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Chalk End, hamlet, Good Easter par., AY. Essex, 9
Chalk Farm, sta. on N. London Ry., If mile NAY.
Chalk Hill, or Pnddlelilll, hamlet, Houghton Regis
Chalk Hole, hamlet, If m. SAY. of Margate, E. Kent.
Challacomhe, par., N. Devon, on border of co., on
Challich (or Chalice), mountain, appearing to form
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),
Challow, West, township, Letcombe Regis par., W.
Chalton.—hamlet, Toddington par., S. Bedfordshire,
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-
Chambers Court, seat, W. Worcestershire, 3 miles
Cbampflcurie, seat, in co. and 24 miles SE. of Lin-
Champion Hill, sta. on London, Brighton, and
Chantpneys, seat,24m.NAY. of Berkhampstead,Herts.
Chance Inn, vil, in par. and 2 miles SW. of Ceres
ChanctonbnryKing, hill with ancient camp, AViston
Chandlers Cross, part of Chipperfield vil., Herts,
6 miles S. of Hemel Hempstead.
Chandlers Ford, sta. on branch of London and
Chandlers Green, place, Hartley Westpall par., N.
Chandlings Farm, par., N. Berks, 24 miles NE. of
Chanlock, rivulet, NW. Dumfriesshire, flowing 6
Channel Islands, a group of islands, on the S. side
Cliannelkirk, par., NAY. Berwickshire, 14,191 ac.,
Cbannon Rock, in N. of co. and 2 m. from Louth; P.O.
CUanonry, ancient royal burgh, in par. and adjacent
Cbanston Hill, place, Vowrchurch par., in co. and 11
Chantry, seat, E. Suffolk, 2 miles W. of Ipswich.—
2. Chantry, eccl. dist. and vil., Whatley and Elm pars.,
Chapel.—hamlet, Gidleigh par., S. Devon. — 2,
Chapel.—manufacturing vil., between Neilston and
Gazetteer of the British Isles, Statistical and Topographical, by John Bartholomew, F.R.G.S.
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