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Pipers End, hamlet, Wheathampstead par., Herts,
4 miles NE. of St Albans.

Piper’s Bole, deep cavern, in Tresco, Scilly Islands.

Pipewcll Mall, seat, 5 miles NW. of Kettering,

Pippacott, hamlet, Braunton par., Devon, 5 miles
NW. of Barnstaple.

Pippingford Park, seat, near Balcombe sta., Sussex.

Pipton, township, Glasbury par., Brecknockshire, 4
miles SW. of Hay, pop. 105.

Pirbright, par. and vil., Surrey—par., 4711 ac., pop.
723; vil., 6 miles NW. of Guildford; P.O., T.O.; near
the vil. is Pirbright Lodge, seat.

Pireliill, North and South, 2 hundreds, Stafford-
shire—North Pirehill, 90,142 ac., pop. 115,169; con-
tains 19 pars, and 3 parts ; South Pirehill, 114,855 ac.,
pop. 26,288 ; contains 19 pars, and 2 parts.

Pirford, Surrey. See Pybford.

Pirgo, site of ancient royal palace, Havering-atte-
Bower par., Essex, 3 miles N. of Romford.

Pirn, seat, in par. and 3 miles NW. of Stow, Edin-
burghshire, on Gala AYater.

Pirn Mill, on AY. coast of Arran island, Buteshire,
20 miles NW. of Brodick; P.O.

Pirntaiton, place with traces of a Roman camp, in
par. and 4 miles NAY. of Stow, Edinburghshire.

Pirton.—par. and vil., Herts, in N. of co.—par., 2761
ac., pop. 1125; vil., 3 miles NAY. of Hitchin ; p.o.—2.
Pirton, par., Oxfordshire. See
Pyrton.—3. Pirton,
par. and vil., Worcestershire, 44 miles NW. of Pershore,
1669 ac., pop. 183.

Pishill, par., Oxfordshire, in SE. of co., 54 miles
NAY. of Henley on Thames, 793 ac., pop. 170.

Pishiobury Park, seat, Herts, in E. of co., 5 miles
S. of Bishop Stortford.

Pislake, vil., Shere par., Surrey, 44 miles SE. of

Pistill.—coast par. and vil., Carnarvonshire, 5| miles
NW. of Pwllheli, 3949 ac. (138 water), pop. 909.—2.
Pistill, hamlet, Llandebie par., Carmarthenshire, 4
miles S. of Llandilo.

Pistog’s Castles, moated tumulus, near Bangor, Car-
narvonshire ; was the site of an ancient mansion.

Pistol Meadow, near the Lizard, Cornwall; so called
from the quantity of firearms flung ashore by the wreck
of a transport ship, a number of soldiers and seamen
from which lie buried here.

Pistyll Cain Falls, on river Prysor, Merioneth, 9
miles S. of Festiniog.

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.
of Auchtermuchty.

Pitcairngreen, vil., Redgorton par., Perthshire, on
river Almond, 4| miles NW. of Perth; has bleachfields.

Pitcairns, Newton of, part of Dunning vil., Dunning
par., Perthshire, pop. 235; in vicinity is Pitcairns, seat.

Pitcaithiy Wells. See Pitkeathly.

Pitcaline, school, Nigg par., Ross and Cromarty.

Pitcapie, vil. with ry. sta., Chapel of Garioch par.,
Aberdeenshire, on river Ury, 5 miles NW. of Inverurie;
p.o.; in vicinity is Pitcaple Castle, seat.

Pitcastle, seat, Logierait par., Perthshire, near river
Tay, 54 miles NAV. of Ballinluig Junction.

Pitchcombe, par. and vil., Gloucestershire, 2 m. N.
of Stroud, 278 ac., pop. 157; P.O.; has a small woollen
factory; near the vil. is Pitchcombe House, seat.

Pitchcott, par., Bucks, 5 miles NW. of Aylesbury,
925 ac., pop. 35.

Pitchcroft Meadow, in co. and adjacent to Wor-
cester ; here, in September 1642, a battle was fought
between the forces of Lord Essex and those of Prince

Pitchford, par. and vil., Shropshire, 6 miles SE. of
Shrewsbury, 1645 ac., pop. 214; near the vil. is Pitch-
ford Hall, seat.

Pitcombe, par., Somerset, 14 mile SW. of Bruton,
1050 ac., pop. 421.

Pitcorthie, seat, Carnbee par., Fife, 1|; mile NE. of

Pitcox, vil., Stenton par., Haddingtonshire, 4 miles
SW. of Dunbar.

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