Bartholomew’s Gazetteer of the British Isles (1887) page 70 left column

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Berwyn Mountains, range of mountains in North
Wales, on border of Merioneth and Montgomeryshire;
highest peaks—Moel-soch, 2716 ft. ; Cader Fronwen,
2573; Mynydd Tarw, 2236 ; Moel-Ferna, 2070.

Bescahy, par., N. Leicestershire, 5½ miles NE. of
Melton-Mowbray, pop. 9.

Bcscar Lane, sta. on Southport and Manchester
Ry., SW. Lancashire, 4 miles SE. of Southport.

Bescot, junction sta. on South Staffordshire Ry., E.
Staffordshire,. 4½ mile S. of Walsall.

Besford.—township, Shawbury par., N. Shropshire,
3J miles SE. of Wem.—2. Besford, eccl. dist., St
Andrew Pershore par., E. Worcestershire, on river
Avon, 2 miles SW. of Pershore, pop. 148. Besford
Court, seat, is in the vicinity.

Bcsshorongh, seat, near Pilltown, SW. co. Kilkenny.

Bess Brook, market town, Newryand Killevy pars.,
SE. co. Armagh, 2 miles NW. of Newry and 70 miles
N. of Dublin by rail, 360 ac., pop. 3126 ; P.O., T.O.

Bessecar, hamlet, Cantley par., S. div. West-Riding
Yorkshire, 2 miles SE. of Doncaster.

Bessel’s Green, hamlet, Orphington par., W. Kent.

Besselsleigh, par. and seat, N. Berks, 3 miles NW.
of Abingdon, 906 ac., pop. 105.    •

Besses o’ th’ Barn, place with public school, 3½
miles S. of Bury, Lancashire ; P.O.

Bessie’s Cove, rocky recess, on S. coast of Cornwall,
7 miles SE. of Penzance.

Bessinghy, par., East-Riding Yorkshire, l½mile SW.
of Bridlington, 1270 ac., pop. 141.

Bessingham, par., N. Norfolk, 4½ miles SW. of
Cromer, 514 ac., pop. 136.

Bessy Bell, hill, near Newtown-Stewart, co. Tyrone,
alt. 1386 ft.

Bcsthorpe.—par., S. Norfolk, 1 mile E. of Attle¬
borough, 2164 ac. pop. 488 ; P.O. •— 2. Besthorpe,
township, S. Scarle par., S. Notts, 7 miles NE. of
Newark-on-Trent, 510 ac., pop. 192 ; P.O.

Bestwood Colliery, ry. sta., Notts, 2m. N. of Bui well.

Bestwood Fark, estate and place with school, in S.
of co. and 4 miles N. of Nottingham; P.O.; once a
part of Sherwood Forest.

Beswick.—township with ry. sta., SE. Lancashire, in
Manchester bor., 96 ac., pop. 7957.—2. Beswick,
township and eccl. dist., Kilnwick par., East-Riding
Yorkshire, 6½ miles NW. of Beverley, 2028 ac., pop.
247; P.O.

Betaghstown, or Bettystown, vil., Colp par., E. co.
Meath, 4 miles SE. of Drogheda ; P.O.

Betchcott, township, Smethcott par., S. Shropshire,
4½ miles N. of Church Stretton.

Betchton, township, Sandbach par., W. Cheshire, 2
miles SE. of Sandbach, 2665 ac., pop. 823.

Betchworth, par. and vil. with ry. sta., mid. Surrey,
2½ miles SW. of Reigate, 3743 ac.,pop. 1779; P.O., T.O.;
contains Betchworth House.

Belham, Higher and Lower, hamlet, Combe St
Nicholas par., W. Somerset.

Bcthania, 2 miles from Blaenau Festiniog, NW.
Merioneth; P.O.

Bethel.—place, 7 miles from Llangefni, Anglesey ;
P.O.—2. Bethel, 3 miles from Port Dinorwic, Carnar¬
vonshire ; P.O.

Bcthersden, par. and vil., E. Kent, 5½ miles SW. of
Ashford, 6376 ac., pop. 1015 ; P.O.

Bethesda.—coast vil., Llandwrog par., in co. and 5
miles SW. of Carnarvon.—-2. Bethesda, town, Llan-
llechid par., Carnarvonshire, 4½ miles SE. of Bangor,
pop. 6969; 2 Banks. Extensive slate quarries are in
the vicinity.

Bethnal Green, pari. bor. and par. with ry. sta.,
Middlesex, in E. of London, 755 ac., pop. 126,961; the
pari, bor., created 1885, returns 2 members—2 divisions,
viz., North-East and South-West, 1 member for each

Betley, par. and vil. with ry. sta. (Betley Road),
N. Staffordshire, 6½ miles NW. of Newcastle-under-
Lyme, 1463 ac., pop. 821; P.O.; contains seat of Betley
Hall. Betley Merc, a small lake, is close to the vil.

Betshangcr, or Betteshanger, par., E. Kent, 4 miles
W. of Deal, 395 ac., pop. 68; contains B. Fark.

Betsoiue, hamlet, Southfleet par., mid. Kent, 3J
miles SW. of Gravesend.

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