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Ockham, par. and vil. (ry. sta. Horsley and Ockham),
Surrey, 4 miles SE. of Woking, 2376 ac. (42 water), pop.
549; gives the title of viscount to the Earl of Lovelace.

Ocklcy.—hamlet, Bolsover par., Derbyshire, 5 miles
E. of Chesterfield.—2.
Ockley, par. and vil. (ry. sta.
Ockley and Capel), Surrey—par., 3068 ac., pop. 623;
vil., 7 miles S. of Dorking; P.O.; near the vil. is
Ockley Court, seat. The parish abounds in relics of
the Danish invasion.

©cle Pilchard, par. and vil., Herefordshire, 6% miles
SAA”. of Bromyard, 1507 ac., pop. 291.

Octon Lodge, seat, Thwing par., East-Riding York-
shire, 7% miles N. of Driffield; an ancient camp, 330 ft.
by 240, is in vicinity.

©dagh, par., N. co. Kilkenny, on river Nore, 3 miles
SE. of Freshford, 4541 ac., pop. 625.

Odconibe, par. and vil., Somerset, 3 miles AY. of
Yeovil, 1276 ac., pop. 624.

Odd Bode, township, Astbury par., Cheshire, on
Macclesfield Canal, 3% miles SW. of Congleton, 3750 ac.,
pop. 3194 ; contains
Bode Heath; P.O.; part of Mow-
cop, vil.; p.o.; and the seat of
Rode Hall.

Oddendalc, hamlet, 2 miles SE. of Shap, Westmor-
land ; here are 2 ancient stone circles, one within the
other; there are also traces of an ancient British

©ddingley, par. and vil., AYorcestershire, 2% miles
SE. of Droitwich, 869 ac., pop. 193.

Oddington.—par., Gloucestershire, near the bound-
ary with Oxfordshire, 2% miles E. of Stow on the AYold,
1660 ac., pop. 502; contains the villages of
Lower and
Upper Oddington, and ©ddington Honse, seat.—2.
Oddington, par., Oxfordshire, on river Ray, 6% miles
SW. ef Bicester, 1363 ac., pop. 150.

©dell (or YYoodhill), par. and vil., in NE. of Bed-
fordshire—par., 2980 ac., pop. 422; vil., on river Ouse,
1 mile NE. of Harr old; P.O.; near the vil. is

Odiliani.—market town and par., Hants, in NE. of
co., 3 miles SW. of Winchfield sta. and 23 NE. of
AYinchester, 7355 ac., pop. 2623; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank.
Tuesday. Odiham occupies a picturesque
situation on the slope of a chalk hill, and in the heart
of a wooded district, from which it derives its name—
a corruption of “woody ham.” It dates from Saxon
times, and had then a royal residence of the kings of
AVessex. After the Norman Conquest a castle was
built here, and the town rose in importance. It is now
a seat of petty and special sessions, and has an endowed
grammar school. Two fairs are held annually, and
some small mfrs. are carried on.—2.
©diham, hundred,
Hants, 35,382 ac., pop. 9286; contains 8 pars, and a part.

©din Mine, Derbyshire, 2% miles NAY. of Castleton;
was known to the Saxons, and was formerly rich in lead
ore, but had to be abandoned on account of being con-
stantly flooded.

©din Ness, headland, on E. side of Stronsay island,

©din’s Cave, cavern, at E. side of Loch Buy, Mull
island, Argyllshire.

©’Donoghoe’s Prison, a rock in Lower Lake of
Killarney, S. co. Kerry.

O’Dorney, par., N. co. Kerry, on river Brick, 5 miles
N. of Tralee, 7227 ac., pop. 619 ; contains Abbeydorney.

©dsey, hundred, Herts, in N. of co., adjacent to
Cambridgeshire, 32,068 ac., pop. 7296; contains 15 pars,
and part of Royston.

Odstock, iiar., AVilts, 2% miles S. of Salisbury, 1295
ac., pop. 148; contains
Odstock House, seat.

Odstone, township, Shackerstone par., Leicester-
shire, 3% m. NAY. of Market Bosworth, 733 ac., pop. 192.

Offaly, East, bar., mid. co. Kildare, 47,028 ac.,
pop. 11,553.

©ffaly, AVest, bar., co. Kildare, 40,608 ac., pop. 7069.

Offa’s Dyke, ancient boundary between Mercia and
Wales; extended frpqi mouth of river Dee to that of
the Severn ; consisted of a rampart and ditch, and was
built to confine the marauding Welsh within their own
country ; it is now mostly levelled.

Offcknrch, par. and vil., AVarwickshire—par., 2273
ac., pop. 322; vil., onriver Leam, 5 miles E. of AVarwick;

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