List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Bourtree Place
Bourtree Place
Name on the buildings
John Scott Teviot Crescent
Walter Wilson Teviot Crescent
025.07 [Situation] Adjoining High St. on the North
Two double ranges of buildings at the East end of High Street forming a short street.
CHURCH (United Presbyterian) [High St] Church (U.P.)[United Presbyterian]
Church (U.P.)[United Presbyterian]
Church (U.P.)[United Presbyterian]
Revd [Reverend] Mr Thompson Manse
John Scott
Walter Wilson
025.07 [Situation] 3 chains East of the junction of High Street and Bourtree Place.
A large stone building used as a place of worship by the United Presbyterians
It has accommodation for 750 Sitters.
MANSE [SE of U.P. Church] Manse
Revd [Reverend] Mr Thompson Occupier
John Scott
Walter Wilson
025.07 [Situation] To the S.E. [South East] of the U.P. [United Presbyterian] Church
A stone building with garden and ornamental Grounds - the U.P. [United Presbyterian] minister for the time being

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