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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
COIRE CRANNACH Coire Crannach
The Wooded Coire
Archie Kennedy; Shepherd Dalchooly
John McLarn; Shepherd Meallgarbha
Revd. [Reverend] A. Campbell. R.C.P. [Roman Catholic Priest]
114 A large coire lying between Carn Liath and Coile a choire Chrannaich; the property of Cluny McPherson.
COIRE NAN GALL Coire nan Gall
The Lowlanders' Corrie
Archie Kennedy; Shepherd Dalchooly
John McLarn; Shepherd Meallgarbha
Revd. [Reverend] A. Campbell. R.C.P. [Roman Catholic Priest]
A very bold rocky corie falling from the Buidh Aonach between Carn Liath and Coire Dubh. The property of Cluny Macpherson.
ALLT COIRE NAN GALL Allt Coire nan Gall
The Low landers' Corrie Stream
Archie Kennedy; Shepherd Dalchooly
John McLarn; Shepherd Meallgarbha
Revd. [Reverend] A. Campbell. R.C.P. [Roman Catholic Priest]
114 A stream rising in Coire nan Goill and flowing till it joins Allt a choire Chrannach after which it is Known by the name of Allt a Chrannachain

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Laggain Parish -- Inverness Shire

Notes No Sassanack is written beside the entry for Coire nan Gall.

Refer is written beside the entry for Allt Coire nan Gall.

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