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Brackenficld, township, Morton par., E. Derby-
shire, 4 miles NW. of Alfreton, 1551 ac., pop. 322.

Brackenfoot, hamlet, Rigton township, E. div.
West-Riding Yorkshire, 5 miles W. of Wetherby.

Bracken HiU, hamlet, Roos par., East-Riding
Yorkshire, 5¼ miles N. of Patrington.

Brackcnholm with Woodhall, township, Heming-
brough par., East-Riding Yorkshire, on river Derwent,

4 miles NW. of Howden, 1341 ac., pop. 100.

Brackenthwaite, township, Brigham par., W. Cum-
berland, 5 miles S. of Cockermouth, 4395 ac., pop. 118.

BrackhiU, vil., 9 miles S. of Tralee, mid. co. Kerry.

Brackla, distillery, in co. and 3¼ miles SW. of Nairn.

Bracklesham Bay, small bay, on coast of W. Sussex,
3 miles W. of Selsey Bill; rare fossil shells have been
found in masses of clay on the sands.

Brackletter, vil., Kilmonivaig par., S. Inverness-
shire, 9 miles NE. of Fort-William.

Brackley, market town withry. sta., S. Northampton-
shire, on river Ouse, 7 miles NW. of Buckingham, pop.
2504; P.O., T.O., 2 Banks. Market-day,
has mfrs. of boots and shoes. B. is an ancient town,
and was a pari. bor. till 1832.

Brackley, 5 m. from Beragh, mid. co. Tyrone ; P.O.

Brackley Castle, fragment of fortalice, 1 mile S. of
Ballater, W. Aberdeenshire.

Bracklin, seat, 10 miles NE. of Mullingar, E. co.
Westmeath; p.o.

Bracklinn Falls, a series of fine waterfalls, on Keltie
water, in S. of Perthshire, 1¼ mile NE. of Callander.

Bracklintown, hamlet, Clonbern par., co. Galway.

Brackloon, place with school, Bekanpar., co. Mayo.

Bracknell, eccl. dist. and vil. with ry. sta., SE.
Berks, 4¼ miles NE. of Wokingham and 3 miles W. of
Ascot race-course, pop. 1749; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank.

Brackness, headland and estate, Stromness par.,
Orkney, 2 miles SW. of Stromness.

Braco.—vil. and seat, Muthill par., S. Perthshire,
on Knaik water, 7¼ miles S. of Crieff, pop. 270;
P.O., T.o.—2. Braco, rivulet, Grange par., Banffshire,
flowing 4 miles SW. to the Isla.

Bracon Ash, par., S. Norfolk, 7 miles SW. of Nor-
wich, 974 ac., pop. 282; p.o.

Bradan, loch (1 mile by ¼ mile), Straiton par., Ayr-
shire ; is at alt. of 900 ft., and contains 2 islets, on one
of which stands an old castle.

Bradbourne, par. and township, N. Derbyshire,

5 miles NE. of Ashborne—par., 6253 ac., pop. 1145;
township, 1445 ac., pop. 138.

Bradbourne Hall, 2¼ m. SW. of Sevenoaks, W. Kent.

Bradbourne Park, 3| m. NW. of Maidstone, Kent.

Bradbury, township with ry. sta., Sedgefield par.,
S. Durham, 9¼ m. N. of Darlington, 2110 ac., pop. 193.

Bradda Head, bold cliff, Isle of Man, on the S. coast.

Braddan, or Kirk Braddan, par,, Isle of Man,
partly in the town of Douglas, 11,454 ac., pop. 2813.
There are several Runic monuments in the churchyard.

Bradden, par., S. Northamptonshire, on river Tow,
3 miles W. of Towcester, 1000 ac., pop. 129; contains
Bradden House.

Brnddons, range of heights, on N. side of Torquay,
E. Devon.

Bradenham, par., S. Bucks, on Chiltern Hills, 4
miles NW. of High Wycombe, 996 ac., pop. 183; P.O.;
contains Bradenham House.

Bradenham, East, par., W. Norfolk, 5 miles SW.
of East Dereham, 2340 ac., pop. 326; contains B. Mall.

Bradenham, West, par., W. Norfolk, 5¼ miles SW.
of East Dereham, 1682 ac., pop. 305; P.O.

Bradenstoke, hill, 5¼ miles SW. of Wotton Basset,
N. Wilts.

Bradeston, par., S. Norfolk, on river Yare, 4 miles
SW. of Acle, 516 ac., pop. 165.

Bradtield.—par. and vil., mid. Berks, 7 miles W. of
Reading, 4346 ac., pop. 1161; P.O., T.o.—2. Bradtield,
hamlet, Uffculme par., N. Devon, 3 miles NE. of Col-
lumpton. Bradtield Hall, a fine old mansion, built
during the reign of Elizabeth, is 1 mile S. of the ham-
let.—3. Bradtield, par. and ry. sta., NE. Essex, on
Stour estuary, 3 miles E. of Manningtree, 2152 ac. and
502 foreshore, pop. 812; P.O.—4. Bradtield, par., N.
Norfolk, 2 miles N. of North Walsham, 757 ac., pop.
228.—5. Bradtield, township and vil., Ecclesfield par.,

Gazetteer of the British Isles, Statistical and Topographical, by John Bartholomew, F.R.G.S.

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