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Lidgate, par. and vil., Suffolk, 64 miles SE. of New-
market, 1780 ac., pop. 417 ; P.O.

Lidgcmoor, hamlet, Kings Pyon par., Hereford-
shire, 2 miles SE. of Weobly.

Lidgcn, Kent. See Lidsing.

Lidget Green, N. div. AVest-Riding Yorkshire, 1 mile
from Bradford; P.O.

Lidgett, hamlet, in par. and 1 mile S. of Edwin-
stowe, Notts.

Lidlington, par. and vil. with ry. sta., in co. and 9£
miles SW. of Bedford, 2520 ac., pop. 657; P.O.

Lidmore Lodge, Lairg, Sutherland.

Lidsey, hamlet, Aldingbourn par., Sussex, 4 miles E.
of Chichester.

Lidsing, or Lidgen, township, Gillingham par.,
Kent, 3 miles SE. of Chatham, 443 ac., pop. 35.

Lidstonc.—hamlet, Charleton par., Devon, 3 miles
SE. of Kingsbridge.—2. Lidstone, hamlet, Enstone
par., Oxfordshire, in NW. of co., on river Glyme, 3
miles SE. of Chipping Norton.

Liegccastle, hamlet, Llancarvan par., Glamorgan, 4
miles SE. of Cowbridge.

Liff, Benvie, and Invergowrie, par. and vil. with
ry. sta. (Liff), Forfarshire—par. (containing the Logie
and Lochee suburbs of Dundee), 7074 ac., pop. 43,190;
the vil. (Liff) is If mile NAV. of sta., which is 44 miles
NAV. of Dundee; 1 mile NE. of Liff is Mairhead of
Lilt', place with school.

Liffey, river, Leinster province ; rises under Kippure
Mountain, N. co. AVicklow, flows SAV. and AV. through
co. Kildare, past Kilcullen and Newbridge, thence NE.
through cos. Kildare and Dublin, and falls into Dublin
Bay at Dublin city ; length 50 miles ; the chief affluents
are King’s River, Lye, Slade, Tolka, and Dodder. The
Liffey abounds in salmon and trout.

Lilfey Junction, ry. sta., in co. and N. vicinity of

Lifford, ry. sta., in E. vicinity of Kings Norton,
Worcestershire, and 4 miles S. of Birmingham.

Lifford, town, Clonleigh par., NE. co. Donegal, on
river Foyle, opposite Strabane, 15 miles SAV. of London-
derry, pop. 511; P.O. Lifford is the co. and assize
town of Donegal, but in other respects is a suburb of
Strabane. It gives the title of Viscount to the family
of Hewitt.

Liffordrum, mountain, 5 miles E. of Strabane, N.
co. Tyrone, alt. 1343 ft.

Lifton.—par. and vil. with ry. sta., Devon, in valley
of river Lid, near its confluence with the Tamar, 4
miles NE. of Launceston, 5982 ac., pop. 1393; P.O.,
T.O.; in vicinity of vil. is the seat of Lifton Fark.—2.
Lifton, hundred, Devon, 133,300 ac., pop. 13,942; con-
tains 21 liars, and part of another.

Lightburn, vil., Cambuslang par., Lanarkshire, 54
miles SE. of Glasgow, pop. 464.

Lightcliffe, eccl. dist. with ry. sta., Halifax par., N.
div. West-Riding Yorkshire, 3 miles SE. of Halifax by
rail, pop. 4212 ; P.O., T.O.

Ligkthorne, par. and vil., Warwickshire, 34 miles
N. of Kineton, 2007 ac., pop. 354 ; P.O.

Lighthouse Island, Bangor par., N. co. Down, 40
ac., pop. 7.

Ligonicl, vil., Shankill par., co. Antrim, 2 miles
NW. of Belfast; P.O., T.O. See

Lihou, islet, off AV. coast of Guernsey, Channel
Islands, at N. side of Rocquaine Bay, 7 miles AV. of St
Peter Port; is 600 yds. in length and 150 in width;
is connected with Guernsey at low water; has ruins
of a monastic institution.

Lilboiirne, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Northampton-
shire, on river Avon, 4 miles NE. of Rugby, 1920 ac.,
pop. 266.

Lilburn, East and West, 2 townships, Eglingham
par., Northumberland—East Lilburn, 911 ac., pop. 72 ;
West Lilburn, 2003 ac., pop. 217 ; contains the seat of
Lilbnrn llall, 3 miles S. of Wooler.

Lilford cum Wigstkorpe, par., Northamptonshire,
on river Nen, 3 miles SW. of Oundle, 1940 ac., pop.
157; the manor gives title of baron to Lord Lilford,
whose seat, Lilford Hall, is in the par.

Lillcckurck House, seat, 1 mile N. of Higham
sta., Kent.

Lillcsdcn, seat, near Hawkhurst, Kent.

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