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Hongliton on the Hill.—par. and vil., in co. and 6
miles SB. of Leicester, 2450 ac., pop. 415 ;
P.O., called
Houghton.—2. Hongliton on the IIlll, par., W.
Norfolk, on river AVissey, 44 miles SE. of Swaffham,
601 ac., pop. 48;
P.O., called Houghton.

Hougue Hie, or Prince’s Tower, 24 miles NE. of
St Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands.

Houl, Easter, hamlet, Tingwall par., Shetland, 1
mile SE. of Scalloway.

Houland, hamlet, Tingwall par., Shetland, in N.
vicinity of Scalloway.

Honinet Rocks, W. coast of Guernsey, Channel
Islands, on N. side of Yazon Bay.

Hounani, Roxburghshire. See Hownam.

Hound, par., Hants, on Southampton Water, on
SE. side and partly within the pari, limits of South-
ampton, 3638 ac., pop. 4068.

Hound Green, hamlet, Heckfield par., N. Hants, 4
miles N. of Odiham.

Hound Hill, place, in par. and 2 miles NW. of
Wimborne Minster, Dorset.

Hound House, seat, close to Gomshall sta., Surrey,

6 miles SW. of Dorking.

Hound Tor, eminence, S. Devon, 5 miles S. of More-
ton Hampstead.

Uoundsborough, Barwick, and Coker, hundred,
mid. Somerset, 18,634 ac., pop. 7104 ; contains 16 pars.

Honndslow, hamlet, Westruther par., Berwickshire,

7 miles E. of Lauder.

Houndsmoor, hamlet, Milverton par., AY. Somerset,
64 miles NW. of Taunton.

Houndstone, hamlet, Brimpton par., mid. Somerset,
2 miles W. of Yeovil.

Hoiindstrcct, hamlet, Marksbury par., E. Somerset,
4 miles S. of Keynsham.

Houndswood, seat, 4 miles E. of Cong, S. co. Mayo.

Honndwood, quoad sacra par. and hamlet, Cold-
ingham par., NE. Berwickshire—par., pop. 1516; the
hamlet is 3 miles SE. of Grant’s House sta.; in vicinity
is Honndwood House, seat.

Honnsdown, hamlet, in New Forest, S. Hants, 54
miles W. of Southampton;

Hounslow, town and ry. sta. (Hounslow and Whit-
ton), Heston and Isleworth pars., Middlesex, 24 miles
SW. of Brentford and 9 miles SW. of Hyde Park
Corner, London, pop. 10,459;
P.O., T.O., and P.O., T.O.
at Hounslow Heath, 1 Bank, 1 newspaper; has ex-
tensive military barracks for both cavalry and infantry.
The mfr. of gunpowder is largely carried on, as is also
carriage-building and brickmaking. The local gardens
send considerable supplies to the London market. The
heath, which is notorious in the annals of highway rob-
bery, stretches 5 m. westwards, and is partly enclosed.

Hounslow Barracks, ry. sta., Hounslow, Middlesex.

Honrn, lock, sea-loch, E. arm of Sleat Sound, AY.
Inverness-shire; strikes 14 miles E. between Glenelg
dist. and Knoydart dist.

Housny Island, in the Out Skerries group, Nesting
par., Shetland. See
Housie Skerries.

House Holm, islet, in Ullswater, Westmorland, at
the mouth of the highest reach.

House Island, one of the Fern Islands or Staples,
Northumberland; the place where St Cuthbert died.

House Island, Shetland. See Burra.

House of Haddo. See Haddo, House of.

House of Muir, place where markets were held,
Glencorse par., Edinburghshire, 3 m. N. of Penicuik.

Houscdean, place, Falmer par., E. Sussex, 4 miles
NE. of Brighton.

Househill, seat, in co. and SE. vicinity of Nairn.

HousehIU Muir, vil. with quarry, &c., Abbey
par., Renfrewshire, on Levern Water, 24 miles NE.
of Barrhead.

Honscl (or Householc) Bay, on S. coast of Cornwall,
near Lizard Head ; at head of bay is Housel Cove, a
well-sheltered spot, much frequented for bathing.

Housesteads, Roman station, S. Northumberland,
on the Roman wall, 54 miles NE. of Haltwhistle ; is
the most interesting and extensive example of Roman
work on the wall.

Housie Skerries, islands in the Out Skerries group,
Nesting par., Shetland, pop. 71; the name is some-
times aiven to the whole Out Skerries group.

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