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QUEENSBERRY HOUSE [continued from page 119] is intended to afford cheap rations of food to poor house [---] and others, in 1849 there [were] 83463 rations served out, [from the] Soup Kitchen. See Page 121 for a continuation of this description.
ABBEY The Abbey
Lamp Posts
Corner Ticket
P. O. [Post Office] Directory
[Situation] From East extreme of Canongate to Palace Yard
A continuation of the Canongate from Water Gate & Horse Wynd to the Palace Yard. The houses on [the] north side are from two to [three] stories high inhabited by [trades] men Innkeepers, Grocers [and] a receiving Post office [Keeper] on the south side is the [--] Court house and Holyrood [Free] Church,

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[Page] 120
Parish of Canongate

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This Name Book refers to Edinburgh 1852 - Sheet 30
OS large scale Scottish town plans, 1847-1895 - Scale: 1:1056

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