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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
AN T-SREANG An Tsreang Rev [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] McFarlan
Donald McLellan, Tullich
Alexander McDougal, Roadman
Mr. Martin, Factor
008 A narrow glen between two ranges of hills extending from the Parish Church to "Glen Douglas", a distance of 3 miles. It is entered from "Arroquhar" by a moderately steep ascent which continues for a short distance. It then gradually [continued on page 14]
MONADH TIGHE NA LARAICH Monadh Tighe-na-Laraich
Monadh Tighe-na-Laraich
Monadh Tighe-na-Laraich
Monadh Tighe-na-Laraich
Rev [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] McFarlan
Donald McLellan, Tullich
Alexander McDougal, Roadman
Mr. Martin, Factor
008 This name signifies the moor of the fallen house and is applied to the hill south of Arroquar. This hill, though of considerable height is the lowest in the district. It falls on the West to Loch Long, on the East to the glen called "An Tsreang" and is connected on the south by a narrow ridge which rises gradually to the top of "Tullich Hill". Its sides are steep, but not generally rocky. Its top is round and the most prominent feature of the hill runs parallel with "Loch Long".

Continued entries/extra info

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Co [County] Dumbarton

[Below entry for Monadh Tighe-na-laraich:]
Monadh. (G) [Gaelic], A mountain
Tighe (G) [Gaelic], (Gen: [Genitive] of Thigh) A house
Laraich (G) [Gaelic], A ruin
"Monadh Tighe na Laraich", Adopted, &c.

[Below entry for An t-Sreang:]
"An t-Sreang", (G) [Gaelic] The Cord or string,
An t-Sreang Adopted in accordance with the correct
orthography of the Gaelic Language. - See
"Srath Mhic an t-Saoir" on Sheet 41. Lewis Island.

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Alison James- Moderator, CorrieBuidhe- Moderator

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