Frodsham Bridge, 2 miles SAY. of Frodsham,
Frogden, farm, Linton par., Roxburghshire; has a
small circle of stones called the Tryste, and was a place
of muster for Border forays into England.
Froggatt, township and hamlet, Bakewell par., N.
Derbyshire, on river Derwent, 54 miles NE. of Bake-
well—township, 446 ac., pop. 136 ; in NE. vicinity of
hamlet is Froggatt Edge, a lofty crag.
Froghall, hamlet with ry. sta., on river Churnet,
N. Staffordshire, 6f miles SE. of Leek ; P.O.
Frogham.—place, in par. and 2 miles SE. of Fording-
bridge, S. Hants.—2. Frogham, hamlet, Nonington
par., E. Kent, 3 miles SE. of Adisham sta.
Frogmill Inn, 6 m. SE. of Cheltenham, Gloucester.
Frogmoor, hamlet, 74 miles SE. of Beaminster,
Frog-more, vil., Charleton, Sherford, and South Pool
pars., S. Devon, on Salcombe Haven, 2 miles SE. of
Kingsbridge; P.O. — 2. Frogmore, eccl. dist., St
Stephen in St Albans par., SW. Herts, pop. 1080;
contains the hamlet of Frogmore End, 2 miles SE. of
Hem el Hempstead; P.O. ; in vicinity is the seat of
Frogmore HaU. — 3. Frogmore, mansion (built by
AYyatt), in the Little Park, Windsor, Berks; the
grounds contain a mausoleum, erected by Queen Vic-
toria for the remains of the Prince Consort (1819-1861).
Frogmore Park, seat, N. Hants; post-town,
Frognal, ry. sta., in NW. of London. See Finch-
ley Road and Frognal.
Frognall, hamlet and seat, 4 miles NE. of Bromley,
Frogpool, vil., Gwennap par., W. Cornwall.
Frome Division, parliamentary division of Somer-
set, pop. 49,823.
Frome.—market town and par. with ry. sta., Somer-
set, on river Frome (an affluent of the Avon), 11 miles
S. of Bath by rail and 107 SW. of London—par.,
7092 ac., pop. 11,181; town, 724 ac., pop. 9377; P.O.,
T.o., 2 Banks, 2 newspapers. Market-days, Wednesday
and Saturday. Frome was formerly called Frome
Selwood, from its situation near the forest of Selwood.
The river is crossed by a five-arch stone bridge. There
are breweries, foundries, wire-card manufactories, and
edge-tool works ; but the chief industry is the mfr. of
broadcloth and other fine woollens. F. returned 1 mem-
ber to Parliament till 1885.—2. Frome, river, W. Glou-
cestershire ; rises in vicinity of Chipping Sodbury, and
flows NAY. and SW. to the Avon at Bristol. — 3.
Frome, river, E. Gloucestershire ; rises near Pains-
wick, and flows SE., W., and NAY. to the Severn at
Framilode; is 16 miles long.—4. Frome, river, Here-
fordshire; rises near NE. border of co., and flows S.
past Bromyard to Castle Frome, thence SAY. to the
Lugg near Hampton Bishop; is 20 miles long.—5.
Frome, river, Somerset; rises near Upton Noble, and
flows 20 miles NE. past Frome to the Avon at Fresh-
ford.—6. Frome, hundred, E. Somerset, 33,343 ac.,
pop. 16,980; contains 20 pars.
Frome, St Quinton, par., Dorset, on river Frome, 4
miles NAY. of Cerne Abbas, 1025 ac., pop. 188.
Frome Hill, 14 mile SE. of Dorchester, Dorset.
Frome Fauchurcb, par., AY. Dorset, on river Frome,
7 miles NW. of Dorchester, 614 ac., pop. 121.
Eroraebridge, hamlet, Frampton on Severn par., E.
Gloucestershire, 4 miles NW. of Stonehouse sta.
Fromefield House, seat, near Frome, E. Somerset.
Fron, school, Berriew par., Montgomeryshire.
Fron, Tbe, seat, 24 miles SAY. of Mold, Denbigh.
Fron-Fraitk, seat, 2 miles E. of Aberystwith,
Fron-Gocli, eccl. dist. and ry. sta. (Frongoch), Llan-
for, Llandderfel, and Llanycil pars., Merioneth—dist.,
pop. 862; sta., 1 mile NW. of Bala.
Frontileet, hamlet, 34 miles SW. of South Cave,
East-Riding Yorkshire; in vicinity is the seat of Front-
Froom, river, Dorset; rises near Corscomb, on NW.
border of co., and flows SE. past Dorchester and Ware-
ham to Poole harbour ; is 35 miles long.
Frostenden, par., E. Suffolk, 4 miles NAY. of South-
wold, 1310 ac., pop. 386.
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