List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT TAIGE Allt Taige Rvd. [Reverend] A. D McKenzie Free Church Manse Beauly
M. R. McLean Mullardoch Glen Cannich
026 [Situation] This Stream is the County bdy. [boundary] for its whole length between Ross - and Inverness.
This name signifies Burn of attachment, it applies to a mountain Stream about three miles long, taking its rise in Loch Tuill Bhearnach, it flows in a Southeastern direction until it joins Loch Mullardoch.
The property of James Sutherland Chisholm of Chisholm, Erchless Castle by Beauly. Inverness=shire.
COIRE GLAS-LIATH Coire Glas-liath Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie. Beauly
Mr. R. McLean
026 This name signifies Greyish Corry it applies to a large corry situated at the northeast side of Allt Taige, and extends for about a mile from Loch Tuill Bhearnach, along Allt Taige.
The Chisholm of Chisholm proprietor
LOCH TUILL BHEARNAICH Loch Tuill Bhearnach Rvd. [Reverend] A. D. McKenzie
Mr. R. McLean
026 This name applies to a small loch Situated about ¾ of a mile, West of Càrn nan Gobhar and on the County boundary of Ross and Inverness East side of Loch Ceirig Bag The name signifies Loch of the Cut out holes.
The property of The Chisholm

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Transcriber's notes

The volume index shows the Name as "Loch Tuill Bhearnach".

In the Descriptive Remarks for LOCH TUILL BHEARNAICH, there is a name which is not easily readable and looks like: "Loch C[e]ing Bag", this MAY refer to Loch a' Choire Bhig (thanks to moderators for help here).

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George Howat