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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LEAC CHORRACH Leac Chorrach Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clarke. Coprach
Alexander Cameron. Bunarkaig
James Fraser. Bunarkaig
111 "The precipitious hill side" A bold rocky portion of moor-land a little to the north of Glas Dhoire Mòr
ALLT GLAS Allt Glas Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clarke. Coprach
Alexander Cameron. Bunarkaig
James Fraser. Bunarkaig
111 "The Grey stream" A Small stream rising on the south base of Leac Chorrac flowing Southward into Loch Lochy.
ALLT NA MOLAICH Allt na Molaich Revd Dr [Reverend Doctor] Clarke. Coprach
Alexander Cameron. Bunarkaig
James Fraser. Bunarkaig
111 "The stream of the grass" A small stream rising on the South east base of Leac Chorrach flowing Southward into Loch Lochy
COILL INNIS MHIC CILLE RUAIDHE Coill' Innis Mhic Gille Ruaidhe Described in the nme book of 112

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