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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT AN LAGHAIR Allt an Laghair
Allt an Laghair
Revd. [Reverend] A D, MacKenzie.
Mr John Fraser.
038 ; 051 This name signifies "Burn of the Hoof" and applies to a stream formed by allt Fraoch-choire and allt nan Cnapan thence past Loch na Gillean, and after receiving the waters of "Allt nan Sean-each" flowing North into "Loch an Laghair.
ALLT NAN SEAN-EACH Allt nan Sean-each
Allt nan Sean-each
Revd. [Reverend] A D MacKenzie
Mr John Fraser
038 This name signifies "Burn of the Old Horses", and applies to a Small Stream issuing from "Loch nan Sean-ach" and thence flowing S.W [South West] until it joins "Allt an Laghair" at a point about 45 Chains below "Loch na Gillean"
ALLT TOLL NA H-IMRICH Allt Toll na h-Imrich Rev [Reverend] A. D. MacKenzie
Mr. H. McLean
038 [Situation] It forms part of the boundary between the Counties of Inverness & Ross
This name Signifies "Burn of the Flitting Corry" and applies to a Small Stream which Collects in Coire Toll na h-Imrich, and flows in a north easterly direction, on its leaving the Corry it is Known by the Name Allt Lùb Nam Meann

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Parish of Kilmorack -- County of Inverness

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