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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Channel of RIVER ESK River Esk
River Esk
River Esk
River Esk
River Esk
River Esk
Black's Co. [County] Map
British Map of Scotland
Mr. William Blythe
Mr. Beattie
Fullartons Imperial Gazetteer
Webster's Topographical Dictionary
063; 064 [Situation] On the Solway Firth.
A stream which has its rise on the East of Ettrick Pen runs in a S.E. [South East] direction to its confluence with Liddel Water. It then takes a S.W. [South West] direction and forms the boundary between England And Scotland for about mile. It enters England At the Scots dyke and flowing by Longtown it is joined by the R. [River] Lyne (or Line) after a short course, loses itself in the Solway Frith.
River Esk will be written on margin of Plan although on the English side. MD.

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[Page] 91
Plan 64.9 Trace 4

[Signed] M. Donohue
[Civilian Assistant. Sep. 1857]

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