List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
City Hall
City Hall
Name on sign board
Robert Cunningham St Andrews
George Boyack St Andrews
012 A small building at the rear of the Town Church, it was formerly a School House, but since 1832 has been used as an Auction room etc being the property of the Corporation -
Town House
Town Hall
Town House
George Boyack St Andrews
R. Cunningham St Andrews
Plan of St Andrews 1843
Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account for Scotland] 1845
Red C.J. Lyon St Andrews
012 A small building near the Centre of Market Street where the Provost and magistrate meet for the despatch of public business, there is a small portion of it allotted for prisoners etc:-
SUPPLY RESERVOIR (Water Works) Supply Reservoir
Supply Reservoir
George Boyack St Andrews
R. Cunningham St Andrews
012 A large Cistern covered over where a tolerable supply of water is Kept for the Use of the town, the fountain Head is about 1 3/4 miles South of St Andrews where the water is conveyed from in pipes - These Water Works are the property of the town Corporation.

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Parish of Saint Andrews Sheet 1 Trace 7

North of South Street, adjoining the Town Church [Situation for City Hall]
In the centre of South Street [Situation for Town House]

[Signed] J McAnally CA [Clerical Assistant or Civilian Assistant]

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No Situation is given on this page for the Name "Supply Reservoir".
The words in Description for "Supply Reservoir" beginning "These Water Works" have been added in red ink in another hand and overwrite the Signature at foot of page.

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