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xiv Official List.
County Council, 1896-97-98.
Convener, Donald Cameron of Lochiel ; Vice-Convener^ The Mack-
intosh of Mackintosh ; County Clerics and Treasurers, Anderson & Shaw ;
County Collectors, W. R. & F. Grant ; County Auditor, Robert Falconer
Cameron, C.A.; Medical Officer of Health, Ogilvie Grant, M.D.;
Sanitary Inspecto'^, John Wedderspoon.
List of Districts and Names of Councillors.
I.— FIRST OB INVERNESS DISTRICT.
1. ARDERSIEK.--(l) The parish of Ardersier, and (2) that part of
the parish of Petty which lies to the north of a line drawn in
a westerly direction along the centre of the road leading from
Nairn to Inverness by the south of Campbelltown village from
the point at which the said road intersects the parish bound-
ary to its junction with the road leading from Campbelltown
to Inverness, and thence by the south of Seafield Cottage
direct to the sea.— Major RusSELL, Treeton.
2. PETTY. —The parish of Petty exclusive of the portion included
within the Ardersier Division — Jas. Beattie, Earlsmill, Forres,
3. CROY. — The parish of Croy and Dalcross so far as situated in the:
county of Inverness — James Shearer, Mains of Croy, Fort-
George.
4. DAVIOT. — The parish of Daviot and Dunlichity— Eneas N.
Mackintosh, The Doune, Daviot.
5. DORES. — The parish of Dores— E. G. Fraser-Tytler of Aldourie.
6. INVERNESS WEST.— That part of the parish of Inverness (ex-
clusive of the portion included within the limits of the burgh of
Inverness) which lies to the north and west of Loch-Ness and
the River Ness — ROBERT THOMSON, Kinmylies, Inverness.
7. INVERNESS EAST.— That part of the parish of Inverness which
lies to the east of the burgh of Inverness and of a line drawn
along the centre of tise old military road between Inverness
and Perth from the point at which the said road leaves the
burgh of Inverness until it reaches the boundary of the parish
at Leysmuir— William Macbean, Cradlehall, Inverness.
8. INVERNESS SOUTH.— The remainder of the parish of Inverness
exclusive of the portion included within the limits of the
burgh of Inverness — WILLIAM BURNS, Solicitor, Inverness.
II.— SECOND OB AIBD DISTRICT.
9. KIRKEIILL. -The parish of Kirkhill — JOHN Cran, Kirkton
Bunchrew
10. BEAULY. — That part of the parish of Kilmorack which lies to the
east of the centre of the Highland Railway Line — JOHN
Ross, High Street, Beauly.
11. EASTER KILMORACK.— That part of the parish of Kilmorack
which lies to the west of the Beauly Division), and to the east
of a line drawn from a point in the north boundary of the
parish due north of the summit of Carn-na-Gearraig to said
summit, and thence along the boundary between the parish of
Kilmorack and the parish of Kiltarlity and Convinth till the
river Glass is reached at Knocknashalavaig— HUGH Eraser,
Ruilick.

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