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Lanarkshire volume 32

Page List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks Continued entries/extra info Transcriber's notes
OS1/21/32/1 FRANKLIN TERRACE Franklin Terrace Tickets 006.10 A range of fine dwellinghouses extending from the end of Kelvinhaugh Street to the end of Kelvinhaugh Road
OS1/21/32/1 KELVINHAUGH ROAD Kelvinhaugh Road Kelvinhaugh Road Police Officers Mr Bryan 006.10 A road leading from the "Dumbarton Road" to Kelvinhaugh Village
OS1/21/32/1 OVER NEWTON Over Newton Over Newton Mrs Taylor Tickets on Carts 006.10 A farmhouse and outhouses having a small farm of land attached
OS1/21/32/1 OVER NEWTON HOUSE Over Newton House Over Newton House Mr Taylor Proprietor Gardener 006.10 A handsome house having a large garden, and a small park which is now in cultivation attached
OS1/21/32/1 ST VINCENT CRESCENT St Vincent Crescent Corner Tickets 006.10 A very long range of fine dwellinghouses leading from the end of Minerva Street and terminating near (near) Kelvinhaugh, This applies to both houses & street
OS1/21/32/2 SANDYFORD CHURCH Sandyford Church Sandyford Church Mr Bryan, Church Officer Church Bills 006.10 A large and handsome church in connection with the Established Church of Scotland. The interior is well fitted up with pews, gallery etc, sufficiently commodious for about 1058.
OS1/21/32/3 FITZROY PLACE Fitzroy Place Fitzroy Place Corner Tickets Printed List of Streets 006.10 A range of fine dwellinghouses on the south side of Sauchiehall Street from Westminster Terrace to Claremont Street
OS1/21/32/3 KELVINGROVE STREET Kelvingrove Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A street branching northerly from Dumbarton Road and terminating at the "Royal Terrace"
OS1/21/32/3 SANDYFORD STREET Sandyford Street Sandyford Street Corner tickets Printed List of Streets 006.10 A street branching in a north westerly direction from "Kelvingrove Street" to the - - - - -- --.
OS1/21/32/3 WELLESLEY PLACE Wellesley Place Corner ticket 006.10 2 handsome buildings at the corner of Sadyford Street
OS1/21/32/3 WESTMINSTER PLACE Westminster Place Westminster Place Corner Tickets Printed List of Streets 006.10 That range of houses on the east side of Kelvingrove Street from Dumbarton Road to the corner of Sauchiehall Street
OS1/21/32/3 WESTMINSTER TERRACE Westminster Terrace Westminster Terrace Corner Tickets Printed List of Streets 006.10 A range of fine dwellinghouses on the south side of Sauchiehall Street, extending from Kelvingrove Street to a stone wall which divides it from Fitzroy Place
OS1/21/32/3 VI-10 No.2 City of Glasgow
OS1/21/32/3 The last line of the description of Sandyford Street is illegible as there appear to be 2 rows of superimposed text.
OS1/21/32/4 CLAREMONT STREET Claremont Street Claremont Street Corner Tickets Printed List of Streets 006.10 A street leading from Dumbarton Road in a northerly direction and terminating at the "Royal Terrace"
OS1/21/32/4 CLIFTON PLACE Clifton Place Clifton Place Corner Tickets Printed List of Streets 006.10 A range of handsome houses on the north side of Sauchiehall Street between Clifton Street and Claremont Street
OS1/21/32/4 CLIFTON STREET Clifton Street Clifton Street Corner Tickets Printed List of Streets 006.10 A street branching northerly from Sauchiehall Street and terminating at Woodland Terrace
OS1/21/32/4 ROYAL CRESCENT Royal Crescent Royal Crescent Corner tickets Printed List of Streets 006.10 A fine crescent on the north side of Sauchiehall Street opposite to Fitzroy place
OS1/21/32/4 SANDYFORD PLACE WEST Sandyford Place West Corner Tickets 006.10 A long range of handsome houses on the south side of Sauchiehall Street extending from Claremont Street to near Elderslie Street
OS1/21/32/4 VI-10 No.2 City of Glasgow
OS1/21/32/4 The entry for Sandyford Place actually reads Sandyford Place West
OS1/21/32/5 CORUNNA PLACE Corunna Place Corunna Place Corner Tickets Printed List of Streets 006.10 A range of 3 houses on the south side of Dumbarton Road
OS1/21/32/5 CORUNNA STREET Corunna Street Corunna Street Corner Tickets Printed List of Streets 006.10 A short street branching from the Dumbarton Road and terminating at St Vincent Crescent
OS1/21/32/5 DUMBARTON ROAD Dumbarton Road Corner Tickets 006.10 A street or road being the continuation of Main Street from the end of Elderslie Street in direction of Partick & Dumbarton hence the name. The name may be identified as far as the western extremity of Partick
OS1/21/32/5 MULBERRYBANK Mullberrybank Mullberrybank Mr Robertson Proprietor Police Officer 006.10 A handsome cottage having a garden and a small portion of ornamental ground attached
OS1/21/32/5 SANDYFORD BUILDINGS.' Sandyford Buildings Sandyford Buildings Corner Tickets Printed List of Streets 006.10 A range of fine buildings on the north side of Dumbarton Road
OS1/21/32/5 STAR HOTEL [Dumbarton Rd] Star Hotel Star Hotel Mr Law Occupier Sign Board 006.10 A small Public House or Hotel on the south side of the Dumbarton Road
OS1/21/32/5 Corunna Street Corunna Street Corner Tickets Printed List of Streets A short street branching from the Dumbarton Road and terminating at St Vincent Crescent
OS1/21/32/5 Star Hotel Star Hotel Mr Law Occupier Sign Board A small Public House or Hotel on the south side of the Dumbarton Road
OS1/21/32/5 VI-10 No.2 City of Glasgow
OS1/21/32/6 CHESHAM PLACE Chesham Place Chesham Place Corner Tickets Printed List of Streets 006.10 A range of fine houses on the south side of "Kent Road"
OS1/21/32/6 DOVER STREET Dover Street Corner Ticket 006.10 A newly formed street branching from Claremont Street and terminating at Elderslie Street
OS1/21/32/6 NAPIER PLACE Napier Place Corner Tickets 006.10 That triangular block of buildings partly fronting the "Dumbarton Road" and partly Minerva Street
OS1/21/32/6 SANDYFORD T.P. Sandyford T.P. Sandyford T.P. Toll Keeper Sign Board 006.10 A Turnpike Gate on the Dumbarton Road, a little west from the end of Kelvingrove Street
OS1/21/32/6 WHITEBANK Whitebank Whitebank Printed List Streets Police Officer 006.10 A cottage 2 storeys high having a garden and a small portion of ornamental ground attached
OS1/21/32/6 Sandyford T.P. Sandyford T.P. Toll Keeper Sign Board A Turnpike Gate on the Dumbarton Road, a little west from the end of Kelvingrove Street
OS1/21/32/7 BERKELEY STREET Berkeley Street Corner Ticket 006.10 A street branching in a westerly direction from North Street. It is built on the north side as far as Rochester Street
OS1/21/32/7 ELDERSLIE STREET Elderslie Street Elderslie Street Corner Tickets List of Streets 006.10 A long street leading southerly from Sauchiehall Street and terminating at the end of Main Street
OS1/21/32/7 NEWTON PLACE Newton Place Newton Place Corner Ticket List of Streets 006.10 A long range of handsome dwellinghouses on the north side of Sauchiehall Street, between India Street West and Falkland Place
OS1/21/32/7 SANDYFORD HOUSE Sandyford House Mr Rowan Proprietor 006.10 A dwellinghouse on the south side of Sauchiehall Street occupied by 2 tenants, the property of Mr Rowan.
OS1/21/32/7 SAUCHIEHALL STREET Sauchiehall Street Sauchiehall Street Corner Ticket List of Streets 006.10 A long and handsome street branching westerly from Buchanan Street and terminating at Kelvingrove Street
OS1/21/32/7 SOMERSET PLACE Somerset Place Somerset Place Corner Ticket List of Streets 006.10 A range of handsome dwellinghouses on the north side of Sauchiehall Street and west of Newton Place
OS1/21/32/7 VI-10 No.3 City of Glasgow
OS1/21/32/8 CHARING CROSS Charing Cross Charing Cross Corner Tickets List of Streets 006.10 A range of fine buildings on the south side of Sauchiehall Street, between Rochester Place and the end of North Street
OS1/21/32/8 ROCHESTER PLACE Rochester Place Corner Tickets 006.10 3 dwelling houses partly facing Sauchiehall Street and partly Rochester Street
OS1/21/32/8 ROCHESTER STREET Rochester Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A street branching in a southerly direction from Sauchiehall Street and terminating at Kent road
OS1/21/32/8 UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [nr Charing Cross] U.P. Church (Sittings 900) Church Officer Printed Bills 006.10 A handsome edifice the interior of which is well fitted up with pews, gallery etc and sufficiently commodious for about 900 persons. Attached to it is a small session house and church officers dwelling
OS1/21/32/9 BATH CRESCENT Bath Crescent Bath Crescent Corner Tickets List of Streets 006.10 That portion of Bath Street from Elmbank Street to North Street
OS1/21/32/9 BELHAVEN PLACE Belhaven Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of 7 dwellinghouses commencing from the corner of Newton Street on the south side of Sauchiehall Street
OS1/21/32/9 MAYFIELD PLACE Mayfield Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of fine buildings on the south side of Sauchiehall Street and situated between the end of Newton Street and North Street
OS1/21/32/9 NEWTON STREET Newton Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A short street leading from Sauchiehall Street to Bath Street
OS1/21/32/9 NORTH STREET North Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A long street branching in a southerly direction from Sauchiehall Street and terminating at Main Street
OS1/21/32/9 OSWALD'S STATUE Oswald's Statue Oswald's Statue Mr Forbes Sauchiehall Street Mr Allan, Berkeley Street 006.10 A statue erected in 1855 in honour of James Oswald late M.P. for Glasgow
OS1/21/32/9 VI-10 No.3 City of Glasgow
OS1/21/32/9 This name Bath Street should read Bath Crescent
OS1/21/32/10 COACH WORK [Kent Rd] Coach Work On Front of Building 006.10 On the south side of this street (Kent Road) is a Coach Work the property of Mr W Conochy
OS1/21/32/10 ELMBANK FOUNDRY Elmbank Foundry (Iron) Elmbank Foundry Mr Allan Proprietor On Building 006.10 A Iron Foundry on the west side of North Street
OS1/21/32/10 KENT ROAD Kent Road Corner Ticket 006.10 A new street or road branching in a westerly direction from North Street and terminating at the "Dumbarton Road". On the south side of this street is a Coach Work the property of Mr W Conochy
OS1/21/32/10 ST MATTHEW'S FREE CHURCH St Matthew's Free Church St Matthew's Free Church Church Officer Mr Forbes 006.10 A large and handsome edifice of the Gothic Style, the interior of which is well fitted up with pews, gallery etc sufficiently commodious for about 1200 persons
OS1/21/32/10 WEST BATH LANE West Bath Lane Corner Tickets 006.10 A narrow lane or alley branching easterly from North Street
OS1/21/32/11 ELMBANK CRESCENT Elmbank Crescent Corner Tickets 006.10 A fine crescent leading from North Street in an easterly direction and terminating at Elmbank Place
OS1/21/32/11 QUEENSBERRY PLACE Queensberry Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of 4 handsome dwelling houses on the west side of North Street
OS1/21/32/11 WEST FREE CHURCH West Free Church(seats for 900) West Free Church Mr Forbes Elder Church Officer 006.10 A plain built edifice the interior of which is fitted up with pews, gallery etc accommodates about 900 persons
OS1/21/32/11 VI-10 No.3 City of Glasgow
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OS1/21/32/13 ALBANY PLACE Albany Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of fine dwelling houses having a lawn in front. On the north side of Sauchiehall Street
OS1/21/32/13 GORDON PLACE Gordon Place Corner Tickets 006.10 Two buildings at the east corner of the north end of Elmbank Street
OS1/21/32/13 POLLOCK STREET 006.10
OS1/21/32/13 ROSEMOUNT Rosemount Rosemount Mr Paterson Mr Bryan, Sauchiehall Street 006.10 A handsome cottage on the north side of Sauchiehall Street
OS1/21/32/13 ROSLIN PLACE Roslin Place Side Tickets 006.10 Four buildings on the south side of Sauchiehall Street
OS1/21/32/13 SAUCHIEHALL HOUSE Sauchiehall House Sauchiehall House Mr Paterson Proprietor Gardener 006.10 A handsome villa on the north side of Sauchiehall Street
OS1/21/32/13 THISTLE STREET Thistle Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A street branching northerly from Sauchiehall Street and terminating at Shamrock Street
OS1/21/32/13 Sheet VI-10 No.4 City of Glasgow
OS1/21/32/13 Pollock Street, although pre-populated, does not appear on this sheet
OS1/21/32/14 ASHFIELD HOUSE Ashfield House Ashfield House Mr Stow Proprietor Gardener 006.10 A handsome cottage on Garnet Bank and the north side of Sauchiehall Street
OS1/21/32/14 ELMBANK STREET Elmbank Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A street branching southerly from Sauchiehall Street and terminating at Bath Street
OS1/21/32/14 GARNET BANK Garnet Bank Garnet Bank Garnet Bank Mr Stow, Ashfield Mr Paterson Police Officers 006.10 This name applies to those villas and pleasure grounds on the north side of Sauchiehall Street extending from Thistle Street to Dalhousie Street
OS1/21/32/14 SAUCHIEHALL LANE Sauchiehall Lane Corner Tickets 006.10 A long narrow lane or alley branching easterly from Newton Street and terminating at West Nile Street
OS1/21/32/14 WESTERN ACADEMY Western Academy Western Academy Mr Stow Proprietor Ticket on Gate 006.10 A large building which was erected expressly for a school by Mr Stow of Ashfield House
OS1/21/32/15 ALBERT TERRACE Albert Terrace Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of fine dwellinghouses on the south side of Renfrew Street
OS1/21/32/15 DESMOND BANK Desmond Bank Desmond Bank Mr Martin Schoolmaster On Front of Buildings 006.10 Two dwellinghouses at present occupied as an academy by Mr Martin & McCall
OS1/21/32/15 ELGIN PLACE Elgin Place Corner Tickets 006.10 Two houses on the west side of Pitt Street
OS1/21/32/15 INDEPENDENT CHAPEL 9 (Seats for 700) 006.10
OS1/21/32/15 INDEPENDENT CHAPEL (Seats for 1500) 006.10
OS1/21/32/15 HOLLAND STREET 006.10
OS1/21/32/15 Sheet VI-10 No.4 City of Glasgow
OS1/21/32/16 BEDFORD PLACE Bedford Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of fine dwellinghouses on the north side of Renfrew street
OS1/21/32/16 CLARENCE PLACE Clarence Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of fine buildings on the south side of Sauchiehall Street
OS1/21/32/16 DALHOUSIE STREET Dalhousie Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A street branching from Sauchiehall Street in a northerly direction and terminating at the New City Road
OS1/21/32/16 OSBORNE BUILDINGS Osborne Buildings Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of buildings on the south side of Sauchiehall Street
OS1/21/32/16 RENFREW STREET Renfrew Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A long street leading from Buchanan Street in a westerly direction and terminating at St George's Road
OS1/21/32/16 SCOTT STREET Scott Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A street branching northerly from Sauchiehall Street and terminating at the New City Road
OS1/21/32/16 There is a prepopulated entry here for "Millbank" which does not feature on this sheet.
