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Thorpe under Stone, hamlet, Catterick and Easby
pars., North-Riding Yorkshire, 3 miles AV. of Richmond.

Thorpe upon Ouse. See Bishop Thorpe.

Thorpland. See AAJallington cum Thorpland.

Thorpland nail, 4½ m. NE. of Fakenham, Norfolk.

Thorrington, par. and ry. sta. (Thorington), Essex,
7 m. SE. of Colchester, 1966 ac., pop. 366; P.O.

Thorrington Street, 3 miles E. of Nayland, Suf¬
folk; P.O.

Thor’s Cave, wide cavity, overlooking the river
Manyfold, Staffordshire, near Wetton.

Thorverton, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Devon, 7
miles N. of Exeter, 4036 ac., pop. 922; P.O., T.O.

Thonsla Rock, in Calf Sound, Isle of Man.

Thoydon, Essex. See Theydon.

Thrandeston, par., Suffolk, 2½ miles NAV. of Eye,
1440 ac., pop. 282 ; P.O.

Thrang Slate Quarry, near Langdale church, West¬
morland, 5 miles AV. of Ambleside.

Thrapston, market town and par. with ry. sta.,
Northamptonshire, on river Nen, 8£ miles SW. of
Oundle and 21 miles NE. of Northampton, 990 ac., pop.
1366; P.O., T.O., 2 Banks. Market-day,
Thrapston had a ruined hermitage in the time of Henry

VIII. It possesses a considerable trade by means of
the Nen.

Threapland. See Bothel and Threapland.

Threap wood, par., Cheshire, and detached part of
Flintshire, 3 miles SW. of Malpas, 248 ac., pop. 285.

Threave Castle, ruin, Balmaghie par., Kirkcud¬
brightshire, on an island in river Dee, 1½ mile W. of
Castle-Douglas; was built near the close of the 14th
century by Archibald, third Earl of Douglas.

Threckingham, par., Lincolnshire, 6 miles S. of
Sleaford, 2270 ac., pop. 143; P.O.

1'bred Iing, hundred, Suffolk, 9943 ac., pop. 2684;
contains 5 pars.

Three Ashes, 6 miles from Ross, Herefordshire ; P.O.

Three Barrow Down, hill, Kent, near AVootton;
has 3 large tumuli, and an encampment defended by a
deep fosse.

Three Barrows Tor, Dartmoor, Devon, 4 miles N. of
Ivybridge, alt. 1524 ft.

Three Bridges, ry. sta., in N. of Sussex, 8½ miles S.
of Red Hill Junction ; p.o.

Three Castles, seat, in co. and 5 miles NAV. of Kil¬
kenny; P.O.

Three Cocks Junction, ry. sta., Brecknockshire, 4½
miles SW. of Hay ; P.O.

Three Counties, ry. sta., border of Bedford, Cam¬
bridge, and Herts, between Biggleswade and Hitchin.

Three Fathom Bank, 3 m. W. of Maryport, Cumb.

Three Hole Bridge, vil., on border of Cambridge¬
shire and Norfolk, 6 miles NE. of March; P.O.

Three Mile Cross, 3 m. S. of Reading, Berks; P.O.

Three Mile House, in co. and 4 miles from Mona¬
ghan ; P.O.

Three Bock Mountain, in co. and 6 miles S. of
Dublin, alt. 1479 ft.

Three Shire Stones.—at meeting-point of Lanca¬
shire, Cumberland, and Westmorland, 7 miles W. of
Ambleside.—2. Three Shire Stones, at meeting-point
of Cheshire, Derbyshire, and Staffordshire, 2 miles N.
of Flash.

Three Sisters, cape, near Smerwick Harbour, W. co.

Three Tarns, lakelet, in dip below Bowfell, Cum¬

Threekingham, Lincolnshire. See Threckingham.

Threetrouts, rivulet, NE. co. AVicklow; rises in the
Clen of the Downs, and flows 4 miles to the Irish Sea.

Threlkeld, eccl. dist., township, and vil. with ry.
sta., Greystoke par., Cumberland, 3½ miles NE. of Kes¬
wick—dist., pop. 449; township, 5956 ac., pop. 419;
P.O. ;
Threlkeld Hall, once the residence of Sir Lance¬
lot Threlkeld, a powerful knight in the reign of Henry

VII., is now a farm-house.

Thremhall, place with vestiges of priory (13th cen¬
tury), Stansted-Mountfitchet par., Essex, 2| miles NE.
of Bishop Stortford.

Threshfield, township, Linton par., N. div. West
Riding Yorkshire, on river AVharfe, 8 miles N. of Skip
ton, 2646 ac., pop. 167; P.O.

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