Ibris, or Eyebroughy


Ibris, or Eyebroughy
   IBRIS, or EYEBROUGHY, an isle, in the parish of Dirleton, county of Haddington. This islet lies close to the main land of the parish, in the Frith of Forth, and is of small extent, and very narrow. The isle of Fidrey, also appertaining to Dirleton, is distant about a mile east-north-east from Ibris.

A Topographical dictionary of Scotland. . 1856.

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