OS1/21/32/17 CORPORATION BUILDINGS Corporation Buildings Corporation Buildings Corporation Buildings Manager in Corporation Halls Mr Forbes Police Officers 006.10 A range of fine buildings on the north side of Sauchiehall Street. Through the centre is a fine entrance or passage to the Gallery of Art or Corporation Halls which are situated at the rear
OS1/21/32/17 FREE CHURCH [nr Bath St] Free Church Builder 006.10 A fine new built edifice the interior of which is to be fitted up with pews, gallery etc for about 1100 persons
OS1/21/32/17 GLASGOW ACADEMY Glasgow Academy Glasgow Academy Glasgow Academy Janitor Mr Reid Teacher Directory 006.10 A large and handsome building on the east of Elmbank Place
OS1/21/32/17 GLASGOW GALLERY OF ART AND CORPORATION HALLS Glasgow Gallery of Art & Corporation Halls Manager in Corporation Halls Mr Forbes Police Officers 006.10 Through the centre (of the Corporation Buildings) is a fine entrance or passage to the Gallery of Art or Corporation Halls which are situated at the rear
OS1/21/32/17 WILLOWBANK BOWLING GREEN Willowbank Bowling-green Willowbank Bowling-green Gatekeeper Mr Forbes 006.10 A large bowling green north of the Glasgow Academy
OS1/21/32/17 Sheet VI-10 No.4 City of Glasgow
OS1/21/32/18 ADELAIDE PLACE Adelaide Place Corner Tickets 006.10 This name applies to both sides of Bath Street extending from Douglas Street towards Pitt Street
OS1/21/32/18 ATHOL PLACE Athol Place Corner Tickets 006.10 That portion of Bath Street betwixt Douglas Street and Main Street
OS1/21/32/18 MANSFIELD PLACE Mansfield Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of fine buildings on the north side of West Regent Street
OS1/21/32/19 ASHBURTON PLACE Ashburton Place Corner Ticket 006.10 3 dwellinghouses partly in Renfrew Street and partly in Rose Street
OS1/21/32/19 CAMBRIDGE STREET Cambridge Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A street branching from Sauchiehall Street and terminating at New City Road
OS1/21/32/19 HEREFORD PLACE Hereford Place Corner Ticket 006.10 A range of fine dwellinghouses on the north side of Renfrew Street and extending from Dalhousie Street to Rose Street
OS1/21/32/19 ROSE PLACE Rose Place Corner Ticket 006.10 4 fine houses partly fronting Hill Street and partly Rose Street
OS1/21/32/19 ROSE STREET Rose Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A street branching northerly from Sauchiehall Street and terminating at Cambridge Street
OS1/21/32/19 ST STEPHEN'S CHURCH St Stephen's Church St Stephen's Church Church Officer Mr Templeton, Sauchiehall St 006.10 A plain built edifice the interior of which is well fitted up with pews, Gallery etc sufficiently commodious for about 1000 persons, a chapel of ease.
OS1/21/32/19 Sheet VI-10 No.5 City of Glasgow
OS1/21/32/20 FINDLAY STREET Findlay Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A short street branching from Russell Street and terminating at Cowcaddens
OS1/21/32/20 HILL STREET Hill Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A street branching easterly from St George's Road and terminating at Wemyss Place
OS1/21/32/20 QUEEN ARCADE Queen Arcade Tickets 006.10 A covered thoroughfare from Renfrew Street to Russell Street
OS1/21/32/20 RUSSELL STREET Russell Street Corner Ticket 006.10 A street branching from Hope Street in a westerly direction and terminating at Wemyss Place
OS1/21/32/20 WELLINGTON ARCADE Wellington Arcade Tickets 006.10 A covered thoroughfare leading from Sauchiehall Street to Renfrew Street
OS1/21/32/20 WEMYSS PLACE Wemyss Place Corner Ticket 006.10 A short street at the west end of Russell Street
OS1/21/32/21 BROUGHAM PLACE Brougham Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of dwelling houses on the east side of Hope Street
OS1/21/32/21 COWCADDENS STREET Cowcaddens Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A long street leading from the east end of the New City Road in a south easterly direction and terminating at the end of Buchanan St.
OS1/21/32/21 GARSCADDEN STREET Garscadden Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A short street leading from Cowcaddens Street to [the] [end] of Bishop St,
OS1/21/32/21 ROYAL ARCADE Royal Arcade Royal Arcade Printed Bills Mr. Angus Royal Arcade 006.10 An open court which was formerly covered with glass. Situated betwixt the north end of Hope St. and the Cowcaddens [St.]
OS1/21/32/21 RUTHERFORD LANE Rutherford Lane Corner Tickets 006.10 A short narrow Lane branching from Renfield St. and terminating at the head of Hope Street
OS1/21/32/21 ST STEPHEN'S PLACE St. Stephen's Place Corner Ticket 006.10 2 houses on the south side of Renfrew Street,
OS1/21/32/21 21 [Sheet] VI [6] - 10 No. 5 City of Glasgow [Traces 2 and 3]
OS1/21/32/21 Under Various modes of spelling... Garscadden was originally spelt with an s on the end. This s is crossed through and a note "Please to [ ] the s here on Plan [R]. H. [initials]" The note has been over-written so that part of it is difficult to read. Crossing out of words in Description of Garscadden Street make it difficult to read in part. Situations. All are [Sheet] VI [6]-10 No. 5 Trace 3 except for St. Stephens Place which is Trace 2 Each name in List of Names is initialled [R]. H.
OS1/21/32/22 FREE ST GEORGE'S SCHOOL Free St George's School Free St George's School Schoolmaster On Front of Building 006.10 A large dwellinghouse which is in the meantime occupied as a school
OS1/21/32/22 KENSINGTON PLACE Kensington Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of fine dwellinghouses on the south side of Sauchiehall Street
OS1/21/32/22 KINNELL PLACE Kinnell Place Corner tickets 006.10 2 houses on the north side of Renfrew Court
OS1/21/32/22 MONTAGU PLACE Montagu Place Corner Ticket 006.10 This name applies to both sides of Bath Street from West Campbell Street to Mains Street
OS1/21/32/22 RENFREW COURT Renfrew Court Corner Ticket 006.10 A narrow lane branching northerly for a short distance from Renfrew Street thence taking a right angle in direction of Free St George's School
OS1/21/32/22 WINDSOR PLACE Windsor Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of fine dwellinghouses on the south side (of) Sauchiehall Street
OS1/21/32/23 BAIN'S PLACE Bain's Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of dwellinghouses on the south side of Renfrew Street
OS1/21/32/23 BLENHEIM PLACE Blenheim Place Corner Ticket 006.10 A range of houses on the east side (of) West Campbell Street
OS1/21/32/23 RENFREW LANE Renfrew Lane Corner Tickets 006.10 A lane leading from Hope Street to West Nile Street
OS1/21/32/23 SCOTTISH EXHIBITION Scottish Exhibition Scottish Exhibition Janitor On Front of Building 006.10 A large public building on the south side of Bath Street. It is occupied as an Exhibition of Arts and Manufactures connected with Architecture
OS1/21/32/23 UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [nr Hope St] U.P.Church U.P.Church Mr Logan Sauchiehall Street Church Officer 006.10 A large and handsome built edifice the interior of which is witted up with pews, gallery etc sufficiently for about 1100 persons.
OS1/21/32/23 WELLINGTON PLACE Wellington Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of fine dwellinghouses on the south side of Sauchiehall Street
OS1/21/32/23 VI-10 No.5 City of Glasgow
OS1/21/32/24 FREE CHURCH NORMAL SEMINARY [Cowcaddens St] Free Church Normal Seminary Free Church Normal Seminary Rector School Documents 006.10 A large and handsome edifice on the south side of Cowcaddens Street
OS1/21/32/25 HILLINGTON PLACE Hillington Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of 3 houses on the east side of Elderslie Street
OS1/21/32/25 LORN PLACE Lorn Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of houses on the north side of Dumbarton road
OS1/21/32/25 ST JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHAPEL St John's Episcopal Chapel St John's Episcopal Chapel Church Officer Mr Milroy 006.10 A small edifice, the interior of which is well fitted up with pews, sufficiently commodious for about 520 persons
OS1/21/32/25 WEST ST VINCENT STREET West St Vincent Street Corner Tickets 006.10 Street being the continuation of St Vincent Street from Elderslie Street to its termination at the "Dumbarton Road"
OS1/21/32/25 WILLIAM STREET William Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A long narrow street leading westerly from North Street and terminating at Elderslie Street
OS1/21/32/25 VI-10 No.8 Trace 1 City of Glasgow
OS1/21/32/26 PATERSON STREET Paterson Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A short street leading from Richard Street to William Street
OS1/21/32/26 PORT STREET Port Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A street branching northerly from Stobcross Street and terminating in the meantime at the N.W. corner of Reservoir
OS1/21/32/26 ST MATTHEW'S CHURCH St Matthew's Church St Matthew's Church (Quoad Sacra) Mr Milroy Church Officer Directory 006.10 A tolerably sized edifice the interior of which is well fitted up with pews gallery etc sufficiently commodious for about 800 persons. This church was recently erected into a Quoad sacra charge.
OS1/21/32/26 ST MATTHEW'S SCHOOL St Matthew's School St Matthew's Shool Schoolmasters On Front of Building 006.10 A tolerably large schoolhouse in connection with the Church of the same name
OS1/21/32/26 VI-10 No.8 City of Glasgow
OS1/21/32/27 CRANSTON STREET Cranston Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A street leading in a westerly direction from Main Street and terminating at Elliot Street
OS1/21/32/27 HILL STREET Hill Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A street leading in a northerly direction from Stobcross Street and terminating at the end of Dumbarton Road
OS1/21/32/27 HOULDSWORTH PLACE Houldsworth Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of 3 houses on the north side of Cranston Street
OS1/21/32/27 OAK STREET Oak Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A short street branching northerly from Stobcross Street and terminating at Cranston Street
OS1/21/32/27 ST PATRICK'S R.C. CHAPEL St Patrick's Chapel R.C. Mr Hanlan Priest 006.10 A handsomely built edifice the interior of which is well fitted up with pews etc. Accommodates about 800 persons.
OS1/21/32/27 ST PATRICK'S SCHOOL St Patrick's School Mr Hanlan, Priest 006.10 A handsomely built school house in connection with the above chapel.
OS1/21/32/27 VI-10 No.8 City of Glasgow
OS1/21/32/28 ANDERSTON BURGH SCHOOL 006.10 A building 3 storeys high in which are 3 different schools. The one in the upper flat is in connection with St Jude's Chapel. The second is denominated "Anderston Burgh School" and the ground floor as shown on trace is a Female School of Industry.
OS1/21/32/28 CATHERINE STREET Catherine Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A short street leading from Stobcross Street to Cranston Street
OS1/21/32/28 CRANSTON PLACE Cranston Place Corner Ticket 006.10 That house situated at the extreme end of the north side of Cranston Street
OS1/21/32/28 FEMALE SCHOOL OF INDUSTRY [nr Catherine St] Female School of Industry School masters 006.10 A building 3 storeys high in which are 3 different schools. The one in the upper flat is in connection with St Jude's Chapel. The second is denominated "Anderston Burgh School" and the ground floor as shown on trace is a Female School of Industry.
OS1/21/32/28 ST JUDE'S EPISCOPAL CHAPEL SCHOOL 006.10 A building 3 storeys high in which are 3 different schools. The one in the upper flat is in connection with St Jude's Chapel. The second is denominated "Anderston Burgh School" and the ground floor as shown on trace is a Female School of Industry.
OS1/21/32/28 ST MARK'S FREE CHURCH Free St Mark's Church Free St Mark's Church Church Officer Directory 006.10 A large and handsome edifice the interior of which is well fitted up with pews gallery etc sufficiently commodious for about 1100 persons.
OS1/21/32/28 ST MATTHEW'S FREE CHURCH SCHOOL Free St Matthew's School Free St Matthew's School Schoolmasters On Front of Building 006.10 A small but handsome schoolhouse on the north side of Main Street. It is in connection with St Matthew's Free Church.
OS1/21/32/29 CAMERON'S COURT Cameron's Court Corner Tickets 006.10 An irregular Court on the north side of Main Street
OS1/21/32/29 CAMERON'S PLACE Cameron's Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A street or lane branching westerly from North Street and terminating at the end of the Court of the same name
OS1/21/32/29 CANNING STREET Canning Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A very short street branching westerly from North Street
OS1/21/32/29 PERTH STREET Perth Street Police Officers Corner Tickets 006.10 A short street or lane branching from Main Street
OS1/21/32/29 SCHOOL WYND School Wynd Corner Tickets 006.10 A narrow Lane or Alley leading from Main Street to the end of Union Place
OS1/21/32/29 UNION PLACE Union Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A short street branching westerly from North Street and terminating at the end of School Wynd
OS1/21/32/29 VI-10 No.8 City of Glasgow
OS1/21/32/30 BELCH PLACE Belch Place Corner Tickets 006.10 An angle of fine buildings fronting Elderslie Street and partly Dumbarton Road. The corner building facing the termination of Main Street is designated "Peden Cross".
OS1/21/32/30 PEDEN'S CROSS Peden Cross Corner Ticket 006.10 An angle of fine buildings fronting Elderslie Street and partly Dumbarton Road. The corner building facing the termination of Main Street is designated "Peden Cross".
