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CITY AND ROYAL BURGH OF GLASGOW.
DESCRIPTION OF BOUNDARIEiS OF NEW WARDS.
I. Ward. — Dalmamock,
That portion of the City and Royal Burgh com-
prehended within a line drawn from the centre of
Bridgeton Cross southwards along the middle of
Main Street and Rutherglen Bridge to a point where
the middle line of said bridge intersects the middle
line of the River Clyde ; thence up the middle of the
Eiver Clyde to a point in the Municipal boundary of
the City where it strikes off from the River Clyde
opposite the south-eastern boundary of Westthorn
Waterworks ; thence north-eastwards along the said
boundary line to the middle of London Road ; thence
-westwards along the middle of London Road to the
centre of Bridgeton Cross, the point first before
described.
II. Ward.— Calton,
That portion of the City and Royal Burgh compre-
hended within a line drawn from the centre of the
Cross of Glasgow southwards along the middle of
Saltmarket and Albert Bridge to a point where the
middle line of said bridge intersects the middle line
of the River Clyde ; thence up the middle line of the
Eiver Clyde to a point where the same is intersected
by the middle line of Rutherglen Bridge; thence
northwards along the middle of said bridge and Main
Street to the centre of Bridgeton Cross ; thence west-
wards along the middle of Canning Street to a point
opposite the middle of Clyde Street ; thence north-
wards along the middle of Clyde Street and Aber-
cromby Street to a point in the middle of Gallowgate ;
thence westwards along the middle of Gallowgate till
it reaches the centre of the Cross of Glasgow, the
point first before described.
Ill, Ward.— Mile-end.
That portion of the City and Royal Burgh compre-
hended within a line drawn from a point in the
middle of Gallowgate opposite the middle of Aber-
cromby Street, southwards along the middle of Aber-
cromby and Clyde Streets to the middle of Canning
Street; thence eastwards along the middle of Canning
Street and London Road to the Municipal boundary ;
thence northwards, westwards, north-eastwards, and
north-westwards along the said boundary to a point
in the middle of Carntyne Road ; thence south-west-
wards along the middle of Carntyne Road to a point
opposite the middle of New Road; thence south-
eastwards and southwards along the middle of New
Road to the centre of Parkhead Cross ; thence west-
wards along the middle of Great Eastern Road and
Gallowgate to a point opposite the middle of Aber-
eromby Street, the point first before described.
middle of High Street opposite the middle of Dnie
Street, southwards along the middle of High Street
to the centre of the Cross of Glasgow ; thence east-
wards along the middle of Gallowgate and Great
Eastern Road to the centre of Parkhead Cross; thence
northwards and north-westwards along the middle
of New Road to the middle of Duke Street ; thence
westwards along the middle of Duke Street to the
middle of High Street at the point first before described.
V. Ward. — Dennistoun.
That portion of the City and Royal Burgh compre-
hended within a line drawn from a point in the
middle line of Castle Street where the same is inter-
sected by the middle line of the Monkland Canal,
southwards along the middle of Castle Street and
High Street to a point opposite the middle of Duke
Street ; thence eastwards along the middle of Duke
Street and Carntyne Road to the Municipal boundary;
thence north-westwards, northwards, eastwards, and
northwards along the said boundary till it reaches
the middle of Monkland Canal; thence westwards
and north-westwards along the middle of said canal
to the middle of Castle Street at the point first before
described.
VI. Ward.— Springbum.
That portion of the City and Royal Burgh compre-
hended within a line drawn from a point in the
middle line of Castle Street where the same is inter-
sected by the middle line of the Monkland Canal,
south-eastwards, eastwards, and north-eastwards
along the middle of said canal to the Municipal
boundary; thence northwards, westwards, north-
westwards, and westwards along said boundary to
the middle of Inchbelly Road; thence southwards-
along the middle of Inchbelly Road, Springburn Road^
and Castle Street to the middle of the Monkland
Canal at the point first before described.
IV. Ward.— Whitevale.
That portion of the City and Royal Burgh compre-
hended within a line drawu from a point in the
VII, Ward.— Cowlairs,
That portion of the City and Royal Burgh compre-
hended within a line drawn from a point in the-
middle line of Castle Street where the same is inter-
sected by the middle line of the Port-Dundas and
Monkland Canal, northwards along the middle lines,
of Castle Street, Springburn Road, and Inchbelly
Road to the Municipal boundary; thence westwards,
southwards, and westwards along the said boundary
to the middle of the Hamilton Hill Branch Line of
Railway; thence southwards along the middle line-
of the said railway till it is intersected by the Parlia-
mentary boundary of the City; thence eastwards
along the said boundary to the middle of Saracen
Street; thence southwards along the middle of
Saracen Street, Craighall Road, and Lower Craighalt
Road to the middle of said canal opposite the middle
of Ann Street ; thence eastwards, southwards, south-

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