Crean-Mull Isles

   CREAN-MULL ISLES, two of the Hebrides, in the parish of Barra, county of Inverness. They are of very small extent, and are uninhabited: both lie in the Sound of Pabbay, between the islands of Pabbay and Saundray, and a litle east of Lingay.

A Topographical dictionary of Scotland. . 1856.

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