List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
COIREIN EASAICH Corein Easaich Revd. [Reverend] Mr Joass Golspie
Mr McKenzie, Gobernuisgeach
041; 042 This name signifies “Cascade Corry” and applies to a corry situate at the rise of "Allt Coire na h-Easaich" Duke of Sutherland proprietor
1-inch Revision October 1894
Coir' an Easaidh
Coir' an Easaidh
Coir' an Easaidh
Mr. John Munro shd. [shepherd] Cuniside
Mr. John Mackintosh Kinloch
Mr. Donald McKay Eriboll
041; 042 [signifies] Corry of the Cascade or waterfall
LOCH A' BHEALAICH BHÀIN Loch a' Bhealaich Bhàin Revd. [Reverend] Mr Joass.
Mr McKenzie.
042 This name signifies “Loch of the White Pass,” and applies to a small loch situate at the N.E [North East] end of Beinn Direach.
CLACH-BHUAILE Clach-bhuaile Revd. [Reverend] Mr Joass
Mr. McKenzie
042 This name signifies “Stony Herding” and applies to 2 tracts of Moorland one situate 1 mile SW [South West] of Cnoc a' Chlaios, and the other 90 chains SW [Southwest] of the same, both being formerly used for herding or grazing cattle

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