OS1/21/32/30 SCHOOL [School Wynd] School Mr Finlay Teacher 006.10 The 2nd flat of a dwelling house on the east side of School Wynd. It is a parish school in connection with the Barony Parish
OS1/21/32/30 WESTEND HORSE BAZAAR West end Horse Bazaar On Front of Buildings Manager 006.10 A large coach yard and stables on the east side of North Street. The property of Mr Menzies.
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OS1/21/32/30 The pre-populated name is entered as "Peden's Cross" but the entry reads "Peden Cross"
OS1/21/32/31 ELMBANK PLACE Elmbank Place Elmbank Place Corner Tickets List of Street Names 006.10 A street leading in a northerly direction from St Vincent Street and terminating at the east end of Elmbank Crescent
OS1/21/32/31 GREENHILL PLACE Greenhill Place Greenhill Place Corner Tickets List of Street names 006.10 This name applies to the north side of St Vincent Street from Pitt Street to India Street
OS1/21/32/31 GREENHILL STREET Greenhill Street Greenhill Street Corner Tickets List of Street Names 006.10 A street being the continuation of Bishop Street but receiving this name at the northern extremity of "Anderston Distillery" and terminating at the end of Holland Place.
OS1/21/32/31 HOLLAND PLACE Holland Place Holland Place Corner Tickets List of Street Names 006.10 A range of handsome dwellings on each side of the upper end of Greenhill Street
OS1/21/32/31 INDIA STREET India Street India Street Corner Tickets List of street names 006.10 A fine street branching in a northerly direction from St Vincent Street and terminating at Elmbank Crescent
OS1/21/32/31 VI-10 No.9 City of Glasgow
OS1/21/32/32 CADZOW STREET Cadzow Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A short street leading northerly from Bothwell Street and terminating at St Vincent Street
OS1/21/32/32 CALENDER WORKS [Cadzow Street] Calender Works Calender Works Mr Gilmour Proprietor On Front of Buildings 006.10 A range of large buildings occupying the whole east side of Cadzow Street and are occupied as Calender works by Mr Gilmour & Galbraith
OS1/21/32/32 POWERLOOM COTTON FACTORY AND COACH WORKS [nr Cadzow St] Power-loom Factory and Coach Works Power-loom Factory and Coach Works Managers Mr Begby Proprietor 006.10 A large building 5 storeys high, the upper floors are occupied as a power loom factory (Cotton) and the 2 lower floors as coach works.
OS1/21/32/32 RICHARD STREET Richard Street Richard Street Corner Tickets Printed List of Streets 006.10 A street leading in a westerly direction from Cadzow Street and terminating at Elderslie Street
OS1/21/32/33 DOUGLAS LANE Douglas Lane Corner Tickets 006.10 A short Lane leading from West George Lane to Jane Street
OS1/21/32/33 HOWARD PLACE Howard Place Corner Tickets 006.10 Three houses on the east side of Douglas Street.
OS1/21/32/33 ST JUDE'S EPISCOPAL CHAPEL St Jude's Chapel (Episcopal) Seats for 800 Church Officer 006.10 A handsome built edifice the interior of which is well fitted up with pews gallery etc accommodates about 800 person
OS1/21/32/33 TERRACE STREET Terrace Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A short Street branching in a S. easterly direction from St Vincent Street, and terminating at Pitt St.
OS1/21/32/33 UNITARIAN CHAPEL Unitarian Chapel (Seats for 500) Church Officer 006.10 A small but handsome built edifice, the interior of which is fitted up with pews sufficiently commodious for about 500 persons
OS1/21/32/33 33 [right corner of header] VI-10 No 9 City of Glasgow [in header] VI-10 No 9 Trace 2 [Situation for Unitarian Chapel] VI-10 No 9 Trace 2 [Situation for St Jude's Episcopal Chapel] VI-10 No 9 Trace 2 [Situation for Terrace Street] VI-10 No 9 Trace 2 [Situation for Douglas Lane] VI-10 No 9 Trace 2 [Situation for Howard Place]
OS1/21/32/34 BLYTHSWOOD SQUARE Blythswood Square Corner Tickets 006.10 A tastefully laid out garden surrounded by rows of handsome dwellinghouses
OS1/21/32/34 JANE STREET Jane Street Corner Ticket 006.10 A street branching westerly from Blythswood Square and terminating at St Jude's Chapel
OS1/21/32/34 MILTON PLACE Milton Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of fine dwellinghouses on the north side of St Vincent Street and extending from Pitt Street to Douglas Street
OS1/21/32/34 OAKFIELD PLACE Oakfield Place Corner Tickets 006.10 That block of buildings partly fronting Jane Street and partly Douglas Street
OS1/21/32/35 ANDERSTON DISTILLERY Anderston Distillery Anderston Distillery Manager On Front of Buildings 006 A large Distillery having a small mill, some kilns, and large Malt Barns etc attached.
OS1/21/32/35 BOTHWELL STREET Bothwell Street Bothwell Street Corner Tickets Printed List of Streets 006.10 A street leading westerly from Greenhill Street and terminating at North Street
OS1/21/32/35 DYE WORKS [Bishop St] Dye Works Dye Works Manager Mr Gilchrist Proprietor 006.10 Tolerably large dye works on the west side of Bishop Street
OS1/21/32/35 FLOUR MILL [Bothwell St] Flour Mill Flour Mill Mr Austin Proprietor Manager 006.10 A large flour mill on the north side of Bothwell Street (Anderston)
OS1/21/32/35 POWERLOOM FACTORY [nr Bothwell St] Power-loom Factory (Muslin) Power-loom factory Manager Clerks 006.10 A large Power-loom factory (muslin) having a tolerably large calendar work, some minor weaving shops, a Spinning mill etc attached. The property of Mr Cochrane.
OS1/21/32/35 VI-10 No.9 City of Glasgow
OS1/21/32/36 BLYTHSWOOD BUILDINGS Blythswood Buildings On Front of Buildings 006.10 A very large Iron furnishing Warehouse on the south side of Bothwell Street
OS1/21/32/36 BLYTHSWOOD TERRACE Blythswood Terrace Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of fine buildings on the north side of Bothwell Street between Mains Street and Douglas Street
OS1/21/32/36 BOTHWELL LANE Bothwell Lane Corner Tickets 006.10 A narrow lane leading from Mains Street to Campbell Street
OS1/21/32/36 BOTHWELL PLACE Bothwell Place Corner Tickets 006.10 2 dwelling houses on the west side of Pitt Street
OS1/21/32/36 GAELIC FREE CHURCH Gaelic Free Church (seats for 900) Church Officer 006.10 A small plain building the interior of which is fitted up with pews, gallery. Accommodates about 900 persons.
OS1/21/32/36 SCHOOL [St Peter's Free Church] School Church Officer 006.10 On the north side (of St Peter's Free Church) is a large school which is in connection with the church.
OS1/21/32/36 ST PETER'S FREE CHURCH St Peter's Free Church (seats for 1200) Church Officer 006.10 A large and handsome built edifice the interior of which is well fitted up with pews, gallery etc sufficiently commodious for about 1200 persons. On the north side is a large school which is in connection with the church.
OS1/21/32/36 ST PETER'S LANE St Peter's Lane Corner Tickets 006.10 A narrow lane leading from Douglas Street to Mains Street
OS1/21/32/36 VI-10 No.9 City of Glasgow
OS1/21/32/37 BRANDON PLACE Brandon Place Brandon Place Corner Tickets List of street 006.10 This name applies to both sides of West George Street from Mains Street to Wellington Street
OS1/21/32/37 ST GEORGE'S FREE CHURCH St George's Free Church Seats for 1200 St George's Free Church Church Officer Chrch documents 006.10 A large and plain built edifice the interior of which is well fitted up with pews, 2 side galleries etc sufficiently commodious for about 1200 persons, attached to the south end of the church is a vestry and Schoolroom for the accommodation of the Sabbath scholars
OS1/21/32/37 WEST GEORGE STREET West George Street West George Street Corner Tickets Printed List of Streets 006.10 A long street extending in a westerly direction from St George's Church to Blythswood Square
OS1/21/32/37 WEST REGENT LANE West Regent Lane Corner Tickets 006.10 A narrow Lane or Alley branching in a westerly direction from West Nile Street and terminating at St George's Free Church
OS1/21/32/37 WEST REGENT STREET West Regent Street West Regent Street Corner Tickets Printed List of Streets 006.10 A long street branching in a westerly direction from West Nile Street and terminating at Pitt Street
OS1/21/32/37 VI-10 No.10 Trace 1 City of Glasgow
OS1/21/32/38 ABERCROMBY PLACE Abercromby Place Corner Tickets 006.10 This name applies to both sides of West George Street extending from Wellington Street to Hope Street
OS1/21/32/38 BATH LANE Bath Lane Corner Tickets 006.10 A long lane extending from West Nile Street in a westerly direction and terminating at Hope Street
OS1/21/32/38 MOORE PLACE Moore Place Corner Tickets 006.10 This name applies to both sides of West George Street extending from Hope Street to Renfield Street
OS1/21/32/38 PROCURATORS' HALL Procurators' Hall Procurators' Hall Juanitor Printed Documents 006.10 A small but handsome building the interior of which contains a large hall on the ground flat and a Library and other offices on the 2nd. It belongs to the Faculty of Procurators.
OS1/21/32/38 VICTORIA PLACE Victoria Place Corner Ticket 006.10 A range of buildings on the south side of West Regent Street extending from West Nile Street to Renfield Street
OS1/21/32/38 VI-10 No.10 City of Glasgow
OS1/21/32/39 BLYTHSWOOD PLACE Blythswood Place Blythswood Place Corner Tickets List of Street Names 006.10 This name applies to both sides of that portion of St Vincent Street extending from Hope Street to Campbell Street
OS1/21/32/39 BOTHWELL STREET Bothwell Street Bothwell Street Corner Tickets List of Street Names 006.10 A street branching in a westerly (direction) from Hope Street and terminating at St Vincent Street
OS1/21/32/39 RENFIELD LANE Renfield Lane Corner Ticket 006.10 A narrow lane leading from Hope Street (to) Renfield Street
OS1/21/32/39 ST VINCENT LANE St Vincent Lane St Vincent Lane Corner Tickets List of Street Names 006.10 A narrow Lane or Alley running parallel with St Vincent Street from Hope Street to Pitt Street
OS1/21/32/39 ST VINCENT STREET St Vincent Street St Vincent Street Corner Tickets List of Street Names 006.10 A long and wide street branching in a westerly direction from Queen Street and terminating at Elderslie Street
OS1/21/32/39 WEST GEORGE LANE West George Lane Corner Tickets 006.10 A narrow Lane or Alley branching from the west side of West Nile Street in a parallel line with West George Street and terminating at Greenhill Street
OS1/21/32/39 VI-10 No.10 Trace 5 City of Glasgow
OS1/21/32/40 GAELIC FREE CHURCH Free Gaelic Church Free Gaelic Church Free Gaelic Church Church Officer Church Documents Advertisements 006.10 A large square built edifice at the corner of Gordon Street fronting Hope Street. Its interior is well fitted up with pews gallery etc sufficiently commodious for about 1450 persons
OS1/21/32/40 ST MARY'S BUILDINGS St Mary's Buildings Corner Tickets Printed List of Street Names 006.10 A square block of buildings partly fronting St Vincent Street and partly Renfield Street
OS1/21/32/40 UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [nr Bothwell St] U.P. Church Church Officer 006.10 A large and plain built edifice the interior of which is well fitted up with pews gallery etc accommodates about 1500 persons
OS1/21/32/41 DRURY STREET Drury Street Drury Street Corner Ticket Printed List of Streets 006.01 A short (-) leading from Renfield Street to West Nile Street
OS1/21/32/41 RENFIELD STREET Renfield Street Corner Tickets Printed List of Streets 006.10 A long street leading in a northerly direction from Gordon Street and terminating at Cowcaddens Street
OS1/21/32/41 ST MARY'S EPISCOPAL CHAPEL St Mary's Chapel (Episcopal) Church Officer 006.10 A handsome built edifice the interior of which is well fitted up with pews gallery etc. Accommodates about 920 persons
OS1/21/32/41 ST MARY'S LANE St Mary's Lane St Mary's Lane Corner Ticket Printed List of Streets 006.10 A narrow lane leading from Renfield Street to West Nile Street
OS1/21/32/41 WEST NILE STREET West Nile Street Corner Ticket Printed List of Streets 006.10 A street branching in a northerly direction from Gordon Street and terminating at Buchanan Street
OS1/21/32/42 INDEPENDENT CHAPEL [nr Renfield St] Independent Chapel Church Officer 006.10 A large plain built edifice the interior is well fitted up with pews gallery etc sufficiently commodious for about 1000 persons
OS1/21/32/42 VI-10 No10 Trace 6
OS1/21/32/43 FINNIESTON HOUSE Finnieston House Finnieston House Mr Cochrane, Finnieston St List of Streets 006.10 A house occupied by 2 tenants. It was formerly the mansion house of Finnieston Estate.
OS1/21/32/43 FINNIESTON STREET Finnieston Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A street branching from the Clyde or harbour in a northerly direction and terminating at Dumbarton Road
OS1/21/32/43 POWERLOOM FACTORY [Clydebank Printworks] Power-loom Factory Manager 006.10 A large cotton power-loom factory attached to Clydebank Print Works
OS1/21/32/43 SHIP BUILDING YARD [Pointhouse Road] Ship Building Yard Mr Curle Proprietor 006.10 A large ship building yard on the south side of Pointhouse Road or the end of Finnieston Quay. The workshops north of it consisting of Smithy Moulding Shed and Carpenters Shop are belonging to it.
OS1/21/32/43 VERREVILLE HOUSE Verreville House Verreville House Mr Cochrane Directory 006.10 A house on the south side of Stobcross Street. The property of Mr Cochrane.
