List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
TOWN HALL [Dunning] Town Hall
Town Hall
William Oswald
M. Lawson. Esqr. BanKer
109 [Situation] In the Western portion of the Burgh of Dunning
A neatly built house, not long finished estimated to accommodate about four hundred persons erected by the Right Honorable Lord Rollo. & given gratis by him to the Villagers of Dunning to be used as a Reading Room & Library & also as a lecture & [Con?] room occasionally
MANSE [parish-Dunning] Manse (Parish) Dr Russell. Incumbent
M. Lawson Esqr. BanKer
109 [Situation] In the Southern portion of the burgh of Dunning
A Commodious dwelling house two Stories high having a garden & eight acres of Glebe land attached.
UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Dunning] Church (U. P. ) [United Presbyterian] Mr Stirling Minister U. P. [United Presbyterian]
M. Lawson Esqr
109 [Situation] In the S. W. [South West] of the Burgh of Dunning
A Substantially built edifice estimated to [seat?] about three hundred persons, erected & Kept in repair by voluntary contributions of the congregation It was built in 1806. One hundred & sixty w[ho] attend & it has one hundred & forty four Communicants Mr Stirling is the officiating Minister

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letters have been lost in the gutter binding. - refer to Nora

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