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par. and vil. with ry. sta., Surrey—par. (containing
Benhilton), 1836 ac., pop. 10,334; vil., 4½ miles SW. of
Croydon; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank, 2 newspapers.—28.
Sutton, par. and vil., Sussex—par., 2064 ac., pop.
310; vil., 3 miles S. of Petworth; P.O.—29. Sntton,
hamlet, in par. and 2 miles SE. of Tenbury, Worcester¬
shire.—30. Sutton, eccl. dist. and ry. sta. (Sutton on
Hull), Sutton and Stoneferry par., East-Riding York¬
shire, on NE. side of Hull, pop. 1857; P.O., T.o.; the
sta. is 4½ miles NE. of Paragon Station, Hull.—31.
Sutton. See Healy with Sutton. — 32. Sutton,
township, Burgh Wallis and Campsall pars., E. div.
West-Riding Yorkshire, 6 miles NW. of Doncaster, 763
ac., pop. 92.—33. Sntton, township, Brotherton par.,
E. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, 3 miles NE. of Ponte¬
fract, 632 ac., pop. 39.—
34. Sutton (or Sutton in
Craven), township and vil., Kildwick par., N. div.
West-Riding Yorkshire, 5 miles NW. of Keighley, 2348
ac., pop. 1642; has mfrs. of worsted and cotton.

Sutton, coast hamlet (ry. sta. Baldoyle and Sutton),
in co. and 7 miles NE. of Dublin.

Sutton, Bishop’s,—par., Hants, on river Arle, on
SE. side of Alresford, 3746 ac., pop. 463; P.O.—2.
Sutton, Bishop’s, eccl. dist. and vil., Chew Magna
par., Somerset—dist., pop. 644; vil., 3 miles SE. of
Chew Magna; P.O.

Sutton, Bast, par., Kent, 4 miles NE. of Staplehurst,
1596 ac., pop. 388; contains East Sutton Place, seat.

Sutton, Full, par., East-Riding Yorkshire, 5½ miles
NW. of Pocklington, 881 ac., pop. 127 ; P.O.

Sutton, Great, township and vil., Eastham par.,
Cheshire—township, 1155 ac., pop. 336; vil., adjacent
to Little Sutton.

Sutton, Little.—township and vil. (ry. sta. Sutton),
Eastham par., Cheshire—township, 1130 ac., pop. 866;
vil., 7½ miles W. of Erodsham and 7 miles NW. of
Chester; P.O., T.O., called Sutton.—2. Sutton, Little,
vil., Sutton by Dover par., Kent, 3½ miles SW. of

Sutton, Long.—par. and vil., Hants—par., 2290 ac.,
pop. 310; vil., 4 miles SAY. of AYinchfield; P.O.—2.
Sntton, Long, town and par. with ry. sta., Lincoln¬
shire—par. (containing town of Sutton Bridge), 21,636
ac. land and 3510 water, pop. 6952; town, 4£ miles SE.
of Holbeach and 14¾ NW. of King’s Lynn, pop. 2694 ;
P.O., T.O., 2 Banks; has breweries and corn mills, a
corn market, and fairs. See
Sutton Bridge. 3.
Sutton, Long, par. and vil., Somerset—par., 3955 ac.,
pop. 876; vil., 4 miles SE. of Langport; P.O.

Sutton Barn, Borden par., Kent, 2½ miles SW. of
Sittingbourne; Roman tiles and coins have been found.

Sutton Basset, par., Northamptonshire, 3 miles NE.
of Market Harborough, 720 ac., pop. 116.

Sutton Benger, par. and vil., AYilts—par., 1173 ac.,
pop. 356 ; vil., on river Avon, 4 miles NE. of Chippen¬
ham ; P.O., T.O.

Sutton Bingham, par. and ry. sta., Somerset, 3
miles SW. of Yeovil, 549 ac., pop. 52.

Sutton Bonnington, par. and vil., Notts—par.,
1910 ac., pop. 1005; vil., near river Soar, 4 miles NW.
of Loughborough; P.O.

Sutton Bourne. See Lutton Bourne.

Sntton Bridge, town and river port with ry. sta.,
Long Sutton par., Lincolnshire, on river Nen, 3¾ miles
SE. of Long Sutton and 7 miles N. of AVisbech by rail,
pop. 2207; P.O., T.o., 1 Bank. The town is situated 3
miles above the influx of the Nen with the Wash, and
is of modern growth, the land having been reclaimed
from the Wash since 1831. It has a good quay and
warehouses, and carries on an active trade in corn,
coal, timber, and other commodities.

Sutton Cheney, township and vil., in par. and 3 miles
S. of Market Bos worth, Leicestershire, pop. 300; P.O.

Sutton Coldfield, market town and par. with ry. sta.,
AVarwickshire, 7 miles NE. of Birmingham—par. (con¬
taining Boldmere), 1303 ac., pop. 7737; town, pop. 3301;
P.O., T.O., 1 Bank. Market-day,
Monday. Sutton Cold¬
field is a town of great antiquity, and was a borough by
prescription, incorporated by charter from Henry VIII.
The church, enlarged and ornamented in the reign of
Henry VII., is a handsome structure ; there are also a
town-hall, a market-house, and an endowed free school.
The mfr. of hardware goods forms the principal indus¬
try, and there is trade in agricultural produce. Sutton
Chase is a public park of 3500 ac.

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