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Ferns, The, seat, 3½ m. SE. of Cuckfield, E. Sussex.
Ferns Lock, ry. sta., on border of cos. Meath and
Fcrnsborough, seat, 2 miles S. of Ballywillan ry.
Fernworthy Circle, ancient circle of 27 stones, S.
Fernybank, seat, in Glen Esk, Forfarshire, 8 miles
Fernyhalgh, school, near Manchester, Lancashire.
Fcrrard, bar., S. co. Louth, 48,812 ac., pop. 11,294.
Ferrensby, township, Farnham and Knaresborough
Ferrer Gate, hamlet, Worfield par., S. Shropshire,
Ferriby, North, par. and township with ry. sta. (Fer-
Ferriby, South, par. and vil., N. Lincolnshire, on
Ferriere Rocks, between the E. coast of Guernsey
Ferrill, dist., Alvechurch par., E. AYorcestershire, 4
Ferrindonald.—country of the Clan Munro, in E.
Ferring, coast par., AY. Sussex, 3½ miles W. of
Ferris, small bay, near Larne, co. Antrim.
Fcrriter Islands, co. Kerry. See Blasket.
Ferriters Cove, near Smerwick Harbour, co. Kerry.
Ferrox Hall, seat, near Tunbridge Wells, mid. Kent.
Ferry, ry. sta., on W. border of Norfolk, 2 miles N.
Ferry, East, township, Scotton and Owston pars.,
Ferry, Little, across outlet of Loch Fleet, SE.
Ferry, Meiklc, across Dornoch Firth, between
Ferry Bridge Junction, ry. sta., 1½ mile NW. of
Ferry Corner, par., S. Lincolnshire, 1 mile SW. of
Ferry Frystonc, par. and township (partly also in
Ferry Hill, township (ry. sta. Ferryhill Junction),
Ferry Hill, peninsula, in Firth of Forth, Fifeshire;
Ferry House, ferry sta., on Windermere, between
Ferry Nab, prom., on E. side of Windermere.
Ferrybank, seat, 1 mile SAY. of Cupar, Fifeshire.
Ferry bank.—vil., on river Suir, S. co. Kilkenny, 1
Ferrybridge, hamlet with ry. sta. (Ferry Bridge Junc¬
Ferry den, fishing vil., Craig par., Forfarshire, on
Fcrrylield, print-work, in Vale of Leven, Dumbar¬
Ferryhill, dist. in SW. of city of Aberdeen.
Ferryhill Junction, ry. sta., in co. and 6 miles S.
Ferryport, creek, near the entrance of Lough Foyle,
Gazetteer of the British Isles, Statistical and Topographical, by John Bartholomew, F.R.G.S.
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