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1896.

Glasgow Parliamentary Divisions Act, 1896.

Ch. 17.

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along the centres of Carntyne Boad and Duke Street to High Street; thence southwards along the centre of High Street to the Cross of Glasgow, the point first described.

No. 3.—The St. Rollox Division.

The area within a line beginning at a point in the centre of Buchanan Street opposite the centre of Cathedral Street, and thence proceeding eastwards along the centre of Cathedral Street to John Street; thence southwards along the centre of John Street to Bottenrow; thence eastwards along the centre of Bottenrow to the centre of the line of High Street and Castle Street; thence southwards along the centre of High Street to Duke Street, thence eastwards along the centre of Duke Street to Carntyne Road, and continuing eastwards along the centre of Carntyne Bead till it is intersected by the parliamentary boundary of the city; thence north-westwards, northwards, westwards, and north-westwards along said parliamentary boundary till it joins the boundary of the Ancient Royalty, near Garngad Road; thence northwards and westwards along that boundary till it intersects Saracen Street; thence southwards along the centres of Saracen Street and Craighall Road to the canal at a point in the centre of same opposite the northern end of Ann Street; thence eastwards along the centre of the canal to a point opposite the stair leading from canal bank to Port Dundas Road; then southwards along the centre of said stair and along the centres of Port Dundas Boad and Buchanan Street to the point first described.

No. 4.—The Central Division.

The area within a line beginning at a point in the centre of the River Clyde immediately opposite the centre of the River Kelvin, and thence proceeding eastwards along the centre of the River Clyde to the centre line of Victoria Bridge; thence northwards along the centre of the said bridge, Stockwell Street, and Glassford Street, to the centre of Ingram Street; thence eastwards along the centre of Ingram Street to a point opposite the centre of John Street; thence northwards along the centre of John Street to the centre of Cathedral Street; thence westwards along the centre of Cathedral Street to the centre of Buchanan Street; thence northwards along the centre of Buchanan Street to a point opposite the centre of Renfrew Street; thence westwards along the centre of Renfrew Street to the centre of Scott Street; thence southwards along the centre of Scott Street to the centre of Sauchiehall Street: thence westwards along the centre of Sauchiehall Street to the centre of Kelvingrove Street; thence southwards along the centre of Kelvingrove Street to the centre of Dumbarton Road; thence westwards along the centre of Dumbarton Road to the municipal boundary line of the city in the centre of the bridge over the River Kelvin; thence southwards along the centre of that river to the centre of the River Clyde at the point first described.

No. 5.—The College Division.

The area within a line beginning at the centre of the bridge over the River Kelvin on the New Dumbarton Boad, where the same intersects the centre of that river, and thence proceeding eastwards along the centre of said bridge and Dumbarton Boad to a point opposite the centre of Kelvingrove Street; thence northwards along the centre of Kelvingrove Street to