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Hackbridge, hamlet with ry. sta., Carshalton par.,
mid. Surrey, 1 mile NE. of Carshalton.

Hackendown Banks, on NE. coast of Kent, near
North Foreland; a curious tower here was erected to
commemorate the discovery of remains supposed to be
connected with a battle between the Danes and Saxons.

Hackenthorpe, hamlet, in par. and 2 miles W. of
Beighton, N. Derbyshire; P.O.

Hacketstown, vil., co. Carlow, and par., partly also
in co. Wicklow—par., 11,617 ac., pop. 2500; vil., on
river Derreen, 7 miles NW. of Tinahely sta., pop. 721;
P.O. Market-day,
Thursday. Hacketstown was twice
attacked by the insurgents in 1798.

Hacketstown House, seat, 1 mile S. of Skerries, N.
co. Dublin.

Hackfall, romantic valley, North-Fading Yorkshire,
54 miles NW. of Ripon.

Hackford, par., S. Norfolk, on river Yare, 2 miles
E. of Hingham, 754 ac., pop. 199.

Hackford by Rccpham, par., N. Norfolk, 7 miles
NE. of Elmham, 754 ac., pop. 803.

Hackforth, township, Hornby par., North-Riding
Yorkshire, 4 miles NW. of Bedale, 1338 ac., pop. 158.

Hackington, par,, E. Kent, on river Stour, partly in
Canterbury city, 1988 ac., pop. 632; pop. of city part, 57.

Hackinsall, hamlet, 2 miles E. of Fleetwood, N.
Lancashire; in vicinity is Hackinsall Hall. See
Preesall with Hackinsall.

Hacklestone, tithing, Fittleton par., S. Wilts, on
river Avon, 5 miles N. of Amesbury.

Hackleton, township, Piddington par., in co. and 54
miles SE. of Northampton, pop. 378.

Hackiingc, hamlet, Worth par., E. Kent, 24 miles
S. of Sandwich.

Hackmys, par., cos. Cork and Limerick, 1 mile E. of
Charleville, 2311 ac., pop. 264.

Hackness, par. and township, North-Riding York-
shire, on river Derwent, 5 miles NW. of Scarborough—
par., 11,885 ac., pop. 687; township, 2457 ac., pop. 203;
P.O.; has fine scenery, and contains Hackness Hall, seat.

Hackney, pari. bor. and par. (ry. stations, Hackney
and Hackney Downs Junction), Middlesex, in NE. of
London—par., 3297 ac., pop. 163,681; bor., including
Hackney par. and Stoke Newington par.), 3935 ac., pop.
186,462 ; Hackney returns 3 members to Parliament—3
divisions, viz., North, Central, and South, 1 member for
each division; its representation was increased from 2
to 3 members in 1885, when its pari, limits were
reduced by the formation of the new pari. bors. of
Bethnal Green and Shoreditch.

Hackthorn, par., in co. and 7 miles NE. of Lincoln,
2890 ac., pop. 278 ; P.O., called Hackthorne; contains
the seat of Hackthorn Honse.

Hackthorpe, vil., Lowther par., Westmorland, 5
miles SE. of Penrith; P.O., T.O.; in vicinity is the seat
of Hackthorpe Hall.

Hackwood Park, seat of Lord Bolton, 3 miles S. of
Basingstoke, N. Hants.

Haconby, 4 miles N. of Bourn, S. Lincolnshire; P.O.

Haco’s Ness, headland, SE. extremity of Shapinshay
island, Orkney.

Hacton, hamlet, in par. and 1 mile S. of Upmin-
ster, S. Essex.

Hadden Big, hill-ridge, Sprouston par., NE. Rox-
burgh, alt. 541 ft.; was the scene of a Border conflict
in 1540; an ancient vil. of Hadden (now represented by a
farmhouse) stood near the Border, 5 m. NE. of Kelso.

Haddenham.—par. and vil., mid. Bucks, 3 miles
NE. of Thame, 3274 ac., pop. 1443; P.O., T.o.—2.
Haddenham, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Cambridge-
shire, 64 m. SW. of Ely, 8912 ac., pop. 1739
; P.O., t.o.

Haddington, township, Aubourn and South Hyck-
ham pars., in co. and 74 miles SW. of Lincoln, 910 ac.,
pop. 82.

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