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Hinckley, pop. 1691; P.O.; contains Burbage Hall
and Burbage House.

Burbeach, hundred, Bramber rape, W. Sussex,
22,067 ac., pop. 4429.

Burbeck, affluent of river Lune, mid. Westmorland.

Burbo Flats, sandbank, on coast of Lancashire and
Cheshire, 7 miles long and from 3 to 5 wide. To the
N. are the main channels of the Mersey, and to the S.
are the Horse and Rock Channels.

Burbrook, affluent of river Derwent, N. Derbyshire.

Burcombe, par., S. Wilts, 14 mile W. of AVilton,
1450 ac. pop. 313 ; p.o.

Burcott.—hamlet, AVing par., mid. Bucks, 3 miles
SW. of Leighton Buzzard.—2. Burcott, par., mid. Ox-
fordshire, on river Thames, 5 miles SE. of Abingdon, 679
ac., pop. 199.—3. Burcott, place, AVorfield par., S.
Shropshire, 2 miles NE. of Bridgnorth.—4. Burcott,
place, 1 mile W. of AVells, mid. Somerset.

Burdale, sta. on branch of North-Eastern Ry., East-
Riding Yorkshire, 9 miles SE. of New Malton.

Burdens Ball, place, South Newton par., S. Wilts,
2 miles N. of AVilton.

Burderhope, hamlet, Chisledon par., N. AVilts, 2
miles S. of Swindon; in the vicinity is B. Park.

Burdett Road, sta. on Great Eastern Ry., SE.
Middlesex, 34 miles NE. of London Bridge.

Burdiehouse.—hamlet with limekilns, Liberton par.,
N. Edinburghshire, on stream of same name, 44 miles S.
of Edinburgh.—2. Burdiehouse, stream, flowing from
the Pentland Hills in Colinton par., Edinburghshire,
about 9 miles NE. to the Firth of Forth between Joppa
and Fisherrow.

Burdocks, 5 m. from Billinghurst, AV. Sussex; p.o.

Burdon.—township, Bishop AVearmouth par., N.
Durham, 4 miles SAV. of Sunderland, 1135 ac., pop.

104.—2. Burdon, hamlet, Highhampton par., S.
Devon, 44 miles W. of Hatherleigh.

Burdon, Great, township, Haughton-le-Skernepar.,
S. Durham, 24 m. NE. of Darlington, 604 ac., pop. 120.

Burdoswald, hamlet, Lanercost par., E. Cumber-
land, 44 miles NE. of Brampton.

Burdsyards, seat, If m. S. by E. of Forres, Elginsh.

Bure.—affluent of river Yare, N. Norfolk; rises near
Hindolveston, and joins the Yare at Yarmouth ; is 50
miles long, and navigable at Aylsham.—2. Bure, place,
1 mile E. of Christchurch, S. Hants.

Bures, township, B. St Mary par., NE. Essex, on
river Stour, 6 miles SE. of Sudbury, 1598 ac., pop. 540.

Bures St Mary, par. and township with ry. sta.
(Bures), in Suffolk and Essex cos., on river Stour, 5
miles SE. of Sudbury—par., 4114 ac., pop. 1408 ; town-
ship (in Suffolk), 2516 ac., pop. 868; P.O., T.O.

Rurfa. See Evenjobb, Newcastle, Barland, &c.

Burford.—par., township, and town, AV. Oxfordshire,
18 miles NAV. of Oxford and 76 miles NW. of London—
par., 2939 ac., pop. 1560; township, 750 ac., pop. 1312 ;
P.O., T.O., 1 Bank. Market-day,
Saturday; formerly
carried on large mfrs. of linen cloths and malt. The
town is full of quaint houses, with panelled gables and
tracery work. — 2. Burford, par. and township, S.
Shropshire, on river Teme, 1 mile W. of Tenbury—par.,
6672 ac., pop. 1335; township, pop. 428; contains
Burford, seat of Lord Northwick.

Burford Bank, sandbank, at entrance to Dublin Bay.

Burford Bridge, sta. (Box Hill and Burford Bridge)
on L., B., and S. C. Ry.,
24 miles NAV. of Dorking, AAr.
Surrey; close to the inn (which has memories of Keats,
Nelson, and Hazlitt) is Burford Lodge.

Burg, basaltic headland, in SAV. of Mull isl., Argyllsh.

Burgage, par., NW. co. Wicklow, 2 miles SAV. of
Blessington, 1876 ac., pop. 196.

Burgar, seat, in Evie and Rendall par., Orkney, 11
miles from Kirkwall.

Burgate.—par., W. Suffolk, 4 miles NAV. of Eye,
2076 ac., pop. 287.—2. Burgate, hamlet, Hamledon
par., W. Surrey, 5 miles SE. of Godalming.

Burgate, Middle, Jiorth, and South, 3 tithings, S.
Hants, on r. Avon, from 1 to 24 m. N. of Fordingbridge;
P.O. On the outskirts of Fordingbridge is B. House.

Burgcdin, township, Guilsfield par., NE. Mont-
gomeryshire, 2 miles N. of Welshpool.

Burger Street, hamlet, North Stoneham par., S.
Hants, 3 miles N. of Southampton.

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