Amcrsliam, par., civ. par., and town, E. Bucks, 12
miles SE. of Aylesbury—par., 7969 ac., pop. 3001; civ.
liar., 6119 ac., pop. 2500; P.O., T.O. Mkt.-day, Tuesday.
Amerton, place, Stowe par., in co. and 54 miles
NE. of Stafford.
Ames bury.—hundred, S. AYilts, 36,711 ac., pop.
4943.—2. Amesbury, par. and town, S. AYilts, 74 m.
N. of Salisbury, onriver Avon, 5936 ac., pop. 1127 ; P.O.,
T.O.; contains the seat of A. Abbey. Market-day,
Friday. Stonehenge is 2 miles AY. of Amesbury.
Amicombe Mill, mountain, S. Devon, on NW. of
Dartmoor, 7 miles S. of Okehampton, alt. 2000 ft.
Amington and Stonydelph, township, Tamworth
par., AYarwickshire, pop. 641; contains the seat of
Amisfield.—vil. with ry. sta., Tinwaldpar., in co.
and 5 miles NE. of Dumfries; P.O.—2. Amisfield, a
seat of Earl of Wemyss, in co. and 1 mile E. of Had-
dington, on banks of river Tyne.
Amlwch, par. and seaport, N. Anglesey, 22 miles
NAY. of Bangor by rail and 20 miles NE. of Holyhead
by road, 9221 ac., pop. 4847; P.O., T.O., 3 Banks.
Market-day, Saturday. The rich copper mines of
the Parys mountain are near the town; also several
smelting-furnaces and alum and vitriol works. It has a
good harb., and is a terminus of the Chester and Holy-
head Ry. Along with Holyhead, Llangefni, and Beau-
maris it returned 1 member to Parliament until 1885.
Amman, affluent of river Llwchwr, SE. of Carmar-
thensh.; rises in the Black Mountains, and is 10 m. long.
Ammanford, hamlet with ry. sta., S. Carmarthen-
shire, 8 miles S. of Llandilofawr ; P.O., T.O.
Ammerdown Park, Somerset, 5 m. NAY. of Frome.
Amondell, or Almonddale, seat of Earl of Buchan,
SE. Linlithgowshire, on river Almond, 1| mile NE.
Amoril, vil., Batheaston par., Somerset, 2 miles
NE. of Bath.
Amotkerby, township with ry. sta., Appleton-le-
Street par., North-Riding Yorkshire, 24 miles NAY. of
Malton, 1831 ac., pop. 280.
Amonnderness, hundred, N. Lancash., 151,078 ac.,
pop. 51,352. It extends from the coast to Yorkshire.
Ampfield, eccl. dist. (St Mark) and vil., Hursley
par., N. Hants, 4m. NE. of Romsey sta., pop. 434; P.O.
Ampleforth, par. and vil. with ry. sta., North-
Riding Yorkshire, 4 miles SAY. of Helmsley, 1507 ac.,
pop. 414; P.O.
Ampleforlh Bridforth and Amplefortk St Peter,
2 townships, Ampleforth par., North-Riding Yorksh.,
near Helmsley, 566 ac., pop. 183; and 941 ac., pop. 231.
Ampleforth Oswald kirk, township, Oswaldkirlc
par., North-Riding Yorkshire, 4 miles SAY. of Helms-
ley, 882 ac., pop. 289. A Roman Catholic college was
established here in 1802.
Ample Glen. See Glen Ample.
Ampney Criicis, St Mary, and St Peter, 3 pars.,
E. Gloucestershire, 3, 4, and 44 miles E. of Cirencester,
2660 ac., pop. 541; 1170 ac., pop. 129; and 533 ac.,
pop. 173; P.O. A. Park is a seat near Cirencester.
Amport, par., N. Hants, 5 miles SW. of Andover,
3963 ac., pop. 677; P.O. It contains Amport Park,
the seat of the Marquis of Winchester.
Ampthill, par. and town, Bedfordshire, 24 miles
SE. of Ampthill ry. sta. and 7 miles SW. of Bedford,
1928 ac., pop. 2257 ; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank. Market-day,
Thursday. Near the town is Ampthill House.
Arnpton, par. and seat, AY. Suffolk, 5 miles N. of
Bury St Edmunds, 736 ac., pop. 97 ; P.O.
Amroth, par., Pembrokesh., on Carmarthen Bay, 6
m. SE. of Narberth, 2878 ac. (230 water), pop. 733 ; p.o.
Amnlree, vil., Dull par., mid. Perthshire, 11 miles
N. of Crieff ; P.O.
Am well, Great, par. and vil., Herts, 14 mile SE. of
Ware, 2482 ac. (35 water), pop. 2517 ; P.O.
Am well, Tittle, liberty, All Saints par., Herts, 1
mile SAY. of AVare, 526 ac., pop. 704.
Ana . See also Anna and Annagh ~.
Anabicli, island, Harris par., Outer Hebrides, In-
Anadorn, vil., Loughanisland par., co. Down, 4 miles
AY. of Downpatrick, on river A. or Blackstaff. The
river, about 6 miles long, flows into Dundrum Bay.
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