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Slieat, old manor-house, 3 miles S. of Newport, Isle of

Shebbcar.—hundred, Devon, 73,250ac., pop. 14,750;
contains 26 pars.—2. Shebbcar, par. and vil., Devon,
8 miles NE. of Holsworthy, 5827 ac., pop. 913 ; P.O.

Shelnlon, hamlet, High Offley par., Staffordshire, 3
miles SW. of Eccleshall.

Shebster, hamlet, Reay par., Caithness, 7 miles
SW. of Thurso ; P.O.

Shcddens, vil., Cathcart par., Renfrewshire, pop.
497 ; forms part of Clarkston Toll and Sheddens :
which see.

Shed field, 2 miles S. of Bishop Waltham, Hants;
P.O. See Shidfield.

Shedin Port, creek, N. co. Donegal, near Dunaff

Shee, Longli, Ballinrobe par., S. co. Mayo.

Shee Water, Kirkmichael par., Perthshire; flows
through Glen Shee, and is continued under the name of
the Black AVater till it joins Ardle Water to form the
river Ericht.

Sheeanmore, seat, near Newport, W. co. Mayo.

Sheefry, district, 9 miles SW. of Westport, SW. co.
Mayo; lead has been worked here.

Sheelin, Lough, on border of cos. Cavan, Meath,
and Westmeath ; 5 miles by 2 miles.

Sheen, par. and vil., Staffordshire—par., 2893 ac.,
pop. 419; vil., on river Dove, 3¼ miles SE. of Long-
nor ; P.O.

Sheen, East and West, 2 hamlets, Mortlake par.,
Surrey, near Richmond. Sheen (or Richmond) Palace,
supposed to have been founded by Edward III., has left
only a stone gateway; of the priory established at AVest
Sheen in 1414 there are no remains.

Sheeoch Burn, Durris par., Kincardineshire ; flows
8¼ miles NE. to river Dee near Durris church.

Sheep Haven, bay, N. co. Donegal, between Horn
Head and Rossguil peninsula ; 9 miles long and 4 miles
across the entrance.

Sheep Head, SW. co. Cork, between Bantry and
Dunmanus bays.

Sheep Island, at NAV. extremity of Freshwater Bay,
in SW. of Pembrokeshire, 5 miles SW. of Milford.

Sheep Island, off N. coast of co. Antrim, opposite
Ballintoy and 6 miles NAV. of Ballycastle.

Sheep Isle.—Kilbrandon and Kilchattan par., Inner
Hebrides, Argyllshire, in Firth of Lome, pop. 2.—2.
Sheep Isle, Lismore and Appin par., Inner Hebrides,
Argyllshire, adjacent to Sanda island and 1¼ mile S. of
Kintyre peninsula, pop. 4

Sheepbridge, ry. sta., Derbyshire, 1¼ mile N. of

Sbeepland, small creek, 2 miles NE. of Ardglass, SE.
co. Down.

Sheepridge, vil., West-Riding Yorkshire, 3 miles
NE. of Huddersfield; P.O., T.o.

Sheepscar, 2 eccl. dists. (St Clement and St Luke),
Leeds par., E. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, pop.—St
Clement, 10,771; St Luke, 5246.

Slieepscombe, eccl. dist. and vil., Painswick par.,
Gloucestershire—dist., pop. 555; vil., 3 miles N. of
Strond; P.O.

Sheepshcd, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Leicester-
shire, 4 miles AAr. of Loughborough, 5280 ac., pop.
4437; P.O., T.O. Framework knitting, glove making,
needle making, and granite working are carried on.

Sheeps ted House, seat, 3 miles W. of Abingdon,

Sheepstor, par., Devon, 7 miles SE. of Tavistock,
3595 ac., pop. 90.

Sheep wash.—par. and vil., Devon, on river Torridge,
10¼ miles NAV. of Okehampton, 1971 ac., pop. 415 ; P.O.
—2. Sheepwasli, Northumberland. See ASHINGTON

Sheepy Magna, par., township, and vil., Leicester-
shire—par., 2820 ac., pop. 643; township, pop. 415; vil.,

3 miles NE. of Atherstone; P.O., called Sheepy; in
vicinity is Sliccpy llall, seat.

Sheepy Parva, par., Leicestershire, adjacent to
Sheepy Magna, 600 ac., pop. 89.

Sheering, par. and vil., Essex—par., 1645 ac., pop.
543 ; vil., 2¾ miles NE. of Harlow ; P.O.; near the vil.
is Sheering Hall, seat.

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