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Place name County Entry Source BALLYLINAN Laoighis Great quantities of fine flag-stones were formerly raised on the adjoining townland of Boley; but on the discovery of similar quarries near Carlow, more conveniently situated for conveyance by canal, they were abandoned. Stones containing a large proportion of iron are found on the lands called Iron Park; but no works have been yet established. The village is a constabulary police station, and has a penny post to Athy. Fairs are held in it on Jan. 11th, Feb. 10th, May 10th, Sept. 2nd, and Nov. 26th and petty sessions every Saturday. To the north is Rahin, the seat Lewis:Ireland BRAY Wicklow great quantities and sent to Dublin and different parts of the country, and even to London. The market is on Tuesday and Saturday, and is abundantly supplied with provisions of every kind of the best quality. Fairs for friezes are held on Jan. 12th, May 4th, Aug. 5th, and Nov. 12th, and are attended by all the Dublin dealers; and fairs for cattle are held on the 1st of March, May, and July, Aug. 15th, Sept. 20th, and Dec. 14th. A constabulary police force has been stationed here, and also in Little Bray, the old castle in the latter having Lewis:Ireland Great Weldon Northamptonshire Great Weldon , 8 miles NE. of Kettering, N. Northamptonshire; P.O. See WELDON, GREAT. Bartholomew KILMALLOCK Limerick great expense, on the site of the old manor mills, and employing about 20 persons. There is also a tanyard in the town; but except for the supply of the immediate neighbourhood, there is neither trade nor manufacture. The markets, formerly held on Monday and Thursday, have been discontinued for many years; but fairs are still held on Feb. 21st, March 25th, and Whit-Tuesday, chiefly for pigs, and sometimes for cattle and sheep, though very indifferently attended. By charter of the 27th of Elizabeth the corporation consists of a sovereign and an unlimited number of burgesses, of whom Lewis:Ireland KILQUANE, or BALLYSHONBOY Limerick Weldon, Esq., have wholly disappeared. It is a rectory, appropriate to the see of Limerick: the tithes amount to £66. 3. 1., and the glebe comprises 12 acres. In the R. C. divisions it forms part of the union or district of Kilmallock. There is a private school, in which are about 65 children. Near Ballyshondehaigh is an ancient mansion, which was for many years the residence of the Hall family; near it are the remains of extensive fortifications. At the base of the mountain, near Mount Russell, are the remains of the ancient church, which tradition supposes Lewis:Ireland OUNDLE Northamptonshire Weldon, containing the parishes of Great Weldon, Deene, Bulwick, Blatherwick, and Benefield, and the extra-parochial tracts of Bulwick-Short Imperial PETERBOROUGH Leicestershire
great improvement made in 1856-7, which also effected better drainage of about50,000 acres of circumjacent fens, gives navigation for small vessels to the sea. The town is governed by thecustos of Peterborough liberty, and by magistrates nominated by him and appointed by the Crown; and, sincethe time of Edward I., it has sent two members to parliament. The borough boundaries are the same municipally as parliamentarily; and they comprise the parish of Peterborough, and the precinct of Minster-Close. Amount of property and income tax charged in 1863, £3, 684. Electors Imperial WELDON Northamptonshire WELDON , a parish and a sub-district in Oundle district, Northampton. The parish lies 4¾ miles ESE of Rockingham r. station; contains Great Imperial Weldon, Great Northamptonshire Weldon, Great , par., township, and vil. with ry. sta. (Weldon), Northamptonshire - par., 3680 ac., pop. 746; township, 2350 ac., pop. 292; vil., 8 miles Bartholomew Weldon, Little Northamptonshire Weldon, Little , township and vil., Great Weldon par., Northamptonshire - township, 1330 ac., pop. 454; the vil. is in NW. vicinity Bartholomew
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