List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CROWN INN [Dumfries] Crown Inn
Crown Inn
Crown Inn
Sign Board
E. Dove
R. Kemp Esqr.
055 [Situation] In Crown Inn Close
An old Public - house 2 Storeys high, with Stables attached Capable of Accomodation 15 horses. occupied by E. Dove,- the property of Mr. Maxwell Castledouglas .-
CROWN INN CLOSE [Dumfries] Crown Inn Close
Crown Inn Close
Edward Dove
R. Kemp esqr.
055 [Situation] Running from High Street t Irish Street
A long wide Close leading from High Street to Irish Street -, paved And drained. The houses are from 2 to 3 Storeys high And in middling repair . In it is the Crown Inn from which it derives the Name .
CORSON'S CLOSE [Dumfries] Corson's Close
Corson's Close
E. Dove
Thomas Craig
055 [Situation] heading fro irish Street to High St.
A narrow Close leading from Heigh Street to Irish Street.- Its houses Are Chiefly 2 and 3 Storeys high, occupied as Storehouses And work shops .- At the end of it And adjoining Irish St. is a Brewery belonging to Mr Corson.
TWO CLOSES [Dumfries] Two Closes
Two Closes
Two Closes
Thomas Craig
Robert Kemp Esqr.
William Wilson
055 [Situation] Branching in a S.W. [South West] direction from high St. towards Irish Str.
A wide Close opening into High Street by two entries which gave rise to the Name. It is paved And drained . Houses generally 3 Storeys high.

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