Kcrse, small loch, and place with school, Dalrymple
Kersc House, seat of the Earl of Zetland, Falkirk
par., Stirlingshire, in SAY. vicinity of Grangemouth;
is partly very old.
Kerscwell, seat, in par. and 24 miles E. of Carn-
wath, E. Lanarkshire.
Kersey, par. and vil., Suffolk, 24 miles NAY. of Had-
leigh, 1510 ac., pop. 495 ; P.O.
Kersliader, place with school, Lochs par., Lewis
island, Ross-shire, on S. side of Loch Erisort.
Kersliope Burn, trouting stream; rises in Castleton
par., S. Roxburghshire, and flows 8f miles along the
Border to Liddel AYater near Kershope Foot sta.
Kersliope Foot, ry. sta., on NAY. border of Cumber-
land, 11 miles NE. of Longtown; P.O.
Kersknowe, seat, Eckford par., Roxburghshire, 4
miles SE. of Kelso.
Kcrsland Barony, estate, with church and school,
and vestiges of ancient castle, Dairy par., N. Ayrshire.
Kersley Mills, paperworks, Deane par., Lancashire,
4 miles SE. of Bolton. See Kearsley.
Kerswell, hamlet, Broadhembury par., Devon, 44
miles NAY. of Honiton.
Kerswell, Abbots, Devon. See Abbots Kerswell.
Kerswell, Kings, Devon. See Kingskerswell.
Kerswell Rocks, picturesque limestone rocks, 1
mile N. of Chudleigh, Devon.
Kerton, vil., Crowanpar., Cornwall, 10 miles AY. of
Kesgrave, par., Suffolk, 34 miles NE. of Ipswich,
900 ac., pop. 98 ; contains the seat of Kesgrave Lodge.
Kesh.—vil. with ry. sta., Magheraculmoney par., N.
co. Fermanagh, on river Kesh, 14 miles NAY. of Ennis-
killen, pop. 268; P.O., T.o. Market-day, Friday.—
2. Kesh, rivulet, N. co. Fermanagh ; flows 6 miles AY.
to Lower Lough Erne.—3. Kesh, hamlet, 4 miles SE.
of Ballymote, S. co. Sligo.
Keshcarrigan, vil., co. Leitrim. See Cashcarrigan.
Keshcorran, hill, near Lough Arrow, S. co. Sligo,
alt. 1183 ft.
Keshlin, Longh, in co. and 3 m. AY. of Monaghan.
Keskadale, mountain valley, Cumberland, 54 miles
SAY. of Keswick ; at its head is Keskadale Haws, a
steep ascent, commanding a fine prospect of the Vale
Kessingland, coast par. and vil., Suffolk, 44 miles
SAY. of Lowestoft, 1691 ac. (40 water), pop. 1228; P.O.,
T.O. ; on cliff, at NE. side of Kessingland fish houses,
is a fixed light (Kessingland or Pakefield Gat), 68 ft.
above high water, and seen 9 miles.
Kessock, hamlet, Knockbain par., E. Ross and
Cromarty, 2 miles (by ferry) NAY. of Inverness; P.O.;
Kessock Ferry is across the narrow strait between the
Beauly Firth and the Inner Moray Firth.
Kesteven, Farts of, division of Lincolnshire, in SAY.
of county, extending 41 miles from N. to S., and 244
miles (greatest breadth) from E. to AY., 458,676 ac.,
pop. 146,736; contains Lincoln city, and the towns of
Grantham, Sleaford, Stamford, &c.
Kesteven (or Sleaford) Division, The North,
parliamentary division of Lincolnshire, pop. 48,935.
Kesteven (or Stamford) Division, The South,
parliamentary division of Lincolnshire, pop. 49,418.
Keston.—par. and vil., Kent, in NAY. of co., 34 miles
SE. of Bromley, 1487 ac., pop. 731; P.O.; in vicinity of
vil. is the seat of Keston House.—2. Keston, vil.,
Camrose par., Pembrokeshire, 4 miles NAY. of Haver-
Keswick.—market town and township with ry. sta.,
Crosthwaite par., Cumberland, on river Greta, at lower
end of Derwentwater, 13 miles SE. of Cockermouth
and 293 from London—township, 555 ac., pop. 3201;
town, pop. 3220; P.O., T.O., 2 Banks, 1 newspaper.
Market-day, Saturday. Keswick is beautifully situated
in the midst of stupendous mountains, having romantic
and picturesque scenery. It is a centre for tourists
visiting the Lake District, and much has been done for
their accommodation by the erection of fine hotels, &c.
Keswick has long been famous for the mfr. of black lead
pencils; but the black lead mines in the neighbourhood
are now practically exhausted. It also has mfrs. of
coarse woollens, a brewery, and tannery.—2. Keswick,
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