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OS1/17/47/9

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT EAR AN T-SOCAICH Allt an t-Socaich

Allt an t-Socaich
Revd A.D.MacKenzie,Beauly
Donald Fraser,Keeper Braulin
008 Applies to a small mountain stream having its source on the south side of the Hill called Curn nam Gobhar and flowing in a southerly direction for the distance of a mile where it joins with the stream called Allt Feagain and assists in forming that of Allt'Mhuilinn. The name signifies East Burn of the Ploughshsre.
ALLT FREUMHACH Allt Freumhach Revd A.D.MacKenzie, Beauly
Donald Fraser Keeper Braulin
008 A small mountain stream having its source about a quarter of a mile south from the summit of the hill called Lgor Ruadh and flowing in a southwesterly direction until it enters the stream Allt a'Mhuilinn about half a mile south of the confluence of Allt Feagain with Allt Ear an t-Socaich. The name signifies the "Rocky Burn"
COIRE MHUILINN Coire Mhuilinn

Coire Mhuilinn
Revd A.D.MacKenzie, Beauly
Donald Fraser, Keeper, Broalin
008 This name signifies the "Corry of the Mill" and is applies to a large hollow or corry situaed about one mile south of the hill Carn nan Gobhar, it is covered with healthy pasture, and is the property of Lord Lovat, Beaufort Castle by Beauly

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