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Partick, (Partaig in Gaelic) (formerly Perdyc or Perthick) is on the north bank of the Clyde, just across from Govan and to the east of Whiteinch.
Partick was a Police burgh from 1852 until 1912 when it was incorporated into the city. Although Partick remained a village until the middle of the 18th century, it is an ancient place. The Kings of Strathclyde had a residence there, and in 1136 David I (1124-53) granted the lands of Perdyc to the see of Glasgow. The Bishops of Glasgow had a country seat in Partick.
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