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The Medici by James Cleugh, published originally in 1975, is available now through Barnes & Noble.
Names like Ovenstone, Cleugh, and Flockhart, and professions such as actuary, silk merchant, ironmonger.
In course of time other iron works were erected, at Clyde Cleugh, Muirkirk, and Devon— the managers and overseers of which, as well as the workmen, had mostly received their training and experience at Carron— until at length the iron trade of Scotland has assumed such a magnitude that its manufacturers are enabled to export to England and other countries upwards of 500,000 tons a-year.