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blocks of quartz, on hill-side overlooking Gerrans Bay,

Tregcarc, 6 m. NW. of Launceston, Cornwall; P.O.

Tregelian (or Tregrca), seat, 3 miles NE. of St
Austell, Cornwall.

Tregclriog, 7 m. from Llangollen, Denbighshire ; P.O.

Tregenda, seat, near Falmouth, Cornwall.

Tregib, hamlet, Llandilofawr par., Carmarthenshire,
1 mile SE. of Llandilo.

Tregiskey, hamlet, Mevagissey par., Cornwall, 5
mile S. of St Austell.

Tregolls, seat, on E. side of Truro, Cornwall.

Tregony (St James), par. and vil., Cornwall, on river
Fal, 6 miles E. of Truro, 139 ac., pop. 676; P.O. ; has
some ruins of the moated castle of the Pomeroys (time
of Richard I.), and sent 2 members to Parliament from
the time of Edward I. till 1832.

Tregoos Moor, Cornwall, between St Austell ami St
Columb Major; is fabled to have been the hunting
ground of King Arthur.

Tregothnan, seat of Yiscount Falmouth, on river
Fal, Cornwall, 3 miles SE. of Truro; birthplace of
Admiral Boscawen (1711-1761).

Tregoyd and Velindre, township, Glasbury par.,
Brecknockshire, 3 miles SW. of Hay, 5816 ac. (includ-
ing Pipton), pop. 318; Tregoyd House is the seat of
Yiscount Hereford.

Tregrea, Cornwall. See Tregehan.

Tregnnter Park, seat, near Talgarth, Brecknock.

Treguss, hamlet, Llancarvan par., Glamorgan, 8
miles SW. of Llandaff.

Trcgwynt, seat, Pembrokeshire ; post-town, Haver-

Tregynin, hamlet, Llangathen par., Carmarthen-
shire, 4 miles W. of Llandilo.

Tregynon, par. and vil., Montgomeryshire, 5 miles
N. of Newtown, 6760 ac., pop. 708; P.O.

Treliane, seat, 2% miles NE. of Truro, Cornwall.

Trckarris, near Pontypridd, Glamorgan ; P.O., T.O.

Trekengwln, vil., Llanwyrtyd par., Brecknockshire,
12 miles SW. of Builth.

Treherbert, vil. with ry. sta., Glamorgan, 11% miles
NW. of Pontypridd Junction; P.O., T.O., 2 Banks.

Trckill, seat, 5 miles S. of Exeter, Devon.

Treig, Lock, Kilmonivaig par., Inverness - shire ;
extends 5 miles N. and S., and discharges the river
Treig, which flows 2% miles NE. to the Spean, at a point
6 miles E. of Bridge of Roy.

TreingbtU, hamlet, Llanblethian par., Glamorgan,
1 mile S. of Cowbridge.

Trelaske, seat, 4 m. SW. of Launceston, Cornwall.

Trelavan, hamlet, Mevagissey par., Cornwall, 4
miles S. of St Austell.

Trelawne, old seat of the Trelawny family, on Tre-
lawne Inlet, Cornwall, 2 mile3 NW. of West Looe.

Treleacb-ar-Bettws, par. and vil., in co. and 9
miles NW. of Carmarthen, 11,492 ac., pop. 1330.

Treleever Viaduct, near Penryn, Cornwall.

Treleigh,eccl. dist., Redruth par.,Cornwall, pop.1802.

Trclissick, seat, on r. Fal, Cornwall, 4 m. S. of Truro.

Trelleck,6m.fromWhitland, Carmarthenshire; P.O.

Trelleck, par., in co. and 4% miles S. of Monmouth,
7384 ac., pojJ. 1002; P.O.; contains the townships of
Trelleck Civil Parish (5001 ac., pop. 752), Trelleck
Grange (1817 ac., pop. 126), and Trelleck Township
(566 ac., pop. 124).

Trelleck witb Pcnalt, eccl. dist., Monmouthshire,
comprising Penalt par. and part of Trelleck par.,
pop. 1353.

Trellwyn, Pembrokeshire. See Trefloyn.

Trelowarren, 4 miles SE. of Helston, Cornwall;
has been the seat of the Vyvyan family from the reign
of Edward IY.

Trelystan, eccl. dist. and township, Worthen par.,
Montgomeryshire, 3 miles SE. of Welshpool—dist.,
pop. 50S ; township, 1190 ac., pop. 81.

Tremadoc, small town, Ynys-cynhaiarn par., Car-
narvonshire, under Yr-allt-wen (the White Cliff), 1%
mile NW. of Portmadoc sta. and 4% miles NE. of
Criccieth; P.O.; was founded by Mr Maddocks of
Tanyrallt early in the 19th century, at the reclaiming of
Traeth Mawr, but has been commercially superseded by

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