List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Muldaddie Hill
William Gibson
William McBride
031 [Situation] 1/4 mile SW [South West] of Port Logan.
A hill of a circular shape on the farm of Muldaddie, the surface of which is mostly Rough Pasture. Its summit is tabulated & on it is a Signal flag Staff belonging to the water guards & is used as a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station called by Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Party "Portnassick Flag Staff".
NEEDLES AND PINS Needles and Pins
Needles and Pins
John Chambers
William Todd
031 [Situation] 3/8 mile W by S [West by South] of Port Logan.
A flat rock projecting into the high water mark is used as a fishing Seat by fishermen when Angling, it takes its name from the rough appearance of the rock.-
Compass Stone
John Chambers
William Todd
031 [Situation] 9 chains SW by W [South West by West] of Muldaddie.
A large stone about 4 feet long by 2 1/2 broad lying on an elevated piece of ground on the North W. [West] side of Muldaddie hill, not Known from what it takes its name.

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