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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CNOC NA DALACH BRICE Cnoc na Dalach Brice
Cnoc na Dalach Brice
Cnoc na Dalach Brice
Rev. [Reverend] J. M. Joass
Mr. Macintosh
Mr. John Sutherland
087 A hill about Eight hundred feet high, situated a short distance East of Blàr nan Coileach, it is covered with heathy pasture, and it signifies the hill of the spotted meadow. His Grace the Duke of Sutherland, proprietor.
ABHAINN GHOILEACH Abhainn Ghoileach
Abhainn Ghoileach
Abhainn Ghoileach
Rev. [Reverend] J. M. Joass
Mr. Macintosh
Mr. John Sutherland
087 This name applies to a stream having its source in Loch na Breac Beg, and Known as Abhainn an t-Slugaite untill its junction with Allt an Eoin, after which it takes the name Abhainn Ghoileach, and enters the Black Water adjacent to Dail Bhreac It means the Boiling River. His Grace the Duke of Sutherland, proprietor.
ABHAINN GHOILTEIG
1-inch Revision October 1894.
Abhainn Ghoilteig
Abhainn Ghoilteig
Abhainn Ghoilteig
Mr John Sutherland, Taunachy
Mr Hugh Sutherland, Rogart formerly Coirfrose
Mr William McPherson, Grumby
087 (Local pronunciation)

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