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Persleyden House ; John Ledingham— on north side of river Don, half a mile
west from Grandholm Works
Pinewood Park— on Countesswells road, about two and a half miles from
Holburn street
Pitfodels Road (Mid)-brancho3 off west from Great Wenteru nxi-i at Manno-
field, about one mile and a half from Holburn street
Pitfodels (Hillhead of), Cults ; W. Pyper
Raeden ; John L. Mackenzie— on North High Stocket road, one mile and a
quarter from Skene square, right hand side
Richmondhill House ; John Fleming— on South High Stoeket ro.i I, about
four minutes' walk beyond Mile-end, right hand side
Ringwood, Cults ; Wm. B. Cooper
Rosebank Cottage, Cults ; Miss Stewart
Rosehill ; Major C. W. J. Taylor— a dwelling-house on left hand side of Cornhill
road, nearly opposite Cornhill House
Rosewell ; James Rodger, M.D.— on South High Stocket road, two miles
from Skene square, right hand side
Rubislaw Quarries— on Skene road, about one mile bjyond Albyn place
Rubislaw Works and BleachEeld ; Richards & Co.— near Skene road, half a
mile beyond Albyn place
Rubislaw Den ; William ICeith, jun.— on road leading t ) rig'at frj.n Rubislaw
road, about a quarter of a mile from Albyn place
Rubislaw Den South — James Clyne
Rubislaw Park ; George Crnden- on Skene road, about three minutes' walk
from Rubislaw Quarries, left hand side
Ruthrieston Lodge ; Miss Scott— on south turnpike road, half a mile beyond
south end of Holburn street, right hand side
St. Clair House ; George Sinclair— on King street road, left hand side, one
mile from town
St. Luke's, Kepplestone ; Sir Geo. Reid, P.R.S. A.— on the Skene road, left hand
side, opposite Rubislaw Quarries
Scotstown House— about two miles north-west from Bridge of Don
Seafield House ; John Harper, sen.
Seafield Villa ; Geo. M- Bain— between Rubislaw Quarries and Mannofield.
Seaton House ; Miss Hay— between Old Macbar Cathedral and river Don
Seaton Cottage ; John F. White, LL.D.-on north side of river Don, one mile
above Old Bridge
Sheddocksley ; on Old Skene road, three and a half miles from Carohne place,
right hand side
Southfield House ; Col. T. A. W. A. Youngson— three and a half miles from
Aberdeen, on north side of Dee, near Cults station
Springbank Cemetery— on Counteswells road, left hand side, about half a mile
from Mannofield ; superintendent— James Mackie
Spring-hill ; James Matthews— on Old Skene road, three miles from Caroline pi
Stocket Hill ; James Williamson— by the Low Stocket road to Raeden, from
thence one fourth of a mile tt> the right hand side
Stocket Road (South High)— leads south-west from Mile-end, by left hand side
road, past Morningfield, and on to the Stocket
Stocket Road (North High)— leads westward from Mile-end, by right hand side
road, past Raeden and Oakbank
Summerhill ; Alex. Emslie Smith— on South High - tocket road, two miles
from Skene square, right hand side
Sunnybank ; Mrs Principal Pirie— about half a mile from Causewayend, by
Canal road
Sunnypark ; James Cocker & Sons— adjoining Proghall, five minutes walk
from Causewayend
Sunnyside ; Alex. M'Robbie— off Bedford road
Temora, Cults ; James Duthie of Duthie Bros.
Thornhill; Robert Duthie— on Mid-Pitfodels road, a mile and a half from
Mannofield, right hand side
Thornlea, Seafield ; Archibald M. M'Donald
Tollohill Lodge, Banchory Devenick— Surgeon-Major A. G. Grant
Tordarroch Cottage ; Hugh F. Campbell— near Cults station
Trinity Cemetery, King street ; John Duthie, superintendent
Vie w bank ; James Collie- on North Deeside I'oad, about three miles from
town, ri^ht hand side

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