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Lanercost (or Abbey Lanereost), par., Cumberland,
on rivers Irthing and Kingwater and Roman Wall, 2£
miles NE. of Brampton, 38,185 ac. (209 water), pop.
1272; the church is a portion of priory founded in 1169;
in the par. is the seat of Lanereost Abbey.

Lanergill, school, Watten par., Caithness.

Lanes, vil., in par. and 2 miles W. of Penistone, S.
div. AYest-Riding Yorkshire ; has woollen mfrs.

Lanesborougb, vil., Rathcline par., cos. Longford
and Roscommon, on river Shannon, 9 miles SW. of the
town of Longford, and 10 miles NE. of Roscommon,
pop. 272;
P.O., 1 Bank. Market-day, Tuesday. Lanes-
borough has a fine stone bridge of 6 arches, and a
swivel arch of iron for the passage of lumber-boats and
small steamers. It was formerly a pari. bor. It gives
the title of Earl to the family of Butler.

Lanesborougb Lodge, seat of the Earl of Lanes-
borough, co. Cavan; post-town, Belturbet.

Lanesbaw Bridge. See Lanshaw Bridge.

Lanespark, seat, 3 m.N. of Killenaule, co. Tipperary.

Laney, affluent of river Sullane, bar. West Muskerry,
W. co. Cork.

Lanfine House, seat, Galston par., Ayrshire, near
river Irvine, 1J mile SE. of Newmilns.

Langa, par. and vil., Notts, 4 miles SE. of Bingham,
3442 ac. (including Wiverton Hall), pop. 425.

Langa, island, Tingwall par., Shetland, pop. 4.

Langabhat, Loch, on border of Uig and Lochs pars.,
Lewis island, Outer Hebrides ; is
7\ miles long.

Langalcorad, place with old stone remains, Bute
island, Firth of Clyde, 5 miles S. of Rothesay.

Langard, Isle of Wight. See Languard.

Langbank, quoad sacra par. and vil. with ry. sta.,
Erskine par., Renfrewshire—par., pop. 575 ; vil., on S.
side of river Clyde, opposite Dumbarton, and 4£ miles
E. of Port Glasgow, pop. 322;
P.O., T.O.

Langbar, hamlet, in par. and 3 miles NAY. of Ilkley,
E. div. West-Riding Yorkshire; in vicinity is Langbar
Moor. See
Nestfield with Langbar.

Langbar (Borstou), vil., Beith and Dairy pars., N.
Ayrshire, near Kilbirnie sta., pop. 750.

Langbaurgh, hamlet, Ay ton par., North-Riding
Yorkshire, 3 miles NE. of Stokesley.

Langbanrgh, East and AVest, 2 liberties, North-
Riding Yorkshire—East Langbaurgh, 127,380 ac., pop.
64,475; West Langbaurgh, 82,564 ac., pop. 31,606.

Langcliffc, township and vil., Giggleswick par., N.
div. AYest-Riding Yorkshire, 1 mile N. of Settle, 2552
ac., pop. 683;
P.O.; in vicinity is the seat of L. Hall.

Langdale.—eccl. dist. and vil., Kelloe and Trimdon
pars., Durham—dist. (Deaf Hill cum Langdale), pop.
1748 ; the vil. is 8 miles SE. of Durham.—2. Langdale,
township and hamlet, Grasmere par., AYestmorland, in
NAAL of co., in Great Langdale Yale, 4 miles NAY. of
Ambleside, 9511 ac. (147 water), pop. 726.—3. Lang-
dale, tract, in par. and 2 miles SE. of Orton, AYest-

Langdale, Great and Little, 2 valleys, Grasmere
par., Westmorland, separated by Lingmoor Fell; Great
Langdale extends 5 miles SE. from the border of Cum-
berland to Elterwater, and is traversed by Langdale
Beck; Little Langdale extends 3J miles E. to Elter-
water, where it joins Great Langdale; is traversed by
the headstream of the river Brathay, and contains
Langdale Tarn.

Langdale End, vil., Wykeham par., North-Riding
Yorkshire, 9J miles NW. of Scarborough ; in vicinity
is a hill called Langdale Howe.

Langdale Pikes, 2 mountain peaks (Harrison Stickle,
2401 ft., and Pike o’ Stickle, 2323 ft.), on NW. border
of Westmorland, at head of Great Langdale Valley.

Langdale Tarn, in Little Langdale Yalley, AYest-

Langden, river, N. Lancashire and AYest-Riding
Yorkshire; rises on Langden Fell, 6 miles NE. of Gar-
stang, and flows 6 miles E. to the Hodder.

Langdon.—hamlet, 3 miles SW. of Moreton, Hamp-
stead, Devon.—2. Langdon, vil., Dorset, in AY. of
co., 1 mile E. of Beaminster.—3. Langdon, place
with inn, on Langdon Beck, Durham, 7 miles NW. of

Langdon, East, par. and vil., Kent, 3| miles NE. of
Dover, 1086 ac., pop. 307;

Langdon, West, par., Kent, 4 miles N. of Dover,
705 ac., pop. 105.

Gazetteer of the British Isles, Statistical and Topographical, by John Bartholomew, F.R.G.S.

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