Issue 84

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Autumn 2012

Front cover: Stephen Adam's stained glass panel of 'The Boatbuilder', at present on display at Maryhill Burgh Halls. The representation of a swan on the side of the boat commemorates the Swan family who were for many years boatbuilders on the Forth & Clyde Canal at Maryhill.

Photograph courtesy of Glasgow Life and Maryhill Burgh Trust.

Contents

The Shawfield Mansion of Glasgow
James Burns & Son of St Andrews: an eighteenth century business bankruptcy
Hospital at Corrour Old Lodge?: facts, possibilities and myths
Glasgow's Riverside Museum: a Review
The Trades of Maryhill: Stephen Adam's stained glass panels at Maryhill Burgh Hall
The Landing of King George IV and the Masters of Trinity House, Leith
Poor Law and its Impact on Wemyss Parish
Note: ‘There Was a Soldier – a Polish Soldier’: tracking Jan Wagner
Note: The Flemish People in Scotland: information urgently sought
Note: Goldsworthy Gurney’s Steam Road Carriage In Scotland

Each publication also contains Editorial, News Features and Book Reviews


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