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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CNOC NA DALACH BÀINE Cnoc na Dalach Bàine
Cnoc na Dalach Bàine
Cnoc na Dalach Bàine
Rev. [Reverend] J. M. Joass
Mr. Macintosh
Mr. John Sutherland
087 [Situation] In the Ph [Parish] of Rogart.
This name applies to a hill Situated about one mile to the South of Pollie, it is covered with heathy pasture, and it signifies the Hill of the white meadow. His Grace the Duke of Sutherland, proprietor.
ALLT A' MHUILINN DUIBH Allt a' Mhuilinn Duibh
Allt a' Mhuilinn Duibh
Allt a' Mhuilinn Duibh
Rev. [Reverend] J. M. Joass
Mr. Macintosh
Mr. John Sutherland
087 [Situation] Between the Parishes of Clyne & Rogarth.
A stream having its source in Loch Bad an Aon-Tighe it runs in a northerly direction, and enters the Black Water a short distance to the West of Am-ait. It signifies the Black Hill Burn. His Grace the Duke of Sutherland, proprietor.
FÉITH AN LOCHAIN DUIBH Féith an Lochain Duibh
Féith an Lochain Duibh
Féith an Lochain Duibh
Rev. [Reverend] J. M. Joass
Mr. Macintosh
Mr. John Sutherland
087 [Situation] In the Ph [Parish] of Clyne.
This name is applied to small stream having its source in Loch an Dubh Cùl na h-Amaite. It runs in a Westerly direction, and enters Allt a' Mhuilinn Duibh adjacent to the Northern extremity of Cnoc na Dalach Bainne. It signifies the streamlet of the black lochan. His Grace the Duke of Sutherland, proprietor.

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County of Sutherland -- Parishes of Clyne & Rogart

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