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OS1/17/3/62

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT SHUAS GLAS-CHOIRE Allt Shuas Glas-choire Revd [Reverend] N Dewar
Mr D Campbell
Mr John Guthrie
086 This stream rises in several small branches, at the west side of Glas Coire, and falls along the west side of this corry for a distance of about a mile and a half when it joins Allt Shiòs Glas choire, after which it is Known as Allt Fiònn-righe It means West stream of the Grey Corry
MEALL A' BHOTHAIN Meall a' Bhothain
Meall a' Bhothain
Meall a' Bhothain
Revd [Reverend] N Dewar
Mr D Campbell
Mr John Guthrie
086 This is a high hill at the north side of Glas Coire, the top of which forms the boundary between the parishes of Moy & Dalarossie and Kingussie, It means Bothy Hill

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