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Court of Hill, seat, S. Shropshire, near Tenbury.

CourteenhaIl,par.,in co. and 5 m. S. of Northampton,
1330 ac., pop. 175; P.O.; contains Courteen Hall.

Courtenay’s Gate, entrance into Bossenden Wood,
part of the forest of the Blean, near Canterbury, E. Kent.

Courtfield Castle, ancient seat of the Vaughans,

W. Gloucestershire, 8 miles NE. of Monmouth.

CourthlU, common name in Scotland of mounds
formerly used as seats of justice.

Courthouses, hamlet, Scotterpar., N. Lincolnshire,

9¼ miles NE. of Gainsborough.

Conrthoyle, vil., 6 m. E. of New Ross, co. Wexford.

Courtland, seat, 1¼ mile N. of Exmouth, E. Devon.

Courtmacsherry, fishing vil., Lislee par., S. co.
Cork, on Courtmacsherry Bay (6 miles by 2 miles), 10
miles S. of Bandon ry. sta., pop. 434 ; P.O.

Courtmacuddy, school, Rossdroitpar., co. Wexford.

Court matrix, hamlet, near Rathkeale, co. Limerick.

Courtney, par., Berks. See Sutton-Courtney.—2.
Courtney, par., Oxford. See

Conrtown, seat, 1 m. SAY. of Kilcock, N. co. Kildare.

Courtown Harbour, fishing vil., 3¼ miles SE. of
Gorey, NE. co. Wexford, pop. 348; P.O. ; Courtown
House, seat of the Earl of Courtown, is adjacent.

Courttown, seat, 2 miles NW. of Athy, co. Kildare, ;

Courtway, hamlet, Spaxton par., W. Somerset, 3¼
miles NW. of Bridgwater.

Court-y-Belia, school, Newportdist., Monmouthshire.

Court-yr-AIa, seat, 4 m. S. of Llandaff, Glamorgan.

Consland, vil., Cranston par., E. Edinburghshire,3¼
miles NE. of Dalkeith ; P.O.

Consley Wood, vil., E. Sussex, on border of co., 6
miles SE. of Tunbridge Wells ; P.O.

Couston, ancient castle, in par. and adjacent to
Bathgate, Linlithgowshire.

Coustonholm Paper Mill, 1¼ mile from Pollok- i
shaws, E. Renfrewshire.    [

ConthaUy Castle, Lanark. See Cowti-ially.

Couttle, hamlet, Bendochy par., E. Perthshire, on
river Isla, 1 mile NW. of Coupar-Angus.

Cove.—eccl. dist. (St John) and hamlet, Yateley par.,

N. Hants, pop. 1091; P.O.—2. Cove, hamlet, 4¼ miles
N. of Tiverton, N. Devon; P.O.

Cove.—fishing vil. with ry. sta., Nigg par., NE. Kin-
cardineshire, 4 miles S. of Aberdeen, pop. 565 ; P.O.—

2. Cove, fishing hamlet, in par. and near Cockburns-
path, N. Berwickshire.—3. Cove, seat, 1 mile W. of
Kirkpatrick ry. sta., SE. Dumfriesshire.

Cove.—vil., 1¼ mile E. of Kinsale, S. co. Cork, pop.
268.—2. Cove, or Queenstown: which see.

Cove, North, par., E. Suffolk, near river AVaveney,

2 miles SE. of Beccles, 1242 ac., pop. 230.

Cove, South, par., E. Suffolk, near the coast, 5¼
miles E. of Brampton ry. sta., 1214 ac., pop. 157.

Cove a Chiaran, cave, near Campbeltown, Kintyre,
Argyllshire; anciently the residence of St Ciaran, the
apostle and patron saint of Kintyre.

Cove and Kilcreggan, or Kilcreggan and Cove,
police burgh, Roseneath par., SW. Dumbarton, 6 miles
NW. of Greenock, pop. 816; P.O., T.O., called Cove.

Covehithe, or North Hales, coast par., E. Suffolk,

4¼ miles NE. of South wold, 1553 ac., pop. 173.

Coven, eccl. dist. (St Paul), Brewood par., W. Staf-
fordshire, pop. 606; P.O.

Coveney, par., township, and vil,, mid. Cambridge-
shire, 3¼ miles NW. of Ely—par., 7249 ac., pop. 1639;
township, 2481 ac., pop. 488; P.O.

Covenham, hamlet, 5 miles NE. of Louth, N. Lin-
colnshire; P.O.

Covenham St Bartholomew and Covenham St
Mary, 2 pars., N. Lincolnshire, 5 miles NE. of Louth—

C. St B., 1340 ac., pop. 278; C. St M., 950 ac., pop. 128.

Coventry, pari, and mun. bor. and market town, N.
AYarwickshire, on the Sherbourne and Radford Brook,

18 miles SE. of Birmingham and 94 NW. of London by
rail—pari, bor., 6448 ac., pop. 46,563; mun. bor., 1430
ac., pop. 42,111; 3 Banks, 6 newspapers. Market-day,
Friday. C. is an ancient city (the bishopric, founded
in 656, was in 1121 united to the see of Lichfield), with
numerous fine old churches, schools, and hospitals. It
derives its name (Conventre, or convent town) from a
priory built (or rebuilt) in 1043 by Leofric and his wife
Lady Godiva, of whom there is a curious and well-known

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