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2. Heathficld, par., W. Somerset, 5 miles NW. of
Taunton, 692 ac., pop. 102.—3. Ileathfield, place,
mid. Surrey, near Wandsworth.—4. Ileathfield, par.
and vil. with ry. sta., E. Sussex, 8 miles N. of Hails-
ham, 8032 ac., pop. 1995 ;
P.O., T.O. ; in vicinity are
the seats of Hcathfteld Park (once the property of
General Elliot, of Gibraltar fame) and Heathiicld
Lodge; also Heathfleld (or Gibraltar) Tower, 590ft.
above sea-level, erected in memory of General Elliot.
—5. Heathtield, hamlet, Ramsgill par., E. div. West-
Riding Yorkshire, 2½ m. NW. of Pateley Bridge sta.

Heathfleld, part of vil. of Garnkirk : which see.

Heathfleld Common, hamlet, in par. and 1 mile
NE. of Heathfleld, E. Sussex;

Hcathpool, township, Kirk Newton par., N. North-'
umberland, on College Burn, 6 miles NW. of Wooler,
1124 ac., pop. 14.

Heath’s Court, seat, near Ottery St Mary, S. Devon.

Heathton, hamlet, Claverley par., S. Shropshire, 6½
miles E. of Bridgnorth.

Heathwaite.—hamlet, Kirkby Ireleth par., N. Lan¬
cashire, 3 miles E. of Broughton in Purness. — 2.
Heathwaite, hamlet, Whorlton par., North-Riding
Yorkshire, 4 miles SW. of Stokesley.

Heathylec, township, Alstonefield par., N. Stafford,
onr. Manifold, 2 m. W. of Longnor, 5536 ac., pop. 418.

Heatley, hamlet, in par. and 1 mile NW. of Abbots
Bromley, W. Staffordshire.

Heatley Heath, hamlet (ry. sta. Heatley), Lymm
par., mid. Cheshire, 3 miles W. of Dunham Massey sta.
and 12½ miles SW. of Manchester;

Heaton.—township, Deane par., SE. Lancashire, 2
miles NW. of Bolton, 1744 ac., pop. 1461; contains the
seat of Heaton Grove.—2. Heaton, hamlet, in co.
and 2½ miles SW. of Lancaster. See Heaton with
Oxclipee.—3. Heaton, township and ry. sta., New¬
castle All Saints par., S. Northumberland, in NE. of
Newcastle, 909 ac., pop. 1466.—4. Heaton, township,
in par. and 4 miles NW. of Leek, N. Staffordshire, on
river Dane, 2689 ac., pop. 328.—5. Heaton, township,
in par. and NAY. of bor. of Bradford, N. div. AYest-
Riding Yorkshire, 1323ac., pop. 3107 ;
P.O.—6. Heaton,
See also Hetton.

Heaton, Great, township (ry. sta. Heaton Park),
Prestwich par., SE. Lancashire, on river Irk, 4 miles
N. of Manchester, 875 ac., pop. 376; contains Heaton
Park, seat of the Earl of AYilton.

Heaton, Little, township (ry. sta. Heaton Park),
Prestwick par., SE. Lancashire, 5 miles N. of Man¬
chester, 532 ac., pop. 828.

Heaton, New, hamlet, on N. border of N. Northum¬
berland, 2 miles NE. of Cornhill; here is the ruin of
Heaton Castle.

Heaton, Upper, hamlet, Kirkheaton par., S. div.
West-Riding Yorkshire, near Huddersfield.

Heaton Chapel, ry. sta., SE. Lancashire, 4¾ miles
of Manchester ; P.O., T.o.

Heaton Earls, AYest-Riding Yorkshire. See Earls

Heaton Hall.—seat, on river Lune, N. Lancashire, 3
miles SE. of Morecambe.—2. Heaton Hall, seat, near
Bingley, West-Riding Yorkshire.

Heaton Lodge, seat, S. div. West-Riding Yorkshire,
3½ miles NE. of Huddersfield.

Heaton Mersey, eccl. dist. and vil. with ry. sta.,
Manchester par., SE. Lancashire — dist., pop. 2436;

T il., on river Mersey, 2 miles W. of Stockport; P.O.

Heaton Moor, eccl. dist., Manchester par., SE. Lan¬
cashire, pop. 1742.

Heaton Norris, town and township, Manchester
nar., SE. Lancashire, on river Mersey, 5f miles SE. of
Manchester—township, 2116 ac., pop. 20,347 (14,550 in
bor. of Stockport); town, pop. 5797 ;
P.O., T.O. ; is con¬
nected with Stockport by several bridges and a railway
viaduct; has extensive cotton factories, bleaching
works and iron foundries.

Heaton Park, ry. sta., and seat of the Earl of
Wilton, SE. Lancashire, 4 miles N. of Manchester. See
Heaton, Great.

Heaton Reddish, eccl. dist., Manchester par., SE.
Lancashire, pop. 9428.

Heaton Royds, seat, E. div. West-Riding Yorkshire,
near Leeds

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