List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
REFORM STREET [Dundee] Reform Street Painted on Street Corner
Dundee Directory
Edward's Plan of Dundee, 1846
Mr. Fulton, Town Surveyor
054 [Situation] From Meadowside Road to High Street
A straight, broad and handsome Street extending Northwards from High Street to Meadowside Road. The National Bank of Scotland stands at the North east Corner and the Bank of Scotland also has a branch about midway along the west side. It is well lighted, paved and clean and is considered to be one of the best Streets in the Town.
REFORM STREET CHAPEL (Evangelical Union) [Dundee] Reform Street Chapel (Evangelical Union) Painted over entrance
Dundee Directory
Revd. [Reverend] H. Riddell
Mr. J. Allen, 41, Reform Stt.
054 Situation] East side of Reform Street, and on the west side of New Inn Entry.
A Place of Worship frequented by a body of Dissenters termed the Evangelical Union. It is situated on the East side of Reform Street on the first floor above the regular line of shops and does not present any fronting differing from the rest of the Street. It contains 550 free seats and about 100 Rented - There is a Sunday School held in the Chapel and a week day evening school in the mission room connected with the Church.
Minister - Revd. [Reverend] H. Riddell

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[Page] 75
Town of Dundee -- Sheet 54. 5 No. 24. Trace 6

[Volume signed]
James Carpenter C. Asst. [Civilian Assistant]
30th. Jany. [January] 1858

A Cooke
BMajor RE [Brevet Major Royal Engineers]
2nd. Feb. [February] /58 [1858]

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