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Broughton Green, school, Droitwich dist., E Wor-


Broughton Hackett, par., W. Worcestershire, 6
miles N. of Pershore, 390 ac., pop. 160.

Broughton Hall, sta. on branch' of London and
North-Western Ry., Flintshire, 4 miles SW. of Chester.

Broughton-in-Furness (Broughton West), market
town and ry. sta., N. Lancashire, 9 miles NW. of Ulver-
ston and 273 miles NW. of London ; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank.
Wednesday. B. is situated at head of
estuary of Duddon, which divides Lancashire from
Cumberland, among slate, iron, and copper mines. In
vicinity is Broughton Tower, with superb view.

Broughton Lane, ry. sta., 24 miles NE. of Sheffield,
West-Riding Yorkshire.

Broughton Little, township, Bridekirk par., W.
Cumberland, 34 miles NW. of Cockermouth, 1026 ac.,
pop 798.

Broughton Hill, hamlet, N. Lancashire, on river
Little, 24 miles N. of West Broughton.

Broughton, Nether, par., N. Leicestershire, on
border of co., 54 miles NW. of Melton Mowbray, 2110
ac., pop. 454; P.O.

Broughton Poggs, par., on borders of Oxfordshire
and Gloucestershire, 94 miles SW. of Witney, 1153 ac.,
pop. 143. There is only a small part in Gloucestersh.

Broughton Skeog, ry. sta., S. Wigtownshire, 24
miles N. of Whithorn.

Broughton Sulney, or Upper Broughton, par., S.
Notts, 7 m. NW. of Melton Mowbray, 1600 ac., pop. 327;
P.O., called Upper Broughton.

Broughton, West. — hamlet, Doveridge par., S.
Derbyshire, 9 miles NW. of Burton-on-Trent.-—2.
Broughton, West, township with ry. sta., Kirkby
Ireleth par., N. Lancashire, on river Duddon, 9 miles
NW. of Ulverston, 6964 ac. and 334 water, pop. 1171.

Broughty Ferry, quoad sacra par. and town, Dundee
and Monifieth pars., Forfarshire, on Firth of Tay, 34 m.
E. of Dundee by rail
—quoad sacra par., pop. 5559; town,
pop. 7923; 2 Banks ; a ferry across the Firth of Tay,
with ry. sta. at Broughty Pier, connects the town
with Ferry-Port-on-Craig, commonly called Tayport.
Fishing is carried on. Broughty Castle (15th century)
stands on the shore. To the NW. of the town are
numerous fine residences belonging to Dundee mer-
chants and manufacturers.

Brow, vil., Ruthwell par., Dumfriesshire, on Solway
Firth, 9 miles SE. of Dumfries.

Brow Head, prom., SW. co. Cork, 2 miles E. of
Mizen Head.

Browhouses, coast vil., S. Dumfriesshire, 54 miles
E. of Annan.

Brown Candover, par., N. Hants, 5 miles NW. of
New Alresford, 2110 ac., pop. 266; P.O.

Brown Carrick, hill, Maybole par., Ayrshire, 940 ft.

Brown Clee, hill with ancient entrenchment, S.
Shropshire, 84 miles SW. of Bridgnorth, 1801 ft. high.

Brown Edge.—eccl. dist., Norton in the Moors par.,
N. Staffordshire, 3 miles N. of Burslem, pop. 1006 ;
P.O.—2. Brown Edge, hill, SW. Lancashire, 54 miles
NW. of Ormskirk.

Brownes HiU, seat, in co. and 14 mile E. of Carlow.

Brownestone. See Brownstone.

Brownestown, seat, co. Mayo ; post-tn., BaUinrobe.

Browney, affluent of r. Wear, N. Durham; 17 m. long.

Brown Gilly, hill, 64 miles NW. of Liskeard, E.
Cornwall, alt. 1100 ft.

Brownhall, demesne, 7 miles N. of Ballyshannon,
SW. co. Donegal.

Brownhead, headland, at SW. extremity of Arran
island, Buteshire.

Brownkill, hamlet, Batley township and par., S.
div. West-Riding Yorkshire, 64 miles NW. of Wakefield.

Brownhills, town with ry. sta., 5 miles N. of Walsall,
E. Staffordshire, pop. 11,059 ; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank.

Brownhills, hamlet, in par. and 14 mile SE. of St
Andrews, Fifeshire.

Brownlee, seat, Carluke par., Lanarkshire.

Brownlow, seat, near Lurgan, NE. co. Armagh.

Brownlow Ford, 1 m. from Halliwell, Lancash.; P.O.

Brown Bigg, hill, North-Riding Yorkshire, 84 miles
S. of Whitby.

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