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Ely Lodge, seat of the Marquis of Ely, on an island
in Lough Erne 6 m. NW. of Enniskillen, co. Fermanagh.

Ely Place and Ely Rents, 2 liberties, within Fins-
bury pari, bor., London. See
Saffron Hill, &c.

Elyhaugh, township, Felton par., N. Northumber-
land, 9J miles N. of Morpeth, 282 ac., pop. 12.

Emania, or Savan Fort, site of ancient structure,
in co. and near Armagh.

' Emanuel, ruined priory (1156), E. Stirlingshire, on
river Avon, near Manuel Junction.

Ematris, par., N. co. Monaghan, 12,300 ac., pop.
2844; contains Rockcorry, 4 miles W. of Ballybay.

Emlhaston (or Ambaston), hamlet, in par. and 1
mile NE. of Elvaston, S. Derbyshire.

Ember, hamlet, Thames Ditton par., mid. Surrey,

2 miles SW. of Kingston ; in vicinity is Ember Court.

Emberton, par., N. Bucks, on river Ouse, 7| miles

NE. of Wolverton, 1953 ac., pop. 645 ; P.O.

Embleton.—township, Brigham par., AV. Cumber-
land, 2g miles SE. of Cockermouth, 3949 ac., pop. 347 ;
P.O.—2. Embleton, par., township, and vil. withry.
sta., N. Northumberland, 6g miles NE. of Alnwick—
par., 13,507 ac. and 452 tidal water and foreshore, pop.
2217; township, 2077 ac. and 84 foreshore, pop. 643;
the vicarage is one of 3 in Northumberland that were
fortified; it still has a machicolated tower.

Embley Earle, seat, 2 m. W. of Romsey, S. Hants.

Embo, fishing vil., in par. and 2J miles NE. of Dor-
noch, SE. Sutherlandshire, pop. 396;

Emborne, river, Berks and Hants; rises near Inkpen
Beacon, and flows E. (along the border of the counties)
and NE. to the Kennet 6J miles SW. of Reading; is
16 miles long.

Emborough, or Einborrow, par., mid. Somerset,
5 miles NE. of AVells, 2039 ac., pop. 178.

Embsay with Eastby, township, in par. and 2 miles
NW. of Skipton, N. div. AVest-Riding Yorkshire, 4460
ac., pop. 1167;
P.O., called Euibsay.

Emery Down, eccl. dist., Lyndhurst par., S. Hants,
in New Forest, pop. 465.

Emlngh, par., N. co. Meath, 3 miles NE. of Kells,
2118 ac., pop. 203.

Emlaghfad, par., S. co. Sligo, 9309 ac., pop. 3839;
contains Ballymote.

Enalaghmorc, 7 miles from Cahersiveen, Kerry; p.o.

Etnley, par., township, and vil., S. div. AVest-Riding
Yorkshire, 7 miles SE. of Huddersfield—par., 4948 ac.
(including part of Skelmanthorpe in High Hoyland
par.), pop. 2638; township, 3556 ac., pop. 1289 ;

Emly, hamlet, on Devil’s AVater, S. Northumber-
land, 6 miles S. of Hexham.

Emly, par. and vil. with ry. sta., SW. co. Tipperary,

3 miles NE. of Knocklong—par., 9183 ac., pop. 2148;
vil., pop. 348 ;

Eiulygrennan, par., S. co. Limerick, 4 miles E. of
Kilmallock, 2513 ac., pop. 599.

Emlyn, hamlet, Kenarth par., Carmarthenshire.

Emma Green, hamlet, in par. and near Henley-on-
Thames, Oxfordshire.

Emmanuel Mea<I, headland, on E. side of Holy
Island, Northumberland.

Emmett’s Mill, sandy ridge, near St Alban’s Head,

Enunington, par., on E. border of Oxfordshire, 3
miles SE. of Thame, 740 ac., pop. 75.

Emmotland, hamlet, North Frodingham par., East-
Riding Yorkshire, 5g miles SE. of Driffield.

Emmott Hall, seat, near Burnley, NE. Lancashire.

Emneth, par. and ry. sta., W. Norfolk, on border of
co., 2 miles SE. of Wisbech, 3449 ac., pop. 1001;

Emo, vil., Coolbanagher par., N. Queen’s co., 5 miles
S. of Portarlington ; in vicinity is Emo Park, seat of
the Earl of Portarlington.

Empingliam, par. and vil., Rutland, 6 miles NAV.
of Stamford, 2780 ac., pop. 823;
P.O., T.o.; contains
Empingliam House.

Empor, hamlet, 10 miles NW. of Mullingar, co.

Empsliott, par., N. Hants, 6 miles SE. of Alton,
761 ac., pop. 158.

Empton, hamlet, 3 miles SW. of Kington, Hereford.

Einral, seat, in detached part of Flintshire, 2 miles
SE. of Bangor.

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