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GLASGOW CORPORATION 
PUBLIC LIBRARIES 




THE MITCHELL LIBRARY 

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CLASS No. 



DATE 



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THE f;:iTCHELL LIBRARY 



Digitized by tlie Internet Arcliive 

in 2011 witli funding from 

National Library of Scotland 



http://www.archive.org/details/postofficeannual183132uns 



THE 

POST-OFFICE 
For 1831-32: 

CONTAINING 

AN ALPHABETICAL LIST 

OF THE 

MANUFACTUHEHS, 
AND PRINCIPAL INHABITANTS 

IN GLASGOW: 

WITH 

A STREET DIRECTORY: 

AND 

AN APPENDIX, 

CONTAINING MANY USEFUL LISTS, 




FOURTH PUBLICATION. 



GLASGOW: 

PRINTED FOR THE LETTER-CARRIERS OF THE POST-OFFICE, 
Br JOHN GRAHAM, Met^ville Place. 

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THE MrTCHELL LIBRARY. 

No>-^../ OJ.4.o>.J Date<;)..^<2L^....y.^p2W 


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1 



BILL CARD. 



JULY, 1831. 

Frid. 1 8 15 22 29 

Satur. 2 9 16 23 30 

Sun. 3 10 17 24 31 

Mon. 4 11 18 25 

Tues. 5 12 19 26 

Wed. 6 13 20 27 

Thurs. 7 14 21 28 

AUGUST. 

Mon. 1 8 15 22 29 

Tues. 2 9 16 23 30 

Wed. 3 10 17 24 31 

Thurs. 4 11 18 25 

Frid. 5 12 19 26 

Satur. 6 13 20 27 

Sun. 7 14 21 28 



SEPTEMBER. 

Thurs. 1 8 15 22 29 Thurs. 



JANUARY, 1832. 

Sun. 1 8 15 22 29 

Mon. 2 9 16 23 30 

Tues. 3 10 17 24 31 

Wed. 4 11 18 25 

Thurs. 5 12 19 26 

Frid. 6 13 20 27 

Satur. 7 14 21 28 

FEBRUARY. 

Wed. 1 8 15 22 29 

Thurs. 2 9 16 23 

Frid. 3 10 17 24 

Satur. 4 11 18 25 

Sun. 5 12 19 26 

Mon. 6 13 20 27 

Tues. 7 14 21 28 



Frid. 

Satur. 

Sun, 

Mon. 

Tues. 

Wed. 



2 9 16 23 30 

3 10 17 24 

4 11 18 25 

5 12 19 26 

6 13 20 27 

7 14 21 28 



OCTOBER. 

Satur. 1 8 15 22 29 

Sun. 2 9 16 23 30 

Mon. 3 10 17 2431 

Tues. 4 11 18 25 

W£d. 5 12 19 26 

Thurs. 6 13 20 27 

Frid. 7 14 21 28 

NOVEMBER. 

Tues. 1 8 15 22 29 

Wed. 2 9 16 23 30 

Thurs. 3 10 17 24 

Frid. 4 11 18 25 

Satur. 5 12 19 26 

Sun. 6 13 20 27 

Mon. 7 14 21 28 

DECEMBER. 

Thurs. 1 8 15 22 29 
Frid. 2 9 16 23 30 
Satur. 3 10 17 24 31 
Sun. 4 11 18 25 
Mon. 5 12 19 26 
Tues. 6 13 20 27 
Wed. 7 14 21 28 
N. B. Bank Holidays, 25th 



MARCH. 

1 8 15 22 

2 9 16 23 

3 10 17 24 

4 11 18 25 

5 12 19 26 

6 13 20 27 

7 14 21 28 

APRIL. 

1 8 15 32 

2 9 16 23 

3 10 17 24 

4 11 18 25 

5 12 19 26 

6 13 20 27 

7 14*21 28 

MAY. 

1 8 15 22 

2 9 16 23 

3 10 17 24 

4 U 18 25 

5 12 19 26 

6 13 20 27 

7 14 21 28 

JUNE. 

Frid. 1 8 15 22 : 

Satur. 2 9 16 23 . 

Sun. 3 10 17 24 

Mon. 4 11 18 25 

Tues. 5 12 19 26 

Wed. 6 13 20 27 

Thurs. 7 14 21 28 
December, 1st January, i 



Frid. 

Satur. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Thurs. 

Frid. 

Satur. 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Thurs. 

Frid. 

Satur. 

Sun. 

Mon. 



JULY, 1832. 
Sun. 1 8 15 22 29 
Mon. 2 9 16 23 30 
Tues. 3 10 17 2431 
Wed. 4 11 18 25 
Thurs. 5 12 19 26 
Frid. 6 13 20 27 
Satur. 7 14 21 28 

AUGUST. 

Wed. 1 8 15 22 29 

Thurs, 2 9 16 23 SO 

Frid. 3 10 17 24 31 

Satur. 4 11 18 25 

Sun. 5 12 19 26 

Mon. 6 13 20 27 

Tues. 7 14 21 28 

SEPTEMBER. 

Satar. 1 8 15 22 29 

Sun. 2 9 16 23 30 

Mon. 3 10 17 24 

Tues. 4 11 18 25 

Wed. 5 12 19 26 

Thurs. 6 13 20 27 

Frid. 7 14 21 28 

OCTOBER. 

1 8 15 22 29 

2 9 16 23 30 

3 10 17 24 31 

4 11 18 25 

5 12 19 26 

6 13 20 27 

7 14 21 28 



Mon. 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Thurs 

Frid. 

Satur. 

Sun. 

NOVEMBER, 

Thurs. 1 8 15 22 29 

2 9 16 23 30 

3 10 17 24 

4 11 18 25 

5 12 19 26 

6 13 20 27 

7 14 21 28 



Frid. 

Satur. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tues. 

Wed. 



DECEMBER. 

1 8 15 22 29 

2 9 16 23 30 

3 10 17 24 31 

4 11 18 25 

5 12 19 26 

6 13 20 27 

7 14 21 28 



Satur. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Thurs. 

Frid. 

April, and two Fast Days. 



STAMP DUTIES. 











Not exceeding 


Exceedinq 2 


Bills, Promissory Notes, &;c. 


2 mos. 


date 


, or 


mos. date, or 


On Demand or after Date. 


60 days sight. 


60 days sight. 


For £2 and not above £o : 5 


£0 


1 





£i) 1 6 


Above 5, 5 . . . 20 





1 


6 


2 


Above 20 . 






30 





2 





2 6 


Above 30 . 






50 





2 


6 


3 6 


Above 50 . 






100 





3 


6 


4 6 


Above 100 . 






200 





^ 


6 


5 


Above 200 . 






300 





5 





6 


Above 300 . 






500 





6 





8 6 


Above 500 . 






1000 





8 


6 


12 6 


Above 1000 . 






2000 





12 


6 


15 


Above2000 . 






3000 





15 





1 5 


AboveSOOO . 






. 


1 


5 





1 10 



Foreign Bills of Exchange. 
Foranysumnotabove^lOO ls.6d 
Above ^eiOO . . 200 3s. 
Above 200 . . 500 4s. 
Above 500 . . 1000 5s. 



Above£1000uotab.£2000 7s. 6d 

Above 2000 . . 3000 10s. 

Above 3000 ... 15s. 

Every Bill of each Set pays. 

Receipts. 



For £2 and under £5 
For 5 ... 10 
For 10 . 
For 20 . 
For 50 . 
For 100 . 



2d. For £200 & under £300 4s. Od. 

3d. For 300 . . 500 5s. 

20 6d. For 500 . . 1000 7s. 6d. 

50 Is. For 1000 and upwards 10s. 

100 Is. 6d. In full of all demands 10s. 

200 2s. 6d. Receiver of Money Pays Stamp. 

Policies of Assurance. 



Premium not exceeding 20s. 



If the sum insured do not exceed 100/ £0 1 3 

Everyother 100/. and part of 100/. 13 2 6 

Prerfiium exceeding 20s, 
Ifthe sum insured do not exceed 100/ 2 6 5 

Every other 100/. and part of 100/. 2 6 5 

Any Insurance, same duty as on a Foreign Voyage, on time not 
exceeding 12 months. 



Coasting 
Voyage. 



Foreign Voyage 
or fixed Term. 
£0 2 6 



Stamp Duties, 



AGREEMENTS, not above 1080 words, 20s Above 1080 

words, 3.5s. — With a progressive duty of 25s. for every 
1080 words additional. 



Personal Bonds and Mortgages, 



Sum not exceeding £.50 £1 



Above£2000 notexc. £3000 £7 



Above £50 . 


. 100 


1 10s 


Above 3000 . 


4000 8 


Above 100 . 


. 200 


2 


Above 4000 . 


5000 9 


Above 200 . 


. 300 


3 


Above 5000 . 


10,000 12 


Above 300 . 


. 500 


! 


Above 10,000 . 


15,000 15 


Above 500 . 


. 1000 


5 


Above 15,000 . 


20,000 20 


Above 1000 . 


. 2000 


6 


Above 20,000 . 


. . 25 




BILLS 


OF LADING, 3s. 








Prot 


ests. 





Not amounting to .£20 2s. 

.£20 and under 100 3s. 

100 .. . . 500 5s. 

DECREE ARBITRAL 



£500, or upwards, . . lOs. 

Any other kind, 5s. and for every 

additional sheet, 5s. 



1080 words, £\, 15s.— And for 
every entire quantity of 1080 words additional, 25s. 

DEBENTURES, if not above £100, 5s Above £100, and 

not above £200, 10s Above £200, and not above 

£500, 20s Above £500, 40s. 



Appraisements, 



For any Sum not above £50 






s. d, 
. 2 6 


Exceeding £50 and not ahove £100 


. 


5 


100 


. . . . 200 


. 


. 10 


200 


, . . . 50(t 


. 


15 


500 


. . . 


. 


. 


20 


CONVEYANCES. 




6000 & not 7000 65 


Consideration. Duty. 




7000 


. . 8000 75 


Under £20 . . 


. £0 10 




8000 


. . 9000 85 


If 20 and not £50 1 




9000 


. 10,000 95 


50 . 


. 150 1 10 




10,000 


. 12,500 110 


150 . 


. 300 2 




12,500 


. 15,000 130 


300 . 


. 500 3 




15,000 


. 20,000 170 


500 . 


. 750 6 




20,000 


. 30,000 240 


750 . 


. 1000 9 




30,000 


. 40,000 350 


1000 . 


. 2000 12 




40,000 


. 50,000 450 


2000 . 


. 3000 25 




50,000 


. 60,000 550 


3000 . 


. 4000 35 




60,000 


. 80,000 650 


4000 . 


. 5000 45 




80,000 


. 100,000 800 


5000 . 


. 6000 55 




100,000 or upwards 1000 



A 2 



Stamp Duties. 



LEASES OR TACKS. 
Lease of any Lands, at a yearly 
rent, where no sum of money by 
way of tine, or grassum, has been 
paid : 

Where the yearly rent shall 
not amount to .£20, £,\ 
And where the same shall 
amount to £20, and not 

to ^eioo, . . £\ 

Amtg.to£100,notto<£200 2 
.200 . . 400 3 
. 400 . . 600 4 
.600 . . 800 5 
. 800 . 1000 6 
1000 & up wards 10 
And for the counterpart of any 
Lease hereby charged with a duty 
if not exceeding £1, the like duty 
as on the same. 
And for the counterpart of 
any other lease whatso- 
ever, . . . £,\ 
And for every 1080 words 
above the first, . <£ I 



10 



INVENTORIES. 

Testa- Testa- 
Value of Effects, ment ment 
left, not -left 
£ £ s. £ s 

Above £20 

& not 50 10 

If 50 100 10 10 

100 200 2 3 

200 300 5 8 



If 300 

450 

600 

800 

1000 

1500 

2000 

3000 

4000 

5000 

6000 

7000 

8000 

9000 

10000 



450 8 

600 11 

800 15 

1000 22 

1500 30 

2000 40 

3000 50 

4000 60 

5000 80 

6000 100 

7000 120 

8000 140 

9000 160 

10000 180 

12000 200 



11 
15 

22 
30 
45 
60 
75 
90 
120 
150 
180 
210 
240 
270 
300 



COASTING POLICY. 

For every £ 100 insured, when 
the Premium does not exceed 20s. 
per cent. Is. 3d. — When the 
Premium exceeds 20s. per cent. 
2s. 6d. 

FOREIGN POLICY. 

When the Premium does not 
exceed 20s. per cent. 2s. 6d. — 
When the Premium exceeds 20s, 
per cent. 5s. 



CHARTER PARTY, £\ 
And for every 1080 words, 1 



POWER OF ATTOR- 
NEY, or Commission, or 
Factory, . . £1 

And for every 1080 words 1 



GOLD AND SILVER FOREIGN COINS. 



A KNOWLEDGE of the relative value of foreign coins is highly im- 
portant to commercial men, and to the traveller. In the follow- 
ing table of the different coins used among the various nations 
with which England has intercourse, will be found their corre- 
sponding value in English money. The method of obtaining this 



Gold and Silver Foreign Coins. 

result is founded upon the following principle. In a coin we con- 
sider the weight and standard. By standard is meant the pro- 
portion of pure gold or silver which it contains : the rest is alloy. 
Thus, if we suppose a coin to contain a thousand parts of metal, 
of which 917 are pure gold or silver, the 83 remaining parts being 
alloy, the 917 represent the standard, or relative purity of the coin. 

The English sovereign weighs 7.9808 gram., the standard is at 
917, the alloy consequently 0.662 gram., and the weight of ptii-e 
gold contained in it is 7.3184} gram. 

Now by the Rule of Three, the question will thus be resolved : 

7.318 gram. : 11.988 gram. :: 20 shillings : = £\, 12s. 9d. 

By this method, we can ascertain the relative value of all coins ; 
but sometimes the value thus ascertained will not exactly agree 
with the sum allowed in exchange. This difference arises from 
political causes and commercial vicissitudes. Thus, for instance, 
the value at par of the sovereign in French money, is 25 fr. 26 c., 
yet it rose to 25 fr. 50 c. in the month of August 1829, after the 
change of the French ministry. This fall and rise, in the relative 
value of money, principally takes place whenever there is a paper 
currency. 

1. France. 

The money unit in France is i\iQ franc, which, according to the 
decimal system, is divided into one hundred parts, called centimes. 
In Government accounts and legal deeds, all sums must be ex- 
pressed in francs and centimes ; but among the people, and in the 
purchase of goods sold retail, and in small quantity, the denomi- 
nation of sous is still in use. This practice does not create con- 
fusion, because the sou is a multiple of the centime, — that is, there 
are twenty sous to the franc, and each contains 5 cent. The two 
sous piece may also be called decime, ^r tenth of a franc. 

Although the franc and the livre tournois now appear to be ol' 
equal value, there is however a slight difference in favour of the 
franc: — 100 fr. =:101 livres 5 sous. Hence if an individual had 
to discharge a debt contracted previously to the year VIII. of the 
Republic, and stipulated in livres tournois, he would be entitled, 
in making his payment in francs, to a deduction in the proportion 
above mentioned. Formerly the livre tournois was the money 
unit of France. Its value has varied much, although it has 
retained the denomination which, originally, was the expression of 
its nature. Under Charlemange, in the ninth century, its weight 
was 12 ounces, or 1 lb. ti'oy weight, and its value 78 liv, 17 sous 
of present money. The weight and value progressively decreased 
down to the time of Louis XV. when it only amounted to 8 sous. 
Under Louis XVI. it rose again to 20 sous. 

Besides the new coinage issued during the Republic, under the 
Empire, and since the Restoration, the old one is still in circula- 



Gold and Silver Foreign Coins. 



tion. There is, however, but little of it extant. The value of the 
silver pieces has not only been reduced in 1810, as will be seen 
here, but the pieces of 24, 12 and 6 sous are not to be taken in 
payment, except they have preserved some part of the stamp 
(erapreinte); consequently, all those which were defaced have been 
withdrawn from circulation. 

There is also in France a coin, composed of copper and silver, 
in the proportion of 4 to 1, called Billon, and denominated by the 
people " monnaie grise." Before the Revolution, there were of 
this mixture, pieces of six Hards, (the Fre-nch sou being divided 
into four liards,) and of two sous and a half, called pieces of six 
hlancs : there are few of this value now extant, but there are pieces 
of two sous or decimes. 

New Coin. 
Gold. 
dwt gr. grammes. Standard. 

4 31 6.4516 900 

8 7" 12.9032 900 

Silver f argent blancj 

5 Franc piece 16 1 25.000 900 

2 6 11 10.000 900 

1 3 5^ 5.000 900 

^, or 50 centimes 1 15 2.500 900 

^, or 25 centimes 18^ 1.250 900 

Billon f monnaie grise.) 

Piece of 10 centimes .... 

Copper, old and new. 
Decime, or 2 sous ..... 
Sou, or 5 centimes ..... 

Sou, or 1 centime ..... 

Value of the Old Coin in Francs. 
Livres. fr. c. dwt. gr. grammes. 



20 Franc piece 
40 



Eng. Value, 


£ 


8. 


d. 





15 


lOi 


1 


11 


8| 





4 








1 


7 








91 








4J 








H 








Of. 80 








Of. 80 



Louis of 24 = 23 55 


4 22 7.649 


901 





18 


gi 


Doubledo.48 = 47 29 


9 20 15.297 
Silver. 


901 


1 


17 


4 


Ecu, or piece of 6=5 80 


18 18 29.488 


906 





4 


71 


Petit 6cu,or do. 3=2 75 


9 9 14.744 


906 





2 


H 


Piece of 24 sous =1 


3 20 5.897 ~ 


) supposedO 





^ 


Do. 12 sous =0 50 


1 22 2.948 


' at 








4 


Do. 6 sous =0 25 


231 1.474: 


)960 








n 


Do. 30 sous =1 50 


6 12 10.136 


660 





1 


4 


Do. 15 sous =0 75 


3 6 5.068 


660 








n 


2. Hamburgh. 












Gold. 










Ducat ad Legem Imperii 


2 5f 3.491 


986 





9 


4f 


New Town Ducat . 


2 5f ,3.488 


979 





9 


4 



Gold and Silver Foreign Coins, 





Silver. 














dwt. gr. 


grammes. 


standard. 


Eng. Value. 










£ 


8. 


d. 


Mark Banco (imaginary) 






.vvv,- 





1 


5| 


16 Shilling Piece, Convention 5 20 


9.164 


750 





1 


^ 


Rix-dollar Specie 


18 18 


29.233 


889 





4 


7 


3. Holland and the 


Netherlands. 










Gold. 












Ducat 


2 5J 


3.512 


986 





9 


5| 
11 


Ryder 


6 101 


9.988 


920 


1 


5 


20 Florins, 1808 


9 7f 


13.659 


917 


1 


14 


2| 


10 Florins 


4 15| 


6.829 


917 





17 


If 


10 Williams, 1818 


4 7^ 
Silver. 


6.700 


900 





16 


H 


Florin 


6 22 


10.597 


917 





1 


8| 


Escalin (6 sous) 


3 4| 


4.976 


583 








6 


Ducaton, or ryder 


20 22 


32.750 


941 





5 


5 


Ducat, or rix-dollar 


18 6 


28.230 


873 





4 


4 


The Florin is divided into 20 Sous, and the Sou into 5 Cents 








4. Mogul (East 


Indies). 












Gold. 












Mohur of Bengal 


7 23 




993 


1 


13 


8 


Ditto of Bombay 


7 10^ 




953 


1 


10 


1 


Gold Rupee, Bombay 


7 11 




922 


1 


9 


2 


Ditto, Madras 


7 12 




916 


1 


9 


3 


Star Pagoda, Madras 


7 41 
Silver. 




792 





7 


6 


Rupee, Sicca 


7 12 




979 





2 


Oi 


Ditto, Arcott 


7 9 




941 





1 


111 


Ditto, Bombay 


7 11 




926 





1 


11 


Ditto, Broach , 


7 10 




883 





1 


9 


f 


. Naples. 












Gold. 












New Ounce of 3 Ducats . 


2 lOi 

Silver. 


3.786 


996 





10 


5| 


12 Carlini, 1804 


17 15 


27.5333 


8331 





4 


H 


Ducat of 10 Carlini, 1784 


14 16 


22.810 


8391 





3 


H 


2 Carlini, 1804 . . 


2 22 


4.588 


8331- 





8 





1 Ditto, 1804 


1 11 


2.294 


833i 








4 


Ducat of 10 Carlini, 1818 


14 18 


22.943 


833 





3 


H 


6. 


Portugal, 












Gold. 












Lisbonine, or Moidore of } 
4800 reis . . J 


6 22 


10.752 


917 


1 


6 


iH 


Half Ditto of 2400 reis 


3 11 


5.376 


917 





13 


^ 


Quarter ditto of 1200 reis 


1 17i 


2.688 


917 





6 


8f 


Portuguese, or Moiadobra > 
of 6400 reis . X 


9 51 


14.334 


917 


1 


15 


11 



Gold and Silver Foreign Coins. 10 





iwt. gr. grammes. 


Standard. 


Eng. Value. 










£ 


s. 


d. 


Half Portuguese of 3200 reis 


4 14f 


7.167 


917 





17 


101 


Piece of 16 Testons, 1600 7 
reis ... J 


2 7|- 


3.583 


917 





8 


111 


Do. of 12 Tes. or 1200 reis 


J '3 


2.538 


917 





6 


4i 


Do. of 8 Tes. or 800 reis 


1.792 


917 





4 


5f 


Cruzada of 480 reis 


16A 
Silver. 


1.045 


917 





2 


u 


New Cruzada of 480 reis . 


9 1 

7. Spain 
Gold. 


14.633 


903 





4 


11 


Doubloon of 8 Crowns, ) 

1772 to 1786 . J 


17 9 


27.045 


901 


3 


6 


7 


Doubloon of 4 Crowns . 


8 161 


13.522 


901 


1 


13 


3i 




4 81 

2 41 


6.761 
3.380 


901 
901 






16 

8 


7f 
3J 


Half-pistol, or Crown . 


Doubloon of 8 Cr. sin eel 786 17 9' 


27.045 


875 


3 


4 


8 




8 161 
4 81 

2 41 


13.522 
6.761 
3.380 


875 

875 
875 


1 




12 
16 

8 


4 




2 


Half-pistol, or Crown 


1 




Silver. 












Piaster, since 1772 


17 8 


25.045 


903 





4 


3| 


Real of 2 or Peseta, or 
one-fifth of a Piaster 


3 18 


5.971 


813 








lOi 


Real of 1, or Half Peseta, 1 
or one- tenth of a Piaster 5 


1 21 


2.985 


813 








H 


Reallillo, or one-twentieth ( 
of a Piaster . \ 


221 


1.492 


813 








n 


These last three coins have currency 


in the Peninsula only. 






8. United States of America. 










Gold. 












Double Eagle of 10 DoUars 11 6 


17.489 


917 


2 


3 


9J 


Eagle of 5 Dollars 


5 15 


8.740 


917 


1 


1 


lOi 


Half Eagle of 2^ Dollars 


2 191 
Silver. 


3.370 


917 





10 


Hi 


Dollar 


17 10 


27.000 


903 





4 


3| 


Half Dollar . 


8 17 


13.500 


903 





2 


If 


Quarter Dollar 


4 81 


6.750 


903 





1 


Of 



ALPHABETICAL LIST 



OF 



STREETS, SQUARES, PXiACES, 

With References to their Situations, 



Sec. 



Abercromby Place, West Geo. st. 
Abercromby Street, Calton. 
Academy Court, Q5, Crown st. 
Academy Court, 20, Candleriggs. 
Adam's Court, 193, Argyle st. 

south side, and 11, Jamaica st, 
Adam's Court, 36, Rose street. 
Adam's Court Lane, from Ar- 
gyll street to Howard street. 
Adelphi Street, Hutchesontown, 

fronting the river. 
Adelphi Place, 4, Adelphi st. 
Albany Place, Sauchiehall Road, 

west end. 
Albion Buildings, 116 George st. 
Albion Court, 23, So. Albion st. 
Albion Court, 41, North Albion 

street, and 141, George street. 
Albion street (South,) from Bell 

street to Canon street. 
Albion Street (North,) from 

Canon street to George st. 
Allan Place, Douglas Street, 

Blythswood Holme. 
Alston Street, Grahamston, north 

from Argyll street. 
America Court, 24, Adelphi st. 
Anderston, west end of Argyll st. 
Anderston Quay, from M'Al- 

pin street to Lancefield. 
Anderson's Court, Main street, 

Bridgeton. 
Ann Street, Bridgeton. 
Ann Street, from Jamaica st. 

to Oswald street. 
Annuity Court, 48, York street, 
Antigua Place, Nelson street. 
Argyll Arcade, 100, Argyll st. 

and 32, Buchanan street. 
Argyll Buildings, corner of 

M'Alpin street. 



Argyll Court, 90, Argyll st. 

Argyll Place, corner of Robert- 
son street. 

Argyll Street, from Stockwell 
and Glassford st. to Anderston 

Ark Close, 46, St. Enoch's Wynd 

Ark Lane, Duke st. north side. 

Armour Street, from Barrack 
Street to Hill street. 

Ayton Court, 62, Old Venal. 

Ayton Place, 52, Old Venal. 

Back Wynd, from Trongate to 

Bridgegate. 
Bain's Court, Port-Dundas. 
Bain's Place, Upper Nile Street. 
Balmanno Place, from George 

street to Shuttle street. 
Balmanno Street, from George 

street to Rottenrow. 
Barbers' Close, 97, Saltmarket. 
Barony Glebe, Townhead. 
Barony Place, east end of Stir- 
ling Road. 
Bartack Street, from Gallow- 

gate to Duke street. 
Bath Lane, Bath street to Cath- 

cart street. 
Bath Street, at the upper end of 

Buchanan street. 
Bazar, Candleriggs, east side. 
Bazar, General, Water- Port 

Buildings. 
Bedford Street, Laurieston. 
Beef Market, 61, King Street, 

and m, Bell Street. 
Bellgrove Place, from Gallow- 

gate to Duke street. 
Bell's Court, 24, Rose street. 
Bell Street, from Candleriggs to 

High street. 



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Bell Street, Bridgeton. 

Bell Street, Stevenson street. 

Beaver Court, 53, King Street, 
Tradeston. 

Bilsland's Open, Kirk street, 
Calton. 

Bishop Street, from Main street, 
Anderston, to St. Vincent st. 

Black Boy Close, 35, GaJlow- 
gate. 

Blackfriar Street, High street, 
east side. 

Blair's Court, 23, Jamaica st. 

Blair Street, Calton. 

Blyth's Court, 19, Virginia st. 

Blythswood Holme, from Well- 
ington street to Anderston. 

Blythsw^ood Place, St. Vincent 
street, north side. 

Blythswood Square, Blyths- 
wood Hill, WestSt. Vincent st. 

Boarhead Close, QQ, High street. 

Bothwell street, Bishop street, 
Anderston. 

Bowling Green Court, 90, Bell 
Street, north side. 

Brandon Place, West George st. 

Bridgegate, from Stockwell to 
Saltmarket. 

Bridge Street, from Broomielaw 
Bridge to Eglinton Street. 

Bridgeton, from Canning street 
to Rutherglen Bridge. 

Broad Close, 167, High street. 

Broad Street, Mile-End. 

Brock St. N. and S. Mile-end. 

Broomward Street, M'Kechnie 
street, Calton. 

Broomielaw, west of Broomie- 
law Bridge. 

Brown field, from York Street 
to Anderston. 

Brown Street, from Argyll st. 
to Broomielaw. 

Brown Street, Bridgeton. 

Brunswick Court, 120, Brun- 
swick street, and 109, Can- 
dlerigg street. 



Brunswick Lane, from Brun- 
swick street to Melville Place. 

Brunswick Street and Place, 
from Trongate to Ingram st. 

Buchan Street, Gorbals, from 
Clyde terrace to Malta street. 

Buchanan Courts, 85, and 95, 
Candlerigg street. 

Buchanan Court and Buildings, 
105, Stockwell street. 

Buchanan Court, 16 Broomielaw 

Buchanan Court, 75, Argyll st. 

Buchanan Court, 37, Bedford 
street, Laurieston. 

Buchanan Court, 44-, Trongate. 

Buchanan Street, from Argyll 
street to Bath street. 

Buns Wynd, from High street 
to Shuttle street. 

Burnside Lane, Havannah st. 

Burnside, Port-Dundas. 

Burrell's Hall and Lane, Duke 
street, north side. 

Calton Entry, from Gallowgate 
to Nevp- street, Calton. 

Calton Mouth, from Gallowgate 
to King street, Calton. 

Cambridge St. from Sauchiehall 
street to New Woodside road. 

Camlachie, east end of Gallow- 
gate. 

Campbell's Court, 40, Candle- 
rigg street. 

Campbell Street, from Sauchie- 
hall southward. 

Campbellfield, 1012 Gallowgate. 

Campbell Street, from Gallow- 
gate to Graeme street. 

Candlerigg Street, from Tron- 
gate to St, David's Church. 

Candlerigg Court, 63, Candle- 
rigg street. 

Canning Place, Stirling Road, 
north side. 

Canning Street, formerly Bar- 
rowfield Road, from Great 
Hamilton street to Bridgeton. 



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Canon Street, from Ingram 
street to Shuttle -street. 

Carlton Place, south side of the 
river between the Bridges. 

Carlton Court, 13 Newbridge st. 

Carrick Street, from Argyll 
street to Broomielaw. 

Carswell's Court, 26, George st. 

Castlemilk Place, south of Hos- 
pital street. 

Castle Street, from Kirk street 
to Townhead toll. 

Castlepen's Close, 136 and 14-8, 
High street. 

Cathcart Street, head of Bu- 
chanan street, west side. 

Catherine Street, Calton. 

Cattle Market, Graeme Square. 

Cavendish Street, Laurieston. 

Centre Street, Tradeston. 

Chapel Close, 85, Main street, 
Gorbals 

Charity Court, 65, Bridgegate. 

Charlotte Lane, from Charlotte 
street to St. Andrew's Lane. 

Charlotte Place, Great Clyde st. 

Charlotte Street, from Gallow- 
gate to Green street. 

Charles Street, Calton. 

Charlie's Close, 66, Canning st. 

Cheapside Street, Stobcross st. 
to Anderston Quay. 

Glaremont Place, Great Clyde st. 

Clarence Street, Morrison street, 
Tradeston. 

Clark's Buildings, south end of 
Main street, Gorbals. 

Clark's Court, 109, Bridgegate 

Clark's Court, Main st. Calton 

Clarkson's Court, Kirk street, 
Calton. 

Cleland's Court, 239, Argyll st. 

Clay Brae, Burnside lane. 

Claythorn Street, opposite the 
foot Barracks. 

Clyde Place and Buildings, 
Tradeston, fronting the Har- 
bour. 



Clyde Street (Great,) from Ja- 
maica street to Bridgegate. 

Clyde Street (East,) from the 
Bridge to the New Jail. 

Clyde Street, from Stobcross st. 
to Anderston Quay. 

Clyde Street, Calton, north of 
Canning Street, 

Clyde Terrace, from the Old 
bridge to Carlton place. 

Clyde Terrace Court, 13, Clyde 
Terrace. 

Coach Work Close, 82, George st. 

Cobourg Court, 51, Cochran st. 

Cobourg Lane, Bedford street, 
Laurieston. 

Cobourg Street, from Oxford st. 
to Norfolk street. 

Cochrane Street, from Montrose 
street to George square. 

Callander's Close, 70,Stockwell. 

College Church Open, High st. 
east side. 

College, Old and New Court, 
High street, east side. 

College Street, High street, op- 
posite the College. 

College Street, from M'Alpin 
street to Brown street. 

Commerce Street, Tradeston. 

Commercial Court, 114, Can- 
dlarigg street. 

Commercial Court, 106, Gal- 
lowgate. 

Commercial Road, Adelphi st. 

Cordiners' Court, 47,Stockwell. 

Copenhagen Street, Sauchiehall 
street, north side. 

Corn Street, from Port-Dundas 
to Burnside. 

Coronation Buildings, Lauries- 
ton. 

Cowan's Court, Grahamston. 

Craig's Close, 71, Stock well st. 

Craig's Court, 8, Canning st. 
Craig's Court, 95, Argyll st. 
Cranston Hill, west end of 
Anderston. 



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Craignestock, Greenhead. 

Crispin Place, Kirk Street. 

Crown Court, 33, Virginia st. 

Crown Street, Adelphi street, 

Croy Place, from Maxwell st. 
to Turner's Court. 

Crum's Close, 63, Gallowgate. 

Cumberland Court, 160, Gallow- 
gate, south side. 

Cumberland Place, Port-Eglin- 
ton, Laurieston. 

Cumberland Street, Canning st. 

Cumberland Street, Laurieston. 

Currie's Close, 50, High street. 

Cutlers' Close, 88, Gallowgate. 

Dale Street, Bridgeton. 
Dale Street, from Clyde Build- 
ings southward. 
Dalhousie Street, Garnethill. 
Dallas Court, 229, Argyll st. 
Dalmarnock road, Bridgeton. 
Deacon's Close, Calton Mouth. 
Deanside Lane, from 74, George 

street to Rottenrow. 
Dean Street, Balmanno street. 
Dempster Street, west side of 

North Frederick street. 
Dinning's Court, 47, Dale st. 

Tradeston. 
Dixon Street, from Great Clyde 

street to Howard street. 
Dobbie's Loan, from Castle st. 

to Port-Dundas. 
Douglas Court, 192, Argyll st. 
Douglas Street (North,) Blyths- 

wood square. 
Douglas Street, north side of 

Argyll St. 
Dovehill, Great and Little, from 

Gallowgate to Graeme street. 
Drygate, from High street to 

Ladywell street. 
Duke Street, from High street 

to Whitevale. 
Duke Street Lane, foot of Ha- 

vannah street. 
Duncan's Close, 177, Trongate. 



Duncan's Close, 125, High st. 

Duncan Street, Calton. 

Dun das Street, Morrison street, 

Tradeston. 
Dundas Street, from West 

George street to Bath street. 
Dunlop Street, from Argyll st. 

to Jackson street. 

Eagle Lane, 5.3, Maxwell street. 
Edwin Place, Gorbals toll. 
Eglinton Street, from Bridge st. 

to Gorbals toll. 
Elmbank Place, west end of 

Greenhill place. 
Ewing Place, corner of York st. 

Fiddler's Close, 75, High street. 
Fife Place, West George street. 
Finnieston, west end of Stob- 

cross street, Anderston. 
Fish Market, 108, King street. 
Fleming's Place, Cowcaddens. 
Forefield Lane, Ladywell street. 
Franklin Street, Bridgeton. 
Frazer's Court, Main street, 

Bridgeton. 
Frederick Lane, from North 

Frederick street to North 

Hanover street. 
Frederick Street (North,) from 

George square to Love loan. 
Frederick Street (South,) from 

Ingram st. to George square. 
French Horn Close, 88, Tron- 
gate. 
Fulton's Close, 80, Trongate. 

Gallowgate, from the Cross to 

Gallowgate toll. 
Galloway's Court, 10, George st. 
Galloway's Court, 37, Glassford 

street. 
Garnet Hill, north side of Sau- 

chiehall road. 
Garnet Place, Garnet hill. 
Garthland Street, from Hutche- 

son street to Glassford street. 



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George Court, 33, Crown street 

George Street, from Duke st. to 
George square. 

George Street (West,) from 
George sq. to Blythswood hill. 

George Street, Mile-end, Calton. 

George Square, west end of 
George street and Cochran st. 

Gibson's Court, 46, Saltmarket, 
and 12 and 30, Prince's st. 

Gibson Street, south side of 
Gallowgate, near Barracks. 

Gilmour Place, London street 
and St. Andrew's, lane. 

Glassford Street, from Stock- 
well to Ingram street. 

Glebe Street, Barony glebe. 

Gloucester Street, Paterson st. 
Tradeston. 

Goosedubbs Street, from Stock- 
well to foot of Old Wynd. 

Gorbals, south end of Old bridge 

Gordon Lane, 9, Gordon street. 

Gordon Street, from Buchanan 
street to West Nile street. 

Govanhaugh, south east side of 
Hutchesontown. 

Govan Street, Hutchesontown, 
from south end of St. Ninian 
street to Commercial road. 

Graham's Buildings, 62, George 
street. 

Graham's Court, 117Candleriggs 

Graham's Square, Gallowgate. 

Grahamston, west end of Argyll 
street, north side. 

Graeme Street, from Old Venal 
to Barrack Wall. 

Graham Street, Dalmarnock road 

Gray's Court, 34, Dale street, 
Tradeston. 

Greenhead, Calton. 

Greenhill Place, west end of St. 
Vincent Street. 

Greenhill Street, from Green- 
hill place to BishoiJ street. 

Green Street, Calton, east end 
of Great Hamilton street. 



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Green Street, (Low,) from St. 

Andrew square, to Green st. 
Green Street, from foot of Salt- 

mai'ket to Great Hamilton st. 
Green, Street, Main st. Bridgeton 
Green Street Lane, west side of 

Green street, Bridgeton. 
Greyfriars' Wynd, High street 

opposite the College church. 
Guildry Court, 137, Bridgegate, 

and 25, East Clyde street. 

Hamilton Court, 47, Stockwell. 
Hamilton Court, Main street, 

Bridgeton. 
Hamilton Street, (Little,) from 

High John street to North 

Frederick street. 
Hamilton, Street (Great,) from 
St.Mungo'slaneto Canning st. 
Hanover Street (North,) north 

side George square. 
Hanover Street (South,) from 

Ingram street to George sqr. 
Havannah Street, from High st. 

to Burnside Lane. 
Hay Street, from King st. Mile- 
end to Millroad street. 
High Street, from the Cross to 

Kirk street. 
Hill's Court, 30, Rose street. 
Hill Place, 20, Stirling's road. 
Hill Ste-eet, from Duke street to 

Gallowgate. 
Hill Street, from Stobcross st. 

to Main street, Anderston. 
Hill Square, 79, Stobcross st. 
Holme Street, from Wellington 

street to Pitt street. 
Holland Place, west end St. 

Vincent street. 
Hope Street, from St. Vincent 

street to Sauchiehall road. 
Hope Street, from Main st. An- 
derston to Stobcross street. 
Hopetoun Place, from Rotteu- 

row to Stirling's road. 
Horn's Court, 3, St. Enoch st. 



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Hospital Street, Hutchesontown, 

Adelphi street. 
Howard Street, from Jamaica 

sti'eet to Maxwell street. 
Hunter Street, near Barracks, 

Gallowgate. 
Hutcheson Street, fromTrongate 

to Ingram street. 
Hutchesontown, at the south 

end of the Wooden Bridge. 
Hutton's Court, Old Ropework 

entry, Stock well. 

Industry Court, 4, Market st. 

Ingram Buildings, ISlIngram st. 

Ingram Court, (East,) 21, In- 
gram street. 

Ingram Court, (West,) 163, In- 
gram street, south side, and 
100, Queen street. 

Ingram Place, 111, Ingram st. 

Ingram Street, from Candle- 
riggs to Queen street. 

Inkle Factory Lane, from Shut- 
tle street, to North Albion st. 

Jackson Street, from Stockwell 

to Dunlop street. 
Jaffray's Close, ll-jGoosedubs st. 
Jail Square, foot of Saltmarket 

street, east side. 
Jamaica Street, from Argyll st. 

to the Broomielaw Bridge. 
James' Court, 18, Rose street. 
James Street, Bridgeton. 
James Street, Calton. 
Jamieson's Court, 113, King st. 
Jamieson's Open, Main street, 

Anderston. 
Jane Street, Blythswood square. 
Johnston's Place, Barony glebe, 

east end Stirling road. 
John's Court, 39, Crown street. 
John Street(High,) from George 

street to Stirling's road. 
John Street (Low,)from Ingram 

street to George street. 
John Street, Main st. Bridgeton 
John Street, Camlachie. 



John Street Lane, John street, 
Bridgeton. 

Kensington Place, Sauchiehall 

road. 
Kent Street, from Gallowgate 

to Great Hamilton street. 
Kerr Street, from Little st. to 

Millroad street. 
Kingtield Row, Gallowgate. 
Kingston Place, Paisley road. 
King's ArmsClose, 64,Trongate 
King Street, from Trongate to 

Bridgegate. 
King Street, from Calton mouth 

to Green street. 
King Street, Mile-end. 
King Street, Tradeston, from 

Bridge street westward. 
Kirk Close, 63, Main street, 

Anderston. 
Kirk Streetjfiom end of Drygate 

to the High church. 
Kirk Street, from Main street 

to Green street, Calton. 
Kirk Street, from Main street 

to Buchau street, Gorbals. 

Lady well Street, foot of Drygate 
Laigh Kirk Close, from 59, 

Trongate to Prince's street. 
Lancefield, west end of Stobcross 

street. 
Landressy Street, Calton, Can- 
ning street. 
Laurieston, south side of the 

river between the bridges. 
Lawson's Court, 125, Trongate. 
Leitch's Court, 157, Trongate. 
Leopard Close, 80, High street. 
Little Street, Calton. 
London Lane, from London st. 

to St. Andrew street. 
London Street, from the Cross 

to Monteith row. 
Love Loan, from Rotteurow, to 

Dund'as street. 
Low Green Street, from St. 
Andrew's square to Green st. 



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Lyceum Coui't, 72, Nelson st. 

M'Alpin's Close, 27, Stockwell. 
M'Alpine Street, from Argyll 

street to Broomielaw. 
M' Arthur's Buildings, Ander- 

ston quay. 
M'Farlane Place, east end of 

Canning street. 
M'Farlane Street, from Gallow- 

gate to Graeme street. 
M' Gill's Close, 87, Stockwell. 
M'Kechnie Street, Calton. 
M'Nichol's Court, 209, High st. 
Madeira Buildings, Argyll st. 

corner of Oswald street. 
Madeira Court, 263, Argyll st. 
MainStreet,Bridgeton,from Can- 
ning St. to Rutherglen bridge. 
Main Street, Calton, from Great 

Hamilton street to King street, 

Calton. 
Main Street, Gorbals, from the 

Old Bridge to Gorbals toll. 
Main Street, Anderston, from 

Argyll street to Sandyford. 
Mains' Street, from Argyll st. 

to Sauchlehall street. 
Maitland Street, Cowcaddens. 
Malta Street, Gorbals, west side 

of Main street. 
Manhattan Buildings, South 

Hanover street. 
Margaret Street, from Little 

Hamilton st. to Love loan. 
Market Lane, John street. 
Market Street, from Bridgegate 

to New Jail. 
Marlborough Street, south from 

Gallowgate toll. 
Marshall's Close, 81 and 147, 

Bridgegate. 
Marshall's Court, 5 & 9, south 

Hanover street. 
Marshall St. op. the Barracks. 
Martin's Court, 58, Buchanan st 
Mason Street, from Castle street 

to Weaver street. 



Maxwell Street, south from Ar- 
gyll street to Clyde street. 

Maxwelton Place, Paisley I'oad. 

Melville Lane, Melville street. 

Melville Place, 132, Trongate. 

Melville Street, from Hope st. 
to Gordon street. 

Melville Street, Wallace street. 

Merchant Lane, from Bridge- 
gate to East Clyde street. 

Mile-end, east of Canning st. 

Miller's Place, from King st. to 
Saltmarket. 

Miller Street, from Argyll st. 
to Ingram street. 

Millfield, Hutchesontown, Rose 
street. 

Millroad Street, Calton. 

Milton PI. west St. Vincent st. 

Mitchell Place, Garnethill, 

Mitchell Street, from Argyll 
street to Gordon street. 

Mirlees' Ct. Main st. Bridgetoii. 

MIrlees' Close, 79, Canning st. 

Moncrieff Street, Gorbals. 

Montague Place, west end of 
Bath street. 

Montrose Street, from Ingram 
street to Rottenrow. 

Moodie's Court, 31, Argyll st. 

Monteith Row, eastof London st, 

Moore Place, west George st. 

Moore Street, Gallowgate. 

Morrisoft's Court, 108, Argyll st. 

Morison St. Nelson st. Tradeston 

Muir's Buildings, Melville street, 
Tradeston. 

Muirhead Street, Hutchesontown 
from Adelphi st. southward. 

Munro's Court, 63, Stockwell. 

Muslin St. Main st. Bridgetoiio 

Mutton Market, 86, King st. 

Napier's Close, 77 and 85, SaJt- 

market. 
Neilson's Court, Grahamston. 
Nelson Street, from Trongate to 

Stirling Square. 
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Nelson Street, Tradeston. 
New London Road, from Can- 
ning street eastward. 
New Street, Calton, from Russel 

street to Calton Cross. 
New Venal, High street, east 

side near the College. 
New Wynd, from Trongate to 

Bridgegate. 
Nicholson Street, Carlton place. 
Nile St. (east) at the Gallowgate 

bridge, north side. 
Nile St. (west) from Mitchell st. 

to Cowcaddens toll. 
Nile Street Lane, west Nile st. 

to Renfield street. 
Norfolk Court, 19, Norfolk st. 
Norfolk Lane, from Norfolk st. 

to Bedford street. 
Norfolk Street, Laurieston, from 

Bridge street to Portugal st. 
North Street, Anderston. 

Oakfield PI. North Douglas st. 

BIythswood Square. 
Old Coach Close, 151, Gallowgate 
Old Post- Office Co. 1 ] 4, Trongate 
Old Swan Close, 187, Trongate 
Old Wynd, from Trongate to 

Bridgegate. 
Old Venal, from High Street 

to Graeme street. 
Orr Street, Mile-end, Calton. 
Oswald Court, 71, Maxwell st. 
Oswald Street, from Argyll st. 

to Broomielaw quay. 
Oxford Street, Laurieston, from 

Bridge street to Nicholson st^ 

Parker's Co. 22, King st. Calton 
Parkhouse Lane, from Duke st. 

to Ladywell. 
Park Lane, Mile-end, Calton. 
Park Place, foot of Stockwell. 
Park Place, Paisley road. 
Parson Street, Barony Glebe. 
Patterson Street, from Tarbet 

street to Rottenrow. 
Paterson Street, Morrison street, 

Tradeston. 



Peter's Buildings, west Nile st. 
no. east corner of Fife place. 

Piccadilly Street Anderston,from 
Stobcross St. to Broomielaw. 

Pipehouse Close, 93, High st. 

Pitt Street, BIythswood Holme. 

Pitt Street, Nelson st. Tradeston. 

Port-Dundas, Canal, New Ba- 
sin. 

Port- Eglin ton, Paisley Canal 
Basin. 

Portland Place, corner of Rot- 
tenrow and Hopetoun Place. 

Portland Street, Laurieston. 

Portland Street, from George 
street to Rottenrow. 

Portugal Street, Laurieston. 

Potato Market, foot of Market st. 

Pratt's Court, 109, Argyll st. 

Prince's Street, from Saltmarket 
to King street. 

Provan Court, 40, North Freder- 
ick street. 

Provan Place, head of North 
Montrose street. 

Provanside, 127, Stirling's road. 

Queen's Court, 62, Queen st. 
Queen Street, from Argyll st. 

to George's Square. 
Queen St. and Place, Tradeston. 

Regent Street, from Nile street 

to BIythswood hill. 
Reid's Court, 5Q, Trongate. 
Reid Street, Bridgeton. 
Renfield Street, from Union st. 

to Cowcaddens road. 
Renfrew Street, Quarry town. 
Richmond St. from Montrose 

street to Portland street. 
Risk Street, G. Hamilton st. 
Ritchie's Lane, Clyde st. Calton. 
Robertson's Ct. 179, Argyll st. 
Robertson's Lane, Robertson st. 
Robertson Street, from Argyll 

street to Broomielaw. 
RopeworkEntry, 108, Stockwell. 
Rope work Lane, Jackson street. 



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Rose Street, Adelphi street. 
Rottenrow, from Drygate to 

High John street. 
Rumford Street, Bridgeton. 
Russell Street Kent st. east side. 
Rutherglen Loan, from Main 

sti'eet to Little Govan. 

Sai*acen's Lane, Gallowgate, op- 
posite St. Mungo's Lane. 

Smithfield Buildings, foot of 
Oswald street. 

Sauchiehall St.fromCowcaddens 
road to Sandyford. 

St. Andrew's Lane, from Gal- 
lowgate to St. Andrew's sq. 

St. Andi'ew's Square, principal 
entry from Saltmarket. 

St. Andrew's Street, from Salt- 
market to St. Andrew's sq. 

St. David's Court, 16, Canon st. 

St. Enoch's Lane, 143, Argyll 
street, south side. 

St. Enoch's Square, south side of 
Argyll St. op. Buchanan st. 

St. Enoch's Wynd, south side of 
Argyll street to Howard st. 

St. George Place, west side of 
Buchanan street. 

St. James' Street, Melville st. 
Tradeston. 

St. Margaret Place from Bridge- 
gate to Jail. 

St. Mungo's Lane, from Gal- 
lowgate to Green entry. 

St.Mungo Street from Stirling's 
road to Parson street. 

St. Nicholas Street, from Kirk 
street to Weaver street. 

St. Ninian Street, Adelphi st. 

St. Rollox, Townhead. 

St. Vincent Place, from George 
square to Buchanan street. 

St. Vincent Street (West,) from 
Buchanan street westward. 

Salisbury Street, Laurieston. 

Saltmarket, from the Cross to 
the Low Green. 



Sandyford, west end of Ander- 

ston. 
Savoy Street, Bridgeton. 
Scott's Court, 34-9, Gallowgate. 
Shuttle Street, from Canon st. 

to George street. 
Shuttle Street Lane, top of 

Shuttle street. 
Sidney Court, 62, Argyll street. 
Sidney Street, east end of Gal- 
lowgate, north side. 
Sinclair's Crt. 36.3, Gallowgate. 
Sister Street, Orr street, Calton. 
Smeal's Buildings, Govanhaugh. 
Smith's Court, 62, Brunswick 

street, and 53, Candlerigg st. 
Smith's Court, 64i, Jamaica st. 
Sommer Street, Mile-end. 
vSpoutmouth, from Gallowgate 

to Old Venal. 
SpreuU's Court, 26, Glassford st. 

and 182, Trongate. 
Stevenson Street, Calton. 
Steel Street, from Saltmarket to 

Low Green street. 
Stirling's Road, from High John 

street to Townhead toll. 
Stirling Square, west end of 

Stirling street. 
Stirling Street, from High st. 

to Stirling square. 
Stobcross Street, from Argyll 

street to Finnieston. 
Stockwell Court, 39, Stockwell. 
Stockwell Place, Stockwell st. 

west side. 
Stockwell Street, from Glassford 

street to Old Bridge. 
Stormont Street, east side of 

Maxwell street. 
Struthers' Street, Calton. 
Suffolk Street, from St. Mungo's 

lane to Kent street. 
Sugar-house Close, 132, Gallow- 
gate, and 47, King street. 
Sugar-house Lane, Gallowgate. 
Sun Close, 19, Saltmarket. 
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Sweeps' Close, 72, High street. 
Surrey Place, west of Gorbals 

toll, Pollokshaws road. 
Surrey Street, from Portugal st. 

to Edwin place. 
Sussex Place, 9, Adelphi street. 

Tanwork Close, 89, Gallowgate. 
Tarbet Street, Deanside brae. 
Taylor Street, from Rottenrow 

to Bobbie's loan. 
Taylor Street (North,) from 

Debbie's loan to Parson st. 
Thistle Street, Adelphi street. 
Thomson's Lane, Marlborough 

street, Calton. 
Thomson's Lane, Green street 

to Risk street. 
Thomson's Square, 70, Main st. 

Anderston. 
Tobago St. Calton, Canning st. 
Tontine Buildings, Exchange. 
Tontine Close, 34, Trongate. 
Tradeston, at the south end of 

the New Bridge. 
Trafalgar Street, Bridgeton. 
Trafalgar Place, Broomielaw 

quay. 
Trongate, from the Cross to 

Stockwell and Glassford st. 
Tureen Street, from Gallowgate 

to King street, Calton. 
Turner's Court, 87, Argyll st. 

Union Court, corner of Union 
place, Argyll st. north side. 

Union Place, North st. Ander- 
ston. 

Union Street, Argyll street, op- 
posite Jamaica street. 

Union St. and Place, Calton. 

Ure Place, Montrose street. 

Villafield, north end of Taylor st. 

Virginia Buildings, 43, Virginia 
street, west side, 

Virginia Court, 71, Virginia st. 



Virginia Place, head of Virginia 

street. 
Virginia Sti'eet, from Argyll st. 

to Ingram street. 

Waddeirs Court, 48, Stockwell. 

Wallace Crt. Bell st, south side. 

Wallace Street, Eglinton street. 

Warroch Street, Stobcross street 

Warwick Street, head of Nichol- 
son street, Laurieston. 

Washington Street, from Main 
st. Anderston to Broomielaw. 

Waterloo Close, 91, Stockwell. 

Waterport buildings, Great Clyde 
street. 

Watson's Crt. 196, Gallowgate. 

Weaver Street, from Rottenrow 
to Stirling's road. 

Well ParkLane, Parkhouse lane, 
Ladywell. 

Well Street, Main st. Calton. 

Wellington Court, 43, Argyll st. 

Wellington Place, south end of 
the Wooden Bridge. 

Wellington Place (North,) Sau- 
chiehall road. 

Wellington Street, from Ander- 
ston walk to Sauchiehall road. 

West Street, Tradeston. 

Whitevale, from Gallowgate to 
Duke street. 

William Street, Canning street. 

William Street, Mile-End. 

Wilson Street, from Candleriggs 
to Virginia street. 

Wilson's Close, 139, Saltmarket. 

Wilson's Court, 57, Argyll st. 

Windsor Place, Sauchiehall road 

Wood Lane, Broomielaw. 

Wright's Court, 125, Queen st. 

Wright Street, from Duke st. to 
Ladywell. 

York Street, from Argyll street 

to Broomielaw. 
York Place, 339, Argyll street. 



21 



Route of the London Mail 



Route of the Mail from Glasgow to London, 


hy Glasgow 


time. 






TIME 


ARRIVAL. 




Distance. 


Allowed. 


A, M. 


p. M. 




M. F. 


H. 


M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


GLASGOW, Dispatched at-v. 








7 30 




Hamilton, 


11 


I 


7 


8 37 




Knowknack, ,..,-wv,.vv^ ~v-v. — 


9 3 


I 





9 37 




Ahino'dnn. ^ ««««< 


17 


1 


45 


11 22 




Bfiatock Bridge,~w^»~~«. 


18 3 


1 


53 




1 15 


Allowed at Do --^ — .~^ 







15 






Dinwoodiegreen, ,.^ — ~^ 


9 3 





58 




2 28 


Ecclefechan,»^«,^r»%<N~s^«-~~f»->~'~.~»^ 


10 6 


I 


8 




3 36 


Gretna, ^ — 


9 2 





5Q 




4 32 


Carlisle,^. ,^ 


9 6 


1 







5 32 


Allowed at Do. abont,.^,.^ 







45 






Hesketh, ^^ 


9 


1 







7 17 


Penrith, -.^ — 


9 2 


1 







8 17 


Apnleb V, ~»^-~»v. 


13 4 


I 


28 




9 45 


Brough, ~v^. — . 


8 





56 




10 41 


Newspittal, 


9 4 


1 


10 




11 51 


New Inn Gretabridge, — .^ — . — 


10 


I 


6 


12 57 




Catterick Bridge, 


13 4 


1 


28 


2 25 




Leeminglane, 


11 


1 


10 


3 35 




Ripon, ^ ^^ 


10 


1 


4 


4 39 




Harrowgate, . — . . 


11 


1 


7 


5 46 




Hare wood, — -v,^ 


7 6 





50 


6 SQ 




Leeds, 


8 2 





55 


7 31 




Allowed at Do — 







46 






Oulton, 


5 





31 


8 48 




Pontefract, ,.^ — ,~-v. ^,~~ 


8 





51 


9 39 




Doncaster, r^ — -.^ 


14 3 


1 


31 


11 10 




Rossington Bridge, ,^~-v, ~^ 


4 3 





26 


11 36 




Barnby Moor, ^ 


9 6 


1 


4 




12 40 


Scarthing Moor,~„ ~- 


12 5 


1 


22 




2 2 


Newark, ^ ~^ 


10 5 


1 


10 




3 12 


Allowed at Do r^^..^ — 







40 






Foston,, ^ 


8 





56 




4 48 


Grantham, .,. .~ — . . 


6 





41 




5 29 


Stretton, 


13 1 


1 


27 




6 56 


Stamford, ,. . 


8 





53 




7 49 


Allowed at Do . — ,-,v^„^ 







10 






Stilton, .^.^.^,^ .^ 


14 5 


1 


33 




9 32 


Alconbury, ,^„ .-.-^ — , 


9 1 


1 


3 




10 35 


St. Neot's ,.. ^ — _. 


10 2 


I 


13 




11 48 


Caldecoat, ,^^^ 


9 4 


1 


5 


12 53 




Baldock, — ,__^_^-_^._ — 


9 2 


I 


3 


1 56 




Welwyn, 


12 2 


1 


21 


3 17 




Barnet, ^,_ 


14 


1 


33 


4 50 




LONDON, « 


11 4 


1 


20 


6 10 






406 


46 


40 





Route of the London Mail 



22 



Route of the Mail from London to Glasgow, by London time, 

ARRIVAL. 




LONDON, Dispatched at. 

Barnet, 

W"el wyn, , 

Baldock,, 

Caldecoat,^ 

St. Neot's, 

Alconbury, 

Stilton, — 

Stamford, 

Strotton,, 

Grant ham 3 

Allowed at Do. 

Foston, «v-v. ~v^,,».v,^ 

Newark,. 
Scarthing Moor, 
Barnby Moor, „ 
Rossington Bridge, 
Don caster, 
Pontefract, 
Oulton, .w-v 
Leeds, 

Allowed at Do.. 
Harewood, 
Harrowgate, 
Ripon. 

Leeming Lane, 
Catterick Bridge, 
New Inn Gretabridge, 
Newspittal, 
Brough, 
Appleby, 
Penrith, „. 
Hesketh,.v. 
Carlisle,. 

Allowed at Do. about, 
Gretna,- 
Ecclefechan, 
Dinwoodiegreen, 
Beatoek Bridge,, 

Allowed at Do. 
Abingdon, 
Knowknack, , 
Hamilton, 
GLASGOW. 




Distance. 
M. r. 

11 4 
14 

12 2 
9 2 
9 4 

10 2 
9 1 

14 5 
8 

13 1 

6 

8 

10 5 

12 5 

9 6 

4 3 

14 3 
8 

5 

8 2 

7 6 

11 

10 

11 

13 4 
10 

9 4 

8 
13 4 

9 2 
9 

9 6 
9 2 

10 6 
9 3 

18 3 

17 

9 3 

11 



TIME 

Allowed. 

H. M. 



20 
31 
20 



57 

59 

1 7 

59 

1 35 

52 

1 25 
40 
36 
48 



58 

25 

1 27 
48 
30 
35 
52 
46 



1 6 

1 

1 6 

1 25 

1 8 

1 5 

54 



55 

25 

58 

55 

1 4 
5Q 



56 

1 6 



A. M. 
H. M. 



12 11 

1 8 



2 7 

3 14 

4 13 

5 48 

6 40 
8 5 



9 21 

10 9 

11 13 



12 34 

1 39 

2 33 

3 58 

4 58 

5 33 

7 16 

8 11 

9 15 
10 11 



406 43 51 

The diffex-ence between London time and Glasgow time is 17 
minutes. 



23 Contents, 



CONTENTS. 

page. 

Bill Card, 3 

Gold and Silver Foreign Coins, 6 

Glasgow Street Directory, . .... 11 

Glasgow Directory, ....... 25 

Route of the London Mail . . . . . 21 

Stamp Duties, ........ 4 

APPENDIX. 

Anatomical Theatre, . . .... 38 

Andersonian University, 37 

Banking Houses, ....... 46 

Billeting of Soldiers, . . . . . . 65 

Burgh Small Debt Court, 41 

Canal Passage Boats, . . .... 65 

Canal Traders, ........ 66 

Carriers' Quarters, &c. . . . . . . 73 

Carters' Regulations, ... ... 60 

Cess and Tax Offices, . . . • . ,52 

Chamber of Commerce, ...... 32 

Clyde Steam Packets, 69 

Clyde Traders, 69 

Coaches, Mail and Stage, ...... 83 

Coaches, Hackney and Noddy Regulations, . . .57 

Court of Session, Sittings of, ..... 72 

Fire and Life Insurance Offices, ..... 53 

Glasgow Eye Infirmary, ...... 38 

Hunterian Museum, ....... 37 

Justices of the Peace, . . . . . . 40 

Justices of the Peace Small Debt Court, ... 43 

Leith and Aberdeen Steam Packets, .... 68 

Leith and London Steam Packets, .... 68 

Leith, Hamburgh and Rotterdam, . . . . .68 

Leith and London Smacks, . .... 67 

Letters, Delivery of . . . . . . ^ . \ 

Mails, Dispatch of 1 

Magistrates of Glasgow, 29 

j Magistrates of Suburbs, 33 

Mechanics' Institution, 38 

Merchants' House, 30 

Messengers at Arms, ...... 86 

Ministers of Glasgow, &c 38 

Newspaper Offices, ....... 55 

Newspapers, Regulations for Sending to the Colonies, . 2 

Penny- Post and Sub-Offices, 27 

\ Police Estahlishments, ..... .34 



Contents. 24 



Post Office Receiving Houses, ..... 28 

Postages, Rates of, in Great Britain, .... 3 

Postages from Glasgow to Countries beyond Seas, with the 

Day of Dispatch, ...... 4 

Post Towns in England, . . • . . . 9 

Do. in Ireland, . . . . . . 19 

Do. in Scotland, ...... 22 

Porters at the Broomielaw, Regulations for . . 64< 

Do. of the City, Do. . . . 63 

Do. Coal, Do 64 

Principal Places Abroad, with the Countries to which Let- 
ters are Forwarded, . . . . .5 

Public Offices, . . . . ... 48 

River and Harbour Dues, . . . . . .71 

Ship Letters, how Charged, ..... 2 

Sheriff Officers, 42 

Sheriff Small Debt Court, , . . . . .42 

Small Debt Courts, Form of Proceeding in . . .43 

Statute Labour Rates, ...... 56 

Tide Table, 89 

Town Hospital, Directors of .... . 30 

Town Officers, 42 

Trades' House, . . . . . . . 31 

Twopenny Post Towns, ...... 26 

University, ........ 36 



Abstracts of Parliamentary Documents. 

No. 530; The average of Promissory Notes and Post Bills of 
the Bank of England, from the 6th April, 1829, to the 6th April, 
1830, amounted to £20,620,417, 12s. 8d. 

No. 42. From May 2d, 1828, to Dec. 31, 1829, there were 
issued by the Governor and Company of the Bank of England, 
sovereigns and half sovereigns to the amount of £17,960,412, 
and received in the same period £14,759,820, 10s.; balance 
issued, £3,200,591, 10s. 

No. 44. From June, 14, 1828, to Dec. 31, 1829, there were 
coined half-crowns, shillings, and sixpences to the amount of 
£113,110, .3s. 

No. 160. The number and amount of country-hankers' notes 
stamped in Great Britain in the three years ending 5th January, 
1830, were in 1827, 310,377 for £1, 225,911 for £5, 57,683 
for £10, 6933 for £20, 95 for £50, and 208 for £100; total 
amount, £2,280,972. In 1828, 155,199 for £1, 382,311 for 
£5, 58,356 for £10, 12,697 for £20, 560 for £50, and 1100 
for £100; total amount, £3,042,254. In 1829, 257,271 for 
£1, 252,969 for £5, 57,758 for £10, 5339 for £20, 215 for 
£30, 861 for £50, 400 for £100; total amount, £2,795,976. 



GLASGOW 



Ifntffl^ ^THlfl-^l^lf tTm^^^^ 



'> 



ABBEY — ADAM. 

ABBEY, Alexander, spirit dealer, 126 Broomielaw 
Abbey, R. R. & Co. druggists, 15 Melville place 
ABERCROMBY, Alex, of J. 8^ W. McLaren 8^ Co. 

house Provanside, Stirling road 
Abererombie, John, paper box maker, 22 Orr street 
Abercromby, John, spirit dealer, Port-Dundas 
Aberdeen Bank. Royal Bank, agents. 
ADAMS, Alex, surgeon, 343 High street, house 239 
Adam, Andrew, tobacconist, 4 Dry gate 
Adam, Andrew, grocer, 44 Drygate 
Adam, Francis, 51 Cochran street 
Adam, George, flesher, Bell Street Market 
Adam, J. G. calico printer, 51 Cochran street, works 

Denny House, 129 Hope street 
Adam, James, haberdasher, 56 Nelson street and 36 

Candleriggs 
Adam, John, builder and brick maker, 21 Nelson st. 

Tradeston 
Adams, John, musician, 38 Trongate 
Adam, John, flesher. Bell Street Market 
Adam, John, sheriflF-officer, 9 Main street, Calton 
Adam, Joseph, japanner, 60 High street 
c 



'26 ADAM AGNEW. 

Adam, Peter, builder and brickmaker, 30 Warwick st. 
Adam, Robert, writer, 144 Queen street, house 126 

Hope street 
Adam, Robert, plasterer, 43 Great Hamilton street 
Adam, Thomas, grocer, 45 Dale street, Tradeston 
Adam, William, spirit dealer, Melville st. Tradeston 
Adam, William, jun. manufacturer, 41 Stirling square 
Adam, William, & Son, Millbank. Letters left at 

A. M'Nair's, 71 Bell street 
Adam, William, innkeeper, Millerstown 
Adam, W^illiam, & Co. merchants, 103 Brunswick st. 
Adam, William, of William Adam Sf Co. house 57 

Oswald street 
Adam, William, tailor, 134 Main street, Anderston 
Adam, Mrs. John, baker, 52 Main street, Anderston 
Adam, Mrs. paper box maker, 76 Canon street 
Adam, Mrs. 121 Great Hamilton street 
Adam, Miss, milliner, 46 Hutcheson street 
Adam, Miss, stay and corset maker, 26 College street 
ADAMSON & Logan, manufacturers, 14 Montrose st. 
Adamson, F. of Adamson Sf Logan^ house 51 West 

George Street 
Adamson, William, wholesale tea, wine and spirit 

merchant, 91 Candleriggs 
Adelphi Brewery, Govan street, Hutchesontown 
Adelphi Foundry Co. engineers and founders. Com- 
mercial road, Hutchesontown 
AD IE, William, manufacturer, 9 Cochran street, ho. 

64 Weaver street 

ADSHEAD, William, working jeweller, 53 Argyle 

Arcade 
AFLECK, J. & G. pawnbrokers, 139 Saltmarket 
Afleck, Joseph, jun. house measurer, 22 Argyll street 
AGNEW, John & Co. merchants, 67 Miller street 
Agnew, John, of John Agnew Sf Co, house 11 Aber- 

cromby place 
Agnew, Peter, portrait painter, 128 Saltmarket 
Agnew, Robert, of Agnew, Watson Sf Rainy, house 

65 Bath street 

Agnew, Watson & Rainy, 14 Gordon street 



AGNEW AITKEN. 27 



Agnew, William, umbrella maker, 22 Stevenson street 
Ag-new, Mrs. straw hat maker, 22 Stevenson street 
Agnew, Mrs. midwife, 169 Trongate 
AIKMAN, J. Royal Bank, ho. Duncliattan buildings 
Aikman, Robert, at R. Rodger s, 162 Buchanan street 
Aikman, Thomas, & Co. calenderers and packers, 127 

Candleriggs 
Aikman, Thos, ofThos.AikmanS^Co.ho. 1 27 Candleriggs 
AINSLIB, John, sheriff-officer, 36 East Clyde street 
Ainslie, William, chandler, 4>7 Main street, Gorbals 
AIRD, Hugh, glue and size manufacturer, 99 Gallow. 
Aird, Hohevt, of Maxwell and Aird, house 33 North 

Frederick street 
Aird, William, Sz Son, saddlers, 77 Buchanan street, 

house 33 North Frederick street 
Airthhy Mill paper warehouse, 14i King street. 

M. Ferguson, agent 
Airthry Mineral Water sold at 359 Argyll street 
AITCHISON & Donaldson, saddlers, 30 Argyll st. 
Aitchison, John, wright, 26 New Wynd, ho. Craig's ct. 
Aitchison, Walter, writer, 11 Miller street 
Aitchison, William, writer, 125 Virginia street 
AITKEN, Andrew, manufacturer, 23 South Albion st. 
Aitken, Archibald, grocer, 36 Great Hamilton street 
Aitken, Edward, flesher, 268 Gallowgate. 
Aitken, Hugh, dyer, 30 Tureen street 
Aitken, Hugh, spirit dealer, 75 Bridgegate 
Aitken, James, victualler, 340 Gallowgate 
Aitken, James, teacher, 40 M'Farlane street 
Aitken, James, writing master, 3 St. George's place 
Aitken, James, rag merchant, 28 Spoutmouth 
Aitken, James, muslin warehouse, 24, St. Andrew sq. 
Aitken, James and John, woollen drapers, 4 Gallow. 
Aitken, John, Perth and Aberdeen carrier, 19 Vir- 
ginia street 
Aitken, John, baker, 25 Blackfriar street 
Aitken, John, & Co. printers, 72 Nelson street 
Aitken, John, victualler, 333 Gallowgate 
Aitken, John, surgeon, 95 Argyll street 
Aitken, John, victualler, 3 Stockwell place 



28 AITKEN ALEXANDER. 



Aitken, John, wine and spirit dealer, 92 High street 

Aitken, John, shoemaker, 83, Castle street 

Aitken, John, of Scott and Aitken, 98 Miller street 

Aitken, John, dairyman, Broomhill, St. RoUox 

Aitken's Lodgings, 108, Argyll street 

Aitken & M'Kell, silversmiths, 31 Argyll street 

Aitken, Peter, boot tavern, 39 Saltmarket 

Aitken, Peter, jeweller, 90 Argyll st. ho. Argyll court 

Aitken, Robert, jun. accountant, 58 Miller street, ho. 

Ingram street 
Aitken, Robert, cashier and agent for the Bank of 

Scotland, house 82 Ingram street 
Aitken, Robert, brewer, Camlachie 
Aitken, Robert, marble cutter, Gordon street 
Aitken, Robert, baker, 47 Main street, Calton 
Aitken, Robert, grocer, 6cc. 23 King street, Calton 
Aitken, Robert, of Osborn and Aitken, house 73 Port- 
land street, Laurieston 
Aitken, Thomas, spirit dealer, 89 King st. Tradeston 
Aitken, William, silk mercer, 2 & 4 Glassford street 
Aitken, William, surgeon, 41 Stevenson street 
Aitken, William, builder, 4 M'Farlane street 
Aitken, William, candlemaker, 287 Argyll street 
Aitken, William, manufacturer of shawls and zebra 

dresses, 70 Hutcheson street 
Aitken, William, surgeon, 68 Stockwell, house 79 
Aitken, Mrs. Robert, 223 Gallowgate 
Aitken, Mrs. grocer and spirit dealer, 396 Gallowgate 
Aitken, M. furnishing shop, 344 Gallowgate 
AITKENHEAD, Alexander, victualler, 222, Gallow- 
gate, and 56 New street, Calton. 
Aitkenhead, John, victualler, 75 Main street, Gorbals 
ALDERSON, George, of C. L. Phillips S^ Co. 
ALEXANDER, Alex, grocer, 105, Upper Renfield st. 
Alexander, Dr. Andrew, 131 Bridgegate, house 16 

Nicholson street 
Alexander, Claud, 73 John street 
Alexander, David & Co. manufacturers, N. Albion ct, 
Alexander, David, Bridgeton Baking Society, B 
Well street 



ALEXANDER. 

Alexander, David, spirit dealer, 106 New Wynd. 
Alexander, Edward, of Corbett^ Alexander S^ Co. 
Alexander, James, & Co. mei-chants, 100 Queen street 
Alexander, James, of James Alexander 8^ Co. house 3 

Blythswood place 
Alexander, Jas. tertius, at Jas. Alexander 8^ Cos. 
Alexander, James, ironmonger, 28 High street, house 

5 Great Hamilton street 
Alexander, James, jun. & Co. wine and spirit mer- 
chants, 43 Queen street 
Alexander, James, surgeon dentist, 62 Argyll street 
Alexander, James, wright. Holme street 
Alexander, J. H. manager, Theatre Royal, Dunlop st. 
Alexander, John, grocer, &c. 42 Clyde st. Anderston 
Alexander, John, spirit dealer, 31 Renfrew street 
Alexander, John, flesher, 21 Portland st. Laurieston 
Alexander, John, Courier Office, house 31 Argyll st. 
Alexander, John, at James Alexander 8f Cos. 
Alexander, John, reed maker, 23 High street 
Alexander, John, confectioner, 232 High street 
Alexander, John, victualler, 133 Trongate, house 114 
Alexander, John and R. cartwrights, Blackqmarry 
Alexander, Joseph, confectioner, 150 Argyll street 
Alexander, Mathew, shoe shop, 38 Stevenson street 
Alexander, Matthew, of Paterson, Jamieson S^ Co. 

house 23 Carlton place 
Alexander, R. F. and J. 144 Queen street, spinning 

and thread works Burnside lane, house 38 West 

George street. 
Alexander, Rohert, 144 Queen street 
Alexander, Walter, of James Sommerville 8^ Co. » 
Alexander, William, cartwright, Blackquarry 
Alexander, William, grocer, &c. 138 Sauchiehall st. 
Alexander, William, jeweller, 7 Nelson street, house 

178 Gallowgate 
Alexander, William, shoemaker, 3 Stevenson street 
Alexander, Mrs. furnishing shop, 139 Upper Nile st. 
Alexander, Mrs. William, ladies' seminary, 36 North 

Frederick street 
Alexander, Miss Jane, milliner, 10 Argyll Arcade 
c 2 



so ALGIE — ALLAN. 

ALGIE, Lethan, spirit dealer, 4 Back wynd 
ALLAN & Adam, Avriters, 144 Queen street 
Allan, Alexander, ham curer, 21 King street, house 

32 St. Andrew square 
Allan, Alexander, ai Wellington Factory, Govan street 
Allan, Alexander, spirit dealer, 29 Coburg buildings 
Allan, Archibald, brush maker, 7 Prince's street 
Allan, Andrew, sheriff-officer, at Scott and Cummings 
Allan, David, hosier, 90 Candleriggs, house 10 Port- 
land street, Laurieston 
Allan, Jas. of William Allan S^ Co. house Kent road 
Allan, James, & Son, grain merchants, 18 Stockwell 
Allan, James, sen. of James Allan 8^ Son, house 15 

Bath street 
Allan, James, jun. of James Allan 8f Son, house 2 

Carlton place 
Allan, James, tailor, 8 Spoutmouth 
Allan, John, spirit dealer, 75 Old wynd 
Allan, John. jun. agent, Castlemilk place 
Allan, John, sheriff-officer, 5 Saracen lane 
Allan, John, & Co. manufacturers, 14 Garthland street 
Allan, John, wright, 87 Stockwell 
Allan, John, writer, 144 Queen st. house 35 Bath st. 
Allan, Patrick, of Richardson and Allan, house 30 

Renfield street 
Allan, R. & J. merchants, 60 Gordon street 
Allen, Robert, & Co. piano forte makers, 50 Dixon st. 
Allan, Robert, & Co. manufacturers, 103 Hutcheson st. 
Allan, Robert, of Robert Allan 8f Co. house Hillhead 
Allan, Robert, factor and accountant, 4 College street 
Allan, Robert, wright, 62 Argyll street 
Allan, T. & Co. publishers' agents, 30 St. Andrew st. 
Allan, William, spirit dealer, Horn's court 
Allan, Wm. of William Allan 8^ Co. house Kent road 
Allan, William, & Son, ham curers, 72 Candleriggs, 

house 24, Wilson street 
Allan, William, & Co. manufacturers, 43 Virginia st. 
Allan, William, draper and hosier, 55 Trongate 
Allan, Mrs. John, 5 Queen street 
Allan, Mrs. green grocer, 15 Kirk street 



ALLAN — ANDERSON. 31 

Allan, Mrs. T. furnishing shop, 58 Stockwell 
Alhin, Misses, & Co. dressmakers, 48 George's square 
ALLARDYCE, Charles, manufacturer, Margaret st. 
Alliance Fire and Life Assurance Office, 42 

Miller street. Alex. Mein, Agent 
American Consul's Office, 72 Virginia street. David 

Walker, consul 
ALLISON, Angus, master of the Royal Exchange 

News Rooms 
Allison's Royal Exchange Tavern and Coffee House, 

Royal Exchange buildings 
Allison, James, grocer, &c. Main street, Biidgeton 
Allison, Joseph, teller, Ship Bank, house Portland 

street, Laurieston. 
Allison, Mrs. beefsteak house, 139 Argyll street 
Alloa Bottle Co. J. S. Bell, agent, 57 Miller street 
Alloa Glass Warehouse, 28, Wilson street 
ALMOND, Rev. Geo. of St. Mary's Episcopal Chapel, 

house Garnethill 
ALSTON, George, merchant, 118 West St. Vincent 

street. Letters left at Campbell, Rivers & Co.'s 
Alston, Henry, writer, 19, South Hanover street 
Alston, James, poulterer, 55 Prince's street 
Alston, James W. & Co. merchants, N. Albion court 
Alston, James W. of James TV. Alston S^ Co, house 5 

Blythswood square. 
Alston, John, shoemaker, 50 Bell street, Calton 
Alston, John, & Son, manufacturers, 55 Glassford st. 
Alston, John, of John Alston Sf Son, house Rosemount, 

Garngadhill 
Alston, Mather & Co. merchants and general coip- 

mission agents, 26 Glassford st. and 39 Hutcheson st. 
Alston, R. D. insurance broker, 126 Queen street 
ANDERSON, A. flesher, 72 Main street, Gorbals 
Anderson, A. beadle and coal agent, Wellington street 
Anderson, Alex, of George Anderson 8^ Co. Hill street 
Anderson, Alexander, baker, 37 Saltmarket 
Anderson, Alexander, engineer, Glasgow Water Works, 

house John street, Greenhead 
Anderson, Dr. A. D. 159, Blythswood place 



32 ANDERSON. 

Anderson, Andrew, spirit dealer, 84 Glassford street 
Anderson, Daniel, shoe shop, 34 Saltmarket 
Anderson, Dr. David, surgeon, 23 Maxwell street, 

house 285 Argyll street 
Anderson, George, baker, 186, Argyll street 
Anderson, George, merchant, 20 College street 
Anderson, George, & Co. colour makers, ivory black, 

charcoal and grain mills. Hill street 
Anderson and Gardners, damask weavers, 29 Dean st. 
Anderson and Haldane, corn factors, 19 Trongate 
Anderson, H. painter, 282 Argyll street 
Andersonian Institution Rooms, 220 George street 
Anderson, James, slater, 112 Galiowgate 
Anderson, James, & Co. warehousemen, 25 Queen st. 
Anderson, James, stone engraver, 415 Galiowgate 
Anderson, James A. manager, Glasgow Union Bank, 

house Garnethill 
Anderson, James O. merchant, house 28 Jamaica street 
Anderson, James, sen. baker, 240 High street 
Anderson, James, jun. baker, 151 High street 
Anderson, James, china and stoneware merchant, 80 

King street, and 31, Candleriggs 
Anderson, J. B. perfumer, &c. 121 Ingram street 
Anderson, James, of William Snell 8^ Co. house 

Morris place, Monteith row 
Anderson, John, ofA?iderso7i 4^ Haldane, 31 York st. 
Anderson, John, surgeon, 367 Argyll street 
Anderson, John, flesher, 15 Stobcross street 
Anderson, John, surgeon, 86 Prince's street, house 30 

King street 
Anderson, John, teacher, 9 New street, Calton 
Anderson, John, grocer, 104 Main street, Gorbals 
Anderson, John, jun. draper, 41 Trongate 
Anderson, John, & Co. merchants, 21 Glassford street 
Anderson, John, of John Anderson 4^ Cb. house 212 

Blythswood hill 
Anderson, John, victualler, 40 Stockwell 
Anderson, John, boot and shoe maker, 379 Argyll st. 
Anderson, John, & Co. warehousemen, 27 Queen st. 
Anderson, John, toy shop, 31 Main street, Anderston 



ANDERSON. 33 

Anderson, John, manufacturer, North Albion Court, 

house 44 Taylor street 
Anderson, John, vintner, 187 Trongate 
Anderson, John, merchant, 12 South Hanover street 
Anderson & Laurie, manufacturers, 30 So. Hanover st. 
Anderson, Matthew, surgeon, 69 King street, Calton 
Anderson, Matthew, baker, 65 King street 
Anderson, Matthew, jun. baker, 60 King street, ho. 62 
Anderson, Peter, slate yard, 156 Broomielaw 
Anderson, Robert, grocer, 16 Shuttle street 
Anderson, Robert, bootmaker, 8 Thistle street 
Anderson, Robert, writer, 73 Hutcheson street 
Anderson, Robert, baker, 15 Stockwell 
Anderson, Robert, hair dresser, 7 East Nile street 
Anderson, Robert, reed maker, 40 Candleriggs 
Anderson, Samuel, slater, house 7 Park's place. Stock- 
well, slate yard 74 Broomielaw 
Anderson, Scott & Co. plumbers, 13 Great Clyde st. 
Anderson, Thomas, 57 Ingram street 
Anderson, Thomas, bowling-green keeper and spirit 

dealer, 335 Gallowgate 
Anderson, Thomas, & Son, wine and spirit merchants, 

77 Stockwell, house 140 
Anderson, W. G. merchant, 66 Miller street 
Anderson, W. lamp wick manufacturer, 25 Kent st. 
Anderson, William, grocer, 14 Kirk street 
Anderson, William, spirit dealer, 69 Old wynd. 
Anderson, William, minister of John Street Relief 

Chapel, 28 Portland street, Laurieston 
Anderson, William, spirit dealer, 114 King street 
Anderson, William, & Co. manufact. 16 Canon st. .'' 
Anderson, William, flesher, 4 Main street, Anderston 
Anderson & Son, clothiers, 27 Buchanan street 
Anderson, William, sen. of Anderson Sf Son, house 32 

Brandon place 
Anderson, William, jun. of Anderson S^ Son, house 27 

Buchanan street 
Anderson, Mrs. lodgings, 92 West Regent street 
Anderson, Mrs. John street, Bridgeton 
Anderson, Miss E. dress maker, 119 Gallowgate 



34i ANDERSTON — ARMOUR. 



Anderston Police Office, 6 Warocli street 

Anderston Bottle Work, Lancefield 

Anderston Foundry and Machine Works, Cheapside st. 

Anderston Union Mortcloth Society, 37 Main street 

Anderston Library, 136 Main street 

Anderston and Brownfield Mortcloth Ofl&ce, 34 

Bishop street 
ANDREW, Dr. John, 349 Argyle street 
Andrew, John, hair dresser, 97 King street, Tradeston 
Andrew, R. Irish provision store keeper, Wood lane 
Andrew, William, victualler, 22 Centre street 
Andrew, William, spirit dealer, 9 Wood lane 
ANGUS, Alex, surgeon, 38 North Frederick street 
Angus, J. grocer and upholsterer, 62 Stockwell 
Angus, John, house, sign, and ornamental painter, 4 

Croy place, house 56 Howard street 
Angus, John, 62 Brunswick street, house 15 Bath st. 
Angus, R. ofEwing, May 8^ Co, house, 15 Bath street 
Angus, William, painter, 17 Bridge street 
Angus, William, & Co, cotton yarn merchants, Vir- 
ginia buildings, house 131 Hope street 
Angus, William, teacher of English, 130 Ingram st. 

house 108 North Douglas street 
Angus, Mrs. James, grocer, &c. 100 Rottenrow 
Angus, Mrs. furnishing shop, 93 Renfield street 
Angus, Mrs. spirit dealer, Stockwell 
Annfield School, 557 Gallowgate 
Annuity Hall, Pratt's court, 109 Argyll street 
ARBUCKLE, James, 31 Greeme street 
Arbuckle, William, cork cutter, 46 Stockwell 
ARCHIBALD, Alex, grocer, 82 M^Alpine street 
Archibald, James, shoemaker, 8 M' Alpine street 
Archibald, J. wright, 17 High street 
Archibald, R. & R. Clyde corn and flour mills. Com- 
mercial road 
ARGYLL Arcade, 100 Argyll st. & 32 Buchanan st. 
Argyll Masonic Lodge, John Douglas, writer, master, 

73 Hutcheson street 
Argyll Market, foot of Mitchell street 
ARMOUR, David, tailor, 41 Bishop street 



ARMOUR — ATLAS. 35 

I Armour, James, victualler, 61 Clyde st. Anderston 
Armour, James, surgeon, 62 George street 
Armour, John, sen. tailor, 39 Stockwell 
Armour, Robert, & Co. straw hat and lace warehouse, 

124 Trongate, ho. Violet Grove, N. Woodside road 
Armour, William, tailor and clothier, 169 Trongate 
ARMSTRONG, Archd. silversmith, 32 Dunlop street 
Armstrong, Rev. David, house Govanhaugh. 
Armstrong, J. agent, 124 Brunswick street 
Armstrong, M. carpet shoemaker, 28 Saltraarket 
Armstrong, William, leather merchant, 76 Nelson st. 

house 1 M'Farlane street 
ARNOTT, Alexander, general agent, 5 Melville pi. 
Arnot, David, maltster and spirit dealer, 3 Buchan st. 
Arnot, Peter, maltster and spirit dealer, 5 Buchan st. 
Arnot, Thomas, house and sign painter, 3 and 3 Gor- 
don street, and 109 Buchanan st. ho. 230 Argyll st. 
ARROL, Mrs. spirit dealer, 111 Cowcaddens 
ARROT, Colin, 125 Stirling's road 
ARTHUR, Alex. «^ William Torrance s, 25 Trongate 
Arthur & Co. at Tiirnhull S^ Co's. 
Arthur, John, grocer, 97 Rottenrow 
Arthurs, Milne & Co. cabinet makers, 27 Green 

street, Calton 
Arthur, Thomas, baker, 73 Crown street 
Arthur, Wm. at Peebles Sf Thomson, ho. 45 Taylor st. 
j Arthur, Mrs. furniture dealer, 20 Bridgegate 
Assembly Rooms, 110 Ingram street. 
Asylum Foreign and Domestic Life Assurance 

Office, Virginia buildings 
Asylum for the Blind, Castle street, Townhead.* 

Matthew Semple and Miss Stobo, teachers 
ATKINSON & Co. booksellers and stationers, 80 

Trongate 
Atkinson, Thos. jun. of Atkinson <^ Co, ho. 11 Miller st. 
Atkinson, Thomas, Buck's Head Hotel, 61 Argyll st. 
Atkinson, Thomas, flesher, 3 beef market. King street, 

house 5 St. Andrew's square 
Atlas Assurance Office, Virginia buildings. W. 

Carrick, agent 



36 AUCHIE — BAIN. 



AUCHIE, James, me-xchant, house 4 Brandon place 
Aucbie, John, merchant, house 4 Brandon place 
AUCHINCLOSS, William, hatter, 129 Trongate 
Auchincloss, Dr. William, surgeon, 97 George street 
AUCOT, Thomas, furnishing shop, 155 Gallowgate 
AULD, George, hosier, 36 St. Andrew street 
Auld, Henry Alexander, brass founder, 34 and 36 

Queen street 
Auld, Hugh, sen. ironmonger, 142 Gallowgate. 
Auld, Hugh, jun. ironmonger, 10 London street 
Auld, John, teacher, St. John's School, Annfield 
Auld, Patrick, coppersmith, pewterer, tin plate worker 

and brass founder, 34 and 36 Queen street 
Auld, Patrick C. coppersmith, &e. 34 & 36 Queen st. 
Auld, William, hair dresser, 414 Argyll street 
Auld, William, snuff manufacturer, 32 Sidney street 
Auld, Helen, grocer, Port-Dundas 
AUSTIN and M'Auslin, nursery and seedsmen, 168 

Trongate, nursery PoUokshaws road 
Austin, William, Scots Times office. 
Austin, Mrs. grocer, 52 Main street, Calton 
AVERY, Geo. fish hook manufacturer, 1 Guildry ct* 
Avery, Robert, Bristol Tavern, Melville place 
AYTON, J. hair cutter and perfumer, 49 George st. 

