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Honiinglow, township and ry. sta., Burton on Trent
par., B. Staffordshire, mostly in NW. of Burton on
Trent, pop. 10,717; P.O.,
t.o. _

Horningsea, par. and vil., in co. and 3J> miles NE.
of Cambridge, 1580 ac., pop. 409.

Hornlngsliani, par. and vil., S. Wilts, 4 miles SW.
of Warminster, 2541 ac., pop. 813;

Horningsheatli (or Horringer), par. and vil., W.
Suffolk, 2 miles SW. of Bury St Edmunds, 2200 ac.,
pop. 662; P.O., called Horringer.

Horningtofit, par., W. Norfolk, 5 miles S. of Faken-
ham, 1405 ac., pop. 210.

Hornington, hamlet, Bolton Percy par., N. div.
AVest-Riding Yorkshire, 4 miles SE. of Tadcaster.

Hornsby, place, E. Cumberland, on river Eden, 8J
miles SE. of Carlisle.

nornscross.—hamlet, Parkham par., N. Devon, 5
miles SW. of Bideford; P.O.—2. Hornscross, hamlet,
on N. border of W. Kent, 1 m. W. of Greenhithe ; P.O.

Hornsea, small town and par., withry. sta., East-
Riding Yorkshire, on the North Sea, 15| miles NE. of
Hull by rail, 3332 ac. (330 water) and 231 foreshore,
pop. 1836 ; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank; is mentioned in records
of the 13th century, and in modern times has become a
favourite sea-bathing place. The sea has encroached
here very greatly.

Hornsea Bridge, ry. sta., East-Riding Yorkshire, 4
mile S. of Hornsea sta.

Hornsea Mere, lake, at W. side of town of Hornsea,
East-Riding Yorkshire ; is 2 m. long, and abounds in fish.

Hornsey, par. and local govt. dist. (ry. stations,
Hornsey and Hornsey Road), Middlesex, in N. vicinity
of London—par., 3039 ac., pop. 37,078; local govt,
dist., 2813 ac., pop. 22,485.

Hornsey Division, pari. div. of Middlesex, pop.
48,269; comprises Hornsey and Finchley pars.

Hornton, par. and vil., N. Oxfordshire, 54 miles
NAY. of Banbury, 1473 ac., pop. 500.

Horrabeer, hamlet, 1 mile SE. of Horrabridge sta.,
S. Devon.

Horrabridge, eccl. dist. and vil. with ry. sta.,
Buckland Monachorum, Sampford Spiney, St Peter
Tavy, Walkhampton, and Whitchurch pars., S. Devon
—dist., pop. 748; vil., 4 miles SE. of Tavistock; p. o.,
T. o.

Horridge.—seat, 2 miles E. of Chapel-en-le-Frith,
Derbyshire.—2. Horridge, hamlet, 2 miles SW. of
Ilsington, S. Devon.

Horringer, par., W. Suffolk, 2 miles SW. of Bury
St Edmunds; P.O. See

Horringford, hamlet with ry. sta., on river East
Yar, Isle of Wight, 54 miles SE. of Newport sta.

Horrington, eccl. dist., AVells St Cuthbert par.,
mid. Somerset, pop. 1366.

Horrington, East and West, 2 hamlets, Horrington
dist., mid. Somerset, 2 m. E. and 24 m. NE. of AVells.

Horrisdalc, island, in Gair Loch, W. Ross-shire.

Horrocksford, vil., Bolton le Moors par., SE. Lan-
cashire, near Bolton.

Horsborongh, coast hamlet, Morthoe par., N.
Devon, 5 miles NW. of Barnstaple.

Horsburgli Castle, ruins of old tower of the Hors-
burghs, Innerleithen par., in co. and 3 miles E. of
Peebles, near the Tweed.

Horsdon Common, Long Sutton par., N. Hants,
near Odiham.

Horse-. See also Hors-.

Horse, The, promontory, on W. coast of Cornwall,
24 miles NW. of Lizard Head.

Horse Channel.—the S. passage to river Mersey, off
coast of Cheshire, between East Hoyle Bank and Great
Burba Bank.—2. Horse Channel, passage in Thames
estuary, off Reculver, E. Kent, 24 miles SAY. of Mar-
gate Sand.

Horse Eye, place, in par. and 2 mileaE. of Hailsham,
E. Sussex.

Horse Island, off N. side of Muck island, Small
Isles par., Inner Hebrides, Argyllshire.

Horse Island.—in river Fergus, Clondagad par., co.
Clare, 34 ac., pop. 5.—2. Horse Island, at the mouth
of Castlehaven Harbour, S. co. Cork, 26 ac., pop. 7.—
3. Horse Island, in Roaring Water Bay, Skull par.,
S. co. Cork, 154 ac., pop. 63.—4. Horse Island, in
Lough Erne, Derryvullen par., co. Fermanagh, 46 ac.,

pop. 3.—5. Horse Island, in Ballinskelligs Bay, Prior
par., S. co. Kerry, 34 ac., pop. 13.

