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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
FÉITH GHLAS Fèith Ghlas
Fèith Ghlas
Fèith Ghlas
Rev. [Reverend] J. M. Joass
Mr. Macintosh
Mr. John Sutherland
087 This name applies to a small stream having its source a short distance East of Cnoc Leamhnachd, it enters Coich Burn at its confluence with Allt Ach' a' Bhoirionnaich. It signifies the Grey streamlet. His Grace the Duke of Sutherland, proprietor.
ALLT ACH' A' BHOIRIONNAICH Allt Ach' a' Bhoirionnaich
Allt Ach' a' Bhoirionnaich
Allt Ach' a' Bhoirionnaich
Rev. [Reverend] J. M. Joass
Mr. Macintosh
Mr. Donald Sutherland
087 A small stream having its source adjacent to Badan an Eich-Dhuibh and entering Coich Burn at its confluence with Féith Ghlas. His Grace the Duke of Sutherland, proprietor.
DAIL BHÀN Dail Bhàn
Dail Bhàn
Dail Bhàn
Rev. [Reverend] J. M. Joass
Mr. Macintosh
Mr. Donald Sutherland
087 [Situation] In the Ph. [Parish] of Rogart
Applied to a Small piece of pasture land situated in Srath na Seilg, it signifies the white meadow. His Grace the Duke of Sutherland, proprietor.

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