Hessctt, par., W. Suffolk, 5 miles SE. of Bury St
Edmunds, 1568 ae., pop. 428.
Hessilheatl Castle, old ruin, in par. and 2 miles E.
of Beith, N. Ayrshire.
Hcssle.—par., township, and vil., with ry. sta.,
East-Riding Yorkshire, on river Humber, 44 miles SAY.
of Hull—par., 4166 ac. (including part of Kirk Ella
par.), pop. 2696; township (partly in Kirk Ella par.),
2695 ac., pop. 2557; P.O., T.o., and P.O., T.o., at
llessle Koad ; in vicinity is the seat of Hessle Wood
Hall.—2. Hessle, township, Wragby par., S. div.
West-Riding Yorkshire, 5 miles SE. of Wakefield, 645
ac., pop. 119.
Hest, hamlet, Bolton-le-Sands par., in co. and 3 miles
N. of Lancaster. See Slyne with Hest.
Hest Bank, watering-place and ry. sta., Bolton-le-
Sands par., N. Lancashire, on Morecambe Bay, 31 miles
N. of Lancaster ; P.O.
Hestan, Isle of, island, at mouth of Auchencairn
Bay, Kirkcudbright, 7 miles S. of Dalbeattie.
Hestercombe, dist., Kingston par., W. Somerset, 3
miles N. of Taunton ; contains tbe seat of H. House.
Hestholme, hamlet, Muncaster par., W. Cumber-
land, on river Esk, 3 miles NE. of Ravenglass.
Heston, par. and vil., Middlesex, 2 miles NW. of
Hounslow and 11 miles SW. of London, 3823 ac., pop.
9754; P.O.; here are market gardens and extensive
brickfields : the neighbourhood is famed for its wheat,
which in the time of Elizabeth was reserved for the
Heswall, par. and vil., W. Cheshire, on estuary of
Dee, 34 miles NW. of Neston, 2043 ae., pop. 1075; P.O.,
called lies well 5 Heswall Hill, 1 mile N. of vil., has
alt. of 360 ft.
Heswall with Oldfield, township, Heswall par., W.
Cheshire (containing vil. of Heswall), 1335 ac., pop. 876.
Hcswell, 34 miles NW. of Neston, W. Cheshire;
p.o. See Heswall.
Hctchester, ancient British camp, in par. and 5 miles
SW. of Rothbury, N. Northumberland, 320 by 270 ft.
Hcthe (or Heath), par. and vil., E. Oxfordshire, 5
miles NE. of Bicester, 1102 ac., pop. 375; P.O.
Hethel, par., S. Norfolk, 4 miles SE. of Wymond-
ham, 1428 ac., pop. 149; contains the seat of H. Hall.
Hethersett, par. and vil. with ry. sta., S. Norfolk,
6£ miles SW. of Norwich, 2674 ac., pop. 1123; P.O.;
in vicinity of vil. is the seat of Hethersett Hall.
Hethersgill, township, Kirk Linton par., E. Cum-
berland, on affluent of river Line, 6 miles NE. of Long-
town, 5464 ac., pop. 587.
Hctherton Park, seat, 1 mile NE. of Wellington,
Hethfelton Lodge, seat, 4 m. W. of Wareham, Dorset.
Hett, township, Merrington par., in co. and 4 miles
S. of Durham, 1279 ac., pop. 338.
Hetton.—ry. sta., 7 miles NE. of Shincliffe sta.,
Durham. See Hetton le Hole.—2. Hetton, hamlet,
Chattonpar., N. Northumberland, on stream of same
name, 5 miles NW. of Belford; in vicinity is the seat
of Hetton Hall.—3. Hetton, township, Burnsall par.,
N. div. AYest-Riding Yorkshire, 44 miles N. of Ship-
ton, 1743 ac., pop. 101; P.O.
Hetton, North, mining vil., 24 miles NW. of South
Hetton sta., N. Durham.
Hetton, South, eccl. dist. and mining vil. with ry.
sta., Easington par., N. Durham—dist., pop. 2295;
vil., 34 miles N. of Shotton Bridge sta. and 8 miles
SW. of Sunderland; P.O.
Hetton Downs, 1 mile from Hetton le Hole, N.
Durham ; P.O.
Hetton le Hole, township and vil. (ry. sta. Hetton),
Houghton le Spring par., N. Durham, 7 miles S. of
Sunderland, 1618 ac., pop. 10,945; P.O., T.o.; contains
the seat of Hetton Hall.
Heugh.—on N. side of the new harbour, Hartlepool,
Durham; has lighthouse 73 ft. high, with 2 fixed
lights (Hartlepool) 84 and 62 ft. above high-water, and
seen 15 and 4 miles.—2. Heugh, township, Stamford-
ham par., S. Northumberland, 1£ mile NE. of Stam-
fordham, 2288 ac., pop. 315.
ncngh Town. See Hugh Town.
Heughlicad, hamlet, Strathdon par., W. Aberdeen-
shire, near river Don, 16 miles SAY. of Rhynie
i Heuk, The, seat, on Dryfe Water, Dumfriesshire,
4 miles N. of Lockerbie.
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