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Arundel.—rape, W. Sussex, 131,689 ac., pop. 35,092.
—2. Arundel, mun. bor. and par., Sussex, on river
Arun, 5 miles from its mouth, and 10 miles E. of
Chichester—par., 1969 ac., pop. 2748 ; bor., pop. 2748.
P.O., T.o., 2 Banks, 1 newspaper. Market-day,
It exports corn, bark, and timber. Arundel Castle,
chief seat of the Duke of Norfolk, is adjacent.

Arundel and Chichester Canal, canal, W. Sussex,
from river Arun to Chichester Harb.

Arundel-Mills, vil., Dysert and Templeomalus pars.,
co. Cork, lvj- mile SE. of Clonakilty.

Arva.—co. Sligo. See Arrow.—2. Arva, or Arvagh,
vil., co. Cavan, 9 miles SW. of Crossdoney ry. sta., pop.
716 ; P.O., 1 Bank. Market-day,

Aryholme and Howthorpe. See Airyholme and

Ashy, par., N. Westmorland, 4 miles SE. of Appleby,
8497 ac., pop. 496.

Ascaig, small lake, Kildonan par., Sutherlandshire,
12J miles NW. of Helmsdale.

Ascog, vil., seat, bay, and lake, Kingarth par., Bute
island, Firth of Clyde, 1J mile SE. of Rothesay; P.O.

Ascot.—vil., seat, and ry. sta., Winkfield par., SE.
Berks, 6 miles SW. of Windsor; P.O.,T.O. The racecourse
on AscotHeath is2 miles long.—2. Ascot, hamlet, Pattis-
hallpar., S. Northamptonshire, 3 miles N. of Towcester.
—3. Ascot, hamlet, Wing par., E. Bucks, 2J miles
SW. of Leighton Buzzard.—4. Ascot, hamlet, Great
Milton par., S. Oxfordshire, 6 miles NW. of Watling-
ton, 581 ac., pop. 18.—5. Ascot, hamlet, Whichford
par., S. Warwicksh., 6 miles SE. of Shipston-on-Stour.
—6. Ascot, ry. sta., NW. Oxfordshire, 4 miles SE. of
Chipping-Norton junc.

Ascot Chapel, hamlet, S. Warwickshire, 2J miles S.
of Southam.

Ascot-undcr-lVychwood, par., NW. Oxfordshire,
6J miles S. of Chipping-Norton, on river Evenlode,
1839 ac., pop. 401; P.O., T.o.; contains Ascot ry. sta.
and the seat of Ascot-Earl.

Ascrib Isles, a group of uninhabited islets in Loch
Snizort, Duirinish par., NW. of Skye, Inverness-shire.

Asdee. See Astee.

Asenby, Alsenby, or Azenby, township, Topcliffe
par., North-Riding Yorkshire, 5 miles SW. of Thirsk,
1178 ac., pop. 171.

Asfordby, or Ashfordby, par. with ry. sta., N. Leice-
stershire, 3 miles W. of Melton-Mowbray, 1210 ac.,
pop. 539.

Asgarby.—par., S. Lincolnshire, 3 miles E. of Slea-
ford, 838 ac., pop. 126.—2. Asgarby, par., mid. Lin-
colnshire, 4 miles SE. of Horncastle, 658 ac., pop. 70.

Ash.—par., W. Kent,8 miles SE. of Dartford, 3074 ac.,
pop. 632; P.O.—2. Ash, par., civ. par., vil., and seat,
with ry. sta., W. Surrey, 4 miles NE. of Farnham—
par., 13,998 ac., pop. 5942 ; civ. par., 6324ac. (34 water),
pop. 1930 ; P.O., T.O.—3. Ash, hamlet, Sutton-on-the-
Hill par., in S. of co. and 8 miles SW. of Derby, 703 ac.,
pop. 75.—4. Ash, hamlet, South Tawton par., S. Devon,
4 miles SE. of Okehampton. Ash House, now a ruin,
in the vicinity, was long the seat of the Drake family.—
5. Ash, hamlet, Parkham par., N. Devon, 8 miles W.
of Torrington. — 6. Ash, hamlet, Musbury par., E.
2\ miles SW. of Axminster; the birthplace of
John Churchill, the first Duke of Marlborough (1650-
1722).—7. Ash, hamlet, Martock par., mid. Somerset,
3 miles SW. of Hchester.—8. Ash, eccl. dist., White-
churchpar., Shropshire, including the townships of Ash-
Magna and Ash-Parva; P.O.—9. Ash, tithing, Nether-
bury par., W. Dorset, 1 mile SW. of Beaminster.—

10. Ash, tithing, Stourpaine par., Dorset, on river Stour,
3J miles NW. of Blandford.—II. Ash, tithing, Crew-
kerne par., mid. Somerset.—12. Ash, place, W. Sussex,
2\ miles NW. of Midhurst.—13. Ash, stream, Herts,
flowing 8 m. SW. to the river Lea a little below

Ashampstead, par., E. Berks, 10J miles NW. of
Reading, 2082 ac., pop. 345.

Ashare, the N. div. of Eddrachillis par., Suther-

Asliatch, vil., S. Shropshire, 3 miles NE. of Ludlow.

Ashbeaeon Hill, a hill, mid. Somerset, near Mil-
borne Port, alt. 655 ft.

Ash Rocking, township, E. Suffolk, 7 miles N. of Ips-
wich, 1408 ac., pop. 316.

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

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