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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CARN DUBH Càrn Dubh Mr D Fraser
Mr D Stewart
069 A large hill situated about 1 mile west of Killin Lodge. Name signifies "Black Cairn"
COIRE GLAS Coire Glas Mr D Fraser
Mr D Stewart
John Peters Esq. Factor
069 This name signifies "The Grey Corry" and is applied to a large rocky hollow, situated immediately to the north west of Killin Lodge and south of Creag Acain. The property of Lord Lovat, Beaufort Castle by Beauly Ivs [Inverness]
Creag Acain
Creag Acain
Creag Acain
Mr D. Fraser
Mr John Reid
Mr D. Stewart
Rev. [Reverend] J. McLean, F. C. [Free Church]
069 A very conspicuous rock immediately to the west of Loch Killin. Name signifies, "The Weeping or Distressing Rock"

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