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SW. of Clitheroe, 21,735ac., pop. 3656; P.O.; contains,
in the Yorkshire section,
Great Mitton, township,
1720 ac., pop. 171.

Mitton, Little. See Mitton, Henthokn, &c.

Mitton, Lower, eccl. dist., Hartlebury and Kidder-
minster pars., Worcestershire, pop. 4967.

Mitton, Lower, with Stourport, township, Kidder-
minster par., Worcestershire, 861 ac., pop. 3358; con-
tains Stourport.

Mitton, Upper, township, Hartlebury par., AVorces-
tershire, near Stourport, pop. ,833.

Mitton, Henthorn, and Colcoats, township, Whal-
ley par., NE. Lancashire, 2% miles SAV. of Clitheroe,
adjacent to Great Mitton, 873 ac., pop. 73; contains
Hall, seat.

Minlie, Loch, Kilmorack par., NW. Inverness-shire,
is an expansion of river Farrar.

Mixbnry, par. and vil., Oxfordshire, on border of
Northampton, 2% miles SE. of Brackley ry. sta. and 6
miles W. of Buckingham, 2972 ac., pop. 273 ;

Mixenden, vil., Halifax par., N. div. West-Riding
Yorkshire, 4 miles NW. of Halifax;

Mixon, The, small shoal, off coast of Dorset, near

Mixon Shoal, on AV. side of Swansea Bay, Glamor
gan, 1 mile S. of Mumbles Head.

Mizen Head.—headland, bar. West Carbery, SAV. co.
Mizen Head, small headland, bar. Arklow,
S. co. AVicklow.

Moan, Loch, Barr par., Ayrshire, and Minnigafi
par., Kirkcudbrightshire, 8 miles NE. of Barrhill ry.
sta.; is the source of river Cree, and contains 4 islets.

Moanbane, mountain, 6 miles SE. of Blessington, N.
co. AVicklow, alt. 2313 ft.

Moat, The, seat of the Scourfield family, Newmoat
par., Pembrokeshire, 7 miles NAV. of Narberth.

Moat Farm, oldhouse, l%m. SE. of Crowhurst, Surrey.

Moat Lane, hamlet and ry. sta. (Moat Lane Junc-
tion), Llanwnog par., Montgomeryshire, 4% miles W. of
Newtown and 7 miles NE. of Llanidloes.

Moat Quarter, township, Kirk Andrews upon Esk
par., Cumberland, on river Esk, 3% miles NE. of Long-
town, 1701 ac., pop. 186.

Moate, small markettown with ry. sta., Kilmanaghan
and Kilcleagh pars., W. co. AVestmeath, 18 miles SAV.
of Mullinger and 68 miles W. of Dublin, pop. 1462;
P.O., T.o., 1 Bank. Market-day, Thursday; Moate
Castle, seat, is in vicinity.

Mobarnan, seat, 1 mile W. of Farranalleen ry. sta.
and 5 miles NAV. of Fethard, S. co. Tipperary ; p.o.

Mobberley, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Cheshire, 2|
miles NE. of Knutsford and 4£ miles S. of Altrincham,
5206 ac., pop. 1462;
P.O., T.o.; Mobberley Old Hall
and Mobberley New Hall are seats; the former occu-
pies the site of a priory founded here in 1206 by the

Moccas, par. and vil., Herefordshire, on river Wye,
3% miles SW. of Moorhampton ry. sta. and 6% miles
SW. of Weobly, 1163 ac., pop. 177;
Moccas Court, seat,
has a finely wooded park.

Mochdre, vil., Llandrillo-yn-Rh6s par., Denbighshire,
3 miles E. of Conway;

Moclmant Valley, on border of Montgomeryshire
and Denbighshire, on river Rhaiadr. See

Mochras, island, Llandanwg par., Merioneth, in Car
digan Bay, off mouth of river Artro, 3 m. SW. of Harlech.

Mochros, hamlet, Llanarth par., Cardiganshire, on a
small creek, 4 miles SW. of Aberaeron.

Mochrum, par. and vil., SE. Wigtownshire, on E.
side of Luce Bay—par., 24,071 ae., pop. 2315; vil., 4%
miles SW. of AVhauphill ry. sta. and 8 miles SW. of
Wigtown ;
p.o.; the par. contains Mochrnni Loch (1%
mile long)'and
Mochrum Fell (646 ft.).

Mochrum, Loch, on NE. border of Kirkoswald par.,
Ayrshire, 1% mile SW. of Maybole.

Mochtre, Montgomeryshire. See Moughtre.

Mock Beggars Hall. See Robin Hood’s Stride.

Mockbeggar Wharf, coast sand, Wirral coast, Che
shire, on S. side of Bock Channel, between New Brighton
and Great Meolse.

Mocker kin, hamlet, St Bees par., Cumberland, 5J
i miles SW. of Cockermouth.

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