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Lillcshall, par. and vil., Shropshire—par. (contain-
ing Donnington Wood), 6140 ac., pop. 3844; vil., on
branch of Shrewsbury Canal, 3 miles SW. of Newport;
p.o!; has coal mines. Near the vil. stand the ruins of
MUeslnill Abbey. Lilleshall is the seat of the Duke
of Sutherland.

Iiilley, par. and vil., Herts, in N. of co., 4 miles NE.
of Luton, 1849 ac., pop. 505; P.O.

Lilliards-Rdgc, part of the battlefield of Ancrum
Moor (1544), in par. and 2 miles NW. of Ancrum, Rox-

Lillies.—seat, 3 miles NW. of Aylesbury, Bucks.—
2. Lillies, seat, Derbyshire; post-town, Brailsford.

Lilliesleaf, par. and vil., Roxburghshire—par., 6673
ac., pop. 718 ; vil.,3 miles W. of Belses sta. and 6 miles
SW. of St Boswells sta.;
P.O., T.o.; is charmingly
situated on Ale Water, and is much frequented by
artists; Lilliesleaf Moor was a resort of the Covenanters.

Lillifee, hamlet, Hedsor par., Bucks, 3-j miles SE.
of Great Marlow.

killings Ainbo, township, Sheriff Hutton par.,
North-Riding Yorkshire, 92 miles NE. of York,
ac., pop. 217.

Lillingstone Dayrell, par., in co. and 4| miles N. of
Buckingham, 1667 ac., pop. 275 ;

Lillingstone Lovell, par., in co. and 4J miles NE.
of Buckingham, 1873 ac., pop. 161.

Lillington.—par., Dorset, inN. of co., 2J? miles SW.
of Sherborne, 1807 ac., pop. 140.—2. Lillington, par.
and local government district, AYarwickshire, on NE.
side of Leamington, and within the parliamentary limits
of AVarwick and Leamington, 1324 ac., pop. 938.

Lillipnt Road, sta. on Swansea and Mumbles Ry.,
Glamorgan, 3 miles SW. of Swansea.

Lilly HaU, seat, Cumberland, near W. coast, 3 miles
SE. of Workington.

Lilly Loch, another name for Dews Loch : which see.

Lillybnrn, place with printworks, Campsie par.,
Stirlingshire, near Milton of Campsie.

Lillyhoo, hamlet, Brenchley par., Kent, 4miles SAA7.
of Maidstone.

Lilstock, coast par., Somerset, 8 miles NE. of Willi-
ton, 710 ac. land and 450 water, pop. 94.

Liiswood, hamlet, Northumberland, near S. border
of co., 51 miles SE. of Allendale.

Lilwall, hamlet, in par. and 2 miles S. of Kington,

Limavady (or Newtown Liinavady, or Rathbrady
Beg), market town and township with ry. sta., Druma-
chose par., in co. and 16 miles NE. of Londonderry,
on river Roe, 572 ac., pop. 2954 ;
P.O., T.O., 2 Banks.
Monday, Tuesday, and Friday. The place
was called Limavady from an old castle of that name in
the neighbourhood. The linen trade of the town has
greatly declined. Limavady has one distillery.

Limavady Junction, junc. sta. for Limavady and
Dungiven, N. co. Londonderry, 3 m. NW. of Limavady.

Limber, 5 miles NE. of Caistor, Lincolnshire; P.O.
See Limber Magna.

Limber Hill, hamlet, Lythe par., North-Riding
7\ miles SAY. of AVhitby.

Limber Magna, par. and vil., Lincolnshire, on the
Wolds—par., 5180 ac., pop. 489; vil., 5 miles NE. of
Caistor; P.O., called Limber; the par. contains hamlet
of Limber Parva.

Limbnry, hamlet, in par. and 3 miles NW. of Lnton,

Lime Grove, seat, near Bangor, Carnarvonshire.

Lime House, seat, Herstmonceaux par., Sussex, 4
miles E. of Hailsham.

Lime Street, terminus, L. and N.-W. Ry., Liverpool.

Lime Tumps, 4 m. from Ross, Herefordshire ; P.O.

Limecraigs Honse, in par. and near Campbeltown,
Kintyre, Argyllshire; was at one time a residence of
the Argyll family.

Limciicld, seat, in par. and 1 mile NE. of West
Calder, Edinburghshire.

Limeliillocks, place with limeworks, in par. and 1J
mile NE. of Grange sta., Banffshire.

Limehonsc, par. and ry. sta., Middlesex, on left
bank of river Thames, in E. of London, within the
pari. bor. of Tower Hamlets, 243 ac., pop. 32,041; the
station is 11 mile NW. of Blackwall.


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