DORRAH, or DURROW, a parish, in the barony of LOWER ORMOND, county of TIPPERARY, and province of MUNSTER, 3 miles (W.) from Parsonstown, on the roads leading respectively from Portumna to Parsonstown and from Nenagh to Banagher ; containing 3397 inhabitants. It is situated near the river Shannon, and is bounded on the north by the Brosna, comprising 10,829 statute acres, as applotted under the tithe act : about 3000 acres are bog, principally lying along the Shannon and the Brosna, and consequently capable of drainage from the fall of the land towards those rivers ; and of the remainder the greatest portion is under tillage ; a tract of about 200 acres of meadow, called the lnches, is of remarkably fine quality, and the parish generally is in a good state of cultivation. There is a quarry of good limestone, which is burnt for manure. The principal seats are Walsh Park, that of J. W. Walsh, Esq. ; Sraduff, of T. Antisell, Esq. ; Newgrove, of J. W. Bayly, Esq. ; Rockview, of J. Lewis Cornigan, Esq. ; Gurteen, of J. Lalor, Esq. ; Arbour Hill, of J. Antisell, Esq. ; Ross House, of R. Smith, Esq. ; Clongowna, of the Rev. Mr. Troke ; Ballyduff, of B. Walker, Esq. ; and Redwood, the property of Major Bloomfield. There is a flour-mill at Derrinsallagh, The parish is in the diocese of Killaloe, and is a rectory and vicarage, forming part of the union of Lorrha and corps of the archdeaconry of Killaloe: the tithes amount to #415. 7. 8?. It formerly consisted of three parishes, Bonahane, Pallas, and Ross, the remains of the churches of which are still visible, and the two former had glebes. At Ross there was a very extensive burial-ground, which has not been used as such within the memory of man. The church is a neat modern edifice, completed in 1832, for which a grant of #900 was made by the late Board of First Fruits : the old church has been occupied as a dwelling-house from time immemorial. In the R. C. divisions also the parish forms part of the union or district of Lorrha, called also Dorrha ; the chapel, on the townland of Gurteen, has been lately fitted up in a neat manner. In the demesne of Walsh Park is a school-house built by the proprietor, who supports the school ; and there is a school at Gurteen in connection with the National Board. At Redwood are the ruins of an old castle, and there are some remains of the ancient parish church.