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Bayliead, suburb of Stornoway, Lewis island, Ross-
Bayhervagh, a sheltered natural harb., E. side of
Bay Horse, sta. on branch of London and North-
Baylham, par., E. Suffolk, 7 miles NW. of Ipswich,
Baylin, hamlet, 3 miles NW. of Moate, SW. co.
Baynards, sta. on branch of South Coast Ry., W.
Bayness, hamlet, Fylingdales par., North-Riding
Baynton, tithing, Edington par., N. Wilts, 3 miles
Bay of Martyrs, small bay, on E. side of Iona
Bayous Manor, seat, mid. Lincolnshire, 4 miles E
Bayston Hill, eccl. dist., Condover and St Julian
Bayswater, ry. sta. and suburb of NW. London,
Baythorn-End, locality, N. verge of Essex, 4 miles
Bayton, par., W. Worcestershire, 6 miles SW. of
Baytown, name sometimes given to the fishing town
BayvU, par., NE. Pembrokeshire, 3 miles NE. of
Bay worth, hamlet, Sunningwell par., N. Berks, 3
Beachampton, par., N. Bucks, 2 miles SW. of
BeachamweU. See Beechamwell.
Beachhorougli, seat, 2 miles NE. of Hythe, E. Kent.
Beachley, eccl. dist., W. Gloucestershire, 2 miles
Beach Street, ry. sta., in Swansea, S. Glamorgan.
Beachy Head, prom., on S. coast of Sussex, between
Beacon Cove, on the W. Cornish coast.
Beacontield, seat, 2 miles E. of Newark, S. Notts.
Beacon HUl.—vil., 1 mile from Newark, E. Notts;
3. Beacon Hills, eminences with conspicuous summits,
Beacon HiU, a cone-shaped eminence, in Bressay
Beaconsfield, par. and market town, S. Bucks, 5½
Beacon, The, mountain peak, E. Cumberland, 12
Beacontreeheath, vil., Dagenham par., W. Sussex,
Bcadlam, township, Helmsley par., North-Riding
Beadnell, township, in par. and 5 miles SE. of Bam-
Bcadonwell, hamlet, Erith par., W. Kent, 4 miles
Beaford, par., N. Devon, 4 miles SE. of Torrington,