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[Tòrr a' Bhlarain/Fort continued] [continued from page 17]
to the internal parts of the country. There are still three in number. One called Tor a Bhlarain, on the top of a hill called Barnafuar, near Kilmichael, & it commands a [view] of the hills of Knapdale, the [--] and Loch Crinan" New Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account]
BELL AND SHRINE FOUND HEREABOUTS [Torr a' BhIarain] Ecclesiastical Bell-Shrine & Bell found hereabout Mr. Martin, factor Kilmartin
Mr. Gillies, Schoolmaster Bridgend
Mr. Gillies Kilmichael Glassary
149 At the base of Torr a Bhlaran on the Sout East side, an ecclesiastical bell-shrine and bell were found by Lady Campbell late occupier of Torrabhlaran. "One of the most interesting of these is the beautiful ecclesiastical bell-shrine & bell discovered about the year 1814 on the demolition of a ruined wall on Torrebhlaran farm & now one of the most valued treasures in the Museum of the Scottish Antiquaries"
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