List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
WOOL PACK INN [Dumfries] Wool Pack Inn
wool Pack Inn
Wool Pack Inn
Sign Board
John Smith
R. Kemp Esqr.
049 A large public house two Storey high having Stabling attached Capable of putting up 21 horses Occupied by John Smith [who] is also proprietor.
SPUR INN [Dumfries] Spur Inn
spur Inn
Spur Inn
Sigh Board
J. Johnstone
R. Kemp Esqr.
049 A old public house 2 [Storeys] high
SPUR INN CLOSE [Dumfries] Spur Inn Close
Spur Inn Close
Spur Inn Close
Corner Board
Andrew Wardrobe
R. Kemp Esqr.
049 [Situation] - Leading N.E. E. [North east East] of Queensberry street to Loreburn Street, - A wide and irregular Close from Queensberry Street to Loreburn Street, So far as houses extend, it is paved, Houses 2 storeys high. It is the Spur Inn which gives rise to the Name.

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