Old Glasgow: the place and the people, from the Roman occupation to the eighteenth century . whole lands on the west as far as Partick being garden grounds and cornfields. In 17S0 anadvertisement in one of the local papers announces summer quarters to be let at the west end of Rottenrow, in the common gardens. The Candleriggs was opened as a street in 1724, but for a long timethere were few buildings in it. At first it was called the New Street, andit bears that name in MUres History. At the corner of Candleriggsand Bells Wynd was the Wester Sugar-house, among the first, if not thevery first s
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