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Upton Park.—in co. and 2 miles N. of Chester;
P.O. See Upton.—
2. Upton Park, sta. on London,
Tilbury, and Southend Ry., Essex, between Plaistow
and East Ham.

Upton Parva (or Waters Upton), par., Shropshire,
54 miles NW. of Wellington, 761 ac., pop. 195; P.O.,
called Waters Upton.

Upton Pyne, par., Devon, 3 miles N. of Exeter,
1852 ac., pop. 407 ; the Pynes is the seat of the Earl
of Iddesleigh.

Upton St Leonard, par. and vil., Gloucestershire
—par. (partly in bor. of Gloucester), 2975 ac., pop.
1430; vil., 3 miles SE. of Gloucester ; P.O.

Upton Scudamore, par., AVilts, lg mile NAA7. of
AA7arminster, 2503 ac., pop. 312.

Upton Snodsbury, par., in co. and 6 miles E. of
AYorcester, 1661 ac., pop. 369; P.O.

Upton Warren, par. and vil., Worcestershire, 3
miles NE. of Droitwich, 2358 ac., pop. 316.

Upton Waters, Shropshire. See Upton Parva.

Upton and Aston Uptkorpe, Berks. See Upton.

Upton and North Elmsall, sta. on the Hull and
Barnsley Ry., AVest-Riding Yorkshire, between Kirk
Smeaton and Cudworth. See Upton.

Upton and Signet, township, Burford par., Oxford-
shire, 1 mile W. of Burford, 2189 ac., pop. 248.

Upton emu Chalvey, par., Bucks, 1943 ac., pop.
7030; P.O., at Chalvey; contains the greater part of
town of Slough; in Upton church is the grave of Sir
E. AV. Herschel (1738-1822), the astronomer.

Upton on Severn, market town and par. with ry.
sta. (Upton), Worcestershire, on river Severn, 54 miles
NW. of Tewkesbury, 6 miles SE. of Malvern, and 119
miles NAA7. of London, 3170 ac., pop. 2485 ; P.O., T.O., 2
Banks. Market-day,
Thursday. Upton is a well-built
town with a considerable trade, the river being navig-
able here for vessels of 100 tons. Upton was occupied
by Cromwell’s troops before the battle of Worcester.

Upton with Fishlcy, par., Norfolk, 5 miles NE. of
Brundall and 10 E. of Norwich, 2169 ac., pop. 531.

Upway, par. and vil. with ry. sta. (Upwey), Dorset,
4 m. SW. of Dorchester, 1785 ac., pop. 729; P.O., T.O.

Upwell, par. and vil., Cambridgeshire and Norfolk,
on river Nen, 6 miles SE. of AVisbech, 16,454 ac., pop.
3438; P.O., T.O.; was once a market town; a small
priory stood at Mirmaud.

Upwey, ry. sta. and seat, Dorset, 4 miles SW. of
Dorchester. See Upway.

Upwood, par. and seat, Huntingdonshire, 2g miles
SW. of Ramsey, 1809 ac., pop. 339.

Urafirtli, school, Northmavine par., Shetland.

Urchany Deer Forest, Inverness-shire, 4340 ac.;
post-town, Beauly.

Urchfont (or Erchfont), par. and township, Wilts,
3 miles SE. of Devizes—par., 6873 ac., pop. 1197;
township, 6235 ac., pop. 1057; P.O.

Ure, river, North-Riding Yorkshire; rises on AA7.
border of co., 7 miles W. of Muker, and flows 50 miles
E. and SE. past Hawes, Askrigg, Middleham, Masham,
Ripon, and Boroughbridge to Myton, where it unites
with the Swale to form the Ouse.

Uregare, par., E. co. Limerick, on river Morning Star,
2 miles SE. of Bruff, 4844 ac., pop. 847.

Urelands, seat, 4 miles SW. of Shillelagh, SW. co.

Urgashay, hamlet, West Camel par., Somerset, 3
miles NE. of Ilchester.

Urglln, par., in co. and 3 miles NE. of Carlow, 3140
ac., pop. 539.

Urhan, school, Kilcatherine par., co. Cork.

Uriconlum. See Wroxeter.

Urigill, Loch, in SE. of Assynt par., Sutherland.

Urishay Castle, seat, Peterchurch par., Hereford-
shire, on river Dove, 9 miles NW. of Pontrilas sta.

Urllngford, market town and par., NW. co. Kil-
kenny, 2 miles SW. of Johnstown and 13 miles NE. of
Thurles ry. sta.—par., 3497 ac., pop. 1204; town, pop.
847 ; P.O. Market-day,

Urmston, township and ry. sta., Flixton par., SE.
Lancashire, on river Mersey, 993 ac., pop. 2242; P.O.,
T.O.; the sta. is 5 miles SW. of Central Station, Man-
chester; in vicinity is Urmston Grange, seat; John
Collins (“ Tim Bobbin,” 1708-86) was a native.

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