List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BANK STREET [Dumfries] Bank Street
Bank Street
Bank Street
Corner Board
Thomas Craig
Map of Town
055 [Situation] Heading N.E. [North East] from the White Sands to High Street,
A Short Street well paved and drained and lighted with Gas leading from White Sands to Heigh Street - The houses are two and three Storeys high . In it are a few Grocery And Provision Shops and public houses, also the Custom house and National Bank.-
Plain Stones
Plain Stones
Peter Mundell
R. Kemp Esqr.
William Craig High St. Inn
John McCormack Boyd's Close High St.
John Hearpe St. Mary's Place
055 [Situation] On the S.W. [South West] Side of High Street and passing Commercial Inn,-
This Name applies to a part of High Street extending to Assembly Street. It consists of a broad Causeway along a [Steep] row of good shops and a Commercial Hotel The Causeway is well paved with Smooth flag Stones, hence the name .- It is a well Known Name.-
NATIONAL BANK [Dumfries] National Bank (Branch)
National Bank of Scotland
Inscription on Board
Archbald Hamilton Esqr.
Alexander Hannay Esqr.
055 [Situation] Near the S.W. [South West] End and on the S.E. [South East] Side of Bank Street,-
A Small plain built house 3 Storeys high In it is a Branch Office of the National Bank of Scotland (established here 1738) -

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