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Chalk End, hamlet, Good Easter par., AY. Essex, 9
miles S. of Chelmsford.

Chalk Farm, sta. on N. London Ry., If mile NAY.
of Euston.

Chalk Hill, or Pnddlelilll, hamlet, Houghton Regis
par., Bedfordshire, 6 miles NY. of Luton.

Chalk Hole, hamlet, If m. SAY. of Margate, E. Kent.

Challacomhe, par., N. Devon, on border of co., on
river Bray, 10 m. NE. of Barnstaple, 5343 ac., pop. 223.

Challich (or Chalice), mountain, appearing to form
a vast cup, Lochbroom par., NAY. Ross-shire, 3483 ft.

Challock, par. and vil., E. Kent, near river Stour,

4 miles NE. of Ashford, 2827 ac., pop. 356; P.O.

Challock, hamlet with school, Penninghame par.,

NE. AVigtownshire, 3 miles NAY. of Newton-Stewart.

Challow, East, township and ry. sta. (Challow),
Letcombe Regis par., AY. Berks, 1 mile NW. of Wan-
tage, 1353 ac., pop. 397.

Challow, West, township, Letcombe Regis par., W.
Berks, 2 miles NW. of Wantage, 739 ac., pop. 172.

Chalton.—hamlet, Toddington par., S. Bedfordshire,
3 miles N. of Dunstable.—2. Chalton, par. and town-
ship, N. Hants, 54 miles SW. of Petersfield—par., 3477
ac., pop. 603; township, 1749 ac., pop. 208.

Chalvey, vil., 14 mile SW. of Slough, Bucks; P.O.

Chalvington, par., E. Sussex, near river Cuckmere,

5 miles AY. of Hailsham, 749 ac., pop. 127.

Chambercoinbc, small dell, 14 mile SE. of Ilfra-
combe, N. Devon.

Chambers Court, seat, W. Worcestershire, 3 miles
NE. of Tewkesbury.

Cbampflcurie, seat, in co. and 24 miles SE. of Lin-

Champion Hill, sta. on London, Brighton, and
South Coast Ry., E. Surrey, 4 miles S. of London.

Chantpneys, seat,24m.NAY. of Berkhampstead,Herts.

Chance Inn, vil, in par. and 2 miles SW. of Ceres
vil., Fife.

ChanctonbnryKing, hill with ancient camp, AViston
par., AY. Sussex, on South Downs, 24 miles NW. of
Steyning, alt. 814 ft.

Chandler’s Cross, part of Chipperfield vil., Herts,

6 miles S. of Hemel Hempstead.

Chandler’s Ford, sta. on branch of London and
South-Western Ry., Hants, 3f miles E. of Romsey.

Chandler’s Green, place, Hartley Westpall par., N.
Hants, 7 miles NE. of Basingstoke.

Chandling’s Farm, par., N. Berks, 24 miles NE. of
Abingdon, 76 ac., pop. 3

Chanlock, rivulet, NW. Dumfriesshire, flowing 6
miles SE. to Scar AVater, 5 m. NAY. of Penpont Bridge.

Channel Islands, a group of islands, on the S. side
of the English Channel, 10 m. AY. of coast of France and
80 m. S. of coast of England. The principal members of
the group are Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, and Sark.
Geographically connected with France, they have been
politically attached to England since the Conquest, and
are now all that remain to it of the dukedom of Nor-
mandy. The land is parcelled out among a great
number of small proprietors, and is carefully cultivated.
The language is nearly the same as the old Norman
French, but English is taught in all the parochial
schools. See
Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark.

Cliannelkirk, par., NAY. Berwickshire, 14,191 ac.,
pop. 607 ; contains the adjacent hamlets of ©Id Chan-
nelklrk and New Cliannelkirk, 6 m. NW. of Lauder.

Cbannon Rock, in N. of co. and 2 m. from Louth; P.O.

CUanonry, ancient royal burgh, in par. and adjacent
to Rosemarkie, with which it forms the town of Fort-
rose. On Cbanonry Point is a lighthouse, with fixed
light (Chanonry) seen 11 miles.

Cbanston Hill, place, Vowrchurch par., in co. and 11
miles SW. of Hereford.

Chantry, seat, E. Suffolk, 2 miles W. of Ipswich.—

2. Chantry, eccl. dist. and vil., Whatley and Elm pars.,
E. Somerset, pop. 280. The vil is 2 m. W. of Erome.

Chapel.—hamlet, Gidleigh par., S. Devon. — 2,
Chapel, 7 miles SE. of Alford, Lincolnshire ;

Chapel.—manufacturing vil., between Neilston and
Barrhead, E. Renfrewshire.—2. Chapel, hamlet, in W.
of Newtyle par., Forfarshire.—3. Chapel, school, 3
miles NAY. of Kirkcaldy, Fifeshire.—4. Chapel, school,
Avondale par., SW. Lanarkshire.—5, Chapel, seat, in

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