Bartholomew’s Gazetteer of the British Isles (1887) page 58 left column

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Bayliead, suburb of Stornoway, Lewis island, Ross-
shire ; p.o.

Bayhervagh, a sheltered natural harb., E. side of
Barra island, Outer Hebrides, Inverness-shire.

Bay Horse, sta. on branch of London and North-
Western Ry., N. Lancashire, 6 miles N. of Garstang.

Baylham, par., E. Suffolk, 7 miles NW. of Ipswich,
1332 ac., pop. 256; P.O.

Baylin, hamlet, 3 miles NW. of Moate, SW. co.
Westmeath; P.O.

Baynards, sta. on branch of South Coast Ry., W.
Surrey, 9½ miles SE. of Guildford ; P.O.; in vicinity is
Baynards Bark.

Bayness, hamlet, Fylingdales par., North-Riding
Yorkshire, 9 miles S. of Whitby.

Baynton, tithing, Edington par., N. Wilts, 3 miles
NE. of Westbury.

Bay of Martyrs, small bay, on E. side of Iona
island, Argyllshire.

Bayou’s Manor, seat, mid. Lincolnshire, 4 miles E
of Market Rasen.

Bayston Hill, eccl. dist., Condover and St Julian
pars., S. Shropshire, 3 miles S. of Shrewsbury, pop.
549; P.O.

Bayswater, ry. sta. and suburb of NW. London,
Paddington par., Middlesex; originally called Baynard’s
Water, from a follower of the Conqueror.

Baythorn-End, locality, N. verge of Essex, 4 miles
SE. of Haverhill; P.O.

Bayton, par., W. Worcestershire, 6 miles SW. of
Bewdley, 2360 ac., pop. 418; P.O.

Baytown, name sometimes given to the fishing town
of Robin Hood’s Bay, Whitby par., North-Riding York¬
shire. See
Robin Hood’s Bay.

BayvU, par., NE. Pembrokeshire, 3 miles NE. of
Newport, 1344 ac., pop. 140.

Bay worth, hamlet, Sunningwell par., N. Berks, 3
miles N. of Abingdon.

Beachampton, par., N. Bucks, 2 miles SW. of
Stony Stratford, 1528 ac., pop. 217.

BeachamweU. See Beechamwell.

Beachhorougli, seat, 2 miles NE. of Hythe, E. Kent.

Beachley, eccl. dist., W. Gloucestershire, 2 miles
SE. of Chepstow, pop. 142.

Beach Street, ry. sta., in Swansea, S. Glamorgan.

Beachy Head, prom., on S. coast of Sussex, between
Hastings and Brighton, alt. 564 ft.; here the French
defeated the English and Dutch fleet in 1690. On
BeUe Toute, the second cliff W. of the head, is a light¬
house (285 ft. high) with a revolving light seen 23 miles.

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;
P.O.—2. Beacon Hill, Herefordshire,3½ miles from Led¬
bury, the site of an ancient and extensive fortification.—

3. Beacon Hills, eminences with conspicuous summits,
used in former days for beacon fires in times of danger.
There are beacon hills in many English counties, in¬
cluding Cornwall, Devon, Hants, Hereford, Notts,
Oxford, Somerset, Wilts, &c., and nearly all afford ex¬
tensive views.

Beacon HiU, a cone-shaped eminence, in Bressay
island, Shetland, alt. 724 ft.

Beaconsfield, par. and market town, S. Bucks, 5½
miles SW. of Amersham, 4541 ac., pop. 1635; P.O., T.o.
Wednesday. In the church are monuments
to Waller (1605-1687), the poet, and Edmund Burke
(1730-1797), who resided in the vicinity. Lord Beacons¬
field (1805-1881) took his title from this par.

Beacon, The, mountain peak, E. Cumberland, 12
miles NE. of Longtown, alt. 1016 ft.

Beacontreeheath, vil., Dagenham par., W. Sussex,
2 miles from Chadwell; P.O.

Bcadlam, township, Helmsley par., North-Riding
Yorkshire, 2| miles E. of Helmsley, 1450 ac., pop. 154.

Beadnell, township, in par. and 5 miles SE. of Bam-
burgh, N. Northumberland, 793 ac., pop. 319; P.O.
BeadneU St Ellen, eccl. dist., in Bamburgh par.,
pop. 552.

Bcadonwell, hamlet, Erith par., W. Kent, 4 miles
E. of Woolwich.

Beaford, par., N. Devon, 4 miles SE. of Torrington,
3203 ac., pop. 590; P.O.

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