List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Tolbooth Wynd
Tolbooth Wynd
Corner Ticket
Mr Guthrie Leather Cutter
P.O. [Post Office] Directory
[Situation] Terminating near the S. [South] end of Inner Harbour.
An irregularly formed street leading from the old Bridge to the North East end of the Kirk Gate, It is paved and generally Kept pretty clean. The houses on both sides are generally three stories high, the two upper ones are inhabited by respectable Trades people. and the lower one is taken up with Grocers, Drapers, and spirit Merchants shops.
ST JAMES'S SCHOOL (Episcopal) St James' Episcopal School Mr Greig
Mr Richardson
[Situation] N.E. [North East] Side of Tolbooth Wynd.
An old house 3 stories high with the date 1615 over the entrance. The first Episcopal Establishment in Leith was in this house and it is now occupied as a School in connection with that body who rent it from Mr Greig, Leith.

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Parish of South Leith

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This Name Book refers to Edinburgh 1852 - Sheet 13
OS large scale Scottish town plans, 1847-1895 - Scale: 1:1:1056

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