List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOCHAN UAINE Lochan Uaine Mr. Alexander McDonald Glenlui
Mr. John Grant Inveray
Mr. John Morgan Inveray
087 A Small Loch lying on the S. [South] East side of Ben Macdhui, the N, [North] end of which is inaccessible, having a very high ledge of rocks extending to the water's edge, It is perhaps the highest Loch of any consequence in Scotland. It was partly covered with ice and snow when examined on 2nd June Its name Signifies the green little Loch
SRÒN RIACH Sròn Riach Mr. A McDonald,
Mr. J. Grant
Mr. J Morgan
087 A large hill lying between Glenlui Beg & Benmacdhui. covered with large stones and destitute of vegetation. It is divided into two parts by a small stream, each having a conical appearance and very steep sloping sides (Name Signifies the Striped or Brindled Nose)

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Aberdeenshire -- Parish of Craithie & Braemar

Is the name correct, applied to the two Lochs so near each other on the same Plan? Is there no term to distinguish the one from the other?
See opposite page
Referred to Corpl [Corporal] Daniels
There is no name to distinguish the one from the other. The one is on the Grampian the other on the Cairngorm Mountains situated about 4 Miles from one another - D. P.
Ria'ch more correctly Riabhach
Riabhach is pronounced nearly like Riach
written on Plan without any mark of elision of letters.
There should be no Marks of elision See Armstrongs Dicty [Dictionary]

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