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Lacerton, hamlet, 2½ m. NW. of Blandford, Dorset.

Lacey Green, eccl. dist., Bncks. See Lacy Green.

Lach Dennis, township, Great Budworth par., Che-
shire, 3 miles SB. of Northwich, 398 ac., pop. 62.

Laelie cum Saltney, eccl. dist., Chester St Mary
par., Cheshire, and Hawarden par., Flintshire, partly
in pari, limits of Chester, pop. 2279. See

Lacliop House, Lanarkshire. See Laugh ope House.

Lack, vil., Magheraculmoneypar., N. co. Fermanagh,

6 miles NE. of Kesh, pop. 159 ; P.O.

Lackagh.—par., in co. and 7 miles NE. of Galway,
12,996 ac., pop. 1799.—2.
Lackagli, par., in co. and
5 miles W. of Kildare, on Grand Canal, 8316 ac., pop.
; has ruins of a castle.—3. Lackagli, mountain,
4 miles SE. of Manor Hamilton, N. co. Leitrim, alt.
1448 ft.—4.
Lackagli, rivulet, N. co. Donegal; flows
14 miles NE. to Mulroy Bay.

Lackan.—par., N. co. Mayo, on LackanBay, 5 miles
NW. of Killala, 7338 ac., pop. 878.—2.
Lackan, par.,
co. Westmeath, on river Inny, 2 miles NW. of
Multyfarnham, 3125 ac., pop. 634.

Lackeen, par., N. co. Cork, 7 miles SW. of Charle-
ville, 279 ac., pop. 17.

Lackenby, hamlet, Wilton par., North-Riding York-
shire, 4 miles NW. of Guisbrough.

Lackendutf, 6 miles from Clonakilty, S. co. Cork; P. O.

Lackerstone, barrow, Kettle par., Fife.

Lackford.—hundred, Suffolk, in NW. of co., 77,159
ac., pop. 15,653; contains 17 pars, and part of another.
Lackford, par., Suffolk, in NW. of co., 5½ miles
NW. of Bury St Edmunds, 2243 ac., pop. 175.

Laekliani House, seat, 2 miles S. of Chippenham,

Lackln, 5 m. from Strokestown, co. Roscommon; P.O.

Laeklngton, Wlillc, par. and vil., Somerset, 1½
mile NE. of Ilminster, 1465 ac., pop. 284.

Lacksay, hamlet, Lewis island. See Laxay.

Lacock, 3 miles SW. of Chippenham, AYilts; P.O.,
T.o. See Laycock.

Lacy Green, eccl. dist. and vil., Princes Risborongh
par., in S. of Bucks—dist., pop. 1135; vil., 2½ miles SE.
of Princes Risborough.

Ladbrooke, par. and vil., Warwickshire, 2 miles
SW. of Southam, 3951 ac. (including Hodnell and Will’s
Pastures), pop. 250.

Ladder Burn, stream, Lochlee par., N. Forfarshire;
rises on SE. slope of Mount Keen, and flows 2½ miles
SE. to the Water of Mark 2½ miles NAY. of Lochlee
church ; on its right bank is a steep zigzag path called
The Ladder.

Ladder Chime, chasm on SW. coast of Isle of
Wight, 3g miles SE. of Brixton.

Ladders, The, rude stair in a precipitous rocky bank
of the Trosachs, SAY. Perthshire; was long the only
access from the E. to Loch Katrine.

Laddingford, hamlet, in par. and 1 mile SW. of
Yalding, Kent.

Lade Pot, eminence, Westmorland, in NW. of co.,
between Ullswater and Yale of Lowther.

Ladhill Gate, hamlet, Hawnby par., North-Riding
Yorkshire, 5½ miles NAY. of Helmsley.

Ladhope, quoad sacra par., partly in the Roxburgh-
shire but chiefly in the Selkirkshire part of Melrose par.,
pop. 6576 ; comprises part of the town of Galashiels, in
vicinity of which is
Ladhope House, seat.

Ladhouse, mountain, Cumberland, on E. side of
Crummock AVater.    »

Ladock.—river, Cornwall; rises near St Enoder, and
flows 12 miles S. to the Fal.—2.
Ladock, par. and vil.,
Cornwall—par., 5828 ac., pop. 937; vil., on river Ladock,

7 miles NE. of Truro ; P.O.

Ladrain Bay, small bay on S. coast of Devon, 2½
miles SW. of Sidmouth.

Ladshaw Hill, on border of Dumfriesshire and Rox-
burghshire, 13 miles NW. of Langholm, alt. 1527 ft.

Lady, par., in NE. of Sanday island, Orkney, 5233
ac., pop. 945.

Lady Isle, in Firth of Clyde, 5| miles NW. of Ayr.

Lady Lift, eminence, Herefordshire, 2 miles NW. of

Lady Place, seat, Berks, 3 m. SW. of Great Marlow.

Lady St Mary, par., Dorset, in SE. of co., mostly
within town of AVareham, 823 ac., pop. 1476.

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