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Stoneyford.—hamlet, 5 miles NW. of Lisburn, S. co.
Antrim; P.O.—2. Stoneylbrd (or Stonyford), vil.,
Jerpointchurch par., mid. co. Kilkenny, on King’s river,
4 miles NW. of Tliomastown, pop. 191; P.O., T.O.—3.
Stoneyford, rivulet, cos. Meath and Westmeath; rises
in bar. Fore, co. Meath, and flows about 15 miles SE.
to the Boyne, 5 miles SW. of Trim.

Stoneyhurst. See Stonyhurst.

Stoneykeld, hamlet, Bowes par., North-Riding
Yorkshire, 6 miles SAY. of Barnard Castle.

Stoneykirk, par. and vil., Wigtownshire—par., on
W. side of Luce Bay, 19,480 ac., pop. 2766 ; vil., 6 miles
SE. of Stranraer; P.O.

Stoncytliorpe, seat, Long Itchington par., Warwick-
shire, 1 mile S. of Southam.

Stoncywood Hills, paperworks, 1% mile from
Denny, Stirlingshire.

Stoncywood Works, paperworks, 1 mile from
Auchmill, Aberdeenshire.

Stonham, vil., Earl Stonham par., Suffolk, 3 m. NE.
of Needham Market; P.O., t.o. See Earl Stonham.

Stonham, Little, par. and vil., Suffolk, 4 miles NE.
of Needham Market, 1193 ac., pop. 309.

Stonham Aspall, par. and vil., Suffolk—par., 2399
ac., pop. 725; vil., 5 m. NE. of Needham Market; P.O.

Stonnal, eccl. dist., Shenstone par., Staffordshire,
pop. 1016; contains Upper Stonnal, vil., 4% miles
SAY. of Lichfield ; P.O.

Stonnis (Black Rock), lofty gritstone rock, on Crom-
ford Moor, Derbyshire, 1% mile N. of Wirksworth; com-
mands one of the finest views in the district.

Stonor Park, seat of Lord Camoys, Pyrton par.,
Oxfordshire, 4 miles NW. of Henley on Thames; has
been the property of this family since Henry III.

Stonton Wyville, par., Leicestershire, 5 miles N. of
Market Harborough, 1190 ac., pop. 88.

Stony Stanton, 4 miles E. of Hinckley, Leicester-
shire ;
p.o. See Stoney Stanton.

Stony Stratford, market town, in co. and 8 miles
NE. of Buckingham, on river Ouse, 124 ac., pop. 1943;
P.O., T.O., 3 Banks, 1 newspaper. Market-days,
and Friday. The town is situated on AVatling
Street, and consists of the two pars, of Stony Stratford
East Side, 69 ac., pop. 727; and Stony Stratford West
Side, 58 ac., pop. 1216. It is an ancient place, and
has an endowed grammar school, a weekly corn market,
a monthly cattle market, and fairs. A number of the
inhabitants are employed in lacemaking.

Stonydelph. See Amington and Stonydelph.

Stonyhonses, 1 mile SE. of Mold, Flintshire.

Stonyhurst, Roman Catholic college, Mitton par.,
NE. Lancashire, 4 miles SW. of Clitheroe; P.O. The
college was founded in 1794 by some Jesuit fathers
driven from Liege at the Revolution, and has grown to
be “ the Catholic Eton.” It occupies the old seat of the
Sherbournes and AVelds, which however has been
greatly added to, and comprises 3 chapels, class-rooms,
library, museum, observatory, gymnasium, &c.

Stoodleigh, par. and vil., Devon—par., 4336 ac.,
pop. 440; vil., 5 miles NAY. of Tiverton; P.O.; in
vicinity is Stoodleigh Court, seat.

Stoodley Pike, hill, N. div. West-Riding Yorkshire,
in SE. vicinity of Todmorden, alt. 1312 ft.

Stoop, vil., Dumfriesshire, in par. and 1 mile NE.
of Dumfries, pop. (including Creenbrae) 568.

Stopham, par. and vil., Sussex, on river Arun, 4
miles SE. of Petworth, 864 ac., pop. 156; P.O.; near
the vil. is Stopham House, seat. Stopham Bridge,
a 7-arched structure over the Arun, was built in 1309.

Stopper Lane, 4 m. from Chatburn, Lancashire; P.O.

Stopsley, eccl. dist. and vil., Luton par., Bedford-
shire—dist., pop. 882; vil., 2 miles NE. of Luton; P.O.

Storeton, township, Bebington par., Cheshire, 3
miles SW. of Birkenhead, 1372 ac., pop. 244.

Storiths. See Hazlewood and Storiths.

Storkhill with Sandholme, township, Beverley
St John par., East-Riding Yorkshire, near Beverley,
322 ac., pop. 47.

Stormont, one of the ancient divisions of Perthshire,
between the Ericht and the Tay, 14 miles in length
and 7 miles in mean breadth.

Stormont Castle, seat, N. co. Down, 1% mile NW.
of Dundonald ry. sta. and 4 miles E. of Belfast.

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