Red Read, headland, Inverkeillor par., Forfarshire,
on S. side of Lunan Bay, alt. 267 ft.
Red Hill Junction, ry. sta., Surrey, 2 miles E. of
Reigate and 20 miles S. of London. See Redhill.
Red Hills, W. co. Kildare, between Rathangan and
Kildare, alt. 769 ft.
Red Horse Vale, AVarwickshire, 5 m. S. of Kineton.
Red House.—seat, 4 miles SE. of AValsall, Stafford-
shire.—2. Red Honse, seat, near Ipswich, Suffolk.—
3. Red House, seat, in co. and 6 miles NAV. of York,
on river Ure.
Red House, seat, 1 mile N. of Ardee, mid. co. Lonth.
Red Island, in Lough Ree, AV. co. Longford.
Red Lane, 2 m. from Coventry, AVarwickshire; P.O.
Red Lion (or largay), hamlet, N. co. Cavan, 34
miles SAV. of Belcoo.
Red Mile, ry. sta. (for Belvoir), Leicestershire, 3|
miles NE. of Harby and Ilf miles S. of Newark.
Red Mato, point, on AV. shore of AYindermere, Lanca-
shire, 3 miles NE. of Hawkshead.
Red Pike.—mountain, on AY. side of Buttermere,
Cumberland, alt. 2479 ft.—2. Red Pike, mountain,
on NAY. side of AYast AYater, Cumberland, between
Steeple and Yewbarrow, alt. 2629 ft.
Red Point, headland, in par. and 12 miles SAV. of
Gairloch, Ross and Cromarty.
Red Rice, seat, 3 miles SAY. of Andover, Hants.
Red Roek, ry. sta., SAY. Lancashire, 2 miles N. of
Red Row.—vil., Newton par., Edinburghshire, near
Millerhill ry. sta.—2. Red Row, part of Dunlop Place
vil., Dalserf par., Lanarkshire.
Sled Scar, seat of the Assheton Cross family, on river
Ribble, Lancashire, 3 miles NE. of Preston.
Red Screes, mountain, AYestmorland, 3 miles NE. of
Ambleside, alt. 2541 ft.
Red Tarn, lake, AYestmorland, on E. side of Hel-
vellyn, immediately beneath its summit; is 2356 ft.
above sea level.
Red Wkarf Bay, on NE. coast of Anglesey, 54 miles
NAY. of Beaumaris; is 5 m. across, and penetrates 3 m.
Redbank, eccl. dist., in par. and bor. of Manchester,
SE. Lancashire, pop. 6705.
Redberth (or Rhydberth), par., Pembrokeshire, 4
miles NAY. of Tenby, 305 ac., pop. 90.
Redbornstoke, hundred, Bedfordshire, 37,916 ac.,
pop. 15,735 ; contains Ampthill and 13 other pars.
Redbonrn, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Herts, on river
Arer, 4g miles NAY. of St Albans by road and 44 miles
NE. of Hemel Hempstead by rail, 4563 ac., pop. 2177;
P.O., T.O.; has silk mills; near vil. is Redbonrn
House, seat; a cell to St Albans Abbey was founded
here in the 12th century.
Redbourne, par. and vil., Lincolnshire, 6 miles
SAY. of Brigg, 3919 ac., pop. 367; P.O.; Redbourne
Hall is the seat of the Duke of St Albans.
Redbridge.—hundred, Hants, 16,235 ac., pop. 6174;
contains 2 pars, and parts of 3 others.—2. Redbridge,
vil. with ry. sta., Hants, on river Test, or Anton, at its
influx to Southampton AYater, 4 miles NAY. of South-
ampton ; P.O.; is practically conjoint with Eling and
Totton, and has a considerable coasting trade.
Rcdbrook.—vil. withry. sta., Newland par., Glou-
cestershire, on river AYye, 3 miles SE. of Monmouth;
P.O., T.O.—2. Redbrook, 3 miles from AVhitchurch,
Shropshire ; P.O.
Redcar, town and township with ry. sta., North-
Riding Yorkshire, 74 miles NE. of Middlesbrough—•
township, 604 ac. and 238 foreshore, pop. 2297; town,
900 ac., pop. 2458; P.O., T.O., IBank, 2newspapers;
the township is wholly in Marske near Redcar par., the
town is partly also in Upleatham par. Redcar (with
the adjoining village of Coatham) is a favourite sea-
bathing resort. Its smooth firm sands, stretching from
the mouth of the Tees to Saltburn, are 10 m. in length.
Redcastle, 5 miles SAY. of Moville, NE. co. Donegal,
on AY. side of Lough Foyle ; P.O.
Rcdcity, par., S. co. Tipperary, 1 mile SAY. of
Fethard, 722 ac., pop. 60.
Redcliff, St Mary, par., Gloucestershire, in city of
Bristol, 72 ac., pop. 5188.
Redcross, par. and vil., SE. co. AYicklow, 4 m. NE.
of Ovoca—par., 6247 ac., pop. 741; vil., pop. 204; P.O.
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