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Yorkshire—par., 2691 ac., pop. 449; township (includ-
ing a small part of Mappleton par.), 2821 ac., pop. 449 ;
vil., 5 miles SW. of Hornsea; P.O.

Withcrsdale, par., Suffolk, 3 miles SE, of Hurle-
ston, 880 ac., pop. 158; P.O.

Withersden, hamlet, near Wye, Kent.

Withers field, par. and vil., Suffolk—par., 2509 ac.,
pop. 575; vil., 2 miles NW. of Haverhill; P.O.

Witiierslack, township, eccl. dist., and vil., Beet-
ham par., Westmorland—eccl. dist., pop. 689; town-
ship, 4604 ac. and 347 tidal water and foreshore, pop.
541; vil., on river Winter, 7 miles SW. of Kendal;
P.O.; in vicinity is
Witherslack Hall, seat.

Withiel, par. and vil., Cornwall—par., 3091 ac.,
pop. 408; vil., 7 miles W. of Bodmin Road ry. sta.; P.O.

Withiel Florey, par., Somerset, 8 miles NE. of
Bampton sta., 2485 ac., pop. 262.

Withington.—par. and vil., Gloucestershire—par.,
5830 ac., pop. 626; vil., 84 miles SE. of Cheltenham;
P.O.—2. Withington, par., township, and vil. with
ry. sta., Herefordshire—par., 2392 ac., pop. 940; town-
ship, pop. 772; vil., 44 miles NE. of Hereford; P.O.—

3. Withington, town and township (ry. sta. Withing-
ton and Albert Park), Manchester par., SE. Lancashire
—township (containing parts of Moss Side and Rus-
holme in parliamentary limits of Manchester), 2502 ac.,
pop. 11,286; town (comprising Burnage, Chorlton cum
Hardy, and Didsbury townships, and part of With-
ington), 4 miles S. of Central Station, Manchester,
5728 ac., pop. 17,109; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank. Withington
is a local government district, has many fine villas and
other suburban residences, and shares in tfie industries
of Manchester. The Lancashire Independent College
is situated here.—4. Withington, par., Shropshire,
on Shrewsbury Canal, 5g miles E. of Shrewsbury, 1144
ac., pop. 259.—5. Withington, hamlet, Leigh par.,
Staffordshire, 4 miles NAY. of Uttoxeter.

Withington, Lower, township and vil., Prestbury
par., Cheshire, 7 miles NW. of Congleton, 2393 ac.,

Withington, Old, township, Prestbury par., Che-
shire, 74 miles NW. of Congleton, 1195 ac., pop. 155;
Withington Hall, seat.

Withley, curacy, Clare Portion, Tiverton par., Devon.

Withnell, township and ry. sta., Leyland par., N.
Lancashire, 5 miles SW. of Blackburn, 3628 ac., pop.
2106; P.O. ; has cotton mills and bleachworks, and the
Withnell Fold paperworks.

Withy brook, par. and vil., Warwickshire—par.,
2520 ac., pop. 295 ; vil., 8 miles NE. of Coventry; P.O.

Withybush Lodge, seat, Pembrokeshire, 24 miles
NE. of Haverfordwest.

Withycombe, par. and vil., Somerset, 5 miles W. of
Williton, 1787 ac., pop. 279.

Withycombe Raleigh, par. and vil., Devon—par.
(partly in town of Exmouth), 1982 ac. land and 635
water, pop. 3155; vil., 24 miles NE. of Exmouth; P.O.

Withyham, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Sussex—
par., 8126 ac., pop. 2150; vil., 64 miles SAY. of Tun-
bridge Wells; P.O., T.O.

Withypoolc, par. and vil., Somerset—par., 3630 ac.,
pop. 253; vil., 7 miles NW. of Dulverton; P. O.; is a
resort of anglers.

Witley, par. and vil. (ry. sta. Witley and Chidding-
fold), Surrey—par. (containing Milford), 6386 ac., pop.
1961; vil., 1 mile N. of sta. and 34 miles SAY. of Godal-
ming; P.O.
Witley Park, seat, is 24 miles SW. of
Witley Common is a tract in the NW. part of
the par.

Witley, Great, par., vil., and eccl. dist., AYorces-
tershire—par., 2633 ac., pop. 380; dist. (partly also in
Martley par.), pop. 517 ; vil., 54 miles SAY. of Stour-
port; P.O., T.o.; in vicinity is
Witley Court, seat of
the Earl of Dudley.

Witley, Little, township, Holt par., Worcestershire,

2 miles SE. of Great AYitley, 960 ac., pop. 214.

Witneshain, par. and vil., Suffolk—par., 1996 ac.,
pop. 515 ; vil., 44 miles NE. of Ipswich; P.O.

Witney, market town, par., and township with ry.
sta., Oxfordshire, 5 miles NE. of Bampton and Ilf AY. of
Oxford—par., 7083 ac., pop. 5046; town and township,
188 ac., pop. 3017; P.O., T.O., 2 Banks, 2 newspapers.
Thursday. Witney is an ancient place,
with a 13th century church, a blanket hall of 1721, a
town hall, a county court house, a corn exchange, a 1
old market cross, and a 3-arched bridge over the Wind-
rush. It has glove-making and other industries, and
has long been known for its mfrs. of blankets.


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