OS1/21/32/43 VERREVILLE POTTERY Verreville Pottery Verreville Pottery Mr Cochrane Proprietor Directory 006.10 A very extensive pottery on the east side of Finnieston Street and extending as far back as the Rope Walk
OS1/21/32/43 VI-10 No12 City of Glasgow
OS1/21/32/44 CLYDEBANK PRINTWORKS Clyde Bank Print Works Clyde Bank Print Works Mr Smith Proprietor Manager 006.10 Very extensive Print Works on the north side of Finnieston Quay
OS1/21/32/44 DIXON'S SQUARE Dixon's Square Dixon's Square Printed List of Street Police Officers 006.10 A small locality comprising 3 short streets or courts on the west side of Finnieston Street
OS1/21/32/44 FINNIESTON LANE Finnieston Lane Corner Tickets 006.10 A narrow lane branching easterly from Finnieston Street as far as the end of Elliot Works there taking a right angle and terminating at Lancefield Quay
OS1/21/32/44 FINNIESTON QUAY Finnieston Quay Corner Ticket 006.10 That street fronting the Clyde or harbour extending from the end of Finnieston Street to the end of an old avenue or lane which has no name
OS1/21/32/44 POINTHOUSE ROAD Pointhouse Road Pointhouse Road Police Officers Map of City 006.10 An old road or public walk along the side of the river extending from the end of an old avenue to Point House Inn at the foot of Kelvin River
OS1/21/32/45 CLYDEBANK FOUNDRY Clyde Bank Foundry (Iron) Clyde Bank Foundry Clyde Bank Foundry Manager On Front of Building Directory 006.10 A very extensive Iron Foundry on the east side of Finnieston Street
OS1/21/32/45 ELLIOT WORKS Elliot Works (Machinists) Manager On Front of Building 006.10 Small Engine Works on the north side of Finnieston Lane
OS1/21/32/45 LANCEFIELD BUILDINGS Lancefield Buildings On Front of Buildings 006.10 A large storehouse and 2 dwellinghouses at the rear, situated on the west side of Elliot Street
OS1/21/32/45 VI-10 No.12 Trace 5 City of Glasgow
OS1/21/32/45 There is no pre-populated place entry for Lancefield Buildings which is the 3rd entry on this page
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OS1/21/32/47 BOTTLE WORKS [Lancefield St] Bottle Works Gate Keeper 006.10 Large bottle works on the west side of Lancefield Street. They are presently unoccupied.
OS1/21/32/47 HANDLOOM FACTORY [Lancefield St] Hand-loom Factory Manager 006.10 A very large cotton factory on the east side of Lancefield Street, in connection with it is a large Hand loom Factory, a large Weaving Shed (Power loom) and a Spinning Mill
OS1/21/32/47 HILL SQUARE Hill Square Corner Tickets 006.10 A small oblong square betwixt Hill Street and Oak Street
OS1/21/32/47 POWERLOOM FACTORY [Lancefield St] Power loom Factory (Cotton) Manager 006.10 A very large cotton factory on the east side of Lancefield Street, in connection with it is a large Hand loom Factory, a large Weaving Shed (Power loom) and a Spinning Mill
OS1/21/32/47 SPINNING MILL [Lancefield St] Spinning Mill Manager 006.10 A very large cotton factory on the east side of Lancefield Street, in connection with it is a large Hand loom Factory, a large Weaving Shed (Power loom) and a Spinning Mill
OS1/21/32/47 STANHOPE PLACE Stanhope Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A short street leading from Hill Street to Oak Street
OS1/21/32/47 STOBCROSS STREET Stobcross Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A long irregular street leading in westerly direction from the "Gasket House" Main Street and terminating at an old avenue which leads to the end of Finnieston Quay
OS1/21/32/47 VI-10 No.13 City of Glasgow
OS1/21/32/48 DANDY ROW Dandy Row Police Officers 006.10 A row of small dwellinghouses branching N easterly from Stobcross Street
OS1/21/32/48 HOPE STREET Hope Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A short and narrow street branching from the Main Street and terminating at Stobcross Street
OS1/21/32/48 MARBLE WORKS [nr Whitehall St] Marble Cutting Works On entrance 006.10 A large yard having some buildings where marble is cut and polished
OS1/21/32/48 RENWICK PLACE Renwick Place Corner Ticket 006.10 A large house at the corner of Catherine Street with Stobcross Street
OS1/21/32/48 SHARP'S LANE Sharp's Lane Corner Tickets 006.10 A narrow lane leading from Main Street to Stobcross Street
OS1/21/32/48 WHITEHALL STREET Whitehall Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A new street branching southerly from Stobcross Street and terminating at Whitehall Foundry
OS1/21/32/49 JAMIESON'S LANE Jamieson's Lane Corner Ticket 006.10 A narrow Lane branching S westerly from Main Street
OS1/21/32/49 MITCHELL UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Mitchell U.P. Church Mitchell U.P. Church On Front of Building Church Officer 006.10 A small plain built edifice the interior of which is fitted up with pews gallery etc accommodating about 800 persons
OS1/21/32/49 SCOTT'S COURT Scott's Court Tickets 006.10 A large court on the north side of Main Street
OS1/21/32/49 THOMSON'S SQUARE Thomson's Square On Front Buildings 006.10 A small square court approachable by a covered entry from Main Street
OS1/21/32/49 WESTERN POLICE OFFICE Western Police Office Police Officers 006.10 A small Police Office having a Fire Engine shed attached
OS1/21/32/49 LANCEFIELD FORGE Lancefield Forge On Front of Buildings 006.10 A very extensive Forge on the west side of Lancefield Street
OS1/21/32/49 VI-10 No.13 City of Glasgow
OS1/21/32/50 HYDEPARK ENGINE WORKS Hydepark Engine Works Hydepark Engine Works On Front of Building Manager 006.10 Large Engine Works on the west side of Hydepark Street comprising of Locomotive, Marine Fitting Shops and a large Smithy
OS1/21/32/50 HYDEPARK POTTERY AND BOTTLE WORKS Hydepark Pottery and Bottle Works Hydepark Pottery and Bottle Works On Front of Buildings Manager 006.10 A large Pottery and Bottle Works on the east side of Hydepark Street
OS1/21/32/50 LANCEFIELD HOUSE Lancefield House Lancefield House Door Keeper Manager of Foundry 006.10 An old mansion house presently unoccupied The property of _ Napier Esquire
OS1/21/32/50 WHITEHALL FOUNDRY Whitehall Foundry Whitehall Foundry Manager On Front of Buildings 006.10 A large Iron Foundry at the extreme end of Whitehall Street
OS1/21/32/51 ANDERSTON FOUNDRY Anderston Foundry On Front of Buildings Manager 006.10 A large Iron Foundry on the west side of Cheapside Street.
OS1/21/32/51 ST MARK'S CHURCH St Mark's Church Church Officer 006.10 A plain built edifice the interior of which is fitted up with pews gallery etc sufficiently commodious for about 1000 persons. It is a Chapel of ease.
OS1/21/32/51 In the entry for St Mark's Church and the reference to it being a Chapel of ease, the following remark has been added below : "to what Church? I never saw a burial ground attached to a Chapel of Ease. (last line illegible)"
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OS1/21/32/53 ANDERSTON UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Anderston Church (U.P.) [United Presbyterian] Anderston Church (U.P.) [United Presbyterian] Mr Scoular Church Documents 006.10 A large edifice the interior of which is well fitted up with pews galleries etc sufficiently commodious for 1250 persons Attached to the Church is tolerably large Burial ground
OS1/21/32/53 BISHOP STREET Bishop Street Bishop Street Corner Ticket List of Street names 006.10 A Street leading in a northerly direction from Main Street and terminating at Green Hill St near the Bridge
OS1/21/32/53 KIRK CLOSE Kirk Close Ticket on entrance 006.10 A close or court on the north side of Main Street
OS1/21/32/53 MAIN STREET Main Street Main Street Corner Tickets List of Street names 006.10 A long Street commencing at the end of Argyle Street about 1 chain west of the end "Pitt Street", and running in a westerly direction terminating at North end of Hill St. Where ? J.G.
OS1/21/32/53 NASSAU COURT Nassau Court Nassau Court Ticket on entrance List of Street Names 006.10 A court on the north side of Main St
OS1/21/32/53 NORTH CLYDE STREET North Clyde Street North Clyde Street Corner Ticket List of Street names 006.10 A short Street branching from Stobcross St and terminating at Main St.
OS1/21/32/53 SAWMILL COURT Saw Mill Court Corner Ticket 006.10 A court on the north side of Main Street
OS1/21/32/53 53 [right corner of header] VI-10 No. 14 Trace 1 City of Glasgow [in header] VI-10 No 14 Trace 1 [Situation for Anderston United Presbyterian Church] VI-10 No 14 Trace 1 [Situation for Kirk Close] VI-10 No 14 Trace 1 [Situation for Nassau Court] VI-10 No 14 Trace 1 [Situation for Bishop Street] VI-10 No 14 Trace 1 [Situation for Main Street] VI-10 No 14 Trace 1 [Situation for Sawmill Court] VI-10 No 14 Trace 1 [Situation for North Clyde Street]
OS1/21/32/53 Main Street. The word "Where?" and initials "J.G." have been written in pencil with a line to the middle of Description at word "at" and it appears that more detail has been subsequently added. The Name "Sawmill Court" is given, but Spelling "Saw Mill Court".
OS1/21/32/54 ANDERSTON FREE CHURCH Anderston Free Church Anderston Free Church Church Officer Church documents 006.10 A large and handsome edifice the interior of which is well fitted up with pews gallery etc. Accommodates about 1180 persons
OS1/21/32/54 DOUGLAS STREET Douglas Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A long Street branching in a northerly direction from Argyle Street and terminating at Sauchiehall Street
OS1/21/32/54 EBENEZER EVANGELICAL UNION CHAPEL Ebenezer Chapel (E.U.) [Evangelical Union] Ebenezer Chapel (E.U.) [Evangelical Union] Church Officer Advertisements 006.10 A large and plain oblong building the interior of which is well fitted up with pews gallery etc sufficiently commodious for 1200 persons. The denomination is styled the "Evangelical Union"
OS1/21/32/54 PITT STREET Pitt Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A long Street leading in a northerly direction from Argyle Street and terminating at Sauchiehall Street.
OS1/21/32/54 54 [left corner of header] VI-10 No 14 Trace 2 City of Glasgow [in header] VI-10 No 14 Trace 2 [Situation for Pitt Street] VI-10 No 14 Trace 2 [Situation for Douglas Street] VI-10 No 14 Trace 2 [Situation for Ebenezer Chapel] VI-10 No 14 Trace 2 [Situation for Anderston Free Church]
OS1/21/32/55 GUSHET HOUSE Gushet House Gushet House Mr Finlay Teacher Main St Mr Scoular Kirk Close 006.10 A corner house behind Stobcross St and Main Street
OS1/21/32/55 ROPE WORKS [nr Broomielaw St] Rope Works Manager 006.10 This name applies to offices warehouses and machinery sheds belonging to the Rope Walk which extends from this to the Broomielaw near the River Clyde
OS1/21/32/55 SPINNING MILL (Cotton) [nr Stobcross St] Spinning Mill (Cotton) Manager 006.10 A considerable range of buildings in which cotton spinning is carried on
OS1/21/32/55 ST MATTHEW'S NEW SESSIONAL SCHOOL St Matthew's New Sessional School St Matthew's New Sessional School Ticket on Front of Building Schoolmaster 006.10 A school house on the East side of Bishop Street in connection with St Matthew's Parish Church
OS1/21/32/55 55 [right corner of header] VI-14 No 14 Trace 1 City of Glasgow [in header]
OS1/21/32/56 AIKEN PLACE Aiken Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of buildings partly fronting Argyle St and partly Douglas St
OS1/21/32/56 ALLAN PLACE Allan Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of buildings on the east side of Douglas Street
OS1/21/32/56 56 [left corner of header] VI.10 No 14 Trace 2 City of Glasgow [in header]
OS1/21/32/57 BISHOP'S SCHOOL Bishop's School Bishop's School Ticket Schoolmasters 006.10 A small but handsomely built school house. It was erected and is supported by members of the Episcopal Chapel
OS1/21/32/57 MAINS STREET Mains Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A long Street branching from Argyle Street in a northerly direction, and terminating at Sauchiehall St
OS1/21/32/57 ORIGINAL SECESSION CHURCH Original Secession Church Church Officer 006.10 A small edifice the interior of which is fitted up with pews and gallery. Accommodates about 550 persons. The denomination is Presbyterian and was the first who seceded from the Established Church of Scotland
OS1/21/32/57 WEST CAMPBELL STREET West Campbell Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A Street branching in a northerly direction from Argyle Street and terminating at Sauchiehall Street
OS1/21/32/57 57 [right corner of header] VI-10 No 14 Trace 3 City of Glasgow [in header] VI-10 No 14 trace 3 [Situation for Mains Street] VI-10 No 14 trace 3 [Situation for West Campbell Street] VI-10 No 14 trace 3 [Situation for Bishop's School]
OS1/21/32/58 ANDERSTON MILLS (Grain) Anderston Grain Mills Anderston Grain Mills Mr Harvie Proprietor On Entrance 006.10 A large building occupied [as ?] Grain Mills by Mr Harvie Situated in the east side of W [Washington ?] St
OS1/21/32/58 BRASS AND COPPER WORKS [nr Anderston Mills] Brass & Copper Works Brass & Copper Works Mr Primrose Manager 006.10 A square of buildings occup [occupied] as Brass & Copper Works by Mr Ross & Primrose
OS1/21/32/58 GLOBE FOUNDRY (Iron) Globe Foundry (Iron) Globe Foundry (Iron) Robert McLaren Esq Manager 006.10 A large Iron Foundry on the west side of Washington St. The property of Robert McLar [McLaren] It extends from the Power-loom Fa [Factory] to another Iron Foundry having [--]
OS1/21/32/58 POWERLOOM FACTORY [Washington St] Powerloom Factory Powerloom Factory Mr Reid Proprietor Door Keeper 006.10 A large Power-loom cotton Factory on the west side of Washington Street.
OS1/21/32/58 58 [left corner of header] VI-10 No 14 City of Glasgow [in header] VI-10 No. 14 Trace 4 [Situation for Powerloom Factory] VI-10 No. 14 Trace 4 [Situation for Globe Foundry] VI-10 No. 14 Trace 4 [Situation for Anderston Grain Mills] VI-10 No. 14 Trace 4 [Situation for Brass & Copper Works]
OS1/21/32/58 Some words on this page are lost wholly or partly in the tight binding of the right margin.
OS1/21/32/59 CHAPEL [Society of Friends, Brown St] Chapel Chapel Church Officer Mr Brown, President 006.10 A small Chapel in Brown St seated for about 160 persons. It belongs to what is called a "Society of Friends" who take Sunday about in conducting the services, but they are not of the Society of Friends community called "Quakers". J.B.&M.R.L Mr Brown President of the Society says that this is the only denominational name for the Chapel D.H.
OS1/21/32/59 FREE SCHOOL [West College St] Free School Free School Rev W, Arnot Schoolmaster 006.10 A Schoolhouse in West College St where poor children are educated free of school fees. The Teachers are paid by a Committee of Managers
OS1/21/32/59 WEST COLLEGE STREET West College Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A street branching westerly from McAlpine St and terminating at Brown St.
