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A sea-bathing infirmary was founded in 1812, and a
large aquarium was opened in 1877. Scarborough was
a borough by prescription, first chartered in 1181. It
returns 1 member to Parliament; it returned 2 members
from the time of Edward I. until 1885.

Scarciiff, par. and vil., Derbyshire, 6 miles NW.
of Mansfield, 3954 ac., pop. 618; near the vil. is
Scarciiff Park.

Scarcrol't, township and vil. (ry. sta. Thorner and
Scarcroft), Thorner par., E. div. West-Riding York-
shire—township, 1073 ac., pop. 290; vil., 5g miles NE.
of Leeds; P.O., T.o.

Scardaune, 3 m. from Ballindine, E. co. Mayo; P.O.

Scarf Gap, mountain pass, Cumberland, from head
of Ennerdale to head of Buttermere.

Scarfskerry, coast hamlet, in par. and 4 miles NE.
of Dunnet, Caithness ; P.O.

Scargill, township, Barningham par., North-Riding
Yorkshire, 4 miles S. of Barnard Castle, 5170 ac., pop.
106. Scargill Cliff figures in Scott’s

Scarlsbrick, township and vil., Ormskirk par., SW.
Lancashire—township, 8397 ac., pop. 2232; vil., on
Leeds and Liverpool Canal, 3 miles NW. of Ormskirk;
P.O.; in vicinity is Scarisbrick Ilall, seat. _

Scarisla, school, Harris par., Outer Hebrides, Inver-

Scarle, North, par. and vil., in co. and 9 miles SW.
of Lincoln, 1955 ac., pop. 515.

Scarle, South, par. and township, Notts, 7 miles
NE. of Newark—par., 2050 ac., pop. 348; township,
1540 ac., pop. 156.

Scarlets, seat, 5 miles SW. of Maidenhead, Berks.

Scarlett Point, promontory, on S. coast of Isle of
Man, at SW. side of Castletown Bay.

Scarness, small promontory, on E. side of Bassen-
thwaite Water, Cumberland.

Scarning, par. and vil.,Norfolk—par., 3470 ac., pop.
666; vil., 2 miles W. of Derebam ; P.O.

Scarnish, school, Tyree par., Inner Hebrides, Argyll.

Scarp, island, in NW. of Harris par., Outer Hebri-
des, Inverness-shire, pop. 213 ; lies
\ mile W. of Harris
proper, measures
2f by 3 miles, and rises to an alt. of
1000 ft.

Scarr Hill, seat, S. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, 4J
miles S. of Huddersfield.

Scarrlff.—vil., Tomgraney par., E. co. Clare, on river
Scarriff, 10 miles NW. of Killaloe ry. sta., pop. 785; P.O.,
T.O., IBank; has an ancient round tower.—2. Scarrlff,
river, E. co. Clare; rises in Lough Teriog, and flows l8
miles SE. through Loughs Grany and O’Grady to Lough
Derg.—3. Scarrlff, island, Kilcrohane par., S. co. Kerry,
in Kenmare River, 366 ac., pop. 11.

Scarrington, par., township, and vil., Notts, 2 miles
NE. of Bingham—par., 2850 ac., pop. 612; township,
910 ac., pop. 208.

Scars, East, reef, off coast of North-Riding York-
shire, at E. side of mouth of river Tees, 1 mile NE. of
Redcar ; is bare at ebb tide.

Scarsburgh, ancient circular camp, Jedburgh par.,

Scarsdale, hundred, Derbyshire, 145,856 ac., pop.
127,665; contains 31 pars, and parts of 2 others. Scars-
dale gives the title of baron to the Curzon family.

Scartaglen, 5 miles SE. of Castleisland, E. co.
Kerry; P.O.

Scarth Hill (or Lathom) : which see.

Scarthln Nick, opening between limestone rocks,
near Matlock Bath, Derbyshire. See Matlock.

Scarthingwell, vil., Saxton par., E. div. West-
Riding Yorkshire, 4 miles S. of Tadcaster; in vicinity
is Scarthingwell Hall, seat. See
Saxton with

Scartho, par., Lincolnshire, within the parl. limits of
Grimsby, 922 ac., pop. 224; P.O.

Scartlea, vil., Garraneskinnefeakepar., SE. co. Cork,
4g miles S. of Middleton, pop. 168.

Scarva, vil. with ry. sta. (Scarva Junction), Aghaderg
par., AY. co. Down, on Newry Canal, 11 miles N. of
Newry, pop. 186; P.O.; S.
House, seat, is adjacent.

Scarweather Sands, shoal, Bristol Channel, off
coast of Glamorgan, near Porthcawl; in 14 fathoms,
western edge, is light-vessel, with revolving light (Scar-
weather) seen 10 miles.

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