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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
SCHOOL [Linlithgow] School
Mr Oat Schoolmaster Linlithgow
James Brown Schoolmaster Linlithgow
003 [Situation] A little N. [North] of the W. [West] end of High Street & 3 chains E.N E [East North East] of West Port Well

A small house one story high, and in middling repair. The branches taught are those usually taught in a country school. It is large enough to afford accommodation for about 50. The average number of attendants is about 25. James Brown is the Schoolmaster; who has the school fees for his salary. The house belongs to Mr Glen.
WEST PORT WELL Westport Well
Westport Well
West Port Well
West Port Well
West Port Well
West Port Well
Mr Brockley Tinsmith Linlithgow
Mr Oat Schoolmaster Linlithgow
Mr Waldie Linlithgow
Mr Brockly Linlithgow
Mr Henderson Linlithgow
Mr Sanders Linlithgow
003 [Situation] At the W. [West] end of High Street and nearly opposite West Port House

A large octangular pillar about 10 feet high built of stone. It is what is termed a selfacting pump. It owes its name to the circumstance of being situated at the end of the West Port. It is situated in High Street.

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