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Bank; was founded in 1843, and rapidly rose to im-
portance among the watering-places on the Clyde;
Innellan HU1 is 935 ft. high.

Inner . See also Inver .

Inner Hebrides. See Hebrides.

Inner Temple, par., Middlesex, in City of London,
13 ac., pop. 156.

Innergellie Honse, seat, Kilrenny par., Fife, 1£
mile NE. of Anstruther.

Inncrhadden House, seat, Fortingall par., Perth-
shire, at E. end of Loch Rannoch, 1 mile SE. of
Kinloch Rannoch.

Innerleithen, town, Peeblesshire, and par., partly
also in Selkirkshire, on Leithen AVater, near its influx
to the Tweed, 6£ miles SE. of Peebles and 33 miles S.
of Edinburgh by rail—par., 23,981 ac., pop. 3661;
town, pop. 2313;
P.O., T.O., 1 Bank ; is one of the seats
of the Scottish woollen mfr. Innerleithen is a watering-
place in some repute from its medicinal spring, and has
generally been identified with the “ St Ronan’s Well ”
of Scott’s romance. It is a convenient centre for anglers.

Inncrleven, part of Leven, Fife. See Dubbyside.

Innermessan Moat, circular mound, once sur-
rounded by a fosse, Inch par., Wigtownshire, on E.
side of Loch Ryan, 2 miles NE. of Stranraer. Inner-
messan is the site of an important mediaeval town, and
also, it is now commonly supposed, of the ancient
Rerigonium (usually written Beregonium), a seat of the
Caledonian tribe Novantse. The farmhouse stands on
the site of Innermessan Castle, built in the 15th century.

Innerpeffray, ry. sta., 2J miles E. of Crieff, Perth-
shire ; 1J mile SE. of sta., on river Earn, are the ruins
of the castle and chapel, the latter of which has long
been the burying-place of the Drummonds ; beside the
chapel is an endowed school with a valuable library,
founded in 1691.

Innertig. See Kirkcudbright-Innertig.

Innervar Cottage, in Glen Lyon, Fortingall par.,
Perthshire, 13 miles W. of Aberfeldy.

Innerwell Honse, seat, Sorbie par., E. Wigtown-
shire, on Innerwell Bay, 3J miles NE. of Garlieston.

Innerwick, coast par. and vil. with ry. sta., E.
Haddingtonshire, 13,157 ac., pop. 777;
P.O.; the sta.
is 1J mile E. of the vil. and
4k miles SE. of Dunbar;
1 mile E. of vil., on the edge of a precipitous glen, are
the ruins of Innerwick Castle, burned by the Duke
of Somerset, 1548.

Innerwick Honse, seat, in Glen Lyon, Fortingall
par., Perthshire, 18 miles AV. of Aberfeldy.

Innerwick in Glenlyon. See Glenlyon.

Innes, school, Auldearn par., Nairnshire.

Innes House, seat (17th century) of the Earl of
Fife, Urquhart par., in co. and 5 miles NE. of Elgin;
was formerly the seat of the Innes family, which in
1812 succeeded to the dukedom of Roxburghe.

Innficld, or Enfield, vil. with ry. sta. (Enfield),
Rathcore par., S. co. Meath, on Royal Canal, 24 miles
AA7. of Dublin, pop. 274;
P.O., T.O., called Enfield.

Inniinore Eodge, Mull island, Argyllshire, 4 miles
from Pennyghael.

Inninmore Bay, Sound of Mull, Argyllshire, on the
Morvern coast, near Ardtornish Point.

Innis . See also Inch , Inis , Inish ,

and Insh .

Innis Head, small headland, W. Cornwall, 3 miles
NE. of Lizard Head.

Innisandaimli andlnnisdamiT. See Inchnadamph.

Innisboflin, 14 miles by sea from Letterfrack, NW.
Galway; P.O. See Inishboein.

Inniscarra, 3 miles W. of Ballincollig, S. co. Cork;
p.o. See Inishcarra.

Innischonell, island, in Loch Awe, Argyllshire, 8
miles NE. of Ford pier at SW. end of loch ; contains
the ruins of Ardchonell Castle, long the stronghold of
the Duke of Argyll’s ancestors.

Inniscbonian, island, at NE. end of Loch Awe,
Argyllshire, If mile SW. of Kilchurn Castle.

Inniscrone, 8 miles N. of Ballina, W. co. Sligo;
p.o. See Inishcrone.

Inniserrech, or Innis-sbearraich, island, with old
chapel and burying-ground, in Loch Awe, Argyllshire,
near Innischonell.

Innisfraocb. See Fraoch Eilean.

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