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OS1/33/34/49

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOCH AN FHEÒIR Loch an Fheòir
Loch an Fheòir
Loch an Fheòir
Rev. [Reverend] J. M. Joass
Mr. Macintosh
Mr. John Sutherland
096 This name applies to a very small Loch situated a short distance west of Bad Lurgainn. It signifies the Grass Loch. His Grace the Duke of Sutherland, proprietor.
ALLT AN TORRA BHRIC Allt an Torra Bhric
Allt an Torra Bhric
Allt an Torra Bhric
Rev. [Reverend] J. M. Joass
Mr. Macintosh
Mr. John Sutherland
095; 096; 104 This name is applies to a stream having its source about one mile to the north-west of Loch na Cinneamhuin and after running in a south-easterly direction for a distance three and one half miles it enters the River Fleet. It signifies the Burn of the spotted hill. His Grace the Duke of Sutherland, proprietor.
CREAG NA PÀIRCE Creag na Pàirce
Creag na Pàirce
Creag na Pàirce
Rev. [Reverend] J. M. Joass
Mr. Macintosh
Mr. John Sutherland
096 This name applies to a small hill situated a short distance southeast of Bad Lurgain. It is covered with heathy pasture and it signifies the park Creag. His Grace the Duke of Sutherland, proprietor.

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