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It is one of the Flint District of Parliamentary
Boroughs, which returns 1 member.—2.
hundred, Flintshire, 28,184 ac., pop. 7923; contains 5
pars, and parts of 3 others.

Rhudunan, 19 miles S. of Portree, Skye island,
Inverness-shire ; P.O. See
Rudh’ an Dunain.

Rhnlen, par., Radnorshire, on river Edwy, 64 miles
E. of Builth, 756 ac., pop. 63.

Rhunahaorine, place with school, Killean and
Kilchenzie par., Kintyre, Argyllshire.

Rhydberth, Pembrokeshire. See Redberth.

Rhyd*-ddu, ry. sta., in co. and 124 miles by rail
SE. of Carnarvon, and 24 miles from the summit of
Snowdon; P.O.

Rtaydd, The, seat, Hanley Castle par., Worcester-
shire, on river Severn, 3 miles NW. of Upton on Severn.

Rhyddlan. See Rhuddlan.

Rhydfeian,f m. fromTreforest sta., Glamorgan; P.O.

Rhydfendigaed, vil., Caron par., Cardiganshire,
near Tregaron.

Rhydgolcy, hamlet, Mold par., Flintshire, near Mold.

Rhydgwern, township, Machen par., Glamorgan, on
river Rhymney, 54 m. E. of Caerphilly, 722 ac., pop. 248.

Rhydlewis, 7 miles NW. of Llandyssil, Cardigan-
shire ; P.O.

Rhydmanteg, vil., Llangranog par., Cardiganshire,
84 miles N. of Newcastle Emlyn.

Rhydodridge, vil., Pendoylan par., Glamorgan, 84
miles W. of Cardiff.

Rhydowen.—4 miles from Llandyssil, Cardiganshire;
P.O.; Rhydowen is a ford on the Cletwr near Alltyrodin,
named after OwenGlendower.—2.
Rhydowen, ry. sta.,
Carmarthenshire, on NW. border of co., 10 miles N. of
Whitland and 14 miles S. of Cardigan.

Rhydwyn, 7 miles from Yalley sta., Anglesey; P.O.

Rhydyborthan, hamlet, Eglwysilan par., Gla-
morgan, on river Taff, 4 miles NW. of Caerphilly.

Rhydyclafdy, 3 miles W. of Pwllheli, Carnarvon-
shire ; P.O.

Rhydycroesau, eccl. dist., Llanyblodwell, Oswestry,
and Selattyn pars., Shropshire, and Llansilin par., Den-
bighshire and Shropshire, pop. 420; P.O., 34 miles W. of

Rhydyfelin, vil., 2 miles SE. of Aberystwith, Car-
diganshire; P.O.

Rhyd-y-Fen, near Arenig sta., Merioneth; is the
starting-point for the Arenigs.

Rhydyfro, vil., 2 miles NW. of Pontardawe, Gla-
morgan ; P.O.

Rhydygors, seat, in co. and near Carmarthen, on
river Towy.

Rhydymaen, 6 m. NE. of Dolgelly, Merioneth ; P.O.

Rhydyinerch, 4 miles from Abergavenny, Monmouth-
shire ; P.O.

Rhydymwyn, eccl. dist. and ry. sta., Cilcen, Halkin,
Mold, and Northop pars., Flintshire—dist., pop. 699;
the sta. is 3 miles NW. of Mold.

Rhydypennan, vil., Llanfihangel - Geneur - Glynn
par., Cardiganshire, 4 miles NE. of Aberystwith.

Rhydyrgane, vil., Llanllawddog par., Carmarthen-
shire, 64 miles NE. of Carmarthen.

Rhydyronen, ry. sta., Merioneth, 2 m.NE. of Towyn.

Rhyl, watering-place, Rhuddlan par., Flintshire, near
mouth of river Clwyd, 6 miles NAY. of St Asaph, and
30 NW. of Chester by rail, 600 ac., pop. 6029; P.O. , T.O.,
2 Banks, 6 newspapers. Rhyl has a fine sandy beach,
an aquarium and winter garden, a promenade pier,
baths, and all the other equipments of a watering-place.
There is steam communication with Liverpool. Rhyl is
a local government district; until about 1830 it was
merely a fishing vil.

Rhyllon, seat, near St Asaph, Flintshire ; was long
the abode of Mrs Hemans (1794-1835), the poetess.

Rhymer’s Glen, Melrose par., Roxburghshire, on
Huntly Burn, near Abbotsford.

Rhymer’s Tower, ruin, in par. and near Earlston,

Rhymney.—town with ry. sta., chiefly in Bedwelty
par., Monmouthshire, but partly also in Llangunider
par., Brecknockshire, on river Rhymney, 24 miles AY.
of Tredegar, 2890 ac., pop. 8663; P.O., T.o., 1 Bank;

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

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