List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT CLEITH-BRIC Allt Cleith-bric Revd [Reverend] Mr. Joass
Mr. D. Munro
053; 054 This name applies to a large Mountain Stream Having Its source a short distance East of Loch an Tairbh it runs Northward to it enters Loch Naver half a mile East of Cleithbric
1-inch Revision October 1894
Klibreck Burn John Box Esq. factor Tongue
See 1 inch Name list of Sh. [Sheet] 108 submitted to him
1-inch Revision October 1894
Mr. William Munro Innkeeper &c
Mr. Ronald McDonald Keeper Altnaharra
Mr. Fraser Keeper Altnaharra
See I-Inch Name list of sh. [sheet] 108
053 A collection of houses consisting of the F.C. [Free Church] and Manse Keepers' houses & Inn where letters are received for the post. or Mail Coach to Lairg & Tongue.
1-inch Revision October 1894
Klibreck Lodge John Box Esq. factor Tongue
See I-inch Name list of sh. [sheet] 108 No.17
053 A handsome building used as a shooting lodge and situated at the West end of Loch Naver. Property of the Duke of Sutherland

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Allt Cleith-bric [Note]
Corrected to agree with the name of the hill given in the Revd. [Reverend] J.M. Joass' letter
of the 28th Novr [November] 1872. viz, Beinn Cleith-bric

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