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Towncnd House, seat, Symington par., Ayrshire, 4
miles E. of Troon.

Townlicad.—quoad sacra par., Glasgow City par.,
Lanarkshire, in E. of Glasgow, pop. 12,529.—2. Town-
head, place with public school, Kirkoswald par., Ayr-
shire.—3. Townkcad, vil., Penpont par., Dumfries-
shire.— 4. Townlicad, Crossmichael par., Kirkcud-
brightshire, 2 miles N'W’. of Castle-Douglas; P.O.—5.
Townlicad, school, Stonehouse par., Lanarkshire.—6.
Townlicad, school, Auchterarder par., Perthshire.

Townliill, colliery vil., in par. and 1% mile NE. of
Dunfermline, Fife, pop. 1862; P.O., T.O.

Townley Hall, seat, 4 miles NW. of Drogheda, S.
co. Louth, on river Boyne ; P.O.

Townshcnd, 4 miles fromHayle, Cornwall; P.O.

Townstall, par., Devon, in bor. and on W. side of
Dartmouth, 1758 ac., pop. 2425.

Towtliorpe.—township, Wharram Percy par., East-
Riding Yorkshire, 9 miles NW. of Driffield, 1711 ac.,
pop. 72.-2. Towtliorpe, township, Huntington and
Strensall pars., North-Riding Yorkshire, 5 miles N. of
York, 1071 ac., pop. 49.

Towton, township, Saxton par., E. div. West-Riding
Yorkshire, 2% miles S. of Tadcaster, 885 ac., pop. 93;
Towton Hall is the property of the Hawkes; the battle
of Towton, between the Lancastrians and the Yorkists,
was fought March 1461.

Towy, river, South Wales; rises under Tregaron hill,
in NE. of Cardiganshire, and flows 65 miles SW. past
Llandovery, Llandilo, and Carmarthen, to the head of
Carmarthen Bay, at the influx of the Taf.

Towyn.—watering-place, market town, and par. with
ry. sta., Merioneth, on the coast, near the mouth of
the river Dysynni, 3 miles NW. of Aberdovey and 10
miles S. of Barmouth, 26,372 ac. (2230 water), pop.
3365; P.O., T.o., 1 Bank. Market-day,
Friday. The
beach consists of remarkably hard smooth sand, ex-
tending about 5 miles, favourable for bathing, walking,
or riding, and attracts great numbers of visitors. In
the church is a very remarkable inscribed pillar-stone,
called St Cadfan’s stone. Towyn is a centre for anglers.
—2. Towyn, eccl. dist., Abergele par., Denbighshire,
pop. 431.

Toxside, seat, Temple par., Edinburghshire, 7 miles
SAY. of Gorebridge sta.; P.O.

Toxteth Divisions, East and West, pari, divisions
of bor. of Liverpool, pop.—East Toxteth, 52,180; and
West Toxteth, 64,848.

Toxtetli Park, town and par., SAY. Lancashire—
par. (wholly within the pari, limits of Liverpool), 3598
ac. (1284 water), pop. 117,028; town, on S. side of
Liverpool, 1500 ac., pop. 10,368.

Toy, 2 miles from Killyleigh, co. Down ; P.O.

Toyd Farm wltk Allenford, par., AYilts, 8% miles
SAY. of Salisbury, 647 ac., pop. 22.

Toynton, High, par., Lincolnshire, 2 miles E. of
Horncastle, 1054 ac., pop. 133.

Toynton, Low, par., Lincolnshire, adjacent to High
Toynton, 778 ac., pop. 53.

Toynton All Saints, par. and vil., Lincolnshire, 1%
mile S. of Spilsby, 2768 ae., pop. 338 ; P.O.

Toynton St Peter, par., Lincolnshire, 1 mile SE. of
Toynton All Saints, 2289 ac., pop. 333.

Trabolgan, par., SE. co. Cork, at E. entrance to
Cork Harbour, 6 miles SAY. of Cloyne, 830 ac., pop.
230 ; contains Trabolgan Honse, seat of Lord Fermoy.

Tracey House, seat, near Honiton, Devon.

Tracton, par., S. co. Cork, between Ringabella Bay
and Robert’s Head, 7 miles NE. of Kinsale, 5861 ac.,
pop. 1163; contains Tracton Abbey, seat.

Tracy Park, seat, Gloucestershire, 5 m. NW. of Bath.

Tradeston Hivision, pari. div. of burgh of Glasgow,
pop. 64,555.

Traetb Back, estuarial sand, at mouth of river
Dwyryd, Merioneth, 4 miles SE. of Tremadoc.

Traetb Mawr, estuarial bay, at mouth of river
Madoc, on border of Carnarvon and Merioneth, near
Tremadoc ; formerly included a large extent of marsh,
which was reclaimed in 1798-1810.

Traetbnelgan, hamlet, Talley par., Carmarthen-
shire, 8% miles N. of Llandilo.

Trafalgar House, seat of Earl Nelson, 5 miles SE. of
Salisbury, Wilts.

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