Publications by Renfrwshire FHS and other publications relating to the old County of Renfrew
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Renfrewshire is a maritime county on the W coast of Scotland. Although only tweny-seventh among the Scottish counties as regards are, by its industrial importance it ranks ninth in the order of valuation and fifth in the order of population, while as to density of population it is slightly in excess of Lanarkshire and second only to Edinburgh.
The county is bounded N by the river Clyde and Dumbartonshire, NE and E by Lanarkshire, SSW by the Cunningham district of Ayrshire, and W by the Firth of Clyde.
The only royal burgh is Renfrew; the parliamentary burghs are Paisley, Greenock and Port Glagow. The police bughs are Barrhead, Pollockshaws, Gourock and Johnstone... - Groome's Gazetteer of Scotland 1896.
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