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Scrafton, East. See Caldbergh with East

Scr allton, West, township, Coverham par., North-
Riding Yorkshire, 3% miles SW. of Middleham, 1616 ac.,
pop. 106.

Scraggs, mountain, near Lough Finn, W. co. Donegal,
8 miles NW. of Glenties, alt. 1406 ft.

Scrape, The, mountain, on border of Manor and
Drumelzier pars., Peeblesshire, alt. 2347 ft.

Scraptoft, par. (ry. sta. Thornby and Scraptoft), in
co. and 3% miles E. of Leicester, 1450 ac., pop. 120.

Scratby, hamlet, on coast of Norfolk, 5 miles N. of
Yarmouth; in vicinity is Scratby Hall, seat. See
Ormesby, St Margaret with Scratby.

Scratcbbnry, ancient British camp, Wilts, 3 miles
SE. of Warminster; occupies 40 ac., is mone than a mile
in circuit, and is surrounded with ditch and rampart.

Scratcbells Bay, at SE. extremity of Isle of AVight;
is overhung by lofty cliffs, and has a vast cave entered
by a grand natural arch 180 ft. in span and 200 high.

Scrattage, vil., Heston par., Middlesex, 2 miles AV.
of Brentford.

Scray, lathe, Kent, in 2 divisions, Lower and Upper
—Lower Division, 96,036 ac., pop. 26,659; contains
Tenterden bor. and 9 hundreds ; Upper Division, 173,702
ac., pop. 96,164; contains Faversham bor., and 11 hun-
dreds and part of another.

Scrayfield. See Scrafield.

Scrayingliaui, par. and township, East-Riding York-
shire, on river Derwent, 10 miles NE. of York—par.,
4892 ac., pop. 397; township, 1560 ac., pop. 144;

Scredlngton, par. and vil. (ry. sta. Aswardby and
Scredington), Lincolnshire, 3 miles SE. of Sleaford, 1850
ac., pop. 341.

Screen, co. Wexford; P.O. See Skreen.

Screes, mountain, Cumberland, on SE. side of Wast-
water, alt. 1983 ft.

Scremby, par., Lincolnshire, 3 miles N. of Spilsby,
970 ac., pop. 172; contains Scremby Hall, seat.

Scremerston, eccl. dist. and ry. sta., Ancroft and
Tweedmouth pars., Northumberland—dist., pop. 888 ;
the sta. is 3% miles SE. of Berwick on Tweed.

Screnwood, township, Alnham par., Northumber-
land, 7 miles NW. of Rothbury, 1061 ac., pop. 25.

Scresort, Loch, sea-loch, on E. side of Rum island,
Inner Hebrides, Argyllshire.

Screvcton, par. and vil., Notts, 3 miles NE. of Bing-
ham, 1150 ac., pop. 179.

Scriden Bocks, at N. extremity of Arran island,

Scrlvelsby, par., Lincolnshire, 2 miles S. of Horn-
castle, 1916 ac., pop. 124 ; contains S. Court, seat.

Scrlven with Tcntergate, township, Knares-
borough par., E. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, on river
Nidd, partly in bor. of Harrogate but chiefly in town of
Knaresborough, 1829 ac., pop. 1431; contains Scrlven
Park, seat, 1 mile N. of Knaresborough.

Scroby Sand, shoal, off E. coast of Norfolk, on E.
side of Yarmouth Roads, 3 miles NE. of Yarmouth ; is
4 miles long.

Scroggiehlll, vil., Methven par., Perthshire, 4 miles
NW. of Perth.

Scrooby, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Notts—par.,
1520 ac., pop. 196; vil., 1| mile S. of Bawtry;
P.O. The
manor house was at one time a palace of the arch-
bishops of York.

Scropton and Foston, par., partly in Staffordshire
but chiefly in Derbyshire, 7 miles NW. of Burton on
Trent, 2983 ac., pop. 622;
P.O. at Foston.

Scropul, agricultural school, co. Clare; post-town,

Scrotbea, suburb of Clonmel, N. co. AVaterford, now
Oldbridge : which see.

Scruton, par. and vil. with ry. sta., North-Riding
Yorkshire—par., 2115 ac., pop. 359; vil., 4 miles NE.
of Bedale;

Scngdale, hamlet, Whorlton par.,North-RidingYork-
shire, 6 miles S. of Stokesley.

Scuir. See also Sgurr.

Scuir Vuillln (Sgurr a Mhuilinn), mountain, Ross
and Cromarty, on N. side of Strath Conon, alt. 2500 ft.

Scuir of Eigg, hill, Eigg island, Inner Hebrides,
Inverness-shire, alt. 1346 ft.

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