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AVONBANK BLEACHFIELD Avonbank Bleachfield Valuation Roll.
J. Robinson, Manufacturer.
Thomas Anderson, Inspector of Poor
018.13 Extensive buildings used for bleaching cotton and linen cloths, and for dyeing purposes connected with bleaching.
There a couple of hundred hands, including male and female, employed here. Wrought by the proprietors, Robinson Miller and Co. Although the bleaching is done in-doors, by heat, this manufactory is always styled a bleachfield, the fields adjoining know arable, are sometimes used for bleach
GLENGOWAN Glengowan Valuation Roll.
Map of gas pipes.
J.Cooper, Braehead.
Thomas Anderson, Inspector of Poor.
R. Hamilton, Collector.
J Baxter, Millheugh.
James Robinson, Avonbank
018.13 This little village comprising three rows of dwelling houses principally occupied by persons employed in the "Avonbank Bleachfield".
It has been feued off Captain McNeil's estate of Raploch.
Glengowan comes upon four traces. It has a public house on the road side leading to Larkhall.

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