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Smallcounty, bar., co. Limerick, 44,424 ac., pop. 9923.

Smalley, township and vil., Morley par., Derbyshire
—township, 1718 ac., pop. 815; vil., 4 miles NW. of
Ilkeston; P.O., T.o.; in vicinity is Smalley llall, seat.

Smallfieid, vil., Ecclesfield par., S. div. West-Riding
Yorkshire, 7 miles NW. of Sheffield.

Smallford, ry. sta., Herts, 3 miles E. of St Albans.

Smallheath and Sparkbrook, ry. sta., Warwick-
shire, 2 miles SE. of Snow Hill sta., Birmingham. See
Small Heath, and also Sparkbrook.

Smallliolm, vil., in par. and near Lochmaben, Dum-

Smallkytlie, eccl. dist.,Tenterden par., Kent, pop. 269.

Smallmoutk Caves, a series of small caverns in the
natural breakwater at Watermouth, on N. coast of
Devon, 2 miles E. of Ilfracombe.

Smallmoutk Sands, on coast of Dorset, between
Weymouth and Portland.

Sinallrlce, hamlet, Sandon par., in co. and 4 miles
NE. of Stafford.

Smalls Lighthouse, on one of a rocky group of
islands off coast of Pembrokeshire, 20 miles SW. of
St Davids Head; is 141 ft. high, with fixed light (Smalls)
125 ft. above high water and seen 17 miles.

Smallthorne, town, Norton on the Moors par.,
Staffordshire, 2 miles NE. of Burslem, pop. 4615; P.O.;
shares in the industries of the Potteries.

Smallwood, township and vil., Astbury par., Che-
shire—township, 2186 ac., pop. 578; vil., 3 miles SE.
of Sandbach ; P.O.; near the vil. is S. House, seat.

Smannell. See Knights Enham.

Smardale, township and ry. sta., Kirkby Stephen
par., AVestmorland, 1663 ae., pop. 44; the sta. is 2|
miles SW. of Kirkby Stephen.

Smarden, par. and vil., Kent—par., 5387 ac., pop.
1139; vil., onr. Beult, 6 m. E. of Staplehurst; P.O., T.O.

Smarmore, par., SW. co. Louth, 3 miles SAV. of
Ardee, 1595 ac., pop. 252; P.O.; contains the seat of
Smarmore Castle.

Smeathwalte Bridge, bridge across St John’s Beck,
Cumberland, at the point where the stream issues from

Smeaton.—ry. sta., Inveresk par., Edinburghshire,
4 miles SE. of Portobello.—2. Smeaton, seat, Preston-
kirk par., Haddingtonshire, 1% mile N. of East Linton.

Smeaton, Great, par., township, and vil., North-
Riding Yorkshire—par., 5229 ac., pop. 781; township,
1536 ac., pop. 192; vil., 7 m. N. of Northallerton; P. O., T. o.

Smeaton, Kirk. See Kirk Smeaton.

Smeaton, Little.—township, Birkby par., North-
Riding Yorkshire, 6 miles N. of Northallerton, 1001 ac.,
pop. 75. — 2. Smeaton, Little, township, AVomersley
par., E. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, 5 miles SE. of
Pontefract, 1238 ac., pop. 215.

Smeaton Crags, Kirk Smeaton par., E. div. AVest-
Riding Yorkshire, 6 miles SE. of Pontefract.

Smedmore, seat, Isle of Purbeck, Dorset, 3 miles
SW. of Corfe Castle.

Smeeth, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Kent—par., 1620
ac., pop. 621; vil., 4% miles SE. of Ashford; P.O.;
Smeeth Paddock is the seat of Lord Brabourne.

Smeeth Boad, ry. sta., Norfolk, 3| m. E. of Wisbech.

Smeeton Westerby, township, Kibworth Beau-
champ par., Leicestershire, 5 miles NW. of Market
Harborough, pop. 390.

Smerlagh, affluent of river Feale, N. co. Kerry, about

2 miles above Listowel; 11 miles long.

Smerrll. See Middleton and Smerril.

Smerwick Harbour, well-sheltered bay, W. co.

Kerry, 4 miles NW. of Dingle.

Smestow, stream, Staffordshire; falls into the Stour

3 miles W. of Stourbridge.

Smethcott.—par. and vil., Shropshire, 4 miles N. of
Church Stretton, 2705 ac., pop. 283.—2. Smethcott,
hamlet, Hadnall township, Middle par., Shropshire, 5%
miles N. of Shrewsbury.

Smethwick. — manufacturing town with ry. sta.,
Harborne par., Staffordshire, 3% miles NAV. of New
Street Station, Birmingham, pop. 25,084 ; P.O., T.O., 2
Banks; has extensive glass works, chemical works,
engineering and machine works, iron foundries, rivet
and tube works, safe mfrs., &c. — 2. Smethwick,
Cheshire. See Brkketon cum Smethwick.

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