East Leach Tnrvllle, par., E. Gloucestershire, on I
river Leach, 114 miles SW. of AVitneyry. sta., 2630 ac.,
pop. 435; P.O., called Enstleach Turvllle.
East Leake, in co. and 8 miles SW. of Nottingham ;
p.o. See Leake, East.
East Linton, police burgh with ry. sta., Prestonkirk
par., Haddingtonshire, on the Tyne, 54 miles W. of
Dunbar, pop. 943 ; vil., pop. 1042; P.O., T.O., called also
Prestonkirk ; 1 Bank. Market-day, Monday.
East Liss, vil., 34 m. NE. of Petersfield, Hants ; P.O.
East Loch Tarbert (or Tarbert Bay), Kintyre,
Argyllshire, on W. side of Loch Fyne.
East Lockingc, 2 miles SE. of Wantage, Berks; P.O.
See Lockinge, East.
East Lomond, 1 mile SW. of Falkland, Fife, 1471 ft.
East Looe, fishing port with ry. sta. (Looe), St Mar-
tins par., E. Cornwall, on E. side of estuary of the
Looe, 231 miles SW. of London, pop. 1353; P.O., T.O.,
called Looe, 1 Bank. East Looe was an important
maritime town in the 14th century, and it has still, iu
addition to its pilchard fishery, some exports of copper
and granite. A canal connects it with Liskeard, 9 miles
N., and a line of rail with the mines; a bridge stretches
across the estuary to West Looe. East Looe is an
ancient incorporation ; it was disfranchised in 1832.
East Lothian, another name for Haddingtonshire.
East Lnlvvorth, 54 miles SAY. of Wareham, Dorset;
p.o. See Lulworth, East.
East Lyng, 5 m. SE. of Bridgwater, AY. Somerset; P.O.
East Marden, 74 miles NW. of Chichester, W.
Sussex; p.o. See Marden, East.
East MaUlng, par. and vil. (ry. sta. Mailing), mid.
Kent—par., 2793 ac., pop. 2383; vil., 4 miles NW. of
Maidstone; P.O.; 1 mile from sta. are East MaUing
East Margate, ry. sta., Margate, E. Kent.
East Markham, 5 miles SE. of East Retford, N.
Notts; p.o. See Markham, East.
East Marton, vil., 3 miles AY. of Skipton, N. div.
West-Riding Yorkshire; P.O.
East Meon, 4 miles W. of Petersfield, N. Hants;
p.o. See Meon, East.
East Mersea, 8 miles SE. of Colchester, Essex; P.O.
See Mersea, East.
East Molesey, 2 miles SW. of Kingston-on-Thames,
E. Surrey ; P.O., T.o. See Moulsey, East.
East Morton, hamlet, in par. and 3 miles N. of
Bingley, E. div. West-Riding Yorkshire ; P.O.
East Muir, par., part of Shettleston, N. Lanarkshire.
East Nenk o Fife, E. end of Fife, around Fife Ness.
East Newport, ry. sta., in E. of Newport, Fifeshire.
East Norton, ry. sta., 9 miles N. of Market Har-
borough, Leicestershire ; P.O. See Norton, East.
East Ogwell, 14 mile SW. of Newton Abbot, E.
Devon; P.O. See Ogwell, East.
East Pcckham, 5 miles NE. of Tunbridge, mid.
Kent; P.O., t.o. See Peckham, East.
East Perlh, par., Perthshire. See Perth.
East Flean, vil., St Ninians par., in co. and 54 miles
SE. of Stirling, pop. 369; P.O., called Flean.
East Bain ton, in co. and 5 miles NE. of Durham;
p.o. See Rainton, East.
East Bavendale, 4 miles SW. of Grimsby, N. Lin-
colnshire ; P.O. See Ravendale, East.
East Betford, bor. and par., Notts. See Retford.
East Budham, ry. sta., 64 miles SW. of Fakenham,
Norfolk ; P.O., T.o. See Rudham, East.
East Bunton, 2 m. NW. of Cromer, N. Norfolk; p.o.
East Buston, 5 miles SE. of North AValsham, Nor-
folk ; P.O. See Ruston, East.
East Shieldhill, vil., Polmont par., Stirlingshire,
2 miles S. of Falkirk, pop. 391.
East Stockwith, 3 miles NW. of Gainsborough, N.
Lincolnshire; p.o. See Stockwith, East.
East Stoke.—44 miles SW. of Newark, Notts; P.O.
See Stoke, East.—2. East Stoke, 3 miles W. of Ware-
ham, Dorset; P.O. See Stoke, East.
East Stour, 4 miles W. of Shaftesbury, Dorset; P.O.
See Stower, East.
East Stratton, 3 miles NE. of Micheldever ry. sta.,
N. Hants; P.O. See Stratton, East.
East Tilbury, on the Thames, on S. border of Essex,
3 miles NE. of Gravesend; p.o. See Tilbury, East.
East Vale, Staffordshire. See Vale, East.
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