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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
FUARAN MOR Fhuaran Mhòr
Large Well
Mr Ewen McPherson Shep. [Shepherd] Garvamore
Mr John McLarn Shepherd Meallgarbha
Revd. [Reverend] A Campbell R.C.P. [Roman Catholic Priest]
114 A marshy place on the south west side of Meall a' Chaoruinn Mhòr, it is at present covered with snow. The property of E. Baillie Esqr.
AN DOIRE An Doire
The wood
Mr Ewen McPherson Shep. [Shepherd] Garvamore
Mr John McLarn Shepherd Meallgarbha
Revd. [Reverend] A Campbell R.C.P. [Roman Catholic Priest]
114 A hill rising between Allt a' Chaoruinn and Allt an Doire; property of E. Baillie Esqr. Kingussie. (Supposed to have been wooded at one time) this attains an altitude of upwards of 2000 ft [feet]
ALLT NA DOIRE Allt na Doire
The Wood Stream
Mr Ewen McPherson Shep. [Shepherd] Garvamore
Mr John McLarn Shepherd Meallgarbha
Revd. [Reverend] A Campbell R.C.P. [Roman Catholic Priest]
114 A stream rising at the west side of An Doire and flowing into Allt a Chàoruinn.

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Laggan Parish -- Inverness - Shire

[Signature] James Archbold S.R.E. [Sapper Royal Engineers]

Note Roman print iswritten beneath the entry for An Doire in the List of Names column.

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