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Bunhouse Flour Mills
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006.05 Very extensive Flour Mills on the South side of the River Kelvin. The property of the Incorporation of Bakers who received a grant of them from the Regent Murray, in the year 1578. Recently they have been considerably enlarged and rebuilt.
"In the year 1578, the forces of the Regent Murray, who successfully opposed those of the unfortunate Mary Queen of Scots at the Battle of Langside, were quartered in Glasgow and its neighbourhood; on this occasion the Bakers were called on for an extraordinary Supply of Bread for the troops, which they accomplished by uncommon exertions in bruising and [both ?] grains, not only in the mills, but also in their own houses, so much to the satisfaction of the Regent, that he ga [gave] them a grant of the Archbishop's Mill which had now become the property of the Crown"
Clellands Annals

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