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Auld bill, hill, West Kilbride par., Ayrshire; has
remains of a watch-tower.

Auldbonse.—hamlet with public school, in par. and
3 miles S. of East Kilbride, Lanarkshire.—2. Auld-
bouse, rivulet, E. Renfrewshire, flowing 5J miles NE.
to the White Cart at Pollokshaws.

Auldinuir, extensive limeworks, Dairy par., Ayr-

Auldna, coalfield, New Cumnock par., Ayrshire.

Anldnacbnirn, brook, joining the river Lossie at
Dallas par., Elginshire.

Auld Wick ½astle, old fort, in par. and If mile SE.
of Wick, Caithness-shire.

Auld Wives Lift, a famous cromlech, Baldernock
par., SW. Stirlingshire, 3 miles SW. of Lennoxtown.

Aulieh, hamlet, Portingall par., Perthshire, on N.
side of Loch Rannoch.

Aultbea, coast hamlet, NW. Ross-shire, on E. side
of Loch Ewe, 5 miles NE. of Poolewe ; P.O.

Aultgrande, small river, E. Ross-shire, flowing from
Loch Glass 7 miles SE. to the Cromarty Firth.

Aultguisb, stream, Inverness-shire, entering NW.
side of Loch Ness.

Ault Hucknall, par., E. Derbyshire, 6^ miles SE. of
Chesterfield, 4429 ac. (37 water), pop. 747.

Aultkollie, a deep and tortuous ravine, on the sea-
board-of Loth par., Sutherlandshire.

Aultmore Burn, affluent of river Isla, Banffshire.

Aultnacaillich, place, in par. and 18 miles SE. of
Durness, Sutherlandshire.

Aultnagealgach, place, on SW. border of Suther-
landshire, 10 miles NW. of Oykel Bridge.

Aultnaharrie, ferry, on Loch Broom, Ross-shire.

Aultsigh, stream, Inverness-shire, entering NW.
side of Loch Ness.

Aunby, hamlet, Castle Bytham par., S. Lincolnshire,
2 miles from Little Bytham ry. sta. and 5J miles SW.
of Bourn, pop. 63; P.O.

Aunsby, par., S. Lincolnshire, miles SW. of Slea-
ford, 1183 ac., pap. 138.

Auqubirie, seat, Dunottar par., Kincardineshire.

Ansdale, hamlet and rivulet, Latheron par., SE.
Caithness-shire, 4 miles SW. of Berriedale.

Au skerry, one of the Orkney islands, forming part
of Stronsay par.,
2\ miles S. of Stronsay island, pop.
8; it affords slight pasturage for sheep and cattle.

Aust, tithing and vil., Henbury par., W. Gloucester-
shire, 31? miles SW. of Thornbury, 978 ac. and 1155
tidal water and foreshore, pop. 181.

Austcrflcld, township, Blyth par., S. div. West-
Riding Yorkshire, 1£ mile NE. of Bawtry, 2781 ac., pop.
351; it has remains of a Roman camp.

Austerland, vil., Saddleworth township, S. div.
West-Riding Yorkshire,
1\ mile E. of Oldham.

Austerson, township, Acton par., W. Cheshire, 1|
mile S. of Nantwich, 950 ac., pop. 61.

Austborp, township, Whitkirk par., E. div. West-
Riding Yorkshire, 4 miles E. of Leeds, 858 ac., pop. 313.
Smeaton, the civil engineer, was born here in 1724.

Austbwaite, hamlet, Birker and Austhwaite town-
ship, W. Cumberland, 6 miles NE. of Ravenglass.

Anstindyke, hamlet, Moulton par., Lincolnshire, 6J
miles NE. of Crowland.

Austonley, township, Almondbury par., S. div. West-
Riding Yorkshire, 6 miles SW. of Huddersfield, 3316
ac., pop. 1662.

Awstrey, par., N. Warwickshire, 6 miles NE. of
Tamworth, 2097 ac., pop. 364; P.O.

Austwick, township and seat, Clapham par., N.
div. West-Riding Yorkshire, 4£ miles NW. of Settle,
7450 ac., pop. 473.

Autelets, The, detached groups of rocks, near Serk,
island of Guernsey.

Authorpe, par. with ry. sta., mid. Lincolnshire, 7
miles SE. of Louth, 921 ac., pop. 159.

Avean, or Avaghon, lake, co. Monaghan, 3 miles W.
of Bally train.

Avebury, or Abury, par. and vil., N. Wilts, 6 miles W.
of Marlborough, 4544 ac., pop. 725; P.O. The vil. occupies
the site of what is said to have been a Druidical temple,
the remains of which form one of the most remarkable
stone circles in England. In the neighbourhood are
many cromlechs and other antiquities.

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