Barnes Finis and Barnes Green, 2 hamlets, Barnes
par., mid. Surrey.
Barnesley.—hamlet, 2 m. N. of Wimborne Minster,
E. Dorset.—2. Barnesley (Yorkshire). See Barnsley.
Barnesmore, hamlet, in co. and 5 miles NE. of
Donegal; P.O. In vicinity is Barnesmore Gap, a wild
mountain pass, 3 miles long.
Barnet, market town (ry. stations High Barnet and
New Barnet), Chipping Barnet par., Herts, and Monken
Hadley and South Mimms pars., Middlesex, 11¼ miles
N. of London by rail, 235 ac., pop. 4095 ; P.O., T.o., 1
Bank, 1 newspaper. Market-day, Monday. Here a
battle was fought (1471) during the Wars of the Roses.
Barnet, Chipping, par., Herts, partly in town of
Barnet, 1488 ac., pop. 4283.
Barnet, Fast, par., S. Herts, 2 miles SE. of Barnet,
1699 ac., pop. 3992.
Barnetby-le-Wold, par. and vil. with ry. sta., N.
Lincolnshire, 4 miles NE. of Glanford Brigg, 1630 ac.,
pop. 849; P.O.
Barnet Fry cm, par., on N. border of Middlesex, 1¼
mile NW. of Southgate ry. sta., 1304 ac., pop. 6424;
birthplace of Walker, the lexioographer (1732-1807). It
contains Barnet Christchurch, eccl. dist., pop. 1895.
Barnet, High, ry. sta., at the town of Barnet, S.
Herts, 11¼ miles N. of London.
Barney, par., N. Norfolk, 5 miles NE. of Faken-
ham, 1389 ac., pop. 311; P.O.
Barnfield, Great, hundred, Scray lathe, W. Kent,
area 5305 ac., pop. 3084.
Barnfteld, West, hundred, Scray lathe, W. Kent,
area 4407 ac., pop. 368.
Barn Green, hamlet, Hambledon par., N. Hants, 6¼
miles SE. of Bishops Waltham.
Barnham.—par. and ry. sta., W. Suffolk, 3 miles S.
of Thetford, 5184 ac., pop. 459.—2. Barnham, par.
with ry. sta. (Barnham Junction), W. Sussex, 4¼
miles SW. of Arundel, 872 ac., pop. 184.
Barnham Broom, par., S. Norfolk, 5 miles NW.
of Wymondham, 1776 ac., pop. 442; P.O.
Barnhill, hamlet with ry. sta., Malpas par., W.
Cheshire, 10 miles SE. of Chester.
Barnhill.—vil. with ry. sta., Monifieth par., S. For-
farsh., 4m. NE. of Dundee, pop. 396.—2. Barnhill, vil.,
Blantyre par., N. Lanarksh., pop. 455.—3. Barnhill,
vil. and E. suburb of Glasgow, Barony par., Lanarksh.—
4. Barnhill, hamlet and seat, Kinnoull par., Perth-
shire, on left bank of river Tay, opposite Perth; P.O.
Barnhourie, a dangerous sandbank, off SE. coast
of Kirkcudbrightshire, 12 miles NE. of Abbey Head.
Barningham.—par., West Suffolk, 9 miles SE. of
Thetford, 1586 ac., pop. 421; P.O.—2. Barningham,
par. and township, North-Riding Yorkshire, 5¼ miles
SE. of Barnard Castle—par., 14,707 ac., pop. 668; town-
ship, 3524 ac., pop. 261; P.O.
Barningham, Little, par., N. Norfolk, 5 miles NW.
of Aylsham, 1224 ac., pop. 203.
Barningham Norwood, par., N. Norfolk, 4¼ miles
SE. of Holt, 834 ac., pop. 30.
Barningham Winter, par., N. Norfolk, 5 miles SE.
of Holt, S33 ac., pop. 104; contains Barningham Hall.
Barnkirk, headland, at mouth of river Annan,
Dumfriesshire ; has white fixed light (Annan river).
Barnoldby-le-Beck, par., N. Lincolnshire, 5 miles
SW. of Great Grimsby, 1460 ac., pop. 212.
Barnoldswick, par. and township with ry. sta., N.
div. West-Riding Yorkshire, 1¼ mile SW. of Earby ry.
sta. and 7¼ miles SW. of Skipton—par., 6306 ac., pop.
4628; township, 2129 ac., pop. 4028; P.O., T.O.,IBank.
Barns.—seat, Cleish par., Kinross-shire.—2. Barns,
ancient tower (1498), Peeblesshire, 4 m. SW. of Peebles.
—3. Barns, ancient baronial edifice, Crail par., Fifesh.
Barnshury, sta. on N. London Ry., 1 mile N. of
Kings Cross sta., London, Middlesex.
Barn scar, site of ancient town, W. Cumberland, on
Birkby Fell, 3¼ miles E. of Ravenglass.
Barnsdale, hamlet, Campsall par., E. div. West-
Riding Yorkshire, 6 miles N. of Doncaster. Barnsdale
Forest was a haunt of Robin Hood.
Barns, Fast, vil., in par. and 1¼ mile SE. of Dunbar,
Barnshaw. See Goostrey-cum-Barnshaw.
Barnshean, small loch, Kirkmichael par., Ayrshire.
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