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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CNOCGLAS WATER Cnoc Glas Water A. Mackay Cnoc Glas
D. Gunn Dalnahaw
R. Campbell Lambsdale
021 Formed by the union of the waters of Cnoc Loisg and Loch Caluim, it runs to the north east, passes the south side of Cnoc Glas, and is joined by Allt na h-Imrich about 40 chains to the South east, where it changes its course to the north and assumes the name of Torran Water.
LOCH TUIM GHLAIS Loch Tuim Ghlais A. Mackay Cnoc Glas
D. Gunn Dalnahaw
R. Campbell Lambsdale
021 A small round lake, situated some four miles west of Cnoc-glas and about 50 chains north of another small lake called Loch Torr na Ceardaich. Proprietor - His Grace the Duke of Portland.

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County of Caithness -- Parishes Reay, Hallkirk and Thurso Detached

[Note Cnocglas Water] -- Grey hill Water

[Notes Loch Tuim Ghlais] -- Grey Knoll Lake
Where is Tom Glas?
There is no such place now Known
[Initialled] G.R

[Signed] George Rose C.A. [Civilian Assistant]

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