B 
BABES, R. stoneware dealer, 20 Jail square 
BADHAM, Dr. Professor of the Theory and Practice 

of Physic, College 
BAIN, Alexander, baker, 4 Well street, Calton 
Bain, Farquhar, sheriff-officer, 66 Miller street 
Bain, George, victualler, 38 Bell street 
Bain, George, victualler, 6 Little Dovehill 
Bain, Hugh, baker, 103 Cowcaddens 
Bain, James, shoemaker. Upper Renfield street 
Bain, John, shoemaker, 21 Duke street 
Bain, John, baker and spirit dealer, 17 Stevenson st. 
Bain, John, & Co. grocers and commission paper 

warehouse, 101 Argyll street 
Bain, John, victualler, 32, Main street, Gorbals 



BAIN BAIRD. 37 

Bain, John, mail coach office, 64 Trongate, house 5 

Richmond street 
Bain, Quintin, victualler, 39 High street 
Bain, Robert, reed maker, 167 High street 
Bain, Robert, grocer, 44 Whitevale 
Bain, Robert, spirit dealer, 30 Stevenson street 
Bain, Thomas, of the Lancefield Spinning Co. house 

Upper Renfield street 
Bain, William, baker, 121, Argyll street 
Bain William, wine and spirit merchant, 57 Argyll st. 
Bain, Mrs. David, grocer and spirit dealer, 27 Clyde pi. 
Bain, Mrs. James, spirit dealer, 58 Candleriggs and 

34 Trongate 
Bain, Miss, furnishing shop, 234 Argyle street 
BAYNE, Alexander, Subdean mill, Ladywell 
Bayne, James, tavern, 78 Clyde street, Anderston 
Bayne, James, music teacher, 209 High street 
Bayne, William, dyer, 38 Commerce street 
BAIRD, Alex. jun. of Wm.BairdSf Co. ho.Barony pi. 
Baird, Alexander, boot and shoe maker, 13 Crown st. 
Baird, Andrew, cabinet maker, 81 Buchanan street 
Baird, Anthony, factor, 20 Buchanan street, lodgings 

10 Jamaica street 
Baird & Brown, timber merchants, Port-Dundas 
Baird, Charles R. writer, 47 Queen street 
Baird, F. & Co. wine and spirit merchants, 15 Steam 

Boat Quay 
Baird, George, tobacconist, 5 Miller street 
Baird, H. & R. engineers and founders, Old Basin 
Baird, Hugh, & Co. brewers. Old Basin 
Baird, James, baker, 17 Norfolk street 
Baird, James, at Lilhurn Sf Moirs, ho. 25 Robertson st, 
Baird, John, architect, 5 Buchanan street 
Baird, John, wright, 9 Abercromby street 
Baird, John, grocer, 64 Gordon street 
Baird, John, officer of excise, Dalmarnock road 
Baird, John, grocer, &c. 46 North Frederick street 
Baird, John, victualler, &c. 56 King street, Calton 
Baird, Robert, writer, 182 Trongate, ho. Barony pi. 
Baird, Robert, agent, 56 Bell street 

D 



38 BAIRD — BALLANTINE. 

Baird, Robert, architect, 8 Eglinton street 

Baird, Robert, Bellfield, Old Basin 

Baird, T. & Sons, turkey red dyers, 32 Ingram street, 

works Greenbank, PoUokshaws 
Baird, Thomas, victualler, 2 Kirk street, Calton 
Baird, William, grain merchant, Melville place, house 

1 James street, Greenhead 
Baird, William, & Co. Gartsherry iron and coal office, 

182 Trongate and Monkland Canal Basin 
Baird, William, spirit cellars, 74 Maxwell street 
Baird, Mrs. cork manufacturer, 88 Argyll street, house 

44 Maxwell street 
Baird, Mrs. Dr. 6 North Wellington place 
Baird, E. milliner, &c. 10 Wellington street 
BAKER, John, wright, 62 Old venal 
BALBIRNIE, George, dyer, 5 Stockwell, house 48 
Balbirnie, R. A. silk, woollen and cotton dyer, 46 

Queen street and St. Enoch's square 
Balbirnie, R. M. silk dyer, 146 Stockwell 
BALD, Adam, of Peter Bald 8^ Son, house Garnethill 
Bald, Peter, of Peter Bald Sf Son, house Garnethill 
Bald, Peter, & Son, drysalters, 132 Trongate 
BALDERSTON, A. at James Croil 8^ Co.'s house 

39 Norfolk street 
Balderston, D. jun, 19 Crown street 
Balderston, James, baker, 83 High street 
Balderston & Kelly, 23 Virginia street 
Balderston, William, furnishing and small ware shop, 

30 Candleriggs 
BALE, William, jeweller, 113 King street 
BALFOUR, David, hosier, 133 Trongate 
Balfour, John, musician, 49 Trongate 
Balfour & M'Callum, iron founders, 72 New wynd 
Balfour, William, merchant, 63 Virginia street, house 

Canning place, Stirling's road 
BALLANTINE, Alexander, boot and shoe maker 

and leather cutter, 134 High street 
Ballantine, John, sheriff-officer,Ferguson'sland,Frank- 

lin street, Bridgeton 
Ballantine, John, dairyman, Green street 



BALLANTINE BANNERMAN. 39 

Ballantine, John, merchant, house 58 Charlotte street 
Ballantyne, John, spirit dealer, 222 High street 
Ballantine, Thomas, gardener. Green market 
BALLENDALLOCH Co. at James Finlay 8^ Co.'s. 
BALLINGALL, Andrew, writer, 126, Queen street 
Ballingall, G. W, at Stewart, Pott Sf Co.'s. 
BALMANNO, Dr. John, 37, St. Vincent place 
BANKHEAD & McLaren, writers, 24 Stockwell 
Bankhead, Wm. ofBankhead Sf M'Laren, ho.Crownst. 
Bankhead, Mrs. ladies' school, 30 North Hanover st. 
BANCKS, C. J. ironmonger, 17 & 19 Stockwell place 
Bank, James, plasterer, 113 Carrick street 
BANKIER, John, at Dennistoun, Buchanan ^ Co.'s, 
Bankier, William, of lire S^ Bankier, house Provanside 
Bank op Scotland, 80 Ingram street, Robert Aitken, 

cashier and agent 
BANNATYNE, Alex, merchant, 15 Turner's court 
Bannatyne, A. & D. J. writers, 43 Virginia street 
Bannatyne, Andrew, of A. 8^ D. J. Bannatyne, house 

14 Abercromby place 
Bannatyne, Chas. teacher, St. John's School, Annfield 
Bannatyne, Dugald J. of A. 8^ D. J. Bannatyne, house 

6 Carlton place 
Bannatyne, D. of Bannatyne, Moir 8^ Co, house 142 

George street 
Bannatyne, Dugald, of Birkenshaw, post-master, house 

6 Carlton place 
Bannatyne, James, & Co. grocers and fruiterers, 46 

and 47 Argyll Arcade 
Bannatyne, J. of R. Kinnear 8^ Co. ho. 132 Regent st. 
Bannatyne, Moir & Co. manufacturers, 69 Ingram st. 
Bannatyne & M'Kenzie, North British Insurance 

Office, 69 Ingram street 
Bannatyne, N. mercht. 60 Jamaica st. ho. 25 York st. 
Bannatyne, R. grocer and spirit dealer, 123 Stockwell 
Bannatyne, Samuel, 82 Maxwell street 
Bannatyne, William, grocer, Main street, Bridgeton 
Bannatyne, Mrs. grocer, &c. 14 Broomielaw 
Bannatyne, Mrs. John, 142 George street 
BANNERMAN & Dixon, manufactur. 25 Cochran st. 



40 BANNERMAN — BARR. 

Bannerman, John, & Sons, trunk makers, 31 Nelson 

street, works Smith's court 
Bannerman, J. baker, &c. east end of Duke street 
Bannerman, William, of JBannerman 8^ Dixon, house 

Ewing place, 357 Argyll street 
BARBOUR, Mrs. S. furnishing shop, 5 Crown street 
BARCLAY, James, soap and candle manufacturer, 

14 and 16 Glassford street, house 63 Stockwell 
Barclay, John, at Barclay 8^ Skirving's, house 405 

Argyll street 
Barclay, John, jun. merchant, 6 Antigua place 
Barclay, John, pye and porter house, 85 Trongate 

and 47 High street 
Barclay & M'Lardy, tailors and clothiers, 7 Queen st. 
Barclay, Robert, & Co. ship carpenters, at the Slip 

Docks, boat yard and smithy 36 M'Alpin street 
Barclay, R. ship carpenter, house 12 Steam Boat Quay 
Barclay, Robert, dairyman, 17 Nelson st. Tradeston 
Barclay & Skirving, auctioneers, 164 Trongate 
Barclay, Thos. of Barclay 8^ Skirving, ho. 42Dunlop st. 
BARLAS, Alexander, writer, 5 South Hanover street, 

house 104 High Montrose street 
Barlas, George, merchant, 90 Hutcheson street 
Barles, George, grocer, &c. 83 Main street, Gorbals 
Barlas, James, & Co. grocers, wine, spirit, porter and 

ale cellars, 103 Buchanan street 
Barlas, John, surgeon, 30 Argyll Arcade, house 27 

Union street 
BARLAND, Andrew, of Andreiv Miller 8^ Co. house 

118 George street 
BARNHILL, James, & Co. tanners, 51 Spoutmouth, 

and 90 Old venal 
Barnhill, Mrs. James, house 72 Robertson street 
BARON, G. dyer, 14 Duke street 
Barony Parish Session Clerk's Office, 107 Bu- 
chanan street. David M'Brayne, clerk 
BARR & Buchanan, grocers, 150 and 152 High street 
Barr, James, vintner, &c. 1 Great Hamilton street 
Barr, James, piano forte tuner, Manhattan buildings 
Barr, James, turnez*, John street, Bridgeton 



BARR — BARTON. 41 



Barr, John, tinsmith, Main street, Bridgeton 
Barr, John, manufacturer, 27 Wilson street 
Barr, John, at James Finlay &; Co's house 155 Ar- 
gyll street 
Barr, Rev. John, house 12 Monteith row 
Barr, M. shoemaker, Dalmarnock road 
Barr, Peter, manufacturer, 51 South Albion street 
Barr, Robert, grocer, 39 Nelson street, Tradeston 
Barr, Robert, wine and spirit cellars, 50 Stevenson st. 
Barr, Robert, writer, 20 Buchanan street 
Barr & Stewart, writers, 20 Buchanan street 
Barr, William, tailor, 100 Broomielaw, house above 
Barr, William, of Cmvan 8^ Barr, ho. 17 Nicholson st. 
Barr, Mrs. 30 St. Andrew square 
Barr, Mrs. Robert, grocer, 77 Main street, Gorbals 
Barr, Miss, 157 High street 

BARRIE, Alexander, slater, Main street, Bridgeton 
Barrie, David, hair dresser, 44 Miller place 
Barrie, Edward, grocer, &c. 6 Rottenrow 
Barrie, Robert, & Co. slaters, John street, Bridgeton 
Barry, Robert, hair dresser, 26 Shuttle street 
Barrie, Thomas, flesher. Main street, Bridgeton 
BARROWFIELD Weaving Company, Broad street, 

at W. Mather S^ Cos. 120 Brunswick street 
Barrowfield Medical Hall, 92 Canning street 
BARSOTTI & Magenti, figure makers, 64 Nelson st. 
BARTHOLOMEW, John, & Co. merchants, 18 

Brunswick lane, spinning works Cumberland street, 

weaving works Canning street 
Bartholomew, J. of J.Bartholomew 8^ Co. ho. Morris pi. 
Bartholomew, Robert, of J. Bartholomew Sf Co. house 

16 Brandon place 
Bartholomew, Thomas, of J. Bartholomew Sf Co. house 

16 Brandon place 
Bartholomew, William, baker, 14 Adelphi street 
BARTON, Benjamin, of Henderson and Barton, house 

4 Dunlop street 
Barton, Ben. perfumer, 1 and 3 Glassford street, house 

Rope work entry 
Barton, David, watch dial maker, 109 Trongate 
d2 



42 BARTON — BELL. 

Barton, John, at William Kelly (^' Cos. 

BAXTER, Archibald, spirit dealer, 25 Carrick street 

Baxter, Gilbert, plumber, 48 Stockwell street, and 22 

Jackson street, house 12 Ropework entry 
Baxter, Isaac, Italian warehouse, 1, 2 & 4 Candleriggs, 

house 138 North Montrose street 
Baxter, John, shoemaker, 23 Carrick street 
BAYLES, William, fish hook maker, 1 New wynd 
BEATON, Archibald, grocer, 254 Argyll street 
Beaton, Duncan, vintner, 36 Spoutmouth 
Beaton, John, spirit dealer, 26 Broomielaw 
Beaton, John, grocer & spirit dealer, 10 Clyde place 
Beaton, John, & Co. leather merchants, 76 Gallowgate 
BEATIE, Rev. A. O. house Garnethill 
BECK, Dr. Henry, Pratt's court, 109 Argyll street 
Beck, John, victualler, 119 Union street 
BEECH, John, engraver, 13 Argyll street 
Beef Market, 83 King street 
BEGERNEY, Warrender, house 87 Stockwell 
BEGG, Archibald, cabinet maker, 68 Maxwell street 
Begg, James, tobacconist, 403 Gallowgate 
Begg, James, at S. Miller S^ Cos. house 12 Moore st. 
Beggs, John, shoemaker, 167 George street 
Begg, Josiah, tea dealer, 100 Green street, Calton 
Beggs, Thomas, watchmaker, 145 Trongate 
Begg, Mrs. William, lodgings, 74 Argyll street 
BELLEIBY, London mail guard, at Nisbefs, 

Laigh Kirk close 
Beilbie, Mrs. beefsteak shop, 31 George street 
BEITH, Archd. boot and shoemaker, 47 Stockwell 
Beith, James, umbrella maker, 65 Candleriggs and 5 

Wilson street, house 79 Bell street 
Beith, Matliew, clothier, 22 Argyll street 
BELL, Allan, & Co. spirit, tea and yeast agents, 30 

St. Andrew's street 
Bell and Bain, printers, 55 Bell street 
Bell & Co. agents, 22 Argyll street 
Bell's Circulating Library, 2 North street 
Bell, Daniel, shoe shop, 153 Argyll street 
Bell, D. pullicate & gingham manufact. 74 Buchanan st. 



BELL BENNIE. 43 



Bell, David, bellows maker, 1 1 Spoutmouth 

Bell, Edward, fleslier, 250 George street 

Bell, Frederick A. 105 North Douglas street 

Bell, Isaac, brass founder, 1 1 Spoutmouth 

Bell, James, baker, 39 Adelphi street 

Bell, James, & Co. victuallers, 216 High street 

Bell, James S. commission merchant, 57 Miller street, 

house 3 Bath street 
Bell, John, commission merchant, 60 Union street, 

house 245 Blythswood hill, west 
Bell, John, spirit dealer, 47 Coburg lane 
Bell, John, flesher, ) 78, Argyll street 
Bell, John, teacher, 24 Hospital street 
Bell, Primrose, Glasgow Bottle Work Co.'s 69 Great 

Clyde street 
Bell, R. accountant, Royal Bank, ho. St. George's road 
Bell, Stuart, Avriter, Royal Exchange, house 21 Rich- 
mond street 
Bell, Thomas, spirit dealer, 21 Dempster street 
Bell, Thomas, cabinet maker, 5 M'Farlane street 
Bell, Mrs. grocer, 36 George street 
Bell, Mrs. grocer, 7 Green Market entry 
Bell, Mrs. midwife, 172 High street 
Bell Street Market, 66 Bell street 
BELSH, John, spirit cellar, 32 Stobcross street 
BENTLEY, William, sen. & Co. cotton brokers, 81 

Brunswick street 
Bentley, William, sen. of William Bentley, sen. 8f Co. 

house Blythswood square 
Bentley, William, jun. at William Bentley, sen. 8^ Cos. 
BENNETT& Browne, insurance brokers, 126 Queen st. 
Bennett, James, cabinet maker, 7 Campbell street 
Bennet, Laurence, victualler, 34 High street 
Bennett & Smith, plumbers, 140 Stockwell 
Bennett, William, of Bennett 8^ Browne, ho. 2 Moore pi. 
Bennet, William, agent for Robert M'Fie & Son, 

sugar refiners, Greenock, 27 Virginia street 
Bennet, William, Free Press o'ffice, 161 Trongate, ho. 

Greenhead 
BENNIE, Gabriel, measurer, Main street, Bridgeton 



BENNIE BISHOP. 



Bennie, George, joiner, Warwick street, house 35 

Portland street, Laurieston 
Bennie & Gilfillan, writers. Old Post Office court 
Bennie, James, beadle, St. James* Church, house Great 

Hamilton street 
Bennie, J. of Bennie Sf Giljillan, ho. 42 Cavendish street 
Bennie, John, joiner & timber merchant, Greenhill st. 
Bennie, John, shoe shop, 13 Trongate 
Bennie, Thomas, builder, house 7 Somerville place 
Bennie, William, wine and spirit dealer, 3 Croy place 
Bennie, William, wright and builder, 25 Bobertson st. 
BERRIE, James, muslin warehouse, 16 Montrose st. 
Berry, John, merchant, of C. Girdwood 8^ Co. house 

Moore place. West George street 
BEVERIDGE, James, 53 Wilson street 
Beveridge, Mrs. grocer, &c. Reid street 
BE WLEY, Thomson & Co. manufacturers, 9 Cochran 

street, and 13 Montrose street 
Bewley, Thomas H. of Bewley, Thomson 8^ Co. house 

33 North Hanover street 
BIGGERT, R. spirit dealer, 4 Miller place 
Billet-Master's Office, 1 Charlotte lane. Thomas 

Sweet, billet master 
BILSLAND, A. japanner. College open. High street 
Bilsland, James, dyer. Muslin street 
Bilsland, James, spirit dealer, 26 Kirk street, Calton. 
Bilsland, William, bookseller, 183 High street 
BINKS& Wright, wholesale tea dealers, 97 Candleriggs 
BINNING, John, malt liquor store, 51 Virginia st. 
BIRCELAND, Michael, stoneware merchant, 85 Main 

street, Gorbals 
BIRKMYRE, Henry, manufacturer, Brunswick court 
Birkmyre, John, manufacturer, 120 Brunswick street 
Birkmyre, Mrs. spirit dealer, 37 Alston street 
BIRKS, Joseph, china and earthenware dealer, 26 

London street 
BIRREL, Alexander, and Son, leather merchants, 51 

Prince's street 
Birrel, James, leather cutter, 20 Prince's street 
BISHOP, Joseph, saw maker, 8 King st. Tradeston 



BISHOP — BLACK. 45 



Bishop, Miss B. dress maker, 8 King st. Tradeston 
BISKET, Miss, milliner, 44 Bell street 
BISLAND, James, at J. C. Douglas 
Bisland, John, spirit dealer, 417 Argyll street 
BISSET, Alexander, sheriff-officer, 139 Saltmarket 
Bisset, David, fruiterer, 59 Bridge street 
Bisset, James, jun. at John Agnew S^ Go's. 
Bisset, Roderick, beadle, 18 Buchan street 
BLACK, Alexander, grocer, 92 Rottenrow 
Black, Alex, and Jas. warehousemen, 4 Argyll street 
Black, Archibald, tailor, 55 M' Alpine street 
Black, Archibald, leather merchant, 157 Trongate, 

house 47 Portland street, Laurieston 
Black, Archibald, grocer, 81 George street 
Black Bull Inn, 12 Argyll street 
Black Bull Inn Livery Stables, 6 Virginia street 
Black, David, woollen draper, 28 Gallowgate, house 

1 Monteith row 
Black, Duncan, vintner, 106 High street 
Black, Duncan, weavers' office, 63 Kirk street, Calton 
Black & Falconer, manufacturers, 62 Queen street 
Black, James, baker, 38 Kirk st. Calton, house above 
Black, James, tailor, 51 Gallowgate 
Black, James, merchant, of John Black 8^ Co. house 

Montague place 
Black, James, & Co. manufacturers, 114 Candleriggs 
Black, James, merchant, of John Black 8f Co. house 

17 Blythswood square 
Black, James, spirit dealer, 144 Broomielaw, and 5 

Anderston quay 
Black, Jas. sen. ofJ.SfJ. Black, ho. 17 Monteith row 
Black, James, jun. ofJ.S^J. Black, house 28 York st. 
Black, J. & J. manufacturers, 109 Candleriggs 
Black, James, tailor. Tailors' House of Call, 10 King st. 
Black, James, ale, porter and ginger beer dealer, 23 

South Frederick street 
Black, Dr. James, 1 Union street 
Black, John, & Co. calico printers, 109 Candleriggs 
Black, John, manufacturer, Commercial court, Candle- 
riggs, house Ure place, Montrose street 



46 BLACK BLAIKIE. 

Black, John, spirit dealer, 12 M' Alpine street 
Black, J. hardware merchant, 86 Main st. Anderston 
Black, John, grocer, 135 Ingram street 
Black, John, surgeon, 246 Gallowgate, house 223 
Black, John & Philip, Woodside weaving factory, 

warehouse 79 Miller street 
Black, John, ofJ.S^P. Black, house Woodside 
Black, John, noddy hirer, 6 South Hanover street 
Black, Philip, of J, 8^ P. Black, house 2 Albany place 
Black, P. spirit dealer, 104 Saltmarket 
Black, Patrick, merchant tailor, 114 Saltmarket 
Black, P. A.& M. Whytlaw, drysalters, 155 Ingram st. 
Black, P. A. of Black 8^ Whytlaw, house 21 Rose st. 

Garnethill 
Black, Roht. of Black 8^ Wingate, ho. 62 George sq. 
Black, Robert, architect, 52 Argyll street 
Black, Robert, baker, 7 Adelphi street 
Black, Thomas, grocer and spirit dealer, 3 Oxford st. 
Black, confectioner, 67 Prince's street 
Black & Wingate, manufacturers, 114 Candleriggs 
Black, William, & Co. coal merchants, Horn's court 
Black, William, & Co. manufacturers, 1 14 Candleriggs 
Black, William, baker, Nelson street, Tradeston 
Black, Rev. William, Barony place 
Black, William, cheese dealer, 8 Bazar 
Black, William, tailor, 56 Trongate 
Black, Mrs. 2 Albany place 
Black, Mrs. silk dyer, 11 Carrick street 
Black, Mrs. James, cheese dealer, 6 Bazar 
Black, Misses, 235 George street 
Black, Miss, lodgings, 78 Stockwell 
BLACKBURN, David, of Blackburn 8^ Whyte, house 

93 West Bath street 
Blackburn & Whyte, manufacturers, 48 Nelson street 
Blackburn, Miss, house 28 St. Enoch square 
BLACKIE, Alexander, grocer, &c. 226 Gallowgate 
Blackie, Alexander, tailor. Bain's place 
Blackie & Son, publishers, 8 East Clyde street 
Blackie, John, of Blackie 8^ Son, ho. 18 Monteithrow 
BLAIKIE, Francis, & Sons, merchants, 62 Queen st. 



BLAIKIE BLANTYRE. 47 

Blaikie, John, gun maker, 38 Stockwell 

Blaikie, Robert, agent for Norwich Union Fire and 

Life Office, 62 Queen street 
BLACKSHAW, James, hair dresser and coal agent, 

John street, Bridgeton 
BLACKWOOD, Edward, pattern drawer and print 

cutter, 29 north back St. Andrew square 
Blackwood, George, bill poster, 72 Nelson street 
Blackwood, Walter, flax dresser, 5 1 High street 
BLAIR, Andrew, painter, 85 Miller street 
Blair, David, tailor, Main street, Bridgeton 
Blair, D. clerk to the commissioners of assessed taxes, 

62 Argyll Arcade 
Blair, Horatius, writer, 20 Brunswick place, house 41 

Howard street 
Blair, James, surgeon, 7 George street 
Blair, James, spirit dealer, 50 Clyde street, Anderston 
Blair, John, small ware merchant, 187 Argyll street 
Blair & Co. calenderers, 93 High street, and 72 Nelson 

street, house 83 High street 
Blair, Robert, spirit dealer, 32 Dempster street 
Blair, W. D. wine merchant, Morrison's court, house 

Greenbank, Go van road 
Blair, W. D. depute collector, city cess office, 62 

Argyll Arcade 
Blair, Mrs. milliner, 56 Bell street 
Blair, Mrs. Archibald, Adam's court, Argyll street 
Blair, Mrs. John, spirit dealer, 60 New wynd 
Blair, Mrs. W. gingerbread baker, 50 Stockwell 
Blair, Mrs. dress and stay maker, 68 George street 
Blair, Miss E. dress maker, 264 Argyll street 
Blair, Miss E. furnishing shop, 9 Argyll street 
Blair, Misses, boys' dress makers, 8 Eglinton street 
Blair, Janet, eating house, 259 Argyll street 
BLAND, James, ai Forrester, Ferguson 8^ Wilson's^ 

house 46 Portland street, Laurieston 
Bland, Robert, 4 Adelphi place 
Bland, Miss E. 4 Adelphi place 

BLANTYRE Yarn Warehouse, 11 George square, 
and 132 Queen street 



48 BLYTH — BOLTON. 

BLYTH, James, jun. shoe shop, 199 Argyll street 
Blyth, John, museum tavern, 30 East Clyde street 
Blyth, Thomas, & Co. shoe warehouse, 44 Argyll street 
BO AG, David, spirit dealer, 16 Marshall lane 
Boag, James, cloth merchant, 108 Queen street, and 

171 Ingram street, house Portland street, Laurieston 
Boag, John, hoot and shoe maker, 53 John street 
Boag, Mrs. J. grocer, 53 John street 
BOALS, John, crystal dealer, 43 Candleriggs 
BOGGIE, A. hrush and toy warehouse, 29 Trongate 
Boggie, Andw. brush manufacturer, 10 Candleriggs 
Boggie, John, engraver. Thistle street 
BOGLE, Archd. grocer, &c. Dalmarnock road 
Bogle, Archibald, jun. of Robert Bogle 8^ Co. house 

Gilmourhill 
Bogle & Douglas, general agents, 77 Glassford street 
Bogle, Ferguson & Co. yarn warehouse, 122 Ingram 

street, works Main street, Bridgeton 
Bogle & Forrester, clothiers, 33 Queen street 
Bogle, G. K. 20 Blythswood square 
Bogle, Hugh, jun. merchant, 25 Queen street, house 

36 Great Clyde street 
Bogle, Hugh, of Calderbank, at Robert Bogle 8^^ Cos. 
Bogle, James K. of M' Clelland 8f Bogle, house 20 

Blythswood square 
Bogle, James, writer, 40 Candleriggs 
Bogle, James, of Robert Bogle 8^ Co. house 37 West 

St. Vincent street 
Bogle, James, jun. of Bogle 4^ Douglas, ho. 178 Mon- 
tague place 
Bogle, John, spirit dealer. Main street, Bridgeton 
Bogle, M. 33 Queen street, ho. 20 Blythswood square 
Bogle, P. of Bogle, Ferguson 8^ Co. ho. 105 Canning st. 
Bogle, Robert, & Co. merchants, 49 Queen street 
Bogle, Wm. of Bothwellbank, at Bennie 8^ Giljillan^s 
Bogle, Mrs. Adam, house 228 Brandon place 
Bogle, Mrs. Archibald, 20 Blythswood square 
Bogle, Mrs. grocer & spirit dealer. Main st. Bridgeton 
Bogle, Mrs. William, house 21 Blythswood square 
BOLTON, William, spirit dealer, 180 Argyll street 



BONAR — -BOYD. 49 



BONAR, David, grocer, &c. 4 Egllnton street 
Bonar, John, spirit dealer, 8 North Clyde street 
Bonnar, Thomas, spirit dealer, Burnside 
BONTHRON, Alexander, smith, 31 Turner's court 
BORLAND, David, turner, 79 Stockwell 
Borland, Thomas, & Co. fire brick makers. Barrack st. 
BORROWMAN, John, writer, 11 Miller street 
BORROWS, Jeremiah, baker, 29 Saltmarket 
BORTHWICK, J. rope maker, 165 Main st. Gorbals 
BOSTON, John, engraver and printer, 190 Trongate 
Boston, Thomas, seal engraver, 190, Trongate, house 

8 Surrey street 
BOW, A. & T. bricklayers & manufacts. 52 Rose st. 
Bow, David, wine and spirit dealer, 3 Stirling street 
Bow, Ebenezer, draper, hosier & glover, 10 Gallow. 
Bow, J. & P. hosiers and glovers, 6 & 7 Argyll arcade 
Bow, Peter, hosier and draper, 13 Trongate 
Bow, Thomas, eating house, 191 Gallowgate 
Bow, Wm. currier, 66 High street, ho. Somerville pi. 
Bow, William, grocer, 22 Marlborough street 
BOWER, James, hardwareman, 58 Kirk st. Calton 
BOWES, Gavin, flesher, 2 Mutton Market, King st. 
Bowes, Miss E. flesher, 18 Mutton Market, King st. 
BOWIE, Alexander, tallow chandler, 41 Cowcaddens 
Bowie, David, brush maker, 71 Gallowgate 
Bowie, James, af James Richardson S<; Cos. 
Bowie, John, eating house, Main street, Bridgeton 
Bowie, William, smith, 28 Old venal 
BOWMAN, A. noddy setter, 14 King st. Tradeston 
Bowman, George, shoemaker, 6 South Albion street 
Bowman, James, smith, 189 and 195 High street 
Bowman, John, & Co. drapers, &c. 56 Gallowgate 
Bowman, Robert, umbrella maker, 11 King st. Calton 
Bowman, Thomas, smith, 195 High street 
Bowman, Miss E. shoe shop, 160 Trongate 
BOYD, Adam, joiner & cabinet maker, 223 George st. 
Boyd, Alexander, slater, 25 Kirk street, Gorbals 
Boyd, Alex. Calton town crier, 33 Tobago st. Calton 
Boyd, Charles, soap maker, Clyde street, Anderston 
Boyd, D. & Co. manufacturers, 17 Nelson street 

E 



50 BOYD — BRAZILIAN. 



Boyd, Hugh, cabinet maker, 21 Thistle street 

Boyd, James, baker, Cowcaddens 

Boyd, James, baker, 191 Argyll street 

Boyd, Jas. & Co. cotton yarn merchants, 36 Ingram st. 

Boyd, James, wine and spirit merchant, 42 Miller place 

Boyd, John, grocer, 25 Clyde street, Anderston 

Boyd, John, builder, Garnethill 

Boyd, John, hair dresser, 64 Stockwell 

Boyd, John, spirit dealer, 4 Old Wynd 

Boyd, John, at J. B. Grays, writer 

Boyd, M'Nab & Co. Printfield wareho. 27 Queen st. 

Boyd & Pargellis, wholesale stationers, 92 Queen st. 

Boyd, William, cabinet warehouse, 43 George square, 

works 10 Dundas street, house 8 West Georgo st. 
Boyd, William, mercantile academy, 68 Glassford st. 
Boyd, Mrs. Alexander, baker, 8 Frederick lane 
Boyd, Miss, ladies' school, 38 Oxford street 
Boyd, Miss, milliner, 31 Portland street, Laurieston 
Boyd, Miss, dress maker, 32 Dunlop street 
BOYLE, .John, flesh er, 46 Crown street 
Boyle, John, clothes broker, 22 Miller place 
Boyle, Peter, spirit dealer, 118 Old wynd 
BRAID, Alexander, three tun tavern, 37 Trongate 

and 18 Saltmarket 
Braid, Joseph, spirit dealer, 46 Adelphi street 
BRAND, Francis, at A, M'Indoe 8^ Co.'s, house 9 

Portland place, Laurieston 
Brand & Molleson, silk dyers, 76 Queen street, works, 

Port-Dundas road 
Brand, Robert, & Co. silk warehouse, 1 Ingram street 
Brand, William, of Bra9id Sf Molleson, ho. Garnethill 
BR ANN AN, James, herring dealer, 136 King street 
BRARD, A. 100 Hope street 

BRASH, James, & Co. booksellers, &c. 50 Trongate 
Brash, James, bookseller, house 257 Brandon place 
Brash, James, jun. bookseller, ho. 257 Brandon place 
Brash, John, architect, 269 Argyll street 
Brash, Rev. William, house 19 Monteith row 
Brazilian Consul's Office, 42 Miller street. Wal- 
ker Pearson, consul 



BREAKENRDIGE BROADFOOT. 51 

BREAKENRIDGE, George, baker, 297 Quarryton 
Breakenridge, John, spirit dealer, 97 Canning' street 
Breakenridge, William, spirit dealer, 18 Clj'^de place 
BREBNER, John, & Co. manufacts. 15 London st. 
Brebner, William, governor of bridewell, Duke street 
BRECHIN, Walter, surgeon, 65 Bridgegate 
BREDIE, William, starcher, Port-Dundas road 
BREMNER, Walter, joiner, 48 Blackfriar st. ho. 45 
Bremner, Mrs. lodgings, 19 Virginia street 
BREWSTER, James, hosier and glover, 56 Argyll st. 
BRIDGES, Adam, lodgings, 30 South Hanover st. 
BRIDGETON Beef Society, Main street, Bridgeton. 

James Thomson, salesman 
Bridgeton Baking Society, Main st. Bridgeton, and 8 

Well St. Calton. Robert Morrison, salesman 
Bridgeton and Glasgow, Shamrock and Thistle Lodge. 

John Kid, master. Muslin street 
Bridgeton Road Money Office. D. M'Donald, collec- 
tor. Muslin street 
Bridgeton Library, John street, Bridgeton 
Bridgeton New Baking and Victualling Society, Main 

street, Bridgeton 
Bridgeton Old Victualling and Baking Society, Main 
street. James Denholm, purchaser, Wm. M'Lumpha, 
salesman. 
Bridewell Cess Collector's Office, 28 South Albion st. 

Thomas Telfer, collector 
BRISLANE, M. tailor, 52 King street, Calton 
BRITISH Commercial Insurance Co. 29 Hutcheson 

street. James Steven, agent 
British Fire Office, and Westminster Office for In- 
surance of Lives, 157 Trongate. R. Spears, agent 
British Linen Company Bank, 71 Queen street. Wil- 
liam M' Gavin, agent 
BROAD LEY, Daniel, spirit dealer, 85 Saltraarket 
BROADFOOT, Charles, joiner, 13 King street, 

Tradeston, house 30 Adelphi street 
Broadfoot, William, grocer, &c. 23, Campbell street, 

Anderston walk 
Broadfoot, Mrs. Alexander, spirit dealer, 8 Buns wynd 



52 BROCK— BROWN. 

BROCK, Henry, at Walter Brock S^ Co's. 

Brock, Jas. at Walter Brock Sf Cos. ho. 82 George st. 

Brock, John, grocer, 46 Bridge street 

Brock, John, merchant, 82 George street 

Brock, John, mort-cloth office, 3 Kirk street, Gorhals 

Brock, Robert, fruiterer, 15 Maxwell street 

Brock, Walter, & Co. yarn warehouse, 38 Wilson st. 

Brock, William, starch manufacturer, Renfrew. Orders 

left at 72 Glassford street 
Brock, Wm. grocer and spirit dealer, 336 Argyll st. 
Brock, William, news agent, 55 Bell street 
BROCKET, Andrew, builder, 59 Union street 
Brocket, Andrew, wright and glazier, 24 York street 
BROOKS, Wm. & J. merchants, 63 Miller street 
Brooks, Wm. of Wm. 8f J. Brooks, ho. 49 Regent st. 
BR 00 KM AN, George, of Hutcheson and Brookman, 

house Villafield place 
BRODIE, Archd. carver and gilder, 98 Buchanan st. 
Brodie, D. & Co. brass founders, 28 Old wynd 
Brodie, Duncan, slater, 25 Nicholson street 
Brodie, John, manufacturer, 81 Wilson street 
Brodie, John, tavern, 27 King street 
Brodie, Rev. Robert, 10 Monteith row 
Brodie, William, & Co. manufacturers, 4 Montrose st. 
Brodie, Mrs. hive-water seller, 122 Gallowgate 
BROOM, Alexander, builder, 65 Bath street 
Broom, James, & Co. worsted and shawl warehouse, 

113 Brunswick street 
Broom, James, of James Broom 8^ Co. lodgings, 131 

Rotten row 
Broom, Wm. boot and shoemaker, 37 Bridge street 
BROOMIELAW Apothecary Hall, 112 Broomielaw i 
Broomielaw Reading Room, 3 Brown street 
Broomielaw Temperance Coffee House and Reading 

Room, 216 Broomielaw 
BROUGH, Miss A. milliner, 7 Argyll street 
BROUGHTON, Edward, weaving works, Graham 

square and Rock villa, house 26 Great Hamilton st. 
BROWN, Alexander, agent for Paisley bank, house 

58 Virginia street 



BROWN. 



5S 



Brown, Alexander, flesher, 31 Bridge street 

Brown, Alex, of Alex. Brown Sf Co. lio. 39 George sq. 

Brown, Alexander, ironmonger, 114 Argyll street, 

house 52 Maxwell street 
Brown, Alexander, & Co. weaving works. Commercial 

road. Letters left at 106 Candleriggs 
Brown, Alexander, grain merchant, 100 Union street 
Brown, Alex, teacher of languages, 4< Havannah st. 
Brown, Andw. cabinet & trunk maker, 20 Cochran st. 
Brown, Andrew, hrazier, 67 Main street, Gorbals 
Brown, Archibald, & Co. silk gauze manufacturers, 102 

Virginia place, house Castlemilk place 
Brown, Archibald, baker, 118 Buchanan street 
Brown, B. hlock maker, 10 Oswald street 
Brown, Charles teacher, 17 Portugal street 
Brown, C. ironmonger, l^Londonst.ho. 12 Nicholson st. 
Brown, Rev. Charles, 53 York street 
Brown, Christopher, merchant, 73 Hutcheson street 
Brown & Coleman, manufacturers, 43 Montrose street 
Brown & Cuthbertson, cabinet warehouse, 61 Candle- 
riggs, works 9 Warwick street 
Brown, Cornelius, & Sons, manufacturers, 60 Hutche- 
son street, house 7 George street 
Brown, David, shoemaker, 52 Orr street, Mile-end 
Brown, David, shuttle maker, 57 GalloAvgate 
Brown, D. of Russell 8^ Brown, house Castlemilk pi. 
Brown, D. vintner, 4 Brown street 
Brown, D. brush and toy warehouse, 12 Candleriggs 
Brown, David, writer, 7 Crown st. Hutchesontown 
Brown, David, tailor, QQ High street 
Brown, George, watchmaker & jeweller, 24 Nelson st. 
Brown, George, at C. Tennent 8^ Co.'s 
Brown, George, tailor, 23 Miller place 
Brown, Geo. of Caplerigg. Letters left at J. M'IntosKs. 

23 South Frederick street 
Brown, George, cabinet maker, 5 and 7 Canon street 
Brown & Harper, wine & spirit dealers, 164 Trongate 
Brown, Hugh, & Co. manufacturers, 102 Virginia pi. 
Brown, Hugh, of Hugh Brown Sx; Co. house 62 North 
Frederick street 

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54< BUOWN. 

Brown, Hugh, of Gilkison 8^ Brown, 23 Miller street 
Brown, Hugh, jun. o/* Hugh Brown ^ Co, house 122 

Wellington street 
Brown, Hugh, agent, 108 Argyll street 
Browne, James, of Bennett S) Browne, house 7 Aber- 

cromby place 
Brown, James, surgeon, 72 Stockwell, ho. Garngadhill 
Brown, James Thomas, of Wigton, Gray 4" Co, house 

16 St. Vincent place 
Brown, James, at Stiven, Blair 8f Co.'s, house 147 

High street 
Brown, James, flesher, 17 Main street, Gorbals 
Brown, James, grocer, 161 Main street, Gorbals 
Brown, James, merchant, 177 High street 
Brown, James, grocer, 28 Renfrew street 
Brown, James, last maker, 62 Old venal 
Brown, James, general broker, 49 Miller place 
Brown, James, Ship Bank, house 258 High street 
Brown, James, grocer, &c. 132 Main st. Anderston 
Brown, James, broker, 32 Bridgegate 
Brown, James, clothier, 52 Glassford street 
Brown, James, surgeon, 296 Argyll street 
Brown, John, mill wright, North street 
Brown, John, messenger, 82 Hutcheson street 
Brown, John, cabinet warehouse, 6 St. Andrew street 
Brown, John, shoe shop, 34 Prince's street 
Brown, John, writer, 6 East Nile street 
Brown, John, dairyman, 131 Gallowgate 
Brown, John, grocer, 224 High street 
Brown, John, & Sons, dyers, 139 Drygate 
Brown, John, cotton broker, Moodie's court, 31 Argyll 

street, house above 
Brown, John, cabinet maker, 48 Stockwell 
Brown, John, spirit dealer, 77 Stobcross street 
Brown, John, confectioner, 478 Gallowgate 
Brown, John, victualler, 6 Duke street 
Brown, J. of Auchlochan, at Campbell, Rivers 8^ Co,\s 
Brown, John, grocer, 81 High street 
Brown, John, at C, Tennent S^ Co.'s, St. Rollox 
Brown, J. jun. of Sharp 8^ Co. house Garngadhill 



BROWN. 55 

Brown, John, seal engraver and lapidary, 145 Trongate 
Brown, John, shoemaker, 138 Canning street 
Brown, J. vintner, Canteens, Cavalry & Infantry Barracks 
Brown, Joseph, of John Brown &^ So?is, 139 Drygate 
Brown, M. & J. nursery and seedsmen, 171 Trongate, 

nursery Keppoch hill road 
Brown, N. at H. Gordon Sy 37 Glassford street 
Brown, Peter, spirit dealer, 4 New street, Calton 
Brown, Peter, & Co. merchants, 67 Virginia street 
Brown, Peter, of P. Brown 8^ Co. house 1 Richmond st. 
Brown, Robert, merchant, 49 Dunlop street 
Brown, Robert, baker and spirit dealer, 52 High st. 
Brown, Robert, grocer and spirit dealer, 58 Crown st. 
Brown, Robert, spirit dealer, 316 Argyll street 
Brown, Robert, grocer, &c. 305 Argyll street 
Brown, Robert, ship agent, 164 Trongate 
Brown, Robert, vintner, 50 High street 
Brown, R. of Smith 8)- Brown, ho. 4 W. St. Vincent st. 
Brown, Robert, of Ellis, Brown 8^ Co. ho. 58 Regent st. 
Brown, Thomas, accountant. Holme place 
Brown, Thomas, 16 St. Vincent place 
Brown, Thomas, spirit dealer, 6 Stevenson street 
Brown, Thomas, leather merchant, 9 Russell street 
Brown, Rev. Thomas, 98 Montrose street 
Brown, Thomas, writer, 40 Brunswick place 
Brown, William, victualler, 166 Gallowgate 
Brown, William, baker, 41 Crown street 
Brown, William, writer, of Brown 8^ Reid, house 

Rose Cottage, Garngadhill 
Brown, Wra. & Wm. Reid, writers, 90 Candleriggs 
Brown, Wm. grocer and spirit dealer, 54 Crown st. 
Brown, Wm.&Co. oil and colour merchts. 24 Stockwell 
Brown, Wm. of Wm. Brown 8)- Co. ho. 9 Moore place 
Brown, William, clothier, 1 1 Buchanan street 
Brown, William, sheriff-officer, 224 Broomielaw 
Brown, William, spirit dealer, 3 Adeiphi street 
Brown, William, cooper, 15 Kirk street, Calton 
Brown, William, jun. writer, at W. G. MacKs 
Brown, James Mrs. music seller, 75 Wilson street, 

house 55 Glassford street 



56 BROWN BRUCE. 



Brown, Mrs. Agnes, grocer, 4 8t. Ninian street 
Brown, Mrs. E. baker, 98 High street 
Brown, Mrs. H. spirit dealer, 392 Argyll street 
Brown, Mrs. John, tailor, 7 High street 
Brown, Mrs. James, house 12 St. Vincent street 
Brown, Mrs. J. flesher, 32 King street 
Brown, Mrs. Jean, spirit dealer, 82 Broomielaw 
Brown, Mrs. J. lodgings, 29 St. Andrew's square 
Brown, Mrs. P. flesher, 24 Mutton Market, King st. 
Brown, Mrs. Thomas, lodgings, 52 Glassford street 
Brown, Mrs. spirit dealer, 4 Brown street 
Brown, Mrs. lodgings, 73 Hutcheson street 
Brown, Mrs. tavern 100 Nelson street 
Brown, Mrs, flesher, 17 Main street, Oorbals 
Brown, Miss Grace, dress maker, 24 Balmanno street 
Brown, Miss, silk dyer, 8 Charlotte street 
BROWNING, Andrew, baker, 187 Gallowgate 
Browning, Andrew, of W. Sf. A. Browning, house 

Monteith row 
Browning, James, saddler, 17 and 19 Maxwell street 
Browning, Mathew, grain weigher, 24 York street 
Browning, W. & A. grain merchts. Qb King st. Calton 
Browning, Wm. of W. &; A. Browning, ho. York st. 
BROWNLIE, James, lappet wheel cutter, 29 Mon- 
trose St. 
Brownlie, John, baker, 15 Nicholson street 
Brownlie, John, writer, 109 Bridgegate 
Brownlie, Robert, cabinet maker, 103 Grseme street 
Brownlie, Thomas, green grocer, 9 Bell street 
Brownlie, Thomas, baker, 48 Bridge street 
Brownlie, Mrs. Thomas, tavern, 2 St. Andrew lane 
BRUCE, Alex, provision merchant, 8 M' Alpine st. 
Bruce, Andrew, grocer, &c. 30 Clyde street, Calton 
Bruce, B. spirit dealer, 64 George street 
Bruce, James, grocer, 46 Rottenrow 
Bruce, James, spirit dealer, 57 Bell street 
Bruce, Peter, agent, 15 Bell street 
Bruce, Peter, beadle and coal agent, 66 Great Dovehill 
Bruce, Robert, straw hat warehouse, 42 Nelson street 
Bruce, Thomas, writer, 49 Hutcheson street 



BRUCE— BRYSON. 57 

Bruce, William, & Co. joiners and cabinet makers, 

London street, house 27 Charlotte street 
Bruce, William, spirit dealer, 64 George street 
Bruce, Mrs. flesher, 22 Mutton market. King street 
Bruce, Miss, milliner and dressmaker, 1 27 Candleriggs 
BRUNTON & Blaikie, wine and spirit merchants, 

62 Queen street 
Brunton, .James, confectioner, 20 Stevenson street 
BRYAN <Sr Watson, saddlers, Cowcaddens 
BRYCE, Alex, grocer, &c. 1 College st. Brownfield 
Bryce, Alexander, spirit dealer, 42 St. Andrew street 
Bryce, A. & W. chemists, acid works, Port-Dundas 
Bryce, Alexander, of A. Sf W. Bryce, ho. 73 Bath st. 
Bryce, Dr. Charles, 27 Green street, Calton 
Bryce, John, surgeon, 34 Hill street 
Bryce, John, architect, 29 Jamaica street 
Bryce, John, grocer, 333 High street 
Bryce, John, cabinet maker, 45 Jamaica street 
Bryce, John, wine and spirit cellars, West Ingram 

court, house 101 Fife place 
Bryce, .John, merchant, 52 Argyll street 
Bryce, John, spirit dealer, 20 Kirk street, Calton 
Bryce, ,J. D. at McQueen, M'Donell 8^ Co.'s, house 

105 North Douglas street 
Bryce, Peter, victualler, 59 New street, Calton 
Bryce, Robt. Captain of Police, ho. 27 Green st. Calton 
Bryce, William, spirit dealer, 21 Main street, Calton 
Bryce, William, iron merchant, 25 Dunlop street 
Bryce, Mrs. grocer, 7 Wallace street 
Bryce, Miss, embroiderer, 278 Argyll street 
BRYDIE, Thomas, at New Clyde Shipping Cos. 
Brydie, William, victualler, 90 Main street, Gorbals 
BR YD ON, Andrew, merchant, Sraithfield. Letters 

left at Hill S) Shearer s 
Brydon, William, painter, 15 Little street and 68 

Stevenson street 
Brydon, William, coach work, 20 Dunlop st. ho. above 
BRYDSON, William, merchant, 4 York street 
BRYSON, Charles, hardware merchant, 31 Trongate 
Bryson, David, flesher, 94 Bell street 



58 BRYSON — BUCHANAN. 

Bryson, John, grocer, Cowcaddens 
Bryson, Peter, wine and spirit cellars, 41 Saltmarket 
Bryson & Miller, cotton brokers, 32 Glassford street 
Bryson, Robert, of Bryson 8^ Miller, house 7 Som- 

erville place 
Bryson, William, manufacturer, 74 Glassford street 
BUCH AN, Alexander, at James Oswald 8^ Cos. house 

109 Canning street, Calton 
Buchan, D. bed furniture glazier, 106 Union street 
Buchan, David, writer, 1 1 Miller street, house Garnet- 
bank, Sauchiehall road 
Buchan, William, agent, 6 East Nile street 
Buchan, Mrs. Garnetbank, Sauchiehall road 
Buchan, Miss, Laurieston school, Norfolk street 
BUCHANAN, Alexander, baker, Cowcaddens 
Buchanan, Alexander, of Buchanan 8^ Young, house 

177 West Regent street 
Buchanan, Dr. A. surgeon, 9 West Bath street 
Buchanan, Allan, of G. Buchanan S^ Sons, house 187 

Abercromby place 
Buchanan, Andrew, flesher, 4 Mutton market, King st. 
Buchanan, Andrew, jun. of Falconer S^ Buchanan, ho. 

9 West Bath street 
Buchanan, Archibald, grocer, 1 Clyde street, Calton 
Buchanan, Archibald, spirit dealer, 45 George street 
Buchanan, Brothers & Co. merchants, 95 Candleriggs 
Buchanan & Brown, maufacturers, 4 Montrose street 
Buchanan, D. teacher, 106 Hutcheson st. ho. Garnethill 
Buchanan, E. grocer, 136 Rottenrow 
Buchanan, Geo. & John, merchants, 95 Candleriggs 
Buchanan, Geo. of Arden, at Fulton, Buchanan 8^ Cos. 

house 23 West St. Vincent street 
Buchanan, George, & Sons, bleachers, calenderers and 

packers, Buchanan court, 95 Candleriggs 
Buchanan, George, at George and John Buchanans 
Buchanan, Herbert, merchant, 125 Virginia street, ho. 

Brandon place 
Buchanan, James, of Dowanhill, at Bennistoun, Bu- 
chanan &) Cos. 
Buchanan, James, smith, 79 Stockwell 



BUCHANAN. 59 

Buchanan, James, of J, 8^ J. Buchanan, lodging 109 

Argyll street 
Buchanan, James, Tertius, 68 West Regent street 
Buchanan, James, teacher of elocution, 20 Candleriggs 
Buchanan, James, victualler, 264 Gallowgate 
Buchanan, James, tea & spirit dealer, 101 Canning st. 
Buchanan, J. F. of G. Buchanan 8^ Sons, house 4 

Windsor place 
Buchanan, Jas. & Co. hat manufacts. 5 St. Andrew sq. 
Buchanan, J. of Jas. Buchanan Sf Co. ho. at Aitkenhead 
Buchanan, Jas. of Jas. Finlay S^ Co. ho. Woodlands 
Buchanan, John, vintner, 11 Bell street 
Buchanan, John, of Ardoch, at Ship Bank 
Buchanan, John, writer, 44 Hutcheson st. ho. Slatefield 
Buchanan, John, jun. merchant, ho. Burnbank, Town 

Mill road 
Buchanan, John, sen. smith, 4 Cathcart street 
Buchanan, John, & Co. wrights, 44 Ingram street 
Buchanan, John, of Fulton, Buchanan &; Co. house 23 

St. Vincent street 
Buchanan, John, jun. smith, 4 Cathcart street 
Buchanan, John, surgeon, 211 High st. ho. 21 College st. 
Buchanan, John, & Co. wine and spirit merchants, 15 

Prince's street 
Buchanan, John, spirit dealer, 297 High street 
Buchanan, John & James, spirit merchants, 63 Stock- 
well, and 25 Prince's street 
Buchanan, John, of John 8^ James Buchanan, house 

111 West St. Vincent street 
Buchanan, John, jun. of John 8^ James Buchanan 
Buchanan, John, spirit dealer, Burnside 
Buchanan, John, print cutter, and mourning paper 

borderer, 70 Hutcheson street 
Buchanan, Kennedy & Co. wine and spirit merchants, 

59 Stockwell 
Buchanan, Dr. M. S. 194 Buchanan street 
Buchanan, M. boot and shoe maker, 14 Alston street 
Buchanan & M'Feat, patent singeing works, Renfield st. 
Buchanan, P. of Laing 8f Buchanan, house 39 North 

Hanover street 



60 BUCHANAN BULLOCH. 

Buchanan, Robert, of A. Ogilvie 8^ Co. house 131 

West Regent street 
Buchanan, Robert, tailor, 17 Sister street 
Buchanan, R. victualler, 44 King st. and 40 Market st. 
Buchanan, Robert, manufacturer, 54 Green st. Calton 
Buchanan, Robt. grocer and spirit dealer, CoAvcaddens 
Buchanan, Robert, West India produce broker, 33 

Virginia street, house 25 Blythswood square 
Buchanan, Robert, victualler, 80 Stockwell 
Buchanan, T. jun. at JRobt. JBnchanan s^ 33 Virginia st. 
Buchanan, Thomas, & Son, dyers, 39 Sidney street 
Buchanan, T. of Sharp 8^ Bvchonnn, ho. 41 George sq. 
Buchanan, Thomas, merchant, 33 Virginia street 
Buchanan, Thomas Bryce, of Boquhan, 101 Fife pi. 
Buchanan, Walter, flesher, 18 Beef Market, King st. 
Buchanan, Walter, dairyman, 22 Portland street 
Buclianan, Walter, spirit dealer, 13 Carrick street 
Buchanan, W. surgeon, 94 Main st. Gorbals, ho. 88 
Buchanan, Walter, of Falconer 8^ Euchavan^ house 6 

Brandon place 
Buchanan, Watson & Co. merchants, 95 Candleriggs 
Buchanan, William, grocer, &c. 61 Saltmarket 
Buchanan, William, & Co. merchants, 48 Queen st. 
Buchanan, William, & Son, bakers, 22 Bridge street 
Buchanan, Wm. & Co. painters, 72 k 76 Hutcheson st. 
Buchanan, Wm. of Buchanan 8^ M^Feat, ho. Garnethill 
Buchanan, William, watch glass maker, 1 New wynd 
Buchanan, W. victualler, 71 Jamaica street 
Buchanan, William, of G. Buchanan 8f Sons, house 

213 Brandon place 
Buchanan & Young, manufacturers, S3 Virginia street 
Buchanan, Mrs. Robert, paper stainer, 45 John street 
Buchanan, Mrs. G. eating house, &c. 72 Jamaica street 
Buchanan, Mrs. of Auchmar, 39 North Hanover street 
Buchanan, MissE. artificial flower maker, 109 Trongate 
Buck's Head Inn, 61 Argyll street 
BUCKIE, John, tavern, 56 Trongate 
BUCKLEY, C. shoemaker, 48 King street 
BULLOCH, James, tobacconist, 68 Argyll street 
Bulloch, W. excise office, ho. 45 Portland st. Laurieston j 



BURD — BURNS. 61 

BURD, And. Edinburgh mail guard, 35 Gallowgate 

BUNTEN, James, timber merchant, 39 Oswald street 

Bunten, Robert, iron merchant, 28 Jamaica street 

Bunten, W. & J. smiths, Gordon street 

BUNTING, John, glass cutter, 21 Turner's court 

Bunting, Moses, manufacturer, 27 Wilson street 

Bunting, N. tavern, 179 Argyll street 

BURDEN, James, broker, 9 King street, Calton 

Burden, J. & W. tavern, 34 Trongate 

BURGESS, A. glazier, 26 Commerce street 

Burgess, Colin, teacher, Clyde buildings 

Burgess, William, clothier, 4 Queen street, house 49 
Hutch eson street 

BURN, G. & J. H. repository for horses, 56 Union 
place, and coach office, 10 Argyll street 

Burn, J. H.. of G. S^ J. H. Burn, house 64 Union pi. 

Burn, Peter, & Co. auctioneers and general agents, 

132 Trongate 
s Burn, Peter, of P. Burn 8^ Co. ho. 50 No. Hanover st. 
i BURNET, Andrew, hair dresser, 89 Kirk st. Calton 

Burnet, John, writer, 90 Nelson st.ho. 116 George st. 
! Burnet, Robert, grocer, 10 Parkhouse lane 
I Burnet, Samuel, victualler, &c. 81 King street, Calton 

BURNLEY, W. F. at W. 8^ J. Eccles ^ Co.'s 
I BURNS, Alexander, & Co. 129 Virginia place 

Burns, Daniel, broker, 31 St. Margaret place 

Burns, Geo. of Jas. 8f Geo. Burns, ho. 43 Regent st. 

Burns, James, of James 8^ George Burns, house 17 
West St. Vincent street 

Burns, James & George, merchants, 9 Buchanan street 

Burns, James, apothecary, 49 Gallowgate, house 157 
Upper Nile street 

Burns, James, carver and gilder, 148 Trongate 

Burns, J. of Alex. Burns 4" Co. house 75 Portland pi. 

Burns, J. & G. agents for Ayr and Belfast steam 
packets, 9 Buchanan street 

Burns, John, victualler, 104 Old wynd 

Burns, John, & Co. manufacturers, 51 South Albion st« 

Burns, John, shoemaker, 64 Bridgegate 

Burns, Rev. Dr. John, Barony glebe 

F 



62 BURNS CAIRNIE. 

Burns, John, professor of surgery, 59 St. Vincent st. 
Burns, Matthew, & Co. 31 Montrose street, lodgings 

Mrs. Burns', 342 Argyll street 
Burns, Robert, stationer, 55 Hutcheson street 
Burns, R. of Porteous, Burns 8^ Co. ho. 11 Dundas St. 
Burns, Robert, 73 Hutcheson street 
Burns, Thos. architect, 14 Gordon st. ho. Renfrew st. 
Burns, Mrs. 342 Argyll street 
Burns, Miss A. dress maker, 45 Drygate 
BURNSIDE, Allan, manufacturer, 81 Nelson street 
Burnside, David, boot and shoe shop, 128 Trongate 
Burnside, John, hatter, 68 Trongate 
Burnside, Thomas, flesher, 40 John street 
Burnside, W. & R. victuallers, 102 Gallowgate 
Burnside, Mrs. J. grocer, Cowcaddens 
BURRELL, Andrew, jeweller, 193 Argyle street 
Burrell, James, jeweller, 20 Nelson street 
Burrell, Mrs. dress maker, 114 Trongate 
BURRETT, Thomas, smith, Renfield street 
BURROWS,W.water bailie's officer, 16 Robertson st. 
BURTON, Alexander, smith, 42 Buchan street 
Burton, J. tavern, 28 Prince's street 
Burton, Thomas, perfumer, 20 Argyll arcade 
Burton, Mrs. D. perfumer, 96 Glassford street, house 

Little Hamilton street 
Busby Cotton Company, 52 Virginia street 
BUSBY, Mrs. 9 Portland place 
BUTT, Thomas, tea agent, 24 Adelphi street 
BUTTERS, Benjamin, grocer, bQ Thistle street 
BUTTERWORTH, Miss, ladies' boarding school, 

61 Regent street 
BYERS, A. G. 36 Hutcheson street 
Byers, J. teacher, Highland Society school, Montrose st. 

C 
CABBELL, W.B. cashier Glasgow bank, 12 Ingram st. 
Caddell, William, clothier, 39 Queen street, house 40 

North Frederick street 
CAIRO, John, plasterer, 18 Howard street 
CAIRNIE, F. J. spirit dealer, 360 Gallowgate 



CAIRNEY CALTON. 63 

Cairney, Wm. sen. window glazier and glass-stainer, 

85 Candlerig-gs, house above 
Cairney, William, jnn. painter and glass-stainer, 35 

Montrose street, house 284 High street 
CAIRNS, Charles, broker, S3 Bridgegate 
Cairns, George, grain merchant, 192 Argyll street 
Cairns, James, merchant tailor, 49 London street, ho. 

2 Morris place 
Cairns, John, broker, 7 St Margaret place 
Cairns, Martin, livery stables, 9 Rope Work entry 
Cairns, P. writer, 24 Queen street 
Cairns, Mrs. spirit dealer, 74 Havannah 
CALDER, Alexander, grocer, Upper Renfield street 
Calder Iron Work Office, 37 Glassford street 
Calder, John, watchmaker, 160 High street 
Calder, John, writer, Melville place 
Calder, John, teacher of Engli-*h, 91 Miller street 
Calder, John, porter, Royal Infirmary 
Calder, William, dairyman, 111 Drygate 
CALDERHEAD, John, baker, 98 Saltmarket 
Calderhead, Mrs. John, spirit dealer, 53 Bishop street 
CALDWELL, George, beamer, Main st. Bridgeton 
Caldwell, George, baker, 7 Clyde terrace 
Caldwell, James, baker, 39 Bridge street 
Caldwell, John, agent, 15 Bell street 
Caldwell, John, grocer & spirit dealer, 18 Adelphi st. 
Caldwell, Robert, victualler, &c. 12 Great Hamilton st. 
Caldwell, William, spirit dealer, 166 Trongate 
Caldwell, William, watchmaker, 5 Malta street 
Caldwell, William, grain merchant. Main st. GorbaJs 
CALEDONIANFirelnsurance Office— SeeAppendix 
Caledonian Hotel, Horn's court, 3 St. Enoch square 
Caledonian Pottery, canal basin, Townhead 
CALLEN, John, sailmaker, 106 Bvoomielaw 
CALLENDER, Mrs. vintner, 160 Stockwell 
CALTON Baking Society, 9 Tobago street 
Calton Mortcloth office, 38 Green street 
Calton New Store, 65 King street, Thomas M'Lean, 

storekeeper 
Calton Police Office, 1 Stevenson street, Calton 



64 CALTON CAMERON. 



Calton Post Office receiving house, 45 Canning street 
Calton Provident Bank, 1 Stevenson street, John 

Clugston, treasurer, 22 Monteith rovi^ 
Calton Public Reading Room, 1 Struthers street 
Calton Public Library, 4 James st. Alex. Mushet, lib. 
Calton Young Men's Religious Tract Depository, 5 

Well street 
CAMERON, Alexander, o/" /S'co^ S^ Cameron^ house 

9 Richmond street 
Cameron, A. spirit dealer, 70 New wynd 
Cameron, Allan, eating house, 36 Main st. Anderston 
Cameron, Allan, cabinet maker, 47 King street 
Cameron, A. spirit dealer, 76 Crown street 
Cameron, Allan, tailor and draper, 58 Saltmarket and 

5 Prince's street, house 160 Saltmarket 
Cameron, Allan, spirit dealer, 126 New wynd 
Cameron, Allan, spirit dealer, 119 Saltmarket 
Cameron, Angus, spirit dealer, 72 Bridgegate 
Cameron, Angus, grocer, 36 Lady well street 
Cameron, Archd. hardware merchant, 36 Trongate 
Cameron & Co. hardwaremen, 7 Trongate 
Cameron, C. S. paper warehouse, 90 Bell street 
Cameron, Daniel, tailor, St. Andrew square 
Cameron, Duncan, shawl manufacturer, 27 Wilson 

street, house 94 M' Alpine street 
Cameron, Dunc-an, puttymaker, 77 Saltmarket 
Cameron, D. A. surgeon-dentist, 51 George's square 
Cameron, D. & R. melting pot manufact. 21 Tureen st. 
Cameron, Hugh, spirit dealer, 126 Saltmarket 
Cameron, Hugh, messenger at arms, 23 Hutcheson st. 

house 89 Brunswick street 
Cameron, Hugh, spirit dealer, 27 Nelson st. Tradeston 
Cameron, Hugh, spirit dealer, 119 Saltmarket 
Cameron, Hugh, bagpipe maker, 76 King street 
Cameron, Hugh, spirit dealer, 28 New wynd 
Cameron, Hugh, stationer and librarian, 97 Gallowgate 
Cameron, James, bookseller, 187 High street 
Cameron, J. tailor, 18 Russell street 
Cameron, John, spirit dealer, 16 Rose street, and 41 

Rutherglen loan 



CAMERON — CAMPBELL. 65 



Cameron, John, portioner, Dalmarnock road 
Cameron, John, spirit dealer, 56 Back wynd 
Cameron, John, spirit dealer, 70 New wynd. 
Cameron, John, tailor, Ann street 
Cameron, John, victualler, 9 Park place 
Cameron, John, tavern, 230 Broomielaw 
Cameron, John, spirit dealer, 1 Anderston quay 
Cameron, J. & P. carriers, 27 Blackfriar street 
Cameron, Martin, teacher, 40 Brunswick place 
Cameron, Peter, Glasgow Union Bank 
Cameron, T. & Co. Londonderry steam packet office, 

82 Miller street 
Cameron, Thomas, druggist, 43 Norfolk st. Laurieston 
Cameron, Thomas, reed maker, 9 Gallowgate 
Cameron, William, tailor, 71 King street 
Cameron, William, smith, 38 Stockwell 
Cameron, Mrs. John, spirit dealer, 27 Maxwell street 
Cameron, Mrs. leather cap maker, 30 King street 
Cameron, Mrs. vintner, 88 Candleriggs 
Cameron, M. dress maker, 73 Main street, Gorbals 
Cameron, Miss M. dress maker, Ann street 
Cameron, Misses, milliners, 115 Fife place, house 10 

Stirling square 
CAMPBELL, Allan, shoemaker, 38 Prince's street 
Campbell, Alex, bookseller & stationer, 94 StockwelJ 
Campbell, Alexander, spirit dealer, 10 New wynd 
Campbell, Alexander, writer, clerk of presbytery, 6 

Antigua place, house Garnethill 
Campbell, Alexander, jun. writer, 33 Ingram street, 

house Bedlay 
Campbell, Alex, grocer, 1 4 Clyde street, Anderston 
Campbell, Andrew, silk factory, John st. Bridgeton 
Campbell, Andrew, of Campbell 8^ McAllister, house 

Green hill place 
Campbell, A. wright and glazier, London street 
Campbell & Anderson, cork cutters, 22 King street 
Campbell, Archibald, spirit dealer, 30 Old wynd 
Campbell, Archd. ship agent & broker, 31 Carrick st. 
Campbell, Archibald, of Blythswood, office 87 St. 

George place 

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66 CAMPBELL. 

Campbell, Archibald, grocer, 57 M' Alpine street 
Campbell, Archibald, baker, 69 King- street 
Campbell, Archd, shoemaker, 60 King st. Tradeston 
Campbell, A. D. merchant, 35 Union street 
Campbell & Carnaclian, druggists, 136 Argyll street 
Campbell, Colin, miniature painter, 61 Argyll arcade 

and 137 Argyll street 
Campbell, Colin, & Co. merchants, 12 So. Hanover st. 
Campbell, Colin, of Possil, of J. Campbell, sen. 8^ Co. 
Campbell, C. & J. merchants, 85 Candleriggs, house 

Portland place 
Campbell, C. Ship Bank, house Greenhead 
Campbell&Cruden, commission agents, 1 27Brunswick st, 
Campbell, D. spirit dealer, 7 Wallace court 
Campbell, D. tailor, 187 Trongate 
Campbell, Daniel, merchant, 6 Antigua place 
Campbell, Daniel, &: Co. reed makers, 25 So.Albion st. 
Campbell, Dick, & Co. 38 Virginia buildings 
Campbell, D. & R. ironmongers, 4 Duke street 
Campbell, Donald, & Co. merchants, 107 Buchanan st. 
Campbell, Donald, of D. Campbell 8^^ Co. house 1 1 

Blythswood square 
Campbell, D. A. of John Mitchell 8^ Co. house 405 

Argyll street 
Campbell, Dugald, spirit dealer, 133 Bridgegate 
Campbell, Dugald, victualler, 5 Well street 
Campbell, Duncan, stationery librarian, 3 Buchanan st. 
Campbell, Duncan, spirit dealer, 54 Brown street 
Campbell, Duncan, spirit dealer, 67 Green at. Calton 
Campbell, Duncan, of Campbell 8^ Carnachan, house 

Willowbank, Sauchiehall road 
Campbell, D. spirit dealer, 8 Adelphi street 
Campbell, Rev. Edward, 11 Coburg street 
Campbell, F. surgeon, 25 Commerce street 
Campbell Sc Howie, woollen drapers, 45 Gallowgate 
Campbell, J. & A. manufacturers, 33 Candleriggs 
Campbell, J. & W. & Co. warehousemen and manu- 
facturers, 34 Candleriggs, sewing and tambouring 

warehouse 20 Do. 
Campbell, James, victualler, &c. 490 Gallowgate 



CAMPBELL. 67 

Campbell, James, of Moore Park, of John Campbell^ 

se7i. 8f Co. 
Campbell, James, baker, 130 Queen street 
Campbell, James, umbrella maker, 99 Gallowgate 
Campbell, James, furniture dealer, 130 Bridg-egate 
Campbell, James, 20 Buchanan street, bonding- ware- 
house, London street 
Campbell, James, of J. 8^ W. Campbell Sf Co. house 

129 West Bath street 
Campbell, James R. teacher, 50 North Hanover street 
Campbell, John, shoemaker, 83 George street 
Campbell, John, surgeon, 6 and 8 Monteith row- 
Campbell, John, spirit dealer, 128 Stockwell 
Campbell, John, grocer, 3 Bishop street 
Campbell, John, slater, 37 Main street, Anderston 
Campbell, John, spirit dealer, 15 North street 
Campbell, John G. silk factory, John st. Bridgeton 
Campbell, John, founder, Lancefieid, Anderston 
Campbell, John, at J. S^ W. Campbell 8^ Co.'s. house 

15 Oxford street 
Campbell, John, sen. & Co. merchts. 35 Buchanan st. 
Campbell, John, & Co. cabinet makers & upholsterers, 

77 Gallowgate and 5 Nile street 
Campbell, John, tailor, 18 Stockwell 
Campbell, John, shoemaker, 15 Oxford st. Laurieston 
Campbell, John, spirit dealer, 15 Tureen street 
Campbell, John, spirit dealer, 400 Gallowgate 
Campbell, John, at William Dixon s^ 37 Glassford st. 
Campbell, John, spirit dealer, 43 Nelson st. Tradeston, 

and 11 St. Ninian street 
Campbell, John, surgeon, R. N. 44 Kent street 
Campbell, John, of Campbell &; McLean, house 31 St. 

Andrew square 
Campbell, John, cotton waste merchant, 23 South 

Albion street 
Campbell, J. surgeon, 89 Saltmarket, ho. 95 Bridgegate 
Campbell, Joseph, spirit dealer, 46 Low Green street 
Campbell & Kelly, oyster merchants, 6 Wood lane 
Campbell, Malcolm, baker, &c. 7 Canning street 
Campbell, M. N. of Ballimore, of J. Campbell^ sen, Sx; Co. 



68 CAMPBELL CANADA. 

Campbell, Mungo, merchant, of John Campbell^ sen. &f 

Co. house 12 Moore place 
Campbell, M. of Hallyards, of J. Campbell, sen. 8^ Co. 
Campbell & M'Alister, manufacturers, 69 Ingram st. 
Campbell & M'Dougall, drysalters, 8 Croy place 
Campbell & M'Lean, clothiers, 7 Miller street 
Campbell, Neil, fish dealer, 9 Fish Market, King st. 
Campbell, Peter, spirit dealer, Burnside, Port-Dundas 
Campbell, Riv^ers & Co. merchants, 19 So. Hanover st. 
Campbell, Robert, shoemaker, 188 Argyll street 
Campbell, Thomas, hair dresser, 8 Miller street 
Campbell, Thomas, of John Campbell, sen. 8^ Co. 
Campbell, Walter C. silk factory, John st. Bridgeton 
Campbell & Watt, ironmongers, 79 Argyll street 
Campbell, William, cartwright, 21 Tureen street 
Campbell, William, of J. 8^ W. Campbell ^^ Co, house 

Stewart-villa, by Partick 
Campbell, William, grocer, 123 King street 
Campbell, William, Skaterigg colliery. Letters left at 

Glasgow bottle work Co's. office, Great Clyde street 
Campbell, William, hair dresser, 200 Broomielaw 
Campbell, William, clothier, 62 Argyll street 
Campbell, William, builder, 20 Kent street 
Campbell, Mrs. John, 50 North Hanover street 
Campbell, Mrs. Joseph, broker, 175 Gallowgate 
Campbell, Mrs. milliner, 12 Bell street 
Campbell, Mrs. John, baker, 21 Maxwell street 
Campbell, Mrs. John, grocer, 125 Argyll street 
Campbell & M'Pherson, Misses, furnishing shop, 14 

Clyde terrace 
Campbell, Mrs. & Misses, boarding school, 2 Clyde pi. 
Campbell, Mrs. Robert, gardener. Green Market 
Campbell, Mrs. lodgings, 12 Croy place, Maxwell st. 
Campbell, Mrs. spirit dealer, 35 Little Dovehill 
Campbell, Margaret, grocer, 81 Rottenrow 
Campbell, Miss Jean, grocer, Commerce street 
Campbell, Miss, lodgings, 5 Thistle street 
Campbell, Miss, dress maker, 18 Maxwell street 
Canada Land Company's Office, 23 Miller street, 

Gilkison and Brown, agents 



CANAL — CARNAIGIE. 69 



CANAL Brewery Store, 15 Steam Boat quay 
Canal Company's Office, Port-Dimdas. Walter Logan, 

superintendent 
Canal Tract Boat office, 58 Buchanan street, and 

Canal office, Port-Dundas Thos. Johnston, agent 
CANNAN, Thomson, Royal Bank, lodgings, 58North 

Hanover street 
CANNING, John, hardware shop, 8 Clyde street, 

Anderston 
Canning, John, tailor, 47 King street, Tradeston 
CANNON, William, surgeon, 1 Oxford street 
Cannon, Mrs. furnishing shop, 8 Clyde st. Anderston 
CANSH, George, manufacturer, 41 Stirling square 
Cansh, James, spirit dealer, 69 Bell street 
CARFRAE, Jas. paper mould maker, 132 Gallowgate 
Carfrae, James, Museum tavern, 132 Gallowgate 
Carfrae, John, sen. rag warehouse, 3 Little Dovehill 
CARL AW, William, skinner, 9 King st. Tradeston 
CARILAN, Daniel, spirit dealer, 10 Marlborough st. 
CARLILE, James, comb maker, 23 Saltmarket 
Carlyle, James, nail maker, 38 New Bridge street 
Carlyle, Miss, Craigbank, Sauchiehall road 
CARMICHAEL, D. grocer, 49 Centre street 
Carmichael, Daniel, at Pollock, Gilmour 8^ Co's. house 

7 Bridge street 
Carmichael, James, spirit dealer, 31 Dunlop street 
Carmichael, James, builder, 427 Argyll street 
Carmichael, John, wright, 106 Stirling's road 
Carmichael, John, upholsterer, 108 Argyll street 
Carmichael, John, spirit dealer, 138 Gallowgate 
Carmichael, John, boot and shoemaker, 1 Hospital st. 
Carmichael, John, at Hamilton^ Monteith 8^ Cos. house 

60 Maxwell street 
Carmichael, Graham & Co. printers, 43 Trongate 
Carmichael, Neil, spirit dealer, 23 Kirk street, Gorbals 
Carmichael, Ronald, vintner, 18 Saltmarket 
Carmichael, Miss J. milliner, 1 Norfolk street 
CARNACHAN, J. S. of Campbell 8^ Carnachan, ho. 

Park place, Paisley road 
CARNAIGIE, John, spirit dealer, Dalmarnock road 



70 CARNIE CARSEWELL. 

CARNIE, Charles, of Thomas Shiels 8^ Co's, house 

4 Abercromby place 
Carnie, John, & Co. distillers, Orr street, Barrowfield 
Carnie, Peter, herring dealer, 138 King street 
CARNDUFF, Robt. manufacturer, 41 No. Albion st. 
CARNOCHAN, Mrs. lodgings, 90 Argyll street 
CARR, Barney, victualler, 126 Old wynd 
CARRICK, A. portioner, 11 Thomson's lane, Calton 
Carrick, Hutcheson & Co. Letters left at J. Allan's, 

144i Queen street 
Carrick, James, merchant. Letters left at do. 
Carrick, J. A. & R. Letters left at do. 
Carrick, James, weaving utensil maker, 5 Kirk street 
Carrick John, victualler, 397 Gallowgate 
Carrick, John, spirit dealer, 381 Gallowgate 
Carrick, John, shoemaker, 30 Great Dovehill 
Carrick, John, academy, Taylor street 
Carrick, Robert, teacher, 38 Claythorn street 
Carrick, William, accountant and factor, Virginia build- 
ings, house 213 Upper Buchanan street 
Carrick, William, spirit dealer, 44 Trongate 
Carrick, Miss, dress maker, 2 Cambridge street 
CARRUTH, Jaraes, portioner and feuar, 45 James st. 
Carruth, William, dairyman, 81 King st. Tradeston 
CARRON Warehouse, 123 Buchanan street. Henry 

Dawson, agent 
Carron Co.'s Shipping office, Port-Dundas 
Carron Mill Paper Warehouse, 12 Miller street 
CARSON, Mrs. Robert, vintner, 66 Trongate 
CARSS, Andrew, merchant tailor, 170 Trongate 
Carss, J. bookbinder, 31 Argyll st. ho. 39 Norfolk st. 
Carse, William, printer, 31 Saltmarket 
Carss, Miss, milliner and dress maker, 39 Norfolk st. 
CARSEWELL, Allan, sen. trunk and box-maker, 25 

North Albion street 
Carsewell, D. shoemaker, 30 Portland st. Lauriestori 
Carsewell, James, & Son, joiners, cabinet makers and 
upholsterers, 70 Queen street, works 28 George st. 
Carsewell, James, o/'./a^. Carsewell 8^ Son^ ho.Provanside 
Carsewell, J.^un.of Jas. Carsewell Sf Son, ho. Provanside 



CARSEWELL — CHALMERS!. 71 



Carsewell, William, baker, 133 Gallowg-ate 
Carsewell, Mrs. David, baker, 57 Saltraarket 
vCASSIDY, Jas. stone warehouse, 24 Main st. Calton 
CASSILS, David, spirit dealer, 58 Hig-h street 
Cassils Jas. hatter, 17 Argyll arcade, ho. Moodie's ct. 
Cassils, John, wine and spirit merchant, 66 Saltmarket 
Cassels, John, victualler and spirit dealer, 23 Well st. 
Cassels, John, confectioner, 4 and 5 Argyll arcade 
Cassils' Malt Whisky Store, 27 Rope Work lane 
Cassils, R. hatter, 103 Trong-ate, ho. 18 Great Clyde st. 
Cassils & Stewart, wine and spirit merchants, 24 Stock- 
well place 
Cassils, William, spirit dealer, 7 M'Farlane street 
Cassils, Mrs. R. confectioner, 199 Trongate, house 

102 Stock well 
CASSITY, B. & Co. tailors, 21 Argyll street 
■ Castle Steam Packet Office, 240 Brooraielaw. 

Archibald M'Indoe, agent 
. CATHIE, Alexander, flesher, 237 High street 
' Catrine Co. at James Finlay 8^ Cos. Queen street 
( CATTERNS, Samuel, drysalter, 35 Miller street 
1 Cattle Market, Graeme square, and foot of Duke st. 
\ CAUGHIE, David, teacher, Infant school, 59 Drygate 
] CAW, Neil & Samuel, merchants, 136 Brunswick st. 
Caw, Neil, of N. 8^ S. Caw, ho. 168 West George st. 
Caw, Samuel, of N. Sf S. Caw, house 115 Hope st. 
Cess and Tax Office for the City, 62 Argyll arcade. 

Laurence Craigie, sen. collector. 
Cess and Tax Office for the County, 110 Buchanan 

street. Gilbert Kennedy, collector 
CHAD WICK, Mrs. eating house, 41 Oxford street 
CHALMERS, Alex, hair dresser, 128 Gallowgate 
Chalmers, Geo. flesher, &c 135 Main street, Gorbals 
Chalmers, George, brass founder, 57 Gallowgate 
Chalmers, James, flesher, 1 New street, Calton 
Chalmers, James, pawnbroker, 31 Saltmarket 
Chalmers, James, spirit dealer, 66 Trongate 
Chalmers, James, dairyman, 16 King street, Calton 
Chalmers, John, grocer, Main street, Bridgeton 
Chalmers, John, slater, 458 Gallowgate 



72 CHALMERS — CHISHOLM. 

Chalmers, John, tailor, 258 High street 

Chalmers, Kilgour& Co. warehousemen, 161 Trongate 

Chalmers, Robert, coflFee house and reading room, 216 

Broomielaw 
Chalmers, Robert, nailer, 41 Wallace st. Tradeston 
Chalmers, Robert, tinsmith, 60 Gallowgate 
Chalmers, Thomas, & Son, smiths and bell hangers, 75 

Maxwell street, house 18 Great Clyde street 
Chalmers, Thomas, surgeon, 88 George street 
Chalmers, Thomas, of Chalmers, Kilgour 8^ Co. lodg- 
ings 98 George street 
Chalmers, William, writer, 124 Trongate 
Chalmers, William, spirit dealer, Dalmarnock road 
Chalmers, William, of Chalmers, Kilgour 8^ Co. lodg- 
ings 109 Argyll street 
Chalmers, William, eating house, 416 Gallowgate 
Chalmers, Mrs. grocer, Dalmarnock road 
Chamberlain's Office, Council Chambers. John 

Spreull, chamberlain 
CHAMBERS, D. T. & Co. hat manufacturers, 134 

and 136 StockM^ell, house above 
Chambers, David, grocer, 18 Struthers street 
CHAPMAN, David, sen. 17 Turner's court 
Chapman, D. agent for Liverpool traders, 39 Miller st. 
Chapman & Davidson, yarn merchants, 91 Wilson st. 
Chapman, William, wright, 189 High street 
Chapman, Mrs. spirit dealer, 27 Stobcross street 
CHARLES, J. measurer and accountant, 75 Argyll st. 
CHATTO, Miss, dress maker, 14 Union street 
CHERRY, David, spirit dealer, 43 New st. Calton 
CHIPCHASE, Robert, & Co. shawl commission 

warehouse, 21 South Frederick street 
Chipchase, Robert, of Robert Chipchase 8^ Co. house 

148 Upper Nile street 
CHISHOLM, Daniel, carver and gilder, 56 and 57 

Argyll arcade, house 69 Ingram street 

Chisholm, Smith & Co. manufacturers, 70 Brunswick st. 

Chisholm, W. of Chisholm, Smith 8^ Co. ho. Pro van pi. 

Chisholm, Miss H. ladies' boot, shoe and straw hat 

warehouse, 94 Queen street, ho. 47 Melville street 



CHRISTIE — CLARK. 73 

CHRISTIE, Alexander, liair dresser, 62 Bridgegate 
Christy, Daniel, smith, 89 Jamaica street 
Christie, David, builder, 15 College street 
Christie, James, accountant, and agent for Globe insur- 
ance office, 37 Glassford street 
Christie, James, merchant, 30 York street 
Christie, James, & Co. manufacturers, 48 Nelson st. 
Christie, John, hair dresser, 80 Trongate 
Christie, John, umbrella maker and smallware mercht. 

21 and 22 Argyll arcade, house Argyll court 
Christie, John, wright, 9 Abercromby street 
Christie, John, woollen draper & hatter, 1 3 Virginia st. 
Christie, John, cabinet maker, 36 Alston street 
Christie, John, wright, Craignestock 
Christie, John, turner, 7 Abercromby street 
Christie, J. dyer, 80 Clyde street, Calton 
Christie, Peter, grocer, 24 Buns wynd 
Christie, Thomas, writer, 20 Stockwell place 
Christie, William, beamer, 9 Abercromby street 
Christie, William, slater, 103 Main street, Anderston 
Christie, William, general commission merchant, 51 

Brunswick place, house Oakfield place 
Chronicle Office, Reid's court, 56 Trongate 
CHRYSTAL, Mrs. William, 13 Richmond street 
CHURCH, William & Co. manufacturers, Smith's 

court, Brunswick street. 
Church, William, of William Church 4" Co. house 3 

Blythswood hill 
City of Glasgow Steam Packet Co. 19 Jamaica st. 
CLACHER, Robert, spirit dealer, 28 Kirk street 
CLAPPERTON, William, & Co. yarn merchants, 

101 Hutcheson street 
CLARK, Allan, & Son, cotton yarn merchants, 120 

Brunswick street 
Clark, Allan, of Allan Clark S^ Son, ho. Meadowpark 
Clark, A. sen. of A. Clark, jun. 8^ Co. ho. Meadowpark 
Clark, A. jun. & Co. cotton yarn merchts. 48 Wilson st. 
Clark, Alex, saddler, 60 King street, Calton 
Clark, Chas. thread lace manufacturer, 19 Hutcheson st. 
Clark, Daniel, cabinet maker, 50 Bridge street 

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74 CLARK. 



Clark, Francis, & Son, painters, 10 Stockwell 
Clark, George, dairyman, 5 Deanside lane 
Clarke, George, Anchor tavern, 37 Trongate 
Clark, George, paper ruler, 28 Old wynd 
Clark S: Gilchrist, painters, 8 Brown street 
Clark, Henry, surgeon, 28 Orr street, house 39 
Clark, James, & Co. straw hat manufacturers, 32 and 

36 Nelson street 
Clark, J. pocket-book& jewel case maker, 139 Trongate 
Clark, James, confectioner, 55 New street, Calton 
Clark, John, jun. & Co. cotton spinners and thread 

manufacturers, 3 Broad street. Mile- end, Calton 
Clark, John hardwareman, 86 Main street, Anderston 
Clark, J. & W. steam loom factory. East Woodside. 

Letters left at 171 Buchanan street 
Clark, John, superintendent of Gorbals police, at the 

office, 27 Portland street, Laurieston 
Clark, John, of John Clark Sj- Co. house Kelvinhaugh 
Clark, John, spirit dealer, 261 High street 
Clark, John, grocer, &c. 52 Hospital street 
Clark, John, baker, 32 Clyde street, Anderston 
Clark, John, superintendent of the River Clyde, house 

Clydebank, by Renfrew 
Clark, John, tailor. King street 
Clark, John, & Co. printfield warehouse, 52 Glassford 

street, works Kelvinhaugh 
Clark, Michael, broker, 146 Saltmarket 
Clark & M'Kenzie, waste dealers, 24 St. Andrew st. 
Clark, P. W. of Stein 8^ Clark, house Rosebank by 

Provanmill 
Clark, Rev. Robert, Barony glebe 
Clark, Robert, of Crossbill. Letters left at 109 King st. 
Clark, Samuel, surgeon, 235 High street, house 233 
Clark, Thomas, shipmaster, 10 Portland st. Laurieston 
Clark, Thomas, chemist, 10 Portland st. Laurieston 
Clark, Thomas, spirit dealer, 140 Saltmarket 
Clark, W.E. C. surgeon, 57 John st. ho, 255 George st. 
Clark, William, glover and hosier, 22 Buchanan st. 

house 60 Oswald street 
Clark, William, iron turner, 25 Turner's court 



CLARK— COCHRAN. 75 

Clark, William, & Co. printers, 27 King street 
Clark, Mrs. D. eating house, 3 Commerce street 
Clark, Mrs, John, 7 Sommerville place 
Clark, Mrs. vintner, 8 Jail square 
Clark, Mrs. tea dealer, 68 Clyde street, Calton 
CLARKSON, Wm. portioner, Brown st. Bridgetoii 
CLARKSTON Mill Paper Warehouse, 77 Bell st. 
CLASON, Pat. at Sheriff Clerk's office, 60 Stockwell 
CLELAND, David Scales, writer, 14 Stirling street, 

house Auchinairn 
Cleland, James, superintendent of public works. Coun- 
cil Chambers, house 130 Upper Nile street 
Cleland, Robt. & Co. piano forte makers, 125 Trongate 
Cleland & Tassie, builders & upholsterers, 140 Upper 

Nile street 
CLERY, Mrs. 160 Brandon place 
CLIFFORD, Thomas, shoemaker, 5 Tureen street 
CLOUDSLIE, James, at John Browns, 31 Argyll st, 
CLOW, James, teacher, Wilson's Charity School, 87 

Montrose street 
Clow, James, shoemaker, 10 Saltmarket 
CLUNES, Mrs. silk dyer, 4 Gibson street 
CLUNIE, R. A. grain merchant, 7 Queen street, ho. 

5 Albany place 
CLYDE Flint Glass Company, 54 Argyll street 
Clyde New Shipping Company, 53 Jamaica street 
Clyde Shipping Company, 4 York st. J. Steel, manager 
Clyde Ship Register Office, 23 Miller street. Gilkison 
. and Brown, agents 

Clyde, Mrs. James, cork cutter, 31 Bell street 
CLYDESDALE Arms Inn, East Nile street 
Clydesdale, Miss, furnishing shop, 84 Gallowgate 
COATS, Archd. & Co. manufacturers, 86 Queen street 
Coats, George, coal agent, 131 Trongate 
Coats, James, brass founder and japanner, 13 Muir- 

liead street, Gorbals ^ 

Coats, John, 68 Canon street 

COBURN, Alexander, grocer, 12 Cheapside street 
COCHRAN, Hugh, accountant, Commercial bank 
Cochran, James, of Grant 8^ Co. ho. 1 Kensington pi- 



76 COCHRAN COLLIER. 

Cochran, James, officer of excise, 39 Orr street 
Cochran, John, spirit dealer, 78 Saltmarket 
Cochran, John, jun. merchant, 44 Maxwell street 
Cochran, John, tailor, 49 Trongate 
Cochran, John, of Miller 8^ Cochran, ho. 303 Argyll st. 
Cochran, J. of Young Sf Cochran, ho. Upper Renfield st. 
Cochran, Matthew, & Co, silk merchants and brokers, 

11 Montrose street 
Cochran, T. of Grieve 4* Cochran, ho. 15 M'Farlane st. 
Cochran, Thomas, grocer, b^ Clyde street, Anderston 
Cochrane, Wm. calenderer and packer, 12 Stirling sq. 
Cochran, William, & Co. calenderers, 82 Miller street 
Cochran, Wm. merchant, 47 Queen street, ho. Govan 
Cochrane, William, shoemaker, 21 Campbell street, 

Anderston walk 
Cochrane, Mrs. B. spirit dealer, 35 Argyll street 
Cochrane, Miss, lodgings, 48 George square 
COCKBURN, Alexander, grocer, 44 Stevenson st. 
COCKER, J.cutler, 46 Trongate and 31 Argyll arcade 
COCKFIELD, Joseph, bootmaker, 5 Great Dovehill 
COG AN, Hugh, merchant, of John Bartholomew S^ Co. 

house 16 Brandon place 
Cogan, John & Robert, 12 Montrose street, spinning 

and weaving works, Graham square 
Cogan, R. ofJoJin S^ Robert Cogan, ho. 8 Brandon pi. 
COGHILL, iVlexander, tobacco pipe manufactory, 4 

Ropework lane, house 20 Stockwell place 
Coghill, D. M. R. teacher, 245 George street, and 46 

.John street, house 13 Warwick street 
COLDSTREAM, Dr. John, 6 South Wellington pi. 
COLEMAN, Samuel, manufacturer, 43 Montrose st. 

house 30 Richmond street 
COLE, George, merchant, 39 West Nile street, honse 

104 West Regent street 
Coll, Henry, jeweller, 51 Trongate, house 13 Nelson 

street, Tradestou 
COLLEDGE, Wm. writer, at Wilson ^ M'Intyres 
COLLIER, Captain, barrack master, house and office 

infantry barracks 
Collier, Samuel, machine maker, 36 St. Enoch wynd 



COLLINS — CONNELL. 77 

COLLINS, A. baker and spirit dealer, 12 Broomielaw 
Collins, Charles, spirit dealer, 29 Orr street 
Collins, Edw. paper maker, warehouse 48 Virginia st. 
Collins, James, beadle, register office for servants, ] 4 

New Bridge street 
Collins, James, spirit dealer, Burnside 
Collins, James, spirit dealer, 15 King street, Calton 
Collins, William, bookseller and stationer, 37 Wilson 

street, liouse 5 Russell street 
Colombia Consul's Office, 14 Gordon street. L. 

M'Kinnon, consul, — office hours, from lOto 12o'clock 
COLQUHOUN, A. & Son, tailors, Cowcaddens 
Colquhoun, Archibald, grocer, 43 North Frederick st. 
Colquhoun, Archibald, cork cutter, 38 Prince's street 
Colquhoun, Hugh, of Semple 8^ Co. ho. 236 George st. 
Colquhoun, Dr. Hugh, 236 George street 
Colquhoun, James, spirit dealer, 130 Drygate 
Colquhoun, James, spirit dealer, 143 Argyll street, 

house 39 Maxwell street 
Colquhoun, John, dairyman, 39 St. Enoch wynd 
Colquhoun, Peter, of Wm. M^Kinlay &^ Co. 
Colquhoun, Peter, hair dresser, 8 Broomielaw 
Colquhoun, William, spirit dealer, 25 Gallowgate 
Colquhoun, William, lapidary, 17 Stockwell 
Colquhoun, Mrs. M. lodgings, 4 M' Alpine street 
COL VILLE, A. printer, 5 Melville pi. ho. 315 Argyll st. 
Colville, G. bookbinder, 67 Nelson st. ho. 10 College st. 
Colville, Hugh, spirit dealer, 23 Bridge street 
Colville, Stephen, hair dresser, 76 Bell street 
Colville, William, vintner, 205 Argyll street 
COMMERCIAL Bank of Scotland, ^^ Virginia st. 

J. Wyld, agent 
Commissary Clerk's Office, 37 Virginia street. C. D. 

Donald, clerk 
COMRIE, George, Royal hotel, ^ George square 
Comrie, James, grocer, 51 M' Alpine street 
CONDIE, Mrs. W. spirit dealer, 60 Little Dovehiii 
CONLEY, Edward, tailor, 79 Canning street 
CONNELL, Alexander, baker, Dalmarnock road 
Connell, Andrew, grocer, 20 New street, Calton 
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7S CONNELL — CORBET. 



