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New Road.—vil., Rochdale par., West-Riding York-
shire, 10% miles SW. of Huddersfield.—2. New Road,
3 miles from Bromsgrove, Worcestershire;

New Romney, town, cinque port, liberty, and par.,
with ry. sta. (New Romney and Littlestone), Kent, 3
miles NE. of Lydd by rail and 8 miles SW. of Hythe—
par., 2564 ac. and 348 foreshore, pop. 1026; cinque
port and liberty, 15,342 ac., pop. 3480;
P.O., T.O. See
Romney, New.

New Ross (or Ross), market town, river port, and
township, St Mary’s par., W. co. Wexford, and Ros-
bercon par., SE. co. Kilkenny, on river Barrow (about
2 miles below its confluence with the river Nore), 5
miles SW. of Ballywilliam ry. sta., 15 miles NE. of
Waterford, and 92 miles S. by W. of Dublin, 505 ac., pop.
P.O., T.O., 2 Banks, 2 newspapers. Market-days,
Wednesday and Saturday. The Barrow is here crossed
by an iron bridge (1869), with a portcullis for the navi-
gation. Vessels of 200 tons can reach the quay at all
times of the tide, and those of 800 tons at high tides.
(For shipping statistics, see Appendix.) Large quanti-
ties of provisions and agricultural produce are exported.
New Ross returned 1 member to Parliament until 1885.

New Suuchie, part of Alloa, in co. and par. of Clack-
mannan, pop. 904.

NewSaughton, seat, Cramondpar., Edinburghshire,
near Cramond Bridge.

New Seaham, eccl. dist. and vil., Seaham par., Dur-
ham, on the coast—dist., pop. 2851; vil., 2 miles N. of
Seaham Harbour and 5 miles S. of Sunderland ;

New Seat, ry. sta., in par. and 5 miles NW. of Peter-
head, Aberdeenshire.

New Shildon, eccl. dist. and vil.,. Auckland St
Andrew and Heighington pars., Durham—dist., pop.
4210; vil., 3 miles SE. of Bishop Auckland;
P.O., T.O.

New Shoreham, town, Sussex. See Shoreham.

New Southgate, vil. with ry. sta., Edmonton par.,
and eccl. dist., partly also in Fryern Barnet par.,
Middlesex—dist., pop. 3006 ; the vil. is 3 miles SE. of
New Barnet sta.

New Street Station, ry. sta., Birmingham; is one of
the largest stations in the world.

New Swindon, local government dist., Rodborne
Cheney, Stratton St Margaret, and Swindon pars.,
Wilts, forming the chief part of the town of Swindon,
1310 ac., pop. 17,768;
P.O., t.o. See Swindon.

NewThrochiey, vil., Newburnpar., Northumberland,
2% m. N. of Ryton and 6 m. NW. of Newcastle;

New Town.—2 miles from Carlisle, Cumberland;
P.O.—2. New Town, Derbyshire, 8 miles SE. of Stock-
port ;
P.O.—3. New Town, eccl. dist., Bishop Stortford
par., Herts, pop. 2361; forms part of the town of Bishop
Stortford. — 4. New Town, 1 mile from Tunbridge
Wells, Kent;

New Tredegar, vil., on NE. border of Glamorgan,
4 miles SW. of Tredegar ;

New Tupton, vil., North Wingfield par., Derbyshire,
1% mile W. of Clay cross ;

New Village, former name of vil. of Wallingfen :
which see.

New Walsiugham, 5 miles NE. of Fakenham, Nor-
P.O., T.O. See Walsingham.

New Washington, vil., Washington par., Durham,
6 miles SE. of Gateshead; P.O

New Whittington, vil., Whittington par., Derby-
shire, 2% miles NE. of Chesterfield;
P.O., t.o.

New Winton, 2 m. from Bournemouth, Hants; P.O.

New Wortley, eccl. dist., Leeds par. and bor., West-
Riding Yorkshire, pop. 12,163;
P.O., T.O.

Newall with Clifton, township, Otley par., West-
Riding Yorkshire, 1531 ac., pop. 361; contains Newali
Hall, seat, 1 mile N. of Otley.

Newark.—town, Notts. See Newark upon Trent.
—2. Newark, wapentake, Notts, 42,228 ac., pop. 8246.

Newark. — place with ancient Caledonian stone
circle, Lonmay par., Aberdeenshire.—2. Newark, old
baronial fortalice, Maybole par., Ayrshire, 3 miles SW.
of Ayr ; has been restored, and belongs to the Marquis
of Ailsa.—3. Newark, ancient chapelry, on SE. coast
of Lady par., Sanday island, Orkney; traces of the
church still remain.—4. Newark,
quoad sacra par., in
par. and adjacent to Port-Glasgow, Renfrewshire, pop.
3287; contains the ruin of Newark Castle.


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