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Rabbit Island.—Myross par., S. co. Cork, 17 ac.,
pop. 13.—2. Rabbit Island, Inishmacsaint par., co.
Fermanagh, 17 ac.,.pop. 3.-3. Rabbit Island, Kil-
cummin par., N. co. Galway, in Lough Corrib, 18 ac.,
pop. 2.

Rabley, hamlet, Ridge par., Herts, 4 miles NW. of

Raby, township, Neston par., Cheshire, 2 miles NE.
of Neston sta., 1477 ac., pop. 239.

Raby and Keverstone, township, Stain drop par.,
Durham, 6 miles NE. of Barnard Castle, 2814 ac., pop.
Raby Castle (1379), a fine old baronial mansion,
the ancient seat of the Nevilles, is now the residence of
the Duke of Cleveland, who takes hence the title of

Racavan, par., mid. co. Antrim, on river Braid, 4
miles NE. of Ballymena, 17,565 ac., pop. 4338.

Race Rank, narrow shoal, in the North Sea, between
Dudgeon Shoal and Docking Shoal, 20 miles NW. of
Cromer; is 7 miles long.

Racecourse Hall, demesne, 2 miles S. of Cashel, S.
co. Tipperary.

Raceit, hamlet, Shap par., Westmorland, on river
Lowther, 1 mile AY. of Shap.

Rachan Honse, seat, Broughton, Glenholm, and
Kilbucho par., Peebleshire, on Holnes Water, 1 mile
SE. of Broughton sta.; P.O. at
Kachan Mill.

Rackenford, par. and vil., Devon, 8 miles NW. of
Tiverton, 3938 ac., pop. 362.

Rackkam, township, Amberley par., Sussex, 5 miles
NE. of Arundel, 1002 ac., pop. 161.

Rackkeath, par. and vil., Norfolk, 4% miles NE. of
Norwich, 1980 ac., pop. 302; P.O.; near vil. is
keath Hall,

Racks, vil. withry. sta., Torthorwaldpar., Dumfries-
shire, near Lochar Water, 4 miles SE. of Dumfries.

Rackwick, place with school, Hoy and Graemsay
par., Hoy island, Orkney, 2 miles E. of Rord Head.

Raconnell, seat, in co. and 1% m. NW. of Monaghan.

Racton, par., Sussex, 6 miles NW. of Chichester, 1199
ac., pop. 97.

Radbonrne, par. and vil., in co. and 4% miles AY. of
Derby, 2182 ac., pop. 246; P.O.
; Radbonrne Hall is
the seat of the Chandos Pole family.

Radbonrne, Lower, and Radbonrne, Upper, 2

pars., Warwickshire, 3% miles SE. of Southam—Lower
Radbourne, pop. 10 ; Upper Radbourne, pop. 17.

Kadcliffe. — manufacturing town and par. (ry. sta-
tions Radcliffe and Radcliffe Bridge), SE. Lancashire, on
river Irwell, 3 miles SW. of Bury and 8 NAY. of Man-
chester by rail, 2533 ac., pop 16,267; P.O., T.O., 2 Banks.
Radcliffe has cotton spinning, gingham and fustian
weaving, paper making, and coal mining. Among the
public buildings are a market hall (1852), presented to
the town by the Earl of AVilton, and a co-operative hall
with store rooms, library, and assembly room, which
was erected in 1878.—2.
Radcliffe. See also Ratclifee.

Radcliffe Mill, vil., Saddleworth township, Roch-
dale par., S. div. West-Riding Yorkshire.

Radcliffe cum Farnworth Division, pari. div. of
SE. Lancashire, pop. 63,086.

Radcliffe on Trent, ry. sta., in co. and 4| miles E.
of Nottingham; P.O., t.o. See Ratcliffe upon Teenr.

Radclive, par. and vil., in co. and 1% mile W. of
Buckingham, on river Ouse, 1184 ac., pop. 367.

Kadcot, township, Langford par., Oxfordshire, 2
miles SW. of Bampton, 441 ac., pop. 26; the Thames
is here crossed by an ancient 3-arch bridge, probably of
13th century.

Raddery House, seat, Rosemarkie par., Ross and
Cromarty, 4 miles NAY. of Fortrose.

Raddington, par., Somerset, 7% miles NW. of Wel-
lington, 1505 ac., pop. 98.

Radernie, hamlet, Cameron par., Fife, 6 miles SAY.
of St Andrews.

Radfteld, hundred, Cambridgeshire, 23,869 ac., pop.
4787; contains 9 pars.

Radford.—par. and ry. sta., Notts, in bor. of Not-
tingham, 1000 ac., pop. 20,954; the sta. is 2 miles NW.
of Nottingham.
—2. Radford, hamlet, Enstone par.,
Oxfordshire, 5 miles E. of Chipping Norton.—3.
hamlet, Coventry Holy Trinity par., Warwick-
wickshire, 1 mile NW. of Coventry;
Radford House

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