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Stistcd, par. and vil., Essex—par., 2993 ac., pop.
745; vil., on river Blackwater, 3 miles NE. of Brain¬
tree ; P.O.; near the vil. is Stisted Hall, seat.

Stitehcomb, hamlet, Mildenhall par., Wilts, 3 miles
E. of Marlborough.

Stitchell, vil., Stitchell and Hume par., Roxburgh¬
shire, 3J miles NAV. of Kelso ; P.O.; Stitchell House,
seat, is 1 mile NW.

Stitchell and Hume, par., Roxburghshire and Ber¬
wickshire, on Eden AVater, 6898 ac., pop. 749.

Stithians, 3½ miles SE. of Redruth, Cornwall; P.O.
St Stithians.

Stittenham, township, Sheriff Hutton par., North-
Riding Yorkshire, 7 m. SAV. of Malton, 1599 ac., pop. 90.

Stivichall, par., Warwickshire, 860 ac., pop. 47;
Stivichall House, seat, is 1 mile S. of Coventry.

Stixwould, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Lincolnshire
—par., 2250 ac., pop. 227; vil., on river Witham, 5½
miles NW. of Tattershall; P.O.

Stoak, Cheshire. See Stoke.

Stoat, hamlet, Tidenham par., Gloucestershire, 4
miles NE. of Chepstow.

Stoh Garhh, mountain, on S. border of Killin par.,
Perthshire, alt. 3148 ft.

Stoh a Choin, mountain, on N. border of Callander
par., Perthshire, alt. 2839 ft.

Stoberry Park, seat, in N. vicinity of Wells, Somerset.

Stobhall, ancient mansion, Cargill par., Perthshire,
on river Tay, 8 miles N. of Perth.

Stobhlll, quoad sacra par., in pars, of Borthwick,
Cockpen, Newbattle, and Temple, Edinburghshire, pop.
3065 ; the chnrch is near Gorebridge.

Stobinian, mountain, Perthshire. See Ben A’an.

Stebo, par. and ry. sta., Peeblesshire, on river
Tweed—par., 10,302 ac., pop. 467; ry. sta., 6½ miles
SW. of Peebles; P.O.; near sta. is Stobo Castle, seat.

Stoborongli, liberty, Wareham Holy Trinity par.,
Dorset, in town of Wareham, pop. 101.

Stobs, ry. sta., in par. and 4 miles S. of Hawick,
Roxburghshire; P.O. ; Stobs Castle, seat, Cavers par.,
on Slitrig AVater, is 1 mile S. of the sta.

Stock.—par. and vil., Essex—par., 2724 ac., pop. 614 ;
vil., 5 miles S. of Chelmsford; P.O.—2. Stock, hamlet,
Churchill par., Somerset, 5 miles NE. of Axbridge.—

3. Stock, hamlet, Bracewell par., N. div. AVest-Riding
Yorkshire, 8 miles SAV. of Skipton.

Stock Cross, Berks; P.O. See Stockcross.

Stock Dennis, Somerset. See Sock Dennis.

Stock Gayland, par., in N. of Dorset, 4 miles W. of
Sturminster Newton, 849 ac., pop. 61.

Stock Gill, rivnlet, in W. of Westmorland; rises
near Kirkstone Pass, and flows 4½ miles SAV. through
Stockdale to Windermere; Stoek Gill Force, a pic¬
turesque waterfall of 70 ft., is a little above Ambleside.

Stock Harward (Essex), or Stock : which see.

Stock House, seat, 3 miles NE. of Tring, Herts.

Stock and Bradley, township, Fladbury par., Wor¬
cestershire, 6 miles SE. of Droitwich, 1142 ac., pop. 224.

Stockbridge, market town and par. with ry. sta.,
Hants, on river Test, 6½ miles S. of Andover and 18½
miles NAV. of Southampton, 1128 ac., pop. 873; P.O.,
T.O. Market-day,
Thursday. Stockbridge is an ancient
place, and sent 2 members to Parliament till 1832. In
addition to the weekly market there is an annual fair
for lambs. A racecourse and a training establishment
for racehorses are here. The town is a resort of anglers,
who obtain good trout fishing in the Test and neigh¬
bouring streams. An ancient camp and some tumuli
are in the vicinity of the town.

Stockbridge.—place with church, Cockburnspath
par., Berwickshire.—2. Stockbridge, dist., in N. of
Edinburgh city.

Stockbriggs, seat, in par. and 3 miles SW. of
Lesmahagow, Lanarkshire, on river Nethan.

Stockbury, par. and vil., Kent—par., 2951 ac., pop.
621; vil., 4½ miles SW. of Sittingbourne ; P.O.

Stockcross, eccl. dist. and vil., Speen par., Berks—
dist., pop. 775; vil., 2 miles NW. of Newbury; p.o.,
called Stock Cross.

Stockdale, picturesque dale, in W. of Westmorland,
lying N. of AVindermere ; is traversed by Stock Gill.

Stoekeld Park, seat, Spofforth par., AVest-Riding
Yorkshire, 2 miles NW. of Wetherby. See

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

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