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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOCHAN DUBH CÙL NA H-AMAITE Lochan Dubh Cùl na h-Amaite
Lochan Dubh Cùl na h-Amaite
Lochan Dubh Cùl na h-Amaite
Rev. [Reverend] J. M. Joass
Mr. Macintosh
Mr. John Sutherland
087 This name applies to a Loch situated about three-fourths of a mile to the South of Am-ait. It signifies the Black Lochan at the back of the watery place. His Grace the Duke of Sutherland, proprietor.
ALLT A' MHUILT Allt a' Mhuilt
Allt a' Mhuilt
Allt a' Mhuilt
Rev. [Reverend] J. M. Joass
Mr. Macintosh
Mr. John Sutherland
086; 087 Applied to a small stream having its source in Loch Beannaichte, and after running in a south-westerly direction, it enters the River Brora adjacent to the shepherds house known as Alltavult. It signifies the Wedder's Burn. His Grace the Duke of Sutherland, proprietor.
ALLT A' CHOIRE LEACAICH Allt a' Choire Leacaich
Allt a' Choire Leacaich
Allt a' Choire Leacaich
Rev. [Reverend] J. M. Joass
Mr. Macintosh
Mr. John Sutherland
087 A small stream having its source at the northern extremity of Meall na Oillte, it runs partly in a northerly and partly in an Easterly direction, and enters Loch an Eòin upon the west. It signifies the Burn of the flaggy dell. His Grace the Duke of Sutherland proprietor.

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County of Sutherland -- Parish Clyne and Rogart

Lochan Dubh Cùl na h-Amaite [Note]
See Am-aite page 15.

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