DALINTOBER, a village, in the parish of Campbelltown, district of Cantyre, county of Argyll, 1 mile (N. W.) from Campbelltown; containing 1762 inhabitants. This place forms a pleasant suburb to the burgh of Campbelltown, and is beautifully situated on the opposite shore of the loch of Kilkerran, now Campbelltown bay, at its north-western extremity. From the freedom its proprietors possess of granting long leases for building, from which the superior of Campbelltown is restricted, it has rapidly increased to an extent rivalling that of the burgh. It consists of one spacious street extending along the water-side, and has a substantial little pier.
   See Campbelltown.

A Topographical dictionary of Scotland. . 1856.

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