New Yorkshire Gazetteer (1828) page 133
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date of 1312, yet entire; in the church-
yard are three anch ft Saxon crosses,
but whether they wt. sepulchral me-
morials, or objects of ~eligious rever-
ence, is not ascertained. A cold bath,
whose waters issue from a high hill, is
much resorted to in the summer sea-
son. The parish contains the town-
ships of Middleton with Stockhill, and
. Nessfield with Langbar. Entire popu-
lation, 980.

Illingworth, W. R. (4) a ham-
let in the township of Ovenden, parish
of Halifax, wapentake of Morley; a
ehapelry to Halifax. Here was born
David Hartley, in 1705, a physician,
whose “ Observations on Man, His
Frame, His Duty, and His Expecta-
tions,” though written with the purest
intentions, have contributed to un-
settle the understanding, and have led
to no useful result: his Theory of Vibra-
tions has long been laughed as well as
reasoned out of fashion.

Ilton, N. R. (4) a township with
Pott, in the parish of Masham, wapen-
take of Hang East, 4 miles S. W. from
Masham; inhabitants, 266. Here is a
modern erection of rude stones, called
the Druid’s Temple.

Ingbirchworth, W. R. (8) a
township in the parish of Penistone,
wapentake of Staincross, 2ยง miles N.W.
from Penistone ; inhabitants, 367.

Ingerthorpe, W. R. (5) a town-
ship in the parish of Ripon,,wapentake
of Claro,
4 miles S. from Ripon ; in-

Ingleborough Hill, W.R. (4).
See Horton in Ribblesdale.

Ingleby Arnecliffe, N. R. (2) a
parish and township in the wapentake
of Langbarugh, 8 miles N. E. from
Northallerton; inhabitants, 331; a per-
petual curacy; patron,* Brian Abbs,
Esq. Near the church, is Arnecliffe
Hall, the seat of Mrs. Mauleverer : a
little to the south of the village, is the
Cleveland Tontine Inn, erected in 1804,
for the purpose of establishing a daily
post between the various towns of the

InglEby Cross, N. R. (2) a ham-
let in the preceding township.

Ingleby Berwick, N. R. (2) a
township in the parish of Stainton, wa-
pentake of Langbarugh, 3 miles N. E.
fromYarm; inhabitants, 175.

Ingleby Greenhow, N.R. (2) a
parish and township in the wapentake
of Langbarugh, 4 miles E. from Stokes-
ley ; inhabitants, 158; a perpetual cu-
racy; patron, Sir William Foulis,
Bart., whose seat, called Ingleby Ma-
nor, is at a short distance from the
village. The parish contains' the town-
ships of Battersby and Greenhow. En-
tire population, 347.

Ingleton, W.R. (4) a township
in the parish of Low Bentham, wapen-
take of Ewcross, 10 miles N. W. from
Settle ; inhabitants, 1302; a ehapelry
to Bentham : fair, November 17. In-
gleton is pleasantly situated near the
junction of two rivers : the church-
yard commands an extensive prospect
over the vale of Lonsdale. In this
township are several of those cele-
brated natural curiosities, the Caves of
Craven; or, as the country people call
them with more propriety, coaves ;
these excavations being rather pits than
caves. About
4 miles to the north of
Ingleton, is Gingle Pot, 10 yards across,
and about 20 yards deep; at the bottom
are smooth pebbles, except at the south
corner, where there is deep water : at
the further distance of 150 yards, is
Hurtle Pot, about 40 yards in diame-
ter, and 40 feet in depth; round this
abyss, the branches of various trees
almost meet in the centre, and shed, by
their gloomy foliage, additional horror
on the yawning gulph; at the bottom
is a deep lake, in which are several
large black trout: in great floods, both
these pots run over. At no great dis-
tance is Weathercoat Cave, perhaps
the most surprising natural curiosity
in Great Britain: this wonder is situ-


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