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miles NW. of Pocklington, 941 ac., pop. 119.—6.
Bolton, par. and hamlet, 3 miles W. of Haddington,
Bolton Abbey, township, in par. and 6 miles E. of
Bolton Brow, hamlet, Skircoat township, N. div.
Bolton-hy«Bowland, par., N. div. West-Riding
Bolton Castle. See Castle Bolton.
Bolton Gate, 2½ miles from Mealsgate ry. sta., W.
Bolton llall, seat of Lord Bolton, 2 miles SW. of
Bolton, High, township, Bolton par., Cumberland,
Bolton-in-Copeland, hamlet, Gosforth par., W.
Bolton Inn, also called Cheekpoint : which see.
Bolton-le-Moors. See Bolton (Lancashire).
Bolton-le-Sands, par. and township with ry. sta.,
Bolton, Low, township, Bolton par., Cumberland,
Bolton Percy, par. and township with ry. sta., E.
Bolton upon Dearne, par. and vil. with ry. sta., E.
Bolton upon Swale, township, Catterick par.,
Bolton, West, vil., N. Northumberland, on river
Bolton Wood. See Bolton, Low.
Bolt Tail, headland, on coast of Devon, 3 miles SE.
Bolus Head, promontory, SW. co. Kerry.
Bolventor, eccl. dist., Altarnon and St Neot pars.,
Boly, also called Galhooly : which see.
Bomhic, hamlet and ruined castle, in co. and 3 miles
Bomhy, hamlet, Bampton par., N. Westmorland,
Bomere Heath, 4 m. fromHadnall, N. Shropsh.; P.O.
Bon . See also Bun .
Bonaccord, distillery, in city of Aberdeen.
Bona Ferry, landing-place, on Loch Dochfour, at
Bonally Tower, seat, Colinton par., Edinburghshire,
Bonaniargy, ruins of a monastery, near Ballycastle,
Bonane, 7 miles from Kenmare, S. co. Kerry; P.O.
Bonar Bridge, vil. with ry. sta., Creichpar., SE.
Bona we, vil., Glenorchy par., N. Argyllsh., on river
lion busk, hamlet, Cuckney township, Norton Cuck-
Bonhy, par., N. Lincolnshire, on river Ancholme, 6
Boncath, 3½ miles from Crymmych Arms ry. sta.,
Bonchester Bridge, hamlet, Hobkirk par., S. Rox¬
Bonchurch, par. and vil., in SE. of Isle of Wight,
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