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Dawdon, township, Dalton-le-Dalepar., N. Durham,
64 miles SE. of Sunderland, 1089 ac. (108 water), pop.
7714. See
Seaham Harbour.

Dawes Green, hamlet, on river Mole, 3 miles SAY.
of Reigate, mid. Surrey.

Dawes Heatb, hamlet, Thundersley par., S. Essex,
4 miles SE. of Rayleigh.

Dawlck, ancient par., Peeblesshire, now divided
between Drumelzier and Stobo.

Dawlck House, seat, £m. SW.of Stobo sta.,Peebles;
the seat, from the 13th to the end of the 17th century,
of the Yeitches, and since that time of the Naesmyths.

Hawley.—town and par., Shropshire, on Shrews-
bury Canal, 4 miles SE. of Wellington and 161 miles
NAY. of London, 2743 ac., pop. 9200; P.O., T.O., 2
Banks; has extensive ironworks and coal mines; con-
tains Dawley Bank, hamlet with school; P.O.; and
Dawlcy Parva, eccl. dist., pop. 2063; P.O., called
Little Dawley.—2. Dawley, hamlet, Middlesex, 3
miles SE. of Uxbridge; in vicinity is Dawley Court.

Dawlish, town and par. with ry. sta., E. Devon, at
mouth of river Dawlish, 3 m. NE. of Teignmoutli and
206 m. SW. of London—par. 5512 ac. (495 water), pop.
4519; town, pop. 3977; P.O., T.O., 2 Banks, 2 news-
papers ; stands in a sheltered valley, between the
mouths of the Teign and the Exe. From its beauti-
ful situation and its genial climate D. has become
one of the most popular seaside resorts in Devon.

Dawns Men, or Dancing Stones, stone circle, W.
Cornwall, 6 miles SW. of Penzance.

Dawpool, school, Wirral dist., W. Cheshire.

Daws Hngo, cavern, coast of Cornwall, 3 miles NE.
of Lizard Head.

Dawsholm, vil., Dumbartonshire. See Dalsholm.

Dawsongrove, seat, co. Monaghan; post-tn., Dartrey.

Daybrook, hamlet with ry. sta., in co. and 3 miles
N. of Nottingham.

Daykllls, hamlet, Milwich and Sandon pars., W.
Staffordshire, 54 miles SE. of Stone.

Daylcsford, par., E. Worcestershire, 1£ mile SE. of
Addlestrop ry. sta., 653 ac., pop. 119; contains D. House.

Dayrell, par., Bucks. See Lillingstone-Dayrell.

Day well, hamlet, AYhittington par., N. Shropshire,
2 miles NE. of Oswestry.

Hazard, hamlet, W. coast of Cornwall, 14 mile NE.
of St Gennys; in vicinity is Hazard Point, headland,
on S. side of Widemouth Bay, 6 miles SAY. of Bude
Haven ; alt. 550 ft.

Ddaw, river, Glamorgan ; rises near Llanhary, and
flows 12 miles SE. past Cowbridge to Bristol Channel.

Dderw, seat, 3 m. NE. of Talgarth, Brecknockshire.

Dduallt, ry. sta., NW. Merioneth, 94 miles NE. of

De Lank, hamlet and rivulet (tributary of river
Camel), E. Cornwall, 6 miles N. of Bodmin.

Deacon Brook, hamlet, Cawthorne par., S. div.
West-Riding Yorkshire, 4 miles NW. of Barnsley.

Deacons Hill, eminence, near Edgware, Middlesex.

Dead Burn, rivulet, Peeblesshire; flows 3 miles
SW. to Lyne AYater, 24 miles SE. of Linton.

Dead Loch, marshy pool, on Yarrow Water, Selkirk-
shire; traditionally the burial-place of the slain in a
local combat.

Dead m an gil l, rivulet and ravine, E. of Mouswald par.,
Dumfries; traditionally an ancient place of execution.

Headmans Bay, at ChesilBank, on coast of Dorset;
was formerly the scene of numerous shipwrecks.

Deadmans Cross, hamlet, Hawnes par., in co. and
6 miles S. of Bedford.

Deadmans Green, hamlet, Checkley par., N. Staf-
fordshire, 3 miles SE. of Cheadle.

Headmens Holm, alluvial land, Tarbolton par.,
Ayrshire, opposite the mouth of Bloody Burn; tradi-
tionally the scene of a massacre.

Deadriggs, in par. and 1 mile N. of Eccles, Berwick-
shire ; traditionally the scene of a battle.

Headwater, ry. sta., on the Border, 5| miles E. oi
Riccarton junc.; is named from a neighbouring morass
(Dead Water), in NE. of Castleton par., Roxburghshire.

Dead wen, vil., Whalley par., SE. Lancashire, 2
miles E. of Haslingden.

Heal, municipal borough, market town, seaport, aud
par. with ry. sta., E. Kent, 4 miles SE. of Sandwich

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