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Alt!ford, par. and township, W. Chesh., on affluent
of river Dee, 6 miles S. of Chester, 2644 ae., pop. S37;
township, 1276 ac. (32 water), pop. 510; P.O.

Aldgate, sta. on Metropolitan By., London.

Aldkain.—par., E. Essex, 5 miles NE. of Coggeshall,
1847 ac., pop. 433.—2. Aldliain, par., E. Suffolk,
2 miles N. of Hadleigh, 1744 ac., pop. 238.

Aldie Wester, hamlet, Fossoway par., SE. Perthsh.,

2 miles SE. of Bumbling Bridge sta. In vicinity is
Aldie Castle, ancient seat of the Mercers of Aldie,
now represented by Baroness Nairne.

Aldingbourn, par., vil., and seat, W. Sussex, 3
miles E. of Chichester, 3098 ac., pop. 743; P.O.

Aldingliam, par., N. Lancashire, on Morecambe
Bay, 5 miles S. of Ulverstone, 4812 ac. and 17,732 ac.
foreshore, pop. 1152.

Aldin Grange, ry. sta., in co. and 2 miles W. of

Aldington.—par. and vil., E. Kent, 6 miles SE. of
Ashford, 3591 ac., pop. 675; P.O.—2. Aldington,
hamlet, Badsey par., E. Worcestershire, 2 miles E. of
Evesham, pop. 135.

Aldon.—hamlet, Addington and Ryarsh pars., mid.
Kent, 6J miles NW. of Maidstone.—2. Aldon, hamlet,
Stokesay par., S. Shropshire, 6 miles NY\ of Ludlow.

Aldotli, place with school, Cumb., 8 m. W. of Wigton.

Aldourie House, seat, in co. and 7 miles SW. of
Inverness, on E. side of Loch Ness ; was the birthplace
of Chas. Grant (1746-1823), statesman and philanthropist,
and of the historian, Sir James Mackintosh (1765-1832).

Aldreguie, rivulet, Inveraven par., Banffshire, flow-
ing to the Levet at E. side of the Bochle.

Aldrctli, hamlet, Haddenham par., mid. E. Cam-
bridgeshire, 7 miles SE. of Ely.

Aldridge, par. and township with ry. sta., E. Staf-
fordshire, 3 miles NE. of Walsall—par., 7752 ac. (with
Great Barr), pop. 3017; township, pop. 1890; P.O.
Potters’ clay is worked, and there are collieries and a

Aldridge Hill, extra-parochial tract, adjoining
Brockenhurst par., S. Hants.

Aldringham, par. and vil., E. Suffolk, 2 miles N.
of Aldborough, 1783 ac. (80 water), pop. 524 ; P.O.

Aldrington, or Atlierington, coast par., W. Sussex,

3 miles W. of Brighton, 744 ac. (16 water), pop. 144.

Aldswortli.—par., E. Gloucestershire, 10 miles NE.

of Cirencester, 3460 ac., pop. 386.—2. Aldswortli,
tithing, Westbourne par., W. Sussex, 6 miles NW.
of Chichester.

Aldwark.—township, Bradbourne par., N. Derby-
shire, 4 miles NW. of Wirksworth, 967 ac., pop. 52.—2.
Aldwark, township, Alne par., North-Riding York-
shire, on river Ouse, 2337 ac. (23 water), pop. 223.—3.
Aldwark, seat and hamlet with ry. sta., Ecclesfield
par., S. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, on river Don, 2
miles NE. of Rotherham.

Aldwick, coast hundred, Chichester rape, W. Sussex,
13,267 ac., pop. 6133 ; contains town of Bognor.

Aid winkle, AH Saints and St Peter, 2 pars., N.
Northamptonshire, on river Nen, 3 miles NE. of Thrap-
ston, 2450 ac., pop. 334 and 206; P.O. at St Peter.

Aldwortk, or Allder, par. and vil., mid. Berks, 4
miles E. of East Ilsley, 1806 ac., pop. 275 ; P.O.

Aldyn, a glen, Isle of Man, about 2 m. W. of Ramsey.

Aldyonlie, rivulet, Knockando par., Elginshire,
flowing 6f miles SE. to the Spey.

Alcd, affluent of river Elwy, SW. Denbighshire; rises
at Llyn Aled in SW. of co., flows N. to the Elwy 2
miles NE. of Llanfair, and is 10 miles long.

Alcmuir, small loch, SE. Selkirkshire.

Alethorpe, par., W. Norfolk, 2 miles NE. of Faken-
ham, 239 ac., pop. 4.

Ale Water.—affluent of river Eye, Coldingham par.,
Berwickshire.—2. Ale Water, affluent of river Teviot,
Selkirkshire and Roxburghshire; rising on NW. slope of
Henwoodie, Selkirkshire, it flows 24 miles NE. to the
Teviot near Ancrum.

Alexandra Dock, sta. on London and N.-W. Ry.,
Liverpool; P.O.

Alexandra Park, recreation grounds, NE. Middlesex,
6 miles N. of London.

Alexandra Park, ry. sta. on North British Ry.,
Lanarkshire, in suburbs of Glasgow.

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