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Ravcnsbnrgb Castle, ancient oval camp, on high
hill, Hexton par., Herts, 54 miles NAY. of Hitchin.

Ravensby Feus, part of town of Carnoustie, Barry
par., Forfarshire, pop. 78.

Ravenscraig.—ruined castle, in par. and 24 miles
NW. of Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, on river Ugie.—2.
Ravenscraig, ruined castle, in par. and 1 mile SAY. of
Dysart, Fife.—3. Ravenscraig, ry. sta., Innerkip par.,
Renfrewshire, 34 miles SAY. of Greenock.

Ravenscroft, township, Middlewich par., Cheshire,
on river Dane, 1 mile N. of Middlewich, 127 ac., pop. 20.

Ravensdale, seat, 1 mile S. of Ballaugh, Isle of Man.

Ravcnsdale, seat, 6 miles NE. of Dundalk, N. co.
Louth, in Ravensdale, on river Flurry ; P.O.

Ravensdale Park, township, Mugginton par.,Derby-
shire, 7 miles NW. of Derby, 635 ac., pop. 46.

Ravensden, par. and vil., in co. and 4 miles NE. of
Bedford, 2160 ac., pop. 465; near vil. is Ravensden
House, seat.

Ravenseat, hamlet, Grinton par., North-Riding
Yorkshire, 54 miles NAV. of Muker.

Ravenstiat, hamlet, Laughton by Gainsborough par.,
Lincolnshire, 5 miles NE. of Gainsborough.

Ravcnshall, hamlet, in par. and 14 mile N. of
Falkland, Fife.

Ravenshall Point, small headland, Kirkmabreck
par., Kirkcudbrightshire, 6 miles SE. of Creetown;
has curious caves, and claims to be the scene of Scott’s
Guy Mannering. See Dikk Hattekaick’s Cave.

Ravcnshill, hamlet, Snckley par., Worcestershire,
7 miles SW. of Martley.

Ravcnsnook Castle, ruin, in par. and 14 mile SAY,
of Penicuik, Edinburghshire, on river North Esk.

Ravcnspur, former seaport, East-Riding Yorkshire,
at the mouth of the Humber, near Spurn Head; was
also called Ravenspurn, Ravenser, and Ravensrode ; re-
turned a member to the Parliaments of Edward I.;
suffered much injury from the sea in 1346, and again in
1357 ; was the landing-place of Henry IY. in 1399 and
of Edward IAr. in 1471, and was soon afterwards
entirely swept away by the sea.

Ravenstborpe.—town with ry. sta., Mirfield par.,
AVest-Riding Yorkshire, near Dewsbury, 358 ac.,pop.
4364; P.O., T.o.—2. Ravenstborpe, par., township,
and vil., in co. and 9 miles NAY. of Northampton—par.,
2871 ac., pop. 593 ; township, 1330 ac., pop. 411; P.O.

Ravenstone.—par. and vil., Bucks, 3 miles AV. of
Olney, 1920 ac., pop. 370 ; a priory was founded here in
1246.—2. Ravenstone, vil., Leicestershire, and par.,
partly also in Derbyshire—par., 1130 ac., pop. 451; vil.,
4 miles SE. of Ashby de la Zouch; P.O.; Ravenstone
Hall is the seat of the Fosbrooke family.

Ravenstone, seat of Lord Borthwick, and school,
Glasserton par., Wigtownshire, 5 m. NW. of AArhithorn.

Ravenstonedale, par. and vil. with ry. sta., West-
morland—par., 16,407 ac., pop. 889; vil., 44 miles SW.
of Kirkby Stephen; P.O.

Ravenstruther, vil., Carstairs par., Lanarkshire, 2f
miles NE. of Lanark ; P.O.

Ravenswood, seat, in par. and 2 miles E. of Melrose,
Roxburghshire, on river Tweed.

SSa veils worth.—vil., Chester le Street par., Durham,
on river Team, 4 miles SAY. of Gateshead; Ravens-
worth Castle is the seat of the Earl of Ravensworth.—
2. Ravensworth, township and vil., Kirkby Ravens-
worth par., North-Riding Yorkshire, 5 miles NW. of
Richmond, 2248 ac., pop. 268; P.O.; Ravensworth
Castle, the ruined residence of the family of Fitz-Hugb,
succeeded a fortress of Saxon times.

Ravcnthorpe, township, Appleby par., Lincolnshire,
4 miles AV. of Brigg, pop. 26.

Ravcntofts, hamlet, Ripon par., E. div. West-Riding
Yorkshire, 3 miles NW. of Ripley.

Raw.—township, in par. and near Rothbury, North-
umberland, 717 ac., pop. 43.—2. Raw, hamlet, Hever-
sham par., AYestmorland, 4 miles SAV. of Kendal.

Rawcliffe.—township and vil. with ry. sta., Snaith
par., E. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, on river Aire, 4
miles AY. of Goole, 466S ac., pop. 1650; f.o., T.o.—2.
Rawcliffe, township, St Olave Mary Gate and St
Michael le Belfry pars., North-Riding Yorkshire, 24-
miles NW. of York, 738 ac., pop. 89.—3. Rawcliffe,
N. Lancashire ; p.o. See Rawcliffe, Upper.

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

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