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Minsterley, township and vil. with ry. sta., West-
bury par., Shropshire, 9 miles SW. of Shrewsbury,
pop. 926; P.O., T.o.

Minsterworth, par. and vil., in co. and 3 miles SW.
of Gloucester, on river Severn, 1938 ac., pop. 418; has
cider orchards; near vil. is
Minsterworth Court, seat.

Mint, par., Kent, 3 miles SE. of Canterbury, 1 ac.,
pop. 107.

Mint, The, stream, Westmorland; flows 7 miles SW.
to the Kent near Kendal.

Mint Yard, par., within the municipal limits of York
city, 4 ac., pop. 75.

Minterne Magna, par. and vil., Dorset, 2 miles NE.
of Cerne Abbas, 2064 ac., pop. 322; P.O.;
is the seat of Lord Digby.

Minterne Parva, vil., Buckland Newton par., Dorset,
near Minterne Magna.

Mintiaghs (or Barr of Inch), par., N. co. Donegal,
6 miles N. of Buncrana, 3258 ac., pop. 297.

Minting, par. and vil., Lincolnshire, 54 miles SW.
of Horncastle, 2543 ac., pop. 347; Minting was the seat
of a priory; near vil. is
Minting Lodge, seat.

Mintlaw, vil. with ry. sta., Longside par., Aberdeen-
shire, 9 m. AV. of Peterhead, pop. 435; P.O., T.O., and
P.O., T.O., at
Mintlaw Station, 1 Bank.

Mlntlyn, par., Norfolk, 24 miles SE. of Kings Lynn,
1100 ac., pop. 41.

Minto, par. and vil., Roxburghshire, on river Teviot
—par., 5601 ac., pop. 433; the vil. is 14 mile E. of
Hassendean ry. sta. and 6 miles NE. of Hawick;
is the seat of the Earl of Minto; Minto Hills,

2 rounded heights, are 905 and 836 ft. high; and rising
above the Teviot are Minto Crags (729 ft.), to which
allusion is made in Scott’s
Lay of the Last Minstrel.

Minton, vil., in par. and 24 miles SW. of Church
Stretton, Shropshire.

Minty, par. and vil. with ry. sta. (Minety), Wilts, 8
miles NAY. of Swindon, 3681 ac., pop. 718; P.O., called
Minety; near vil. is Minty House, seat.

Min were, par., Pembrokeshire, on river East Cled-
dau, 44 miles SW. of Narberth, 1957 ac., pop. 49.

Mlnworth, township and vil., Curdworth par., War-
wickshire, 34 miles NAY. of Coleshill, pop. 354; P.O.

Mln-y-Don, place with inn, on AY. side of Red Wharf
Bay, Anglesey, 2 miles N. of Pentraeth.

Mlrablcs Honse, seat, the Undercliff, Isle of AYight,

3 miles SW. of Yentnor.

Mlrcott, hamlet, Childs Wickham par., Gloucester-
shire, 64 miles NW. of Chipping-Campden.

Mirefleur, old tower built by Duke Humphrey, and
replaced by the Royal Observatory, Greenwich.

Mlrfleld, town and par. with ry. sta., S. div. AYest-
Riding Yorkshire, on river Calder—par. (partly within
the parl. limits of Dewsbury), 3765 ac., pop. 15,872;
town, 4§ m. NE. of Huddersfield, 3407 ac., pop. 11,508;
P.O., T.O., 1 Bank, 1 newspaper; Mirfield and its neigh-
bourhood are largely engaged in the mfr. of woollen
cloths, carpets, and blankets; there are several collieries.

Miriuaud, Upwell par., Cambridgeshire, 54 miles
SE. of Wisbech ; a small priory stood here.

Miros, hamlet, Llanegwad par., in co. and 74 miles E.
of Carmarthen.

Mis Tor, Great and Little, Dartmoor, Devon, 54
miles and 5 miles NE. of Tavistock; on summit of
Great Mis Tor, 1760 ft. high, is a circular rock basin,
Mis Tor Pan.

Misbourn, river, Bucks; rises near Great Missenden,
and flows 14 m. SE. to the Coin 1 m. above Uxbridge.

Miserden, par. and vil., Gloucestershire, 64 miles NE.
of Stroud, 2434 ac., pop. 430; P.O.; has the site of a
castle of the Musards of time of King John;
and Miserden Park are seats.

Miskin, hundred, Glamorgan, 82,792 ac., pop. 121,055.

Miskish Mountains, between Bantry Bay and Ken-
mare River, SW. co. Cork, greatest alt. 1272 ft.

Missenden, hamlet, in par. and near Hitchin, Herts.

Missenden, Great, par. and vil., Bucks, 44 miles
NAY. of Amersham, 5819 ac., pop. 2170; P.O., T.O.; at
Missenden Abbey, seat, are the cloisters of the old
abbey of 1133.

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

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