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Forest, N. Notts, on river Maun, 3 m. NE. of Mansfield,
3910 ae., pop. 256; the Duke of Portland’s irrigation
meadows and canal are situated at C.; 5 miles NE. of
Mansfield are the ruins of Clipstone Palace, said to
have been erected by one of the Saxon kings of North- I
umbria; it was a favourite resort of the Norman kings,
who came to hunt in Sherwood Forest.

Clist,—stream, E. Devon ; rises 34 miles SE. of Cul-
lompton, and flows 5 miles SW. to the Exe at Topsham.
2. Clist, par., Devon. See Broad Clist.

Clist Honiton, or Honiton Clist, par., E. Devon,

5 miles NE. of Exeter, 1725 ac., pop. 302.

Clist Hydon, par., E. Devon, 4 miles SE. of Cul-
lompton, 1725 ac., pop. 277; P.O., called Clyst Hydon.

CUst St George, par., E. Devon, on river Clist, 4
miles SE. of Exeter, 1066 ac. (25 water), pop. 266.

Clist St Lawrence, par., E. Devon, on river Clist,
5J miles SE. of Cullompton, 1060 ac., pop. 120.

Clist St Mary, par., E. Devon, on r. Clist, 4 m. SE. of
Exeter, 582 ac., pop. 168 ; P.O., called Clyst St Mary.

CUston, hundred, E. Devon, 15,471 ac., pop. 3271.

Clitheroe, mun. bor., township, and market town,
Whalley par., NE. Lancashire, on river Ribble and at
foot of Pendle Hill, 10J miles NE. of Blackburn, 35
miles N. of Manchester, and 220 miles NW. of
London by rail, 2375 ac., pop. 10,176; 2 Banks.
Tuesday ; has extensive cotton and print
industries, paper-mills, foundries, and brick and lime
works. C. was a bor. by prescription as early as the
11th century. Its castle, dismantled by the Parlia-
mentary forces in 1649, and now a ruin, was founded by
the Lacys in the 12th century. The Honor of C., for a
long time a part of the Duchy of Lancaster, is now
in the possession of the Buccleuch family. The bor.
returned 1 member to Parliament until 1885.

Clitheroe Castle, par., NE. Lancashire, adjacent to
Clitheroe, 6 ac., pop. 16.

Clitheroe Division, pari. div. of NE. Lancashire,
pop. 65,476.

Ciive.—township, in par. and 2 m. SW. of Middlewich,
mid. Cheshire, near r. Weaver, 482 ac., pop. 165.—2.
Clive, eccl. dist. and hamlet, St Mary par., N. Shrop-
shire, pop. 393. The hamlet is 3 miles S. of Wem; P.O.

Cliviger, township, Whalley par., NE. Lancashire,
34 miles SE. of Burnley, 6819 ac., pop. 1952; has iron,
coal, and lead mines.

Clixby, township, Caistor par., N. Lincolnshire, on
the Wolds, 2 miles NW. of Caistor, pop. 45.

Cloakbam Honse, 1 m. N. of Axminster, E. Devon.

Cloanden, seat, 2 miles SE. of Auchterarder, SE.

Cloanmines, vil., 5 miles SW. of Castletown, Bear-
haven, SW. co. Cork, pop. 386.

Cloatly, hamlet, Hankerton par., N. Wilts, 34 miles
NE. of Malmesbury.

Clobeinon, vil., 5 m. W. of Ferns, W. co. Wexford.

Clober, seat and extensive bleachfield, New Kil-
patrick par., Stirlingshire, adjacent to Milngavie.

Cloeacnog, par., Denbighshire, 34 miles SW. of
Ruthin, 7182 ac., pop. 421; P.O.

Clocb Point, headland, Innerkip par., NW. Ren-
frewshire, opposite Dunoon, which is distant If mile;
has a lighthouse, with fixed light (Cloch) seen 7 miles.

Clocban, vil., Rathven par., NW. Banffshire, 2|
miles SE. of Port Gordon; P.O.

Clocbcan, hamlet with school, Old Deer par., NE.
Aberdeenshire, 8 miles SW. of Stuartfield.

Clocbnaben, summit, Strachan par., NW. Kin-
cardineshire, 9 miles SW. of Banchory, alt. 1944 ft.

Clochoderlck, huge isolated rock, in par. and 2 miles
SW. of Kilbarchan, Renfrewshire; 22 ft. long, 17
broad, and 12 high.

Clock Face, ry. sta., 2f miles S. of St Helens, SW.

Clocksbriggs, ry. sta., in co. and 24 m. NE. of Forfar.

Cloddiau, Great and Little, hamlet, Kerry par.,
Montgomeryshire, 3 miles E. of Newtown.

Clodiagh.—rivulet, N. King’s co., flowing 8 miles
W. to river Brosna.—2. Clodiagh, affluent of river
Suir, near Portlaw, N. co. Waterford; 19 miles long.

Clodock, par. and vil., in co. and 134 miles SW. of
Hereford, 17,833 ac., pop. 1458. The vil. is on W.
border of co., under the Black Mountains.

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