Fotnall, seat, 4 miles W. of Chertsey, Surrey.
Potrail Water, Crawford par., S. Lanarkshire; flows
9 miles NE. to a confluence with Daer AVater, 2% miles
S. of Elvanfoot sta.
Potsgrove (or Pottesgrove), par. and vil., Bedford-
shire, in SAV. of co.,2 m. S. of AVoburn, 1385 ac., pop. 203.
Pott. See Ilton cum Pott.
Pott Shrigicy, township, Prestbury par., Cheshire,
4 miles NE. of Macclesfield, 1706 ac., pop. 385; con-
tains Pott Hall, seat.
Potten End, hamlet, 1% mile E. of Berkhampstead
Potter Broinpton. See Brompton Potter.
Potter Han worth, par. and vil. with ry. sta., in co.
and 6 miles SE. of Lincoln, 4150 ac., pop. 435; P.O.
Potter Heigham, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Norfolk
11% miles NAV. of Yarmouth, 2527 ac., pop. 414; P.O.
Potter Newton, township, Leeds par., E. div. AVest-
Riding Yorkshire, in NE. of Leeds, 1709 ac., pop. 5107.
Potterhill, ry. sta., Renfrewshire, near Paisley.
Potteries, The, dist., in N. of Staffordshire, com-
prising Burslem, Hanley, Longton, Newcastle under
Lyme, Stoke upon Trent, Tunstall, &c.; is about 8 miles
in length and 3 in breadth, and is the chief seat of
the earthenware mfr. in England, a large proportion of
the population being engaged in this industry. Coal,
marl, and potters clay are worked.
Fotterne, par., township, and vil., AVilts—par., 4956
ac., pop. 1658 ; township, pop. 1154; vil., 2 miles S. of
Devizes; P.O., T.O.
Potterne and Cannings, hundred, AVilts, 30,683
ac., pop. 7989.
Potters Bar, eccl. dist. and vil. with ry. sta., South
Mimms par., Middlesex—dist., pop. 1267 ; vil., on NE.
border of co., 12£ miles N. of London by rail and 3
miles N. of Barnet; P.O., T.O.
Potters Green, hamlet, Little Munden par., in co.
and 5% miles N. of Hertford.
Potters Hill, vil., Ecclesfield par., S. div. AVest-
Riding Yorkshire, 6 miles N. of Sheffield.
Potters Marston, township, Barwell par., Leicester-
shire, 4% miles NE. of Hinckley, 280 ac., pop. 20.
Potters Street, vil., 2 m. S. of Harlow, Essex; P.O.
Potterspury, par., township, and vil., Northampton-
shire—par., 2820 ac., pop. 1683; township, pop. 1079;
vil., 6 miles SE. of Towcester ; P.O.
Fotterton, hamlet, Barwick in Elmet par., E. div.
AVest-Riding Yorkshire, 8 miles NE. of Leeds; in
vicinity is Fotterton Hall, seat.
Pottesgrove. See Potsgrove.
Potto, township and ry. sta., AVhorlton par., North-
Riding Yorkshire, 4% miles SW. of Stokesley, 1532 ac.,
Poitou, market town and par. with ry. sta., Bed-
fordshire, in E. of co., 1 mile from the border of Cam-
bridgeshire, 4 miles NE. of Biggleswade and 11 miles
E. of Bedford, 2200 ac., pop. 2006; P.O., T.O. Market-
day, Saturday. The town occupies a picturesque posi-
tion, and has a fine Norman church and an endowed
school. Straw-plaiting is the principal industry; there
are also cornmills. In addition to the weekly market
4 fairs are held annually. Potton Wood, in vicinity,
is a well-known sporting resort.
Potton, Great, island, Essex, forming part of Great
Wakering par., and separated from the mainland by a
Potton, little, island, Essex, forming part of Little
AVakering par., and separated from Great Potton by a
Fotwell, hamlet, Widley and Wymering pars.,
Hants, 4 miles NE. of Portsmouth.
Poughill.—coast par. and vil., Cornwall, ImileNW.
of Stratton, 1947 ac., pop. 399.—2. Ponghill, par. and
vil., Devon, 6% m. NE. of Crediton, 1663 ac., pop. 260.
Ponlacurry, vil., Rathcooney par., in co. and 5 miles
NE. of Cork, pop. 122.
Poulmucka, 8 miles NW. of Clonmel, S. co. Tip-
perary ; P.O.
Ponlsliot, par. and vil., Wilts, 3% miles SW. of
Devizes, 1589 ac., pop. 340 ; P.O.
Poultney, vil., Misterton par., Leicestershire, 2 miles
E. of Lutterworth.
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