List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
DUNKELD ROAD [Perth] Dunkeld Road
Dunkeld Road
Name on Lamp post
James Halley Balhousie
098 [Situation] Running N.W. [North West] from the junction of Barrack St. and Low Street.
This name applies to a part of the road which is the continuation northwards of Barrack Street. It is the direct road leading from Perth to Dunkeld.
LOW STREET [Perth] Low Street
Low Street
Street Sign
James Halley
098 [Situation] Running easterly from the N. [North] end of Barrack Street.
A short street leading from the north end of Meville Street to Barrack Street and Dunkeld Road.
ST JOHN'S CHAPEL (Roman Catholic) [Perth] St John's Chapel (R [Roman] Catholic)
St John's Chapel (R [Roman] Catholic)
Revd. [Reverend] George Rigg
Mr. Grego Optician High Street
098 [Situation] On the west side of Melville St. about the centre of that side.
An edifice of the plain Gothic style erected in 1833 having accommodation or seats for 800 of a congregation, and belonging to the Roman Catholics. The officiating Priest is the Revd. [Reverend] George Rigg whose stipend is raised from seat rents and voluntary contributions with a free house and garden adjoining the Chapel.

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City of Perth and its Environs -- Sheet 98-5. No. 3 Trace 4
[Note under St John's Chapel (Roman Catholic)]
Seats for 800
Note. This chapel is not fully seated as yet
but when it will be, it can accommodate 800
at least, when the Congregation at present requires
more seats than those permanently erected, temporary
seats or forms are made use of and it is found that
800 can be easily accommodated. The permanent
seats at present erected do not exceed 600 sittings

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