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Place name County Entry Source BALTIMORE Cork Beal-ti-mor , signifying, in the Irish language, "The Great Habitation of Beal," is probably derived. In 1537, the men of Waterford Lewis:Ireland Bealings Suffolk Bealings , sta. on branch of Great Eastern Ry., E. Suffolk, 3 miles SW. of Woodbridge. Bartholomew Bealings, Great Suffolk Bealings, Great , par., E. Suffolk, 2½ miles W. of Woodbridge, 1036 ac., pop. 287. Bartholomew BEALINGS (Great) Suffolk BEALINGS (Great) , a parish in Woodbridge district, Suffolk; on a branch of the Deben river, and on the East Suffolk Imperial CAVAN Cavan great Connaught coal field. A very valuable white freestone, soft to work but exceedingly durable, is found near Ballyconnell and at Lart, one mile from Cavan. The substratum around the former place is mostly mountain limestone, which dips rapidly to the west, and appears to pass under the Slieve Russell range of mountains, which are composed of the new red sandstone formation, with some curious amalgamations of greenstone. To the west of Swanlinbar rises the Bealbally mountains, through which is the Gap of Beal Lewis:Ireland HOLY ISLAND, or LINDISFARNE Northumberland Beal village, with the proper time and manner of crossing. The passage across the sands was used in the olden times as well as now; and hence, says Sir Walter Scott, in his "Marmion"- "The tide did now its flood mark gain, And girdled in the saint's domain; For with the flow and ebb its style Varies from continent to isle. Dryshod, o'er sands twice every day The pilgrims to the shrine find way; Twice every day the waves efface Of staves and sandled feet the trace" The island measures 2¼ miles from Imperial KERRY Kerry Beale, Cappanacoss, Carrigafoyle, Castledrum, Castlefiery, Castleisland, Castlelough, Castlesybil, Clonmellane, Doon, Dunkerron, Dunloh, Fenit, Gallerus, Killaha, Kilmurry, Lick, Listowel, Littur, Molahiffe, Pallis, Rathanane, and Ross, which, as well as the modern castles and seats, are noticed in the parishes in which they are respectively situated. In the western part of the county the houses were built after the Spanish fashion, with stone balconies in front; as there was a great Lewis:Ireland LOWICK Northumberland Beal r. station, and 7 NW of Belford; is a long and Straggling place, of late years greatly improved; and has a post Imperial MOUNT-MELLICK Laoighis Beale and Messrs. Milner and Sons, who have lately erected very spacious buildings adjoining the town for spinning and weaving, in which nearly the same number of persons are employed. In 1834, Messrs. J. and D. Roberts, from Anglesea, established an iron and brass foundry here, on an extensive scale, for the manufacture of steam and locomotive engines and machinery in general, in which about 40 persons are employed. There are also an extensive manufactory of bits and stirrups, a tanyard, three breweries, a flour-mill, two soap manufactories, a distillery making about 120,000 gallons of whiskey annually Lewis:Ireland Perthshire Perthshire great part natural and well-defined, but in some places it is quite artificial. From a point on the SW within about 3 miles of the head of Loch Fyne to a point at the base of Mount Blair between Glenshee and Glenisla in the E, a distance of 117 miles at least, the boundary line along the W, N, and most of the E of the county, follows the watershed or summit-lines of some of the loftiest and most elongated mountain-chains in Scotland. The only exceptions to this are at the points where the Moor of Rannoch Groome TRALEE Kerry great inconvenience of the inhabitants: the provost acts as clerk of the market, in examining the weights and measures and in correcting abuses and deciding disputes; market jurors are sworn at quarter sessions. The town has an extensive retail trade. Fairs are held on May 3rd, Aug. 4th and 5th, Oct. 9th and 10th, Nov. 7th and 8th, and Dec. 13th. There are branches of the Bank of Ireland and of the Provincial and National Banks in the town. About 15 years since the export of grain was confined to two or three small cargoes annually; there Lewis:Ireland
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