Marisco Castle, remains of stronghold of time of
Henry III., Lundy Island, Bristol Channel.
Marishes, township and ry. sta. (Marishes Road), in
par. and 3£ miles SE. of Pickering, North-Riding York¬
shire, on river Derwent, 2335 ac., pop. 270.
Maristow, seat, Devon. See Marystow.
Mark, par. and vil., Somerset, 4 miles E. of High-
bridge sta. and 6½ miles SW. of Axbridge, 4354 ac.,
pop. 1097; P.O.
Mark, Water of, a headstream of the North Esk,
Lochlee par., Forfarshire. See Esk, North.
Mark Beech, eccl. dist., Cowden and Hever pars.,
Kent, pop. 216.
Mark Causeway, vil., 2 miles E. of Highbridge sta.,
Mark Cross, eccl. dist. and vil., Mayfield, Rother-
field, and Wadhurst pars., Sussex—dist., pop. 619;
vil., 2 miles NE. of Rotherfield; P.O.
Mark Hall, seat, near Harlow, AY. Essex.
Mark Lane, sta. on Metropolitan Ry., London.
Mark by, par., Lincolnshire, 3 miles NE. of Alford,
652 ac., pop. 118; P.O.
Markeaton, township, Mackworth par., Derbyshire,
on NW. side and partly within bor. of Derby, pop.
758 ; contains Markeaton Hall, seat.
Market Bosworth, market town, par., and town¬
ship, Leicestershire, 7¾ miles NE. of Nuneaton and 104
NAY. of London by rail—par., 7449 ac., pop. 3978 ;
township, pop. 881; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank. Market-day,
Wednesday. Market Bosworth has a grammar school
of 1593, at which Dr Johnson was usher ; 2 miles S. of
the town is Bosworth Field, where in 1485 Richard III.
was defeated by the Earl of Richmond (afterwards
Market Beeping, town and par., Lincolnshire, on
river Welland, 3 miles NW. of Deeping St James sta.
and 7½ miles SE. of Bourn, 1290 ac., pop. 1212; P.O.,
t.o. See Deeping, Market.
Market Downham. See Downham, Market.
Market Brayton, market town and township with
ry. sta., Drayton in Hales par., Shropshire, on river
Terne, 18 miles NE. of Shrewsbury and 158 NAV. of
London, 7768 ac., pop. 5188; P.O., T.O., 2 Banks.
Market-day, Wednesday. See Drayton, Market.
Market Harborough, market town and township
with ry. sta.. Great Bowden par., Leicestershire, on
river AVelland and Union Canal, 16 miles SE. of Lei¬
cester and 81 NAY. of London by rail—township, pop.
2418; town (including also the greater part of Little
Bowden par., Northamptonshire), pop. 5351; P.O., T.O.,
. 2 Banks, 1 newspaper. Market-day, Tuesday. Market
Harborough stands in a rich grazing country famous for
field sports. It was the headquarters of Charles I.
before the battle of Naseby. It is supposed to be of
Market Sisley, Berks. See Ii.sley, East.
Market Jew. See Marazion.
Market Lavington, par., township, and vil., Wilts
—par., 4721 ac., pop. 1406; township, 3125 ac., pop.
1022 ; vil., 5½ miles S. of Devizes ; P.O., T.o.
Market Overton, par. and vil., Rutland, 5½ miles
NE. of Oakham, 2840 ac., pop. 388 ; P.O.
Market Rascn, market town and par., Lincolnshire,
on river Rasen, 13| miles NE. of Lincoln and 144 N. of
London by rail, 1220 ac., pop. 2612 ; P.O., T.O., 2 Banks,
1 newspaper. Market-day, Tuesday. Market Rasen
has a stock market every second Tuesday.
Market Stainton, par., Lincolnshire, on river Bain,
8½ miles SAV. of Louth, 1180 ac., pop. 97.
Market Weighton, market town and par., East-
Riding Yorkshire, 17 miles NE. of Selby and 191 N. of
London by rail—par., 7354 ac., pop. 2309 ; P.O., T.O., 1
Bank. Market-day, Wednesday. The town is situated
at the terminus of the Market Weighton Canal, by
means of which it carries on a considerable trade with
Market Weighton Canal, East-Riding Yorkshire;
extends from Market AVeighton 12 miles S. to the
Humber near Bromfleet.
Market Weighton and Arras, township, Market
W eighton par., East-Riding Y orkshir e,5880ac., pop. 1881.
Market Weston, par. and vil., Suffolk, 9 miles SE.
of Thetford, 1083 ac., pop. 294 ; P.O.
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