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Cartland Craigs
Cartland Craigs
Cartland Craig
Cartland Craigs
Rev Alexr [Alexander] McGlashan
Mr John Gray
Mr Wm [William] Ballantyne
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New Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account]
025.10 A ravine composed of two faces of irregular and precipitous rocks, between which flows the Mouse Water. The cliff on the north side is about 200 feet high & above this again is a steep slope of about the same height. On the south side the cliff is only abou [about] 100 feet, topped by a steep slope as on the north both sides thickly wooded to the water edge except a few places where the bareness of the rocks precludes vegetation of any kind.
SCHOOL [Cartland] School
Revd. Alexr [Alexander] McGlashan
Revd. Thos. [Thomas] Stark
Mr Wm [William] Ballantyne
025.10 A small one storey thatched house used as a school for the accommodation of the village of Cartland. The schoolmaster receives £5 annually from the heritors of the Parish, and another £5 from Lady Lockhart of Lee House. The latter is not an endowment, but ceases at the Lady's pleasure, she also gives the house free
Average attendance 35. Education reading, writing and arithmetic.

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