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Cobbler, Tbe, mt., E. Argyllshire. See Ben Arthur.

Cober, or Loo, rivulet, W. Cornwall; rises near
Carnmenellis, and flows 10 miles S., past Wendron
and Helston, to the sea at Loo Pool.

Cobcrley, school, 4 miles SE. of Cheltenham, E.
Gloucestershire; P.O. See

Cobbam.—par. and vil., mid. Kent, on "Watling
Street, 4 miles SE. of Gravesend, 3056 ac., pop. 919;
P.O., T.O. ; 1 mile E. of vil. is C. Hall, from John to
James I. the seat of the old lords of Cobham, and now
the seat of the Earl of Darnley; it stands amidst the
sylvan glades of C. Park and C. Wood. Near the
church is C. College, built in the reign of Elizabeth, an
almshouse, with a fine old hall.—2. Cobbam, par. and
vil., AV. Surrey, on river Mole, 64 miles W. of Epsom,
5332 ac. (56 water),pop. 2319; P.O., T.o.; contains hamlet
of C. Street, and the seats of C. Court and C. Park.

Cobham Terrace, hamlet, 3 miles E. of Dartford,
W. Kent; P.O.

Cobholm Island, vil., Suffolk, in par. and near
Yarmouth, Norfolk, pop. 1134; P.O.

Cobley, hamlet, Tardebigg par., E. Worcestershire,
2 miles SE. of Bromsgrove.

Cobo Bay, small bay, on W. side of Guernsey,
Channel Islands, 34 miles NW. of St Peter Port.

Coborn Hoad, sta. (for Old Ford) on Great Eastern
Ry., E. London, 2J miles NE. of Liverpool Street.

Cobridge, eccl. dist. and hamlet with ry. sta., in
par. and NW. vicinity of Burslem, N. Staffordshire,
pop. 4743; P.O.

Cocbno, hill, loch, stream, and seat, Old Kilpatrick
par., Dumbartonshire—C. Hill, 2 miles NAY. of Dun-
tocher, alt. 1140 ft.; C. Locb, J mile long, lies at NE.
side of hill; C. Burn, issues from loch, and runs 2| m.
S., past C. Honse, to Duntocher Burn at Duntocher.

Cocbrage Muir, extensive tract of barren upland,
NE. Perthshire, 44 miles NAY. of Blairgowrie.

Cochrane, ancient barony, Abbey par., Renfrew;
formerly the property of the Cochranes, Earls of

Cock Beck, affl. of r. Wharfe, E. div. West-Riding
Yorkshire ; rises abo/e Aberfordand flows 10 miles NE.
to the Wharfe below Tadcaster.

Cock Brook, school, Ashton under Lyne dist., SE.

Cock of Arran, eminence, at N. extremity of Arran
island, Buteshire, alt. 976 ft.

Cockalrney, seat, Dalgetty par., S. Fifeshire, 1J
mile AY. of Aberdour.

Cockayne Hatley, par., NE. Bedfordshire, 54 miles
NE. of Biggleswade, 1161 ac., pop. 107.

Cockburnlaw, conical hill, in par. and 4 miles NW.
of Duns, mid. Berwickshire, alt. 1065 ft.

Cockbnrnspath (Coldbrandspath), coast par. and
vil. with ry. sta., N. Berwickshire, 7 miles SE. of Dunbar
and 36g miles E. of Edinburgh, 12,652 ac., pop. 1130;
P.O., T.O.; in vicinity is C. Castle, an ancient tower.

Cockbury, hamlet, in par. and 14 mile SW. of
AYinchcomb, E. Gloucestershire.

Cocken, township, Houghton-le-Spring par., in N.
of co. and 34 miles NE. of Durham, on river AYear,
465 ac. (23 water), pop. 184; contains Cocken HaU.

Cocken Hatch, seat, 4 miles SE. of Royston, Herts.

Cockenzie, small seaport and fishing vil., Tranent
par., Haddingtonshire, on Firth of Forth, If mile
NE. of Tranent ry. sta., pop. (including Port Seton)
1612; P.O., T.O.; carries on export trade in coal. On
the eastern pier-head is a fixed light seen 8 miles.

Cocker.—affluent of river Derwent, AY. Cumberland;
rises on S. side of Borrowdale Hause, and flows 15 miles
NW. through Buttermere Water, Crummock Water,
and Lorton Valley to the Derwent at Cockermouth.—
2. Cocker, river, N. Lancashire; flows into Morecambe
Bay at Cockerham ; 5 miles long.

Cocker-Hill, school, Ashton under Lyne dist., SE.

Cockerkam, par. and township (ry. sta. Cockerham
Cross), N. Lancashire, on the Cocker, near Lancaster
Canal, 6 miles S. of Lancaster—par., 14,750 ac. (547
water), pop. 3267; township, 5562 ac., pop. 761; p.o.

Cockerlngton, Worth, par., N. Lincolnshire, 3f miles
' NE. of Louth, 1750 ac., pop. 267; contains Cockering-
ton Honse, seat of the Scropes.

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