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Town of Blyth
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< List of Names
as written on the Plan
Various modes of
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Authority for those modes of
Situation Descriptive Remarks, or other
General Observations
which may be considered of Interest
The White Swan Inn The White Swan Inn Anne Stephenson 32 Links East An ordinary house with Garden attached
The White Swan Inn License from the Globe Inn Licensed for the sale of Spirituous liquors &c
The White Swan Inn Sign Board
The Globe Inn The Globe Inn Mr Robinson 32 Links West from A Neat House with Garden & Yard attached
The Globe Inn License the White Swan Inn licensed of for the sale of Spirituous Liquors
The Globe Inn Sign Board &c
The Waterloo Hotel The Waterloo Hotel John Bewick 1 Chain North from An Indifferent looking Brick House
The Waterloo Hotel License the United Presbyterian Licensed for the sale of Spirits, Ale &c
The Waterloo Hotel Sign Board Chapel
Presbyterian Chapel United Presbyterian Reverend Mr Carmichael 1 Chain South from A plain Brick Structure Capable of ac-
(United) Chapel the Waterloo Hotel commodating about 400 persons built by the
United Presbyterian Reverend Jas Wright Subscriptions of the Congregation at an expense
Chapel of 650 Pounds in the year 1826
United Presbyterian Mr Robert Turner
J.Considine Sapper R. Engrs

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