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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BRUACH CÙLCHÀRN Bruach Cùlchàrn Rev [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke
Mr James Fraser
Mr A. Cameron
110 Applies to a certain place on the north side of Loch ArKaig; and about a mile west of "Rudha Cheanna Mhuir" Sig:- [Signification] "Bank of Culcairn"
"Munro of Culcairn, Ross, was sent by the Government in 1746 to plunder Knoydart & Loch ArKaig, driving away cattle, burning houses &c &c During the expidition, a Cameron on LochasKaig side was Killed. The father vowed vengeance, watched Munro's return, & shot him dead at the place, which still retains the name" Note - Rev. Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clarke LLD [Doctor of Laws]
RUDHA CHEANNA MHUIR Rudha Cheanna Mhuir Rev [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] Clarke
Mr James Fraser
Mr A. Cameron
110 A point on the north shore of Loch AsKaig, situate about a mile west of Muick. Sig:- Sig:- [Signification] "Point of the head of the Loch, or Sea"

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