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Strathsbridge, 4 miles from Carndonagh, co. London-
derry ; P.O.

Strathtay, school, Logierait par., Perthshire.

Strathtummcl, place with school, Blair Athole par.,
Perthshire, 9 miles NE. of Pitlochry ; P.O.

Strathvaich Deer Forest, Ross and Cromarty,
17,590 ac.; post-town, Garve.

Strathy, quoad sacra par. and vil., Farr par., on N.
coast of Sutherland—
quoad sacra par., pop. 790; vil.,
at mouth of Strathy Water, 18 miles W. of Thurso;
Strathy Point, a bold headland, is 3% miles N.
of vil.;
Strathy Water issues from Loch Strathy, and
flows 14 miles N. to Strathy Bay.

Strathyre, vil. with ry. sta., Balquhidder par., Perth-
shire, 8 miles NW. of Callander ; P.O.

Stratton.—market town and par., Cornwall—par.
(containing Bnde), 2837 ac. (220 water), pop. 1797; town,
1% mile E. of Bude and 16 NAY. of Launceston, pop. 902;
P.O., T.O., 2 Banks. Market-day, Tuesday. Stratton
occupies a sheltered position in a valley surrounded
by lofty hills, has fairs for horses, cattle, and sheep,
and is growing in favour as a place of summer
resort. The church is ancient, and there is an
endowed schooL The Parliamentary forces under the
Earl of Stamford were defeated here in 1643 by the
—2. Stratton, hundred, Cornwall, 54,151
ac., pop. 7415.—3.
Stratton, par. and vil., Dorset—
par., 1683 ac., pop. 299; vil., on river Frome, 3 miles
NW. of Dorchester
; P.O.—4. Stratton, par. and vil.,
Gloucestershire—par., 1642 ac., pop. 694 ; vil., 1% mile
NAY. of Cirencester;
P.O.—5. Stratton, ry. sta., Wilts,
2% m. NE. of Swindon. See
Stratton St Margaret.

Stratton, East, par. and vil., Hants—par., 1996 ac.,
pop. 340; vil., 8 miles NE. of Winchester; P.O.;
Stratton Park is the seat of the Earl of Northbrook.

Stratton, Long (or Stratton St Mary), par. and vil.,
Norfolk—par., 1517 ac., pop. 622; vil., 2 miles E. of
Forncett sta. and 10 miles SW. of Norwich ; P.O., T.O.;
near the vil. is
Stratton House, seat.

Stratton, Upper, hamlet, Stratton St Margaret par.,
Wilts, 2 miles NE. of Swindon Junction ; P.O.

Stratton, West, hamlet, Mitcheldever par., Hants,
6 miles N. of Winchester.

Stratton Audley, par. and vil., Oxfordshire, in NE.
of co.—par., 2089 ac., pop. 311; vil., 3 m. NE. of Bicester;
P.O.; in vicinity is
Stratton Audley Park, seat.

Stratton Hall Farm, par., Suffolk, 3 miles NE. of
Harwich, 505 ac., pop. 24.

Stratton House, seat, near Godstone sta., Surrey.

Stratton St Margaret, par. and vil. with ry. sta.
(Stratton), AYilts—par. (partly in town of Swindon),
2620 ac., pop. 3959; vil., 2% miles NE. of Swindon;
P.O., T.O.; 1 mile W. of vil. is the hamlet of

Stratton St Mary. See Stratton, Long.

Stratton St Michael, par., Norfolk, adjacent to Long
Stratton, 1050ac.,pop. 264;

StrattonStrawless,par., Norfolk, 8m. N. of Norwich,
1582 ac., pop. 186 ; contains
S. S. House, seat.

Stratton on the Fosse, par. and vil., Somerset—
par., 1148 ac., pop. 277; vil., 5 miles NE. of Shepton
Mallet; P.O.

Straw Island, one of the Aran Islands, Inishmore
par., SW. co. Galway, on NE. side of Inishmore island,
in Killeany Bay; has a lighthouse, with fixed light
(Straw Island) 30 ft. above high water and seen 6 miles.

Strawberry Beds, in co. and 4 miles W. of Dublin;
P.O.; strawberries are extensively grown here.

Strawberry Hill, ry. sta., and seat of Lord Carling
ford, Twickenham-par., Middlesex, on river Thames, %
mile SW. of Twickenham sta. and 2% miles NAY. of
Kingston upon Thames. Strawberry Hill was the
residence of Horace Walpole (1717-1797), Earl of Orford.

Streamstown.—seat, S. co. Sligo; post-town, Bally -
Streamstown, ry. sta., 11 miles SW. of
Mullingar, S. co. Westmeath; P.O.

Streamstown Bay, 2 miles NAY. of Clifden, W. co.

Streat, Sussex. See Street.

Streatham, par. andry. sta., Surrey, in pari. bor. of
Wandsworth, 2914 ac., pop. 21,611; the sta. is 3% miles
E. of Wimbledon sta.
and 7 miles SW. of Ludgate Hill
sta., London.

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

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