List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
TOWN HALL [Innerleithen] Town Hall
Town Hall
Mr R Proctor Inverleithen
Mr J Laidlaw Inverleithen
014 [Situation] About Centre of High Street

A commodious stone Building two storeys high the upper part of which is reserved for public meetings etc. It bears the Arms of the Earl of Traquair together with the date of its erection which was 1853 It was built at the expense of a number of gentlemen the ground being feued from the Earl of Traquair
Inverleithen Mains
Mr William Bursbey Occupant
Mr J Dobson Inverleithen
014 [Situation] About 25 Chains S.E. [South East] from Town Hall

A Commodious Farm house two Storeys high having suitable offices etc attached all in good repair there is a garden and an arable farm of land attached; the property of the Earl of Traquair Tenanted by Mr William Bussby.

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