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the ancient castle of B. (traces of which remain) is said
to have been a favourite seat of John Baliol.

Bulbonrn, affluent of river Gade, AV. Herts, falling
into the Gade near Boxmoor.

Bulbridge, tithing, AVilton par., S. AVilts.

Rulby, hamlet, Irnam par., S. Lincolnshire, 3
miles NE. of Corby.

Bulchamp, hamlet, Blythburgh par., E. Suffolk, 3|
miles SE. of Halesworth.

Bulcote, township, Burton Joyce par., S. Notts, on
river Trent, 44 miles NAV. of Bingham, 970 ac., pop. 111.

Buley Castle, ruined castle, N. AVestmorland, on
river Eden, 3 miles NAY. of Appleby.

Bulford.—sta. on branch of Great Eastern Ry., 4
miles NAY. of AYitham, NE. Essex.—2. Bulford, par.,
S. AVilts, on river Avon, 2 miles NE. of Amesbury.
3642 ac. (14 water), pop. 346.

Bulk, township, in par. and 2 miles NE. of Lan-
caster, N. Lancashire, 1158 ac. (55 water), pop. 117.

Bulkeley, township, in par. and 54 miles NE. of
Malpas, AY. Cheshire, 975 ac., pop. 172.

Bulkington.—par. and vil. with ry. sta., N. AYar-
wickshire, 4 miles SE. of Nuneaton, 4510 ac., pop.
1590; P.O.—2. Bulkington, township, Keevil par.,
N. AVilts, 6 miles E. of Trowbridge, 973 ac., pop. 173.

Bulkworthy, par., N. Devon, on river Torridge, 9
miles SAY. of Bideford, 1115 ac., pop. 113.

Bull, small loch, North Bute par., Buteshire, 9 miles
NAY. of Rothesay.

Bull.—rocky islets, AY. co. Cork, 2 miles AY. of
Dursey island.—2. Bull, rocky islet, N. co. Antrim, off
AY. extremity of Rathlin island.

Bulland, seat, AY. Somerset; post-town, Chipstable.

Bullaun, par., E. co. Galway, 4 miles N. of Lough-
rea, 1728 ac., pop. 207 ; P.O.

Bullaunmore, mountain, bar. Tirawley, N. co.
Mayo, alt. 1274 ft.

Bullbarrow, chalk down, mid. Dorset, 4 miles NAY.
of Milton Abbas.

Bull Bay, small watering-place and bay, on N. coast
of Anglesey, near Amlwch.

Bullcn, place, East Peckham par., mid. Kent, 8
miles SAY. of Maidstone.

Bullers Buchan, fishing vil., Cruden par., E. Aber-
deenshire, near the Bullers of Buchan.

Rollers Green, township, in Morpeth par. and bor.,
N. Northumberland, 52 ac., pop. 346.

Bullers of Buchan, huge rocky cauldron, E. coast of
Aberdeenshire, 6 miles S. of Peterhead. The rocks are
about 100 ft. high, and perpendicular both in the in-
terior of the “pot” and also on the sea-front.

Bulley, par., in E. of co. and 5 miles AAr. of Glou-
cester, 951 ac., pop. 152.

Bnllfa, vil., Ystradgynlais par., SAY. Brecknock-
shire, 11 miles N. of Neath.

Bull Gill, sta. on Maryport and Carlisle Ry., 4 miles
NE. of Maryport, AY. Cumberland.

Bullingdon, hundred, mid. Oxfordshire, 46,722 ac.,
pop. 15,807; contains 23 pars.

Btillingbam, Lower, par., in S. of co. and 14 mile
S. of Hereford, 1100 ac., pop. 474 ; P.O.

Bullingham, Upper, par., on river AVye, in S. of
co. and 2 miles S. of Hereford, 698 ac., pop. 94.

Bulllngton.—par., N. Hants, onriver Test, 44miles
S. of AVhitchurch, 1635 ac., pop. 157.—2. Bulllngton,
township, Goltho par., mid. Lincolnshire, 2 miles AY.
of AVragby, pop. 51.

BuH ion field, seat of extensive paper-mills, Liff and
Benvie par., Forfarshire, 34 miles AY. of Dundee.

Bullock, fishing vil., Dalkey township, in co. and
7 miles SE. of Dublin. Bullock Castle is in vicinity.

Bullocks llall, township, AVarkworthpar., N. North-
umberland, 7 miles SE. of Alnwick, 210 ac., pop. 11.

BuUock Smithy, vil., in par. and 24 miles SE. of
Stockport, E. Cheshire.

Bullo Pill, a coaling port, in a fine reach of the river
Severn, near Newnham, AY. Gloucestershire.

Bnll Point, headland, on NAY. coast of Devon, 4
miles AY. of Ilfracombe; has a lighthouse with a white
flashing light and a red fixed light.

Bull Sand, sandbank, in mouth of river Humber,
near Spurn Head, East-Riding Yorkshire; near SE.
side is a light-vessel, with fixed light seen 8 miles.


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