List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Messrs Grace & Yoole Town Clerks
Rae Ireland Argyle Brewery
Richard Robertson Argyle Toll Bar
Plan of St Andrews 1843
012 This name is applied to a part of St Andrews, beyond the city wall on the west. Its present name is no doubt a corruption of North, or Norgyle by which name it is known in old documents. The houses in general are mean, occupied chiefly by hand-loom weavers; but since it has been under the jurisdiction of the Magistrates of the City, marked improvements have taken place. Gardens are attached to each house; and the houses generally are the property of the occupiers. In this part of St Andrews is a large Brewery, the property of Mr Rae Ireland.

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Western portion of the city of St Andrews [Situation]

[Signed] James Ireland c/a [Clerical Assistant or Civilian Assistant] 19th Sept [September] 1853

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