List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Little Bridge
William Gibson.
William McDowall.
William Todd,
031 [Situation] About 18 chains E by N [East by North] of Daw Point.
A natural Arch or point of rocks which spans a deep Gully or creek of the Sea on the shore of the Mull of Logan.
ROBERTSON'S BAY Robertson's Bay.
Robertson's Bay.
Robertson's Bay.
William Gibson.
John Milroy.
William McDowall.
031 [Situation] 1 1/8 miles SW [South West] of Logan House.
A Small Creek or inlet of the sea on the Shore of the Mull of Logan, It interspersed with rock & shingle and takes its name from the grave of a sailor of that name whose Corpse had been washed ashore here, there is a small stone which marks the spot with the year 1757 rudely cut on it. -
YELLNOWTE ISLE Yell-nowte Isle.
Yell-nowte Isle.
William Gibson.
William McDowall.
031 [Situation] 1 1/8 miles SW by W [South West by West] of Logan House.
A large rock the highest part of which is covered with a little moss & herbage. It is not covered at high water.

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