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Liberties of Berwick
Sheet 18 No.8 Trace 1

< List of Names
as written on the Plan
Various modes of
Spelling the same Names
Authority for those modes of
Situation Descriptive Remarks, or other
General Observations
which may be considered of Interest
Brotherston’s Hole Brotherston’s Hole Mr. J. Fairbairn Berwick 18/8 A small creek on the
Brotherston’s Hole Mr. T. Gilchrist Berwick sea coast in which a
Brotherston’s Hole Mr. A. Porteous Berwick ship was wrecked some
years ago. The Captains
name was Brotherston, hence
the name.
Burgess’ Cove Burgess’ Cove Mr. J. Fairbairn A natural cavern in the pre-
(a cave) cipice bounding the sea coast.
Burgess’ Cove Mr. Gilchrist Tradition says that this cave
(a cave) extends to Berwick Castle.
Burgess’ Cove Mr. Porteous
(a cave)
J. McDiarmid Civil Assistant

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