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New* Abbey, par. and vil., Kirkcudbrightshire—
par., 13,199 ac., pop. 906 ; vil., 7% miles S. of Dum-
fries ; P.O.; near the vil. is the fine ruin of a Cistercian
abbey (Sweetheart Abbey) founded in 1275 by Devergoil.

New Abbey, ruins of an abbey (1460), near Kilcullen,
E. co. Kildare, on river Liffey.

New Aberdour, vil., Aberdour par., Aberdeenshire,
on the coast, 8 miles AV. of Fraserburgh, pop. 642; P.O.

New Accrington, Lancashire. See Accrington.

New Ancliinairn, vil., Lanark. See Auchinairn.

New Barnet, ry. sta., Herts, in SE. of co., 1% mile
E. of Barnet by road and 9 miles S. of Hatfield by rail;
P.O., T.o. See Barnet.

New Basford, eccl. dist., Basford par., Notts, within
the mun. limits of Nottingham, pop. 5180 ; P.O., T.O.

New Beckenham, ry. sta., Beckenham, Kent, 8
miles SE. of London Bridge.

New Bcnwell, vil., Newcastle St John par., North
umberland, in AV. suburbs of Newcastle ; P.O.

New Biggin, ry. sta., Westmorland, 6 miles NAV. of
Appleby. See Newbiggen.

New Birmingham, hamlet, 4 miles NE. of Kille-
naule, E. co. Tipperary; P.O.

New Bolingbroke, vil., Carrington par., and eccl.
dist., partly also in Revesby and AVest Fen pars., Lin-
colnshire—dist., pop. 549; vil., 9 m. N. of Boston; P.O.

New Brighton, town, AVallasey par., Cheshire, at
NE. corner of the AVirral peninsula, 4 miles N. of
Birkenhead, pop. 4910; P.O., t.o. New Brighton is a
pleasant and much frequented watering-place, with ex-
cellent bathing, a fine promenade, and a landing-pier
600 ft. in length. Many places of interest are in the

New Bromley, eccl. dist., Bromley par., Kent,
poii. 2712.

New Brompton, eccl. dist. and ry. sta., Gillingham
par., Kent, on E. side of Chatham, pop. 8958; P.O., T.O.

New Brosdalc, school, Jura island, Argyllshire.

New Bnckenhain, 4 miles SAV. of Attleborough,
Norfolk ; P.O., t.o. See Buckenham, New.

New Buildings, hamlet, Sandford par., Devon, 2
miles N. of Crediton.    '    ♦

New Buildings, hamlet, in co. and 4 miles SW. of
Londonderry, on river Foyle ; P.O.

New Bury, eccl. dist., Deane par., SE. Lancashire,
near Bolton, pop. 5334.

New Byth, 8 miles NE. of Turriff, Aberdeenshire;
P.O. See Byth, New.

New Catbcart, vil., Cathcart par., E. Renfrewshire,
3 miles S. of Glasgow, pop. 689. See Cathcart.

New Cation, eccl. dist., Norwich St Clement par.,
Norfolk, in N. of Norwich city, pop. 4287 ; P.O.

New Charlton, vil., Charlton next AVoolwich par.,
Kent, near Charlton sta.; P.O.

New Chesterton, in co. and NE. vicinity of Cam-
bridge ; P.O.

New Clee, eccl. dist. and ry. sta., Clee par., Lincoln-
shire, pop. 9131; the sta. is If mile SE. of Grimsby.

New Court, vil., Cardiganshire, 3% miles NW. of
Llanybyther; P.O.

New Craighall, colliery vil., Inveresk and Liberton
pars., Edinburghshire, near New Hailes ry. sta. and 2
miles SW. of Musselburgh, pop. (New Craighall and
AVanton Walls) 1482 ; P.O.

New Cross. — sta. on South-Eastern Ry., Kent, in
town of Deptford.—2. New Cross, terminus of East
London Ry., Surrey, on W. side of Deptford.

New Cumnock, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Ayrshire
—par., 48,096 ac., pop. 3781; vil., at confluence of
Afton Water and the Nith, 5% miles SE. of Cumnock,
pop. 1265 ; P.O., T.O., 2 Banks ; is rich in minerals.

New Deer, Aberdeenshire, 13 miles AV. of Peterhead;
P.O. See Deer, New.

New Dnston, vil., in co. and 3 miles AV. of North-
ampton; P.O.

New Egham, vil., Egham par., Surrey, in W. vicinity
of Staines ; P.O.

New England, dist., in bor. of Peterborough, North-
amptonshire ; P.O.

* New . For names (other than those of post offices

and railway stations) prefixed by New, and not found under
Scu; see principal name.

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

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