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Knapwell, par., Cambridgeshire, in SAY. of co., 3b
miles NE. of Caxton, 2000 ac., pop. 188.

Knarcsborongh, market town, par., and township,
E. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, on summit of a hill on
river Nidd, 17 miles NW. of York, 18 miles N. of
Leeds, and 208 miles from London by rail—par. (con-
taining the greater part of Harrogate), 12,490 ac.,
pop. 16,088; township, 3013 ac., pop. 5065 ; town
(Knaresborough and Tentergate), 48l ac., pop. 5000;
P.O., T.O., 3 Banks. Market-day,
Wednesday. Linen
mfr. forms the chief trade of Knaresborough; amongst
its products are sheetings, towellings, diapers, &c.
There is also a great trade in corn. The town was
anciently surrounded bya deep moat or a dyke. Knares-
borough returned 1 member to Parliament until 1885.

Knaresdale, par., Northumberland, in SW. of co.,
on river South Tyne, 7 miles SW. of Haltwhistle,
15,593 ac., pop. 521; contains the old seat of Knarcs*
dale Hall.

Knaren, place with school, New Deer par., Aber-
deenshire, 3i? miles SAY. of Maud Junction.

Knavinstown, par., in co. and 3 miles NW. of Kil-
dare, on Grand Canal, 618 ac., pop. 66.

Knayton witli Brawlth, township, Teake par.,
North-Riding Yorkshire, 4 miles NE. of Thirsk, 1906
ac., pop. 344.

Kneasden, hamlet, Clapham par., N. div. West-
Riding Yorkshire, 7 miles NAY. of Settle.

Knebworth, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Herts, 3£
miles SE. of Stevenage, 2737 ac., pop. 250; P.O. ; and
P.O., T.o., at sta., called Knebworth Station. Kneb-
worth Park is the seat of Lord Lytton.

Knedlington, township, Howden par., East-Riding
Yorkshire, on river Ouse, 1 mile SW. of Howden, 594
ac., pop. 93.

Kneesal, par., township, and vil., Notts, 6 miles W.
of Carlton ry. sta.—par., 3360 ac., pop. 400; town-
ship, pop. 283; P.O.

Kneeset, Great and Little, 2 hills, Dartmoor, Devon,
6J miles S. of Okehampton.

Kneesworth, township and vil., Bassingbourne par.,
Cambridgeshire, 2 miles NW. of Royston, 948 ac., pop.
596; P.O.; contains the seat of Kneesworth House.

Kneeton.—(or Kneveton), par. and vil., Notts, on
river Trent, 5 m. N. of Bingham, 924 ac., pop. 115.—
2. Kneeton. See
Middleton Tyas with Kneeton.

Kneller Hall, near Twickenham, Middlesex; was
once the seat of the Knellers and Calverts, and is now
a military music school.

Knells, Tbe, seat, Cumberland, in N. of co., l~mile
AY. of Carlisle.

Knelston, par., Gower, Glamorgan, 14 miles SW. of
Swansea, 548 ac., pop. 94.

Knenhall, hamlet, in par. and 3 miles W. of Stone,

Knepp (or Knap) Castle, seat, Shipley par., Sussex,
6| miles S. of Horsham; stands on an eminence in a
fine park; in vicinity are the ruins of an ancient castle,
once the seat of the Braose family.

Knetti shall, par., Suffolk, in N. of co., on river
Little Ouse, 7 miles SE. of Thetford, 1024 ac., pop. 76.

Kneveton, par., Notts. See Kneeton.

Knlgh, par., N. co. Tipperary, 3 miles NAA'. of
Kenagh, 4514 ac., pop. 523.

Knight Stainforth, hamlet, Giggleswick par., N.
div. West Riding Yorkshire, near Settle.

Knight Thorpe, township, in par. and town of
Loughborough, Leicestershire, pop. 65.

Knlghtcot, hamlet, Banwell par., Somerset, 4 miles
NW. of Axbridge.

Knightcote, vil., Burton Dassett par., Warwickshire,
5 miles NE. of Kineton.

Knightley, hamlet, Gnosall par., in co. and 6J miles
SW. of Stafford ; in vicinity is Knightley Hall, seat.

Knightlow, hundred, Warwickshire, 179,226 ac.,
pop. 71,730; contains Kenilworth, Rugby, Southam, &c.

Knighton.—market town and par. with ry. sta., Rad-
norshire, on river Teme, 6 miles S. of Presteigne and 160
miles NAV. of London—par., 2461 ac., pop. 1905 ; town,
570 ac., pop. 1720 ; P.O., T.O., 2 Banks. Market-day,

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