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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Glen Douglas
Glen Douglas
Glen Douglass
Gleann Dubhghlas
Montague Martin Esqr. Factor
Johnston's Co. [County] Map
Donald McLellan, Tullich
Fullarton's Gazetteer
Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] McFarlan
008 An extensive valley running through nearly the whole breadth of the County, which is here nearly 5 miles broad. It is entered from Loch Long side by a steep acclivity which continues for ½ a mile and up which a parish road runs in a zigzag direction. It then becomes nearly level the ground being flat and generally cultivated for a breadth of a quarter of a mile, though from long neglect a great portion of the land is regaining its original heathy appearance. Nearly midway through the glen it is joined by "Cona Ghleann" running Southwards and a little further on "An Tsreang" running Northwards after which it proceeds in nearly the same state as already described till approaching its eastern termination it becomes narrower and the ground more rugged. It terminates on the east at "Inveruglas" on the side of "Loch Lomond". The hills on each side rise to a great height and [continued on page 30]

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County Dumbarton

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