List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Clyde Bridge
Clyde Bridge
J. Dunlop Esqr
J. Baird Factor
J Colquhoun, Engineer
010.04 An Iron Bridge over the Clyde, erected by the proprietor of Clyde Iron Works for carriage of minerals etc from this side of the river. There are Rails on it connected with tram roads on both sides.
MAIN STREET [Rutherglen] Corner Ticket
Valuation Roll
J. Frood, Town Officer
010.04 The principal Street of Rutherglen. It branches westward from Farmeloan Toad and the end of "Hamilton Road." None of this is shown on the 25 inch
River Clyde
River Clyde
Gazeteer of Scotland
Estate Maps
J. Farie Esqr
010.04 'A noble river traversing a large part of the western lowlands of Scotland. The third Scottish stream in point of magnitude, the first in commercial importance, and not the last in natural beauty' Gazeteer.
There are embankments on its side through a great portion of the parish. Near Hamilton Farm there is a ford connected by ph [parish] roads on each side.

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