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Old Trafford, ry. sta., in AV. of Manchester.

Old Turnpike, 1 mile from Fareham, Hants ; P.O.

Old Walls, vestige of old tower, Dryfesdale par.,

Old Warden, vil., AVarden par., Bedfordshire, 3|
miles N. of Shefford ; P.O.

Old Water of Cluden, rivulet, Kirkpatrick Irongray
par., NE. Kirkcudbrightshire; flows 64 miles NE. to
the Cairn AVater, with which it unites to form the
Cluden AVater.

Old Weston, 8 miles N. of Kimbolton, Huntingdon-
shire ; p.o. See
Weston, Old.

Old Whittington, vil., Whittington par., Derbyshire,
24 miles NE. of Chesterfield; P.O.

Old Windsor, 24 miles SE. of Windsor, Berks; P.O.,
T.o. See
AVindsor, Old.

Old Wood, eccl. dist., Laysters and Middleton on
the Hill pars., Herefordshire, and Tenbury par., AVor-
cestershire, pop. 604.

Oldany, island, Sutherland. See Oldney.

Oldtoerrow, par., AVorcestershire, 2 miles W. of
Henley in Arden, 1185 ac., pop. 74; is almost sur-
rounded by Warwickshire.

©ldberry Hill, highest portion of Ightham Common,
Kent; has an ancient encampment covering 127 ac.

Oldborough, ancient camp, Cherhill par., AVilts,
on a lofty promontory of the chalk range, 34 miles SE.
of Caine.

Oldbridge, vil., St Mary’s Clonmel par., N. co.
AVaterford, near Clonmel, pop. 684.

Oldbury.—market town and township, Halesowen
par., Worcestershire, 5 miles W. of Birmingham and
117 miles from London by rail—township, pop. 18,306 ;
town, pop. 18,841; P.O., T.o., 1 Bank, 1 newspaper.
Tuesday. This is an important place,
standing in the heart of an exceedingly rich mineral
district. Iron, coal, and limestone are worked; and
there is a great industrial activity displayed in iron
foundries, steel works, factories for tools and railway
plant, chemical works, corn mills, maltings, &e. The
Birmingham Canal passes through the town. Oldbury
at one time belonged to Shropshire. — 2. Oldbury,
hamlet, Ightham par., Kent, 44 miles SE. of Sevenoaks;
in vicinity is Oldbury Lodge, seat, and Oldbury
Hill, with ancient camp covering 137 ac.—3. Oldbury,
seat, Kent; post-town, Tunbridge Wells. — 4. Old-
bury, par. and vil., Shropshire, 1 mile SW. of Bridg-
north, 808 ac., pop. 257; P.O.—5. Oldbury, township,
Mancetter par., Warwickshire, on Coventry Canal, 2
miles S. of Atherstone, pop. 61; contains Oldbury
Hall, seat.—6. Oldbury, curious earthwork, Codford
St Mary par., AVilts, on Codford Hill, 4 miles SE. of

Oldbury on the Hill, par. and vil., Gloucestershire,
6 miles SAV. of Tetbury, 1346 ac., pop. 386.

Oldbury upon Severn, eccl. dist. and vil., Thorn-
bury par., Gloucestershire—dist., pop. 717; vil., 2 miles
NW. of Thornbury ; P.O.

©ldcastle.—township, Malpas par., Cheshire, 2 miles
SW. of Malpas, 845 ac., pop. 123. ©ldcastle Heath
was the scene of a conflict (1644) between the Parlia-
mentarians and Royalists.—2. ©ldcastle, vil., in Lower
Coyty div. of Coyty par., Glamorgan, near Bridgend.—

3. ©ldcastle, par., Monmouthshire, on river Monnow,
at boundary with Herefordshire, 7 miles NE. of Aber-
gavenny, 934 ac., pop. 50.

©ldcastle, small market town and par. withry. sta.,
NW. co. Meath, 14 miles NW. of Kells and 72 miles
NAAr. of Dublin—par., 7907 ac., pop. 2564; town, pop.
952 ; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank. Market-day,

Oldcoats, vil., Notts. See Old Cotes.

Oldconnaught, par., SE. co. Dublin, 1972 ac., pop.
2709 ; contains part of Bray.

Oldconnell, par., mid. co. Kildare, on river Liffey,
2 miles N. of Newbridge, 4075 ac., pop. 604.

Old court, 3 m. from Skibbereen, SW. co. Cork; P.O.

©lderfleet ½astle, ruin, near Larne, E. co. Antrim.

Oldfield.—hamlet, Bowdon par., Cheshire, 1 mileN.
of Altrincham.—2. Oldfield, Cheshire. See
with Oldfield.
—3. Oldfield, hamlet, Herefordshire,
in NW. of co., 4 miles SAV. of Ludlow.

Oldfield Green, hamlet, Ombersley par., AVorcester-
shire, 4 miles SAV. of Droitwich.

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