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Ludlow was a Roman settlement, and in Saxon times
was designated
Leadlotve. The castle, now an interest-
ing ruin, was anciently a royal residence, in which
Edward VI. was proclaimed king; and here also Milton
wrote his
Comus. The castle surrendered to the Par-
liamentarians under Brereton in 1646. Corn mills,
cabinet works, and tanneries are the only industrial
establishments. Ludlow returned 1 member to Parlia-
ment until 1885.

Ludlow Castle, par., Shropshire, adjacent to Lud-
low, pop. 5.

Ludlow (or Southern) Division, The, pari. div. of
Shropshire, pop. 58,520.

Ludney, hamlet, Grainthorpe par., Lincolnshire, 7¼
miles NE. of Louth.

Lud’s Church, narrow ravine, in NE. of Stafford-
shire, 4¼ miles
W. of Longnor.

Ludwell, hamlet, on SAA7. border of AYilts, 3 miles
SE. of Shaftesbury ;

Lndworth, hamlet, in co. and 5¼ miles SE. of
Durham ;
Lndworth Tower was built in 1422.

Lndworth and Chisworth, township, Glossop par.,
Derbyshire, 8 miles NAY. of Chapel en le Frith, 2511
ac., pop. 2157.

Liifl'cnhall, hamlet, Clothall par., Herts, in NW. of
co., 4 miles NE. of Stevenage.

Liiireuham, ry. sta., Rutland, 6 m. SW. of Stamford.

Luflenham, North, par. and vil., Rutland, 1 mile
NAY. of Luffenham sta. and 6¼ miles SW. of Stamford,
ac., pop. 432 ; P.O., T.O.

Luflenham, South, par. and vil., Rutland, 1 mile S.
of Luffenham sta. and 7¼ miles SAV. of Stamford, 1417
ac., pop. 344;
P.O., T.O.

Lufllcld Ahhey, par., in co. and 5¼ miles NAA7. of
Buckingham, 216 ac., pop. 8 ; there are no remains of
the priory founded here in 1124.

Lutiincot, par., Devon, on river Tamar and Bude
Canal, 6 miles S. of Holsworthy, 971 ac., pop. 62.

Luiliiess, seat, in par. and NE. vicinity of Aberlady,
Haddingtonshire ; Aberlady Bay was at one time called
Luffness Bay.

Lui'ton, par., Somerset, 3 miles NAA7. of Yeovil, 292
ac., pop. 51.

Lngar, vil. with ry. sta., Auchinleck par., Ayrshire,
on Lugar AYater, 1¼ mile NE. of Cumnock, pop. 1353 ;
P.O., T.O.; has extensive ironworks ; Lngar Water,
formed by the confluence of Gass AVater and Glenmore
AYater, flows 12¼ miles NW. to river Ayr 1¼ mile S.
of Mauchline.

Lugate Water, right affluent of Gala Water, Stow
par., Edinburghshire.

Lughoy, seat, 5 m. SW. of Ballyhaunis, E. co. Mayo.

Lnghrldgc, hamlet, on river Lugg, in co. and 2 miles
NE. of Hereford.

Lugduff, mountain, at Glendalough, N. co. AVicklow,
alt. 2148 ft.

Lugg, river, Radnor and Hereford ; rises 7 miles AV.
of Knighton, Radnorshire, and flows SE. past Leo-
minster to the AVye near Mordiford ; is 50 miles long,
and is navigable to Lugwardine.

Lnggacurren, 6 m. S. of Stradbally, Queen’s co.; P.O.

Luggelaw, glen, 4 miles NAY. of Roundwood, N. co.
AVicklow ;
Luggelaw Lodge is the property 0f Lord

Lugger’s Grotto, shallow cavity in the rocks on S.
side of Cawsand Bay, Devon; affords a fine view of
Plymouth Sound.

Luggie Water, stream, Lanarkshire and Dumbarton-
shire, left affluent of river Kelvin, at Kirkintilloch.

Lugiiaquilla, mountain, mid. co. AVicklow, alt.
3039 ft.; the loftiest summit in AVicklow.

Lugton.—vil. with ry. sta. (Lugton Junction), Dun-
lop par., Ayrshire, 5 miles E. of Beith ;
Lngton Water
is a left affluent of river Garnock, at 2¼ miles NAY. of
Lugton, vil., in par. and NAY. suburbs of
Dalkeith, Edinburghshire.

Lugwardine, par. and vil., in co. and 3 miles NE.
of Hereford, on river Lugg, 2097 ac., pop. 755 ;

Lui Water, left affluent of river Dee, Aberdeenshire,
near Linn of Dec.

Lnih, ry. sta., in par. and 7 miles SE. of Killin,
Perthshire ; P.O.; the Luib Hotel, 1 mile E., is a resort
of salmon fishers.

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