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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
AN LETH-ALLT An Leth-allt
An Leth-allt
A.McKenzie Schoolmaster Marybro

W. A Mackenzie Crofter
Heights of Dochcarty
075; 076 This name is applied to a Stream having its source at the foot of Ben Wyvis to the west. It runs in an easterly direction to its confluence with Amhainn Sgiathach and Amhainn Dhubh, Signifies Half Burn.
Property of Her Grace the Duchess of Sutherland
CNOC NA BAINNSE Cnoc na Bainnse
Cnoc na Bainnse
Mr A C McKenzie
Mr A MacKenzie
076 This name is applied to a small hill situated adjacent to Amhainn Sgiathach a little to the South-east of the confluences of An Leth-Allt. Signifies The Wedding Hill. Property of her Grace the Duchess of Sutherland.
DRUIM AN T-SLUICHD Druim an t-Sluichd
Druim an t-Sluichd
Mr A C McKenzie
Mr A MacKenzie
076 This name signifies Hollow of the ridges. Situated between Cnoc na Bainnse and Druim a'Chuilein. Property of Her Grace the Duchess of Sutherland.

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