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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CAMAS NA MUIC Camas na Muic Mr William McLean, Lochadraing 019A A bay on the east side of An Dguiteach. Meaning, "Creek of the Pig."
SCHOOL [Cove] School
School
School
Mr William McLean, Lochadraing
Mr Kenneth Chisholm, Cove
Mr Murdo McKenzie, Carnstrovaig
019A A schoolroom and teacher's residence inthe village of Cove. It is supported by the Society for the Propogation of Christian Knowledge, and the fees of the pupils. Average number of scholars 30.
LOCH EWE Loch Ewe Mr William McLean, Lochadraing 019A A large Arm of the Sea running inland from the Minch about 10 miles. The village of Poolewe is situated at the south end of the Loch and it contained numerous Islands the principal one being Ewe Island upon which there is an excellent arable farm Dwelling House and Steading.

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Ph. [Parish] of Gairloch Ross-Shire
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