List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BELLFIELD PLACE [Dundee] Bellfield Place Painted on Corner
Mr. J. Hamilton Bellfield Cottage
Mr. George Smith Law Mill
054 [Situation] In the northern part of the district of Coldside
A small row of Cottages two storeys high with gardens attached situated at Coldside near Law Mill occupied by weavers & others The property of James Hamilton.
LAW MILL (Jute Spinning) Law Mill (Jute spinning) Mr. J. Neish Proprietor
Mr. M. Ferrier Manager
James Howe Clerk
054 [Situation] At the S E [South East] end of the district of Coldside
A mill for preparing & spinning Jute, comprising the usual preparing rooms, Warehouses &c. The machinery is propelled by a steam engine of 30 horse power & there are about 200 persons employed in the works. Dyeworks are also attached where the jute yarn is dyed & then forwarded to Heathfield Factory Hawkhill where it is woven into Carpeting Proprietors Messrs. Neish & Co. [Company]
At the south side of the cooling Ponds of this mill is a private Burial Ground The property of the family of Edwards farmer of Coldside. First used as a Burial ground in 1810

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