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Naseby, par. and vil., Northamptonshire, 7 miles
SAY. of Market Harborough, 3690 ac., pop. 610; P.O.
The vil. was formerly a market town. At Naseby Field,
which is on the N. side of the vil., was fought, on the
14th June 1645, the great battle in which Cromwell
defeated Charles I. and Prince Rupert. A memorial
pillar has been erected upon the battlefield. Naseby
Lodge is 2 miles NE. of vil.

Nash.—township, AYhaddon par., in co. and 5% miles
E. of Buckingham, 1247 ac., pop. 340.—2. Nash, par.,
Glamorgan, in S. of co., 2% miles SW. of Cowbridge,
201 ac., pop. 16; contains Nash Honse, seat.—3.
Nash, hamlet, St Peter par., Kent, 1% mile SE. of Mar-
gate ; adjacent is the seat of Nash Court.—4. Nash,
hamlet, Kent, 1% mile N. of Wingham.—5. Nash, par.
and vil., Monmouthshire, in S. of co., on Bristol Chan-
nel, at left side of mouth of river Usk, 3% miles SE. of
Newport, 3563 ac., pop. 239.—6. Nash, par. and ham-
let, in co. and 2 miles NE. of Pembroke, 598 ac., pop.
104.—7. Nash, township, Burford par., Shropshire, 2
miles NE. of Tenbury, pop. 526 ; contains the seat of
Nash Court.—8. Nash, Herefordshire. See
Nash, and Little Brampton.

Nash, hamlet, 4 m. SE. of New Ross, S. co. Wexford.

Nash, The, seat, in co. and 5 miles S. of Worcester.

Nash Court, seat, Kent, 2% miles SE. of Faversham.

Nash Hills, paperworks, Abbots Langley par., Herts,
in W. of co., 2 miles S. of Hemel Hempstead.

Nash (or Nass) Point, headland, Glamorgan, on the
Bristol Channel, 6% miles SAY. of Cowbridge; Nash Sand,
a dangerous shifting sandbank, to NAY. of the Point, is
6 miles long, and partly dry at low water; on the Point
are 2 lighthouses—Nash High Llghthonse, 111 ft. high,
with fixed light 182 ft. above high water and seen 19
miles; and Nash Low Lighthouse, 60 ft. high, with
fixed light 136 ft. above high water and seen 17 miles.

Nass House, seat, in par. and 2 miles SE. of Lydney,

Nassalmrgli, hundred, Northamptonshire, identical
with the liberty of Peterborough.

Nasslngton, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Northampton-
shire, on river Nen, 5 miles NE. of Peterborough, 1660
ac., pop. 713; P.O.

Nast Hyde, hamlet, 2m. NE. of London Colney, Herts.

Natcby.—township, in par. and 1% mile NW. of Gar-
stang, N. Lancashire, 2087 ac., pop. 393.—2. Nateby,
township, Kirkby Stephen par., AYestmorland, in E. of
co., on river Eden, 1% mile S. of Kirkby Stephen, 2195
ac., pop. 175.

Nately, Up, par., Hants, 4 miles E. of Basingstoke,
1149 ac., pop. 117.

Nately Scares, par. and vil., Hants, on Basingstoke
Canal, 4 miles NE. of Basingstoke, 521 ac., pop. 248.

Natland, vil., Kendal par., and eccl. dist., partly
also in Heversham par., Westmorland—dist., pop. 293;
the vil. is 2 miles S. of Kendal.

Nation, hamlet, Ashchurch par., Gloucestershire, 2%
miles E. of Tewkesbury.

Naugliton, par. and vil., Suffolk, 4% miles N. of
Hadleigh, 854 ac., pop. 159 ; adjacent to vil. is the seat
of Naugliton Hall.

Nanghton, seat, Balmerino par., Fife, near the Firth
of Tay, 5 miles SAY. of Dundee; the ruin of Naughton
Castle is in the vicinity.

Naul, par. and vil., N. co. Dublin, on river Delvin,

5 miles SW. of Balbriggan—par., 2627 ac., pop. 431;
vil., pop. 146 ; P.O.

Nannton.—(or Mannton in the Yale), par. and vil.,
Gloucestershire, on river AYindrush, 5 miles SAY. or
Stow on the AYold, 3106 ac., pop. 530.—2. Nannton,
hamlet, in par. and 3% miles NW. of Winchcomb,

Naunton Beauchamp, par., Worcestershire, 3 miles
NE. of Pershore, 1025 ac., pop. 134.

Nauslioe House, seat, near Loo Pool, Cornwall, 2\
miles SE. of Helston.

Navan, market town, township, and par., with ry.
sta., mid. co. Meath, at the confluence of rivers Black-
water and Boyne, 16% miles SAY. of Drogheda and 31
miles NAY. of Dublin—par., 3344 ac., pop. 4179 ; town-
ship, 455 ac., pop. 3873 ; P.O., T.O., 3 Banks. Market-
Wednesday. Navan has a woollen factory and
several flour mills, and is situated in a fertile district.

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

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