OS1/21/32/59 59 [right corner of header] VI-10 No 14 Trace 5 City of Glasgow [in header] VI-10 No. 14 Trace 5 [Situation for West College Street] VI-10 No. 14 Trace 5 [Situation for Chapel] A house 3 storeys in height, one flat of which is occupied (only temporary) as a School in connection with St Peter's Free Church
OS1/21/32/59 Chapel. The part of Description beginning "Mr Brown" is written in pencil across several columns but appears intended as part of the Description. Also on this page there has been an entry for "St Peter's Free School" which has been scored through, although a portion of Description, beginning "A house 3 Storeys" remains and has been transcribed in additional entries.
OS1/21/32/60 BROWNFIELD CHURCH (Seats for 1000) Brownfield Church (Chapel of Ease) Church Officer School Master 006.10 A tolerably large Church built as a Chapel of ease to St Geo [George's] Church, but is in contemplation of making it a Quoad Sacra Seats for about 1000
OS1/21/32/60 PRINCE ALBERT PLACE Prince Albert Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A large building at each corn [corner] of the north end of James Watt
OS1/21/32/60 YORK PLACE York Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A narrow Lane branching [--] of Argyle St
OS1/21/32/60 ST GEORGE'S SCHOOL OF INDUSTRY St George's School of Industry Church Officer School Master 006.10 Attached [to Brownfield Church] is St George's School of Indus [Industry]
OS1/21/32/60 60 [left corner of header] Trace 6 [Situation for Brownfield Church and St George's School of Industry] Trace 6 [Situation for Prince Albert Place] Trace 6 [Situation for York Place]
OS1/21/32/61 CADOGAN STREET Cadogan Street Corner Ticket 006.10 A Street branching from Pitt Street in an easterly direction and terminating a short distance after crossing Wellington St.
OS1/21/32/61 HOLM STREET Holm Street Corner Ticket 006.10 A Street branching from Pitt St in an easterly direction and terminating a short distance after its intersection with Wellington St
OS1/21/32/61 WATERLOO STREET Waterloo Street Corner Ticket 006.10 A Street branching in an easterly direction from Pitt Street and terminating at Hope Street
OS1/21/32/61 WELLINGTON LANE Wellington Lane Corner Ticket 006.10 A narrow Lane leading easterly from Pitt Street to Wellington Street
OS1/21/32/61 WELLINGTON STREET Wellington Street Corner Ticket 006.10 A long Street leading in a northerly direction from Argyle Street and terminating Sauchiehall St.
OS1/21/32/61 61 [right corner of header] VI-10 No 15 Trace City of Glasgow [in header] VI-10 No 15 Trace 1 [Situation for Holm Street] VI-10 No 15 Trace 1 [Situation for Waterloo Street] VI-10 No 15 Trace 1 [Situation for Cadogan Street] VI-10 No 15 Trace 1 [Situation for Wellington Street] VI-10 No 15 Trace 1 [Situation for Wellington Lane]
OS1/21/32/62 REFORMED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Reformed Presbyterian Church Reformed Presbyterian Church Mr Hayes Church Officer 006.10 A small plain built edifice the is fitted up with pews and gallery, seated for about 600 persons.
OS1/21/32/62 ST ENOCH'S FREE CHURCH St Enoch's Free Church St Enoch's Free Church Mr Marr Church Officer Church Documents 006.10 A plain built edifice the interior of which is well fitted up with pews and gallery commodious for about 1000 persons
OS1/21/32/62 UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH U.P. [United Presbyterian] Church Mr Hayes Church Officer Mr Marr 006.10 A large and handsomely built Church, the interior of which is well fitted up with pews and gallery sufficiently commodious for about 1500 persons
OS1/21/32/62 62 [left corner of header] VI-10 No 15 Trace 1 [Situation for St Enoch's Free Church] VI-10 No 15 Trace 1 [Situation for United Presbyterian Church] VI-10 No 15 Trace 1 [Situation for Reformed Presbyterian Church]
OS1/21/32/63 CORN EXCHANGE Corn Exchange Corn Exchange Corn Exchange Door Keeper Mr Hayes Mr Mann 006.10 A handsome building on the west side of Hope Street, appropriated as the Corn Exchange
OS1/21/32/63 GORDON STREET Gordon Street Corner Ticket 006.10 A Street branching easterly from Hope Street, and terminating at Buchanan Street.
OS1/21/32/63 HOPE STREET Hope Street Corner Ticket 006.10 A long Street leading in a northerly direction from Argyle St. and terminating at the Royal Arcade
OS1/21/32/63 ST COLUMBA'S CHURCH (Gaelic) St Columba Church St Columba Church Church Officer Mr Hill, Writer 006.10 A large and handsomely built edifice the interior of which is well fitted up with pews and gallery, sufficiently commodious for about 1500 persons. It is a Gaelic Church in connection with the Establishment.
OS1/21/32/63 SUGARHOUSE [nr Gordon St] Sugar House Sugar House Manager Mr Hayes 006.10 Small Sugar house having Char hou [house] etc attached
OS1/21/32/63 63 [right corner of header] VI-10 No 15 Trace 2 City of Glasgow [in header] VI-10 No 15 Trace 2 [Situation for Corn Exchange] VI-10 No 15 Trace 2 [Situation for Hope Street] VI-10 No 15 Trace 2 [Situation for St Columba's Church] VI-10 No 15 Trace 2 [Situation for Gordon Street] VI-10 No 15 Trace 2 [Situation for Sugar House]
OS1/21/32/63 The Name "St Columba's Church (Gaelic)" is given on this page, but Spelling "St Columba Church". The Name "Sugarhouse" is given on this page, but Spelling "Sugar House".
OS1/21/32/64 COMMERCIAL BANK OF SCOTLAND Commercial Bank of Scotland Builders 006.10 A large and handsome building newly erected and will be occupied as the Commercial Bank
OS1/21/32/64 INDIA BUILDINGS India Buildings On front 006.10 A large warehouse in Mitchell Street
OS1/21/32/64 MELVILLE LANE Melville Lane Corner Ticket 006.10 A short lane leading southerly from Gordon Street
OS1/21/32/64 MITCHELL LANE Mitchell Lane Corner Ticket 006.10 A short lane leading easterly from Mitchell Street and terminating at Buchanan Street
OS1/21/32/64 RENFIELD CORNER Renfield Corner Ticket 006.10 The corner of Renfield Street with Gordon Street
OS1/21/32/64 UNION CORNER Union Corner Ticket 006.10 This name applies to the corner of Union Street with Gordon Street
OS1/21/32/65 ALSTON STREET Alston Street Corner Ticket 006.10 A Street branching northerly from Argyle St. and terminating at Gordon St.
OS1/21/32/65 BAPTIST CHAPEL Baptist Chapel Baptist Chapel Church Officer William Brodie Holm St 006.10 A small but neatly built edifice the interior of which is fitted up with pews and gallery sufficiently commodious for about 900 persons
OS1/21/32/65 CALEDONIAN RAILWAY GOODS OFFICE Caledonian Railway Goods Office Caledonian Railway Goods Office On Front Clerks 006.10 A large building occupied as a Goods office belonging to the Caledonian Railway
OS1/21/32/65 OLD SCOTCH INDEPENDENT CHAPEL Old Scotch Independent Chapel Old Scotch Independent Chapel Church Officer On front of Building 006.10 A small edifice the interior of which is fitted up with pews & gallery commodious for about 600 persons
OS1/21/32/65 ST PETER'S CHURCH St Peter's Church William Brodie Church Officer 006.10 A plain built edifice, being the parochial church for the Parish of St Peters. Its interior is well fitted up with pews and gallery commodious for about 1000 persons
OS1/21/32/65 65 [right corner of header] VI-10 No 15 City of Glasgow [in header] VI-10 No 15 Trace 4 [Situation for Caledonian Railway Goods Office] VI-10 No 15 Trace 5 [Situation for Baptist Chapel] VI-10 No 15 Trace 5 [Situation for St Peter's Church] VI-10 No 15 Trace 5 [Situation for Old Scotch Independent Chapel] VI-10 No 15 Trace 5 [Situation for Alston Street]
OS1/21/32/66 MITCHELL STREET Mitchell Street Corner Ticket 006.10 A irregular Street branching northerly from Argyle St. and terminating at Gordon Street
OS1/21/32/66 NATIONAL HOTEL National Hotel National Hotel Sign Board J. Connochie 006.10 A tolerably large Hotel in St Enoch's Square, occupied by J. Connochie.
OS1/21/32/66 UNION COURT Union Court Ticket on entrance 006.10 An irregular Court approached to from Argyle St.
OS1/21/32/66 UNION STREET Union Street Corner Ticket 006.10 A wide Street branching northerly from Argyle St. and terminating at Gordon St.
OS1/21/32/66 66 [left corner of header] VI-10 No 15 City of Glasgow [in header] VI-10 No 15 Trace 6 [Situation for Union Street] VI-10 No 15 Trace 6 [Situation for Union Court] VI-10 No 15 Trace 6 [Situation for Mitchell Street] VI-10 No 15 Trace 6 [Situation for National Hotel]
OS1/21/32/67 CLYDE RIVET WORKS Clyde Rivet Works Clyde Rivet Works Mr Morris Proprietor On Front of Building 006.10 Rivet Works having a large oil storehouse etc attached
OS1/21/32/67 ELLIOT STREET Elliot Street Corner Street 006.10 A street branching northerly from Lancefield Quay and terminating at Dumbarton Road
OS1/21/32/67 LANCEFIELD QUAY Lancefield Quay Corner Tickets 006.10 This name applies to that street running along the north side of the river from Lancefield Street, in a westerly direction to the end of Finnieston Street
OS1/21/32/67 MAVISBANK Mavisbank Mavisbank Mr Dick Clyde Galvanizing Works Police Officers 006.10 A house which was formerly a gentlemans residence, but now occupied by several work people
OS1/21/32/67 MAVISBANK QUAY Mavisbank Quay Mavisbank Quay Documents relating to Clyde Galvanising Works Police Officers 006.10 This name applies to that landing place or quay extending westwards from the end of "Love Loan" as far as the last lamp post shewn on Trace 1.
OS1/21/32/67 67 [right corner of header] VI-10 No. 17 City of Glasgow [in header] VI-10 No 17 Trace 1 & 4 [Situation for Mavisbank Quay] VI-10 No 17 Trace 2 [Situation for Lancefield Quay] VI-10 No 17 Trace 3 [Situation for Elliot Street] VI-10 No 17 Trace 4 [Situation for Mavisbank] VI-10 No 17 Trace 5 [Situation for Clyde Rivet Works]
OS1/21/32/68 CLYDE GALVANIZING WORKS Clyde Galvanizing Works Clyde Galvanizing Works Donal Currie Manager On Front of Building 006.10 Galvanizing Works on the south side of the river. The Property of Dick & Co.
OS1/21/32/68 GOVAN ROAD Govan Road Lamp Posts 006.10 This name applies to that road branching from the Paisley Road in direction of the village of Govan
OS1/21/32/68 GREENBANK Greenbank Greenbank Mr Blair Proprietor Police Officers 006.10 A small but neat cottage in the midst of a small ornamental park The property of Mr Blair
OS1/21/32/68 LOVE LOAN Love Loan Love Loan Donal Currie Police Officers 006.10 A narrow Lane leading from the "Govan Road" and terminating at the end of Mavisbank Quay
OS1/21/32/68 MAVISBANK BURN Mavisbank Burn Mavisbank Burn Donal Currie Police Officers 006.10 A small stream or burn having this name from the Govan Road to the Clyde Galvanizing works
OS1/21/32/68 68 [left corner of header] VI.10 No.17. City of Glasgow [in header] Trace 5 [Situation for Clyde Galvanizing Works] Trace 5 [Situation for Love Loan] Trace 5 [Situation for Mavisbank Burn] Trace 5 [Situation for Greenbank] Trace 5 [Situation for Govan Road]
OS1/21/32/69 BELGRAVE PLACE Belgrave Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of buildings partly fronting Dumbarton Road and partly Finnieston Street.
OS1/21/32/69 FINNIESTON FREE CHURCH Finnieston Free Church Church Officer Rev A. Bonar 006.10 A recently built edifice the interior of which is well fitted up with pews galleries etc sufficiently commodious for about 1000 persons
OS1/21/32/69 HYDEPARK FOUNDRY Hydepark Foundry Hydepark Foundry Mr Neilson Manager 006.10 A large Iron Foundry on the west side of Finnieston St. The property of Mr Neilson
OS1/21/32/69 MINERVA PLACE Minerva Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A large corner building at the east end of Minerva Street
OS1/21/32/69 MINERVA STREET Minerva Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A Street branching westerly from the Dumbarton Road
OS1/21/32/69 STOBCROSS HOUSE Stobcross House Stobcross House List of Street names Police Officers 006.10 An old mansion now occupied by several tenants.
OS1/21/32/69 69 [right corner of header] VI-10 No. 7. City of Glasgow [in header] VI-10 No.7 Trace 2 [Situation for Minerva Street] VI-10 No.7 Trace 2 [Situation for Minerva Place] VI-10 No.7 Trace 3 [Situation for Belgrave Place] VI-10 No.7 Trace 3 [Situation for Finnieston Free Church] VI-10 No.7 Trace 4 [Situation for Stobcross House] VI-10 No.7 Trace 5 [Situation for Hydepark Foundry]
OS1/21/32/70 ALMA PLACE [Cranston St] Alma Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of buildings on the south side of Cranston St.
OS1/21/32/70 CRANSTON STREET Cranston Street Corner Ticket 006.10 A short street branching easterly from Elliot St and terminating at Main Street
OS1/21/32/70 CRANSTONHILL FOUNDRY Cranstonhill Foundry Cranstonhill Foundry On Front of Building Manager 006.10 A large Iron Foundry on the west side of Elliot St.
OS1/21/32/70 FREE CHURCH SCHOOL [nr Cranston St] Free Church Scool Free Church Scool Schoolmaster Mr Neilson 006.10 A small school house in connection with the Free Church of Scotland
OS1/21/32/70 GRACE STREET Grace Street Corner Ticket 006.10 A Street branching from Stobcross St and terminating at Finnieston St.
OS1/21/32/70 MELBOURNE PLACE Melbourne Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A house on the east side of Finnieston Street.
OS1/21/32/70 WORLD'S END World's End Corner Tickets 006.10 A narrow Street branching westerly from Finnieston Street.
