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Tomfinloiigli, par., S. co. Clare, 6736 ac., pop.
1726; contains Newmarket-on-Fergus.

Tomgraney, par. and vil., E. co. Clare—par. (con-
taining Scarriff), 14,158 ac., pop. 2865; vil., near
Lough Derg, 14 miles NAA7-. of Killaloe, pop. 146 ; P.O.

Tombaggard,par., S. co. Wexford, on Lough Tacum-
shin, 9 miles SW. of AVexford, 2180 ac., pop. 530.

Toniicb, Kiltarlity par., Inverness-shire, 22 miles
SAV. of Beauly; P.O.

Toniies Mountain, 5 miles SAV. of Killarney, mid.
co. Kerry, alt. 2413 ft.

Toinintonl, quoad sacra par. and vil., Kirkmichael
par., Banffshire
—quoad sacra par., pop. 686; vil.,
near river Avon, 14% miles S. of Ballindalloch ry. sta.,
pop. 478 ; P.O., T.O.

Tomnacross, school, Kiltarlity par., Inverness-shire.

Tomnahurlch, eminence, in co. and 1 mile SW. of
Inverness; is now a cemetery.

Toninavoulin, Inveravon par., Banffshire, 8 miles
SE. of Ballindalloch sta.; P.O.

Tomregan, par., cos. Cavan and Fermanagh, on
river Woodford, 10,676 ac., pop. 2331; contains Bally-

Tonacombe, a little S. of Moorwinstow, Cornwall;
is considered a perfect specimen of a 16th century

Tonagbty, par., co. Mayo. See Touaghty.

Tonbridge, and Tonbridge Wells. See Tunbridge.

Tonderglilc, seat, in par. and 3 miles S. of Whit-
horn, AVigtownshire.

Tondn .Junction, ry. sta., Glamorgan, 3 miles NAV.
of Bridgend ; P.O., called Tondn.

Tone.—hamlet, Chollerton par., Northumberland, 5%
miles SE. of Bellingham.—2. Tone, river, Somerset;
rises on Brendon Hill, and flows 29 miles S. and NE.
past Taunton to the Parret at Boroughbridge.

Tonelagee, mountain, mid. co. AAricklow, near AVick-
low Gap, alt. 2684 ft.

Tong.—par. and vil., Kent, 1% mile E. of Sitting-
bourne and 5 miles NW. of Faversham, 1632 ac. and
364 tidal water and foreshore, pop. 314; Tong Castle, :
a Saxon stronghold, traditionally connected with the
names of Hengist, and of Vortigern and Rowena, is
now represented by a high moated mound.—2. Tong,
par. and vil., Shropshire, 3 miles E. of Shifnal, 3464 ac.,
pop. 498; P.O.; near vil. is Tong Castle, seat.—3.
Tong, town and township (ry. sta. Birkenshaw and
Tong), Birstal par., E. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, 4
miles SE. of Bradford, 2657 ac., pop. 5591; the town-
ship contains Tong Hall, seat.

Tong, vil., in par. and 4 miles NE. of Stornoway,
Lewis island, Ross-shire, pop. 454.

Tonge.—township, Prestwich par., SE. Lancashire,
on SE. side of Middleton, 392 ac., pop. 7254.-2. Tonge,
eccl. dist. and township, Bolton le Moors par., SE.
Lancashire, partly in bor. of Bolton—dist., pop. 3926;
township (Tonge with Haulgh), 1099 ac., pop. 6731.—

3. Tonge, hamlet with ry. sta., Breedon on the Hill
par., Leicestershire, 6 miles NE. of Ashby de la Zouch.

Tonge with Alkrlngton, eccl. dist., Prestwich par.,
SE. Lancashire, consisting of the townships of Tonge
and Alkrington, pop. 7634.

Tonge with Haulgh, Lancashire. See Tonge.

Tonghaiu, eccl. dist. and ry. sta., Farnham and Seal
pars., Surrey, 3% miles NE. of Farnham, pop. 976 ; P.O.

Tongland, par. and hamlet, Kirkcudbrightshire—
par., 9738 ac., pop. 829; hamlet, on river Dee, 2%miles
NE. of Kirkcudbright; P.O., called Tongneland.

Tongue, par. and vil., on N. coast of Sutherland—
par., 81,036 ac., pop. 1929; vil. (Tongue or Kirkiboll),
on E. side of the Kyle of Tongue, 38% miles N. of Lairg
ry. sta. and 44 miles W. of Thurso; P.O., T.o.; is a
resort of anglers. The Kyle of Tongue is a sea-loch, 9
miles long, and 5% miles broad at the entrance.

Tongue End, hamlet, Bourn par., Lincolnshire, 3
miles E. of Bourn.

Tongue Gill Force, small but picturesque waterfall,

1% mile N. of Grasmere, Westmorland.

Tongue Sand, shoal, in mouth of river Thames,
between Prince’s Channel and Queen’s Channel, 8 miles
NW. of Margate ; in 10 fathoms, at N. side of ridge of
sand, is Tongue Light-Vessel, with 2 fixed lights seen
10 and 7 miles.

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

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