Horse Isle, off Ardrossan Harbour, Ayrshire.

Horse Rock, in river Shannon, on N. side of channel,
12| miles below Limerick; has a fixed light seen 6 m.

Horse and Jockey, ry. sta., 5 miles S. of Thurles,
co. Tipperary; P.O.

Horse of Copinskay, rocky islet, off E. coast of
Mainland, Orkney. See

Horsea Island, in Portsmouth harbour, Hants ; is a
marsh island, with a farmhouse, and is | mile long by
4 mile wide.

Horscbridgc.—vil., Buckland Monachorum par., S.
Devon.—2. Horsebridgc, ry. sta., S. Hants, 6 miles
N. of Romsey.—3. Horsehridge, hamlet, AVestbury
par., S. Shropshire, 9 miles SW. of Shrewsbury.—4.
Horsehridge, vil., Hellingley par., E. Sussex, on river
Cuckmere, 2 miles NW. of Hailsham;
P. 0.

Horsehridge Clough, valley, S. div. AYest-Riding
Yorkshire, in N. vicinity of Hebden Bridge.

Horsccroft.—place, Stamford par., Berks, 44 miles
SE. of Faringdon.—2. Horsccroft, hamlet, Hornings-
heath and Newton pars., W. Suffolk, 2 miles S\Ar. of
Bury St Edmunds.

Horseham Steps, natural bridge of granite across
the Becky, S. Devon, 2£ m. S. of Moreton Hampstead.

Horsehay, hamlet with ry. sta., Dawley par., N.
Shropshire, 44 miles SE. of AVellington ; P.O.

Horsehay Common, hamlet, Wellington par., N.
Shropshire, 13 miles E. of Shrewsbury.

Horseheath, par. and vil., Cambridgeshire, 34 miles
NE. of Linton, 1849 ac., pop. 545 ; P.O.

Horseheath Green, hamlet, Horseheath par., Cam-
bridgeshire, 24 miles NE. of Linton.

Horsehouse, hamlet, Coverham par., North-Riding
Yorkshire, on river Cover, 84 m. SAV. of Leyburn; P.O.

Horseleap, ry. sta., on N. border of King’s co., 4
miles N. of Clara; P.O. See

Horseley.—hamlet, in par. and 1 mile SW. of
Eccleshall, W. Staffordshire; has a lakelet of about
40 ac.—2. Horseley, hamlet, AVolverley par., AV.
AYorcestershire, 3 miles NW. of Kidderminster.—3.
Horseley. See also

Horseley Heath, hamlet, Tipton par., E. Stafford-
shire, 14 mile N. of Dudley.

Horseley Towers, East, seat, Surrey. See Hors-
ley, East.

Horsell, par. and vil., W. Surrey, 6 miles SW. of
Chertsey, 2937 ac., pop. 900; P.O.

Horseman Side, place, Navestock par., AV. Essex,
6 miles S. of Ongar.

Horscmills, hamlet, Kingsteignton par., E. Devon.

Horsemonden.—hundred, Kent. See Brenchley
and Horsemonden.
—2. Horsemonden, vil., mid.
Kent, and par., partly in Sussex—par., 4606 ac. (42
water), pop. 1451; vil., 3 miles NE. of Lamberhurst;
t.o., called Horsmonden. Mkt.-day, Wednesday.

Horsemore Green, hamlet, Langley-Marish par.,
S. Bucks, 14 mile NW. of Colnbrook; P.O., T.o.

Horsendon, par., mid. Bucks, near Princes Ris-
borough, 535 ac., pop. 46; contains the seat of H. Honse.

Horsepath, par. and vil., in co. and 4 miles SE. of
Oxford, 1154 ac., pop. 324; P.O.

Horse-slioe Bay, small bay on SE. coast of Isle of
Wight, | mile NE. of Ventnor.

Horsc-shoe Bay, natural harbour, in E. of Kerrera
island, Argyll, on Kerrera Sound, 24 m. SW. of Oban.

Horse-shoe Rock, insulated rock, 2 miles S. of Wick-
low Head, E. co. Wicklow.

Horseshoes, hamlet, 34 miles E. of St Albans, Herts.

Horseway Head, hamlet, Staunton upon Arrow
par., Herefordshire, 11 miles W. of Leominster.

Horsey.—on coast of Norfolk, 104 miles NW. of
Yarmouth; p.o. See
Horsey next the Sea. — 2.
Horsey, hamlet, on river Parret, W. Somerset, 2 miles
NE. of Bridgwater.—3. Horsey, place, 2 miles NE. of
Eastbourne, E. Sussex.

Horsey Island (2 miles long and 14 mile broad),
Kirby-le-Soken par., E. Essex, in bay near the Naze ; is
marshy, and used for grazing purposes. It has a few
houses and a ford to the mainland.

Morscy-ncxt-the-Sea, coast par. and hamlet, N.
Norfolk, 104 miles NW. of Yarmouth, 1880 ac. (125


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