List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
School Brae
Mr Robert Stirling Writer
Alexander Dickson, Town Councillor
013 [Situation] Extends South of High Street
A narrow lane extending from from the South side of the High Street to Tweed Green from the High Street it is entered through an Archway under the Townhouse It is so called from the Burgh and Grammar Schools being situated at its southern extremity
DEAN'S HOUSE Dean's House
Dean's House
Revd [Reverend] Thomas R Wyer
Mr Robert Stirling
013 [Situation] South side of High Street
A house at the South side of the High Street, three stories high, having a small turret at its western Corner and a large vegetable garden extending from its rere to Tweed Green attached It is supposed to have been the residence in former times of the Deans of Peebles It became the property of the Hays in 1624 and in 1687 became the property of William Duke of Queensberry, at which time it was called Queensberry Lodge or Lodging. It is at present occupied by the Revd [Reverend] Thomas R Wyer, Episcopal Minister who keeps an Academy and Boarding house for Young Gentlemen.

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