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Cockuin, rivulet, Berwickshire and Edinburghshire,
flowing into Gala Water at Stow.

Cockwood, hamlet, Dawlish par., E. Devon, at
mouth of river Exe, 6J miles E. of Chudleigh; in
vicinity is Cockwood House.

Codale Crags, range of rugged rocks, on E. of Kirk-
stone Pass, NAV. Westmorland, 34 m. NE. of Ambleside.

Codale Fell, eminence, at head of Easedale, NW.
Westmorland, 6 miles NAV. of Ambleside; with small
lake called Codale Tarn.

Codbro, hamlet, Tamworth par., S. Warwickshire,
4 miles NW. of Henley.

Coddenbam, par. and vil., E. Suffolk, 3 miles SE. of
Needham ry. sta., 2719 ac., pop. 815; P.O., T.o.

Coddington.—par. and township, AV. Cheshire, 9
miles SE. of Chester—par., 3022 ac., pop. 263; town-
ship, 1421 ac., pop. 115; P.O.—2. Coddington, par.,
E. Herefordshire, 34 miles N. of Ledbury ry. sta., 1076
ac., pop. 141; P.O.—3. Coddington, par. and vil., S.
Notts, 24 miles E. of Newark, 1850 ac., pop. 521; P.O.

Coddon Hill, eminence,. N. Devon, 2 miles S. of
Barnstaple, alt. 623 ft.

Codford, vil. with ry. sta., 134 miles NW. of Salis-
bury, S. Wilts; on Codford Hill is a Druidical circle.

Codford St Mary, par. (ry. sta. Codford), S. AVilts,
on river AAriley, 2123 ac., pop. 340 ; P.O., T.O.

Codford St Peter, par. (ry. sta. Codford), S. Wilts,
on river Wiley, 1611 ac., pop. 319.

Codbam Hall, seat, 3 m. N. of Braintree, E. Essex.

Codicote, par. and vil., mid. Herts, 8 miles SE. of
Hitchin, 2532 ac., pop. 1191; P.O.

Codling Bank, or Codling Bidges, sandbank, off
coast of co. AYicklow, 10 miles NE. of Wicklow Head.
About 4 miles SE. of S. end of Bank is a light-vessel,
with revolving light (Codling Bank) seen 9 miles.

Cod nor, township and vil. (ry. sta. Codnor Park),
Heanor par., Derbyshire, near Erewashriver and canal,
54 miles NE. of Belper, 1931 ac., pop. 3591; P.O., T.O. ;
in vicinity of vil. are the ruins of C. Castle (13th cen-
tury), long the seat of the Greys of Codnor.

Codnor Park, par. and ry. sta., E. Derbyshire, on
Erewash river and canal, 4 miles S. of Alfreton, 1458
ac., pop. 1073; contains Codnor Park, ruins of the
old seat of the Zouches and the Lords Grey of Groby;
also Codnor Park Ironworks, among the most
extensive and important in the kingdom.

Codnor witli Foscoe, eccl. dist., Denby, Codnor
Park, Heanor, and Pentrich pars., E. Derby, pop. 4436.

Codrington, hamlet, 2 m. S. of Chipping Sodbury,
W. Gloucestershire. See
AVapley cum Codrington.

Cods Head, on E. side of mouth of Kenmare River,
SW. co. Cork.

CodsaU, vil. with ry. sta., 4 miles NW. of Wolver-
W. Staffordshire; P.O.

Codsall and Oaken, par., AY. Staffordshire, near
border of co., 2580 ac., pop. 1398; contains vil. of
Codsall, and Codsall Wood; P.O.

Codskeatk, hundred, Sutton-at-Hone lathe, AY.
Kent, and Aylesford lathe, mid. Kent, 32,210 ac., pop.
16,520; contains 10 pars.

Coe, stream, N. Argyllshire, flowing 8 miles NW.
through Glencoe to Loch Leven at Invercoe; tradition
says, the Cona of Ossian, who was born upon its banks.

Coed1 Cocb, seat, 5 m. SW. of Abergele, N. Denbigh.

Coed Park, seat, near Cwm Avon, Monmouthshire.

Coedana, par., mid. Anglesey, 2 miles SE. of Llan-
erchymedd, 1627 ac., pop. 214.

Coedcanlass, par., S. Pembrokeshire, on Cleddau
estuary, 7 miles SAY. of Narberth, 843 ac. and 152 tidal
water and 128 foreshore, pop. 84.

Coedenloe, hamlet, in par. and 1 mile AY. of Ha war-
den, Flintshire.

Coedfrank, township and vil., Cadoxton par., Gla-
morgan, on Neath Canal, 1 mile N. of Neath, 3681 ac.
(31 water) and 1120 tidal water and foreshore, pop.
3522; has copper mines.

Coedgaln, hamlet, in co. and 4 m. SE. of Carmarthen.

Coedkernew, par., Monmouthshire, 4 miles SW. of
Newport, 765 ac., pop. 165.

Coedlasson, hamlet, Nantmel par., Radnorshire, 44
miles SE. of Rhayader.

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