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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOWER NURSERY Lower Nursery
Lower Nursery
Lower Nursery
Mr. Duke
Mr. D. Macintosh
Mr. John Lawrence
027 A tolerable nursery lying between River Street and Montrose Street, The property of Dixon & Company of Perth
BRIDGEND 'COTTAGE Bridgend Cottage
Bridgend Cottage
Bridgend Cottage
Mr. Anderson Occr. [Occupier]
Mr. Macintosh
Mr. Lawrence
027 A fine cottage with garden, and a small plot of ornamental ground attached, The property of the East Mill Company.
BRIDGEND HOUSE Bridgend House
Bridgend House
Bridgend House
Mr. Ireland Manager at the East Mills
Mr. Anderson
Mr. Macintosh
027 A fine dwelling house with garden and a small plot of ornamental ground attached. The property of the East Mill Company.
BRECHIN BRIDGE Brechin Bridge
Brechin Bridge
Brechin Bridge
Bridge of Brechin
Mr. Anderson
Mr. Macintosh
Mr. Lawrence
Old Stat [Statistical] Account
027 A County bridge of 2 Arches spanning the South East River immediately at the foot of River Street.
"The bridge of Brechin is supposed to be one of the most ancient stone bridges in Scotland but there is no tradition when, or by whom, it was built."
Old Stat [Statistical] Account

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