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Haughley, par. and vil. with ry. sta. (Haughley
Road), W. Suffolk, 3 miles NW. of Stowmarket, 2518
ac., pop. 881; P.O., T.O.; has ruins of an ancient castle.

Hanghmond Demesne, par., N. Shropshire, 44
miles E. of Shrewsbury, 1654 ac., pop. 132; has ruins
of Hanghmond Abbey (1100).

Haughs Bay, Kincardine, 2 m. NE. of Johnshaven.

Hanghs of Cromdale, battlefield (1690), in SE. of
Cromdale par., Elginshire, between Hills of Cromdale
and river Spey.

Hanghton.—township, Bunbury par., W. Cheshire,
5 miles NW. of Nantwich, 1098 ac., pop. 131.—2.
Hanghton, township, in par. and 6 miles SE. of Man-
chester, SE. Lancashire, 887 ac., pop. 5051; P.O.,
called Haughton Green.—3. Hanghton, hamlet,
Llandysilio par., Montgomeryshire, on river Vyrnwy,
84 miles NE. of Welshpool.—4. Haughton, township,
Simonburn par., S. Northumberland, on river North
Tyne, 7 miles NW. of Hexham, 1839 ac. (55 water),
pop. 115.—5. Haughton, par., N. Notts, 44 miles
NW. of Tuxford, 1001 ac., pop. 51.—6. Haughton,
hamlet, Ercall Magna par., N. Shropshire, 4 miles NE.
of Shrewsbury.—7. Hanghton, hamlet, West Felton
par., N. Shropshire, 54 miles SE. of Oswestry.—8.
Haughton, par. and ry. sta., in co. and 4 miles SW.
of Stafford, 1903 ac., pop. 501; P.O.

Haughton, seat, in par. and 1 mile NE. of Alford
sta., Aberdeenshire, on river Don.

Haughton Green, 2 miles SE. of Denton, SE.
Lancashire; P.O. See

Haughton Hall, 1 mile NW. of Shifnal, Shropshire.

Haughton le Skerne, par. and township, S. Durham,
onriver Skerne, 14 mile NE. of Darlington—par., 10,614
ac., pop. 1800; township, 1358 ac., pop. 713; P.O.

Hanhswell, par., North-Riding Yorkshire, 4 miles
NE. of Leyburn, 4590 ac., pop. 252 ; contains the town-
ships of East Haukswell, 1249 ac., pop. 95, and West
Haukswell, 892 ac., pop. 40.

Haulbowilne Island, in Cork Harbour, S. co. Cork;
is fortified and contains an ordnance dep6t.

Haul bowline Hock, S. co. Down, at mouth of Car-
lingford Lough; has a lighthouse 111 ft. high, with
fixed light (Carlingford) 104 ft. above higli water and
seen 15 miles.

Haulgli, hamlet, Bolton-le-Moors par., SE. Lanca-
shire, in Bolton bor. See
Tonge with Haulgh.

Haulkerton, estate, Laurencekirk par., Kincardine.

Haultin, stream, Skye island. See Glen Haultin.

llaultwick, place, Little Munden par., Herts, 6
miles N. of Ware.

Haunch Hall, seat, 3 miles NW. of Lichfield, E.

Hannton, hamlet, Clifton Campville par., E. Staf-
fordshire, 4 miles NE. of Tamworth.

Hauster (or Thrmnster) Burn, stream, Wick par.,
E. Caithness-shire ; flows 8 miles NE. to Wick Water
1 mile NW. of Wick.

Haustley, hamlet, Wolverley par., W. Worcester-
shire, near Kidderminster.

Hautbois, Great, par., N. Norfolk, 7£ miles NE. of
Norwich, 610 ac., pop. 190.

Hantbois, Little, hamlet, Lammas par., N. Norfolk,
8 miles NE. of Norwich. See
Lammas with Little

Hautville, seat, near St Peter Port, Guernsey,
Channel Islands.

Hauxley, coast township, in par. and 3 miles SE. of
Warkworth, N. Northumberland, 754 ac., pop. 972;
has fisheries and extensive coal mines.

Hauxton, par., on river Cam, in co. and 4 miles
SW. of Cambridge, 568 ac., pop. 232.

Havannah, 1 mile from Stanley sta., S. div. West-
Riding Yorkshire; P.O.

Havant, market town and par. with ry. sta., S.
Hants, on Langston Harbour, 6 miles NE. of Ports-
mouth, 2786 ac. and 443 tidal water and foreshore, pop.
3032; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank. Market-day,
Tanning, malting, brewing, and parchment mfr. con-
stitute the chief industries.

Haven, hamlet, Rudgwick par., W. Sussex, 7 miles
NW. of Horsham.

Haven Bank, par., mid. Lincolnshire, 8 miles S. of
Horncastle, 5022 ac. (with Coningsby), pop. 29.

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