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Preston.—school, Bunkle and Preston par., Berwick-
shire, 2% miles N. of Duns.—2. Preston, school, Mark-
inch par., Fife.—3. Preston, vil., in par. and adjacent
to Prestonpans, Haddingtonshire ; an ancient cross
stands in the vil., and a ruined tower is in the vicinity.
—4. Preston (or Prestonmill), hamlet, Kirkbean
par., Kirkcudbrightshire, 14miles S. of Dumfries ; P.O.

Preston, East, coast par. and vil., Sussex, 3 m. E.
of Littlehampton, 467 ac. and 145 foreshore, pop. 420.

Preston, Great and Little, township, Kippax par.,
E. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, 6 miles NW. of Ponte-
fract, 1037 ac., pop. 1525.

Preston, Little, hamlet, Preston Capes par., North-
amptonshire, 5% miles S. of Daventry.

Preston, Long, small town, par., and township with
ry. sta., N. div. West-Riding Yorkshire—par., 13,557
ac., pop. 1486; township, 3578 ac., pop. 706; town, on
river Ribble, 4 miles SE. of Settle; P.O., T.O., 2 Banks.
Markets for cattle are held here every alternate Mon-
day, and there are cattle fairs in March and September.

Preston Bagot, par., Warwickshire, 1% mile E. of
Henley in Arden, 1302 ac., pop. 175.

Preston Berry Castle, ancient camp, Devon, on NE.
border of Dartmoor and on river Teign, 3% miles N. of
Moreton Hampstead; covers 6% ac.

Preston Bisset, par. and vil., Bucks—par., 1523 ac.,
pop. 344; vil., 3% miles SW. of Buckingham ; P.O.

Preston Brockbnrst, hamlet, 3 miles SE. of Wem,
Shropshire; P.O.

Preston Brook, vil. with ry. sta., Preston on the
Hill township, Runcorn par., Cheshire, at the junction
of the Bridgwater and the Trent and Mersey Canals, 6 m.
SW. of Warrington ; P.O., T.O.; has large warehouses.

Preston Candover, par. and vil., Hants—par., 3457
ac., pop. 414; vil., on river Itchin, 6 miles N. of Alres-
ford; P.O.

Preston Capes, par. and vil., Northamptonshire—
par., 2280 ac., pop. 221; vil., 5 m. S. of Daventry; P.O.

Preston Deanery, par. and seat, in co. and 3 miles
SE. of Northampton, 1470 ac., pop. 107.

Preston Gnbbals, par., Shropshire, 4 miles N. of
Shrewsbury, 2349 ac., pop. 426 ; P.O.

Preston Hall, seat, near Maidstone, Kent.

Preston Hall, seat, Cranston par., E. Edinburgh-
shire, near river Tyne, 4% miles E. of Dalkeith.

Preston House, seat of Lord Templemore, near
Basingstoke, Hants.

Preston House, seat, in co. and 1% mile S. of Lin-

Preston Junction, ry. sta., NE. Lancashire, 3 miles
SE. of Preston.

Preston Park, ry. sta., Sussex, in NW of Brighton.

Preston Patrick, township and vil., Burton in
Kendal par., and eccl. dist., partly in Heversham par.,
AVestmorland—dist., pop. 971; township, 3657 ac., pop.
544; vil., on river Beetha, 3% miles NE. of Milnthorpe.

Preston Plucknett, par. and vil., Somerset—par.,
790 ac., pop. 266 ; vil., 1 mile NE. of Yeovil; P.O.

Preston Quarter, township, St Bees par., Cumber-
land, mostly within AVhitehaven bor., 3156 ac.,pop. 6997.

Preston Bichard, township, Heversham par., West-
morland, on E. side of Heversham, 2134 ae., pop. 589.

Preston Road, ry. sta., in NE. of Liverpool.

Preston Wynne, township and vil., AVithington par.,
in co. and 6 miles NE. of Hereford, pop. 168.

Preston by Wingham, par. and vil., Kent, 7 miles
NE. of Canterbury, 1492 ac., pop. 449.

Preston in Ifoldcrucss, York. See Preston.

Gazetteer of the British Isles, Statistical and Topographical, by John Bartholomew, F.R.G.S.

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