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KILTEARN Kiltearn Imperial Gazetteer of Scotland 051; 052; 064; 065; 076; 077 Kiltearn. A parish in the Presbytery of Dingwall and Synod of Ross. patron. The Crown. It Contains the post office village of Evanton & the village of Drummond in Ross-shire. Its length south-east-ward is about 20 miles and its breadth along the coast is about 6 miles and in the interior is variable. The huge mountain Ben Wyvis is on the boundary with Fodderty. Allt the rest of the interior excepting a tract of from 1 mile to 2 miles in breadth along the Coast is Continuous upland, wild and uncultivated, Consisting of a mass of hills covered with heath and interspersed with extensive tracts of moor and mossy ground and valleys covered with Coarse grass. Along the Coast the parish is arable and exhibits a rich appearance; the fields are regularly enclosed and several elegant seats are seen surrounded with thriving plantations. It is bounded on the north and [Continued on page 5]

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