List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MAULDSLIE BRIDGE Mauldslie Bridge Revd Dr. P. Rorison.
Jno. Pender, Garrion Bridge.
Thomas Anderson, Inspector of Poor.
James Miller, Larkhall
018.16 A good stone bridge, having three arches , over the "River Clyde". It was erected by the proprietor of "Mauldslie Castle", in Carluke Parish, and is altogether private property
ROSEBANK Rosebank Valuation Roll.
Voter's List.
Forest's Co. Map.
Thomas Anderson, Inspector Of Poor.
W. Henderson, Dalpartick.
W. Brown, Rosebank.
018.16 A little village on the line of the Lanark and Glasgow T.P. Road. It is surrounded by orchards which are also used as vegetable gardens. There is neither a Smithy, a Public House, a School, nor a Post Office in Rosebank. James Hosier of Mauldslie Castle is the principal proprietor here.
There is a lodge house north of the village, by the side of the Ca track leading to the "Old Ford", which was formerly used for a gate that was kept here for the convenience of the proprieto of "Maulslie Castle", when

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