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OS1/24/19/50

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
PEGGY'S POOL Peggy's Pool
Peggy's Pool
Mr Brown Newhall Mr Hunter Carlops 002 [Situation] In the River North Esk near the west end of Habbie's How

A small pool in the river Esk at the top of which is a small waterfall. where the two Young women, Peggy and Jenny, mentioned in the Gentle Shepherd used to go for the Purpose of bathing
SANDY CAVE Sandy Cave
Sandy Cave
Mr Browne Newhall Mr Hunter Carlops 002 [Situation] About 10 chains NNE [North North East] of Turtlebank

A sandstone Rock on the South side of the Esk in which there is a cave which is said to be a Natural One, the cave is very irregularly formed and is about 8 feet broad by about 18 or 20 feet long. A person would suppose it to be artificially made as the rock being of such a Sandy nature that it could be very easily bored through

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