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OS1/27/11/21

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOCH MÒR EILEABHAT Loch Mòr Eilabhat
Loch Mòr Eileabhat
Loch Mòr Eileabhat
John Morrison
John McKay
Allan Ross
006 [Situation] On the eastern side of the plan, 170 chains E. [East] by N. [North] of Blar nam Faoileag.
A fresh water loch of Considerable size, which is connected with Loch Beag Eilabhat by a small stream. It is said to abound in small black trout.
AMHUINN NA CLOICH Amhuinn na Cloiche
Amhuinn na Cloiche
Amhuinn na Cloiche
John Morrison
John McKay
Allan Ross
006 [Situation] Flows out of Loch Dubh na Maoime toward the S.E. [South East] and Crosses the plan line 200 chains E. [East] of Blar nam Paoileag.
A rapid stream, which flows out of Loch Dubh na Maoime, runs in a Southerly direction, and receives several small streams in its course. Signifies Stone River.

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