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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT SLOCHDAIN CHAOIL Allt an t-Sluichd Chaoil
Allt an t-Sluichd Chaoil
Allt an t-Sluichd Chaoil
Allt an t-Sluichd Chaoil
Mr A. McGillivray.
Mr D. McGillivray.
Mr A. McTavish Migovie.
John McLean Free Church Minister
055 A small mountain stream collecting about 30 chains east of Càrn Choire Riabhaich, and flowing in and north easterly direction until it joins Allt na Crìche. Name signifies "Burn of the Harrow pit"
CARN LIATH Càrn Liath Mr AE. McTavish
Mr J. Fraser
055 A small eminence situated about ½ a mile east of Migovie. Partly the property of Lord Lovat and partly the property of Mrs Masson. Name signifies "The Grey Cairn"
MIGOVIE Migovie John Peters Esq. Factor
Mr J. Fraser.
Mr A. McGillivray.
Mr William F. McLean
055 A one story farmhouse with suitable outbuildings attached slated and in good repair the property of Lord Lovat Beaufort Castle by Beauly Invs [Inverness]

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County of Inverness -- Parish of Boleskine & Abertarff

ALLT SLOCHDAIN CHAOIL - Submitted a second time to the authorities who now give this mode of writing name.

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