OS1/21/32/70 70 [left corner of header] VI-10-7 City of Glasgow [in header] VI-10 No. 7 Trace 5 [Situation for Melbourne Place] VI-10 No. 7 Trace 5 [Situation for World's End] VI-10 No. 7 Trace 6 [Situation for Cranstonhill Foundry] VI-10 No. 7 Trace 6 [Situation for Cranston Street] VI-10 No. 7 Trace 6 [Situation for Alma Place] VI-10 No. 7 Trace 6 [Situation for Free Church School]
OS1/21/32/70 Free Church School. The Spelling "Scool" is assumed to have been a clerical error by the surveyor since he has used the correct spelling elsewhere in this entry. No Situation is given for "Grace Street".
OS1/21/32/71 ANDERSTON QUAY Anderston Quay Corner Tickets 006.10 This name applies to that street on the north side of the river, leading from the south end of Lancefield Street to the Broomielaw. For the terminating point, see description for the Broomielaw
OS1/21/32/71 HYDEPARK CORNER Hydepark Corner Hydepark Corner Corner Tickets List of Street Names 006.10 A range of buildings extending from Hydepark Street to St James' Foundry.
OS1/21/32/71 HYDEPARK STREET Hydepark Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A Street branching northerly from Anderston Quay and terminating at Stobcross St.
OS1/21/32/71 LANCEFIELD FOUNDRY Lancefield Foundry Manager & Gatekeeper 006.10 A very large iron Foundry on the north side of Anderston Quay. The property of _ Napier Esq
OS1/21/32/71 LANCEFIELD STREET Lancefield Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A Street leading in a northerly direction from "Lancefield Dock" and terminating at Cranston Street
OS1/21/32/71 LANCEFIELD DOCK Lancefield Dock Manager & Gatekeeper 006.10 A Dock where new vessels are brought into for finishing, or old ones for repairs etc. The property of _ Napier Esq
OS1/21/32/71 71 [right corner of header] VI-10 No. 18 City of Glasgow [in header] VI-10 No 18 Trace 1 [Situation for Lancefield Street] VI-10 No 18 Trace 1 [Situation for Lancefield Foundry] VI-10 No 18 Trace 1 [Situation for Lancefield Dock] VI-10 No 18 Trace 1 [Situation for Anderston Quay] VI-10 No 18 Trace 2 [Situation for Hydepark Street] VI-10 No 18 Trace 2 [Situation for Hydepark Corner]
OS1/21/32/72 CHEAPSIDE STREET Cheapside Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A Street branching from Anderston Quay in a northerly direction and terminating at Stobcross Street
OS1/21/32/72 CLYDE FOUNDRY (Iron) Clyde Foundry (Iron) Manager & Gatekeeper 006.10 A very extensive iron Foundry on the north side of Anderston Quay. The property of Todd & McGregor
OS1/21/32/72 CLYDE ROPE AND SAIL WORKS Clyde Rope & Sail Works Clyde Rope & Sail Works Manager On Front of Building 006.10 Buildings in which Sails of vessels are made also ropes.
OS1/21/32/72 ST JAMES' FOUNDRY (Iron) St James' Foundry (Iron) Manager & gatekeeper 006.10 A large iron foundry on the north side of Anderston Quay. The property of Smith & Rodgers.
OS1/21/32/72 WARROCH STREET Warroch Street Warroch Warrach Corner Tickets A knotty stick. A stunted ill grown person or [--] child. Jamieson 006.10 A street branching northerly from Anderston Quay, and terminating at Stobcross St.
OS1/21/32/72 72 [left corner of header] VI=10 No 18 City of Glasgow [in header] VI-10 No. 18 Trace 2 [Situation for St James' Foundry] VI-10 No. 18 Trace 2 [Situation for Clyde Foundry] VI-10 No. 18 Trace 2 [Situation for Clyde Rope & Sail Works] VI-10 No. 18 Trace 3 [Situation for Warroch Street]
OS1/21/32/73 ANDERSON SPINNING MILL (Cotton) Anderston Spinning Mill (Cotton) Anderston Spinning Mill (Cotton) Manager Printed documents 006.10 A very large spinning mill (cotton) The property of Houldsworth & Co.
OS1/21/32/73 BOAR'S HEAD TAVERN [Anderston Quay] Boarshead Tavern Boarshead Tavern Mr McNeil occupier Sign Board 006.10 An old established public house on the north side of Anderston Quay
OS1/21/32/73 CLYDE STREET Clyde Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A Street branching northerly from Anderston Quay and terminating at Stobcross Street.
OS1/21/32/73 PICCADILLY STREET Piccadilly Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A street leading from Anderston Quay in a northerly direction and terminating at Stobcross St.
OS1/21/32/73 TERMINUS QUAY Terminus Quay Terminus Quay Police Officers Custom house Officers 006.10 This Quay extends from the Mavisbank Quay at "Love Loan" as far as the eastern extremity of the Coal Depot near to the large sheds
OS1/21/32/73 73 [right corner of header] VI-10 No.18 City of Glasgow [in header] VI-10 No. 18 Trace 3 [Situation for Piccadilly Street] VI-10 No. 18 Trace 3 [Situation for Clyde Street] VI-10 No. 18 Trace 3 [Situation for Boar's Head Tavern] VI-10 No. 18 Trace 3 [Situation for Anderston Spinning Mill] VI-10 No. 18 Trace 3 [Situation for Terminus Quay]
OS1/21/32/73 Although the Name "Boar's Head Tavern" is given, only the Spelling "Boarshead Tavern" appears. The Name does not seem to appear on the actual map at all. The Name "Anderson Spinning Mill (Cotton)" appears on this page, but Spelling "Anderston Spinning Mill (Cotton)" and that form is used on the actual map. It is presumed the "Anderson" form was an error by the surveyor.
OS1/21/32/74 SPRINGFIELD QUAY Springfield Quay Springfield Quay Police Officers Custom house Officers 006.10 This Quay extends from the terminus Quay as far east as the foot of "Springfields Lane"
OS1/21/32/74 74 [left corner of header] Traces 5 & 6 [Situation]
OS1/21/32/75 CLYDE HOTEL [Anderston Quay] Clyde Hotel Clyde Hotel Mr Gray & Son Sign Board 006.10 A tolerably large public house in Anderston Quay
OS1/21/32/75 OLD HAWK TAVERN [Anderston Quay] Old Hawk Tavern Old Hawk Tavern Sign Board Mr Agnew occupier 006.10 An old public house in Anderston Quay
OS1/21/32/75 SOAP AND CANDLE WORKS [Clyde St] Soap & Candle Works Mr Burns Proprietor 006.10 Small soap and candle works on the east side of Clyde St. The property of Mr Burns.
OS1/21/32/75 WASHINGTON MILLS (Flour) Washington Mills (Flour) Washington Mills (Flour) Washington Mills (Flour) Mr Peters Gate Keeper On Front of buildings 006.10 Flour Mills on the west side of Washington Street. The property of Mr Peters
OS1/21/32/75 WASHINGTON STREET Washington Street Corner Ticket 006.10 A Street branching in a northerly direction from "Anderston Quay" and terminating at Main Street
OS1/21/32/75 WASTE MILLS (Cotton & Flax) Waste Mills Waste Mills Mr Lynass Proprietor On Gateway 006.10 Mills on the west side of Washington St where the refuse of Cotton, Flax etc are manufactured into various purposes
OS1/21/32/75 75 [right corner of header] VI-10 No 19 Trace 1 City of Glasgow [in header] VI-10 No 19 Trace 1 [Situation for Washington Street] VI-10 No 19 Trace 1 [Situation for Waste Mills] VI-10 No 19 Trace 1 [Situation for Washington Mills (Flour)] VI-10 No 19 Trace 1 [Situation for Soap & Candle Works] VI-10 No 19 Trace 1 [Situation for Old Hawk Tavern] VI-10 No 19 Trace 1 [Situation for Clyde Hotel]
OS1/21/32/76 ANDERSTON QUAY Anderston Quay Corner Ticket 006.10 A long Street fronting the river, and being the continuation of Broomielaw Street from Rob Roy Tavern, and terminating at Where
OS1/21/32/76 CROWN TAVERN [Anderston Quay] Crown Tavern Sign Board Mr McLauglan occr. [occupier] 006.10 A public house near the E. [East] end of Anderston Quay
OS1/21/32/76 ROB ROY TAVERN [Anderston Quay] Rob Roy Tavern Rob Roy Tavern Sign Board Mr Maxwell occupier 006.10 A public house at the extreme end of Anderston Quay
OS1/21/32/76 SUGARHOUSE [nr Anderston Quay] Sugar House Sugar House Manager On Building 006.10 A tolerably large Sugarhouse having Boiler and Engine houses Char Kiln & Char house Cooperage etc attached.
OS1/21/32/76 VULCAN FOUNDRY (Iron) Vulcan Foundry (Iron) Vulcan Foundry (Iron) Accountant Gate Keeper 006.10 A very extensive iron Foundry consisting of Boiler Shop Fitting Shop Turning Shop Smithy etc etc. The property R. Napier Esq.
OS1/21/32/76 76 [left corner of header] VI-10 No 19 Trace 1 [Situation for Sugar House] VI-10 No 19 Trace 1 [Situation for Vulcan Foundry] VI-10 No 19 Trace 1 [Situation for Crown Tavern] VI-10 No 19 Trace 1 [Situation for Rob Roy Tavern] on adjoining Plan [below Name "Anderston Quay"]
OS1/21/32/76 The Name "Sugarhouse" appears on this page, but only the Spelling "Sugar House". The word "Where" has been written in pencil at the end of Description for "Anderston Quay".
OS1/21/32/77 CARRICK STREET Carrick Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A Street leading in a northerly direction from Broomielaw St and terminating at Argyle St.
OS1/21/32/77 GILLIES COURT Gillies Court Corner Tickets 006.10 A small irregular court on the north side of Broomielaw St.
OS1/21/32/77 MCALPINE STREET McAlpine Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A Street branching in a northerly direction from Broomielaw Street and terminating at Argyle St.
OS1/21/32/77 MODEL LODGING HOUSE [McAlpine St] Model Lodging House Model Lodging House Printed Bills Matroness 006.10 A very large building newly erected as a lodging house for the working classes and is under the direction of the "Glasgow Association for improving the lodging houses of the working classes". The portion facing McAlpine St and having the open court within is the male department & the remainder for females.
OS1/21/32/77 OLD SHIP TAVERN [Broomielaw] Old Ship Tavern Old Ship Tavern Sign Board Mr Forrester 006.10 A tolerably large public house in Broomielaw St at the corner of McAlpine St.
OS1/21/32/77 77 [right corner of header] VI-10 No. 19 City of Glasgow [in header] VI-10 No 19 Trace 2 [Situation for McAlpine Street] VI-10 No 19 Trace 2 [Situation for Model Lodging House] VI-10 No 19 Trace 2 [Situation for Carrick Street] VI-10 No 19 Trace 2 [Situation for Old Ship Tavern] VI-10 No 19 Trace 2 [Situation for Gillies Court]
OS1/21/32/78 BROWN STREET Brown Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A Street leading in a northerly direction from Broomielaw Street, and terminating at Argyle St.
OS1/21/32/78 CHURCH (In Ruins) [nr Broomielaw St] Church in Ruins Church in Ruins Mr Findlay Mr Logan Brown St. 006.10 The ruins of a Church, which was built about 40 years ago and was burned down accidently about 11 year ago
OS1/21/32/78 CLYDESDALE BUILDINGS Clydesdale Buildings Corner Ticket 006.10 A range of large buildings partly facing James Watt St and partly the Broomielaw St.
OS1/21/32/78 SCHOOL [Seamen's Chapel] School Mr Finlay Schoolmaster 006.10 In connection with the [Seamen's] Chapel is a large School room which is situated at the rear.
OS1/21/32/78 SEAMEN'S CHAPEL [nr Broomielaw St] Seamen's Chapel Seamen's Chapel Chapel Officer Mr Finlay Schoolmaster 006.10 A small plain built edifice, the interior of which is fitted up with seats to accommodate about 450 persons. It is supported by public subscription and in behoof of seamen. The religious services are conducted by Ministers of the various denominations of the City.
OS1/21/32/78 78 [left corner of header] VI-10 No. 19 Trace 2 [Situation for Brown Street] VI-10 No. 19 Trace 2 [Situation for Seamen's Chapel and School] VI-10 No. 19 Trace 3 [Situation for Clydesdale Buildings]
OS1/21/32/79 EAGLE TEMPERANCE HOTEL [York St] Eagle Temperance Hotel Eagle Temperance Hotel Sign Board Mr Robertson Occupier 006.10 A tolerably large Temperance Hotel at the S.E. [South East] corner of York Street
OS1/21/32/79 JAMES WATT STREET James Watt Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A Street leading in a northerly direction from the Broomielaw Street, and terminating at Argyle St.
OS1/21/32/79 LIVERPOOL AND DUMFRIES HOTEL [Broomielaw St] Liverpool & Dumfries Hotel Liverpool & Dumfries Hotel Sign Board Mr Miller Occupier 006.10 A large public house in Broomielaw St occupied by Mr Miller
OS1/21/32/79 YORK LANE York Lane Corner Ticket 006.10 A short Lane branching easterly from York Street.
OS1/21/32/79 YORK STREET York Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A Street branching in a northerly direction from Broomielaw Street and terminating at Argyle St.
OS1/21/32/79 79 [right corner of header] VI-10 No. 19 City of Glasgow [in header] VI-10 No. 19 Trace 3 [Situation for James Watt Street] VI-10 No. 19 Trace 3 [Situation for York Street] VI-10 No. 19 Trace 3 [Situation for York Lane] VI-10 No. 19 Trace 3 [Situation for Eagle Temperance Hotel] VI-10 No. 19 Trace 3 [Situation for Liverpool & Dumfries Hotel]
OS1/21/32/80 AYRSHIRE TAVERN [Duke St] Ayrshire Tavern Ayrshire Tavern Sign Board Mr Orr occupier 006.10 An old public house at the corner of Dale St with Clyde Place
OS1/21/32/80 CLYDEVIEW BUILDINGS Clydeview Buildings Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of fine buildings at the north end of West St and corner West ? of Clyde Place [--]
OS1/21/32/80 SAILORS' HOME Sailors' Home Sailors' Home Janitors Annual Report Book 006.10 A large and handsomely built edifice surmounted by a round tower at the S.W. [South West] corner. The interior consists of a large Reading Room Dining Room etc. The northern portion which is indicated by the letters S.S.O. on trace is the Seaman's Shiping Office. It was erected by public subscription on behoof of Seamen
OS1/21/32/80 WINDMILLCROFT Windmillcroft Windmillcroft Windmillcroft Police Officers of the district Newspapers Map of City 006.10 A considerable tract of waste ground betwixt Maxwellton Place and the River Clyde The Council are presently converting it into a large Wet Dock.
