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Sawel, mountain, on border of cos. Londonderry and
Tyrone, 8 miles SW. of Dungiven, alt. 2236 ft.

Sawley.—vil. with ry. sta., Derbyshire, and par. and
township, partly also in Leicestershire—par. (containing
Long Eaton), 3959 ac., pop. 7596; township (Sawley
with Wilsthorpe), 1860 ac., pop. 1379; vil., on river
Trent, 1 mile S. of Sawley sta., which is 7 miles SE.
of Derby; P.O. Sawley is a prosperous place, and was
once a market town; it has an ancient church and a
national school, and partakes in the industrial pros-
perity of
Long Eaton : which see.—2. Sawley, eccl.
dist., township, and vil., Ripon par., E. div. West-
Riding Yorkshire—dist., pop. 408 ; township, 3284 ac.,
pop. 372; vil., 5 miles SW. of Ripon.—3. Sawley,
township and vil., Mitton par., N. div. West-Riding
Yorkshire—township, 2104 ac., pop. 178 ; vil., on river
Ribble, 4 miles NE. of Clitheroe; P.O.; the ruins of
Sawley Abbey, founded in 1147, are in the vicinity, and
form a source of great attraction to visitors.

Sawrey, eccl. dist. and vil., Hawkshead par., N.
Lancashire—dist., pop. 350 ; vil., on W. side of Winder-
mere lake, 2% miles NE. of Hawkshead; P.O.

Sawrey, Far. See Far Sawrey.

Sawston, par. and vil., Cambridgeshire—par., 1856
ac., pop. 1786; vil., 1 mile NE. of AVhittlesford sta.
and 7 miles SE. of Cambridge; P.O., T.O.; here are the
Sawston Paper Mills; Sawston Hall, seat, is in
vicinity of vil.

Sawtry, vil., in co. and 8% miles NW. of Hunting-
don ; P.O.

Sawtry All Saints, Sawtry St Andrew, and Sawtry
St Judith, 3pars., Huntingdonshire (containing Sawtry
vil.), combined area 5730 ac., pop.—All Saints, 679;
St Andrew, 368 ; St Judith, 213.

Saxa Vord, hill, near N. extremity of Unst island,
Shetland, alt. 934 ft.

Saxhy, par. and ry. sta., Leicestershire, on river
Eye, 3% milesE. of Melton Mowbray, 1430 ac., pop. 120.

Saxby hy Barton on Hiunher, par. and vil., Lin-
colnshire—par., 2322 ac.,pop. 327 ; vil., 4 miles SW. of
Barton upon Humber; P.O., called Saxby All Saints.

Saxby by Lincoln, par., Lincolnshire, 7 miles SW.
of Market Rasen, 2322 ac., pop. 114.

Saxelby.—vil. with ry. sta., Saxelby with Ingleby
par., Lincolnshire, near the Till rivulet, 6 miles NAV.
of Lincoln ; P.O., T.O.—2. Saxelby, par., Leicestershire,
4 m. NW. of Melton Mowbray, 1290 ac., pop. 84; P.O.

Saxelby with Ingleby, par., Lincolnshire, 4270 ac.,
pop. 1191; contains Saxelby, North Ingleby, and South
Ingleby, vils.

Saxendale, Notts. See Saxondale.

Saxhain, ry. sta., Suffolk, 3% miles SE. of Bury St

Saxham, Great, par. and vil., Suffolk—par., 1428
ac., pop. 239; vil., 2 miles S. of Saxham sta. and 5
miles SW. of Bury St Edmunds; P.O.; near the vil.
is Saxhain Hall, seat.

Saxham, Little, par. (ry. sta. Saxham), Suffolk,
adjacent to Great Saxham, 1381 ac., pop. 173.

Saxilby, Lincolnshire. See Saxelby.

Saxllngham, par. and vil., Norfolk—par., 1498 ac.,
pop. 140 ; vil., 8 miles NE. of Walsingham ;

Saxlingham Nethergate, par. and vil., Norfolk, 7
miles S. of Norwich, 2111 ac. (including Saxlingham
Thorpe), pop. 529.

Saxlingham Thorpe, par., Norfolk, 7% miles S. of
Norwich, 2111 ac. (including Saxlingham Nethergate),
pop. 146.

Saxmundham, market town and par. with ry. sta.,
Suffolk, 11 miles S. of Halesworth and 20 NE, of Ips-
wich by rail, 1101 ac., pop. 1318; P.O., T.o., 2 Banks.
Wednesday. The town stands between two
hills, is well built, and has an ancient church, a market
hall for corn, a free school, and important trade in corn.

Saxon Street, hamlet, Wood Ditton par., Cambridge-
shire, in SW. of co., 3% miles SE. of Newmarket; P.O.

Saxonbury Hill, eminence, Sussex, 2% miles NE. of
Rotherfield.    ' V

Saxondale, township and vil., Shelford par., Notts,
1% mile AV. of Bingham, pop. 98.

Saxtead, par. and vil., Suffolk—par., 1202 ac., pop.
338; vil., on river Aide, 2 miles NAV. of FramHng-
ham; P.O.

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

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