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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT BAD NAM BÒ Allt Bad na Bo A. Mackay Cnocglas
D. Gunn Dalnahaw
R. Campbell Lambsdale
021 Rises on the south Base of Bad na Bo. and joins Cnoc Loisg Watter, Some little distance to the South east.
DUBH-ALLTAN MÒR Dubh Alltan Moir A. Mackay Cnocglas
D. Gunn Dalnahaw
R. Campbell Lambsdale
021 Formed by the union of three Small Streams, north west of Loch Caluim, and joins the Stream Lonieverk, a few Chains from its confluence with the Lake.
ALLT LONIVERK Allt Lonieverk A. Mackay Cnocglas
D. Gunn Dalnahaw
R. Campbell Lambsdale
016 ; 021 Rises on the South side of Ben a Bad, pursues a south easterly course to Loch Caluim into which - it discharges itself.

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County of Caithness -- Parishes of Reay Hallkirk & Thurso

[Note Allt Bad nam Bò] -- Stream of the Cows' Tuft
[Note Dubh Alltan Mòr] -- Large Black Stream
[Note Allt Lonieverk] -- Meaning unknown

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

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