OS1/21/32/80 80 [left corner of header] VI-10 No 19 City of Glasgow [in header] Trace 3 [Situation for Sailors' Home] Trace 4 [Situation for Windmillcroft] Trace 6 [Situation for Ayrshire Tavern] Trace 6 [Situation for Clydeview Buildings]
OS1/21/32/80 Clydeview Buildings. Part of Description beginning "and corner" has been added in pencil, apparently querying the Description. The final word is unclear and may simply be the initials of the writer.
OS1/21/32/81 BROOMIELAW STREET Broomielaw Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A long and wide Street leading from the north end of the "Glasgow Bridge" in a westerly direction, and terminating at the Rob Roy Tavern a little beyond the end of McAlpine St., thence Anderston Quay
OS1/21/32/81 COPPER WORKS [Robertson St] Copper Works Copper Works Mr Miller Proprietor On front of Buildings 006.10 An oblong square of buildings on the west side of Robertson Street
OS1/21/32/81 OSWALD STREET Oswald Street Corner Ticket 006.10 A street branching from the Broomielaw Street in a northerly direction and terminating at Argyle Street.
OS1/21/32/81 ROBERTSON LANE Robertson Lane Corner Tickets 006.10 A narrow Lane or alley both ends of which branches at right angles from Robertson Street
OS1/21/32/81 ROBERTSON STREET Robertson Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A Street branching from the Broomielaw Street and terminating at Argyle Street
OS1/21/32/81 81 [right corner of header] VI-10 No. 20 Trace 1 City of Glasgow [in header] VI-10 No 20 Trace 1 [Situation for Robertson Lane] VI-10 No 20 Trace 1 [Situation for Robertson Street] VI-10 No 20 Trace 1 [Situation for Broomielaw Street] VI-10 No 20 Trace 1 [Situation for Oswald Street] VI-10 No 20 Trace 1 [Situation for Copper Works]
OS1/21/32/82 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
OS1/21/32/82 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
OS1/21/32/82 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
OS1/21/32/82 WESTFIELD BUILDINGS Westfield Buildings Corner Tickets 006.10 A rectangular range of buildings at the corner of Oswald Street with Broomielaw Street.
OS1/21/32/82 82 [left corner of header] 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]
OS1/21/32/82 The Name "Sugarhouse" is given on this page, but Spelling "Sugar House".
OS1/21/32/83 ANN STREET Ann Street Corner Ticket 006.10 A narrow Street branching westerly from Jamaica Street, and terminating at Oswald Street
OS1/21/32/83 BUCHANAN COURT Buchanan Court Ticket on front of entrance 006.10 An irregular court approached to through a covered entry from the Broomielaw St.
OS1/21/32/83 COLOSSEUM Colosseum Colosseum Sculptured on front of building Mr Anderson 006.10 A tolerably sized building 4 storeys in height, the under flat appropriated as Shops. The 3 upper as Picture Galleries which along with the Hall at the rear are presently occupied as the Royal Polytechnic
OS1/21/32/83 JAMAICA STREET Jamaica Street Corner Ticket 006.10 A Street leading northerly from the "Glasgow Bridge" and terminating at Argyle Street
OS1/21/32/83 WOOD LANE Wood Lane Corner Ticket 006.10 A short Lane branching from the Broomielaw Street, and terminating at a gate near to some Grain Storehouses
OS1/21/32/83 83 [right corner of header] VI-10 No. 20 Trace 2 City of Glasgow [in header] VI-10 No 20 Trace 2 [Situation for Jamaica Street] VI-10 No 20 Trace 2 [Situation for Ann Street] VI-10 No 20 Trace 2 [Situation for Buchanan Court] VI-10 No 20 Trace 2 [Situation for Wood Lane] VI-10 No 20 Trace 2 [Situation for Colosseum]
OS1/21/32/84 BRIDGE INN HOTEL [Broomielaw St] Bridge Inn Hotel Mr Neil Occupier Sign Board 006.10 A house in Broomielaw Street occupied as an Inn and Hotel
OS1/21/32/84 IMPERIAL HOTEL (Broomielaw Street) Imperial Hotel Imperial Hotel Mr McDonald Sign Board 006.10 A house in Broomielaw Street occupied as a Hotel
OS1/21/32/84 LETTER BOX [nr Broomielaw St] Post Office Receiving Box Mr Campbell, Eglinton St Mr Anderson 006.10 A concaved iron pillar containing a Post Office receiving box.
OS1/21/32/84 NEW BYRON HOTEL [Broomielaw St] New Byron Hotel New Byron Hotel Sign Board Mr Allison Mr Graham Mr Kirkland 006.10 A house occupied as a Hotel in Broomielaw Street
OS1/21/32/84 NEW YORK TAVERN [Broomielaw St] New York Tavern New York Tavern Sign Board Mr Grant Occupier 006.10 A house occupied as a Tavern in Broomielaw Street
OS1/21/32/84 84 [left corner of header] VI-10 No 20 Trace 2 [Situation for Bridge Inn Hotel] VI-10 No 20 Trace 2 [Situation for Imperial Hotel] VI-10 No 20 Trace 2 [Situation for New York Tavern] VI-10 No 20 Trace 2 [Situation for New Byron Hotel] VI-10 No 20 Trace 2 [Situation for Letter Box]
OS1/21/32/84 New Byron Hotel. The Authorities "Mr Graham" and "Mr Kirkland" appear to have been added in pencil by a different hand.
OS1/21/32/85 CITIZEN NEWSPAPER OFFICE [St Enoch's Square] Citizen Newspaper Office Citizen Newspaper Office Clerk On Front and rear of buildings 006.10 A small square of buildings on the west side of St Enoch's Square, occupied as the Citizen Newspaper printing offices
OS1/21/32/85 FACULTY OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS HALL Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons Hall Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons Hall Mr Menzies, Janitor Written documents relative thereto 006.10 A small building in St Enoch's Square occupied as a hall by the Faculty of Physicians & Surgeons
OS1/21/32/85 HOWARD STREET Howard Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A street branching easterly from Jamaica Street and terminating at Maxwell St.
OS1/21/32/85 ST ENOCH'S CHURCH St Enoch's Church St Enoch's Church Mr Wilkie, Church Officer Mr Menzies 006.10 At the south end of it [St Enoch's Square] is St Enoch's Parish Church, a large building having a portico in front. The interior is well fitted up with pews Galleries etc sufficiently commodious for 1200 persons
OS1/21/32/85 ST ENOCH'S SQUARE St Enoch's Square Corner Tickets 006.10 An oblong square situated between Argyle Street and Howard Street
OS1/21/32/85 85 [right corner of header] VI-10 No 20 Trace 3 City of Glasgow [in header] VI-10 No. 20 Trace 3 [Situation for St Enoch's Square] VI-10 No. 20 Trace 3 [Situation for St Enoch's Church] VI-10 No. 20 Trace 3 [Situation for Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons Hall] VI-10 No. 20 Trace 3 [Situation for Citizen Newspaper Office] VI-10 No. 20 Trace 3 [Situation for Howard Street]
OS1/21/32/86 ADAM'S COURT LANE Adam's Court Lane Corner Tickets 006.10 A narrow Lane or Alley branching northerly from Howard Street and terminating at Argyle St
OS1/21/32/86 DIXON STREET Dixon Street Corner Ticket 006.10 A short Street branching fr [from] Howard St and terminating at Great Clyde Street
OS1/21/32/86 GLASGOW BRIDGE Glasgow Bridge Glasgow Bridge Police Officers Printed papers 006.10 A magnificent granite built b [bridge ?] of 7 arches over the River Clyde its parapets are formed into eleg [elegant ?] open ballustrades.
OS1/21/32/86 HOWARD COURT Howard Court Entrance Tickets 006.10 A narrow Court or Lane branc [branching] from Howard Street and terminating [at ?] Great Clyde Street
OS1/21/32/86 STEAMBOAT WHARF [Glasgow Bridge] Steamboat Wharf Steamboat Wharf Landing Waiters Printed papers 006.10 A Quay or Wharf extending from Glasgow Bridge to opposite the [end ?] of Oswald Street.
OS1/21/32/86 86 [left corner of header] VI-10 No 20 Trace 3 & 5 City of Glasgow [in header] VI-10 No. 20 Trace 3 [Situation for Adam's Court Lane] VI-10 No. 20 Trace 3 [Situation for Howard Court] VI-10 No. 20 Trace 3 [Situation for Dixon Street] VI-10 No. 20 Trace 5 [Situation for Glasgow Bridge] VI-10 No. 20 Trace 5 [Situation for Steamboat Wharf]
OS1/21/32/86 Some words on this page are lost in the tight binding of right margin.
OS1/21/32/87 CLYDE HOTEL [Great Clyde St] Clyde Hotel Clyde Hotel Sign Board Mr Thomson Occr [Occupier] 006.10 A house 3 storeys in height occupied as a Hotel
OS1/21/32/87 CUSTOM HOUSE [Great Clyde St] Custom House Custom House Oficers 006.10 A large and handsome building in Great Clyde Street. The ground floor comprises of the Landing Waiters Room, Emigration Office, Gaugers Room, Proof Room, etc etc. Behind is the Queen's Storehouse, see trace 3
OS1/21/32/87 TEMPERANCE HOTEL [Great Clyde St] Temperance Hotel Temperance Hotel Sign Board Mr Thomson 006.10 A large house occupied as a Temperance Hotel
OS1/21/32/87 LAMBRE'S HOTEL (Great Clyde St) Lambre's Hotel Lambre's Hotel Sign Board Mr Lambre 006.10 A large Hotel in Great Clyde Street, occupied by Mr Lambre
OS1/21/32/87 87 [right corner of header] VI-10 No 20 Trace City of Glasgow [in header] VI-10 No. 20 Trace 6 [Situation for Custom House] VI-10 No. 20 Trace 6 [Situation for Clyde Hotel] VI-10 No. 20 Trace 6 [Situation for Temperance Hotel] VI-10 No. 20 Trace 6 [Situation for Lambre's Hotel]
OS1/21/32/88 88 [left corner of header]
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OS1/21/32/89 GREAT WELLINGTON STREET Great Wellington Street Corner Ticket 006.10 A short Street branching southerly from the "Paisley Road"
OS1/21/32/89 PARK HOUSE Park House Park House Mr McDonald Mr Hood, Park Grove 006.10 A house having offices a small garden and park attached.
OS1/21/32/89 PARKHOUSE COTTAGE Parkhouse Cottage Parkhouse Cottage Mr McDonald Mr Hood 006.10 A small cottage and out-houses having a few acres of land attached
OS1/21/32/89 89 [right corner of header] VI-10 No 22 Trace 5 [Situation for Park House] VI-10 No 22 Trace 5 [Situation for Parkhouse Cottage] VI-10 No 22 Trace 6 [Situation for Great Wellington Street]
OS1/21/32/90 GREENLAW HOUSE Greenlaw House Mr Littleton 006.10 A cottage having a garden attached. The property of Mr Litt [Littleton]
OS1/21/32/90 GREENLAW PLACE Greenlaw Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of fine dwelling houses on the south side of the Paisley R [Road]
OS1/21/32/90 PARK BUILDINGS Park Buildings Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of dwelling houses on [the ?] north side the "Paisley Road"
OS1/21/32/90 PARK GROVE Park Grove Park Grove Mr Hood Park Grove Police Officers 006.10 Two fine buildings having [small ?] gardens attached
OS1/21/32/90 PARKHOUSE T.P. Parkhouse T.P. [Turnpike] Toll Keeper 006.10 Turnpike gates on the Paisley Road and the end of the Govan Road.
OS1/21/32/90 RUTLAND CRESCENT Rutland Crescent Corner Tickets 006.10 A Crescent branching southerly from the Govan Road
OS1/21/32/90 RUTLAND PLACE Rutland Place Corner Tickets 006.10 Two ranges of fine dwelling ho [houses] on the south side of the Govan [Road ?]
OS1/21/32/90 90 [left corner of header] VI-10 No 22 Trace 2 City of Glasgow [in header] VI-10 No 22 Trace 2 [Situation for Rutland Place] VI-10 No 22 Trace 2 [Situation for Rutland Crescent] VI-10 No 22 Trace 2 [Situation for Park Buildings] VI-10 No 22 Trace 3 [Situation for Greenlaw House] VI-10 No 22 Trace 3 [Situation for Parkhouse Turnpike] VI-10 No 22 Trace 3 [Situation for Greenlaw Place] VI-10 No 22 Trace 4 [Situation for Park Grove]
OS1/21/32/90 Some words on this page are lost wholly or in part in the tight binding of right margin.
OS1/21/32/91 ALMA IRON WORKS Alma Iron Works Mr Miller Proprietor 006.10 A block of new buildings to be appropriated as Iron Works
OS1/21/32/91 ALMA PLACE [Paisley Rd] Alma Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of fine dwelling houses on the north side of the Paisley Road
OS1/21/32/91 KINNING PLACE Kinning Place Corner Tickets 006.10 2 ranges of fine dwelling houses on the south side of Paisley Road
OS1/21/32/91 PARK HOUSE Park House James Smith Esq 006.10 A neat villa having a garden and a small plot of ornamental ground attached.
OS1/21/32/91 SPRINGFIELD HOUSE Springfield House Springfield House Police Officers Printed List of Streets 006.10 A large house, presently unoccupied situated at the extreme west end of Springfield Place
OS1/21/32/91 SPRINGFIELD LANE Springfield Lane Corner Tickets 006.10 A narrow Lane leading from Paisley Road to the Harbour or Quay
OS1/21/32/91 SPRINGFIELD PLACE Springfield Place Police Officers 006.10 A short Street branching westerly from Springfield Lane to Springfield House.
