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OS1/25/17/21

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
THE CAPE The Cape
The Cape
The Cape
The Cape
Angus Kerr, Bowbridge
John Welsh, Collace
Mr. Stewart, Kinrossie
Mr. Alexander Ritchie, Resident Factor
087 A prominent top on, and near the west end of the range of the Seidlaws. its surface is rough pasture with some out croping rocks.
DUNSINANE HILL Dunsinane Hill
Dunsinane Hill
Dunsinane Hill
Dunsinane Hill
Dunsinane Hill
Dunsinane Hill
Dunsinane Hill
Dunsinane Hill
Dunsinane Hill
Dunsinnane
Dunsinnan
Mr. Stewart, Tailor, Kinrossie a member of the antiquarian society
The Rev. [Reverend] Mr. Robertson Woodside
Wyntoun's Chron. [Chronicle] of Scotland
Old & New Stat. [Statistical] Accounts
Shakespeare
Pennant's Tour 1772
Mr. Clark Writer, and Factor
Mr. Alexander Ritchie Resident Factor
County Directory
County Map
087 A tolerably sized hill being one of the Seid Laws, its surface consists of rough pasture. On its summit is a fine British fort, having 3 ramparts or walls on all sides, but the south and south east and is also naturally well defended by a steep slope or bank round the south and east sides.
FORT [Macbeth's Castle] Macbeth's Castle Mr. Stewart, Tailor, Kinrossie a member of the antiquarian society
The Rev. [Reverend] Mr. Robertson Woodside Wyntoun's Chrons. [Chronicles] of Scotland
Old & New Stat. [Statistical] Accounts Shakespeare Pennant's Tour 1772
Mr. Clark Writer, and Factor
Mr. Alexander Ritchie Resident Factor
087 On its summit is a fine British fort, having 3 ramparts or walls on all sides, but the south and south east and is also naturally well defended by a steep slope or bank round the south and east sides. This fort is popularly known by the name of "Macbeth's Castle" from the fact, as tradition says, that Macbeth had took shelter on it from his enemies during the latter part of his turbulent reign a few years ago Mr. Nairne the proprietor, excavated the east end of it, and on digging a few feet under the surface, 4 rude apartments or chambers were found built of freestone, which Mr. Stewart of Kinrossie says must have been brought from Fifeshire as the same nature of stone is not to be found in this neighbourhood and from this circumstance

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Fort
(in O. E. [Old English] Macbeth's Castle)
J.B.
L. Col. [Lieutenant Colonel]

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