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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
TOM A GHUÌLA Tom a Ghìula
Tom a Ghìula
Tom a Ghìula
John Morrison
John McKay
Allan Ross
006 [Situation] On the South western margin of the plan, 60 chains S E. [South East] by E [East] of Blar nam Faoileag.
A small, round, and low, mossy pasture Knoll on the summit of which is a trigl. [trigonometrical] Station. Signifies Weeping Hillock.
LOCH NAN CAORAN Loch nan Caoran
Loch nan Caoran
Loch nan Caoran
John Morrison
John McKay
Allan Ross
006 [Situation] On the southern margin of the plan, 80 chains E.S.E [East South East] of Blar nam Faoleag.
A small fresh water Loch with two shealings on its margin. A small stream flows out of it, into a small nameless loch adjacent to it. Signifies Broken Peat Loch.

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