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64 Northumberland Street
24 Octr. [October] 1871

Col. [Colonel] Sir Henry James
&c &c
Ordnance Survey Office

In sheet No 24 of the Survey
of Scotland, being the northern Di
-vision of the parish of Kirriemuir
in the County of Forfar, there is
shewn, meeting on the top of a
Hill called "Catlaw", the bounda
ries of the three parishes of Kirrie
-muir, Lintrathen, & Kingoldrum.
These boundaries, besides being
the boundaries of three parishes,
are also the marches of three
properties, and between two of
these properties a dispute has
arisen to the precise bounda
-ry at the top of the hill, caused
partly by certain marks on the

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Ordnance Sheet, & which I think
some explanations from you or
the officer who made the survey
may tend to clear up.
The boundary of the Parishes
at the top takes something like
this shape.


The pole put up by the Royal En
-gineers, as indicating the top of the
hill, is at the point marked 2196.
The point 2186 is the old Cairn of
Catlaw which has long been recog
-nised as the point where the three
parishes meet. But apparent-

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