llcnliurst.—hamlet, in par. and near Cobham, mid.
Kent.—2. Henhurst, hundred, Hastings rape, E.
Sussex, 10,665 ac., pop. 2355; contains 2 pars, and
parts of 2 others.
Hcnlarth, hamlet, Llanfair-Caereinion par., Mont-
gomeryshire, 2 miles from Llanfair.
llcniecknowle, hamlet, StBudeaux par., S. Devon,
3| miles NW. of Plymouth.
Hcnladc, hamlet, Rushton par., W. Somerset, 2
miles SE. of Taunton ; P.O.; in vicinity is the seat of
Hcnleasc, seat, W. Gloucester, in vicinity of Bristol.
Henley.—ry. sta., Oxfordshire. See Henley ON
Thames.—2. Henley, hamlet, Bitterley and Stanton
Lacy par., S. Shropshire, on branch of river Teme, 2
miles NE. of Ludlow.—3. Henley, hamlet, High Ham
par., mid. Somerset, on river Cary, 4 miles NW. of
Somerton. — 4. Henley, hamlet, in par. and near
Crewkerne, mid. Somerset.—5. Henley, par. and vil.,
E. Suffolk, 44 miles N. of Ipswich, 1232 ac., pop. 248 ;
P.O.—6. Henley, division of Barlichway hundred, N.
Warwickshire, 19,041 ac., pop. 4235 ; contains the town
of Henley in Arden and 5 pars.
Henley, Cold, Hants. See Cold Henley.
Henley (or Southern) Division, pari. div. of Oxford-
shire, pop. 45,983.
Henley Park, seat, in vicinity of Henley on'
Thames, Oxfordshire.—2. Henley Park, seat, 4 miles
NW. of Guildford, W. Surrey.
Henley Street, hamlet,Luddesdown par., mid. Kent,
6 miles S. of Gravesend.
Henley in Arden, small town, Wootton Wawen par.,
S. Warwickshire, 6 miles SW. of Kingswood sta. and
10 miles W. of Warwick, pop. 1119; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank;
is an old town, and was at one time a place of con-
Henley on Thames, mun. bor., market town, and
par., with ry. sta., SE. Oxfordshire, near border of
Bucks and Berks, on river Thames, at terminus of ry.,
35 miles W. of London—par., 1758 ac., pop. 3692; bor.
(partly also in Rotherfield Greys par.), pop. 4604;
P.O., T.O., 2 Banks, 1 newspaper. Market-day, Thurs-
day ; has trade in malt, flour, corn, and timber ; there
are several breweries. Henley is an old incorporation,
dating from the tenth year of Elizabeth; it was incor-
porated under the Municipal Act, August 1883.
Henllan.—-par., Cardiganshire, on river Teifi, 3
miles E. of Newcastle-in-Emlyn, 387 ac., pop. 117.—
2. Henllan, par. and vil., Denbighshire—par. (partly
in bor. of Denbigh), 14,825 ac., pop. 2815; pop. of
burghal part, 1808; vil., 24 miles NW. of Denbigh; P.O.
—3. Henllan, hamlet and seat, Llandewy-Velfrey
par., Pembrokeshire, 2 miles NE. of Narberth.
Henllan-Amgoed, par., township, and hamlet, Car-
marthenshire, 6 miles NE. of Narberth—par., 3651 ac.,
pop. 388; township, 1033 ac., pop. 145.
Uenlle, hamlet, Whittington par., N. Shropshire, 2
miles NE. of Oswestry.
Ilcnllis, par., SW. Monmouthshire, on branch of
river Usk, 34 m. NW. of Newport, 2622 ac., pop. 334.
Henllys.—seat, near Beaumaris, Anglesey; contains
many antiquities.—2. Henllys, tithing, in par. and
near Aberffraw, Anglesey.—3. Henllys, coast town-
ship, Llanfihangel-Geneur-Glynn par., Cardiganshire,
4 miles NE. of Aberystwith, 5144 ac., pop. 399.
Henlow, par. and vil. with ry. sta., on E. border of
Bedfordshire, 5 miles NW. of Hitchin and 12 miles SE.
of Bedford, 2450 ac., pop. 932; P.O.; in vicinity of vil.
is the seat of Henlow Grange.
Henlys, hamlet, Brenchley par., mid. Kent, 64
miles NW. of Cranbrook.
Henmore, stream (affluent of the river Dove),
Derbyshire; passes through the town of Ashborne,
which it divides into two parts.
llcnnacliff, headland, on W. coast of Cornwall, N.
of Bude, alt. 450 ft.
Henner, hamlet, in par. and 2 miles E. of Leomin-
ster, Herefordshire; in vicinity is the seat of II. House.
Hennerton, seat, Berks. See Henebton House.
Hennock, par. and vil., E. Devon, 6 miles SE. of
Moreton Hampstead, 3469 ac., pop. 769; P.O.
Ucnny, Great, par., E. Essex, on river Stour, 2 miles
S. of Sudbury, 1118 ac., pop. 301.
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