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Llay, township, Gresford par., Denbighshire, on
Offa’s Dyke and river Alyn, 4 miles N. of AVrexham,
2252 ac. (22 water), pop. 550.

Llccli,1 stream, Brecknockshire, flowing past Capel
Colbren, where it makes a fall of 100 ft., and falling
into the Tawe 3 miles above Ystradgunlais.

Llecligwenfarwydd, par., Anglesey, partly in town
of Llanerchymedd, 1964 ac., pop. 352.

Llechiuawr, hamlet, Llantwit Major par., Gla-
morgan, 4 miles SAV. of Cowbridge.

Llecliryd, par. and vil., Cardiganshire, in SW. of
co., on river Teifi, 3 miles SE. of Cardigan, 943 ac.,
pop. 299 ; P.O., T.o.; is a resort of anglers.

Llecliryd Junction, ry. sta., onAV. border of Radnor,
2 m. NW. of Builth Wells sta. and 9 SE. of Rhayader.

Llecliwedd-y-Bhy, point in the ascent of Snowdon,
Carnarvonshire, overlooking Llanberis Pass, and afford-
ing excellent views of the Wicklow mountains, Isle of
Man, Yorkshire hills, and a great part of North Wales.

Llecliylched, par. and vil., Anglesey, in AV. of co.,
4 miles NAV. of Aberffraw, 1783 ac., pop. 576.

Lledr, river, Carnarvonshire ; rises on SE. border of
co., and flows 8 miles E. past Dolwyddelan, where it is
crossed by the Sarn Helen A\ray, to the Conway at
Capel Garmon.

Lledrod, Lower and Upper, 2 townships, Llanfi-
hangel Lledrod par., Cardiganshire, in N. of co., 64
miles NAV. of Tregaron, 8692 ac.—Lower Lledrod^ on
river AVyrai, pop. 589; Upper Lledrod, pop. 479.

Llewcnny Hall, ancient seat, in co. and 14 m. E. of
Denbigh ; early in the 8th century it was the residence
of the chief of one of the fifteen tribes of North Wales.

Lleyn, peninsular part of Carnarvonshire, between
Cardigan Bay and Carnarvon Bay; is 28 miles long,
and has an average breadth of 64 miles.

Llia, stream, Brecknockshire, in S. of co.; rises in
Fforest Fawr, and flows 7 miles S. to the Neath.

Lliwedd, one of the peaks of Snowdon, Carnarvon-
shire, to the S. of Y AVyddfa.

Llincgar, on coast of Flintshire, 2 miles from Mostyn
Quay; P.O.

Llisworney, Glamorgan, in SE. of co., 24 miles SE.
of Cowbridge; P.O. See

Llitlifaen, 7 m. from Pwllheli, Carnarvonshire; P.O.

Llong, hamlet with ry. sta., in par. and 1| mile
SE. of Mold, Flintshire.

Llowes, par., Radnorshire, in S. of co., on river Wye,
24 miles AY. of Hay, 3319 ac., pop. 312 ; P.O.

Hoycl House, seat, Staffordshire, 3 miles SAY. of

Lloyd’s Mills, paperworks, Sittingbourne, Kent.

Llngwy, river, Carnarvonshire; rises on Glyderfawr,
and flows 10 m. SE. to the Conway at Bettws-y-Coed.

Llugwy Bay, on NE. coast of Anglesey, 5 miles SE.
of Amlwch.

Llwchwr.—river, Carmarthenshire; rises on Taircarn
mountain, and flows 15 miles SW. to Burry Inlet.—2.
Llwchwr (or Castell Llwchwr). See Loughor.

Llwy darth Koad, 1 m. fromMaesteg, Glamorgan; P.O.

Llwydcoed, hamlet withry. sta., Glamorgan, in NE.
of co., 5 miles SW. of Merthyr Tydfil; P.O.

Llwydiarth, eccl. dist., Llanfihangel and Llangadfan
pars., Montgomeryshire, in N. of co., pop. 309; contains
Llwydiarth Fark, seat, 64 miles SW. of Llanfyllin.

Llwyd-mawr (Big Brown Hill), mountain, Carnar-
vonshire, 3 miles SE. of Aber, alt. 2600 ft.

Llwyn.—vil., Llanegryn par., Merioneth, 3 miles N.
of Towyn.—2. Llwyn, seat, in E. vicinity of Dolgelly,

Llwyncelyn, seat, Carmarthenshire; post-town,

Llwyndafydd, 34 miles SW. of New Quay, Car-
diganshire ; P.O.

Llwyndyrio, seat, in co. and 4 m. SE. of Cardigan.

Llwyncgrog, vil., Talachddu par., in co. and4 miles
NE. of Brecknock.

Llwyngwern, ry. sta., on border of Montgomery-
shire and Merioneth, 14 mile N. of Machynlleth.

Llwyngwrill, coast hamlet with ry. sta., Llangelynin
par., Merioneth, in SAV. of co., 54 m. N. of Towyn; P.O.

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

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