List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT A' MHARCAICH Allt a' Mhancaich
Allt a' Mhancaich
Allt a' Mhancaich
Revd [Reverend] H. MacKenzie
Mr James Macintosh
Mr Donald Munro
032 ; 044 A stream having its source a short distance to the West of Càrn Dubh and after running in a Southern direction for for a distance of about 2 miles it enters the River Findhorn about one mile to the East of Dalarossie Church, it has two tributaries viz. Caochan na-Caillich & Caochan Dubh, and its bed is rugged and full of large stones and its banks are covered with Furze. It signifies the Risers Burn. N. Burnet Esqr Proprietor
Caochan Dubh
caochan Dubh
Rev [Reverend] H McKenzie
Mr James macintosh
Mr Donald Munro
032 A small stream having its source about equidistant between Càrn Choire odhaon and Càrn Dubh, and after running in a Southerly dorection it enters Allt Mharcaich about 3/4 of a mile from its source. It signifies the Black Streamlet.

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County of Inverness
Parish of Moy and Dalarossie

Transcriber's notes

[River Findhorn is crossed out and there is a fainter ink amendment] Kylachie Burn a little N. [North] of Tòrr na Garbole.
[in the same hand at the end, the signature] M Kyllachie Advocate Aberdeen.

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