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traffic, corn, timber, and coal being the chief articles of
trade. (For shipping statistics, see Appendix.) The
Harbour is wide and deep. The industries are mostly
shipbuilding, ironfounding, machine making, malting,
and brewing, but there are likewise highly important
fisheries, especially for shrimps, smelts, and shell' fish.
The borough returns 1 member to Parliament; it re-
turned 2 members until 1885, when the parliamentary
limits were extended.

Kings Bcalnirn, township, Mor land par., West-
morland, on river Lyvennet, 4 miles NW. of Appleby,
2288 ac., pop. 177.

Kings Mead, hamlet, Soberton par., Hants, 3 miles
E. of Bishops Waltham.

King’s Mill, paperworks, Alton, Hants.—2. King’s
Mill, paperworks, Loud water, Wycombe, Bucks.

Kings Mills, hamlet, in AV. of Guernsey, Channel
Islands, 31 miles AY. of St Peter Port.

King’s Ncwniiani. See Newnham Regis.

Kings Newton, vil., Melbourne par., in co. and 7 m.
SE. of Derby; in vicinity is the seat of Kings New-
ton Kail.

Kings Norton.—town and par. with ry. sta., AVor-
cestershire, in NE. of co., 5£ miles S. of Birmingham,
12,132 ac., pop. 34,071;
P.O., T.O.; the Birmingham
and Worcester Canal here passes through a tunnel
16 ft. wide, 18 ft. high, and nearly 2 miles long ; there
are extensive paper mills, rolling mills, a large screw
factory, and well-known chocolate works.—2. Kings
Norton, or Norton by Galby, par. and township,
Leicestershire, 24 miles SAV. of Billesden—par., 1990
ac., pop. 136 ; township, pop. 52.

Kings Nynipton, par. and vil., Devon, 3| miles N.
of Chulmleigh, 5539 ac., pop. 626 ;
P.O., called Kings-
nympton; in vicinity of vil. is the seat of Kings
Nympton Park.

King’s Park, Fife. See Lucklaw Hill.

Kings Pyon, par., Herefordshire, 4 miles NE. of
Bishopstone, 2407 ac., pop. 439.

Kings Quay, a small inlet on NE. coast of Isle of
AVight, 4 miles NW. of Ryde; is said to have been the
landing-place of King John, who fled to the Isle of
Wight after signing Magna Charta.

Kings Ripton, par. and vil., in co. and 3J miles
NE. of Huntingdon, 1210 ac., pop. 183.

King’s River.—stream, W. co. Kilkenny; joins river
Nore 3 miles NAV. of Thomastown.—2. King’s River,
affluent of river Liffey, N. co. Wicklow, near Blessing-
ton; 15 miles long.

King’s Seat.—hill, summit of the Oehils, in par. and

2 miles NAV. of Dollar, Clackmannanshire, alt. 2111 ft.
—2. King’s Seat, hill, summit of the Sidlaws, on NW.
border of Abernyte par., E. Perthshire, alt. 1235 ft.—

3. King’s Seat, hill, near Dunkeld, Perthshire.

Kings Slielsley, AVorcester. See Shelsley Kings.

Kings Somborne.—hundred, in AV. of Hants, 31,319
ac., pop. 4058 ; contains 4 pars, and part of another.—
2. Kings Somborne, par. and vil., Hants, in W. of co.,

3 m. S. of Stockbridge, 7404 ac., pop. 1256; P.O., called
King Somborne; has some remains of an ancient palace.

Kiiig’s Sterndale, eccl. dist., Bakewell and Hope
pars., Derbyshire, pop. 191.

Kings Sutton. — hundred, Northamptonshire, in
SW. of co., 48,999 ac., pop. 13,951; contains 21 pars,
and part of another.—2. Kings Sutton, par., vil., and
seat, with ry. sta., in SW. of Northamptonshire, 4g
miles SE. of Banbury, 3850 ac., pop. 1218;

Kings Tamcrton, vil., St Budeaux par., Devon, on
river Tamar, 4 miles NAV. of Plymouth ;

Kings Walden, par., Herts, in N. of co., 4 miles
SAV. of Hitchin, 4392 ac., pop. 1135; contains the seat
of Kings Waidcn Fark.

King’s Weir, tract, Wolvercott par., in co. and 2
miles N. of Oxford.

Kings Weston House, seat, 2J miles NE. of Somer-
ton, Somerset. See

Mings Weston Fark, seat, on river Avon, Glouces-
tershire, 44 miles NAV. of Bristol.

Kings W’ortby, par. and vil., Hants, on river Itchin,
2 miles NE. of AVinchester, 2241 ac., pop. 438 ;
called Kingswortky.

Kingsaere, hamlet, Breinton par., inco. and 2miles
NAV. of Hereford ;
P.O. ; has large nurseries.

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