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OS1/33/16/2

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
UAMH CHÀM Uamh Chàm Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass.
Mr. John McKay.
001 This name signifies the "CrooKed Cave," and applies to a small Creek situated a short distance to the S [South] West of "Cape Wrath." It is on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
AMHAINN CHEARBHAIG Amhainn Chearbhaig Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass.
Mr. John McKay.
001 The meaning of this word is not Known it applies to a stream issuing from "Loch na Gainmich," but bearing the name Allt Cnoc nan Fiadh for a short distance, thence flowing in a northerly direction until it falls into "Bagh "Chearbhaig.
KEARVAIG RIVER 1-inch Revision Oct. 1894 Kearvaig River Evander McIver Esq. factor Golspie
See 1-inch Name list of sh. [sheet] 113 No.8.
001
ACAIRSEID CHOINNICH OIG Acairseid Chonnich Oig Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass.
Mr. John McKay.
001 This name signifies "anchorage of young Kenneth," it apples to a small Creek, or Bay. situated at "Cape Wrath," and within a very short distance of the Lighthouse.
STAC AN DÙNAIN Stac an Dùnain Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass.
Mr. John McKay.
001 This name signifies "Steep Rock of the Little Heap" and applies to a low water Rock at the utmost extremity of "Cape Wrath." and within a few Chains of the Light House.

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