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OS1/1/18/45

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT CÀRN A' MHAIM Allt Càrn a' Mhaim
Allt Càrn a' Mhaim
Allt Càrn a' Mhaim
Mr. Alexander McDonald
Mr. John Grant
Mr. John Morgan
087 ; 088 A large burn rising on the summit of Sròn Riach and flows southward for a short distance to where it is joined by a few smaller ones. It then flows rapidly in a south eastern direction and falls into Lui Beg Burn. It is about 2 miles in length.
COIRE AN SPÙT DHEIRG Coire an Spùt Dheirg
Coire an Spùt Dheirg
Coire an Spùt Dheirg
Mr. Alexander McDonald
Mr. John Grant
Mr. John Morgan
076 ; 077 A large hollow on the east shoulder of Ben Macdhui. The name signifies the hollow of the red spout.

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County of Aberdeen -- Parish of Crathie and Braemar

[Entry for 'Lui Beg Burn' is crossed out]

[Note relating to 'Coire an Spùt Dheirg'] - ?
Quite correct
would be wrong if altered
Deirg - Doubtful [Initialled] JMcD
D after n or t is not aspirated
See note page 28 - See page 28. of Forbes Grammar
P [Page] 57. Rule 37.
Not in the Nominative,
Note please to observe that this
is the Genitive Case [Initialled]

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