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Hallam. It is now difficult to determine the boundaries,
but the supposition is that the extent of the lordship is
represented by the parishes of Sheffield and Ecclesfield.

Hallamshlre Division, pari, div., S. div. Wes.
Riding Yorkshire, pop. 61,560.

Hnlland, seat, 3 miles N. of Laughton, Sussex.

Hallas Bridge, hamlet, in par. and 5 miles NW. of
Bradford, West-Riding Yorkshire.

Hallaton, par. and vil. with ry. sta., S. Leicester¬
shire, 6| miles 'NE. of Market Harborough, 2360 ac.,
pop. 716; P.O.; 1 mile to W. of vil. are remains of
ancient camp; and in vicinity is the seat of H. Manor.

Hallatrow, hamlet with ry. sta., High Littleton
par., E. Somerset, 5 miles NW. of Radstock sta.; P.O.

Hallbar Tower, ancient fortalice (11th century), lj
mile SAY. of Braidwood sta., Carluke par., Lanarkshire.

Hallcraig Honse, seat, in par. and 2 m. W. of Car¬
luke, Lanarkshire ; in vicinity is Hallcraig Tilework.

Halleaths, seat, on river Annan, in par. and 11
mile E. of Lochmaben, Dumfriesshire; in vicinity is
Halleathes Loch.

Hallen, hamlet, Henbury par., E. Gloucestershire, 5
miles SAV. of Bristol; P.O.

Halleviile, hamlet, East Ham par., S. Essex, near
Canning Town.

Hallfold, vil., Rochdale par., SE. Lancashire, 2½
miles from Rochdale sta.

Hallforcst Tower, old castle of the Earls Marischal,
in par. and mile SW. of Kintore, Aberdeenshire.

Hallgarth, hamlet, Pittington par., in co. and 3½
miles NE. of Durham.

Hallgatc, hamlet, Kirkby Ravensworth par., North-
Riding Yorkshire, 5½ miles NAV. of Richmond.

Hallgreen, place with vestiges of priory (12th cen¬
tury), Canonbie par., SE. Dumfriesshire.

Hallgreen Castle, seat (1376), in par. and S. vicinity
of Bervie, Kincardineshire.

Hallgnards, romantic spot (site of the original
Hoddom Castle), Hoddom par., Dumfriesshire, on river
Annan, 2 miles SW. of Ecclefechan.

Hall head, old mansion (1688), Leochel and Cushnie
par., Aberdeenshire, 5½ miles NW. of Lumphanan sta.

HaUhill, seat, Glassford par., Lanarkshire, 2 miles
NE. of Strathaven.

HaUhill, Wester, Colliery, near Baillieston, Lanark¬
shire, 6½ miles E. of Glasgow.

Halliday Hill, on NE. border of Dunscore par.,
Dumfriesshire, alt. 600 ft.

Halliford, Lower and Upper, 2 hamlets, on SW.
border of Middlesex, 4 miles SE. of Staines.

Halligarth, seat, Unst isl., Shetland, nr. Baltasound.

Halligey, place with subterranean galleries, W.
Cornwall, near Falmouth.

Hallikcld. — wapentake, North-Riding Yorkshire,
39,805 ac., pop. 6060 ; contains 4 pars, and parts of 7
others.—2. HaUikeld, hamlet, Sigston par., North-
Riding Yorkshire, 4 miles NE. of Northallerton.

Hallin Fell, mountain, NW. Westmorland, on E.
side of Ullswater, alt. 1271 ft.

Hailing.—par., mid. Kent, on river Medway, 4 miles
SW. of Rochester, 1852 ac., pop. 1306; contains the
hamlets of Lower Hailing; P.O.; and Upper Hailing.
—2. Hailing, hamlet, Almondbury par., S. div. AVest-
Riding Yorkshire, 3 miles S. of Huddersfield.

Hallinghury, Great, par. and vil., AY. Essex, 2 miles
SE. of Bishop Stortford, 2688 ac., pop. 628; P.O.;
between Great H. and Little H. is the seat of Hal-
linghnry Place.

Hallinghury, Little, par. and vil., W. Essex, 3
miles SE. of Bishop Stortford, 1656 ac., pop. 583 ; P.O.

Hallington.—par. and ry. sta., N. Lincolnshire, 2
miles SW. of Louth, 860 ac., pop. 112.—2. Hallington,
township, Lee St John par., S. Northumberland, 8½
miles NE. of Hexham, 1713 ac., pop. 99 ; P.O.

Halllwell, township and vil., Deane par., E. Lanca¬
shire—township, mostly in Bolton bor., 2480 ac., pop.
12,551; pop. of burghal part, 10,664; vil., 2 miles NW.
of Bolton; P.O., T.o., called Halliwell Road; in
vicinity is the seat of Halliwell Lodge.

Halloon, vil., in par. and 2½ miles S. of St Columb
Major, E. Cornwall.

Hallow, par. and vil., on river Severn, in co. and 3
miles NW. of Worcester, 3556 ac., pop. 1868 ; P.O.

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

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