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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT MHIC AN TANNER Allt Mhic an Tanner
Allt Mhic an Tanner
Duncan Ferguson
Donald Mathieson
261 A good stream rising off The Slate and falling into Craigaig Water.
Signification not known.
CREAG NAN CUILEAN Creag nan Cuilean
Creag nan Cuilean
Creag nan Cuilean
D Ferguson
D Mathieson Glenahanty
Gaelic Orthography
261 A small range of rocks, on the west shoulder of The Slate.
Sign. [Signification] Crag of the whelps.
ALLT DUBH Allt Dubh D Ferguson
D Mathieson Glenahanty
Gaelic Orthography
261 A small stream rising off Cnoc Moy and falling into stream running through Innean Glen, near confluence of the same with the sea.
Sign. [Signification] Dark burn.
AN CIREIN Cirein
Cirein
Cirein
"An Cirein"
D Mathieson
D Ferguson
J Campbell, Remuil
The Comb
261 Several precipitous rocks in appearance somewhat resembling a cocks comb; hence the name.

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[Initialled] HY. March 1916

Names revised March 1916

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