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Morton Grange, township, Houghton - le - Spring
par., Durham, 5% m. SE. of Durham, 462 ac., pop. 194.

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Morton Mall, seat, Liberton par., inco. and3%miles
S. of Edinburgh.

Morton Jefferies, par., Herefordshire, 5% miles SW.
of Bromyard, 703 ac., pop. 43.

Morton Mill, paperworks, Morton, near Bingley,
Yorkshire. See

Morton Palms, township, Haughton le Skerne par.,
Durham, 3 miles E. of Darlington, 1358 ac., pop. 105.

Morton Pinkney, par. and vil. with ry. sta., North-
amptonshire, 8 miles W. of Towcester, 2422 ac., pop.
445; P.O., called Moreton Pinkney; near vil. is
Morton Pinkney Manor, seat.

Morton Tlnmoiith, township, Gainford par., Dur-
ham, 7% miles NW. of Darlington, 416 ac., pop. 31.

Morton by Bonrn, par. and vil. with ry. sta.
(Morton), Lincolnshire, 2£ miles N. of Bourn, 3390 ac.,
pop. 950; P.O., called Morton.

Morton by Lincoln, par., Lincolnshire, 7% miles
SW. of Lincoln, 710 ac., pop. 8.

Morton on the Hill, par. and vil., Norfolk, on river
Wensum, 8 miles NW. of Norwich, 977 ac., pop. 143 ;
near vil. is Morton Hall, seat.

Morton upon Swale, township, Ainderby Steeple
par., North-Riding Yorkshire, 3 miles SW. of North-
allerton, 1540 ac., pop. 273.

Mortoune, a tract in East Calder section of Kirk-
newton and East Calder par., Edinburghshire; was
given, in 1306, by Robert Bruce to James Douglas,
ancestor of the earls of Morton.

Mortune, ancient name of Minsterworth.

Morvah, coast par. and vil., Cornwall, 6 miles NW.
of Penzance, 1271 ac., pop. 184.

Morval, par. and vil., Cornwall, 2 miles N. of East
Looe, 3562 ac., pop. 664; Morval Honse, an Eliza-
bethan mansion, was the birthplace of Sir Francis
Buffer (1745-1800), the judge.

Morven.—mountain, 5 miles N. of Ballater, SW.
Aberdeenshire, alt. 2862 ft. — 2. Morven, mountain,
Latheron par., S. Caithness, 8 miles NAV. of Berriedale
vil., alt. 2313 ft.

Morvern (or Morven), par., NAV. Argyllshire, form-
ing a peninsula between Lochs Sunart and Linnhe,
90,737 ac., pop. 828;
P.O., t.o. ; contains the islands of
Carna and Oronsay. Morvern is the scene of
tions of a Highland Parish
, a work of Norman Macleod,

D.D. (1812-1872).

Morvlch Honse, seat, in par. and 5% miles W. of
Golspie, SE. Sutherland.

Morvil.—par., Pembrokeshire, 5% miles S. of New-
port, 2551 ac., pop. 143.—2. Morvil or Morville, par.,
township, and vil., Shropshire — par., 5166 ac., pop.
474 ; township, pop. 385; vil., 3 miles N W. of Bridg-
north; P.O.; a priory once stood here.

Morwellham Quay, on river Tamar, 4 miles SW. of
Tavistock, Devon ; Morwell Rocks are in the vicinity;
Mor well Tunnell, on the Tavistock Canal, is If mile
long ; near the S. end of the tunnel is Morwell House,
once a hunting-seat of the abbots of Tavistock, now a

Morwcnstow, Cornwall. See Moorwinstow.

Morwick. — (or Morrick), township, Warkworth
par., Northumberland, on river Coquet, 2 miles SW. of
Warkworth, 765 ac., pop. 92; contains Morwick Hall,
seat.—2. Morwick, hamlet, Barwick in Elmet par.,

E. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, 5% miles NE. of Leeds.

Morwlnstow, 6 miles N. of Bude Haven, Cornwall;

p.o. See Moorwinstow.

Mosborongh, vil., Eckington par., Derbyshire, 6%
miles NE. of Chesterfield ; P.O.

Moscar Lodge, shooting-box, on border of Derby-
shire and Yorkshire, 8 miles W. of Sheffield.

Mosedale.—township, Caldbeck par., Cumberland,
5 miles S. of Hesket Newmarket, 2418 ac., pop. 46.—2.
Mosedale, valley, near AVast Water, Cumberland, from
Wasdale Head to Black Sail Pass and the Pillar; the
name is of frequent occurrence in the Lake District.

Moseley.—hamlet, Bushbury par., Staffordshire, 3
miles N. of Wolverhampton; Moseley Court and Mose-
ley Hall are seats ; the former gave shelter to Charles

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