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Lcybnrn, small market town and township, with
ry. sta., Wemsley par., North-Riding Yorkshire, 18
miles W. of Northallerton, 2515 ac., pop. 972; P.O.,
T.O., 2 Banks. Market-day,
Friday. Fairs for cattle
and sheep are held. On AY. side is Lcybnrn Shawl,
a well-known walk on the edge of a ridge of rocks
affording magnificent views.

Leycett, vil. with ry. sta., Staffordshire, in NW. of
co., 6 miles W. of Stoke upon Trent; P.O.

Leyland.—hundred, N. Lancashire, 88,244 ac., pop.
65,958; contains 11 pars.—2. Leyland, town, par., and
township with ry. sta., N. Lancashire, 4J miles S. of
Preston—par., 19,266 ac., pop. 14,116; town and town-
ship, 3726 ac., pop. 4961;
P.O., t.o., 2 Banks; the trade
is mainly agricultural. Leyland is a local government

Leylands, eccl. dist., in par. and bor. of Leeds, AYest-
Riding Yorkshire, pop. 6209.

Ley lodge, place with school, in par. and 2 J miles SW.
of Kintore, Aberdeenshire.

Leyny, bar., S. co. Sligo, 121,233 ac., pop. 24,982.

Leys, a loch of Banchory-Ternan par., Kincardine-
shire, now drained ; it had a lake dwelling.

Leys, The, seat, near Goodrich, Herefordshire.

Leys Castle, seat, Croy par., in co. and 3£ miles SE.
of Inverness.

Leysdown, par. and vil., Kent, on NE. side of
Sheppey Isle, 2179 ac., 195 tidal water, and 2023 fore-
shore, pop. 196.

Leysinill, vil. with ry. sta., Inverkeillor par., Forfar-
shire, 5 m. NW. of Arbroath ; has pavement quarries.

Leystcrs, Herefordshire. See Laysters.

Leyton.—town and par. with ry. sta., Essex, 1 mile
N. of Stratford, and 5£ miles NE. of Liverpool Street
sta., London—par. (Low Leyton), 2370 ac.,pop. 23,016;
town (comprising Low Leyton par. and part of AYan-
stead par.), 2577 ac., pop. 27,068; P.O., T.o.; is an
ancient place, and has yielded many relics of the Roman
occupation. Many fine suburban residences are here.
Leyton is a local government dist.—2. Leyton, Bispham
par., N. Lancashire. See
Layton with AYarbreck.

Lcytonstone, eccl. dist. and ry. sta., Low Leyton
par., Essex—dist., pop. 8212; the sta. is 1 m. NE. of
Leyton sta. and 6£ m. of Liverpool Street sta., London.

Ley wood, vil., Luddesdown par., Kent, 6 miles SW.
of Rochester.

Lezant, par. and vil., Cornwall, between rivers Inny
and Tamar, 4 miles S. of Launceston, 4560 ac., pop. 739.

Lezayre (or Kirk Christ Lezayre), par. and vil.
with ry. sta., Isle of Man—par. (containing part of
Ramsey town), 16,277 ac., pop. 2369, pop. of town part
883 ; the vil. is under N. side of North Barrule moun-
tain, 2 miles SW. of Ramsey.

Leziate, par., Norfolk, 4| miles E. of Kings Lynn,
1469 ac., pop. 205.

Lbanbryde, vil. with ry. sta., St Andrews Lhanbryde
par., in co. and 31. miles E. of Elgin; P.O.

Lhanc Moor, stream, Isle of Man. See Leavens.

Lbergydhoo, hamlet, 3 m. NE. of Peel, Isle of Man.

Libanus, in co. and 4 miles from Brecknock; p.o.

Libbcrton, par. and vil., Lanarkshire—par., 8231
ac., pop. 625; the vil. is 5 miles NW. of Biggar.

Libbcry, hamlet, Grafton Elyford par., in co. and
6k miles NE. of Worcester.

Liberton, par. and vil., Edinburghshire—par. (con-
taining part of the burgh and suburbs of Edinburgh),
6617 ac., pop. 6026; vil.,
2\ miles SE. of centre of
Edinburgh; P.O., T.o.; the parish church is on the site
of a very ancient church, mentioned in the foundation
charter of Holyrood (1128); an hospital anciently stood
at Liberton, which is said to be “ Lepertown. ”

Liberty, Fifeshire. See Elie.

Liberty of the Rolls, par., Middlesex, in pari. bor.
of Finsbury, 12 ac., pop. 546.

Liberty of tbe Sluice, non-corporate member of
Cinque Port Liberty of Hastings, Bexhill par., Sussex,
881 ac., pop. 119. See
Pevensey, Lowey op.

Libo, Loch, small loch of great beauty, in par. and
3 miles SW. of Neilston, Renfrewshire.

Lichfield, mun. bor., city, and co. in itself, Stafford-
shire, 17 miles SE. of Stafford and 116 miles from
London by rail, 3416 ac., pop. 8349; 2 Banks, 2 news-
papers. Market-day,
Friday. A great share of the

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