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Colme's “inch—Saint,” MACBETH, i. 2. 63. “Now called Inchcomb [or Inchcolm], is a small island lying in the Firth of Edinburgh [of Forth], with [considerable remains of] an abbey upon it, dedicated to St. Columb; called by Camden Inch Colm or The Isle of Columba. . . . Inch or Inshe, in the Irish and Erse languages, signifies an island [generally a small one]. See Lhuyd's Archæologia(STEEVENS) .

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