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Anafane, glen, bar. Ballinacor, co. Wicklow, in the
vicinity of Glendalough and of important lead mines.

Anascaul. See Annascalle.

Anaverna, seat, co. Louth, 4 miles N. of Dundalk.

Anbally, vil,, in co. and 12 miles NE. of Galway.

An Cabar, S. peak of Ben Wyvis, Cromartyshire,
alt. 3106 ft.

Ancaster, par., vil. with ry. sta., and seat, S. Lin-
colnshire, 8 miles NE. of Grantham, 2800 ac., pop. 650;
P.O., T.O.

Aneholme, a river of Lincolnshire; it rises near
Market Rasen, flows 22 miles N. to the Humber near
Ferriby, and is navigable to Brigg, a distance of 9 miles.

Anchor Church, a rock, on river Trent, 6¼ miles
SW. of Derby; once the retreat of an anchorite.

Anchor Head, headland, in Bristol Channel, Somer-
set, between Sand Bay and Uphill Bay, and near to

Anchor Stone, a rock, in river Dart, Devon, near

Ancketill’s Grove, seat, in co. and 4 miles N. of

Ancresse, common-land and bay, at N. extremity of
Guernsey island.

Aneroft, par., N. Northumberland, 5½miles S. of Ber-
wick-on-Tweed, 10,393 ac. (452 water), pop. 1523 ; P.O.

Ancrum, par. and vil., N. Roxburghshire, on Ale
water, 3¼ miles NW. of Jedburgh, 10,295 ac. (93½ water),
pop. 1360; vil., pop. 430 ; P.O. In vicinity are Ancrum
House and Ancrum Moor, scene of battle in which
the English were defeated by the Scots in 1545.

Aneton, ham., Felpham par., SW. Sussex., nr. Bognor.

Anderby, par. and vil. with small harb., mid. Lin-
colnshire, 5 miles SE. of Alford, 1845 ac. (765 water),
pop. 279; P.O.

Anderrow, series of small lakes, Connemara, co.
Galway, 8 miles W. of Oughterard.

AnderslieM, hundred, Somerset, 13,102 ac., pop. 2792.

Anderson, or W inter borne-Anderson, par., Dorset,
7 miles S. of Blandford, 570 ac., pop. 64.

Andersonstown, vil., co. Antrim, 2 miles SW. of
Belfast; P.O.

Andcrston, a district of Glasgow, and a quoad sacra
par. in Barony par., pop. 39,006; q. s. par., pop. 7273.

Anderton.—township, Great Budworth par., mid.
Cheshire, 2 miles NAY. of Northwich, 526 ac. (41 water),
pop. 343.—2. Anderton, township and seat, Standish
par., N. Lancashire, 3¼ miles SE. of Chorley, 1229
ac., pop. 317.

Andet, ancient chap., Methlick par., Aberdeenshire.

Andover.—hundred, N. Hants, 26,556 ac., pop. 5041.
—2. Andover, mun. bor. and par., Hants, on river
Anton, 16 miles NE. of Salisbury and 67 miles SW. of
London by rail, 8662 ac., pop. 5653; 2 Banks, 2 news-
papers. Market-day,
Friday. The town received its
first charter from King John. Malting, tanning, silk
mfr., and timber traffic are the chief occupations. It is
the centre of an important agricultural district. The
market is for corn; horse and sheep fairs are held.
Andover returned 1 member to Parliament until 1885.

Andover (or Western) Division, pari. div. of Hants,
pop. 50,002.

Andovcrsford, vil. with ry. sta., Dowdeswell par.,
E. Gloucestershire, on river Isborne, 5f miles SE. of
Cheltenham; P.O., T.O.

Andreas. See Kirk-Andreas.

Andrews, St. See St Andrews.

Andunty, lake, Petty par., Inverness-shire.

Andweli, par., N. Hants, 3 miles E. of Basingstoke,
148 ac., pop. 45.

Anerley, vil. with ry. sta., NE. Surrey, 1 mile SAAr. of
Sydenham; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank. It has an entrance to
the Crystal Palace.

Aney. See Knockainy.

Angel Koad, sta. on Great Eastern Ry., on NE.
border of Middlesex, 8 miles from London.

Angel’s Hill, a small hill crowned by stone circle
and cairn, in island of Iona, Argyllshire, 1¼ mile SW.
of the Cathedral ruins.

Angeltowm, vil., Newcastle par., SAY. Glamorgan,
near Bridgend.

Angcrslcigh, par., AY. Somerset, 4 miles SAY. of
Taunton ry. sta., 403 ac., por>. 36.


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