Connell, A. & J. merchants, 23 South Hanover street, 

works Bishop street, house 22 St. Vincent place 
Connell, D. writer, 98 Buchanan st. ho. St. Vincent pi. 
Connell, Edmond, & Co. calico printers, 21 Ingram st. 

works Parkholm 
Connell, George, spirit merchant, 10 Jackson street 
Connell, H. bakers' peel maker, G6 High street 
Connell, Jas. surgeon, 1 20 High st. ho, 9 Stirling st. 
Connell, Robert, teacher of English, 122 Campbell 

street, west, house 126 
Connell, T. & G. victuallers, 59 High street 
Connell, T. flesher, &c. 139 Main street, Gorbals 
Connell, Thomas, grocer, 135 George street 
Connall, William, broker, 43 Virginia street, house 

107 West Bath street 
Connell, William, confectioner, 102 High street 
Connell, Mrs. .James, 22 St. Vincent place 
CONNING, Mrs. 1 Little Dovehill 
COOK, Archibald, victualler, 95 Gallowgate 
Cook, David, of James Cook S^ Co. engineers 
Cook, D. hosier, West street 
Cook, Bonald, spirit dealer, 178 Broomielaw 
Cook, James, & Co. engineers and machine makers, 95 

Commerce street, Tradeston 
Cook, James, of James Cook 8f Co, house Elden place 
Cook, L. cooper, 26 Commerce street 
Cook & Norris, founders, Port-Dundas foundery 
Cook, Robert, & Co. smiths, 23 West street 
COONEY, John, spirit dealer, 132 Gallowgate 
COOPER, John, Edinburgh mail guard, lodgings 

Nisbet's, Laigh Kirk close 
COPLAND, William, writer, 7 Queen street, house 

Dean park, Govan 
CORBETT, Alexander, of Corhett, Alexander Sf Co. 
Corbett, Alexander, & Co. 57 Miller street, cotton 

works John street, Bridgeton 
Corbett, Jas. of Corbett^ Alex. 8^ Co. ho. 22 Clyde pi. 
Corbet, Peter, merchant, 39 Hutcheson street 
Corbet, Robert, watchmaker, 27 Stockwell 
Corbet, W. power loomfa«tory, 1 3 Rose st. ho. 25 Bath St. 



CORDNER — COUPER. 79' 

CORDNER, D. spirit dealer, 237 Gallowgate 
CORKINDALE, Dr. James, 78 Glassford st. ho. 69 
CORMACK, William, merchant. Lower Renfield st. 

house 1 Maxwellton place 
CORMIE, .John, spirit dealer, 68 Main st, Anderston 
CORSAN, James, & Co. dyers. North Albion court, 

works Greenvale and Inkle Factory lane 
CORSE, D. & Co. yarn merchants, 52 Brunswick st. 
Corse, David, of David Corse S^ Co. ho. 25 Montrose st. 
Corse, Miss, dress maker, 37 Glassford street 
COTTON'S Commercial Lodgings, 24 Stockwell 
COUBROUGH, John, agent, 40 Candleriggs 
COUGHLAND, Jas. linen merchant, 22 Bridgegate 
COULTER, John, spirit dealer, 34 Kirk street 
Coulter, "John, grocer, &c. Main street, Bridgeton 
Coulter, John, bricklayer, Tilefield street, Gallowgate 
COUNTY Cess Office, 110 Buchanan street 
County Fire and Provident Life Office, 24 Stockwell. 

J. Galloway, jiin. agent 
COUPEES, Mrs. Francis, leghorn & straw hat ware- 
house, 24 and 26 Brunswick pi. house 114 Trongate 
COUPER, Alexander, of Couper, Maitland 8^ Co. ho. 

32 West George street 
Couper, David, turner, 66 High street 
Couper, Jas. of M^Leish, Kayser S^ Co. sugar refiners, 

house 18 West Bath street 
Cooper, .James, wood merchant, 21 M'Farlane street 
Couper, James, china and glass dealer, 24 Candleriggs 
Couper, James, insurance broker, 116 Queen street, 

house 32 West George street 
Couper, John, wine and spirit dealer, 93 Saltmarket 
Couper, John, manufact. 120 Brunswick st. ho. College 
Couper, John, & Son, grocers, 42 Stevenson street 
Couper, Dr. John, 133 Moore place 
Couper, Maitland, & Co. 35 Virginia st.worksSt.Rollox 
Couper, Peter, fishmonger, 79 King street & 25 New 

Town market, house 46 Miller place 
Couper, Robert, tobacconist, 189 Trongate 
Couper, William, spirit dealer, 357 Gallowgate 
Couper, WJlliaan, surgeon, 32 West George street 



80 COUPER — COWIE. 



Couper, Wm. & John, surgeons, 32 West George st. 
Couper, W. writer, 49 Ingram st. ho. 13 Montague pi. 
Courier, Office, Tontine back buildings 
COUTS, Phillip, grocer, 14 Laigh Kirk close 
COUSLAND, Jas. spirit dealer, 35 East Clyde st. 
Cousland, John, pocket book maker, 54 High street 
COVENTRY, A. spirit dealer, 83 Kirk st. Calton 
COVERLY, John, spirit dealer, 61 Bridgegate 
Coverly, William, spirit dealer, and stoneware shop, 

83 and 85 Stockwell 
Coverly, William, glass cutter, Mitchell street 
COWAN, Alex, mercht. 8 John st. ho. 82 Regent st. 
Cowan, Alexander, & Son, 52 Glassford street 
Cowan, A. of A. Cowan S^- Son, ho. 21 Rose st. Garnethill 
Cowan, Andrew, grocer, 138 Stockwell 
Cowan, Andrew, 62 Bath street 
Cowan & Barr, manufacturers, 8 John street 
Cowan & Co. nursery, seedsmen and florists, 37 Argyll 

street, nursery Whitevale, Drygate toll 
Cowan, J. H. printer, 22 Argyll street 
Cowan, James, & Co. distillers, Fintry, at William 

Cowans, 29 Gallowgate 
Cowan, James, & Co. manufacturers, 34 So. Albion st. 
Cowan, John, Ship Bank, house 40 Weaver street 
Cowan, John, victualler, 111 George street 
Cowan, John, spirit dealer, 16 Merchant lane 
Cowan, John M. of Coivan S^ Barr, ho. 82 Regent st. 
Cowan, Peter, victualler, 86 Stockwell 
Cowan, Robert, merchant & corn factor, 50 Union st. 
Cowan, Robert, surgeon, 43 West Nile street 
Cowan, Robt. & Co. shawl manufacts. 51 Brunswick pi. 
Cowan, Robt. of Robt. Cowan 8^ Co. ho. 44 Carrick st. 
Cowan, Thomas, flesher, 247 Gallowgate 
Cowan, Thomas, flesher, 31 Adelphi street 
Cowan, Rev. William, 28 Jamaica street 
Cowan, William, wine & spirit dealer, 29 Gallowgate 
Cowan, Wm. brass founder, 32 Brunswick place 
Cowan, Mrs. N. grocer & spirit dealer, 341 Argyll st. 
COWIE, James, manufacturer, 41 Stirling- square 
Cowie, Thomas, smith, 13 Broad street 



GOYLE — CRAIG. 81 

COYLE, Andrew, broker, 19 Miller place 

Coyle, Henry, spirit dealer, 133 Old wynd 

Coyle, Peter, broker, 52 Bridgeg-ate 

CRAIG, Alexander, victualler, 249 Gallowgate, 132 

High street, and 153 Bridgegate 
Craig, And. merclit. Portuguese Consulate, 52 Argyll st. 
Craig, David, at A. Graham's, 135 Buchanan street 
Craig, David, tea dealer. Main street, Bridgeton 
Craig, David, spirit dealer, 7 New wynd 
Craig, D. M. of MatJiie 8f Craig, ho. 19 W. Regent st. 
Craig, George, turner, 106 Union street 
Craig, Hugh, spirit dealer, 7 New wynd 
Craig, .James, wine and spirit merchant, 45 Stockwell, 

house 7 Bridge street 
Craig, James, & Son, merchants, 10 and 12 East Nile 

street, house 10 Monteith row, 
Craig, James, currier and leather merchant, 57 Argyll 

street, house 21 Stockwell place 
Craig, James, grocer, &c. 18 Stevenson street 
Craig, James, warehouseman, 114 Trongate, ho. above 
Craig, John, teacher, 13 Cobourg street 
Craig, John, paper and rag warehouse, 19 Bell street 
Craig, John, commission merchant, 43 Queen street, 

house 35 Clyde buildings 
Craig, John, Saracen Head Inn, 1 St. Mungo lane 
Craig, John, starcher, 52 Rose street, Hutchesontown 
Craig, John, grocer, 34 Stockwell 
Craig, John, sen. boot and shoe warehouse, 66 Argyll st. 
Craig, John, dyer, 59 Carrick street 
Craig, John, provision merchant, 132 Trongate, house 

25 East Clyde street 
Craig, John, victualler, 231 Argyll street 
Craig, J. Jamieson, of Mountfloridan, 109 King st. 
Craig, Peter, vintner, 41 Maxwell street 
Craig, Robert, fruiterer, 9 Wilson street 
Craig, Robert, merchant, 4 Montague place 
Craig, Robert, shoemaker, 43 Bridgegate 
Craig, Robert, beadle of Calton chapel, 17 Tobago st. 
Craig & Watt, starchers, 59 Crown street 
Craig, WiUiam, manufacturer, North Albion court 



82 CRAIG — CRAWFORD. 

Craig, William, & Co. manufacturers, Il3 Brunswick 
street, house 139 Campbell street, Blythswood hill 
Craig, William, woollen draper, 32 Gallowgate 
Craig, W. C. English academy, 33 George's square, 

house 144 Queen street 
Craig, Wra. surgeon, 238 High st. ho. 17 George st. 
Craig, Mrs. midwife, 124 High street 
Craig, Mrs. Robert, painter, 28^ Buchanan street and 

113 Candleriggs 
Craig, Mrs. milliner, 35 Charlotte street 
Craig,' Miss, 116 West Regent street 
Craig, Miss, dress maker, 35 King street, Calton 
CRAIGIE, Laurence, collector of cess, 62 Argyll 

arcade, house 21 St. Enoch Square 
Craigie, Laurence, jun. merchant, ho. 21 St. Enoch sq. 
CRAIGHEAD, J.gardener,Rosehill,Pollokshaws road 
Craighead, Peter, gardener & spirit dealer, Gorbals toll 
Cranstonhill Water Co's. Office, 80 Queen street. 
D. MacKain, secretary, house Greenhead; W. Flem- 
ing, treasurer, house 121 West Regent street 
CRAWFORD, Adam, pocket book maker, 27 King st. 
Crawford, Alex, tea merchant, 43 Argyll street 
Crawford, Andrew, barber, 214 Argyll street 
Crawford, Archibald, grocer, 44 Broomielaw 
Crawford, David, spirit dealer, 59 Rutherglen loan 
Crawford, David, beadle, 29 Rottenrow 
Crawford, David, surgeon. Main street, Bridgeton 
Crawford, David, wright, 72 Carrick street 
Crawford, Galbraith & Easton, calenderers & packers, 

24 Canon street 
Crawford, Geo. writer, 31 Virginia st. ho. 6 Regent st. 
Crawford, George, victualler, 127 High street 
Crawford, George, grocer, Dalmarnock road 
Crawford, George, cabinet maker, 385 Argyll street 
Crawford, George, spirit dealer, 88 Centre street 
Crawford, James, grocer, &c. 36 Clyde st. Anderston 
Crawfurd, James, surgeon, Burnside, Port-Dunda« 
Crawford, .James, saddler, 289 Quarrytown 
Crawford, James, merchant, 13 Montrose street 
Crawford, James, builder, 39 Crown street 



CRAWFORD CRICHTON. 83 



Crawford, J. cabinet maker, 60 Howard street 
Crawford, John, wright, 13 Little Hamilton street 
Crawford, John, S. dancing academy, St. George's pi. 

house 119 George street 
Crawford, John, victualler, 89 Car rick street 
Crawford, R. poulterer, 37 Prince's street 
Crawford, Thomas, of Crawford^ Galbraith 8)^ Eastoii, 

house 141 George street 
Crawford, W. G. Dean of Guild officer, 4 Steel street 
Crawford, William, surgeon, 51 Bridge street 
Crawford, William, seedsman, 3 Argyll arcade 
Crawford, William, & Son, wrights, 23 Portland st. 

Laurieston 
Crawford, Miss, straw hat maker, 220 High street 
Crawford, Miss, Langside. Letters left at 34 King st. 
CREE, David, shoemaker, 136 High street 
Cree, John, broker and ship agent, Virginia buildings, 

house St. George's road 
Cree, John, watchmaker, 155 Stockwell 
Cree, Robert, 59 Hutcheson street 
Cree, Robert, measurer, 136 High street 
Cree, Thomas, 59 Hutcheson street, ho. Surrey place 
Cree, William, & Co. manufacturers, Virginia build- 
ings, house 7 Nicholson street, Laurieston 
CRICHTON, Andrew, hatter, 54 Gallowgate 
Crichton, Andrew, scale and beam maker, 19 London 

street, works London lane 
Crichton, David, merchant, 24 Wilson street 
Crichton, James, chemical and philosophical instrument 

maker, 5 Charlotte street 
Crichton, John, shoemaker, 85 Main st. Anderston 
Crichton, John, shipping agent, 58 Buchanan street, 
Crichton, Robert, beam and scale maker, 60 High st. 
Crichton, Walter, scale & beam maker, 57 Gallowgate 
Crichton, William, agent for the London, Leith, Edin- 
burgh and Glasgow Shipping Co. 28 Queen street, 
house 3 North Wellington place 
Crichton, William, jun. merchant, 58 Buchanan street 
Crichton, Mrs. Robert, lodgings, 25 George square 
Crjchton, Mrs. lodgings, 5 Buchanan street 



84 CRIMBLY — CROSS. 

CRIMBLY, John, broker, 11 Miller place 
CROIL, Alex. & Co. merchants, 105 W. Regent st. 
Croil, Alexander, of Alexander Croil Sf Co. house 107 

West Regent street 
Croil, James, & Co. 138 West Bath street 
Croil, William, merchant, 29 Brunswick place, house 

9 Montague place 
Croil, Mrs. 138 West Bath street 
CROILEY, P. factor, ai Mrs. A. Wood's, 40, 42 and 

44 Bridgegate 
Croiley, Mrs. grocer, 233 George street 
CROMBIE, J. cotton spinner, 47 Main st. Anderston 
Crombie, John, victualler, 34 Cheapside street 
Crombie, Mrs. H. lodgings, 16 Bridge street 
CROOKS, John, surgeon-dentist, 21 Argyll street 
CRUIKSHANKS, Chas. wine and spirit vaults, 63 

Buchanan street, house 47 Gordon street 
Crmk&har\]i,M .at MuirAirk IronCo.'s,ho. 39Eglinton st. 
Cruikshanks, Wm. Adelphi spirit cellar, 1 GoA^an st. 
CROOM, John, merchant, 90 Bell street, house 5 

West George street 
CROSBIE, John, grocer, 117 Saltmarket 
Crosbie, John, spirit dealer, 47 King street 
Crosbie, Robert, grocer, &c. 69 Nelson st. Ttadeston 
CROSS, A. seedsman, 17 Gallow. ho. 1 1 Monteith row 
Cross, Alex, manufacturer, 127 Brunswick street 
Cross, Andrew, of Tayler 8^ Cross^ house Garnethill 
Cross, David, grocer. Nelson street, Tradeston 
Cross, James, portioner, 41 Adelphi street 
Cross, James, grocer, &c. 77 Clyde street, Anderston 
Cross & Jamieson, writers, 11 Miller street 
Cross, John, furnishing shop, 242 Gallowgate 
Cross, John, brazier and tinsmith, 52 New st. Calton 
Cross, John, & Co. merchants, 100 Buchanan street 
Cross, Neil, of Cross 8f Jamieson, ho. 1 West Bath st. 
Cross, Richard, & Co. rope makers, 371 Argyll street 
Cross, R. furnishing shop, 191 High street 
Cross, William, spirit dealer, 42 Gallowgate 
Cross, William, of Dennistoun, M' Gregor 8^ Co. ho. 
81 Bath street 



CROWN — CUNNINGHAM. 85 

Crown Life Insurance Office, 57 Brunswick street. 

J. Storrie, agent 
CRUDEN, George, haberdasher, 195 Gallowgate 
CRUM, Humphry E. of J. ^ W, Crum 8^ Co. house 

141 West Bath street 
Crum, James, tea merchant, 50 Wilson street, house 

33 St Andrew street 
Crum, James, jun. & Co. 51 Cochran street 
Crum, J. & W. calico printers and bleachers, 51 

Cochran street, works Thornliebank 
CUBIE, Adam, Wellington Pottery, 602 Gallowgate, 

house Comely park 
CUD DIE, John, spirit dealer, 2 Go van street 
Culcreuch Cotton Company, 26 Ingram street 
CULLEN & Fullerton, writers, 20 Brunswick place 
Cullen, James, baker, 44 Adelphi street 
Cullen & Stewart, thread manufacts. works Savoy st. 
Cullen, Thomas, grocer, &c. 20 Green street, Calton 
Cullen, Mrs. Lord of the Isles tavern, 222 Bromielaw 
Cullen, M. straw hat maker, 133 Great Hamilton st. 
CUMIN, Dr. William, 13 Gordon street 
Cumine, Archibald, & Co. merchants, 67 Trongate 
Cumins, John, & Co. manufacturers, St. David's court, 

16 Canon street, house 29 Montrose street 
Cummin, Joseph, tavern and oyster ho. 125 Trongate 
Cumine, W. T. of Archibald Cumine 8f Co. house 44 

North Frederick street 
Cumming, Henry, clothier, 18 Glassford street 
Cumming, Hugh, spirit dealer, 1 Caltonmouth 
Cumming, J. writer, Commissioner of the Court of 

Kink's Bench, Ireland, 37 Glassford street, house 38 

Duke street 
Cumming, J. H. bookseller, 60 Broomielaw 
Cumming, Peter, wholesale Scotch warehouse, 24 Lon- 
don street, house above 
Cummin, William, tea dealer. 111 High street 
Cumming, Mrs. lodgings, 31 College street 
Cumming, Mrs. milliner, 13 Argyll arcade 
I Cumming, Miss, 97 West Regent street 
' CUNNINGHAM, A. victualler. Main st. Bridgeton 



86 CUNNINGHAM — CURTIS. 

Cunning-ham, Archibald, grocer, 148 Argyll street 
Cunningham, C. grocer, &c. 42 Howard street 
Cunningham, David, surgeon, 42 Struthers street 
Cunningham, George, of Cunningham S^ Nicohon, ho. 

Rose street, Garnethill 
Cunningham, John, baker, 324 Gallowgate 
Cunningham, John, baker, 54 Bell street 
Cunningham, John, broker, 29 Great Hamilton street 
Cunninghame, John, bookseller and stationer, agent for 

the Caledonian Insurance Co. 12 Queen street 
Cunningham, John, coffee toaster, 16 Gibson street 
Cunningham & Nicolson, writers, Virginia buildings 
Cunningham, Robert, tailor, 3 Green street, Calton 
Cunningham, Thomas, surgeon, 2 Portugal st. Lauries- 

ton, and 31 Centre street, Tradeston 
Cunningham, William, writer, 21 Stockwell place 
Cunningham, Wm. teacher of music, 36 Howard st. 
Cunningham, W. &: R. & Co. spirit merchants, 86 

Glassford street 
Cunningham, Miss M. grocer, 312 Gallowgate 
Cunningham, Miss, dress maker, 56 Howard street 
CURLE, Robert, silk mercer, 6 Argyll street, house 

6 Monteith row 
CURR, Michael, victualler, 223 High street 
CURRAN, Henry, broker, 27 Great Hamilton street 
CURRIE, Alexander, jun. baker, 1 Kirk street 
Currie, Alexander, plane maker, 89 Union street 
Currie, Duncan, spirit dealer, 17 Union street 
Currie, H. baker & spirit dealer, 133 Canning st. Calton 
Currie, James, grocer, &c. Dale street, Bridgeton 
Currie, J. spirit dealer, 102 Bridgegate 
Currie, John, smith and machine maker, Mitchell st, 
Currie, John, spirit dealer, 69 Bridgegate 
Currie, Malcolm, accountant, 60 Maxwell street 
Curry, Mrs. A. dress maker, 19 Brunswick place 
Currie, Mrs. spirit dealer, 27 St. Ninian street 
Currie, Mrs. lodgings, 9 South Hanover street 
CURRIER, Geo. pastry baker, 3 St. Andrew's lane 
CURTIS, Richard, pawnbroker, 43 Trongate 
Curtis,R.jun. musical instrument maker,St.Andrew'sla. 



CUSTOM DALGLISH. 87 

Custom House, 22 St, Enoch square. D. V. M'Murdo, 

collector 
CUTHBERT, John, Ayr carrier and fish dealer, 38 

Miller place, 3 Green market entry, & 120 Queen st. 
CUTHBERTSON, Allan, accountant, 242 George st. 

house 188 St. Vincent street 
Cuthbertson, David, thread maker, 13 Stirling street 
Cuthbertson, Donald, accountant, 242 George st. house 

188 St. Vincent street 
Cuthbertson, James, of Wm. Gilmour 8f Co, 9 London 

street, house Provanside 
Cuthbertson, John, mercht. 61 Portland st. Laurleston 
Cuthbertson, Thomas, iron merchant, 18 Jackson st. 

house 133 West Bath street 
Cuthbertson & Tweedies, ironmongers, 108 Argyll st. 
Cuthbertson, William, of Cuthbertson 8)- Tweedies, ho. 

5 Moore place, West George street 

D 
DALE, Ambrose, & Co. glass, china and wedgewood 

ware rooms, 128 Argyll street 
Dale, James, merchant, 86 Miller st. ho. 140 Camp- 
bell street, West Bath street 
Dale, Peter, brass founder, 422 Argyll street 
Dale, Miss, dress maker, 38 James street, Calton 
DALGLISFI, A. S. ofR. Dalglish, Falconer 8^ Co. ho. 

25 St. Vincent place 
Dalglish, Adam, grocer, 28 Stobcross street 
Dalglish, Dick & Co. soap and candle manufacturers, 
4 and 6 Garthland street, works Port-Dundas road 
Dalglish, George, & Co. 135 Buchanan street 
Dalglish, George, of George Dalglish S^ Co. house 85 

West St. Vincent street 
Dalglish, James, of J. Sf J. Dalglish, house 103 West 

St. Vincent street 
Dalglish, John, of J. 8^ J. Dalglish, house 85 West 

St. Vincent street 
Dalglish, J. & J. manufacturers, 74 Buchanan street 
Dalglish, Robert, Falconer & Co. Lennoxmill Print- 
field, warehouse 27 Ingram street 



DALGLISH — DAVIDSON. 



Dalglish, Robert, of R. Dalglish, Falconer 8^ Co. house 

25 St. Vincent plate 
Dalglish, William, merchant, 21 St. Vincent street 
Dalglish, William, iron merchant, Hill st. Garnethill 
DALLAS, Peter, manufacturer, 27 Wilson street 
DALRYMPLE, Alexander, baker, 288 High street 
Dalrymple D. & N. M'Gilp, writers, 33 Ingram street 
DALMUIR Paper Warehouse, 48 Virginia street 
Dalmuir Soda Co. at Charles Todd's, 102 Virginia st. 
DALSHOLM Paper Warehouse, 22 Bell street 
Dalsholm Printfield Warehouse, 19 South Hanover st, 
DALTON, Wm. saw maker, 8 Surrey st. Laurieston 
DALZIEL, Alexander, builder, 26 Blackfriar street 
Dalziel, James, agent, 62 Argyll street 
Dalziel, Captain James, Robertson street 
Dalziel, John, yarn merchant, 119 Brunswick street, 

house Park place. Paisley road 
DARNLEY, James, manufacturer, 40 Giassford st. 
DARSIE, Jas. provision & spirit dealer, 13 George st. 
DAVIE, Jas. & Son, haberdashers, &c. 110 Argyll st. 
Davie, Mark, spirit dealer, 75 Stobcross st. Anderston 
Davie, Wm. writer, town clerks* chambers, house 2 

Greenhill place 
DAVIS, D. optical & mathematical instrument maker, 

98 Trongate, house 96 
Davis, James, china warehouse, 59 King street, Calton 
Davis, John, grocer and spirit dealer, 38 Adelphi st. 
Davis, P. cabinet maker, 85 Rottenrow 
Davis, R. H. & Co. woollen merchants, 67 Argyll st. 
Davis, Z. Wright, 1 6 Portland street, house 29 
Davis, Mrs. blacking manufacturer, 83 Rottenrow 
DAVIDSON, Allan, victualler, 296 High street 
Davidson, Archibald, tavern, south side George square 
Davidson, Douglas, smith, 366 Argyll street 
Davidson, James, teller, Thistle bank 
Davidson, James, super, of fire engines, 76 Bell street 
Davidson, Jas. & Co. manufacts. 22 So. Frederick stv 
Davidson, James, of James Davidson 8^ Co. house 38 

St Vincent place 
Davidson, James, boot maker, 72 Argyll street 



DAVIDSON — DENNY. 89 

Davidson, John, flesher, 101 Main street, Gorbals 
Davidson, John, ship agent, 4 St. Enoch square 
Davidson, Robert, paper and cotton waste merchant, 

32 Miller street 
Davidson, Robert, victualler, Reid street, Bridgeton 
Davidson, Thomas, tailor, 3 New street, Calton 
Davidson, Thomas, teacher, M'Lauchlan's free school, 

head of John street 
Davidson, Dr. Wm. 69 London street 
Davidson, Wm. jun. boot & shoemaker, 43 Adelphi st. 
Davidson, Wm. of Hill S^ Davidson, ho. 38 George sq. 
Davidson, Mrs. straw hat maker, 4 Guildry court 
Davidson, Misses, 41 St. Vincent place 
DAWSON, Alexander, yarn merchant, 58 Brunswick 

street, house 7 Regent street 
Dawson, E. C. surgeon, 132 Stockwell 
Dawson, Henry, agent for CarronCo. 131 Buchanan st. 
Dawson, James, Greyfriar Church beadle, 25 Inkle 

Factory lane 
Dawson, John, jun. brassfounder, 35 Hutcheson street 
Dawson, ,J. & J. & Co. brassfounders, 62 Old venal 
Dawson, Lewis, jun. manufact. 16 Brunswick lane 
Dawson, M. glazier and window cleaner, 33 Old wynd 
DAYER, Mrs. candle shop, 80 King st. Tradeston 
Deaf and Dumb Seminary, Parson st. Barony glebe, 

Duncan Anderson, teacher 
DEAKIN, James, button factor, &c. 17 Hutcheson st. 

house 59 West Nile street 
DEANS, D. D. collector's office, Port-Dundas 
Deans, & Co, dyers and renovators, 71 Great Clyde st. 
Deans, John, grain weigher, &c. 136 Broomielaw 
Deans, William, Lieut, and Adjutant, 23 Clyde place 
DEANSTON CO. James Finlay & Co. 55 Queen st. 
DEMPSTER, John, merchant, 5 South Hanover st. 
Dempster, William, shoemaker, 4 Tureen street 
DENNY, Alexander, o/D. Sf A. Denny S^ Co. house 

137 West Regent street 
Denny, D. & A. Co. merchants, 23 Miller street 
Denny, James, linen merchant, 3 St. Margaret place 
Denny, J. O. Glasgow Water Co.'s office, 13 Queen st. 
h2 



90 DEJJNISfOUN— DICK* 

DENNISTOUN, Buchanan & Co. merchants, 93 

Candleriggs 
Dennistoun, George, at G. 8^ A. Buchanan 8^ Co.'s 
Dennistoiin, J. R. of Dennistoun, McGregor S^ Co* 

house 16 Abercromby place 
Dennistoun, Jas. & Alex, merchants, 7 Montrose st. 
Dennistoi3n, James, banker, 12 Ingram street 
Dennistoun, John, & Co. cotton spinners, 7 Montrose st. 
Dennistoun, John, of J. 8^ A. Dennistoun, ho. Golf hill 
Dennistoun, M'Gregor&Co. merchts. 107 Buchanan st. 
Dennistoun, Richard, Kelvingrove. Letters left at 

Campbell, Rivers & Co.'s 
Dennistoun, Robert, at Dennistoun, Wt Gregor 8^ Cos. 

house 16 Abercromby place 
Dennistoun, William, house Kelvingrove 
DENOVAN, Alexander, at Robert Kinnear 8^ Cos. 
Donovan, John, beadle of St. George's Church, 20 

Stockwell place 
DERBY, Mrs. straw hat maker, 32 Buns wynd 
Derby, Mrs. H. flesher, 27 George street 
DEVELIN, Edward, nailer, 7 Kirk street 
Develin, Patrick, jeweller, 61 Trongate 
DEWAR, Alex. & Co. grocers and tea merchants, 18 

Argyll street, and 205 High street 
Dewar, A. of Alex, Dewar 8^ Co. house 29 College st. 
Dewar, Charles, bookseller and stationer, 181 High st. 
Dewar, Rev. Dr. house Garnethill 
Dewar, John at Alexander Dewar 8^ Co.'s 
Dewar, John, victualler, 3 Nelson street, Tradeston 
DICK, Alexander, mason, 105 Stockwell 
Dick, Alexander, clothier, 98 Queen street 
Dick, Alexander, writer, 73 Hutcheson street 
Dick, Alexander, jun. writer, 37 Glassford street 
Dick, Alexander, land-measuring chain & safety lamp 

maker, 101 Bridgegate 
Dick & Allan, stave and veneer sawyers, 78 Queen st. 
Dick, George, lime and stone merchant, house Dick's 

buildings, 57 Sauchiehall road 
Dick, G. C. & Co. manufacturers, 13 Montrose street, 

house Cambridge street 



DICK — DICKSON. 91 

Dick, Hugh, flesher, 4 Stevenson street 

Dick, James, builder, Garnethill 

Dick, Jaraes, grocer, 4 Balmanno street 

Dick, James, royal bank, house Bank buildings, entry 

by the worth side 
Dick, Jaraes, at D. &; H. Ingliss, 43 Montrose street 
Dick, James, & Co. haberdashers, 181 Trongate 
Dick, James, of James Dick 8^ Co. ho. 11 Stockwell pi. 
Dick, Rev. Dr. John, 45 North Hanover street 
Dick, John, surgeon, 2 London st. ho. 40 Charlotte st. 
Dick, .John, wine and spirit cellars, Antigua place, house 

118 Union street 
Dick, John, vintner, 80 Trongate 
Dick, M. J. broker, 47 Canning street 
Dick, Mathew, of Dalglish, Dick 8^ Co. 
Dick, Peter, of W. S^ P. Dick S^ Co. ho. 4 Monteith row 
Dick, Peter, baker, 170 Argyll street 
Dick, Richard, merchant, 4 and 6 Garthland street 
Dick, ^oht. of J. 4" A. Demiistoun, ho. 10 William st. 
Dick, Robert, merchant, 4 and 6 Garthland street 
Dick, Robert, tobacconist, 5 London street 
Dick, Robert, grocer, 299 Argyll street 
Dick, Walter, of W. 8^ P. Dick c^^ Co. ho. 88 John st. 
Dick, Wm. victualler, 11 Adelphi street 
Dick, Wm. wholesale provision merchant, 16 Bazar 
Dick, William, merchant, house 179 Argyll street 
Dick, William, spirit dealer, 56 Green street, Calton 
Dick, W. & P. & Co. shawl warehouse, 33 Candleriggs 
Dick, Mrs. Thos. straw hat maker, 36 East Clyde st. 
DICKIE, John, grocer, 33 M'Kechnie street 
Dickie, William, skinner, 24 Clyde terrace 
DICKSON, Alexander, tailor. Main street, Bridgeton 
Dickson, Alexander, dairyman, 41 Little Dovehill 
Dickson, James, chimney sweeper, 14 New Wynd 
Dickson, James, leather merchant, 40 Prince's street, 

and 52 Saltmarket 
Dickson, James, brewer and spirit dealer, 82 Great 

Hamilton street, and 21 Tureen street 
Dickson, James, hosier, 117 George street 
Dickson, John, coal and iron agent, 53 Maxwell street 



92 DICKSON — DOCHERTY. 

Dickson, John, eating house, 66 Bridgegate 
Dickson, I'eter, dairyman, 34 M'Kechnie street 
Dickson, R. & Co. fishmongers, 54 King street 
Dickson, Robert, shoemaker, 4 Cheapside st. Anderston 
Dickson, Thomas, sheriff-officer, at King 8^ GemmilVs, 

house 97 Brown street 
Dickson, William, confectioner, 64 Gallowgate 
Dilettanti Rooms, Argyll arcade 
DINGWALL, John, spirit dealer, 27 Stevenson st. 
Dingwall, W. Letters left at J. Brown's, 3 1 Argyll st. 
DINNING, John, writer, 50 Bridge street 
Dinning, Wm. messenger at arms, ^^ Miller street 
DINWIDDIE, A. chairmaster, commissary officer, and 

constable, 187 Trongate 
Dinwoodie, Mrs. Stirling's road, corner of Weaver st. 
DIVAN, New market, Buchanan street 
DIXON, A. & Co. manufacturers. West Ingram ct. 
Dixon, Adam, of Adam Dixon <^ Co. house Lochend, 

Sauchiehall road 
Dixon, Angus, baker and spirit dealer, 12 Portugal st. 
Dixon, Jacob, & Co, bottle makers, 69 Great Clyde st. 
Dixon, T. of Bannerman 8^ Dixon^ house 5 Wind- 
sor place 
Dixon, W^illiam, Calder iron and coal office, and Govan 

colliery office, 37 Glassford street 
Dixon, William, & Co. cotton spinners, West Ingram 

court, works Clydebank 
Dixon, Miss,gardener,NewTown market & 21Drygate 
DOBIE, James, writer, 19 South Hanover street 
Dobbie, James, spirit dealer. Old Gallowgate toll 
Dobie, Peter, hair dresser, 51 Nelson street 
Dobbie, Samuel, chimney sweeper, 70 Stockwell 
Dobbie, Thomas, watchmaker, 51 Adelphi street 
Dobbie, Thomas, spirit dealer, 492 Gallowgate 
Dobbie, William, & Co. plumbers, 34 North Albion 

street, house 36 Bridgegate 
Dobson, Thomas, broker, 54 King street, Calton 
Dobson, William, stocking dresser, 132 Canning street 
DOCHARTY, A. chimney sweeper, 25 Old wynd 
Docherty, John, broker, 129 Old wynd 






DOCHARTY— DONALDSON. 93 



Docharty, Richard, grocer, 52 Clyde st. Anderston 

DODDS, Archibald, smith. North street 

Dodd, Edward, spirit dealer, 3 Spoutmouth 

Dodd, Peter, & Co. ham curers and provision merchts. 

31 Hutcheson street and 14 St. Enoch's wynd 
Dodd, Wm. of Peter Dodd S^ Co. house 127 Argyll st. 
DOIG, James, spirit dealer, 68 Havannah 
DON, Jas. beadle of Outer High Church, 9 Kirk lane 
DONALD, C. Dunlop, writer, 37 Virginia street, ho, 

30 St. Enoch square 
Donald, David, dairyman, 63 Centre street 
Donald, G. silk, &c. commission wareho. 190 Trongate 
Donald, John, lace warehouse, 13 Hutcheson street 
Donald, John, wright, Dalmarnock road 
Donald, John, grocer, &c. 27 Bedford street 
Donald, John, flesher, 76 Canning street 
Donald, Walter, spirit dealer, 10 Eglinton street 
DONALDSON, Alexander, tailor, 33 John street 
Donaldson, Alexander, Royal Bank, ho. Edwin place 
Donaldson, A. drawing master, 270 George street 
Donaldson, A. surgeon, 121 High st. ho. 50 Graeme st. 
Donaldson, Angus, grocer, Dalmarnock road 
Donaldson, Charles, carpet factory, Port-Eglinton 
Donaldson, David, fish merchant, 70 Argyll street 
Donaldson, J. & Co. cotton brokers, 25 So. Hanover st. 
Donaldson, James, sen. 33 George's square 
Donaldson, James, jun. slater, house 89 John street 
Donaldson, Jas. of James Croil 8^ Co. ho. Middleton, 

Paisley road 
Donaldson, James, of James Donaldson S^ Co. house 

27 West St. Vincent street 
Donaldson, James, of Robertson, Donaldson 8^ Dougal, 

house 98 George street 
Donaldson, Jas. & John, slate merchants, 9 Oswald st. 
Donaldson, J. of J. 8^ J. Donaldson, ho. 278 Argyll st. 
Donaldson, John, baker & spirit dealer, 55 Jamaica st. 
Donaldson, Robert, grocer, &c. 203 High street 
Donaldson, Samuel, starcher, 12 George st. Mile-end 
Donaldson, William, at Culcreuch Co.'s 26 Ingram st. 
Donaldson, Misses, dress makers, 13 Tobago street 



94t DONNELLY DOUGLAS. 

DONNELLY, John, tailor, 16 Main st. Anderston 

Donnely, Mrs. spirit dealer, 22 Market street 

DORSE Y, A. D. teacher, 6 Croy place 

Dorsey, Mrs. seminary for young- ladies, 6 Croy place 

DOUGALL, Andrew, 227 Gallowgate 

Dougall, Andvv. & Co. spirit dealers, 147 Gallowgate 

Dougall, James, spirit dealer, 42 Kirk street, Calton 

Dougall, James, spirit dealer, Dalmarnock road 

Dougall, John, fish hook maker, 177 Trongate 

Dougall, John, victualler, 59 Kirk street, Calton 

Dougall, John, at J. Sf J. Wilsons, 207 Argyll street 

Dougal, John, spirit dealer and stabler, 8 Gibson st. 

Dougal, John, gardener. Green market 

Dougal, J. & J. fishing and fowling tackle maker, 52 

Argyll arcade 
Dougal, Patrick, house 45 Union street 
Dougal, Patrick, jun. of Robertson, Donaldson 8^ Dou- 
gal, house 45 Union street 
Dougall, Robert, furnishing shop. Main st. Bridgeton 
Dougal, R. & Co. grocers and fruiterers, 140 Trongate 
Dougall, William, at Patrick Thomsons, 176 Trongate 
Dougall, Mrs. spirit cellar, 53 New street, Calton 
Dougall, Mrs. dress maksr, 34 Maxwell street 
DOUGAN, John, wheelwright, 1 1 7 Great Hamilton st. 
Dougan, Neil, teacher, 20 Sister street 
DOUGHERTY, D. jeweller, 53 and 57 Trongate 
Dougherty, John, grocer & spirit dealer, Cowcaddens 
Dougherty, Michael, broker, 21 Goosedubs 
DOUGLAS, Andrew, furnishing shop, Coburg street 
Douglas, Archibald, of J. T. 8^ A. Douglas 8f Co. ho. 

Bredisholme 
Douglas, Charles, silk and cotton dyer, 62 Old venal 
Douglas, D. grocer, &c. 214 Broomielaw 
Douglas, George, lead merchant and plumber, 118 

Argyll street, liouse 77 Buchanan street 
Douglas, George, reed maker, 20 Candleriggs 
Douglas, Hugh, merchant, 21 Carlton place 
Douglas, Hugh, surgeon. Main street, Bridgeton 
Douglas, J. T. & A. & Co. merchants, 52 George sq. 
Douglas, James, writer, 48 George square 



DOUGLAS — DOWNIE. 95 

Douglas, James, slater, 71 New wynd 
Douglas, James, measurer, 90 Argyll street 
Douglas, J. Campbell, writer, ^ factor on Blythswood 
estate, 81 St. George place, house 67 St. Vincent st. 
Douglas, John, writer, 73 Hutcheson st, ho. 13 Bath st. 
Douglas, John, stripe & check manufacturer, 7 High st. 
Douglas, John, wright, 99 Canning street 
Douglas, Patrick, renovator, 88 Gallowgate, and 8 

St. Mango's lane 
Douglas, Peter, spirit dealer, 12 Wood lane 
Douglas, Thomas D. merchant and insurance broker, 

Royal Exchange, house 1 Blythswood place 
Douglas, Capt. R. of the Waverly, 4 M' Alpine street 
Douglas, Mrs. stoneware dealer, 10 and 14 Jail square 
Douglas, Mrs. lodgings, 108 Argyll street 
Douglas, Mrs. 48 George square 
DOUGHTIE, George, dyer, 422 Argyll street 
DOUIE, Robert, grammar school, house Garnethill 
DOVE, John, spirit dealer, 300 High street 
Dove, John, agent, 19 Virginia street 
DOW, Alexander, wine and spirit dealer, 79 Bridge- 
gate and 218 High street 
Dow, Andrew, writer, 49 Ingram street, house Cess- 
nock, Renfrew road 
Dow, Andrew, brush maker, 148 Trongate 
Dow, Charles, spirit dealer, 334 Gallowgate 
Dow, Couper & Young, writers, 49 Ingram street 
Dow, James, beadle, 9 Kirk lane 
Dow, James, grocer, 134 Argyll street 
Dow, James, grocer, 35 Shuttle street 
Dow, John, bookseller, 165 High street 
Dow, John, brush maker, 139 Trongate 
Dow, Sam. spirit eels. 133 Stockwell & 98 Bridgegate 
Dow, Samuel, jun. spirit dealer, 83 Saltmarket 
DOWIE, David, grocer, 15 Crown street 
Dowie, John, rope maker, 161 Duke street 
DOWNIE, Alex. & John, merchants, 48 Queen st, 
Downie, Daniel, spirit dealer, 17 Old wynd 
Downie, David, grocer, 25 Rutherglen loan 
Downie, James, silversmith, 17 Buns wynd 



96 DOWNIE DRTJMMOND. 



Downie, John, jun. of A. 8^ J. Downie, house 23 

Blythswood square 
Downie, John, grocer, 45 and 46 Maxwell street 
Downie, William, farrier, 43 Gallowgate 
Downie, W. smith, 47 Back wynd 
Downie, Mrs. lodgings, 26 George street 
DOWNS, James, haker, 27 King street, Calton 
DRASHER, J. german clock maker, 365 Argyll st. 
DREGHORN,D.agent«& accountant, 20 Brunswick pi. 
DREW, James, writer, 109 Argyll street 
Drew, John, japanner and clock dial manufacturer, 17 

Moodie's court 
Drew, John, at Brown 8^ Reid's 

Drew, J. general agent & ship hroker, 24 Robertson st. 
Drew, John, spirit dealer, Jackson street 
Drew, John, furniture warehouse, 147 Saltmarket 
Drew, Peter, victualler, 132 Bridgegate 
Drew, Robert, dairyman, 49 Coburg lane 
Drew, R. S. at James Boyd 8^ Cos, 36 Ingram street 
Drew, William, tinplate worker, brassfounder, copper- 
smith, &c. 66 Wilson st. works Little Hamilton st. 
Drew, William, surgeon, 8 Virginia street, house 32 

North Frederick street 
Drew, Miss, dress and corset maker, 33 Tr on gate 
DRISCOL, John, & Co. clothiers, 133 Buchanan st. 
Driscol, J. of J. Driscol 8^ Co. house 133 Buchanan st. 
DRUMMOND, Andrew, tailor, 6 Saltmarket 
Drummond & Corbet, warehousemen, 6 Saltmarket 
Drummond, David, grocer, 3 St. Ninian street 
Drummond, James, spirit dealer, 18 Canon street 
Drummond, James, G. musician, 52 Glassford street 
Drummond, James, spirit dealer, 51 Bridgegate 
Drummond, James, qf Drummond 8^ Corbett, house 16 

Adelphi street 
Drummond, James, of Allan Clark, jun. 8^ Co. house 

42 North Frederick street 
Drummond, John, lamp contractor, 7 South Albion st. 
Drummond, John, spirit dealer, 151 Main street 
Drummond, John, surgeon, 280 Argyll street, ho. 267 
Drummond, John, boot and shoemaker, 3 Pitt street 



DRUMMOND — DUFF. 97 

Drummond, Robert, grocer, 46 Argyll street 
Drummond, Robert, grocer, 22 Merchant lane 
Drummond, Walter, at Ilurlet 8^ Campsie Alum Cos. 

Union place 
Drummond, William, tailor, 38 Trongate 
Drummond, Wm. blacking manufacturer, 28 Drygate 

and 7 Candleriggs 
Drummond, Wm, spirit dealer. Muslin st. Bridgeton 
Drummond, Mrs. grocer, 50 Bell street 
Drummond, Mrs. spirit dealer, 10 Muirbead street 
Drummond, Mrs. straw hat maker, 9 Oxford street 
Drummond, Misses E. and C. dress makers, 42 North 

Frederick street 
Drummond, Marjory, mangling and glazing works, 

62 Glassford street 
DRUMPELLER Coal Office, 19 South Hanover st. 
DRURY, Wm. surgeon, lunatic asylum, Garngadhill 
DRYNAN, Wm. & Co. silk mercers, 95 Trongate 
Drynan, William, of William, Drynan 8^ Co. house 

109 Candleriggs 
DRYSDALE, Alexander, grocer, 87 Gallowgate 
Drysdale, Alexander & Thomas, Italian warehouse, 70 

Buchanan street, house 51 Bath street 
Drysdale, Andrew, coppersmith. Union pi. Anderston 
Drysdale, David, beadle, 46 Campbell street 
Drysdale, James, & Co. agents, 30 Turner's court 
Drysdale, John, jun. spirit dealer. Little street 
Drysdale, John, agent, Qi'o Stevenson street, Calton 
Drysdale, John, baker, 29 Bedford street 
Drysdale, John, sheriff-clerk, 60 Stockwell 
Drysdale, Walter, baker, 6 Weaver street 
Drysdale, Wm. dairyman, 18 Brown st. Brownfield 
DUCHRASS, A. confectioner, 120 Gallowgate 
DUFF, Alex. Greenock mail guard, 34 Turner's court 
Duff, George, painter, 89 Gallowgate 
Duff, Henry, teacher, 36 Thistle street 
Duff, John, silk dyer, 51 John street 
Duff, Robert, merchant,, Morrison's court 
Duff, Thomas, spindle maker, 32 Sidney street 
Duff, Miss, Ann, dress maker, 70 Stockwell 



98 DUGGAN DUNCAN. 

DUGGAN, James, Anderston bottle works 
DUKE Street Spinning Co. works 78 Duke street 
DUMBARTON Crown Glass Warehouse, 81 Tron- 

gate. James M'CuUy 
Dumbarton Glass Work Co. at Glasgow Bottle Works, 

Great Clyde street. P. Bell, manager 
DUMBRECK, John, skinner, &c. 58 New wynd 
DUNBAR, John, spirit dealer, 50 New wynd 
Dunbar, T. hat warehouse, 105 Trongate, house 124 
DUNCAN, A. & J. & Co. calico printers, 74 Buchanan 

street, and Ruth venfi eld, Perth 
Duncan, Alex, at William Dimns, 93 Ingram street 
Duncan, A. tinsmith. Main street, Bridgeton 
Duncan, A. teacher of Englishand music, 96 George st, 
Duncan, A. & Son, quill manufacturers, 190 Trongate 
Duncan, Archibald, grocer, 13 Govan street 
Duncan, George, jun. upholsterer and cabinet ware- 
house, 75 Buchanan street, house same 
Duncan, Henry B. of James Kerr S^ Co. house 18 

Great Clyde street 
Duncan, J. & A. clothiers, 20 Miller street 
Duncan, James, of A. S) J. Duncan &^ Co. Ruthven- 

iield, house 306 Greenhill place 
Duncan, James, of J. 8^ A. Duncan, house Hopepark 
Duncan, James, coal agent, 402 Gallowgate 
Duncan, James, shoemaker, 55 Main street, Anderston 
Duncan, James, cutler, 25 New street, Calton v 

Duncan, James, spirit dealer, 56 Carrick street 
Duncan, J. baker and spirit dealer, Dalmarnock road 
Duncan, James J. West of Scotland insurance offi(^, 3 

South Frederick street, house Blochearn 
Duncan, J. W. Thistle Bank 
Duncan, John, grocer, 5 North Clyde street 
Duncan, John, jun. spirit dealer, 3 North Clyde street 
Duncan, John, baker, 173 Trongate 
Duncan, John, shoemaker, 8 Canning street 
Duncan, John, & Co. agents, 55 Bell street 
Duncan, John, baker, &c. 21 Little street, Calton 
Duncan, John, of Smellie, Duncan 8^ Co. 
Duncan, John, museum tavern, 44 Jamaica street 



DUNCAN — DUNLOP. 99 



Duncan, John, tobacconist, 170 Broomielaw 
Duncan, John, jun. merchant, 47 North Hanover st. 
Duncan, John, hardware merchant, 14 Saltmarket 
Duncan, John, baker. Union court, Argyll street 
Duncan, Richd. cashier of Thistle bank, 22 Virginia st. 
Duncan, Robert, shoemaker, 41 New wynd 
Duncan, Robert, stringing maker, 41 New wynd 
Duncan, Thos. of Wilson &<; Duncan, house Fife place 
Duncan, William, provision merchant, 80 Candleriggs 
Duncan, William, confectioner, 51 London street 
Duncan, William, cooper, 46 Canning street 
Duncan, William, Ship Bank, 1 8 Great Clyde street 
Duncan, Mrs. G. tea dealer, 98 George street 
Duncan, Mrs. grocer, 69 Hutcheson street 
DUNCANSON, Alex, baker, 61 Glassford street 
Duncanson, Edward, slater, 87 Nelson st. Tradeston 
Duncanson, John, flesher, 5 Mutton market and 61 St. 

George place, house Bridgegate 
Dundee Fire Office, 63 Virginia street. Andrew 

Moody, agent 
DUNFERMLINE table linen warehouse, 76 Bell st. 
DUNLOP, Q,.ofJ,Dunlop8^Sons,\\o. Gateside, Neilston 
Dunlop, Colin, Clyde Iron, Fuliarton and Hamilton 

Farm Coal Office, 157 Trongate 
Dunlop, Gilbert, spirit dealer, 44 Main street, Gorbals 
Dunlop, H. of Jas. Dunlop 8^ SonSy ho. Clareraont pi. 
Dunlop, James, agent, 25 South Albion street 
Dunlop, James, vintner, 139 Gallowgate 
Dunlop, Jas. merchant. Letters left at 23 Glassford st. 
Dunlop, James, & Sons, cotton spinners, 86 Miller st. 

and 91 Virginia street 
Dunlop, James, spirit cellars, 33 Adelphi street 
Dunlop, James, merchant, 50 Regent street 
Dunlop, J. victualler, &c, 48 Crown st. Hutchesontown 
Dunlop, J. teacher, 16 Cheapside street 
Dunlop, John, writer, 17 Brunswick place 
Dunlop, Robert, smallware dealer, 11 Brunswick pi. 
Dunlop, Robert, spirit cellar, 46 Saltmarket 
Dunlop, William, of James Dunlop S^ Sons, ho. Broom- 
ward cottage, Calton 



100 DUNLOP — DYMOCK. 

Dunlop, William, tailor, 44 Trongate 
Dunlop, Mrs. mangier, 57 Prince's street 
Dunlop, Mrs. house Claremont place 
Dunlop, Miss, dressmaker, 14 Buchanan street 
DUNN, Allan, baker, 4 Clyde place 
Dunn, Allan, spirit dealer, 20 Tobago street 
Dunn, Archibald, spirit dealer, 49 King st. Tradeston 
Dunn, David, flesher, 34 King street 
Dunn, George, & Co. wrights, 25 Hospital street 
Dunn, James, spirit dealer, 61 King street, Calton 
Dunn, James, spirit dealer, 44 Kirk street, Calton 
Dunn, James, lozenge maker, 25 St. Andrew street 
Dunn, James, baker, 21 Go van street 
Dunn, J. grocer, 34 College street, Brownfield 
Dunn, John, spirit dealer, 29 Main street, Calton 
Dunn, John, spirit dealer, 76 Kirk street, Calton 
Dunn, John, flesher, 9 Mutton market. King street 
Dunn, William, teacher, 17 Coburg lane 
Dunn, William, counting-house and cotton yarn ware- 
house, 93 Ingram street, machine works 110 High 
John street, house 42 St. Vincent place 
Dunn, Miss E. furnishing shop, 50 Carrick street 
DUNNING & McCartney, messengers at arms, 20 

Miller street 
DUNSHIE, Adam, tailor, 27 King street 
DUNSMORE, James, victualler, 71 High street 
Dunsmore, Jas. fish dealer, 2 Fish market, King street 
DUNNETT, W. teacher of elocution, 34 Brunswick pi. 
DURHAM, Mrs. eating house, 86 Bell street 
DURIE, John, teacher, 44 Stobcross street 
Durie, William, spirit dealer, Port-Dundas 
Durie, Mrs. druggist, 61 Main street, Anderston 
DURNING, Thomas, smith, 28 Saltmarket 
Durning, T. smith and broker, 10 Miller's place 
DYKES, John, victualler, 415 Argyll street 
Dykes, M'Alister & Co. manufacturers, 62 Queen st. 
Dykes, Thomas, Oatlands, Little Govan 
Dykes, Mrs. lodgings, 109 Argyll street 
DYMOCK, John, L. L. D. grammar school, house 53 
North Hanover street 



EADIE — EDINBURGH. 101 



E 



EADIE, Jas. at J. S^ J. WrigMs, Virginia buildings 
Eadie, John, grocer, 3 Puddock row, Gorbals 
Eadie, Rev. John, teacher of languages, 32 Bun'swynd 
Eadie, Robert, wine and spirit merchant, 48 High st. 

house 41 Charlotte street 
Eadie & Semple, curriers & leather merchts.l Lond.lane 
Eagle Foundry, Port-Dundas 
Eagle Inn and Hotel, 59 Maxwell street 
Eagle Life Insurance Office, 89 Miller street. 

James Wotherspoon, agent 
EARL, Dr. John, oculist, 137 Ingram street 
Eastfield Coal Office, 6 Antigua buildings 
East India Association Office, Virginia buildings 
EASTON, Rev. Alex, academy and ho. 29 College st. 
Easton, Andrew L. baker, 36 Crown street 
Easton, J. A. surgeon, 29 College street 
Easton's Royal tavern and coffee house, 22 Argyll st. 
Easton, Robert, cabinet maker & joiner, 108 Stockwell 
Easton, Samuel, of Crawford, Galbraith 8^ Easlon,ho. 

145 Ingram street 
Easton, William, surgeon, 82 Green street, Calton 
Easton, Wm. & Co. commission agents, 63 Miller st. 
Easton, Mrs. Geo. furniture dealer, 18 Bridgegate 
EATON, Andrew, grocer, &c. Dalraarnock road 
Eaton, Mrs. Richard, 10 Kingston place, Tradeston 
ECCLES, J. ofRt. Eccles 8^ Co, ho. 33 St. Vincent pi. 
Eccles, Robert, & Co. merchants, 64 Buchanan street 
Eccles, William, of Robert Eccles 8^ Co. ho. 1 Moore pi. 
Eccles, Wm. & Jas. & Co. merchants, 64 Buchanan st. 
EDGAR, Patrick, teacher, 71 Prince's street 
Edgar, Robt. at John Poynter 4" Co's. ho. 23 Geo. st. 
Edgar, Thomas, merchant, 6 Clyde terrace 
Edgar, William, boot and shoemaker, 52 Crown st. 
EDINBURGH, Glasgow&AlloaGlassCo. 28 Wilson St. 
Edinburgh and Leith Glass Co. 100 Buchanan street. 

R. Sanderson, agent 
Edinburgh Life Assurance Co. 58 Miller street. H. 

Paul, agent 



102 EDINBURGH ELTON. 

Edinburgli, Friendly Assurance Office. Andw. Sym, 

agent, at D. Cuthbertsons^ 242 George street 
Edinburgh Ropery and Sail Cloth Co. of Leith, 78 

Jamaica street, sail lofts 82 
EDINGTON, James, Eagle Foundry, Port-Dundas. 

Letters left at T. Ogilvie's, 14 Argyll street 
Edington, Thomas, & Sons, Phoenix Iron Works, 

house Phoenix house. 
EDMISTON, Archibald, of Thomson and Edmistm, 

house Upper Crown street 
Edmiston, James, baker, 158 Argyll street 
EDMOND, Jas. manufacturer, 22 South Frederick st. 
Edmond, Jas. of Connelly Edmond 8^ Co. ho. Parkholm 
Edmond, Jean, grocer, 30 College street 
Edmond, Misses, furnishing warehouse, 69 Wilson st. 
EDWARDS, James, broker, 24 Miller's place 
Edwards, Rev. John, John Street Chapel, Bridgeton, 

house James' street, Greenhead 
Edwards, Sym, grocer, 2 Hospital street 
EGLINTON, Thomas, spirit dealer, 37 High street 
EISTEN, George, tea dealer, 197 and 419 Argyll st. 
ELDER, David, vintner, 1 Charlotte lane 
Elder, George, hair dresser, 346 Gallowgate 
Elder, Kenneth, spirit dealer, 30 New wynd 
Elder, Robert, flesher, 68 King street, Calton 
Elder, Thomas, smith and lockmaker, 118 High street 
Elder, William, tailor, Wallace street 
Elder, William, flesher, 74 Bell street 
ELLIOT, George, bookbinder, Tarbet street 
Elliot, George, at Elliot 8f Kelly s 
Elliot, John, Renfrewshire bank, 94 Miller street 
Elliot & Kellys, manufacturers, 4 Montrose street 
Elliot & Renton, milliners, 119 King street 
ELLIS, Browne & Co. merchants, 18 S. Frederick st. 
Ellis, James, of Ellis, Browne 8^^ Co. house 121 West 

Bath street 
Ellis, M'Call & Co. manufacturers, 62 Queen street 
Ellis, Septimus, house Garnethill 
Ellis, William, teacher of English, 49 St. Andrew sq. 
ELTON, William, saddler, 228 Argyll street 



ERSKINE EWING. 103 

ERSKINE, A. ofErsMne S^ Baird, ho. 193 Argyll st. 
Erskine, Archibald, tailor, 17 Mitchell street 
Erskine & Baird, merchants, 1 1 Union street 
Erskine, C. W. T. of 31' Gibbon 8^ Erskine, house 23 

Monteith row 
Erskine, Francis, writer, Antigua place, south side 
Erskine, John, vintner, 151 Gallowgate 
Erskine, Robert, Arcade tavern, 137 Argyll street 
Erskine, Thomas, tobacconist, 413 Argyll street 
Erskine, Mrs. Wm. grocer, 21 Main street, Anderston 
ESILMAN, Alexander, spirit dealer, 7 Old venall, 

and 7 Spoutmouth 
EUROPEAN Life and Annuity Co. 73 Hutcheson 

street. Patrick Neilson, agent 
EVANS, Samuel, bolt & screw maker, 46 Cheapside st. 
EWING, Alex, lime merchant, Leishbank, Campsie. 

Letters and orders left at Wm. Ewing's, 60 High st. 
Ewing, Alex, of Balloch, merchant, 54 St. Andrew sq. 
Ewing, Alexander, grocer, 4 Drygate 
Ewing, Rev. Greville, 4 Carlton place 
Ewing, Jacob, smith, 6 Shaw street 
Ewing, James L. merchant, 54 St. Andrew square 
Ewing, James, & Co. merchants, 131 Ingram street 
Ewing, Jas. of Jas. Ewing &^ Co. ho. North Queen st. 
Ewing, John, merchant, 54 St. Andrew square 
Ewing, John P4iller, writer, 1 1 Miller street 
Ewing, John, victualler, 59 Main street, Anderston 
Ewing, John, flesher, Bell street market, ho. 90 Bell st. 
Ewing, John, jun. flesher, 51 Bell street 
Ewing, May & Co. merchants, 57 Argyll street 
Ewing, Peter, calenderer, 110 Brunswick street, house 

15 Waterport buildings, Great Clyde street 
Ewing, Rt. at Ewing, May 8^ Cos. ho. Morrison's ct. 
Ewing, W. of Ewing 4^ Wingate, ho. Southcroft, Govan 
Ewing, Walter, tinplate worker, 139 Stockwell 
Ewing, William, merchant, 6 Union street 
Ewing, Wm. & Co. manufacturers, North Albion court 
Ewing, Wm. Leckie, merchant, at Stirling, Gordon 8^ 

Co's. house 10 Blythswood square 
Euing, Wm. insurance broker, Royal Ex. buildings 



104 EWING — FALCONER. 

Ewing, William, victualler, 60 High street 

Ewing & Wing-ate, clothiers, 186 Trongate 

Ewing, Mrs. lodgings, 9 South Hanover street 

Ewing, Mrs. J. lodgings, 26 George street 

Euing, Mrs. R. 213 Buchanan street 

Exchange and Deposit Bank, 34 Cochran street, 

John Maberly & Co. Mill Pillatt, agent 
Exchange Tavern, 126 Queen st. John Hagart, jun. 
Excise Office, 101 Miller st. Richd. Jenner, collector 
Extractor's Office, Council Chambers 
Eye Infirmary, 33 Inkle Factory lane, North Albion 

street. J. M'Beath, porter 

F 
FAIRBAIRN, Thomas, spirit dealer, 199 High street 
FAIRGRIEVE, Wm. hair dresser, 112 High st. and 

3 Bell street 
FAIRLEY, Edward, Royal Bank, ho St. George's road 
Fairley, James, grocer, 32 Spoutmouth 
Fairley, Jani^^, eating house, 37 George street 
Fairley, John, reed maker, 148 Trongate 
Fairlie, John, writer, 1 1 Virginia st. lodgings 38 do. 
Fairley, Robert, Royal Bank, house St. George's road 
Fairlie, Robert, grocer, 115 Great Hamilton street 
Fairley, Thomas, umbrella manufacturer, 8 Nelson st. 
Fairley, Thomas, Port-Eglinton cotton factory, house 

46 Cavendish street, Laurieston 
Fairlie, Wm. cotton mill furnisher, and cotton waste 

dealer, 97 Hutcheson street 
Fairlie, Wm. grocer and spirit dealer, 44 Eglinton st. 
Fairley, Mrs. chip and straw hat maker, 81 Virginia st. 
Fairley, Mrs. broker, 74 Great Hamilton street 
FAIRSERVICE, Andrew, wright, 13 Drygate 
FALCONER & Buchanan, mainifacturers, 22 John st. 
Falconer, John, smith. Main street, Bridgeton 
Falconer, Patrick, of R. Dalglisli, Falconer Sx; Co. ho. 

Blythswood hill 
Falconer, P. jun. of Black S)^ Falconer, ho. Argyll pi. 
Falconer, Robert, hosiery and glove warehouse, 132 

Argyll street, and 4 Buchanan st. ho. 67 Oswald st. 



FALCONER—FERGUSOy. 105 

Falconer, Thomas, writer, 72 Wilson street 
Falconer, W. & A. hosiers, 116 Trongate & 5 High st. 
Falkirk Ale Cellars, 19 Virginia st. J. Dove, agent 
FARIE, G. S. of Johnston S^ Farie, ho. 6 Monteith row 
Farie, Robert, at Thomas Shiels 8^ Cos. 
Farie, Robert, bookbinder, Wilson's court, 37 Argyll 

street, house 21 Stockwell place 
FARMER, John, wright, 86 Kirk street, Calton 
Farmer, Miss Janet, furnishing shop, 175 Trongate 
FARQUHAR, Duncan, gatekeeper, Firpark 
Farquhar, John, millwright, 135 Great Hamilton st. 
Farquhar, John, spirit dealer, 1 South Brock street 
Farquhar, Mrs. Alex, spirit dealer, 40 Stevenson st. 
FASSIO, Siguier, miniature painter, at Mrs. Water- 

ston's, 22 Argyll street 
FARQUH ARSON, John, herbalist and bone setter, 

34 Hospital street 
FAULDS, Allan, hair dresser, 9 Commerce street 
Faulds, Andrew, tailor, 95 Main street, Gorbals 
Faulds, David, vintner, 1 6 King street 
Faulds, John, tailor, 25 Main street, Gorbals 
Faulds, J. & J. spirit dealers, 1 Piccadilly st. Anderston 
Faulds, Robert, wright and spirit dealer. Castle street 
FAY, J. German clock maker and agent, 92 Stockwell 
FECHNIE, J. M. teacher, 42 Marlborough street 
FENDER, John, warping and winding agent, and 

drugget manufacturer, 3 Brunswick court 
FEN TON, Thomas, grocer, 45 Bridge street 
FERGUS, H. & Co. spirit dealers, 36 New st. Calton 
Fergus, Hugh, merchant, 14 Gallowgate 
FERGUSON, Allan, lime merchant, 26 George street 
Ferguson, Allan, surgeon, 229 High st. ho. 26George st. 
Ferguson, Alexander, Sun tavern, 131 Trongate 
Ferguson, Alexander, merchant, 128 Broomielaw 
Ferguson, Alex, cooper, 27 Crown st. Hutchesontown 
Ferguson, Andrew, tailor and clothier, 132 Broomielaw 
iFerguson & Burns, soap and candle manufacturers, oil 

merchts. &c. 37 Hutcheson st. works 85 Old wynd 
Ferguson, Daniel, merchant tailor, 27 Saltmarket 
Ferguson, Daniel, gardener, 447 Argyll street 



106 FERGUSON. 

Ferg-uson, Daniel, silk dyei* and japan blacking manu- 
facturer, Morrison's court 
Ferguson, David, of F. ^' D. Ferguson, house Morris 

place, Monteith row 
Ferguson, David, of Bogle, Ferguson 8f Co. house 2 

North Douglas street 
Ferguson, David, of Forrester, Ferguson 8^- Wilson, 

house 32 Richmond street 
Ferguson, D. sheriff-officer, P. F. office, 60 Stockwell 
Ferguson, Donald, smith, 6 Well street, Calton 
Ferguson, Dugald, smith, 65 Kirk street, Calton 
Ferguson & Fairley, printers, Milncroft. Letters left 

at 108 High street 
Ferguson, F.&D. wine & spirit merchts. 17 Melville pi. 
Ferguson, Fergus, of F. &; D. Ferguson, house Rose- 
bank, near Hamilton 
Ferguson, Hugh, writer, 23 Cochran street 
Ferguson, James, spirit dealer, 48 Jamaica street 
Ferguson, James, boot maker, 271 George street 
Ferguson, James, teacher, 13 Balmanno street 
Ferguson, James, tinplate worker, 9 Hutcheson street 
Ferguson, James, spirit dealer, 27 Bell street 
Ferguson, Jas. bookseller and stationer, 1 1 Saltmarket 
Ferguson, John, baker, 10 Sauchiehall street 
Ferguson, John, 37 Hutcheson street 
Ferguson, John, writer, 70 Hutcheson street, house 6 

Montague place 
Ferguson, John, 49 Bath street 
Ferguson, John, baker, Main street, Bridgeton 
Ferguson, John, tailor, 79 Kirk street, Calton 
Ferguson, John, marble and fancy paper maker, 26 

Hutcheson street, house same place 
Ferguson, John, shoemaker, 136 Saltmarket 
Ferguson, John, cartwright, Dalmarnock road 
Ferguson, John, White Horse tavern, 17 High street 
Ferguson, John, paper warehouse, 59 Jamaica street 
Ferguson, J. grocer and spirit dealer, 10 Low Green st. 
Ferguson, John, tinplate worker, brassfounder and 

blacksmith, 69 Stockwell, house above 
Ferguson, Lewis, merchant tailor, 309 Argyll street 



FERGUSON FERRIE. 107 

Ferguson, Malcom, flesher, 21 Portland st. Laurieston 
Ferguson & M'Douall, manufacturers, 51 So. Albion st. 
Ferguson, Patrick, shoemaker, 24 New street, Calton 
Ferguson, Peter, spirit dealer, 12 Stockwell 
Ferguson, Peter, spirit dealer, 36 Brooraielaw 
Ferguson, Peter, slater, house 81 M'Alpine street 
Ferguson, Robert, of John Miller, jun. S<; Co. 110 Bu- 
chanan street 
Ferguson, Robert, saddler, ^^ Canning street, Calton 
Ferguson, R. M. Letters left at 100 Trongate 
Ferguson & Taylor, manufacturers, 91 Hutcheson st. 
Ferguson, Thos. surveyor of taxes, 1 1 St. George pi. 
Ferguson, Thos. G. of Ferguson S^ Taylor^ house 

Kelvinhaugh, by Partick 
Ferguson, Walter, secretary, Gas Light Office, house 

117 West Regent street 
Ferguson, W. chamberlain's office, agent for Caledo- 
nian Fire office, house 42 Portland st. Laurieston 
Ferguson, Wm. spirit dealer, 58 Dale st. Tradeston 
Ferguson, William, spirit dealer, Dalraarnock road 
Ferguson, William, cotton factory, Mile-end, and John 

street, Bridgeton, house 50 Charlotte street 
Ferguson, William, smith, Burnside, Port-Dundas 
Ferguson, Wm. vintner and stabler, 270 Gallowgate - 
Fergusson, Wm. & Co. warehousemen, 95 Argyll st.. 
Fergusson, W. of W. Fergusson 8^ Co. ho. 60 Oswald st. 
Ferguson, Mrs. dress maker, 1 King street 
Ferguson, Mrs. grocer, 1002 Gallowgate 
Ferguson, Mrs. Janet, grocer, 637 Gallowgate 
Ferguson, Mrs. silk dyer, 62 Argyll street 
Ferguson, Mrs. milliner & dress maker, 1 Calton entry- 
Ferguson, Mrs. dyer, 60 High street 
Ferguson, Miss, straw hat maker, 49 Bath street 
Ferguson, Misses, school for ladies, 42 Portland street, 

Laurieston 
Ferguson, Miss, teacher of music, do. do. l 

Ferguson, Miss, straw hat maker, 13 Argyll street 
FERRAN, Daniel, spirit dealer, 90 & 96 New wynd 
FERRIE, Derby, coal agent, 9 King street, Calton 
Ferrie, James, shoemaker, 71 Stockwell 



108 FERRIE — FINDLAY. 

Ferrie, Lawrence, furnishing shop, 367 Argyll street 
Ferrie, Peter, of Forbes 8f Ferrie, writers, 107 Bu- 
chanan street 
Ferrie, Robert, builder, 1 1 West St, Vincent street 
FERRIER, A.&Co. umbrellamakers, 59 Argyll arcade 
Ferrier, Robert, of Ferrier, Rose S^ Co. 142 Argyll st 
Ferrier, Rose & Co. merchants, 142 Argyll street 
FIELD, Alexander, of A. 8f J. Turnbull Sf Co. house 

138 Hope street 
Field, Henry, tinplate worker, 65 Argyll street, works 

12 Dunlop street, house 8 Holland place 
FIMISTER, John, spirit dealer, 18 Tureen street 
FINDLATER,Alexander, 79 North Wellington place 
Findlater, C at 3Iorrison 8^ Ewings^ 106 Brunswick st. 
Findlater, John, commission merchant, 8 Miller street 
FINDLAY, Alexander, grocer, 14 Great Dowhill 
Finlays, Alston, & Co. merchants, 55 Queen street 
Finlay, George, hair dresser, 20 Clyde st. Anderston 
Findlay, James, ofFindlay, M^ Cleave 8^ Hodge, house 

102 West Bath street 
Finlay, James, & Co. merchants, 57 Queen street 
Finlay, James, of James Finlay 8^ Co. house Blyths- 

wood place, 158 St. Vincent street 
Finlay, John, of James Finlay 8^ Co. ho. 63 Queen st. 
Finlay, John, Springbank 
Finlay, John, baker, 113 Main street, Gorbals 
Findlay, John, victualler, 46 Candleriggs 
Finlay, John, spirit dealer, 9 Dundas street 
Finlay, J. of J. M'Intyre 4 Co. ho. 30 Monteith row 
Finlay, Kirkman, of Castletoward, Jas. Finlay 8^ Cos, 
Findlay, M'Cleave & Hodge, manufacts. 12 Stirling sq. 
Finlay, Mathew, grocer, 29 Cheapside street 
Finlay & Neilson, joiners, 120 South Albion street 
Findlay, Robert, & Son, brokers, Virginia buildings 
Findlay, Robt. of Easterhill, at Bobt. Findlay <^ So7is 
Finlay, Robert, carver, gilder and printseller to the 

King, 9 Miller street 
Findlay, William, joiner, 129 New Venall 
Findlay, Wm. of Marshall, Fiyidlay 8f Co, ho. Ure pi. 
Findlay, William, victualler, 29 Warroch street 



FINDLAYSON — FLEMING 109 

FINDLAYSON, Andw. wright, 32 Main st. Calton 
Finlayson, Archibald, shoemaker, 7 Jackson street 
Finlayson, James, ropemaker, 480 Gallowgate 
Finlayson, J. haberdasher, 49 Nelson st. ho. 9 Stirlingst. 
Finlayson, James, ofMoncrieff, Finlayson 8^ Moncrieff, 

house 44 Howard street 
Finlayson, John, tobacconist, 86 Canning street 
Finlayson, William, surgeon, 92 Canning street, ho. 

24 Lan dressy street, Calton 
FiNNiESTON Slips for repairing vessels, Finnieston 
Fish Market, 108 King street 

FISHER, Daniel, grocer & spirit dealer, 53 Shuttle st, 
Fisher, James, tobacconist, 154 Broomielaw 
Fisher, John, extractor's oiEce, council chambers, ho. 

119 Hope street 
Fisher, John, pawnbroker, 7 Prince's street 
Fisher, Peter, oil & colourman, 57 High st. ho. above 
Fisher, Peter, agent, 25 East Clyde street 
Fisher, Robert, oil and colour shop, 161 High street 
Fisher, Robert, smith, Market lane, John st. house 12 

Frederick lane 
Fisher, William, pocket book maker, 5 King street 
FISKEN, Archibald, silk mercer, 130 Trongate, ho. 

46 John street 
Fisken, James, at P. Inglis' ho. 30 Charlotte street 
FLECK, James, Black Bull Inn, 12 Argyll street 
Fleck, William, agent, 1 2 Croy place 
FLEMING, Alex, chimney sweeper, 28 Maxwell st. 
Fleming, A. H. warehouseman, 17 Trongate, house 18 

Great Hamilton street 
Fleming, Bowman, of Fleming, Watson 8f Nairn, ho, 

South Wellington place 
Fleming, David, grocer, 30 Stevenson street 
Fleming, David, spirit dealer, 21 Tobago street 
Fleming & Hope, commission merchants, 26 South 

Hanover street 
Fleming, H. of Fleming 8^ Hope, ho. 27 W. Regent st. 
Fleming, H.& J.joiners & cabinetmakers, 105Union st. 
Fleming, James, baker, Fleming place, Cowcaddens 
Fleming, J. of W. ^ J. Fleming % Co, ho. 103 Duke st. 



110 FLEMINCl— FLETCHER. 

Fleming, James, of Newlandsfield, at 66 Brunswick st. 
Fleming, James, grocer, 30 Cheapside street 
Fleming, Jas. coal agent, 15 Wood lane, Broomielaw 
Fleming, James, ale and porter cellar, 71 Stockwell 
Fleming, John, merchant, and Port-Eglinton carpet 

warehouse, 12 Gordon street, house Claremont 
Fleming, John, at Henry Gordon s, 37 Glassford st. 
Fleming, John, joiner & cabinet maker, 101 Holme st. 
Fleming, John, spirit dealer, 40 High street 
Flem.ing, John, flesher, 203 Gallowgate 
Fleming, John Park, of Montgomerie 8^ Fleming, writ- 
ers, 62 Miller street, house 173 George street 
Fleming, John, chimney sweeper, 17 Stockwell 
Fleming, John, writer, 63 Nelson st. ho. 1 1 Bath st. 
Fleming John, of W. S^ J. Fleming 8^ Co. house Burn- 
bank, Town mill road 
Fleming, John, manufacturer, 95 Candleriggs 
Fleming, John, grocer. Main street, Bridgeton 
Fleming, John, grocer and spirit dealer, 263 High st. 
Fleming, Joseph, surgeon, 97 Main street, Anderston 
Fleming, Matthew, & Co. merchants, 239 George st. 
Fleming, M. of M. Fleming 8^ Co. house 3 Moore pi. 
Fleming, P. & R ironmongers, 17 Argyll street, iron 

warehouse, Moodie's court 
Fleeming, Robert, wine merchant, 50 London street 
Fieeming, R. D. mercht. 2 John st. ho. 19 Cochran st. 
Fleming, Robert, baker, 113 Fife place 
Fleming, Watson & Nairn, merchts. 66 Brunswick st. 
Fleming, Wm. baker & spirit dealer, 435 Gallowgate 
Fleming, W. & J. & Co. linen and bagging warehouse, 

4 Stirling square 
Fieeming, Wm. wine & spirit mercht. 53 Gallowgate 
Fleming, William, smith, 122 Main street, Gorbals 
Fleming, Mrs. grocer & spirit dealer, 23 Main st.Calton 
Fleming, Miss, dress maker, 11 Millroad street 
FLEMINGTON, John, wholesale and retail leghorn 

and straw hat manufacturer, 154 Trongate 
FLETCHER, Alexander, of John Todd S^^ Co. house 

6 Blythswood square 
Fletcher, Hugh, turner, 3 Calton entry 



FLETCHER — FORREST. Ill 

Fletcher, John, hatter, ISO Stockwell 
FLOCKART, John, coal agent, 34 Gallowgate 
FOGO, David, of Row, writer, 49 Virginia street, ho. 

65 Charlotte street 
FOOTE, Robert, architect, 203 Buchanan street 
FORBES, Alexander, grocer, 45 Trongate 
Forbes, Arthur, writer, 107 Buchanan street 
Forbes, A. W. & Co. merchants, 52 Virginia street 
Forbes, A. W. of A, W, Forbes 8^ Co, ho. 144 West 

Bath street 
Forbes, David, tailor, 148 Trongate 
Forbes, Duncan, tailor, 59 Trongate 
Forbes & Ferrie, writers, 107 Buchanan street 
Forbes, James, letter carrier, P. O. ho. Taylor street 
Forbes, John, Woodside tavern, Cowcaddens 
Forbes, John, feather merchant, 80 Trongate 
Forbes, Rev. John, Provanside, 125 Stirling road 
Forbes, John, beadle, chapel of ease, ho. 167 High st. 
Forbes, Peter, spirit dealer, 34 Sauchiehall road 
Forbes, Wm. wine and spirit dealer, 12 Bun's wynd, 

house Bellgrove place 
Forbes, William, pawnbroker, 1 Regent lane, Black- 
friar street, house 19 Nelson street, Tradeston 
FORD, Hugh, spirit dealer, 20 Low Green street 
FORFAR, John, merchant, 40 Candleriggs 
FORGAN, Andrew, & Son, tailors, 48 King street 
FORLONG, William, wine merchant, Dixon street, 

residence Wellshott House, Cambuslang 
Forlong, Mrs. 130 West Bath street 
Forlong, Miss, 5 St. Vincent place 
FOREMAN, A. M. & Co. surgeons, chemists and 

druggists, 112 Broomiel aw, works near Port-Dundas 
FORREST, Archd. builder, 22 West Nile street 
Forrest, Geo. brewer, So. end of Clyde st. Anderston 
Forrest, John, grocer, 134 King street 
Forrest, John, tinplate worker, 86 Gallowgate 
Forrest, Robert, tailor, 45 James street, Calton 
Forrest, William, grocer, 61 High street, house Gil- 

mour place, London street 
Forrest, William, jun. tailor, 74 Kirk street, Calton 



112 FORREST FORTUNE. 

Forrest, William, victualler, 73 Stock well 

Forrest, M. G. Divan, New market, Buchanan street 

FORRESTER, Alex, timber merchant, 32 Stockwell 

and 415 Argyll street 
Forrester, Alexander, woollen draper, 12 Gallowgate, 

house 34 Stirling street 
Forrester, Duncan, spirit dealer, &c. 30 Prince's street 
Forrester, Ferguson & Wilson, silk warehouseinen, 

Moodie's court, 31 Argyll street 
Forrester, George, plasterer, Russell street 
Forrester, James, provision merchant, 15 King street 
Forrester, James, Black Boy tavern, 39 Stockwell 
Forrester, John, jun. baker, 7 Gordon street 
Forrester, John, of Bogle 8^ Forrester, ho. Pratt's court 
Forrester, Robert, of Forrester, Ferguson &; Wilson^ 

house 32 Richmond street 
Forrester, Robert, baker, 38 Orr street, Calton 
Forrester, Samuel, permit writer. Excise office 
Forrester, Wm. wine and spirit mercht. 57 Argyll st. 
Forrester, William, spirit dealer, 86 High street 
Forrester, William, vintner, 98 Candleriggs 
Forrester, Mrs. John, druggist, 314 High street 
FORRETT, Clark, & Co. silk mercers, 94 Trongate 

house 96 Do. 
FORSTER, George, portioner, Port-Eglinton 
FORSYTH, Archibald, tallow chandler, 217 High st. 
Forsyth, David, smith & ferrier, 12 St. Mungo's lane, 

and spirit dealer, 17 do. 
Forsyth, D. pastry baker, 214 Gallow. & 164 High st. 
Forsyth, John, dyewood mills, Port-Dundas road 
Forsyth, John, grain weigher, Port-Dundas 
Forsyth, Robert, spirit dealer, Dobbie's loan 
Forsyth, William, victualler, 50 King street 
Forsyth, William, grocer, 163 High street 
Forsyth, William, writer, Antigua place 
Forsyth, William, spirit dealer, 123 Bridgegate 
Forsyth, Mrs. grocer, 60 Prince's street 
Forth and Clyde Canal Co's. Office, Port-Dundas 
FORTUNE, Charles, victualler, 55 Candleriggs, ho. 

26 College street 



FOSTER — FRASER. 113 

FOSTER, George, broker, 3 Bridgeg-ate 
FOTHRINGHAM, A. K. agent and messenger at 

arms, 66 Miller street, house Renfrew street 
Fotlieringliam, Robert, grocer, 12 Stobcross street 
Fotheringham, Robert, & Co. shawl manufacturers, 60 

Hutcheson street 
Fotheringham, Thomas, cabinet maker, 149Saltmarket 
Fothringham, W. at A. K, Foihrbigham s, 66 Miller st. 
FOUCART, Francis, fencing academy, Andersonian 

buildings, George street, house 239 Do. 
FOULDS, James, beamer, &c. 38 Stobcross street 
Foulds, Matthew, reed maker, 77 Brunswick street 
FOWLER, Andrew, of Cowan 8^ Co. 37 Argyll st. 

house, Whitevale nursery, near Drygate toll 
Fowler, .John, weaving utensil maker, 9 Calton entry 
FOX, Charles, chimney sweeper, 22 Main st. Gorbals 
FRAME, Alexander, 6 Somerville place 
Frame, Alexander, at James Frames, 81 Stockwell 
Frame, Andrew, victualler and stabler, 16 Union st. 
Frame, James, victualler, 81 Stockwell 
Frame, John, Son & Co. printed shawl and handker- 
chief warehouse, 59 Hutcheson street 
Frame, Robert &: Son, wood merchants, 20 M'Farlaiie 

street, house 50 Graeme street 
Frame, Thomas, 20 M'Farlane street 
Frame, William, 59 Hutcheson street 
Frame, William, victualler and spirit dealer, 406, 439 

and 447 Gallowgate, house 2 Graham's square 
Frame, William, grain merchant, 16 Union street 
FRANKLIN, William, J. tavern, 38 Trongate 
FRASER, Alexander, measurer, 63 Stockwell, house 

Buchanan's buildings, 105 Do. 
Fraser, Archibald, sheriff-officer and constable, SprowFs 

land, Dalmarnock road 
Frazer, Charles, spirit dealer, 6 Spoutmouth 
Fraser, Donald, spirit dealer, 3 Wallace court 
Fraser, Donald, hair dresser, 40 Green street, Calton 
Frazer, D. porter and window cleaner, 27 Stockwell 
Fraser, Farq. at A. W. Forbes 8^ Co's. 52 Virginia st. 
Fraser, James, eagle inn and hotel, 59 Maxwell street 
k2 



1 1 4 ERASER — FREW. 

Frasei'5 James, spirit dealer, Reid street, Bridgeton 
Fraser, Jas. of Fraser, Sinclair S^ Co. ho. 14 York st. 
Fraser, James, ferrier, 229 Argyll street 
Fraser, James, spirit dealer, 88 M' Alpine street 
Fraser, James, & Son, tea merchants, Buchanan court, 

44 Trongate, house 163 Main street, Gorbals 
Fraser, John, tailor and clothier, 88 Glassford street 
Frazer, N. B. chemist and druggist, 105 Buchanan st. 

house 107 do. 
Fraser, Simon, spirit dealer, 50 Cheapside street 
Fraser, Sinclair & Co. clothiers, 4 and 6 Miller street 
Fraser, Wm. Royal bank, ho. 42 Portland st.Laurieston 
Fraser, William, spirit dealer, Dalmarnock road 
Fraser, William, teacher, 37 Glassford street 
Fraser, William, grocer, 121 Gallowgate 
Fraser, William, merchant, 3 Antigua place 
Fraser, William, spirit dealer, 34 Trongate 
Frazer, Mrs. lodgings, 107 Buchanan street 
Fraser, Mrs. Robert, hair merchant, 70 Stockwell 
Fraser, Mrs. stay and corset maker, 36 Brunswick st. 
Fraser, Mrs. Thomas, grocer, 3 Castle street 
Fraser, Mrs. pye shop, 1 Clyde terrace 
Fraser, Miss J. furnishing shop, 2 Castle street 
Fraser, Miss, straw hat maker, 2 Green street, Calton 
Fraser's Hall, 20 King street 
FREEBAIRN, Mrs. William, mangier, 4 Crown st. 
FREELAND, John,&Co.cotton spinners, 56 Wilson st. 
Freeland, .John, writer, 20 Miller st. ho. Greenhill pi. 
Freeland, Robert, jun. manufacturer, 35 Montrose st. 

house 5 Abercromby place 
Freeland, W. & J. candlemakers, 99 High street 
Freeland, Mrs. 5 Abercromby place 
Freemen St. John's masonic lodge. James Scott, 

master. Maxwell street 
Free Press Office, 161 Trongate 
FREIZE, Andrew, excise officer, Mile-end distillery 
French Consul's Office, 6 South Hanover street. 

J. Harmand, depute consul 
FRENCH, David, shoemaker, 12 Green street, Calton 
FREW, Alexander, coal merchant, Port-Dundas 



FREW — pypE. 113 

Frew, Archd. & Co. coal merchants, Monkland canal 

bason, orders left at 119 High street 
Frew & Glasgow, manufacturers, 1 North Albion court 
Frew, James, of Frew 8^ Glasgow, ho. 173 George st. 
Frew, Wm. of Frew S^ Glasgow, ho. 16 Monteith row 
Friendly Baking Association, 22 Union street 
Fruit Market, 1 1 Kent street. John Speirs 
FULLARTON, Allan, counting house 60 Maxwell 

street, house Woodside cottage 
Fullarton, Archibald, & Co. booksellers and publishers, 

34 Hutcheson street 
Fullarton, A. of A, Fullarton 8^ Co. ho. 99 Maxwell st. 
FuUerton Coal Office, 157 Trongate 
Fullarton, J. A. surgeon, 116 George street 
Fullarton, William, writer, 20 Brunswick place, house 

Graham's buildings, George street 
Fullarton, Mrs. earthern wareho. 84i Main st. Gorbals 
FULTONS, Buchanan & Co. Avorks Lochwinnoch. 

Letters left at Herbert Buchanan's, 125 Virginia st. 
Fulton, Hugh, victualler, 89 High street 
Fulton, James, & Co. provision shop, 113 High street 
Fulton, John, & Son, victuallers, 127 Bridgegate 
Fulton, John, jun. provision dealer. 111 Argyll street 
Fulton, John, rag merchant, 14 Charlotte street 
Fulton & Neilson, LanceiS^eld forge, 17 Gillespie street 
Fulton, Robert & James, victuallers, 93 Argyll street 
Fulton, Robt. lamp wick manufact. 42 King st. Calton 
Fulton, Thomas, bookbinder, 131 Trongate 
Fulton, William, spirit dealer, 9 Spoutmouth 
Fulton, William, tavern, 43 High street 
Fulton, W. & Sons, smiths and founders, Mitchell st. 
Fulton, Miss, straw & leghorn hat maker, 73 Trongate 
FURNESS, Nicholas, tavern, 88 Trongate 
FIFE, Charles, wheel maker, 8 Kirk street, Gorbals 
Fyfe, George, tinsmith, 114 Bridgegate 
Fyfe, Henry, at J. B. Fyfe S^ Co. ho. 292 Argyll st. 
Fyfe, J. B. & Co. manufacturers, 74 Glassford street 
Fyfe, James, stone merchant, Port-Dundas 
Fyfe, John, merchant, 42 Miller street, house 13 

West Bath street 



116 FYPE — GALLOWAY. 

Fyfe, Wm. grocer and spirit dealer, 10 Portugal street 
Fife, Mrs. dress maker, 8 Kirk street, Gorbals 
Fife, Miss J. straw hat maker, 22 Portugal street 

G 
GAFF, Thomas, livery stables, 62 North Hanover st. 
GALBRAITH, Alex, flesher, 38 Main st. Gorbals 
Galbraith, H. A. surgeon, Lunatic asylum 
Galbraith, James, packing officer, Excise office 
Galbraith, James, carpet manufacturer, 105 Havannah, 

house 3 Fife place 
Galbraith, James, factor and accountant, 93 Argyll st. 
Galbraith, J. North Albion court, house 4 Rottenrow 
Galbraith, James, tinplate worker, 53 Bridgegate 
Galbraith, John, jun. Abercromby place 
Galbraith, Robert, tinplate worker, 118 King street 
Galbraith, Robert, cloth merchant, 39 Trongate 
Galbraith, W. & R. silk mercers, 180 Trongate, house 

Spreull's court, 182 Trongate 
Galbraith, William, wine merchant, and agent for 

Kinloch distillery, Campbelltown, 99 Glassford st. 
Galbraith, William, spirit dealer, 78 High street, and 

62 Old wynd 
Galbraith, Wm. wine and spirit mercht. 73 Saltmarket 
Galbraith, William, muslin singer, 32 Montrose street 
Galbraith, Mrs. grocer, 635 Gallowgate 
GALL, William, shuttle mounting maker, 6 Well st. 
GALLAWAY, Alexander, merchant, Akton street 
Gallaway, John & James, merchants, Alston street 
Galloway, Alex. jun. accountant. Ship Bank, house 

Richmond street 
Galloway, Alex. & Son, warehousemen, 25 Candleriggs 
Galloway, Alexander, of Alex. Galloway &) Son, house 

39 St. Andrew square 
Galloway, George, manufacturer of bamboo and stained 

furniture, 57 Ingram st. house 19 Cochran street 
Galloway, G. of Wm, Wardlaw 4^ Co. ho. 40 Oxford st. 
Galloway, James, writer, auditor of law accounts, and 

lecturer on conveyancing, 73 Hutcheson street, ho. 

20 Great Clyde street 



GALLOWAY — GARDNER. 117 

Galloway, James, jun. writer, & agent for County Fire 
and Provident Life Insurance Co. 24 Stockwell, ho. 
20 Great Clyde street 
Galloway, John, jun. «^ Geo. Galloway s^ 57 Ingram st. 
Galloway, John, builder, 1 George street 
Galloway & MacMillan, raerchts. 13 St. Andrew sq. 
Galloway, Robert, baker, 64< Stevenson street 
Galloway, Robert, baker, 135 Argyll street 
Gallaway, Towers, & Co. wine merchants, 101 Glass- 
ford street 
Galloway, William, dairyman, 25 Claythorn street 
Galloway, William, baker, 16 Clyde place 
GALLIE, George, bookseller and stationer, 48 Glass- 
ford street, house 27 Bain's place, E. Renfrew st. 
GALLETTI, Antoni, carver and gilder, looking glass 
manufacturer, and optician, 21 Nelson street, 24 and 
25 Argyll arcade, house Park place 
GALT, John, eating house, 53 Bell street 
Gait, Robert, & Co. silk mercers, 83 Trongate 
Gait, Robert, of R, Gait 4^ Co, house 62 Portland st. 

