Annals of Garelochside being an account historical and topographical of the parishes of Row, Rosneath and Cardross by William Charles Maughan

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Excerpt from Annals of Garelochside: Being an Account Historical and Topographical of the Parishes Row, Rosneath and Cardross The first part of the book treats of the County of Dunbarton as a whole, and gives some details as to the life and pursuits of the inhabitants of that part of : William Charles Maughan.

Annals of Garelochside By W. Maughan () Preface. THE success which attended his book Rosneath: Past and Present, has encouraged the author to attempt a larger work treated in a similar style.

There is so much of interest in the whole neighbourhood of the Gareloch, and it is such a favourite resort in summer, that it is hoped` that a. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.

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Full text of "Annals of Garelochside, being an account historical and topographical of the parishes of Row. Annals of Garelochside Chapter III - Description of Parish; Kilmahew and Killiter; Ardmore Promontory THE lands of Cardross parish have, with one or two exceptions, frequently changed.

Annals of Garelochside Chapter IV - Historical; Archaeological; and Miscellaneous: THE WODROW ANECDOTES OF THE MARQUIS OF ARGYLL. AT Edinburgh in a book was published for private circulation only, entitled The Argyle Papers; this work is extremely rare, only fifty copies having been printed, and it "contains some passages tending to clear.

Annals of Garelochside In the Blue Book of the heritages of Scotland, published a quarter of a century ago, the agricultural rental value of Rosneath estate was stated at 5, At the present time, including feu-duties, the rental of the estate is over per annum.

Annals of Garelochside. Standard UK Delivery (£ per order) Delivery FAQs. Ts & Cs Delivery FAQs. Free returns. within 30 days. Returns policy. About this item. The first part of the book treats of the County of Dunbarton as a whole, and gives some details as to the life and pursuits of the inhabitants of that part of Scotland.

Particulars. Annals of Garelochside Chapter V - Helensburgh; Its History, Institutions, and Inhabitants THE flourishing town of Helensburgh has a fine situation on the undulating slope rising from the shore opposite Greenock, and forms a pleasing object in the landscape as seen from the deck of the steamers sailing up the estuary of the Clyde.

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The exact date the iron church was built is not known, but n refers to it in his book Rosneath Past and Present and his book Annals of Garelochside.

After writing about another metal church which existed for many years in Kilcreggan but is long gone, Maughan added: “There is another small place of worship connected with.

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