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Slattadale, place, on S. side of Loch Maree, Ross
and Cromarty.

Slattocks, 2 miles from Castleton, Lancashire ; P.O.

Slatwood House, seat, in N. of Isle of Wight, near
East Cowes; was the birthplace of Dr Thomas Arnold

Slaugham, par., Sussex, 3¼ miles NW. of Cuckfleld,
5482 ac., pop. 1593; Slaugham Place is a Tudor
mansion; the par. also contains Slaugham Hall and
Slaugham Park, seats.

Slaughdon Quay, on river Aide, Suffolk, near

Slaughter, hundred, Gloucestershire, adjacent to
Oxfordshire, 39,410 ac., pop. 8870; contains 21 pars,
and parts of 2 others.

Slaughter, Lower, par. and vil., Gloucestershire—•
par., 1140 ac., pop. 212; vil., 1 mile NAY. of Bourton
on the Water ; P.O.

Slaughter, Upper, par. and vil., Gloucestershire—
par., adjacent to Lower Slaughter, 1390 ac., pop. 252;
vil., 1¼ mile NW. of Bourton on the AVater.

Slaughterford, par., Wilts, 3½ m. NW. of Corsham,
2291 ac. (including Biddestone St Nicholas), pop. 160.

S la ugh (man us, 7 miles from Claudy, co. London-
derry ; P.O.

Slawston, par. and vil., Leicestershire—par., 1510
ac., pop. 184; vil., 6 miles NE. of Market Har-
borough ; P.O.

Slea, river, Lincolnshire; rises near Ancaster, and
flows 18 miles NE. past Sleaford, and partly as a canal,
to the Witham.

Sleaford (or New Sleaford), market town, par., and
township with ry. sta., Lincolnshire, on river Slea, 17
miles SE. of Lincoln and 121 N. of London by rail—
par., 3160 ac., pop. 4075; township, 1800 ac., pop.
3955; town (comprising the entire parishes of New
Sleaford, Old Sleaford, and Quarrington), pop. 4965;
P.O., T.O., 3 Banks, 1 newspaper. Market-day,
Sleaford has a fine church of 1271, a grammar
school of 1624, and a monumental cross of 1850. There
is a considerable trade in agricultural produce. In the
castle of the bishops of Lincoln at Sleaford King John
sickened after his losses at the AYash.

Sleaford, Old, par., Lincolnshire, in town of Slea-
ford, 1150 ac., pop. 526.

Sleaford (or North Kesteven) Division, pari. div. of
Lincolnshire, pop. 48,935.

Sleagill, township, Morland par., Westmorland, 4
miles NE. of Shap, 1390 ac., pop. 140.

Sleamore, cape, Sherkin island, S. co. Cork.

Sleat, par., in SE. of Skye island, Inverness-shire, on
Sound of Sleat, 39,959 ac., pop. 2060; contains the vil.
of Isleornsay.

Sleat, Sound of, between Skye and the mainland of
Inverness-shire; is 20 miles long and from ½ to 7
miles wide.

Sleaty, par., SE. Queen’s co., on river Barrow, 2
miles NW. of Carlow, 671 ac., pop. 112.

Slebech, par., Pembrokeshire, on river East Cleddau,
4586 ac. (230 water), pop. 363; contains
Slebech Hall,
seat, 5 miles E. of Haverfordwest.

Sleddale, hamlet, in par. and 3 miles SAY. of Shap,

Sleddale, Long, township, Kendal par., Westmor-
land, 7 miles N. of Kendal, 6735 ac., pop. 136.

Sledmere, vil. (ry. sta. Sledmere and Fimber), Sled-
mere with Croom par., East-Riding Yorkshire, 8 m. NAY.
of Driffield ; P.O.; in vicinity is Sledmere Park, seat.

Sledmere with Croom, par., East-Riding Yorkshire
(containing Sledmere vil.), 7041 ac., pop. 501.

Sleegil, hamlet, Catterick par., North-Riding York-
shire, 2 miles SE. of Richmond.

Sleekburn, hamlet, Bedlington par., Northumber-
land, 3 miles NW. of Blyth.

Sleightholme, hamlet, Bowes par., North-Riding
Yorkshire, 9 miles NW. of Reeth.

Sleights, vil. with ry. sta., in par. and 6 miles SW.
of Whitby, North-Riding Yorkshire ; P.O.

Sleights Moor, land common to the townships of
Eskdaleside and Ugglebarnby, AVhitby par., North-
Riding Yorkshire, 1591 ac.

Slemish Mountain, 4 miles SE. of Broughshane, mid.
co. Antrim, alt. 1437 ft.

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