a part.

Talgartb Hall, seat, Merioneth, 4 miles W. of

Taliaris, curacy, Llandilofawr par., Carmarthen-
shire ; Taliaris Park, seat, is 2J miles N. of Talley
Road sta.

Taliesin (or Tre>Taliesiu), hamlet, Llancynfelin
par., Cardiganshire, 81? miles NE. of Aberystwith;
P.O.; is one of the traditional burial-places of Taliesin,
father of the bards, who flourished in the 6th century.

Talisker Distillery, at Carbost, Bracadale par., Skye
island, Inverness-shire.

Talisker Head (Rudha nan Clach) and Talisker
Bay, bold headland and bay, at southern entrance of
Loch Bracadale, on W. side of Skye island, Inverness.

Talke (or Talk-o’-th’-Hill), eccl. dist., Audley par.,
Staffordshire, 5 miles NW. of Newcastle under Lyme,
pop. 4550; P.O., T.O.; has collieries and ironworks;
the hill commands a view over parts of 9 counties.

Talkin, curacy, Hayton par., Cumberland, 3 miles
SE. of Brampton.

Tail Water, affl. of r. Callan, N. co. Armagh; 9 m. long.

Talla Water, Tweedsmuir par., Peeblesshire; rises
near Loch Skene, and flows 6| miles NW. to the Tweed
near Tweedsmuir church.

Taliadale, rivulet, Gairloch par., Ross and Cromarty;
flows into Loch Maree at Loch Maree Hotel, and has a
cascade 3 miles from its moiith.

Tallaght, par. and vil., in co. and 6 miles SW. of
Dublin, near river Dodder—par., 21,868 ac., pop. 3348;
vil., pop. 267; P.O., t.o.

Tailand, par., township, and vil., Cornwall, on
Talland Bay, 8 miles S. of Liskeard—par., 2665 ac.,
pop. 1648 ; township, pop. 780; the par. contains
Polperro and AVest Looe.

Tallanstown, par., mid. co. Louth, on river Glyde, 5
miles W. of Castlebellingham, 3205 ac., pop. 442; P.O.

Tallarn, curacy, Hanmer par., Flintshire.

Tallaton, Devon; P.O. See Talaton.

Tallentire, township, Bridekirk par., Cumberland,

3    miles NW. of Cockermouth, 1992 ac., pop. 217 ; P.O.;
contains Tallentire Hall, seat.

Talley, par. and vil. (ry. sta. Talley Road, 5| miles
SE.), Carmarthenshire, 7 miles N. of Llandilo, 7167
ac., pop. 839; P.O.; has some remains of a priory.

Talley Koad, ry. sta., Carmarthenshire, 4 miles NE.
of Llandilo and 5| SE. of Talley.

Tallington, par. and ry. sta., Lincolnshire, on river
Welland, 10 miles NW. of Peterborough by rail and

4    E. of Stamford, 690 ac., pop. 245; P.O.

Tallow, market town and par., W. co. Waterford,
on river Bride, 2g miles S. of Tallow Road ry. sta. and

5    miles SW. of Lismore—par., 5014 ac., pop. 1847;
town, pop. 1232; P.O., T.O., 2 Banks. Market-day,
Saturday. Tallow has some woollen mfrs.

Tallow Road, ry. sta., co. Waterford, 31? miles W.
of Lismore by rail and 2g miles N. of Tallow.

Tallymore, hamlet, 4 miles NW. of Cheshunt,
Herts; P.O.

Talmine, hamlet, in par. and 7 miles NW. of Tongue,
Sutherland, on W. side of Kyle of Tongue ; P.O.

Talog, vil., Abernant par., in co. and 51? miles NAV.
of Carmarthen; P.O.

Talsarn.—hamlet, Trefilan par., Cardiganshire, 7g
miles NW. of Lampeter; P.O.; Talsarn Hill is 1148
ft. high.—2. Talsarn, summit of the Black Mountains,
Brecknockshire, near Brecknock Van, alt. 2596 ft.

Talsarnau, vil. with ry. sta., Merioneth, 3f miles
NE. of Harlech; P.O.

Talt, Lough, 9 m. NW. of Tobercurry, W. co. Sligo.

Talton, hamlet, Tredington par., Worcestershire,
near Shipston on Stour.

Talworth, hamlet, Long Ditton par., Surrey, 21?
miles SE. of Kingston on Thames ; an ancient manor-
house of the Earl of Kent, uncle of Edward III., is now
a farm-house.

Talybolion, hundred, Anglesey, 25,727 ac., pop.
5786; contains 12 pars, and part of another.

Talybonllwyd, hamlet, Llanarth par., Cardigan-
shire, 4 miles SAV. of Aberaeron.

Talybont.—vil. with ry. sta., Llanthetty and Llan-
vigan pars., in co. and 6f miles SE. of Brecknock; P.O.
—2. Talybont, hamlet, 7 miles NE. of Aberystwith,
Cardiganshire; P.O.—3. Talybont, vil., Llanllechid
par., Carnarvonshire, 2 miles SE. of Bangor; P.O.—
4. Talybont, hamlet, Carnarvonshire, 2 miles SW. of
Talycafn sta. and 6 miles S. of Conway; P.O.

Talybont and Mowddwy, hundred, Merioneth,
83,276 ac., pop. 8362; contains 5 pars, and a part.

* Tal is a Welsh word, signifying, as a noun, “a headland
or point; ” as an adjective, “ tall or towering.”

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