List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
RUDHA BUN CHÌOCHNISH Rudha Bun Chìochnish Rev. [Reverend] A. Stewart Onich
Mr A Campbell Clovulinn
Mr. Hugh Campbell Clovulinn
020 Applied to a shingle bank situated at the mouth of the river Chiochnish on the east side of the Loch Linnhe Meaning in English, Point of the green flat, near which or which is a round pap Eminence.

Imperial Gazetteer of Scotland
Mr. Hugh Campbell
Mr. A Campbell, Clovulinn
Rev [Reverend] A Stewart, Onich
020 "Ardgowr or Ardgower a district in the extrem north of the mainland of Argylshire. It is bounded on the north west by Loch Shiel, and north, and east of Loch Eil. There is an excellent road form Loch Moydart to the Corran of Ardgowr: and from the latter place there is a ferry across Loch Eil."
A name applied to an extensive piece of land situated in Agylshire. It is bounded on the north by the river Scaddle, on the east by Loch Linnhe on the South by the Turnpike road leading from Corran ferry to Ardnamurachn and on the west by Loch sheil. property of __ McLean, Esq.

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County of Argyle

Rudha Bun Chìochnish [note]
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Rudha Bun Chìch-ìnnis

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