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Ben Ruisg
Ben Ruisg
Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] McFarlan
Peter Turner
Colin MacKay
010 A high ridge topped mountain two miles west from the village of Luss. It is of considerable importance and rises to a great height. On all sides it is of regular appearance. From its North east end "Sron-an-laoigh" projects for a considerable distance. Its east side is sprinkled with a few rocks. The name is descriptive of the mountain and signifies the bare or barren mountain.

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County Dumbarton

Beinn, (G. [Gaelic]). A mountain
Rùisg, (G. [Gaelic]). from Rusg. An external covering; a rind;
skin, or husk.

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