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OS1/3/5/10

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BURNSIDE Nil W. Bone
John Moore
Robert Gray
033 [Situation] Extends in a easterly direction from South end of Alison Street about 10 Chains -
This thoroughfare for some dis[tance] from its Western extremety has [a] few houses on both sides of the street one and two storeys high slated and thatched a small stream forming the Boundary [for] a short distance between Newton Pa[rish] and the Parish of St Quivox runs its Course - from whence it has pr[obably] derived its name.
HAWKHILL BRIDGE Nil W. Bone
John Moore
Robert Gray
033 [Situation] South of Plan
A small Stone Bridge of one a[rch] recently built over a small str[eam] it is in good repair -
VIEWFIELD Nil W. Bone
John Moore
Robert Gray
033 [Situation] South side of Waggon Road.
A well built farm house with out offices and a Good Garden attached
HAWKHILL Nil W. Bone
John Moore
Robert Gray
033 [Situation] South-east of Hawkhill Bridge.
This is a collection of one-storey houses slated and thatched.

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Some letters missing in the binding.

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