Boulstone, par., in S. of co. and 5½ miles SE. of
Hereford, 657 ac., pop. 38.
Boulsworth Hill, hill, on NE. border of Lancashire,
5 miles NE. of Burnley, alt. 1689 ft.
Boultham, par., mid. Lincolnshire, on river Witham,
2 miles SW. of Lincoln, 1210 ac., pop. 114; contains
Boulton, township, St Peter par., in S. of co. and 3
miles SE. of Derby, 1240 ac., pop. 204.
Boundary, par., N. Derbyshire, 2 milesN. of Ashby-
de-la-Zouch, pop. 102.
Boundes Park, 2½ miles from Tunbridge Wells,
Kent; was the residence of Sir Thomas More (1480-
1535), Lord Chancellor of England.
Bound Skerries Lighthouse, on Bound Skerry, one
of the Out Skerries, E. Shetland, 6½ miles NE. of Skaw
Taing, Whalsay island ; has revolving light (Whalsay
Skerries) seen 18 miles.
Bountisborough, hundred, N. Hants, 6463 ac., pop.
702; contains 3 pars.
Bourg, vil., St Clement par., Jersey.
Bourn.—par., SW. Cambridgeshire, 2 miles SE. of
Caxton, 4065 ac., pop. 807; P.O. ; contains Bourn
House, seat of Earl Delawarr.—2. Bourn, par., town,
and ry. junc., S. Lincolnshire, 9½ miles W. of Spalding
—par., 9352 ac., pop. 3760; P.O., T.o., 2 Banks; birth¬
place of Lord Burleigh (1520-1598).
Bourne.—hamlet, Puddletown par., S. Dorset, 5½
miles NE. of Dorchester.—2. Bourne, rivulet, Dorset
and Hants; rises near Kingston and flows SE. to Poole
Bay at Bournemouth; 4 miles long. — 3. Bourne,
affluent of river Blyth, N. Warwickshire, near Coles-
hill; 8 miles long.—4. Bourne, affluent of river Avon,
Hants and Wilts; rises near Easton in Wilts, and flows
S. through part of Hants to the Avon below Salisbury;
20 miles long.
Bourne End.—vil., 2 miles SE. of Berkhampstead,
W. Herts.—2. Bourne End, sta. on branch of Gt.-W.
Ry., 2 miles N. of Maidenhead, E. Berks ; P.O.
Bourne, Lower, 2m. from Farnham, W. Surrey; P.O.
Bournemouth, watering-place, Christchurch and
Holdenhurst pars., Hants, on Poole Bay, 5 miles SW.
of Christchurch by rail and within its pari, limits, 3333
ac., pop. 16,858; 3 Banks, 3 newspapers. Bournemouth
has sprung up within the last fifty years, and owes its
fame as a watering-place to the great variety of its
picturesque scenery and to the mildness of its climate,
making it a favourite resort for invalids during winter
and early spring. There are sands, extending about
3 miles from E. to W.; rugged cliffs, in many places
indented with chines and dells; and picturesque
pleasure-grounds bordering the Bourne stream. The
pier, 838 ft. long, is a pleasant promenade.
Bourne Park, 1 mile N. of Bishopsbourne, Kent.
Bourne St Mary, par., N. Hants, 3 miles NW. of
Whitchurch, 7746 ac., pop. 1078.
Bourney, par., NW. co. Tipperary, 4 miles S. of
Roscrea, 12,981 ac., pop. 1737.
Bourn Moor, township, Houghton-le-Spring par.,
N. Durham, 4 m. SW. of Sunderland, 512ac., pop. 1355.
BournviUe, ry. sta. (Stirchley St. and Bournville),
E. Worcestershire, 3½ miles S. of Birmingham.
Bourtie, par., 2 miles S. by W. of Old Meldrum,
E. Aberdeenshire, 5693 ac., pop. 463.
Bourton.—township, Shrivenham par., NW. Berks,
1 mile from Shrivenham sta., 1260 ac., pop. 284.—
2. Bourton, hamlet, in N. of co. and 1 mile E. of
Buckingham.—3. Bourton, eccl. dist., in par. and
3 miles NW. of Gillingham, N. Dorset, pop. 838.—
4. Bourton, township, Much Wenlock par., S. Shrop¬
shire, 3½ miles SW. of Wenlock.—5. Bourton, ry. sta.,
mid. Somerset, 6½ miles SW. of Bristol; P.O. The seat
of Bourton Court is in the vicinity.—6. Bourton, vil.,
Bourton-on-Dunsmore par., N. Warwickshire, 5½ miles
SW. of Rugby; P.O.—7. Bourton, tithing, Bishops
Canning par., N. Wilts, 3½ miles NE. of Devizes.—
8. Bourton, 3 miles from Mere, S. Wilts ; P.O.
Bourton, Great and Little, adjacent hamlets, Crop-
redy par., N. Oxfordshire, 3 miles N. of Banbury, pop.
498; P.O. at Great Bourton.
Bourton-on-Dunsinorc, par., N. Warwickshire,
5 miles SW. of Rugby, 2520 ac., pop. 294; P.O.; con¬
tains Bourton Hall.
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