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El sing, par., N. Norfolk, 4 4 miles NE. of Dereham,
1511 ac., pop. 390;
P.O.; contains Elsing Hall.

Elsluck, township and ry. sta., Broughton par., N.
div. West-Riding Yorkshire, 44 miles SW. of Skipton,
1747 ac., pop. 82;

Elson.—eccl. dist. and vil., Alverstoke par., S. Hants,
pop. 1981; the vil. is 1 mile NW. of Gosport; 1 mile
N. of vil. is Elson Fort, one of five forts between the
Solent and Fareham.—2. Elson, hamlet, in par. and 2
miles NW. of Ellesmere, N. Shropshire.

Elsrickle, or Ellsrirtge Hill, vil., Walston par.,
Lanarkshire, 4 miles NE. of Biggar.

Elstead, par. and vil., W. Surrey, on river Wey, 5
miles SW. of Godalming, 4106 ac., pop. 679;

Elsted, par. and vil. with ry. sta., AY. Sussex, 4|
miles W. of Midhurst, 1840 ac., pop. 208; the vil. is
1 mile S. of sta.

Elsternwick, township, Humbletonpar., East-Riding
Yorkshire, 4 miles NE. of Hedon, 1155 ac., pop. 98. _

Elstborpe, hamlet, Edenham par., S. Lincolnshire,
on river Glen, 4 miles E. of Corby.

Elstob, township, Great Stainton par., S. Durham,
8 miles NW. of Stockton-upon-Tees, 738 ac., pop. 74.

Elston.—township, Preston par., N. Lancashire, on
river Ribble, 5 miles NE. of Preston, 962 ac. (29 water),
pop. 43.—2. Elston, par. and vil., S. Notts, near river
Trent, 54 m. SW. of Newark, 1640 ac., pop. 453 ; P.O.;
contains Elston HaU.—3. Elston, hamlet, St George
Orcheston par., S. Wilts, 64 miles NAY. of Amesbury.

Elstow, par. and vil., in co. and 1J mile S. of Bed-
ford, 1522 ac., pop. 558;
P.O.; birthplace of John
Bunyan (1628-1688).

Elstree, par. and vil. (ry. sta. Elstree and Boreham
Wood), on S. border of Herts, 7 miles S. of St Albans,
1508 ac., pop. 662 ;
P.O., T.o.

Elstnb and Evcrley, hundred, partly in S. but
chiefly in N. AYilts, 38,072 ac., pop. 6372.

Elswlck.—township, Newcastle St John par., S.
Northumb., in W. of Newcastle pari, bor., 807 ac. and
97 tidal water, pop. 34,642; contains Els wick Hall; at
Elswick are Sir William Armstrong’s ordnance works.—
2. Elswlck, township, St Michael on Wyre par., N.
Lancashire, 4 m. N. of Kirkham, 1037 ac., pop. 242; p.o.

Elsworlh, par., W. Cambridgeshire, 3 miles NE. of
Caxton, 3700
ac., pop. 673; P.O.

Elswortby Barrows, ancient British camp, on E.
point of Brendon Hills, Somerset, 7 m. SAY. of AVatchet.

Elsynge Hall, at Enfield, Middlesex; was a resi-
dence of Edward IV. and of Queen Elizabeth.

Elterwater, vil. and tarn, on W. border of AYestmor-
land ; tarn (3 miles in circuit), at junction of Great
Langdale and Little Langdale; vil., adjacent to tarn,
and 3 miles W. of Ambleside;
P.O., T.o.; at head of
tarn is Elterwater Hall.

Fltham, par. and township with ry. sta., Kent-
4424 ac., pop. 5827; township (in pari. bor. of Woolwich),
3782 ac., pop. 5048;
P.O., T.o.; there are some remains
of Flltbam Palace, a residence of the English kings
from Henry III. to Henry VIII.

Elthorne, hundred, on W. border of Middlesex,
36,297 ac„ pop. 39,291; contains 15 pars.

Eltisley, par., Cambridgeshire, 2 miles NW. of
Caxton, 1922 ac., pop. 465.

Elton.—hamlet, on river Kennet, Berks, 5 miles NE.
of Hungerford. — 2. Elton, township, AVarmingham
par., mid. Cheshire, on river Wheelock, 24 miles SW.
of Sandbach, 1084 ac., pop. 549.—3. Elton, town-
ship (ry. sta. Ince and Elton), Thornton - le - Moors
par., AY. Cheshire, near river Mersey, 2 miles SW.
of Frodsham, 1143 ac., pop. 197.—4. Elton, town-
ship and vil., Youlgreave par., N. Derbyshire, 14
mile NW. of Winster, 1464 ac., pop. 516.—5. Elton,
par., S. Durham, 24 miles SW. of Stockton-on-
Tees, 1444 ac., pop. 113; contains Elton Hall.—6.
Elton, par. and hamlet, N. Herefordshire, 44 miles
SW. of Ludlow, 1470 ac., pop. 113; contains Elton
Hall.—7. Elton, par. and vil. with ry. sta., on AY.
border of Huntingdonshire, 4 miles NE. of Oundle,
3250 ae., pop. 805; P.O.; contains Elton Hall, seat
of the Earl of Carysfort.—8. Elton, township, in par.
and mostly in pari. bor. of Bury, SE. Lancashire, 2553
ac. (67 water), pop. 11,947; pop. of burghal part, 10,895;
contains the Elton Paper Hills.—9. Elton, par. and
ry. sta., in co. and 124 miles SE. of Nottingham, 980
ac., pop. 76; P.O.; contains Elton House.

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