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Wall under Haywood, hamlet, Rushbury par.,
Shropshire, 4% miles SE. of Church Stretton; P.O.

Walla, Tlie, stream (affluent of the Tavy), Devon.

Wallabarrow Crag, lofty rock, on left side of river
Duddon, N. Lancashire, near Broughton in Furness.

Wallace Hall Academy, endowed school, Close-
burn par., Dumfriesshire, 2% miles SE. of Thornhill.

Wallacestone and Standrig, conjoint vil., Pol-
mont and Muiravonside pars., Stirlingshire, 1% mile
SW. of Polmont Junction, pop. 334.

Wallacetown, quoad sacra par., St Quivox par.,
Ayrshire, on right bank of river Ayr, on E. side and in
pari, and police burgh of Ayr, pop. 5923.

Wallasey, par., township, and vil., Cheshire, in NW.
of co., in Wirral Peninsula — par. (containing New
Brighton, Egremont, Seacombe, &c.), 3408 ac. and 1625
tidal water and foreshore, pop. 21,192; township, 1596
ac., pop. 1940 ; vil., 3% miles NW. of Birkenhead;
P.O.; the township contains many fine residences. The
Wallasey Embankment was constructed by the Liver-
pool Dock Trustees, to prevent the encroachment of the
sea on the Wirral Peninsula. Submerged remains of an
ancient forest exist. Wallasey Grange, seat, is near
the vil. The entire parish is a local government district.

Wallbottle, township and vil., Newburn par.,
Northumberland—par., 1277 ac., pop. 923; vil., 5 miles
AV. of Newcastle on Tyne; P.O.

Wallditck, Dorset. See AValditch.

Walldridge, Northumberland. See AVallridge.

Wallerscoat, township, AVeaverham par., Cheshire,

2 miles W. of Northwich, 128 ac., pop. 11.

Wallerthwaite, hamlet, Ripon par., North-Riding

Yorkshire, 3 miles N. of Ripley.

Wallet, fairway off E. coast of Essex, inside Gun-
fleet Sand, 5 miles S. of the Naze.

Wallhouse, seat, Torphichen par., Linlithgowshire,

3 miles NW. of Bathgate.

Wallingfen, township and vil., Eastrington par., East-
Riding Yorkshire, 2409 ac., pop. 862. See South Cave.

Wallingford, mun. bor. and market town, Berks, on
river Thames, 14% miles NAY. of Reading and 51 from
London by rail, 380 ac., pop. 2803; P.O., T.O.; 2 Banks,
2 newspapers. Market-day,
Friday. AVallingford was
a stronghold of the ancient Britons, the Romans, and
the Saxons; its castle, reconstructed by AVilliam the
Conqueror, was dismantled in 1646. Ithas 3 oldchurches,
a grammar school, market place, corn exchange, free
library, &c., and a bridge, 900 ft. long, across the
Thames. Wallingford was created a borough by
Edward the Confessor ; it sent 2 members to Parlia-
ment from the 23d year of Edward I. until 1832 (when
its parliamentary limits were extended into Oxford-
shire), and 1 member from 1832 until 1885.

Wallingford Castle Precincts, par., Berks, partly
in bor. of AVallingford, 31 ac., pop. 23 ; a strong castle
was here constructed by AVilliam the Conqueror; it
figured in the history of successive monarchs down to
Charles I. in 1646, when it was taken and dismantled
by Fairfax; only a small fragment of wall remains.

Wallington.—seat, Berks, in SW. of co., 3 miles
SE. of Hungerford.—2. Wallington, hamlet, in par.
and % mile N. of Fareham, Hants.—3. Wallington,
par., Herts, in NE. of co., 3 miles E. of Baldock, 2043
ac., pop. 191.—4. Wallington, hundred, Surrey, 38,328
ac., pop. 115,520; is in two divisions—First and Second
—and contains 12 pars.—5. Wallington, township and
vil. with ry. sta., Beddington par., Surrey—township,
823 ac., pop. 3007; vil., 2% miles SAV. of AVest Croydon
sta.; P.O., 1 newspaper ; the township contains Upper
Wallington, vil., % mile from AVallington sta.; P.O.;
is the site of a Roman station, and has yielded many
Roman relics.

Wallington Demesne, township, Hartburn par.,
Northumberland, near Scots Gap sta. and 12 miles W.
of Morpeth, 1850 ac., pop. 166; contains Wallington
Hall, seat.

Wallington cum Thorpland, par., Norfolk, 1460
ac., pop. 76; Wallington Hall, seat, is 3 miles NE. of
Downham Market.

Wallingwells, par., Notts and West-Riding York-
shire, 3 miles N. of Worksop, 742 ac., pop. 32;
contains Wallingwells House, seat.

Wallis Down, 3 m. from Bournemouth, Hants ; P.O.

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