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Fenside, Halton Holegate par., mid. Lincolnshire, 3
miles from Firsby sta.

Fens tan ton, 2 miles S. of St Ives, Huntingdonshire;
p.o. See
Fen Stanton.

Fenstcad End, hamlet, Boxted par., AV. Suffolk, 8
miles NW. of Sudbury.

Fenton.—hamlet, Haytonpar., E. Cumberland, 74m.
SE. of Carlisle.—2. Fenton, hamlet, 4m. SE. of Ramsey,
Huntingdon. See
Pidley cum Fenton.—3. Fenton,
township, Kettlethorpe par., in N. of co. and 8 miles
NW. of Lincoln, on river Trent, pop. 268.—4. Fenton,
par., S. Lincolnshire, 5 miles SE. of Newark, 1220 ac.,
pop. 84 ; contains Fenton Hall.—5. Fenton, hamlet,
in par. and 4 miles NAV. of Wooler, N. Northumber-
land.—6. Fenton, hamlet, Sturton par., N. Notts, 63
miles SE. of East Retford.—7. Fenton, local govt,
dist. and ry. sta., Stoke upon Trent par., Staffordshire,
1390 ac., pop. 13,830 ; eccl. dist., pop. 8837.

Fenton, Little, township, Kirk Fenton par., E. div.
West-Riding Yorkshire, 6 miles SE. of Tadcaster, 780
ac., pop. 84. See
Kirk Fenton.

Fenton Barns, the farm (till 1873) of George Hope
(1811-1876), the agriculturist, Dirleton par., Hadding-
tonshire, 14 mile N. of Drem Junction.

Fentondall, hamlet, Michaelstow par., E. Cornwall,
34 miles S. of Camelford.

Fentonwoon, hamlet, Camelford par., E. Cornwall.

Fenwick.—township, Stamfordham par., S. North-
umberland, 134 miles NAV. of Newcastle, 1647 ac., pop.
100; contains the ruins of Fenwick Tower.—2. Fen-
wick, hamlet, Kyloe par., N. Northumberland, 5 miles
NAV. of Belford.—3. Fenwick, township and hamlet,
Campsall par., E. div. AVest-Riding Yorkshire, on river
Went, 5 miles SAV. of Snaith, 2371 ac., pop. 196;
4 mile E. of hamlet is Fenwick Hall.

Fenwick, par. and vil., Ayrshire—par., 18,104 ac.,
pop. 1152; vil. (with church of date 1643), on Fenwick
AVater, 34 miles NE. of Kilmarnock, pop. 366; P.O.

Fenworthy, hamlet, in Dartmoor, S. Devon, 54 miles
SAV. of Moreton Hampstead.

Feochan, sea-loch, Argyllshire, 4 miles S. of Oban.

Feock, hamlet, 4 miles S. of Truro, AV. Cornwall;
p.o. See St

Fcogii, rivulet, co. Galway; flows into Lough Corrib
at Oughterard.

Feogh, Longli, bar. Ballinahinch, co. Galway.

Fcohanagli, 6 m. SE. of Newcastle, co. Limerick; P.O.

Feolin Ferry, Jura isl., Argyll, on Sound of Islay.

Ferbane, vil. with ry. sta., Gallen and Wheery pars.,
NAV. King’s co., on river Brosna, 9 miles NE. of Ban-
agher, pop. 388 ; P.O., T.o.

Feremfawr, hamlet, Llandebie par., Carmarthen-
shire, 4 miles SAV. of Llandilofawr.

Ferencze Hills, near Barrhead, Renfrew, 585 ft.; 1£
mile from Barrhead are the Fereneze Leather Works.

Fergus, river, co. Clare; rises in bar. Corcomroe,
and flows about 25 miles SE. to the Shannon below
Clare vil. ; its estuary contains many islands, and
abounds in salmon.

Fergus, Loch, in co. and 4 miles SE. of Ayr.

Fergus, St. See St Fergus.

Fergushill, mining vil., in par. and 14 mile E. of
Kilwinning, N. Ayrshire, pop. 537.

Fcrguslic, dist. in AV. of Paisley, Renfrewshire.

Ferguston, farm with vestiges of Antoninus’ Wall,
in extreme E. of Dumbartonshire, near Bearsden sta.

Ferindonald. See Ferrindonald.

Fcrinlosh, bar. (property of the Forbeses of Cul-
loden), comprising detached section of Nairnshire, at
head of Cromarty Firth; contains Newton of Ferin-
tosh, hamlet, 2 miles SE. of Conon Bridge ; P.O.

Fermain Bay, on E. coast of Guernsey, Channel
Islands, 2 miles S. of St Peter Port.

Fermanagh, inland co. of Ulster, Ireland; is sur-
rounded by cos. Donegal, Tyrone, Monaghan, Cavan,
and Leitrim ; greatest length, NW. and SE., 45 miles;
greatest breadth, NE. and SAV., 27 miles; average
breadth, 18 miles ; area, 457,369 ac. (46,431 water), or
2'2 per cent, of the total area of Ireland ; pop. 84,879,
of whom 55’8 per cent, are Roman Catholics, 36‘4 Epis-
copalians, 2'0 Presbyterians, and 5’7 Methodists. The
surface rises into numerous abrupt eminences of no
great elevation; the chief summit is Belmore Moun-

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