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Lopperwood House, seat, Eling par., Hants, 4 miles
NW. of Southampton.

Lopplngton, par. and vil., Shropshire, 3 miles NW.
of Wem, 3466 ac., pop. 540; in vicinity of vil. is the
seat of Loppington House.

Lora, Falls of. See Connel Ferry.

Lorabank Castle (site of), Lochwinnoch par., Ren-

Lorbottle, township, AVhittingham par., North-
umberland, 4% miles NAY. of Rothbury, 2437 ac., pop.
95 ; contains the seat of Lorbottle House.

Lord Arthur’s Cairn, hill, Aberdeenshire, 5 miles
NW. of Alford, alt. 1699 ft.

Lord Holmes’ Parlour, cliff cavern on the SAY.
coast of Isle of Wight, 1% mile E. of the Needles;
took its name from Lord Holmes, a governor of the
island, who entertained his friends in the cave.

Lord Reay’s Green Table, flat-topped hill, Suther-
landshire, 12 miles NW. of Lairg.

Lordington, curacy, Racton par., Sussex, 5% m. NAV.
of Chichester; the statistics of Lordington are included
in Racton par.; Cardinal Pole (1500-1558) was a native.

Lord’s Bridge, ry. sta., in co. and 5£ miles SAY. of

Lords Island, island in Derwent Water, Cumber-
land, comprising 6% ac.; contains vestiges of a pleasure
house of the Earls of Derwentwater.

Lord’s Seat, eminence, Cumberland, 5 miles NW.
of Keswick, alt. 1811 ft.

Lordscairnie Castle, ruin, on Lordscairnie estate,
Moonzie par., Fife, 3 miles NAY. of Cupar; was built
(15th century) by the third Earl of Crawford, and is
popularly called Earl Beardie’s Castle.

Lordship Lane (Forest Hill), ry. sta., on NE. border
of Surrey, 1% mile N. of Crystal Palace, London.

Loretlo, a pre-Reformation chapel and hermitage
which stood on E. side of Musselburgh, Edinburghshire;
near the site of the ancient chapel is Loretto School,
conducted after the method of the English public schools.

Lorne, dist., Argyllshire; is bounded N. by Loch
Leven, S. by Lochs Awe, Avich, and Melfort, and W.
by the Firth of Lorne and Loch Linnhe ; is divided into
Upper Lorne (lying N. of Loch Etive), Middle Lorne,
and Nether Lorne; gives the titles of baron and marquis
to the Duke of Argyll.

Lorne, Firth of, arm of the sea, between Lorne dist.
and Mull isl., Argyll, striking SW. from Loch Linnhe.

Lornty, vil., in par. and N. vicinity of Blairgowrie,
Perthshire, at the confluence of Lornty Burn with river
Ericht; Lornty Bnrn flows 7 miles SE. from Loch

Lorrha, par. and vil., N. co. Tipperary, on Lough
Derg and river Shannon, 9 miles AY. of Parsonstown—
par., 15,679 ac., pop. 1567; vil., pop. 140;
P.O.; has
ruins of an abbey and 2 castles.

Lorton, township and vil., Brigham par., Cumber-
land—township, 5318 ac., pop. 397; vil., on river Cocker,
4 miles SE. of Cockermouth; in vicinity are Lorton
Hall and Lorton House, seats. Lorton Yale extends
from Crummock AYater to the border of the parish, is
bounded on the AY. by Low Fell and AVhin Fell, and
on E. by AVhiteside, Whinlatter, and AVythop Fells.

Lorum, par., AV. co. Carlow, 3 miles S. of Bagenals-
town, 5341 ac., pop. 836.

Loscoe. See Codnor with Loscoe.

Loscoinbe, hamlet, Netherbury, North Poorton, and
Poorstock pars., Dorset, in W. of co., 3 miles SE. of

Lose Hill, mountain, Derbyshire, 5% miles N. of
Castleton, alt. 1572 ft.

Loseby, ry. sta., in co. and 6% m. NE. of Leicester.

Loseley Place, seat, 2 miles SW. of Guildford,
Surrey; Loseley Demesne belonged at one time to
Edward the Confessor.

Losenhaui, hamlet, Newenden par., Kent, on river
Rother, 5% miles SW. of Tenterden. At Losenham are
remains of an ancient entrenchment.

Losset Park, seat, on W. side of Kintyre, Argyll-
shire, in par. and 5% miles W. of Campbeltown.

Lossett, 3 m. SW. of Crossdoney, AV. co. Cavan ; P.O.

Lossie, river, Elginshire; rises near Carn Kitty, and
flows 31 miles (19 in a straight line) NE. to the Moray
Firth at Lossiemouth ; has good trout fishing.

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