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Gorphvvysfa.—seat of the Earl of Lucan, on Menai
Strait, Carnarvonshire, 1 mile W. of Bangor.—2. Gor-
phvvysfa, place with inn, Carnarvonshire, 3 miles NE.
of Snowdon.

Gorran, par. and vil., E. Cornwall, near Gorran
Haven, 5 miles SE. of Tregony, 4961 ac., pop. 916;

Gorran Haven, coast vil. with pier, Gorran par., E.
Cornwall, If mile NE. of Dodman Point; imports coal,
and carries on pilchard fishing; the vil. is sometimes
called Porteast.

Gorres, ancient entrenchment, in par. and near St
Agnes, W. Cornwall.

Gorrovagh, hill, near Inniscarra, mid. co. Cork.

Gorse Hill, hamlet, Stratton St Margaret par., N.
Wilts, 2 miles from Swindon;
P.O., T.O.

Gorse Lane, sta. on Swansea and Mumbles By.,
Glamorgan, If mile W. of Swansea.

Gorsedd, eccl. dist., Whitford and Ysceifiog pars.,
Flintshire, pop. 750.

Gorseinon, hamlet with ry. sta. (2 miles W.),
Llangafelach par., Glamorgan;
P.O.; Gorseinon Sta-
tion, 34 miles S. of Pontardulais sta.;
P.O., T.O.

Gorslas, eccl. dist., Llanarthney, Llandebie, and
Llanfihangel-Aberbythych pars., Carmarthen, pop. 1238.

Gorsley, hamlet, Newent par., W. Gloucestershire,
and eccl. dist. (Gorsley and Clifford’s Mesne), partly in
Linton par., Herefordshire—dist., pop. 1209; the ham-
let is 2 miles SW. of Newent.

Gorsley Green, place, Prestbury par., E. Cheshire,
34 miles N. of Congleton.

Gorsley (or Gorslea) Wood, wood, in NE. vicinity
of Upper Hardres, E. Kent, 4 miles S. of Canterbury.

Gorst Hill, locality, Rock par., W. Worcestershire,
4 miles SE. of Cleobury Mortimer.

Gorstage, hamlet, Weaverham par., Cheshire, 3 m.
SW. of North wich ; in vicinity is the seat of G. Hail.

Gorstella, hamlet, Dodleston par., in co. and 6|
miles SW. of Chester.

Gort, town with ry. sta., Beagh, Kiltartan and Kil-
macduagh pars., S. co. Galway, 174 miles S. of Athenry,
pop. 1719 ;
P.O., t.o., 1 Bank. Market-day, Saturday.

Gortaclare, P.O., under Beragh, co. Tyrone.

Gortagilly, agricultural school, co. Londonderry;
post-town, Moneymore.

Gortaliill, 3 miles from Blacklion, co. Cavan ; P.O.

Gortahork, 10 m. from Dunfanaghy, Donegal; P.O.

Gortan, school, Kilchoman par., Islay isl., Argyllshire.

Gortatlea, ry. sta., 6 miles SE. of Tralee, co. Kerry ;
P.O., called Gortalea Station.

Gortavoy Bridge, 3 m. from Pomeroy, Tyrone; P.O.

Gorteen, co. Sligo. See Gtjrteen.

Gortliy, district in Fowlis-Wester par., Perthshire.

Gortin, vil., Lower Bodoney par., mid. co. Tyrone,
on river Nagle, 6 miles E. of Newtown Stewart, pop.
P.O., T.O., IBank. Market-day, Wednesday.

Gortlech (or Gorthlick), hamlet, Dores par., Inver-
ness-shire, 15 miles NE. of Fort Augustus;

Gortinore, school, Kilcummin par., co. Galway.

Gortnagloran, wooded mountain, at the E. end of
Macgillicuddy Reeks, co. Kerry.

Gortner A bbey, seat, near Crossmolina, N. co. Mayo.

Gortnessy, in co. and 6 m. E. of Londonderry; P.O.

Gorton, township and ry. sta., in par. and 3 miles
SE. of Manchester, SE. Lancashire, 1484 ac. (42 water),
pop. 33,096;
P.O., T.O. ; is partly within the pari, limits
of Manchester.

Gorton Division, pari. div. of SE. Lancashire, pop.

Gortrcagii, 6 m. from Cookstown, co. Tyrone ; P.O.

Gortroe, par., E. co. Cork, 3 miles SE. of Rathcor-
mack, 9043 ac., pop. 1088.

Gorumna, island, bar. Moycullen, W. co. Galway,
in Kilkieran Bay, 5870 ac., pop. 1798.

Gorwell, hamlet, Litton Cheney par., Dorset, 7
miles SE. of Bridport.

Gorwydd, township, Llanddewi-Brefipar., Cardigan-
shire, on r. Teifi, 2 m. N. of Lampeter, 6604 ac., pop. 698.

Gosheek, par., E. Suffolk, 4 miles E. of Needham
Market, 1466 ac., pop. 302.

Gosbcrton, par. and vil. with ry. sta. (2 miles SE.
of vil.), S. Lincolnshire, 4 m. NE. of Spalding, 8820 ac.,
pop. 2104;
P.O., T.O., and P.O. at Gosberton Clough;
in vicinity of vil. is the seat of Gosberton Mouse.


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