List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Clachrie Burn
Clauchrie Burn
Clauchrie Burn
Clauchrie Burn
John McIlraith proprietor Laggan
William Dill
J. McIlraith Esqr
Hugh Hamilton Esqr
William McCulloch
063 ; 067 ; 068 A deep rapid Stream flowing from the hills north of White Clauchrie and receiving Several Streams in its course till it falls (emptying itself) into the Water of Cree dividing the estates of Black Clauchrie and Dernaconner there are Several deep pools in it 30 to 40 yards wide which abound with Trout of a good large size, (John McIlraith is proprietor of Black Clauchrie and used him as an authority for spelling Clauchrie)
Loch Scalloch Burn
Sculloch Burn
William Dill
William McCulloch
James McIlraith
067 A Small but rapid mountain Stream flowing out of Loch Scalloch in a Southerly direction till it joins Clauchrie Burn 30 chains east of Half Merk Loch it flows by the east base of hill on which is a trig [trigonometrical.] Station which has got no particular name but that of Muckle Shallock.

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Plan 67 8 -- Trace No. 6 -- Parish of Barr

[Signed] Thomas O' Farrell ca [civilian assistant]
6th Sept. [September] 1854

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