OS1/21/32/91 91 [right corner of header] VI-10 No. 23 City of Glasgow [in header] VI-10 No. 23 Trace 2 [Situation for Park House] VI-10 No. 23 Trace 2 [Situation for Alma Place] VI-10 No. 23 Trace 2 [Situation for Kinning Place] VI-10 No. 23 Trace 3 [Situation for Alma Iron Works] VI-10 No. 23 Trace 3 [Situation for Springfield House] VI-10 No. 23 Trace 3 [Situation for Springfield Place] VI-10 No. 23 Trace 3 [Situation for Springfield Lane]
OS1/21/32/92 PARK PLACE Park Place Park Place Mr Scott Park House Police Officers 006.10 This name applies to those villas and range of houses which are on the north side of the Paisley Road, and situated betwixt the Harbour Branch Railway and "Alma Place"
OS1/21/32/92 PARK VILLA Park Villa Park Villa James Smith Esq Police Officers 006.10 A neat villa in Park Place having gardens attached. Occupied by James Smith Esq
OS1/21/32/92 PARKHOLM Parkholm Parkholm Police Officers Printed List of Streets 006.10 2 houses and some out houses which were formerly occupied as one farm house.
OS1/21/32/92 PARKPLACE COTTAGE Parkplace Cottage William Kay Parkplace Cottage Police Officers 006.10 A neat villa having a flower and veg. [vegetable] garden attached
OS1/21/32/92 SAINT JAMES' STREET St James' Street St James' Street Corner Tickets Printed List of Streets 006.10 A Street commencing at the entrance into the Coal Depot and running in a southerly direction as far as there are buildings.
OS1/21/32/92 92 [left corner of header] VI-10 No 23 City of Glasgow [in header] VI-10 No 23 Trace 1 [Situation for Saint James' Street] VI-10 No 23 Trace 1 [Situation for Park Place] VI-10 No 23 Trace 2 [Situation for Parkholm] VI-10 No 23 Trace 2 [Situation for Parkplace Cottage] VI-10 No 23 Trace 2 [Situation for Park Villa]
OS1/21/32/92 The Name "Saint James' Street" is given, but Spelling "St James' Street". The Name has actually been scored through and altered from "St" to "Saint", which is the only example of such an adjustment I have seen in Glasgow.
OS1/21/32/93 ABBEYGREEN PLACE Abbeygreen Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of houses on the north side of Houston St.
OS1/21/32/93 CATHCART STREET Cathcart Street Corner Ticket 006.10 A new Street branching southerly from Houston Street and terminating at Scotland Street
OS1/21/32/93 HOUSTON STREET Houston Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A Street leading from the Sheilds Road and terminating at the formation of a new Street
OS1/21/32/93 UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Pollock St] U.P. [United Presbyterian] Church Mr Turnbull Church Officer 006.10 A handsomely built edifice, the interior of which is well fitted up with pews gallery etc sufficiently commodious for about 1000 persons. There is a Hall in connection with it, on the north side.
OS1/21/32/93 POLLOCK STREET Pollock Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A Street leading from the Paisley Road in a south easterly direction and terminating at Scotland Street
OS1/21/32/93 93 [right corner of header] VI-10 No. 23 Trace 5 [Situation for United Presbyterian Church] VI-10 No. 23 Trace 5 [Situation for Pollock Street] VI-10 No. 23 Trace 5 [Situation for Abbeygreen Place] VI-10 No. 23 Trace 5 [Situation for Houston Street] VI-10 No. 23 Trace 5 [Situation for Cathcart Street]
OS1/21/32/94 CALEDONIAN RAILWAY (Harbour Branch) Caledonian Railway (Harbour Branch Police Officers 006.10 A branch line leaving the main line and terminating at the harbour
OS1/21/32/94 ROSENEATH COTTAGE Roseneath Cottage Corner tickets 006.10 A house on the south side of the Paisley Road
OS1/21/32/94 SHEILDS ROAD Shields Road Police Officers 006.10 A road leading from the Paisley Road towards Pollok shields or shields farm houses. The name terminates at the first railway bridge or viaduct
OS1/21/32/94 WALLACE GROVE Wallace Grove Mr Green proprietor List of street names 006.10 A handsome cottage having a garden and plot of ornamental ground attached
OS1/21/32/94 WATT STREET Watt Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A new street leading from the Paisley Road and term inating at Scotland Street
OS1/21/32/94 WEST KINGSTON West Kingston Corner Tickets 006.10 A house on the south side of Paisley Road
OS1/21/32/94 94 No 21
OS1/21/32/95 KINNING COTTAGE Kinning Cottage Mr West proprietor Police Officers 006.10 A neat cottage having a garden attached
OS1/21/32/95 KINNING HOUSE Kinning House Police Officers Mr West 006.10 A neat villa having a large garden and a small plot of ornamental grounds attached
OS1/21/32/95 NEWFIELD LANE Newfield Lane Corner Ticket 006.10 A short lane west of Kinning Place
OS1/21/32/95 SOUTH KINNING PLACE South Kinning Place orner Ticket 006.10 A street branching from the Paisley Road and terminating at Houston Street
OS1/21/32/95 City of Glasgow No 21
OS1/21/32/96 96 [left corner of header]
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OS1/21/32/97 ALBERT PLACE Albert Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of 2 buildings on the east side of Dundas Street
OS1/21/32/97 BRIERY PLACE Briery Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of buildingson the west side of Paterson Street
OS1/21/32/97 JANE PLACE Jane Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of buildingson the east side of Paterson Street. between St James Street and Gloucester Street
OS1/21/32/97 KINGSTON CHURCH Kingston Church Church Officer Printed documents 006.10 A large and handsome edifice the anterior of which is well fitted up with pews gallery etc sufficiently commodious for about 1020. This is a chapel on lease to Govan Parish Church, but is in contemplation to get it erected
OS1/21/32/98 KINGSTON TERRACE Kingston Terrace Corner tickets 006.10 A range of buildings on the west side of West Street between the end of St James Street and Gloucester Street
OS1/21/32/98 MELVILLE STREET Melville Street Corner tickets 006.10 A short street leading from West Street to Centre Street
OS1/21/32/99 CLARENCE STREET Clarence Street Corner Tickets List of streets 006.10 A short street leading from St James Street in a southerly direction and terminating at Gloucester Street
OS1/21/32/99 ELDON PLACE Eldon Place Corner Tickets 006.10 That range of buildings on the south side of St James Street opposite to Kingston Place
OS1/21/32/99 FLOUR MILL [nr St James' Street] Flour Mill Manager on front of building 006.10 A large flour mill having engine house, boilers etc attached
OS1/21/32/99 KINGSTON PLACE Kingston Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A range of fine buildings on the north side of St James Street between Paterson Street and Dundas Street
OS1/21/32/100 MAXWELTON PLACE Maxwellton Place Corner tickets Map of Glasgow Printed list of streets 006.10 A range of handsome buildings on the south side of the Paisley Road between Paterson Street and Dundas Street
OS1/21/32/100 MORRISON STREET Morrison Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A street branching westerly from ______ street and terminating as Dundas _____
OS1/21/32/100 PAISLEY ROAD Paisley Road Corner Tickets List of Streets 006.10 A street or road leading in a westerly direction from West Street towards Paisley, hence the name
OS1/21/32/100 UNION FREE CHURCH 006.10
OS1/21/32/100 the last few words on each line in description are missing.
OS1/21/32/101 BRIDGE STREET Bridge Street Corner Ticket 006.10 A wide Street running southerly from Jamaica St Bridge to the end of nelson Street thence called Eglinton Street
OS1/21/32/101 ENGINE WORKS [Centre St] Engine Works Engine Works Manager Mr Randolph Proprietor 006.10 A large block of buildings on the west side of Centre Street and east side of Dale Street.
OS1/21/32/101 FLOUR MILL [nr King St] Flour Mill Flour Mill Manager Locker of the Bonded Warehouse 006.10 North of which [Free Church] is a square of large buildings having a court in the centre occupied as a Bonded & Free Warehouse, Flour Mill, Bake House etc.
OS1/21/32/101 FREE CHURCH [nr King St] Free Church (seats for 800) Free Church (seats for 800) Church Officer The Rev Mr Bremner 006.10 A small but handsomely built edifice of the Gothic Style. The interior is well fitted up with pews galleries etc sufficiently commodious for about 800 persons. Attached to the north end of the Church is a Vestry and Sessionhouse
OS1/21/32/101 KING STREET King Street Corner Ticket 006.10 A long street branching from the west side of Bridge Street and terminating at West Street
OS1/21/32/101 101 [right corner of header] VI-10 No 25 City of Glasgow [in header] VI.10.25 Trace 1 [Situation for King Street] VI.10.25 Trace 1 [Situation for Free Church] VI.10.25 Trace 1 [Situation for Flour Mill] VI.10.25 Trace 1 [Situation for Engine Works] VI.10.25 Trace 2 [Situation for Bridge Street]
OS1/21/32/101 Flour Mill. The Description for this Name runs on from that for Free Church and makes reference to other premises which the surveyor has not otherwise listed as separate Names.
OS1/21/32/102 BANK OF SCOTLAND [Bridge St] Bank of Scotland 006.10 A handsome new building at the corner of Bridge Street and Carlton Place
OS1/21/32/102 BRIDGE STREET STATION Bridge Street Station Station Master Station Tickets 006.10 This name applies to a large shed at the terminus of the Glasgow and Western Railway close to a large building on the east having a doric portico out in front facing Bridge Street This building comprises the booking office, postal offices and telegraph offices
OS1/21/32/102 CARLTON PLACE Carlton Place Corner Tickets 006.10 A street fronting the River Clyde and extending from the end of Jamaica Street Bridge to the Free Church at the end of Buchan Street
OS1/21/32/102 RAILWAY ARMS TAVERN [Bridge St] Railway Arms Tavern Sign Board Station Master 006.10 A house on the south side of the railway station occupied as a tavern
OS1/21/32/103 AUCHINAIRN PLACE Auchinairn Place Corner Tickets 006.10 Three houses on the north side of Nelson Street
OS1/21/32/103 CARLTON COURT Carlton Court Corner Ticket 006.10 A narrow Lane or Alley leading from the east side of Bridge St [to ?] Portland Street
OS1/21/32/103 CLYDE PLACE Clyde Place Corner Ticket 006.10 A long Street fronting the south side of the River Clyde, and extending from the north end of Bridge Street in a westerly direction to the north end of West Street
OS1/21/32/103 NELSON STREET Nelson Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A long Street branching from the west side of Eglinton Street and terminating at West Street
OS1/21/32/103 REFORM COURT Reform Court Side Tickets 006.10 A Court approached by an entry or close from the west side of Commerce Street.
OS1/21/32/103 SUSPENSION BRIDGE Suspension Bridge Suspension Bridge Collector of Bridge money City Map 006.10 A suspension Bridge, one of the finest in the Kingdom, with a span of [about ?] 420 feet, the chains of which rest on handsome piers with columns of the Grecian Ionic character
OS1/21/32/103 103 [right corner of header] VI-10 No. 25 Trace 2 & 3 City of Glasgow [in header] VI-10 No 25 Trace 2 [Situation for Carlton Court] VI-10 No 25 Trace 2 [Situation for Clyde Place] VI-10 No 25 Trace 3 [Situation for Suspension Bridge] VI-10 No 25 Trace 4 [Situation for Reform Court] VI-10 No 25 Trace 4 [Situation for Nelson Street] VI-10 No 25 Trace 4 [Situation for Auchinairn Place]
OS1/21/32/104 COBURG BUILDINGS Coburg Buildings Side Tickets 006.10 Two large buildings on the west side of North Coburg Street.
OS1/21/32/104 FREE CHURCH [nr Nelson St] Free Church seats for 600 Church officer The Rev Alex Brown 006.10 A small and plain built edifice the interior of which is fitted up with pews and accommodated 600 persons
OS1/21/32/104 GLASGOW AND SOUTH-WESTERN RAILWAY Glasgow and South Western Railway Station Master 006.10 A railway extending from Glasgow through Ayrshire by Dumfries to Carlisle
OS1/21/32/104 NORFOLK STREET Norfolk Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A street extending from the end of Eglinton Street in an easterly direction and terminating at the end of Portugal Street
OS1/21/32/104 NORTH COBURG STREET North Coburg Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A short street extending from the north side of Norfolk Street to Oxford Street
OS1/21/32/105 BINNIE BUILDINGS Binnie Buildings Corner Tickets 006.10 An oblong block of buildings extending from Norfolk Street to Oxford Street
OS1/21/32/105 CHURCH [Lauroeston parish] Church seats for 1000 Church officer Mr Campbell Eglinton Street 006.10 A large and plain built edifice is the Parochial Church for the parish of Laurieston. Its interior is well fitted up with pews galleries etc sufficiently commodious for about 1100 persons
OS1/21/32/105 CONGREGATIONAL CHAPEL [nr Nicholson St] Congregational Chapel Mr Gardener Church Officer 006.10 A small and plain built edifice the interior of which is closly fitted up with pews galleries etc and accomadates about 1000 persons
OS1/21/32/105 NICHOLSON STREET Nicholson Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A street branching from the north side of Norfolk Street in a northerly direction and terminating at Carlton Place
OS1/21/32/105 OXFORD STREET Oxford Street Corner Tickets 006.10 A street branching from the east side of Bridge Street and terminating at Nicholson Street
OS1/21/32/106 BANK OF SCOTLAND [Bridge St] Branch Bank of the Bank of Scotland Manager 006.10 A building presently erecting to be appropriated as a branch Bank of the Bank of Scotland
OS1/21/32/106 ERSKINE UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Erskine Church (U.P.) [United Presbyterian] Erskine Church (U.P.) [United Presbyterian] Mr Gardener Church Officer On Front of Building 006.10 A large and handsomely built edifice, the interior of which is well fitted up with pews galleries etc sufficiently commodious for 1100 persons
OS1/21/32/106 OXFORD LANE Oxford Lane Corner Tickets 006.10 A narrow Lane extending from Norfolk Street to Oxford Street
OS1/21/32/106 POLICE OFFICE [nr Nicholson St] Police Office Mr Henderson, Collector of Rates Superintendent of Police 006.10 A large building the ground floor of which consists of Lockup Cells, Lieu [Lieutenant's] Room, Superintendent's Room, and Collectors Room. The Court Rooms and Baronial Hall occupy the upper flats. detached a little from the main building are the Fire Engine, Scavenger's and Lamp Rooms
OS1/21/32/106 106 [left corner of header] VI-10 No 25 Trace 6 City of Glasgow [in header] VI-10 No 25 Trace 6 [Situation for Police Office] VI-10 No 25 Trace 6 [Situation for Erskine United Presbyterian Church] VI-10 No 25 Trace 6 [Situation for Oxford Lane]
OS1/21/32/107 Name Book (Part 6) City of Glasgow Sheet V1 10 Plans 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20, 22, 23, 24, 25 Co (County) of Lanark