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Colebrooke.—par., N. Devon, 5 miles W. of Cre-
diton, 4989 ac., pop. 705.— 2. Colebrooke, vil.,
Plympton St Mary par., S. Devon.

Colebrooke.—seat, on river Colebrooke, 3 miles NE.
of Brookeborough and 5 miles NE. of Macguire’s Bridge
ry. sta., E. co. Fermanagh.—2. Colebrooke, river,
rising in co. Monaghan, and flowing about 20 miles AV.
and SAV. to Upper Lough Erne, co. Fermanagh.

Colebrooke Park, seat, near Tunbridge, mid. Kent.

Coleby.—par., in mid. of co. and 6 miles S. of Lin-
coln, on the AVolds, 2600 ac., pop. 435; P.O.; contains
Coleby Hall.—2. Coleby, hamlet, AVest Halton and
Burton-on-Stather pars., N. Lincolnshire, 84 miles AV.
of Barton on Humber ; in vicinity is Coleby Hall.

Coledalc, hamlet, Crosthwaite par., AV. Cumberland,
on r. Derwent and Derwent AVater, 1 m. NAV. of Keswick.

Coleford.—vil., Colebrooke par., N. Devon, 34 miles
NAV. of Crediton. — 2. Coleford, market town with
ry. sta., AV. Gloucestershire, on border of Dean Forest,
4 miles SE. of Monmouth and 141 miles AV. of London,
pop. 2709 ; P.O., T.o., 1 Bank, 3 newspapers. Market-
Friday; has coal mines and ironworks.—3. Cole-
ford, town, Kilmersdon par., E. Somerset, 7 miles NAV.
of Frome ry. sta. and 115 miles SAV. of London, pop.
1586; P.O., T.O., 1 newspaper.

Colcgate, eccl. dist., Horsham and Lower Beeding
pars., AV. Sussex, pop. 481.

Colebain, eccl. dist. (St John), ry. sta., and S.
suburb of Shrewsbury, S. Shropshire, pop. 4009.

ColehiU, 6m. SAV. ofEdgeworthstown, Longford; P.O.

Colemere, hamlet, in par. and 2 miles SE. of Elles-
mere, N. Shropshire. See

Colemore, par., N. Hants, 5 miles SAV. of Alton ry.
sta., 1472 ac., pop. 100.

Coleraine.—bar., NE. Londonderry, on left bank of
river Bann, 85,837 ac., pop. 21,687.—2. Coleraine, NE.
Liberties of, NE. co. Londonderry, adjacent to above
bar., on right bank of river Bann, 18,007 ac., pop.
10,233.—3. Coleraine, seaport, market town, par.,
and township, NE. co. Londonderry, in the above
bar. and liberties, on river Bann, 4 miles from the
sea, 33 miles NE. of Londonderry, 61 miles NW.
of Belfast, and 152 miles N. by AV. of Dublin by
rail—par., 4839 ac., pop. 6295; township (partly in
Killowen par.), 207 ac., pop. 5899; 4 Banks, 2 news-
papers. Market-days,
Monday, Wednesday, and Satur-
day ;
stands on the right bank of the river, and is con-
nected by a handsome stone bridge, 288 ft. long, with
the suburb of AVaterside or Killowen, on the left bank
of the river. Coleraine has long carried on the linen
trade, and a fine description of cloth is known as
“ Coleraines. ” Pork-curing is extensively prosecuted.
The salmon fishery on the Bann is very productive,
and considerable quantities of fish are exported. There
is a distillery. Vessels of 200 tons can discharge at the
quay, but the real port of the town is Portrush, 5 miles
NE. (For shipping statistics, see Appendix.) The
bor. returned-1 member to Parliament till 1885.

Coleridge.—hundred, S. Devon, 50,218 ac., pop.
10,676; contains 17 pars. — 2. Coleridge, par., N.
Devon, on river Taw, 5 miles S. of Chumleigh, 3670
ac., pop. 461; contains Coleridge House.

Colerne, par., N. Wilts, 8 miles SAV. of Chippen-
ham, 3620 ac., pop. 1056; P.O.

Coles Hall, seat, 3 m. SAV. of Mayfield, E. Sussex.

Coles Hill, eminence, in co. and near Flint.

Coles Park, seat, 4 miles SE. of Buntingford, Herts.

Colesborne, par., E. Gloucestershire, among the
Cotswold Hills, 7 miles SE. of Cheltenham, 2200 ac.,
pop. 286; contains Colesborne Park.

ColeshUl.—par. and vil., chiefly in Berks, but partly
in Wilts, on river Cole, 34 miles SW. of Faringdon,
2014 ac., pop. 309; P.O. Coleskill House, seat of the
Earl of Radnor, is 1 m. SE. of vil.—2. ColeshUl, hamlet,
1 mile SW. of Amersham, S. Bucks; P.O.—3. Coles-
bill, hundred, E. Flintshire, 34,981 ac., pop. 21,101;
contains 5 pars.—4. Coleshill, market town and par.
with ry. sta., N. AVarwickshire, on river Cole, 10 miles
NE. of Birmingham and 108 miles NAV. of London,
6200 ac., pop. 2356; P.O., T.o., 2 Banks, 1 newspaper.
Wednesday; contains Coleshill House
and Coleshill Park, the latter the seat of Earl Digby,
to whom Coleshill gives the title of viscount.

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