List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOCH NA PAISG Loch na Paisg Mr M. Campbell 039 This name means Loch of the cattle fold [ [then added] or a swab of cloth wrapt up - to wrap up] and is applied to a small loch situated a short distance to the south-west of Loch Mor.
DUN NA H-OLA Dun na h-Ola
Dun na Hola
Mr M. Campbell A. A. Carmichael Esq
[write as pronounced]
039 This name is applied to what is supposed to have been an old fort at one time, its foundation can be traced as large stones can be seen built in a circular form its interior is full of large stones and rubbish. "Meaning obscure".
SCHOOL - ISLAND OF BALESHARE School (Boys & Girls) Mr M. Campbell 039 This name is applied to a Government School in course of erection situated in the Island of Baleshare about its centre. It will be used for the Education of Boys & Girls.

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