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Hanney, par., NW. Berks, 3 miles NE. of Wantage,
3503 ac., pop. 995; contains the townships of East
Hanney, 2120ac., pop. 493 ;
P.O.; and West Hanney,
1383 ac., pop. 369;

llanningticld, East, par., W. Essex, 6 miles SE. of
Chelmsford, 2504 ac., pop. 404;
P.O. Hanningfteld
Ty e is here.

Hanningfield, South, par., W. Essex, 7 miles SE.
of Chelmsford, 1538 ac., pop. 234.

Hanningfield, West, par., W. Essex, 6 miles SE.
of Chelmsford, 2839 ac., pop. 430;

Hannington.—par., N. Hants, 2 miles SE. of Kings-
clere, 2044 ac., pop. 281.—2. Hannington, par., N.
Northamptonshire, 6 miles NW. of Wellingborough,
1270 ac., pop. 187.—3. Hannington, par. and vil.
with ry. sta., N. Wilts, 2 miles NW. of Highworth,
2518 ac., pop. 304; the seat of H. Hall is here.

Hannington Lances, tithing, in par. and near
Kingsclere, N. Hants.

Hannon, river, E. Cornwall; rises on Davidstow
Moor, and flows 44 miles SW. to the Camel 24 miles S.
of Camelford.

Hanois, Hanovaux, or Hanways Rocks, rocky
islets, at SW. extremity of Guernsey, Channel Islands;
on the SW. rock is a lighthouse 117 ft. high, with re-
volving light (Guernsey Island) 100 ft. above high
water and seen 12 miles.

Hanolock, rivulet, S. co. Down; flows 6 miles E. to
Dundrum Bay, near Newcastle.

Ilansacre, See Handsacre.

Hanslope, par. and vil., N. Bucks, 44 miles NE. of
Stony Stratford, 5801 ac., pop. 1584;
P.O., T.O.; the
seat of Hanslope Park is here.

Hantcr Gantick, ravine, E. Cornwall, 1 mile S. of
St Breward.

Hanthorpe, hamlet, on river Glen, S. Lincolnshire,
34 miles NW. of Bourn; in vicinity is the seat of
Hanthorpe House.

Hants. See Hampshire.

Hanways Rocks, Channel Islands. See Hanois.

Han well.—par., township, and vil. with ry. sta.,
Middlesex, on river Brent, 7 miles W. of London—
par., 1283 ac., pop. 7316; township, 1067 ac., pop.
P.O., T.O.; in vicinity is the Middlesex County
Lunatic Asylum, known as Han well Asylum; here
also is the seat of Hanwell Park.—2. Hanwell, par.,
Oxfordshire, 24 m. NW. of Banbury, 1271 ac., pop. 253.

Hanwood, Great, par. and vil. with ry. sta. (Han-
wood), S. Shropshire, on river Rea, 4 miles SW. of
Shrewsbury, 590 ae., pop. 310;
P.O., called Hanwood.

Hanwood, Little, hamlet, Pontesbury par., S.
Shropshire, near Great Hanwood.

Hanworth.—par. and vil., Middlesex, 2 miles SW.
of Twickenham, 1378 ac., pop. 1040;
P.O.; in vicinity
of vil. is the seat of Hanworth Park.—2. Hanworth,
par., N. Norfolk, 6 miles NW. of North Walsham,
1347 ac., pop. 221;
P.O., T.O.; contains the hamlet of
Hanworth Green and the seat of Hanworth Park.

Hanworth, Cold, par., Lincolnshire. See Cold

Happerton, tithing, Portbury par., E. Somerset, 54
miles NW. of Bristol.

Happing, hundred, N. Norfolk, on coast, 20,905 ac.,
pop. 6967; contains 17 pars.

Happisburgh (or Hasbro’), par. and fishing vil., N.
Norfolk, 6 miles E. of North Walsham, 2163 ac. (210
water), pop. 556;
P.O. Happisburgh Gat is a water
channel between the Newarp and Happisburgh Sand;
to the SE. of the church are 2 lighthouses, 85 ft. and
42 ft. high, each with fixed light (Hasborough) 136 ft.
and 94 ft. above high water and seen 17 and 15 miles;
near the end of Sand is a light-vessel, with fixed light
(Hasborough) 35 ft. above high water and seen 10 miles.

Happyhanscl, school, Walls par., Shetland.

Hapslbrd, township, Thornton-le-Moors par., W.
Cheshire, 3 miles SW. of Frodsham, 562 ac., pop. 75.

Hapstead, hamlet, Ardingly par., E. Sussex, 3 miles
NE. of Cuckfield.

Hapton.—township and ry. sta., Whalley par., NE.
Lancashire, 3 miles NE. of Accrington, 4008 ac., pop.
P.O.—2. Hapton, par., S. Norfolk, 6 miles SW.
of Wymondham, 695 ac., pop. 195,

Har . See also Harr—.

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