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Florida.—island, Portree par., Inverness-shire, in
Sound of Raasay, separated from Raasay by Kyle Flodda,
pop. 54.—2. Flodda, or Flodday. See

Floddcn Field, on river Till, N. Northumberland, 3
miles SE. of Cornhill; here James IV., King of Scots,
was defeated by the Earl of Surrey, Sept. 9, 1513;
an unhewn pillar of granite marks the place where
the King fell; before the battle the Scots were posted
on Floddcn Hill, a spur of the Cheviots.

FIoddenHali, seat, 5m. SAY. of Kendal, Westmorland.

Flodigarry House, Kilmuir par., Inverness-shire,
on NE. coast of Skye island.

Flood Hall, 4 m. SAY. of Thomastown, co. Kilkenny.

Flookburgh, eccl. dist. and fishing vil., Cartmel
par., N. Lancashire—dist., pop. 1129; the vil. is 54
miles SE. of Ulverston.

Floorc, par. and vil., S. Northamptonshire, on river
Nen, 54 miles SE. of Daventry, 3390 ac., pop. 1019;
P.O.; contains Floorc House.

Floors Castle, seat of the Duke of Roxburghe, on
left bank of river Tweed, in par. and 1 mile W. of
Kelso, Roxburghshire; built 1718 (by Sir John Van-
brugh), and remodelled 1849, it is now a palatial Tudor
pile, with extensive grounds and gardens.

Flordon, par. and ry. sta., S. Norfolk, 74 miles SW.
of Norwich, 929 ac., pop. 178;
P.O. ; contains F. Hall.

Florence, rising and populous place, Stone and
Trentham pars., W. Staffordshire, 2 miles SW. of
Newcastle under Lyme; it is being built upon the
grounds of the Duke of Sutherland, with the intention
of forming a large suburban town for the Potteries.

Florence Court, ry. sta. (Florencecourt) and seat of
the Earl of Enniskillen, 6 miles SW. of Enniskillen,
W. co. Fermanagh;
P.O., T.O.

Florida, Mount (Glasgow). See Mount Florida.

Florida Manor, seat, on the Blackwater, NE. co.
Down, 3 miles SE. of Ballygowan sta.

Floriston, ry. sta., on NW. border of Cumberland,

6 miles NW. of Carlisle.

Flosh, The, seat, W. Cumberland; post-town,

Flotmanby, East and AVest, 2 hamlets, Folkton
par., East-Riding Yorkshire, 5 miles S. of Scarborough.

Flotta, island, AValls and Flotta par., Orkney, mid-
way between Hoy and South Ronaldshay, pop. 425; P.O.

Flotta, Calf of, island, off N. coast of Flotta, Orkney.

Flotterton, township, in par. and 34 miles W. of
Rothbury, N. Northumberland, 767 ac., pop. 85.

Floutern Tarn, mountain lakelet, AY. Cumberland,
between Ennerdale AYater and Crummock Water.

Flower Honse, seat, 2 m. from Godstone sta., Surrey.

Flowerdale, valley and seat, Gairloch, W. Ross-shire,
at head of Gair Loch; Flowerdale, Klnlochewe, and
Shield aig Deer Forest embraces 42,750 ac.

Flowerhill, dist. in E. of Airdrie, Lanark, pop. 4127.

Flowcrhill House, 4 m. AY. of Lismore, AVaterford.

Flowers Barrow (or Bing’s Hill), ancient circular
camp, in S. of Dorset, 1 mile S. of Lulworth.

Flowton, par. and hamlet, E. Suffolk, 54 miles NW.
of Ipswich, 495 ac., pop. 168.

Fludha, seat, in co. and lj? mile from Kirkcudbright.

Fluke Street, hamlet, in co. and 14m. E. of Inverness.

Flurry, rivulet, cos. Armagh and Louth; flows about
10 miles to Dundalk Bay.

Flnrrybridgc, hamlet, on river Flurry, S. co. Armagh,

7 miles N. of Dundalk; P.O., T.O.

Flush, vil., Birstal par., S. div. West-Riding York-
shire, 2 miles NAY. of Dewsbury.

Flnshdyke, ry. sta., 2£ miles NW. of Wakefield, S.
div. AYest-Riding Yorkshire.

Flushing, seaport vil., Mylor par., W. Cornwall, on
Falmouth Harb., opposite Falmouth, pop. 965; P.O., T.o.

Fluxton, hamlet, in par. and 2 miles SW. of Ottery
St Mary, E. Devon.

Flyford Fiavel, par., E. Worcestershire, 64 miles
NE. of Pershore, 730 ac., pop. 165.

Foaty, ry. sta., and island in river Lee, in co. and
7 miles E. of Cork.

Fobbing, par. and vil., S. Essex, 74 miles SE. of
Billericay, 2588 ac. (27 water) and 307 tidal water and
foreshore, pop. 429 ;
P.O.; Jack Cade’s rebellion broke
out at Fobbing in 1450; 2 miles NW. of vil. is the seat
i of Fobbing Hall.

Gazetteer of the British Isles, Statistical and Topographical, by John Bartholomew, F.R.G.S.

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