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OS1/27/3/23

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOCH NA MUIL'NE Loch na Muil'ne
Loch na Muil'ne
Loch na Muil'ne
John Morrison
John McKay
Allan Ross
003 [situation] In the north E. [East] section of the plan, 30 chains S.E. [South East] of Suainabost Village.
A small fresh water loch, at the Southern base of Druim Loch na Muilne. There is a Small island in it, and a Small nameless stream flows out of its Eastern end into Amhuinn Shuainaboist. Signifies Mill Loch
CAMPAR BÉAG Campar Béag
Campar Béag
Campar Béag
John Morrison
John McKay
Allan Ross
003 [situation] On the eastern margine of the plan, 70 chains S.E. [South East] by E. [East] of Suainabost Village.
A long narrow mossy hill, which forms the Western continuation of Campar Mor. Its western and Eastern ends are considerably wider and higher than its middle.

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Transcriber's notes

Muilne was and is the correct form of the word. There should not have been an apostrophe within the word, and there should not have been an acute (or any) accent in the word Beag.

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