List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BEALACH NAM BOGAN Bealach nam Bogan

Bealach nam Bogan
Revd A.D.MacKenzie Beauly
Donald Fraser, Keeper Braulin
008 Applies to a hollow or mountain pass situated at about equal distance between the hills known as Carn nan Gobhar and that of Sqor ruadh, it is covered with healthy pasture and is the property of Lord Lovat. The name signifies "Pass of the Peat [Hagsor Duagmircs"]
CARN NAN GOBHAR Carn nan Gobhar

Carn nan Gobhar
Revd A.D.MacKenzie F.C.Manse Beauly
Donald Fraser, Keeper Braulin Glen Strathfarrar
008 This name signifies the "Curin fo the Goats" It is applies to a large eminence situated on the boundary between the Counties of Ross & Inverness at about one mile to a quarter north west of the hill known as Sgor Ruadh, its summit is entirely covered with [coarse] stones, and producing no vegetation of any kind. It is the property of Lord Lovat, Beauford Castle, by Beauly.

Revd A.D.MacKenzie, Beauly
Donald Fraser, Keeper Braulin
008 This name is applies to the south side of the above mentioned hill it is covered partly with mountain grass and partly with healthy pasture. The name signifies a "Hillside abounding in mountain grass" It is the property of Lord Lovat

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