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Invernettie Bay, Peterhead par., E. Aberdeenshire;
Invernettie Distillery and the Mills of Invernettie
are 1^ mile S. of Peterhead.

Invernochty, Donne of. See Doune.

Inveronicb House, near Lochgilphead, Cowall,

Inveroran, place with inn, Glenorchy and Inishail
par., Argyllshire, at SW. end of Loch Tulla, 9 miles
NW. of Tyndrum, on the road from Loch Lomond to
Glen Coe; the inn is frequented by anglers on the head-
waters of the Orchy.

Inveroy, vil., Kilmonivaig par., Inverness-shire, on
river Spean, 11 miles NE. of Fort William.

Inveroykell Lodge, Kincardine par., Ross and
Cromarty, on N. border of co., at the confluence of the
Oykell and the Cassley, 13 miles NW. of Ardgay.

Inverpefferan, Gaelic name of Dingwall, from its
situation at the mouth of the Peffery.

Inverpolly Lodge, Lochbroom par., NW. Ross and
Cromarty, on Loch Enard, at mouth of river Polly, 7
miles S. of Lochinver.

Inverquliarlty Castle, old baronial fortalice, in par.
and 3 miles NE. of Kirriemuir, Forfarshire, near the
confluence of Carity Burn with the South Esk; was
long the seat of a branch of the Ogilvies.

Invcrquhomcry, seat, in par. and If mile SW. of
Longside sta., NE. Aberdeenshire.

Inverquleck, site of ancient castle, in par. and 2
miles NE. of Alyth, E. Perthshire, at the confluence of
Burn of Alyth and river Isla.

Inverroy, vil., Inverness-shire. See Inveroy.

Inversanda, place, Kilmalie par., Argyllshire, on
W. side of Loch Linnhe, and at mouth of Glen Tarbet,
6 miles SW. of Ardgour.

Inversklel House, Glenshiel par., S. Ross-shire, at
head of Loch Duich, and at mouth of river Shiel,
mile S. of Kintail.

Invershin, hamlet with ry. sta., Creich par., S.
Sutherland, at the confluence of the Shin with the
5k miles S. of Lairg ; P.O.

Inversnaid, hamlet with inn and pier (and ferry to
Inveruglas, opposite), Buchanan par., Stirlingshire, on
E. side of Loch Lomond, and at mouth of Arklet
Water, 3 miles NE. of Tarbet, 4f miles SE. of Ardlui
pier (at head of loch), and 5 miles SW. of Stronach-
lachar Hotel (on Loch Katrine);
P.O. ; in vicinity is
Inversnaid Lodge; 1 mile NE. is the ruined Garrison
of Inversnaid, erected in 1713 to check the turbulence
of the Macgregors; behind the inn, on Arklet AYater,
is Inversnaid Waterfall, the scene of Wordsworth’s
Highland Girl.

Invertiel, quoad sacra par., Abbotshall and King-
horn pars., Fife, on Tiel Burn, pop. 2023; comprises
the S. or Linktown portion of Kirkcaldy.

Invertrosacbs, seat, Port of Menteith par., SW.
Perthshire, on S. side of* Loch Yennacher, 5 miles
SAV. of Callander.

Inverngie.—vil. withry. sta. (f mileSW.), St Fergus
par., detached part of Banffshire, near mouth of river
2k miles NW. of Peterhead; adjacent are the
ruins of Inverugie Castle, long a seat of the Keiths,
Earls Marischal. — 2. Inverugie, seat, Duff us par.,
Elginshire, 3 miles E. of Burghead.

Inveruglas, hamlet with inn, on AY. side of
Loch Lomond, at mouth of Glen Douglas, in par.
and 3J miles NW. of Luss, Dumbartonshire ; from
Inveruglas to Rowardennan opposite there is a ferry.

Inveruglas, Upper, ferry station (for Inversnaid),
Arrochar par., Dumbartonshire, on Inveruglas Water,
W. side of Loch Lomond, at mouth of Glen Sloy;
adjacent, in Loch Lomond, is Inveruglas Isle, with
ruins of an old stronghold of the Macfarlanes.

Inverurie, pari, and royal burgh, and par., with ry.
sta., at the confluence of the Ury with the Don, in co.
and 16 miles NW. of Aberdeen—par., 4946 ac., pop.
3038; pari, burgh (partly also in Kintore par.), pop.
2931; royal burgh, pop. 2669 ; town (including Port
Elphinstone in Kintore par.), pop. 3048 ;
P.O., T.O., 3
Banks. Inverurie is an ancient place, claiming to have
been made a royal burgh by William the Lion or Robert
Bruce. It has a few small industries, and is the centre
of trade for a considerable extent of surrounding country.
AVilliam Thom (1799-1850), “the Weaver Poet,” was

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