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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
THE KIPPS The Kipps
The Kipps
Archibald Glendinning, Glendearg.
James Glendinning, Over Cassock
010 [Situation] Northern portion of Eskdalemuir
A range of elevated Knowes to the east of Ettrick Pen, along which the boundary separating the Counties of Dumfries and Selkirk, runs. The southern part of them are situated on the farm of Over Cassock, and consist of moss and rough pasture. On the highest of the above knowes there is a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] station called Kipps Hill
MUCKLE CAULDRON BURN Muckle Cauldron Burn
Muckle Cauldron Burn
James Glendinning, Over Cassock.
Archibald Glendinning, Glendearg
010; 011; 017; 018 [Situation] Flows 1/2 Mile South of the Kipps
A considerable stream having its source on the east side of Ettrick Pen - flows south of the Kipps and north of Dob's Craig - and after receiving the Little Cauldron Burn, assumes the name of Strongcleugh Burn which, finally falls into Glendearg Burn.
BUZZARD LINN Buzzard Linn
Buzzard Linn
James Glendinning Farmer Over Cassock
Archibald Glendinning Farmer Glendearg
010 [Situation] on Little Cauldron Burn South of the Kipps
A small cataract on the Little Cauldron Burn, and near its source; on the farm of Over Cassock.

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