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OS1/17/42/19

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
TEANGA MHOR Teanga Mhòr
Big Tongue
Origin of this name unknown
John Boyle, Bohuntine Glen Roy
Mr A. Mac. Donald Achavady Shepherd
Mr John Cameron Glen Turret Shepherd Glen Roy
112 This name applies to the hill rising between Allt a' Leagan Mhòr and Allt a' Gleainne Eachaiche E. Ballie Esqr proprietor
TEANGA BHEAG Teanga Beag
Little Tongue
Origin unknown
John Boyle, Bohuntine Glen Roy
Mr A. Mac. Donald Achavady Shepherd
Mr John Cameron Glen Turret Shepherd Glen Roy
097 ; 112 The hill rising between Allt Teangan Mhòr and Allt Teangan Bheag. E. Ballie Esqr.proprietor
MEALL A' CHOMHLAIN Meall a' Chomhlain
The Hill of the Duel
John Boyle, Bohuntine Glen Roy
Mr A. Mac. Donald Achavady Shepherd
Mr John Cameron Glen Turret Shepherd Glen Roy
112 A high hill between Allt a' Chomhlain and Allt a' Teangan Bheag A portion of the "Parallel Roads" runs round its south east & South west Slope. E. Ballie Esqr. proprietor

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Notes Roman print is written beneath Meall a' Chòmhlain in the List of Names column.

it allains [attains] an altitude of 2004 ft. [feet] is written beside the entry for Meall a' Chomhlain.

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Eleanor Brown

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