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OS1/17/34/48

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOCH A' BHLAIR Loch a' Bhlàir
Loch a' Bhlàir
Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke, Kilmallie
Mr. James Fraser Gamekeeper, Achnacarry.
Mr A. Cameron
110 A sheet of fresh water, situate on the nort of Loch Arkaig; and about a mile & a half north-west of Cuinich. Sig: [Signifies] "The Loch of the Flat"
LOCHAN DUBH Lochan Dubh
Lochan Dubh
Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke, Kilmallie
Mr. James Fraser Gamekeeper, Achnacarry.
Mr A. Cameron
110 A small sheet of fresh water situate about a quarter of a mile north of "Loch a' Bhlàir" Sig. [Signifies] "The small black Loch"
SRON GHORM-ACHADH AN T-SEILICH Sròn Ghorm-Achadh an t-Seilich Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke, Kilmallie
Mr. James Fraser Gamekeeper, Achnacarry.
Mr A. Cameron
109 ; 110 A rocky point situate about a half a mile west of "Lochan Dubh" Sig: [Signifies] "The Point of the Blue field of the Willows"
COIRE BEITHICH Coire Beitich Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke, Kilmallie
Mr. James Fraser Gamekeeper, Achnacarry.
Mr A. Cameron
110 A hollow feature situate about ¼ of a mile north east of "Lochan Dubh" Sig: [Signifies] "The Corry of the Birch"

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