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20,479; has 2 divs. and contains 15 pars.—2. Tand-
ridge, par. and vil., Surrey, 8 miles E. of Reigate, 3928
ac., pop. 605; P.O.; Tandridge Court is the seat of the
Earl of Cottenham; a priory was founded here in time
of Richard I.

Tanera, the largest of the Summer Isles, Lochbroom
par., Ross and Cromarty, pop. 119.

Taney, par., in co. and 4 miles S. of Dublin, on river
Dodder, 4569 ac., pop. 4491; contains Dundrum.

Tanfield, township, Chester le Street par., and
eccl. dist., partly also in Lanchester par., Durham, 7
miles SW. of Gateshead—dist., pop. 2970; township,
6887 ac., pop. 10,282; P.O.; has coal and iron mines.

Tanfield, East, township (ry. sta. Tanfield), Kirk-
lington par., North-Riding Yorkshire, 5 miles NW. of
Ripon, 1295 ac., pop. 41.

Tanfield, West, par. and vil. (ry. sta. Tanfield),
North-Riding Yorkshire, on river Ure, 6¼ miles NW. of
Ripon, 3286 ac., pop. 547; P.O.; Tanfield Church is
the burial-place of the Marmions and Fitzhughs.

Tangiers, 2 miles from Haverfordwest, Pembroke-
shire; P.O.

Tangiey, par., Hants, 4 miles NW. of Andover, 1570
ac., pop. 219.

Tangiey, Great and Little, 2 hamlets, AVonersh
par., Surrey, 2 miles SE. of Guildford.

Tangmere, par., Sussex, 3 miles NE. of Chichester,
775 ac., pop. 185.

Tangwick, school, Northmavine par., Shetland.

Tanhill, hamlet, Bowes par., North-Riding York-
shire, near Muker.

Taniokey, agricultural school, co. Armagh; post-
town, Poyntzpass.

Tankardstown.—par., S. co. Limerick, near river
Maigue, 2 miles NW. of Kilmallock, 1710 ac., pop.
289.—2. Tankardstown, par., Queen’s co. and co.
Kildare, on river Barrow, 3 miles SE. of Athy, 8365 ac.,
pop. 1172.

Tankerness, seat and school, St Andrews par.,
Orkney, 6 miles SE. of Kirkwall.

Tankersley, par. and township, S. div. AYest-Riding
Yorkshire, 4¼ miles S. of Barnsley—par., 8079 ac., pop.
3259; township, 2463 ac., pop. 2128; has ironworks
and collieries.

Tankerton Tower, seat, near Whitstable, Kent.

Tanna, Loch, Arran island, Buteshire, 3¼ miles NE.
of Whitefarland.

Tannach, vil., in par. and 4 miles SW. of Wick,

Tannachy, seat, Rathven par., Banffshire, 1 mile
SAY. of Port Gordon.

Tannadice, par. and vil., Forfarshire—par., 21,328
ac., pop. 1254; vil., on river South Esk, 7 miles N. of
Forfar; P.O.; Tannadice House, seat, is 1 mile SE.

Tanner, Water of, Aberdeenshire; rises at a point
6 miles S. of Ballater, and flows 12 miles NE. through
Glen Tanner to river Dee, a little above Aboyne.

Tannington, par., Suffolk, 4 miles NW. of Fram-
lingham, 1602 ac., pop. 206.

Tannochside, vil., in par. and 2 miles N. of Both-
well, Lanarkshire, pop. 1102.

Tanrego, seat, 6 m. W. of Ballysadare, N. co. Sligo.

Tanshelf, township and ry. sta., Pontefract par.,
E. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, in bor. of Pontefract,
297 ac., pop. 2311; P.O.

Tansley, township, Cricb par., and eccl. dist., partly
also in Matlock par., Derbyshire, 1¼ mile E. of Matlock
—dist., pop. 930; township, 1137 ac., pop. 678; P.O.

Tansor, par., Northamptonshire, on river Nen, 2
miles NE. of Oundle, 2050 ac., pop. 252.

Tanston, hamlet, Aldbrough par., East-Riding
Yorkshire, 6¼ miles NE. of Hedon.

Tantalion Castle, ruin, on coast of Haddingtonshire,
in par. and 3 miles E. of North Berwick ; stands on a
lofty precipice facing the Bass Rock, was the property
of the Earl of Angus, and was dismantled by the
Covenanters in 1639.

Tantobie, 1¼ mileE. of Dipton, Durham ; P.O.

Tanton, hamlet, Stokesley par., North-Riding York-
shire, near Stokesley.

Tanworth, par. and vil., Warwickshire, 4 m. NW.
of Henley in Arden, 9400 ac., pop. 1933; P.O.; a large
reservoir of the Birmingham and Stratford Canal is here.

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

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