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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOCHAN NAN LEARG Lochan nan Learg Neil McIntyre, Howbeg.
A. A. Carmichael, Esq
050 This name applies to a very small lochan situated a little to the North of the point where Abhuinn Ruadh and Glendorchay River unite property of J. Gordon Esqr, Cluny Castle.
ABHUINN RUADH Abhuinn Ruadh Neil McIntyre, Howbeg.
A. A. Carmichael. Esq.
050 This name signifies "The Red River", it has its source on the West end of "Hecla" and flows for about a mile in a Westerly direction when it is joined by "Glendorchy River
MAOLADH CREAG NAM FITHEACH Maoladh Creag nam Fitheach Neil McIntyre, Howbeg.
A. A. Carmichael . Esq.
050 ; 053 This name signifies Hill of the "Ravens Craig", and applies to a little hill situated on the West shoulder of "Hecla" property of John Gordon Esquire, Cluny Castle.
NA FIR BHREIGE Na Fir BhrÊige A A Carmichael. Esq
Neil McIntyre, Howbeg.
050 ; 051 Signifies Deception. "The false men", it applies to alittle hollow a little to the West of Loch a Choire property of J. Gordon Esquire, Cluny Castle.

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