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Ellcrdine, hamlet, Ercall Magna par., N. Shropshire,
6| miles NAY. of AVellington.

Ellergill, hamlet, near Orton, Westmorland.

Ellcrgrcen, seat, 2 m. NW. of Kendal, AYestmorland.

Ellcrington, S. Northumberland. See Elrington.

Ellerker, township, Brantingham par., East-Riding
Yorkshire, 1 mile S. of South Cave, 2144 ac., pop. 296.

Ellers, High and Low, 2 hamlets, Cantley par.,
S. div. AYest-Riding Yorkshire, 2 m. SE. of Doncaster.

Ellerton.—hamlet, Cheswardine par., N. Shropshire,
5 miles NAY. of Newport.—2. Ellerton, par., East-
Riding Yorkshire, on river Derwent, 84 miles NE. of
Selby, 2555 ac., pop. 282.

Ellerton Abbey, township and seat, Downholme
par., North-Riding Yorkshire, on river Swale, 64 miles
SW. of Richmond, 1665 ac., pop. 44; has vestiges of a
nunnery of time of Henry II.

Ellerton upon Swale, township, in par. and 1|
mile SE. of Catterick, North-Riding Yorkshire, 1635
ac., pop. 172.

Ellcsltorough, par. and vil., Bucks, 24 miles SAY.
of AVendover, 3595 ac., pop. 608.

Ellesmere, market town and township with ry. sta.
N. Shropshire, and par. (partly also in Flintshire), on
Ellesmere (Aelsmere) Mere and Canal, 11 miles SAY. of
AVhitchurch by rail—par., 28,046 ac., pop. 5782; town-
ship, 25,922 ac., pop. 5452 ; town, pop. 1875; P.O., T.O.,
3 Banks. Market-day,
Tuesday ; has malting and tan-
ning. From the bowling green on the site of the old
castle parts of 9 counties may be seen.

Ellesmere Canal, N. AVales, Shropshire, and Che-
shire ; passes Ellesmere, AVhitchurch, Nantwich, and
Chester, and proceeds to the Mersey at Ellesmere Port;
sends off several branches, and connects the Severn with
the canal and river system of the North of England;
3 miles from Chirk is the Ellesmere Aqueduct, con-
structed by Telford in 1805; it consists of 19 stone
arches, supporting an iron trough 1007 ft. long.

Ellesmere Port, eccl. dist. and vil. with ry. sta., East-
ham par., AY. Cheshire, pop. 1440; the vil. is at the mouth
of the Ellesmere Canal, 10 miles N. of Chester ; P.O.

Elicy Green, hamlet, Corsham par., N. AYilts, 8
miles NE. of Bath.

Ellingham.—par., S. Hants, on river Avon, 21- miles
N. of Ringwood, 2559 ac., pop. 284.—2. Ellingham,
par. and ry. sta., S. Norfolk, on river AVaveney, 2 miles
NE. of Bungay, 1379 ac., pop. 340; P.O.; contains
Ellingham Hall.—3. Ellingham, par. and township,
N. Northumberland, 64 miles SE. of Belford—par.,
9369 ac., pop. 736; township, 3176 ac., pop. 225; con-
tains Ellingham Hall.

Ellingham, Great, par. and vil., S. Norfolk, 2 miles
N. of Attleborough, 2670 ac., pop. 652; P.O.

Ellingham, Little, par. and vil., W. Norfolk, 4 miles
NAY. of Attleborough, 1540 ac., pop. 318.

Ellingstring, township, Masham par., North-Riding
Yorkshire, 5 miles SE. of Middleham, 430 ac., pop. 116.

Ellington.—par., in co. and 5 miles AY. of Hunting-
don, 2910ac., pop. 391; P.O.—2. Ellington, hamlet, nr.
Ramsgate, E. Kent; in vicinity is Ellington House.—

3. Ellington, township, Woodhorn par., N. Northum-
berland, 6 m. NE. of Morpeth, 2257 ac., pop. 225 ; P.O.

Ellingtons, township, Masham par., North-Riding
Yorkshire, 2 miles NAY. of Masham, 1791 ac., pop. 89.

Eiltnorton, vil., Kirriemuir par., Forfarshire.

Elliot Junction, ry. sta. (for Carmylie), 14 mile
SW. of Arbroath, Forfarshire.

Elliot Water, SE. Forfarshire; flows 8 miles SE. to
the sea at Elliot Junction.

Eliistield, or Illslleld, par. and vil., N. Hants, 4
miles S. of Basingstoke, 2349 ac., pop. 254.

Ellishlll, seat, in par. and 24 miles NW. of Peter-
head, E. Aberdeenshire.

Elllslaud, farm, on the Nith, in co. and 6 miles NAY.
of Dumfries ; was occupied by the poet Burns (1788-91).

Elliston Honse, 24 miles S. of St Boswells, Rox-

Elliston Tower, ruin, near foot of Castle Semple
Loch, Renfrewshire ; was the seat of the Sempill family
until about 1550.

Ellistown, 1 m.fromBagworth sta.,S.Leicester; P.O.

Elloc, wapentake, S. Lincolnshire, at extreme S. of
co., 183,840 ac., pop. 38,739 ; contains 12 pars.

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

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