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Pipers End, hamlet, Wheathampstead par., Herts,
Pipers Bole, deep cavern, in Tresco, Scilly Islands.
Pipewcll Mall, seat, 5 miles NW. of Kettering,
Pippacott, hamlet, Braunton par., Devon, 5 miles
Pippingford Park, seat, near Balcombe sta., Sussex.
Pipton, township, Glasbury par., Brecknockshire, 4
Pirbright, par. and vil., Surrey—par., 4711 ac., pop.
Pireliill, North and South, 2 hundreds, Stafford-
Pirford, Surrey. See Pybford.
Pirgo, site of ancient royal palace, Havering-atte-
Pirn, seat, in par. and 3 miles NW. of Stow, Edin-
Pirn Mill, on AY. coast of Arran island, Buteshire,
Pirntaiton, place with traces of a Roman camp, in
Pirton.—par. and vil., Herts, in N. of co.—par., 2761
Pishill, par., Oxfordshire, in SE. of co., 54 miles
Pishiobury Park, seat, Herts, in E. of co., 5 miles
Pislake, vil., Shere par., Surrey, 44 miles SE. of
Pistill.—coast par. and vil., Carnarvonshire, 5| miles
Pistogs Castles, moated tumulus, near Bangor, Car-
Pistol Meadow, near the Lizard, Cornwall; so called
Pistyll Cain Falls, on river Prysor, Merioneth, 9
Pit . See also Pitt .
Pit Hill, 2 m. NE. of Chester le Street, Durham; P.O.
Pitbladdo, seat, in par. and 2 m. NW. of Cupar, Fife.
Pitcairly, seat, Newburgh par., Fife, 24 miles N.
Pitcairngreen, vil., Redgorton par., Perthshire, on
Pitcairns, Newton of, part of Dunning vil., Dunning
Pitcaithiy Wells. See Pitkeathly.
Pitcaline, school, Nigg par., Ross and Cromarty.
Pitcapie, vil. with ry. sta., Chapel of Garioch par.,
Pitcastle, seat, Logierait par., Perthshire, near river
Pitchcombe, par. and vil., Gloucestershire, 2 m. N.
Pitchcott, par., Bucks, 5 miles NW. of Aylesbury,
Pitchcroft Meadow, in co. and adjacent to Wor-
Pitchford, par. and vil., Shropshire, 6 miles SE. of
Pitcombe, par., Somerset, 14 mile SW. of Bruton,
Pitcorthie, seat, Carnbee par., Fife, 1|; mile NE. of
Pitcox, vil., Stenton par., Haddingtonshire, 4 miles
Gazetteer of the British Isles, Statistical and Topographical, by John Bartholomew, F.R.G.S.
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