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Brastcd, hundred, par., and vil. with ry. sta., W.
Kent, on the river Darent, 4 miles NW. of Sevenoaks
—hundred and par., 4449 ac., pop. 1292; P.O. The
seat of Brasted Park adjoins Sundridge vil.; it was
inhabited by Napoleon HI.

Bratkay.—eccl. dist., Hawkshead par., N. Lanca-
shire, and Grasmere par., Westmorland, pop. 537.—2.
Bratkay, river, Westmorland and Lancashire, flowing
from Bow Fell through Great Langdale into Lake
Windermere; 9 miles long.—3. Brathay, vil., on river
Brathay, Westmorland, 1 mile SAY. of Ambleside.

Bratoft, or Bray toft, par., mid. Lincolnshire, 4|
miles SE. of Spilsby, 1814 ac., pop. 218.

Brattleby, par., in mid. of co. and 6 miles NW. of
Lincoln, 1220 ac., pop. 148; contains Brattlcky HaU.

Bratton.—place, Wrockwardine par., N. Shropshire,
2 miles W. of Wellington.—2. Bratton, eccl. dist.,
Westbury par., N. Wilts, 4 miles NE. of AVestbury,
pop. 656; P.O.

Bratton Clovelly, par. and vil., S. Devon, 8 miles
SW. of Okehampton, 8316 ac., pop. 601; P.O.

Bratton Fleming, par., N. Devon, 6 miles NE. of
Barnstaple, 5845 ac., pop. 523; P.O., T.O.

Bratton Seymour, or St Maur, par. and seat,
Somerset, 24 m. NW. of Wincanton, 1093 ac., pop. 87.

Braugh Hill, eminence, W. Cumberland, 4 miles
NW. of Ireby.

Braughing.—hundred, E. Herts, 40,269 ac., pop.
22,455; contains 13 pars.—2. Braughing, par. and
vil. with ry. sta., E. Herts, on river Quin, 34 miles
SE. of Buntingford, 4368 ac., pop. 1022; P.O.

Brauncewell, par., S. Lincolnshire, 4 miles NW. of
Sleaford, 3470 ac., pop. 173.

Brannston.—par., vil., and seat, S. Northampton-
shire, 3 miles SE. of Walford ry. sta. and 34 miles NAY.
of Daventry, 3930 ac., pop. 1072; P.O., T.o. The Grand
Junction Canal here passes through a tunnel 14 mile in
length.—2. Braunston, par., AY. Rutland, 24 miles
SAY. of Oakham, 3250 ac., pop. 387; P.O.

Brannstone, township, Glenfield par., on river
AYreak, in S. of co. and 24 m. SAY. of Leicester, pop. 193.

Brauns tone Frith, par., in S. of co. and 2 miles AY.
of Leicester, pop. 12.

Brannton.—hundred, N. Devon, 70,804 ac., pop.
16,315; contains 20 pars.—2. Brannton, par. and
ry. sta., N. Devon, at mouth of river Taw, 5 miles
NW. of Barnstaple, 10,473 ac. land and 1510 water,
pop. 2089 ; P.O., T.o.

Bra why, township, Salton par., North-Riding York-
shire, on river Rye, 6 miles NW. of New Malton, 1013
ac., pop. 174.

Brawdy, coast par., W. Pembrokeshire, 9 miles
NAY. of Haverfordwest, 5401 ac. (60 water), pop. 503.

Bra with (Yorksh.). See Knayton with Brawith.

Brawl. See Braal.

Brawny, bar., co. Westmeath, 10,098 ac., pop. 4862.

Braxted, Great, par., NE. Essex, on river Black-
water, 2 miles NE. of AYitham, 2635 ac. (22 water),
pop. 373; contains Braxted Lodge.

Braxted, Little, par., NE. Essex, on river Black-
water, 1 mile NE. of AYitham, 622 ac., pop. 117.

Bray.—hundred, E. Berks, 7820 ac., pop. 2805.—2.
Bray, par. and vil., E. Berks—par. (partly in Maiden-
head), 9053 ac., pop. 6423; vil., 14 mile SE. of M.; P.O.

Bray.—par., N. co. Wicklow, containing part of the
town of Bray, 2985 ac., pop. 4835.—2. Bray, town-
ship and market town, in pars, of Bray (co. Wicklow)
and Oldconnaught (co. Dublin), on river Bray, 13
miles SE. of Dublin by rail, 1070 ac., pop. 6535;
1 Bank, 1 newspaper. Market-days,
Tuesday and
Saturday. The chief part of the town is situated in co.
Wicklow; the part within co. Dublin is called Little
Bray. It is a fashionable watering-place and winter
residence ; the surrounding scenery being beautiful and
attractive, and the climate bracing and salubrious.

Brayan, The, affluent of the river Teifi, NE. Pem-
brokeshire, near Cardigan.

Braykrooke, par. and vil., N. Northamptonshire, 3
m. SE. of Market Harborough, 3060 ac., pop. 360; p.o.

Braydeston Hall, 4 mile S. of Blofield, Norfolk.

Bray don, township and hamlet, Purton par., N.
Wilts, 44 miles SW. of Cricklade, 1484 ac., pop. 48.
Braydon House is in the vicinity of the hamlet.

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

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