Dalhousie Tileworks, Cockpen, Midlothian

Tileworks, Dalhousie, Cockpen, Midlothian.


25/07/1846 – Edinburgh Evening Post – Warning to workmen and servants – On Tuesday last, two workmen at the Dalhousie Tilework, Lasswade, were summarily tried and convicted before Alexander Clapperton, Esq. one of her Majesty’s Justices of the Peace for this county, on a complaint at the instance of their employer for deserting his employment without leave, or giving the stipulated warning, and were sentenced to imprisonment for one calendar month, with hard labour. This should be a warning to workmen not to leave their employers, even for a day, without obtaining permission.

Below – 1852 – Tileworks, Dalhousie, Cockpen, Midlothian. They appear to be out of operation as they are referred to as the ‘old tileworks’.


Dalhousie tile works

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