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Emsbury Green, hamlet, near E. border of Dorset,
4J miles SE. of Wimborne sta.

Emscote, eccl. dist., St Nicholas par., in co. and bor.
of Warwick, pop. 2279.

Einstrcy, hamlet, Atcham par., S. Shropshire, 2
miles SE. of Shrewsbury.

EmsweU witk Kelleythorpe, township, in par. and
2 miles NW. of Driffield, East-Riding Yorkshire, 2398
ac., pop. 168.

Emswortli, small port with ry. sta., AVarblington
par., S. Hants, 2 miles SE. of Havant, pop. 1780;
1 Bank; carries on some coasting trade, and has
an oyster culture, with 50 ac. of oyster ground.

Emyvalc, vil., Donagh par., in co. and 6 miles N. of
Monaghan, pop. 366;
P.O., T.o.

Enborne, par. and hamlet, SAV. Berks, 2 miles SAV.
of Newbury, 2501 ac. (18 water), pop. 413.

Enckmarsh, hamlet, Cardington par., S. Shrop-
shire, 4g miles NE. of Church Stretton.

Encombc, hamlet and seat of Earl of Eldon, on SE.
coast of Dorset, in par. and 2 m. SAV. of Corfe Castle.

Eiulcliffc, former vil., now in AV. suburbs of Shef-
field, AVest-Riding Yorkshire.

Endellion, coast par. and vil., E. Cornwall, 9 miles
NAV. of Bodmin, 3777 ac. and 62 foreshore, pop. 1145.

Enderby.—par. and vil., on river Soar, in co. and 4g
miles SW.
of Leicester, 1810 ac., pop. 1677; P.O., t.o.;
contains Enderby Hall.—2. Enderby, par., Lincoln-
shire. See
Bag Enderby and Wood Enderby.

Enderby, St Michael’s, par., Lincolnshire. See

Enderton, hamlet, 2 m. SE. of Parkgate, Cheshire.

End field Commons, tract in E. Sussex, nr. Cuckfield.

Endmoor, vil., Heversham par., AVestmorland, 3
miles NE. of Milnthorpe ;
P.O., T.O.

Endon, vil. and township (Endon with Longsdon and
Stanley) with ry. sta., Leek par., N. Staffordshire—
township, 5457 ac. (52 water), pop. 1560 ; vil., 4£ miles
SW. of Leek;
P.O.; has half-yearly fairs.

Endrick AVater, river; rises in the Fintry Hills,
Stirlingshire, and flows 29 miles W. through Strathen-
drick or ‘ ‘ Ennerdale ” to Loch Lomond near Balmaha.

Endsleigb, seat of the Duke of Bedford, on river
Tamar, S. Devon, 6J miles NAV. of Tavistock.

Energlyn, hamlet, Eglwysilan par., Glamorgan, 1
mile NAV. of Caerphilly.

En field.—market town and par. with ry. sta., Middle-
sex, on New River, 10 m. N. of London, 12,653 ac., pop.
19,104; P.O., T.O.; also P.O., T.O., at Enfield Highway;
P.O., T.O., at Enfield Lock; and P.O. at Enfield AVash;
1 Bank, 1 newspaper. Market-day,
Saturday. Enfield
belonged to the Crown till the time of James I., and
has remains of an ancient royal palace. Enfield Chase
was disforested in the 18th century, and is now occu-
pied by the villas of London traders. Enfield Lock is
the seat of the Government small-arms factory, and gave
name to the once famous “Enfield Riile.”—2. Enfield,
hamlet, 1£ mile from Accrington, NE. Lancashire.

Enfield (or Innficld), vil. with ry. sta., Rathcore
par., AV. co. Meath, on the Royal Canal;
P.O., T.o.

Enfield Division, pari. div. of Middlesex, pop.
54,153; comprises the pars, of Edmonton, Enfield, Fryern
Barnet, Monken Hadley, and South Mimms.

Enford, par. and vil., S. Wilts, on river Avon, 8£
miles NAV. of Ludgershall, 7880 ac., pop. 869 ;

Engine, hamlet, in par. and 1 mile S. of Crowland,
S. Lincolnshire.

England, New, hamlet, St John the Baptist par.,
N. Northamptonshire, near Peterborough.

Engicbourne, Great and Little, 2 hamlets, Har-
berton par., S. Devon, near Totnes.

Englcficld, par., Berks, 5£ miles SW. of Reading,
1436 ac. (30 water), pop. 389; contains E. House,

Englefield Green, eccl. dist. and vil., Egham par., W.
Surrey—dist.,pop.7389; vil.,3m.W. of Staines;

Englcton, liberty, Brewood par., W. Staffordshire.

English Bicknor, par., W. Gloucestershire, on river
Wye, 3v> miles N. of Coleford, 2377 ac., pop. 665;

English Channel, the narrow sea separating Eng-
land from France; it extends from Lands End to Strait
of Dover, and connects the Atlantic with the North
Sea; it is 100 miles wide at entrance (between Lands
End and Ushant Isle), reaches a breadth of 140 miles

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