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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ARGYLE FREE CHURCH (Gaelic) Argyle Free Church (Gaelic)
Argyle Free Church (Gaelic)
J. Grahame Church Officer
Church Documents
006.10 A tolerably sized Church, the interior of which is well fitted up with pews galleries etc sufficiently commodious for about 1000 persons. It is named in honour of Argyle the Martyr
CLYDE TRUSTEES CHAMBERS AND POLICE OFFICE Clyde Trustees Chambers and Police Office
Clyde Trustees Chambers and Police Office
Lieutenant of Police
Harbour Master
006.10 An oblong square of buildings having an open court or yard within. The ground flat comprises of the Harbour Office, Collectors and Tonages office, Pilot office, Trustees & Model Stores, Lieutenants Office, Cells and Dead House. The upper apartments contain the Court Room and other offices
SUGARHOUSE [nr Broomielaw St] Sugar House
Sugar House
Mr Kirkland Occupier
Manager
006.10 A tolerably sized Sugar House having a Warehouse Char House Cooperage, Office, and Stable attached
WESTFIELD BUILDINGS Westfield Buildings Corner Tickets 006.10 A rectangular range of buildings at the corner of Oswald Street with Broomielaw Street.

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VI-10 No 20 Trace 1 [Situation for Clyde Trustees Chambers and Police Office]
VI-10 No 20 Trace 2 [Situation for Sugar House]
VI-10 No 20 Trace 2 [Situation for Argyle Free Church]
VI-10 No 20 Trace 2 [Situation for Westfield Buildings]

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The Name "Sugarhouse" is given on this page, but Spelling "Sugar House".

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