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tion with the Exe, 8 m. NW. of Exeter—par., 12,309
ac., pop. 5747 ; town, pop. 4165; P.O., T.o., 3 Banks, 1
newspaper. Market-day,
Saturday. C. is an ancient
town; it was the seat of a bishopric from 909 to 1049,
and in the reign of Edward I. it returned 2 members to
Parliament. It has, however, assumed a modern appear-
ance, the old houses having been destroyed by the fires
of 1743 and 1769. Its chief industries now are shoe-
making and agriculture.

Crediton (or Northern) Division, pari, division of
Devon, pop. 50,188.

Cree, river, rising on Polmaddie Hill, S. Ayrshire,
and flowing 25 miles SE. along boundary between Wig-
town and Kirkcudbright to head of Wigtown Bay.

Cree, 9 miles from Kilrush, S. co. Clare; P.O.

Creebridge, vil., Minnigaff par., W. Kirkcudbright-
shire, on river Cree, opposite Newton-Stewart.

Creebyther, hamlet, Llanfihangel-Beguildy par., N.
Radnorshire, 9| miles NW. of Knighton.

Creech, tithing, Church Knowle par., SE. Dorset,
2 miles S. of Wareham; has large quarries.

Creech, West, hamlet, Steeple par., SE. Dorset, 34
miles SW. of Wareham.

Creech Barrow, 24 miles NW. of Corfe Castle,
Dorset, 369 ft. high ; commands a fine prospect.

CrcechHill, eminence, Somerset, 14m.NAV.of Bruton.

Creech Place, extra-parochial tract, S. Hants, 4
miles NE. of Fareham.

Creech St Michael, par., AV. Somerset, 2304 ac.,
pop. 1166; P.O.; contains Creech St Michael Paper
Works, 3 miles NE. of Taunton.

Creed.—par. and township, W. Cornwall, on river
Fal, 64 miles SW. of St Austell—par., 2865 ac., pop.
645; township, 2666 ac., pop. 244.—2. Creed, tithing,
Bosham par., W. Sussex, 4 miles SW. of Chichester.

Creed, rivulet, running 9| miles E. to Stornoway
Harbour, Lewis island, Outer Hebrides.

Crcedy, river, N. Devon; flows 11 miles SE. past
Crediton to the Exe, 2 miles above Exeter.

Crecdy Park, seat, 1 m. N. of Crediton, N. Devon.

Crecgh, rivulet, Clare, flowing 12 m. W. to Mai Bay.

Creek’s Month, school, Barking par., S. Essex.

Creeksea, or Crixca, par., E. Essex, on river Crouch,
84 miles SE. of Maldon ry. sta., 867 ac., pop. 147.

Creeslough, vil., N. coast of Donegal, 35 miles NAV.
of Strabane ry. sta., pop. 155; P.O., 1 Bank.

Creetlng All Saints, Creeting St Mary, and erect-
ing St Olave, 3 adjacent pars., E. Suffolk, 2 m. SE. of
Stowmarket, area (of the 3 pars.) 3135 ac.; pop., C. All
Saints, 300; C. St Mary, 237 (P.O.); C. St Olave, 45.

Creeting St Peter, par., E. Suffolk, 24 miles SE. of
Stowmarket, 1335 ac., pop. 239.

Crecton, par. and hamlet, S. Lincolnshire, 3 m. SE.
of Corby—par., 1003 ac., pop. 124 ; hamlet, pop. 51.

Creetown, small seaport with ry. sta., W. Kirkcud-
brightshire, at head of Wigtown Bay, 64 miles SE. of
Newton-Stewart, pop. 979; P.O., T.O.; in the vicinity
are valuable granite quarries. The neighbourhood is
the scene of part of
Guy Mannering ; Dirk Hatteraick’s
cave is on the coast, 5 miles SE.

Crccve, par., N. co. Roscommon, 6 miles SW. of
Carrick-on-Shannon, 4573 ac., pop. 779.

Crcevelea Abbey, ruins, near Drumahaire, N. co.

Cregdotla, hamlet, N. co. Galway, 3 m. W. of Cong.

Cregg.—hamlet, 2 miles NAV. of Ballyvaghan, N. co.
Clare.—2. Cregg, seat, 2 miles NE. of Carrick-on-Suir,
SE. co. Tipperary.

Cregg Castle.—seat, on river Cregg, in co. and 8
miles NE. of Galway.—2. Cregg Castle, seat, 2 miles
W. of Fermoy, NE. co. Cork.

Cregg Ilouse, seat, near the coast, in co. and 3 miles
NW. of Sligo.

Cregg Point, headland, in Lough Derg, 4 miles SAV.
of Portumna, SE. co. Galway.

Creggacarcen, school, Inishmore par., co. Galway.

Creggan, par., S. co. Armagh and NAV. co. Louth, on
Creggan rivulet, 6 miles NW. of Dundalk, 24,813 ac.,
pop. 9990.

Creggan Ferry, ferry across Loch Fyne, Argyllshire,
at Strachur, 4 miles SE. of Inveraray.

Creggs, vil., Kilbegnet par., NE. co. Galway, 4miles
S. of Donamon sta., pop. 150 ; P.O. Market-day,


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