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CootehiU.—market town and township withry. sta.,
Drumgoon par., NE. co. Cavan, on river Cootehill, 88
miles NW. of Dublin—township, 451 ac., pop. 1789;
P. o., T. o., 3 Banks. Market-days,
Friday and Saturday;
has some linen mfrs., and several corn and flax mills.
Lead ore and slate abound in the neighbourhood, but are
uot much worked. C. is a well-built town, and is situated
in a rich district, embellished with many fine seats.
—2. CootehiU, affluent of river Annalee, cos. Mona-
ghan and Cavan, at a point 4 miles W. of Cootehill town.

Cootham, hamlet, 6f miles NAY. of Steyning, W.
Sussex; P.O., called Cootham Common.

Copay, island, Sound of Harris, Inverness-shire.

Copdoek, par. and vil., E. Suffolk, 34 miles SAY. of
Ipswich, 954 ac., pop. 321; P.O., T.O.

Copeland Beck, hamlet, Appleby St Michael par.,
Westmorland, 14 mile SE. of Appleby.

Copeland Castle, ancient seat, on river Glen, N.
Northumberland, 4 miles NW. of Wooler.

Copeland Forest, lofty moorland tract, AV. Cumber-
land, between Ennerdale AVater and Wast AVater,
reaching in Pillar Fell an alt. of 2927 ft.

Copeland Islands, Bangor par., N. co. Down; the
largest only is inhabited, area, 295 ac., pop. 46. On
Small Copeland Island, 1 mile NE., is a lighthouse, with
fixed light (Copeland) seen at a distance of 16 miles.

Copford, par., E. Essex, 4 miles SAY. of Colchester,
2492 ac., pop. 710 ; P.O.; contains Copford Hall.

Copgrove, par. and ry. sta., E. div. AYest-Riding
Yorkshire, 44 m. N. of Knaresborough, 860 ac., pop. 88.

Cophcad, wooded hill crowned with cromlech, S.
AYilts, 14 mile NE. of AVarminster.

Cop inshay, island (1 mile by 4 mile), Orkney, off SE.
coast of Mainland, pop. 5; is a resort of sea-fowl.
Horse of Coplnshay, islet, lies 4 mile off its NE. end.

Cople, par., in co. and 4 miles SE. of Bedford, 2109
ac., pop. 459; P.O.; contains Cople House,

Copley, ry. sta., N. div. AYest-Riding Yorkshire, 2
miles S. of Halifax ; p.o.

Copmanhnrst, locality, Blidworth par., Sherwood
Forest, S. Notts.

Copmanthorpe, township and ry. sta., St Mary
Bishopshill Junior par., West-Riding Yorkshire, near
river Ouse, 4 m. SW. of York, 1656 ac., pop. 311; p.o.

Copp, eccl. dist. (St Anne) and vil., St Michael-on-
Wyre and Kirkham pars., N. Lancashire, pop. 1067.
The vil. is 3 miles SE. of Garstang.

Coppards Gap, hamlet, 4 mile from Portslade sta.,
AY. Sussex.

Coppathorne, N. Devon, 5 m. NE. of Stratton; P.O.

Copped Hall, seat, 24 m. W. of Epping sta., W. Essex.

Copped Wood Hill, eminence, 6 miles SAY. of Ross,
Herefordshire ; commands a view of 8 counties.

CoppcnhaU.—par., AY. Cheshire, 5 miles NE. of
Nantwich, 2871 ac., pop. 27,264; consists of the town-
ships of Chnrch CoppenhaU and Monks Coppen-
hall, the latter conterminous with the mun. bor. of
Crewe.—2. Coppenhall, township, Penkridge par., in
AY. of co. and 3 miles SAY. of Stafford, pop. 86.

Copperclench, Lyne par., S. Peeblesshire, near AY.
shore of St Mary’s Loch, 17 miles SAY. of Selkirk; P.O.

Copping Sykc, par., S. Lincolnshire, 1 mile SW. of
Swineshead, pop. 23.

Copplngford, par., in co. and 7 miles NW. of Hun-
tingdon, 1030 ac., pop. 86.

Copplestone, vil. withry. sta., Colebrook and Credi-
ton pars., N. Devon, 4 miles NW. of Crediton; P.O.

CoppnU, township with ry. sta., Standish par., N.
Lancashire, 44 miles NAY. of Wigan, 2280 ac., pop. 1826;
P.O., called Coppul; contains Coppull Moor, school.

Copse HaU, seat of the Earl of Cottenham, near
AVimbledon, mid. Surrey.

Copson, hamlet, AYolvey par., N. Warwickshire, 5
miles SE. of Nuneaton.

Copston Magna, hamlet and school, Monks Kirby
par., N. Warwick, 64 miles SE. of Nuneaton, pop. 118.

Copt Hall, seat, 2 miles W. of Epping, AY. Essex.

Copt Hewlck, township, Ripon par., E. div. West-
Riding Yorkshire, 2 m. SE. of Ripon, 661 ac., pop. 233.

Copt Oak, eccl. dist. (St Peter) and hamlet, Mark-
field, Newtown Linford, and 4 other pars., N. Leices-
tershire, pop. 460. The hamlet is on the Wolds, near
Charnwood Forest, 5 miles SAY. of Loughborough.

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

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