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Thorganby with West Cottingwith, par., East-
Riding Yorkshire, on river Derwent, 9 miles SE. of
York, 2938 ac., pop. 398; P.O., at
West Cottingwith.

Thorington.—ry. sta., Essex, 7 miles SE. of Col-
chester. See
Thorrington.—2. Thorington, par.,
Suffolk, 3 miles SE. of Hales worth, 1800
ac., pop. 104;
Thorington Hall, seat.

Thorlby. See Stirton with Thorlby.

Thorley.—par., Herts, 2 miles SW. of Bishop Stort-
ford, 1536 ac., pop. 415; P.O.—2.
Thorley, par. and
vil., Isle of Wight, 1 mile SE. of Yarmouth, 1581 ac.,
pop. 189.

Thorley Hall, seat, near Cornwood, Devon.

Thormanby, par., North-Riding Yorkshire, 4 miles
NW. of Easingwold, 1002 ac., pop. 135 ; P.O.

Thorn, SE. suburb of Johnstone, Renfrewshire.

Tbornaby, eccl. dist. and township (ry. sta. South
Stockton), Stainton par., North-Riding Yorkshire, on
river Tees, in pari. bor. of Stockton, 1695 ac., pop.
10,795; P.O., T.O., at
South Stockton ; the township is
called Thornaby with South Stockton.

Thornage, par., Norfolk, 2 miles SW. of Holt and
8 miles E. of AA7alsingham, 1266 ac., pop. 327 ; P.O.

Tiiornborough, par. and vil., in co. and 3 miles E.
of Buckingham, 2392 ac., pop. 577; P.O.; Roman
relics of bronze and gold were found in a barrow
opened 1839.

Thornbrough.—township, Corbridge par., Northum-
berland, 6 miles E. of Hexham, 782 ac., pop. 75.—2.
Tbornbrougli,township, South Kilvingtonpar.,North-
Riding Yorkshire, 2 miles NE. of Thirsk, 561 ac., pop.
Thornbrough, vil., AVest Tanfield par., North-
Riding Yorkshire, 4 miles SE. of Masham.

Tliornbury.—market town, par., and township with
ry. sta., Gloucestershire, 7% miles NAV. of Yate by rail
and 12 N. of Bristol—par., 11,570 ac. land, 480 tidal
water and 2520 foreshore, pop. 4164 ; township, 10,674
ac., pop. 3917; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank. Market-day,
Thornbury was a prescriptive incorporation, but
without municipal functions or property.
bury Castle,
a palatial edifice, was begun in 1511 by
Edward Stafford, Duke of Buckingham, and was never
completed. Thornbury Castle is also the name of a
modern seat.—
2. Thornbury, hundred, Gloucester-
shire, 22,665 ac., pop. 7239; contains 7 pars, and part
of another.—
3. Thornbury, par. and vil., Devon, 5
miles NE. of Holsworthy, 2772 ac., pop. 311. — 4.
Thornbnry, vil., Calverley par., West-Riding York-
shire, 4 miles NE. of Bradford.

Thornbury (or Southern) Division, pari. div. of
Gloucestershire, pop. 59,456.

Tliornbury (with Nether Wood), par. and vil.,
Herefordshire, 4 m. NAA7. of Bromyard, 2130 ac., pop.
234; near the vil. are the remains of a Roman camp.

Thornby, par., Northamptonshire, 5 miles NAV. of
Brixworth and 11 miles NW. of Northampton, 1212
ac., pop. 214.

Thorncliffe, ry. sta. (Chapeltown and Thorncliffe),
S. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, 8 miles N. of Sheffield.

Thornconib, hamlet, Langton Long Blandford par.,
Dorset, near Blandford.

Thornconibe, par. and vil., Dorset, 5% miles NE. of
Axminster, 4896 ac., pop. 1095; P.O.

Thorncote, hamlet, Northill par., Bedfordshire, 3
miles NAV. of Biggleswade.

Thornden, hamlet, Herne par., Kent, 4 miles NE.
of Canterbury.

Thorndon (All Saints), par. and vil., Suffolk, 3
miles S. of Eye, 2692 ac., pop. 639 ; P.O.

Thorndon Hall, seat of Lord Petre, West Horndon
par., Essex, 2 miles SE. of Brentwood.

Thorne, market town and par. with ry. sta., S. div.
West-Riding Yorkshire, on river Don, 9 miles NE. of
Doncaster, 12,408 ac., pop. 3484; P.O., T.O., 2 Banks,
1 newspaper. Market-day,
Wednesday. Thorne is a
small but flourishing town, and carries on
a considerable
trade. It has barge-building, roperies, timber-yards,
and wharves.

Thorne Coffin, par., Somerset, 2% miles NAA”. of
Yeovil, 410 ac., pop. 110.

Thorne Falcon, par. and ry. sta., Somerset, 3 miles
E. of Taunton, 814 ac., pop. 179.

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

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