List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Nairn Hospital
Nairn Hospital
Nairn Town and County Hospital
Alexander Falconer S.S. [Sheriff's Substitute]
Adam Davidson T.C. [Town Clerk]
Name cut in stone above door
Board of Regulations
001 This is the town & county public hospital, for relief of the sick, which was erected by public subscription in 1843, by which, and voluntary contributions, it has been, & is now supported. It is a commodious building, pleasant by situation at the upper end of the town, on a piece of open ground which is nicely ornamented with shrubs etc. It is two storeys high, & its wards are roomy & comfortable & everything in connection with the building, is kept in excellent order & condition by the trustees.
LODGE [Nairn Hospital] 001 The entrance Lodge to this Hospital is situated on the West of Cawdor Street
Nairn Station
Nairn Station
Alexander Falconer
Adam Davidson
Peter Falconer
Company's Cards etc.
001 This is the Railway Station of Nairn, which is situated at the upper end of the town. It is a substantial stone structure, & has every convenience necessary to important side stations, all of which are kept in good condition - property of the Highland Railway Company.

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70 Town of Nairn

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