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Longniddry,vil. withry. sta. (Longniddry Junction),
Gladsmuir par., Haddingtonshire, 44 miles NW. of
P.O.; has vestiges of Longniddry House,
famous in the history of the Reformation.

Longnor.—par. and vil., Shropshire, on river Onny,
5 miles N. of Church Stretton, 1200 ac., pop. 199; in
vicinity of vil. is the seat of Longnor Hall.—2. Long-
nor, township and vil., Alstonefield par., Staffordshire,
on river Manifold, 6 miles SE. of Buxton, 813 ac., pop.
P.O., T.O.

Longnor Hall, seat, 3 miles W. of Penkridge,

Longparlsli, par. and vil. with ry. sta. (Long Parish),
Hants—par., 5317 ac., pop. 677; vil., 4 miles SAV. of
Whitchurch ;
P.O., called Long Parish; in vicinity of
vil. is Longparish House, seat.

Longpavement, ry. sta., in co. and 2 miles NW. of

Longport, eccl. dist. and ry. sta. (for Wolstanton),
Burslem par., Staffordshire, pop. 9357 ;
P.O., T.o.; the
sta. is 3 miles NW. of Stoke upon Trent; the district
shares in the industry of the Potteries.

Longport, St Martins, hundred, Shepway lathe,
Kent, 11,314 ac., pop. 502.

Longridge.—small manufacturing town with ry. sta.,
Ribchester par., N. Lancashire, on SAV. side of Longridge
Fell, 6J miles NE. of Preston, pop. 3705;
P.O., T.O.,
2 Banks. Longridge is a populous and thriving place,
and has nail-making, cotton-spinning, and mfrs. of cotton
fabrics. An extensive transport trade in building-
stone from the neighbouring quarries is carried on by
rail. The railway was opened to Longridge in 1840.
Water reservoirs for Preston are here. Longridge
Fell extends 54 miles NE. from Longridge to vicinity
of the river Hodder, at the boundary with Yorkshire.

•—2. Longridge, township, Norham par., Northumber-
land, 34 miles SW. of Berwick on Tweed, 561 ac., pop.
91; contains the seat of Longridge Hall.

Longridge (or Laurlg), vil., in par. and If mile S.
of AVhitburn, Linlithgowshire, pop. 442.

Longriggend, vil. with ry. sta., New Monkland par.,
Lanarkshire, 6 miles NE. of Coatbridge, pop. 475;

Longsdon, hamlet, in par. and 2 m. SAV. of Leek, Staf-
fordshire. See
Endon with Longsdon and Stanley.

Longshaws, township, Hartburn and Long Horsley
pars., Northumberland, 5 miles N. of Morpeth, 797
ac., pop. 21.

Longshlps, cluster of rocks, at the Lands End,
Cornwall; on the highest rock is Longsliips Light-
house, 117 ft. high, with fixed light 110 ft. above high
water and seen 16 miles.

Longside, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Aberdeenshire
—par., 16,836 ac., pop. 3222; vil., near South Ugie
Water, 6 miles AV. of Peterhead, pop. 474;
P.O., 1
Bank; in the churchyard is a monument to the Rev.
John Skinner, who for 64 years was Episcopal minister
of Longside. See Linshart.

Longsight, 2 eccl. dists. (St Clement and St John)
withry. sta., Manchester par., SE. Lancashire—pop.,
St Clement, 5086; St John, 7155; sta., 2 miles SAV. of
London Road Station, Manchester.

Longstock, par. and vil., Hants—par., 2985 ac., pop.
436; vil., on river Anton, 1 m. N. of Stockbridge ;

Longstone.—one of the Fern Islands, Northum-
berland ; is § mile long; on the western side of the islet
is Longstone Lighthouse, 85 ft. high, with revolving
light 75 ft. above high water and seen 15 miles.—2.
Longstone, ry. sta. (for Great Longstone and Little
Longstone), Derbyshire, 4 miles NW. of Bakewell.

Longstone (or Angle Park), vil., Colinton par.,
Edinburghshire, near Slateford, pop. 350.

Longstone, Great, township, eccl. dist., and vil.
(ry. sta. Longstone), Bakewell par., Derbyshire—town-
ship (Great Longstone with Holme), 3028 ac., pop. 487;
dist., pop. 639 ; vil., on high ground, under Longstone
Edge, 3 miles NW. of Bakewell;
P.O.; in vicinity is
the seat of Longstone Hall.

Longstone, Little, township (ry. sta. Longstone),
Bakewell par., Derbyshire, 1038 ac. (22 water), pop. 152.

Longstone, The, Druidical pillar, at NE. extremity
of St Mary’s, Scilly Islands; is 9 ft. high.

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