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liamentary bor. in 1832, and a municipal bor. in
1848. The bor. returns 2 members to Parliament.

Halin In Waternish, quoad sacra par., Duirinish
par., Skye island, Inverness-shire, pop. 1006.

Haling Park, seat, in vicinity of Croydon, E. Surrey.

Hallval (Allhe-meaU), mountain, Rum island, Inner
Hebrides, alt. 2368 ft.

Halkerton, Kincardineshire. See Haulkerton.

Halkin (or Halkyn), par. and vil., in co. and 2½
miles SW. of Flint, 3408 ac., pop. 1376; P.O.; here is
Halkin Castle, seat of Marquis of Westminster. In
vicinity is Halkin Mountain (993ft.) withancient camp.

Halkirk, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Caithness-shire
—par., 95,763 ac., pop. 2705; vil., on river Thurso, 8^
miles S. of Thurso and 15½ miles NAY. of Wick, pop.
372; P.O., and P.O. at Halkirk Roadside. Caithness
flag-stones are quarried.

nail . See also Hal .

Hall.—vil., in par. and near Llangadock, Carmar¬
thenshire.—2. Hall, hamlet, St Ishmaels par., Car¬
marthenshire, 3 miles NW. of Kidwelly.—3. Hall,
seat, in vicinity of Barnstaple, N. Devon.—4. Hall,
hamlet, in par. and near Bolton, SE. Lancashire.
Samuel Crompton (1753-1827), the inventor of spinning
machinery, lived here.

Hall Bank Gate, hamlet, 4 miles SE. of Brampton,
E. Cumberland; P.O.

Hall Barn, seat, near Beaconsfield, Bucks.

Hall Barns, hamlet, Simonburn par., S. Northum¬
berland, 7½ miles NW. of Hexham.

Hall Carr, hamlet, Bury par., SE. Lancashire, 6
miles N. of Bury. See
Coupe Lench, Newhalley,
and Hall Carr.

Hall Cellar, fishing hamlet, S. Devon, 6½ miles SE.
of Kingsbridge.

Hall Craig, seat, 5 miles NW. of Enniskillen, mid.
co. Fermanagh.

Hall Down, eminence, E. Devon, near Chudleigh.

Hall End, hamlet, Polesworth par., N. AYarwick-
shire, 4 miles NW. of Atherstone.

Hall Gill, ravine, Cambusnethan par., Lanarkshire;
descends SAV. to the Clyde.

Hall Green.—hamlet, in par. and 4 miles W. of
Wigan, SW. Lancashire.—2. Hall Green, vil., Yardley
par., E. Worcestershire, 4 m. SE. of Birmingham ; P.O.

Hall Green, Old, hamlet, SE. Herts, 5 miles NE.
of Ware.

Hall Grove, seat, near W. border of Surrey, 1 mile
NE. of Bagshot.

Hall Hills, par., S. Lincolnshire, within Boston
mun. bor., pop. 4.

Hall House, ruins at Polruan, E. Cornwall, oppo¬
site Fowey; was garrisoned during the Civil War.

HaU Place.—seat, near Maidenhead, Berks. — 2.
Hall Place, seat, 8 miles SW. of Faversham, E. Kent.
—3. Hall Place, seat, 3 miles E. of Leigh, AY. Kent.

HaU Road, ry. sta., on coast of Lancashire, 3 miles

S. of Formby.

Hall 1’ th’ Wood Paper Hill. nr. Bolton, Lancashire.

HaU of Ince, seat, in vicinity of Ince sta., Lancashire.

Halladale, river, Reay par., NE. Sutherlandshire;
flows 22 miles N. (through Strath Halladale) to the sea
at Portskerry; has salmon and trout.

Ilallam, Kirk, par. and township, in co. and 8 miles
NE. of Derby—par., 1741 ac., pop. 513; township, 759
ac., pop. 81.

Hallam, Little, hamlet, in par. and 1 mile SW. of
Ilkeston, S. Derbyshire.

Hallam, Nether, township, in par. and W. of Shef¬
field, West-Riding Yorkshire, 1538 ac., pop. 38,967.

Hallam, Upper, township, Sheffield par., S. div.
West-Riding Yorkshire, in SW. of Sheffield bor., 6334
ac., pop. 2513.

Hallam, West, par. and vil. with ry. sta., S. Derby¬
shire, on Nutbrook Canal, 7 miles NE. of Derby, 1357
ac., pop. 590 ; P.O.; has coal mines.

Ilallam Fields, 3m. SW. of Ilkeston, Derbyshire; P.O.

Hallam Gate, hamlet, Sheffield par., S. div. AYest-
Riding Yorkshire.

Hallam Moor, on border of Derbyshire and West-
Riding Yorkshire, in the outer region of the High Peak.

Hallamshlre, ancient lordship, in S. div. West-
Riding Yorkshire; mentioned in Domesday Book as

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