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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
DINGWALL [town] Dingwall
Mr Hill, Sheriff
Mr Moffat Town Clerk
Mr W.C. Joass
Mr McGregor
088 A handsome little town of about 2000 inhabitants situated at the mouth of Strath Peffer on the western confines of the Cromarty Firth. Dingwall was elected into a royal burgh as early as 1207 by Alexander II and continued by charter in 1497 and 1587 by James IV and James VI respectively. The town is well supplied with gas and water, and possesses some very handsome buildings. The new Free Church, the National Bank, National Hotel, The Castle, and Episcopal Church are fine [continued on page 2]

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Ross-shire -- Parish of Dingwall

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