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ALLT DUN AULADH Allt Dun Auladh Ditto 051 A small mountain stream rising at about ½ a mile south of Dun Auladh and flowing in a northerly Direction falls into Allt Tora a Bachand at about ¼ of a mile South of Torr a Mhullaich.
DUN AULADH (Site of) Dun Auladh
(Site of)
Revd J McKay Ulva
Mr Doud. Macdougall Penmore
Mr Hugh McLean Penmore
051 The site of a Danish Fort situate on a small rocky hillock about ¼ of a mile southeasr of Druminghigha and about a ¼ of a mile east of Poll Bradaig. It is on the property of Lord Compton Tourloisk.
POLL BRADAIG Poll Bradaig Ditto 051 A hollow on the south side of Druin Cabaig and about ¼ of a mile southeast of Dun Auladh. Te name means Thievish Woman and is on the property of Lord Compton of Torloisk.

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