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Barle, affluent of river Exe, at 2£ miles below Dul-
verton, W. Somerset, 16 miles long.

Barleston, or Barlston, township, in par. and 2J
miles NE. of Market Bosworth, S. Leicestershire, 1039
ac., pop. 708 ; has hosiery mfrs.

Barley.—par., NE. Herts, 3 miles SE. of Royston,
2725 ac., pop. 615; P.O., T.O.—2. Barley, Yorkshire.

Barley Cove, SW. co. Cork, near Mizen Head.

Barley HaU, hamlet, Wath-upon-Dearne par., S.
div. West-Riding Yorkshire, 5f? m. NAY. of Rotherham.

Barleyside, vil., Falkirk par., E. Stirlingshire.

Barleythorpe Hall, seat of Earl of Lonsdale, Oak-
ham par., Rutland.

Barley-with-AVheatley-Booth, township, Whalley
par., NE. Lancashire, 4J miles W. of Colne, 2625 ac.,
pop. 314.

Barlichway, hundred, S. Warwickshire, 90,600 ac.,
pop. 24,740.

Bar Light-Vcssel, Liverpool Bay, 91? miles S. of
Holyoake Upper Lighthouse; has fixed light seen8 miles.

Barling, par., S. Essex, 4j? miles SE. of Rochford,
1288 ac., pop. 366; P.O.

Barlings, par., mid. Lincolnshire, 2J miles SE. of
Keepham ry. sta. and 7 miles NE. of Lincoln, 2630 ac.,
pop. 469; remains of abbey founded in 1154.

Barlocco.—peninsula and hamlet, Borgue par., S.
Kirkcudbrightshire, at SE. entrance of Fleet Bay.—

2. Barlocco, seat, Berwick par., Kirkcudbrightshire.

Barlow.—township, Brayton par., E. div. West-
Riding Yorkshire, 3 miles SE. of Selby, 2372 ac., pop.
208.—2. Barlow, place, Hopesay par., S. Shropshire,
51? miles SE. of Bishops Castle.—3. Barlow, township
and eccl. dist. (Great Barlow), Staveley par., E. Derby-
shire, 3J m. NAY. of Chesterfield, 3921 ac., pop. 920; P.O.

Barlow HaU, seat, 5J miles SAY. of Manchester,

Barlow, Little, township, Dronfield par., E. Derby-
shire, 5 miles NAY. of Chesterfield.

Barlow Hoor, Emmanuel, eccl. dist., in par. of

Manchester, Lancashire, pop. 3077.

Barlston. See Barleston.

Barlton. See Barlavington.

Barmbrough, par. and township, S. div. West-Riding
Yorkshire, 6 miles W. of Doncaster—par., 2447 ac.,
pop. 505; township, 1911 ac., pop. 472; has ancient
church with interesting monuments; P.O.

Baruiby on tbe Harsh, township, Howden par.,
East-Riding Yorkshire, at confluence of rivers Derwent
and Ouse, 2 miles SAY. of Wressel ry. sta., 1558 ac.,
pop. 308; P.O.

Baruiby on the Hoor, par., East-Riding Yorkshire,
1J mile AY. of Pocklington, 2578 ac., pop. 437; P.O.

Barmeath, seat, 3 m. E. of Dunleer ry. sta., co. Louth.

Barmekin of Echt, a wooded eminence with re-
markable pre-historic remains, Echt par., SE. Aber-
deenshire, 12J miles AY. of Aberdeen, alt. 800 ft.

Barmer, par. and seat, AY. Norfolk, 8 miles W. of
Fakenham, 890 ac., pop. 52.

Banning, East, par. with ry. sta., mid. Kent, on
river Medway, 2J miles SW. of Maidstone, 760 ac.,
pop. 684 ; P.O. Birthplace of Christopher Smart, poet

Banning, West, par., mid. Kent, 3 miles SAY. of
Maidstone, 332 ac., pop. 34.

Bannoor, township, Lowick par., N. Northumber-
land, 8 miles N. of AYooler. Barmoor Wood was the
headquarters of the English army on the eve of Flodden.
Bannoor Castle, seat, is in vicinity.

Bannore Castle, seat, in N. of Kintyre, Argyllshire,
2£ miles N. of Tarbert.

Barmouth, seaport and market town with ry. sta.,
Llanaber par., Merionethshire, at mouth of river Maw,
10 miles AY. of Dolgelly and 230 miles NW. of London;
is a favourite watering-place; pop. 1512; P.O., T.o.,
1 Bank, 1 newspaper. Market-days,
Tues. and Frid.

Barmouth Junction, ry. sta., on S. side of the
estuary of river Maw, opposite Barmouth (2 miles
across), Merionethshire.

Barmpton, township, Haughton-le-Skerne par., S.
Durham, 3 miles NE. of Darlington, 1545 ac., pop. 108.

Barmston.—township, Washington par., N. Durham,
on river Wear, 5 miles W. of Sunderland, 920 ac., pop.

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

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