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Chapelknowe, hamlet, Half-Morton par., SE. Dum-
friesshire, 6 miles SW. of Canonbie; P.O.

Chapel Lane, near Wigan, SW. Lancashire ; P.O.

Chapel Lawn, vil., Clun par., S. Shropshire, 3 miles
NW. of Bucknall ry. sta.

Chapel-le-Bale, eccl. dist., Bentham par., West-
Riding Yorkshire, pop. 233 ; P.O.

Chapel Miuuby, coast hamlet, Mumby par., mid.
Lincolnshire, 54 miles SE. of Alford; P.O., called

Chapel of GarJoch, par. (containing Pitcaple ry. sta.)
and vil., in co. and 21 m. NW. of Aberdeen, 13,059 ac.,
pop. 1923; in the par. is the battlefield of Harlaw (1411).

Chapel Plaster, hamlet, 3 m. SW. of Corsham, AVilts.

Chapel Point, headland, E. Cornwall, 8 miles S. of
St Austell.

Chapel Porth, small hay, 1£ mile S. of St Agnes
Head, AV. Cornwall.

Chapel Road, North, near Worthing, AV. Sussex; P.O.

Chapel Row, hamlet, S. Durham, 34 miles SE. of
Bishop Auckland.

Chapelrnssell, par., N. co. Limerick, containing
Pallaskenry, 10 m. W. of Limerick, 633 ac., pop. 539.

Chapelshade, dist. of Dundee, pop. 5989.

Chapel Stile, hamlet, 4 mile NW. of Elterwater,

Chapel Snclten, hamlet, Millom par., W. Cumber-
land, on river Duddon, 12 miles SE. of Ravenglass.

Chapclthorpe, eccl. dist. and vil., Sandall Magna
par., S. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, pop. 2777. The
vil. is 34 miles S. of Wakefield; P.O.

Chapelton, hamlet with ry. sta., 14 mile SE. of
Barnstaple, Devon.

Chapelton, hamlet with school, Inverkeillor par.,
Forfarshire, 44 miles NW. of Arbroath.

Chapelton of Glassford, quoad sacra par. (East
Kilbride, Glassford, and Hamilton pars.), and vil.
(Glassford par.), N. Lanarkshire—par., pop. 937 ; vil.,
pop. 443; P.O., called Chapelton.

Cliapeltown.—vil., SE. Lancashire, 3£ miles NE.
of Bolton. — 2. Chapeltown, eccl. dist. and vil. (ry.
sta. Chapeltown and Thorncliffe), Ecclesfield par., S.
div. AVest-Riding Yorkshire, pop. 6284. The vil. is
7 miles N. of Sheffield; P.O., T.O., called C. Town.

Chapeltown, coast vil., 6 miles NW. of Tralee,
NAV. co. Kerry.

Chapeltown of Glenlivat, vil., Inveravon par.,
Banffshire, 13 miles SE. of Ballindalloch ry. sta.; P.O.,
called Chapeltown.

Chapelwlch, hamlet, Ashbury par., NAV. Berks.

Chapel Wood, hamlet, 4 miles NAV. of Chippen-
ham, AVilts.

Chapman Barrows, hill, in W. of Exmoor Forest,
N. Devon, on border of co., alt. 1540 ft.

Chapman Sands, shoal, in river Thames, off S. side
of Canvey island ; has a lighthouse, with occulting light
(Sea Reach) seen 11 miles.

Chapmanslade, vil., 34 miles SW. of Westbury, S.
Wilts; P.O.

Chapmans Pool, small bay, on S. coast of Dorset,
near St Albans Head and 34 miles S. of Corfe Castle.

Chapmore End, hamlet, Bengeo par., Herts, 24 miles
N. of Hertford.

Chappel, school and ry. sta., E. Essex, 5 miles SE. of
Halstead; P.O., called Chappie. See

Char, or Car, rivulet, SAV. Dorset, flowing 5 miles
SW. to English Channel near Lyme Regis.

Charborough, hamlet, Morden par., E. Dorset, 6 m.
W. of Wimborne Minster. C. House is in vicinity.

Chard, mun. bor., market town, and par. with ry.
sta., W. Somerset, on border of co., 144 miles SE. of
Taunton and 143 miles SW. of London—par., 5449 ac.,
pop. 5682; mun. bor., pop. 2411; P.O., T.o., 2 Banks,
2 newspapers. Market-days, Monday, Thursday, and
Saturday; was at one time a pari, bor., returning 2
members, a privilege of which it was deprived in the
reign of Edward III. C., which is a well-built town,
standing on an eminence, has mfrs. of lace and woollen
goods, and iron and brass wares.

Chard, South, hamlet, in par. and 2 miles SE. of
Chard, AV. Somerset; P.O.

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