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Ditchlcy, hamlet, Spelsbury par., N. Oxfordshire,
4¼ miles NW. of Woodstock; birthplace of Wilmot
(1647-1680), Earl of Rochester; in vicinity is Ditchley
Park, seat of Viscount Dillon.

Dltcliling (or Ditchelling), par. and vil., E. Sussex j
6m.N. of Brighton, 4265 ac.,pop. 1342; P.O.; Ditcliling
Beacon (858 ft. )is the highest point of the South Downs.

Ditelimarsh, hamlet, in par. and near Thorne, S.
div. West-Riding Yorkshire.

Ditterldge, par., N. Wilts, 7 miles SW. of Chippen-
ham, 374 ac., pop. 101.

Dittisham, par. and vil., S. Devon, on river Dart,
3 miles NW. of Dartmouth ry. sta., 3438 ac. (340
Avater), pop. 600 ; P.O.

Ditton.—hamlet, Stoke Poges par., Bucks, 2 miles
NE. of Windsor; in vicinity is llltton Park, seat of
Lord Montague.—2. Ditton, par., mid. Kent, 3¼ miles
NW. of Maidstone, 1073 ac., pop. 336.—3. llltton,
township and ry. sta. (Ditton Junction), Prescot par.,
SW. Lancashire, on river Mersey, 8 miles W. of War-
rington, 1938 ac., pop. 1412; P.O., T.O.; contains the
hamlet of Ditton Ball.

Ditton, Fen, par., Cambridge. See Fen Ditton.

Ditton, Long, par. and vil., mid. Surrey, 2 miles
SW. of Kingston-upon-Thames, 2102 ac., pop. 2315;
P.O.; and P.O. at Upper Long Ditton, 1 mile distant.

Ditton Green, hamlet, Wood Ditton par., Cam-
bridgeshire, 3¼ miles S. of Newmarket.

Ditton Hall, seat, in co. and N. vicinity of Cambridge.

Ditton Priors, par., S. Shropshire, 8¼ miles SW. of
Bridgnorth ry. sta., 5665 ac., pop. 598 ; P.O.

Divacli, shooting-lodge, Glen Moriston, Inverness,
2¼ m. SW. of Drumnadrochit; in vicinity are D. Falls.

Divelisli, stream, N. Dorset; flows 7 miles N. to
the Stour, 1¼ mile above Sturminster.

Divie, stream, Elginshire; flows 12 miles NW. to
the Findhorn near Relugas.

Dixcart (or Balcinc) Bay, Sark, Channel Islands.

Dixlicld House, seat, near Exeter, E. Devon.

Dixon Fold, ry. sta., 5 miles NW. of Manchester.

Dixon’s Bows, part of town of Stonefield, Blantyre
par., Lanarkshire, pop. 1321.

Dixton, hamlet, Alderton par., E. Gloucestershire,
3 miles NW. of Winchcomb ; in vicinity is D. House.

Dixton Hadnock, hamlet, Dixton Newton par., in
co. and 2 miles NE. of Monmouth.

Dixton Newton, par. and hamlet, in co. and 1 mile
NE. of Monmouth, 3839 ac. (84 water), pop. 772.

Doagh, Aril, with ry. sta., Grange of Doagh par., mid.
co. Antrim, 11 miles SW. of Larne, pop. 289; P.O.

Doagli, Grange of, par., mid. co. Antrim, 10 miles
NW. of Belfast, 2301 ac., pop. 2338. See

Doaghbeg, vil., on Sheephaven Harb., N. co. Donegal.

Doals, school, Haslingden dist., NE. Lancashire.

Dobbin HiU, hamlet, 4 miles SW. of Sheffield,
West-Riding Yorkshire.

Hobcross, town, Rochdale par., S. div. West-Riding
Yorkshire, 6¼ miles NE. of Asliton-under-Lyne, pop.
2638 ; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank; contains Higgle Paper Mill.

Dobroyd Castle, seat, near Todmorden, Lancashire.

Hobson’s Well, chalybeate spring, in co. and ¼ mile
W. of Haddington.

Dobwalls, 2¼ miles W. of Liskeard, E. Cornwall;
p.o. See Dub walls.

Hoccombe, 2 miles NE. of Moreton Hampstead, E.
Devon; P.O.

Docbart, river, Killin par., Perthshire; issues from
Loch Dochart, and flows NE. along Glen Dochart to
Loch Tay at Killin; is 13 miles long, and has good
salmon and trout fishing. Loch Docliart lies at the
head of the glen, 1 mile E. of Crianlarich sta., and con-
tains an islet on which are the ruins of a castle of the
Campbells of Lochawe.

Dochfonr, or Little Loch Ness, loch, on river Ness,
¼ mile from foot of Loch Ness, in co. and 5 miles SW.
of Inverness; on W. bank is Dochfour House.

Doehgarroch, hamlet Avith school, on the Caledonian
Canal, in co. and 4¼ miles SW. of Inverness.

Dock, ry. sta., at Avonmouth, W. Gloucester.

Dock Head Lighthouse, at upper part of Shannon
estuary below Limerick; has fixed light seen 3 to 4 m.

Dockenfleld, par., N. Hants, 3¼ miles SW. of Farn-
ham ry. sta., 578 ac., pop. 209.

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