List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Hope Street
Mr Morriss Pilmour Place
John Ramsay Inspector of Poor St Andrews
012 A Street leading from Pilmour Pla [Place] Southward till it joins Market Street near St Mary's Church. It is a newly formed street and has only one range of dwelling houses on its east side which are regularly built, having small ornamental gardens attached and are occupied by respectable families
DR BELL'S SCHOOL (For Infants) Dr Bells Infant School
Dr Bells Infant School
Mr Smeaton Teacher, Madras College
John Ramsay Inspector of Poor
012 A rectangular building on the No [North] side of Market Street and west side of Bell Street, erected by the Trustees of the late Dr Bell, as a school house where children up to the age of five years are instructed in spelling and reading. The school is conducted by two young women who each receive a small gratuity from the Madras institution together with school fees from the children The average attendance of children is from 70 to 80. The school is under the control of the Trustees of the Madras College

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Parish of St Andrews Sheet 1 Trace 2

Extends from Market Street to Pilmour Place [Situation for Hope Street]
North side of Market Street [Situation for Dr Bells Infant School]

[Signed] John Early

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