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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
DUKE OF CUMBERLAND'S BASTION [Fort George] Duke of Cumberland's Bastion
Duke of Cumberland's Bastion
Duke of Cumberland's Bastion
Name Cut on Salient Angle
Lieut. [Lieutenant] McCallum R.A. [Royal Artillery]
Mr Edes. Clerk of Works
001 The northeast Bastion of Fort George, it is named after the 2nd Son of George the 2nd whose title was Duke of Cumberland it has 15 gun Platforms, 3 of which are traversing and 2 for Mortars. No. [Number] of embrasures 12.

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Fort George Parish of Ardersier
County of Inverness

Prince Henry Frederick's Bastion
Prince Henry Frederick's Bastion
Prince Henry Frederick's Bastion
Name cut on Salient Angle
Lieut. [Lieutenant] McCallum R.A. [Royal Artillery]
Mr. Edes. Clerk of Works
The north Bastion of Fort George. It has 8 gun Platforms 3 of which are traversing. No. [Number] of embrasures 8.

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Prince Henry Frederick's Bastion - not listed on table but is listed on original page - transcribed in continued entries.

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