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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CREAG DHUBH Creag Dhubh Mr. D. Whyte
Mr. A. MacKintosh Eastertown
Mr. Angus Mackintosh Balnaclach
030 This name is applied to a conspicuous Craig Situated about 20 Chains West of Cas Liath, the property of C. Stewart esq of Brin, Name signifies "Black Craig"
CAS LIATH Cas Liath Mr. D White
Mr. Alexander Mackintosh
Mr. Angus Mackintosh
030 This name signifies "The Grey Steep" and is applied to a very Precipitous rocky eminence, Situated immediately South of Cas Garbh, C. Stewart esq. proprietor.
DUBH-LOCHAN Dubh-lochan Mr. D. Whyte
Mr. A. MacKintosh
Mr. A. MacKintosh
030 This name Signifies "Little Black loch" and is applied to a small loch Situated immediately east of Cas Liath, C Stewart esq. of Brin, proprietor

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