Laurieston . 
GARDEN, Alexander, merchant, of Henry Monteith 

4" Co. house 124 St. Vincent street 
Garden, Robert, agent for the Scotish Union Insurance 

Co. 85 Miller street, house Greenhill place 
Gardeners' Charity School, 101 Ingram street. John 

Murdoch, teacher, house 18 Portugal street 
GARDNER, Alexander, spirit dealer, 34 Trongate 
Gairdner, Andrew, & Co. wine and spirit merchants, 

and porter vaults, 43 Turner's court 
Gardner, A. stocking fr. needle maker, 97 Saltmarket 
Gardner, Alex, cork cutter, 380 Argyll street 
Gardner, Crawford S. hair dresser, 8 St. Andrew st. 

and 46 High street 
Gardner & Brock, victuallers, 296 High street, 62 
Calton-mouth, 2 Main street, Gorbals, and mills 
Washington street 
Gairdner, J. & A. merchants, 43 Turner's court, house 

59 George square 
Gardner, James, eating house, 281 Gallowgate 



118 GARDNER— GASCOYNE. 



Gardner, J. perfumer, 41 Queen st. ho. 44 Maxwell st. 
Gardner, John, & Son, hosiers, 9 High street 
Gardner, John, teacher of short-hand, 9 High street 
Gardner, John, teacher, Muslin street 
Gardner, John, dyer, 82 Stockwell 
Gardiner, John, baker, Main street, Bridgeton 
Gardiner, J. currier & leather mercht. 78 Spoutmouth 
Gardner, John, & Co. merchants, Royal exchange 

buildings. Queen street 
Gardner, John, cabinet maker, 42 King street 
Gardner, John, grocer and spirit dealer, 7 Govan st. 
Gardner, John, London Coffee house, 14 Turner's ct. 
Gardner, J. & W. teachers, 43 Buchanan street 
Gardner, J. R. at Charles Shanks', 62 Argyll street 
Gardner, Robert, carver and gilder, 132 Trongate 
Gardner, Robert, hair dresser, 42 Brunswick street 
Gardner, William, rope maker, 4 Gibson street 
Gardner, Wm. jun. at Chronicle office, 28 Nelson st. 
Gardner, Wm. at Thomas Baird 8^ Sons, 32 Ingram st. 
Gardner, William, grocer, Anderston walk, north side 
Gardner, M. & Sons, mathematical instrument makers 

and opticians, 92 Bell street 
Gardner, Mrs. Fullarton, 18 St. Vincent place 
Gardner, Mrs. James, grocer, 67 Crown street 
Gardner, Mrs. N. furnishing shop, 35 Adelphi street 
Gardner, Mrs. lodgings, 88 High John street 
Gardner, Mrs. silk dyer, 4 M'Farlane street 
Gardner, Mrs. grocer, 7 Little Dowhill 
Gardner, Mrs. spirit dealer, 95 Brown street 
Gardner, Miss, milliner & dress maker, 23 George st. 
Gardner, Misses, dress makers, 58 Buchanan street 
GARRAND, Mrs. dress maker, 21 Graeme street 
G ARROW? John, saddler, Monkland Canal Basin 
GARTLY, George, teacher, 9 Campbell street 
Gartly, James, sen. teacher of English, 13 CocBran st. 

house 6 Nile street 
Gartly, James, jun. teacher of English, 13 Cochran st. 
Gartly, Jas. tertius, teacher of Latin, 13 Cochran st. 
GARTSHORE, Mrs. broker, 35 Main street, Calton 
GASCOYNE, John, spirit dealer, 364 Gallowgate 



GAS — GEMMILL. 119 

GAS, William, tailor, 49 Trongate 
GATHERAL, George, thread, tape and worsted shop, 
105 Gallowgate, and 15 and 16 Argyll arcade, house 
30 Charlotte street 
GATTENS, William, broker, 40 King street, Calton 
GAULD, James, smith, 17 Clyde street, Ander^ton 
GAUL, George, Gorhals grain mills, Muirhead street 
GAVIN, John, wine and spirit dealer, 41 King street 
GAY, John, surgeon, 3 New Bridge street, Receiving 

house for Post- Office 
Gay, Robert, smith, at Royal Exchange 
GEBBIE, James, grocer, 50 Havannah street 
Gebbie, Thomas, Royal Arms inn, 133 Eglinton st. 
GEDDES, Archibald, of Geddes, Kidston 8^ Co. house 

Finnieston 
Geddes, James Rennie, counting-house, Verreville 
Geddes, John, glass, china and pottery warehouse, 69 

and 71 Argyll street 
Geddes, John, glass aud pottery works, Verreville 
Geddes, John, jun. manager of works, Verreville 
Geddes, John, dyer, works 8 Commerce st. Tradeston 
Geddes, John F. comb maker, 84 Saltmarket 
Geddes, Kidston & Co. glass and pottery works, An- 

derston, warehouse 36 Buchanan street 

Geddes, William, Anderston bottle works, places of 

call, Geddes, Kidston & Co's. 36 Buchanan st. and 

Anderston bottle wareho. 57 Miller st ho. Whitehall 

Geddes, William, of Thomas Howatson, sen. S^ Co, ho. 

29 Kent street 
Geddes, Miss, dress maker, 2 Warwick street 
GEMMILL, Andrew, writer, of King 8^ Gemmill ho. 

9 M'Farlane street 
Gemmill, Archibald, vintner, 68 Glassford street 
Gemmell, James, at Wm. GemmelVs, 163 Bridgegate 
Gemmel, Jas. grocer, register office for servants, 15 

Norfolk street 
Gemmell, J. provision mercht. 103 Stockwell ho. 105 
Gemmell, John, grocer and spirit dealer, Finnieston 
Gemmill, John, ship agent, 8 York street 
Gemmill, John, North Albion court 



120 GEMMILL GIBB. 

Genimill, M. & Co. coal merclits. Monkland canal basin 
Gemmill, Thomas, grocer, 69 Carrick street 
Gemmell, Thomas, merchant, 23 St. Enoch square 
Gemmell, Thomas, teacher, 9 Piccadilly street 
Gemm^ell, Wm. cotton spinner & manufact. No. Albion 

ct. mills Savoy st. Bridgeton, ho. 23 St Enoch sq. 
Gemmell, Wm. baker, 115 Candleriggs, 77 George st. 
Gemmell, Wm. grocer and spirit dealer, 163 Bridge- 
gate, house Park's place 
Gemmill, Mrs. M. spirit dealer, Port-Dundas 
Gemmil, Miss E. grocer, Villafield 
General Session Free Schools, 16 Greyfrlars' wynd 
GENTLE, James, letter-carrier, 34 Trongate 
Gentles, James, tea dealer, 67 Candleriggs 
Gentle, John, baker and flour merchant, 215 High st. 
GEORGE, John, spirit dealer, 366 Gallowgate 
GERLETTI,C.looking glass manufoct. 156Saltmarket 
GIBB, Andrew, tailor, 25 Main street Gorbals 
Gibb, Andrew, spirit dealer, 96 King st. Tradeston 
Gibb, Elias, wine and spirit merchant, Blyth's couj't, 

Virginia street, house 8 Blythswood square 
Gibb, Francis, spirit dealer, 3 Crown street 
Gibb, James, at Charles Tennant S^ Cos. Moodie's ct. 
Gibb, James, of Gibb 8^ Smith, ho. Ure pi. Montrose st. 
Gibb, John James, merchant, Manhattan buildings, 30 

South Hanover street, house Villafield 
Gibb, John, boot and shoe maker, 28 Main st. Gorbals 
Gibb, Jolm, baker, 369 Gallowgate 
Gibb, J. B. 6 Suffolk street 
Gibb, J. meal dealer, 66 Prince's street 
Gibb, John, vintner, Monkland canal bason 
Gibb, Joseph, at J. &; JR. Tennenis, ho. Ladywell st. 
Gibb & Smith, cotton yarn merchts. 1 23 Brunswick st. 
Gibb, Thomas, manufacturer, 37 St. Andrew street, 

house 56 Charlotte street 
Gibb, William, tailor. 111 Saltmarket 
Gibb, William, spirit dealer, 24 Graham square 
Gibb, Wm. plasterer, 105 Stockwell, yard 116 Do. 
Gibb, W. R. surgeon, 80 St. Vincent street 
Gibb, Mrs. grocer, 456 Argyll street 



GIBB — GILCHRIST. 121 

Gibb, Mrs. Gabriel, baker, 273 Gallowgate 
GIBSON, Alexander, tailor, Dalmarnock road 
Gibson, Charles, & Co. shawl commission merchants, 

89 Brunswick street 
Gibson, Jas. writer, 11 Virginia st. ho. 169 George st. 
Gibson, Rev. James, 34 Portland street 
Gibson, John D. artist, 175 Buchanan street 
Gibson, J. & D. surgeons, 72 Wilson st. ho. 76 do. 
Gibson, John & Geo. & Co. merchts. 14 Garthland st. 
Gibson, John, & Co. merchants, 14 Garthland street 
Gibson, John, of John Gibson S^ Co, house Garnethill 
Gibson, John, hat maker, 77 Trongate 
Gibson, John, at J. Cook S)^ Co'», house 7 Eglinton st. 
Gibson, Joseph, & Co. tinplate workers, 17 Stirling st. 
Gibson, Laurence, cabinet maker, 30 Balmanno street 
Gibson, Matthew, wine and spirit dealer, 79 Nelson st. 
Gibson & MacNee, manufacturers, 3 Montrose street 
Gibson, R. & Son, hat manufacts. 42 St. Andrew sq. 
Gibson, Robert, cotton yarn twister, 31 Inkle Fact, lane 
Gibson, Robert, & Co. manufacturers, West Ingram 

court, and 100 Queen street 
Gibson, Robert, of M. Gibson Sf Co. ho. 76 Wilson st. 
Gibson, Thomas, upholsterer, 126 Union street 
Gibson, Thomas, provision merchant, 57 Jamaica st. 
Gibson, Thomas, hair dresser, 265 High street 
Gibson, Wm. turner & shuttle maker, 24 Campbell st. 
Gibson, William, merchant, 50 Gordon street, house 

51 St. Vincent street 
Gibson, Wm. of Gibson Sf MacNee, ho. 69 Union street 
Gibson, Wm, druggist, medical hall, 26 Adelphi st. 
Gibson, Mrs. P. grocer, 95 Drygate 
Gibson, Mrs. lodgings, 85 Trongate 
GIFFORD, Thomas, taHor, 6 Oxford lane 
GILBERT, Wm. wright and glazier, 21 Calton entry 
Gilbert, Mrs. Mitchell's land, Garnethill 
GILCHRIST, Daniel, & Co. calico printers, 19 South 

Hanover street 
Gilchrist, G. & W. dyers, 50 Bishop street, Anderston 
Gilchrist, Gavin, of G. 8^ W. Gilchrist, ho. 47 Bishop st. 
Gilchrist, George, hair dresser, 5 Eglinton street 

L 



122 GILCHRIST — GILMOUR. 



Gilchrist, James, innkeeper, Canal old bason 
Gilchrist, John, boot and shoe maker, 92 Glassford st. 
Gilchrist, Thomas, grocer. Main street, Bridgeton 
Gilchrist, Rev. William, 18 Robertson street 
Gilchrist, Wm. & Son, spirit dealers, &c. 65 Carrick st. 
Gilchrist, William, flesher, 62 Bell street 
Gilchrist, Mrs. E. spirit dealer, Hope street, Anderston 
Gilchrist, Mrs. spirit dealer, 124 Main st. Anderston 
Gilchrist, Mrs. dyer, 9 Great Dowhill 
GILFILLAN, J. & Co. muslin singers, 82 George st. 
Gilfillan, J. A. professor of painting, Andersonian 

University, George street 
Gilfillan, John, dairyman, 6 Cumberland street 
Gilfillan, Michael, writer, 41 South Albion street 
Gilfillan, Peter, 8 Montague place 
Gilfillan, Thomas, coal agent, 12 St. Andrew street 
Gilfillan, W. B. writer. Old Post- Office court 
Gilfillan, Wallace, portioner, 37 Bishop street 
Gilfillan, William, &Co. manufacturers, 63 Candleriggs 
Gilfillan, William and George, sheriif-officers and con- 
stables, 76 Gallowgate 
GILKISON, Alex. G. of Gilkison 8^ Brown^ house 

Portland street 
Gilkison & Brown, ship and insurance brokers, and 

commission agents, 23 Miller street 
GILLESPIE, Robert, baker, 6 Main street, Calton 
Gillespie, Wm. baker, 1 1 Nelson street, Tradeston 
Gillespie, William, eating house, 1 23 Bridgegate 
Gillespie, Mrs. Alex, calenderer, 11 Charlotte lane 
GILLIES, Alexander, spirit dealer, 23 Buns wynd 
Gillies, A. sedan chair office, 10 St. Enoch wynd 
Gillies, Dun. gardener. Green Market, ho. Hopepark 
Gillies, Neil, spirit dealer, 2Q Market street 
Gillies, Mrs. Thomas, spirit dealer, 45 King street 
Gillies, Mrs. 173 Blythswood Hill 
Gillies, Mrs. spirit dealer, 126 Old wynd 
Gillies, Miss, lodgings 45 Oswald street 
Gillies, Miss, lodgings 192 Argyll street 
GILMOUR, A. wig maker and hair cutter, 187 Tron- 
gate 



GILMOUR — GLASGOW. 123 



Gilmour, Allan, flssher, 20 Mutton market, King street, 

and 118 Queen street, house 16 St. Andrew square 
Gilmour, Alexander, spirit dealer, 59 Old venal 
Gilmour, Alexander, fleslier, Burnside, Port-Dundas 
Gilmour, Alex, victualler, 44 Great Hamilton street 
Gilmour, David, fleslier, 9 Beef market 
Gilmour, David, baker, 157 Gallowgate 
Gilmour & Hall, writers, 63 Miller street 
Gilmour, Jas. at Mule 8^ Gilmour s, 109 Brunswick st. 
Gilmour, John, mortcloth office, 11 Rutherglen loan 
Gilmour, John, of Wm. Gilmour 8^ Co. house Provan- 

side, Stirling's road 
Gilmour, John, beadle, Anderston Relief Church, ho. 

103 Main street, Anderston 
Gilmour, John, grocer, 26 Portugal street 
Gilmour, John, spirit dealer, 4 Laigh Kirk close 
Gilmour, Matthew, grocer, 33 King street, Calton 
Gilmour, R. at W. Church Sf Go's. ho. 188 Buchanan st. 
Gilmour, Robert, ironmonger, 102 Trongate, house 7 

Nicholson street 
Gilmour, Robert, spirit dealer, 134 Union street 
Gilmour, Robert, spirit dealer, 3 Wallace street 
Gilmour, William, & Co. wholesale woollen drapers, 

9 London street, and 2 Gallowgate 
Gilmour, William, of Wm,. Gilmour 8f Co. ho. Morris 

place, Monteith row 
Gilmour, William, wood merchant, 17 So. Maxwell st. 
Gilmour, William, flesher, 127 Fife place 
Gilmour, Mrs. Thomas, baker, Sauchiehall road 
Gilmour, Misses, 54 Buchanan street 
GIRD WOOD, Claud, & Co. engineers, founders and 

machine makers, Govan street, Hutchesontown 
GIRVAN, John, broker, 16 Great Hamilton street 
GLASGOW Academy, 153 Queen street. A. Watt 
Glasgow Agency and Pawnbroking Company, 75 Ar- 
gyll street 
Glasgow, Alexander, of Frew 8^ Glasgow, house 11 

Blythswood square 
Glasgow Apothecary Hall, 34 Virginia street. Alex. 

Mitchell, manager 



124 GLASGOW. 

Glasgow Assay office, 9 Melville place 

Glasgow Bank, 12 Ingram st. W. B. Cabbell, cashier 

Glasgow Bottle Works Co. 69 Great Clyde st. 

Glasgow Boot and Shoe Establishment, 167 Saltmarket 

Glasgow Chronicle Office, 28 Nelson street 

Glasgow Courier Office, Tontine Back Buildings 

Glasgow Co-Operative Bazar, 42 London st. Matthew 
Williamson, salesman 

Glasgow Cow Pock Institution Hall, 56 London street 
and St. Andrew st. Open from 12 to 1 on Fridays 

Glasgow Distillery Co. 41 Dmilop street 

Glasgow Distillery, Port-Dundas Wharf 

Glasgow and Edinburgh Canal Shipping Co. 100 Bu- 
chanan street. Robert Sanderson, manager 

Glasgow Foundery Co. Monkland Canal Bason 

Glasgow Gas Light Co.'s Office, 42 Virginia street. 
Works, Crispin place, Kirk street. Walter Fergu- 
son, secretary, house 117 West Regent street 

Glasgow Highland Society School, 69 Montrose street 

Glasgow Iron and Brass Wire Co. 24 Turner's court 

Glasgow Journal Office, 56 Trongate 

Glasgow Lock and Hinge Co. 62 Old venal. James 
Shearer, manager 

Glasgow Lock Hospital, 151 Rottenrow, open for ap- 
plicants at ten minutes before 1 o'clock p. m. only 

Glasgow Magdalane Asylum, entry off Dobbie's loan 
and Taylor street, Stirling's road 

Glasgow Medical Hall, 50 Argyll st. G. Penfold, manager 

Glasgow New Apothecaries' Co. 57 and 59 Glassford 
street. Wm. Greig, manager 

Glasgow Provident Bank, 86 Miller street. Archd. 
Lawson, secretary 

Glasgow Public Library, Miller's school, 157 Geo. st. 

Glasgow, Robt. screw & bolt maker, 86 Commerce st. 

Glasgow Rope work, 108 Stock well 

Glasgow Royal Botanic Garden, west end of Sauchie- 
hall street and Sandyford 

Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Castle street 

Glasgow Royal Lunatic Asylum, entry off Dobbie's 
loan and Taylor street, Stirling's road 



GLASGOW — GLENDINNING. 125 

Glasgow Repository for Horses, &c. 47 Union street 
Glasgow Saturday Evening Post, & Paisley and Ren- 
frewshire Reformer, Office, 28 Nelson street 
Glasgow Saw Mills, Baird & Brown, Port-Dundas 
Glasgow & Suburbs, Victualling Society, 93 Canning 

street. Thomas Robertson, salesman 
Glasgow Union Banking Company, 114 Trongate. 

James Andrew Anderson, manager 
Glasgow & Verreville Glass and Pottery Co."s works, 

Verreville, warehouse 69 and 71 Argyll street 
Glasgow Water Co.'s Office, 15 Queen street. J. O. 

Denny, secretary 
Glasgow Writing Ink manufactory, 137 George street 
GLASS, Alexander, tailor. South Hanover street 
Glass, William, spirit dealer, 13 Gallowgate 
Glass, William, boot & shoe warehouse, 144 Trongate 
GLASSFORD, Alexander, baker, 55 Gallowgate 
Glassford, J. grocer, 181 Main street, Anderston 
Glassford, Robert, factor, 44 Stevenson street 
GLEESON, William, whip and thong manufacturer, 

39 Prince's street, and 19 Trongate 
GLEN, A. Old Boot and French Horn tavern, 78 

Saltmarket 
Glen, Allan, joiner, 63 North Frederick street 
Glen, Archibald, merchant, 66 Miller street 
Glen, Archibald, at Thomas Shiels 4' Cos. lodgings 

Mrs. Rankine's, 29 College street 
Glen, George, boot and shoemaker, 8 Parkhouse lane 
Glen, George, & Co. manufacturers, 12 Stirling square 
Glen, George, of Geo. Glen c^y Co. ho. 99 W. Bath st. 
Glen, Hugh, & Co. cabinet makers, 89 Union street 
Glen, J. P. surgeon, 15 St. Andrew st. ho. 78 Saltmt. 
Glen, James, letters left at 190 Gallowgate 
Glen, R. & Son, calenderers & packers, 91 Virginia st. 
Glen, Robert, cooper, Cowcaddens 
Glen, Mrs. dress maker, 61 Tureen street 
Glen, Misses, J. & C. haberdashers, 54 Nelson street, 

34 and 35 Argyll arcade 
GLENDINNING, John, cabinet maker and joiner, 28 

Spoutmouth, house 16 St. Andrew square 
L 2 



126 GLOBE — GORDON. 



Globe Insurance Co. 37 Glassfordst. J. Christie, agent 
GODFREY, Andrew, broker, 8 Miller place 
GOODSIR, David, British Linen Co.'s Bank, Wylie's 

lodgings, Ml George street 
GOODWIN, John, of Sclanders 8^ Goodwin^ house 31 

North Hanover street 
Goodwin, Robt. grocer and spirit dealer, 39 Castle st. 
Goodwin, Robert, jun. at George Rutherfurd ^ Co's, 

145 Ingram street, house 65 Regent street 
Goodwin, Robert, writer, 23 Hutcheson street, house 

152 Rottenrow 
Goodwin, Thomas, baker, 228 High street 
Goodwin, William, writer, 26 Richmond street 
GO OLD, James, tea dealer, 83 High street 
Goold, John, grocer, 67 Clyde street, Calton 
Goold, Robert, spirit dealer, 23 High street 
Goold, William, grocer, 91 High street 
GOLDER, Robert, cabinet maker, 50 Centre street 
Golder, Wm. spirit dealer, 59 Wallace st. Tradeston 
Goldsmiths' Hall, 9 Melville place 
GORBALS Cotton Co, 46 St. Ninian street 
Gorbals Foundery Co. 192 Main st. Gorbals. Thomas 

Newton, manager 
Gorbals Mortcloth Office, 34 Buchan street, Gorbals 
Gorbals Police Office, 27 Portland street 
Gorbals Savings Bank, 23 Nicholson street, open every 

Saturday night from 7 till 9 o'clock to receive and 

pay deposits 
Gorbals Public Library, 69 Crown street, Hutcheson- 

town 
Gorbals Weavers' Mortcloth office, 11 Rutherglen loan 
GORDON, Adam, tailor, 77 Main street, Anderston 
Gordon & Campbell, messengers, 51 Brunswick street 
Gordon, George, guard of Ayr coach, house Rope- 
work lane 
Gordon, George, manufacturer, North Albion court 
Gordon, Henry, writer, Galloway's court, 37 Glassford 

street, house Gartshore House by Kirkintilloch 
Gordon, James, shoemaker, 56 King street, Calton 
Gordon, John, colourman, 200 George street 



GORDON GOW. 127 

Gordon & M'Dougal, drapers, 18 High street 

Gordon, Thomas, sheriff-officer, 51 Brunswick place 

Gordon, William, plasterer, 68 North Hanover street 

Gordon, William, tinsmith, 29 Main street, Anderston 

Gordon, William, Paisley carrier, 88 Candleriggs 

Gordon, William, slater, 135 New venal 

Gordon, Mrs. of Aitkenhead, 42 Buchanan street 

Gordon, Mrs. 60 Bath street 

Gordon, Mrs. milliner, 424 Gallowgate 

Gordon, Miss, milliner & stay maker, 57 Balmanno pi. 

GORMAN, Daniel, surgeon, Reid street, Bridgeton 

Gorman, Edward, spirit dealer, 13 Market street 

GOURLAY, C. & J. gun makers, 179 Argyll street 

Gourlie, George, baker, 39 Kent street 

Gourlay, James, wine and spirit merchant, 28 Dunlop 

street and 3 London road 
Gourlay, John, & Co. distillers, Port-Dundas 
Gourlay, John, sen. of J. Gourlay S>^ Co. ho. Cowlairs 
Gourlay, John, jun. Cowlairs 

Gourlay, R. & J. wholesale glovers, hosiers & haber- 
dashers, 42 Argyll street 
Gourlay, Robert, at J, Gourlay S^ Go's. Port-Dundas 
Gourlay, Wrn. at J. Gourlay S^ Cos. Port-Dundas 
Gourlie, Wm. merchant, 1 3 1 Ingram buildings 
Gowrlay, William, watchmaker, 155 Stockwell 
GOVAN, Calder and Faskine Coal Office, 37 

Giassford street 
Govan, James, spirit dealer, 56 Main street, Anderston 
Go van, James, grocer and spirit dealer, 54 Thistle st. 
Govan, James, builder, 40 Union street 
Govan, John, baker, 38 Hospital street 
Govan, John, at J. M'Call 8^ Cos. ho, 43 Oxford st. 
Govan, John, spirit dealer, 41 King street 
Go vane, Robert, 51 Union place 
Govan, Thomas, tea dealer, 76 Stockwell 
Govan, Wm. collector of poor rates, 22 Eglinton st. 
Go vane, Mrs. 51 Union street 
GOW, John, jun. tallow chandler, 35 King st. works 

Burnside lane, house Macomb's brae 
Gow, John, mercht. 39 Brunswick pi. ho. 50 Graeme st. 



128 GOW GRAHAM. 

Gow, Robert, of Gow, Ralston S^ Co. ho. Govanbank 

Gow, Robert, grocer, 21 Grseme street 

Gow, Ralston, & Co. bandanna manufacturers, 39 

Hutcheson street, works Little Go van 
Gow, Walter, at Peter Burn 8f Co's. 132 Trongate 
Gow, Walter, wine and spirit dealer, 6 Prince's street 
Gow, Walter, nailer, 65 Kirk street, Calton 
Gow, Mrs. Peter, noddy hirer, 4 St. Vincent place 
GOWANS, Henry, o/Muir, Gowans Sf Co. house 2 

Guildry court 
Gowans, James, builder, 7 Wallace street, Tradeston 
Gowan, Robert, & Co. 29 Brunswick place 
Gowan, Robert, house 40 Charlotte place, G. Clyde st. 
Gowans, Mrs. straw hat maker, 2 Guildry court 
GOWDIE, Adam, tailor, 56 Caltonmouth 
Gowdie, David, of Gowdies, Wilkinson 8^ Bull, house 

2 Clyde place 
Gowdie, David, jun. of Gowdies, Wilkinson &; Bull, 

house 19 Portland street, Laurieston 
Gowdies, Wilkinson & Bull, silk gauze manufacturers, 

62 Queen st. & 44 St. Paul's Church Yard, London 
GRAHAM, Alex. Islay distillery store, and bonding 

warehouse, agent for Islay and Skye steam packets, 

82 Maxwell street, house 5 Milton place 
Graham, Alexander, baker, 145 Gallowgate 
Graham, Alexander, cooper, 116 Stockwell 
Grahame, Archibald, writer, 135 Buchanan street, ho. 

Easterhouse 
Graham, Archibald, & Co. manufacturers of weaving 

utensils, gold thread, plate, &c. 109 Brunswick st. 

workshop 10 Portland street 
Graham & Co. merchants, 131 Ingram street 
Graham, David, at M. Thomsons 24 Kirk st. Gorbals 
Graham, G. R. D. at Wardrop Sf HalVs, house 63 

High John street 
Graham, George, at James Alexander 4" Co's. 
Graham, Henry, victualler, 97 High street 
Graham, Hugh, grocer, 30 Crown st. Hutchesontown 
Graham, James, manufacturer, 78 Hutcheson street, 

house Cloverbank, Garngad hill 



GRAHAM. 129 

Graham, James, of William Graham 8^ Co. house 2 

Abercromby place 
Graham, Jas. Maxwell, cotton works. Sister st. Calton 

Letters, &c. left at William Sleigh's, 84 Wilson st. 

house Blythswood place 
Graham, James, wright and builder, 117 Candleriggs 

and George street 
Graham, James, smith, 17 Kirk street 
Graham, Jas. of Graham 8^ Co. ho. 29 W. George st. 
Graham, John, printer, Melville place, house 40 North 

Frederick street 
Graham, Jolin, at James Kerrs, 1 1 Miller street, house 

Cloverbank, Garngad hill 
Graham, John, beadle of St. John's, and St. John's 

Parish mort-cloth office, 46 Graeme street 
Graeme, John, surgeon, 156 High street 
Graham, J. cartwright and spirit dealer, 32 Jamaica st. 
Graham, John, merchant, Mitchell street 
Graham, John, M. D. 38 Broomielaw 
Graham, John, flour merchant and tobacconist, 374 

Gallowgate, house 420 
Graham, John, broker, 67 Kirk street, Calton 
Graham, John, spirit dealer, 160 Broomielaw 
Graham, J.& W. auctioneers & ho. agents, 90 Argyll st. 
Graham, J.ofJ.Sf W. Graham, ho. 20 Great Clyde st. 
Graham, John, victualler, Castle street 
Graham, John, City Marshall and superintendent of 

police. South Albion street, house Stirling's road 
Graham, Joseph, spirit dealer, 41 Piccadilly street 
Graham, Joseph, auctioneer, 71 and 81 Trongate 
Graham, M'Kenzie, & Co. merchts. 23 So. Hanover st. 
Graham, Rev. Matthew, 62 George street 
Graham, Miller, spirit dealer, 200 Argyle street 
Graham, Patrick, grain merchant, 20 Charlotte street 
Graham, Patrick, baker, 22 Great Hamilton street 
Graham, Robert, provision dealer, 300 Argyll street 
Graham, Robert, shoemaker, Reid street, Bridgeton 
Graham, Robert, provision shop, 31 Old wynd 
Graham, Robert, cooper, 81 Carrick street 
Graham, Robert, surgeon, 34 Bridgegate 



1 30 GRAHAM GRANT. 



Graham, Robert, hosier, 117 Saltmarket 

Grahame, Robert, of Mitchell, Grahame 8^ Mitchell^ 

house Whitehill 
Graham, Simon, upholsterer, 46 Gordon street, house 

16 Commerce street 
Graham, Thom^iS, of Mitchell, Grahame 8f Mitchell, ve- 

sidence Mauldsiie castle 
Graham, Thomas, clothier, 8 Turner's court 
Graham, Walter, cooper, 86 Duke street 
Graham, Walter, merchant, 6 St. Andrew street 
Graliam, Walter, merchant, 42 Dunlop street 
Graham, William, & Co. merchants, 70 Miller street 
Graham, William, sen. of William Graham 8^ Co. ho. 

2 West Bath street 
Graham, William, jun. of William Graham 8^ Co. 70 

Miller street 
Graham, Wm. of Graham, M'Ke?izieSf Co. ho. Lambhill 
Graham, Wm. of J. Sf W. Graham, ho. 71 Portland st. 
Graham, William, & Co. grocers, 134 Gallowgate 
Graham, William, woollen draper, 8 Gallowgate 
Graham, William & Adam, writers, 42 George square 
Graham, Mrs. James, straw hat maker, I Crown street 
Graham, Mrs. John, 34 Portland street 
Graham, Mrs. William, flesher, Bell street market 
Graham, Misses, dress makers, &c. 57 West Nile street 
Graham, Misses, dress makers, Morrison's court 
Graham, Misses, corset and stay makers, 39 Nelson st. 
GRANDISON, George, baker, 1 Green street, Calton 
GRANGER, James, baker, 107 Upper Renfield street 
Granger, Robt. teacher, 1 1 Norfolk ct. ho. 15 Surrey st. 
Granger, Robert, upholsterer, 24 Queen street, house 

39 Maxwell street 
Granger, Robert, spirit dealer, Dalmarnock road 
Granger, Robert, spirit dealer, 60 Rottenrow 
Granger, Robert, beamer, 27 Weaver street 
GRANT, Adam, writer, 18 Melville place 
Grant, Alexander, at John Grant's, 17 Brunswick place 
Grant, Alex, grocer and spirit dealer, 411 Gallowgate 
Grant, Alexander, cooper, 77 Maxwell street 
Grant, Alexander, painter, 18 George street 



GRANT — GRAY, 131 



Grant, Andrew, statute labour office, 44 Trongate, ho. 

Barony glebe 
Grant, Archibald, flesher, 231 Gallowgate 
Grant, Rev. Charles, 34 Clyde street 
Grant & Co. cotton yarn merchts. 32 & 34 Wilson st. 
Grant, Daniel, clothier, 30 Nelson st. ho. 17 Trongate 
Grant, D. of Grant Sf Cb.ho. Clydebank, near Rutherglen 
Grant, Donald, grocer and spirit dealer, agent for the 

Cumbernauld lime works, Port-Dundas 
Grant, George, jun. power loom weaving works, 5 

Graham square, house Netherfield 
Grant, G. A. & Co. hosiery, and hosiery yarn ware- 
house, 88 Trongate 
Grant, Hector, merchant, 29 Brunswick place, house 

4 Albany place 
Grant, James, spirit dealer, 28 Saltmarket 
Grant, John, writer, 17 Brunswick place, house 4 

Graham's buildings, George street 
Grant, John, watch and clock maker, 1 Bishop street 
Grant, John, boot and shoemaker, 82 Nelson street 
Grant, John, grocer, &c. 1 Broad street. Mile-end 
Grant, John, boot and shoemaker, 17 St. Enoch lane 
Grant, Nathaniel, spirit dealer, 177 Trongate 
Grant, Peter, bookseller, 79 Stockwell 
Grant, Thomas, commission agent, 37 Glassford street 
Grant, Thomas, spirit dealer, 81 Candleriggs, house 

M'Symon place, Anderston walk 
Grant, Mrs. furnishing shop, 365 Gallowgate 
GRAVES, Richard, grocer, 41 Clyde st. Anderston 
GRAY, Alexander, insurance broker, 135 Buchanan 

street, house Portland place 
Gray, Alexander, accountant, 39 Miller street 
Gray, Andrew, baker, 11 New Bridge street 
Gray, Andrew, grocer, 116 Union street 
Gray, Andrew, letter carrier, P. O. ho. Taylor street 
Gray, Archd. flesher, 19 Mutton market. King street 
Gray, Benjamin, boot maker, 57 Nelson street 
Gray, Charles & David, distillers, 4 Muirhead street, 

house 12 Carlton place 
Gray, Charles, spirit dealer, 36 Marlborough street 



132 GRAY. 



Gray, Daniel, clothier, 263 George street 
Gray, David, draper and tailor, 43 Trongate 
Gray, David, spirit dealer, 87 Castle street 
Gray, D. K. at MatJiie 8^ Craig's, ho 63 George street 
Gray, George, engraver & stamp cutter, 125 Trongate 
Gray, George, & Co. tailors & clothiers, 32 Argyll st. 
Gray, H. soap and candle shop, 339 High street 
Gray, James, confectioner, 71 Prince's street 
Gray, James, stoneware dealer, 42 Bridge street 
Gray, James, grocer & spirit dealer, 1004 Gallowgate 
Gray, J. & J. North British Advertiser Office, 112 

Queen street 
Gray, James, & Co. iron founders and machine makers, 

Washington street 
Gray, John, B. writer, 131 Ingram street, house 185 

Blythswood hill, St. Vincent street 
Gray, J. C. surgeon, 63 Stevenson street 
Gray, John, manufact. of tohacco & snuff, 201 Trongate 
Gray, John, manufacturer, 14 Garthland street, house 

292 Argyll street 
Gray, John, pastry baker, 195 Gallowgate 
Gray, John, saddler, 11 Blackfriars' street 
Gray, Mercer & Co. manufacturers, 55 Glassford St. 
Gray, Peter, saddler, Burnside, Port-Dundas 
Gray, Richard, merchant, 23 Union street, house 1 

Albany place, Sauchiehall road 
Gray, Robert, Carntyne. Letters left at John Flockart's, 

34 Gallowgate 
Gray, Robert, of Gray, Mercer 8^ Co, ho. Glenorchard 
Gray, Robert, taproom, 25 Saltmarket 
Gray, Robert, engraver, tron steeple, 67 Trongate, 

house head of Crown street 
Gray, R. jun. & Allan, calico engravers. Orders left 

with Gray & Son, engravers 
Gray, Robert, & Son, goldsmiths, 78 Argyll street 
Gray, Samuel, grocer, Franklin street, Bridgeton 
Gray & Son, engravers, tron steeple, 67 Trongate 
Gray, Thomas, builder, 48 Great Hamilton street 
Gray, Thomas, comb-maker, 35 Trongate, ho. 33 
Gray, Thomas, boot and shoemaker, 29 Union street 



GRAY — GREIG. 133 



Gray, Thomas, boot and shoemaker, Cowcaddens 
Gray, Thomas, surgeon, 127 Gallowgate, house 168 
Gray, William, Claremont place, 53 Great Clyde st. 
Gray, William, tailor and clothier, 187 Trongate 
Gray, W. of Wighton, Gray 8^ Co. ho. 10 Brandon pi. 
Gray, William, spirit dealer, 5 New Bridge street 
Gray, Mrs. stay and corset maker, 29 Union street 
Gray, Mrs. grocer & spirit dealer, 22 Anderston quay 
GRAZEBROOK, Henry, iron merchant, 13 Dixon 

street, house 5 Montague place 
GREGOR, Alex, grocer and spirit dealer, 43 Taylor st. 
GREGORY, Richard F. Northampton thread lace 
p, manufacturer, 126 Trongate, ho. 60 Hutcheson st. 
GREEN, John, clothier, 76 Saltmarket 
Green Market, 46 Back wynd and New wynd 
Green Stephen, spirit dealer, Sauchiehall road 
Greenhead Spinning Co. James street, Bridgeton 
Greenland Whale Oil Office, 18 Melville place 
GREENLIE, John, shoemaker, 43 Great Hamilton st. 
Greenlees, Matthew, at Bnssell 4^ Browns 
GREENSHIELDS, Archibald, clothier, 34 Nelson 

street, house Galloway's court, George street 
Greensields, Samuel, & Co. clothiers and hatters, 113 

Ingram street 
Greenock Bank, 64 Buchanan street. John Robert- 
son, agent 
GREER, Henry, tailor, 1 North Clyde st. Anderston 
GREIG, Andrew, tailor, 30 King street 
Greig, B. merchant, 90 Candleriggs, house 2 Fife pi. 
Greig, David and William Fleming, accountants, 135 

Buchanan street 
Greig, James, confectioner, 29 Main street, Gorbals 
Greig, J. G. surgeon-dentist, 76 Buchanan street 
Greig, John, shoemaker. Main street, Bridgeton 
Greig, Robt. wright, 17 Canon street, ho. 44 Taylor st. 
Greig, Thomas, flesher, Main street, Bridgeton 
Greig, William, manager, Glasgow New Apothecaries' 

Co. house 55 Glassford street 
Greig, William, victualler, 26 Stockwell 
Greig, Mrs. A. crape and feather dresser, 30 King st. 



134 GRIERSON GUNN. 

GRIERSON, Ebenezer, tailor, 78 Saltmarket 
Grierson, James, tailor, St. Ninian street 
Grierson & Murray, goldsmiths and jewellers, 16 Ar- 
gyll street 
GRIEVE, Archd. of Grieve 8^ Scott, ho. 63 George st. 
Grieve & Cochrane, tobacconists, 41 High street 
Grieve, James tailor, 41 New wynd 
Grieve, James, writer, 51 Brunswick place, house 37 

North Hanover street 
Grieve, John, slater, 60 Kirk street, Calton 
Grieve, John, grocer, 45 Maxwell street 
Grieve, Robert, agent and dealer in Havannah cegars 

and writing ink, 241 Buchanan street 
Grieve, Robert, jun tea merchant, 21 Glassford street 
Grieve & Scott, wrights, 5 Balmanno street 
Grieve Walter, painter, 9 Coburg street 
GRIFFIN, John, broker, 17 Market street 
Griffin, Peter, boot and shoemaker, 25 Canon street 
Griffin, Richard, & Co. booksellers and publishers, 

public library and newsroom, 64 Hutcheson street 
Griffin, R. of R. Griffin 8^ Co. ho. 13 Monteith row 
GRIMSHA W, Ambrose, post-master, 33 Renfield st. 
GRINDLAY, David, grocer, 90 Kirk street, Calton* 
Grindlay, James, confectioner, 209 Gallowgate 
Grindlay, John, vintner, 5 Virginia street 
GROSART, Peter, vintner, 28 Saltmarket 
GRUBB, David, victualler, &c. 5 Kirk street, Calton 
Grubb, Thomas, & Co. vintners, 41 Miller place 
Guardian Fire and Life Assurance Office, 37 

Ingram street. William Perry, agent 
GUILD, James, maltster, Port-Dundas, ho. Corn st. 
Guild, William, 6z Co. merchants, 57 West Nile street 
Guild, Wm. of W. Guild 8^ Co. ho. 7 Montague place 
GULLAN, John, teacher, 103 Ingram street 
GUMPRECHT, Julius, merchant, 43 Buchanan street, 

house Jeaufield, Springburn 
GUNN, Rev. Adam, 21 Eglinton street 
Gunn, Alexander, flesher, 39 George street, and 9 St. 

Andrew lane 
Gunn, D. at Rev. Dr. Wardlaw's, 83 W. Regent st. 



GUNN HALL. 135 

Gunn, James, spirit dealer, Castle street 

Gunn, John, shoemaker, 21 Castle street 

Gunri, William, jun. clothier and hatter, 74 Argyll st. 

GUNNING, Robert, tailor, 20 East Clyde street 

GUNION, Wm. wine & spirit dealer, 87 Candleriggs 

GUTHRIE, Adam, spirit dealer, 330 Gallowgate 

Guthrie, Alex, engineer, 168 Gallowgate, house 

Bellgrove 
Guthrie, Alexander, & Co. merchants, 9 Cochran street 
Guthrie, Alex, of Alex. Guthrie S^ Co. house 10 Aber- 

cromby place 
Guthrie, James, grocer, 13 College street 
Guthrie, Kinloch & Co. calico printers, 3 Brunswick ct. 

H 
RACKET, James, spirit dealer, 27 George street 
HADDIN, Jas. writer, house and office 48 Stockwell 
Haddin, Mrs. 12 Monteith row 
HADFIELD, George, saw-maker and hardVareman, 

47 Argyll street 
HAG ART, J. Royal Exchange tavern, 126 Queen st. 
Haggart, John, spirit dealer, 45 Old venal 
Hagart, John, teacher, St. Mungo's parish school 
HAIG, James, & Son, distillers, Lochrin, cellars 84 

Queen street. James Thomson, agent 
Haig, Wra. general furnishing and fringe maker, 45 

George square 
HAIGH, Captain W. P. royal engineers, 37 Portland 

street, Laurieston 
HALBERT, Wra. teacher of English, 1 Portland 

street, Laurieston 
Halbert, Mrs. lodgings, Peter's buildings, West Nile st. 
HALDANE, Henry, of Anderson 8^ Ilaldane, house 

17 York street 
Haldane, J. engraver, 42 Argyll street 
HALL, A. & Co. boot and shoemakers, 44 & 45 Ar- 
gyll Arcade, house Pratt's court, 109 Argyll street 
Hall, Donaldson & Stirling, goldsmiths and jewellers, 

106 Trongate 
Hall, James, & Son, upholsterers, 193 Argyll street 



136 HALL — HAMILTON, 

Hall, J. brazier and tinsmith, 167 Main street, Gorbals 
Hall, Richard, jun. writer, 90 Argyll street 
Hall, Robert, 39 Norfolk street, Laurieston 
Hall, Mrs. sewing school, 18 Washington street 
HALLIDAY, Charles, packing officer. Excise office 
HALIBURTON, M. Post-office, ho. 12 Monteithrow 
HAMILTON, A.& P. & Co. tobacconists, 28 Stockwell 
Hamilton, A. at Wm. Haynilton s^ S5 Ropework lane 
Hamilton, Alexander, tobacconist, 177 Gallowgate 
Hamilton, A. of Hamilton 4" Swan, ho. 38 Norfolk st. 
Hamilton, Archibald, of Hamilton 8^ Monteath, house 

208 Blythswood hill 
Hamilton, Barnard, Weavers' Office, 49 King st. Calton 
Hamilton, Charles, of Stephens 8^ Hamilton, house 6 

Holland place 
Hamilton, Daniel, brickmaker, Greenvale, Calton 
Hamilton, David, spirit dealer, ] 6 Little street, Calton 
Hamilton, David, architect, 233 Buchanan street 
Hamilton, David, spirit dealer, 1 1 Well street 
Hamilton, D. & Son, marble works, 235 Buchanan 

street, and 5 Cathcart street 
Hamilton, E. & A. grocers, 19 Norfolk street 
Hamilton Farm and Fullerton Coal Office, 1 

Oswald street. W. Hogarth, agent, ho. 75Carrick st, 
Hamilton, Jas. sen. & Co. merchants, 57 Robertson st. 
Hamilton, James, grocer. Main street, Bridgeton 
Hamilton, James, of Macleroy, Hamilton S^ Co. house 

46 West George street 
Hamilton, James, manufacturer. Smith's court 
Hamilton, J. & Co. wine merchts. 19 St. Andrew st. 
Hamilton, James, & Co. agents, Netherland and Rhine 

War Steam Packet Office, &c. 21 St. Andrew st. 
Hamilton, James, victualler, 95 Saltmarket, house 97 
Hamilton, James, victualler, 206 Gallowgate 
Hamilton, James, victualler, 446 Gallowgate 
Hamilton, James, of A. 8f P. Hamilton cf Co> house 5 

Maxwelton place 
Hamilton, James, of J. 8f J. Hamilton, writers, house 

95 Hutcheson street 
Hamilton, James, broker, 7 King street, Calton 



HAMILTON — HANNAY. 137 

Hamilton, J. & J. writers, 57 Miller street 
Hamilton, John, shuttle maker, 9 Gibson street 
Hamilton, John, & Co. brush & basket manufacturers, 

38 Candleriggs and 25 Stirling- street 
Hamilton, John, victualler, 129 Gallowgate 
Hamilton, John G. merchant, of Henry Monteith 8^ Co, 

house 153 Blythswood place 
Hamilton, J. of A. 4- P. Hamilton 8^ Co. ho. 7 Eldon pi. 
Hamilton, John, spirit dealer, 346 & 348 High street 
Hamilton, John, candle maker, 409 Argyll street 
Hamilton, J. of D. Hamilton S^ Son, 235 Buchanan st. 
Hamilton, John, gardener, 215 Argyll street 
Hamilton, J. gardener, Green market, ho. Garngadhill 
Hamilton, Joseph, baker, Dalraarnock road 
Hamilton, Laurence, broker, 3 Main street, Calton 
Hamilton, Mathew, & Co. merchants, 85 Candleriggs 
Hamilton, Monteath & Co. wine merchants and whole- 
sale tea dealers, 157 Trongate 
Hamilton, Robert D. writer, 115 High street 
Hamilton & Swan, manufacturers, 16 Brunswick lane 
Hamilton, Thomas, grocer. Main street, Bridgeton 
Hamilton, Thomas, Bull inn, Dnke street 
Hamilton, William, & Co. pattern drawers and print- 
cutters, 190 Trongate 
Hamilton, Wm. at Robt. Bogle8fCos.\LO. 151 Moore pi. 
Hamilton, W. of Macleroy, Hamilton 8^ Co. house 

Craignestock 
Hamilton, William, tailor 71 King- street 
Hamilton, William, 115 High street 
Hamilton, William, grocer, 40 Bishop street 
Hamilton, Wm. rope manufact. 25 Ropework lane 
Hamilton, William, tea dealer, 260 Gallowgate 
Hamilton, Mrs. Charles, 6 Holland place 
Hamilton, Mrs. 52 West Nile street 
Hamilton, Mrs. lodgings, 78 Stockwell 
Hamilton, Mrs. grocer, 67 Stevenson street, Calton 
Hamilton, Mrs. milliner, 10 Bell street 
Hamilton, Miss, 25 George square 
HANNAY, A. & Co. silk merchants, 59 Hatcheson 
street, house Edwin place 
M 2 



138 HANNAY — HARLEY. 



Hannay, Anthony, grocer, 141 Main st. Anderston 

Hannay, A. coal agent, 105 Stockwell 

Hannay, A. J. M.D. lecturer on the theory and practice 

of physic, 9 St. Vincent place 
Hannah, James, umbrella maker, 199 Gallowgate 
Hannah, James, horse dealer, Gordon street lane 
Hannah, John teacher, Port-Dundas 
Hannah, J. fleslier, 1 Mutton market, & N. Town market 
Hannah, John, pawnbroker, 36 Bell street, house 10 

Great Hamilton street 
Hannah, Nathan, eating house, 257 Argyll street 
Hannah, Robert, fleslier, 21 Mutton market, King st. 
Hannah, Mrs. W. stay maker, 35 Nelson street 
Hannah, Mrs. straw hat maker, 16 Gibson street 
HANNAN, James, at Henry Monteith 8^ Cos. 
HANDYSIDE, N. general agent, 25 Queen st. house 

135 North Wellington street 
HANNINGTON,W. surveyor of Police, 249 Argyll st. 
Hannnington, Mrs. 249 Argyll street 
Harbour-master for Steam vessels, James Russell, 

16 Robertson street 
Harbour-master for Traders, William Johnston, 16 do. 
HARD IE, Andrew, dyer, 13 St. Enoch lane 
Hardie, Andrew, spirit dealer, 91 Drygate 
Hardie, David, tailor, 1 1 New wynd 
Hardie, David, sheriff-officer, 60 Stockwell street 
Hardie, Edmond, boot and shoemaker, 22 Prince's st. 
Hardie, James, of Lancefield, superintendent of statute 

labour, 44 Trongate, house 35 Duke street 
Hardie, John, boot and shoemaker, 40 Saltmarket 
Hardie, John, spirit dealer, 35 and 37 Bell street 
Hardie, Robert, teacher, 73 High John street 
Hardie, William, teacher of English, 40 George square 
Hardie, Misses, milliners and dress makers, 89 Drygate 
HARGREAVES, James, at Carron Warehouse 
Hargreaves, John, carrier, 124 Brunswick street 
HARKIN, Charles, spirit dealer, 63 Cowcaddens 
HARKNESS, A. at E. Railtons 
HARLEY, Andrew, fish dealer, 65 St. George place, 

and 85 Jamaica street, house 44 Maxwell street 



HARLEY HARVEY. 139 



Harley, David, & Co. yarn warehouse, 10 Garthland st. 
Harley, James, boot and shoemaker, 41 Adelphi st. 
Harley, James, & Co. wholesale haberdashers, hosiers, 

glovers and button factors, 125 Trongate 
Harley, James, of James Harley S^ Co, ho. Garnethill 
Harley, Wni. starcher, 60 Rose st. Hutchesontown 
HARM AND, John, French Consul, and teacher of the 

French Language, 6 South Hanover street 
HARPER, Jas. (^Harper S^ Semple, ho. 94 Regent st. 
Harper, Park & Co. agents, auctioneers and appraisers, 

62 Argyll street 
Harper, S. of Harper, Park 8^ Co. ho. Greenhill pi. 
Harper & Semple, commission merchts. 45 Turner's ct. 
Harper, Wm. H, & Co. manufacts. 103 Hutcheson st. 
Harper, W. H.ofW.Henry Harper 8^ Co.ho. Greenhill pi. 
Harper, William, 52 Queen street 
HARRIS, Rev. Geo. ho. 56 Portland st. Laurieston 
Harris, James, shoe merchant, 32 Prince's street 
Harris, Robert, thread twister, Mitchell street 
Harris, Thomas, twister, Mitchell street 
Harris, Thomas, spirit dealer, 46 Hospital street 
Harris, William, plumber, 26 New wynd 
HARRISON'S, Mrs. lodging, 63 High John street 
HARRO WER, Miss, dress maker, 30 New Bridge st. 
HART, Archibald & Son, dyers and scourers, 28 St. 

Andrew street 
Hart, James, ofRobt. Hart 8^ Co. house 54 Regent st. 
Hart, James, broker, 19 St. Margaret place 
Hart, John, spirit dealer, 51 King street, Tradeston 
Hart, John, at William Dunn's, 93 Ingram street, ho. 

Madeira buildings * 

Hart, Robert, & Co. manufacts. 23 South Frederick st. 
Hart, Robert, ofRt. Hart 8)^ Co. ho. St. George's road 
Hart, Thomas, writer, 24 Miller street 
Hart, William, Procurator FiscaVs Office, 60 Stock- 
well, house 9 Main street, Blythswood holme 
HARTLEY, A. M. elocutionist, 9 St. George place 
Hartley, D. elementary school, 9 St. George place 
HARVEY, Archibald, of Harvey, Brand &; Co. ho. 

33 West George street 



140 HARVIE — HASTIE. 

Harvie, Rev. Alexander, house Whitevale 

Harvey, Alexander, manager of Henry Monteith & 

Co's. works, Rutherglen bridge 
Harvey, Andrew, accountant, Leitcli's court, 157Tron- 

gate, house 36 Kent street 
Harvey, Brand & Co. silk shawl warehouse, 1 Ingram 

street, works John street, Bridgeton 
Harvies, & Co. merchants, 26 Jackson street 
Hervey, Henry, spirit dealer, 13 Oxford street 
Harvey, J. E. spirit dealer, 74 High street 
Harvey, James, grocer & spirit dealer, 2 Kirk street 
Harvie, James, victualler, 129 Bridgegate 
Harvey, J. S. portrait and miniature painter, 13 St. 

Vincent place 
Harvey, James, writer, ho. and office 19 Cochran st. 
Harvie, James, town-officer. 111 Saltmarket 
Harvie, John, Madeira Court Repository, Argyll st. 
Harvie, John, writer, P. F. of Calton, 90 Candleriggs 
Harvie, John, soap and candle shop, 382 Gallowgate 
Hervey, John, at Arch. Grahames, 135 Buchanan st. 
Hervey, John, & Co. wholesale silk & stuff warehouse- 
men, 197 Trongate, ho. 100 West Regent street 
Harvie, Robert, grocer, 1 Clyde street, Calton 
Hervey, Robert, merchant, 76 Buchanan street 
Harvie, Robert, cabinet maker, 48 Stockwell 
Harvey, Thomas, spirit merchant, 28 and 30 Jackson 
St. 29 Rope work lane, 12 Stirling st. 76 Gallowgate, 
45 London st. 135 Great Hamilton st. 84 Clyde st. 
Anderston, 12 Adelphi street, and 1 Crown street 
Harvey Wm. Yoker distillery cellar, 76 Maxwell st. 
Harvey, W. & J. grocers, 2 Sauchiehall street 
Harvey, William, grocer, 16 George street 
Harvey, Mrs. A repository, 86 Buchanan street 
Harvie, Miss, dressmaker, 5 Great Dowhill 
Harvey, J. & C. Misses, dressmakers, 37 Oxford street 
Harvey, M. green grocer, 41 George street 
HASSON, Charles, broker, 24 St. Margaret's place 
HASTIE, A. o/Bl Hastie 8^ Co. 177 Blythswoodhill 
Hastie, Walter, musician, 62 New wynd 
Hastie, William, painter, 157 High street 



HASTIE HAY. 141 

Hastie, Robert, & Co. merchants, 89 Ingram street 
HASWELL'S, R. lodgings, 54 West Nile street 
HATRICK, John, surgeon and druggist, 371 Gal- 

lowgate, house 2 Sidney street 
Hatters' House of Call, Black Boy tavern, 39 

Stockwell 
HAUGHEY, William, broker, 69 Kirk street, Calton 
Haughie, Catherine, herring dealer, 142 King street 
HAUKS, William, bridle, bit and stirrup maker, 24 

Cochran street 
HAWEY, Thomas, cutler, 88 Gallowgate 
Hawkhead MealMillShop. A.Craig, 1 53 Bridgegate 
HAWTHORN, Robert, shoemaker, 320 Argyll st. 
Hawthorn, Mrs. Alex, spirit dealer, 22 Carrick street 
HAY, Alexander, architect, 79 Commerce street 
Hay, Alexander, victualler, 107 Main st. Anderston 
Hay, Andrew, grain merchant, 96 Trongate, house 

43 Saltmarket 
Hay, Andrew, victualler, 25 Stevenson street, Calton 
Hay, Charles, livery stables and saddle horses on hire, 

St. Vincent lane and Hope street 
Hay, David, distiller, Woodside. Letters left at 11 

King street 
Hay, James, mason and smock-doctor, 13 Wellington st. 
Hay, James, hair cutter, 340 High street 
Hay, James, tailor, 76 Gallowgate 
Hay, John, dairyman, St. Vincent lane 
Hay, John, bleacher, NetherSeld. Letters left at J. 

Lindsay & Co. 53 Candleriggs 
Hay, John, turner, 33 Stockwell ^ 

Hay, John, spirit dealer, 179 Cowcaddens 
Hay, John, grocer, 225 High street 
Hay, John, & Co. bleachers, Woodside. Orders and 

letters left at J. Monteith & Co's. 37 Glassford street 
Hay, Matthew, spirit dealer, 32 Crown street 
Hay, William, English academy, 44 Crown street 
Hay, William, victualler, 143 Trongate 
Hay, Wm. & Co. wine merchants, 103 Hutcheson st. 
Hay, Wm. of William Hay &^ Co, ho. 138 George st* 
Hay, Mrs. lodgings, 68 Glassford street 



142 HAY — HENDERSON. 



Hay, Mrs. broker, 460 Gallowgate 

Hay, Miss, muff and tippet maker, 47 Gordon street 

Hay, Miss, grocer, 274 High street 

HECTOR, John, boot maker, 284 Argyll street 

HEDDERWICK, A. Gorbals brewery, 22 Buchan st. 

Hedderwick, James, & Son, printers, 43 Argyll street, 

house 42 York street 
Hedderwick, John W. Adelphi brewery, Govan street 
Hedderwick, John, & Co. Dundee warehouse, 50 High 

street, house 28 Portland street, Laurleston 
HEGGIE, Andrew, flesher, 176 Argyll street 
Heggie, George, cabinet maker, 104 Candleriggs, ho. 

22 Tarbet street 
Heggie, Jas. bookseller and stationer, 13 Saltmarket 
Heggie, J. B. of Ogilvie, Heggie ^ Co. ho. 52 York st, 
Heggie, Ogilvie & Co. brass founders, 69 Mitchell st. 
HENDERSON, A. R. writer, 48 Queen street 
Henderson, Alex, of Mitchell^ Grahame 8^ Mitchell^ 

ho. Bridge street, Tradeston 
Henderson, Andrew, & Co. manufacturers, 79 Bell st. 
Henderson, Andrew, portrait painter, 109 Argyll st. 
Henderson & Barton, writers, 48 Queen street 
Henderson, George, & Co. Letters left at J. Reid's, 

94 Miller street 
Henderson, Hector, tea, wine and spirit merchant, 104 

Gallowgate, and 48 Kirk street, Calton 
Henderson, Hugh, victualler, 265 Gallowgate 
Henderson, H. glass cutter, 17 Brunswick lane 
Henderson, James, provision store, 164 Up. Nile st. 
Henderson, John, & Son, coopers, 93 Main st. Gorbals 
Henderson, John, spirit dealer, 28 Back wynd 
Henderson, John, turner, Bell street, Bridgeton 
Henderson, John, carver, 7 Guildry court 
Henderson, J. C. of Hejiderson &) Moffat, ho. 76 John st. 
Henderson, John, slater, 22 Clay thorn street 
Henderson, John, messenger, 84 Wilson street 
Henderson, John, spirit dealer, 22 Govan street, and 

46 Main street, Anderston 
Henderson & Miller, writers, 7 Park place 
Henderson, M'Kiniay &Co. manufacts. 113 Brunsw. st. 



HENDERSON — HEPBURN. 143 

Henderson & MofFat, warehousemen, 99 Trongate 
Henderson, Patrick, cork cutter, 64 Prince's street 
Henderson, R. & J. merchants and drysalters, 4 South 

Frederick st. shop 31 High st. house 94 Ingram st. 
Henderson, Robert, flesher, 14 Main street, Anderston 
Henderson, Thomas, spirit dealer, 13 Eglinton street 
Henderson, Thomas, tailor, Melville street lane 
Henderson, Wm. soap and candle manufacturer, house 

& works 102 & 104 New wynd, shop 74 Bridgegate 
Henderson, W. S, watch glass cutter, 17 Brunsk. lane 
Henderson, Mrs. Archibald, 153 Blythswood hill 
Henderson, Mrs. James, silk dyer, 5 Ropework entry 
Henderson, Mrs. John, spirit dealer, Blackquarry 
Henderson, Mrs. grocer, 388 Gallowgate 
HENDRY, Archibald, grocer, 122 Drygate 
Hendry, Charles, broker, 118 Saltmarket 
Hendry, David, wine and spirit cellar, 69 Gallowgate 
Hendry, E. & J. tailors and clothiers, 148 Trongate 
Hendry, E. lodgings, 118 George street 
Hendry & Fletcher, wood merchants, Craignestock 
Hendrie, Dr. George, 137 Trongate, house 132 
Hendry, James, broker, 33 Bridgegate 
Hendrie, James, marble cutter, 339 Argyll street 
Hendry, James, wright and glazier, 28 Crown street 
Henry, James, post-oiffice, house Green street 
Henry, James, tea dealer, 27 Thomson's lane, Calton 
Henry, JamesJ, waiter, Tontine coiFee room, house 

Back buildings 
Hendry, Jas. of Leslie, Reid 8^- Co. ho. 49 Montrose st 
Hendrie, J. & A. fleshers, 43 Jamaica street 
Hendry, J. & H. grocers, 60 Bridgegate 
Hendry, John, manufacturer, 41 Stirling square 
Hendry, John, & Sons, rope makers, 7 Pitt street 
Hendry, Peter, broker, 118 Bridgegate 
Hendry, Mrs. spirit dealer, 3 King street 
HENEY, Bryne, stoneware mer. 92 Main st. Gorbals 
HENNING, William, broker, 64 Bridgegate 
HEPPLE, Mrs. midwife, 20 Steel street 
HEPBURN, Adam, of J. 8^ A. Hepburn, house Pol- 

lokshaws road 



144 HEPBURN — HILL. 



Hepburn, Alexander, spirit dealer, 80 Bridgegate 
Hepburn, J. & A. manufacturers, 27 Wilson street 
Hepburn, John, of J.S^ A. Hepburn^ ho. 67 Oswald st. 
Hepburn, Robert, boot and shoemaker, 56 George st. 
Herald Office, 90 Bell street 
HERBERT, David, victualler, 345 Argyll street 
HERBERTS ON, Alex, manufact. 60 Hutcheson st. 
Herbertson, James, joiner, 41 Warwick street 
Herbertson, .John, architect, 2 Bath street, house 198 

Buchanan street 

Herbertson, Thos. wright & builder, St. George's road. 

Letters left at R. & P. Stirling's, 156 Argyll street 

Herbertson, T. H. collector of canal dues, Port-Dundas 

Herbertson, William, grocer and spirit dealer, 272 

High street 
Hercules Fire Insurance Company. Agents, Andw. 
Thomson, sen. Royal Exchange, G. Salmond, Glas- 
gow Union Bank, and Patrick Neilson, Hutcheson st. 
HERON, Andrew, hair dresser, 53 Main st. Gorbals 
Heron, Richard, provision shop, 105 Old wynd 
Herring Market, foot of King street 
HERRIOT, James, smith, 22 Campbell street 
Herriot, Peter, teacher, Rumford street, Bridgeton 
HETHERINGTON, John, file cutter, 32 Thistle st. 
HEUGH, Rev. Hugh, house North Montrose street 
HEWIT, William, tavern, 7 M'Alpine street 
Hewit, Mrs. M. lodgings, 82 Hutcheson street 
HIGGINS, W.&Co. soap & candle office, 1 27 Trongate 
Higgens, Mrs. Andrew, silk dyer, 45 King st. Calton 
Higgens, Mrs. straw hat maker, &c. 7 Campbell street 
Higgens, Miss E. corset maker, 23 East Clyde street 
HILL, Archibald, pastry baker, 32 Renfield street 
Hill & Davidson, writers, 1 South Frederick street 
Hill, George, vintner, 85 Trongate, and 13 King street 
Hill, James, keeper of the register of sasines, &c. for 

Renfrewshire, &c. 109 Fife place 
Hill, John, toll keeper. New bridge 
Hill, Laurence, writer, 1 South Frederick street 
Hill, Peter, superintendent, Town's hospital, house 33 
Norfolk street 



HILL — HOOD. 145 

Hill & Shearer, confectioners, 7 Buchanan street 

Hill, Thomas, wright and undertaker, 21. Campbell St. 

Hill, W. D. manufact. 51 Cochran st. ho. 108 Argyll st. 

Hill, William, supervisor, Excise office 

Hill, Mrs. spirit dealer, 61 Kirk street, Calton 

Hill, Miss J. teacher, 14> Garthland street 

Hill, Miss J. straw hat maker, 79 Glassford street 

HILLHOUSE, Mrs. furniture warehouse, 145 Saltm. 

HILTON, James, tavern keeper, and beadle of the 

Old Episcopal Chapel, 1 George square 
HINSHAW, John, & Co. merchants, 45 Miller street 
Hinshaw, J. of J. Hinsltaw <^ Co. 4 Renfield street 
Hinshaw, Rt. of John Hinshaw Sx; Co. 155 Buchanan St. 
HINSHELWOOD, John, at Alloa Glass Warehouse, 

28 Wilson street 
HYSLOP, Edward, shoemaker, 5 Clay thorn street 
Hislop, George, machine maker, 63 St. Enoch wynd 
Hislop, Richard, nail manufacturer, 10 G. Hamilton st. 
HODDER, John F. land waiter, Port-Dundas 
HODGES, Charles, glass cutter, 78 Queen st. house 

28 Maxwell street 
Hodge, David, spirit dealer, 40 M'Kechnie street 
Hodge, David, cabinet maker, 101 King st. Tradeston 
Hodges, Geo. at Ferrier, Rose 8^ Cos. 142 Argyll st. 
Hodge, John, flesher, 162 Argyll street 
Hodge, Robt. grocer & joiner, 99 King st. Tradeston 
Hodge, William, surgeon, 74 Argyll street 
Hodge, William, spirit dealer, 65 Trongate 
HOGG, Graham, vintner, 37 Trongate, and merchant, 

tailor 17 
Hogg, John, tinsmith, 178 Gallowgate 
Hogg, Waiter, spirit dealer, 25 M' Alpine street 
HOLLIDAY, Robert, tallow chandler, 96 Bell street 
HOLMES, John, grocer and spirit dealer, Finnieston 
HOLLAND^ Edward, 92 M' Alpine street 
HOME, George, 194 Main street, Gorbals 
HONEYMAN, John, merchant, 52 Union place, ho. 

65 Regent street 
Honeyman, John, spirit dealer, 19 Canning street 
HOOD, Andrew, cooper, 234 Gallowgate 

N 



146 HOOD HOUSEHOLD. 

Hood, A. tailor, 6 Maxwell street 

Hood, James, jun. cooper, 90 Candleriggs, house 95 

Hood, James, victualler, 89 Main street, Gorbals 

Hood, John, spirit dealer. 111 Carrick street 

Hood, John, muslin warehouse, 53 Candleriggs 

Hood, Robert, cooper, 90 Candleriggs, house 95 

Hood, Robert, draper, 26 High street 

Hood, William, surgeon, 220 Argyll street 

HOODY, Elizabeth, grocer, 108 New wynd 

HOOKER, Joseph, 110 West Bath street 

Hooker, William Jackson, L.L.D. professor of botany, 

110 West Bath street 
HOOKS, Mrs. Alex, victualler, 149 High street 
HOOME, Archd. at George M' Lead's, 33 Argyll st. 
Hoome, Wilson & Co. manufacts. 120 Brunswick st. 
HOPE, David, of Fleming 8^ Hope, ho. 49 Bath st. 
Hope John, baker, 91 Green street, Calton 
HOPKIRK, Cunningham & Co. merchts. 60 Union st. 
Hopkirk, James, of Dalbeth. Letters left at John 

Bell's, 60 Union street 
Hopkirk, Thomas, merchant, 230 George street 
Hopkirk, Miss, 47 West Nile street 
HORN, David, town-officer, 62 Bridgegate 
Horn, James, spirit dealer, 136 Broomielaw 
Horn, John, furnishing shop, 56 High street 
Home, John, cloth merchant, 27 Trongate 
Horn, John, spirit dealer, 79 and 81 Saltmarket 
Horn, Mrs. grocer, 64 Clyde street, Anderston 
Horn, Miss E. milliner, 4 and 8 Bell street 
HORNAL, Peter, spirit dealer, 16 Hospital street 
Hornal, W. of Rt. Hutchison 8^ Co. ho. 46 Saltmarket 
HORSBOROUGH, Mrs. midwife, 17 Govan street 
HOSIE, J. ropemaker,23 Stockwell, works Gorbals toll 
Hosie, Robert, surgeon, 32 Stockwell 
HOTS ON, J.writer,o/iilf' Z)oz^<2// (^^ofoo?2,49 Virginiast 
HOULDSWORTH, Henry, & Sons, cotton spinners, 

Anderston, house Cranstonhill 
Houldsworth, William, 264 St. Vincent street 
HOUSEHOLD, Charles, cooper, office for adjusting 

measures, 52 Howard street 



HOUSTOUN— HUNTER. 147 

HOUSTOUN, A. M'D. of Joseph, Morton ^ Co.ho. 

1 Stockwell place 
Houston, A. at H. Monteith 8^ Cos. ho. 132 Queen st. 
Houston, John, spirit dealer, Rumford st. Bridgeton 
Houston, John, manufacturer, 20 Candleriggs, agent 

for Blackburn Spinning Go's, cotton yarn. William 

Houston, managing partner 
Houston, John, wright, 8 Buchan street 
Houston, J. lappet wheel maker, 13 Little Hamilton st. 
Houston, Peter, bookseller, 6 Guildry Court 
Houston, Robert, shoemaker, 443 Argyll street 
Houston, Wm. shawl manufacturer West Ingram ct. 
Houston, William, spirit dealer, Dalmarnock road 
Houston, Mrs. corset maker, 143 Gallowgate 
HOW, William, hide merchant and leather factor, 28 

St. Andrew square, house 74 Charlotte street 
HOWASON, T. spirit dealer, Port-Dundas 
HO WAT, Miss, milliner, 10 Coburg street 
HO WATSON, Thomas, sen. & Co. manufacturers, 

81 Wilson street 
Howatson, Walter, wright, 31 North Albion street 
HOWIE, Jas.writer, 137 Trongate, ho. 11 Nicholson st. 
Howie, John, at Den7iistoun, Buchanan 4" Co's. 
Howie, T. & Co. waggon office, 36 & 38 Montrose st. 
Howie, W. & Co. cabinet makers, 147 Main st. Gorbals " 
HOWLISON, James, victualler, 193 Buchanan st. 
HUGHES, Edward, button mould maker, 53 Crown st. 
Hughes, Jas. grocer & spirit dealer, 77 King st. Caltop 
HUMBEO, John, butcher, 11 Commerce st. Tradeston 
HUMBLE, Mrs. J. spirit dealer, 7 St. Andrew street 
HUME, Robert, chimney sweeper, 50 New wynd 
Hume, William, spirit dealer, 73 Old wynd 
HUMPHREYS, Robert, weaving works, John street, 

Bridgeton 
Humphreys, William, pattern drawer and print cutter, 

66 Trongate 
Humphreys, Mrs. milliner, 112 Gallowgate 
HUNTER, Alexander, tailor, 24 Canon street 
Hunter, Andw. & Co. manufacts. 23 So. Frederick st. 
Hunter, A. clothier, 100 Trongate, ho. 52 Charlotte st. 



148 HUNTER. 



Hunter, Duncan, & Co. cotton spinners, Greenbead, 

and 28 Sidney street, warehouse Ingram court 
Hunter, George, tailor, 38 Trongate 
Hunter, George, & Co. 74 Buchanan street 
Hunter, James, dairyman, 36 Duke street 
Hunter, James, & Co. ship builders, 26 Brown street 
Hunter, James, of James Hunter 8f Co. ship builders, 

house 34 York street 
Hunter, James, hatter, 122 Trongate 
Hunter, James, spirit dealer, 9 West George street 
Hunter, James, manufacturer, 79 Bell street 
Hunter, James, dairyman, 20 Portland street 
Hunter, James, spirit dealer, 41 Coburg buildings 
Hunter, James & Robert, brewers, 23 Montrose st. 
Hunter, J. G. 100 Trongate, ho. 52 Charlotte street 
Hunter, John, coal agent & spirit dealer, 34 New wynd 
Hunter, John, baker & flour merchant, 306 Gallowgate 
Hunter, John, dairyman, Sauchiehall street 
Hunter, John, lodgings, 4 Nicholson street 
Hunter & Kerr, cabinet makers, 54 Gordon street 
Hunter, Malcom, of Hunter, Thomas 8^ Co, ho. Auld- 

field, PoUokshaws 
Hunter, M. & Co. wood merchts. 438 Gallowg. ho 450 
Hunter, Robert, cabinet maker, 410 Argyll street 
Hunter, Robert, flesher, 57 Crown street 
Hunter, Dr. Robert, professor of anatomy and physio- 
logy, Andersonian university, ho. 33 No. Hanover st. 
Hunter, Robert, tobacconist, 73 Saltmarket, house 71 
Hunter & Ronald, smiths, 72 Clyde street, Andergton 
Hunter, Samuel, of Herald Office, ho. 168 George st. 
Hunter, Thomas, spirit dealer, QQ Old venal 
Hunter, Thos. & Co. merchts. & manufacts. 43 Queen st. 
Hunter, William and George, insurance brokers, 74 

Buchanan street, house 25 St. Enoch square 
Hunter, William, glass paper manufacturer, 54 High st. 
Hunter, W. & A. merchants, Ingram court, 2 1 Ingram 

street, mills Greenhead and Sidney street 
Hunter, Wm. of W. 8^ A. Hunter, ho. 42 W. Geo. st. 
Hunter, Wm. flesher, 70 Bell st. ho. 24 Wilson street 
Hunter, Wilson & Co. warehousemen, 15 Candleriggs 



HUNTERIAN— HUTTON. , 14© 

HuNTERiAN Museum, behind the College. John Wil- 
son keeper 
HURLET and Campsie Alum Co. 77 Union place 
HUSSEY, William, & Son, counting ho. 18 Ingram st 

works Dale st, Bridgeton, ho. Newhall, Greenhead 
HUSBAND, David, spirit dealer, 26 Old wynd 
Husband, R. stenographist, 38 Great Dowhill 
HUTCHISON, Alex, at J. Lockharfs, 159 Trongate 
Hutchison, Alex, lodgings, 26 George street 
Hutchison & Brookman, printers to the University, 

Villafield 
Hutcheson, Charles, merchant, house 3 Carlton place 
Hutchison, Geo. of Hutcheson 8^ Milne, 31 Miller st, 
Hutchison, George, grocer, 17 Kirk street, Calton 
HuTCHEsoNs' Hospital, 56 Ingram street 
Hutchison, James, of James Hutchison S; Co. house 149 

Blythswood place, St. Vincent street 
Hutchison, Jas. & Co. manufacturers, 79 Hutcheson st. 
Hutchison, James, boot maker, 160 Argyll street 
Hutchison, James, bookbinder, 12 Prince's street 
Hutchison, Matthew, Royal Bank, house Royal Bank 

buildings. North side 
Hutchison & Milne, general commission merchants, 

and Greenland whale oil office, 31 Miller street 
Hutchison, Neil, manager of Union victualling Society, 

21 Stobcross street, Anderston 
Hutchison, Robert, & Co. booksellers, and stationers; 

17 Saltmarket 
Hutchison, Robert, at James Hutchison 8^ Cos. 
Hutchison, Thomas, shoemaker. Old venal 
Hutchison, Thomas, silk dyer, 14 Adam's court lane 
Hutchison, T. manager, Perth Baking Co. 78 Union st, 
Hutchison, T. baker and spirit dealer, 80 Jamaica st. 
Hutchison, Mrs. Wm. eating house, 57 Bridgegate 
Hutchison, Mrs. Wm. pastry baker, 71 Candleriggs 
Hutchesontown Victualling Society, 14 Go van street 
HUTTON, Alexander, supervisor of excise, Dunchat- 

tau buildings, Duke street 
Hutton, Andrew, grocer, 34 Bun's wynd 
Hutton, George, cabinet maker, 18 Howard street 
N 2 



150 HUTTON INGLIS. 

Hutton, Jas. George Inn and Hotel, 33 & 34 Geo. sq. 
Hutton, John, confectioner, 60 Queen street 
Hutton, Robert, spirit dealer, 23 Canon street 

I 

Imperial Fire & Life Insurance Office, 86 Miller 

street. M'Clelland & Bogle, agents 
Impost Duty. Notices of all the Ale and Beer im- 
ported to be left at this office — Wm. Pollock's, 40 
Candleriggs 
IMRIE, David, grocer, 74 King street, Tradeston 
Imrie & Ralph, boot makers, 1 35 Main st. Anderston 
Imrie, Mrs. grocer, 74 King street, Tradeston 
Infant Model School, 15 Dry gate, Jas. Ewing, Esq, 
of Dunoon Castle, President; Rev. David Welsh and 
Mr. David Stow, Secretaries; Mr. David Caugliie, 
teacher. No. I. — Marlborough street, Mr. Leitch, 
teaclier. No. II — Chalmers' st. Mr. Anderson, teacher. 
No. HI. — Sauchiehall st. Mr. Cranston, teacher 
INGLIS, Alexander, 2 Morris place, Monteith row 
Inglis & Broom, silk mercers and woollen drapers, 146 

Trongate, house 50 North Hanover street 
Inglis, Chas, commission merchant, 87 Ingram street, 

house 17 Monteith row 
Ingles, D. &H. Kincaid printfield warehouse, 43 Mon- 
trose street 
Inglis, James, mason & spirit dealer, 29 E. Clyde st. 
Inglis, James, Clerk of Police, house Bain's buildings 
Inglis, James, spirit dealer, 1 Commerce street 
Inglis, James, supervisor of excise, 75 Charlotte street 
Inglis, John, spirit dealer, 51 Hutcheson street 
Inglis, Jolm, grocer, 407 Gallowgate 
Inglis, Peter, silk mercer, haberdasher and woollen 

draper, 63 Trongate, house St. Andrew square 
Inglis, Dr. Thomas, surgeon, 94 George street, house 

20 Richmond street 
Inglis, William, spirit dealer, 6 Stockwell 
Inglis, William, turner and spirit dealer, 117 Main 

street, Anderston 
Inglis, William, jun. messenger, 67 Nelson street 



INGLIS — JACK. 151 



Inglis, Misses, dressmakers and milliners, 9 Gordon st. 
INGRAM, Charles, tobacconist, 13 Nelson street 
Ingram, H. smith and saddle-tree maker, 39 Stockwell 
INNERARITY, A. & Co. merchts. 153 Buchanan st. 
Innerarity, Alex, of Alex. Innerarity 8^ Co. house 151 

Buchanan street 
INNES, Alexander, victualler, 72 Gallowgate 
Innes, George, wine and spirit dealer, 31 John street 
Innes, George, jeweller and watchmaker, 6 Nelson st. 
Innes, William, spirit dealer, 16 High street 
Innes, William, print cutter, 57 Prince's street 
Innes, William, spirit dealer, 31 New wynd 
Insurance Company of Scotland. Agents, George 

Ord, 125 Virginia st. & John Wyld, 66 Virginia st. 
IRVINE, Christopher, smith, Monkland Canal bason 
Irvine, David S. at W. 8)^ J. Eccles 8^ Cos. 
Irvine, John, & Son, timber merchants, 54 Renfrew 

street, house 23 Bain's place 
Irving, J. smith and farrier, 40 Duke street 
Irvin, William & Samuel, merchants, 42 Miller street, 

house 143 Hope street 
ISDALE, George, commission agent, 190 Trongate, 

house 95 George street 
IsLAY Distilleries' Store and Bonding Warehouse, 

82 Maxwell street. Alexander Graham, agent 
IVISON, M. W. silk damask manufacturer, and mer- 
chant, 11 Montrose street, ho. 64 Charlotte street 

J 
JACK, Allan, writer, 44 Trongate 
Jack, Alexander, grocer, &g. Reid street, Bridgeton 
Jack, James, grocer, 188 Main street, Gorbals 
Jack, John, manufacturer. Smith's ct. 53 Candleriggs 
Jack, John, grocer, 23 Oxford street 
Jack, John, tailor, 285 High street 
Jack, Paterson, & Co. upholstery & cabinet warehouse, 

167 Trongate, works Copenhagen st. Sauchiehall road 
Jack, William, cabinet maker, 71 Green street, Calton 
Jack, William, of Jack, Paterson S^ Co. house 19 

Blythswood square 



152 JACK JAFPREY. 



Jack, Mrs. Thomas, tea dealer, 14 Cathcart street 
Jack, Mrs. spirit dealer, 169 Main street, Gorbals 
Jack, Mrs. grocer, 21 Bell street, Calton 
JACKSON, Andw. grain merclit. 22 Union street 
Jackson, James, spirit merchant, 8 Miller street, lodg- 
ings 90 Argyll street 
Jackson, James, manufacturer, 12 Stirling square, 
Jackson, James, tinplate worker, 49 John street 
Jackson, James, clothier, 31 Queen st. ho. 9 Union st. 
Jackson, John, spirit dealer, 8 Stevenson street 
Jackson, John, carter, 166 Main street, Gorbals 
Jackson, John, spirit dealer, 69 New wynd 
Jackson, John, surgeon, 24 Main st. Gorbals, house 59 

Maxwell street 
Jackson, Robert, & Co. booksellers and stationers, 35 

Glassford street 
Jackson, Thomas, & Co. daily post- waggon office, 102 

Brunswick street 
Jackson, Thomas, coacb proprietor, 90 Trongate 
Jackson, William, baker, 34 Norfolk street 
Jackson, Mrs. milliner, 54 Argyll arcade 
JACOB, Miss G. baby linen shop, 167 Buchanan st. 
JAFFREY, A. cheese merchant, 11 and 12 Bazar 
Jeffrey, David, at William Jeffrey^ sen. S^ Co.'s 
Jaffray, Duncan, merchant, 17 Jamaica street 
Jaffray, Hugh, at Hugh Fergusons, 23 Cochran street 
Jeffray, John, teacher, 21 Balmanno street 
Jaffrey, J. & Co. boot and shoemakers, 27 Commerce st. 
Jaffray, John, agent, Antigua place, ho. 168Gallowgate 
Jeffrey, John, wine and spirit dealer, 196 Argyll st. 
Jaffrey, Robert, builder, Reid street, Bridgeton 
Jaffray, Robert, & Son, merchants, 17 Jamaica street 
Jaffray, William, tailor, 7 Argyll street 
Jeffrey, William, sen. accountant, 36 St. Andrew's sq. 

house, 57 Charlotte street 
Jaffray, William, jun. accountant, 8 Miller street, ho. 

Campvale, Crossmyloof 
Jeffrey, William, & Co. tea and wine merchants, 36 

St. Andrew's square 
Jaffrey, Mrs. M. mangier, 28 Alston street 



JAMES — JARVIE. 153 

JAMES, George, at Alston^ Mather 8f Cos. 
James, William, grocer, John street, Bridgeton 
James, Wood & James, drysalters, 37 Ingram street 
JAMESON, Robert, writer, 32 Argyll street, house 

Blythswood cottage, Woodside 
JAMIESON, Angus,&Co. shoemakers, 400 Argyll st. 
Jamieson, Ebenezer, pawnbroker, 43 Trongate 
Jamieson, James, surgeon, 294 High street 
Jamieson, James, & Co. merchants, 43 Queen street 
Jamieson, James, spirit dealer, 34 Trongate 
Jamieson, John, jun. of Pater son, Jamieson 8f Co. ho. 

Blythswood square 
Jamieson, John, green grocer, 71 Canning st. Calton 
Jamieson, John, stay maker, 274 George street 
Jamieson, John, grocer, 62 Green street, Calton 
Jamieson, 3n.ofCross8^Jamiesoni\YYiiev^, 11 Miller st. 
Jamieson, M'Crackan & Co. merchts. 19 S. Hanover st. 
Jamieson, Robert, of Jamieson, M' Crakan 8^ Co. house 

Blythswood place 
Jamieson, Robert, wright, 28 Stirling street 
Jamieson & Thomson, pullicate and gingham manu- 

factui-ers, Queen's court, 62 Queen street 
Jamieson, William, of P. S^ J. Playfair, house 33 

West Regent street 
Jamieson, William, manufacturer, 68 Glassford street 
Jamieson, Wm. M. commission mercht. 24 Stockwell 
Jamieson, William, merchant, 90 Gordon street, house 

129 Blythswood place, St. Vincent street 
Jamieson, William, tailor and clothier, 131 Trongate 
Jamieson, William, baker, 98 High street 
JARDINE, William, clothier and hatter, 20 London 

street, house 8 Rutherglen loan 
Jardine, William, tailor and clothier, 262 High street 
JARVIE, Jas. ofRt. Jarvie 8^- Sons, ho. 435 Argyll st. 
Jarvies, John, leather cutter, 80 Prince's street 
Jarvie, Peter, dairyman, 19 Little Hamilton street 
Jarvie, Robert, & Sons, rope makers, 10 Stobcross st. 
Jarvie, R. of R. Jarvie ^- Sons, ho. 425 iVrgyll street 
Jarvie, Robert, merchant, at Jas, Hamilton, sen, &} 
Co.'5 house 19 Carlton place 



154 JARVIE — JOHNSTON. 

Jarvie, Robert, sheriff-officer and constable, 23 Hut- 

clieson street, house 88 Main street, Gorbals 
JAQUES, Henry, bootmaker, 161 Ingram street, ho. 

198 Buchanan street 
JENKIN, G. H. sugar broker, Royal Exchange build- 
ings, house 2 Holland place 
Jenkins, James, spirit dealer, Monkland Canal bason 
Jenkins, Wm. spirit dealer, 30 Main street, Gorbals 
Jenkins, Wm. coal merchant, Monkland Canal bason. 

Orders left at William Evring's, 60 High street 
Jenkins, William, wholesale stationer. Letters left 

at William Fisher's, King street 
JENNER, Richard, collector excise office, 101 Miller 

street, house 8 Maxwelton place 
JOHNSTON, Alexander, of Johiston, Galbraith Sf 

Co. house 16 Blythswood square 
Johnston, Alex, under-keeper and librarian, Ander- 

sonian University 
Johnston, Archibald, builder, 22 Eglinton street 
Johnston, Archibald, carter, 13 Robertson street 
Johnston, Alex, straw hat manufacturer, 118 Trongate 
Johnston, Charles, boot & shoemaker, 267 George st. 
Johnston, Charles, colourraan and painter, 17 London 

street, and 59 Hutcheson street 
Johnston, Charles, plasterer, of Leek Sf Johnston, 115 

North Montrose street 
Johnston, Charles, tailor, 124 Trongate 
Johnston, Daniel, cabinet maker, 43 High street 
Johnston, David, at William Brown 8^ Cos, house 1 1 

Montague place 
Johnston, David, & Co. wine and spirit merchants, 

116 Ingram street 
Johnston, David, at Bcnnie 8^ Giljillan's, 1 14 Trongate 
Johnston, Donald, spirit dealer, 111 Stockwell 
Johnston & Farie, cotton yarn merchts. 62 Wilson st. 
Johnston, Galbraith & Co. manufacturers & merchants, 

71 Virginia street 
Johnston, George G. of Johnston 8^ Farie, house 12 

Great Clyde street 
Johnston, George, brick maker, 6 Sidney street 



JOHNSTON. 135 

Johnston, G. & Co. perfumers, 64 Queen street 
Johnston, Henry, spirit dealer, 64 Castle street 
Johnston, James, brewer, 23 Stirling street 
Johnston, James, spirit dealer, Main street, Bridgeton 
Johnston, Jas. herring and fish mercht. 39 Jamaica st. 
Johnston, James, & Co. clothiers and hatters, 33 

Glassford street 
Johnston, James, manufacturer. North Albion court 
Johnston, James^ commission merchant and general 

agent, 8 South Frederick street 
Johnston, James, & Son, wholesale carpet and woollen 

warehouse, 8 South Frederick street 
Johnston, James, of Johnston 8^ MacNah, at Miss 

Johnston's lodgingis, 39 Hutcheson street 
Johnston, J. M. clothier, 142 Trongate, ho. 3 King st. 
Johnstone, Rev. John, 61 Portland street, Laurieston 
Johnstone, John, & Co. pocket book and jewel case 

manufacturers, 3 Hutcheson street 
Johnston, John, agent and spirit dealer, 37 High st. 
Johnston, John, &c Co. tanners, Burnside lane, Duke st. 
Johnston, John, spirit dealer, 2 Bedford street 
Johnston, John, grocer & spirit dealer, 13 Lady well st. 
Johnston, John, at Carron warehouse, Buchanan street 
Johnston, John, shoemaker, 37 Stevenson st. Calton 
Johnston, John, painter, 62 Jamaica street 
Johnston, John, spirit dealer, 226 Broomielaw 
Johnston, John, spirit dealer, 114 Broomielaw 
Johnston, John, baker, 6 New street, Calton 
Johnston, Joseph, grocer, 26 Rose street 
Johnston, Michael, shoemaker, 16 Gibson street 
Johnston & M'Kean, tailors and clothiers, 48 Nelson st. 
Johnston & MacNab, engineers and millwrights, Port- 
Dun das road 
Johnston, Peter, spirit dealer, 119 New wynd 
Johnston, Richd. grocer, 43 King st. ho. 38 Oxford st. 
Johnston, Robert, at May 8^ Dennistoun s^ 4 Tobago st. 
Johnston, Robert, tailor, 30 South Hanover street 
Johnston, Robert, baker, 138 High street 
Johnston, Sam. at J. Johnston $<; Co.'s 33 Glassford st. 
Johnston, Samuel, hosier, 1 1 Bazar, ho. 80 Trongate 



156 JOHNSTON — JUSTICE. 



Johnston & Son, painters, 50 Gallowgate 

Johnston, Thomas, agent, 58 Buchanan st. and Canal 

office, Port-Dundas, house Fife place 
Johnston, Thomas, & Co. stationers, 426 Argyll street 
Johnston, Thomas, & Co. writing ink makers and 

stationers, 137 George street 
Johnston, Thomas, tailor, 9 New street, Calton 
Johnston, W. & Co. fire brick and grinding works. 

