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Swinethwalte, hamlet, West Witton par., North-
Riding Yorkshire, 5 miles AY. of Middleham.

Swiney, vil., mansion, and ruined castle, Latheron
par., Caithness, 1% mile W. of Lybster.

Swinfen and Packlngton, township, Weeford par.,
Staffordshire, pop. 161; Swinfen Hall, seat, is 2 miles
SE, of Lichfield.

Swinford.—hamlet, Cumnorpar., in N. of Berks, 5
miles NW. of Abingdon.—2. Swinford, par. and vil.,
Leicestershire—par., 1690 ac., pop. 403; vil., 5 miles
NE. of Rugby; P.O.

Swinford, co. Mayo; P.O., T.o. See Swineford.

Swinford, Upper, township, Oldswinford par.,
Worcestershire, suburban to Stourbridge, pop. 3203.

Swinford Begls. See Kingswinford.

Swlngfield, par. and vil., Kent, 5 miles N. of Folke-
stone, 2639 ac., pop. 386.

Swlnhoe, township, Bamburgh par., Northumber-
land, 7 miles SE. of Belford, 1575 ac., pop. 145; P.O.

Swinhope, par., Lincolnshire, 7 miles SE. of Caistor,
1307 ac., pop. 140; contains Swinhope Hall, seat.

Swinister, place, Deltingpar., Shetland, on Swinister
Voe, 2 miles S. of Mossbank.

Swlnnerton (or Swynnerton), par. and vil.,
Staffordshire—par., 6481 ac., pop. 778; vil., 3 m. NW.
of Stone; P.O.; in vicinity is Swynnerton Park, seat.

Swinnow Hall, seat, near AVetherby, West-Riding

Swinscoe, Staffordshire. See Blore.

Swinslde.—hamlet, Cumberland, in Newiands Yale,
2% miles SAY. of Keswick.—2. Swinslde, hamlet,
Cumberland, under Calbeck Fells, 7% m. NE. of Keswick.

Swinstead, par. and vil., Lincolnshire—par., 1330
ac., pop. 349; vil., 5 miles NAY. of Bourn; P.O.

Swinton.—town and eccl. dist., Eccles par., SE.
Lancashire, 4 miles NW. of Manchester—dist., pop.
10,253; town (Swinton and Pendlebury), pop. 18,107;
t.o. ; is a local government district, and has
brick making and mfrs. of cotton.—2. Swinton, town-
ship, Appleton le Street par., North-Riding Yorkshire,
2 miles AV. of Malton, 1254 ac., pop. 345; contains
Swinton Park, seat.—3. Swinton, town and town-
ship with ry. sta., Wath upon Dearne and Mexborough
pars., E. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, 10% miles NE. of
Sheffield, 1770 ac., pop. 7612 ; P.O., T.O.; contains the
Rockingham pottery works and the Swinton iron
works, and carries on coal mining, bottle making, glass
mfrs., and repairing of railway engines and waggons.

Swinton.—par. and vil., Berwickshire—par., 5561
ac., pop. 964; vil., on Leet Water, 5% miles SE. of
Duns, pop. 434; p.o.; Swinton House, seat, is 1 mile
AY. of vil.—2. Swinton, vil., Old Monkland par.,
Lanarkshire, near Baillieston, and 5 miles E. of Glas-
gow, pop. 619.

Swinton walk Warthermask, township, Masham
par., North-Riding Yorkshire, 7 miles SW. of Bedale,
1707 ae., pop. 152; contains Swinton Honse, seat.

Swiny hope, seat, near Ludborough sta., Lincolnshire.

Swirrcl Edge, easterly spur of Helvellyn, Cumber-

Swiss Cottage, sta. on Metropolitan Ry., Middlesex,
in NAA”. of London, If m. NAA”. of Baker Street Station.

Swithen, hamlet, Darton par., S. div. West-Riding
Yorkshire, 4 miles NW. of Barnsley.

Swithland, par. and vil., Leicestershire—par., 2180
ac., pop. 246 ; vil., 2% miles SW. of Mountsorrel; P.O.;
Swithland Hall is the seat of the Earl of Lanesborough.

Swona, island, South Ronaidshay par., Orkney, in
Pentland Firth, pop. 47.

Swordle and Knock, vil., in par. and 6 miles E. of
Stornoway, Lewis island, Outer Hebrides, Ross, pop. 496.

Swords, town and par., in co. and 8 miles N. of
Dublin, on Swords rivulet, 2% miles NW. of Malahide
ry. sta.—par., 9681 ac., pop. 2181; town, pop. 1088;
P.O., T.o.; has an ancient round tower (73 ft.), and the
ruins of a castle and an abbey. The rivulet rims 7 miles
E. to Malahide Bay.

Swydd, vil., in upper division of Llanfihangel Lledrod
par., Cardiganshire, in E. of co., 4 m. NE. of Tregaron.

Swyncombe (or Sivincombc), par. and vil., Oxford-
shire, in SE. of co.—par., 2708 ac., pop. 364; vil., 3
miles S. of AVatlington; P.O.; in vicinity is Swyn-
coinbe House, seat.

Gazetteer of the British Isles, Statistical and Topographical, by John Bartholomew, F.R.G.S.

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