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Newbridge.—hamlet, Cornwall, in SAA7. of co., 4 m.
AV. of Penzance; P.O.—2.
Newbridge, hamlet, 2 m. from
Ruabon, Denbighshire ; P.O.—3.
Newbridge, romantic
spot, on river Dart, Devon, 74 miles NW. of Ashburton;
the bridge, from which the name is derived, is a pic-
turesque ivy-clad structure. — 4.
Newbridge, pictu-
resque spot, on river Tamar, on border of Devon and
Cornwall, 3 miles SW. of Tavistock.—5.
hamlet, in W. of Isle of Wight, 1 mile NW. of Cal-
Newbridge, hamlet with ry. sta., Mon-
mouthshire, in W. of co., on river Ebbw, 114 miles NW.
of Newport; P.O.—7.
Newbridge, vil. (ry. sta. Thorne),
Snaith par., S. div. AVest-Riding Yorkshire, on river
Don, 24 miles SE. of Snaith.—8.
Newbridge, Glamor-
gan. See

Newbridge.—hamlet, Kirkliston par., Edinburgh-
shire, on river Almond, near Ratho sta.—2.
hamlet, Terregles par., Kirkcudbrightshire, 3 miles NW
of Dumfries;

Newbridge. — town and township with ry. sta.,
Greatconnell and Morristownbiller pars., co. Kildare,
on river Liffey, 5 miles NE. of Kildare and 26 miles
SW. of Dublin, 700 ac., pop. 3372 ; p.o.,T.O., 1 Bank;
is a thriving place, and has large military barracks.—

2. Newbridge, seat, near Donabate ry. sta., co. Dublin.
Newbridge, ry. sta., co. Wicklow. See Ovoca.

Newbridge on Wye, vil. with ry. sta., Llanyre par.,
Radnorshire, and eccl. dist. (Newbridge on Wye with
Llysdinam), partly also in Llanafanfawr par., Breck-
nockshire—dist., pop. 550; vil., 74 miles SW. of

Ncwbrook, seat of Lord Clanmorris, 2 miles SAY. of
Ballyglass and 10 miles SE. of Castlebar, S. co. Mayo.

Newbrook Mills, paperworks, 1 mile from Rathfarn-
ham, S. co. Dublin.

Newbrough, township and vil., Warden par., North-
umberland—township, 6821 ac. (77 water), pop. 771;
vil., on river Tyne, 5 miles NW. of Hexham;

Newburgh.—eccl. dist., Ormskirk par., SW. Lanca-
shire, 5 m. NE. of Ormskirk, pop. 614.—2.
township, Coxwold par., North-Riding Yorkshire, 4 m.
NE. of Easingwold, 2318 ac., pop. 147; the seat of
Newburgh Fark has portion of canonry of 1145; the
hall contains some interesting relics of Oliver Cromwell.

Newburgh.—royal and police burgh, seaport, and
par., NW. Fife, on the Firth of Tay, 11 miles SE. of
Perth and 36 N. of Edinburgh by rail—par., 1365 ac.,
pop. 2191; royal and police burgh, pop. 1852; town,
pop. (including 299 in Mount Pleasant, in Abdie par.)
P.O., T.O., 1 Bank. Market-day, Thursday.
Newburgh originated with the Abbey of Lindores, and
was made a burgh of barony by Alexander III. in 1266,
and a royal burgh by James A7!, in 1593. The town
has beautiful environs. — 2.
Newburgh, seaport vil.,
Foveran par., Aberdeenshire, on river Ythan, 5 miles
SE. of Ellon ry. sta. and 13 miles N. by E. of Aber-
deen, pop. 645;
P.O., T.o., 1 Bank.

Newburn, par., township, and vil. with ry. sta.,
Northumberland—par., 11,920 ac., pop. 6451; town-
ship, 743 ac., pop. 1242 ; vil., on river Tyne, 5 miles
NAY. of Newcastle ;
P.O. ; has collieries and ironworks.
The par. contains
Newburn Hall, township, 869 ac.,
pop. 819.

Newburn, par., SE. Fife, on Firth of Forth, 3039 ac.,
pop. 344; the church is 14 mile NE. of Largo.

Newbury, mun. bor., market town, and par., Berks,
on river Kennet, 17 miles SW. of Reading and 53 miles
SW. of London by rail—par., 1242 ac., pop. 7017 ; bor.,
1813 ac., pop. 10,144; P.O., T.O., 2 Banks, 1 newspaper.
Thursday. It is affirmed that Newbury
rose upon the ruins of the Roman Spinse, which be-
queathed its name to the hamlet of Speen, close by.
The town was incorporated by Queen Elizabeth. During
the Civil AVar 2 battles were fought in the vicinity,
both resulting in victory for the Royalists. Agricul-
tural produce supports the bulk of the town’s trade;
while maltings and corn mills employ a number of the
inhabitants. Most of the traffic in goods is carried
upon the Kennet and Avon Canal.

Newbury (or Southern) Division, The, parl. div.
of Berks, pop. 52,924.

Newbury Wash, hamlet, 14 mile SAY. of Newbury,

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