Port-Dundas road 
Johnston, William, harbour-master, 16 Robertson St. 
Johnston, Dr. William, 24 Sauchiehall road, ho. 142 

opposite Windsor place 
Johnston, Wm. flesher, 14 Great Hamilton street 
Johnston, William, grocer, 20 Marlborough street 
Johnston, Wm. grocer, 23 King st. ho. 119 Candleriggs 
Johnston, William, teacher, 49 Clyde st. Anderston 
Johnston, William, teacher, 24 Piccadilly street 
Johnston, Mrs. Robert, 3 Bath street 
Johnston, Mrs. grocer, 37 Clyde street, Anderston 
Johnston, Mrs. lodgings, 1 Melville place 
Johnston, Mrs. mangier, 23 St. Andrew square 
Johnston, Mrs. Captain, 3 College street 
Johnston, Miss, lodgings, 39 Hutcheson street 
Johnston, Miss Frances, straw, chip and leghorn hat 

warehouse, 1 St. Vincent place 
JOLLIE, James, hair dresser, 283 Argyll street 
JONES, John, bleacher, Cloberfield office and Dun- 
fermline table linen warehouse, 76 Bell street 
Jones, John, at Joseph Gibson Sf Co's. ho. 9 Stirling st. 
Jones, Robert, & Co. hatters, 101 Trongate 
Jones, Thomas, teacher, 33 Portugal street 
Jones, William, gardener and land surveyor, Green 

market, house Huntingdondale 
Jones, William, spirit dealer, 200 Broomielaw 
Journeymen Operative Masonic Lodge. Robert 

Cochran, master, corner of Drygate 
JOYNES, George, clerk of works, 37 Portland street, 

Laurieston 
Justice of Peace Clerk's Office, 35 Miller street, 

Wm. Vary, clerk, J. M'Millan, deputy 



KALKSTEIN — KELLY. 157 



K 

KALKSTEIN, L. agent, 23 South Hanover street 

KANE, Edward, broker, 127 New wynd 

KAPE, James, clothier, 651 Buchanan street, ho. 65 

KAY, Alexander, tailor, 4 Spoutmouth 

Kay, Archibald, cabinet maker and stair railer, Argyll 

place, 59 Robertson street 
Kay, Daniel, grocer, 409 Gallowgate 
Kay, James, distiller, Mile-end, ho. 34 George st. do. 
Kay, John, teacher, 40 College street, Brownfield 
Kaye, Robert, grocer, 229 Gallowgate 
Kay, Walter, Abeona tavern, 151 Gallowgate 
Kay, Mrs. grocer, 19 George street 
Kay, Mrs. grocer, 154 Saltmarket 
Kay, Miss, lodgings, 132 Stockwell 
KAIN, Charles, spirit dealer, 68 Clyde st. Anderston 
Kean, George, slater, 89 Gallowgate 
Kean, James, slater, 56 King street, Calton 
Kain, John, shoemaker, Barrowfield toll 
KEATER, John, merchant, Bellfield, Duke street 
KEATHING, Andrew, banbox maker, 9 Canon st. 
KEEL, Mrs. Alex, grocer, 87 King street, Tradeston 
KELLAR, Alex, shawl warehouse, 3 Antigua place, 

house 29 New street, Calton 
Kellar, Jamieson, spirit dealer, Reid street, Bridgeton 
KEIR, Walter, beadle, 9 Blackfriar street 
KEITH, John, bookseller and auctioneer, 5 Hutcheson 

street, house 48 Great Hamilton street 
Keith, M. teacher of music, 1 1 Stockwell 
KELLY, Alexander, grocer, 3 Clyde street, Anderston 
Kelly, Andrew, spirit dealer, 89 Clyde st. Anderston 
Kelly, Charles, broker, 16 St. Margaret place 
Kelly, David, Gallowayshire tavern, 123 Saltmarket 
Kelly, David, brassfounder, 38 Thistle street 
Kelly & Harvie, clothiers, 151 Queen street 
Kelly, H. grocer and spirit dealer. Main st. Bridgeton 
Kelly, James, manufacturer, 15 Bell street 
Kelly, John P. at Elliot &^ Kelly s 
Kelly, Peter, spirit dealer, Burnside, Port-Dundas 



158 KELLY KERR. 



Kelly, R. W. at Graham 8^ Go's. 131 Ingram buildings 
Kelly, William, & Co. cotton brokers, 52 Virginia st. 
Kelly, William, jim. cotton broker, ho. 154 Regent st. 
Kelly, Mrs. midwife, 22 Balmanno street 
KELT, James, agent, 9 St. Andrew lane 
KELTIE, William H. grocer, 39 Candleriggs 
KELSO, Hugh, spirit dealer, &c. 16 Bell st. Calton 
Kelso, Mrs. James, spirit dealer, 359 Gallowgate 
KENNAN, Peter, teacher, 18 Marshall st. Gallowgate 
KENNEDY, Alexander, flesher, 52 Main st. Gorbals 
Kennedy, Alexander, spirit dealer, 236 High street 
Kennedy, Alexander, chandler, 56 Main st. Gorbals 
Kennedy, Charles, broker, 16 St. Margaret place 
Kennedy, Charles, spirit dealer, 14i4 Bridgegate 
Kennedy, David, wriglit, 60 High street 
Kennedy, D. Catholic bookseller, Waterport buildings, 

14 Great Clyde street 
Kennedy, D. tailor, 114 Trongate 
Kennedy, D. lappet wheel cutter, 23 Greyfriars wynd 
Kennedy, Gilbert, collector of cess for the county, and 
agent for Caledonian insurance Co. 110 Buchanan 
street, house 15 Lower Renfield street 
Kennedy, Gilbert, painter, 31 Jamaica street 
Kennedy, Hector, ironmonger, 8 Trongate 
Kennedy, Hugh, earthenware dealer, 22 Russell st. 
Kennedy, James, at Robert Weirs, 1 2 Miller street 
Kennedy, James, spirit dealer, 257 George street 
Kennedy, John, oil and colourman, 67 Stockwell 
Kennedy, John, 1 1 Monteith row 
Kennedy, John, broker, 303 High street 
Kennedy, M' Queen & Co. silk mercers, 163 Trongate 
Kennedy, Roderick, causewayer, 70 Stockwell 
Kennedy, Thomas, tailor, 33 John street 
Kennedy, William, hair dresser, 16 Clyde terrace 
Kennedy, Mrs. D. & Co. spirit dealers, 4 Greenhill st. 
Kennedy, Mrs. G. stationer, 89 Argyll street 
Kennedy, Mrs. midwife, Port>Dundas 
Kennedy, Mrs. 58 Bath street 
KERVILL, John, broker, 2 Goosedubs 
KERR, Adam, baker, 2 Greenhill street 



KERR. 159 

Kerr, Adam & Co. button factors and small ware mer- 
chants, Old Post-office court, 114 Trongate 

Kerr, Alexander, brazier, tinplate worker, &c. 104 
Argyll street, house 137 

Kerr, Archd. of Russell &) Kerr, writers, 18 Glassford st. 

Kerr, Christopher, cork cutter, 76 Back wynd 

Kerr, Con. clothier, 10 Bridgegate and 60 Saltmarket 

Kerr & Duncan, 77 Buchanan street 

Kerr, George, tailor, 169 Ingram street 

Kerr, Hugh, writer, 89 Brunswick street 

Ker, James, ironmonger, 8 London street 

Kerr, James, engraver, 39 Trongate 

Kerr, James, of Kerr 8^ Duncan, ho. 20 Portland st. 

Kerr, James, accountant, 11 Miller street, house 14 
William street, Greenhead 

Kerr, James, starcher, 3 Great Hamilton street 

Kerr, James, furnishing shop, 48 Great Hamilton st. 

Kerr, James, boot and shoemaker, 23 Glassford street 

Kerr, James, shoemaker, 1 St. Margaret place 

Kerr, John, tailor, 34 Trongate 

Kerr, John, cabinet maker. Union street 

Ker, John, manufacturer, 127 Brunswick street, house 
182 Buchanan street 

Kerr, John, at Robert Garden's, 83 Miller street 

Kerr, John, jun. manufacturer, 14 Garthland street 

Kerr, John, writer, 97 Brunswick street, house 143 
Blythswood place 

Kerr, Malcolm, stationer, 38 Argyll street 

Kerr, Malcolm, vintner, 36 Broomielaw 

Kerr, Peter, baker, 33 Oxford street 

Kerr, Richard, hair dresser & perfumer, 14 Stockwell 

Kerr, Robert, wholesale tea merchant, 84 Hutcheson 
street, house 8 Kingston place 

Kerr, Robert, merchant, 107 Hope street 

Kerr, William, calenderer, 2 Stirling square, house 3 
Wellington street, Anderston walk 

Kerr, William, commission merchant, 4 So. Hanover 
street, house 116 George street 

Kerr, William, wine and spirit merchant, 105 Argyll 
street, house 6 Croy place 



160 KERR KILPATRICK. 

Kerr, William, merchant tailor, 70 Saltmarket 

Kerr, William, bookseller, 10 Bazar 

Kerr, William, spirit dealer, Dalmarriock road 

Kerr, Mrs. George, Shakespeare tavern, 36 Saltmarket 

Kerr, Mrs. midwife, 1 95 High street 

Kerr, Mrs. brush and basket maker, 5 Candleriggs 

Kerr, Miss, milliner, Somerville place 

KETTLE, David, shoemaker, Port-Dundas 

Kettle, Robert, cotton yarn warehouse, 49 Virginia st, 

KEYDEN, Jas. of Strang^ Yuille 8f Key den, writers, 

house Mortonbank 
Keyden, Mrs. Mortonbank 
KHULL, Edward, printer and stereotype founder, 

65 Virginia street, house do. 
KIBBLE, James & John, & Co. calico printers, Man- 
hattan buildings, 30 South Hanover street 
Kibble, James, & Co. pin makers, 24 Turner's court, 

house Park place, Paisley road 
Kibble, John, of John S^ James Kibble, house 36 St. 

Vincent place 
Kibble, Mrs. of Whiteford, 36 St. Vincent place 
KIDD, Mark, musician, 80 High street 
Kidd, William, tinplate worker, 274 Argyll street 
KIDSTON, Archd. G. of William Kidston 8f Sons, 

house 31 Regent street 
Kidston, James S. teacher, 86 George street 
Kidston, R. A. of Geddes, Kidston &^ Co. house Main 

street, Anderston 
Kidston, Richard, merchant, house 19 Queen street 
Kidston, William, & Sons, merchants, 19 Queen street 
Kidston, Rev. William, 47 Bellgrove place 
KILBEE, R. S. G. merchant, 116 Ingram street, 

house Cultra, near Partick 
KILGOUR, R. of Chalmers, Kilgour S^- Co. lodgings 

95 Argyll street 
KILPATRICK, Geo. grocer, 129 Great Hamilton st. 
Kilpatrick, James, vintner, 46 Miller place 
Kilpatrick, John, & Co. fleshers, 333 Argyll street 
Kilpatrick, John, spirit dealer, 24 Portugal street 
Kilpatrick, Robert, & Son, fleshers, 5 West George st. 



KILPATRICK — KINNEAR. 161 

Kilpatrick, Wm. sen. flesher, 4 Beef market, King sL 

and 1 Fife place, house 80 Bridgegate 
Kilpatrick, W.jun. flesher, 4 Stirling st. & 71 George st. 
Kilwinning, Glasgow, Masonic Lodge. Geo. Smith, 

master, 72 Miller street 
KINCAID, Mrs. grocer, 286 High street 
King's Arm Inn & Hotel, 66 Trongate, D. M'Gregor 
King, Andrew, & Co. manufacturers, 25 North Albion 

street, house east corner of West Carlton place 
King, Dr. B. W. 8 Gordon street 
King & Buchanan, writers, 44 Hutcheson street 
King, Campbell, at Whyte 8^ Scott's, 182 Trongate 
King, Charles Alexander, writer, 44 Hutcheson street 
King, David, hardware merchant, 24 Stobcross street 
King, George H. merchant, 31 Virginia street, house 

Greenhill place 
King, Jas. & Andrew Gemmill, writers, 48 Nelson st. 
King, James, jun. writer, 137 Trongate 
King, John, Glasgow and Greenock foot carrier, at 

Carrick's, 44 Trongate 
King, J. & W. victuallers, 389 Gallowgate 
King, J. cooper, Cowcaddens 
King, John, at George Mcintosh 8^ Co's. ho. Dunchattan 

buildings, Duke street > 

King, John, manufacturer, Ayton place, 52 Old venal, 

house 71 Charlotte street 
King, John, cooper, 218 Argyll street 
King, John, & Co. coopers, 322 High street 
King, Robert, furnishing shop, 122 High street 
King, Samuel, watchmaker, 20 Stockwell place 
King &: Stewart, tea dealers & grocers, 27 Gallowgate 
King, T. Madeira wine mercht. 77 Miller st. ho. 19 
King, W. & S. 8 Gordon street 

King, William, cooper, 25 High st. & 21 Canning st. 
KiNGFiELD Pottery Co. 101 King street, Calton, 

Alexander Paterson, manager 
KINNEAR, Bernard, wriglit and house factor, 30 

Balmanno street 
Kinnear, Conrad, German wooden clock maker, 22 

Glassford street 

o2 



162 KINNFER — KIRKWOOB. 

Kinnler, Robert, & Co. merchants, 1 1 West Nile st. 
Kinnier, Robert, of Robert Kinnier 8)^ Co. house 20 

West St. Vincent street 
KINNON, Robt. spirit dealer^ 111 Main st. Gorbals 
KINROSS, Andrew, grocer, 273 Argyll street, and 

65 Stevenson street, Calton 
Kinross, Robert, grocer, 75 King st. and 260 High st. 
KIPPEN, William, 2 Brandon place 
Kippen, Mrs. 6 West St. Vincent street 
KIRK, John, poulterer, 125 Fife place 
KIRCx4LDY & Hodge, starchers, 62 Old venal 
KIRKLAND, Alex. M'Kenaie, of John Kirklcmd 8^ 

Son, house 17 West George street 
Kirkland & Kincaid, tobacconists, 6 Trongate 
Kirkland, James, victualler, 93 Bridgegate 
Kirkland, J. auctioneer, 142 Trongate, ho. 58 York st. 
Kirkland, John, & Son, merchants, Tontine back 

buildings, house 17 West George street 
Kirkland, Robt. & Co. shawl agents, 93 Glassford st. 
Kirkland, Wra. Scott, 140 West Bath street 
Kirkland, William, spirit dealer, 44 High street 
KIRKPATRICK & Purvis, clothiers, 99 Trongate 
KiRKLEE Printfield Co. wareliouse 20 Buchanan st. 
Kirkpatrick, Thos. manufacturej', 52 Argyll street 
Kirkpatrick, W. D.Westthorn coal office, 41 Dunlopst. 
KIRKWOOD, G. baker, 74 Main street, Anderston 
Kirkwood, James, clothier, 42 Main st. Anderston 
Kirkwood, John, house factor, 25 Candleriggs, house 

396 Argyll street 
Kirkwood, John, writer, 48 Queen street 
Kirkwood, John, & Co. wrights, 135 Canning street 
Kirkwood, John, sen. of J. Kirkwood &f Co. house 32 

Tobago street 
Kirkwood, John, jun. 9 William street, Calton 
Kirkwood, R. house factor, 11 Miller street, house 13 

Brown street 
Kirkwood, Robert, commission merchant, 60 Hutche- 

son street, house 17 Nicholson street 
Kirkwood, Robert, baker, 87 Main street, Anderston 
Kirkwood, William, agent, 35 Miller street 



KIRKWOOD LAING. 163 

Kirkwood, Wm. vintner & stabler, 47 & 49 Stockwell 
KNIGHT, Alexander, tailor, 44 Trongate 
KNOTTS, Mrs. smith & iron heel maker, 23 Nelson 

street, Tradeston 
KNOX, Agnew, & Co. merchants, 63 Miller street 
Knox, H. of Knox, Agneiv 8^ Co. ho. 1 Abercromby pi. 
Knox, Henry, jun. manufacturer, 62 Queen street 
Knox, James J. surgeon, 26 Glassford street, house 5 

Kensington place, Sauchiehall road 
Knox, Robert, spirit dealer, Port-Dundas 
Knox, Robert, writer, 57 Miller street, house 109 

North Douglas street 
Knox, Robert, shawl manufacturer, 96 Virginia place, 

house Garnet Park, Sauchiehall road 
Knox, William, & Co. 13 Montrose street 
Knox, Wm. of Wm. Knox 8^ Co. ho. 16 St. Andrew sq. 
Knox, Wm. hosiery & furnishing shop, 115 Argyll st. 
Knox, Mrs. tavern, 80 Trongate 
KOCH, Mrs. Sauchiehall road 
KYLE, William, heddlemaker, &c. 35 Gallowgate 
Kyle, William, land surveyor, 45 Union street 
Kyle, William, vintner, 10 King street 
Kyle, William, grocer, Orr street, Calton 

L 
LACY, Miss F. milliner, 28 Argyll arcade 
LADE & Abercromby, wine and spirit merchants, 32 

Stirling street 
Lade, D. of Lade 8^ Abercromby, house Ure place 
LAIDLEY, David, grocer, 35 Clyde st. Anderston 
LAD LAW, David, grocer, 30 Bishop street 
LAING, Archibald, flesher, 29 King street 
Laing & Buchanan, drysalters, 62 Queen street 
Laing, David, ferrier, 89 Union street 
Laing, James, flesher, 291 High street 
Laing, Robert, manufacturer, 30 Montrose street, ho. 

67 Portland street, Laurieston 
Laing, Robert, accountant, British Linen Co.'s office 
Laing, Wm. currier & leather mercht. 89 Gallowgate 
Laing, Wm. spirit dealer, 16 Great Hamilton street 



164 LAING — LANG. 

Laing, Mrs. A. flesher, 26 King street 
Laing, Mrs. D. spirit dealer, 93 King st. Tradeston 
LAIRD, Alex. & Son, agents, 20 Buchanan street 
Laird, Alex, of Alex. Laird S^ /Son, house 57 York st. 
Laird, David, & Co. merchants, 95 Candleriggs 
Laird, James, upholsterer, 47 Gordon street 
Laird, Jas. tin plate worker, 1 Rose st. ho. 8 Crown st. 
Laird, John, furnishing shop, 8 Jamaica street 
LAMB & Cowie, manufacturers, 41 Stirling square 
Lamb, James, merchant, 52 Virginia street 
Lamb, James, & Son, wrights, 33 Dundas street 
Lamb, James, hair cloth and girth web manufacturer, 

79 Stockwell, house 102 
Lamb, John, commission merchant, 41 Stirling square 
Lamb, John, writer, 29 Hutcheson street 
Lamb, Mrs. dress maker, 52 King street, Calton 
Lamb, Misses, general furnishing shop, 167 Ingram st. 
LAMONT, D. currier& leathermercht.42 Dixon's lane 
Lamond, Dugald, tailor, 320 Argyll street 
Lamond & Monteith, writers, 15 Hutcheson street 
Lamond, Rt. of Lamond &; Monteith, ho. 47 Oswald st. 
Lamond, Robt. & Co. ship brokers and general agents, 

6 Oswald street 

Lamond, Rt. ofHt. Lamond 8f Co. ho. 23 Clyde place 
Lamont, Walter, Post Office, house 63 Gallowgate 
Lamont, William, upholsterer, 3 St. Enoch street 
Lanark, New, Twist Co.'s warehouse, 105 Miller st. 
LANCASTER, G. of J. Clark 8^ Co.ho. 7 Carlton pi. 
Lancaster, Thomas, merchant, 52 Glassford street, ho. 

7 Carlton place 

Lancefield Spinning Co. 70 Miller street 
LANDES, James, spirit dealer, 241 Argyll street 
LANG, Alex, baker, 116 Main street, Anderston. 
Lang, Alex, of Overton, advocate, 73 Regent street 
Lang, Archibald, grocer, 26 Orr street, Calton 
Lang, Arcliibald Graham, of Wighton, Gray 8^ Co, ho. 

120 West Bath street 
Lang, D. &c W. writers, 37 Virginia street, house IB 

St. Enoch square 
Lang, Gavin, baker, 165 Upper Nile street 



LANG — LAUDER. 165 

Lang, Gilbert, bailie of the Ramshorn burying ground, 

house 44 George street 
Lang, George, victualler, &c. 286 Argyll street 
Lang, G. H. writer, 25 Queen st. house 73 Regent st. 
Lang, James, & Son, grain merchants, 49 Glassford 

street, house 160 Buchanan street 
Lang, James, hat manufacturer, 123 Trongate, house 

34 Glassford street 
Lang, James, grocer, Main street, Bridgeton 
Lang, James, baker, 183 Gallowgate 
Lang, John, grocer, 106 Main street, Anderston 
Lang, John, writer, 17 South Hanover street, house 

83 St. George's place 
Lang, Rt. ofJas. Lang 8^ Son, ho. 160 Buchanan st. 
Lang, Robert, porter house, 37 High street 
Lang, Thomas, gardener, New Town market 
Lang, Wm. printer, 72 Nelson street, ho. Burrell's lane 
Lang, Wm. of Wm. Lang 8^ Co. house 37 Glassford st. 
Lang, William, merchant, 52 West Nile street 
Lang, William, & Son, smiths and jack screw makers, 

52 Old wynd 
Lang, William, & Co. furnishing ironmongers & brass 

founders, 26 Argyll street 
Lang, William, jun. of Wm. Lang 8^ Co. 26 Argyll st. 
Lang, William, hair dresser, 5 Claythorn street 
Lang, Mrs. spirit dealer, 25 Dale street, Trades ton 
Lang, Mrs. dress maker, 9 Main's st. Blythswood holme 
Lang, Mrs. spirit dealer, 93 King street, Tradeston 
Lang, Miss, furnishing shop, 6 King street 
Lang, Miss C. dress maker, 42 King street 
LANGLANDS, Mathew, grain mercht. 12 Buchanan 

street, house Cambridge street 
LANGLEY, Mrs. B. 20 Monteith row 
LANGWILL, Geo. spirit dealer, 52 Stobcross street 
Langwill, Peter, victualler, 28 and 30 Norfolk street 
LATTA, David, victualler, Cowcaddens 
Latta, John, & Co. spirit dealers, 120 Candleriggs 
LAUDER, Hugh, dyer, 40 Candleriggs 
Lauder, John, pattern drawer, &c. Hutcheson street 
Lauder, Misses, dress makers, 70 Hutcheson street 



166 LAUBER — LEADBETTER. 

Lauder, Miss J. corset maker, 44) Bridge street 
LAURIE, David, merchant, 47 Portland st. Laurieston 
Lawrie, Gavin, builder, 72 Brown street 
Lawrie, Dr. J. A. 93 Fife place 

Laurie, Jas. of Laurie 8^ Hamilton, ho. 8 Carlton place 
Laurie, John, & Co. merchants, 14 Stirling street 
Laurie & Hamilton, merchants, 1 Nicholson street 
Laurie, Newton & Co. merchants, 57 Miller street 
Laurie, Robert, & Co. merchants, 179 Argyll street 
Laurie, Robert, bookbinder, 27 Commerce street 
Laurie, Thomas, grain merchant, 179 Argyll street 
Laurie, Thos. china & earthenware dealer, 61 King st. 
Laurie, William, grocer, 81 Commerce street 
Lawrie, Mrs. lodgings, 65 Renfield street 
Laurie, Miss, John street, Greenhead 
LAVERTON, James, tailor, 34 Well street, Calton 
LAW, David, shoemaker, 3 Trongate 
Law, James, spirit dealer, 50 Norfolk street 
Law, Mrs. D. boot and shoe shop, 2 Saltmarket 
LAWCOCK, J. victualler, 162 High st. & 7 Rottenrow 
LAWS ON, Alex, spirit dealer, Rumford street 
Lawson, Andrew, spirit dealer, 55 Gt. Hamilton st. 
Lawson, Archibald, merchant, 86 Miller street 
Lawson & Buchanan, manufacturers, 16 Brunswick lane 
Lawson, H. spirit dealer, & coach hirer, 124 Queen St. 
Lawson, John, 5 Thistle street 
Lawson, John, billiard rooms, 91 Miller street 
Lawson, John, collector, house Kingston place 
Lawson, John, bookseller & stationer, 98 Glassford st. 
Lawson, Robt. furnishing shop, 68 King st. Tradeston 
Lawson, T. of Lawson <^JBMc/^a?^«?^, ho. 201 Buchanan st. 
Lawson, William, hardware merchant, 8 S<iltmarket 
Lawson, Wm. wholesale & retail grocer, 151 Trongate 
Lawson, C. & Co. milliners, 47 Nelson street 
Lawson, Mrs.R. furnishing shop, 79 King st.Tradeston 
Lawson, Mrs. reed maker, 178 Gallowgate 
LAYBURN, William, plasterer, 22 Portugal street 
LEADBETTER, David, tailor, 7 Croy place 
Leadbetter, John, commission mercht. 117Candleriggs, 
house Clydehaugh, Govan 



LEAN — LEGAT. 167 

LEAN, William, grocer, 106 Havannah 
LEARMONT, James, saddler, 202 Gallowgate, house 

4 Monteith row 
Learmont, Mrs. mang-ler, 30 Merchant lane 
LE BR UN, Cezer, basket maker, 14 Wilson street 
LECK, James, spirit dealer, 9 Bridge street 
Leek & Johnston, plasterers, 32 Norfolk street 
Leek, Thomas, plasterer, 3 Stormont street 
LECKIE, Archd. Paisley carrier, 29 Montrose sfc. 
Leckie, Henry, green grocer, 36 Bridge street 
Leckie, John, flesher, 21 Adelphi street 
Leckie, John, flesher, 281 Argyll street 
Leckie, Robert, spirit dealer, 67 Glassford street 
Leckie, William, tea merchant, 58 Stockwell, house 

24 Portland street, Laurieston 
Leckie, Mrs. register office for servants, 15 Norfolk st. 
Leckie, Mrs. dress maker, 50 Bridge street 
LEE, Henry, ropemaker, Ann street, Bridgeton 
Lee, James, tailor, 25 Dundas street 
Lee, James, plasterer, 201 High street 
Lee, John, crown glass warehouse, 39 Turner's court 
Lee, John, tailor, 100 High street 
Lee, Richard, smith and jack maker, 66 Old wynd 
Lee, Thomas, beadle, 36 Alston street 
Lee, Mrs. grocer, 24 St. Enoch wynd 
Lees, Walter, merchant, 59 Hutcheson street 
LEECHMAN & M'Vicar, tinsmiths, 77 Bridgegate 
Leishman, Dunlop & Co. cotton spinners, Port-Dundas 
Leishraan, Henry, hosier, 18 Bazar 
Leechman, W. & J. iron and tinplate merchants, 21 

Melville place 
Leishman, William, flesher, 7 Kent street 
Leeds and Yorkshire Assurance Company, 29 Bruns- 
wick place. James Turnbull, agent 
LEGATE, Francis, tobacconist, 18 Candleriggs, house 

36 St. Andrew street 
Leggett, George, shoemaker, 90 Stockwell 
Legat, John, victualler, 3 King street 
Leggat, Mathew, victualler, 64 King street 
Legat, Mat. chamber keeper, house Coundl chambers 



LKGGAT— LESLIE. 

Leggat, Robert, comb-maker, 60 Bell street 

Legat, William, writer, Council chambers, ho. Chapel, 

Cambuslang 
LEIGHTON, John, writer, 40 Miller street 
Leighton, J. spirit dealer, 143 Main street, Gorbals 
LEIPER, William, writing master, 42 Montrose st. 
LEITCH, Charles, victualler, 20 Wood lane 
Leitch, James, tobacconist, 63 Bell street 
Leetch, James L. at M, M'Lean 8^ Sons, house 47 

Portland street, Laurieston 
Leetch, Dr. John, consulting rooms, 100 Buchanan 

street, house 47 Portland street, Laurieston 
Leith, M. & Co. fringe manufacturers, Morrison's ct. 
Leitch, Neil, & Co. muslin printers, 25 Candleriggs 
Leitch, Neil, Infant School, Marlborough street 
Leitch & Smith, merchants, 276 George street 
Leitch, William, pawnbroker, 65 High street 
Leitch, Mrs. beef steak house, 47 Hutcheson street 
LEITH, Hamburgh and Rotterdam Shipping Co's. 

Office, 28 Queen street. Wm. Crichton, agent 
LEMON, J. writer, 1 Melville pi. ho. 13 Monteithrow 
Lemon, John, Grapes Commercial Inn, 6 Candleriggs 
LENNAN, Charles, victualler, 75 Rutherglen loan 
LENNIE, D. classical teacher, 63 John street 
Lennie, James, broker, 31 Miller's place 
Lennie, Mrs. G. lodgings, 81 Trongate 
LENNOX & Brook, bakers, &c. 50 Kirk st. Calton 
Lennox, Gilbert, 32 Ingram st. ho. 120 Broomielaw 
Lennox, James, provision merchant, 197 High street 
Lennox, James, cooper, 42 King street, Tradeston 
Lennox, James, jun. cooper, 17 Rutherglen loan 
Lennox, John, spirit dealer, Bothwell street 
LESLIE, David, baker, 434 Argyll street 
Leslie, Francis, broker, 49 Canning street 
Leslie, James, mason and spirit dealer, 29 E. Clyde st. 
Leslie, J. sheriff-officer & spirit dealer, 22 E. Clyde st. 
Leslie, Methven, commission and salt merchant, 20 

Stockwell, house South Wellington place 
Leslie, Reid & Co. warehousemen, 27 Wilson street 
Leslie, William, hat block maker, 30 Orr st, Calton 



LESLIE LILLIE. 1\ 



Leslie, W. agent and spirit dealer, 51 Main st. Gorbals 
Leslie, Mrs. straw hat shop, 11 Clyde terrace 
LETHEM, P. ofLethem 8^ Roberton, ho. Canning- pi. 
Lethem & Roberton, manufacturers, 49 Virginia street 
LEVI, Joseph, quill merchant, 9 Stirling street 
Levy, W. fur importer, 126 Argyll st. and 8 Hutche- 

son street, house 49 
LEVINS ON, Jas. wax manufacturer, 12 Prince's st. 
LEWIS, George, grocer 28 Blackfriars' street, house 

Grove park, North Woodside road 
Lewis, Thomas, sen. portrait painter, 109 Trongate 
LEY, George, builder, house 23 George street 
Ley, John, surgeon, 4 George street, house 23 
LIDDELL, A. of Afidrew Liddell 8^ Co, house 391 

Argyll street 
Liddell, Andw. & Co. ironmongers ari<i brass founders, 

102 Argyll st. works Globe Foundry, Washington st. 
Liddell, Archibald, & Co. oil and colourmen, 192 Tron- 
gate and 43 Queen street 
Liddell, Archibald, of Archibald Liddell 8f Co. house 

41 George square 
Liddell, James, baker, 63 Bridgegate 
Liddell, James, of Archibald Liddell S)^ Co. house 41 

George square 
Liddell, John, & Co. warehousemen, 37 Argyll street 
Liddell, Sohn^ of John Liddell 8^ Co. ho. 140 Stockwell 
Liddell, John, manufacturer, 94 Miller street 
Liddell, William, & Co. merchants, 77 Buchanan st. 
Liddell, William, shoemaker, 110 Main st. Anderston 
LIGHTBODY, Alex, grocer, 43 Main street, Calton 
Lightbody, Alexander, wright, 26 King street, Calton 
Lightbody, Jas. spirit dealer, 69 and 282 Gallowgate 
Lightbody, John, tailor, 26 King street, Calton 
Lightbody, Thomas, surgeon, 10 Jamaica street 
Lightbody, Thomas, nailer, 42 Main street, Calton 
Lightbody, Wm. grocer, 98 Main street, Gorbals 
LIGHTON, John, spirit dealer, 143 Main st. Gorbals 
LILBURN & Moir, upholsterers, &c. 123 Buchanan st. 
LILLIE, Archd. of D. Lillie ^ Son, ho. 18 Gordon st. 
Lillie, D. & Son, insurance brokers, Royal Exchange 
p 



170 LILLIE LITHGOW. 

Lillie, David, of D. Lillie 8^ Son, house 18 Gordon st. 
Lillie, John, hair dresser, 25 Clyde place 
Lillie, William, grocer, &c. 21 Crown street 
LIMEBURN, Hugh, grocer, 23 Adelphi street 
LIMONT, William, victualler, Cowcaddens 
LINDSAY, Alexander, victualler, 38 King street 
Lindsay, Alexander, writer, 24 Miller street 
Lindsay, Alex, smith & machine maker, 79 Stockwell 
Lindsay, Alex. Greenock foot carrier, 1 1 New wynd 
Lindsay, Andrew, spirit dealer, 31 Bishop street 
Lindsay, David, grocer, 40 Dale street, Tradeston 
Lindsay, David, spirit dealer, 27 Main st. Anderston 
Lindsay, James, brush manufacturer, 51 Gallowgate 
Lindsay, J. & Co. wood merchts. Wood lane & Ann st. 
Lindsay, J. & Co. calenderers. Smith's court 
Lindsay, John, surgeon, 22 Kirk street, Calton 
Lindsay, John, starcher, 13 Brown street 
Lindsay, John, cape maker, 6 Well street 
Lindsay, M. spirit dealer, 48 Cheapside street 
Lindsay, Peter, grocer and spirit dealer, Cowcaddens 
Lindsay, Robert, dairyman, Bothwell street 
Lindsay, R. wholesale grocer, 9 Turner's court 
Lindsay, R. M. mercantile academy, 24 Wilson street, 

house 13 Adelphi street 
Lindsay, Walter, 69 Portland street, Laurieston 
Lindsay, William, victualler, Cowcaddens 
Lindsay, William, & Co. fringe and thread manufac- 
turers, 55 Brunswick place, and 19 Argyll arcade 
Lindsay, William, of William Lindsay 8^ Co. ho. 40 

Oxford street 
Lindsay, William, fruiterer, 59 Ingram street 
Lindsay, Jean, dress maker, 3 Calton mouth 
Lindsay, Mrs. Janet, victualler, 20 Jamaica street 
Lindsay, M. millinery and dress wareho. 2 Stirling st. 
LINN, James, painter, 378 Argyll street 
Linn, J. & R. wine & spirit merchts. 138 Bridgegate 
LISTON, Robert, brush maker, 99 Gallowgate 
LISTER, William, spirit dealer, Dalmarnock road 
LITHGOW, Andrew, shoemaker, 52 Taylor street 
Lithgow, David, boot maker, 6 St. Andrew street 



LITT — LOCKHART. 171 



LITT, John, merchant, of Ewing, May Sf Co. house 

2 Montague place 
LITTLE, James, & Co. painters, 57 Argyll street 
Little, John, eating house, 151 Bridgegate 
LITTLEDALE, Henry, 3 Bath street 
LITTLEJOHN, John, glover, 11 Old wynd 
Liverpool Steam Packet Office, 9 Buchanan street 
LIVINGSTON, A. blacking manufact. 43 Trongate 
Livingston, Archibald, writer, 58 Charlotte street 
Livingston, Charles, general agent, 51 N. Hanover st. 
Livingston, Donald, bricklayer, 43 Crown street 
Livingston, D, shoemaker, 176 Broomielaw 
Livingston, Henry, vintner, 9 Anderston quay 
Livingston, William, calenderer and packer, 19 Vir- 
ginia street, house 5 1 Portland street, Laurieston 
Livingston, William, victualler, 31 King st. Tradeston 
LLOYD, Daniel, carver and gilder, 44 Thistle street 
Loan Company, 1 Blackfriars lane 
LOGHEAD, M. stationer and library, 115 Ingram st. 
Lochead, Robert, stationer and grocer, 19 Bridge st. 
Lochead, Thomas, bookseller, 5 Park place, Stockwell 
Lochead, Thomas, grocer, &c. 58 Bridge street 
Lochead, Wm. & Son, cabinet makers, 122 Saltmarket 
Lochead, William, & Son, undertakers, Saltmarket 
Lochead, Mrs. lodgings, 45 Adelphi street 
LOCH ORE, R. & Co. boot and shoe makers, 191 Tron- 
gate, house 37 Adelphi street 
Lochore, William, boot and shoe maker, 185 Trongate 

house 46 Dunlop street 
LOCHRAY, Peter, broker, 16 Market street 
LOCHIELL, James, provision dealer, 4 Goosedubs 
Lock Hospital, 151 Rottenrow. Open for patients 

at ten minutes before one o'clock only 
LOCKHART, James, tailor, 34 Trongate 
Lockhart, James, spirit dealer, 47 Kirk street, Calton 
Lockhart, James, porter, Antigua place 
Lockhart, J. of John Lockhart 8^ Sons, 28 Buchanan st. 
Lockhart, John, St. David church beadle, 255 George st, 
Lockhart, John, & Sons, clothiers, 28 Buchanan street 
Lockhart, John, flesher, 159 Trongate 



172 LOCKHART LORRAIN. 



Lockhart, Rev. Dr. John, 195 West St. Vincent st. 
Lockhart, John, teacher, 26 Portland street 
Lockhart, Robert, spirit dealer, 38 Rose street 
Lockhart, R. of J, Lockhart ^ Sons, ho. 9 Union St. 
Lockhart, Thomas, slater, 47 Havannah 
Lockhart, Wm. brush maker. Hill street, Anderston 
Lockhart, Mrs. General, house 19 West Bath street 
Lockhart, Mrs. furnishing shop, 33 Kent street 
Lockhart, Mrs. James, lodgings, 87 Stockwell 
LOGAN, Andrew, baker, 8 Main street, Anderston 
Logan, A. & T. wine and spirit merchants, & foreign 

shrub manufacturers, 207 Gallowgate 
Logan, David, & Co. manufacturers, Ingram place 
Logan, James, upholsterer, 85 Trongate 
Logan, James, grocer, &c. 89 Main street, Anderston 
Logan, J. brace maker, 12 Prince's street 
Logan, John, band box maker, QQ High street 
Logan, Robert, tailor, 30 Bridge street 
Logan, Thomas, fruiterer, 125 Gallowgate 
Logan, Walter, Supert. Canal Office, Port-Dundas 
Logan, Wm. ofAdamson 8^ Logan, ho. 77 Montrose St. 
Logan, William, copper and tinsmith, 22 Wilson st. 
LOGGIE, J. grocer & spirit dealer, 135 Eglinton st. 
LOGUE, Mrs. straw hat maker, 50M'Keclinie street 
LONDON, Leith, Edinburgh and Glasgow Shipping 

Co. 28 Queen street. William Crichton, agent 
London and Leith Old Shipping Co. 36 Montrose st. 

Thomas Howie, agent 
London Genuine Tea Company, 120 Argyll street 
London and Edinburgh Shipping Co. 100 Buchanan 

street. Robert Sanderson, agent 
London and Edinburgh Steam Packet Co. 1 Dunlop st 
London Union Assurance, Royal Exchange, Stuart 

Bell, agent 
LONG, John, & Co. merchants, 9 Gordon street 
Long, William, grocer, 3 Tarbet street 
Long, Wm, messenger at arms, 33 Virginia street 
LO RIMER, Mrs. R. furnishing shop, 289 Argyll st. 
LORRAIN, Dr. of the Grammar School, Ure place 
Lorrain, Thos. S. Commercial bank, house Ure place 



LOTHIAN LUMSDEN. ],73 

LOTHIAN, George, merchant, 126 West Regent st. 

works Botliwell street 
Lothian, John, weaving works, Both well st. Anderston, 

house 167 Blythswood hill 
LOTTIMER, Andrew, bookseller, 155 High street 

and 48 Trongate 
Lottimer & Turner, manfacturers, 85 Candleriggs 
LOUDON, David, 26 Robertson street 
Loudoun, John, insurance broker, agent for the Phcenix 

Fire and Pelican Life Offices, 49 Miller street, house 

3 Albany place, Sauchiehall road 
Louden, John, spirit dealer, 148 Trongate 
Loudon, Mathew, tailor, 17 New street, Calton 
Loudon, Thomas, vintner, 114 Trongate 
Loudon, Miss, 152 Hope street 
LOUGHERY, Neil, shoe maker, 79 Canning street 
LOVE, Buchanan & Co. provision merchts. Jamaica st. 
Love, George, bookbinder, 3 Wallace court, and book- 
seller 17 Bazar 
Love, Hugh, spirit dealer, 201 Gallowgate 
Love, John, of Love, Buchanan 8f Co. ho. 12 Clyde pL 
Love, John, grocer, &c. 36 Stevenson street 
Love, John, pawnbroker, 31 Saltmarket 
Love, William, wright, Kerr street, Calton 
Love, William, spirit dealer, Cowcaddens 
LOWE, Alexander, confectioner, 142 Trongate 
Low, John, beamer and lamp wick manufacturer, 15 

Burn side lane 
Lowe, Robert, teacher of dancing. Assembly Rooms 
Low, W. at Peter M' Quistens 
LOWRY, J. B. at S, Colemans 
Lowry, Miss, 15 William street, Greenhead 
LUCAS & Davies, corset makers, 332 Gallowgate 
LUKE, Wm. paper warehouse, 5 Adelphi street 
LUTTED, Mrs. repository for ladies' work, 38 

Argyll arcade and 7 Maxwell street 
LUMSDEN, James, & Son, wholesale stationer*!, 20 

Queen street 
Lumsden, John, wholesale stationer, 1 02 Queen street, 

house South Woodside road 
p2 



i?4 . LUNDIE— MACKIE. 

LUND IE, Robert, tailor, 62 Great Hamilton street 
Lyceum Rooms, George Blackwood, 72 Nelson street 
LYBURN, John, shoemaker, 210 Argyll street 
LYLE, James, surgeon, 172 High street 
Lyle, J. & J. bookselloFS, 135 High street 
Lyle, Robert, fruit and spirit dealer, 60 Candleriggs 
LYON, George, tin plate worker, 149 Gallowgate 
Lyon, George, jun. coppersmith and tin plate worker, 

16 Candleriggs, house South Wellington place 
Lyon, James, spirit dealer, 27 North Albion street 
Lyon, Jasper, merchant, 39 West Nile street, ho. 39 

Montague place 
Lyon, Walter, musician, 108 Saltmarket 
Lyon, William, coach office, 78 Trongate, and 1 Dun- 
lop street, house 32 Dunlop street 
Lyon, William, surgeon, 159 Gallowgate, house 22 

Charlotte street 
Lyon, William, carter, 47 King street 
Lyon, Wm. & Son, tinplate workers, 1 24 Buchanan st. 
Lyon, Mrs. brush & basket manufact. 32 Candleriggs 
Lyon, Miss, straw hat maker, 161 Stockweli 
Lyon, Misses A. & J. milliners, &c. 163 Duke street 

M 
MABERLY, John, & Co. bankers, 34 Cochran street 
MABON, David, tin plate worker, 243 High street 
Mabon, James, cabinet maker, 17 Kirk street 
MACHARG, John, merchant, 63 George street 
MACHELL, Jas. English carrier, 102 Brunswick st. 
MACK, W. G. writer, 82 Hutcheson street, house 18 

Blythswood square 
MACKERSIE, Mrs. J. grocer, 19 Main st. Calton 
MACKIE, Andrew, Kilmarnock carrier, 99 Stockweli 
Mackie, Andrew, hair dresser, 253 George street 
Mackie, David, lecturer on natural philosophy and 

mathematics, St. George's rooms 
Mackie, James & Co. tea merchants, 30 Glassford st. 
Mackie, James, grocer, &c. 60 Hospital street 
Mackie, John, turner, 65 Kirk street, Calton 
Mackie, Robert, spirit dealer, 23 North Brook street 



MACKIE — MANDERSON. 175 



Mackie, Mrs. silk dyer, 6 Croy place 
HAH ON, Archibald, tailor, 45 New street, Calton 
Mail Coach Offices, 64 Trongate, and 10 Argyll st. 
MAIN, John, spirit dealer, 6 Main street, Anderston 
Main, John, hair dresser & perfumer, 26 & 27 Argyll 

arcade, house Pratt's court 
Main, John, spirit dealer, 122 Gallowgate 
Main, John, at Thomas Harvey s, 12 Stirling street 
Main's lodgings, 63 John street 
MAIR, Alexander, victualler, 50 Cavendish street 
Mair, John, & Co. manufacturers, West Ingram court 
Mair, John, at George Miller s, 82 Argyll street 
Mair, Rev. Wm. Trades School, house 105 Stockwell 
Mair, Misses, stay makers, 127 Ingram street 
MAITLAND, A. spirit dealer, Cowcaddens 
Maitland, James, painter, 48 John street 
Maitland, James, hosier, 14 Hospital street 
Maitland, James, manufacturer, 10 Stirling square 
Maitland, John, 96 M' Alpine street 
Maitland, T. of Couper, Maitland 8^ Co. ho. St. RoUox 
MALCOLM,' Andrew, smith, 44 Rutherglen loan ho. 

10 Thistle street 
Malcolm, D. O. Q. of Stirling, Gordon 8^ Co. house 26 

West Bath street 
Malcolm, Jas. grocer & spirit mercht. 27 Hospital st. 
Malcolm, John, spirit dealer, 49 Kirk street, Calton 
Malcolm, John, surgeon, 443 Argyll street 
Malcolm, John, victualler, 15 Clyde terrace 
Malcolm, John, accountant, 157 Trongate 
Malcolm, Robert, grocer, 136 Hope street 
Malcolm, Robert, Scots Times office, 90 Brunswick 

street, house Wallace street, Tradeston 
Malcolm, Wm. commission merchant, 93 Glassford st. 

house Little Govan 
MALLOCH, John, smith, 187 Trongate 
MALTMAN, M. candle shop, 42 Canon street 
Manchester Fire and Life Office, 62 Brunswick 

street. J. & T. Tassie, agents 
MANDERSON, John, of Mirrlees 8^ Manderson, ho. 

Wellington street, Anderston walk 



176 MANN MARSHALL. 

MANN, Alex, merchant, at Robert Gowan 8^ Go's. 
Mann, Francis, tavern, north side Anderston walk 
Mann, James, gunsmith, 7 Main street, Gorbals 
Mann, John, corn factor, 18 Union street 
Mann, John, writer, Sasine Ofl&ce, Council Cambers, 

house 41 Charlotte street 
Mann, John, beadle to the secession church, Laurieston, 

house 40 Buchan street 
Mann, Robert, writer, 9 Gallowg-ate 
Mann, Wm. commission agent, 77 Brunswick street 
MANS ON, John, & Son, tailors, 13 Hospital street 
Manson, L. eating house, 417 Gallowgate 
Manson, Miss, straw hat maker, 2 Main st. Anderston 
MANUEL, Alexander, grocer, 11 Rottenrow 
MARCH & Co. calenderers and packers, 21 Ingram st. 
MARKS, John, hat manufacturer, 56 Queen street, 

house Dundas street 
MARQUIS, Alex, portrait painter, 22 Argyll street 
Marquis, John, tallow chandler, 21 Stockwell 
Marquis, John, victualler, 35 Jamaica street 
MARRISON & Edwards, bandage makers, 69 Bu- 
chanan street 
MARSHALL, A. furnishing shop, 13 King st. Calton 
Marshall, Archibald, joiner, 4 Clyde street, Anderston 
Marshall, Bryce, currier and leather cutter, 17 Rope- 
work entry, house 15 Oxford street 
Marshall, C. academy, 229 Argyll street 
Marshall, David, & Co. cotton spinners and tape manu- 
facturers. Great Hamilton street 
Marshall, Findlay & Co. 81 Glassford street 
Marshall, George, at J, 8^ R. Tennenis^ ho. Duke st. 
Marshall, James, provision merchant, 66 Candleriggs 
Marshall, James, spirit dealer, 263 Gallowgate 
Marshall, Jas. grocer &: spirit dealer, 176 Gallowgate 
Marshall, John, writer, 37 Glassford street, house 

Park place. Paisley road 
Marshall, John, Balgraybank. Letters left at George 

Glen's, 12 Stirling square 
Marshall, John, wright, Dalmarnock road 
Marshall, John, sen. baker, 224 Gallowgate 



MARSHALL MARTIN. 177 

Marshall, John, dairyman, 14 Green street, Calton 
Marshall, John, jun. baker, 168 High street 
Marshall, John, spirit dealer, 23 Well street 
Marshall, Peter, wood merchant, 27 Eglinton street 
Marshall, Robt. & Co. weaving factory, Port-Eglinton 
Marshall, R. of Roht. Marshall c^ Co. ho. 7 Clyde pi. 
Marshall, Robert, spirit dealer, 127 Gt. Hamilton st. 
Marshall, Thomas, & Co. small ware manufacturers, 

88 Trongate 
Marshall, Dr. Thomas, 10 College street 
Marshall, Thomas B. land surveyor and lithographic 

printer, 164t Trongate 
Marshall, Thomas, writer, 36 Gallowgate 
Marshall, William, tailor. Main street, Bridgeton 
Marshall, Wm. at James Morrison s, 35 Miller street 
Marshall, William, at David Marshall &; Cos. house 

315 Argyll street 
Marshall, William, nailer, 29 New street, Calton 
Marshall, William, spirit dealer, 58 King st. Calton 
Marshall, Mrs. E. grocer, 53 Main street, Calton 
Marshall, Miss H. furnishing shop, 59 G. Hamilton st. 
MARTIN, Alexander, tea warehouse, 267 and 140 

Gallowgate, house 4 M'Farlane street 
Martin, Alexander, flesher, 26 Stirling street 
Martin & Allison, manufacturers, 104 Brunswick st. 
Martin, David, of William Allan 8^ Co. house 73 

Portland street, Laurieston 
Martin, Duncan, grocer and spirit dealer, 7 Thistle st. 
Martin, George, 39 Norfolk street 
Martin, James, grocer, 68 King street 
Martin, James, at William Martin 8^ Cos. ho. Hill pi. 
Martin, James, accountant, 131 Ingram street, house 

396 Argyll street 
Martin, James, & J. & G. Burns, agents for Liverpool 

steam packets, 9 Buchanan street 
Martin, J. & Sons, ironmongers, 29 Argyll street, ho. 

Holme street 
Martin, James, & Co. merchants, 17 St. Enoch square 
Martin, James, of James Martin Sf Co. house Portland 

street, Laurieston 



178 MARTIN — -MATHIESON. 

Martin, J. grocer, 71 Main street, Gorbals 
Martin, John, carver and gilder, 71 Maxwell street 
Martin, John, grocer, 61 Stevenson street 
Martin, John, manufact. 12 Stirling sq. ho. 3 Morris pL 
Martin, Peter, grocer and spirit dealer, 1 Govan street 
Martin, R. baker, 272 George street 
Martin, Sam. tailor, Marshall court, 9 So. Hanover st. 
Martin, William, & Co. manufacturers, 33 Candleriggs 
Martin, Wm. & Co. dealers in metals, 12 Croy place 
Martin, William, grocer and spirit dealer, St. Rollox 
Martin, William, messenger at arms, 43 Saltmarket 
Martin, W. of Wm. Martin 8^ Co. ho. 1 15 Montrose st. 
Martin, W. K. British Linen Go's. Bank 
Martin, Mrs. lodgings, 39 Norfolk street 
Martin Miss B. sewing school, 16 Canning street 
MASON, James, provision dealer, 1 Bazar 
MATHER, Adam, cattle dealer, 11 Cavendish street 
Mather, J. & Co. provision merchts. 16 & 18 Wilson st. 
Mather, Robt. commission merchant, 153 Queen street, 

house 1 Cumberland place 
Mather, William, jun. & Co. 8 John street, power loom 

works Tureen street and Sidney street 
Mather, W. & Co. yarn warehouse, 120 Brunswick st. 
Mather, W. of W. Mather 8^ Co. ho. 19 St. Enoch sq. 
MATHEW, Williiim, grocer, &c. 71 Stevenson street 
MATHIE, Alexander, eating house, 111 Gallowgate 
Mathie, Benjamin, of Mathie 8^ Craig, ho. Craigbank 
Mathie & Craig, writers, 65 Ingram street 
MATHIESON, Alex, plane maker, 14 Saracen lane 
Mathison, Alex, sheriff-officer, 39 Little Dowhill 
Mathison, Andrew, spirit dealer, 55 Gallowgate 
Mathieson, Charles, painter, 1 6 St. Andrew square 
Matheson, Charles, spirit dealer, Quarrytown 
Mathieson, Colin, town-officer, 4 Steel street 
Mathieson, David, spirit dealer. Main street, Bridgeton 
Mathison, John, grocer, 68 Drygate 
Matheson, John, sen. 22 Monteith row 
Mathieson, John, at M^Do7iald, Son 8^ Co's. 
Mathieson, William, merchant, of James Ewiug S) Co. 

house Rose street, Garnethill 



MATHIESON MEEK. 1 79 

Matliieson, William, starcber, 49 Main street, Caltou 
Mathieson, Mrs. grocer & spirit dealer, 33 New wynd 
MAXTON, David, agent, 13 College street. Letters 

left at 102 Trongate 
Maxton, Jas. victualler, 103 Argyll st. ho. 6 Croy pi. 
Maxton, Peter, victualler, 149 Argyll street 
MAXWELL, A. pattern drawer, &c. 53 Nelson st. 
Maxwell, Alex. & Co. hat makers, 13 Wilson street 
Maxwell, Alex, of Alex. Maxwell Sf Co. house Little 

Hamilton street 
Maxwell, James, of Hoome^ Wilson S^ Co. 
Maxwell, James, spirit dealer, 330 Gallowgate 
Maxwell, J. H. & Robert Aird, writers, 20 Miller st. 
Maxwell, J. H. of Maxwell 8^ Aird, ho. Salter's croft, 

Govan 
Maxwell, Dr. John, 3 St. Vincent place 
Maxwell, Sir John, of Pollok. Letters left at John 

M' Arthur's, 28 Hutcheson street 
Maxwell, John, jun. of Pollok. Letters left at do. 
Maxwell, Peter, spirit dealer, 219 Argyll street 
Maxwell, R. G. surgeon, 169 Trongate 
Maxwell, Robert, sen. 4 Maxwelton place 
Maxwell, Robert, jun. 4 Maxwelton place 
Maxwell, William, tea dealer, 248 High street 
Maxwell, William, merchant, 113 Buchanan street 
Maxwell, William, grocer, Dalmarnock road 
Maxwell, Mrs, 1 1 Muirhead street 
Maxwell, Miss, milliner, 40 Glassford street 
Maxwell, Miss, Pratt's court, 109 Argyll street 
MAY & Dennistoun, cotton works, 4 Tobago street 
May, John, of Ewing, May 8^ Co. ho. Sauchiehall road 
May, Miss E. eating house, 73 Candleriggs 
MAYLING, Thos. spirit dealer, 6 St. Andrew lane 
MAYNES & Co. printers, 125 Trongate 
Mechanics' Institution and library. No. Hanover st. 
Medical, Clerical and General Life Assurance Society, 

48 Stock well. James Hadden, agent 
! Medical Journal Publishing Office, Richard Griffin 

& Co. 64 Hutcheson street 
MEEK, John, perfumer, 17 Miller st. ho. 62 Argyll st. 



180 MEIKLE MERCER. 



MEIKLE, David, tanner and skinner, 62 Spoutmouth 
Meikle, John, manufacturer, 8 Hospital street 
Meikle, Robert, baker, 12 Millroad street, Calton 
Meekle, Wm. manufacturer, 120 Brunswick street 
MEIKLEHAM, William, writer, 22 College street 
MEIKLEJOHN, John, grocer and spirit dealer, 1 18 

Broomielaw 
Meikle, Mrs. William, grocer, 62 Stevenson street 
MEIN, Alex, accountant, 42 Miller st. ho. 6 Holland pL 
Mein, Peter, vintner and stabler, 41 Blackfriar street 
MELLONY, Mrs. broker, 31 Bridgegate 
MELROSE, Thomas, grocer, 29 Canon street 
Melrose, Mrs. spirit dealer, 70 Canon street 
Melting Pot manufactory, 21 Tureen street 
MEVILLE, Francis, piano forte maker and music 

seller, 41 Argyll arcade, and 374 Argyll street 
Melville, George, piano forte maker, 14 Buchanan st. 
Melville, William, spirit dealer, 19 Tureen street 
Melville, Miss, dress maker, 79 Main street, Gorbals 
MELVIN, Archibald, nailer, Quarrytown 
Melvine, James, & Co. wrights, 34 Washington street 
Melvin, James, dyer, 30 Spoutmouth 
MENZIES, Alex, tavern, Post-Officect. il4Trongate 
Minzies, Alex. Richard, Procurator Fiscal's Office, 60 

Stockwell, house 2 Norfolk court 
Menzies, C. grocer, 120 Bridgegate 
Menzies, Daniel, confectioner, 47 Prince's street 
Menzies, J. grocer, 122 Bridgegate 
Menzies, James, fish curer, 116 Stockwell 
Menzies, John, surveyor of taxes for Barony Parish, 

13 Buchanan street 
Menzies, John, bookbinder, 77 Brunswick street 
Menzies, Stewart & Co. wine and spirit merchants, 21 

and 23 Candleriggs 
Menzies, Thomas, surgeon, 8 St. Andrew square 
Menzies, William, eating house, 1 19 Bridgegate 
Menzies, Mrs. Charles, dressmaker, 249 Argyll street 
MERCER, Andrew, of Gray, Mercer ^ Co. house 20 

Monteith row 
Mercer, Laurence, shoemaker, 11 Mitchell street 



MEREDITH MILLER. 181 



MEREDITH, Richd. & Co. fleshers, 107 Argyll st. 

MERRY, James, & Son, coal masters, Monkland 
Canal bason, house 127 Stirling's road 

Merry, John, victualler, 5.4 Old wynd 

METHVEN, James, accountant, 40 Glassford street 

Mexican Consulate, 93 Glassford street. William 
Malcolm, vice-consul 

MICHAEL, Mrs. M. furniture wareh. 38 Bridgegate 

Michael, Jonas, house 85 Candleriggs 

Michael, Sam. wood merchant and cabinet maker, 43 
Candleriggs 

Michael, S. & H. cabinet and upholstery warehouse, 
37 Candleriggs 

MIDDLEMAS, R. teacher, 55 St. George place 

MIDDLETON, J. working jeweller, 26 New wynd 

Middleton William, & Co. merchants, 168 George st. 

Middleton, William, of Wm. Middleton 8^ Co. house 

2 Blythswood place 
Middleton, William, general factor, 68 Glassford st. 

MILE-END Spinning Co. Mile-end, Calton. Letters 
and orders left at 54 St. Andrew square 

MILL, Walter, reed maker, 25 Bell street 
MILLEN, John, teacher, 73 John street 
MILLER, Andrew, & Co. 2 Antigua place 
Miller, A. weaving utensil maker, 150and 154 Stockw. 
Miller, Andw. of Andw. Miller S^ Co. ho. 39 Crown st. 
Miller, Adam, College church beadle, 148 High street 
Miller, Alex, of Miller 4" Kerr^ house Elmbank place 
Miller, Alexander, Waterloo tavern, 26 Hutcheson st. 
Miller, Alexander, Cossack inn. Miller place 
Miller, Alexander, lock and hinge maker, Cowcaddens 
Miller, x\lexander, cabinet maker, 125 Saltmarket 
Miller, Alexander, boot and shoe shop, 26 Saltmarket 
Miller, Alexander, baker, 346 Argyll street 
Miller & Birkmyre, 120 Brunswick street 
Millar & Cochran, tailors and clothiers, 136 Queen st. 
Miller, Daniel, spirit dealer. Main street, Bridgeton 
Miller, David, spirit dealer and pattern drawer, 12 

Washington street 
Miller, David, spirit dealer, 6 Abercromby street 
Q 



182 MILLER. 

Miller, David, warping and winding macliine maker, 

62 Blackfriar street 
Miller, David, wright, 78 Brown street 
Miller & Ewing, 98 Miller street 
Miller, Edward, hair dresser, 4 Crown street 
Miller, Francis, coal agent, 1 Robertson street 
Miller, Gavin, victualler, 305 Argyll street 
Miller, Geo. at H. Monteith 8^ Cos. ho. 78 Charlotte st. 
Miller, George, haberdasher, 82 Argyll street, house 

42 Portland street, Laurieston 
Miller, Geo. & Wm. & Co. haberdashers, 82 Trongate 
Miller, Geo. of Gartcraig. Letters left at 91 High st. 
Miller, Henry, of Sorley <^ Miller, ho. 41 Adelphi st. 
Miller, J. H. warehouseman, Buchanan court, 44 Tron- 
gate, house St. Mungo's street 
Miller, Jas, surgeon, 61 Nelson st. ho. 31 Stirling st. 
Miller, James, fish merchant, 45 East Clyde street 
Miller, James, tinsmith, 2 Green street, Calton 
Miller, J. Provan mills. Letters left at Robert Miller's, 

31 Stirling street 
Miller, James, Commercial tavern, 54 Broomielaw 
Miller, James, at Clyde Shipping Cos. house 256 

Brandon place 
Miller, James, soap and candlemaker, 83 Gallowgate 
Miller, James, sen. baker, &c. 33 Stevenson street 
Miller, James, clothier, 88 Trongate 
Miller, James, tinsmith, 109 Bridgegate 
Miller, James, straw hat and umbrella manufacturer, 

38 Nelson street 
Miller, James, lithographic and type printer, 85 Tron- 
gate, and 22 Argyll street 
Miller, James, grocer and spirit dealer, 264 High st. 
Miller, James, stationer and librarian, 17 Cathcart st. 
Miller, James, at Ure 8^ JBankiers, ho. 22 Ingram st. 
Miller, James, shoemaker, 81 Kirk street, Calton 
Miller, James, lamp contractor, 101 Bridgegate 
Miller, James, wright and machine maker, 211 Gallow- 
gate, and eating house 213 do. 
Miller, James, provision dealer, 83 Gallowgate 
Miller, James, shoemaker, 88 Main street, Gorbals 



MILLER. 1^3 



Miller, James, spirit dealer, 40 Rose street ' ' 

Miller, James, portrait painter, 19 Cochran street 
jVliller, James, smith, 53 King" street, Tradeston 
Miller, James, baker,, 25 Eglinton street 
Miller, James, jun. baker, &c. 90 Canning street 
Miller, James, hair dresser, Anderston quay 
Miller, James, hair dresser, 68 Jamaica street 
Miller, John, merchant, Wellington factory, Hutche- 

sontown, house 8 Blythswood place. Letters left at 

John Miller, jun. & Co's. 
Miller, John, at Robert 8^ Alexander Miller s^ ho. South 

Wellington place 
Miller, John, & Co. drapers, 22 High street 
Miller, John, jun. & Co. merchants, 110 Buchanan st. 
Miller, John, cork cutter, 11 St. Mungo's lane 
Miller, John, victualler, &c. 347 Gallowgate 
Miller, John, teacher of dancing, 44 Hospital street 
Miller, John, spirit dealer, 94 Main street, Anderston 
Miller, John, cooper, 48 Stockwell 
Miller, John, tobacconist, 43 Prince's street 
Miller, John, grocer and spirit dealer, 38 Ladywell st. 
Miller, Joseph, tailor, head of Main street, Gorbals 
Miller & Kerr, insurance brokers, Royal Exchange 
Millar, Leander, of Millar Sf Cochran, ho. 35 Dundas st. 
Miller, M. boot and shoe shop, 88 Prince's street 
Millar, N. M. spirit dealer, 18 Havannah 
Miller, Patrick, agent and drysalter, 14 Croy place, ho. 

102 West Bath street 
Miller, Dr. Richard, Lecturer on Materia Medica, 

College, house 5 George's square 
Miller, Robert, joiner, 31 Stirling street 
Miller, Rt. mercht. tailor, 82 Saltmarket, ho. Sandyford 
Miller, Robert, grocer and cork cutter, 26 Kent street 
Miller, Robert, tailor, 16 Crown street 
Miller, Robert, jun. writer, 7 Park place 
Miller, Robert, grocer, 81 Stobcross street, Anderston 
Miller, Robert & Alexander, wine and spirit merchants, 

67 and 69 Saltmarket 
Miller, Robt. hosiery & furnishing shop, 145 George st. 
Miller, Robert, manufacturer, 28 St. Andrew street 



184 MILLER. 



Miller, Robert, & Co. teachers, 50 High street 
Miller, Robert, ofBryson 8^ Miller^ 52 Glassford street 
Miller, Robert, & Co. manufacturers, 109 Candlerig-gs 
Miller, Robt. of Robert Miller 8^ Co. ho. 1 Coburg st. 
Miller, Stephen, & Co. coppersmiths, brass and iron 

founders, 48 Saracen lane 
Miller, Stephen, of Stephen Miller 8^ Co. house Spring- 
hill, Woodside road 
Miller, Thomas, tea gardens. Main street, Bridgeton 
Miller, Thomas, stone engraver, 33 Kirk street 
Miller & Watson, Garscube. Letters left at 25 Stockwell 
Miller, Walter, lint and yarn shop, 17 High street 
Miller, Walter, beadle, 3 Pitt street 
Miller, William, tailor, John street, Bridgeton 
Miller, William, boot and shoe shop, 50 Saltraarket 
Miller, Wm. beamer & weaver's office, 9 Piccadilly st. 
Miller, Wm. grocer & fruiterer, 34 Argyll st. ho. 32 
Miller, William, & Son, dyers, 60 Wilson street, works 

and house Springfield, Dalmarnock 
Miller, William, baker, 324 Gallowgate 
Miller, Wm. cabinet and chair maker, 117 Saltmarket 
Miller, Wm. cotton yarn & worsted shop, 59 Gallowg. 
Miller, William, hair dresser, 19 Canon street 
Miller, W. boot and shoe maker, 88 Prince's street 
Miller, William, & Co. manufacturers. Hill street 
Miller, William, shoemaker, Main street, Bridgeton 
Miller, William, spirit dealer, Dalmarnock road 
Miller, William, grocer, 21 Dean street 
Miller, Mrs. Alexander, 33 George square 
Miller, Mrs. D. grocer, 38 Little Dowhill 
Miller, Mrs. H. baker, 1 03 Bridgegate 
Miller, Mrs. .John, victualler, 77 High street 
Miller, Mrs. James, cork manufacturer, 167 High st. 
Miller, Mrs. James, lodgings, 193 Argyll street 
Miller, Mrs. Robt. spirit dealer & stabler, 31 Duke st. 
Miller, Mrs. boot and shoe shop, 141 Trongate 
Miller, Mrs. spirit dealer, 142 Main street, Anderston 
Miller, Mrs. lodgings, 38 Broomielaw 
Miller, Mrs. 33 St. Vincent street 
Miller, Mrs. spirit dealer, 16 Little Dowhill 



MtLLER — MILROY. 1^5" 



Miller, Mrs. grocer, Burnside, Port-Dundas 
Miller, Miss, dress maker, 88 TroDgate 
Miller, Misses, dress makers, 7 Park place 
Miller's Free School for girls, 157 George street, 
and Miss Graeme, teachers. 
MILLFIELD Dye Work Co. Hutchesontown 
MiLLHOLM Paper Warehouse, 57 Argyll street 
MILLHON, Mrs. midwife, 89 Jamaica street 
MILLIGAN, James, at James Barnhill 8^ Cos. 
Milligan, John, reed maker, 17 High street 
Milligan, Robert, baker, 3 London road 
Milligan, W. & J. curriers and leather merchants, 132 

Gallowgate 
Milligan, William, eating house, 44 Gallowgate 
MILLIKEN, James, agent for heritable property, 14 

Stirling street, house 40 Glebe street 
Milliken, James, lodgings, 156 George street 
Milliken's tavern, 89 Brunswick street 
MILLS, Andrew B, of Allan Clark, jun. 8^ Co. 
Mills, George, marble cutter, 40 Union street 
Mills, .James, spirit dealer, 131 George street 
Mills, William, merchant, 107 Buchanan street, house 

Sandyford place, Sauchiehall road 
MILNE, Alexander, victualler, 262 Argyll street 
Milne, Alexander, & Co. merchants, 43 Argyll street 
Milne, George, grocer, 50 Clyde street, Anderston 
Milne, George, & Co. drysalters, 62 Argyll street 
Milne, James, turner, 14 Main street, Gorbals 
Milne, John, messenger at arras, 11 Miller street 
Milne, John, stationer & ink manufacturer, 43 John st. 
Milne, John, gunsmith, 12 Main street, Gorbals 
Milne, John, washing house keeper, 54 Rose street 
Milne, John, spirit dealer, 30 Eglinton street 
Milne, John, corn merchant, 31 Union street 
Mill, Walter, reed maker, 25 Bell street 
Milne, Wm. of Hutcheson 4" Milne, ho. 43 Oxford st. 
Milne, Mrs. George, lodgings. Union court 
Milne, Mrs. straw hat maker, 8 Guildry court 
MILROY & Rodie, tea merchants, 48 Hutcheson st. 
Milroy, Samuel, victualler, &c. Craignestock 
Q 2 



186 MILROY — MITCHELL. 

Milroy, Wm. of Milroy 8^ Rodie, house Garnethill 
Miiroy, William, beadle, 8 West George street 
MILVEN, James, & Co. wrigiits, Washington street 
MINCHIER, Wra. gold & silver beater, 29 Back wynd 
MINTO, James, builder, 34 York street 
MIRRLEES, Charles, Superintendent of weighing 

machines, house 105 Stockwell 
Mirrlees & Manderson, saddlers, 53 Argyll street 
Mirrlees, Peter, of Mirrlees 8^ Manderson^ house Cfaig- 

bank, Sauchiehall road 
Mirrlees, Robert, wrigbt and organ builder, 44 Ingram 

street, house 292 High street 
Mirrlees, William, saddler, 97 Buchanan street, house 

336 Sauchiehall road 
MITCHELL, Alexander, merchant, 87 Buchanan st. 
Mitchell, Alexander, Glasgow Apothecaries' Hall, ho. 

175 Blythswood place 
Mitchell, Alex, painter, John Street lane, Bridgeton 
Mitchell, Alex, currier & leather mercht. 57 Stockwell 
Mitchell, Alex. & Co. shawl warehouse, 25 Candleriggs 
Mitchell, Alex, of Mitchell 8f Son. ho. 29 N. Hanover St. 
Mitchell, Alexander, & Co. plumbers, 14 Maxwell sti 
Mitchell, Andrew, of Mitchell, Grahame 8^ Mitchell, 

house 4 Blythswood place 
Mitchell, A. of W. 8)^ A. Mitchell, ho. 10 Monteith row 
Mitchell, Andrew, baker, 27 Main street, Calton 
Mitchell, Charles, at Alex. Barlas, writer s 
Mitchell, David, gardener, 248 George street 
Mitchell, David, grocer, 32 Bishop street, Anderston 
Mitchell, George, at M^Leroy, Hamilton <^ Cos. 
Mitchell, George, baker, 3 Little Hamilton street 
Mitchell, Grahame & Mitchell, writers^ 36 Miller st. 
Mitchell, H. fruiterer, 23 Main street, Anderston 
Mitchell, James, grocer, 421 Argyll street 
Mitchell, James, manufacturer, 21 Ingram street 
Mitchell, James, spirit dealer, 153 High street 
Mitchell, James, victualler, 437 Argyll street 
Mitchell, 'James, at Mitchell, Grahame 8^- Mitchells, 

house Blythswood square 
Mitchell, Jas. of John 8^ Jas. Mitchell, ho. 16 Surrey st. 



MITCHELL 187 

Mitchell, James, grocer, 162 Upper Nile street 
Mitchell, John, merchant, 37 Turner's court, ho. above 
Mitchell, John, & Co. distillers, 57 Bishop street 
Mitchell, John & James, grocers, 31 King street 
Mitchell, John, victualler, 9 Clyde place 
Mitchell, John, cork merchant and manufacturer, 18 
East Clyde street, ho. Kinning house, Paisley road 
Mitchell, John, hair dresser, 33 George street 
Mitchell, John, smith, Quarrytown 
Mitchell, John, of John Sf Jas. Mitchell, ho. 30 King st. 
Mitchell, John, stationer and librarian, 60 Nelson st. 
Mitchell, John, spirit dealer, 131 Main st. Anderston 
Mitchell, Rev. Dr. J. Newtonhill, West St. Vincent st. 
Mitchell, Moncrieff, of T. 8f M. Mitchell, house Garnet- 
bank, Sauchiehall road 
Mitchell & M'Kenzie, 1 Fish market. King street 
Mitchell & Norris, cotton spinners, Jas. st. Greenhead 
Mitchell, Patrick, calico printer, 111 Ingram street 
Mitchell, Peter, wine and spirit dealer, 194i Argyll st, 
Mitchell, Robert, smith, 49 Jamaica street 
Mitchell, Robert, smith, 19 Main street, Anderston 
Mitchell, Robert, at David ConnelVs, 98 Buchanan st. 
Mitchell & Son, jewellers and watchmakers, 2 Argyll st. 
Mitchell, Stephen, & Son, tobacconists, 106 Candleriggs 
Mitchell, Stewart, tobacconist, 99 Bridgegate, ho. 95 
Mitchell, Stewart, jun. tobacconist. 111 King street 
Mitchell & Steven's rope work, 1 Canning street, office 

116 Broomielaw 
Mitchell, T. & M. manufacturers, 85 Mitchell street 
Mitchell, Thomas, tobacconist, 73 King street 
Mitchell, Thomas, cooper, 132 Gallowgate 
Mitchell, Thomas, spirit dealer, 7 Commerce street 
Mitchell, T. of T. 8^ M. Mitchell, house Blythswood hill 
Mitchell, William, cashier, Glasgow Union bank, ho. 

Albany place 
Mitchell, William, yarn merchant, 88 Hutcheson st. 
Mitchell, William, cooper, 125 Saltmarket 
Mitchell, William, spirit dealer, Millroad st. Calton 
Mitchell, W. & A. grocers, 4'2 High street 
Mitchell, Wm. G. & Co. merchants. 111 Ingram street 



188 MITCHELL — MONCRIEFF. 



Mitchell, Wm, of Archd. Cumins, ho. 72 Hospital st 
Mitchell, William, of Mitchell Sf Son, ho. 16 Bath st. 
Mitchell, M.&E. dress & corset makers, 1 25 Saltraarket 
MOAT, C. W. agent for the British College of health, 

35 Portland street, Laurieston 
MOCHRIE, Thomas, surgeon, Main st. Bridgeton 
Mochrie, Wm. & Brothers, calenderers, 36 Bell street 
Mochrie, Jean, furnishing shop, 170 High street 
Mochrie, Miss, handbox maker, 22 Brunswick place 
MOFFAT, Alexander, at Stirling, Gordon 8f Go's. 
Moffat, Alexander, victualler, 46 King street 
Moffat, D. baker, 127 Saltmarket and 149 Bridgegate 
Moffat, D. of Henderson 8^ Moffat, house 338 High st. 
Moffat, James, dairyman, 126 Main street, Gorbals 
Moffat, James, wright and glazier, 187 Trongate 
Moffat, Jas. of Geo. M'Farlane 8^ Co. 95 Candleriggs 
Moffat, John, spirit dealer, 143 Eglinton street 
Moffat, Robert, grocer, Reid street, Bridgeton 
Moffat, Robert, wright, 12 Green street, Calton 
Moffat & Sons, tea merchts. 207 High st. ho. 4 College st. 
Moffat, William, surgeon, 158 George street 
MOIR, James, tea merchant, 179 Gallowgate 
Moir, Samuel, officer of fishery, 12 Howard street 
Moir, Thomas, & Co. smiths, Port-Dundas 
Moir, Walter, sheriff-substitute and commissary depute 

of Lanarkshire, 42 Great Clyde street 
Moir, William, cooper, 16 Howard street 
Moir, W. of Bannatyne, Moir 8^ Co. ho. Robertson, st. 
Moir, Mrs. lodgings, 10 Wellington street 
Moir, Miss E. straw hat maker, 12 Howard street 
MOIRA, John, spirit dealer, Cowcaddens 
MOLLESON, Alexander, inventor and manufacturer 

of safety garments, 22 Portugal street 
Mollison, Wm. of Brand 8^ Mollison, ho. Garnethill 
MOLLONNAY, Mrs. broker, 15 Miller place 
MONACH, And. & Co. cotton spinners, Burnsidelane 
Monach, Andrew, of Andrew Monach 8^ Co. house Ure 

place, Montrose street 
MONCRIEFF, Finlayson & Moncrieff, writers, 41 

Virginia street 



MONCRIEFF — MONTGOMERY. 189 

MoncrieiF, Hugh, of Moncrieff, Finlayson S^ Moncrieff^ 

house Holland place 
Moncrieff, James, coal agent, 239 George street 
Moncrieff, Matthew, baker, 24 Crown street 
Moncrieff, ^ohevt, of Moncrieff, Finlayson 8^ Moncrieff, 

house Greenhill place 
MoNKLAND Canal Office, 276 George street 
MoNKLAND Steel Company, 49 Maxwell street 
Monteith, Henry, & Co. bandanna and yarn warehouse, 

11 George square and 132 Queen street, printing & 

dye works Rutherglen bridge 
Monteath, James, of Hamilton, Monteath 4" Co. house 

Moore place 
Monteith, James, writer, Clerk to the Sub-division of 

Lieutenancy, 26 Glassford st. ho. 1 Windsor place 
Monteith, James, bootmaker, 28 Bridge street 
Monteith, Dr. James, 29 Buchanan street 
Monteith, James, & Co. agents, 37 Glassford street 
Monteith, James, tavern and bath keeper, 117 Upper 

Nile street 
Monteith, John, grocer and spirit dealer, 34 Govan St. 
Monteith, John, spirit dealer, 269 Gallowgate 
Monteith, John, wine and spirit dealer, 387 Argyll st. 
Monteith, John, writer, 20 Miller st. ho. Castlemilk pi. 
Monteath, Major, A. D. 146 Moore place 
Monteith, Peter, cap manufacturer, 9 Blackfriar street 
Monteith, Mrs. Ebenezer, grocer, &c. 1 Norfolk street 
MONTGOMERY & Fleming, writers, 62 Miller st. 
Montgomerie, John, & Co. manufacturing chemists, 61 

Oswald street, works Port-Dundas 
Montgomery, Jas. steam boat tavern, 234 Broomielaw 
Montgomerie, John, tailor, 17 Trongate 
Montgomery, Joseph, muslin agent, 13 Bell street 
Montgomery, Matthew, of Montgomery S<; Fleming, 

house 230 George street 
Montgomery, Robert, spirit dealer, 13 Maxwell street 
Montgomerie, Robert, earthenware manufacturer, Ver- 

reville pottery, Finnieston 
Montgomery, Robert, grocer, 7 St. Mungo's lane 
Montgomery, Mrs, spirit dealer, 125 Trongate 



1 90 MONTGOMERY MORRISON. 



Montgomery, Mrs. spirit dealer, 91 Havannah 
Montgomery, Miss C. dress maker, Main st. Bridgeton 
MOODY, Andrew, cotton yarn merchant, 63 Virginia 

street, house 58 North Frederick street 
Moody, H. & W. wine and spirit merchants, 51 King 

street, house 8 Clyde place 
MOORE, Robert, wright, 18 Dempster street 
Moore, Samuel, teacher, 12 St. Andrew lane 
Moor, Mrs. lodgings, 229 Argyll street 
MORE, Alexander, millwright, 24 Canon street 
More, Daniel, grocer, &c. 20 Bishop street 
More, James, iron merchant, 14? East Nile st. ho. 5 
More, J. & T. stationers, 108 Trongate 
More, M. eating house, 197 Gallowgate 
MORGAN, J. H. Commercial hotel, 48 London street 
Morgan, J. H. agent, 48 London street 
Morgan, Wm. of Matthew Fleming 8^ Co. ho. 6 Ure pi. 
Morgan, William, atArchd. TurnbuU's, 29 Bridgegate, 

house 113 King street 
MORRIS, Alex, mercht. 4 Wilson st. ho. Garnethill 
Morris, Kirkwood and Bland, warehousemen, 118 

Argyll street 
Morris, William, shoemaker, 75 Main st. Anderston 
Morris, Mrs. midwife, 80 Bridgegate 
Morris, Mrs. Richard, I Morris place 
MORRISON, Adam, tailor, 71 Prince's street 
Morrison, A. writer, 74 Buchanan st. ho. Garnethill 
Morrison, Alexander, smith, 13 New street, Calton 
Morrison, Andrew, painter, 64 Maxwell street, house 

8 Turner's court 
Morrison, Archibald, spirit dealer, 27 King street 
Morrison, C. accountant, Argyll place, 315 Argyll st. 
Morrison, D. rush and cane bottom chair maker, 179 

Argyll street, house 193 
Morrison, Duncan, & Co. manufacts. 95 Hutcheson st. 
Morrison, Duncan, of Duncan Morrison 8^ Co. house 

Elm wood. Little Go van road 
Morrison & Ewing, agents, 106 Brunswick street 
Morrison, George, writer, 13 Adelphi street 
Morrison, George, spirit dealer, 10 Turner's court 



MORRISON— MORT. 191 

Morrison, George, writing-master, 315 Argyll street 
Morrison, Hogli, manufacturer, 19 John street, house 

143 Campbell street, Montague place 
Morrison, Hugh, spirit dealer, 34 St. Ninian street 
Morrison, James, shoemaker, 3 Centre st. Tradeston 
Morrison, James, baker, 394 Argyll street 
Morrison, J. merchant, 35 Miller st. ho. Greenhill pi. 
Morrison, James, furniture dealer, 24 & 26 Bridgegate 
Morrison, James, spirit dealer, 67 King street, Calton 
Morrison, James, furnishing shop, 11 Gallovvgate 
Morrison, John, spirit dealer, 42 John street 
Morrison, John, provision dealer, 15 Bazar 
Morrison, John, jun. merchant j 42 Miller street 
Morrison, John, maltster, Forefield lane, Ladywell 
Morrison, John, &Co. distillers, Islay, 20 Brunswick pi. 
Morrison, John, stationer and librarian, 30 King st. 

Tradeston 
Morrison, John, dairyman, 36 Havannah 
Morrison, Joseph & John, curriers & leather merchants, 

5 Great Hamilton street, house Sommerville place 
Morrison, Kenneth L. of Outram 8^ Morrison, lodgings 

West Nile street 
Morrison, N. saddler, 18 Jamaica street 
Morrison, Peter, manufacturer, 90 Bell street 
Morrison, Peter, joiner, 22 Clyde street, Anderston 
Morrison, R. supervisor of excise, Warwick street 
Morrison, Thomas, tailor, 27 Kirk street, Calton 
Morrison, Walter, surgeon, 158 Saltmarket 
Morrison, William, chair maker, 48 Eglinton street 
Morrison, William, merchant, 48 Queen street, house 

Greenhill place 
Morrison, William, & Co. wrights, 16 Cochran street 
Morrison, William, spirit dealer, Duke street 
Morrison, Mrs. William, lodgings, 68 Glassford street 
Morrison, Mrs. matron to the servants' institution, 

Woodside road 
Morrison, Mrs. straw hat maker, 71 Prince's street 
Morrison, Mrs. spirit dealer, 9 Muirhead street 
Morrison, Misses, dressmakers, 33 Virginia street 
Mort-Cloth Office, 67 Bell st. Robert Thomson, 



192 MORTON MUIR. 



MORTON, Hugh, writer, 69 Glassford street, house 

107 Oakfield place 
Morton, Hugh, & Co. muslin and shawl commission 

warehouse, 104 Brunswick street 
Morton, James, stationer, 95 Glassford street 
Morton, John, spirit dealer, 68 Carrick street 
Morton, Joseph, & Co. plumbers and lead merchants, 

14 Inkle Factory lane 
Morton, J. of Joseph Morton Sf Co. ho. 20 College st. 
Morton, Peter, agent, 90 Candleriggs 
Morton, Robert, spirit dealer, 29 King street, Calton 
Morton, William, dyer, 100 Canning street 
Morton, Misses, silk dyers, 4 Frederick lane 
MOSES, Wm. grocer and spirit dealer, 161 Upper 

Nile street 
MOSSMAN, Wm. sculptor, 172 Upper Nile street 
MOTHERSHED, Mrs. lodgings, 26 George street 
MOTHERWELL, Andw. grocer, 145 Upper Nile 
Motherwell, Wm. Courier office, house 119 George st. 
MOULTRIE, James, corn merchant, 4 Union street 
MUCK ART, Lauchlan, & Co. shoemakers, 81 Bell st. 
MUDIE, Captain David, R. N. 50 Graeme street 
Mudie, John, accountant, 23 South Frederick street, 

house 27 Union place 
Mudie, Robert, & Co. manufacturers, 13 Montrose st. 
Mudie, Robt. of Bobt. Mudie 8^ Co. 3 Blythswood sq. 
Mudie, Mrs. Wm. 201 Buchanan street 
MUGGOCH, J. & J. printers' joiners, & bookbinders' 

press makers, 47 King street 
MUIR, Brown & Co. manufacturers, West Ingram 

court, works 7 Rose street and North street 
Muir, Edward, & Co. cotton and cotton waste dealers, 

27 Jackson street 
Muir, Gowans & Co. printers, 42 Argyll street 
Muir, James, wright, 65 Kirk street, Calton 
Muir, James, & Co. hatters, 24 Gallowgate 
Muir, James, victualler, 118 Candleriggs 
Muir, John, smith, 51 Gallowgate 
Muir, John, surgeon, 24 Norfolk street 
Muir, John, boot maker, 56 King street, Tradeston 



MOTR— MUIRHEAD. 193 



Muir, John, grocer and spirit dealer, 87 Havannah 

Muir, John, jun. joiner, Melville street, Tradeston 

Muir, Rev. John, house Garnethill 

Muir, John, sen. portioner, 98 Centre street 

Muir, John, spirit dealer, Dalmarnock road 

Muir, John, baker, 106 Hope street 

Muir, John, of Muir, Brown 8^ Co. house 198 Blyths- 

wood place 
Muir, John, printer, 30 Prince's street 
Muir, John, & Son, shoemakers, 402 Argyll street 
Muir, John, merchant, 100 Buchanan street 
Muir, John, smith, 81 Havannah 
Muir, M. & Co. saw mills, Commercial road 
Muir, Robert, writer, 45 Virginia street, house 22 St. 

Vincent street 
Muir, Robert, 23 Monteith row 

Muir, Robt. of Muir, Gowans 8f Co. ho. 42 Argyll st. 
Muir, Thomas, jeweller and lapidary, 139 Trongate 
Muir, Thomas, joiner &c cabinetmaker, 340 Gallowgate 
Muir, Thomas & John, clothiers, 58 Queen street 
Muir, Thomas, grocer, 81 Main street, Gorbals 
Muir, Thomas, merchant and manufacturer, 84 Ingram 

street, house Muirpark 
Muir, William, Royal Bank, house 17 Fife place 
Muir, William, spirit dealer, 184 Main street, Gorbals 
Muir, William, surgeon, 46 Carrick street 
Muir, William, merchant, 179 Argyll street 
Muir, Mrs. David, umbrella maker, 28 Glassford street 
Muir, Mrs. mangier, 256 Argyll street 
Muir, Mrs. spirit dealer, 118 Old wynd 
Muir, Mrs. dressmaker, 41 Tureen street 
Muir, Mrs. A. green grocer, 12 King street, Tradeston 
Muir, Mrs. midwife, 21 Commerce street 
Muir, Miss, boarding and day school, 94 West Re- 
gent street 
MUIRIE, Richard, grocer, 31 Rottenrow 
MUIRHEAD, Andrew, hair dresser, 67 Canning st. 
Muirhead, Alex, shoemaker, 3 New street, Calton 
Muirhead, Alex, cabinet maker, 23 Dale st. Tradeston 
Muirhead, A. merchant, ho. 42 Portland st. Laurieston 

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194 MUIRHEAD — MUNRO. 

Muirhead, James, currier, 39 Old wynd 
Muirhead, James, grocer, &c. 247 High street 
Muirhead, James, jeweller, 33 Nelson street, house 34 

Stirling street 
Muirhead, Jas. writer, 33 Virginia st. ho. 44 York st. 
Muirhead, John, coal agent, Dalmarnock road 
Muirhead, Rodgerson & Co. wine and spirit merchants, 

8 Stockwell place 
Muirhead, Robert, & Co. merchants, 35 Union street 
Muirhead, R. skinner, Burnside lane 
Muirhead, Mrs. 24 Gordon street 
Muirhead, Mrs. G. A. Adam's court, 193 Argyll street 
Muirhead, Mrs. William, baker, 14 Portugal street 
MuiRKiRK Iron Co. at J. JEwing 8f Cos. 131 Ingram st. 
MULLIN, James, clothes broker, 3 St. Margaret pi. 
Mullin, John, spirit dealer, 45 Bridgegate 
MUNGALL, R. of Lilliebank. Letters left at 91 

High street 
Mungall, Mrs. R. spirit cellars, 1 1 King st. Mile-end 
MUNN, Duncan, cutler, 25 Main street, Gorbals 
Munn, Thomas, shoemaker, 6 Bishop street 
Munn, William, shoemaker, 22 Portugal street 
Munn, Mrs. vintner, 38 Ingram street 
MUNNOCH, Robt. wool merchant, 32 Miller street 
MUNRO, Alexander, surgeon, 39 Oxford street 
Munro, Alexander, shoemaker, 18 Mitchell street 
Munro, A. tailor, 90 Green street, Calton 
Munro, D. tailor and clothier, 52 Argyll street 
Munro, Daniel, baker, foot of Hope street 
Munro, Daniel, grocer, 14 Clyde street, Calton 
Munro, George, brazier, 179 High street 
Munro, Henry, victualler, 141 Bridgegate 
Munro, Hugh, spirit dealer, 55 New wynd 
Munro, James, boot and shoemaker, 39 Oxford street 
Munro, James, spirit dealer, 30 Gallowgate 
Munro, James, currier, 29 Bridgegate 
Munro, John, reedmaker, 83 High street 
Munro, John, accountant, 71 Brunswick place 
Munro, John, tailor, 147 Main street, Gorbals 
Munro, John, & Co, saddlers, 24 Buchanan street 



MUNRO — MURRAY. 195 



Munro, Neil, vintner, 80 Trong-ate 

Munro & Peterson, spirit dealers, 212 Broomielaw 

Munro, Robert, tailor, 6 Nile street 

Munro, Thomas, eating house, 62 Gallowgate 

Munro, Mrs. Spence, 4 VYest Regent street 

MUNSIE, William, teacher of English 55 St. George 

place, house 33 Dundas street 
MURCHIE, William, manufacturer, 63 Candleriggs 
MURDESON, Mrs. furnishing shop, 18 Clyde terrace 
MURDOCH, Aitken & Co. engineers, 36 Hill street 
Murdoch, Alex, grocer, 190 Gallowgate 
Murdoch, David, boot and shoemaker, 108 Stockwell 
Murdoch, Francis, Clydesdale arms inn. East Nile st. 
Murdoch, George, wright and glazier, 149 Stockwell 
Murdoch, James, brassfounder, 39 Stockwell 
Murdoch, John, wine and spirit cellars, 75 King street, 

Tradeston, and 49 Bridge street 
Murdoch, Rev. John, 34 Great Clyde street 
Murdoch, John, & Co. merchants, 20 Brunswick place 
Murdoch, John, & Co. manufacturers, 62 Queen street 
Murdoch, John, dairyman, 142 Stirling's Road 
Murdoch, John, teacher, Gardner's school, ISPortugalst. 
Murdoch, Robert Carnhill, road surveyor and collector 

for Barony parish, 3 Antigua place 
Murdoch, William, tea dealer, 2 Cavendish street 
Murdoch, William, cotton merchant, 1 1 St. Andrew sq. 
Murdoch, Jean, grocer, 393 Gallowgate 
MURISON, James, merchant, 43 Argyll street, house 

41 Union street 
MURPHY, Neil, pattern drawer, &c. 148 Trongate 
Murphy, R. spirit dealer, 151 Saltraarket 
Murphy, Mrs. straw hat maker, 90 Green st. Calton 
MURRAY, Alexander, market inn, Graham square 
Murray, Alexander, bootmaker, 99 Argyll street 
Murray, Alexander, spirit dealer, 83 Argyll street 
Murray, Alexander, baker, 171 Buchanan street 
Murray, Alexander, spirit dealer, Warroch street 
Murray, Archibald, joiner, 41 Miller street 
Murray, Daniel, grocer, &c. Main street, Bridgeton 
Murray, David, coppersmith, 37 Carrick street 



196 MURRAY. 

Murray, David, writer, 36 Miller street 

Murray, David, slater, 22 Rottenrovv 

Murray, D. at Wm. Kidston Sf Sons, lio. Taylor st. 

