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Scotlandwell, vil., Portmoak par., Kinross-shire, 5
miles W. of Leslie ; P.O.

Scotncy Castle, seat, Lamberhurst par., Kent, at
boundary with Sussex, near Lamberhurst vil., and 6
miles E. of Frant sta,

Scots Dyke, The, old ditch and embankment, form-
ing part of the boundary between England and Scot-
land ; extended from the river Esk to the Sark.

Scots Gap Jnnction, ry. sta., Northumberland, 11
miles W. of Morpeth.

Scot’s Hall, near Smeeth sta., Kent; was the seat
of the Scot family, one of whom was Warden of the
Cinque Ports in the reign of Henry VIII.

Scots Rake, a ridge of High Street Mountain, West-

Scotsborqiigli, ancient mansion, 1% mile W. of
Tenby, Pembrokeshire.

Scotsbrig, farm, Middlebie par., Dumfriesshire, 3
miles NE. of Ecclefechan ; was the home of the Carlyle
family from 1826.

Scotsburn, school, Logie Easter par., Ross and

Scotscalder, ry. sta., in par. and 2| miles SW. of
Halkirk, Caithness.

Scotscraig, seat, Ferry-Port-on-Craig par., Fife, 1
mile SW. of Tayport.

Scotsliaw Brook Mill, paperworks, Lower Darwen,

Scotshonse, 4 m. S. of Clones, W. co. Monaghan; P.O.

Scotsmfll, school, Tullynessle and Forbes par.,

Scotstarvet Tower, old tower on an eminence, Ceres
par., Fife, 2 miles SAV. of Cupar.

Scotstown.—vil., Sunart dist., Argyllshire, 2 miles
N. of Strontian.—2. Scotstown, vil. with ry. sta.
(Scotstounhill), Renfrew par., in co. and 1 mile E. of
Renfrew, pop. 757.

Scotstown, vil., Tedavnet par., in co. and 5 miles
NW. of Monaghan, pop. 117; P.O.

Scotswood, vil. with ry. sta., Newburn par., North-
umberland, on river Tyne, 3 miles W. of Newcastle on
Tyne ; P.O., T.O.; the Scotswood Paper Mill is here.

Scotter, par. and vil., Lincolnshire—par., 4630 ac.,
pop. 1070; vil., 3 miles N. of Northorpe sta. and 3%
miles NW. of Kirton in Lindsey ; P.O.; near the vil. is
Scotter Hall, seat.

Scottertborpe, hamlet, Scotter par., Lincolnshire, 4
miles N. of Northorpe sta.

Scottlethorpe, hamlet, Edenham par., Lincolnshire,
3 miles NAV. of Bourn.

Scotton.—par., township, and vil., Lincolnshire—
par., 4920 ac., pop. 385; township, pop. 260; vil., on
river Eau, 2 miles N. of Northorpe sta.; P.O.—2.
Scotton, township, Catterick and Patrick Brompton
pars., North-Riding Yorkshire, 2 miles SE. of Rich-
mond, 1407 ac., pop. 116. — 3. Scotton, township,
Farnham par., AVest-Riding Yorkshire, on river Nidd,
3 miles NAV. of Knaresborough, 1127 ac., pop. 291.

Scottow, par. and vil., Norfolk—par., 2120 ac., pop.
430 ; vil., 4 miles SW. of North Walsham ; P.O.; near
the vil. is Scottow Hall, seat.

Scoulton, par. and vil., Norfolk—par., 2193 ac.,
pop. 326; vil., 3 miles E. of Watton ry. sta.; P.O.

Scour. See also Sgurr.

Scour On ran (Sgurr Ehuaran), mountain, Glenshiel
par., Ross and Cromarty, 2 miles SW. of Ben Attow,
alt. 3505 ft.

Sconrie, vil., Eddrachillis par., Sutherland, on
Scourie Bay, 43% miles NW. of Lairg ; P.O.

Scout Scar. See Underbarrow.

Scoveston, seat, Pembrokeshire; post-town, Haver-

Scrabby, par. and vil., SW. co. Cavan, on Lough
Gowna, 4 miles W. of Drumhawnagh ry. sta.—par.,
56,847 ac., pop. 1746; vil., pop. 132.

Scrabo, hill, 1% mile SAV. of Newtownards, N. co.
Down, alt. 534 ft.

Scrabster, seaport vil., in par. and 1% mile NW. of
Thurso, Caithness, on W. side of Thurso Bay; P.O.,
T.O. Scrabster is the port of Thurso; the ruin of
Scrabster Castle is in vicinity.

Scrafield (or Scraylleld), par., Lincolnshire, 3 miles
E. of Horncastle, 670 ac., pop. 53.

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

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