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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LÒN BUIDEIL Lòn Buideil Mr. McLean,
Mr. McDonald,
Mr. McKenzie,
008 This name signifies "Burn of the CasK", and applied to a stream having its source a short distance southwards of the district of Valtos, and flowing into Loch Mealt,
DÙN DEARG Dùn Dearg Mr. McLean,
Mr. McDonald,
Mr. McKenzie
Revd [Reverend] John Darroch Portree
Revd [Reverend] A Martin Snizort
008 This name applies to a rocKy Knoll situated a short distance eastwards of the district of Elishader, and in the immediate vicinity of the district of Valtos, It is supposed to have been a Fort or Strong hold erected by the Druids, but nothing is definitely Known about it in the district. The foundation of walls, all that is now to be seen, are of the same thicKness as those of the Danish Forts, and are most liKely of the same origin. Captn [Captain] Fraser proprietor Meaning Red Fort

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