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Airmyn, eccl. dist. (St David), West-Biding York-
shire, 2 miles from Goole, pop. 493; P.O.

Airntnlly. See Arntttlly.

Air, Point of, prom, at mouth of river Dee, Flint-
shire, with lighthouse showing a fixed light visible 9 m.

Airsholme, hamlet, Linthorpe township, North-
Biding Yorkshire, 3¼ miles E. of Stockton.

Airth, par. and vil. with ry. sta., in E. of co. and
8¼ miles SE. of Stirling, on river Forth—par., 5477 ac.,
pop. 1362; vil., pop. 487. Airth Castle is in the

Airthrey Castle, seat of Lord Abercromby, in NE.
of co. and 2 miles N. of Stirling. In vicinity are the
famous Airthrey mineral springs.

Airton, township, Kirkby-in-Malhamdale par., N.
div. West-Biding Yorkshire, on river Aire, 5½ miles SE.
of Settle, 2558 ac., pop. 203 ; P.O.

Airyliolme and Howthorpe, township, Hovingham
par., North-Biding Yorkshire, 7½ miles NW. of New
Malton, 596 ac., pop. 41.

Aisby.—vil., Corringham par., N. Lincolnshire, 4
miles NE. of Gainsborough.—2. Aisby, vil., Haydor
par., S. Lincolnshire, 5 miles NW. of Falkingham.

Aisholt, par. and place, W. Somerset, 7 miles W. of
Bridgwater, 1252 ac., pop. 121; P.O.

Aiskcw, township and vil., in par. and adjacent to
Bedale, North-Biding Yorkshire, 2035 ac., pop. 831.

Aislaby.—township, Eaglescliffe par., S. Durhamsh.,
on river Tees, 1¼ miles W. of Yarm, 2318 ac. (35 water),
pop. 125.—2. Aislaby, township, Middleton par.,
North-Biding Yorksh., 2 miles NW. of Pickering, 925
ac., pop. 134.—3. Aislaby, township and eccl. dist.
(St Margaret), North-Biding Yorkshire, on river Esk,
3 miles SW. of Whitby—township, 1072 ac., pop. 337;
eccl. dist., pop. 13,857.

Aismnnderhy-with-Bondgate, township, partly
within Bipon bor., E. div. West-Biding Yorkshire,
1085 ac., pop. 815.

Aisthorpe, par. and seat, mid. div. of co. and 6
miles NW. of Lincoln, 803 ac., pop. 112.

Aith.—hamlet, bay, and headland, Sandsting par.,
Shetland, on W. side of mainland, 12 miles NW. of
Lerwick.—2. Aith, lake, Sandwick par., Orkney.

Aithernie, estate, Scoonie par., Fifeshire.

Aithova, a good barb., in Bressay Sound, on E. side
of Shetland, near Lerwick.

Aithsting. See Sandsting.

Aithsvoe, a creek or bay, in SE. of Shetland, 9½ miles
SW. of Lerwick.

Aith Wards, the S. part of Hoy, in Orkney.

Aits, or Eyots, The, islets in river Thames, Middle-
sex, near Bichmond; sometimes called the Osier islands.

Ait - Snidbe - Thnin, or Fingal’s Sitting - Place,
mountain in Skye, Inverness-shire, at head of Loch
Portree, alt. 2000 ft.

Akchar, township, Finghall par., North-Biding
Yorkshire, 4 miles NW. of Bedale, 778 ac., pop. 23.

Akcld, township, Kirknewton par., N. Northum-
berland, 2 miles NW. of Wooler, 2268 ac., pop. 141.

Akelcy-cum-Stockholt, par., in co. and 3 miles N.
of Buckingham, 1325 ac., pop. 387.

Akcman Street, Boman road from Akemancester
(now Bath), NE. by Cirencester and Alcester to Wat-
ling Street; can still be traced at Blenheim, Oxfordsh.

Akenham, par., E. Suffolk, 4 miles N. of Ipswich,
998 ac., pop. 115.

Akcrmoor, small lake, Yarrow par., Selkirkshire.

Alan, or Camel, river, E. Cornwall; rises near
Davidstow, flows S. to Bodmin, then NW. to the
British Channel below Padstow, and is 27 miles long.

Alan Boad, St Johns, place, Suffolk, 3 miles from
Ipswich; P.O.

Aland’s Bay, small bay,bar. Gualtiere, co. Waterford.

Albany Barracks, the obsolete name of Parkhurst
Barracks, Isle of Wight.

Alhaston, place, W. border of Devon, 1 mile from
Gunnislake; P.O.

Alherhury, par. and township (Lower Quarter),
S. Shropshire and Montgomeryshire, 8 miles W. of
Shrewsbury—par., 9599 ac., pop. 1595 ; township, 6471
ac. (with Wollaston), pop. 590; P.O.

Gazetteer of the British Isles, Statistical and Topographical, by John Bartholomew, F.R.G.S.

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