Murray, George, tea warehouse, 114 Buchanan street, 

lodgings Mrs. Russell's, Peter's Buildings 
Murray, George, flesher 311 High street 
Murray, George, flesher, 431 Argyll street 
Murray, H. shoemaker, 33 Canon street 
Murray, J. of the Monhland Steel Co. ho. 1 85 Buchanan st, 
Murray, James, merchant, M^Inroy, Parker 8^ Go's. 

lodgings Mrs. M'Callum's, Craig's court 
Murray, James, boot maker, 124 Union street 
Murray, James, victualler, 15 Clyde street, Calton 
Murray, James, slater, 26 Havannah 
Murray, James, spirit dealer, Burnside, Port-Dundas 
Min-ray, James, spirit dealer, 40 Miller place 
Murray, James, spirit dealer, 243 George street 
Murray, James, & Co. fire brick and grinding works, 

Port-Dundas. Letters and orders left at 8 Argyll st. 
Murrays & Co. Caledonian pottery, tobacco pipe and 

grindingworks, Townhead. Orders left atSArgyll st. 
Murray, John, spirit dealer, 35 Cheapside street 
Murray, John, merchant, ofM^Bean, Smith S^ Co. ho. 

15 Blythwood square 
Murray, .John, glazier, 5 Claythorn street 
Murray, John, grocer, 60 Canning street 
Murray, John, broker, 15 Miller place 
Murray, Mungo, grocer, 39 King street 
Murray, Patrick, writer, of M^Grigor, Murray and 

M^Grigor, house 10 Carlton place 
Murray, Richardson, grocer, 34 Little Dowhill 
Murray, Robert, furnishing shop, 24 Rutherglen loan 
Murray, Thos. bookseller and stationer, 8 Argyll st. 
Murray, Thomas, spirit dealer, 62 Back wynd 
Murray, Thomas, of M^ Bean, Smith 8^ Co. house 15 

Blythswood square 
Murray, William, coal agent, 38 Miller place 
Murray, William, of the Monhland Steel Co. 
Murray, William, putty merchant, 85 Candleriggs 
Murray, Wm. carver and gilder, 6 and 24 Queen st. 



MURRAY — M'ALLA. 197 

Murray, William, nailer, 42 Main street, Calton 
Murray, William, porter house, 66 High street 
Murray, Mrs. Angus, painter, 108 Argyll street, ho. do. 
Murray, Mrs. Rt. spirit dealer, 109 King st. Tradeston 
Murray, Mrs. druggist, 390 Gallowgate 
Murray, Mrs. spirit dealer, 43 Canon street 
MURRIB, Andrew, flesher, 337 Argyll street 
Murrie, Richard, grocer, 31 Rottenrow 
MURTY, Peter, spirit dealer, 35 Park lane 
MUSHET, Alexander, teacher, 14 James st. Caltou 
Mushet, James, grocer, &c. 204 Buchanan street 
Mushet, John, currier, 36 St. Andrew street 
Mushet, William, shoemaker, 14 James street 
Mushet, W. W. at Robert WaU's 
MUTTER & Birkmyre, 120 Brunswick street 
Muter, John, at J. Strang 8^ Cos. ho. 161 Stockweli 
Muter, Rev. Robert, Broompark, north side of Duke st. 

Letters left at Archibald Tailor's, 17 Havannah 
Muter, Thomas, writer, 94 Miller street 
MUTRIES & Co. fancy muslin and silk manufacturers, 

87 Argyll street 
Mutrie, James, ofMutries 8^ Co. house 20 St. Enoch sq. 
Mutrie Wm. of Mutries 8^- Co. house 20 St. Enoch sq. 
Mutton Market, 86 King street 
MYLNE, Archibald, of James Cook 8^ Co. 
M'ADAM & Co. commission merchts. 17 Cochran st. 
M'Adara, Henry, spirit dealer, 36 High street 
M'Adam, James, tinsmith, 144 High street 
M'Adam, James, spirit dealer, 37 Canning street 
M'Adam, John, warehouseman, 52 & 54 Trongate 
M'Adam, Thomas, tailor and clothier, 148 Trongate 
M'Adam, Wm. jun. grocer, 87 Trongate, house 12 

Charlotte street 
M'Adam, Wm. of 31' Adam 8^ Co. ho. 169 George st. 
M'Adam, Wm. wine and spirit mercht. 64 Mitchell st. 
M' Adam, Mrs. of Easterhouse. Letters left at 65 Trong. 
M'ADIE, D. clothier, 7 Queen st. ho. 35 Dundas st. 
M'AFFARTY, James, spirit dealer, 165 Saltmarket 
M'ALLA, James, corn and flour mills, 19 Clyde place 
M'Alla, William, baker, 25 Adelphi street 
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198 M'ALLISTER M^ARTHUR 

M'ALLISTER, Alexander, writer, 50 Brunswick st. 

house 423 Argyll street 
M'Alister, Alexander, victualler, 313 Argyll street 
McAllister, Archd. 37 Glassford st. ho. 134 George st. 
M'AUister, David, grocer, Johnston pi. Stirling road 
M'Alister, James, 419 Argyll street 
M'Allister, John, grocer, 306 Argyll street 
McAllister, John, spirit dealer, 74 Back wynd 
M' AUister, John, of Campbell ^ McAllister, house Jane 

street, Blythswood square 
M'Allister, M. grocer, 4 Struthers street 
McAllister, M. agent, 112 Ropework lane 
M^Alister, Patrick, wine and spirit dealer, 41 Stock- 
well, house 41 Howard street 
M'Alister, Wm. ropemaker, 133 Great Hamilton st. 
McAllister, Wm. cabinet maker & joiner, 17 Canon st. 
McAllister, Wm. spirit dealer, 5 Cheapside street 
McAllister, Mrs. straw hat maker, 41 Nelson street 
Mc ALPINE, Andw. surgeon, 16 Centre st. Tradeston 
Mc Alpine, Angus, dyer, 63 Cheapside street 
Mc Alpine, Duncan, spirit dealer, east end of Duke st. 
Mc Alpine, James, spirit dealer, 43 Trongate 
McAlpine, James, confectioner, 80 High street 
Mc Alpine, John, brazier, 10 Glassford street 
McAlpine, John, smith and bell hanger, 5 Brown st. 
Mc Alpin, Peter, tailor, 39 Stockwell court 
McAlpine, Mrs. grocer, 73 King street, Tradeston 
McAlpine, Mrs. mangier, 78 Carrick street 
McAlpine, Mrs. confectioner, 104 Stockwell 
Mc ANALLY, Thomas, spirit dealer, 74 Old wynd 
M' ANDREW, Colin, smith, Barony place 
Mc Andrew, John, jun. St. RoUox Foundery Co. 
Mc Andrew, Wm. engineer and founder, Greenhead. 

Letters left at 102 Trongate 
McARLY, John, teacher, Hutchesons' Hospital, 52 

Ingram street 
McARA, P. grocer, 90 Gallowgate 
McAra, Peter, & Co. grocers, 8 & 10 Main st. Gorbals 
MC ARROW, Mrs. midwife, 173 Gallowgate 
Mc ARTHUR, Alexander, musician, 43 High street 



m'arthur — m'auley. 199 

M' Arthur, Alexander, bearaer, Franklin street 
M' Arthur, Alex, merchant and ship agent, 125 Vir- 
ginia street, lodgings 33 
M' Arthur, Allan, lodgings, 58 Buchanan street 
M' Arthur, Archibald, tailor, 124 Trongate 
M' Arthur, Arthur, baker, 71 Glassford street 
M' Arthur, Capt. Charles, Slatefield, 619 Gallowgate 
M' Arthur, D. & Co. tea merchants, 78 Bridgegate 
M' Arthur, Duncan, grocer, 115 Stockwell 
M' Arthur, Duncan, spirit dealer, 135 Bridgegate 
M' Arthur, D. & Co. lace manufacturers, 70 Brunsw. st. 
M' Arthur, Hugh, & Co. bottlers and spirit dealers, 70 

George street 
M' Arthur, James, spirit dealer, 123 High street 
M' Arthur, J, Dalsholm paper wareho. 72 Glassford st. 
M' Arthur, James, merchant, 8 John street, house 217 

Buchanan street 
M' Arthur, J. accountant, 8 John st. ho. 109 Hope st. 
M'Arthur, John, coal agent, 8 Buchanan street 
M' Arthur, John, spirit dealer, 11 Duke street 
M' Arthur, John, confectioner and grocer, 28 and 30 

Hutcheson street, house 23 
M' Arthur, John, surgeon, 36 George's square 
M' Arthur, .John, pawnbroker, 138 Gallowgate 
M' Arthur, John, warper, 16 St. Andrew square 
M' Arthur, John, Burton ale and London porter vaults, 

16 and 22 Buchanan street 
M' Arthur, John, flesher, 15 Stevenson street 
M' Arthur, John, & Co. spirit dealers, 149 Trongate 
M' Arthur, Peter, baker. Main street, Bridgeton 
M' Arthur, Robert, spirit dealer, 14 Bishop street 
M' Arthur, William, tallow chandler, 7 Clyde place 
M' Arthur, Mrs. furnishing shop, 192 Argyll street 
M' Arthur, Miss, lodgings, 70 Hutcheson street 
M'ASLAN, James, pawnbroker, 88 Gallowgate, house 

5 Charlotte street 
M' Asian, John, portioner, Bloomvale, Mile-end 
M'AULEY, George, victualler, 10 New street, Calton 
M'Auley, James, o/D. Corse S^ Co. 
M'Auley, James, spirit dealer, 22 Canon street 



200 M'AULEY — M'CALL. 

M'Aully, J. of M^Aully 8^ Nisbet, house Bain's place 
M'Aully, J. shoemaker, 11 Mitchell street 
M'Aullay, J. tailor, 12 Trongate 
M'AuUay, John, spirit dealer, 42 Prince's street 
M'Aully Sz Nisbet, soap makers, Port-Dundas road 
M'Aulay, Wra. of Stewart, M^Aulay, Sf Co. ho. Shaw- 
field bank 
M'Awlay, W. cooper, 119 Main street, Gorbals 
M'Auley, M. & E. milliners, 44 Nelson street 
M'AVOY, John, shawl warehouse, 67 Trongate 
M'BEAN, Duncan, of 31' Bean, Sfnitk Sf Co, ho. 128 

West St. Vincent street 
M'Bean, James, spirit dealer, 11 Drygate 
M'Bean, Smith & Co. merchts. 23 South Hanover st. 
M'BEATH, A, spirit dealer, 13 Coronation buildings 
M'Beath, Daniel, watchmaker, 32 Kirk street, Calton 
M'Beath, John, brush maker, 88 Gallowgate 
M'Beath, Laurence, Main street, Bridgeton 
M'Beath, Peter, letter-carrier, Post- Office, house 

Fleming place, Cowcaddens 
M'BETH, Daniel, singer, 40 Candleriggs 
M'Betb, J. baker, 137 Saltmarket, & 115 Bridgegate 
M'Beth, J. porter, eye infirmary, 33 Inkle Fact, lane 
M'Beth, Mrs, stay maker, 144 Queen street 
M'Beth, Miss, dress maker, 33 Inkle Factory lane 
M'BRAIR, Alexander, merchant, 9 Maxwell street, 

house 10 Portland street, Laurieston 
M'Brair, Archibald, merchant, 118 South Albion st. 

house 114 Campbell street, Blythswood hill 
M'Brair, Robert M. agent, 118 South Albion street, 

house 114 Campbell street, Blythswood hill 
M'BRAYNE,R.ofSummerlee. Lettersleftatl5Kingst. 
M'Brayne, David, Barony session clerk, 107 Buchanan 

street, house Barony Glebe 
M'BRYDE, C. W. at James Sword, yrs, 
M'Bryd, Malcolm, perfumer, 60 Argyll street 
M'CABE, Peter, spirit dealer, 22 Broad st. Mile-end 
M'CAIG, John, spirit dealer, 39 Kirk street, Calton 
M'CALL, Jas. mercht. 85 Wilson st. ho. Garnethill 
M'Call, James, ofJohn^M'Call 8j Co, house Daldowie 



M'CALL — M'CALLUM. 201 



M'Call, John, of Ellis, M'Call Sf Co. ho. 9 Holland pi. 
M*Call, John, & Co. merchants, 54 Miller street 
M'Call, John, ofJ.M'CallS^ Co. ho.Ibrox, Paisleyroad 
M'Call, John, writing-master, 23 South Frederick st. 

and 124 Campbell street, house 143 Regent street 
M'Call, Joseph, wine and spirit merchant, 6 Turner's 

court, and 95 Argyll street 
M'Call, R. & W. writing-masters, 1 Portland street, 

Laurieston, house Cumberland park 
M'Call, Thomas, hair dresser, 58 Stevenson street 
M'CAUL, Gilbert, & Son, boot and shoe warehouse, 

83 Hutcheson street, house 9 Cochran street 
M'Cau], Malcolm, 117 Candleriggs, ho. ISMontrose st. 
M'Caul, Mrs. George, 65 Bath street 
M'CALLAN, Thomas, shoemaker, 58 Brown street 
M'CALLUM, Alex, spirit dealer, 28 Centre street 
M'Callum, A. & Son, silk, lace, muslin and shawl 

warehouse, 18 Buchanan street 
M'Callura, A. stationer and librarian, 65 and 67 Wil- 
son street 
M'Callum, A. at James Dunlop S)^ Sons, 86 Miller st. 
M'Callum, B. F. Arthurlie dye work. Warehouse 28 

Miller street, house 294 Greenhill place 
M'Callum, Daniel, cabinet maker, 57 Gallowgate 
M'Callum, Daniel, spirit dealer, 68 Canning street 
M'Callum, D. green grocer, 107 Fife place 
M'Callum, Duncan, grocer, «&c. St. Rollox 
M'Callum, Dun. sen, & Co. ironmongers, 155 Trong. 
M'Callum, D. boot and shoemaker, 105 Fife place 
M'Callum, George, shoemaker, 18 Sauchiehall street 
M'Callum, Hugh, spirit dealer, Burnside 
M'Callum, James, grocer, Johnston place 
M'Callum, John, jun. spirit cellars, 145 Trongate, and 

9 Old wynd, house 52 Howard street 
M'Callum, John, & Son, coopers, 10 Oswald street 
M'Callum, John, spirit dealer, 35 Saltmarket 
M'Callum, J. of A. M'Callum 8^ Son, ho. 60 Bath st. 
M'Callum, John, spirit dealer, Burnside 
M'Callum, John, hat manufacturer, 48 Bell street 
M'Callum, John, watch glass maker, 36 New wynd 



202 M^CALLUM M'CLYMONT. 



M'Callum, John, sen. sheriff-officer and constable, 24 

Hill place 
M'Callum, John, sheriff-officer & constable, 65 Bell st. 
M'Callum, Malcom, spirit dealer, 165 Duke street 
M'Callum, M.ofD.M' Callum,sen.8f Co'^.ho.Hopetonpl. 
M'Callum, Neil, hair dresser, 22 Bridgegate 
M'Callum, Peter, clothier, 71 Wilson street 
M'Callum, Robert, spirit merchant, 1 Clyde place 
M'Callum, Robert, yarn agent, 28 Miller street 
M'Callum, Thomas, shoemaker, 58 Union place 
M'Callum, William, victualler, Cowcaddens 
M'Callum, Mrs. A. spirit dealer, 196 Broomielaw 
M'Callum, Mrs. spirit dealer, 33 St. Enoch wynd 
M'Callum, Mrs. spirit dealer, 101 Old wynd 
M'Callum, Mrs. lodgings, 95 Argyll street 
M'Callum, Miss, straw hat maker, 114 Queen street 
M'CANN, Lyle, spirit dealer, 7 Cathcart street 
M'CANE, Thomas, hair dresser, 58 Stevenson street 
M'CANDLISH, John, boot maker, 18 Crown street 
M'CARRAN, James, grocer, 11 Laigh Kirk close 
M'CARTNEY, George, broker, 110& 112 Saltmarket 
M'C ASH, John, & Co. shoe warehouse, 35 Argyll arcade 
M'CAUGHLY, John, spirit dealer, Main st.Bridgeton 
M'CAW, Matthew, delft shop, 45 Park lane 
M'CHLERY, Wm. of Alex. Burns Sf Co. 
M'CLANACHAN, Wm. spirit dealer, 12 Adelphi st. 
M'CLURE, David, printer, 56 Trongate 
M'Clnre, James, carver and gilder, 21 Argyll street 
M'Clure, John, engraver & lithographer, 99 Trongate 
M'CLUSKY, B. teacher, Reid street, Bridgeton 
M'CIusky, Edward, spirit dealer, 153 Cowcaddens 
M'Clusky, F. spirit dealer, 34 Rutherglen loan and 6 

and 8 St. Margaret place 
M'Clusky, James, tavern, 131 Saltmarket 
M'Clusky, William, grocer, &c. Dalmarnock road 
M'CLYMONT, Archd. manufacturer, 33 Virginia st. 
M'Clymont, Fergus & Co. wrights, 24 Canon street 
M'Clymont,John,lappetwheelcutter,23Greyfriarwynd 
M'Clymont, John, manufacturer, 21 Ingram street, ho. 

4 Cambridge street 



M'CLYMONT — ^M'CRAE. 203 



M'Clymont & Mitchell, Misses, milliners and dress 

makers, 39 Hutcheson street 
M'COLGAN, Peter, spirit dealer, 1 20 Havannab 
M'COLL, A. merclit. 1 1 Antig-ua pi. ho. 2 Paisley road 
M'Coll, Dugald, spirit dealer, 70 Back wynd 
M'Coll, Dugald, governor of the jail, house at the jail 
M'Coll, Rev. D. 2 Norfolk court, Laurieston 
M'Coll, Duncan, broker, 309 High street 
M'Coll, Hugh, clothier. Old Post-office court 
M'Coll, John, Port-^Dundas road 
M'Coll, John, dairyman, 29 Cobourg lane 
M'Coll, John, victualler, 55 King street, Tradeston 
M'Coll, Malcolm, singeing-house, 60 High street 
M'Coll, Samuel, sheriff-officer, 138 Gallowgate 
M'Coll, Mrs. gardener, 164 Argyll street 
M'Coll, Mrs. eating-house, 88 New wynd 
M'Coll, Mrs. spirit dealer, 73 New wynd 
M'CONECHIE, M. confectioner, 58 West Nile street 
M'Conechy, James, surgeon, 110 and 112 Trongate, 

house 134 George street 
M'Conechy, James, spirit dealer, 5 Carrick street 
M'CONNELL, A. of Thomson 8^^ M'Connell, house 

47 Oswald street 
M'Connell, E. clothier, 110 and 112 Saltmarket 
M'Connell, Francis, shoe maker, 3 Charles street 
M'Connell, Robert, smith, 85 and 87 Union street 
M'Connell, Miss L. dressmaker, 6 Croy place 
M'CORKINDALE, Allan, & Son, rope makers, 146 

Broomielaw 
M'CORKLE, Allan, rope maker, 129 New wynd 
M'CORMICK, Alexander, shoemaker, 251 High st. 
M'Cormick, Hugh, spirit dealer, 14 Howard street 
M'Cormick, John, tinsmith, 59 Stevenson street 
M'Cormick, J. C. dressmaker, 97 Saltmarket 
M'CORRY, Peter, clothes broker, 148 Saltmarket 
M'COUL, Thomas, smith & bell-hanger, 13 Bath st. 
M'COWAN, John, at J. Railton's, 17 Brunswick pi. 
M'CRACKEN & M'KAY,card makers, 57 Gallowgate 
M'CRAE, John, warper, 25 Dunlop street 
M'Crae, John, shoemaker, 36 Glassford street 



204 M'CREADIE— M'CULLOCH. 

M'CREADIE, Wm. brick maker, 9 Gt. Hamilton st. 
M'CREE, William, painter, 48 King street 
M'CRINDEL, James, agent, Eagle lane 
M'CROCKET, Boyd, of M' Crocket S^ Goodwin, house 

23 Carlton place 
M'Crocket & Goodwin, corn merchants, 22 Argyll st. 
MCRONE, Matthew, grocer, 22 Cobourg lane 
M'Crone, William, tinsmith, 22 Candleriggs 
M'CUBBIN, David, jeweller, 48 Argyll arcade, house 

56 Howard street 
M'Cubbin, John, mercht. 17 Trong. ho. Charlotte st. 
M'CUCKIE, Thomas, baker, 26 Main street, Gorbals 
M'CULLOCH, Andrew, grain mercht. 4 Stockwellpl. 

house 30 Eglinton street 
M'Culloch & Boyd, callenderers, 26 Glassford street 
M'Culloch, David, of M^CuUoch, Dewar 8^ Co. house 

22 Monteith row 
M'CuUoch, David, British linen company bank 
M'CuUoch, Dewar, & Co. merchants, 40 St. Andrew st. 
M'Culloch, Geo. grocer, 22 Parkhouse lane, Duke st. 
M'CuUoch, James, dairyman, Park lane, Ladywell 
M'Culloch, James & John, grocers, 147 Argyll street 
M'Culloch, James, of J, Sf J, M'Culloch, house 44 

Howard street 
M'Culloch, John, of J. Sf J, M'CuUoch, house 108 

Argyll street 
M'Culloch, John, grocer, 89 Green street, Calton 
M'Culloch, John, academy, Cowcaddens 
M'Culloch, Moses, & Co. Cumberland foundery, 168 

Gallowgate 
M'Culloch, Robert, turner, 25 Campbell street 
M'Culloch, Robert, spirit mercht. 93 Main st. Gorbals 
M'Culloch, S. grocer, 25 and 27 Argyll st. ho. 108 
M'Culloch & White, reed makers, 56 Trongate 
M'Culloch, Wm. King William tavern, 119 Trongate 
M'Culloch, William, dairyman, 51 York street 
M'Culloch, Mrs. spirit dealer, 98 Broomielaw 
M'Culloch, Mrs. M. 76 Charlotte street 
M'Culloch, Mrs. spirit dealer, 196 Broomielaw 
M'Culloch, Mrs. midwife, SO Dale street, Tradeston 



M*CURDEY — MCDONALD. 205 

M'CURDEY, Hugh, german clock warehouse, 38 

London street 
M'Curdie, John, clothier, 15 Bridgegate 
M^CUNN, R. of J. Ss A, Smith 8^ Co. ho. 17 Carlton pi. 
M'DIARMID, Alex, at William Mather S^ Go's. 
M'Diarmid, John, dairyman, 41 Kirk street, Calton 
M'Diarmid, John, commission merchant, 28 Union st. 
M'Diarmid, Neil, shoemaker, 293 Argyll street 
M'Diarmid, Mrs. grocer, 70 Barrack street 
M'DICKEN, Daniel, grocer, 29 Ahercromby street 
M'DIVATT, A. causewayer, 4 St. Margaret place 
M'DONALD, A. of McDonald S^ Neil, house 50 North 

Hanover street 
M'Donald, Alexander, of McDonald 8^ Boss, house 57 

York street 
McDonald, Alex, saddletree maker, 39 Stockwell 
M'Donald, Angus, grocer, Main street, Bridgeton 
M'Donald, Angus, watch-case maker, 25 Trongate 
M'Donald, Archd. cooper, 63 Main st. Anderston 
M'Donald, Alexander, flesher, Cowcaddens 
M'Donald, Alexander, broker, 53 King street, Calton 
M'Donald, Alexander, tailor, 6 Saltmarket 
M'Donald, Alexander, teacher, Blackquarry school 
M'Donald, A. grocer, Notman's buildings, Cowcaddens 
M'Donald, Boyd, of M'Fherson S^ M'Donald, house 

Garnethill 
M'Donald & Co. agents, 149 Stockwell 
M'Donald, D. wright, 49 Trongate 
M'Donald, D. stationer, 21 Saltmarket 
M'Donald, David, goldsmith and jeweller, 134 Tron- 
gate, house 16 Dunlop street 
M'Donald, Dan. engraver & printer, 18 Hutcheson st. 
M'Donald, Donald, spirit dealer, 82 Gallowgate 
M'Donald, Donald, spirit dealer, 41 Canon street 
M'Donald, Donald, flesher, 17 Eglinton street 
M'Donald, Donald, slater, 298 High street 
M'Donald, Donald, grocer, &c. Muslin st. Bridgeton 
M'Donald, Dougald, spirit dealer, 61 Jamaica street 
M'Donald, Duncan, victualler, &c. 13 and 15 Main st. 
Calton 



206 MCDONALD. 

M'Donald, Duncan, cabinet maker, 26 New wynd, 

house 43 Saltmarket 
M'Donald, Duncan, spirit dealer, 80 Glassford street 
M'Donald, Farquhar, spirit dealer, 81 Trongate 
McDonald & Ferguson, brush, bellows and shuttle 

manufacturers, 29 Gallowgate 
McDonald, George, at W. H. Harper 8^ Cos. 
M'Donald, Hector, merchant, 35 Buchanan street, 

house 57 York street 
M'Donald, Henry, merchant, 9 Shuttle street 
M'Donald, Hugh, clothier, 1 1 St. Margaret place 
M'Donald, Hugh, victualler, 82 Canon street 
M'Donald, Hugh, tinplate worker, 126 Gallowgate 
M'Donald, Hugh, victualler, 10 M' Alpine street 
M'Donald, Hugh, grocer & spirit dealer, 65 Taylor st. 
M'Donald, James, grocer, Burnside 
M'Donald, James, grocer, 21 Main street, Anderston 
M'Donald, James, music engraver, 85 Trongate 
M'Donald, James, grocer, Reid street, Bridgeton 
M'Donald, James, steam loom driver maker, Bothwell 

street, house 17 North street 
M'Donald, eTames, slater, 14 Croy place, slate yard 

148 Broomielaw 
M'Donald, James, baker, 37 Struthers street, Calton 
M'Donald, James, beadle, 17 Coburg lane 
M'Donald, James, spirit dealer, 9 Howard street 
M'Donald, James, tailor, 84 Centre street 
M'Donald, James, commission agent, 75 Hutcheson 

street, house Bellgrove place 
M'Donald, J. of Stewart 8^ M^Donald^ house York pi. 
M'Donald, John, grocer, &c. 61 Taylor street 
M'Donald, John, grocer, 21 Main street, Anderston 
M'Donald, John, tailor, 13 King street 
M'Donald, John, spirit dealer, 77 Brown street 
M'Donald, John, Clans tavern, 158 Stockwell street 
M'Donald, John, writer, 5 Stockwell place 
M'Donald, John, spirit dealer, Port-Dundas 
M'Donald, John, barber, 8 St. Enoch street 
M'Donald, J. & A. tallow chandlers, 110 Gallowgate 
M'Donald, John, shuttle maker, 38 Gt, Hamilton st. 



M'DONALD. M7 



M'Donald, John, grocer, 3 Coronation buildings 
M'Donald, John, spirit dealer, 119 New wynd 
M'Donald, John, sheriff-officer, 13 Little Hamilton st. 
McDonald, John, Black Bull inn, Main st. Bridgeton 
M'Donald, John, & Sons, turkey red dyers & printers, 

Wellpark, Duke street 
M'Donald, Son & Co. 131 Brunswick street 
M'Donald, John, sail maker, 38 Broomielaw 
M'Donald, John, jun. writer, 33 Ingram street, house 

30 Charlotte street 
M'Donald, John, grocer, 66 Havannah 
M'Donald, John, grocer, &c. 105 Graeme street 
M'Donald, John, spirit merchant, 395 Argyll street 
M'Donald & M'Kay, turkey red dyers, 82 Virginia pi. 
M'Donald and M'JNab, wine and spirit merchants, 9 

Croy place, house 7 
M'Donald & Neil, manufacturers, 30 S. Hanover street 
M'Donald, Peter, spirit dealer, 40 High street 
M'Donald, R. & Co. spirit agent, 112 Ropework lane 
M'Donald, Robert, accountant, 30 Duke street 
M'Donald, Robert, spirit cellars, 21 Jackson street 
M'Donald, Robert, spirit dealer, 5 Alston street 
M'Donald, R. & D. victuallers and spirit dealers, 63 

King street, Calton 
M'Donald & Ross, clothiers & hatters, 95 Buchanan st. 
M'Donald, Thos. & Co. joiners, 162 Main st. Gorbals 
M'Donald, William, tailor, 40 Glassford street 
M'Donald, William, tailor, II Old wynd 
M'Donald, William, spirit dealer, 64 Centre street 
M'Donald, William, at M'Donald, Son Sf Cos. 
M'Donald, W. & Co. general agents, 93 Miller street 
M'Donald, Mrs. A. tavern, 131 Trongate 
M'Donald, Mrs. Alex. Garnet place 
M'Donald, Mrs. Dr. 58 Portland street, Laurieston 
M'Donald, Mrs. J. H. furnishing shop, III Candleriggs 
M'Donald, Mrs. L. C. dress maker, 19 Virginia street 
M'Donald, Mrs. rag warehouse, 6 Jail square 
M'Donald, Mrs. lodgings, 44 Hutcheson street 
M'Donald, Mrs. pastry baker, 8 Market street 
M'Donald, Mrs. spirit dealer, 138 Main street, Gorbak 



208 M'DONALD — M'EWAN. 

M'Donald, M. straw hat maker, 78 Kirk street, Calton 
M' Donald, Miss J. milliner, 8 Buchan street 
M'Donald, Miss, dress maker, 11 Stockwell 
M'Donald, Miss, straw hat maker, 41 Tureen street 
M'DOUGALL, Alex, spirit dealer, 52 Tobago street 
M'Dougall, Alexander, victualler, &c. 44 Jamaica st. 
M'Dougall, Allan, spirit dealer, 84 Stockwell 
M'Dougall, Andrew, grocer, 38 Weaver street 
M'Dougal, C. of Gordon Sf M'Dougal, ho. 8 Guildry ct. 
M'Dougall, Duncan, shoe shop, 7 and 9 Brunswick pi. 
M'Dougall, D. jun. at John Robertsons, 24 Miller st. 
M'Dougall, James, & Co. calico printers, 62 Queen st. 

works Burnside, Rutherglen 
M'Dougall, Jas. of Jas. M'Dougall 8^ Co. ho. Dixon st. 
M'Dougall, John, teacher of music, 34 Hutcheson st. 
M'Dougall, John, & Co. dyers, 28 M' Alpine street 
M'Dougall, John, earthenware shop, 182 Argyll street 
M'Dougall, J. of Campbell 8^ M'Dougall, ho. Eagle lane 
M'Dougall, John, & Co. tailors, 75 Argyll street 
M'Dougall, John, flesher, 445 Argyll street 
M'Dougall, John, tavern, 10 Anderston quay 
M'Dougall, John, spirit dealer, 466 Argyll street 
M'Dougall, John, spirit cellars, 167 Gallowgate 
M'Dougall, M'Queen & Co. cartwrights, 25 West st. 
M'Dougall, Nicol, at George- Crawfurd's, writer 
M'Dougall, Robert, tailor, 34 Kirk street, Calton 
M'Dougall, Mrs. 78 Great Hamilton street 
M'Dougall, Mrs. mangier, 40 North Frederick street 
M'Dougall, Miss M. stay maker, 51 Duke street 
M'DOWALL, Alex, of M'Dowall c^ Hotson, house 

25 West Regent street 
M'Dowall & Hotson, writers, 49 Virginia street 
M'Dowall, Dr. J. surgeon, 11 Maxwell st. house above 
M'Dowall, William, of MDowall &; Hotson s 
M'EACHERN, Archibald, wine and spirit cellars, 9 

Jamaica street 
M'E WAN, Alexander, spirit dealer, 1 4 Orr street 
M'Ewan Alexander, at Wm. M'Ewan, Sons 8^ Cos 
M'Ewan, Andrew, Lennox's school, 28 Drygate lane 
M'Ewan, D. & Co. clothiers, 29 Glassford street 



m'ewan — m'farlane. 209 

M'Ewan, James, jmi. woollen draper, 81 Trongate 
M'Ewan, James, general agent, 6 East Nile street, 

house 16 Monteith row 
M'Ewan, James, of William M^Ewan, Sons 8f Co. ho. 

69 London street 
M'Ewan, John, &Alex.hatmanufacturers, 2 Antigua pi. 
M'Ewan, John, at R. 8^ J. Hendersons 
M'Ewan, John, surgeon, 17 Stobcross street 
M'Ewan, John, grocer, 59 Main street, Anderston 
M'Ewan, John, at Wm. M'Ewan, Sons 8^ Co.'s 
M'Ewan, John, ironmonger, 45 Main st. Anderston 
M'Ewan, John, ginger beer maker, 31 Bun's wynd 
M'Ewan, John, slater, 6 Great Dowhill 
M'Ewan, John, Thistle bank 

M'Ewan, Thos. & Jas. Gibson, writers 11 Virginia st. 
M'Ewan, William, Sons & Co. tea merchants, 121 

Trongate and 146 Gallowgate 
M'Ewan, William, of William M'Ewan, Sons, Sj- Co. 

house 20 Monteith row 
M'Ewan, Mrs. silk dyer, 34 Trongate 
M'FADYEN, Alexander, bookbinder, 17 Stockwell 
M*Fadyen5 Charles, wright, 2 Great Clyde street 
M'Fadyen, D. chandler and tobacconist, 109 Stockwell 
M'Fadzen, Geo. spirit dealer, 55 & 56 Kirk st. Calton 
M'Fadyen, John, shoemaker, John street, Bridgeton 
M'Fadyen, John, sen. messenger, 90 Bell street 
M'Fadyen, John, clothier, 24 Queen street • 
M'Fayden, John, painter and glazier, 113 King street 
M'Fadyen, John, sen. music warehouse, 63 Wilson st. 

house 77 North Frederick street 
M'Fadyen, John, jun. music warehouse, 671 Buchanan 

street, house 20 Jamaica street 
M'Fadyen, Neil, spirit dealer, 37 St Enoch wynd 
M'Fadyen, Robert, grocer, &c. Cheapside street 
M'Fadyen, Thomas, victualler, 36 Main st. Anderston 
M'Fadyen, William, upholsterer, 6 Hutcheson street 
M'Fadzen, Miss, dress maker, 21 Stockwell place 
M'FARLANE, A. skinner, 45 Clyde st. Anderston 
M'Farlane, A. shuttle maker, Sharp's lane, Anderston 
M'Farlane, Alex, spirit dealer, 454 Argyll street 
s2 



210 M^PARLANE. 

M'Farlane, Alex, tailor Reid street, Bridgeton 
M'Farlane, Andrew, lodgings 26 Georges street 
MTarlane, Andrew, broker, 35 Kirk street, Calton 
M'Farlane, Archibald, flesher, 26 and 27 Clyde terrace 
M'Farlane, Colin, cooper, 65 Bridegate 
M'Farlane, Daniel, grocer, 16 M" Alpine street 
M'Farlane, Daniel, writing master, 48 George's square 
M'Farlane, Daniel, drysalter, and oil merchant, 11 

Stirling street, house Cumberland buildings 
M'Farlane, David, spirit dealer, 215 Gallowgate 
M'Farlane, D. & P. starchers, Quarrytown 
M'Farlane, David, wine and spirit cellars 41 King st. 

house 28 St Andrew square 
M'Farlane, Dugald, at R. Dalglish, Falconer S^ Cos, 

house Ure place, Montrose street 
M'Farlane, Duncan, accountant, 229 Argyll street 
M'Farlane, Duncan, spirit dealer, QQ Weaver street 
M'Farlane, D. & Son, watchmakers, 76 Trongate 
M'Farlane, Francis, machine maker, Burnside lane 
M'Farlane, Francis, shoemaker, 41 John street 
M'Farlane, George, grocer, 52 King street 
M'Farlane, George, sen. pawnbroker, 7 High street 
M'Farlane, George jun. pawnbroker, 12 Prince's st. 
M'Farlane, George, spirit dealer, 281 Quarrytown 
M'Farlane, George, & Co. linen and calico printers, 

95 Candleriggs 
M'Farlane, George, of George M^Farlane &; Co, house 

54 North Hanover street 
M'Farlane, George, of M^Farlane 8^ Graham, house 

7 Bridge street 
M'Farlane & Graham, silk mercers, 1 06 Argyll street 
M'Farlane, J. & Co. woollen drapers, 36 Hutcheson st. 
M'Farlane, James, wright, 27 Grayfriars' wynd 
M'Farlane, James, bootmaker, 13 Miller street, house 

33 Crown street 
M'Farlane, James, dyer and starcher, 55 Montrose st. 
M'Farlane, Jeremiah, grocer, 49 New venal 
M'Farlane, John, rope maker, Gorbals toll 
M'Farlane, John, coffee-house and reading room, 100 

Argyll street 



M'FARLANE. 211 

M'Farlane, John, P. O. house 32 George square 
M'Farlane, John S. sheriflF-oflScer, 53 Nelson street 
M'Farlane, John, collector, Monkland Canal bason 
M'Farlane, Dr. John, Spreull's court, 182 Trongate 
M'Farlane, John, plasterer, 17 Bath lane 
M'Farlane, J. & M. shoemakers, 302 Argyll street 
M'Farlane, John, spirit dealer, 34 Clyde buildings 
M'Farlane, John, grocer & spirit dealer, 1 1 Bishop st. 
M'Farlane, J. & R. calenderers, 14 North Albion st. 
M'Farlane, J.ofJ.S^ R, M'Farlane, ho. 13 Stirling st. 
M'Farlane, J. R.&T.musicalacademy,94Hutcheson st. 
M'Farlane, John, spirit dealer, 39 Bishop street 
M'Farlane, M. hotel, 51 Buchanan street 
M'Farlane, M. & Co. distillers, Port-Dundas 
M'Farlane, Malcom, spirit dealer, 14 Clyde place 
M'Farlane, Malcom, skinner, 45 Clyde st. Anderston 
M'Farlane, Malcom, Spreull's court, 182 Trongate 
M'Farlane & M'Vicar, singers, 36 Bell street 
M'Farlane, Rev. Dr. Patrick, house Greenhill place 
M'Farlane, Parlane, manufacturer, 9 Gallowgate 
M'Farlane, Peter, smith and bell hanger, 82 John st. 
M'Farlane, Peter, surgeon, 69 Oswald street 
M'Farlane, Peter, Verreville warehouse 
M'Farlane, Peter, lodging, 118 George street 
M'Farlane, Rev. Principal, house College 
M'Farlane, R. & A. wood merchants, 50 Robertson st. 
M'Farlane, Rt. of J. &; R. M'Farlane, ho. 14 Shuttle st. 
M'Farlane, Robert, woollen draper, 5 Gallowgate 
M'Farlane, R. East Kilbride letter-carrier, 14 Bell st. 
M'Farlane, Robert, tailor, 25 Eglinton street 
M'Farlane, Robert, spirit dealer, Burnside 
M'Farlane, Robert, merchant, 28 Dunlop street, house 

57 Oswald street 
M'Farlane, Robert, victualler, 33 King street 
M'Farlane, Robert, baker, 20 George street 
M'Farlane, T. H. spirit merchant, 50 Broomielaw 
M'Farlane, Thos. & Co. manufacturers, 9 Gallowgate 
M'Farlane, Walter, lappet wheel cutter, 126 High st. 
M'Farlane, William, spirit dealer, 142 Trongate 
M'Farlane, William, hair dresser, 5 Kirk st. Caltou 



212 M^FARLANE — M^GEORGE. 

M'Farlane, William, shoemaker, 14 Norfolk street 
M'Farlane, William, tailor, 151 Gallowgate 
M'Farlane, Watson & Co. pipe makers, 22 Mungo's lane 
M'Farlane, Mrs. M. B. milliner, 4 Carlton court 
M'Farlane, Mrs. mangier, 62 Argyll street 
M'Farlane, Mrs. spirit dealer, 109 Green st. Calton 
M'Farlane, Mrs. spirit dealer, 107 Gallowgate 
M'Farlane, Mrs. stabler & spirit dealer, 26 Spoutmonth 
M'Farlane, Mrs. D. lodgings, 193 Argyll street 
M'Farlane, Mrs. midwife, 104 Centre street 
M'Farlane, Mrs. midwife, 65 Main street, Gorbals 
M'Farlane, Mrs. mangier, 58 Buchanan street 
M'Farlane, Miss, lodgings, 5 South Hanover street 
M'Farlane, Miss, dress maker, 5 Clyde st. Anderston 
M'Farlane, Miss, dress maker. Dale street, Bridgeton 
M'FARQUHAR, James, merchant, 71 Union street 
M'FEAT, James, victualler, 46 Main street, Calton 
M'Feat, John, china merchant, 57 King st. house 59 
M'Feat, Walter, spirit dealer, 34 Trongate 
M'Feat, Walter, stationer and librarian, 25 Glassford 

street, house 7 Park place 
M'FIE, Dugald, merchant, 95 Candleriggs 
M'Fie, Duncan, tailor, 43 Gallowgate 
M'Fie, Neil, tailor, 36 Saltmarket 
M'GARVIE, Thomas, beadle of St. Enoch's Church, 

house 56 Howard strnet 
M' GAVIN, James, 25 Montoith row 
M' Gavin, Robert, & Co. merchants, 74 Brunswick st. 
M' Gavin, Robert, of JR. M' Gavin Sf Co, ho. 25 Mon~ 

teith row, and Tuphall, Hamilton 
M'Gavin, W. agent for British Linen Co. 71 Queen st. 
M'GEE, John, Paisley Canal office, Port-Eglinton 
M'GEOCH, Jas. paper ruler, Buchanan ct. Argyll st. 
M'GEACHIE, Robert, 33 Portland street, Laurieston 
M'GEACHY, Duncan & Co. chemical works, Port- 

Dundas road, office 35 Union street 
M'Geachy, Duncan, of Duncan M' Geachi/ Sj" Co. house 

Kingston place 
M'GEORGE, Andrew, writer, 153 Queen street, ho. 

Sandyford place, Sauchiehall road 



M'GEORGE — M'OREGOR. 2 1 3 

M'George, R. F. of M' George 8^ Smith, ho. 4 Dunlop st. 
M' George, Robert, wine and spirit mercht. 23 Jamaica 

street, and J 8 Adam's court lane, ho. Kingston place 
M' George & Smith, clothiers, 52 Argyll street 
M'GIBBON, D. at Verreville Cos. ho. Cranstonhill 
M'Gibbon & Erskine, writers, 26 Glassford street 
M' Gibbon, Thomas, grocer, 152 Saltmarket 
M'Gibbon, William, grocer, &c. 130 Saltmarket 
M'Gibbon, Mrs. coal agent, 45 John street 
M'GILL, James, hand-railer, 33 Eglinton street 
M'Gill, William, teacher, Cowcaddens 
M'Gill, Miss, dress maker, 10 Wellington street 
M'GILLIVRAY, James, 31 Green street, Calton 
M'GILP, Ninian, house 5 North Wellington place 
M'Gilp, Ninian, writer, 33 Ingram street 
M'GLASHAN, Mrs. John, spirit dealer, 77 Crown st. 
M'GONIGILL, Dennis, provision shop, 118 N.wynd 
M'Gonigill, T. tailor and clothier, 291 Argyll street 
M'GOUN, A. paper warehouse, Stockwell place 
M'Goun, D. merchant, 42 Montrose st. ho. Provan pi. 
M'Gowan, Hugh, shoemaker, 60 King street, Calton 
M' Go wan, Joseph, spirit dealer, 66 Kirk st. Calton 
M'Goun, Malcolm, 193 Argyll street 
M'Gown, Robert, writing master, 18 Hutcheson street 
M'Gown, Thomas, flesher. Main street, Bridgeton 
M'Gowan, William, teacher, 100 Saltmarket 
M'Gowan, Wm. & Co. joiners, 31 North Albion street 
M'Goun, William S. at Stewart <^ Menzies\ lodgings 1 1 

West George street 
M'GRIGOR, Alex, of Dennistoun, M'Grigor 8^ Co. 

house 16 Abercromby place 
M-Gregor, Alexander, at Bannerman 8^ Dixon s 
M'Grigor, Alex. ofM'Grigor, Murray 8f M'Grigor, 

house 3 Milton place. West St. Vincent stseet 
M'Grigor, Alex. jun. ofM'Grigor, Murray &; M' Grigorj 

house 3 Milton place. West St. Vincent street 
M'Grigor, A. & A. agents, 8 Stirling square, lodgings 

23 Dixon street 
M'Grigor, Andrew, baker, 290 Argyll street 
M'Gregor, Andrew, spirit dealer, 62 Havannah 



214 m'grigor — m'guire. 

M'Grigor, Coll & Co. cotton spinners, 43 Brunswick 

place, works Tureen street 
M'Grigor, D. King's arms inn, 66 Trongate 
M'Gregor, David, builder, 35 James street, Calton 
M'Grigor, Duncan, spirit dealer, 57 New venal 
M'Gregor, Duncan, victualler, 256 High street 
M'Grigor, Grigor, spirit dealer, 50 Rottenrow 
M'Grigor, James, spirit dealer, 103 Saltmarket 
M'Grigor, John, merchant, 44 Brunswick place, house 

Mortonbank, Sauchiehall road 
M'Grigor, John, turner, 60 High street, house 147 
M'Grigor, John, jun. last maker, 100 High street 
M'Grigor, John, house factor, at W. G. MacKs, writer 
M'Grigor, John, & Co. wholesale tobacconists, 43 Old 

wynd, retail shop 227 Gallowgate 
M'Gregor, John, tailor, 30 King street 
M'Gregor, John, grocer, &c. 74 Nelson St. Tradeston 
M'Gregor, John, shoemaker, 61 Mitchell street 
M'Grigor, John, Eastfield coal office, Antigua place 
M'Gregor, John, grocer, 145 Main street, Auderston 
M'Gregor & M'Corkindale, shoemakers, 47 Bridge st. 
M'Gregor, Malcolm, brass founder, 86 New wynd 
M'Grigor, Malcolm, tailor, 43 George street 
M'Grigor, Murray & M'Grigor, writers, 75 Virginia St. 
M'Grigor, Peter, grocer, Burnside 
M'Grigor, Peter, spirit dealer, 247 Argyll street 
M'Grigor, Peter, boot and shoemaker, 12 Brunsw. pi. 
M'Gregor, Robt. & Co. merchants and cotton spinners, 

43 Brunswick place, works Milngavie 
M'Grigor, Thomas, hat manufacturer, 74 George st. 
M'Grigor, W. shoemaker, 341 Gallowgate 
M'Gregor, Mrs. lodgings, 303 Argyll street 
M'Gregor, Mrs. cowfeeder & spirit dealer, Cowcaddens 
M'Gregor, Miss J. furnishing shop, 32 High street 
M'Gregor, Misses, dress & corset-makers, 21 Argyll st. 
M'GROUTHER, James, & Co. merchants, 139 Camp- 
bell street, Blythswood hill 
M'GAUCHIE, S. shoemaker, 6 Market street 
M'GUFFIE, Thomas, mason, 48 Stockwell 
M'GUIRE, Francis, clothes broker, 15 St. Margaret pi. 



M'GUIRE— M^INNES. 215 

M'Guire, George, broker, 29 Miller place 
M'Guire, John, grocer, 21 Thomson's lane. Mile-end 
M'Guire, Thomas, broker, 14 St. Margaret place 
M'HAFFIES & Co. manufacturers, 21 St. Andrew 

square, weaving factory, Brock street 
M'Haffie, David, & Co. merchants, 17 St. Andrew sq. 
M'Haffie, John, merchant, ho. 21 St. Andrew square 
M'Haffie, James, merchant, 21 St. Andrew square, ho. 

20 Monteith row 
M'Haffie, Robert, merchant, 21 St. Andrew square, 

house 197 Buchanan street 
M'Haffie, Mrs. milliner, 43 Nelson street 
M'Hardy, James, sheriif-clerk-depute, 60 Stockwell, 

house St. George road 
M'HENRY, Patrick, spirit dealer, 14 St. Ninian st. 
M^HUTCHESON, Walter, jun. teacher, Great Ham- 
ilton St. lodgings Miller's land. Commercial road 
M'Hutcheson, Mrs. 20 Govan street 
M'lLREATH, Mrs. stay maker, 169 Buchanan street 
M'lLWEE, Roger, broker, 3 Miller place 
M'lLWHAM, John, vintner, 236 Broomielaw 
M'llquham, Walter, spirit dealer, 18 Burrell's lane 
M'INDOE, Adam, cartwright, 12 Puddockrow 
M'Indoe, Archd. manager for the Castle Steam boats, 

240 Broomielaw 
M'Indoe, Archd. & Co. calico printers, 125 Virginia st. 
M'Indoe, Archd. of Archd. M'Indoe 8^ Co. ho. Hope st. 
M'Indoe & Buchanan, manufacts. 106 Hutcheson st. 
M'Indoe, Gilbert, grocer, 196 Gallowgate 
M'Indoe, John, draper, 4 and 10 High street, house 

8 Campbell street 
M'Indoe, John, wright. Brown street, Brownfield 
M'Indoe, Peter, cabinet maker, 3 Union street, Calton 
M'Indoe, Robert, & Co. commission warehouse, 85 

Candleriggs 
M'Indoe, Thomas, teacher of dancing, Trades' hall 
M'Indoe, Mrs. poulterer, 75 Prince's street 
M'Indoe, Mrs. straw hat maker, 36 St. Mungo's lane 
M'Indoe, Miss E. draper, 6 High street 
M'INNES, Alex. jun. spirit dealer, 35 Portugal street 



216 M'INNES — M'INTOSH. 

M'Innes, Angus, toy shop, 91 Carrick street 
M'Innes, A. grocer, 17 Portland street, Laurieston 
M'Innes, Daniel, rope maker, Port-Dundas road 
M'Innes, James, vintner, 134 Saltmarket 
M'Innes, John, mercht. 62 Argyll st. ho, 88 John st. 
M'Innes & Menzies, sawyers, 22 Jackson street 
M'Innes, Peter, ham curer, 51 King street, Calton 
M'Innes, W. & T. cabinet makers, Port-Dundas 
M'Innes, Mrs, D. spirit dealer, 13 Buchan street 
M'Innes, Misses, milliners, 50 Nelson street 
M'INROY, J. P. of M'Inroy, Parker 8^ Co, house 

Brandon place, West George street 
M'Inroy, Parker & Co. merchants, 59 Gordon street 
M'INTOSH, Andrew, at George M'Intosh 8^ Cos. 

house 16 Bath street 
M'Intosh, A. messenger at arms, at Smith 8^ Thomson's 
M'Intosh, Charles, & Co. cudbear works, Duke street 
M'Intosh, Charles, merchant, ho. Dunchattan, Duke st. 
M'Intosh, C. G. tailor, 4 New Bridge street 
M'Intosh, D. surgeon, Clark's buildings, Gorbals 
M'Intosh, Donald, spirit dealer. Dale st. Bridgeton 
M'Intosh & Duncan, curriers, 22 Goosedubs 
M'Intosh, G. & Co. chemists, cudbear works, Duke st. 
M'Intosh, George, merchant, ho. Dunchattan, Duke st. 
M'Intosh, H. & J. turners, 33 Kirk street, Gorbals 
M'Intosh, James, grocer, &c. Main street, Bridgeton 
M'Intosh, J. & J. spirit cellars, 20 Stobcross street 
M'Intosh, James, jun. painter, 107 Stockwell, ho. 78 
M'Intosh, James, spirit dealer, 145 Stockwell 
M'Intosh, James, at Robert Penny 8^ Co's. house 13 

Surrey street 
M'Intosh, James, grocer, 99 Main street, Gorbals 
M'Intosh, .John, & Co. turkey red dyers. Letters left 

at James Couper's, 116 Queen street 
M'Intosh, John, painter, 53 London street 
M'Intosh, John, accountant, 23 South Frederick street, 

house Garnethill 
M'Intosh, John, at Ovington 8^ Cos. house 188 Main 

street, Gorbals 
M'Intosh, John, furnishing shop, 42 Main st. Gorbals 



m'intosh — m'intyre. 217 

M'Intosh, Lachlan, auctioneer, Clark's buildings, Main 

street, Gorbals 
M'Intosh, Robert, spirit dealer, 261 Gallowgate 
M'Intosh, Wm. grocer and spirit dealer, 25 Centre st. 
M'Intosh, William, spirit dealer, 164 Broomielaw 
M'Intosh, Mrs. D. vintner, 30 Prince's street 
M'Intosh, Mrs. grocer, &c. 16 Norfolk street 
M'Intosh, M, dress maker, 49 King street, Calton 
M'Intosh, Agnes, milliner, &c. 34 Main street, Gorbals 
M'INTYRE, Alexander, grocer, 28 North street 
M'Intyre, Alexander, gardener. Green market 
M'Intyre, Alexander, jun. gardener, Green market 
M'Intyre, Alexander, tavern, 40 High street 
M'Intyre, Alexander, shoe shop, 172 Broomielaw 
M'Intyre, Allan, shoe maker, Reid street 
M'Intyre, Andrew, umbrella maker, 10 Crown street 
M'Intyre, Archibald, at Sl RoUox Foundery Cos. 
M'Intyre, Dainel, clothier, 56 Trongate 
M'Intyre, Donald, shoemaker, 163 Duke street 
M'Intyre, Donald, spirit dealer, 114 Gallowgate 
M'Intyre, Donald, writer, 40 Dunlop street 
M'Intyre, Donald, spirit dealer, 24 Dunlop street 
M'Intyre, Donald, & Co. spirit dealers, 334 High st. 
M'Intyre, D. & Co. spirit dealers, 2 Cheapside street 
M'Intyre, D. measurer, 4 Argyll st. ho. 91 Graeme st. 
M'Intyre, D. spirit dealer, 22 Main street, Anderston 
M'Intyre, D. at Peter M' Quistens 
M'Intyre, Hugh, porter, 86 Miller street 
M'Intyre, James, boot maker, 55 Main st. Anderston 
M'Intyre, James, teacher, 54 St. Andrew square, ho. 

30 Duke street 
M'Intyre, James, cooper, 28 Jamaica street 
M'Intyre, James, cartwright, 15 Rutherglen loan 
M'Intyre, James, shoemaker, 9 Stobcross street 
M'Intyre, James, grocer, 50 Orr street 
M'Intyre, John, hair dresser, 37 King street, Calton 
M'Intyre, John, gardener. Green market 
M'Intyre, John, & Co. warehousemen, 1 Gallowgate 
M'Intyre, John, rag warehouse, 104 Broomielaw 
M'Intyre, Joseph, gardener, 91 Main st. Anderston 



218 m'intyre — m'kay. 



M'Intyre & M'Kinlay, noddy hirers, 1 Portland street, 

Laurieston 
M'Intyre, Malcolm, smith, Union court 
M'Intyre, Messrs. teachers, 22 Norfolk street 
M'Intyre, Nicol, grocer, &c. 310 High street 
M'Intyre, Peter, messenger at arms, 96 Trongate 
M'Intyre, Peter, spirit dealer, 27 Old wynd 
M'Intyre, Samuel, at Verreville Glass Company s 
M'Intyre, Torrance, spirit dealer, 60 Old wynd 
M'lntyre, William, plasterer, 66 New wynd 
M'Intyre, William, agent & ship broker, II Carrick st. 
M'Intyre, William, gardener. Green market 
M'Intyre, William, cartwright, 49 Duke street 
M'Intyre, William, spirit dealer, 9 Canning street 
M'Intyre, William, fruit shop, 79 Brown street 
M'ISAAC, Malcolm, spirit dealer, Port-Dundas 
M'KAY, Alexander, tailor, 25 Trongate 
M'Kay, Alexander, spirit dealer, 81 Union street 
M'Kay, A.atEwing 8^ Wingates, ho. 4 Monteith row 
M'Kay, Angus, town-officer, 12 Bridgegate 
M'Kay, Angus, grocer, &c. St. Rollox 
M'Kay, Benjamin, shoemaker, 66 Canon street, and 

eating house, 73 High street 
M'Kay, Chas. sheriff-officer, at J. Milne s, 1 1 Miller st. 
M'Kay, Daniel, of William Ferguson 8^ Co. house 

95 North Douglas street 
M'Kay, Daniel, town-officer, 111 Saltmarket 
M'Kay, David, grocer, Main street, Bridgeton 
M'Kay, George, painter, 58 Gordon street, house 47 
M'Kay, Henry, worsted shop, 132 King street 
M'Kay, Capt.H. H.P.2Desmondbank,SauGhiehall road 
M'Kay, Hugh, of McDonald 8^ M'Kaij, ho. Portland pi, 
M'Kay, John, boot and shoemaker, 121 George street 
M'Kay, John, potato merchant, 30 St. Margaret place, 

and Market Inn 
M'Kay, John, grocer and spirit dealer, 20 Saracen lane 
M'Kay, John, woollen manufact. 59 Great Dowhill 
M'Kay, Neil, shoemaker, 23 Adelphi street 
M'Kay, Peter, sheriff-officer. Main street, Bridgeton 
M'Kay, Robert, commission wareho. 18 Hutcheson st. 



M'KAY — M'KELVIE. 219 



M'Kay, Robert, at ,T. 8^ R. Tennent's, house Ladywell 

M'Kay, Thomas, basket maker, 16 St. Andrew lane 

M'Kay, T. M. & Co. merchants, 37 Glassford street 

M'Kay, William, spirit dealer, 36 Market street 

M'Kay, William, tailor, 45 Crown street 

M'Kay, Mrs. A. furniture warehouse, 1 4 Bridgegate 

M'Kay, Mrs. ladies' seminary, 10 Duke street 

M'Kay, Margaret, spirit dealer, 21 Russell street 

M'Kay, Mrs. spirit dealer, 2 York street 

M'Kay, Mrs. porter house 40 High street 

M'Kay, Mrs. Argyll court 

M'KEAN, Alexander, baker, 60 George street, 41 

Bell street, and 58 King street 
M'Keand, A. & J. warehousemen, 7 Argyll street 
M'Keand, A. of A. 8^ J. M'Keand, ho. So. Greenbank 
M'Kean, David, of D. M'Kean 8^ Co. lodgings 9 

South Hanover street. 
M'Kean, David, & Co. calico printers, 145 Ingram st. 
M'Kean, James, spirit dealer, 82 Union street 
M'Kean, W. & A. packing box makers, 5 Montrose St. 
M'Kean, Miss, boarding school, 151 Montague place 
M'KECHNIE, C. & Co. reed works, 34 Stirling st. 
M'Kechnie, James, grocer, &c. 14 Tobago street 
M'Kechnie, James, spirit dealer, 27 Kirk street 
M'Kechnie, John, confectioner, 32 Bell street 
M'Kechnie, John, Elephant tavern, 29 Gallowgate 
M'Kechnie, Walter, Elliot tavern, 9 Gallowgate 
M'Kechnie, William, writer, 44 Hutcheson street 
M'Kechnie, William, vintner, 56 Trongate 
M'KEEVER, William, grocer, 29 Centre street 
M'Keever, Miss C. furnishing shop, 171 Buchanan st. 
M'KELLAR, Archibald, baker and spirit dealer, 64 

Main street, Gorbals 
M'Kellar, D. shoemaker, 12 Wallace street 
M'Kellar, Duncan, spirit dealer, 1 and 3 Brown street 
M'Kellar, D. spirit dealer, 31 College st. Brownfield 
M'Keller, P. piano forte tuner. 111 Buchanan street 
M'Kellar, M. spirit dealer, 18 Rutherglen loan 
M'Kellar, M. spirit dealer, 42 Eglinton street 
M'KELVIE, Hugh, tailor & clothier, 120 Saltmarket 



220 M'KENDRICK — M'KIE. 

M'KENDRICK, William, writer, Old Post Office ct. 
M'KENNA, Thomas, grocer, 133 New wynd 
M'Kenna, William, clothes broker, 47 Bridgeg-ate 
M'KENZIE, Alexander, coal agent, 155 Stockwell 
M'Kenzie, Alexander, spirit dealer, 223 Argyll street 
M'Kenzie, Alexander, tailor, 43 Green street, Calton 
M'Kenzie, C. & R. spirit dealers, 171 Argyll street, 

house Robertson's court 
M'Kenzie, D. merchant, 57 Miller street, ho. Acrehill 
M'Kenzie, Daniel, at L. M'Kenzie 8^ Cos. 62 Queen st. 
M'Kenzie, Donald, Laigh Kirk close 
M'Kenzie, Duncan, printer, 48 Nelson street, house 

16 Adelphi street 
M'Kenzie, Duncan, spirit dealer, 7 West Nile street 
M'Kenzie, James, manufacturer, 15 Candleriggs, house 

12 Monteith row 
M'Kenzie, James, spirit dealer, 83 Bridge street 
M'Kenzie, J. teacher of dancing, 71 King st, Tradeston 
M'Kenzie, J. merchant, 57 Miller st. house Craigpark 
M'Kenzie, John, spirit dealer, 117 Old wynd 
M'Kenzie, Rev. Kenneth, house 15 Eglinton street 
M'Kenzie, L. of L. M'Kenzie S^ Co. ho. 139 Moore pL 
M'Kenzie, Laurence, &: Co. manufacts. 62 Queen st. 
M'Kenzie, M'Lellan & Co. manufacts. 31 Stirling st. 
M'Kenzie, Peter, writer, 28 Portland st. Laurieston 
M'Kenzie, Peter, engraver & seal cutter, 31 Argyll st. 
M'Kenzie, Robert, tailor, 4 Bishop street 
M'Kenzie, Robert, shoemaker, 18 Main st. Anderston 
M'Kenzie, William, surgeon and oculist, 39 Hutcheson 

street, house 61 George square 
M'Kenzie, William, tailor, 363 Gallowgate 
M'Kenzie, Mrs. W. fish merchant, 3 West George st^ 
M'Kenzie, Mrs. lodgings, 60 Hutcheson street 
M'Kenzie, Miss, lodgings, 11 Jamaica street 
M'Kenzie, Miss, dress maker, 48 Portland street 
M'KERRACHER, J. King's head inn, 20 Stirling st. 
M'Kerrachar, Robert, dairyman, 49 Candleriggs 
M'KERROW, Mrs. John, spirit dealer, 49 Argyll st. 
M'KERSIE, Mrs. grocer, 19 Main street, Calton 
M'KIE, Francis, wig maker, 103 Saltmarket 



m'kie — m'kinnon. 221 

M'Kie, John, & Co, merchants, 9 Gordon street 
M'Kie, J. of J. 3I'Kie 8^ Co. house 134 Bath street 
M'KILLIGIN, R. spirit dealer, 155 Main st.Anderstoii 
M'KIM, Robert, manufacturer, 25 Queen street, house 

4 Nicholson street 
M 'KIMMIE, Alexander, flesher, 1 Kirk street, Calton 
M'KINIA, B. spirit dealer, 72 High street 
M^KINLAY, Alexander, spirit dealer, 258 Duke st. 
M'Kinlay, Andw. wine and spirit cellars, 100 Stockwell 
M'Kinlay, Auly, haberdasher, 252 & 254 High street 
M'Kinlay, B. tailor, 48 Clyde street, Anderston 
M'Kinlay, Charles, & Co. grocers, 10 Broomielaw 
M'Kinlay, D. cooper, 47 King st. and 68 Saltmarket 
M'Kinlay, David, of Henderson, M^Kinlay S^ Co. house 

201 Buchanan street 
M'Kinlay, Duncan, haberdasher, 433 Argyll street 
M'Kinlay, Duncan, grocer, 12 Clyde street, Calton 
M'Kinlay, Geo. grocer and spirit dealer, 41 Castle st. 
M'Kinlay, George, draper, 217 Gallowgate 
M'Kinlay, James, horse dealer, 258 Duke street 
M'Kinlay, James, grocer, &c. 55 Stevenson st. Calton 
M'Kinlay, John, & Son, ship brokers, 8 Broomielaw 
M'Kinlay, John, teacher, Laurieston academy 
M'Kinlay, John, jun. teacher, Laurieston academy 
M'Kinlay, John, spirit dealer, 65 Bridgegate 
M'Kinlay, John, of Wilson 8^^ M'Kinlay 
M'Kinlay, Peter, grocer, 89 Rottenrow 
M'Kinlay, William, spirit dealer, 18 Carrick street 
M'Kinlay, W. & Co. commission merchts. 8 John st. 
M'Kinlay, William, of William M^Kinlay 8f Co. house 

551 Portland street, Laurieston 
M'Kinlay, Mrs. spirit dealer, 24 Washington street 
M'Kinlay, Mrs. lodgings, 99 Gallowgate 
M'KINNIS, H. merchant tailor, 90 & 92 Saltmarket 
M'Kinnis, John, tailor, 45 M'Kechnie street 
M'KINNON, Allan, tailor, 48 Gallowgate 
M'Kinnon, C. at H. M'Kinnons, ho. 77 Renfrew st. 
M'Kinnon, Hugh, clothier, 21 Queen st. ho. 18 Union st. 
M'Kinnon, H. boot and shoemaker, 19 Eglinton street 
M'Kinnon, John, spirit dealer, 80 Gallowgate 
T 2 



2*2'J M'KINNON — M'LACHLAN. 

M'Kinnon, Lauchlan, Vice Consul for the Republic of 
Columbia, 14 Gordon street, house 224 Brandon pi. 
M'Kinnon, Pearce & Co. merchants, 14 Gordon street 
M'Kinnon, Peter, clothier, 19 Stobcross street 
M'Kinnon, William, spirit dealer, 67 King- street 
M'Kinnon, M. furnishing- shop, 9 Stockwell 
M'Kinnon, Mrs. C. spirit dealer, 18 Broomielaw 
M'Kinnon, Mrs. dress maker, 93 Carrick street 
M'Kinnon, Mrs. straw hat maker, 37 Nelson street 
M'KINSTRY, Samuel, spirit dealer, 1 Broomward St. 
M'KIRDY, A. fish curer, 4 Great Clyde street 
M'Kirdy, Alex, victualler, 137 Main street, Gorbals 
M'Kirdy, John, lodgings, 56 Broomielaw 
M'Kirdy, John, of Birkwood, of Bogle, Ferguson 8^ Co. 

house 123 West St. Vincent street 
M'Kirdy, Michael, boot and shoemaker, 69 Trongate 
M'Kirdy, Margaret, grocer, 58 M'Alpine street 
M'KITTRICK, John, shoemaker, 240 Gallowgate 
M' KNIGHT, James, eating house, 73 Carrick street 
M'LAUCHLAN, A. spirit dealer, 91 Jamaica street 
M'Lachlan, A. painter, Moodie's court, 31 Argyll st. 
M'Lachlan, Alex, merchant, Old Post Office court, 

house 1 1 Portland street, Laurieston 
M'Lachlan, Archd. messenger at arms, 197 Trongate 
M'Lachlan, Archd. &: Co. warehousemen, 12 Trongate 
M'Lachlan, Charles, shoemaker, 47 Canon street 
M'Lachlan, Daniel, grocer, 39 North Frederick street 
M'Lachlan, D. surgeon, 148 Main st. ho. Gorbals toll 
M'Lachlan's Free School, head of John street, Thos. 

Davidson, teacher 
M'Lachlan, Fergus, grocer, 1 King street. Mile-end 
M'Lachlan, Hugh, of M'Pherson, M'Lachlan 8^ Steel, 

house 29 Kingston place 
M'Lachlan, J. teacher^ Highland Society School, Mon- 
trose street 
M'Lachlan, Jas. of Cartbank, at J. Mackie 8^ Co's. 
M'Lachlan, James, of M'Lachlan 8^ M'Lean, lodgings 

at Mrs. Muirhead's, 193 Argyll street 
M'Lachlan & M'Lean, manufacts. 22 So. Frederick st. 
M'Lachlan, Neil, hatter, 136 Bridgegate 



m'lacchlan — m'laws. 22S 

M'Lauchlan, Robert, eating house, 157 Stockwell 
M'Laclilan, Wm. spirit dealer, 92 Main st. Anderston 
M'Lachlan, Wm. spirit dealer, 17 Adelplii street 
M'Lachlan, Mrs. D. spirit dealer, 4 Anderston quay 
M'Lachlan, Mrs. lodgings, 250 High street 
M'Lachlan, Miss J. dress maker, 17 Malta street 
M'LAni>Y,D.ofBarelay8^3I'Lard7/,hovise9SCarrickst. 
M'Lardy, John, fruiterer, 11 Wilson street 
M'Lardy, John, fruiterer, 135 George street 
M'Lardie, J. L. fruiterer, 7 Wilson street 
M'LAREN, Alexander, grocer, 6 Cathcart street 
M'Laren, Andrew, grocer, 34 Millroad street, Calton 
M'Laren, David, of I). M'Laren S^ Co. ho. 8 Bridge St. 
M'Laren, D. & Co. merchants, 7 Garthland street 
M'Laren, Duncan, wine and spirit merchant, 16 & 17 

Great Clyde street 
M'Laren, Hamilton, accountant, 24 Miller street, house 

23 Nicholson street 
M'Laren, Henry, spirit dealer, 56 Rutherglen loan 
M'Laren, Hugh C. writer, 24 Stockwell, house 23 

Nicholson street 
M'Laren, J. & W. & Co. manufacts. 63 Candleriggs 
M'Laren, Jas. quill warehouse, 62 Argyll st. ho. above 
M'Laren, John, turner, 429 Gallowgate 
M'Laren, John, stationer & bookbinder, 157 Trongate, 

house 1 Coburg street 
M'Laren, John, Rob Roy tavern, 43 Argyll street 
M'Laren, John, victualler, 124 Gallowgate 
M'Laren, John, grocer, 85 Saltmarket 
M'Laren, John, grocer and spirit dealer, 8 Warroch st. 
M'Laren, M. & A. coopers, fish curers, and provision 

merchants, 109 Bridgegate 
M'Laren, Robert, boot and shoe shop, 24 Prince's st. 
M'Laren, Robert, pattern drawer, 109 Trongate 
M'Laren, William, tailor, 401 Gallowgate 
M'Laren, Wm. of James S^ William McLaren Sx; Co. 

house Cessnockbang, Govan 
M'Laurin, Rev. John, 4 Kingston place 
M'Laurin, Robert, & Co. cotton spinners, 178 Gallowgate 
M'LAWS, Colin S. spirit dealer, 104 Bridgegate 



224 m^'lay — m'lean* 

M'LAY, Adam, broker, 23 & 25 Great Hamilton st. 
M'Lay, David, flesh er, 1 Fife place 
M'Lay, David, spirit dealer, 43 Drygate 
M'Lay, James, spirit dealer, 28 Merchant lane 
M'Lay, John, sen. flesher, 63 St. George place, house 

36 Bridgegate 
M'Lay, John, jun. flesher, 47 George street 
M'Lea, John, smith and bell hanger, 13 Hospital st. 
M'Lay, Thomas, dairyman. Upper Nile street 
M'Lea, Walter, spirit dealer, 7 Stockwell 
M'Lea, William, flesher, 75 Canning street 
M'Lay, William, grocer, 56 Canning street 
M'Lea, Mrs. Duncan, grocer, 46 New wynd 
M'LEAN, Archibald, shoemaker, Dalmarnock road 
M'Lean, Charles, tailor, 18 Saltmarket 
M'Lean, Captain Francis, 14 Whitevale 
M'Lean, Daniel, hotel, 13 Steam Boat quay 
M'Lean, Daniel, cork raanuft. 46 & 48 Howard street 
M'Lean, D. of Campbell 8^ M'Lean, ho. 7 Portland 

street, Laurieston 
M'Lean, David, smith, 55 Crown st. ho. 1 1 Rose st. 
M'Lean, D. & A. manufacturers, 49 Virginia street, 

house Greenhill place 
M'Lean, D. tailor and pelisse maker, 41 London st. 
M'Lean, D. chimney sweeper, 27 Stockwell 
M'Lean, Donald, eating-house, 52 Bell street 
M'Lean, Duncan, warper, 63 Candleriggs 
M'Lean, Edward, grocer, 37 Malta street 
M'Lean, Hugh, baker, 34 Great Hamilton street 
M'Lean, Rev. Dr. 188 Main street, Gorbals 
M'Lean, Jsl^. of M'Lachlan&^ McLean, ho. 4Cathcart st. 
M'Lean, John, spirit dealer, Townhead 
M'Lean, John, at Archibald M'^Lachlan 8^ Cos. 
M'Lean, John, grocer and spirit dealer, 47 Crown st. 

and 3 1 Hospital street 
M'Lean, John, grocer, 17 Carrick street 
M'Lean, L. hosier and glover, 23 Argyll st. lodgings 

8 Crown street 
M'Lean & Malcolm, victuallers, &c. 24 New wynd, and 

49 Kirk street, Calton 



M*LEAN M'LELLAN. 225 

surgeon, 21 Nicholson street 
M'Lean, Malcolm, & Son, calenderers, 85 Candlerigg-s 
M'Lean, Peter, spirit and grain merchant, 39 Bridge- 
gate and 73 New venal, house 9 College street 
M'Lean, Samuel, spirit dealer, 60 Trongate 
M'Lean & Stewart, merchants, 31 Miller st. and New 

bonding stores, 43 Howard street 
M'Lean, Thomas, store keeper, 65 King st. Calton 
M'Lean, Thomas, victualler, 250 Gallowgate 
McLean, Walter, smith, 81 John street 
M'Lean, William, & Son, dyers, 61 Lady well street 
M'Lean, William, of M'Lean 4* Siewarf, house 45 

Portland street, Laurieston 
M'Lean, William, jun. «^ William Brodie Sf Cos. 
M'Lean, William, spirit dealer, 26 York street 
M'Lean, Mrs. midwife, 77 M' Alpine street 
M'Lean, Mrs. tavern, 34 Trongate 
M'Lean, Mrs. lodgings, 128 Union street 
M'Lean, Mrs. spirit dealer, 48 New wynd 
M'Lean, Miss, housekeeper. Town's hospital 
M'LEHOSE, Archibald, umbrella maker, 3 Hutche- 

son street and 40 Argyll street 
M'Lehose, John, hair dresser, 21 Blackfriar street 
M'Lehose, William, umbrella maker, 3 Wilson street, 

house 249 Argyll street 
M'LEISH, Alexander, victualler, 1 Stockwell place 
M'Leish, James, spirit dealer, 30 Maxwell stree-t 
M'Leish, James, spirit dealer, 15 King street, Calton 
M'Leish, William, at M'- Crocket 8^ Goodwin s, house 

Castlemilk place 
M'LELLAN, Angus, spirit dealer, 3 Jackson street 
M'Lellan, Arch. & Son, coach makers, 81 Miller st. 
M'Lellan, Archibald, j un. of Archd. M'Lellan 8^ Son, 

house 78 Miller street 
M'Clelland & Bogle, accountants, agents for the Im- 
perial Fire and Life Assurance Co. 86 Miller street 
M'Lellan, D. T. at James Sloane &) Cos. 
M'Lellan, D. hardwareman, 115 Trongate 
M'Lellan, James, of J. 8^ W. 3I'Lellan, house 40 
Charlotte street 



226 M'CLELLAND M'LEOD. 



M 'Clelland, James, accountant, 86 Miller street, house 

St. George's road 
M'Lellan, James, victualler, 67 Main st. Anderston 
M'Lellan, John, of M'Lellan 8^ Turner, house 121 

Wellington street 
M'Lellan, J. & W. manufacturers, 113 Brunswick st. 
M'Lellan, John, baker, 121 Main street, Gorbals 
M'Lellan, Lewis, tallow chandler and flour dealer, 136 

Gallowgate 
M'Lellan, Robert, merchant, at Henry Monteith 8^ Cos. 

house 126 Garnethill 
M'Lellan, Robert, at Patrick M'Alisters, house 92 

King street, Tradeston 
JVI'Lellan & Turner, Tradeston 
M'Lellan, William, of J. Sf W. M'Lellan, house 55 

Portland street, Laurieston 
M'Lellan, Mrs. flesher, 70 Gallowgate 
M'LENNAN, Donald, tea and sugar warehouse, 139 

Bridgegate 
M'Lennan, George, general agent, 7 Melville place, 

house 7 Sommerville place 
M'Lennan, H. manager, Western club, Buchanan st. 
M'Lennan, James, painter, 37 Kent street 
M'Lennan, M. boot and shoe shop, 30 Saltmarket 
M'Lennan, F. & Co. stay and corset warehouse, 90 

Queen street 
M'Lennan, Mrs. Kenneth, grocer, Dalmarnook road 
M'LEOD, Alex, leather merchant, 27 Jamaica street, 

and 13 Main street, Gorbals 
M'Leod, Alexander, spirit dealer, 486 Gallowgate 
M'Leod, Alexander, wright, 2 M'Kechnie street 
M'Leod, Andrew, surgeon, 155 Queen street, house 

49 Virginia street 
M'Leod & Davidson, manufacturers, 77 Brunswick st. 
M'Leod, D. & Co. brokers, 28 Miller place 
M'Leod, D. & Co. renovators, 46 Ingram street and 

43 Stirling square 
M'Leod, Donald, shoemaker, Reid street 
M'Leod, Duncan, fish hook maker, 157 Bridgegate, 

house 13 Warwick street 



MCLEOD — m'lure. 227 

M'Leod, Geo. surgeon, 33 Argyll st. ho. 63 Stockwell 
M'Leod, Dr. James, 59 Trongate, ho. 63 Stockwell 
M'Leod, James, surgeon, 33 Argyll street, house 31 
M'Leod, John, cooper, 24 Claythorn street 
M'Leod, John, shoemaker. Main street, Bridgeton 
M'Leod, John, cooper, 392 Gallowgate 
M'Leod, John, bookseller and stationer, 20 Argyll st. 

house 28 Portland street, Laurieston 
M'Leod, John, of 3PLeod S^ Davidson^ house 137 

Hill street, Garnethill 
M'Leod, John, commission merchant, 13 Turner's 

court, house 9 Portland street, Laurieston 
M'Leod, John, grocer, 431 Gallowgate 
M'Leod, Norman, grocer, 167 Buchanan street 
M'Leod, William, spirit dealer, 1 1 Marshall street 
M'Leod, W. shawl manufacturer, 39 Hutcheson street, 

house 32 Norfolk street 
M'Leod, Mrs. grocer, 141 Gallowgate 
M'Leod, Mrs. 11 Portland street, Laurieston 
M'Leod, Miss A. toy shop, 32 Jamaica street 
M'LERO Y, Hamilton & Co. cotton spinners & manu- 

fucturers, 47 Ingram st. works Cumberland st.Calton 
M'Leroy, John, & Son, muslin manufacturers, 47 In- 
gram street, works Craignestock 
M'Leroy, Thomas, agent, 2 Antigua place 
M'LIMONT, D. factor & accountant, 20 Candleriggs 
M'Limont, Robert, & Co. merchants, 20 Candleriggs 
M'Limont, W. & E. grocers, 79 King street, Tradeston 
M'Limont 8z Mitchell, Misses, milliners & dress makers, 

39 Hutcheson street 
M'LINTOCK, John, victualler, 82 Kirk st. Calton 
M'LIVER, David, tailor, 62 George street 
M'Liver, John, spirit dealer, 173 Saltmarket 
M'LUCKIE, James, spirit dealer, 64 High street 
M'Luckie, John, agent, lodgings, 240 Gallowgate 
M'Luckie, Thomas, baker, 26 Main street, Gorbals 
M'Luckie, Mrs. Robert, tavern, 33 Trongate 
M'Luckie, Miss C. milliner, 30 Hutcheson street 
M'LURE, Andw. Port-Eglinton inn, 110 Eglintonst. 
M'Lure, Peter, bookseller, 13 College street 



228 M'LUSKEY- — M^MURDO. 



M'LUSKEY, Edward, spirit dealer, Cowcaddens 
M'LUSKIE, William, grocer, Dalmarnock road 
M'MACHEN, Arthur, broker, 11 Market street 
M'MASTER, Thomas, grocer, 115 New venal 
M'MATH, John, shoemaker, 39 Orr street 
M'MAYNE, William, & Son, 21 Smith's com-t, house 

59 George's square 
M'MENAMIN, B. spirit dealer, 71 Rutherglen loan 
M'Menamin, G. stone ware shop, 100 Main st. Gorbals 
M'MICHAEL, David, & Co. manufacturers, 90 Bell 

street, house 55 Drygate 
MCMILLAN, Alex, painter, 63 Gallowgate 
M'Millan Andrew, 16 Monteith row 
M'Millan, Angus, Inverness tap-room, 57 Gallowgate 
M'Millan, David, candlemaker, 85 Argyll street 
M'Millan, Donald, spirit dealer, 42 New wynd 
M'Millan, Duncan, block maker, 4 M'Alpine street 
M'Millan, Duncan, spirit dealer, 103 Saltmarket 
M'Millan, Hugh, spirit dealer, 91 Bridgegate 
M'Millan, Hugh, clothier, 31 Glassford street, house 

75 North Frederick street 
M'Millan, James, victualler, 67 Main street, Anderston 
M'Millan, James, confectioner, 135 Trongate, house 

26 New wynd 
M'Millan, John, surgeon, 12 Main street, Anderston 

house 107 Carrick street 
M'Millan, John, spirit dealer, 37 Coburg buildings 
M'Millan, John, tailor, 34 Kirk street, Calton 
M'Millan, John, painter, 43 Main street, Anderston 
M'Millan, John, coal agent, 78 Green street, Calton 
M'Millan, Neil, spirit dealer, 18 Havannah 
M'Millan, P.Perth mail guard^atNisbets'syLaighKirk cl, 
M'Millan, Mrs, D. grocer, 91 Canning street 
M'Millan, Mrs. Walter, lodgings, 40 Union street 
M'Millan, Miss, straw hat maker, 66 Trongate 
M'MINN, John, broker, 110 New wynd 
M'MORRAN, James, spirit dealer, 43 Gordon street 
M'MULLIN, James, broker, 58 St. Margaret place 
M'Mullin, Mrs. broker, 10 Merchant lane 
M'MURDO, D. V. collector of customs, ho. Provan pi. 



m'murray — m'naught. 229 



M'MURRAY, George, upholsterer, 9 Maxwell street 
M'Murray, John, victualler, 31 Main street, Calton 
M'Murray, William, wire cloth muanuf'acturer and 

wire worker, 43 Trongate, works 43 Saltmarket 
M'Murray, Wm. hair dresser, 32 Kirk street, Calton 
M'Murray, Mrs. grocer, 3 Nicholson street 
M'MURTRIB, J. spirit dealer, 20 Nicholson street 
M'NAB, Alexander, flesher, 27 Clyde place 
M'Nab, Alexander, baker, 75 John street 
M'Nab, Alexander, grocer, 31 Canning street 
M'Nab, Allan, teacher, 48 Great Hamilton street 
M'Nab, Archd. of Johnston 8^ M'Nab, ho. 9 Maxwell st. 
M'Nab, D. spirit dealer, 41 Dundas street 
M'Nab, James, flesher, 29 Oxford street 
M'Nab, John, flesher, 39 King street, Tradeston 
M'Nab, John, flesher, 27 Norfolk street 
M'Nab, Peter, smith, 4 Sidney street 
M'Nab, Peter, tea & spirit dealer, 93 Main st. Anderston 
M'Nab, William, general agent, 10 Wellington street 
M'Nab, Mrs. Archibald, 9 Maxwell street 
M'Nab, Mrs. 12 Monteith row 
M'Nab, Mrs. lodgings, 95 Argyll street 
M'Nab, Miss, lodgings, 44 Great Clyde street 
M'NAIR, Alexander, paper warehouse, 71 Bell street 
M'Nair, Andrew, commission agent, 62 Queen street, 

house Garnethill 
M'Nair, J. of Greenfield. Letters left at 1 76 Trongate 
M'Nair, Jas. R. teacher, 71 King street, Tradeston 
M'Nair, James, grocer, 434 Gallowgate 
M'Nair, James, & Son, sugar refiners, 23 Washington 

street, house 252 Brandon place 
M'Nair, John, commission merchant, 96 Virginia pi. 
M'Nair, Robert, Thistle bank, house Sauchiehall road 
M'Nair, R. at William Nairn 8f Cos. ho. College 
M'Nair, William, surgeon, 16 Go van street 
M'NALLY, Thomas, provision shop, 74 New wynd 
M'NAUGHT, D. dairyman, 77 King st. Tradeston 
M'Naught, George, victualler, 51 Main street, Calton 
M'Naught, Jas. bricklayer, 37 Nelson st. Tradeston 
M'Naught, John, portioner, 54 Wallace street 



230 m'naught — m'nicol. 

M'Naug-lit, John, tobacconist, 174 Broomielaw 
M'Naught, Peter, grocer, &c. 43 Clyde st. Anderston 
M'Naught, Mrs. broker, 316 High street 
M'NAUGHTAN, Colin, 57 Sauchiehall street 
M'Naughtan, D. confectioner, 8 Stockwell 
M'Naughtan, D. turner, 39 Stockwell 
M'Naughtan, Finlay, grocer, &c. 113 George street 
M'Naughtan, James, teacher, 27 Green street, Calton 
M'Naughtan, John, spirit dealer, 37 Old wynd 
M'NEE, Duncan, surgeon, 48 Adelphi street 
M'Nee, Duncan, merchant, 44 George street 
M'Nee, James, at Laurie 8^ Hamilton s 
M'Nee, J. hosiery and furnishing shop, 15 Bridge St. 
M'Nee, John, candle shop, 271 Gallowgate 
M'Nee, W. of Gibson 8^ M'Nee, ho. St. George road 
M'Nee, William, druggist, 48 Adelphi street 
M'Nee, Mrs. Peacock tavern, 22 Gallowgate 
M'NEIL, Andrew, shoemaker, 12 Mitchell street 
M'Neil, Duncan, tailor, 145 Trongate 
M'Neil, J. of M'Neil 8^ Sutherland, ho. 2 Warwick st. 
M'Neil, James, spirit dealer, Port-Dundas 
M'Neil, John, smith, 2 Tobago street 
M'Neil, John, White Hart tavern, 5 Wood lane 
N'Neil, Peter, flesher, Cowcadddens 
M'Neil, Roderick, spirit dealer, 74 New wynd 
M'Neil Sz Sutherland, plumbers, 22 Oxford street 
M'Neil, William, spirit dealer, 87 Main street, Gorbals 
M'Neil, Wm. Barrowfield distillery, ho. 43 Broad st. 
M'Neil, Miss, dress maker, 145 Trongate 
M'NELEDGE, Archd. messenger, 84 Wilson street 
M'Neilage, John, tavern, 17 Anderston quay 
N'Neillage, Neil, spirit dealer, 9 Carrick street 
M'Neillage, Robert, baker, 19 Clyde terrace 
M'NICOL, Colin, shoemaker, 8 Brunswick place 
M'Nicol, Daniel, grocer, 33 Bridge street 
M'Nicol, Daniel, merchant, 209 High street 
M'Nicol, D. boot and shoemaker, 10 Brunswick place 
M'Nicol, Duncan, spirit dealer, 156 Broomielaw 
M'Nicol, Peter, cabinet maker, 25 Portland street 
M'Nicol, Peter, wriglit, 10 Back wynd 



M'NICOL — m'pherson. 231 



M'Nicol, William, spirit dealer, 629 Gallowgate 
M'NIGHT, James, grocer, 73 Carrick street 
M'NILLIE, Alex, shoemaker, 41 East Clyde street 
M'NISH, George, & Co. wine and spirit merchants, 

18 York street 
M'Nisli, J. & R. surgeons, 19 Buchanan street 
M'NIVEN, David, & Co. secret work, Greenvale 
M'Niven, Jas. & David, manufacturers, 16 Canon st. 
M'Niven, James, spirit dealer, 122 Main st. Anderston 
M'OMISH, James, victualler, and P. P. receiving 

house, St. RoUox 
M'Omish, Peter, grocer, Monkland Canal bason 
M'ONIE, Andrew, grocer, Cowcaddens 
M'OUAT, James, grocer, &c. 35 Drygate 
M'PHAIL, Daniel, & Co. cotton spinners, Greenhead 
M'Phail, Daniel, spirit dealer, 308 Argyll street 
M'Phail, Dugald, & Co. spinning works, Greenhead 
M'Phail, P. silk, cotton & woollen dyer, 16 Alston st. 
M'Phail & Stewart, spirit dealers, 47 and 49 South 

Albion street 
M'PHEELY, James, spirit dealer, 32 Eglinton street 
M'PHERSON, Alex, of M'Pherson, M'Lachlan 8^ 

Steell, house Rinns 
M'Pherson, Angus, merchant, 79 Bell street 
M'Pherson, Daniel, boot crimpler, 48 Stockwell 
M'Pherson, Donald, baker, 61 North Frederick street 
M'Pherson, George, pye baker, 3 Main street, Gorbals 
M'Pherson, George, druggist, Townhead 
M'Pherson, H. drysalter, 11 Wood lane 
M'Pherson, Hugh, spirit dealer, 12 & 80 Trongate 
M'Pherson, H. horse dealer & dairyman, 50 High st. 
M'Pherson, James, sheriff-officer, Main street. Bridge- 
ton, house Reid street 
M'Pherson, James, surgeon-dentist, St. George place 
M'Pherson, J. teacher of writing, St. George place 
M'Pherson, John, of M'Pherson 8^ M'Donald, house 

Garnethill 
M-Pherson, John, spirit dealer, 10 St. Andrew's lane 
M'Pherson, John, spirit dealer, 72 Green st. Calton 
M'Pherson, John, slater, 72 Nelson street 



232 M'PHERSON — ^M'ROBIE. 



M'Plierson, John, sail maker, 160 Broomielaw 
M'Pherson, Malcom, grain merchant, 421 Argyll st. 

Letters left at No. 1 Trongate 
M'Pherson & M'Donald, insurance brokers, 133 Bu- 
chanan street 
M'Pherson, M'Lachlan & Steell, writers, 6 South 

Hanover street 
M'Pherson, Neil, chimney sweeper, 118 High street 
M'Pherson, Mrs. lodgings, 30 North Albion street 
M'PHIE, Donald, spirit dealer, 223 Argyll street 
M'PHUN, W. R. bookseller, stationer and newsman, 

86 Trongate, house Holme place 
M'QUADE, Barnard, hair dresser, 3 Tobago street 
M'Quade, Mrs. broker, 3 St. Margaret place 
M'QUAKER, Robert, manufacturer, 31 Cochran st. 
M'QUARRIE, Miss, straw hat maker, 62 Max- 

Avell street 
M'QUEEN, Alexander, grocer. Green street, Calton 
M'Queen, F. reed sale-room, Wilson street 
M'Queen, James, of McQueen, McDonnell 8^ Co. house 

2 South Wellington place 
M'Queen, John, pawnbroker, 43 High street 
M'Queen, John, plumber, 22 Main street, Gorbals 
M'Queen, John, grocer, 4 Union street 
M'Queen & M'Aulay, calico printers, Shawfield bank. 

Letters left at 31 Stirling street 
M'Queen & M'Laren, grocers, &c. 10 Green street, 

Calton 
M'Queen, M'Donnell & Co. merchants, 25 George sq. 
M'Queen, William, tobacconist, 82 High street 
M'Queen, Mrs. victualler, 14 Kirk street, Calton 
M'Queen, Mrs. William, grocer, 27 Govan street 
M'QUIBEN, Robert, spirit dealer, 13 Malta street 
M'QUISTEN, Peter, civil engineer, 4 Dunlop street, 

house Coustonholm, near Pollokshaws 
M'RAE, James, shoemaker, 103 Graeme street 
M'Rae, John, boot and shoemaker, 36 Glassford st. 
M'ROBERT, William, tailor, 25 Bridge street 
M'Robert, Mrs. silk dyer, 25 Bridge street 
M'ROBIE, John, spirit dealer, 6 Back wynd 



M'RUER NAIRN. 233 

M'RUER, J. & Sons, wrights and mahogany raerclits. 

