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OS1/21/42/15

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BROWN'S SQUARE none Mr Robert Smith. Provost
Mr Gray. Rector Grammar School
Mr Annan. Town Clerk
Mr Ballantyne. Postmaster
and name on corner of Square.
025.15 At the North East end of St. Leonards Street and at the North edge of Plan 8.
A collection of houses built in the form of an irregular oblong, one and two storeys high, slated and thatched. Inhabited by weavers.
ST LEONARD'S STREET none Mr Robert Smith. Provost
Mr Gray. Rector Grammar School
Mr Annan. Town Clerk
Mr Ballantyne. Postmaster
025.15 Extending from the junction of North and South Vennels and Bannatyne Street with the East end of High Street in a N.E. direction and terminating at the S.W. extremity of Brown's Square.
This street contains several good houses all of which are modern ones - there are however a good many inferior houses and the majority are thatched, and one storey - It is lit with gas, and is almost wholly inhabited by the Operative class, principally weavers.

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