List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
River Teith
River Teith
Duncan G. Robertson (Callinder)
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Fergusson (Doune)
Mr. John Sands
124 A large and beatiful river formed by the confluence of two highland streams, about ½ a mile above the Bridge of Callender, Its entire course is about 12 miles (in a straight line) it forms the boundary between the parishes of Kincardine (Det. [Detached]) & Kilmadock about 3 miles below Callender "for about 1¼ mile", from thence it sweeps past the town of Doune & joins the River Forth, at the Bridge of Drip 2¼ miles north-west of Stirling,

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County of Perth -- Ph. [Parish] of Kincardine (Det. [Detached])

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