St. George place 
M'Ruer, J. of James M^Ruer 8)^ Sons, house Peter's 

buildings, West Nile street 
M'Ruer, Mrs. James, 1 West Bath street 
M'SKIMMING, J. spirit dealer, near Gorbals toil 
M'SWAN, John, victualler, 307 Argyll street 
M'STRAVICK William, at J. S^ M. Rivas 
M'TAGGART, A. at Glasgow Distillery Cos. house 

26 Robertson street 
M'TEAR, Andrew, grocer, &c. 2 Marlborough street 
M'Tear, Rev. James, 36 Kent street 
M'Tear, James, surgeon, 27 Kent street 
M'TURK, George, vintner, 66 High street 
M'VBAN, Donald, paper & rag mercht. 30 Bridgegate 
M'Vean, Dugald, grocer, Blackquarry 
M'Vean, D. bookseller, 175 High street 
M'VEY, Barnard, spirit dealer, 98 New wynd 
M' Vey, John, commission merchant, and agent for the 

Alliance Life and Fire Assurance Office, 95 Hutclie- 

son street, house Whitevale 
M'Vey, John, hosier, 97 Saltmarket 
M'VICCAR, Archibald, dairyman, 32 Buchan street 
M'Viccar, James, jun. 169 High street 
M'Viccar, John, tinsmith, 169 High street 
M'Viccar, Neil, beamer, 20 Sister street 
M'Viccar, R. blacking manufacturer, 112 Gallowgate 
M'Viccar, Mrs. straw hat maker, 26 Govan street 
M' WATERS, George, turner, 30 Duke street 
M'WATT, George, spirit dealer, 102 Broomielaw 
WWHANNELL, M'Donald &: Co. plumbers, 8 No. 

Albion street 
M' WHIRTER, J. & Co. merchants, 74 Buchanan st. 
M'Whirter, J. of J. M' Whirter 8^ Co. ho. Dundas vale 



N 

NAIRN, Peter, victualler. Main street, Bridgetoii 
Nairn, William, plasterer, 50 Blackfriar street 
Nairn, Wm. & Co. clothiers and hatters, 51 Argyll st. 
u2 



2B4) NAISMITH — NEILSON, 

NAI SMITH, Alexander, hide and leather factor, 8 

St. Andrew lane 
Naismith, Campbell, 189 Buchanan street 
Naismith, Mungo, mason, 14 Garthland street 
Naismith, Thos. spirit dealer, Monkland Canal bason 
Naismith, William, & Co. manufacturers, 94 Miller st. 
Naismith, William, officer to the Corporation of Cor- 

diners, 53 Stockwell 
Naismith, William, & Co. curriers, 71 Bridgegate 
Naismith, William, shoemaker, 30 Drygate 
Naismith, Miss, 12 Monteith row 
Naismith, Miss, dress maker, 21 Duke street 
NAPIER, David, engineer, 12 Gillespie st. Lancefield 
Napier, George, rope spinner, Dalmarnock road 
Napier, John, at Renft^civshire hank, 94 Miller street 
Napier, Robert, & Co. smiths and millwrights, 27 

Greyfriar wynd 
Napier, Robert, engineer, Vulcan foundery, 28 Wash- 
ington street, house 31 Whitevale 
Napier, Robert, shoemaker, 12 George street 
Napier, William, & Co. smiths and boiler makers, &c. 

M' Alpine street, house 435 Argyll street 
Napier, William, & Co. agents for the Renfrewshire 

bank, 94 Miller street 
Napier, Miss Agnes, dress maker, Duke street 
NEILL, David, smith, 33 Struthers street, house 34 
Neill, David, wright, 40 Clyde street, Anderston 
Neill, Gabriel, at John White's 
Neil, John, druggist, 34 Adelphi street 
Neill, John, smith and edge tool maker, 2 Tobago st. 
Neill, John, of Neill 8^ Lees, house 177 Stirling's road 
Neill, J. mercantile academy, 5 Hutcheson street 
Neill & Lees, silk manufacturers, 41 North Albion st. 
Neill, Mathew, smith, 3 Canning street 
Neill, Robert, at J. 8f J. Kibble 8^ Cos. ho. Bain's pi. 
Neill, Samuel, jun. tinplate worker, 69 Stevenson st. 

house Millroad street 
Neil, Thomas, bookbinder, 53 Candleriggs 
Neill, Marion, spirit dealer, 14 Back wynd 
NEILSON, Alex, spirit dealer, 27 Main st. Gorbals 



NEILSON NEVILLE. 235 

Neilson, Alexander, plane maker, 21 Greyfriar wynd 
Neilson & Anderson, writers, 73 Hutclieson street 
Neilson, Archibald, of H. Sf A. Neilson, ho. Graeme st. 
Neilson, F. surgeon, 13 Wallace ct. ho. 24 Wilson st. 
Neilson, Georg-e, dairyman, 127 Stockwell 
Neilson, George, dairyman, 1 1 Warwick street 
Neilson, J. & A. bookbinders, 6 Candleriggs 
Neilson, J. B. engineer, gas works, Kirk street 
Neilson, J. & J. architects and measurers of buildings, 

81 Buchanan street 
Neilson, James, of J. 8^ J. Neilson, ho. 18 Union street 
Neilson, James, china warehouse, 48 Candleriggs 
Neilson, James, spirit dealer, 13 Shuttle street 
Neilson, James, cooper, 61 Old wynd 
Neilson, James, reed maker, 90 Bell street 
Nelson, James M. writer, 96 Trongate 
Neilson, J. & J. plumbers, 81 Buchanan street 
Neilson, John, Claremont tavern, 142 Trongate 
Neilson, John, engineer, Old bason 
Neilson, John, spirit dealer, 32 Bridge street 
Neilson, M. tailor, 43 M'Kechnie street 
Neilson, Patrick, agent for the Hercules Fire Office, 

73 Hutcheson st. house 32 Portland st. Laurieston 
Neilson, Robert, surgeon, 42 Trongate, house 39 St. 

Andrew square 
Neilson, R. & A. agents, 6 Wallace court 
Neilson, Thomas, grocer, 137 Stockwell 
Neilson, Thomas, flesher, 78 King street 
Neilson, William, candlemaker, 232 Gallowgate 
Neilson, William, and Robert Anderson, writers, 73 

Hutcheson street 
Neilson, William, writer, 73 Hutcheson street, depute 

justice of peace clerk for Stirlingshire, house 54 

Portland street, Laurieston 
Neilson, William, of Findlay Sf Neilson, house 151 

Stirling road 
Neilson, Mrs. flesher, 3 Mutton market 
Neilson, Mrs. William, baby linen maker, 7 Russell st. 
NEVILLE, Henry, tailor, habit and pelisse maker, 

17 Trongate 



236 NEWALL — NIMMO. 

NEWALL, A. & J. brokers and commission merchts. 

84 Wilson street 
Newall, Archd. of A. ^ J. Netvall, ho. 11 Oakfield pi. 
NEWBIGGING, A. cotton mill furnisher, 77 Hutche- 

son street 
New Clyde Shipping Co's. Office, 53 Jamaica street, 

John Tassie, manager 
NEWLANDS, Alex, portioner, 3 London road 
Newlands, John, sen. merchant tailor, 48 Gallowgate 
Newlands, John, jun. merchant tailor, 349 Gallowgate 
Newlands, J. spirit merchant, 162 Main st. Gorbals 
Newlands, Patrick, Scotch and Irish linen warehouse, 

20 and 24 High street, house 33 St. Andrew street 
Newlands, Misses, boarding school, 198 Buchanan §t. 
NEWTON, A. & Son, baker, Main street, Bridgeton 
Newton, Hugh, spirit dealer, 6 Marshall street 
Newton, Thomas, manager, Gorbals Foundery Co. 
Newtown Market, 61 Buchanan street 
NICOL, Alex, teacher of the flute, 58 No. Hanover st, 
Nicol, James, & Co. spirit dealers, 113 Havannah 
Nicol, John, victualler, 36 Renfield street 
Nicol, John, agent for the Glasgow Naval & Military 

Bible Society, 239 Argyll street 
Nicol, Robert, boot and shoemaker, 48 Hospital street 
Nicol, Mj-s. grocer, 62 Carrick street 
Nicol, Mrs. grocer, Reid street 
Nicol, Mrs. silk dyer, 239 Argyll street 
Nicol, Misses, milliners, &c. 239 Argyll street 
NICHOLSON, Jas. baker, 5 Norfolk st. Laurieston. 
Nicholson, John, bookseller, 18 Bazar, ho. 4 Wilson st. 
Nicholson, Thomas, of Cunningham S^ Nicholson, house 

Rose street, Garnethill 
Nicholson, Thomas, Telegraph coach office, 24 Argyll 

street, livery stables 172 
Nicholson, William, grocer, Burnside, Port-Dundas 
Nicholson, Mrs. tallow chandler, 99 George street 
Nicholson, Mrs. midwife, 3 St. Margaret place 
Nicholson, Mrs. poultry shop, 89 Glassford street 
NIMMO, James, Barrowfield colliery, Mile-end. 

Orders left at 64 Gallowgate 



NIMMO — NIXON. 237 

Nimmo, Robert, writer, 43 Oxford street 
Nimmo, Thomas, grocer, &c. Muslin street 
Nimmo, Thomas, tailor, 156 Main street, Gorbals 
Nimmo, W. T. Royal Bank, house 57 York street 
Nimmo, Mrs. Alexander, grocer, 67 Bridgegate 
Nimmo, Miss E. straw hat maker, 248 Gallowgate 
NISBET, A. ofM'Auley 8^ Nisbet, house Crossbank, 

Mid Woodside road 
Nisbet, Alexander, grocer, 85 New venal 
Nisbet, Rev. Archibald, 62 George street 
Nisbet, James, spirit dealer, 144 Stockwell 
Nisbet, Jas. jun. victualler and stabler, 42 Jamaica st. 
Nisbet, James, grocer, 86 Centre street, Tradeston 
Nisbet, James, provision merchant, 139 George street 
Nisbet, John, grocer, 288 Gallowgate 
Nisbet & Peebles, writers, 107 Buchanan street 
Nisbet, W. S. of Nisbet 8^ Peebles, house Southpark 

St. George's road 
Nisbet, William, tavern, 10 Laigh Kirk close 
Nisbet, Mrs. milliner, 3 Brown street 
Nisbet, Miss E. straw hat maker, 21 Piccadilly street 
NISH, Anthony, messenger at arms, 60 Stockwell, 

house 5 Sommerville place 
NIVEN, Campbell & Co. warehousemen, 21 Argyll st. 
Niven, Daniel, Port-Dundas cotton work, bouse 49 

Renfield street 
Niven, David writer, 40 Miller street 
Niven, D. B. of J, 8^ D. B. Mven, ho. 16 Sauchiehall st. 
Niven, J. B. qfJ.S^D.B. Niven, house 43 Cambridge st. 
Niven, John, jun. bookseller & stationer, 158 Trongate, 

house 9 Surrey street 
Niven, John, & Son, printers, 55 Glassford street 
Niven, J.&D.B. soap manufacturers, Port-Dundas road 
Niven, Thomas, baker, 129 High street 
Niven, Thomas, hair dresser, 36 Kirk street 
Niven, William, bookbinder, 43 Argyll street 
NIXON, James, silk manufacturer, 13 Charlotte lane 
Nixon, John, & Son, hatters, 13 & 15 Smith's court 
Nixon, Joseph, & Co. hatters, 80 Argyll street 
Nixon, Richard, hatter, 98 Argyll street and 1 Arcade 



238 NOBLE OGILVIE. 

NOBLE, Alexander, provision shop, 120 Old wynd 
NOCKLES, James, silk plush manufacturer, 36 St. 

Andrew street 
NORIE, W. A. cutlerand surgeons' instrumentmaker, 

12 Glassford street 
N ORRIS, James, cartwright, Wellington street 
Norris, T. & A. ironmongers, 117 Argyll street 
Norris, Thos. of Cook Sf Norris, ho. 189 Buchanan st. 
NORTH British Advertiser office, 112 Queen st. 
North British Insurance Office, 69 Ingram street, D. 

Bannaytyne and D. M'Kenzie, agents 
NORTON, James, shoemaker, 22 Graham square 
Norton, John, commission and shawl warehouse, 127 

Brunswick street, house 148 Upper Nile street 
NORVAL, John, spirit dealer, 89 George street 
Norval, John, writer, 9 Melville place 
Norval, William, sheriff-officer, 9 Melville place, house 

Main's street 
Norval, Mrs. James, & Son, combmakers, 7 King st. 
NORWELL, James, & Co. silk mercers, 86 Argyll st. 
NOTMAN, Thomas, grain merchant, Cowcaddens 
NORWICH Union Fire and Life Insurance Office, 62 

Queen street. Robert Blaikie, agent 

O 

Oak Bank Foundery, Old Bason. John Neilson 
OATTS, Wm. spirit dealer, 123 Upper Renfield st. 
O'CONNOR, John, feather merchant, 28 Saltmarket 
O'DONNEL, George, broker, 48 Bridgegate 
O'Donnell, Hugh, broker, 23 Market street 
O'Donnell, James, spirit dealer, 40 Canning st. Calton 
O'Donnell, John, broker, 50 Bridgegate 
O'Donnal, Hugh, broker, 12 Miller place 
O'NEIL, John, merchant tailor, 86 & 88 Saltmarket 
O'ROURK, James, broker, 45 Miller place 
O'Rourk, Mrs. & Co. brokers, 43 Miller place 
OGILVIE, Alexander, & Co. merchants, 109 Fife pi. 
Ogilvie, Alexander, of A. Ogllvie ^ Co. ho. 115 West 
St. Vincent street 



OGILVIE— ORMSBY. 239 

Ogilvie, David, boot and shoemaker, 41 New wynd ) 
Ogilvie, George, agent for Palladium Life & Phcenix 

Fire Offices, 14 Argyll sfc. house 49 Oswald street 
Ogilvie, John, cabinet maker, 119 Upper Nile street 
Ogilvie, Thomas, bookseller and stationer, 14 Argyll 

street, house 3 Sandyford place, Sauchiehall road 
Ogilvie, Mrs. James, spirit dealer, 35 Gallowgate 
Ogilvie's, Mrs. lodgings, 68 Glassford street 
OGLE, Maurice, bookseller, publisher & stationer, 17 

and 19 Wilson street, house 175 St. Vincent street 
Ogle, Andrew S. at A. 3Iorrisons, 74 Buchanan street 
O'HAIR, Felix, broker, 38 Well street 
O'Hair, James, broker, 9 Bridgegate 
O'HARA, Edward, broker, 1 18 New wynd 
Old Drug Warehouse, Laigh Kirk close, 59 Tron- 

gate. Dr. James M'Leod 
OLIPHANT, David, manufacturer, No. Albion court 
Oliphant, George, constable. Excise office 
Oliphant, William, spirit dealer, 120 King street 
Olive Lodge of Free Gardeners, Henry M'Adam, 

spirit dealer, High street. Ancient Father 
ORD, George, accountant and agent for the Insurance 

Co. of Scotland, 125 Virginia street, ho. 62 Great 

Clyde street 
ORKNEY, Peter, grocer, 42 Carrick street 
ORR, Andrew, at Francis Orr's, 63 Brunswick street 
Orr, Charles, writing master, 88 Glassford street 
Orr, Francis, wholesale stationer, 63 Brunswick street, 

house Glenfield, Townmill road 
Orr, Francis, jun, stationer, 46 John street 
Orr, James, at Francis Orrs 
Orr, John, at M. M'Farlane &<; Cos. distillery 
Orr, Thomas, grocer, 36 Main street, Gorbals 
Orr, Walter, baker, 4 North street, Anderston 
Orr, William, calenderer and packer, 51 Cochran street 

house Norfolk court, Lauriestonr 
Orr, William, at Francis Orrs 
Orr, Mrs. hair dresser, 4 Green street, Calton 
Orr, Misses, milliners, 78 George street 
ORMSBY, J. broker & spirit dealer, 4 Main st. Calton 



240 OSBORNE — PANTON. 

OSBORNE & Aitken, wine and spirit merchants, 58 

Buchanan street 
Osborne, George, boot maker, 2 Argyll arcade 
Osborne, James, of Osboriie 4" Aitken, house 73 Port- 
land street, Laurieston 
OSWALD, Alexander, & Sons, 37 Ropework lane 
Oswald H. & A. wine and spirit merchants, 10 Stirling 

street, house Whitevale 
Oswald, James, & Co. cotton spinners, 49 Miller st. 

works Barrowfield 
Oswald, Jas. of Alex. Oswald ^' Sons, ho. Shieldhall 
Oswald, John, wright, 26 M'Kechnie street, Calton 
Oswald, Stevenson & Co. cotton yarn merchants, 98 

Hutcheson street 
OUTRAM & Morrison, merchts. 20 Buchanan street 
O VINGTON, Thomas, of Ovington 8^ Warwick, house 

65 North Wellington street, Sauchiehall road 
Ovington & Warwick, silk manufacturers, 36 Ingram 

street, and 137 Cheapside, London 
OWENS, John, provision merchant, 42 Market lane 

P 

PAGAN, Dr. 52 West Nile street 

PAILLOU, P. portrait & miniature painter, Robert- 
son's court, 179 Argyll street 

Paisley Bank Oifice, 58 Virginia street. Alexander 
Brown, agent 

PAISLEY, Robert, teacher of Latin, 55 St. George 
place, house 3 Eglinton street 

Paisley Union Bank, 51 Ingram street. William 
Walker, agent 

Paisley Canal Office, Moodie's court, 31 Argyll street 

Palace-Craig Coal Co. Monkland Canal bason, office 
68 Broomielaw 

Palladium Life and Phoenix Fire Offices, 14 Argyll 
street. George Ogilvie, agent 

PALMERS, James, lodgings, 26 George street 

PANTON, Dr. house 14 Stirling street 

Panton, J. surgeon, 7 Union street 

Panton, William, spirit dealer, 164 Main st. GorbaJsr 



PARK PARSELL. 241 

PARK, Allan, victualler, 258 George street '-'^ 

Park, Allan, tavern, 66 High street 

Park, A. at D. Ralston 8f Cos. Ill Trongate 

Park, David, spirit dealer, 25 Drygate lane 

Park, Gavin, starclier, 60 High street 

Park, George, purchaser and salesman, Hutchesontowii 

victualling society, 14 Govan street 
Park, James, spirit dealer, Dalmarnock road 
Park, James, commission agent, 39 Union street 
Park, John, manufacturer, 94 Miller street 
Park Lane silk spinning €o. Mile-end, office 1 1 Mon- 
trose street i*i 
Park & Neilson, marble cutters, 323 Argyll street ':i*J 
Park, Robert, corn factor, 164 Trongate ^ 
Park, Robert, spirit dealer, 33 Drygate lane 
Park, Thomas, tailor, 48 Gallowgate 
Park, William, university librarian, house 7 South 

Wellington place 
Park, William, hosier, 10 Trongate 
Park, Mrs. grocer, 10 Spoutmouth, Gallowgate 
Park, Mrs. Robert, lodgings, 93 Fife place 
Park, Mrs. J. grocer, 263 George street 
Park, Miss E. milliner and dress maker, 133 High st. 
PARKER, Francis, painter, 22 Portland st. Laurieston 
Parker, James, baker, 78 Gallowgate 
Parker, James, Dean of guild, 7 Union place, Calton 
Parker, John, 146 George street 'i 

Parker, John, cartwright. Quarry town ' *T 

Parker, Robert, baker, 120 Main street, Gorbals 
Parker, William, spirit dealer, 17 Clyde place 
PARLANE, A. spirit merchant, 93 Kirk street, Calton 
Parlane, John, mercantile academy, 23 Cochran street, 

house 194 Nile street 
Parlane, J. & W. grocers and spirit dealers, 142 

Broomielaw 
Parlane, Walter, toll-keeper, Gorbals 
Parlane, William, spirit dealer, 19 Stevenson st. Calton 
Parlane, Mrs. James, spirit dealer, 16 Jail square 
PARSELL, Mrs. Wm. brush wareho. 9 Candleriggs 
Parsell, Mrs. Wm. tavern, 17 King street 



242 PATERSON. 

PATERSON, Alexander, spirit dealer, 81 Mainstreet, 

Anderston 
Paterson, Alexander, barber, 5 Campbell street 
Paterson, Alex, manufacturer, 5 M'Kechnie street 
Paterson, A. & W. boot and sboemakers, 152 Tron- 

gate, & 92 Argyll street, bouse 7 Bain's place 
Paterson, Alex. & Son, haberdashers, 150 Trongate, 
and 68 Buchanan st. ho. 31 Portland st. Laurieston 
Paterson, Alexander, spirit dealer, 2 Bell street 
Paterson, Archd. engraver and printer, 5 King street 
Paterson, Archibald, provision dealer, 121 Saltmarket 
Paterson, B. victualler, 160 Main street, Gorbals 
Paterson & Bisset, manufacturers, Queen court, 62 

Queen street 
Paterson, C. grocer, 307 High street 
Paterson, Duncan, spirit dealer, 37 Kirk st. Calton 
Paterson, George, spirit dealer, 58 Old venal 
Paterson, George, spirit dealer, 23 King street, Calton 
Paterson, Gilchrist, manager of the College Park 

brickfield, Duke street or Hunter street 
Paterson, Henry, fruit dealer, 73 London street 
Paterson, Hugh, treasurer of the barony parish, 420 

Gallowgate 
Paterson, James, boot and shoemaker, 3 London street, 

house 45 Saltmarket 
Paterson, James, basket manufacturer, 43 Trongate 
Paterson, James, grocer, 24 James street, Calton 
Paterson, James, cooper, 39 Stockwell 
Paterson, James, joiner & cabinet maker, 99 Union st. 
Paterson, James, barber, 100 Main street, Anderston 
Paterson, James, jun. merchant, Cumberland place 
Paterson, James, manufacturer, 19 Virginia street, ho. 

167 West Regent street 
Paterson, James, ship and insurance broker, 18 Mel- 
ville place, house 189 Buchanan street 
Paterson, James, & Son, foreign brokers and commis- 
sion merchants, 18 Melville place 
Paterson, J. H. & Co. silk mercers, 138 Trongate, ho. 

8 Clyde place 
Paterson, Jamieson, & Co. manufacturers, 43 Queen st. 



PATERSON. 243 

Paterson, John, flesher, 97 Green street, Calton 
Paterson, John, surgeon, 287 Gallowgate, ho. 420 do. 
Paterson, John, spirit dealer, 34 Bishop street 
Paterson, John, rope-maker, Greenhead 
Paterson, J. lock and hinge maker, 52 Sauchiehall st. 
Paterson, John, shoemaker, 286 Gallowgate 
Paterson, John, grocer, 25 Charlotte street 
Paterson, John, vintner, 1 Centre st. Tradeston 
Paterson, John, shoemaker, 16 Hill street 
Paterson, John, sheriiF-officer, P. F's. office, 60 Stock- 
well, house 71 do. 
Paterson, John and James, adjusters and stampers of 

weights and measures for the city, 28 London street 
Paterson, John, of John 8^ James Paterson, house 3 

Burrell's lane 
Paterson, Malcom & Son, Bricklayers, 106 Broomielaw 
Paterson, Matthew, mason and builder, 29 Alston st. 
Paterson, Robert, merchant, centre of Antigua place 
Paterson, Robert, of Jack^ Paterson S^ Co. house 15 

Buchanan street 
Paterson, Robert, spirit dealer, 26 Cheapside street 
Paterson, Robt. muslin agent, at J, Zuill's, 13 Bell st. 
Paterson, Robt. boot maker, 50 Ingram street, ho. 52 
Paterson, Robert, baker, 147 Trongate 
Paterson, Thomas, lithographic printer, 169 Trongate 
Paterson, Thomas, at Stirling, Gordon 8f Cos. house 

119 Eglinton street 
Paterson, Thomas, spirit dealer, Nile st. Gallowgate 
Paterson, Walter, plasterer, 33 Norfolk st. Laurieston 
Paterson, W. A. inspector of taxes, 315 Argyll street 
Paterson, W. Urie, tinsmith and brazier, 22 Stockwell 
Paterson, William, cabinet maker, 55 Crown street 
Paterson, William, of Paterson, Jamieson 8^ Co. house 

West Regent street 
Paterson, William, surgeon, 20 Stobcross street 
Paterson, William, beadle, 15 John street 
Paterson, William, grocer, 114 Havannah 
Paterson, William, smith, 88 Main street, Gorbala 
Paterson, William, smith, bell hanger and scale beam 

maker, 4 Ann street 



244 PATERSON PATTISON. 

Paterson, William, Greenock mail rider, Carrie's close, 

50 High street 
Paterson, Mrs. ladies' day& boarding school, 52 York st. 
Paterson, Mrs. Wheat Sheaf inn, 21 Clyde terrace 
Paterson, Mrs. spirit dealer, 25 Main street, Anderston 
Paterson, Mrs. provision shop, 71 London street 
Paterson, Mrs. midwife, 57 Mitchell street 
Paterson, Mrs. grocer, &c. Main street, Bridgeton 
Paterson, Mrs. dress maker, 71 New wynd 
Paterson, Miss, provision shop, 17 New wynd 
Paterson, Misses, dress makers, 50 New Bridge street 
PATON, Alexander, brewer, Clyde brewery, Com- 
mercial road, Hutchesontow^n 
Patten, Alex. Renfrewshire Bank, 94 Miller street 
Paton, Alexander, spirit dealer, 56 York street 
Paton, Andrew, broker and commission merchant, 40 

Miller street, house 16 Richmond street 
Paton, George, & Co. brush makers, 21 High street 
Paton, George, wood merchant, 383 Gallowgate 
Paton, John, at C. J. BancKs, ho. 5 Stockwell place 
Paton, M. & W. ironmongers, 7 Saltmarket, house Hill 

place, 20 Stirling's road 
Paton, William P. commission merchant and agent, 

Virginia buildings, house 308 Greenhill place 
Paton, Misses, lodgings, 230 George street 
Paton, Misses, dress & straw hat makers, 71 Stockwell 
PATRICK, Dr. 17 Jamaica street 
Patrick, J. & Co. commission merchts. 70 Hutcheson st. 
Patrick, Willam, merchant, 70 Hutcheson street 
PATTILO, Alex, harbour master and ascertainer of 

tonnage dues, Port-Dundas 
PATISON, David, commission merchant & broker, 

18 Melville place, house 16 Bath street 
Pattison, Duncan, & Co. merchants, 43 Buchanan st. 
Pattison, Dr. 22 Blythswood square 
Pattison, John, of Pattison, Duncan 8^ Co. house 22 

Blythswood square 
Pattison, James, & Co. spirit dealers, and agents, Islay 

Newton distillery cellar, 58 Broomielaw 
Pattison, William, & Co, merchants, 94 Miller street 



PATTISON PEDDIE. 245 



Pattison, William, merchant, house 9 Blythswood sq. 

Pattison, Mrs. Cambridge street 

PAUL & Aitken, accountants, 58 Miller street 

Paul, George, tailor, 57 Gallowgate 

Paul, Henry, of Paul S^ Aitken, ho. North Woodside 

Paul, James, at William Dunn's, 93 Ingram street 

Paul, John, merchant, 3 Hope street 

Paul, John, writer, 95 Hutcheson street, house Mount 

Pleasant, Provanmill road 
Paul, John, librarian, 147 Main street, Gorbals 
Paul, John & Andrew, candlemakers and tobacconists, 

8 George street 
Paul, William, grocer, 55 Green street, Calton 
Paul, William, & Co. manufacturers, N. Albion court 
Paul, Mrs. H. C. dress maker, 41 Howard street 
PAXTON, M. & J. muffin bakers, 245 Argyll street 
Paxton, Thomas, spirit dealer, 21 Jamaica street 
PE ACOCK& Hamilton, tanners &curriers, 66 High st. 
Peacock, Robert, spirit dealer, 3 Struthers street 
PEARCE, John, at John Strang 8f Co's. spirit mer- 
chants, 60 Stock well, house 46 Dunlop street 
Pearce, Matthew, of M'-Kinnon, Pearce 8f Co. house 

213 Blythswood hill 
PEARSON, John, factor, 37 Ropework lane, house 

16 New Bridge street 
Pearson, John, wine and spirit merchant, 109 High 

street, house 45 Blackfriars' street 
Pearson, Thomas, tailor and clothier, 36 King street, 

Tradeston, house Kingston 
Pearson, Walker & Co. merchants, 42 Miller street 
Pearson, Walker, Brazilian vice consul, 42 Miller street, 

house 2 Richmond street 
Pearson, Wm. & Son, boot & shoe shop, 38 Saltmarket 
Pearson, William, & Son, curriers and leather merchts. 

Ayton court, Old venal 
Pearson, Wm. J4in. boot & shoe warehouse, 44 Saltm. 
PEAT, George, bookseller, 159 High street 
Peat, George, herring merchant, 28 Kent street 
PEDDIE, travelling equipment manufacturer, 11 Ar- 
gyll arcade 

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246 PEDDIE PIRRIE. 

Peddie & Tennant's scliool, 10 Qambridge street 
Peddie, William, 33 Blackfriars* street 
PEEBLES, Alexander, grocer, New London road 
Peebles, Chas. ofNisbet 8f Peebles, ho. St. George's road 
Peebles, John, 77 Brunswick street 
Peebles & Thomson, manufacturers, 103 Glassford st. 
Peebles, W. of Peebles 8^ Thomson, ho. 5 West Nile st. 
Pelican Life Insurance Office. See Appendix, p. 54« 
PELLAT, Mill, agent for the Exchange and Deposit 

Bank, 34 Cochran street, house Greenhead 
PENDER, James, & Son, bleachers & finishers, Dum- 

brockfield. Orders left at Thomas Howatson, sen. 

& Co's. 81 Wilson street 
PENFOLD, G. Glasgow Medical Hall, 30 Argyll st. 

house Buchanan court, Argyll street 
PENNEY, Robert, & Co. manufacts, 52 Glassford st. 
Penney, Robert, of Roht. Penney &; Co. ho. 37 Bath st. 
Penney, Williaiij, & Son, merchants, 75 Miller street, 

house 37 Bath street 
PENMAN, Andrew, 52 Queen street 
Penman, D. N. & C<3i-* stationers, 52 Queen street 
Penman, David, of Penman &; Hedderwick, house 60 

Gordon street 
Penman & Hcdderwick, marble cutters, 1 1 Renfield st. 
Penman, J&nies, spirit dealer, 74 Trongate, and 41 

Gallowgate, house 20 Candleriggs 
Penman, John, & Co. merchants, 131 Ingram street 
Penmaii, John, (f J. Penman 4' Co. ho. 8 Buchanan st. 
PERKINS, Thomas, barber, 441 Argyll street 
PERSTON & Craig, japanners, 10 Greyfriars' wynd. 
Perstpn, James, of M. S^t/.- Persion, ho. 173 George st. 
Perston, M. & J. manufacturers, 183 George street 
Perston, Matthew, o/^i^f. 8^X Persfon, ho. 183 Geo.st. 
Perston, Mrs. liiidwife, 4 Havannah 
Permit Office,;Tl01 Miller street and 35 Gallowgate 
PERRIN, Joseph, room paper manufacturer, 40 

Hutcheson street 
PERRIT, Robert, flesher, 105 Rofcl^enrow; 
PIRRIE, David, of Watt, Pirrie ^€o. h^t Blyths- 

wood square ' H 



PERRY PINKERTON. 247 

Perry, David Todd, of William Hetiry Harper 8f Co» 

house 132 St. Vincent street 
Perrie, E. grocer and spirit dealer, 47 Rottenrow 
Perrie, Dr. Robert, 24 Queen street 
Perry, Wm. & Co. printfield warehouse, 37 Ingram st. 
Perry, Wm. drysalter, 37 Ingram street, house 132 

St. Vincent street 
Perth Baking Co. 78 Union street. Thomas Hutchi- 
son, manager 
PETERKIN, Alex. Royal Bank, house 23 Weaver st, 
PETERS, James, painter, 118 Bridgegate 
Peter, Walter, boot and shoemaker, 118 George st. 
Peter, Walter, West of Scotland Rag Co. 78 Maxwell 

street, house 56 Howard street 
PETERSON, Peter, writer, 32 Argyll street, ho. 39 

Clyde Buildings, Tradeston 
PETRIE, James, grocer, 35 Main street, Anderston 
PETTIGREW, James, spirit dealer, 31 Kirk street 
Pettigrew, Jo & Co. grocers, Reid's place, 23 Malta st. 
Pettigrew, J. & W. victuallers, 43 Stevenson street 
PETTY, David, tailor, 38 Trongate 
PHILLIPS, Andrew, merchant, 6S Buchanan street, 

house 16 St. Andrew lane 
Phillips, Archibald, victualler, 384 Gallowgate 
Phillips, Chas. L. & Co. manufacts. 14 Garthland st. 
Phillips, David, shoemaker, 38 Maxv/ell street 
Phillips, James, Rev. classical academy, 22 Argyll st. 

house 16 St. Andrew lane 
Phillips, James, flesher, 70 King street, house 76 do. 
Phillips, James, spirit dealer, 11 Kirk street 
Phillips & Rowan, wholesale tea dealers, 14 Melville pi. 
Phillips, Thos. of Phillips 8^ Rowan^ ho. Union court 
PHILP, Andrew, mason, 5 College street, Brownfield 
PHCENIX Iron Works, Burnside, Port-Dundas 
Phoenix Fire and Pelican Life Insurance Offices. See 

Appendix, page 54 
PICKERING, Geo. leather mercht. 45 Little Dowhill 
PICKEN, John, & Co. tobacconists, 129 Argyll street 
PINKERTON, Geo. spirit merchant, 10 St. Andrew 

lane, house 41 Charlotte street 



248 PINKERTON — POLLOCK, 



Pinkerton, James, sen. grain merchant, 8 Union street, 

house 9 Blythswood place 
Pinkerton, Jas. gardener, Green market, house Goose- 

berryhall, Rutherglen 
Pinkerton, John, grocer, 82 Drygate 
Pinkerton, Richard, shoemaker, 121 King street 
Pinkerton, Robert, wright, Rumford street, Bridgeton 
Pinkerton, Robert, corn merchant, 16 Queen street 
Pinkerton, Robert, at James Pinkerton' s^ 8 Union st. 
Pinkerton, Wm.& Co. hair cloth manufact. 39 Stockwell 
PLAYFAIR, James, of P. ^ J. Playfair 8^ Co. house 

115 Main's street, Blythswood square 
Playfair, Patrick & Jas. & Co. merchts. 144 Queen st. 
Playfair, Patrick, of P. 8^ J. Playfair, ho. Dalmarnock 
Police- Offices. See Appendix, page 50 
Police Collector's Office, Police buildings, S. Albion st. 
POLLOCK, Alexander, Greenhill place 
Pollok, Gilmour, & Co. merchants, 19 Union street, 

house 24 Carlton place 
Pollok, James, muslin and shawl warehouse, 106 

Hutchesou street, house 106 West St. Vincent st. 
Pollock, James, saddler, 151 Stockwell 
Pollock, James, reed maker, 90 High street 
Pollock, James, & Sons, manufacturers, 12 Stirling sq. 
Pollok, John, merchant, 8 Clyde place, Tradeston 
Pollock, John, eating house, 287 High street 
Pollok, Morris, silk-throwster,— Factory, Long Govan 
Pollock, Robert, vintner, 10 Charlotte street 
Pollock, Robert, brush manufacturer, 19 Turner's crt. 
Pollock, Thomas, 69 Union place 
Pollock, Thomas, grocer, 145 Main street, Gorbals 
Pollock, Thomas, dairyman. Upper Nile street 
Pollock, William, writer, 40 Candleriggs 
Pollock, William, 24 Wilson street 
Pollock, William, porter-house, 90 High street 
Pollock, William, baker, 6 Thistle street 
Pollock, Mrs. Jas. engraver and printer, 56 Trongate 
Pollock, Mrs. stocking shop, 9 Bazar 
Pollock, Mrs. druggist, 76 Great Hamilton street 
Pollock, Misses, boarding school, 69 Union street 



PORTEOUS^ — PRIMROSE. 2^ 

PORTED US, Alexander, grocer, 1 Cambridge street 
Porteous, Archibald, cabinet maker, 65 High street 
Porteous, Burns, & Co. coach makers, 191 Buchanan st. 
Porteous, C. of Porteous, Burns S^ Co. ho. 108 Stockw. 
Porteous, George, musician, 43 High street 
Porteous, John, & Co. manufacturers, 73 Hutcheson st. 
Porteous, J. of J. Porteous Sf Co. ho. 4 Monteith row 
Porteous, Robert, French horn tavern, 88 Trongate 
Porteous, Thomas, shoe shop, 10 Prince's street 
Porteous, Thos. M. teacher of mus'c, 43 High street 
Porteous, William, Post-office, house Russell street 
Porteous, Mrs. Wm. window glazier, 44 Trongate 
PORTER, James, writer, 2 Antigua place, Nelson st. 
Porter, James, coal agent, 68 Broomielaw 
Porter, John, grocer, Main street, Bridgetori 
Porter, Thomas, smith. Union court 
Portuguese Consulate Office, 52 Argyll street. 

Craig, consul 

PoRT-DuNDAS FouNDERY Co. Port-Duudas road 
PoRT-DuNDAS Pottery Co. Port-Dundas road. Orders 

left at William Richardson s, St. David's court 
Post-Office, 66 Nelson street 

POTT, Francis, of Stewart, Pott 8f Co. ho. 68 Bath st. 
POTTER, Lewis, at D. Chapmans, 39 Miller street 
Potter, William, portioner, 40 Canning street 
POWELL, William, spirit dealer, 8 Queen street 
POYNTER, John, eating house, 48 Prince's street 
Poynter, John, & Co. drysalters, bone, ivory black and 

dye-stuff grinding mills. Low Green street 
Poynter, John, o/ J". Poynter 8^ Co. ho. Sussex place 
PRENTICE, David, & Co. printers, 56 Trongate, and 

28 Nelson street 
Prentice, John, of J. M'Call 4' Co. ho. 39 W. Nile st. 
Prentice, William, spirit dealer, 86 Broomielaw 
PRESTON, John, rope maker. Main st. Bridgeton 
PRIMROSE, Peter, at Ewing, May <^ Cos. 
Primrose, William, baker, 61 King st. Tradeston 
Primrose, William, & Co. plumbers, 373 Argyll street 
Primrose, Misses, straw hat makers, 44 George street 
Primrose, Miss, candle shop, 95 Upper Renfield street 



250 PRINCE PROVAN. 

PRINCE, H. furrier and silk mercht. 48 Argyll st. 
PRINGLE, Misses I.&C. furnishing shop, 34 Queen st. 
Procurator Fiscal for the Calton, office 90 Candle- 

riggs. John Harvey, P. F. 
Procurator Fiscal for the County, office 60 Stockwell. 

G. Salmond, P. F. 
Procurator Fiscal for the Commissariat of Glasgow, 

office 75 Virginia street. A. M'Grigor, P. F. 
Procurator Fiscal for the Justices of the Peace, office 

70 Hutcheson street. C. Stewart, P. F. 
Procurator Fiscal for the Town, office Council Cham- 
bers. A. Sirason, P:F. 
Procurators' Library, Spreull's court, 182 Trongate 
Promoter Life Assurance and Annuity Co's. 

Office, 21 South Hanover street. Strang, Yuille 

& Keydeu, writers, agents 
Protector Fire and British Commercial Life 

Insurance Co's. Office, 29 Hutcheson st. James 

Steven, agent 
PROUDFOOT, Alexander, hair dresser and coal 

agent, 125 Stockwell and 140 Bridgegate 
Proudfoot, E. glover, 172 Trongate, ho. Park's place 
Proudfoot, James, Govan factory 
Proudfoot, James, victualler, 152 Gallowgate, 124 

King street, and 96 Canning street, Calton 
Proudfoot, Laurence, vice-consul for the United Pro- 
vinces of Rio de la Plata, 153 Queen street 
Proudfoot, Laurence, & Co. commission merchants, 

153 Queen street 
PROVAN, Andrew, nail maker and spirit dealer, 

Port-Dundas road 
Provan, David, nailer, Cowcaddens 
Provand & Co. colourmen, 21 Great Clyde street 
Provan, Hay, cotton yarn merchant, 20 Ingram st. 
Provan, James, washing-house, Glasgow green 
Proven, James, smith, Port-Dundas road 
Provan, James, hair dresser, 37 Trongate 
Provan, James, flesher, 331 Argyll street 
Provan, John, dairyman, 10 Carrick street 
Provan, Dr. Marshall's court, South Hanover street 



PROVAN RAILTON. 251 

Provan, William, boot & shoemaker, 137 Argyll st. 
Provan, William, manufacturer, 89 Ingram street 
Provision Market, for sale of potatoes, salted beef, 

pork, fish, &c. 42 Market st. and foot of Saltmarket 
PRYDE, David, coal agent, 66 Broomielaw 
Public Offices. See Appendix 
PULLAR, J. &Co. commission agents, 37 Glassfordst. 
PURDIE, John, teacher of music, 13 Turner's court 
Purdie's, Miss, boarding school, 38 St. Andrew square, 

South East corner 
PURDON, Andrew, dairyman, Upper Renfield street 
Purden, William, fishing tackle maker, 153 Trongate 
PURVES, Wm. slate pencil maker, 85 Candleriggs 
Purves, Miss, dress maker, 95 Candleriggs 

Q 

QUEEN, Miss S. dress maker, 144 Main st. Gorbals 
QUIN, Alexander, broker, 25 Miller place 
Quin, Thomas, broker, 13 Bridgegate 
QUIDDINGTON, N. & Co. clothiers, 14 George's sq. 
Quiddington, N. house Willowbank, Sauchiehall road 

R . 

RAE, Andrew, hair cutter and officer to the Trades' 

House, 91 Glassford street 
Rae, Ai'chibald, grocer, 37 Cowcaddens 
Rae, John, merchant, 4 Adelphi street 
Rae, John, daily foot carrier, to and from Greenock, 

125 Saltmarket 
Rae, John, cutler, 124 Stockwell 
Rae, Wm. & Co. tallow chandlers, 138 Gallowgate 
Rae, William, tobacconist and snufi" box warehouse, 

117 High street 
Rae & Wood, manufacturers, 63 Candleriggs 
Rae, Mrs. furnishing shop, 24 East Clyde street 
Rae, Mrs. lodgings, 71 Crown street 
RAEBURN, James, victualler, 153 Main st. Gorbals 
RAILTON, Edward, law agent and notary public, 20 

Brunswick place, house 2 Portland st. Carlton place 
Railton, Geo. watchmaker and jeweller, 156 Trongate 



252 RAILTON— RANKIN. 

Railton, James, at J. \Railtons, 1 7 Brunswick place 
Railton, John, messenger at arms, 17 BrunsAvick place, 

house, Qb Portland street, Laurieston 
RAINEY, George, W. of Agnew, Watson 8^ Rainey, 

house 65 Bath street 
Rainy, Harry, surgeon, 10 Moore place 
Rainey, Thomas, academy, 77 Brunswick street, house 

157 Hill street, Garnethill 
RAIT, D. C. goldsmith and jeweller, 16 Argyll street, 

house 1 Canning place, Stirling's road 
RALSTON, David, & Co. hat makers. 111 Trongate, 

and agents for Glenramskill distillery, Campbeltown 
Ralston, James, &c Co. manufacturers, 9 Stirling street 
Ralston, Wm. of Gow, Ralston 8^ Co. house Govanhank 
RAMAGE, David, grocer, 368 Argyll street 
RAMAS, Jos. furnishing shop, 63 Nelson st. Tradeston 
RAMSAY, Alexander, painter, 1 12 Gallowgate, house 

20 Kent street 
Ramsay, J. smith, 55 Nelson street, Tradeston 
Ramsay, John, wright, 15 M'Farlane street 
RANKINE, Alexander, & Co. wholesale haberdashers, 

hosiers, glovers, and button factors 33 Candleriggs 
Rankin, Alexander, of Alexander^ Rankin 8) Co. house 

22 Monteith row 
Rankin, Alex.flesher, 171 Gallowgate, and 23 Newtown 

market, Buchanan street 
Rankin, Alexander, tailor, 14 M' Alpine street 
Rankin, Andrew, poulterer, 45 Prince's street 
Ranken, Andrew, Secretary of the Monkland Canal 

Co. at J. 8^ A. Smith's^ house 1 North Queen street 
Rankin, Arthur, spirit dealer, 48 Main street, Calton 
Rankin, James, tea dealer, 56 Saltmarket 
Rankin, James, flesher, Gray's land, Cowcaddens 
Rankin, James, eating house, 111 Bridgegate 
Rankin, J. grocer and spirit dealer, 18 Laigh Kirk close 
Rankin, John, tobacconist, 94 Bridgegate, house 

Kingston place 
Rankine, John, surgeon, 68 Bath street 
Rankin, John, grocer and spirit dealer, 109 Rottenrow 
Rankin, John, turner, 22 Clay thorn street -'^ 



RANKIN — REID. g5S 



Raukin, John, spirit dealer, 98 Green street, Calton 
Rankin, John, flesher and eatinghouse, 78 Bell street 
Ranken, John, & Son, grocers, 84 Argyll street 
Rankin, John, spirit dealer, 53 St. Enoch wynd 
Rankin & Leishman, fleshers, 53 Stevenson street 
Rankin & M'Kinlay, tinplate workers, 31 Adelphi st. 
Rankin, Peter, hair dresser, 16 High street 
Rankin, R. flesher, 151 Argyll st. ho. North Hopepark 
Rankin, Robert, victualler, 462 Gallowgate 
Rankin, Thomas, stabler. College open 
Rankine, William, merchant, 1 Marlborough street 
Rankin, W. wright and spirit dealer, Townhead toll 
Rankin, Wm. spirit dealer, 42 Great Hamilton street 
Rankin, Mrs. lodgings, 29 College street 
Rankin, Mrs. furnishing shop, 427 Gallowgate 
Rankin, Mrs. spirit dealer, 33 Cowcaddens 
Ran kino. Miss E. straw hat maker, 10 Kirk st. Calton 
RAPHAEL, James, vintner, 57 Prince's street 
RATTRAY, David, sacking & pack sheet warehouse, 

6 Wilson street, house 47 Portland st. Laurieston 
Rattray, David, spirit dealer, &c. Dalmarnock road 
Rattray, James, surgeon, 148 High street 
Rattray, Robert, hatter, 1 Argyll street 
Recruiting District office, 2 Sommerville place 
REDDIE, James, advocate, council chambers, house 

12 Blythswood square 
REDDOCH, Allan, merchant tailor, 96 Saltmarket 
Reddoch, Wm. boot and shoemaker, 460 Argyll st. 
REE, Hermann P. merchant, 25 Queen street 
REES, Mrs. furnishing shop, 69 Commerce street 
REEVES, Charles F. surveyor, general Post- Office, 

house Sandyford, opposite the Botanic Garden 
Reeves, John, post-office, lodgings Mrs. Moir's, 6 

Wellington street, Anderston walk 
REGISTER Office for servants, exchange keeper's 

office, Tontine buildings 
Register office for domestic servants, 63 Glassford st. 
REID, Adam Gordon, at Robert Jaffray S^ Sons 
Reid, Alexander, vintner, Tontine close, 34 Trongate 
Reid, Alex, wine and spirit dealer, 200 Gallowgate 



254 



Reid, Alexander, dyeworks Govan, warehouse 88 

Hutcheson street 
Reid, Alexander, shoemaker, 71 King" st. Tradeston 
Reid, Andrew, house and wareho. 56 St. Andrew sq. 
Reid, Dr. Andrew, 7 Portland street, Laurieston 
Reid, Andrew, cabinet maker, 41 Thistle street 
Reid, Charles, merchant, at Hohert Jaffray ^ Son^s 
Reid, Charles, coach and patent axle maker, 375 Ar- 
gyll street 
Reid, Daniel, candlemaker, 76 Bridgegate 
Reid, David, & Co. silk manufacturers, 110 Candleriggs 
Reid, Francis, Spanish vice-consul, of Win. &; Francis 

Reid, house 57 George square 
Reid, Francis, print-seller, 107 Candleriggs 
Reid, George, manufacturer, 30 South Hanover street 
Reid, George, shoemaker, 65 Clyde street, Anderston 
Reid & Harvie, writers, 90 Candleriggs 
Reid, Henry, beadle & spirit dealer, John st. Bridgeton 
Reid, Henry, sen. victualler, 84 Canning street, Calton 
Reid, Henry, jun. at Stewart, Pott 8^ Cos. 
Reid, James, upholstery & cabinet wareho. 37 Queen 

street, house 37 Eglinton street 
Reid, J. & E. stationers, 3 Argyll street 
Reid, J. & F. general merchants, 41 Glassford street 
Reid, James, furnishing shop, 68 Gallowgate 
Reid, James, at John Stewart S^ Cos. 1 1 Argyll street 
Reid, James, of Reid 8^ Whiteman, house Wellfield 
Reid, James, of British Linen Co. house Mrs. Dr. 

Reid's, 33 Duke street 
Reid, Jas. of John Liddell 8^ Co. ho. 20 Clyde terrace 
Reid, James, mercht. ho. Cumberland pi. Laurieston 
Reid, James, dyer, 134 Drygate 
Reid, James, woollen draper, 18 Gallowgate 
Reid, James, spirit dealer, 22 Blackfriar street 
Reid, James, wholesale grocer, Smith's court, Candle- 
riggs, house Garnethill 
Reid, James, agent, 15 Bell street 
Reid, John, at John M'Kie Sf Cos. 
Reid, John, bookseller and stationer, importer of 
foreign books, &c. 58 Hutcheson st. ho. 33 Duke st. 



255 



Reid, John, beadle, Hutcliesontown Relief chapel, and 

noddy hirer, 23 Clyde terrace, house 17 Go van st. 
Reid, John, York place, 339 Argyll street 
Reid, John, wine and spirit cellars, 251 Gallowgate, 

grocery warehouse 7 M'Farlane street, house 5 
Reid, John, grocer, 9 King street, house 43 Portland 

street, Laurieston 
Reid, John, at James Richardson 8^ Cos. 28 Miller st. 
Reid, John Robertson, of Robertson, Reid 8^ Brother, 

house 101 South Maxwell street 
Reid, John, wine and spirit merchant, 219 High street 
Reid, John M. general merchant, 41 Glassford street 
Reid, John & Archibald, merchants, 135 Buchanan 

street, works Washington street 
Reid, John, gingham and pullicate agent, 94 Miller st. 

house 23 South Frederick street 
Reid, Joseph, writer, Town Clerk's Chambers, house 

2 Clyde buildings 
Reid, Matthew, & Co. joiners, &c. 35 Canon street 
Reid, Patrick Robertson, of Robertson, Reid 8^ Brother, 

house 51 Claremont place 
Reid, Peter, agent, Smith's court, Candleriggs 
Reid, Robert, writer, 90 Candleriggs 
Reid, Robert, & Co. mahogany merchants, and cabinet 

warehouse, 93 Stockwell, house Kingston place 
Reid, Thomas, flesher, 2 Beef market. King street 
Reid, Thomas, grocer andspiritdealer, 32 Sauchiehallst. 
Reid, Thamas, smith, 24 Jackson street 
Reid & Todd, watch and clock makers, 1 Trongate 
Reid & Whiteman, printfield warehouse, 36 Ingram st. 
Reid, William, at Cowan 8^ Cos. 37 Argyll street 
Reid, William, plumber, 32 Dunlop street 
Reid, William & Francis, merchants, 1 1 Garthland st 
Reid, Wm. of Wm.8^ Francis Reid, ho 56 St. Andrewsq. 
Reid, William o/'J5ro^f7?^ 8^ Reid, writers, house River- 
bank, Pollokshaws 
Reid, William, architect, Commerce street 
Reid, Wm. shuttle mounting maker, 86 Kirk st. Calton 
Reid, William, cabinet & trunk maker, 49 Candleriggs 
Reid, Mrs. 33 Duke street 



256 REID REPOSITORY. 

Reid, Mrs. J. tavern, 85 Trongate 
Reid, Mrs. cheese dealer, 2 Bazar, Candleriggs 
Reid, Mrs. midwife, 46 Great Hamilton street 
RELIGOUS Institution Rooms, 11 South Frederick st. 
RENFREW, Andrew, & Co. thread manufacturers, 5 

Montrose street 
Renfrew, John, wadding manufacturer & cotton yarn 

twiner, 5 Montrose street 
Renfrew, John, merchant, 47 Brunswick place, house 

56 Portland street, Laurieston 
Renfrew, Robert, dairyman, 20 Goosedubs 
RENFREWSHIRE Bank, 94 Miller street. Wm. 

Napier & Co. agents 
RENNIE, Alex, grocer, 71 Main st. Gorbals, house 73 
Rennie, Cunningham, hair dresser and Post-office re- 
ceiving house, 45 Canning street, Calton 
Rennie, James, flesher, 11 London street 
Rennie, .James, spirit dealer, 93 Green street, Calton 
Rennie, James, portioner, 1 1 Millroad street, Calton 
Rennie, James, wine and spirit merchant, 63 High st. 
Rennie, John, window glazier, 368 Gallowgate 
Renney, Laurence, spirit dealer, Blackquarry 
Rennie, Robert, flesher, 35 Sauchiehall street 
Rennie, Robert, window glazier, 376 Gallowgate 
Rennie, Thomas, academy, 77 Brunswick street, house 

157 Hill street 
Rennie, William, saddler, 186 Main street, Gorbals 
RENISON, William, provision merchant, 36 King st. 

house 36 St. Andrew street 
Renison, William, writer, 73 Miller street 
RENTON, J. & J. plasterers, 21 Jamaica street 
Renton, James, plasterer, 7 Wallace street 
Renton, Wm. smith and bellhanger, 54 Commerce st, 
RENWICK, Arthur, spirit dealer and coal agent, 41 

King street, Calton 
Renwick, James, spirit dealer, 87 Canning st. Calton 
Renwick, John, writer, 7 Queen street, house North- 
bank, Garngadhill 
Renwick, Mrs. James, eating house, 72 Bell street 
Repository for needle and fancy work, 12 Arcade 



RESTON — RIDGWAY. S57 



RESTON, John, & Son, cabinet makers, Carlton court 
RICHARDSON & Allan, manufacturers, 23 South 

Frederick street 
Richardson, Alex, cabinet maker, 12 G. Hamilton st, 
Richardson, B. writer, 44! Maxwell street 
Richardson, David, grocer & spirit dealer, 281 Highst. 
Richardson, George, printer, College street 
Richardson, Rev. Dr. 20 White vale 
Richardson, James, & Co. merchants, 28 Miller street 
Richardson, James, jun. of James Richardson S^ Cd^ 

house 88 West Bath street 
Richardson, James, surgeon, 117 King street, house 

10 College street 
Richardson, John R. wine merchant, 32 Miller street 
Richardson, R. of Richardson 8^ Allan, ho. 70 Bath st. 
Richardson, William, writer, Antigua place, house 10 

College street 
Richardson, William, oil merchant and drysalter, St. 

David's court, 16 Canon street 
RICHMOND, George, Royal bank, ho. Balgray hill 
Richmond, Hugh, spirit dealer, 40 Candleriggs 
Richmond, James, of William Richmond 8^ Co. house 

13 St. Andrew square 
Richmond, John, sen. of William Richmond S^^ Co. ho. 

7 Nicholson street 
Richmond, John, jun. of William Richmond S^ Co. ho. 

17 Monteith row 
Richmond, John, confectioner, 26 Nelson street 
Richmond, Wm. & Co. warehousemen, 6 London st. 
Richmond, Wm. of Wm. Richmond 8^ Co. house Som- 

mervile place, Monteith row 
Richmond, William, broker, 448 Argyll street 
RIDDELL, Andrew, confectioner, 64 Argyll street, 

house 62 Argyll street, Sidney court 
Riddell, John, tailor, 23 Crown street 
Riddell, John, grocer, 27 Bedford street 
Riddell, John, wine and spirit dealer, 356 Gallowgate 
Riddell, Wm, stone mercht. Garnkirk railway depot 
Riddell, Wm. dairyman, 130 Rottenrow 
RIDGWAY, Joseph, filemaker, 31 Gallowgate 
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258 RIDLEY— ROBSON. 

RIDLEY, Jolm, grocer, & spirit dealer, 15 Charlotte st. 
RIGG, Isaac, & Son, cliinamen, 59 Candleriggs 
RIGBY, William, surgeon, 142 Bridgegate, ho. 147 
RINTOUL, Alexander, tanner, 17 Bumside lane 
Rintoul, Andrew, broker and commission merchant, 

10 Stirling square 
Rintoul, James, Langside Villa. Letters left at James 

Smellie's, 114 Stockwell 
Rintoul, Peter, at Andrew RintouVs, 10 Stirling square 
RISK, David, surgeon, 7 Millroad street, Calton 
Risk, John & Charles, manufacturers, 9 Cochran street, 

house 92 Sauchiehall street 
RITCHIE, Alexander, merchant, 16 Queen street 
Ritchie, Charles, surgeon, 86 Hutcheson street, house, 

57 Union street 
Ritchie, David, 31 Stockwell 

Ritchie, George, dairyman, '57 Nelson st. Tradeston 
Ritchie, James, grocer & spirit dealer, 65 Glassford st. 
Ritchie, James, slater, 34 Bell street, Calton 
Ritchie, Jas. wine & spirit mercht. 31 & 37 Stockwell 
Ritchie, James, writer, 16 Queen st. ho. Little Go van 
Ritchie, Rev. John, Chaplain to the Trades' House, 

house 8 Nicholson street 
Ritchie, John, merchant, 16 Queen street 
Ritchie, Robert, quill manufacturer, 34 George street 
Ritchie, Thomas, 55 West Nile street 
Ritchie, William, spirit dealer, 57 Main st. Gorbals 
Ritchie, W. grocer & spirit dealer, 26 Rutherglen loan 
RIVA, J. & M. carvers and gilders, 143 High street 
ROBB, Alex, surgeon, 113 Green street, Calton 
Robb, Andrew, grocer &: spirit dealer, 45 Gordon st. 
Robb, G. writer, 24 Stockwell, house Hope street 
Robb, George, teacher, 5 MoncriefF street, Gorbals 
Robb, James, & Co. vitriol, aquafortis, marine and acid 

makers, 43 Argyll street, works Duncan st. Calton 
Robb, James, wright, 122 Saltmarket 
Robb, John, teacher, Gordon street 
Robb, William, wheelwright and turner, 259 High st, 
Robb, Mrs. furnishing shop, 255 High street 
ROBSON, Mrs, dress maker, 15 Hutcheson street 



ROBERTS — ROBERTSON. 259 

ROBERTS, James, wheelwright, Main st. Bridgeton 
Roberts, Wm. Glasgow Bank, ho. 29 St. Vincent place 
ROBERTON, James W. merchant, 27 Wilson street, 

house Kelvinbank 
Roberton, Jas. & Co. founders, 33 Malta st. Gorbals 
Roberton, John, sherijSF-officer, at Sorley 8^ Millers 
Roberton, Wm. & Co. manufacturers, 71 Virginia st. 
ROBERTSON, Alex, upholsterer and bell-hanger, 

335 High street 
Robertson, Alex, spirit dealer, 81 Main st. Anderston 
Robertson, Alex, shoemaker, 6 Well street, Calton 
Robertson, Alex, builder, Piccadilly street, Anderston 
Robertson, Alex, spirit dealer, 4 St. Andrew lane 
Robertson, Andrew, &: Co. drapers, 38 Gallowgate 
Robertson, Andrew, spirit dealer, 328 Gallowgate 
Robertson, Andrew, 298 High street 
Robertson, Andrew, of Tannahill 8^ Robertson^ house 

1 1 Monteith row 
Robertson, A.P.tinplate worker, 73 Main st. Anderston 
Robertson, Archibald, spirit dealer, 153 Saltmarket, 

house 4 Steel street 
Robertson, Daniel, turner & spirit dealer, 10 G. Clyde st. 
Robertson, Daniel, jeweller, 18 Argyll arcade 
Robertson, David, at J. H. Millars, ho. 63 George st. 
Robertson, Donald, tailor, 21 Miller place 
Robertson, Donaldson & Dougall, warehousemen, 53 

Candleriggs 
Robertson, D. surv^eyor of taxes, office 13 Buchanan st. 
Robertson, David, bookseller and stationer, 188 Tron- 

gate, house 4 Great Hamilton street 
Robertson, Duncan, spirit dealer, 304 Argyll street 
Robertson, George, wood merchant, 116 Stockweli 
Robertson, George, victualler, 350 Gallowgate 
Robertson, George, coal agent, 9 St. Mungo's lane 
Robertson, George, & Co. spirit merchants, 84 Bell 

street, house 46 Grgsme street 
Robertson, Hugh, leather pipe maker, 76 Bell street 
Robertson, Hugh, of W. 4" H. Robertson 8f Co. house 

233 Blythswoodhill, west 
Robertson, James, merchant, 6 Wellington street 



260 ROBERTSON. 

Robertson, Jas. wholesale tea dealer, 37 Glassford st. 
Robertson, James, silk dyer, Warroch street 
Robertson, James, wine and spirit merchant, 254i Gal- 

lowgate, and 63 Main street, Calton 
Robertson, James, grocer, 2 Landressy street 
Robertson, James D. warehouse, 76 Bell street, house 

1 Brandon place 
Robertson, J. H. surgeon, 7 West George street, ho. 

298 High street 
Robertson, J. M. & Co. ironmongers, Broomielaw 
Robertson, James, spirit dealer, Cranstonhill street 
Robertson, James, spirit dealer, Main street, Bridgeton 
Robertson, James, fancy paper stainer and colour 

maker, S^ London street 
Robertson, James, iron merchant, 36 St. Andrew sq. 

house 1 1 Monteith row 
Robertson, James & Co. iron merchants, 24 Miller st. 
Robertson, James, spirit dealer, 12 Struthers street 
Robertson, James, florist, 110 Stirling's road 
Robertson, James, hair dresser, 37 Drygate lane 
Robertson, James, grocer and spirit dealer, 27 Drygate 
Robertson, J. & J. spirit dealers, 76 Gallowgate 
Robertson, James, tea dealer, 352 High street 
Robertson, James, rope maker, Duke street 
Robertson, James, spirit dealer, &c. 22 Balmanno st. 
Robertson, James, tailor, 18 King street, Tradeston 
Robertson, John, surgeon, 408 Argyll st. house 410 
Robertson, John, architect and measurer, 89 John st. 
Robertson, John, sewed muslin manufacturer, 62 Queen 

street, house 2 Cumberland place, Eglinton street 
Robertson, J. & A. brewers, 10 Struthers street 
Robertson, John, druggist, 32 Kirk street, Calton 
Robertson, John, agent, 6 Clyde terrace 
Robertson, John, stationer and librarian, and Post- 
office receiving house, 6 Main street, Gorbals 
Robertson's, John, brush, basket and fancy toy ware- 
house, 32, 39 & 40 Argyll arcade, ho. 40 Eglinton st. 
Robertson, John, agent for Greenock bank company, 
64 Buchanan street, ho. 18 West St. Vincent street 
Robertson, John, shawl and muslin agent, 33 Bell st. 



ROBERTSON. 261 



Robertson, John, spirit dealer, 30 Bell street, Calton 
Robertson, John, merchant, 10 Holland place 
Robertson, J. of Tweedie 8^ Robertson, ho. 10 Duke st. 
Robertson, .John, at Muir, Brown 4* Cos. house 21 

Wellington street 
Robertson, Dr. John. Letters left at John M'Intosh's, 

accountant, 23 South Frederick street 
Robertson, John, spirit dealer, Main street, Bridgeton 
Robertson, John, Union victualling society, Main st. 

Bridgeton 
Robertson, John, victualler, 123 Gallowgate 
Robertson, John, 20 Candleriggs, ho. 15 Hutcheson st. 
Robertson, John, victualler, 72 King street 
Robertson, John, tavern, 8 Anderston quay- 
Robertson, John, sen. rope maker, 23 Gallowgate, 

work, Broomward 
Robertson, John, Broomward rope work, 35 Canning st. 
Robertson, John, warper, North Albion court 
Robertson, John, accountant, 24 Miller street, house 

Kingston place 
Robertson, John, at J, Sx; G. Burns 8^ Co's. 
Robertson, John, shoemaker, 112 High street 
Robertson, John, spirit dealer, 1 8 Main street, Gorbals 
Robertson, John, spirit dealer, 9 Clyde terrace 
Robertson, Laurence, cashier, Royal bank. Queen st. 

house 94 Buchanan street 
Robertson & Munn, calenderers, 13 Montrose street 
Robertson, Reid & Brother, cabinet and upholstery 
warehouse, 26 Buchanan st. works 32 G. Clyde st. 
Robertson, Robert, & Co. coopers, 53 Dunlop street, 
Robertson, Robert, of Robert Robertson 8^ Co. house 

Whitefield, Govan 
Robertson, Robert, watchmaker, 167 Argyll street 
Robertson, Thomas, manufacturer, 30 Montrose street, 

house 12 Hospital street 
Robertson, Thomas, tavern, 27 King street 
Robertson, Thomas, shoemaker, 77 M' Alpine street 
Robertson, Thomas, salesman, 93 Canning street 
Robertson, WiWmm, of Robertso7i, Donaldson S^Dougnll, 
house Adelphi court, Hutchesontown 



262 ROBERTSON RODGER, 



Robertson, Wm. manufacturer, 111 Ingram street, ho. 

141 George street 
Robertson, William, sheriff-officer and constable, 37 

Glassford street, house 28 Adam's Court lane 
Robertson, Wm. spirit and ale rooms, 20 Candleriggs 
Robertson, William, tailor. Main street, Bridgeton 
Robertson, William, writer, 53 Dunlop street, house 

23 St. Enoch square 
Robertson, W. jun. barony parish poors rates collector, 

107 Buchanan street 
Robertson,^ W. miniature painter, 56 Howard street 
Robertson, William, wright and builder, Greenhill st. 
Robertson, W. tallow chandler, 48 Main st. Anderston 
Robertson, William, tailor. Main street, Bridgeton 
Robertson, Wm. grocer and spirit dealer, Cowcaddens 
Robertson, William, tobacconist, 244 High street 
Robertson, William, hair dresser, Cowcaddens 
Robertson, Wm. teacher of music. Academy court, 20 

Candleriggs and 96 Trongate, house Melville place 
Robertson, W. & H. & Co. merchants, 52 Gordon st. 
Robertson, William & Robert, grocers 205 Argyll 

street, house Union court 
Robertson, Mrs. Major, 65 West Regent street 
Robertson, Mrs. John, 103 Holme street 
Robertson, Miss, shoe shop, 51 Argyll arcade 
Robertson, Misses H. & A. straw hat makers. 87 

Glassford street 
ROBINSON, William Rose, sheriff-depute, chambers 

60 Stockwell, house Ruchhill 
ROBIN, Matthew, spirit dealer, 110 Stockwell and 3 

Shuttle street 
ROCHHEAD, William. Letters left at Wm. Kerr's, 

33 South Albion street 
RODDAN, James, tea dealer, 76 King st. Tradeston 
RODGER, Allan, spirit dealer, 40 Struthers street 
Rodgers, David, wright, 10 Clyde street, Anderston 
Rodgers, David, ironmonger, 6 Clyde st. Anderston 
Rodger, George, manager, at H. Monteith 8^ Co's. 

works, Rutherglen bridge 
Rodger, James, wright, Main street, Bridgeton 



RODGER ROSS. 263 



Rodger, Jas. builder, M'Symon's pi. Anderston walk 
Rodger, M. spirit dealer, 65 Old venal 
Rodger, Robert, mercbant, 162 Buchanan street 
Rodger, William, merchant, 166 Buchanan street 
Rodger, William, broker, 1 1 Kirk street, Calton 
Rodger, William, hair dresser, 45 King st. Tradeston 
Rodger, Mrs. small-ware dealer, 137 High street 
Rodger, Miss J. dressmaker, 46 Eglinton street 
ROD IE, A. ofMilro?/8fRodie,lodgmg4f4iliutcheson st. 
Roddie, Wm. provision dealer, 77 Rutherglen loan 
ROLLO, William, shoemaker. Main street, Bridgeton 
ROME, J. & R. glue and size works, 29 Bridgegate 
Rome, Romulus, spirit dealer, 26 Low Green street 
RONALD, Alexander, spirit dealer, 119 Fife place 
Ronald, George, smith, 72 Clyde street, Anderston 
Ronald, J. jun. of Ross, Ronald 4" Co. ho. Garnethill 
Ronald, John, manufacturer, 95 Candleriggs, house 

North Douglas street 
Ronald, Robert, at John 8^ George Gibson 8^ Cos, 14 

Garthland street 
ROPER, Thomas, & Co. medicine warehouse, 110 & 

112 Trongate 
Roper, Thomas, of Thomas Roper 8^ Co. house St. 

Andrew street 
RORISON, John, & Co. wine and spirit merchants, 

54 Prince's street 
ROSE, Alexander, tallow chandler, 242 High street 
Rose, Donald, at J. M. Robertson 8)^ Cos. Smithfield, 

and of Ferrier, Rose 8f Co. house Dixon street 
Rose, James, of Rose 8^ Scott, ho. South Wellington st. 
Rose & Scott, warehousemen, 139 Trongate 
Rose Street Grocery and Provision Store, 34 Rose 

street. James Gemmell 
Rose, William, at J. M. Robertson &^ Co's. Smithfield 
Rose, William, permit writer. Excise office 
ROSS, Alexander, spirit dealer, 32 Blackfriar street 
Ross, Alexander, blacking manufacturer, 85 Trongate 
Ross, Alexander, tailor, 8 Millroad street, Calton 
Ross, Angus, & Co. 34 Nelson street 
Ross, A. & G. & Co. boot and shoemakers, 26 Prince's st. 



264 ROSS. 

Ross, Alex. & Co. hat manufacturers, 82 Glassford st. 
Ross, Alex, of Alex. Boss Sj- Co. house 167 High st. 
Ross, Charles, spirit dealer, 38 Main street, Calton 
Ross, David, cabinet maker and glazier, 27 New wynd 
Ross, Donald, of McDonald 8^ Boss, house Argyll 

buildings 
Ross, Donald, slater, 6 Croy place 
Ross, Donald, dyer, 37 Thistle street, house 60 
Ross, George, spirit dealer, 162 & 166 Saltmarket 
Ross, Lieutenant F. 13 Blythswood hill 
Ross, Hugh, spirit dealer, 91 King street, Caltoti 
Ross, Hugh, builder, 10 Main street, Anderston 
Ross, James, & Sons, leather factors, 18 North Albion 

street, house 12 Portland street, Laurieston 
Ross, John, slater, 103 Main street, Anderston 
Ross, John, grocer and spirit dealer, 227 Argyll street 
Ross, John, jun. merchant, 22 Ingram street, house 

189 Buchanan street 
Ross, John, merchant, 131 Ingram street, house 115 

Kensington place, Sauchiehall road 
Ross, John, & Co. manufacturers, 8 John street 
Ross, John, of John Ross <§r Co. ho. 435 Argyll street 
Ross, John, smith, 3 Greyfriars wynd 
Ross, John, town-officer, 4 Steel street 
Ross, Robert, & Co. drapers, 52 Gallowgate 
Ross, Ronald & Co. wine merchants, 77 Glassford st. 
Ross & Son, marble cutters, 89 Mitchell street, house 

182 Union street 
Ross, Thomas, flesher, 1 2 Govan street 
Ross, Thomas, spirit dealer, 9 Clyde street, Anderston 
Ross, Thomas, warper and winder, 9 Cochran street 
Ross, Thomas, at James Broom 8f Cos. 113 Bruns- 
wick street, house 292 High street 
Ross, Wm. of BosSy Bonald 8^ Co. house 130 Bath st. 
Ross, William, at Thomas Harvey s, Dalbeth mills 

meal store, 12 Stirling street 
Ross, William, victualler & spirit dealer, 141 High st. 
Ross, Mrs. Robert, spirit dealer, 55 Argyll street 
Ross, Mrs. spirit dealer, 22 Marshall's lane 
Ross, Mrs. midwife, 17 High street 



ROSS — RUGLENe 265 



Koss, Misses E. & M. milliners and straw hat makers, 

22 Nelson street 
Ross, Misses, & M'Kay, dress makers, 7 Guildry ct. 
ROTHESAY cotton yarn warehouse, 40 Glassford st. 
ROUTLEDGE, Wm. merchant, 20 Buchanan street, 

house Morton place, 170 Sauchiehall road 
Routledge, Rev. William, house Mortonbank 
RO WAN, Alexander, baker, 55 John street 
Rowan, A. smith and spirit dealer, 2 and 39 Duke st. 
Rowan, James, porter, Thistle bank, 26 Virginia st. 
Rowand, John, at Maxwell S^ Aird's, 20 Miller street 
Rowan, John, supervisor. Excise office 
Rowan, John, agent, 36 Bell street 
Rowand, Michael, cashier. Ship bank, 9 Glassford st. 
Rowan, Michael, baker, 140 Hope street 
Rowan, Mrs. straw hat maker, 36 Bell street 
ROWLETT, , teacher, Grammar school, house 

Hill place, Stirling's road 
ROWLEY, Andrew, drysalter, 16 and 18 Stockwell 

place, house 55^ Portland street, Laurieston 
ROXBURGH, John, eating house, 262 Gallowgate 
Roxburgh, Wm. tavern and steak house, 48 Nelson st. 
ROY, David, Commercial Bank, 66 Virginia street 
Roy, John, spirit dealer, Port-Dundas 
Roy, William, whitening merchant, 40 Candleriggs 
ROYAL'Bank, royal exchange buildings, Queen street. 

Laurence Robertson, cashier 
Royal Botanic Institution, James Christie, Treasurer, 

37 Glassford street 
Royal Engineers' Office, 37 Portland st. Laurieston 
Royal Exchange Marine Fire and Life Assurance 

Office, 23 Miller street, Gilkison & Brown, agents 
Royal Exchange, Allison's Tavern and Coffeehouse, 

royal exchange buildings. Queen street 
Royal Mail Castle Steam Packet Office, 240Broomielaw 
Royal Hotel, 66 George square 

RUDD ACH, J. brnsh and basket shop, 29 Candleriggs 
RUDOLF, John H. musician, 20 St. Andrew street 
Rudolf, Mrs. J. H. midwife, 20 St Andrew street 
RUGLEN, Archibald, grocer, &c. 40 Broomielaw 
z 



266 RULE RUSSELL 



RULE & Gilmour, cotton yarn merchants, 109 Bruns- 
wick street 
RUSSELL, Adam, nail maker, 4 Gibson street 
Russell, Alex, beamer, 29 Coburg lane, Laurieston 
Russell, Alexander, tailor, 18 Saltmarket 
Russell, Andrew, spirit, dealer, 1 1 Back wynd 
Russell, Andrew, brazier and tinplate worker, 131 

Argyll street 
Russell & Brown, ironmongers, 18 London street 
Russell, Dickson, coachmaker, 21 Wellington street 
Russell, Gavin, currier, 29 Bridgegate 
Russel, Hector, merchant, 38 St. Andrew square, house 

144 Campbell street. West Bath street 
Russell, H. smith and saddletree maker, 18 Eglinton st. 
Russell, James, spirit dealer, 10 Gibson st. Gallowgate 
llussell, James, harbour master for steam boats, house 

16 Robertson street 
Russell, James, victualler, 91 Saltmarket 
Russell, James, tea merchant, 5 Melville place 
Russell, John, Willowbank 

Russell, John, at John Smith's, 14 Gordon street 
Russell, John, grocer and spirit dealer, 304 High st. 
Russell, J. R. English seminary, Willowbank 
Russell, John, tobacconist, 33 Jamaica street 
Russell, John, shoemaker, 125 Bridgegate 
Russell, Joseph, grocer, 30 Shuttle street 
Russell & Kerr, writers, 1 8 Glassford street 
Russell & MacArthur, Dalsholm paper mill ware- 
house, 72 Glassford street 
Russell, Robt. mason & oven builder, 4 Frederick lane 
Russell, Robert, grocer, 6 College street 
Russell, Robert, grocer and fruiterer, 24 Brown street 
Russell, Thos. mason and oven builder, 79 Argyll st. 
Russell, Thomas, smith, Quarrytown 
Russell, Thomas, at P. Neilsons, 73 Hutsheson street 
Russell, Wm. of Russell 8^ Kerr, writers, house 14 

Cathcart street 
Russell, William, flesher, 61 New Bridge street 
Russell, William, hairdresser, 7 Shuttle street 
Russell, Wm. grocer, 22 Hospital st. Hutchesontown 



RUSSELL— S ALMOND. 267 

Russell, Wm. spirit dealer, 41 East Clyde street 
Russell, Wm. jeweller & watchmaker, 104 Trongate 
Russell, Wm. shoemaker and furnisher, 59 Princes st. 
Russell, Wm. jun. boot and shoemaker, 25 George st. 
Russell, William, grocer, 77 Carrick street 
Russell, Mrs. B. tavern, 4 Dunlop street 
Russell, Mrs. David, glue maker, 87 Bridgegate 
Russell, Mrs. lodgings, 1 1 Stockwell place 
Russell, Mrs. midwife, 4 Gibson street, Gallowgate 
Russell, Mrs. lodgings, Peter's buildings, 67 W. Nile st, 
Russell, Mrs. J. furnishing shop, 186 Gallowgate 
Russell, Mrs. John, 70 Crown street, Hutchesontown 
Russell, Mrs. Gentlemen's ready made linen warehouse, 

43 Argyll arcade 
Russell, Miss, boarding & day school, 49 Hutcheson st, 
RUTHERFURD, George, & Co. manufacturers, 145 

Ingram street 
Rutherford, James, joiner, Clyde street, Anderston 
Rutherford, John, porter, 148 Trongate 
RYBURN, John, merchant, at J. ^ A. Smit/is, house 

147 Buchanan street 
RYDER, Andrew, 35 North Hanover street 
Ryder, Peter, broker, 20 St. Margaret place 
RYLIE, Robert, broker, 24 Market street 

S 
St. Andrew's Lodge of Free Gardeners. Archibald 

Black, tailor, ancient father, 55 M' Alpine street 
St. James' Parish School, 15 East Clyde st. J. Stir- 
ling, teacher 
St, John's School, Annfield, Gallowgate 
St. Magdalane Distillery Office, 30 St. Andrew sq, 
St. Mark's Masonic Lodge. Thomas Atkinson, jun^ 

bookseller, master, 84 Trongate 
St. Mungo's Masonic Lodge. David Miller, master, 

Brown street, Brownfield 
St. Patrick's Masonic Lodge. John Dickson, master, 

66 Bridgegate 
S ALL AS, John, & Co. brokers, 47 Miller place 
SALMOND, Archibald, mason, 113 Stockwell 



268 SALMOND — SASSETTI. 

Salmond, Duncan, at Rothesay yarn warehouse, 40 

Glassford street 
Salmond, George, writer and procurator fiscal for the 

county, 60 Stockwell, house South Wellington place 
Salmond, James, architect, 93 Carrick street 
Salmond, John, brush, heddle, shuttle & cotton thread 

manufacturer, 8 Wilson street, works 129 Canning 

street, Greenhead 
Salmond, Mathe w, spirit dealer, 1 5 Kirk lane, Townhead 
Salmon, Peter, teacher and librarian, 48 George street 
Salmond, Peter, tailor, Bain's place 
Salmond, Peter, & Co. painters, 21 Virginia street, ho. 

2 Carlton court 
Salmond, Robert, Glasgow Union Bank, agent for the 

Hercules Insurance Co. 
Salmond, Mrs. grocer, 85 Nelson street, Tradeston 
SAMPLE Room, Royal Exchange buildings, G. H. 

Jenkin, broker 
SAMSON, Geo. tobacconist, 40 Kirk street, Calton 
Samson, Wm. sale and livery stables, Gordon street 
SAMUEL, Thomas, & Co. merchts. 82 Hutcheson st. 
Samuel, Thomas, of Thomas Samuel Sf Co. house 116 

North Montrose street 
SANDS, Archibald, ordained measurer, 24 Queen st. 

house Edwin place, Laurieston 
Sands, John, Edwin place 
Sands, Mrs. midwife, 5 Great Dowhill 
SANDEMAN, David, wine merchant, 53 Miller st. 
Sanderaan, J. G. Wellington street, corner of Bath st. 
SANDERS, Gilbert, accountant, 37 Glassford street, 

house 1 Clyde buildings 
Sanders, James, shoemaker, 328 Gallowgate 
SANDERSON, Robt. agent, ship & insurance broker, 

100 Buchanan street, house Craighall 
Sanderson, S. London stay and corset warehouse, 42 

Hutcheson street 
Sassine Office, for Renfrewshire and royalty of Glas- 
gow, James Hill, keeper, 109 Fife place 
SASSETTI, H. teacher of the Italian and Spanish 

languages, 1 North Frederick street 



SAVAGE— SCOTT. 269 

SAVAGE, Robt. hair dresser, 79 Canning st. Calton 
Savage, Mrs. AT grocer, 1 26 Ingram street 
SCADLOCK, Mrs. Wm. spirit dealer, 13 Norfolk st. 
SCANLIN, Patrick, spirit dealer, 65 Bridgegate 
SCHEVIZ, Geo. merchant, at Campbell, Rivers S^ Cos, 

house Brandon place 
SCHWABE, M. H. & Gobert, merchants, 74 Bu- 
chanan street 
SCLANDERS, Andrew, baker, 3 Union street 
Sclanders, Andrew, jun. of Sclanders S^ Goodwin^ house 

60 Portland street, Laurieston 
Sclanders & Goodwin, grain merchants, 15 Jamaica st, 
Sclanders, Robert, trunk and box maker, 32 Cochran 

street, house Hill place, 20 Stirling's road 
SCOBIE, James, truss hoop maker, 30 Robertson st, 
Scobie, Miller & Co. commission merchants, 23 South 

Albion street 
Scobie, Thomas, of Scohie, Miller 8^ Co. house 298 

High street 
Scots Times Office, 90 Brunswick street 
SCOTT, Allan, jun. trunk and packing box maker, 

130 Brunswick street, house 36 Clyde street 
Scott, Andrew, ironmonger, 77 Kirk street, Calton 
Scott, Andrew, writer, 19 Miller street 
Scott, Andrew, coal agent, 26 Commerce street 
Scptfc, Right Rev. Andrew, 34j Great Clyde street 
Scott & Aitken, clothiers, 98 Miller street 
Scott & Cameron, manufacturers, 101 Brunswick st. 
Scott & Co. japanners, 90 Queen street 
Scott, Colin, grocer & spirit dealer, 44 Orr st. Calton 
Scott & Cumming, writers, 37 Glassford street 
Scott, Gavin, spirit dealer, 26 Graham sq. Gallowgate 
Scott, Gavin, of White 8^ Scott, 182 Trongate 
Scott, G. of Daldowie, ho. 67 Portland st. Laurieston 
Scott, Geo. of Boghall. Letters left at 270 Gallowgate 
Scott, J. R. writer, 37 Glassford street 
Scott, James, baker, 256 George street 
Scott, Jas. & Co. boot and shoemakers, 1 London st. 
Scott, .James pattern drawer and print cutter, 68 

Glassford street 

z 2 



170 SCOTT. 



Scott, James, of Rose S^ Scott, ho. 43 G. Hamilton st. 
Scott, James, hatter and coal agent, 47 London street. 

and 9 Great Hamilton street 
Scott, James, confectioner, 42 and 44 Candleriggs, 

house 41 London street 
Scott, James, of Scott 8^^ Cameron, ho. 55 Bellgrove pi. 
Scott, James, & Co. timber and lead merchants, 32 

Great Clyde street, house 36 
Scott, James, gardener. Green market, ho. Shawfield 
Scott, James, victualler, &c. 124 Main street, Gorbals 
Scott, John, spirit dealer, Cowcaddens 

ott, John, smith 

Virginia street 
Scott, John, gardener, Green market 
Scott, John, & Co. merchants, 70 Miller street 
Scott, John, sheriff-officer, 53 Nelson street 
Scott, John, of John Scott 8^ Co. house Garnetbank 
Scott, John, engraver, and printer, 56 Trongate 
Scott, John, last and boottree maker, 79 Stockwell 
Scott, John, spirit dealer, 35 Crown street 
Scott, John, of Grieve 8^ Scott, house 131 Rottenrow 
Scott, M. general furnishing shop, 237 Argyll street 
Scott, Malcom, pattern drawer and print cutter, 53 

Candleriggs 
Scott, Mark, teacher, 49 Centre street 
Scott, Michael, merchant, 77 Glassford street, house 

178 Montague place 
Scott, Montgomerie & Co. merchants, 74 Buchanan st. 
Scott, Peter, jun. at William P. Patons 
Scott, Peter, 1 Main's street, Blythswood square 
Scott, Robert, spirit dealer, 38 King street, Tradeston 
Scott, Robert, baker, 275 Argyll st. & 8 Campbell st. 
Scott, Robert, of Thistle Bank, house Regent street 
Scott, Robert, & Co. Letters left at 152 Trongate 
Scott, Robert, of Scott 8^ Wilson, 118 Argyll street 
Scott, Robert, grocer, 22 Stobcross street 
Scott, Robert, wine and spirit dealer, 119 High street 
Seott, Simon, baker, 29 Norfolk street 
Scott & Strang, manufacturers, 93 Glassford street 
Scott, Thomas, baker, 2 Oxford street 



SCOTT SEAMEN S. 



271 



Scott, Thomas, tailor, 33 Main street, Anderston 
Scot4; & Wilson, architects, surveyors,&c. 118 Argyll st. 
Scott, William, brewer, Duncan street. Canning street 
Scott, Wm. jun. of Scott 8<,- Aitken, 98 Miller street 
Scott, William, house and sign painter, 66 Trongate 
Scott, Wm. grocer and spirit dealer, 427 Argyll street 
Scott, William, spirit dealer, 255 Gallowgate 
Scott, William, upholsterer, 47 Adelphi street 
Scott, Wm. W. commission warehouse, 13 Montrose 

street, house Ewing place 
Scott, William, spirit dealer, 41 Portugal strfeet 
Scott, Mrs. J. lodgings, 30 South Hanover street 
Scott, Mrs. lodgings, Renfield street 
Scott, Mrs. M. muslin and lace printer, 53 Candleriggs 
Scott, Mrs. William, gardener. Green market, house 

Sandyfauld, Little Go van 
Scott, Misses J. & J. dressmakers, 109 Argyll street 
Scott, Miss E. dressmaker, 4 Guildry court 
Scott, Miss, lodgings, 178 George street 
SCOTISH Life Assurance office, 57 Miller street. 

James M'Kenzie, agent 
Scotish Union Insurance office. Finlayson & MoncriefF, 

41 Virginia street, and Robert Garden, 85 Miller 

street, agents 
SCOULLER, A. painter & spirit dealer, 43 Trongate 
Scouller, David pewterer, 86 New wynd 
Scouller, Jas. baker, 101 Saltmarket & 59 Bridgegate 
Scouller, James, flesher, 10 Beef market 
Scouller, John, writer, 101 Virginia street 
Scouller, Ninian, flesher, 11 Beef market. King street, 

and New Town Market, Buchanan street 
Scouller, Thomas, spirit dealer, 8 King street 
Scouller, William, grocer, 146 High street 
Scouller, Miss Mary, flesher, 5 Beef market 
Scouller, Mrs. coal agent, 124 Trongate 
SCRUTON, John, surgeon, 3 Saltmarket, house 74 

Argyll street 
SCRYMGEOUR, James, watch and clock maker, 20 

Glassford street 
Seamen's Chapel, 9 Brown street, Brownfield 



272 SELKIRK — SHANKS. 

SELKIRK, William, & Co. skinners and spirit dealers, 

65 Nelson street, Tradeston 
SELLARS, J. grocer&tallowcliandler, 124 Bridgegate 
Seller, William, paper ruler, 124 Trongate 
SEMPLE, A. & T. manufacturers, 79 Bell street 
Seraple & Co. tea dealers, 18 and 20 Turner's court 
Semple, Matthew, merchant, 18 Carlton place 
Semple, Matthew, superintendent of Blind Asylum 
Semple, Matthew, Glasgow Green tavern, 37 Trongate, 

46 Saltmarket, and 30 Prince's street 
Semple, S. G. of Harper S^ /Semple, ho. 15 Clyde place 
Seraple, William, stabler, 275 High street 
Semple, Mrs. flesh er, 275 High street 
SERVICE, Thomas, straw hat warehouse, 40 Nelson 

street, house 28 M'Farlane street 
Service, William, warehouseman, Buchanan court, 44 

Trongate, house Ure's place, Montrose street 
SESSION Clerk's office for the City, 19 So. Hanover 

street. Robert Strang, writer, clerk 
Session Clerk's office for Barony, 107 Buchanan street, 

and Barony glebe. D. M'Brayne, clerk 
Session Clerk's office for Gorbals, 38 Oxford street. 

J. Wilson, clerk 
SETON, Alexander B. 16 Montrose street, house 

Campbell street. New town 
Seton, James, vintner, 80 Trongate 
SEYMOUR, F. manager. Theatre, York street 
SHACKLETON, Mrs. grocer, Port-Dmidas 
SHAND, A. G. at Alston, Mather S^- Cos. house 21 

West George street 
Shand, W. & A. manufacturers, 23 South Frederick st. 
SHANKS, Charles, woollen draper, Sidney court, 62 

Argyll street, house 53 Portland street, Laurieston 
Shanks, James, civil engineer and road surveyor, 2 

Bain's place, 151 Upper Nile street 
Shanks, John, provision merchant, 336 High street 
Shanks, John, mason, Govanhaugh, Hutchesontown 
Shanks, Robert, turner, 20 College street 
Shanks, Samuel, woollen draper, 20 Gallowgate, house 

53 Charlotte street 



SHANKS — SHAW. 273 

Shanks, Mrs. General, 77 Montrose street 
SHARKY, John, spirit dealer, 3 Rottenrow 
SHARP, Alexander, paper ruler, 109 Trongate 
Sharp, Andrew, furniture warehouse, 11 Bridgegate 
Sharp & Buchanans, calico printers, 127 Candleriggs 
Sharp & Co. cotton brokers, 68 Hutcheson street 
Sharp, James, & Co. tinplate workers and braziers, 

226 Argyll street 
Sharp, James, of Sharp Sf Co. house 25 Carlton place 
Sharpe, James & William, tailors, 114 Trongate 
Sharpe, John & Thomas, commission merchants, 66 

Miller street 
Sharpe, John F. of J. Sf T. Sharpe, house head of 

Montrose street 
Sharpe, William, & Co. yarn merchants, 53 Virginia sfc. 
Sharpe, Wm. of W. Sharpe 8^ Co. ho. 23 Richmond st. 
Sharp, William, at John Geddess, Verreville 
Sharp, Miss, dressmaker, 11 Stockwell 
SHAW, Adam, sheriff-officer and house factor, 87 

Stockwell 
Shaw, Angus, cotton spinner, 105 Duke street 
Shaw, David, broker & commission merchant, York pi. 
Shaw, George, cabinet maker, 4 Hill street 
Shaw, J. & R. at Black 8^ Witigates 
Shaw, James, baker, 6 Clyde street, Calton 
Shaw, James, builder, 3 Pitt street 
Shaw, John, woollen draper, 75 Gallowgate 
Shaw, John, sen. cabinet maker, 4 Hill street 
Shaw, Matthew, thread manufacturer, 62 Old venal 
Shaw, Neil, collector's clerk. Excise office 
Shaw, Quintin, Eglinton tavern, 141 Eglinton street 
Schaw, Robb & Co. drysalters, 43 Argyll street 
Shaw, Robert, grocer and spirit dealer, 128 Bridgegate 
Shaw, Robert, cartwright, 420 Gallowgate 
Shaw, Robert, flour dealer, 44 Trongate, and 6 Clyde 

street, Calton 
Shaw, Robert, grocer, 95 Carrick street 
Shaw, Mrs. J. grocer, 62 Centre street 
Shaw, Mrs. grocer, 30 Piccadilly street 
Shaw, Mrs. grocer, Green street, Bridgeton 



274 SHEARER— SHOE. 



SHEARER, C. german clockmaker, 38 Glassford st. 
Shearer, John, house 33 North Hanover street 
Shearer, Robert, grocer, 103 George street 
Shearer, Mrs. Alexander, lodgings, 18 Union street 
Shearer, Mrs. grocer, 13 Stockwell 
SHED DEN, John, tailor. Parson street, Tovvnhead 
Shedden, John, of Wm.Shedden S^ Co. ho. Montague pi. 
Shedden, Thomas, silk dyer, 26 North Albion street, 

house 104 George street 
Shedden, Wm. & Co. manufacturers. 111 Ingram st. 
Shedden, William, of William Shedden 8^ Co. house 

139 St. Vincent street 
SHEPERD, Samuel, grocer, 18 Main street, Calton 
SHERIFFS Chambers, 60 Stockwell. William Rose 

Robinson, sheriff-depute 
Sheriff, John, tavern, 137 Trongate 
Sheriff, Thomas, grocer, 91 George street 
Shirreff, Rev. William, 14 Richmond street 
SHIELDS, John, grocer, &c. Dalmarnock road 
Shields, John, woollen draper, 15 Nelson street 
Shields, John, grocer and spirit dealer, 36 Kirk street 

Calton, and 44 Great Hamilton street 
Shields, Sinclair & Co. 120 Brunswick street, spinning 

and weaving works, William street. Mile-end, Calton 
Shiels, Thomas, & Co. calico printers & manufacturers, 

St. Vincent lane 
SHILLITO, J. & Co. straw hat makers, 14 Nelson st. 
Ship Bank, 9 Glassford street. M. Rowand, cashier 
SHIRR A, J. & M. grocers, 3 Clyde place and 20 

Adelphi street 
Shirra, John, wine and spirit merchant, 67 and 69 

High street, house 90 
Shirra, Robert, calenderer, 102 Virginia street, house 

1 1 West Nile street 
Shirra, Samuel, flesher, 38 Canning street, Calton 
Shirra, Mrs. grocer, 58 Bridgegate 
Shirra, Mrs. grocer & spirit dealer, 47 No. Frederick st. 
SHIRLEY, William, ironmonger, 174 Trongate, ho. 

