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Chelveston cum Caldecot, par.,N. Northampton-
shire, 64 miles S. of Thrapston, 1730 ac., pop. 423.'

Chelvey, par., E. Somerset, 84 miles SW. of Bristol,
1077 ac., pop. 42.

Chelwootl, par., E. Somerset, 4| miles S. of Keyns-
ham, 1077 ac., pop. 145; P.O.

Chelworth.—place, in par. and 1 mile SAY. of Crick-
lade, N. Wilts.—2. Chelworth, hamlet, Crudwellpar.,
N. AYilts, 5J miles NE. of Malmesbury.

Cheney Court, farm, on W. border of N. AYilts, 4£
miles NE. of Bath; relics of a Roman villa were dis-
covered here in 1813.

Cheney longvllle, hamlet, AYistanstow par., S.
Shropshire, 64 miles SW. of Church Stretton.

Chenies, par. and vil., S. Bucks, on river Chess, 4
miles E. of Amersham, 1759 ac., pop. 388; P.O.

Chepenhall Green, hamlet, Fressingfield par., E.
Suffolk, 6 miles SE. of Harleston ry. sta.

Chcpstead (Kent). See Chipstead.

Chepstow, market town, river-port, and par., with
ry. sta., Monmouthshire, on SE. border of co., 17 miles
NE. of Newport and 142 miles W. of London—par. and
town, 1096 ac. and 187 ac. tidal water and foreshore,
pop. 3591; P.O., T.o., 1 Bank, 1 newspaper. Market-
Wednesday and Saturday; is situated on the
Wye, 2 miles from its junction with the Severn, amidst
scenery of much beauty and grandeur. C. has a river
and coast trade in coal, iron, timber, bark, cider, &c.
Chepstow is now a sub-port of Gloucester. The river is
navigable for large vessels as far as the bridge, but
from the narrowness and depth of the channel the tide
forms a dangerous bore, frequently rising to the height
of 50 ft., and even higher. The castle (11th century),
which stands on the summit of a cliff washed by the
Wye, gradually sank into ruins after its capture by
Cromwell, but is still a magnificent pile.

Chequerkcnt, school, and ry. sta., SE. Lancashire,
34 miles SW. of Bolton.

Chcqners, seat, 24 miles SW. of Wendover, Bucks;
contains a valuable collection of relics of Cromwell.

Chcqners Inn.—3 miles N. of Baslow, N. Derbyshire.
—2. Chequers Inn, between Newport and Godshill,
Isle of Wight.

Clierhridge, hamlet, Lynton par., N. Devon, on
river Lyn, 114 miles E. of Ilfracombe.    _

CUerknry.—ancient camp with double ditch, NW.
Berks, 6 miles E. of Faringdon.—2. Ckertoury (Shrop-
shire). See Chirbuky.

½kerhill, par., N. Wilts, 3 miles SE. of Caine, 1817
ac., pop. 290; P.O. On the side of a chalk hill is the
figure of a horse, cut in the turf, 127 ft. long, and
visible 20 or 30 miles.

Cheristow, hamlet, Hartland par., N. Devon.

Cheriton.—par., AY. Glamorgan, on Burry inlet, 12
miles W. of Swansea, 1400 ac., 342 tidal water and 884
foreshore, pop. 173.—2. Cheriton, par. and vil., N.
Hants, 64 miles SE. of Winchester, 3064 ac., pop. 613;
P.O.—3. Cheriton, coast par., E. Kent, 2| miles NW.
of Folkestone, 1754 ac. and 45 foreshore, pop. 4053;
P.O., T.o.—4. Cheriton, locality, in co. and 34 miles
S. of Pembroke.

Cheriton, North, par., mid. Somerset, 2 miles SW.
of Wincanton, 1088 ac., pop. 228.

Cheriton, South, hamlet, Horsington par., mid.
Somerset, 34 miles SAY. of AYincanton.

Cheriton Bishop, par., E. Devon, 9 miles W. of
Exeter, 4875 ac., pop. 591; P.O.; contains the hamlet of
Cheriton Cross.

Cheriton Fitzpaine, par., N. Devon, 54 miles NE.
of Crediton, 5382 ac., pop. 769; P.O.

Ckerrington.—par., E. Gloucestershire, 54 miles
SE. of Stroud, 1880 ac., pop. 210.—2. Cherrington,
township, Edgmond par., S. Shropshire, 54 miles W. of
Newport, 1086 ac., pop. 183.—3. Cherrington, par.,

Gazetteer of the British Isles, Statistical and Topographical, by John Bartholomew, F.R.G.S.

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