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Sheet 5 Town of Alnwick

< 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
Clayport Tower Clayport Tower William Dixon Esq. About 9 chains S W of This is the site of the ancient Tower which
(Site of) Clayport Tower George Tate Esq. the Town Hall formed the entrance to this part of the
Clayport Tower F Holland Esq Town when it was enclosed by a Wall [the]
(site of) structure was taken down about the beginning
of the present centuary at which time four
Stones were put down one at each of the angles
and marked with the letter T in order to preserve
the exact site of this ancient edifice two of
these stones were removed during the drainage
of the Town but are to be restored again to their
original site in the course of a short time
the two which still remain are shewn on
the Plan
Clayport Tower Clayport Tower Inn William Dixon Esq. About 68 1/2 Chains S W A good Public House Licensed for the sale
Inn Clayport Tower Inn George Tate Esq. of the Town Hall of Beer and spirits it takes its name from
Clayport Tower Inn F Holland Esq its situation from near the site of the old Tower
Edw. Gillespie

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Transcribed by PW and CTW

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