List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Valaution Roll
R. Perrat, Pr. [Proprietor]
J. Swan, Merchant
006.02 A large washing establishment used two years ago as a bleachfield. There are 15 women employed in washing & felting up made linen etc occupied by the proprietor R. Prrat.
FORTH AND CLYDE CANAL (Glasgow Branch) Forth & Clyde Canal (Glasgow Branch)
Forth & Clyde Canal (Glasgow Branch)
Forth & Clyde Canal (Glasgow Branch)
Gazeteer of SCotland
R. Reidman, Secretary
J. Milne Superintendent
006.02 A branch canal from Stockingfield to Glasgow, from the direct line of the Forth & Clyde. This branch was completed in 1777 - 13 years before the west side (from Stockingfield to the Clyde) was. It is said to be 2 3/4 miles to Port Dundas & it is connected with the Monkland Canal - 1 mile, from Port Dundas to St. Rollox. The drawbridges on this branch are numbered in continuation from the Firth of Forth to Port Dundas. The next bridge on the main line of canal from Lambhill is nod. [numbered] after the last on the branch. There are timber basins at Firhill on the branch canal.

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Lanarkshire -- Maryhill Parish
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