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Inlsbmictrcer, island, in Lough Corrib, Killannin
par., W. co. Galway, 203 ac., pop. 90.

Inlshmore.—island (forming par.), the largest island
of the Aran group, SW. co. Galway, 30 miles SW. of
Galway, 7635 ac., pop. 2193;
P.O., called Arran Island.
The island measures about 9 miles by 2 miles; its
greatest elevation is less than 400 ft. The inhabitants
are employed chiefly in fishing.—2. Inlshmore, or
Deer, island, in river Fergus, Kilchreest par., S. co.
Clare, 443 ac., pop. 72.

Inishmot, par., NE. co. Meath, 2 miles SE. of
Drumcondra, 1437 ac., pop. 244.

Inishmurray, island, in Donegal Bay, Ahamlish
par., N. co. Sligo, 209 ac., pop. 109.

Inishnee, island, in Roundstone Bay, Moyrus par.,
AV. co. Galway, 856 ac., pop. 387.

Inlshodrlscol, or Hare Island, in Roaringwater
Bay, Aghadown par., SW. co. Cork, 380 ac., pop. 302.

Inishowen, East and West, 2 baronies, NE. co.
Donegal—East Inishowen, 123,371 ac., pop. 27,124;
AVest Inishowen, 76,848 ac., pop. 13,357; comprise
the peninsula between Lough Foyle and Lough Swilly;
Inishowen Head is on W. side of the entrance to
Lough Foyle; Inishowen Eighthouscs, on Dunagree
Point, Inishowen Head, are 49 and 74 ft. high, with
2 fixed lights (Inishowen) 67 and 92 ft. above high
water and seen 13 and 15 miles.

Inlshraher, island, Kilmeena par., W. co. Mayo, 26
ac., pop. 21.

Inishshark, island, Inishbofin par., NW. co. Gal-
way, 581 ac., pop. 207.

Inishslrrer, island, Tullaghobegly par., NAV. co.
Donegal, 3 m. SW. of Bloody Foreland, 108 ac., pop. 22.

Inishtrahull, island, Clonca par., NE. co. Donegal,
113 ac., pop. 49; Inishtrahull lighthouse, on NE.
part of island, is 42 ft. high, with revolving light
(Inishtrahull) 181 ft. above high water and seen 18 m.

Inishtravin, island, Moyrus par., W. co. Galway,
190 ac., pop. 130.

Inlslitubbrid, island, in Clew Bay, Burrishoolepar.,
W. co. Mayo, 37 ae., pop. 27.

Inisbtnrk.—island, in Upper Lough Erne, Aghalur-
cher par., co. Fermanagh, 37 ac., pop. 22.—2. Xnish-
turk, island, Omey par., W. co. Galway, 132 ac., pop.
87.—3. Inishtnrk, island, Kilgeever par., SW. co.
Mayo, 1446 ac., pop. 132.—4. Inishtnrk, island, Kil-
meena par., W. co. Mayo, 59 ac., pop. 20.

Inisidgen Point, extreme NAV. point of St Mary’s,
Scilly Islands.

Inispollan, Grange of, par., E. co. Antrim, 5 miles
NW. of Cushendall, 934 ac., pop. 61.

Inistioge, par. and vil., E. co. Kilkenny, on river
Nore, 5 miles SE. of Thomastown ry. sta—par., 9741
ac., pop. 1731; vil., pop. 570;
P.O., T.o. Market-day,

Inistrynlch House, seat, on NE. shore of Loch Awe,
Argyllshire, 5 miles SW. of Dalmally.

Inisvouls, Great and Elltle, 2 small islets, in E. of
Scilly Islands.

Injebreck, picturesque place, Isle of Man, between
Colden and Garraghan mountains, 7 m. NW. of Douglas.

Inkberrow, par. and vil., W. Worcestershire, near
the boundary with Warwickshire, 5J miles AV. of
Alcester, 6791 ac., pop. 1541;

Inkerhall, hamlet, in Sherwood Forest, N. Notts,
5 miles E. of Mansfield.

Inkerman, vil., with ironstone mines, Abbey par.,Ren-
frewshire, 1| mile NW. of Paisley, pop. 948;
P.O., T.o.

Inkersall, West, place, Stavely par., N. Derbyshire,
4k miles NE. of Chesterfield.

Inkerson Fen, place, Long Sutton par., S. Lincoln-
shire, 12 miles S. of Holbeach.

Inkford, hamlet, Kings Norton par., E. Worcester-
shire, 8*2' miles S. of Birmingham.

Inkpen, par. and vil., SW. Berks, 4 miles SE. of
Hungerford, 2885 ac., pop. 692;
P.O.; near the vil. is
Inkpen Beacon, the highest chalk down in England,
alt. 1011 ft.

Inky Tor, eminence in Dartmoor, Devon.

Innellan, quoad sacra par. and vil., with steamboat
pier, Dunoon and Kilmun par., Argyllshire, on Firth of
Clyde, 3£ miles S. of Dunoon and 30 miles by river from
Glasgow—par., pop. 1061; vil., pop. 859;
P.O., T.O., 1

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