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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ABHUINN BUAIL' AN TAIRBH Buail' an Tairbh
Abhuinn Bual' an Tairbh
Mr. McFarlane, Shepherd, Caolas Stulay Lochboisdale, A.A. Carmichael, Esq.
D. Beaton Lochboisdale
055 This name Signifies "The Bulls Stream", and applies to a Stream issuing from Loch [Coragremsaig] and flowing for a short distance until it Joins Abhuinn Armish
GLEN LABISDALE Glen Labasdale
Glen Lubadale
Glen Labisdaale
Gleann Lapasdail
Mr. McFarlane, Shepherd, Caolas Stulay Lochboisdale,
Johnston's Map
D. Beaton
A A Carmichael Esqr.
055 This name applies to a tract of low ground Covered with heath. property of John Gordon, Esquire Cluny Castle, Aberdeenshire,
Situated to the west of Loch Stulaval
RIVER LABISDALE River Labisdale
Abhuinn Gleann Lapasdail
Mr. McFarlane, Shepherd, Caolas Stulay, Lochboisdale,
D. Beaton
A A Carmichael Esqr.
055 Signifies Stream of "Glen Labisdale", has its source at the north west end of the Glen of the Same name, flows south easterly until it Joins Abhuinn Aimash from thence, in a South Westerly direction, until it Joins, of falls into "Loch A Barp".

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Re entries 'Labisdale' - both these names have been corrected and under them is written:- J.T.H. 28.Aug.77

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