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Gcdd Loch, Ross-shire. See Loch an Gead.

Geddes, vil., in co. and 24 miles S. of Nairn; ia
vicinity is Geddes House, seat.

Gcdding, par., W. Suffolk, 64 miles SW. of Stow-
market, 521 ac., pop. 102.

Gcddinge, hamlet, Wootton par., E. Kent, 8 miles
NW. of Dover.

Gcddlngton, par. and vil. with ry. sta., N. North-
amptonshire, 3 miles NE. of Kettering, 2140 ac., pop.
862; P.O.

Gedgrave, par. and hamlet, E. Suffolk, on Butley
Creek, 2 miles SAY. of Orford, 1809 ac., pop. 66.

Gedintaillcr, vil., in par. and 7miles SE. of Portree,
Skye island, Inverness-shire.

Gedling, par., township, and vil. (ry. sta. Gedling
and Carlton), in co. and 3 miles NE. of Nottingham—
par., 4490 ac., pop. 5307 ; township, pop. 506 ; P. O.

Gedney, par., township, and vil. with ry. sta., S.
Lincolnshire, 3J miles SE. of Holbeach, 12,377 ac. land
and 12,880 water—par., pop. 2228; township, pop.
1884; P.O.; the par. contains the township and hamlet
of Gedney Hill, pop. 344 ; P.O.

Gedney Drove End, eccl. dist. and hamlet, Gedney
par., S. Lincolnshire—dist., pop. 851; hamlet, 6 miles
SW. of Long Sutton; P.O.

Gee Cross, eccl. dist. and hamlet, Stockport par., E.
Cheshire—dist., pop. 3355; hamlet, 4 miles NE. of
Stockport; P.O.

Gecsala, hamlet and headland, in Erris, N. co. Mayo,
between Tullaghan and Blacksod Bays ; P.O.

Geeston, hamlet, Ketton par., Rutland, 3 miles SW.
of Stamford.

Geevagh, 12 miles SE. of Collooney, co. Sligo; P.O.

Geilston, seat, in par. and 1 mile NAY. of Cardross,

Geir House, seat, 9 miles SAY. of Kirkwall, Orkney.

Geider Burn, Aberdeenshire. See Glen Gelder.

Geldeston, par. and vil. with ry. sta., S. Norfolk, 24
miles NW. of Beccles, 820 ac., pop. 292 ; P.O.; in
vicinity of vil. is the seat of Geldeston House.

Gcldie Burn, SAY. Aberdeenshire; rises near the
meeting point of Aberdeen, Perth, and Inverness, and
flows 84 miles NE. to the Dee 3 miles above Linn of
Dee ; Geldie Lodge is 12 miles from Braemar.

Gelli.—hamlet, Yainor par., Brecknockshire, 4 miles
NW. of Merthyr Tydfil.—2. Gelli, hamlet, Llanarth
par., Cardiganshire, 44 miles SAY. of Aberaeron.

Gellideg, hamlet, 14 mile SAY. of Merthyr Tydfil,

Gelliiaelog, school, Merthyr Tydfil dist., Glamorgan.

Gelligaer, par. and vil., on E. border of Glamorgan,
14 miles N. of Cardiff, 16,772 ac., pop. 11,592; P.O.

Gelligasson, hamlet, in par. and near Llanfair,

Gelligynnan, hamlet, Llanarmon par., Denbigh-
shire, 4 miles SE. of Ruthin.

Gellilovcdy, hamlet, Ysceifiog par., Flintshire, 3
miles SAY. of Holywell.

Geliy, Loch, 4 mile SE. of Lochgelly, Fifeshire.

Geliy burn, vil., near Murthly sta., Perthshire.

Gellydy, hamlet, Llanddarog par., in co. and 6 miles
SE. of Carmarthen.

Gcllygaliy, hamlet, Kenarth par., Carmarthenshire,
near Newcastle Emlyn.

Geliy wen, 5 m. SAY. of Llanboidy, Carmarthen; P.O.

Gelston, hamlet, Hough on the Hill par., S. Lincoln-
shire, 6 miles N. of Grantham.

Gelston, ancient par. and vil., Kelton par., Kirkcud-
brightshire ; vil., 24 miles S. of Castle Douglas; P.O.;
4 mile SE. is Gelston Castle, seat.

Gelt, stream, Cumberland; rises on Croglin Fell and
flows NW. to the Irthing 24 miles SW. of Brampton.

Gelt Burn, stream (affluent of river Tyne), North-
umberland ; rises on SAY. border of co.

Gelt Water, Ayrshire. See Guelt Water.

Gcltsdale Forest, par., E. Cumberland, 7 miles SE.
of Brampton, 5245 ac., pop. 11.

Gcmbling, township, Foston-on-the-Woldpar., East-
Riding Yorkshire, 6 miles SE. of Driffield, 1235 ac.,
pop. 117.

General’s Bridge, across Yarrow Water, in co. and
4 m. SAV. of Selkirk; leads to the grounds of Bowhill.

General’s lint, former hut of General Wade, now

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