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Gordonstown.—vil., Auchterless par., Aberdeen¬
shire, 3 miles W. of Fyvie sta.—2. Gordonstown, vil.,
3 miles from Cornhill sta., Banffshire.—3. Gordons¬
town (or Gordonstone), seat of the Gordon-Cummings,
in co. and 5½ miles NAY. of Elgin.

Gore.—hamlet, Milton par., S. Hants, 7 miles NE.
of Christchurch.—2. Gore, hundred, NW. Middlesex,
29,185 ac., pop. 27,029; contains 7 pars.

Gore Cliff, vertical cliff, on S. coast of Isle of Wight,

1 mile NW. of St Catherine’s Point, alt. 537 ft.

Gore Court, seat, 1 m. SW. of Sittingbourne, Kent.

Gore Bnd, hamlet, Birchington par., E. Kent, 5

miles SW. of Margate.

Gore Pit, hamlet, Feering par., E. Essex, 4 miles
NW. of Witham ; is a suburb of Kelvedon.

Gore Water, stream, Edinburghshire; is formed by
the junction of the Middleton North Burn and the
Middleton South Burn at Borthwick Castle, and flows
3½ miles NW. to the South Esk, 1 m. NAY. of Gorebridge.

Gore Wood, uninhabited par., Dorset, in Dorchester
dist.—2. Gore Wood, place, Upchurch par., E. Kent, 4
miles NW. of Sittingbourne.

Gorebridge, vil. with ry. sta., on Gore AArater, in co.
and 12 miles SE. of Edinburgh by rail, pop. 1148 ; P.O.,
T.O.; in vicinity are rich mineral fields.

Gored Goeh, islet in Menai Strait, between Car¬
narvon and Anglesey.

Goretlcld, eccl. dist., Leverington par., Cambridge¬
shire, pop. 506; contains the hamlet of Goreficld
Green, 3 miles NW. of Wisbech.

Gorcficlds, tract, Stoke Goldington par., Bucks, 65 ac.

Gore’s Island, in Lough Strangford, Saul par., co.
Down, 98 ac., pop. 9.

_ Gorcsbrldge, vil. withry. sta., Grangesilvia par., on
right bank of river Barrow and on E. border of co. Kil¬
kenny, 5 m. SAY. of Bagenalstown, pop. 501; P.O., T.O.;
the vil. is 1 mile W. of sta., which is in co. Carlow.

Gorey (or Gouray), vil., with harbour and ry. sta.,
Grouville par., Jersey, Channel Islands, 4½ miles NE.
of St Helier ; P.O., T.O.

Gorey.—markettown, par., and township withry. sta.,
bar. Gorey, NE. co. AVexford, 10 miles SW. of Arklow—
par., 5314 ac., pop. 3248; township, 423 ac., pop. 2450;

2 Banks, 1 newspaper. Market-day, Saturday.—2.
Gorey, bar., NE. co. Wexford, 81,931 ac., pop. 12,950.

Govfai, river, Carnarvonshire, issuing from Llyn
Cwellyn, near Snowdon, and flowing to Menai Strait.

Gorgie, vil. with sta. on Suburban Ry., St Cuth-
berts par., Edinburghshire, on AYater of Leith, milt
SW. of Murrayfield sta. in W. of Edinburgh, pop. 656 ;
P.O., T.O.; in vicinity are Gorgie Mills, tannery, and
Gorgie House, seat; at Gorgie is a brewery.

Gorlinmbury, seat of Earl Verulam, 2 miles NAY. of
St Albans, Herts.

Goring.—par. and vil. withry. sta., on S. border of
Oxfordshire, on river Thames, 10 miles NW. of Read¬
ing, 4611 ac., pop. 1027; P.O., T.O.—2. Goring, coast
par. and vil. with ry. sta., AY. Sussex, 2 miles AY. of
Worthing, 2014 ac. and 330 foreshore, pop. 528; P.O.;
in vicinity of vil. is the seat of Goring House.

Goring Heath, vil., in par. and 4 miles NE. of
Goring, Oxfordshire; P.O.

Gorleston, coast par., E. Suffolk, in S. suburbs and
within the borough of Great Yarmouth, 2175 ac., pop.
9008 ; P.O., T.O.; on Gorleston South Pier is a fixed light
(Yarmouth) seen 2 miles.

Gorley, North, hamlet, in par. and 3 miles SE. of
Fordingbridge, S. Hants.

Gorley, South, hamlet, Ibsley par., S. Hants, 3½
miles SE. of Fordingbridge.

Gorin, Loch, Kiltarlity par., Inverness-shire.

Gorin Loeh Mor, loch, Assynt par., SAY. Sutherland.

Gormanstown, hamlet with ry. sta., E. co. Meath,
2¾ miles NAY. of Balbriggan; p.o , called Gormanston ;
in vicinity is G. Castle, seat of Viscount Gormanstown.

Gormire, tarn, North-Riding Yorkshire, 4 miles E..
of Thirsk, f mile in circumference.

Gornal, Lower, eccl. dist., Sedgley par., Stafford¬
shire, 4½ miles S. of Wolverhampton and within its
pari, limits, pop. 6326; P.O., T.o.

Gornal, Upper, eccl. dist., Sedgley par., Stafford¬
shire, 4 miles S. of Wolverhampton and within its pari,
limits, pop. 4513; P.O.

Gazetteer of the British Isles, Statistical and Topographical, by John Bartholomew, F.R.G.S.

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