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Sedgwick, township and vil., Heversham par., AYest-
morland, 3g miles S. of Kendal, 495 ac., pop. 247;
P.O., T.o. ; near the vil. is Sedgwick Mouse, seat.

Sedlescoinbe, par. and vil., Sussex—par., 2065 ac.,
pop. 648 ; vil., 3 miles NE. of Battle ; P.O.

Sedrup, hamlet, Hartwell and Stone pars., Bucks, 2
miles SW. of Aylesbury.

Sedsall, hamlet, Doveridge par., Derbyshire, 3 miles
NE. of Uttoxeter.

Seed ley. ry. sta., in W. vicinity of Manchester.

Secfin, highest summit of the Castle Oliver Hills, S.
co. Limerick, 6 miles S. of Kilmallock, alt. 1736 ft.

Seeflngan, mountain, 6 miles NE. of Blessington, N.
co. AYicklow, alt. 2364 ft.

Seein, vil., Urney par., NAY. co. Tyrone, near Stra-
bane, pop. 1077.

See ad. township and vil. with ry. sta., Melksham
par., Wilts, 4 miles N. of Devizes, pop. 919; P.O.;
near the vil. is Seend House, seat.

Seer Green, township, Farnham Royal par., Bucks,
2 miles NE. of Beaconsfield, 889 ac., pop. 330.

Seething, par. and vil., Norfolk—par., 1630 ac., pop.
392; vil., 5 miles N. of Bungay ; P.O.

Sefton (or Sephton), par. and township with ry. sta.,
SW. Lancashire—par. (containing Great Crosby), 12,688
ac., pop. 19,707; township, 1234 ac., pop. 382 ; the sta.
is 6 miles N. of Liverpool. The Liverpool racecourse is
here. The par. gives title to the Earl of Sefton.

Seggieden, seat, Kinfauns par., Perthshire, on river
Tay, 4 miles SE. of Perth.

Seghill, small town and township with ry. sta.,
Earsdon par., and eccl. dist., partly also in Cramlington
par., Northumberland—dist., pop. 5391; town and
township, 8g miles NE. of Newcastle upon Tyne, 1425
ac., pop. 2131; P.O. ; is a local government dist.

Seigliford, par., in co. and 2 miles NAY. of Stafford,
4741 ac., pop. 756; contains Seighford Hall, seat.

Seigneurie, The, manor house, Sark, Channel
Islands; stands amid fine grounds.

Seil, island, Kilbrandon and Kilchattan par., Inner
Hebrides, Argyllshire, 4 miles SE. of Mull, pop. 661;
is separated by a narrow strait from the mainland;
if by 2f miles in extreme length and
breadth, and rises to an alt. of upwards of 800 ft.

Seiont, river, Carnarvonshire; rises on NE. side of
Snowdon, and flows 13 miles NAA7. to Menai Strait at

Seirkieran, par., W. King’s co., on river Little
Brosna, 4 miles SE. of Parsonstown, 5825 ac., pop.
647 ; the ancient see of Seirkieran was founded by St
Keiran, and joined (11th century) to Aghaboe, and
afterwards (12th century) to Kilkenny.

Seisdon.—hundred, Staffordshire, 72,141 ac., pop.
145,484; contains 16 pars, and 6 parts.—2. Seisdon,
hamlet, Trysull par., Staffordshire, 6g miles SW. of
Wolverhampton ; in vicinity is Seisdon Hall, seat.

Selaby Park, seat, Durham, on river Tees, 7 miles
E. of Barnard Castle.

Selattyn, par. and vil., Shropshire—par., 5604 ac.,
pop. 1134 ; vil., 3 miles NW. of Oswestry; P.O.

Selbonrne.—hundred, Hants, 15,813 ac., pop. 2569;
contains 6 pars.—2. Seibourne, par. and vil., Hants—
par., 7916 ac., pop. 1215; vil., 4 miles SE. of Alton;
P.O. ; Gilbert White (1720-1793), naturalist and anti-
quary, was a native.

Selbrittenden, hundred, Kent, in lower div. of
Scray lathe, 7915 ac., pop. 1486 ; contains 2 pars.

Selby, market town and par., E. div. West-Riding
Yorkshire, on river Ouse, 14 miles S. of York by rail,
3643 ac., pop. 6046; P.O., T.o., 2 Banks, 1 newspaper.
Monday. Selby has considerable trade,
being connected by railway with York and Doncaster,
Leeds and Hull, and by canal with the Aire and Calder
navigation, and the Ouse being navigable for vessels of
200 tons. It has slips for building river craft; foundries,
ropeworks, malt-kilns, tanyards; and mfrs. of flax,
shoe-thread, oil, mustard, &c. The parish church
formed part of a Benedictine abbey founded by William
the Conqueror in 1069.

Sclbys Forest, township, Kirk Newton par., North-
umberland, 8 miles SW. of AYooler, 11,498 ac., pop. 40.

Sele, stream, S. co. Cavan ; flows into Lough Ramor
at Virginia.

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

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