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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
STRATH EARN Strath Earn
Strath Earn
Strath Earn
Mr. Reid, Writer, Auchterarder
Mr. Smitton, Banker, Auchterarder
Mr. Ogilvy, Ph. [Parish] Schoolmaster
108 ; 118 Nearly two thirds of the Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder is included within Strath Earn. It is a fine agricultural district, and studded with numerous gentlemens Seats, Strath Earn is of great extent, reaching from Crieff to several miles east of the Bridge of Earn where the river joins the Tay.
RIVER EARN River Earn
River Earn
River Earn
Mr. Reid.
Mr. Smitton.
Mr. Ogilvy
108 A considerable Stream forming partly the northern Bdy [Boundary] of the Ph. [Parish] it rises in Loch Earn and flows in an Easterly Direction through a beautiful country, till it empties itself into the Tay Several miles below Perth, for many miles along the upper part of this River, is Situated Some of the Finest Scenery in Perthshire

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County of Perth. Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder.

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