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Sutton in Ashfield, manufacturing and market town,
par., and township with ry. sta. (Sutton, 1% mile E.),
Notts, 3 miles SAV. of Mansfield and 13 miles N. of
Nottingham—par., 6083 ac., pop. 10,551; town and
township, 4855 ac., pop. 8523; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank, 1
newspaper. Market-day,
Saturday. The church of
St Mary (1390) was restored in 1868. There are mfrs.
of hosiery. Sutton has a large provision market and
important stock fairs.

Sutton in Craven, Yorkshire. See Sutton.

Sutton in the Elms, hamlet, Broughton Astley par.,
Leicestershire, 6 miles NW. of Lutterworth.

Sutton in the Marsh, par., Lincolnshire, 6 miles
NE. of Alford, 2096 ac., pop. 360; P.O., called Sutton.

Sutton on Hull, ry. sta., East-Riding Yorkshire, 4%
miles NE. of Paragon Station, Hull. See Sutton and

Sutton on Plym, eccl. dist., Plymouth Charles par.,
Devon, wholly within the bor. of Plymouth, pop. 6840.

Sutton on the Forest, par., township, and vil.,
North-Riding Yorkshire—par., 10,655 ac., pop. 1070;
township, 5997 ac., pop. 576; vil., 8 miles N. of York;
P.O.; near the vil. is Sutton Hall, seat.

Sutton on the Hill, par. and township, in co. and 8
miles W. of Derby—par., 3328 ac., pop. 515; town-
ship, 893 ac., pop. 105; P.O.

Sutton under Braiies, par., Warwickshire, 3 miles
SE. of Shipston on Stour, 1135 ac., pop. 183.

Sutton under Whitstone Cliffe, township and vil.,
Feliskirk par., North-Riding Yorkshire—township, 1908
ac., pop. 220 ; vil., 4 miles NE. of Thirsk; P.O.

Sutton upon Derwent, par. and vil., East-Riding
Yorkshire—par., 3681 ac., pop. 342; vil., 8 miles SE. of
York; P.O.

Sutton upon Trent, par. and vil., Notts—par., 2930
ac., pop. 966 ; vil., 8 miles N. of Newark; P.O.

Suttons, seat, 4 miles SAV. of Epping, Essex.

Swahy, par. and vil., Lincolnshire—par., 1160 ac.,
pop. 414; vil., 4 miles NW. of Alford; P.O.

Swadlincote, town and township with ry. sta.,
Church Gresley par., Derbyshire, 4 miles SE. of Bur-
ton on Trent—township, 550ac., pop. 2214 ; town (com-
prising Swadlincote township and part of Church Gres-
ley township), 684 ac., pop. 2982; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank.
Swadlingcote is a local government dist., and is a place
of recent and rapid growth. It possesses a town hall
and a handsome church, and has collieries and potteries.

Swaffham, market town and par. with ry. sta., Nor-
folk, 15 miles SE. of Kings Lynn, 7550 ac., pop. 3643 ;
P.O., t.o., 1 Bank. Market-day,
Saturday. The prin-
cipal architectural feature of Swaffham is the parish
church, which is the finest church in the neighbourhood.
The town is well built, and has a spacious market place,
a corn hall, a market cross, an assembly room, and an
endowed grammar school. Swaffham is noted for its
butter market. Ironfounding and coachmaking are
carried on. Fairs for lambs are held in May and July.

Swaffham IS u I beck (or Little Swaffham), par. and
vil., Cambridgeshire, in SE. of co.—par., 3000 ac., pop.
744; vil., 1% mile SAV. of Swaffham Prior; P.O.

Swaffham Prior (or Great Swaffham), par. and
vil. withry. sta., Cambridgeshire, in SE. of co.—par.,
5279 ac., pop. 1078; vil., 8 miles NE. of Cambridge;
P.O. ; in vicinity is Swaffham House.

Swafield, par., Norfolk, 2 miles N. of North AVal-
sham, 826 ac., pop. 178; contains Swafield Hall, seat.

Swainhost, vil. group (Cross to Port of Ness), Barvas
par., Lewis island, Ross-shire, 2% miles S. of Butt of
Lewis, pop. 1495.

Swainby, vil., AVhorlton par., North-Riding York-
shire, 6 miles SAV. of Stokesley; P.O.

Swainby with Allerthorpe, township, Pickhill and
Burneston pars., North-Riding Yorkshire, 5 miles SE.
of Bedale, 881 ac., pop. 46.

Swaiushill, in co. and 3 miles from Hereford; P.O.

Swainsthorpe, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Norfolk—
par., 821 ac., pop. 291; vil., 4 m. SAV. of.Norwich; P.O.

Swainston House, seat, Isle of AVight, 4 miles SAV.
of Newport; the manor was attached to the see of
AVinchester from 826 to the reign of Edward I.

Swainswick, par. and vil., Somerset—par., 845 ac.,
pop. 633; vil., 3 miles NE. of Bath; P.O.

Swakeleys, seat, 1% mile NE. of Uxbridge, Middlesex.

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