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Warbstowe, par., Cornwall, 8 miles NW. of Laun-
ceston, 4104 ac., pop. 373; contains an ancient barrow
with earthwork.

Warburton, par. and vil. (ry. sta. Heatley and
Warburton), Cheshire—par., 1872 ac. (26 water), pop.
426; vil., on rivers Mersey and Bollin, 5 miles NW. of
Altrincham; P.O.

Warcop, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Westmorland, in
NE. of co.—par., 11,489 ac., pop. 720; vil., on river
Eden, 5 miles SE. of Appleby; P.O., T.o.

Ward, par., in co. and 7 miles NW. of Dublin, on
Ward rivulet, 1347 ac., pop. 75; P.O., called The Ward.
The rivulet flows 6 miles E. to the river Broadmeadow,
at Swords.

Ward End, eccl. dist., Aston par., Warwickshire, on
NE. side of Birmingham, pop. 845; contains Ward
End Hall, seat.

Ward Hill, near Athboy, W. co. Meath, alt. 390 ft.

Ward Law, mountain, Ettrick par., Selkirkshire,
1 mile N. of Ettrick church, alt. 1951 ft.

Ward of Crnden, Aberdeenshire. See PORT Errol.

Warden.—(or Old Warden), par. and vil., Bedford-
shire—par., 3330 ac., pop. 498; vil., 3% miles N. of
Shefford; P.O., called Old Warden; in vicinity is
Warden House, seat.—2. Warden, par.,Kent, 7miles
E. of Queenborough, 223 ac. and 538 foreshore, pop. 23.
—3. Warden, par., township, and vil., Northumberland,
in S. of co.—par. (containing Haydon Bridge, town with
ry. sta.), 24,441 ac., pop, 4018; township, 3281 ac.,
pop. 882; vil., at confluence of rivers North Tyne and
South Tyne, 3 miles NW. of Hexham; has collieries
and limestone quarries.

Warden, Chipping. See Chipping Warden.

Warden Law, township, in par. and 2% miles E. of
Houghton le Spring, Durham, 498 ac., pop. 96.

Wardhouse, ry. sta. and seat, on E. border of
Kinnethmont par., Aberdeenshire, 10 m. SE. of Huntly
and 31 m. N W. of Aberdeen; the seat is 1% m. N W. of sta.

Wardie, part of Granton, Edinburghshire, on Firth
of Forth.

Wardlngton, township and vil., Cropredy par.,
Oxfordshire, in N. of co.—township, 2572 ac., pop. 623 ;
vil., 4 miles NE. of Banbury; P.O.

Wardie.—township, Bunbury par., Cheshire, 5 miles
NW. of Nantwich, 1062 ac., pop. 152.—2. Wardie,
eccl. dist., Rochdale par., SE. Lancashire, on NE. side
of Rochdale, pop. 2206; P.O. See
Wuerdle with

Wardievtorth, township and ry. sta., Rochdale par.,
SE. Lancashire, on N. side and in bor. of Rochdale, 766
ac., pop. 19,711.

Wardley, par., Rutland, in SW. of co., 2% miles W.
of Uppingham, 1550 ac., pop. 48.

Wardley Colliery, 4 miles SE. of Gateshead, Dur-
ham; P.O.

W’ardlow, township and vil., Bakewell and Hope
pars., Derbyshire, 2 miles SE. of Tideswell, 643 ac., pop.
163; Wardlow Hay Cop (1227 ft.) is an eminence
affording a fine view of Cressbrook Dale.

Wardonr, township and vil., Tisbury par., Wilts, 2
miles SW. of Tisbury, pop. 755 ; Wardour Castle, the
seat of Lord Arundell of Wardour, stands in a park 5
miles in circuit.

Wards, hamlet,in par. andlm.NE. oflvinghoe, Bucks.

Wardy Hill, hamlet, Coveney par., Cambridgeshire,
6 miles NW. of Ely.

Ware, market town and par. with ry. sta., Herts, in
E. of co., on river Lea, 2 miles NE. of Hertford and 22
N. of London by rail—par., 4705 ac., pop. 5745; town
(comprising parts of the parishes of Ware, Great
Amwell, and Little Am well), 641 ae., pop. 5277; P.O.,
T.o., 1 Bank. Market-day,
Tuesday. The chief in-
dustries are malting and brickmaking. The Ware
malting establishments supply most of the London
breweries. Among other buildings at Ware are St
Edmund’s College (1795), with church by the elder
Pugin, and the remains of a 13th century priory. The
great bed of Ware, mentioned by Shakspere, is now at
Rye House, about 4 miles from the town. Ware Fark
and Ware Priory are seats.

Warebam, market town, Dorset, between the Piddle
and the Frome, near their influx to a creek of Poole
harbour, 15 miles E. of Dorchester and 123% miles SW.

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