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is another loch adjoining
it, at the South end, which
in the summer season is
dry, or at least nothing more
than a swamp & which
the 'Natives' sometimes cal
"Cuil Loch-more", but it
is nothing more than
the overflowings of
"Cui-Loch". - I am anxious
about the name, as it
is an important point
of the boundary between
the Crown's Estate of
Dorrery and the Estate of
Scots Calder.
I have today seen [Continued on page 77]

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