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Seaton Sluice, small seaport, Earsdon par., North-
umberland, 3 miles SE. of Blyth; P.O.; the harbour
was formed out of the solid rock during the reign of
Charles I.; it has been greatly improved, and is used
for the exportation of coal.

Seaton and Beer, par. and ry. sta., Devon (con-
taining Seaton town), 2821 ac., pop. 2343.

Seaton and Slingley, township (ry. sta. Seaton),
Seaham par., Durham, 2 miles SW". of Ryhope sta.,
1392 ac., pop. 196.

Seaton and Wassand, township, Sigglesthorne par.,
East-Riding Yorkshire, 2 miles SW. of Hornsea, 1744
ac., pop. 418; P.O. at Seaton.

Seatonsnook, promontory, on coast of Durham, lg
mile SE. of Seaton Carew.

Seatown, vil., on coast of Dorset, 5 miles E. of
Lyme Regis.

Seatown, part of Lossiemouth and Branderburgh,
Drainie par., Elginshire, pop. 277.

Seaville, vil., in NAY. of Cumberland, near More-
cambe Bay, 3 miles E. of Silloth and 8 miles NW. of
Wigton; p.o.

Seavlngton (St Mary), par. and vil., Somerset—
par., 988 ac., pop. 304; vil., 3 m. E. of Ilminster ; P.O.

Seavlngton St Michael, par., Somerset, adjacent
to Seavington St Mary, 280 ac., pop. 229.

Sebastapol, 1 mile from Newport, Monmouth ; P.O.

Sebergham, par. and vil., Cumberland—par., 5557
ac., pop. 551; vil., on river Caldew, 2 miles NE. of
Hesket Market; P.O.

Seckington, par., Warwickshire, 4 miles NE. of
Tamworth, 806 ac., pop. 101.

Sedbergh, market town, par., and township with ry.
sta., N. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, on river Rawthey,
14f miles NAA7. of Ingleton—par., 52,663 ac., pop. 4079;
township, 19,603 ac., pop. 2268; P.O., T.O., 2 Banks.
Wednesday. The town occupies a secluded
position, being entirely surrounded by hills. The gram-
mar school was founded in the reign of Edward VI., and
is richly endowed. The principal industries are the
mfrs. of cotton and wool. In addition to the weekly
market there are several cattle fairs.

Sedbury.—hamlet, Tidenham par., Gloucestershire,
1 mile E. of Chepstow; in vicinity is Sedbury Park,
seat.—2. Sedbury, hamlet, Gilling near Richmond
par., North-Riding Yorkshire, 3 miles NE. of Richmond.

Sedbusk, hamlet, Aysgarth par., North-Riding York-
shire, 1 mile NE. of Hawes.

Sedge See also Sedg .

Sedgeberrow, par. and vil., Worcestershire—par.,
1042 ac., pop. 300 ; vil., on river Isborne, 4 miles S. of
Evesham ; P.O.

Sedgebrook, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Lincolnshire,

4 miles NAY. of Grantham, 1642 ac., pop. 221; P.O.

Sedgefield, market town, par., and township with

ry. sta., Durham, 9 miles NW. of Stockton and 17 AY.
of Hartlepool—par., 17,857 ac., pop. 3505; township,
5259 ac., pop. 2601; P.O., T.o. Market-day,
The town stands on rising ground commanding ex-
tensive views. The church (restored 1852) is an Early
English building. The town has also a grammar
school, mechanics’ institute, and an old market cross.
Fairs for cattle are held in April and October. The
Durham County Lunatic Asylum is in the township.

Sedgeford, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Norfoik, 9 miles
SW. of Burnham Market, 4180 ac., pop. 779; P.O.; near
the vil. is Sedgeford Mall, seat.

Sedgehill, Northumberland. See Seghill.

Sedgeley Fark, seat, Lancashire, 2b miles SE. of

Sedgemoor, marshy tract, in the centre of Somerset,

5 miles SE. of Bridgwater; was the scene (1685) of a
battle between the troops of James II. and the followers
of Monmouth.

Sedg . See also Sedge .

Sedghlll, par. and vil., AYilts, 4 miles SW. of Hin-
don, 1175 ac., pop. 192; P.O.

Sedgley, town and par., Staffordshire—par. (wholly
within the parl. limits of AYolverhampton, and con-
taining the local government dist. of Coseley), 7743 ac.,
pop. 36,574; town (Upper Sedgley), 3 miles S. of Wol-
verhampton, pop. 14,784; P.O., T.O.; has extensive col-
lieries and ironworks.

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