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Stanford on Teiue, par., AVorcestershire, 6 miles
SW. of Stourport, 1278 ac., pop. 155 ; P.O., called
Stanford Bridge; contains Stanford Court, seat.

Stanford upon Soar, par. and vil., Notts—par.,
1520 ac., pop. 105; vil., 1% mile N. of Loughborough ;
in vicinity is Stanford Hall, seat.

Stangate, Essex. See Stanesgate.

Stanghow, township, Skelton near Redcar par.,
North-Riding Yorkshire, in Skelton in Cleveland local
gov. dist., and 4 m. E. of Guisbrough, 3235 ac., pop. 1162.

Stangronud, in N. of Huntingdonshire, 1 mile SE.
of Peterborough ; P.O. See

Stanhoc, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Norfolk—par.,
1489 ac., pop. 437; vil., 3 miles SAV. of Burnhain
Market sta. and 10 miles SE. of Hunstanton by rail;
P.O.; in vicinity is Stanboe Hall, seat.

Stanhope, market town and par. with ry. sta., Dur-
ham—par., 61,195 ac. (320 water), pop. 8793 ; town, on
river AVear, 6 miles NAV. of AVolsingham, pop. 1840;
P.O., T.O., 1 Bank. Market-day,
Friday. Stanhope is
celebrated for its lead mines, which are very extensive;
ironstone and limestone are also worked. Stanhope
Castle was a seat of the Featherstonehaugh family;
the park is 12 miles in circuit.

Stanhope Burn, Drumelzier par., Peeblesshire;
flows 4% miles NAV. to the Tweed, 2% miles N. of
Crook Inn.

Stanion, par., Northamptonshire, 6 miles NE. of
Kettering, 1850 ac., pop. 353.

Stank, hamlet, Sigston par., North-Riding York-
shire, 3 miles NE. of Northallerton.

Stank House, seat, in co. and 1 mile AV. of AArarwick.

Stanks, hamlet, Barwick in Elmet par., E. div. AVest-
Riding Yorkshire, 6 miles NE. of Leeds.

Stanktkread, place with fine waterfall, on river Eden,
Westmorland, near Kirkby Stephen.

Stanlake House, seat, near Twyford sta., Berks.

Stanley.—eccl. dist., township, and vil. withry. sta.,
Wakefield par., S. div. AArest-Riding Yorkshire—dist.,
pop. 4729 ; township (Stanley with Wrenthorpe—partly
in the borough of AVakefield), 4674 ac., pop. 13,431; |
vil., 2 miles NE. of AVakefield; P.O.; has brickfields
and ropemaking ; at Pindar’s Field Robin Hood is said
to have fought the Pindar of AVakefield.—2. Stanley,
township and vil., Spondon par., in co. and 4% mlies
NE. of Derby, 1059 ac., pop. 846; P.O.; has coal-
fields, ironworks, and mfrs. of bricks.—3. Stanley,
eccl. dist. and vil., Brancepeth par., Durham—dist.,
pop. 3865; vil., 8 miles AV. of Durham; P.O., T.O.
4. Stanley, hamlet, 4 miles NE. of Lanchester,
Durham. — 5. Stanley, eccl. dist. and ry. sta. (on
Liverpool and Bootle Ry.), AVest Derby par., Lanca-
shire, on N. side of Liverpool, pop. 4486.—6. Stanley,
hamlet, in par. and 5 miles SAV. of Leek, Staffordshire;
P.O. See Endon.

Stanley, vil. with ry. sta. (Stanley Junction), Auchter-
gaven and Redgorton pars., and
quoad sacra par., partly
also in Kinclaven par., Perthshire
—quoad sacra par.,
pop. 1276; vil., on river Tay, % mile S W. of Stanley J unc-
tion and 7 miles N. of Perth, pop. 1030 ; P.O., T.O. ; has
cotton factories ; Stanley House, seat, is in vicinity.

Stanley Common, 2 miles SW. of West Hallam,
Derbyshire; P.O.

Stanley Gill, rivulet, Cumberland, flowing through
a picturesque ravine to the Esk, and making a romantic
waterfall (62 feet) called Stanley Force.

Stanley Hall, seat, 2 m. N. of Bridgnorth, Shropshire.

Stanley Park, seat, 1% mile SW. of Stroud, Glou-

Stanley Pontlarge, par., Gloucestershire, 2 miles
NW. of Winchcomb, 960 ac., pop. 58.

Stanley St Leonard. See Leonard Stanley.

Stanley Sands, on AAr. coast of Anglesey, near Holy-

Stanley vt ilh Wren tliorpc, Yorkshire. See STANLEY.

Stanleys, seat, Hants ; post-town, Lymington.

Staulow, par., Cheshire, on river Mersey, 8 miles N.
of Chester, 254 ac., pop. 18.

Stanmer, par., Sussex, 4 miles NE. of Brighton, 1341
ac., pop. 129; Stanmer Park is the seat of the Earl
of Chichester.

Stanmore, Great, par. and vil., in N. of Middlesex—
par., 1484 ac., pop. 1312; vil., 011 hill slope, 2 miles

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