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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
INNIS DHORCH Innis Dhorch
The dusty plain
Mr Ewen McPherson Shepherd Garvamore
Mr John McLarn Shepherd Incallgarbha
Revd. [Revernd] A. Campbell R.C.P. [Roman Catholic Priest]
114 A sheltered place at the west end of Coille Coire a' Bhèin, when Cattle are driven for to rest at night. The property of E. Baillie Esqr. Kingussie
COIRE AN T-SEAN GHAIDHIL Coire an t - Sean Ghaedhail
The old wise Highlander's or Philosopher's Coire
Mr Ewen McPherson Shepherd Garvamore
Mr John McLarn Shepherd Incallgarbha
Revd. [Reverend] A. Campbell R.C.P. [Roman Catholic Priest]
114 A Coire in Coire a' Bhein the original of the name is unknown The property of E. Baillie Esqr. Kingussie
LANN MHOR Lann Mhòr Big enclosure Mr ewen McPherson Shepherd Garvamore
Mr John McLarn Shepherd Incallgarbha
Revd. [Reverend] A. Campbell R.c.P. [Roman Catholic Priest]
114 The declivity on the east side of Carn Dubh. The property of E. Baillie Kingussie. Loine; i.e. unknown unless from Leac - declivity & Mhor - big; i.e. Large declivity

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Laggan Parish -- Inverness Shire

Notes This name applies to land that was at one time enclosed & cultivated. is written beside the entry for Lann Mòr.

Refer is written beside the entries for Innis Dhorch and Lann Mhòr.

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