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Langstone Point, precipitous ridge, on coast of
Devon, near mouth of river Exe and 1 mile NE. of

Langstrath, mountain valley, on S. border of Cum-
berland, traversed by streamlet of same name, and
separated from Borrowdale by slopes of Glaramara Mt.

Langstroth Dale, N. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, on
upper course of river Wharfe, near Ingleborough Mt.

Langthorne, township, in par. and 3§ miles NW. of
Bedale, North-Riding Yorkshire, 833 ac., pop. 127.

Langtliorpe, township, Kirby on the Moor par.,
North-Riding Yorkshire, on river Ouse, 1 mile NAV. of
Boroughbridge, 1826 ac., pop. 341.

Langthwaite.—hamlet, Crosthwaite par., Cumber-
&k miles SE. of Cockermouth.—2. Langthwaite,
hamlet, Arkengarth Dale par., North-Riding Yorkshire,
3 miles NW. of Reeth.

Langtoft.—par. and vil., Lincolnshire, 2 miles NW.
of Market Deeping, 2520 ac., pop. 584; P.O.—2. Lang-
toft, par., township, and vil., East-Riding Yorkshire,
on the AVolds—par., 6168 ac., pop. 731; township, 3582
ac., pop. 618; vil., 61? miles NW. of Driffield; P.O.;
birthplace of Peter Langtoft (13th century), chronicler.

Langton.—township, Gainfordpar., Durham, 7 miles
SE. of Barnard Castle, 1085 ac., pop. 101; Langton
Grange is the seat of the Duke of Cleveland.—2.
Langton, ry. sta., 3£ miles NW. of Market Harborough,
Leicestershire. See
Church Langton.—3. Langton,
lk mile SE. of Wragby, Lincolnshire ; P.O. See Lang-
ton by AVragby.
—4. Langton, hamlet, Appleby St
Michael par., Westmorland, 1 mile E. of Appleby.—5.
Langton, par., township, and vil., East-Riding York-
shire—par., 2827 ac., pop. 311; township, 22S5 ac.,
pop. 261; vil., 3 miles SE. of Malton; P.O.; in vicinity
is the seat of Langton Hall; there is a racecourse on
Langton Wold.

Langton, par., Berwickshire, 7139 ac., pop. 505 ;
Langton House, on Langton Burn, is 2 m. S W. of Duns.

Langton, East, township and vil. (ry. sta. Langton),
Church Langton par., Leicestershire, 3| miles N. of
Market Harborough, pop. 242.

Langton, Great, township, Langton upon Swale par.,
North-Riding Yorkshire, on river Swale,
5k miles NW.
of Northallerton, 872 ac., pop. 133; P.O.

Langton, Little, township, Langton upon Swale
par., North-Riding Yorkshire, 4 miles NW. of North-
allerton, 1006 ac., pop. 96.

Langton, Tur. See Tur-Langton.

Langton, West, township (ry. sta. Langton), Church
Langton par., Leicestershire, 4 miles NW. of Market
Harborough, pop. 60.

Langton Green, eccl. dist. and vil., Speldhurstpar.,
Kent—dist., pop. 625; vil., 3 miles NW. of Tunbridge
Wells; P.O., T.O.

Langton Hall.—seat, Church Langton par., Leices-
tershire, near Langton sta.—2. Langton Hall, seat,
near W. border of Notts, 5 miles SW. of Mansfield.—

3. Langton Hall, seat of Lord Teignmouth, 4\ miles
NW. of Northallerton, North-Riding Yorkshire.

Langton Herring, coast par. and vil., Dorset, in S.
of co., 5 m. NW. of AVeymouth, 1202 ac., pop. 255 ; P.O.

Langton Long Blandford, par. and vil., Dorset, in
E. of co., on river Stour, 1 mile SE. of Blandford, 1808
ac., pop. 278 ; near vil. is Langton Honse, seat.

Langton Matravcrs, par. and vil., Dorset, in SE. of
co., 8 miles SE. of AVareham, 2250 ac., pop. 892 ; P.O.

Langton St Andrew, eccl. dist., Langton by Horn-
castle, Thimbleby, Thornton, and AVoodhall pars.,
Lincolnshire, 7 miles SW. of Horncastle, pop. 515.

Langton St Margaret, eccl. dist., Langton by Horn
castle par., Lincolnshire, pop. 76.

Langton-Thorp, 3k miles N. of Market Harborough,
Leicestershire; P.O. See Thorp-Langton.

Langton Woodhonse, hamlet, Langton by AVragby
par., Lincolnshire, 2 miles S. of Wragby.

Langton hy Horncastle, par., Lincolnshire, 2 miles
SAV. of Horncastle, 980 ac., pop. 203.

Langton hy Spilsby (or Langton juxta Partney),
par. and vil., Lincolnshire, on branch of river Steeping,
3 miles N. of Spilsby, 1590 ac., pop. 219; in vicinity of
vil. is the seat of Langton Hall.

Langton hy AVragby, par., Lincolnshire, 1\ mile
SE. of AVragby, 2249 ac., pop. 296; P. o., called Langton.

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

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