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Hamburgh.—ward, N. Northumberland, 69,326 ac.,
pop. 10,889.—2. Bamburgh, coast par. and township,
N. Northumberland, 5 miles NE. of Belford—par.,
25,230 ac., pop. 3801; township, 1200 ac., pop. 345; P.O.
It was a seat of the kings of Northumbria.—3. Bam-
burgh, Lincolnshire. See Baumber.

Bamburgh Castle, township, Bamburgh par., N.
Northumberland, 5 miles E. of Belford, 6 ac., pop. 51;
the site of an ancient historical castle. Grace Darling
lies buried in the churchyard here.

Bainff House, 3J miles NW. of Alyth, Perthshire.
Bamford. — township and eccl. dist., Hathersage
par., N. Derbyshire, 4^ miles NE. of Castleton, 1770 ac.,
pop. 453; P.O., T.o.—2. Bamford, vil. and seat,
Birtle-cum-Bamford township and Middleton par., SE.
Lancashire, 3 miles W. of Rochdale; P.O.

Bamfurlong, sta. on London and North-Western
Ry-, S. Lancashire, 4 miles N. of Newton.

Bampfyld Weston. See Weston Bampfyld.
Bampton.—hundred, N. Devon, 28,757 ac., pop.
6210.—2. Bampton, town and par. with ry. sta.,
Devon, 7- miles N, of Tiverton—par., 7785 ac., pop.
1858; town, 130 ac., pop. 1089 ; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank.—

3. Bampton, hundred, W. Oxfordshire, 54,022 ac.,
pop. 14,825.—4. Bampton, par., civ. par., and market
town with ry. sta., mid. W. Oxfordshire, 5 miles SW.
of Witney and 79 miles NW. of London—par., 11,238
ac., pop. 2407; civ. par., 4491 ac., pop. 1395; P.O.,
T.o. Market-day,
Wednesday. The par. contains B.
Alston, eccl. dist., pop. 833; B. Lew, eccl. dist., pop.
129,—5. Bampton, par. and vil., NW. Westmorland,
on river Lowther, 4 miles NW. of Shap and 9 miles S.
of Penrith, 10,925 ac., pop. 537; P.O.

Bampton Grange, hamlet, Bampton par., NW.
Westmorland, 3 miles NW. of Shap.

Bampton, Kirk, par. and township, E. Cumber-
land, 6Jm. W. of Carlisle—par., 3733ac., pop. 420; P.O.

Bampton, Little, township, Kirk Bampton par.,
E. Cumberland.

Ban——. See also Bann .

Banada, vil., 3 miles SW. of Tubbercurry, SW. co.
Sligo, on river Moy; near ruins of an abbey.

Banagk, bar., SW. co. Donegal, 177,353 ac., pop.

Banagher.—market town, Reynagh par., W. King’s
co., on river Shannon, 8 miles NW. of Birr ry. sta. and
18 miles SE. of Ballinasloe, pop. 1192; P.O., T.o., 2
Banks. Market-day,
Friday. The river is here crossed
by a fortified bridge. There is communication by small
steamers between Banagher, Limerick, and Athlone.—
2. Banagber, par., W. co. Londonderry, on river Roe,

2 miles SW. of Dungiven, 23,906 ac., pop. 2548.
Banavie, vil. and hotel, Kilmallie par., Argyllshire,

at S. termination of the Caledonian Canal; P.O., T.O.

Banbridge, market town, Seapatrick par., W. co.
Down, on river Bann, 25 miles SW. of Belfast and 87
miles N. of Dublin by rail—township, 769 ac., pop. 5609;

3 Banks, 1 newspaper. Market-day, Monday. It has
numerous linen factories and bleach works, and has a
good flax and grain market.

Banbrusna. See Bunbrusna.

Banbury, hundred, N. Oxfordshire, 20,888 ac.,
pop. 10,877.

Banbury, mun. bor. and par. with ry. sta., Oxford-
shire, on river Cherwell, 21 miles N. of Oxford and 78
miles NW. of London by rail—par., 3408 ac., pop.
9660; local government dist., 4682 ac., pop. 12,072;
mun. bor., 81 ac., pop. 3600; 5 Bauks, 3 newspapers.
Thursday. It has foundries and breweries;
also mfrs. of cheese and the familiar Banbury cakes..
The battle of Banbury was fought (1469) on the neigh-
bouring plain of Danesmoor. The bor. returned 1
member to Parliament until 1885.

Banbury (or Northern) Division, pari, division of
Oxfordshire, pop. 44,557.

Banchory, town with ry. sta., Banchory-Teman par.,
N. Kincardineshire, 17 miles SW. of Aberdeen by rail,
pop. 681 (1195 including adjacent vils. of Arbeadie and
Woodside), P.O., T.O., 3 Banks.

Banchory-Devenick, par., Aberdeenshire and Kin-
cardineshire, bisected by r. Dee, 10,040 ac., pop. 3317; P.O.

Banchory House, seat, Kincardineshire ; post-town,

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