List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
GLEN BRITTLE Gleann Brittle D McKinnon Drynoch
Mr McIntyre Sconcer
038; 044 This name is applied to a Glen about 3 miles in length and is reckoned the most Magnificent Glen in the Island, on the West side there is a fine grassy slope to the top of Beinn A Bhràghad, and on the South East side (rising up in majestic splendour) is the famous Coolin Hills property of Mcleod of Mcleod
SGÙRR THUILM Sgùrr Thuilm D McKinnon Drynoch
Mr McIntyre Sconcer
038; 044 Applies to a hill of considerable extent situated about 1 mile South of the junction Allt A Mhainn and Allt Coir A Mhadaidh, it is covered with healthy pasture, the property of McLeod of McLeod

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Glen Brittle [note] Probably a corruption of Breit-dal = "broad - dale", Norse.

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