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Morley St Botolph, par. and vil., Norfolk, 3 miles
SAV. of Wymondham, 1834 ac., pop. 283.

Morley St Peter, par., Norfolk, 1 mile S. of Morley
St" Botolph, ac. included in Morley St Botolph, pop.
135 ; contains Morley Hall, seat.

Morllch, Loch, Duthil and Abernethy pars., NE.
Inverness-shire, 5 miles E. by S. of Aviemore ry. sta.

Mormond, ry. sta., NE. Aberdeenshire, on border of
Rathen and Strichen pars., 8 miles S. by W. of Fraser-
burgh ; in vicinity is Mormond Hill, with 2 summits,
769 and 749 ft. high; Mormond House, seat, Rathen
par., is 1 mile NW. of Lonmay ry. sta. and 5 miles S.
of Fraserburgh.

Morning Star, river, co. Limerick; rises in Galtee
mountains, and flows 20 miles NAV. past Bruff to river
Maigue, 3 miles N. of Bruree.

Mornlngside. — district and ry. sta., in S. of city
of Edinburgh, pop. 9241. In a wall near the church is
a large block of red sandstone called “The Bore Stane,”
in which the royal standard was fixed at the gathering
of the Scottish army before the battle of Flodden in
1513. See
Borough Muir.—2. Mornlngside, vil.,
Cambusnethan par., N. Lanarkshire, 3 miles by road
E. of AVishaw and 54 miles by rail SE. of Holytown
Junction, pop. (including Torbush) 740; P.O. ; is situ-
ated in a mining district.

Morningthorpe, par., Norfolk, 74 miles NAV. of
Bungay, 1001 ac., pop. 119; contains M. Manor, seat.

Mornington, hamlet, 3 miles E. of Drogheda, N.
co. Meath, near mouth of river Boyne; P.O.; gave the
title of earl to the father of the Duke of AVellington.

Mornington Manor, seat, near Multyfarnham, N.
co. Westmeath.

Moroe, vil., Abington par., NE. co. Limerick, 4 m.
NE. of Boher ry. sta., pop. 112 ; P.O., called Morroc.

Moross Castle, ruin, on E. side of Mulroy Bay, N.
co. Donegal, 10 miles N. of Rathmelton.

Morpeth.—parl. and mun. bor., market town, par.,
and township, Northumberland, 164 miles N. by AV. of
Newcastle and 288 miles from London by rail—par.,
11,741 ac., pop. 6946; township, 547ac., pop. 5068 ; parl.
bor., 17,085 ac., pop. 33,459; mun. bor., 231 ac., pop.
4556; town, 5685 ac., pop. 6115 ; 4 Banks, 1 newspaper.
Wednesday. The situation of Morpeth,
in a beautiful valley of the AA7ansbeck, is very fine, as
well as remarkably healthy. Prior to the Norman
Conquest the place was of some importance. Of the
old castle only the gateway remains. An abbey
stood at Newminster, a little to the AV. None of
the industries of the town are important, but they
comprise tanning, malting, brewing, ironfounding, and
•woollen mfrs. Large collieries are in close proximity
to the town. The bor. returns 1 member to Parliament;
it returned 2 members prior to 1832.—2. Morpeth,
ward, Northumberland, 98,253 ac., pop. 20,736.

Morpeth Castle, township, Northumberland, within
parliamentary limits of Morpeth, 1522 ac., pop. 232.

Morpliie, seat, St Cyrus par., Kincardineshire, 4
miles N. of Montrose; in vicinity is the Hill of
Morphie, alt. 486 ft.

Morrell Roothing, former par., now in AVhite
Roothing par., Essex, 6 miles SAA7. of Dunmow.

Morrey, vil., Yoxall par., Staffordshire, 54 miles E.
of Rugeley.

Morrlck, Northumberland. See Morwick.

Morrishill, seat, in par. and near Beith ry. sta., N.

Morrison Haven, harbour, on the Firth of Forth,
in par. and 1 m. SW. of Prestonpans, Haddingtonshire;
collieries and a large brick and tile work are in vicinity.

Morriston, vil. with ry. sta., Llangafelach par., Gla-
morgan, in NE. suburbs of Swansea; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank;
the sta. is 2g miles NE. of High Street sta., Swansea.

Morriston, river, Inverness-sliire. See Moriston.

Morristown Lattin, seat, 4 miles W. of Naas, mid.
co. Kildare.

Morristownbiller, par., mid. co. Kildare, on river
Liffey, 3672 ac., pop. 1174; contains part of Newbridge.

Morroe, vil., co. Limerick ; P.O. See Moroe.

Morsgail Meer Forest, Lewis island, Ross-shire,
20,120 ac. ; post-town, Stornoway.

Morston, coast par. and vil., Norfolk, 6 miles E. of
Wells, 3825 ac. (1715 water), pop. 168.

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