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Hydes Pastures, hamlet, Hinckley par., N. AYar-
wickshire, 2 miles E. of Nuneaton.

Hydncye, name of extinct town, Willingdon par.,
E. Sussex.

Hydon Clyst, par., E. Devon, 4 miles SE. of Cul-
lompton, 1725 ac., pop. 277; P.O., called Clyst Hydon.

Hydon Heath, tract, AY. Surrey, 3 m. S. of Godalming.

Hykeham, ry. sta. (for North and South Hyckham),
in co. and 3£ miles SW. of Lincoln. See

Hylands, seat, 2 miles SW. of Chelmsford, Essex.

Hylipol, quoad sacra par., Tyree par., Argyllshire,
pop. 1492.

Hylton (or Hilton), township and vil. with ry. sta.,
Monk Wearmouth par., N. Durham, on river AVear, 3
miles AV. of Sunderland, 2593 ac., pop. 1533 ; P.O., T.O.;
has shipbuilding, and iron and chemical works; in
vicinity of vil. is Hylton Castle (13th century); 1 mile
distant is the vil. of North Hylton; P.O.

Hylton, South, eccl. dist., Bishop Wearmouth par.,
Durham, pop. 2647.

Hynd Castle, ruin, Monikie par., Forfarshire.

Hyndford, estate, Lanarkshire, property of the
Carmichael family; contains llyndlbrdbridge-end,
hamlet, on the Clyde,
2\ miles SE. of Lanark. See

Hyndhope, seat, Kirkhope par., in co. and 9| miles
SW. of Selkirk, on Ettrick Water.

Hynlng, seat, lk m. NE. of Carnforth, N. Lancashire.

Hyreth, vil., Llanfalteg par., W. Carmarthenshire,

4 miles NE. of Narberth.

Hyson Green, eccl. dist., Radford par., in co. and
bor. of Nottingham, pop. 6049; P.O., T.O.

Hyssington, par., partly in Shropshire but chiefly in
Montgomeryshire, 6 miles SE. of Montgomery, 2382
ac., pop. 315.

Hythe.—pari, and mun. bor., market town, water-
ing-place, and Cinque Port, E. Kent, 68 miles SE. of
London—pari. bor. (including Folkestone, 5 miles E.),
13,591 ac., pop. 28,239; mun. bor., 2517ac., pop. 4173 ;
1 Bank. Market-day,
Saturday. Leland says that Hythe
at one time had four parish churches and a fine abbey :
that it was formerly a place of some importance is further
proved by its having been made one of the Cinqne Ports.
Its falling off is due to the harbour having been choked
with sand and shingle. The town is pleasantly situ-
ated, and has some interesting antiquities; is well
known through the Government School of Musketry, the
rifle butts, &c.; and has two forts, viz., Sutherland and
Moncreiff. The bor. returns 1 member to Parliament.
—2. Hythe, hamlet with ry. sta., onriver Colne, E.
Essex, 1 mile SE. of Colchester.—3. Hythe, eccl. dist.
and vil., Fawley par., S. Hants, on W. side of South-
ampton Water—dist., pop. 705; vil.,
2\ miles S. of
Southampton; P.O., T.O.

Hythe, New, hamlet, East Mailing par., mid. Kent,

5 miles AV". of Maidstone.

Hythe, St Leonard, par., E. Kent, in bor. of Hythe,
795 ac. (15 water) and 45 foreshore, pop. 3522.

Hythe, West, coast par., E. Kent, mostly in bor. of
Hythe, 1137 ac. (12 water) and 81 foreshore, pop. 138.

Hythe End, hamlet, AVyrardisbury par., Bucks, on
border of co., 1£ mile NW. of Staines; in vicinity are
the Hythe End Paper Hills.

I, one of the names of Iona : which see. _

I Hor, island, with ecclesiastical ruins, in Sound of
Jura, Argyllshire, at mouth of Loch Sween.

Iar-Connanght, another name for bar. Moycullen,
co. Galway.

Iasgalr (An t-Iasgair), small island, off coast of
Skye island, 3 miles NW. of Kilmuir church.

Ibane and Barryroe, bar., S. co. Cork, 35,291 ac.,
pop. 17,946.

Ibber, The, stream, Derbyshire, flowing 7 miles E.
to the Rother at Chesterfield.

Lbberton, par., N. Dorset, 7 miles W. of Blandford,
1383 ac., pop. 187.

Ible, township, in par. and 4 miles NW. of AVirks-
worth, N. Derbyshire, 424 ac., pop. 50.

Ibrickan, bar., W. co. Clare, 56,696 ac., pop. 14,293.

Ibrls, island, Firth of Forth. See Eyebrouchty.

Ibrox, ry. sta. and SW. suburb of Glasgow ; P.O.

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