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Cancwdon, par. and vil., S. Essex, on river Crouch,
3| miles NE. of Rochford, 5239 ac. and 586 ac. tidal
water and foreshore, pop. 714;

Canfield, Great, par., W. Essex, on river Roding,
3£ miles SW. of Dunmow, 2490 ac., pop. 342;

Canfield, Little, par., W. Essex, 2J? miles SW. of
Dunmow, 1492 ac., pop. 295; P.O.

Canford, Little, vil., Canford Magna par., SE.
Dorset, 2£ miles E. of Wimborne Minster;

Canford Magna, par. and township, SE. Dorset, on
river Stour, 6 miles NE. of Poole—par., 16,633 ac.
(375 water), pop. 9315; township, 8053 ac. (375 water),
pop. 1107;
P.O., T.O., called Great Canford.

Cangort, seat, SW. King’s co., 5 miles NW. of

Canisbay, coast par., NE. Caithness-shire, on the
Pentland Firth, 26,243 ac., pop. 2626;

Canisp, mountain, SW. Sutherlandshire, on S. side
of Loch Assynt, alt. 2779 ft.

Canklow, hamlet, Whistonpar., S. div. West-Riding
Yorkshire, 2 miles SE. of Rotherham.

Canley, hamlet, Stoneleigh par., S. Warwickshire,
2 miles SW. of Coventry.

Cann, par., NE. Dorset, on border of co. and 1£ mile
SE. of Shaftesbury, pop. 560.

Canna, island, Small Isles par., Argyllshire, 3 miles
NW. of Rum and 12 miles SW. of Skye, pop. 57;
4\ miles long, 1 mile broad, and has a maximum
elevation of 800 ft. The soil is tolerably fertile, and
the pasture is very fine. Potatoes and barley are chiefly
grown. Cod and ling abound on the coast. Canna
Harbour, conveniently situated for the fishing grounds,
is between Canna and Sanday, which are separated by
a channel dry at low water.

Cannachy Bridge, hamlet with inn, Edzell par.,
NE. Forfarshire, on river N. Esk, 7 m. N. of Brechin.

Canna Mill, hamlet, Kirknewton par., N. North-
umberland, 61? miles NW. of Wooler.

Cannar, rivulet, Lesmahagow and Stonehouse pars.,
W. Lanarkshire, flowing NW. to river Avon.

Cannards Grave, hamlet, Shepton Mallet and Pilton
pars., mid. Somerset.

Cannaway, par., mid. co. Cork, on river Lee, 4
miles SE. of Macroom, 5225 ac., pop. 943.

Cannerton, hamlet, Campsie par., Stirlingshire, 2
miles SE. of Lennoxtown.

Cann Hall, hamlet, near Forest Gate ry. sta., S.
Essex, and 5 miles NE. of London.

Cannlch, rivulet, Kilmorack par., NW. Inverness-sh.;
rising in Loch Mullardoch, and flowing 14 m. NE. through
Glen Cannlcli to the Glass at Glenaffric Hotel.

Cannlch, or Cannlch Bridge, place with school,
Kilmorack par., NW. Inverness-shire.

Cannlesburn, hamlet, New Kilpatrick par., E.
Dumbartonshire, 11? mile SW. of Milngavie.

Cannings. See All Cannings.

Canningstown, seat, 7 miles from Bailieborough,
co. Cavan; P.O.

Cannlngton.—hundred, W. Somerset, 28,431 ac.,
pop. 5180; contains 10 pars.—2. Cannlngton, par.,
township, and vil., W. Somerset, 31? miles NW. of
Bridgwater—par., 5015 ac. (380 water), pop. 1392;
township, pop. 1369; P.O., T.o.; contains C. Honse,

Canning Town, sta. on the Great Eastern Ry., S.
Essex, adjacent to the Victoria Dock, E. London.

Cannlstown, eccl. ruins, 2 miles SE. of Navan, mid.
co. Meath, on banks of river Boyne.

Cannock, town and par. with ry. sta., W. Stafford-
shire, 7 2 miles NW. of Walsall and 125 miles NW. of
London—par., 10,775 ac., pop. 18,377; town, pop.
P.O., T.o., 2 Banks; extensive coal mines. Can-
nock Chase is a rich coal district of about 3600 ac.
The par. contains the hamlet of Cannock Wood.

Cann Office, vil., Llangadfan par., mid. Montgomery-
shire, 6£ miles NW. of Llanfair; P.O.

Cannonby, Cross. See Cross Canonby.

Cannon Fee, tithing, Crediton par., N. Devon.

Cannon Hall, 5 miles NW. of Barnsley, West-Riding

Cannon Heath, hamlet, in par. and J? mile NW. of
Wateringbury, mid. Kent.

Cannon hold, tithing, Melksham par., N. Wilts,
near Melksham.

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