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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
The Dock
The Dock
The Dock Promenade
The Dock
J.B Hepburn Esqr.
Thomas Thomson
map of Town 1819
Small map of Dumfries
055 [Situation] Along the River nith at the South end of the town of Dumfries
A tract of low level ground extending along the River Nith from Castledykes to Nith Street. It is a fertile tract of pasture ground 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 of this are public walks that on the North side is sheltered by a row of trees the walk on the other side winds along the Nith
Dark Walk
J.B. Hepburn Esqr.
R. Kemp Esqr.
055 [Situation] About 5/8 of a mile S. by E. [South by East] of St. Michaels church
This name applies to a walk which is constructed partly along the bottom and side of the Moat which surrounds Cummins Castle, this Moat or dyke forms a deep ravine the sides of which are planted with trees.-

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