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Bauldoxfee, tithing, Eling par., S. Hants, 3 miles
Baumbcr, par., mid. Lincolnshire, 4 miles NW. of
Bannskeba, vil., 1 mile SE. of Thomastown, mid.
Baunton.—par., E. Gloucestershire, 2 miles N. of
Baurroe and Feakle, vil., NE. co. Clare, 5 miles
Bauseley, township, Alberbury par., Montgomery-
Bautregaum, highest summit of Slieve Mish moun-
Bavant Field. See Field Bavant.
Bavelaw Burn, stream, on which are two reservoirs,
Baverstock, par., S. Wilts, on river Nadder, 4
Bavington, Great, township, Kirkwhelpingtonpar.,
Bavington, Little, township, Thockrington par., S.
Bawburgh, par., S. Norfolk, on river Yare, 5 miles
Bawcombe, hamlet, West Alvington par., S. Devon,
Bawder, affluent of river Tees, North-Riding York-
BawdesweH, par., N. Norfolk, 3 miles SW. of
Bawdrip, par., AY. Somerset, 3 miles NE. of Bridg-
Bawdsey, par. and vil., E. Suffolk, 9m. SE. of Wood-
Bawkie, a beautiful bay, on W. side of the Firth of
Bawn.—a grange, NW. co. Kilkenny, 5 miles NW.
Bawnboy, or Kilsub, vil., 15 miles W. of Belturbet
Bawn Park, seat, S. co. Tyrone; post-town,
Bawsey, par., W. Norfolk, 3 miles NE. of Kings
Bawtry, eccl. dist., township, and market town with
Bawtry Hall, seat, near Bawtry, W-Riding Yorksh.
Baxby. See Thornton-on-the-Hill.
Baxcnden, sta. on Lancashire and Yorkshire Ry.,
Baxterley, par., N. Warwickshire, 3 miles SW. of
Baxton Moor, hamlet, Whitwellpar., E. Derbyshire,
Bay, hamlet and sea-loch, Isle of Skye, Duirinish
Bayards Leap, par., S. Lincolnshire, 5J? miles NW.
Bayble, Lower and Upper, 2 vils., in Eye peninsula,
Bay cliff, hamlet, Hill Deverill par., S. Wilts, 5 miles
Baydon, par., N. Wilts, 3 miles SW. of Lambourne,
Bayfield, par., N. Norfolk. See Glandford with
Bayfield, seat, Nigg par., Ross-shire.
Bayfield HaU, seat, near Holt, N. Norfolk.
Bayford.—par., in S. of co. and 3 miles SW. of Hert-
Bayfordbury, seat, in Bayford par., Herts.
Bayhain, hamlet, Frant par., E. Sussex, 4 miles SE.
Gazetteer of the British Isles, Statistical and Topographical, by John Bartholomew, F.R.G.S.
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