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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
FEADAN MÒR Feadan Mòr
Feadan Mòr
Feadan Mòr
John Morrison
John McKay
Allan Ross
006 [Situation] Flows N. [North] along the western side of the plan, and falls into Amhuinn Dhubh 130 chains W. by N. [West by North] of Cellar Head.
A stream of considerable Size, which flows out of Loch Athrabhatan, and passes close to Loch Bacabhat Chrois, at which place it receives the name "Amhuinn Dhuibh". Signifies Large Stream.
LOCH NAN LEARGA Loch na Learga
Loch nan Learga
Loch nan Learga
John Morrison
John McKay
Allan Ross
006 [Situation] On the southern side of the plan, 50 chains W. by N. [West by North] of Cellar Head.
A small, and very shallow, fresh water Loch, containing six small islands, situated between the head of Allt Sgibagerraidh and Feadan na Maoine. Signifies Rain Geese Loch.

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43 - Feadan Mòr [note] Large Stream
46 - Loch nan Learga [note] Water Goose Loch

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