Billingley, township, Darfield par., S. div. AVest-
Riding Yorkshire, 64m. SE. of Barnsley, 862ac.,pop. 198.
Billing Road, sta. on Blisworth and Peterborough
Ry., near river Nen, in co. and 4 m. E. of Northampton.
BUlingshurst, par. and vil. withry. sta., AV. Sussex,
8 miles SAV. of Horsham, 6862ac., pop. 1611; P.O., T.o.
Billingside, township, Lanchester par., N. Durham,
12 miles SAV. of Gateshead, 289 ac., pop. 8.
Billingsley, par., SE. Shropshire, 54 miles S. of
Bridgnorth, 1285 ac., pop. 125; P.O.
Billington.—par. and eccl. dist., SAV. Bedfordshire,
2 miles SE. of Leighton Buzzard, 1209 ac., pop. 426.—
2. Billington, township, in par. and 54 miles NE. of
Blackburn, NE. Lancashire, 3139 ac., pop. 1410.—3.
Billington, liberty, Bradley par., in AV. of co. and 2
miles SAV. of Stafford. Billington Bury, an ancient
British camp, is in the vicinity.
Billisbridge, 5 m. NAV. of Virginia, S. co. Cavan; P.O.
Billockby, par., N. Norfolk, on r. Bure, 3 m. NE.
of Acle and 8 m. NAV. of Yarmouth, 389 ac., pop. 66.
Bill Quay, vil., Jarrow par., N. Durham, on river
Tyne, 3 miles E. of Gateshead; P.O.; has lead ore
smelting works, bottle works, and shipbuilding yards.
Billy, par., N. co. Antrim, containing part of Bush-
mills, on river Bush, 17,290 ac., pop. 5277,
Billy Castle, 13th century ruins, NE. Berwickshire,
Billyness, headland, Eifeshire, AV. of Anstruther bay.
Billy Row.. See Crook and Billy Row.
Bilney, East, par., AV. Norfolk, 5 miles NAV. of E.
Dereham, 544 ac., pop. 195; P.O.; birthplace of Bilney,
the martyr, burned at Norwich in 1531.
Bilney, West, par. with ry. sta., AV. Norfolk, 7 miles
SE. of Kings Lynn, 2750 ac., pop. 223; the sta. is
Bilsborrow, township, in par. and 44 miles SE. of
Garstang, N. Lancashire, 852 ac., pop. 197 ; P.O.
Bilsby, par., mid. Lincolnshire, 1 mile E. of Alford,
2820 ac., pop. 510.
Bilsdale, mountain valley, North-Riding Yorkshire,
begins 5 miles SE. of Stokesley, and extends 94 miles
S. to Rivaulx, 24 miles NAV. of Helmsley.
Bilsdale Kirkbain, hamlet, Bilsdale Midcable town-
ship, North-Riding Yorksh., 54 miles SE. of Stokesley.
Bilsdale Midcable, township and eccl. dist.,
Helmsley par., North-Riding Yorkshire, 54 miles SE.
of Stokesley, 14,290 ac., pop. 677.
Bilsdale, West Side, township, Hawnby par., North-
Riding Yorkshire, on AY. side of Bilsdale Vale, 5 miles
S. of Stokesley, 2920 ac., pop. 148.
Bilsdean, hamlet, Oldhamstocks par., E. Hadding-
tonshire, 6£ miles SE. of Dunbar.
Bilsford, hamlet, Buckland Brewers par., N. Devon,
64 miles AY. of Torrington.
Bilsham, tithing, Yapton par., AY. Sussex, 3 miles
SAY. of Arundel.
Bilsington, par., E. Kent, 6 miles SE. of Ashford,
2844 ac., pop. 382 ; P.O.
Bilson, place, 1 mile from Longhope ry. sta., Glou-
Bilsthorpe, par., N. Notts, in Sherwood Forest,
5£ miles NAY. of Southwell, 1572 ac., pop. 194.
Bilston, market town, AY. Staffordshire, 24 miles
SE. of AYolverhampton and within its pari, bor., 139
miles from London by rail, 1845 ac., pop. 22,730;
2 Banks, 2 newspapers. Market-days, Monday and
Saturday. It is a great centre of hardware trade—
iron and brass castings, tin and japanned wares, &c.,
with extensive iron foundries and smelting works,
and potteries. In vicinity are productive coal and
ironstone mines, also an abundance of fine sand for
casting, and a very hard stone suitable for grindstones.
It contains eccl. dists. of B. St Leonard, pop. 7181;
B. St Luke, 4300 ; and B. St Mary, 4010.
Bilstone, township, Norton-juxta-Twycross par., S.
Leicestershire, 3 miles NAY. of Market Bosworth, 570
ac., pop. 102.
Bilton.—par. and township, E. div. AYest-Riding
Yorkshire, 5 miles NE. of AVetherby—par., 4810 ac.,
pop. 948; township, 1923 ac., pop. 238; P.O. ; contains
seat of Bilton Hall.—2. Bilton, par., eccl. dist., and
vil., N. AYarwickshire, 14 mile SAY. of Rugby—par., 2243
ac., pop. 1696; eccl. dist., pop. 1042; P.O. ; contains
seats of B. Grange and B. Hall.—3. Bilton, eccl.
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