List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
The Dock
J. B. Hepburn Esqr.
Thomas Thomson
055 [Situation] Along the River Nith, At the S. [South] At this End of the Town of Dumfries.
A track of low lying level ground extending along the River nith from Castledykes to Nith Street.- It is a fertile tract of pasture land and is the public property of the town of Dumfries,- It is generally let every year as a Grass park by the Corporation of Dumfries Along the Sides are public walks, that on the north Side is Sheltered by a row of of trees the other winds along, the banks of the Nith.
Dockhead Quay
Dockhead Quay
Peter Mundell
John Ireland
R. Kemp Esqr.
055 [Situation] Along the River Nith About 7 Chains W. [West] of the Town of Dumfries-
A Quay extending along the DocK and the South end of the White Sands and at the end of the Dock. Vessels of about 400 or 500 Tons burthen Can Come up to this Quay. Coal and Lime are the chief imports Agricultural produce the exports. -

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