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Sculcoatcs, par. and ry. sta., East-Riding York-
shire, wholly within the bor. of Hull, 746 ac., pop.
45,425; consists of 2 divisions—East, 259 ac., pop.
13,136; West, 487 ac., pop. 32,289; the sta. is 2% miles
N. of Paragon sta., Hull.

Scullabogue, 5 miles NW. of Taghmon, S. co. Wex-
ford ; the scene of a massacre by the insurgents in 1798.

Scullamie, creek, on E. side of Kyle of Tongue,

Sculloge Gap, a defile, on border of cos. Carlow and
Wexford, between Blackstairs and Mount Leinster.

Scullogestown, par., N. co. Kildare, 4 miles SW. of
Kilcock, 2468 ac., pop. 311.

Scnlthorpe, par. and vil., Norfolk—par., 2055 ac.,
pop. 574; vil., 2 m. NW. of Fakenham;
P.O.; has corn-
mills, agricultural implements works, andiron-founding.

Scunthorpe, township and vil., Frodingham par.,
Lincolnshire, 8 miles NW. of Brigg, pop. 2048;
; large ironworks are here.

Scurlockstown, par., S. co. Meath, on river Boyne,
3 miles SE. of Trim, 2589 ac., pop. 173.

Scnnnore, school, Castleconnor par., co. Sligo.

Scutterskelfe, seat of Viscount Falkland, near
Yarm, North-Riding Yorkshire.

Scwd Elnon Gain, waterfall (70 ft.), on Pryddin
stream, in S. of Brecknockshire, near Pont Neath

Scwd yn Hen Bbyd, waterfall (90 ft.), on river
Llech, in SAV. of Brecknockshire, near Capel Colbren.

Scybor - y • Coed, township, Llanfihangel-Geneur-
Glynn par., Cardiganshire, 4 miles NE. of Aberystwith,
11,264 ac. (1870 water), pop. 521.

Sea Houses, vil., Bamburgh par., Northumberland,
on the coast, 3% miles SE. of Bamburgh;
P.O., T.o.

Sea Mills, ry. sta., in SW. of Gloucestershire, 2
miles NAV. of Clifton Station, Bristol.

Sea Park, seat, Kinloss par., Elginshire, 1 mile AV.
of Kinloss ry. sta.

Sea Beach, fairway, in river Thames, from Hope
Point to the Nore; 14 miles long. On Chapman Sands
and MuckiDg Flat are lighthouses, with occulting
lights (Sea Reach) each seen 11 miles.

Sea View, coast vil., at NE. extremity of Isle of
Wight, 2 miles SE. of Ryde ;
P.O., T.O.

Seabcacb, hamlet, Boxgrove and Eartham pars.,
Sussex, 4 miles NE. of Chichester.

Scaborough, par., on S. border of Somerset, on river
Axe, 2 miles S. of Crewkerne sta., 581 ac., pop. 105.

Seabrook, hamlet, Cheddington and Ivinghoe pars.,
Bucks, 1% mile NW. of Ivinghoe.

Seacliff House, seat, Whitekirk par., Haddington-
shire, 4% miles SE. of North Berwick.

Seacombe, eccl. dist., Wallasey par., Cheshire, on
NW. side of Birkenhead, pop. 6563;
P.O., T.o., 1 Bank;
has a steamboat station; many of the houses are in-
habited by Liverpool merchants. See
Poulton with

Seacon, 3 m. from Ballymoney, N. co. Antrim; P.O.

Seacourt, par., in N. of Berks, 3 miles NW. of Ox-
ford, 813 ac., pop. 20.

Seacox Ueatb, seat, Kent; post-town, Hawkhurst.

Seacroft, township and vil., Leeds and Whitkirk
pars., E. div. West-Riding Yorkshire—township, partly
in bor. of Leeds, 1834 ac., pop. 1367; vil., 4 miles NE.
of Leeds; P.O.

Seafield.—dist., Cullen par., Banffshire; gives the
title of earl to the family of Ogilvie-Grant.—2. Sea-
field, suburb of Leith, Edinburghshire.

Seafield, seat, 4 miles E. of Gorey, E. co. Wexford.

Seafield Tower.—seat, in par. and 1 mile NAV. of
Ardrossan, Ayrshire.—2. Seafield Tower, ruined seat,
in par. and 1 mile NE. of Kinghorn, Fife.

Seaford, town and par. with ry. sta., Sussex, 2|
miles SE. of Newhaven, 2347 ac., pop. 1674;
P.O., T.o.
Seaford was an ancient incorporation, and sent 2 mem-
bers to Parliament from 1298 till 1832; it was made a
corporate member of the Cinque Port of Hastings in
the reign of Henry VIII. It is rapidly increasing in
importance as a place of seaside resort, and has fisheries.
Pevensey, Lowey of.

Seaforde, vil.,Loughinislandpar., mid. co. Down, 1%
mile N. of Clough and 5 miles SAV. of Downpatrick,
pop. 144;
P.O.; Seaforde House, seat, is 1 mile N.

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

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