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Peover, Lower, eccl. dist., Great Budworth par.,
Cheshire, on river Peover, containing Nether Peover,
Peover Inferior, and 2 other townships, pop. 1190.

Peover, Nether, township and vil., Great Budworth
par., Cheshire, 2 miles S. of Knutsford, 969 ac., pop.
211; P.O.

Peover Inferior, township, Great Budworth par.,
Cheshire, on river Peover, 2¼ miles S. of Knutsford,
300 ac., pop. 112.

Peover Superior, township, Rostherne par., Che-
shire, 2974 ac.,pop. 609; contains Over Peover, vil., 3
miles SE. of Knutsford; P.O.; and Peover Hall, seat.

Peplow, hamlet with ry. sta., Hodnet par.. Shrop-
shire, 7 miles SW. of Market Drayton.

Peppard. See Rotherfield Peppard.

Pcppardstown, par., SE. co. Tipperary, 3 miles NE.
of Fethard, 4779 ac., pop. 424.

Pepper Gowt, par., Lincolnshire, in Boston dist.,
pop. 22.

Pepper Hall, seat, Gilling near Richmond par.,
North-Riding Yorkshire, 7 m. NAY. of Northallerton.

Pepper Harrow, par., Surrey, on river Wey, 3 miles
W. of Godalming, 1320 ac. (27 water), pop. 151; con-
tains Pepper Harrow Park, seat.

Pepper Stock, hamlet, Flamstead par., Herts, 2
miles S. of Luton,

Pepper Street, hamlet, Great Budworth par., Che-
shire, 2¼ miles SE. of Warrington.

Peppercombe, hamlet, Parkham par., Devon, 7
miles SW. of Bideford.

Pcrborough Castle, ancient camp, Compton par.,
Berks, on an eminence, 3 miles E. of East Ilsley.

Perccton, seat, Dreghorn par., Ayrshire, on Annick
Water, 2¼ miles NE. of Irvine.

Percy Main (or Perey), eccl. dist. and ry. sta., Tyne-
mouth par., Northumberland, within the bor. of Tyne-
mouth, pop. 6818 ; P.O., T.O. The sta. is 1¼ mile NAY.
of North Shields.

Percy’s Cross, monument, Northumberland, 6 miles
SE. of Wooler ; commemorates the death of Sir Ralph
Percy, who fell in battle (1463) against the army of
Edward IY.

Perdiswell Hall, seat, in co. and 2 m. N. of Worcester.

Pcrcllc Bay, on AY. coast of Guernsey, Channel
Islands, 5 miles W. of St Peter Port.

Perfedd, hundred, Carmarthenshire, in E. of co.,
95,849 ac., pop. 10,330; contains 6 pars, and parts of 2

Pergwm Brook, affluent of the Neath, Glamorgan.

Pcriton, hamlet, in par. and 1 mile SAV. of Minehead,

Peri vale, par., Middlesex, on river Brent, 1¼ mile
NAV. of Ealing, 633 ac., pop. 34.

Pcrlethorpe (or Pearlthorpe), township and vil.,
Edwinstowe par., Notts, on river Meden, 2¼ miles N. of
Ollerton, 1740 ac., pop. 132.

Permizen Bridge, promontory, almost insulated,
on W. coast of Cornwall, between Padstow Bay and
Trevose Head; in vicinity are Permizen Hole and
Permizen Point.

Perran Porth, coast vil., Perranzabuloe par., Corn-
wall, 8 miles NAY. of Truro; P.O.; is a bathing place,
and has share in the mining industries of the par.

Perran Round, ancient amphitheatre, Perranzabuloe
par., Cornwall, 1¼ mile N. of Perranzabuloe vil.; com-
prises an area 130 ft. in diameter, surrounded by an
earthen bank 10 ft. high and 7 broad.

Pcrranarworthnl, par. and mining vil., Cornwall—
par. (containing Perran well vil. and ry. sta.), 1773 ac.,
pop. 1102 ; vil., at head of Restronguet creek, near
Perranwell sta. and 3 miles NW. of Penryn; P.O., T.O.
The dell around the vil. is densely wooded. Lead and
tin mines and an iron foundry employ the inhabitants.

Perrannthnoe, par. and vil., Cornwall—par. (con-
taining Goldsithney), 1103 ac., pop. 896; vil., on
Mounts Bay, 2 miles SE. of Marazion ; P.O.; the rocks
here contain valuable minerals, and are of great interest
to geologists.

Perranwell, vil. with ry. sta., Perranarworthalpar.,
Cornwall, 4 miles SW. of Truro ; the sta. serves also
for Perranarworthal vil., which is in vicinity.

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