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Forfarshire.—7. Milton, fishing vil., St Cyrus par.,
Kincardineshire, 2 miles SW. of Johnshaven.—8.
Milton, hamlet with school, Urr par., E. Kirkcud-
brightshire, near Milton Loch, 9 miles SW. of Dum-
fries.—9. Milton, hamlet, Fowlis Wester par., Perth-
shire, 3 miles NE. of Crieff.—10. Milton, hamlet, in
par. and near Applecross, Boss and Cromarty, on Apple-
cross Bay.—II. Milton, vil. with ry. sta., Campsie par.,
S. Stirlingshire, 1% mile N. of Kirkintilloch and 9£
miles NE. of Glasgow, pop. 555;
P.O., T.O., called
Milton of Campsie ; printworks are in the vicinity.

Milton, Great, par., township, and vil., Oxfordshire
—par., 4402 ac., pop. 1067; township, pop. 609; vil.,
5% miles SW. of Thame;
P.O.; a priory stood in the
parish; Milton House and Milton Priory are seats.

Milton, Little, eccl. dist., township, and vil., Great
Milton par., Oxfordshire, on river Thames—dist., pop.
382; township, pop. 364 ; vil., 7 m. SAY. of Thame;

Milton, New, hamlet, Glencorse par., Edinburgh-
shire, 1% mile NE. of Auchendinny ry. sta.

Milton, South, par. and vil., Devon, 3 miles SW. of
Kingsbridge, 1556 ac., pop. 349.

Milton, West, curacy, Poorstock par., Dorset, 3
miles SE. of Beaminster.

Milton, Wliins of, vil., St Ninians par., in co. and
2% miles S. of Stirling, pop. 487.

Milton Abbas, par., eccl. dist., and vil., Dorset—•
par., 1392 ac., pop. 873; eccl. dist. (comprising parts of
Chesilborne and Owermoigne pars.), pop. 956; vil., 6
miles SAV. of Blandford;
P.O., T.O.; Milton Abbey
(1771), seat of Baron Hambro, succeeded an old monastic
institution founded (10th century) by King Athelstan,
and includes the refectory (1498) of the old abbey ; the
abbey church, now used as a private chapel, dates from
the reign of Edward II.

Milton Abbot, par. and vil., Devon, 6 miles NW. of
Tavistock, 6617 ac., pop. 880 ;

Milton Bridge, hamlet, Glencorse par., Edinburgh-
shire, 1 mile NAY. of Auchendinny ry. sta.;

Milton Brodic, seat, Alves par., N. Elginshire, 2
miles NE. of Kinloss ry. sta. and 5 miles NE. of Forres.

Milton Bryant, par. and vil., Bedfordshire, 2 miles
SE. of Woburn, 1480 ac., pop. 223 ;
P.O.; in vicinity of
vil. is Milton Bryant Honse, seat.

Milton Clevedon, par. and vil., Somerset, 2 miles
NW. of Bruton, 1221 ac., pop. 171.

Milton Court, old Tudor mansion (now a farmhouse),
in par. and near Dorking, Surrey.

Milton Damerel, par. and vil., Devon, on river
Waldon,5m. NE. of Holsworthy,4252 ac., pop. 476;

Milton Dulf Distillery, in co. and 3 m. SAY. of Elgin.

Milton Ernest, par. and vil., Bedfordshire, on river
Ouse, 4% miles NW. of Bedford, 2070 ac., pop. 421;
P.O. ; near vil. is Milton Ernest Hall, seat.

Milton Keith Distillery, Keith, Banffshire.

Milton Keynes, par. and vil., Bucks, on river Ouzel,
3% miles SE. of Newport-Pagnell, 1909 ac., pop. 244;
P.O.; Bishop Atterbury (1662-1733) was a native.

Milton Lilborne, par., Wilts, on Kennet and Avon
Canal, 3502 ac., pop. 599; contains Milton, vil., 2miles
E. of Pewsey and 6 miles S. of Marlborough ; p.o.

Milton Lockhart, seat, in par. and 2 miles SW. of
Carluke, Lanarkshire, on river Clyde.

Milton Mills, paperworks, Bowling, Dumbarton-
shire. See

Milton Park, seat, Castor par., Northamptonshire,
2 miles NW. of Peterborough ; stands in a well-wooded
park, was built in the time of Elizabeth, and succeeded
a mansion of the abbots of Medenhamstead; gives the
title of Yiscount Milton to Earl Fitzwilliam.

Milton Podyiuore. See Podymore Milton.

Milton Street, vil., in par. and 1% mile SW. of Dork-
ing, Surrey; in vicinity is
Milton Court : which see.

Milton next Canterbury, par., Kent, on river Stour,
2% miles SW. of Canterbury, 404 ac., pop. 13.

Milton next Gravesend, par., Kent, on river
Thames, in bor. of Gravesend, 692 ac. and 153 tidal
water and 32 foreshore, pop. 14,886.

Milton next Sittingbourne, town and par., Kent,
on creek of river Swale, on NW. side of Sittingbourne,
2558 ac., pop. 4219; has long been celebrated for its
oysters, great quantities of which are sent to the London
market; the church succeeded an earlier Saxon building.

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