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water), pop. 199; P.O., called Horsey; in vicinity of
hamlet is Horsey Mere, a lake of 113 ac.

Horsford, par. and vil., S. Norfolk, 5 miles NW. of
Norwich, 4177 ac., pop. 697 ;

Horsfortli, township with ry. sta., Guiseley par., E.
div. West-Riding Yorkshire, on river Aire, 5 miles NW.
of Leeds, 2801 ac., pop. 6346;
P.O., t.o.; has bleaching
works and mfrs. of silk and woollen cloth.

Horsham.—market town and par. with ry. sta.,
Sussex, on branch of river Arun, 22 miles NAA”. of
Brighton—par., 11,089 ac., pop. 9552; town, 833 ac.,
pop. 6874 ;
P.O., T.O., 2 Banks, 2 newspapers. Market-
Monday and Wednesday. Although Horsham is
an old and picturesque town, it has but few historical
associations. St Mary’s parish church is supposed to
date from the time of King John. Corn and timber
form tbe chief trade, and the industies include malt-
ing, brewing, tanning, iron and brass founding, and
coaehmaking. Horsham returned 1 member to Parlia-
ment until 1885. In vicinity is Horsham Park.—2.
Horsham, place, Upchurch par., E. Kent, 54 miles E.
of Rochester.—3. Horsham, vil., Horsham and Newton
St Faith par., S. Norfolk, 5 miles NW. of Norwich.

Horsham (or North-Western) Hivision, pari. div.
of Sussex, pop. 51,146.

Horsham and Newton St Faith, par., S. Norfolk,
2340 ac., pop. 1082; contains Horsham.

Horshill, place, 1 m. from Wokingham sta., Berks.

Horsington.—par., mid. Lincolnshire, 4 miles AV. of
Horncastle, 1700 ac., pop. 360.—2. Horsington, par.
and vil., mid. Somerset, 3| miles SW. of Wincanton,
3591 ac., pop. 734;
P.O., T.o.; in vicinity of vil. is the
seat of Horsington House.—3. Horsington, hamlet,
on Paddington Canal, Middlesex, 2 m. SE. of Harrow.

Horsley.—par. and township, S. Derbyshire, 24
miles SE. of Belper—par., 2850 ac., pop. 2756; town"
ship, 1296 ac., pop. 383.—2. Horsley, par. and vil., E.
Gloucestershire, 5 miles S. of Stroud, 3887 ac., pop.
P.O.; has mfrs. ofwoollens.—3. Horsley, eccl. dist.
and hamlet, Elsdon par., N. Northumberland—dist.,
pop. 237 ; hamlet, on river Rede, 3 miles NAY. of Otter-
bum.— 4. Horsley, township, Ovingham par., S.
Northumberland, near Roman Wall, 24 miles NAY. of
Wylam, 1531 ac., pop. 348 ;

Horsley, Fast, par. and vil., W. Surrey, 54 miles
SW. of Leatherhead, 1832 ac., pop. 291;
P.O.; near vil.
is East Horsley Towers, seat of tbe Earl of Lovelace.

Horsley, Long, par. and vil., N. Northumberland, on
branch of river Coquet, 6 m. NAY. of Morpeth, 12,949
ac..(including part of Hartburn par.),
pop. 741; P.O.

Horsley, West, par. and vil., AY. Surrey, 6 miles
NE. of Guildford, 3022 ac., pop. 597 ;

Horsley Hall, seat, near Gresford sta., Denbighshire.

Horsley Hall, seat, Strontian, Argyllshire.

Horsley House, seat, 14 mile SAV. of Stanhope, N.

Horsley Moor, tract, N. Northumberland, common
to townships of Bigges Quarter, Freeholders Quarter,
Riddells Quarter, and Fenrother, 192 ac.

Horsley Wood ho use, township, Horsley par., S.
Derbyshire, 3 m. SE. of Belper, 627 ac., pop. 906;

Horsleydown, par., Southwark bor., E. Surrey, on
river Thames, forming part of London, 69 ac., pop. 8928.

Horsmonden, 3 miles NE. of Lamberhurst, mid.
P.O., t.o. See Horsemonden.

Horstead with Stanninghail, par., S. Norfolk,
onriver Bure, 6 m. NE. of Norwich, 2733 ac., pop. 565.

Horsted.—place, in par. and 2 miles N. of Aylesford,
mid. Kent.—2. Horsted, hamlet, in par. and near
Cudham, W. Kent.

Horsted, Little, par. and vil., E. Sussex, 24 miles
of Uckfield, 2384 ac., pop. 300; P.O., called
Horsted ; in vicinity
of vil. is the seat of L. H. Place.

Horsted Keynes, par. and vil. with ry. sta., E.
Sussex, 6 miles NE. of Haywards Heath sta. and 7
miles S. of East Grinstead, 4232 ac., pop. 1149;
the church contains the tomb of Archbishop Leighton
(1613-1684), who was buried in the chancel.

Hortland, seat, 5 m. SW. of Kilcoek, N. co. Kildare.

Horton.—par. and vil., SE. Bucks, oil river Colne,
34 miles SE. of Eton, 1367 ac., pop. 861;
P.O. ; the
church contains the tomb of Milton s mother, and here,
at the manor, the poet wrote several of his works.—2.

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