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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
GLEANN AN T-SLUGAIN Gleann an t-Slugain
Gleann an t-Slugain
Gleann an t-Slugain
William Brown Esq.
Mr. Angus McIntosh
Mr. John Morgan
089 A rugged Glen situated between Ciach Lodge & Invercauld House, through which a bridle road leading to Beinn a' Bhuird runs. On the property of Colonel Farquharson. Name Signifies. "Glen of the Gulf or whirlpool".
ALLT AN T-SLUGAIN Allt an t-Slug-ain
Allt an t-Slug-ain
William Brown Esq.
Mr Angus McIntosh
Mr John Morgan
089 A mountain stream which rises near Ciach Lodge & flows through Gleann an t-Slugain & falls into the Dee below Invercauld Monument, Name signifies "Burn of the Gulf or whirlpool".
LITTLE ELRICK Little Elrick
Little Elrick
Little Elrick
William Brown Esq.
Mr Angus McIntosh
Mr John Morgan
089 A prominent hill part of which is covered with wood situated immediately at the back of Alltdowrie Cottage - on the Invercauld Estate. Name anglicized

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[Note relating to 'Allt an t-Slugain'] - See Page 10 of Sheet 79

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