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Piddletrentkide, par., Dorset, 7 miles N. of Dor-
chester; p.o. See

Piddle wood, rich wooded upland, onr. Stour, Dorset,
lying SE. of Sturminster Newton; abounds with game.

Pldford House, seat, 3 miles S. of Newport, Isle of

Pidley cum Fenton, par., Huntingdonshire, 5 miles
NE. of St Ives, 3739 ac., pop. 448.

Piecomkc, Sussex, 6 miles N. of Brighton; P.O.

Pielillls, hamlet, Ruthwell par., Dumfriesshire, 9%
miles NW. of Annan.

Picl, island with ry. sta. and harbour, Dalton in Fur-
ness par., N. Lancashire, at S. extremity of Furness
Peninsula, 5 miles SE. of Barrow in Furness, and con-
nected with the mainland by a causeway; P.O., called
Plel Pier; near the sta. are the massive ruins of Plel
Castle, or the Pile (or Peel) of Fouldrey.

Pierce Bridge, township and vil. with ry. sta.,
Gainford par., Durham—township, 973 ac. (17 water),
pop. 206; vil., on river Tees, 5 miles AV. of Darlington;
P.O., T.O.; here the great Roman road from London to
the Forth crossed the Tees.

Plercelleld Park, seat, on border of Gloucestershire
and Monmouthshire, 1% mile N. of Chepstow.

Pierceton, seat, Ayrshire. See Perceton.

Plercetown.—par., E. co. Meath, 3 miles S. of Du-
leek, 2530 ac., pop. 273.—2. Plercetown, par., AV. co.
Westmeath, on river Inny, 10 miles AV. of Mullingar,
4230 ac., pop. 388.

Pierowall, vil., in NE., of Westray island, Westray
and Papa Westray par., Orkney, on the Bay of Pierowall.

Picrreinont, seat, Durham, in NW. vicinity of Dar-

Pierrepoint Lodge, seat, near W. border of Surrey,
3 miles S. of Farnham.

Pierres de Lecq (or Paternosters), the most
westerly group of rocks off N. coast of Jersey, Channel

Pier’s Court, seat, near Dursley, Gloucestershire.

Pier’s Gill, grand ravine, between Lingmell and
Great Gable Mountains, Cumberland.

Pier skill Barracks, Edinburgh. See Jock’s Lodge.

Pierson’s Bridge, 5 mile3 from Bantry, SW. co.
Cork; P.O.

Pierson’s Green, hamlet, Brenchley par., Kent, 7
miles SE. of Tunbridge.

Pigburn, vil., Brodsworth par., S. div. West-Riding
Yorkshire, 6 miles NW. of Doncaster.

Pigdon, township, Mitford par., Northumberland,
3% miles NW. of Morpeth, 1125 ac., pop. 45.

Pigeon Hugo, sea cave, on S. coast of Cornwall, 2%
miles NW. of Lizard Head.

Pigeon’s Cove, on E. coast of Isle of Man, near
Douglas Head.

Pigeonsford, seat, Cardiganshire, 9 miles N. of New-
castle Emlyn.

Pigktlestliorne, Bucks. See PlTSTONE.

Pike Fell, Ewes par., E. Dumfriesshire, alt. 1637 ft.

Pike Pool, in river Dove, on border of Staffordshire
and Derbyshire, in Beresford Dale ; takes its name from
a pike-shaped rock in the midst of the river.

Pike o’ Bliseo, mountain, AVestmorland, 1 mile N. of
the Three Shire Stone, or meeting-point of Lancashire,
Cumberland, and Westmorland; alt. 2304 ft.

Pike o’ Stickle, one of the Langdale Pikes, West-
morland, alt. 2323 ft. See
Langdale Pikes.

Pike of Rusball, 4 miles from Borris-in-Ossory, W.
Queen’s co.; P.O.

Pilcot, vil., 1% m. SE. of AVinchfield sta., Hants; P.O.

Pilford, hamlet, Hampreston par., Dorset, in E. of
co., 4 miles NE. of AVimborne.

Pilgrim’s Hatck, hamlet, 2 miles NW. of Brent-
wood, Essex; P.O.

Pilgrims’ Way, ancient road, Surrey, extending from
SE. vicinity of Guildford along the S. side of the Chalk
Downs to Combe Bottom, and thence along the ridge
of the downs E. to Reigate.

Pilkam.—par., Lincolnshire, 4% miles NE. of Gains-
borough, 1100 ac., pop. 97.—2. Pilkam, Devon. See

Pilkington, township, Prestwich par., SE. Lanca-
shire (containing AVhitefield), 5469 ac., pop. 13,144; has
coal mines, cotton factories, bleachworks, and dycworks.

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