List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CNOC ALLT NA SEILG Cnoc Allt na Sealgaireachd
Cnoc Allt na Sealgaireachd
Rev [Reverend] John McLean
Mr Allan McDonald
108 A Knoll situated on the N [North] side of "Amhainn Carnach" and about ½ a mile North of "Coille Ghoirtein" the name signifies "Knoll of the Hunting Burn" James Baird Esq. proprietor
ALLT COIR' A' BHEITHE Allt Coire Bheithe
Allt Coire Bheithe
Rev [Reverend] John McLean
Mr Allan McDonald
108 A small stream collecting about the S [South] extremity of "Coire Bheithe" and flowing Northwards it enters Finiskaig River nearly opposite the junction of "Allt Ghille Chruim"
Sig: [Signifies] "Burn of the Birch Corry"
property of Lord Lovat. Beaufort Castle by Beauly
Coire Bheithe
Rev [Reverend] John McLean
Mr Allan McDonald
108 A small hollow situated S [South] of the W [West] extremity of Màm na Cloiche Airde the name signifies the "Birch Corry" property of James Baird Esq. Cambusdoon Ayrshire.

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[Page] 6 Inverness-shire Ph [Parish] of Glenelg 6 Inch Sheet 108

In List of Names the word "Sealgaireachd", in the name "Cnoc Allt na Sealgaireachd", has been altered to "Seilga" and initialled by [PD?}.
The following note, referring to the word, is written below:
Situated on the west side of "Allt na Seilga" - ought not the word Seilga or Sealgaireachd be spelled alike in each case?
See page 20
Referred to the County with sheet 93

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