- VICARLAND, a village, in the parish of Cambuslang, Middle ward of the county of Lanark; containing 123 inhabitants. It is one of thirteen small villages or hamlets in the parish, several of them modern, and some of them now united, and of which the population is largely engaged in trade and manufactures, chiefly hand-loom weaving. In the village are about sixteen houses.
A Topographical dictionary of Scotland. Samuel Lewis. 1856.
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