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Snargate, par., Kent, 6 miles NW. of New Romney,
1600 ac. (25 water), pop. 149.

Snave, par., Kent, 5 miles NW. of New Romney,
1494 ac., pop. 113.

Snave, rivulet, co. Cork ; flows into Glengariff_ Bay.

Snead, par., on E. border of Montgomeryshire, 2
miles NAY. of Bishops Castle, 644 ac., pop. 43.

Sneadham Green, hamlet, Upton St Leonard par.,
in co. and 3 miles SE. of Gloucester.

Sneakenhall, hamlet, Barnes par., Surrey, on river
Thames, 2 miles NW. of Putney.

Sncaton, par. and vil., North-Riding Yorkshire—
par., 4851 ac., pop. 232; vil., 2½ miles S. of Whitby;
P.O.; in vicinity is Sneaton Castle, seat.

Sneeni, fishing vil., Kilcrohane par., S. co. Kerry, on
Sneem rivulet, 15 miles SAY. of Kenmare and 26 miles
SW. of Killarney ry. sta., pop. 427 ; P.O., T.O. Sneem
Harbour is an inlet of Kenmare River, and extends 2
miles S. from the mouth of the rivulet.

Sneinton. See Snenton.

Snelland, par. and vil. with ry. sta., in co. and 9¼
miles NE. of Lincoln, 1261 ac., pop. 133.

Sneishall, AVhaddon par., Bucks, 5 miles NE. of
Winslow; a Benedictine priory was founded here in the
reign of Henry III.

Snelsmore, hamlet, Chieveley par., Berks, 3½ miles
N. of Newbury.

Snelson, township, Rostherne par., Cheshire, 5¼
miles SE. of Knutsford, 428 ac., pop. 180.

Snelston, par. and vil., Derbyshire—par., 2197 ac.,
pop. 319; vil., on river Dove, 3 miles SAY. of Ash-
borne ; P.O.; in vicinity is Snelston Park, seat.

Snenton (or Sneinton), par., Notts, in E. of bor.
of Nottingham, 720 ac., pop. 15,473; P.O.,

Snefterton, par., Norfolk, 4 miles SW. of Attle-
borough, 2189 ac., pop. 203.

Snettisham, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Norfolk—
par., 5580 ac. land and 9660 water, pop. 1238 ; vil., 10¼
miles N. of Kings Lynn; P.O., T.O.; in vicinity is
Snettisham Hall, seat.

Sneyd, eccl. dist., Burslem par., Stafford, pop. 3382.

Snibslon, seat, Packington par., Leicestershire, 4
miles SE. of Ashby de la Zouch.

Sniggs End, hamlet, inco. and 7 m. NW. of Gloucester.

Snilesworth, township, Hawnby par., North-Riding
Yorkshire, 6½ miles NW. of Helmsley, 5152 ac., pop. 104.

Snipehouse, hamlet, in par. and 3 miles SW. of
Alnwick, Northumberland.

Snitter, township, in par. and 2 miles NW. of Roth-
bury, Northumberland, 1084 ac., pop. 139.

Snitterby, par. and vil., Lincolnshire—par., 1640
ac., pop. 274 ; vil., 4½ miles SE. of Kirton in Lindsey;
P.O.; in vicinity is Snitterby House, seat.

Snitterfield, par. and vil., Warwickshire—par.,
3725 ac., pop. 817 ; vil., on river Avon, 3¼ miles NE. of
Stratford on Avon ; P.O.; near the vil. is S. House, seat.

Snitterton. See Wensley and Snitterton.

Snittlegarth. See Bewaldeth and Snittlegarth.

Snizort, par. and hamlet, in N. of Skye island, Inver-
ness-shire, on Loch Snizort—par., 53,280 ac.,pop. 2120;
hamlet, 7 miles NW. of Portree; P.O.

Snizort, Loch, sea-loch, in NAY. of Skye island,
Inverness-shire; enters from the Little Minch, separates
the districts of Trotternish and Vaternish, and is 14
miles long and from 1 to 9 miles wide.

Snodhill, hamlet, on W. border of Herefordshire, 6
miles E. of Hay.

Snodland, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Kent—par.
(Snodland andPaddleswortb), 1880 ac., pop. 2826; vil.,
on river Medway, 6 miles SAY. of Rochester by rail;
P. O., T. O. The Snodland Mills, paperworks, give employ-
ment to many of the inhabitants ; lime is also worked.
The church is an ancient and interesting structure.

Snoreham, hamlet, 4 miles SE. of Maldon, Essex.

Snoring, Great, par. and vil., Norfolk—par., 1645
ac., pop. 467 ; vil., 3¼ miles NE. of Fakenham; P.O.

Snoring, Little, par. and vil., Norfolk, adjacent to
Great Snoring, 1524 ac., pop. 276.

Snorscomb, hamlet, Everdon par., Northampton-
shire, 4 miles SE. of Daventry.

Snow Hill, ry. sta., between Ludgate Hill and Far-
ringdon Street Stations, London.

Snowden. See Askwith cum Snowden.

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