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LANARK (Continued) [continued from page 1]
The principal rivers are the Clyde and Mouss. -
The parish lies upon a mass of old red sandstone, which probably forms the basis of the country to the south and east.'' + + +
Carboniferous limestone is wrought in considerable quantities in Craigendhill, on the north-west corner of the parish, accompanied by a small seam of coal, but which does not yield sufficient to burn limestone. + + +
The principal land-owners are Sir Norman Macdonald Lockhart, Bart. [Baronet] of Lee; Lady Mary Ross of Bonington; Mrs. Elliot Lockhart of Cleghorn; George Baillie, Esq. of Jerviswood; Thomas Young Howison, Esq. of Hyndford; the Misses Carmichael of Smyllum Park; Walker and Company of New Lanark; Sir Richard Honyman of Huntly Hill; Archibald Nesbit, Esq. of Carfin; Alexander Gillespie, Esq. of Sunnyside.''
Statistical Account.
There is no village of any note in the parish but the town of Lanark.
There are no detached portions of this parish in any other parishes, and [no] detached portions of other parishes within the boundaries of this -

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