village and parish in north-west of Perthshire. The village stands
on the Tay, about a mile north-west of Aberfeldy, and has a hotel,
a parochial church of 1835, an ancient church with curious monument,
and a public school with about 61 scholars. - The parish contains
also six other small villages, comprehends eleven sections, all
detached from one another, lies dispersed over nearly one-fourth
of the county, and comprises 41,887 acres. Real property in 1880-81,
£6201. Pop. Quoqd civilia, 474. Weem proper is much the
more populous section, extends about 11/2 mile along north bank
of the Tay, and forms a richly embellished section of the Tay's
strath. The other ten sections share almost every feature of the
county, but have aggregately a predominance of mountain and waste;
and only three of them are included in the parish quoad sacra.
Chief seats are Castle Menzies and Auchmore."
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