List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Crichton Royal Institution
Crichton Royal Institution
William A. F. Brown Esqr.
Annual Report (1849)
Gazetteer Of Scotland (1845)
055 [Situation] About 1 Mile S.S.E. [South South East] of the Town of Dumfries - or 41 chains N.N.E. [North North East] of Kingholm Quay village.-
A large building 3 And 4 Storeys high, built of red Sandstone.- It was erected about 13 years ago, the fund appropriated to the building of it was a bequest of upwards of £100,000 by the late Dr. Crichton of Friar Carse. The Institution was originally designed to be An university It is a large and Commodious Asylum for Lunatics And As Such was incorporated by Act of Parliament The building to which the above name particularly Applies was - Since the Completion of the Southern Counties Asylum - appropriated to patients who pay for their Accommodation Rates of Board paid varies from £30 to £350 per Annum, the affairs managed by Trustees and a Board of Directors .- The resident Officers Are a Physician, a Treasurer a Matron a Medical Assistant And house Steward. This department is Capable of Accommodating 120 patients.-
PHYSICIAN'S HOUSE [Chrichton Royal Inst.] Physician's House
Physician's House
Physician's House
William A.F. Brown M.D. [Doctor of Medicine ]
Thomas Thomson
R. Kemp Esqr.
055 A good plain And well -constructed House, 2 Storeys high And in good repair.- It was built in 1841 in Connection with the Crichton Royal Institution for the use of the principal Medical Officer. The present resident whereof is William A. F. Brown M.D. [Doctor of Medicine] Attached to the house Are Some Small outhouses and a plot of ornamental ground.-

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