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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
GLEN DOUGLAS Contd. [Continued]
Glen Douglas
Contd. [Continued from page 29] are generally rocky. Through this valley "Douglas Water pursues the whole of its course, and a parish road runs along the North side of that stream which connects the Turnpike Road on "Loch Long" side with that on the side of "Loch Lomond". The name, "Glen Douglas", by which it is now known is a corruption of "Gleann Dubhghlas", or the dark grey glen.

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County Dumbarton

[Below Description remarks:]
or rather I think from
Rudha Glas pronounced Ruaglas
See Inveruglas (the Grey point)
at the mouth of this water
where it falls into Loch Lomond.

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