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Title: The Clyde from its source to the sea, its development as a navigable river, the rise and progress of marine engineering and shipbuilding on its banks, and the leading historical, geological, and meteorological features of the Clyde Valley
Year: 1888 (1880s)
Authors: Millar, W. J
Subjects: Steam-navigation Clyde River (Scotland)
Publisher: London, Blackie
Contributing Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN
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time proceed to Canada, where, in the wider fieldfor service in that as yet comparatively sparsely-peopledDominion, homes are readily obtained for the youngemigrants, and where many are now living useful andindustrious lives. The various departments of this Christian philan-thropic mission consist of the City Orphan Home andMission Hall, James Morrison Street, in Glasgow. TheOrphan Homes of Scotland, Bridge of Weir, consistingof twenty-six buildings erected at a cost of £70,000, pre-sented in many cases by individuals. The BethesdaHome for Incurable Children, Bridge of Weir; TrainingHomes for Boys and Girls for Canada, Bridge of Weir;Canadian Distributing Home, Fairknowe, Brockville,Ontario, Canada; and The Ship on Land, for trainingboys to become missionary seamen, at Bridge of Weir.The Ship on Land was presented by a wealthy donor.She is called the James Arthur, is a full-rigged brig, andmeasures 120 feet in length by 23 feet in breadth, and , Greenock. Holy Loch, Dumbarton Castle
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The Clyde, as viewi io)i Towards the sea. Holy l-och.
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