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Gretton.—hamlet, in par. and 2 miles NW. of
Winchcomb, E. Gloucestershire. — 2. Gretton, par.
and vil.,N. Northamptonshire, 10 miles S. of Oakham,
4450 ac., pop. 835; P.O.—3. Gretton, hamlet, Acton
Scott, Cardington, and Rushbury pars., S. Shropshire,
4 miles NE. of Church Stretton.

Greve au Lancon, bay at NW. extremity of Jersey,
Channel Isl., between Cape Grosnez and Plemont Point.

Greve d’Azette, cove in E. part of St Aubyn’s Bay,
S. coast of Jersey, Channel Islands.

Greve de Lecq, bay, on NW. side of Jersey. Channel
Islands, 14 mile SE. of Plemont Point.

Greve de la Yille, beach, on NE. coast of Sark,
Channel Islands ; has a group of caverns at S. extremity.

Grewelthorpe, township and vil., Kirkby Malzeard
par., E. div. West-Biding Yorkshire, 7 miles SW. of
Wath ry. sta., 4521 ac., pop. 516 ; P.O.

Grewsley, vil., Hillingdon par., Middlesex, 1 mile
SE. of Uxbridge.

Grey Abbey, par. and vil., NE. co. Down, on E. side
of Lough Strangford, 7 miles SE. of Newtonards—par.,
7689 ac., pop. 2326; vil., pop. 679; P.O., T.o. Market-
Saturday; has the ruins of an abbey (1193).

Grey Knots, summit, at Great Gable Mountain,

Grey Man’s Fath, a cut in the cliffs at Fair Head,
co. Antrim.

Grey Marc’s Tail, small waterfall, 1 mile W. of
Llanrwst, Denbighshire.

Grey Mare’s Tail. — celebrated waterfall, nearly
200 ft. in leap, on Tail Burn, in NE. of Moffat par., N.
Dumfriesshire; Tail Burn flows 14 mile SE. from Loch
Skeen to Moffat Water 10 miles NE. of Moffat.—2.
Grey Mare’s Tail, waterfall, 100 ft. in leap, onCrichope
Burn, Closeburn par., Dumfriesshire.

Grey Tor, rocky eminence in Dartmoor, S. Devon.

Grey Towers, seat, North-Riding Yorkshire; post-
town, Northallerton.

Grey Wethers, 2 stone circles, 1 mile from Chagford,
E. Devon.

Greyfrlar, mountain, on N. border of N. Lanca-
shire, on E. side of Duddon Yale.

Greyfriars, Old and New, 2 pars, embraced within
the City par., Edinburgh, pop. 2371 and 3037; in the
Greyfriars Burying-Ground the “Solemn League and
Covenant” was signed March 1638.

Greyhope Bay, NE. Kincardineshire, between Girdle
Ness and mouth of river Dee.

Greys, par., Oxfordshire. See Rotherfield Greys.

Greys Court, seat, 24 miles NW. of Henley on
Thames, Oxfordshire.

Greys Forest, township, Kirk Newton par., N.
Northumb., 6 miles NW. of Wooler, 6585 ac., pop. 42.

Greys Mill and Greys Lane, 2 places, Rotherfield
Greys par., Oxfordshire.

Greyshott, school, on E. border of Hants, 4 miles
NW. of Haslemere sta.

Greysouthen (or Graysonthen), township and seat,
Brigham par., W. Cumberland, 34 miles SW. of
Cockermouth, 1646 ac., pop. 690; P.O.

Greystcad, par., S. Northumberland, onriver North
Tyne, 5 miles NW. of Bellingham, 20,026 ac., pop. 183;
contains the seat of Grcystead Bower.

Greysteel,6m. fromLimavady,co. Londonderry; P.O.

Greystoke, par. and vil., E. Cumberland, 5 miles
W. of Penrith, 48,578 ac. (995 water), pop. 2741; P.O.,
T.O.; in NW. vicinity of vil. is Greystoke Park, con-
taining the ruins of Greystoke Castle (1353).

Greystoke, Johnby, Little Blencow, Motherhy
and Gill, township, Greystoke par., E. Cumberland,
7511 ac,, pop. 608.

Greystone, 74 miles NW. of Arbroath, Forfarshire;
p.o. See

Greystones, hamlet, in par. and 3 miles SW. of
Sheffield, S. div. West-Riding Yorkshire.

Greystones, fishing vil. (ry. sta. Delgany and Grey-
stones), NE. co. Wicklow, 4 miles SE. of Bray, pop.
405; P.O., T.o.; in vicinity is Greystones Head.

Grey tree, hundred, SE. Herefordshire, 46,074 ac.,
pop. 14,025; contains 16 pars, and parts of 2 others.

Grey well, par., N. Hants, 44 miles SW. of Winch-
field ry. sta., 876 ac., pop. 300; P.O.; contains the seat
of Creywcll Hill House.

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