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Litherland (or Waterloo), coast township, Sefton
par., SW. Lancashire, partly in local government dist.
of AVaterloo with Seaforth, 1205 ac., pop. 7204; p.o.

Mtherskew, hamlet, Aysgarth par., North-Riding
Yorkshire, 74 miles NW. of Hawes.

Lithwell, hamlet, Dawlish par., Devon, 3 miles NW.
of Teignmouth.

Litlington, par. and vil., Cambridgeshire, in S. of
co., 3 miles NAY. of Royston, 2098 ac., pop. 674;
numerous Roman antiquities have been discovered here.

Litt . See also Lit .

Utter, par., NE. co. Cork, on river Blackwater, 3
miles NW. of Fermoy, 5403 ac., pop. 792.

Litteragli, the N. part of the peninsular bar. of
Corkaguiny, W. co. Kerry.

Little1 Abington, in co. and 8 miles SE. of Cam-
bridge; p.o. See Abington, Great and Little.

Little Addington, 44 m. SW. of Thrapston, North-
amptonshire ; p.o. See Addington, Great, &c.

Little Baddow, Essex, 4 miles NE. of Chelmsford ;
p.o. See Baddow, Little.

Little Bcdwyn, 34 miles SW. of Hungerford, Wilts;
p.o. See Bedwin, Little.

Little Bentley, 74 miles E. of Colchester, Essex;
p.o. See Bentley, Little.

Little Berkhampstead, in co. and 44 miles SW. of
Hertford ; p.o. See Berkhampstead, Little.

Little Bittering. See Beeston with Little B.

Little Blencow. See Greystoke, Johnby, &c.

Little Blunsdon. See Blunsdon, St Andrew.

Little Bounds Mine, submarine mine, in SW. of
Cornwall, 1 mile AY. of Botallack and 5 miles N. of
Lands End.

Little Brampton, Herefordshire. SeeRODD, Nash,
and Little Brampton.

Little Bray, suburb of Bray, co. Dublin. See Bray.

Little Bredy, 6| miles SAY. of Dorchester, Dorset;
P.O. See Littlebredy.

Little Brighton, vil., in NAY. of Cheshire, in SE.
vicinity of New Brighton;
P.O., T.O.

Little Bromley, 6 miles NE. of Colchester, Essex;
p.o. See Bromley, Little.

Mttle Bromwich, hamlet, Aston par., AYarwick-
shire, in parl. bor. of Birmingham, pop. 950.

Little Budworth, 4 miles NE. of Tarporley, Che-
shire ; p.o. See Budworth, Little.

Little Burstead, 2 miles SW. of Billericay, Essex;
p.o. See Burstead, Little.

Little Bytham, ry. sta., 4| miles SE. of Corby,
P.O. See Bytham, Little.

Little Canfield, 24 miles SW. of Dunmow, Essex;
p.o. See Canfield,"Little.

Little Canford, 2J miles E. of Wimborne, Dorset;
p.o. See Canford, Little.

Little Carlton, hamlet, South Muskham par., Notts,
3g miles NW. of Newark.

Little Clacton, 5 miles SW. of AYeeley sta., Essex;
p.o. See Clacton, Little.

Little Common, 2 m. AY. of Bexhill, Sussex; P.O.

Little Coxwell, 2 miles SW. of Faringdon, Berks;
p.o. See Coxwell, Little.

Little Cressingham, 4 miles SW. of Watton sta.,
P.O. See Cressingham, Little.

Little Dalby, 34 miles SE. of Melton Mowbray, Lei-
P.O. See Dalby, Little.

Little Dawley, eccl. dist. and vil., Dawley par., Shrop-
shire—dist.,pop. 2063; vil., 4m. SE. of AVellington;

Little Dean, 2 miles NAY. of Newnham, Gloucester-
shire ;
P.O. See Dean, Little.

Little Dean Hill, hamlet, Hinder’s Lane and Dockham
par., Gloucestershire, 3 m. SAY. of Westbury on Severn.

Little Dewchurch, in co. and 54 miles SE. of Here-
ford ; p.o. See Dewchurch, Little.

Little Down Honse, seat, 2 miles AAr. of Christ-
church, Hants.

Little Drayton, eccl. dist., Drayton in Hales par.,
Staffordshire and Shropshire, pop. 2796.

Little Dunham, 4 miles NE. of Swaffham, Norfolk;
p.o. See Dunham, Little.

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

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Little . For names (other than those of railway sta-
tions and post-offices) prefixed by
Little, and not found under
Little, see principal name.

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