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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
GLAS-BHEINN BHEAG Glas-bheinn Bheag
Glas-bheinn Bheag
Glas-bheinn Bheag
Rev. [Reverend] J. Baillie
Mr. J. Macintosh
Mr J. Stuart
041 A high rocky hill with a little heathy pasture on it, situated to the north of Meall Fuar Mhonaidh its name signifies the little Grey Mountain.
ALLT GLAS BEAG Allt Glas Beag
Allt Glas Beag
Allt Glas Beag
Rev. [Reverend] J. Baillie
Mr. J. Macintosh
Mr J. Stuart
041 A small stream which issues from Lochan Dubh on the northern face of Glas-bheinn Bheag, after a course of about one mile it falls into River Coillte at the west end of Corbay Wood, its name signifies the little Grey Burn
LOCHAN DUBH Lochan Dubh
Lochan Dubh
Lochan Dubh
Rev. [Reverend] J. Baillie
Mr. J. Macintosh
Mr J. Stuart
041 A very small loch out of which issues Allt Glas Bheag, it is situated on the northern side of Glas-bheinn Bheag, its name signifies the little black loch

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