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Tnlly.—8 miles from Killagan, co. Antrim ; P.O.—

2. Tully, par., SE. co. Dublin, 3 miles S. of Kingstown,
3288 ac., pop. 858; contains part of Cabinteely.—3.
Tully, par., in co. and 6 miles SE. of Kildare, 5167 ac.,
pop. 621.—4. Tully, 5 miles from Strokestown, co.
Roscommon; P.O.

Tully Bay, on S. side of Lough Erne, N. co. Fer-

Tullyallen, par., cos. Louth and Meath, on river
Boyne, 8212 ac., pop. 2110; contains part of Drogheda.

Tullybelton, seat, Auchtergaven par., Perthshire, 3
miles SW. of Bankfoot.

Tullycanna, hamlet, in co. and 11 miles SW. of

Tullyco, 9 miles from Cootehill, co. Cavan; P.O.

Tullycorbct, par., mid. co. Monaghan, 24 miles N.
of Ballybay, 7911 ac., pop. 2373.

Tnllycrine, 7 miles from Kilrush, co. Clare ; P.O.

Tnllyfern, par., N. co. Donegal, on river Lennan,
and between Lough Swilly and Mulroy Bay, 16,612 ac.,
pop. 3709; contains Millford and part of Rathmelton.

Tullygarvey, bar., NE. co. Cavan, 59,873 ac., pop.

Tullyhaw, bar., NAA7. co. Cavan, 89,846 ac., pop.

Tullyhunco, bar., AY. co. Cavan, 39,834 ac., pop.

Tullylease, par., N. co. Cork, on river Allua, 7 miles
NE. of Newmarket and 11 miles SAY. of Charleville
ry. sta., 8291 ac., pop. 1247; P.O.

Tullylish, par., AV. co. Down, on river Bann and
Newry Canal, 4 miles NAA7. of Banbridge, 12,130 ac.,
pop. 9624; contains Gilford.

Tiillyinet, seat and hamlet, Logierait par., Perth-
2f miles NE. of Ballinluig Junction; P.O.

Tullymore Lodge, seat, near Broughshane, mid. co.

Tullymore Park, seat of the Earl of Roden, 2 miles
NAA7. of Newcastle, S. co. Down.

Tullymnrry, ry. sta., E. co. Down, 4 miles SW. of

Tnllynakill, par., N. co. Down, on Lough Strang-
ford, 3 miles SE. of Comber, 2930 ac., pop. 809.

Tullynessle and Forbes, par., Aberdeenshire, on
river Don, 11,279 ac., pop. 981; the church is at Tully-
nessle hamlet, 3 miles NW. of Alford.

Tullyniskan, par., W. co. Tyrone, 3 miles NE. of
Dungannon, 4461 ac., pop. 2911; contains part of
Coal Island.

Tullypowrie, 5 miles NE. of Aberfeldy, Perthshire;
P.O., T.O.

Tullyrone, townland, Clonfeacle par., N. co.
Armagh, 4 miles E. of Moy, 695 ac., pop. 402 ; P.O.

Tullyrusk, par., S. co. Antrim, 3 miles SE. of
Crumlin, 4788 ac., pop. 755.

Tullyveery, hamlet, 3| miles NE. of Crossgar, E.
co. Down.

Tullyvin, 3m. SW. of Cootehill, E. co. Cavan; P.O.

Tulnacross, 6 m. from Cookstown, co. Tyrone ; P.O.

Tulrahan, 6 m. from BallyhauDis, E. co. Mayo ; P.O.

Tulse Hill, eccl. dist. and ry. sta. (for Lower Nor-
wood), Lambeth and Streatham pars., Surrey—dist.,
pop. 4762; the sta. is 5 miles S. of Ludgate Hill sta.,

Tulsk, in co. and 11 miles N. of Roscommon; P.O.

Tumby, township, Kirkby upon Bain par., Lincoln-
shire, 2 miles NE, of Tattershall, 5110 ac., pop. 319.

Tmnhy Wood, hamlet, Revesby par., Lincolnshire,
near Tumby.

Tuinmary, 4 miles from Dromore, co. Tyrone ; P.O.

Tunimel, river and loch, Perthshire ; the river issues
from the E. end of Loch Rannoch, and flows 29 miles
E. and SE. to a confluence with the Tay near Ballinluig
Junction; the loch is formed by an expansion (2f miles
long) of the river, 74 miles NW. of Pitlochry; 3 miles
NAV. of Pitlochry are the Falls ofTnnunel (20 ft.).

Tunimel Bridge, hamlet with inn, Dull par., Perth-
shire, ou river Tummel, 14 miles W. of Pitlochry; P.O.

Tumna, par., N. co. Roscommon, on river Shannon,
2 miles N. of Carrick-on-Shannon, 8294 ac., pop. 2331.

Tunbridge.—town and par. with ry. sta. (Tunbridge
J.-i'ction), Kent, on river Medway, 29| miles SE. of
Loimby rail—par., 15,378 ac., pop. 35,919; town,

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