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OS1/3/5/25

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
KING'S ARMS INN [Ayr] Nil Hugh Miller
Alexander Fullarton
J. J. McDerment
033 [Situation] North Side of High Street near its W. [West] end at its junction with New Bridge Street.
This building is very Convenient for all the purposes and accommodation of a traveller being situated near the Post Office, Assembly Rooms &c and in the Centre of a flourishing Community, several of the shops in the immediate vicinity being by no means inferior to those of Edinburgh or Glasgow. there is a large and elegantly furnished Room in this Hotel - which can be used as a Ball Room
BRIDGE STREET [Ayr] Nil Hugh Miller
Alexander Fullarton
J. J. McDerment
033 [Situation] Extends from High St. to the Old Bridge
This is a Short and narrow tho [though] much frequented thoroughfare the houses in it are amongst the oldest in the town.
NEWMARKET STREET [Ayr] Nil Hugh Miller
Alexander Fullarton
J. J. McDerment
033 [Situation] Extends from Sandgate Street to High Street.
A Street Consisting of Good Substantially built houses, it also has some excellent shops in it. -
BUTTER MARKET [Ayr] Nil Hugh Miller
Alexander Fularton
J. J. McDerment
033 [Situation] North side of Sandgate Street near its Centre.
A Small market for Butter Eggs Cheese &c open on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Branch Bank of the CLYDESDALE BANKING COMPANY [Newmarket Street; Ayr] Nil Hugh Miller
Alexander Fullarton
J. J. McDerment
033 [Situation] South side of Newmarket Street near its Centre.
A Plain brick Building 3 stories high belonging to the Clydesdale Banking Company
HOPE STREET [Ayr] Nil Hugh Miller
Alexander Fullarton
J. J. McDerment
033 [Situation] Extends from High Street Southwards and after running parallel to it joins the High Street at Winton Buildings
A very narrow thoroughfare - there are some houses in this Street with overhanging roofs who were evidently erected at least 2 Centuries ago
WINTON BUILDINGS Nil Hugh Miller
Alexander Fullarton
J. J. McDerment
033 [Situation] Between High Street and Hope Street.
A block of elegantly built modern houses used as shops - they are amongst the best in the town
FISH AND VEGETABLE MARKET [Ayr] Nil Hugh Miller
Alexander Fullarton
J. J. McDerment
033 [Situation] S. E. [South East] of Plan between High Street and River Ayr.
A Small Market used for the purposes of what is name designates, open on Tuesdays & Fridays
CORN EXCHANGE [Ayr] Nil Hugh Miller
Alexander Fullarton
J. J. McDerment
033 [Situation] S. E. [South East] of Plan between High Street and River Ayr.
A Plan Building used as a Corn Exchange the principal Room in it is sometimes used for Balls Assemblies &c -

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