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The latter river is here from 200 to 250 feet broad; generally overflows part of the low grounds several times in the year; and has been known to rise 20 feet above its usual level.
The rocks beneath the low lands belong to the Carboniferous formation.
said: “It is time for a different way of looking at the enterprise and skills agenda, adopting a fresh approach and responding to changing economic, business and innovation needs.
“With such an ambitious remit, it is essential for the board to feature a range of voices with a depth of knowledge and experience of Scotland’s economy.
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“The members of the board have been chosen specifically for their expertise, both in their industrial and geographical areas.” The panel will be chaired by Nora Senior, a former chair of the Scottish Chambers of Commerce and President of the British Chambers of Commerce.
He added: “We are rightly proud of our reputation as a nation of innovators.Bearing aggregately and popularly the name of Cambuslang, it presents, from many points of view, a finely picturesque appearance; consists chiefly of very plain houses; is inhabited principally by weavers and colliers, partly by masons and agricultural labourers; and has a station on the railway, a post office under Glasgow, with money order, savings' bank, and telegraph departments, a branch of the Commercial Bank, gas-works, a handsome parish church (1841; 1000 sittings) with a conspicuous spire, a Free church with another fine spire, an Independent chapel (1801), and St Bride's Roman Catholic church (1878; 500 sittings).A spacious natural amphitheatre, on the green side of the ravine of the intersecting burn, a little E of the present parish church, served in 1742 as a substitute for the church of that date, from 8 Feb. being the scene of a remarkable religions revival,-the Camb'slang Wark,- when, to quote the late Dr Hill Burton, in an encampment of tents on the hill-side, Whitfield, at the head of a band of clergy, held, day after day, a festival, which might be called awful, but scarcely solemn, among a multitude, calculated by contemporary writers to amount to 30,000 people.' The centenary of the revival was commemorated on , by tent preaching in the ravine, and was attended by a multitude of persons variously estimated at from 10,000 to 12,000.Many Lanarkshire places are covered in the 1871 Truck report.The following parishes have their own pages:, a collier village in Lesmahagow parish, Lanarkshire, 2½ miles N of Abbey Green.