List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BEINN A' BHACAIDH Beinn a' Bhacaidh Mr Stewart, schoolmaster, Boleskine
Mr J. Campbell Dalchapple
Mr Richmond, Keeper, Knockie
068 ; 069 A very conspicuous and isolated rocky eminence situated immediately east of Loch Ness. The property of J. M. Grant Esq. Of Glenmoriston. Name signifies "Hill of Obstruction or Hinderance"
LOCHAN MAM-CHUILL Lochan mam-chuill Mr Hay each. MacDonald, Fort Augustus.
Mr A. McPherson, Glendocbeg.
Rev. [Reverend] J. McLean, F. C. [Free Church] Errogie
068 A small mountain Loch situated south east of Beinn a' Bhacaidh, name signifies " Small Lock of the Big Shick"
YEW TREE [Beinn a' Bhacaidh] 068 On the face of this hill [Beinn a' Bhacaidh] and about 30 chains North West from its summit is a large Yew tree supposed to be 700 years old.

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