List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ST MICHAEL STREET [Dumfries] St. Michael Street
St. Michael Street
St. Michaels' Street
Corner Board
John H. Bell
Map of Town 1819
055 [Situation] Heading S.E.E. [South East East] from Nith Place and Passing St. Michaels Church on the S.W. [South West]
A long wide Street leading from the end of irish Street, Nith Street and Nith Place.- It is paved and drained, has Causeways on each side and is lighted with Gas. - The houses are from one to two Storeys high. In this Street is the Parish Church.
Dock House
Dock House
Mr. Thomson
John Bell
R. Kemp Esqr.
055 [Situation] About 9 Chains N.W. W. [North West West] of St. Michaels Church
A good plain Cottage residence 2 Storeys high And in good repair with Garden attached.-
St. Allan's Wells
St. Allan's Wells
St. Allan's Wells
Mr. McGowan
Mr. Newall
Map of Dumfries
055 [Situation] Near the N.W. [North West] end of St. Michael St.
Three good Spring -wells remarKable for the purity of the Water, which Supply Water to the Southern Side of Dumfries. It is traditionally said that a Chapel once Stood near them, no vestige of which Can now be traced, neither can tradition point out the spot where it Stood.-

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