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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BEITH OG Beith Òg
Young Birch
Mr Cameron, Glen Turret
Mr John Boyle, Bohuntine
Mr A McDonald Auchavady Glen Roy
112 ; 127 A long narrow hill lying between the River Fintaig and the River Gloy it was at one time a birch wood but there is scarcly a tree to be seen upon it at present; it is the property of the trustees of Belfords Hospital. Fort William. it attains an altitude of 2000 ft. [feet]
ALLTNARAY Alltnaray Mr Cameron, Glen Turret
Mr John Boyle, Bohuntine
Mr a McDonald Achavady Glen Roy
112 A small shepherds house in Glen Gloy at the foot of the Beith Og. The property of the Trustees of Belford's Hospital Fort William

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