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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
REIDH NA CLUAISE Reidh na Cluaise
Reidh na Cluaise
Rev [Reverend] John McLean
Mr. Angus McLennan
108 A large green Flat situated south of "Druim Coire nan Laogh. Sig [Signifies]: "Flat of the Ear" property of Lord Lovat.
ALLT REIDH NA CLUAISE Allt Reidh na Cluaise
Allt Reidh na Cluaise
Rev [Reverend] John McLean
Mr. Angus McLennan
108 A small stream collecting on the S.W. [South West] end of "Druim Coire nan Laogh" and flowing S. [South] through the E. [East] end of "Reidh na Cluaise" and entering the stream flowing through "Gleann an Lochain Ghaineamhaich" Sig [Signifies]:- "Burn of the Flat of the Ear." property of Lord Lovat.
CREAG NAN DEARCAG Creag nan Dearcag
Creag nan Dearcag
Rev [Reverend] John McLean
Mr. Angus McLennan
108 Applies to a large Craig on the south side of "Gleann an Lochain Ghaineamhaich" and about ½ a mile from its eastern extremity the name signifies "Rock of the Berries" property of Lord Lovat. Beaufort Castle, by Beauly

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Inverness-shire Parish of Glenelg 6 Inch Sheet 108 [Page] 29

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