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Broughall.—hamlet, Ranton par., in AV. of co. and
6 miles W. of Stafford.—2. Broughall, place, in par.
and 2 miles E. of AVhitchurch, N. Shropshire.

Brougham, par. and vil., N. AYestmorland, on river
Lowther, 2 miles SE. of Penrith, 6226 ac. (55 water),
pop. 296; 1 mile NAY. of Clifton is B. Hall, the seat
of Lord Brougham and Vaux, and the “Windsor of
the North;” adjacent is B. Castle, a fine ruin.

Brough and Shulton, township, Hope par., N.
Derbyshire, 34 miles SE. of Castleton, 1040 ac.,
pop. 74.

Broughderg, place, on Broughderg rivulet, 15 miles
E. of Newtown-Stewart, N. co. Tyrone; P.O.

Broughshane, vil., on river Braid, 4 miles NE. of
Ballymena, mid. co. Antrim, pop. 603 ; P.O.

Brough Sovverby, township, in par. and 14 mile S.
of Brough, E. Westmorland, pop. 133.

Broughton.—par., NE. Bucks, 4 miles NE. of
Fenny Stratford, 937 ac., pop. 159.—2. Broughton,
township, Wrexham par., SE. Denbighshire, 1242 ac.,
pop. 4339; P.O.—3. Broughton, township and ry. sta.
(Broughton Hall), Hawarden par., AY. Mintshire, 44
miles SW. of Chester; P.O.; contains B. Hall.—

4. Broughton, hamlet, Monknash par., Glamorgan,
54 miles SAV. of Cowbridge.—5. Broughton, par.,
township, and vil., S. Hants, 34 miles SAY. of Stock-
bridge ry. sta.—par., 4360 ac. (30 water), pop. 940;
township, pop. 904; P.O., T.O.—
6. Broughton, par.,
in E. of co. and 5 miles NE. of Huntingdon, 2950 ac.,
pop. 293. — 7. Broughton, township and ry. sta.
(Barton and Broughton), N. Lancashire, in par. and
2 miles NW. of Preston, 2367 ac., pop. 590; P.O.
Wednesday; contains B. Hall, seat of the
Tempests since the 15th century. —
8. Broughton,
township, Manchester par., SE. Lancashire, wholly in
bor. of Salford, 1426 ac. (30 water), pop. 31,534;
contains B. Old Hall, formerly a seat of the Stanleys
and the Chethams.—9. Broughton, par. and vil.,
N. Lincolnshire, 3 miles NW. of Brigg—par., 6918 ac.,
pop. 1308; vil., pop. 1094; P.O.—10. Broughton, par.,
N. Northamptonshire, 3 miles SW. of Kettering, 2560
ac., pop. 878; P.O.—II. Broughton, par. and township,
N. Oxfordshire, 24 miles SAY. of Banbury—par., 2083
ac., pop. 576; township, 975 ac., pop. 158 ; contains B.
Castle, seat of Lord Saye and Sele.—12. Bronghton,
par., N. Shropshire, 34 miles SAY. of AVem, 904ac., pop.
204.—13. Bronghton, place, in par. and 1 mile NW.
of Bishops Castle, S. Shropshire.—14. Broughton,
place, Claverley par., S. Shropshire, 44 miles E. of
Bridgnorth.—15. Broughton, hamlet, Stoke St Mary
par., W. Somerset, 3 miles SE. of Taunton. —16.
Bronghton, hamlet, AVhitchurch par., N. Warwicksh.,
54 miles S. of Stratford-on-Avon.—17. Broughton,
township, Kirkby-in-Cleveland par., North-Riding York-
shire, 3 miles SE. of Stokesley, 3091 ac., pop. 586.—
18. Broughton, township, Appleton-le-Street par.,
North-Riding Yorkshire, 2 miles NW. of New Malton,
866 ac., pop. 109.—19. Broughton, par. and township,
N. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, 4 miles SW. of Skipton
—par., 4148 ac., pop. 259; township, 2401 ac., pop. 177;
P.O.; contains Broughton Hall. — 20. Broughton
(Bucks). See

Broughton, vil. with ry. sta., in co. and 11 miles
SW. of Peebles.

Broughton and Croxton, township, in par. and 5
miles NW. of Eccleshall, W. Staffordshire; contains
Broughton Hall.

Broughton Astley, par. and seat with ry. sta., in S.
of co. and 9 miles SE. of Leicester, 1930 ac., pop. 708.

Broughton, Church. See Church Broughton.

Broughton Cross, ry. sta., 24 miles W. of Cocker-
mouth, W. Cumberland.

Broughton, East, township, Cartmel par., N. Lan-
cashire, 7 miles NE. of Ulverston, 3425 ac. and 615
foreshore, pop. 1251.

Broughton Gifford, par., N. Wilts, on river Avon,
34 miles NE. of Bradford, 1677 ac., pop. 613.

Broughton, Glenholm, and Kilbncho, united
par., W. Peeblesshire, containing the vil. of Broughton,
18,065 ac., pop. 665.

Brougbton, Great, township, Bridekirk par., W.
Cumberland, onriver Derwent, 3 miles W. of Cocker-
mouth, 2069 ac. (20 water), pop. 1121; P.O.

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

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