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Cottlngley, vil., in par. and 14 mile SE. of Bingley,
S. div. AVest-Riding Yorkshire; P.O.; in vicinity is
Cottinglcy Hall.

Cottington, manor, 14 m. NW. of Deal,E. Kent; once
belonged to the great Kentish family of the Criols, and is
now an endowment of Bethlehem Hospital.

Cottingwith, East, township, Aughton par., East-
Riding Yorkshire, on river Derwent and Pocklington
Canal, 84 miles NE. of Selby, 1251 ac., pop. 259.

Cottingwith, West, hamlet, 8 miles NE. of Selby,
East-Riding Yorkshire.

Cottisford, par., N. Oxfordshire, 6 miles N. of
Bicester, 1506 ac., pop. 240.

Cottles, hamlet, 34 miles AV. of Melksham, N. Wilts;
in vicinity is Cottles House.

Cotton.—township, Sandbach par., mid. Cheshire,
on river Dane, 3 miles NE. of Middlewich, 375 ac., pop.
43.—2. Cotton, or Far Cotton, eccl. dist. (St Mary)
and hamlet, Hardingstone par., in co. and 2 miles S.
of Northampton, pop. 1814; P.O., called Far Cotton.—
3. Cotton, vil., in par. and 3 m. N. of AVem, Shropshire.
—4. Cotton, hamlet, Ruyton par,, N. Shropshire, 84
miles NW. of Shrewsbury.—5. Cotton, township, Alton
par., N. Staffordshire, 9 miles SE. of Leek, 2263 ac.,
pop. 648; contains the hamlets of Lower and Upper
Cotton.—6. Cotton, par. and hamlet, AV. Suffolk, 6
miles NE. of Stowmarket, 1921 ac., pop. 506.

Cotton, vil,, 1 mile E. of Rhynie, AV. Aberdeenshire.

Cotton Abbotts, township, Christleton par., AV.
Cheshire, 4 miles E. of Chester, 313 ac., pop. 13.

Cotton Edmunds, township, Christleton par., AV.
Cheshire, 44 miles SE. of Chester, 600 ac., pop. 48.

Cotton End, hamlet, Cardington par., in co. and 34
miles SE. of Bedford.

Cotton of Lownle, vil., Dunnichenpar., Forfarshire.

Cotton of St Mailoes, vil., St Madoes par., Perth.

Cottrell, seat, 54 miles E. of Cowbridge, Glamorgan.

Cotts, East, township, Bedford. See Eastcotts.

Cotwall and Moortown, place, Ercall Magna par.,
N. Shropshire, 54 miles NAV. of Wellington.

Cotwall End, vil., Sedgley par., W. Staffordshire, 2
miles NAV. of Dudley.

Concke’s Mill, vil., Boconnoc par., E. Cornwall, 3
miles E. of Lostwithiel.

Conflfnrach, vil., Rathven par., N. Banffshire.

Congbton.—hamlet, 2 miles S. of Ross, Hereford-
shire.—2. Conghton, par., township, and ry. sta., S.
AVarwickshire, on river Arrow, 2 miles N. of Alcester
—par., 3070 ac., pop. 767; township, 1186 ac., pop.
236; P.O.; contains Coughton Court (16th century),
seat of the Throckmorton family.

Coul.—seat, Contin par., SE. Ross-shire, 7 miles
SAV. of Dingwall.—2. Coul, seat, in par. and 1 mile
NE. of Auchterarder sta., SE. Perthshire.

Coni Mor, or Hrmnrunie, deer-forest, NW. Ross
and Cromarty, 13,060 ac.

Conlagh, hamlet, on Coulagh Bay, 4 miles NW. of
Bearhaven, SAV. co. Cork.

Coulatt, loch and rivulet, SE. Elginshire; the rivulet,
issuing from the loch, flows 64 miles SE. to river Spey
1 mile SE. of Knockando church.

Coulin, Anclmashellach, &c., deer-forest, Ross and
Cromarty, 49,580 ac. See

Coull.—par., S. Aberdeenshire, 3 miles NW. of
Aboyne sta., 9044 ac., pop. 783; has remains of Coull
Castle, in 13th century the seat of the Durwards.—2.
Coull, mining hamlet, in par. and 2 miles NAV. of
Markinch, mid. Fifeshire.

Coulmony, seat, Rathen par., E. Nairnshire.

Coulport, hamlet with pier, Roseneath par., Dum-
bartonshire, on E. shore of Loch Long, 4 miles NAV. of
Cove; there is a ferry between Coulport and Arden-
tinny, on AV. shore of Loch Long.

Coulsdon, par. and vil., mid. Surrey, 5 miles SAV. of
Croydon, 4314 ac., pop. 2589 ; P.O.; contains C. Court.

Coniston, East, par., N. Wilts, 54miles NE. of West-
bury ry. sta., 868 ac., pop. 103.

Couiston, West, tithing, Edington par., N. AVilts,
34 miles NE. of Westbury.

Coulter.—sta. on Caledonian Ry., Culter par., E.
Lanarkshire, 1£ mile SAV. of Biggar; p.o. See
—2. Coulter, loch, in co. and 5 miles SAV. of Stirling.

Coul ton.—hamlet, 5 miles S. of AVatchet, W. Somer-

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