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AA’atcrlngbnry, par. and vil. withry. sta., Kent. 5
miles SW. of Maidstone, 1466 ac., pop. 1301; P.O.,
T.O.; has extensive orchards and hop-gardens; Water-
ingbnry Place, seat, is near the sta.

AYaterlip, hamlet, Doulting par., Somerset, 2 miles
NE. of Shepton Mallet.

Waterloo.—(or AVaterlooville), par. and vil., Hants,
3% miles NAY. of Havant, 652 ac., pop. 246; P.O., T.O.,
called AVaterloo Yille.—2. Waterloo, vil., Kirkheaton
par., S. div. AYest-Riding Yorkshire, 3 miles E. of
Huddersfield.—3. AVaterloo, ry. sta., Lancashire, 4
miles N. of Exchange sta., Liverpool. See AVaterloo
with Seaforth.

Waterloo.—vil., Cambusnethan par., Lanarkshire,
1 mile SE. of AVishaw, pop. 855. — 2. AVaterloo,
hamlet, Auchtergaven par., Perthshire, 7% miles NW.
of Perth.

Waterloo Bridge, bridge across the river Conway,
Carnarvonshire, in S. vicinity of Bettws-y-Coed; so
called from its being buiit in 1815, the year of the
battle of Waterloo.

Waterloo Junction, ry. sta., Surrey, between
Charing Cross and London Bridge.

Waterloo Road, dist., Lambeth par., Surrey, in
bor. of Lambeth, pop. 16,351.

AVaterloo Station, terminus of London and South
AVestern Railway, at S. side of the Thames, London.

AVaterloo Tower, within AVynnstay Park, near
Ruabon, Denbighshire; was built by Sir AVatkin Wynn
in celebration of the battle of AVaterloo.

AA'aterloo Ville, Hants; P.O., t.o. See Waterloo.

Waterloo witb Seaforth, town with 2 ry. stations
(AVaterloo and Seaforth), Sefton par., SW. Lancashire,
on the .coast, 4 miles N. of Exchange Station, Liver-
pool, by rail, 740 ac., pop. 9118; 1 Bank ; is frequented
for sea-bathing, and has many fine villas. The town
is a local government district.

AVatcrmillock, township and vil., Greystoke and
Dacre pars., Cumberland—township, 9735 ac. (873
water), pop. 445; vil., 7 miles SW. of Penrith; P.O.

AYiiteriuoor, curacy, Cirencester par., Gloucester-
shire, near Cirencester sta.

AA’ateruiouth Cove, romantic cove, on N. coast of
Devon, 2 miles NE. of Ilfracombe; at foot of cove is
AV. Castle, a picturesque ivy-covered mansion.

AVatcrnisb, 9 miles N. of Dunvegan, Skye island,
Inverness-shire ; P.O. See Yaternish.

Waterparb, seat, S. co. Cork; post-town,Carrigaline.

Waterperry, par. and township, in co. and 7 miles
E. of Oxford—par., 2500 ac., pop. 191; township, 1936
ac., pop. 167 ; contains Waterperry House, seat.

Waters Upton (or Upton Parva), par., Shropshire,
5% miles NAY. of AVellington, 761 ac., pop. 195; P.O.

AVatersay (or Yatcrsay), island, Barra par., Outer
Hebrides, Inverness-shire, pop. 19; is separated from
Barra island by Watersay Sound, and measures 2% by 3m.

AVatersfield, vil., Cold Waltham par., Sussex, 5%
miles N. of Arundel.

Watcrslieddings, Prestwich par., SE. Lancashire, 1
mile from Greenacres Moor, on E. side of Oldham; P.O.

AAratcrshoot Bay, picturesque cove, in S. of Isle of
AVight, 1% mile SAV. of Niton.

Waterside.—hamlet, Chesham par., Bucks, near
Chesham.—2. AVaterside, vil., Glossop par., Derby-
shire, near Hadfield sta., and 2 miles NAV. of Glossop;
has cotton factories. — 3. Waterside, 4 miles from
Tillingham, Essex ; P.O. —
4. Waterside, hamlet,
Herts, in SE. of co., 3 miles NE. of AVatford.—5.
AVaterside, vil., Templenewsam township, Whitkirk
par., E. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, 5 miles E. of Leeds.
—6. Waterside (or Quay), hamlet, Thorne par., S. div.
West-Riding Yorkshire, near Thorne sta.

Waterside.—vil. with ry. sta., in par. and 3% miles
NAA7. of Dalmellington, Ayrshire, on river Doon, 11%
miles SW. of Ayr, pop. (including Truffhill) 1473; has
ironworks.—2. Waterside, hamlet, Fenwick par., Ayr-
shire, 6 miles NE. of Kilmarnock; P.O.—3. Water-
side, vil., in par. and 2 miles SE. of Kirkintilloch,
Dumbartonshire, pop. 420.—4. Waterside, seat, Keir
par., Dumfriesshire, on river Nith, 3 miles SW. of
Thornhill.—5. AVaterside, school, Edzell par., Forfar-
shire.—6. AVaterside, school, Lesmahagow par., Lan-

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