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OS1/3/5/34

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
WELLINGTON SQUARE [Ayr] Nil Hugh Miller
Alexander Fullarton
J.J. McDerment
033 [Situation] At the West end of the Town
Wellington Square which usually attracts the attention of Strangers is of modern formation. The houses in many instances are occupied by the proprietors and where otherwise, rents range from £40 - £70 -
Ayrshire Directory 1851
The square already named on the West end whether we Consider the neatness of the houses or the finess of the situation with its [--] sea view can hardly be surpassed in any [other] provincial town in Scotland, -
FULLARTON STREET [Ayr] Nil Hugh Miller
Alexander Fullarton
J.J. McDerment
033 [Situation] Extends from South end of Fort Street to its junction with Barns & Carrick Streets
This Street has very Superior houses in it but it is not entirely built.
TRINITY CHAPEL (Episcopal) [Ayr] Nil Hugh Miller
Alexander Fullarton
J.J. McDerment
033 [Situation] North side of Fullarton Street
An extremely neat and handsome b[uilding] in Gothic Style having a Bell tower on the South Side next the Street - it is dedicated to the "Holy Trinity" & Capable of Accomm[odating] about 400, built by subscription in the year 18[--]
RAGGED SCHOOL [Ayr] Nil Hugh Miller
Alexander Fullarton
J.J. McDerment
033 [Situation] West side of Carrick Street & adjacent to the Episcopal Ch [Church]
A plain building of two storeys it has [--] 40 scholars who sleep & board in the build[ing] and the total No of scholars. male & fema[le] was about 150 it is supported by Voluntary C[onscription]
CARRICK STREET [Ayr] Nil Hugh Miller
Alexander Fullarton
J.J. McDerment
033 [Situation] Leading from the junction of Fullarton & Barns Streets in a N.E [North East] direction into High Street
A Narrow Street - it has some g[ood] houses in it and there is a Considera[ble] thoroughfare always through it from t[he] West end of the town to the High Street
WHIP INN [Carrick Street; Ayr] Nil Hugh Miller
Alexander Fullarton
J.J. McDerment
033 [Situation] In High Street at the South Corner of Carrick Street -
A rather inferior house with but se[cond] rate accommodation it is however in [a] good situation for business -

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