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Mansergli, township, in par. and 2| miles N. of
Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland, on river Lune, 2668
ac., pop. 239; contains
Mansergli Hall, seat.

Mansfield, market town and par., Notts, on river
Maun, 16 miles N. of Nottingham and 137 miles NW.
of London by rail, 7252 ac., pop. 13,653; 3 Banks, 2
newspapers. Market-day,
Thursday. From coins and
other relics found here, Mansfield is supposed to have
been a Roman station. It is surrounded by the vestiges
of Sherwood Forest. Silk and cotton mills, iron found-
ries, engine works, brick and tile works, and breweries,
&c., give employment to the inhabitants. The cattle
markets and corn markets are important.

Mansfield Division, The, parliamentary division
of Notts, pop. 53,342.

Mansfield House, seat, in par. and 2 miles E. of
New Cumnock, Ayrshire.

Mansfield IVoodhouse, town and par. with ry. sta.,
Notts, 1½ mile N. of Mansfield, 4834 ac., pop. 2618;
P.O., T.O.; in the neighbourhood 2 Roman villas were
discovered in 1786.

Mansfieldstown, par. and hamlet, mid. co. Louth,
on river Glyde, 3 miles W. of Castlebellingham, 2419
ac., pop. 395;

Manshead, hundred, Bedfordshire, 50,204 ac., pop.
23,541; contains 22 pars, and part of another.

Mansion House, ry. sta., London; City Terminus of
Metropolitan District Ry.; the Mansion House is the
official residence of the Lord Mayor of London.

Manson, Great and Little, 2 hamlets, in co. and 2
miles NE. of Monmouth.

Mansrlggs, township, in par. and 1 mile N. of
Ulverston, N. Lancashire, 569 ac., pop. 64.

Manston.—par., Dorset, on river Stour, 2 miles NE.
of Sturminster Newton, 1323 ac., pop. 187; contains
Manston House, seat.—2. Manston, hamlet, St Law-
rence Thanet par., Kent, 2 miles AY. of Ramsgate;
Manston Court (with ruins of chapel), the seat of the
Manston family as early as the reign of John, is now a
3. Manston, eccl. dist., Barwick in Elmet
and Whitkirk pars., E. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, 3
miles E. of Leeds, pop. 1214.

Manswood, hamlet, Moore-Critchell par., Dorset,
5½ miles NW. of Wimborne Minster.

Manthorpe. — eccl. dist., Grantham par., Lincoln-
shire, pop. 243
; P.O.—2. Manthorpe, township, Witham
on the Hill par., Lincolnshire, 3 miles SW. of Bourn,
ac. included in Toft and Lound, pop. 96.

Manthorpe cum Little Gonerby, township, Grant-
ham par., Lincoln, within bor. of Grantham, pop. 3567.

Manton.—par. and township, Lincolnshire, 6 miles
SW. of Glanford Brigg—par., 4630 ac., pop. 309; town-
ship, pop. 139;
P.O., called Manton Warren. — 2.
Manton, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Rutland, 3 miles
SE. of Oakham, 1290 ac., pop. 312;
P.O.; at Manton
is a ry. tunnel nearly 1 mile long.—3. Manton,
hamlet, in par. and 1½ mile E. of Worksop, Notts.

Manuden or Manewden, par. and vil., Essex, on
river Stort, 4 miles N. of Bishop Stortford, 2531 ae.,
pop. 721;
P.O.; in the vil. is Manuden House, seat.

Manuel, ry. sta., Muiravonside par., Stirlingshire,
2 miles W. of Linlithgow; in vicinity, on river Avon,
Manuel House, seat; close to the mansion are
the scanty remains of
Manuel or Emanuel Priory,
founded 1156.

Maimlla (or Minola), par. and ry. sta. (Manulla
Junction), mid.
co. Mayo, 4 miles E. of Castlebar,
5464 ac.,
pop. 1442; P.O.

Man wood, Forest of, now extinct, covered Selsea
Bill promontory, Sussex.

Manydown, seat, 4 miles W. of Basingstoke, Hants.

Manyfold, river, Staffordshire; rises near Flash,
and flows 16 miles SE. to the Dove near Thorp.

Map . See also Mapp .

Mapastown, par., mid. co. Louth, on river Glyde,
2 miles NE. of Ardee, 1444 ac., pop. 175.

Maperath, seat, 2 miles NW. of Kells, N. co. Meath.

Maperton, par., Somerset, 3 m. SW. of Wincanton,
1534 ac., pop. 203; contains
Maperton House, seat.

Maple Hayes House, seat, in W. vicinity of Lich-
field, Staffordshire.

Maplebeck, par. and vil., Notts, 4½ miles NE. of
Southwell, 1136 ac., pop. 123.

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