37 Portland street, Laurieston 
SHOE Square for the sale of shoes, Green street 



SHORT — SIMPSON. 275 

SHORT, J. Q. deputy inspector general of hospitals, 

22 Motiteitli row 
SHORTRIDGE, G. Y. 19 South Hanover street, 

house 2 Blytliswood square 
Shortridge, Wm. merchant, 2 Blythswood square 
SHOTTS Iron Go's, warehouse, 23 Queen street. N. 

Handyside, agent 
SHUTTLETON, And. Nelson tavern, Port-Dundas 
SIDDON, H. baker, 276 Argyll street 
Siddon, Robert, grocer, 2 Trongate 
SILLARS, James Shaw, of Young Sx; Sillars, house 

42 Portland street, Laurieston 
SIM, Alexander, victualler, 91 Trongate 
Sim, David, spirit dealer, 83 High street 
Sim, David, of Cultermains, 209 Blythswood hill 
Sim, George, tallow chandler, 142 Queen street, house 

Kent road 
Sim, James, mason, Leishman's land, Anderston walk 
Sim, James, spirit dealer, 312 Argyll street 
Sim, William, smith, 84 Saltmarket 
SIMEON, St. Ange, professor of the French lan- 
guage, 63 John street 
Simeon, Mrs. St. Ange, teacher of singing, &c. do. 
SIMPSON, Alexander, sen. 125 Trongate 
Simson, Andrew, procurator fiscal, council chambers, 

house 1 Carlton place 
Simpson, Dr. A. 3 Greenhill street 
Simpson, Daniel, green grocer, 70 King st. Tradeston 
Simpson, David, & Co. spirit dealers, 23 Wilson street 
Simpson, George, spirit dealer, 391 Gallowgate 
Simpson, James, spirit dealer, 15 Cathcart street 
Simpson, James, merchant, 49 Bath street 
Simpson, James, jun. 12 South Frederick street 
Simpson, James, grocer, 91 Main street, Anderston 
Simpson, James, surgeon, 17 Clyde terrace, ho. above 
Simpson, Jas. writer, ho. and office, 90 Brunswick st. 
Simpson, James, tinplate worker, &c. 49 Saltmarket, 

house above 
Simpson, James, poulterer, 63 Prince's street 
Simpson, John, tailor, 98 Gallowgate 



276 SIMPSON — SINCLAIR. 



Simpson, John, English academy, 56 West Nile street, 

house 40 Glebe street 
Simpson, Bobt. portioner, Franklin street, Bridgeton 
Simson, Bobert, wright, 151 Gallowgate 
Simpson, Robt. warehouseman, 96 Trongate, ho. 125 
Simpson, William, cabinet maker and spirit dealer, 33 

Kirk street, Townhead, workshop 13 Drygate 
Simpson, William, & Son, manufacturers, 12 South 

Frederick street, house 239 Blythswood hill, west 
Simpson, Mrs. soap and candle shop, 3 Kent street 
Simpson, Mrs. mangier, 23 St. Andrew square 
SINCLAIR, Alex, grocer, 35 Stevenson street, Calton 
Sinclair, Archd. veterinary surgeon. South Maxwell 

street, house 44 Union street 
Sinclair, Archibald, dairyman, Dalmarnock road 
Sinclair, David, machine maker, 48 Spoutmouth 
Sinclair, Donald, spirit dealer, 27 Dundas street 
Sinclair, Dugald, Argyll hotel, Argyll street 
Sinclair, George, writer, 25 Virginia street 
Sinclair, James, contractor for scavenger work, 50 

North Albion street 
Sinclair, James, & Co. spirit dealers, 99 Saltmarket 
Sinclair, John, saddler, 424 Argyll street 
Sinclair, John, spirit dealer, 36 Stock well 
Sinclair, John, baker and spirit dealer, 65 Prince's st. 
Sinclair, John, turner, 113 King street, Calton 
Sinclair, John, grocer, 157 Argyll street 
Sinclair, John, grocer, 86 Havannah 
Sinclair, Peter, grocer and spirit dealer, 97 George st. 
Sinclair, Peter, Commercial tavern, 44 Trongate 
Sinclair, Peter, of Shields, Sinclair 8^ Co. house 17 

Canning street 
Sinclair, P. of Frazer, Sinclair 8^ Co. ho. 17 Thistle st. 
Sinclair, Thomas, & Co. grocers and spirit dealers, 3 

Castle street 
Sinclair, Thomas, tailor, 23 Cheapside st. Anderston 
Sinclair, Wm. wine & spirit merchant, 145 Bridgegate 
Sinclair, William, smith, 239 Buchanan street 
Sinclair, Mrs. midwife, 30 High street 
Sinclair, Mrs. german salve maker, Q6 Trongate 



SINGER SMELLIE. 277 

SINGER, Alexander, tailor, 6 Nile street, Gallowgate 
Singer, John, tailor, 27 Charlotte street 
Singer, William, tailor, 66 Trongate 
SIVEL, George, tailor, 6 Struthers street 
SKIRVING, Alexander, auctioneer, 164 Trongate, 

house Hopepark, St. Rollox 
SLATER, John, tea dealer, 12 Wilson street, house 

29 Bath street 
Slater, Thomas H. tea dealer and general grocer, 56 

Candleriggs, house 20 Monteith row 
Slater, Mrs. lodgings, 16 St. Andrew square 
SLEIGH, William, yarn warehouse, 84 Wilson street 
SLOANE, James, &Co. merchants, 113 Brunswick st. 
Sloane, J. ofJas. Shane 8^ Co. ho. 133 N. Montrose st. 
Sloan e, Robert, shoemaker, 34 Maxwell street 
SMALEWELL Woollen Cloth Wareho. 73 Hutche- 

son street. P. Neilson, agent 
SMALL, G. M. spirit dealer, 86 Clyde st. Anderston 
Small, John, wright, 120 South Albion street and 

Sauchiehall road 
Small, Neil, & Son, house carpenters, &c. 58 Jamaica st. 
Small, Mrs. Dr. Garnethill 
II SMALLCOM, William, city bellman, 29 Gallowgate 
SMART, John, smith, 24 Cochran street 
Smart, Peter, grocer, 18 Centre street, Tradeston 
Smart, Thomas, victualler, 4 Stockwell 
Smart, Mrs. James, flesher. Bell street market 
SMEAL, James, surgeon, 1 Kent street 
Smeal, Robert, rope spinner, 24 King street, Calton 
Smeal, William, tea dealer, 161 Gallowgate, ho. 168 
Smeal, William, jun. 161 Gallowgate 
SMEATON, Henry, writer, 87 Miller street 
Smeaton, John, smith, 54 Main street, Gorbals 
SMELLIE,Duncan,&Co.warehousemen25Candleriggs 
Smellie, George, 25 Candleriggs, house Barnhill 
Smellie, James, grain & provision merchant, 40 King 
St. 154 Main st. Gorbals, & 93 Main st. CoAvcaddens 
Smellie, James, wine and spirit merchant, 114 Stock- 
well, house 19 East Clyde street 
Smellie, James, surgeon. Phoenix buildings, Burnside 
2 a 



278 SMELLIE — SMITH. 



Smellie, Robert, grain merchant, 30 and 36 Alston St. 

Smellie, William, flesher, 14 Kent street 

Smellie, Wm. drysalter, 66 Miller st. ho. 13 Hope st. 

Smellie, Wm. of Smellie, Duncan S^ Co, 25 Candleriggs 

Smellie, William, 79 Stockwell 

Smellie, Miss, lodgings, 1 92 Argyll street 

SMITH, Adam, twister, 83 King street, Calton 

Smith, Alexander, of Thomas Samuel S^ Co. house 117 

Eglinton street 
Smith, Alexander, slater, 4 Frederick lane 
Smith, Alexander, shoemaker, 42 Saltmarket, 14 & 16 

Prince's street ,: 

Smith, Alexander, at Stewart, Pott &^ Cos. 
Smith, Alexander, flesher, 411 Argyll street 
Smyth, Alexander, merchant, 62 Buchanan street,house 

10 Charlotte place 
Smith, Andrew, & Son, manufacturers, 69 Ingram st. 

works and house Burnbank, near Woodside 
Smith, Andrew, jun. at A. Smith 8^ Sons, Burnbank 
Smith, Andrew, confectioner, 17 King street 
Smith, Archibald, 136 Trongate 

Smith, Arch, of J. 8^ A. Smith, ho. 204 Blythswoodhill 
Smith & Brown, merchants, 23 South Hanover street 
Smith, Bryce, serjt. major of police, ho. 68 Canon st. 
Smith, Campbell, of Taylor, Smith 8^ Co. house 20 

South Frederick street 
Smith, David, Camlachie and Carntyne chemical works, 

counting-house 14 Stirling square, ho. 17Whitevale 
Smith, David, stationer and librarian, 11 Canon street 
Smith, David, boot and shx)e warehouse, 4 Saltmarket, 

house 230 Argyll street 
Smith, David, teacher, Main street, Bridgeton 
Smith, David, & Son, hair cloth manufacturers, 26 

Tobago street, Calton 
Smith, David, tavern, 88 Gallowgate 
Smith, David, civil engineer and land surveyor, 37 

Virginia street, house Westbank, Woodside 
Smith, David, packing officer. Excise office 
Smith, David, pastry baker, &c. 241 Gallowgate 
Smith, David, edge tool maker, 13 Risk street 



SMITH. 279 

Smith, Duncan, gardener, SS-I Argyll street 

Smith, Duncan, of Chisholm, SmiUi Sf Co. house 29 

Richmond street 
Smith, D. commission merchant, 16 Turner's court, 

house 43 Clyde buildings 
Smith, Finlay, tailor, 66 Back wynd 
Smith, George, Port-Dundas acid works, 74 Miller 

street, house 37 Virginia street 
Smith, George, bookseller and stationer, 92 Trongate 
Smith, George, & Sons, wholesale linen and woollen 

warehouse, 34 London street 
Smith, Hugh, of M'Bean, Smith S^ Co. house 14 

Blythswood square 
Sniith, Hugh Henry, sailmaker, 86Clyd« st. Anderston 
Smith, Hugh, merchant, 74 Miller street 
Smith, James, spirit dealer, 47 Centre st. Tradeston 
Smith, Rev. James, 36 Portland street, Laurieston 
Smith, James, builder, 14 Gordon street, workshop 

Renfrew street 
Smith, James, shoe shop, 3 Trongate 
Smith, James, spirit dealer, 89 Bridgegate 
Smith, James, porter, commercial bank, 66 Virginia st. 
Smith, James, baker, 2 Eglinton street 
Smith, James, earthenware dealer, 216 Argyll street 
Smith, James, piano forte tuner, at J. M'Fad7/en, sen's. 
Smith, James, spirit dealer, 36 Canning street 
Smith, James, merchant, 77 Glassford street 
Smith, Jas. & Archd. & Co. merchants, 276 George st. 
Smith, James, ofJ.S^A. Smith 8^ Co. ho. Jordanhill 
Smith, James, accountant, 4 Bridge street, Tradeston 
Smith, James, London tavern, 49 Trongate 
Smith, James, hat maker, 73 Gallowgate 
Smith, James, spirit dealer, Main street, Bridgeton 
Smith, James, grocer & spirit dealer, 48 Orr st. Calton 
Smith, Jas. of Smith 8^ Thomson, ho. 18 Monteith row 
Smith, James, grocer, 130 High street 
Smith, J. teacher, 27 Green st. Calton, ho. Russell st. 
Smith, John, warper and winder, 27 Wilson street 
Smyth, Rev. Dr. John, of St. George's, 63 Sauchie- 

hall road 



280 SMITH. 

Smith, John, hosier, 5 Main street, Gorbals 
Smith, John, tailor, 6 Saltmarket 
Smith, John, grocer, 63 New Bridge street 
Smith, John, hardware merchant, 22 Saltmarket 
Smith, John, spirit dealer, 181 Gallowgate 
Smith, John, permit writer, Excise office 
Smith, John, spirit dealer, 53 Orr street, Mile-end 
Smith, John, & Son, booksellers and stationers, and 
Glasgow circulating library, 54* Virginia street, and 
95 Wilson street 
Smith, John, youngest, of John Smith &<^ Son^ house 

70 West St. Vincent street 
Smith, John, builder, 14 Gordon street 
Smith, John, manufacturer, 96 Virginia place, house 

73 Portland street, Laurieston 
Smith, John, hardware merchant, 38 Argyll street 
Smith, John, vintner, 21 Graham square 
Smith, John, wright, Main street, Bridgeton 
Smith, John, horse dealer, Dalmarnock road 
Smith, John, grain merchant, 21 Charlotte street 
Smith, Jolin, spirit dealer, 16 Struthers street, Calton 
Smith, John, victualler, 7 Clyde street, Calton 
Smith, John, spirit dealer, 46 Broomielaw 
Smith, John, baker &spirit dealer, 29 Broad st. Mile-end 
Smith, John, tinsmith, 245 Gallowgate 
Smith, John, teacher, 67 Crown street 
Smith, John, hosier, 1 1 and 13 High st. ho. Bellevue 
Smith, John, smith, 6 Frederick lane 
Smith, John, 46 Ingram street, house 48 Oxford street 
Smith, John, gardener, 384 Argyll street ' 
Smith, John, furnishing shop, 235 Argyll street 
Smith, John, horse dealer, 176 Main street, Gorbals 
Smith, John, tailor and clothier, 222 Argyll street 
Smith, John, of Robert Smith 8^ Son, house Port- 
Dun das road 
Smith, Joseph, card maker, 122 Saltmarket 
Smith, Maxwell & Co. tailors, 109 Trongate 
Smith & M'Isaac, soap and candle manufacturers, 193 

Trongate, works 60 High street 
Smith, Michael, broker, 5Q Bridgegate 



SMITH. 2S1 

Smith, P. writer, 37 Glassford st. ho. 270 George st. 
Smith, Patrick & Thos. corn merchants, 38 Union st. 
Smith, Patrick, of P. 8^ T. Smith, house 60 Oswald st. 
Smith, Peter, slater, 139 Saltmarket 
Smith, Peter & Son, merchants, 33 Blackfriar street, 

house 22 Carlton place 
Smith, Peter, spirit dealer, 42 St. Ninian street 
Smith, Peter, upholsterer, 255 George street 
Smith, R. M. merchant, 33 Blackfriar street 
Smith, Robert, of Gibh &; Smithy house 108 Fife place 
Smith, Robert, watchmaker, 49 Brunswick place 
Smith, Robert, spirit dealer, 35 Gallowgate 
Smith, Robert, Ship Bank, house 6 Wellington street 
Smith, R. & Son, chemical works, Port-Dundas road 
Smith, Robert, brickmaker and layer, 415 Gallowgate 
Smith, Robert, cork cutter, 17 Blackfriar street 
Smith, Robert, singer, 18 North Albion street 
Smith, Robert, Bush tavern, 38 Trongate 
Smith, Samuel, last maker, 100 High street 
Smith, Stewart, merchant, 70 Miller street, house 45 

West George street 
Smith, Thomas, builder, 37 Adelphi street 
Smith, Thomas, jun. & Co. grocers, 40 Trongate 
Smith, Thomas, spirit dealer, 83 Bell street 
Smith, Thomas, grocer, 13 Main street, Anderston 
Smith, Thomas, smith, 41 Shuttle street 
Smith, Thomas, boot and shoe maker, 332 Gallowgate 
Smith, Thos. teacher of writing, Laurieston academy 
Smith & Thomson, writers, Leitch's ct. 157 Trongate 
Smith, Walter, grocer and spirit dealer, 39 Canning st. 
Smith & Wardrop, manufacturers, 71 Virginia street 
Smith, William, Stag inn, 70 Jamaica street, and 

Clyde Commercial tavern, Broomielaw 
Smith, William, victualler, 23 Eglinton street 
Smith, William, girth manufacturer, 138 Canning st. 
Smith, William, drawing academy, 19 Virginia street 
Smith, William, teacher, 18 Nicholson street 
Smith, William, victualler, 105 Main street, Anderston 
Smith, William, jun. jeweller, 136 Trongate 
Smith, W. of Smith 8^ Brown, ho. 226 Blythswood hill 
2a2 



282 SMITH— SOMERVILLE. 

Smith, William, at Hurlet S^ Campsie Alum Cos, 
Smyth, William, at John Burnet's., 90 Nelson street 
Smith, William, at Samuel M'- CuUocKs, 25 Argyll st. 
Smith, William, hair dresser, 27 King street 
Smith, William, merchant, 13 St. Andrew street 
Smith, William, & Co. merchants, 74 Buchanan street 
Smith, Mrs. John, 60 Bath street 
Smith, Mrs. John, bookseller. Cross steeple 
Smith, Mrs. broker. 111 Green street, Calton 
Smith, Mrs. 163 Moore place 
Smith, Mrs. J. cork manufacturer, 189 Gallowgate 
Smith, Mrs. lodgings, 7 Regent street 
Smith, Miss, dress maker, 1 St. Andrew lane 
Smith, Miss M. grocer, 62 King street, Tradeston 
SNEDDEN, William, Post-office, ho. 9 Macfarlane st. 
SNELL, Wm. & Co. manufacturers, 20 Ingram street 
Snell, Wm. sen. of Wm. Snell 8^ Co. house Garnethill 
Snell, William, jun. of Wm. Snell 8^ Co. house 177 

West Regent street, Blythswood square 
SNODGRASS, Geo. W. Commercial Bank 
Snodgrass, Niven, bookseller, 7 Bazar 
Snodgrass, Peter, joiner, 5 Clyde street, Anderston 
Snodgrass, Thomas, victualler, Cowcaddens 
Snodgrass, Mrs. cheOv^e dealer, 4 and 5 Bazar 
Solomon's Lodge of Free Gardeners. John Thomson, 

clothlapper, ancient father, Partick 
SOMMERS, Archd. portioner. Muslin st. Bridgeton 
SOMMERVILLE, Archibald, shoemaker, 34 King 

street, Tradeston 
Sommervill & Barclay, ironmongers, 164 Gallowgate 
Sommervill, George, vintner, 19 Saltmarket 
Sommervill, J. of Sommervill &^ Barclay, ho.249Gallow. 
Sommerville, Jas. & Co. manufact. 16 Brunswick lane 
Sommerville, James, baker, 88 Broomielaw 
Somervail, James, of Laurie, Newton 4* Co. house 

Montague place 
Sommerville, John, grocer, 95 New venal 
Sommerville, John, & Sons, manufacturers, 63 Candle- 

riggs, factory Little Govan 
Somerville, John, grocer, 24 Bell street, Calton 



SOMMERVILLE — SPITTAL, 283 



Sommerville, John, at John Loudou7i's, 49 Miller st. 
Somerville, Rev. Joseph, 51 Bellgrove place 
Sommerville, William, spirit dealer, 72 High street 
Sommerville, Mrs. W". 27 Richmond street 
Sommerville, Mrs. J. lodgings, 44 Hatcheson street 
SORLEY, Joseph, of Sorley &; Miller, ho. 34 York st. 
Sorley & Miller, messenger at arms and auctioneers, 

4 Dunlop street 
Sorley, Miss, milliner and dress maker, 5 Stockwell pi. 
SOUTHERDEN, Samuel, at Charles TennantS^ Go's, 

St. Rollox 
Spanish Vice Consul, Francis Reid, 11 Garthland 

street, house 57 George square 
SPANKIE, Mrs. school for young ladies, 44 Thistle st. 
SPEIRS, Alexander, tailor, 11 Main street, Gorbals 
Speirs, Alex. G. Culcreuch Cotton Co. 26 Ingram st. 
Spears, Alexander & William, 135 Buchanan street 
Speir, Edmond, & Co. merchants, 77 Glassford street 
Speirs, James, tobacconist, 30 Main street, Gorbals 
Speirs, James, spirit cellar, 208 Gallowgate 
Speirs, John, vintner and stabler, 11 Kent street 
Speirs, John, 106 Hutcheson street 
Speirs, John, victualler, 69 Canning street 
Spears, Robert, merchant, stamp office, Leitch's court, 

house 50 Buchanan street 
Speir, R. & T. merchants, 77 Glassford street 
Spears, Wm. J. 50 Buchanan street 
Speirs, Miss, lodgings, 32 North Frederick street 
S PENCE, Henry, tobacconist, 3 Park place, ho. 7 
Spence, James, jun. grocer, 2 Greenhill street 
Spence, John, machine maker, Reid street, Bridgeton 
Spence, John, candlemaker, 153 Gallowgate, house 15 

St. Mungo's lane 
Spence, William, shoemaker, 19 Malta street 
SPENCER, John, hardwareman, 16 Saltmarket 
Spencer, Paul, Union tavern, 44 Trongate 
Spencer, W. wholesale hardware mercht. 56 Trongate 
S PITTA L, James, spirit dealer, 25 Norfolk street 
Spittal, James, spirit dealer, 128 High street 
Spittal, James, druggist, 135 Gallowgate 



284) SPITTAL — STEEL. 

Spittal, John, spirit dealer, 70 High street 

Spittal, Dr. John, 116 Buchanan st. house 105 High st. 

SPROT, Mark, of Garnkirk. Letters left at J. and 

E. Reid's, 3 Argyll street 
SPROUL, Anderson, shoemaker, 95 Old wynd 
SPREULL, John, City chamberlain, council chambers, 

house 48 Claremont place 
SpreuU, Samuel, manufacturer, 9 Cochran street, house 

SpreuU's court, 182 Trongate 
STAINES, H. B. of Hamilton, Monteath S^ Co, house 

3 Clyde buildings 
Staines, H. B. jun. at Hamilton, Monteath 8^ Cos, ho. 

2 Clyde place 
STALKER, Mrs. fish dealer, 121 Fife place 
Stamp OfBce, 157 Trongate, James Monteath 
STAPLETON, Rev. J. H. 29 Jamaica street 
Star Masonic Lodge. James Sharp, master, 39 

Brown street, Brownfield 
STARKE, James, printer, 53 Nelson street 
Stark, Jas.victualler& spirit dealer, 14 Broad st.Mile-end 
Starke, James, & Co. manufacturers, 15 John street 
Stark, J. furnishing shop, 429 Argyll street 
Stark, Malcom, spirit dealer, 7 College street 
Starke, Malcolm, grocer, 105 Carrick street 
Stark, Robert, grocer, 10 James street, Calton 
Stark, Mrs. Ann, grocer, 39 Broad street, Mile-end 
Statute Labour office, 44 Trongate. J. Hardie 
STEEDMAN, John, grocer, &c. 31 Norfolk street 
Steedman, John, engineer, Hutcheson bridge 
STEEL, Alexander, spirit dealer, Port-Dundas 
Steel & Alexander, curriers and leather merchants, 65 

Bridgegate, and 28 New street, Calton 
Steel & Cunliff, merchants, 52 Ingram street 
Steel, Dr. Francis, 26 St. Enoch square 
Steel, Gavin, merchant, 13 St. Enoch square 
Steel, G. «Sr W. spirit dealers, 144 Gallowgate 
Steell, Geo. writer, 37 Glassford st. ho. Springgrove 
Steele, J. & A. wheelwrights & coopers, 387 Gallow. 
Steel, James, vinegar cellar, 7 Back wynd 
Steel, James, spirit dealer, 68 Bridgegate 



STEELL — STENHOUSE. 285 



Steell, James, bookseller and stationer, 15 Saltmarket 
Steel, J. Mure, writer, 60 Hutclieson street, house 2 

Maxwellton place 
Steel, James, grocer, 27 Kirk street, Gorbals 
Steel, James, & Co. agents, 101 Brunswick street 
Steel, Jas. jun. ofJas, Steel 8^ Co. ho. 67 Oswald st. 
Steel, James, victualler, 109 King street, and 17 New 

town market, and File mill 
Steel, James, manager, Clyde Shipping Co. York st. 

house 42 
Steel, James, wine and spirit merchant, Cowcaddens, 

and victualler and Post-office Receiving house, 

Port-Dundas 
Steel, John, baker, 45 Argyll street, house 43 
Steel, John, manufacturer, 89 Brunswick street 
Steel, John, grocer, 94 Canning street 
Steel, John, accountant, Thistle Bank 
Steel, John & Wm. boot and shoemakers, 9 Queen st. 
Steel, John, of J, 8^ W. Steel, house Elmbank place 
Steel, John, cooper, 33 High street 
Steel, Robert, joiner and timber mercht. 25 Thistle st. 
Steel, Robert, spirit dealer, 48 Centre st. Tradeston 
Steel, Robert, Thistle Bank, 26 Virginia street 
Steel, Thos. corn factor, Mitchell st. ho. Greenhill pi. 
Steel, Thomas, toll keeper, Barrowfield 
Steel, Thomas, & Co. ironmongers, 37 Gallowgate 
Steel, Thomas, 13 St. Enoch square 
Steel, W.& T. curriers & leather merchants, 151 Gallow. 
Steel, William, cooper, 320 Argyll street 
Steele, William, jun. of M'Pherson, M'LaucJdan mid 

Steele, house 146 Sauchiehall street 
Steel, William, smith & umbrella maker, 27 Duke st. 
Steel, Wm. & Wm. Haig, writers, 43 Argyll street 
Steel, Misses & Steedman, dress makers, 303 Argyll st. 
Steel, Misses, dress makers, 20 Stockwell place 
STEIN & Clark, merchants. North Albion court 
Stein, John, & Co. distillers, Kilbagie and Clackmannan. 

Methven Leslie, agent, 20 Stockwell 
STENHOUSE, John, & Co. printfield warehouse, 45 
Montrose street 



286 STENHOUSE STEVENSON. 



Stenbouse, Thomas, of John Stenhouse 8j Co. house 

and printfield, Crossmill 
STEPHEN, Charles, turner, 125 Bridgegate 
Stephen, David, cabinet maker, 27 Candleriggs 
Stephens, George, of Stephens 8^ Hamilton, house 34 

Cochran street 
Stephens & Hamilton, wine merchts. 34 Cochran street 
Stephen, Hugh, brassfounder, 22 Bridgegate 
Stephens, Mrs. lodgings, 25 George square 
STEVEN, Adam, baker & spirit dealer, 314 Gallow. 
Steven, Andrew, teacher, 4 Oxford street, Laurieston 
Stiven, Blair & Co. manufacturers, 59 St. Andrew sq. 
Steven, Ebenezer ,jun, at John Bartholomew 8^ Co's, ho. 

1 Coburg street 
Steven, James & Thos. cabinet makers, 28 Bridgegate 
Stevens, Jas. brassfounder, 15 Abercromby st. Calton 
Stiven, James, nailer, 5 Thomson lane, Calton 
Steven, James, writer, and agent for Protector Fire 

and British Commercial insurance Co. 29 Hutche- 

son street, house 120 Buchanan street 
Stevens, James, bootmaker, 14 and 16 Hutcheson St. 

house Clark's buildings, south end Main st. Gorbals 
Stiven, James, of Stiven, Blair 8^ Cb. house 219 St. 

Vincent street 
Stiven, John, of Stiven, Blair 8f Co. house 219 St. 

Vincent street 
Steven, Moses, of Polmadie. Letters left at T. 

Grant's, 81 Candleriggs 
Steven, Robert, coal agent, 2 Cavendish st. Laurieston 
Steven, Robert, baker, 38 Eglinton st. and 42 Bath st. 
Steven, Robert, saddler, 19 Glassford street 
Stiven, Robert, writer, 69 Nelson street, house 219 

Blythswoodhill 
Steven, Robert, ropemaker, Gallowgate 
Stiven, William, slater, 66 Trongate, slate yard 116 

Stockwell 
Stevin, Mrs. broker, 8 Great Hamilton street 
Steven, Miss S. milliner and dressmaker, 415 Gallow. 
STEVENSON, Alexander, & Co. manufacturers, 51 

South Albion street 



STEVENSON STEWART. 287 



Stevenson, Andrew, wright, 34 Upper Renfield street 
Stevenson, A. & T. writing masters, 23 South Frede- 
rick street, house 19 Richmond street 
Stevenson, David, victualler, 79 High street, house 26 

Blackfriar street 
Stevenson, Geo. of W. Stevenson 8^ Sons, house 133 

West Regent street 
Stevenson, Hugh, at WJcyte 8^ Scott's, 182 Trongate 
StevensoUp James, cotton broker, 1 04 Hutcheson street, 

house 130 Hope street 
Stevenson, J. driver, Edinburgh coach, 20 Stockwell pL 
Stevenson, James, surgeon and engineer, works 26 

Washington street 
Stevenson, James, grocer, 37 Main street, Gorbals 
Stevenson, .James, architect, 3 Greenhill street 
Stevenson, John, baker, 17 Oxford street, Laurieston 
Stevenson, John, cabinet warehouse, 19 Candleriggs, 

house 13 do. 
Stevenson, Nathaniel, of Braidwood, 90 Candleriggs, 

house 110 West St. Vincent street 
Stevenson, Nathaniel, of Oswald, Stevenson 8^ Co. 

house 109 Hope street 
Stevenson, Robert, shoemaker, 95 Canning street 
Stevenson, Robert, engineer. Old Delf Foundery 
Stevenson, Thomas, Stamp Office, 157 Trongate 
Stevenson, Thomas, merchant, 8 St. Vincent street 
Stevenson, Thomas, at Murdoch, Aitken 8^ Go's, house 

20 Stockwell place 
Stevenson, Thomas, naturalist, &c. 58 Main st. Ander- 

ston 
Stevenson, Thomas, baker, 1 1 Anderston quay 
Stevenson & Wilson, manufacturers, 69 Ingram street 
Stevenson, William, wright, 104 Main st. Anders.toni 
Stevenson, Wm. cabinet maker, 15 Deanside lane 
Stevenson, William, permit writer. Excise office 
Stevenson, William, and Sons, cotton spinners, 119 

Brunswick street 
Stevenson, Mrs. William, dyer, 6 Great Hamilton st. 
Stevenson, Mrs. Steam Boat tavern, 186 Broomielaw 
STEWART, Alexander, cartwright, 195 Barrack st. 



288 STEWART. 

Stewart, Alexander, surgeon. 111 Candleriggs, house 

Graham's buildings, 62 George street 
Stewart, Alexander W. writer, 20 Buchanan street 
Stewart, Alexander, grocer, &c. 91 M' Alpine street 
Stewart, Alexander, cotton yarn warehouse, 67 Bruns- 
wick street, house 23 Carlton place 
Stewart, Alexander, tailor, 71 Prince's street 
Stewart, Alexander, smith and farrier, Duke street 
Stewart, Alexander, cabinet maker, 7 Norfolk court 
Stewart, Andrew, fiddle maker, 131 Trongate 
Stewart, Archibald, grocer, 55 George street 
Stewart, C. & J. coopers, 33 Montrose street 
Stewart, Charles, of Stewart S^ Gordon^ writers, house 

42 Dunlop street 
Stewart, Charles, printfield warehouse, 22 Ingram st. 
Stewart & Coats, yarn merchants, 25 South Albion st. 
Stewart, Daniel, grocer, 145 Drygate bridge 
Stewart, David, at John Walker 8^ Go's. 76 Argyll st. 
Stewart, David, spirit dealer, 15 Green street, Calton 
Stewart, Duncan, spirit dealer, Dow's land. Castle st. 
Stewart, D. bookseller and stationer, 184 Trongate 
Stewart, D. cooper. Sharp's lane. Main st. Anderston 
Stewart, D. & Co. boot makers, 72 Queen street 
Stuart, F. B. tobacco & snuff manufact. 61 Gallowgate 
Stewart, George, of Stewart Sf Menzies, house 23 Mon- 

teith row 
Stewart, George, of Stewart and Wilson, house 5 

Great Hamilton street 
Stewart & Gordon, writers, 70 Hutcheson street 
Stewart, Henry, engraver and printer, 124 Trongate 
Stewart, James, spirit dealer, 33 Tureen street 
Stewart, James, wine and spirit dealer, 150 Saltmarket 
Stewart, James, & Co. Avon printfield warehouse, 22 

Ingram street 
Stewart, James, of Jas. Stewart & Go, house 50 Bruns- 
wick street 
Stewart, James, spirit dealer, 113 Graeme street 
Stewart, James, wine and spirit merchant, 378 Gallow- 
gate, house 31 Tureen street 
Stewart, James, hair cutter, &c. 4 North Clyde street 



STEWART. 289 



Stewart, James, surgeon, 53 Main street, house 4 

Malta street, Gorbals 
Stewart, James, fishmonger, 9 West Nile street 
Stewart, James, Paisley Canal office, Moodie's court 
Stewart, James, slater, 2 Norfolk street, yard opposite 
Stewart, James, shoemaker, Sauchiehall road 
Stewart, James, spirit dealer, 227 High street 
Stewart, J. farrier, 65 Jamaica st. ho. Robertson's lane 
Stewart, James, teacher, 44 Thistle street 
Stewart, J. & J. wine & spirit merchants, 75 Argyll st. 
Stewart, John G. agent, 97 Brunswick street 
Stewart, John, sen. of J. Sj- ./. Stewart, ho. 269 Argyll st. 
Stewart, J. jun. ofJ.Sj-J, Stewart, ho. 116 George st. 
Stewart, John, & Co. fleshers, 15 George street 
Stewart, John, rope- work office, 41 Argyll street^ 

works Barrack street, house 160 Duke street 
Stuart, John, bookseller, 166 Saltmarket 
Stewart, John, writer, 70 Hutcheson street, lodgings 

98 George street 
Stewart, John, & Co. ironmongers, 11 Argyll street, 

and iron warehouse, 39 Stockwell 
Stuart, John, & Co. calico printers, St. Vincent lane 
Stewart, John, of Stewart S^ Thomson, house 11 Mon- 

teith row 
Stewart, John, confectioner, 54 Kirk street, Calton 
Stewart, John, dairyman, 56 Great Hamilton street 
Stewart, John, drysalter and colour merch. 15 High st. 
Stewart, John, cutler, 11 Adam's court lane 
Stewart, J. lodgings, 126 Queen street 
Stewart, John, spirit dealer, Barrowfield toll 
Stewart, John, poulterer, 91 Argyll street 
Stewart, John, earthenware dealer, 403 Argyll street 
Stewart, John, Cossack inn, 37 Jamaica street 
Stewart & Menzies, nierchants, 36 Stirling street 
Stewart, M'Aulay, & Co. merchants, SI Stirling street 
Stewart & McDonald, warehousemen, 5 Buchanan st« 

and 142 Argyll street 
Stuart, Peter, merchant, 125 Wellington street 
Stewart, Peter, cartwright, 193 Barrack streat 
Stewart, Peter, gardener, 17 Bath lane 
2? 



290 STEWART. 

Stewart, Pott & Co. wholesale wine and spirit mer- 
chants, Old Post-office court, 114 Trongate 
Stewart, R. B, of Stewart 8^ M'Donald, house 26 

Robertson street 
Stewart & Richardson, manufacturers, 89 Brunswick st. 
Stewart, Robert, coal agent, 4 Broomielaw 
Stewart, Robert, of Stewart, M'^Aulay 8^ Co. house 

Shawfield bank 
Stuart, Robert. Letters left at James Couper's, 116 

Queen street, house Garnethill 
Stewart, Robert, of Ogilvie, Heggie 8^ Co. house 61 

Mitchell street 
Stewart, Robert, flesher, 17 Mutton market. King St. 
Stewart, Robert, grocer and spirit dealer, Govanhaugh 
Stewart, Robert, of Stewart, Pott 8^ Co. house Horn- 
bank, near Go van 
Stewart, R. & A. spirit dealers, 20 Hospital street 
Stewart, Samuel, pawnbroker, 35 Gallowgate 
Stewart & Smith, clothiers, 28 Argyll street 
Stewart, Thomas, pipe maker, 25 Saltmarket 
Stewart, Thomas, broker, 37 Stevenson street 
Stewart & Thomson, cotton spinners, 17 and 18 Aber- 

cromby street, Calton 
Stewart, Walter, & Co. brewers, Haghill. Letters left 

at W. Colquhoun's, 25 Gallowgate 
Stewart, Walter, jun. & Co. distillers, Kennyhill 
Stewart, Walter, shoemaker, 18 Main st. Anderston 
Stewart, William, hair dresser, 28 New street, Calton 
Stewart, Wm. smith and spirit dealer, 422 Gallowgate 
Stuart, William, draper, 3 Candleriggs 
Stewart, William, gardener, 29 Hospital street 
Stewart, William, merchant, 18 Hutcheson street 
Stewart, William, shoemaker, 69 King st. Tradeston 
Stewart, William, accountant. Tontine buildings, house 

13 Clyde terrace 
Stewart, Wm. of Palacecraig Coal Co. house Hart- 
field, St. Rollox 
Stuart, Rev. William, 34 Great Clyde street 
Stuart, W. stationer and foreign bookseller, 159 In- 
gram street 



ST UART STIRRAT. 291 

Stuart, W. auctioneer and appraiser, 90 Argyll street, 

house Oswald street 
Stewart, William, hardware merchant, 20 Saltmarket 
Stewart & Wilson, wire drawers and pin manufac- 
turers, 151 Old venal 
Stewart, Mrs. grocer, 15 Main street, Anderston 
Stewart, Mrs. lodgings, 120 Buchanan street 
Stewart, M. stay maker, 61 George street 
Stewart, Miss, corset maker, 29 Bridge street 
Stewart, Miss, straw hat shop, 45 Glassford street 
Stewart, Miss Janet, furnishing shop, 63 Hutcheson st. 
STIRLING, Archibald, spirit dealer, 33 Bell street 
Stirling & Co. ironmongers, 31 Gallowgate 
Stirling, Charles, ai Stirling, Gordon S^ Co's. house 

Kenmure 
Stirling, George, of William Stirling 8^ Sons, house 

West George street 
Stirling, G. victualler, 63 Rutherglen loan 
Stirling, Gordon, & Co. merchants, 63 Miller street 
Stirling, James, tailor and draper, 192 Broomielaw 
Stirling, James, writer, 31 Stirling street 
Stirling, J. C. tailor, 40 Brown street 
Stirling, John surgeon, 2 Duke street 
Stirling, John, merchant, 27 Queen street 
Stirling, John, victualler, 43 Centre street 
Stirling, John, at John Montgomerie 8^ Cos. ho. South 

Wellington place 
Stirling's Library, 52 Ingram st. M. Muir, librarian 
Stirling, R. & P. merchants, 156 Argyll street, 3 Clyde 

terrace and 231 High street, house Garnethill 
Stirling, Robert, cutler, 19 New venal 
Stirling, Robert, vintner and stabler, 80 New wynd 
Stirling, Wm. & Sons, calico printers, 14 Montrose st. 
Stirling, Wm. of W. Stirling Sf Sons, ho. Claremont pi. 
Stirling, William, baker, 14 Malta street, Gorbals 
Stirling, William, portioner, 32 Millroad street 
Stirling, Mrs. furnishing shop, 234 High street 
Stirling, Miss, at Peddie 8f Tennant's sc?iool, 10 Cam- 
bridge street 
STIRRAT, Alex. & Wm. wrights, Upper Renfield st. 



292 STIRRET — STRAN6. 

Stirret, Duncan, teacher, Cowcaddens 
Stirret, Robert, jun. coal agent, 45 John street 
Stirret, Robert, cartwright, Cowcaddens 
Stirret, Miss Mary, milliner, 40 Bell street 
Stobcross Slip Docks, Finnieston 
STOBO, William, grocer, Cowcaddens 
STOAKES, Phillip, broker, 337 Gallowgate 
STODART, A. truss hoop maker, 30 Robertson st. 
Stoddart, James, portioner, 108 Havannah 
STONES, John, victualler, 99 Green street, Calton 
STORRIE, James, merchant, 59 Brunswick st. agent 

for William Leitch & Co. sugar refiners, and agent 

for distillers, house 8 Hope street 
Storie, J. boot maker, Sauchiehall street 
STORER, Alexander, painter, 58 Main street, Gorbals 
Storer, David, house and sign painter, 184 Gallowgate 
Storer, James, oil and colourman, 188 Gallowgate 
STOW, David of Wilson, Slow S^ Co. house Ashfield, 

Sauchiehall road 
STRACHAN, Alexander, tailor, 29 King st. Calton 
Strachan, Mrs. victualler, 29 King street, Calton 
Strachan, Mrs. lodgings, 65 Renfield street 
STRANG, Alexander, spirit dealer, 144 Broomielaw 
Strang, George, writer, 6 Candleriggs 
Strang, Dr. J. house 13 Nicholson street 
Strang, John, spirit dealer, 455 Gallowgate 
Strang, John, surgeon, 158 Main st.Gorbals, ho. 136 do. 
Strang, John, & Co. wine and spirit merchants, 60 

Sockwell 
Strang, Dr. Peter, & James Drysdale, druggist, 29 

Adelphi street 
Strang, Robert R. writer, 72 Wilson street 
Strang, Robert, of Strang, Yuille 8^ Ke?/den, house 12 

Abercromby place 
Strang, Robert, session clerk, 19 South Hanover street 
Strang, William, spirit dealer, 88 Jamaica street 
Strang, William, land surveyor, 78 Great Hamilton st. 
Strang, William, spirit dealer, 7 New street, Calton 
Strang, Yuille & Keyden, writers, 21 So. Hanover st. 
Strang, Mrs. midwife, 65 Green street, Calton 



STRATHERN SUTHERLAND. St5 

STRATHERN, John, grain weigher, Port-Dundas 
Strathern, John, agent, 49 Virginia street 
Strathern, Thomas, hosier, SI Mitchell street 
STRUTHERS, Andrew, victualler, 21 Tobago street 
Struthers, Rev. Gavin, Allan place, Anderston walk 
Struthers, James, of Thorn 8^ Struthers^ house West 

Regent street 
Struthers, John, hosiery dresser, 74 Great Dowhill 
Struthers, John, auctioneer and appraiser, 26 Hutche- 

son street 
Struthers, Robert, & Sons, Greenhead brewery, 120 

Canning street, house 114 do. Orders left at John 

Wilkie's, 117 Trongate, and A. Grimshaw's, 10 

Renfield street 
Struthers, William, cotton yarn twister, 91 Graeme st. 
Struthers, William, kirk treasurer, 36 Portugal street 
Struthers, Wm. teacher, John Street lane, Bridgeton 
STURGEON, Samuel, grocer, 17 Little st. Caltoii 
SUBDEAN Grain Mills, Ladywell st. Alex. Bayne, 

manager 
SUGAR, John, flesher, 1 2 Beef market, King street, 

and 9 West Nile street 
SUN Fire and Life Office. J. Ferguson, 70 Hutche- 

son St. and James Watson, 114 Trongate, agents 
Superintendent of Public Works' office, Council 

Chambers. Dr. James Cleland, superintendent 
SURGENER, James, coal agent, 43 James st. Calton 
SUTER, John, tailor, 30 Dale street, Tradeston 
SUTHERLAND, Alex, spirit dealer, 5 King st. Calton 
Sutherland, Alex, grocer, &c. John st. lane, Bridgeton 
Sutherland, Andrew, tailor, 46 Green street, Calton 
Sutherland, David, jeweller, 124 Trongate 
Sutherland, D. H. teacher, 24 Hospital street 
Sutherland, D. basket manufacturer, 17 Candleriggs 
Sutherland, George, manufacturer, 67 and 79 Bell st. 
Sutherland, George, grate and fender maker, 147 

Upper Nile street, house 53 Cowcaddens 
Sutherland, George, spirit dealer, 32 Shuttle street 
Sutherland, J. & J. lath spliters, corner of Dixon street 

and Howard street 

2b2 



294 SUTHERLAND — SWORD. 



Sutherland, James, of J. 8^ J. Sutherland^ house 22 

Turner's court 
Sutherland, James, cooper, 29 Little Dowhill 
Sutherland, John, surg-eon, 91 Rottenrow, house 5 
Sutherland, Joseph, ^ J. 8^ J. Sutherland, house 38 

Maxwell street 
Sutherland, Joseph, upholsterer, 5 Caltonmouth 
Sutherland, Oliver, & Co. manufacts. 168 George st. 
Sutherland, Oliver, house 35 Dundas street 
Sutherland, Porteous, singer, 60 High street 
Sutherland, William, tailor, 80 High street 
Sutherland, William, of McNeil 8^ Sutherland, house 

9 Oxford street 
Sutherland, Mrs. boarding school, 26 BIythswood sq. 
Sutherland, Miss G. J. mUliner, 157 High street 
SWAN, Alex, weather-glass maker, 112 Gailowgate 
Swan, Andrew, spirit dealer, 143 Saltmarket 
Swan, Archibald, spirit dealer, 32 North Albion street 
Swan, David, hair dresser, 152 Broomielaw 
Swan, James, at Alex. Morrisons, 74 Buchanan street 
Swan, James, grocer and spirit dealer, 432 Argyll st. 
Swan, John, of Hamilton S^ Swan, house 115 North 

Montrose street 
Swan, John, spirit dealer, 75 Bell street 
Swan, Joseph, engraver and copperplate printer, 161 

Trongate, house 138 Hope street 
Swan, Mrs. A. grocer, 26 East Clyde street 
SWANSTON, William, twister, 31 Inkle factory lane 
Swedish & Norwegian Consul's office, Ingram build- 
ings. J. Ross, vice-consul 
SWEANY, E. teacher, 44 Bridgegate 
Sweeny, James, spirit dealer, 80 High street 
Swenie, John, sedan-chair office, 1 1 Nile lane 
SWEET, George, wine cellars, 1 Charlotte lane 
Sweet, Thomas, quarter-master, Charlotte lane, house 

2 Canning street, Calton 
SWIFT, James, calico engraver, 93 Brown street 
Sword, James, sen. house Annfield, 491 Gailowgate 
Sword, James, younger, wine merchant, 43 Hutcheson 

street, house 25 Richmond street 



SWORD — TASSIE. 295 

Sword, Robert, writer, 52 Virginia st. ho. Whitevale 
Sword & Wilson, mamafacturers, 5 Ingram street 
SYM, Andrew, smith, 66 High street 
Sym, Andrew, 242 George st. house 9 Brandon place 
Syme, George, at John Ferguson s, writer 
Sym, Jas. accountant, 242 George st. ho. 75 Bath st. 
Sym, Jas. mathematical instrument maker, 167 High st. 
Sym, William, 75 Bath street 
Sym, William, grocer, 29 Clyde street, Anderston 
Sym, Mrs. banbox maker, ^^ High street 
Syme, Miss, 123 Fife place 
Sym, Miss, 9 Brandon place 
Syme, Miss, 13 Monteith row 
SYMBRS, James, shoemaker, 7 Blackfriar street 
SYMINGTON, Andrew, & Co. hide and leather fac- 
tors, 18 Melville place, house 1 North Douglas street 

T 
TAINSH, John, provision merchant, 183 Trongate 
TAIT, Alexander, Glasgow coffee-house and reading 

room^, 148 Trongate 
Tait, David, wright, 29 Kirk street, Calton 
Tait, George, auctioneer officer. Excise office 
Tait, John, coal agent, 4 Dunlop street 
Tait, John, spirit dealer, Buchanan court, 44 Trongate 
Tait, John, baker and spirit dealer, 32 Parkhouse lane 
Tait, John, grocer, 2 Bell street, Calton 
Tait, Patrick, shoemaker, 144 Saltniarket 
Tait, Robert, boot and shoe maker, 54 Crown street 
Tait William, 81 High John Street 
Tait, Mrs. confectioner, 256 Argyll street 
TANNAHILL, John, spirit dealer. Main st. Bridgeton 
Tannahill & Robertson, warehousemen, 16 London st. 
Tannahill, Robert, of Tannahill 8^ Robertson, house 1 

Monteith row 
TANNOCH, Thomas, smith, 43 Gallowgate 
TARBET, John, victualler, 15 Nelson st. Tradeston 
Tarbet, W. brushmaker, 13 Candleriggs & 103 Gallowg. 
TASSIE, James & Thomas, Manchester Fire and 

Life Assurance office, 62 Brunswick street 



296 TASSIE— TAYLOR. 

Tassie, John, manager. New Clyde Shipping Co. 63 

Jamaica street, house Douglas st. Anderston walk 
Tassie, Walter, merchant, 62 Brunswick street, house 

24^ Richmond street 
Tassie, Mrs. straw hat maker, 18 Washington street 
Taxes, Inspector of, W. A. Paterson, 115 Argyll st. 
Tailors' House of Call, J. Raphael, vintner, 57 Prin- 
ce's street 
Tailors' House of Call, James Black, 10 King street 
TAYLOR, Allan, smith, 11 Main street, Calton 
Taylor, Alexander, spirit dealer, Port-Dundas 
Taylor, Charles, tailor, 18 Hospital st. Hutchesontown 
Taylor & Corbett, ironmongers, 1 1 3 Argyll street 
Tayler & Cross, writers, 82 Hutcheson street 
Taylor, Daniel, grocer, 123 Argyll street 
Taylor, David, surgeon and druggist, 148 Gallowgate 
Taylor, Ebenezer, music shop, 33 Brunswick street 
Taylor, Geo. candle and oil shop, 25 King st. Calton 
Taylor, George, dairyman, 62 Saltmarket 
Taylor, Henry, & Co. bakers, 35 Prince's street 
Taylor, Henry, shoemaker, 105 King street, Tradeston 
Taylor, Henry, & Son, grain and flour merchants, 73 

High John street 
Taylor, Henry, jun. grain and flour merchant, 73 High 

John street, house Provanside, Stirling's road 
Taylor & Brothers, cabinet makers, 1 Main street, 

Anderston 
Taylor, James, nail maker, 38 Great Hamilton street 
Taylor, James, of Taylor^ Smith S)- Co. house Parson 

street, Barony glebe 
Taylor, James, ivory turner and musical instrument 

maker, 82 John street 
Tayler, James, of Tayler 8^ Cross, ho. 62 George st. 
Taylor, James, & Co. fleshers, 112 Stockwell 
Taylor, James, grocer, 77 Gallowgate 
Taylor, James, smith, Mitchell street 
Taylor, John, & Co. muslin manufacturers, 12 Trongate 
Taylor, John, of John Taylor 8^- Co. ho. 8 Charlotte st. 
Taylor, John, plumber and lead merchant, 47 East 
Regent street, house 45 



TAYLOR — TEMPLETON. 



297 



Taylor, John, builder, 81 Crown street 

Taylor, John Paterson, at Robertson, Reid S^ Brothers, 

26 Buchanan street 
Taylor, John, victualler, 41 Nelson street, Tradeston 
Taylor, Joseph, music warehouse, 94 Argyll street 
Taylor, Matthew & Henry, spirit merchants and general 

grocers, 91 Gallowgate 
Taylor, M. jun. of Matthew Sf Henry Taylor, house 62 

Charlotte street 
Taylor, Matthew, Bridgeton public crier, Dale street 
Taylor, Robert, comb maker, 15 Gallowgate 
Taylor, Robert, builder, 71 Stock well 
Taylor, Robert, jun. & Co. wholesale grocers, 117 

Gallowgate 
Taylor, Robert, & Co. manufacturers, 12 Trongate 
Taylor, Robert, smith, &c. 88 King street, Tradeston 
Taylor, Robert, Ship Bank, house 114 Bath street 
Taylor, Smith & Co. caleiiderers, 4 Montrose street 
Taylor, Thomas, baker, 6 Clyde place, Tradeston 
Taylor, William, of Ferguson ^ Taylor, house 114 

West Bath street 
Tayler, William, edge tool maker, 60 High street 
Taylor, Mrs. Colonel, 130 West Bath street 
Taylor, Mrs. lodgings, 6 Croy place 
Taylor, Mrs. midwife, 84 Bridgegate 
Taylor, Mrs. grocer, 56 Bell street, Calton 
TELFER, Colin, pye and pastry baker, 85 Saltmarket 
Telfer, David, spirit dealer, 347 Argyll street 
Telfer, James, shoemaker, 35 Great Hamilton street 
Telfer, Thomas, collector of bridewell assessment, 28 

South Albion street 
Telfer, William, shoemaker, 59 Great Hamilton street 
Telfer, Mrs. Wm. upholstery warehouse, 8 Bridgegate 
TEMPLETON, A. portrait painter, 143 Stockwell 
Templeton, A. at Drummond &; Corbet's, 6 Saltmarket 
Templeton, Jas. brush and basket shop, 8 Candleriggs 
Templeton, Samuel, earthenware dealer, 464 Argyll st. 
Templeton, Thomas, bookbinder, 77 Brunswick street 
Templeton, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 133 

Upper Nile street 



298 TENNANT THOM. 

TENNANT, Alexander, of James Oswald S^ Co. house 

Barrowfield 
Tennent, Andrew, merchant, 86 Miller street, house 

31 North Han over street 
Tennant, Charles, & Co. manufacturers of bleaching 

articles and drysalters, works St. RoUox, warehouse 

Hoodie's court 
Tennant, Charles, of Charles Tennant S^ Co. house 

Abercromby place 
Tennant, Charles James, at Charles Tennant 8^ Co's. 

Moodie's court 
Tennent, David, clothier, 34 Hutcheson street 
Tennent, Hugh, house Wellpark, Duke street 
Tennent, J. & R. brewers, Wellpark, Duke street 
Tennent, James, grocer, 12 King street, Calton 
Tennent, John, at J. M. Steel's, 60 Hutcheson street 
Tennant, John, of Charles Tennant S^ Co. ho. St. Rbllox 
Tennent, John, writer, at A. Campbell's, 33 Ingram st. 
Tennent, Robert, of J. 4' R. Tennent, house Wellpark 
Tennent, R. jun. at D. Cuthbertsons, ho. Bath street 
Tennent, Walter, perfumer, 143 George street 
Tennent, Wm. M. at Wm. Middleton 8^ Cos. house 

Wellpark, Duke street 
TERRACE, Robert, smith, Melville street lane 
THALLON, Robt. provision dealer, 204 Gallowgate 
THEATRE Royal, Dunlop street. J. H. Alexander, 

manager 
Theatre, York street. F. Seymour, manager 
THISTLE Bank, 26 Virginia street 
Thistle masonic lodge. D.M'Lean, master, 41 London st. 
Thistle and Rose masonic lodge. James Leslie, 

vintner, master, 29 East Clyde street 
THOM, Buchan, shoemaker, 48 Saltmarket, house 44 

George street 
Thorn, James, lapidary, 15 Hutcheson street 
Thom, J. piano forte teacher, St. George's rooms 
Thom, Robert, wine and spirit dealer, 223 Gallowgate, 

house 4 Russell street 
Thom & Struthers, Rothesay yarn warehouse, 40 Glass- 
ford street 



fHOM THOMSON. 299 

teaclier, 1 Little Dovehill 
Thorn, William, & Co. spirit dealers, 76 King street 

and 39 Back wynd 
Thorn, Mrs. James, spirit dealer, 1 50 Gallowgate, ho. 

20 Charlotte street 
THOMAS, Charles, at John Thomas S^ Cos. 
Thomas, James, broker, 233 Gallowgate 
Thomas, John, clothier and hatter, 60 Argyll arcade 
Thomas, John, & Co. coach makers, 32 John street 
Thomas, John M. merchant, 19 South Hanover street 
Thomas, W. H. of Hunter, Thomas 8^ Co, house 16 

Hope street 
THOMSON, A. & A. & Co. merchants, 16 Queen st. 
Thomson, A. of A. Sf A. Thomson S^ Co. house 5 King- 
ston 
Thomson, A. pattern lasher. Sharp's lane, Anderston 
Thomson, Alexander, spirit dealer, 26 Eglinton street 
Thomson, Alexander, haberdasher, 24 Wilson street 
Thomson, Alex, grain dealer, 15 Wellington street 
Thomson, Andrew, surgeon, 6 Little street, Calton 
Thomson, Andw. sen. at Peter Burn 8^ Cos. 132Trong. 
Thomson, Andrew, Garnkirk and Glasgow Railway 

office, near St. Rollox 
Thomson, Andrew, music seller and teacher, 111 Bu- 
chanan street, house Garnethill 
Thomson, Andw. at W?n. Knox Sf Cos. 14 Montrose st. 
Thomson, Andrew, watch and clock maker, 50 Glass- 
ford street 
Thomson, Arthur, tailor, 320 Argyll street 
Thomson, Brown, surgeon, Burnside, Port-Dundas 
Thomson, Charles, spirit dealer, 33 Hutcheson street 
Thomson, David, boot maker, 122 Buchanan street, 

house 22 Union street 
Thompson, David, tailor, 90 Glassford street, house 

29 Bain's place 
Thomson, D. & D. general furnishers, Cowcaddens 
Thomson, David, victualler, 18 Marlborough street 
Thomson, David, stabler, 27 Charlotte street ^ '^ 

Thomson, David, wine and spirit dealer, 59 George st', 
Thomson, David, spirit dealer, St. Rollox 



300 THOMSON. 



Thomson, Dugald, spirit cellar, 171 Duke street 
Thomson, Dugald, spirit dealer, 85 Nelson street 
Thomson, D. boot and shoemaker, 112 Argyll street 
Thomson & Edmiston, joiners and cabinet makers, 18 

and 43 Thistle street 
Thomson, Gavin, grocer, 7 Oxford street 
Thomson, G. stamper, Post-office, ho. Lyceum court 
Thomson, George, & Co. hosiers, 3 High street 
Thomson, George, of Billhead. Letters left at P. 

Thomson's, 176 Trongate 
Thomson, G. of G. 8f W. Miller S^ Co. ho. 5 Union st. 
Thomson, Dr. George, 127 Argyll street 
Thomson, Hugh, turner, 28 Spoutmouth 
Thomson, James, bookbinder, 5 Hutcheson street 
Thomson, James, of James Donaldson 8f Co. house 16 

Kingston place 
Thomson, J. & M. tea dealers, 93 Trongate and 1 

King street 
Thomson, James, druggist, 81 Canning street 
Thomson, James, spirit dealer, 26 Crown street 
Thomson, James, 84 Queen street, agent for James 

Haig & Son, distillers, Lochrin 
Thomson, James, hosier, 4 Trongate 
Thomson, James, Gorbals distillery, 20 Kirk street, 

house 56 Portland street, Laurieston 
Thomson, James, baker, 155 Main street, Gorbals 
Thomson, James, teacher, Barrowfield toll 
Thomson, John, potter, 1006 Gallowgate 
Thomson, John, plasterer, 1 1 Thistle street 
Thomson, John, wright & builder, 43 Eglinton street 
Thomson, John, bookseller & stationer, 29 Argyll arcade 
Thomson, John, spirit dealer, 92 Gallowgate 
Thomson, John, wine and spirit dealer, 2 1 Argyll st. 
Thomson, John, sen. reed maker, &c. 93 High street 
Thomson, John, dairyman, 82 George street 
Thomson, John, dyer, 16 Campbell street 
Thomson, John, silk and woollen dyer, 52 London st. 
Thomson, John, sasine office, 109 Fife place 
Thomson, John, architect, 108 Argyll street 
Thomson, John, tailor, 141 Stockwell 



THOMSON. 301 



Thomson, Jobn, tonnage office, 3 Brown street 
Thomson, John, grocer, 36 London street, house 27 

Charlotte street 
Thomson, John, teacher, Barrowfield school, house 1 

Green street, Calton 
Thomson, J. B. stationer and librarian, 27 Nelson st. 
Thomson, J. of Thomson S^ MacConnell, ho. Stobcross 
Thomson, L. B. merchant, 56 Portland st. Laurieston 
Thomson & MacConneU, Steam Boat agents, 19 

Jamaica street 
Thomson, Mathew, Port-Dundas bridge 
Thomson, Mat. edge tool maker, 19 Kirk st. Calton 
Thomson, Mungo, wholesale and retail tea and spirit 

merchant, 24 Kirk street, Gorbals 
Thomson, N. vintner, 2 Broomielaw & 92 Jamaica st. 
Thomson, Patrick, tea & coffee merchant, 176 Trongate 
Thomson, Patrick, distiller, New street, Calton 
Thomson, Robt. manufacturer, 39 St. Andrew square 
Thomson, Robert, & Sons, Adelphi cotton works, 

Hutchesontown, house Camphill 
Thompson, Robert, silver plater, 33 Stockwell 
Thomson, Robert, Town Clerk's office. Council cham- 
bers, house 43 North Hanover street 
Thomson, Robert, spirit dealer, 1 Cavendish street 
Thomson, Robert, pewterer, 44 London street 
Thomson, Robert, spirit dealer, 73 Bishop street 
Thomson, Robert, ropemaker, Duke street 
Thomson, R. of Smith 8^ Thomson, ho. 61 Portland st. 
Thomson, Robert, spirit dealer, 21 Bell street 
Thomson, Robert, mort-cloth office, 67 Bell street 
Thomson, Samuel, tea dealer, 46 Eglinton street 
Thomson, T. S. merchant, 2 West Nile street, house 

Gayfield, Woodside road 
Thomson, Thomas, tailor, 1 William st. Greenhead 
Thomson, Thomas, road contractor, 27 Commerce st. 
Thomson, Thomas, stripe and check manufacturer, 15 

Candleriggs, house 5 Great Hamilton street 
Thomson, Dr. Thomas, regius professor of chemistry, 
; 100 St. Vincent street 

Thomson, T. of Peebles ^ Thomson, ho. 17 Gordon st. 
2 c 



302 THOMSON — TODD. 



Thompson, Thomas, tailor, 56 Calton-mouth 
Thomson, William, house 10 Coburg lane, Laiirieston 
Thomson, William, merchant, 27 Queen street 
Thomson, William, fleslier, 1 Bell street market 
Thomson, Dr. William, 67 West Regent street 
Thomson, William, hosier, 3 High street 
Thompson, Wm. leather merchant, 6 Stirling square 
Thomson, William, vintner, 88 Trongate 
Thomson, William, 4 Adelphi place, Hutchesontown 
Thomson, Rev. William, ho. Crossvale, Hangingshaw. 

Letters left at Wm. Clark's, grocer, 52 Hospital st. 
Thomson, William, Castlemilk cottage 
Thomson, William, ramshorn tavern, 131 Candleriggs 
Thomson, W. of G. S^ W. Miller &^ Co. ho. 5 Union pL 
Thomson, William, tailor, 76 Gallowgate 
Thomson, William, jun. tea dealer, 53 Nelson street, 

house 53 St. Andrew square 
Thomson, Wm. A. at Hugh Fergusons, 23 Cochran st. 
Thomson, Mrs. Robert, spirit dealer, 16 Bridgegate 
Thomson, Mrs. commercial lodgings, 15 London st. 
Thomson, Mrs. F. furnishing shop, 165 Ingram street 
Thomson, M. straw hat shop, 46 Nelson street 
Thomson, Miss, teacher of vocal music, Garnethill 
Thomson, Miss Janet, grocer, 19 Main street, Gorbals 
THORBURN, Beith & Co. manufacts. 88 Glassford st. 
Thorburn, George, 88 Glassford street 
Thorburn, John, green grocer, 40 Shuttle street 
Thorburn, Thomas, shoemaker, 9 Trongate 
Thorburn, Janet, boot and shoe shop, 32 Saltmarket 
Thorburn, M. boot and shoe warehouse, 24 Saltmarket 
Thorburn, Mrs. spirit dealer, 50 Howard street 
THYNNE, William, grocer, 41 Dale street, Tradeston 
TIDY, Lieut. Col. C. B. inspecting field officer, 6 

Sommerville place 
TIERNEY, James, coal merchant, 10 Hospital street 
TILLER Y, Robert, druggist & herbalist, Cowcaddens 
TIMPANY, Robert, spirit dealer, 20 Alston street 
TODD, Charles, manufacturer and calico printer, 102 

Virginia pi. works Springfield, ho. 32 St. Vincent pi. 
Todd, David, cotton spinner, Springfield 



TODD — TRADES. 303 

Todd, David, boot and shoemaker, 21 Norfolk street 

Todd, James, umbrella maker, 139 Stockwell 

Todd, James, at Lilburn 8^ Moirs 

Todd, John, of Reid 8^ Todd, house 28 Crown street 

Todd, John, & Co. calico printers, 21 So. Frederick st. 

Todd, John, & Co. smiths, 66 Old wynd 

Todd, William, pye baker, 63 King street 

Todd, Wm. at Henry Monteith S^ Co s.ho. II Miller St. 

Todd, Misses J. & M. dress makers, 35 Charlotte street 

TOLMIE, Alex. & Son, wholesale and retail comb 

manufacturers and hardwaremen, 95 and 155 Argyll 

street, house 18 Union place 
TOMILTY, P. teacher, 20 Charles street, Calton 
TOMLINSON, Mrs. ban box maker, 38 Brunswick pi. 
Tonnage Ofl&ce, 3 Brown st. J. Thomson, manager 
Tontine Inn and Hotel, exchange buildings, Trongate 
TORRANCE, Andrew, flesher, 272 Gallowgate 
Torrance, James, builder, 1 Little Dowhill 
Torrance, John, builder, 45 Oswald street 
Torrance, John spirit dealer, 32 Main st. Anderston 
Torrance, Robert, grocer, 131 New venal 
Torrance, Thomas, teacher, 1 C'harlotte lane 
Torrance, William, wholesale and retail warehousemen, 

25 Trongate, house 32 Stockwell 
TOPPING, Thomas, broker, 64 Kirk street, Calton 
TO WART & Co. glaziers, 21 Gallowgate 
To wart, Hugh, writer, 182 Trongate 
Towart, Robert, cabinet maker, 203 Argyll street and 

36 Alston street 
Towart, Robert, window glazier, 7 Ann street 
TOWERS, Andrew, spirit dealer, 37 John street 
Tower, Finlay, commercial agent, 43 Queen street 
Towers, John, Prof. Moore place, 156 W. George st. 
Towers, John, commission merchant, 114 Buchanan st. 
Towers, Wm. writer, 93 Glassford st. ho. 6 Moore pi. 
TOWNEND, Geo. & Brothers, worsted spinners and 

worsted heddle yarn manufacturers, 49 Virginia st. 
Town's Hospital, Great Clyde street 
TOY, Charles, blacking maker, 79 Canning st. Calton 
Trades' Hall, 85 Glassford street 



304 trades'- — TURNBULL. 

Trades' Mort-Cloth Office^ 67 Bell street. R. Thom- 
son, clerk 
TRAIN, Richard, flesher, 39 Stevenson street 
Train, Thomas, flesher, 45 Kirk street, Calton 
TRAINOR, Mrs. Hu^h, dress and corset maker, 381 

Argyll street 
TRENOR, Patrick, spirit dealer, 23 Burnside lane 
Trenor, Mrs. Patrick, spirit dealer, 110 Bridgegate 
TROUP, Alex, keeper. Lock Hospital, 151 Rottenrow 
TULLOCH, William, spirit dealer, 279 Argyll street 
TULLY, A. dress maker, 16 Gibson street 
TURNBULL, Rev. Alexander, house 51 Bellgrove 
Turnbull, Archd. messenger, 29 Bridgegate, house 22 

Sidney street 
Turnbull, A. & J. & Co. manufacturers, 145 Ingram st. 
Turnbull, Charles, shoemaker, 49 St. Andrew square 
Turnbull & Co. manufacturing chemists and vinegar 

makers, 229 George street, works Camlachie 
Turnbull, Gavin, grocer, 61 Drygate 
Turnbull, Hector, 213 Buchanan street 
Turnbull, James, slater, 54 Main street, Gorbals 
Turnbull, James, spirit dealer, 9 Mitchell street 
Turnbull, James, furnishing shop, 431 Galiowgate 
Turnbull, James, accountant, and agent for the Leeds 

and Yorkshire Insurance Co. 29 Brunswick place, 

house Holland place 
Turnbull, John, of A. S^ J. Turnbull 8f Co. ho. Mon^ 

tague place 
Turnbull, John, jun. at Turnbull 4' Cos. house 224 

St. Vincent street 
Turnbull, John, manufacturer, 33 Virginia street 
Turnbull, J. & S. confectioners, 30 High street 
Turnbull, John, lodgings, 12 Wood lane, Broomielaw 
Turnbull, John, ropemaker, 371 Argyll street 
Turnbull, Joseph, spirit dealer, Govanhaugh 
Turnbull, Robert, tailor. Brown street, Bridgeton 
Turnbull, Robert, flesher, 253 High street 
Turnbull, Sandeman, merchant, 90 Candleriggs^ house 

213 Buchanan street 
Turnbull, William, grocer, Cranston street, Auderston 



TURNBULL TWEEDIE. 305 

Tiirnbull, William, grocer, 129 Fife place 
Tui-nbuU, William, spirit dealer, 81 New wynd 
Turnbull, Mrs. Geo. spirit dealer, 91 Upper Renfield st. 
TURNER, Alex. & Co. spirit cellar, 81 Wilson street 
Turner, A. of Alex. Turner Sf Co. ho. 49 Virginia st. 
Turner, Alex, messenger, ho. and office 197 Trongate 
Turner, Alex. Mrs. Rankine's, 29 College street 
Turner, Angus, writer, council chambers, house 1.50 

West Bath street 
Turner, Archibald, writer, 22 Gallowgate 
Turner, Claud, painter, 91 Graeme street, house 26 

Campbell street 
Turner, Cook & Co. brass founders, 43 Gallowgate 
Turner, Daniel, spirit dealer, 104 Union street 
Turner, D. grocer, 209 Argyll st. ho. 10 Jamaica st. 
Turner, Duncan, writer, 37 Virginia street, house 114 

North Montrose street 
Turner's spirit cellar, 55 Bell street 
Turner, Gavin, grocer, 61 Drygate 
Turner, George, reed maker, 189 High street 
Turner, George, stationer, 42 and 44 Wilson street, 

house 49 Renfield street 
Turner, James, horse dealer, M'Farlane street 
Turner, James, 12 Saltmarket, house Thrushgrove 
Turner, Jas. jun. at Geo. Turner's, 44 Wilson street 
Turner, James, flesher, 6 Adelphi street 
Turner, James, druggist, 26 Union street 
Turner, John, messenger, &c. 40 Candleriggs 
Turner, John, of M^Lellan Sf Turner, house 2 King- 
ston place 
Turner, William, hardware merchant, 12 Saltmarket 
Turner's, Mrs. lodgings 10 Russell street 
TURVEY, George, jeweller, 145 Trongate 
TWADDELL, Wm. spirit proof maker, 84 Saltmarket 
TWEEDIE, Alexander, of Cuthbertson 8^ Tweedie, 

Morrison's court, 108 Argyll street 
Tweedie, David, of Tweedie 4* Robertson, house 60 

Oswald street 
Tweedie, David, wine & spirit merchant, Main street, 

Anderston 

2c2 



306 TWREDIE — URQUHART. 

Tweedie, James, of Cuthhertson 8^ Tweedie^ house 173 

Buchanan street 
Tweedie, Nical, writer, 37 Glassford street 
Tweedie & Robertson, wholesale butter and spirit 

stores, 11 and 14 Spoutmoutb, and 347 High street 



U 

UNION Baking Society, 89 Union street 

Union and Crown Masonic Lodge. John Dougall, 

master. Mile-end 
Union Victualling Society, Main street, Bridgeton 
Union Victualling Society, 21 Stobcross »t/eet, An- 

derston, Neil Hutchison, manager 
Ure, Alexander, confectioner and pastry baker, 25 

Hutcheson street, and butter merchant, 21 do. 
Ure & Bankier, calenderers, 16 and 20 Montrose st. 
Ure, David, baker and spirit dealer, 8 Kirk st. Calton 
Ure, George, 36 Kent street 
Ure & Henderson, clothiers, 30 Queen street 
Ure, James, merchant, 16 St. Enoch square 
Ure, James, constable, sheriff and commissary officer, 

38 Broomielaw 
Ure, James & Robert, wine merchants, 90 Bridgegate 
Ure, John, of Ure 8f Bankier^ house 49 Montrose st. 
Ure, John, optician, 136 High street 
Ure, John, tailor, 4 S'poutmouth 

Ure, John, surgeon, 10 Adelphi st. ho. 14 St. Ninian st. 
Ure, John, baker, 159 Bridgegate 
Ure, John, of Croyure, Ure place, Montrose street 
Ure, Robert, merchant, 74 Buchanan street 
Ure, Robert, umbrella maker, 322 Argyll street 
Ure, William, & Son, mathematical instrument makers, 

109 Candleriggs and 120 Brunswick street 
Ure, William, at James Crwns, 50 Wilson street 
URIE, A. spirit dealer, Port-Dundas 
Urie, John, cutler, 88 Gallowgate 
Urie, Clarke & Chattaway, Misses, milliners, 52 West 

Nile street 
URQUHART, Jas. spirit dealer, 17 Merchant lane 



URQUHART WADDELL. 307 

Urqiiliart, William, of White^ Urqukart 8^ Co, house 

Blythswood place 
Urquhart, Miss, Boarding school for Young Ladies, 

67 Buchanan street 

V 
VALANCE, Mrs. beamer, 31 Stevenson st. Calton 
VANBECK, John, shoemaker, 37 Great Hamilton st. 
VARY, Wm. clerk of the peace for the county of Lan- 
ark, office 35 Miller street, ho. 40 Charlotte place 
VASSIE, Thomas, boot and shoemaker, 245 High st. 
VEITCH, William, flesher, 16 Stobcross street 
VIRTUE, John, jun. 138 Argyll street 
Virtue, John, fruit merchant, 62 Trongate 
Virtue, Peter, fruiterer, 146 and 148 Queen street 

W 
WADDELL, Alex. Stonefield, near So. Wellington pi. 
Waddell, Archibald, accountant, 24 Miller street, house 

Ewing place 
Waddell, Jas. at Finlays, Alston 8f Cos. 55 Queen st. 
Waddell, John, watchmaker, 19 Gallowgate 
Waddell, Matthew, tailor, 2 Green street, Calton 
Waddell, Matthew, of Peter Dodd 8^ Co. 31 Hutche- 

son street 
Waddell, Robert, Ewing place, Argyll street 
Waddell, Robert, spirit dealer, Douglas street 
Waddell, R. & Son, upholsterers, 12 Buchanan street 
Waddell, Robt. & Co. bootmakers, 7 Hutcheson street 
Waddell, Robert, tobacconist, 9 Govan street 
Waddell, Thomas, & Co. manufacturers, 18 South 

Frederick street 
Waddell, T. of Thos, Waddell 8^ Co. lodging 4 Col- 
lege street 
Waddell, Wm. writer, 11 Miller st. ho. 59 Union st. 
Waddell, Wm. leather merchant, 13 Great Dowhili 
Waddell, William, sui-geon, 317 Argyll street 
Waddell & Yeats, tobacconists, 221 Gallowgate 
Waddell, Mrs. boarding school, Finnieston house 
Waddell, Mrs, confectioner, 439 Argyll street 



308 WADDELL WALKER. 

Waddell, Misses J. & M. milliners, 50 Argyll arcade 
WAITE, John, & Co. warehousemen, 17 Nelson st. 
WALES, Henry, ropemaker, 54> Stockwell, works 

1 Bedford street, Laiirieston 
WALKER, Adam, surgeon, 18 Adelphi strefet 
Walker, Alexander, sherifF-officer and constable, 85 

Green street, Calton 
Walker, Alexander, merchant tailor, 80 Saltmarket 
Walker, Alexander, & Son, smiths, 480 Gallowgate 
Walker, Archibald, victualler, 46 Mitchell street 
Walker & Co. Lanark cotton yarn warehouse, 105 

Miller street 
Walker, Charles, merchant, 36 Gallowgate 
Walker, David, carter, Burnside, Port-Dundas 
Walker, David, victualler, 52 Adelphi street 
Walker, David, American consul office, 72 Virginia st. 

house Bath street 
Walker, Rev. Edward, at Mrs. Paul's, 41 Howard st. 
Walker, Gabriel, manufacturer, 30 Montrose street, 

house Rockvilla 
Walker, Gavin, sen. 93 Virginia st. ho. 1 02 W. Bath st. 
Walker, Gavin, jun. house 145 North Wellington st. 
Walker, G. L. manufacturer, 95 Candleriggs, house 

51 North Hanover street 
Walker, George, stabler, Burnside, Port-Dundas 
Walker, George, shoemaker, 71 New wynd 
Walker, James, victualler, 71 Clyde street, Anderston 
Walker, James, Tontine Hotel, Exchange 
Walker, James, perfumer, 39 Glassford street 
Walker, James, baker, Burnside, Port-Dundas 
Walker, James, & Co. manufacturers, 8 South Frede- 
rick street, house 55 Bath street 
Walker, James, grocer, 91 King street, and cabinet 

maker, 25 Nelson street, Tradeston 
Walker, Jas. baker and spirit dealer, 6 New Bridge st. 
Walker, John, victualler, 53 Nelson street, Tradeston 
Walker, John, St. John's Commercial school, 34 

M'Farlane street 
Walker, John, cabinet maker & upholsterer, 30 Thistle 

street, house 188 Main street, Gorbals 



WALKER. 309 

Walker, John, & Co. grocers, 76 Argyll street 
Walker, John, of John Walker Sf Co. ho. 95 Argyll st. 
Walker, John, spirit dealer, 32 Market street 
Walker, John, beadle and keeper of Cathedral lodge 
Walker, John, spirit dealer, 4 Mitchell street 
Walker, John, commission warehouse, 48 Nelson st. 

house 250 High street 
W^alker, John, nursery and seedsman, 13 Clyde place 
Walker, John, writer, I Antigua place 
Walker, Laurence, spirit dealer, 63 Gallowgate 
Walker & M'Crone, provision merchts. 195 Argyll st. 
Walker, Matthew, cartwright. Burn side, Port-Dundas 
Walker, Robt. & Son, manufacturers, 93 Virginia st^ 
Walker, Robert, of Robert Walker <^ Son, house 102 

West Bath street 
Walker, Robert, beadle to Rev. Mr. Armstrong, 36 

Great Hamilton street 
Walker, Robert, gingerbread baker, 144 Broomielaw 
Walker, Robert, provision dealer, 77 Argyll street 
Walker, Robert, manufacturer, 5 Montrose street, ho. 

Lethamhill ^ 

Walker, Robert, spirit dealer, 30 Jamaica street 
Walker, Robert, spirit dealer, 86 Bridgegate 
Walker, Robert, pastry baker, 69 Prince's street 
Walker, Thos. grocer & spirit dealer, 341 Gallowgate 
Walker, Wm. of White, Urquhart 8^ Co. ho. 4 Ure pi. 
Walker, William, confectioner, 49 Argyll arcade 
Walker, William, grocer, 71 Clyde street, Anderston 
Walker, William, baker, 224 Argyll street 
Walker, William, agent. Paisley Union Bank, 51 

Ingram street 
Walker, W. & J. confectioners, 47 New wynd 
Walker, William, spirit dealer. Main street, Bridgeton 
Walker, William, bookbinder, 114 Trongate 
Walker, Mrs. Alex, grocer, Dunchattan buildings 
Walker, Mrs. Alex, cowfeeder, 14 M'Farlane street 
Walker, Mrs. Jas. baker, 314 Argyll street 
Walker, Mrs. Thos. spirit dealer, 48 Union street 
Walker, Mrs. midwife, 76 King street 
Walker, Miss A. dress maker, 47 Gordon street 



310 WALKER WALLACE. 



Walker, Misses E. & M. stay and corset makers, 45 

Clyde street, Anderston 
Walker, Misses, teachers, M'Lauchlan's free school, 

head of Hig^h John street 
WALKINSH A W, Adam & Co. merchts. 66 Miller st. 
Walkinshaw, Daniel, of Walkinshaw, Adam 8f Co. ho. 

163 St. Vincent street 
Walkinshaw, James, & Co, Overton paper works 

Greenock, warehouse 107 Ingram street 
Walkinshaw, Robert, of Parkhouse, Paisley road, at 

Dow, Couper 8^ Young's, writers, 49 Ingram street 
WALLACE, Alexander, smith, 223 George street 
Wallace, Archibald, merchant, Dunlop street, house 

40 West St. Vincent street 
Wallace, David, surgeon, 155 Stockwell 
Wallace, Ebenezer, Ship Bank, house 42 York street 
Wallace, George, wright, 16 Risk street 
Wallace, James, dairyman, 34 East Clyde street 
Wallace, James, spirit dealer & beadle to Rev. Alex. 

Harvie, 16 Kent street 
Wallace, James, tea merchant, 177 High street, house 

49 Montrose street 
Wallace, James, wine & spirit merchant, 171 High st. 
Wallace, J. & J. wine and spirit merchts. 174 Gallow. 
Wallace, John, surgeon, 51 George street 
Wallace, Matthew, wright, 129 New wynd 
Wallace, Robert, tea merchant, 170 Gallowgate and 

140 Argyll street 
Wallace, Robert, spirit dealer, 7 Drygate 
Wallace, Robert, of Wallace & Watkins, house 120 

West Regent street 
Wallace, Robert, jun. teacher of mathematics, &c. 33 

George square 
Wallace, R. & Son, writing masters, 95 Hutcheson st. 

house 42 York street 
Wallace & Watkins, writers, 19 South Hanover street 
Wallace, Wm. pullicate manufact. 18 S. Frederick st. 
Wallace, William, teacher, 121 King street, Calton 
Wallace, Mrs. C. straw hat manufacturer and milliner, 

179 Argyll street 



WALLACE — WARDROP. 311 



I Wallace, Mrs. 120 West Regent street 

I WALLIS, James, at J. M'Call 8f Cos. and Cochran's 

lodgings, 48 George square 
WALLS, James, shoemaker, 58 M'Kechnie street 
Walls, John, writer, 17 Brunswick lane 
WALROND, Theodore, & Ellis, merchts. 18 S.Fred, st. 
Walrond, Theodore, merchant, 18 South Frederick st. 

house Calderpark 
WALSH, Thomas, spirit dealer, 19 Anderston quay 
WALTERS, Walter, spirit merchant, 56 Trong'ate 
WALTON, David, spirit dealer, 21 Old venal 
Walton, Jas. & Co. hair-cloth manufact. 62 Old venal 
WARDEN, Arch. & Son, merchants, 9 & 11 Virginia 

street, house Sauchiehall road 
Warden, George, of A. Warden & Son, house 24 

Blythswood square 
Warden, James, carter, 2 Well street, Calton 
Warden, J. stocking frame maker, 34 Kirk st. Calton 
WARDLAW & Co. stationers, 119 Ingram street 
Wardlaw, Ralph, & Co. merchants, 99 Buchanan st. 

West of England Fire and Life Insurance Office 
Wardlaw, Ralph, jun. of Ralph Wardlaw k Co, house 

Regent street 
Wardlaw, Rev. Dr. Ralph, ho. 83 West Regent street 
Wardlaw, Robert, Herald office, house 90 Campbell 

street, Blythswood hill 
Wardlaw, Walter, house Dixon street 
Wardlaw, William, & Co. house painters and paper 

hangers, 101 Buchanan street, house Govan 
Wardlaw, Wm. of Wm. Wardlaw & Co. ho. Lillybank 
WARDROP, D. of Wardrop & Hall, ho. Belvidere 
Wardrop, George, insurance broker, Royal exchange, 

house Greenhill place 
Wardrop & Hall, printfield wareho. 103 Glassford st. 
Wardrop, John, auctioneer & appraiser, 87 Stockwell 
Wardrop, John, merchant, Greenhill place 
Wardrop, J. & H. & Patrick Auld, coppersmiths, &c, 

34 and 36 Queen street 
Wardrop, John Allan, Dalmarnock. Letters left at 

John Flockart's, 34 Gallowgate 



312 WARDROP — WATSON. 

Wardrop, J. N. confectioner, 201 Argyll street 
Wardrop, Richard, tea shop, 16 Brunswick place, ho. 

253 Argyll street 
WARK, James, hive water maker, 131 Gallowgate 
Wark, James, turner, 14 St. Mungo's lane 
Wark, John, wine and spirit merchant, 7 Stockwell 

place, house 11 
WARREN, Timothy, at Anderston Bottle works 
Warren, W. professor of drawing, 63 John street 
Warren, Wm. & Co. tallow chandlers, 24 King street 
Warren, William, carver and gilder, 54 Maxwell st. 
WARNOCK, John, shoemaker, 76 Drygate 
Water Bailie's OflSce, 16 Robertson street 
WATERS, Andrew, manufacturer, 52 Glassford st. 
Waters, Andrew, flesh er, 46 Stevenson street, Calton 
Waters, George, shoemaker, 127 Upper Renfield st. 
Watters, John, flesher, 166 High street 
Watters, Thomas, flesher, 21 London street 
WATERSON, William, teacher, 12 New Bridge st. 
Waterson's, Mrs. lodgings, 22 Argyll street 
WATKINS, John, of Wallace & Watkins, house 69 

George square 
WATLING, William, spirit dealer, 147 Eglinton st. 
WATSON, Alex, at John Tat/lor & Cos. house 8 

Charlotte street 
Watson, Andrew, shoemaker, 93 Broomielaw 
Watson, Andrew, flesher, 21 Beef market. King street 
Watson, Andrew, jun. flesher, 20 Beef market 
Watson, Andrew, flesher, 4 King street, house 10 
Watson, Andrew, grocer, 94 Broomielaw 
Watson, Andrew, spirit dealer, 63 King st. Tradeston 
Watson, Andrew, grocer, &c. 276 and 278 High street 
Watson, Andrew, & Co. glovers, 37 Argyll arcade 
Watson, Archibald, of Fleming, Watson S^ Nairn,lw}ise 

73 Portland street, Laurieston 
Watson & Armstrong, yarn agents, 53 Candleriggs 
Watson, A. S. at Tayler 8f Cross , writers, 82 Hutche- 

son street 
Watson & Co, yarn commission agents, 8 Ingram street 
Watson, Charles, Tron Churtih beadle, 6 Saltmarket 



WATSON. 313 



Watson, David, of John Smith & Son, 34 Virg-inia st. 
Watson, David, weaving factory, Bothwell st. Letters 

left at Peter Brown & Go's. 
Watson & Dick, victuallers, 163 Gallowgate 
Watson, George, saddler, house and shop 12 Duke st. 
Watson, George, surgeon, 78 Stockwell 
Watson, Gilbert, banker, bouse 130 Buchanan street 
Watson, Hugh, wood measurer, 78 Brown street, 

Brownfield 
Watson, Jas. G. at Suchatian, Watson & Cos. house 

I Montague place 
Watson, James, agent for Edinburgh Ropery Sailcloth 

Co. of Leith, 24^ Robertson street 
Watson, James, at John Fleming s, 12 Gordon street 
Watson, James, accountant, and agent for Sun Fire 

and Life Insurance offices, 114 Trongate 
Watson, James, slater, 88 King street, Tradeston 
Watson, James, M.D. 63 West St. Vincent street 
Watson, James, victualler, 23 Stockwell, house 11 do. 
Watson, James, Glasgow bank, house 108 North 

Douglas street 
Watson, J. & R. bankers, 15 Virginia street 
Watson, John, jun. shawl manufacturer, 9 Stirling st. 

house Albion buildings 
Watson, John, of Watson ^^ Armstrong, house 152 

Rottenrow 
Watson, Mathew, spirit dealer, 25 King street 
Watson & M'Bean, millwrights and engineers, 17 Dale 

street, Tradeston 
Watson, M'Night & Co. commission agts. 8 Ingram st. 
Watson & Munro, clothiers and hatters, 15 Hutche- 

son street 
Watson, Peter, hair dresser, 14 Commerce street 
Watson, Robert, spirit dealer, 2 Portugal street 
Watson, Robert, & Sou, merchants, 19 Virginia street, 

house 67 Oswald street 
Watson, Robert, jun. of Robert Watson S^ Son, house 

67 Oswald street 
Watson, Robt. & Co. commission merchts. 23 John st, 
Watson, Robert, baker, 117 Stockwell 
2d 



314 WATSON — WATT. 

Watson, Robert, banker, 15 Virginia street 
Watson, Robert & James, ironmongers, 74 Gallowgate 
Watson, Robt. of R. 4^ J. Watson, ho. 5 Charlotte st. 
Watson, Robert, King street pottery, 42 King street, 

Calton, and spirit dealer, 43 do. 
Watson, Robert, saddler, 8 Glassford street 
Watson, Samuel, surgeon, 37 Crown street 
Watson, Thomas, of Watson, M'-Night &; Co. house 

Parson's green 
Watson, Thomas, auctioneer and appraiser, 39 Bruns- 
wick place, house Southcroft, Govan 
Watson, William, cloth merchant, 68 Queen street, 

house 47 Oswald street 
Watson, William, flesher, 19 Beef market, King street 
Watson, Wm. vintner and preserver of birds, quadru- 
peds, &c. 8 Charlotte street 
Watson, William, of David Laird S^ Co. house 10 St. 

Vincent place 
Watson, William, writer, 24 Miller street, house 205 

Brandon place 
Watson, William, of Agnew, Watson 8f Eainey, house 

3 Brandon place 
Watson, William, jun. manufacturer, 163 Ingram st. 

house, Burnbank, Townmill road 
Watson, William, boot and shoe maker, 15 Adelphi st. 
Watson, Wm. of Watson S)- 3PBea7i,\\o. 10 Centre st. 
Watson, Wm. & Sons, manufacturers, 9 Cochran street 
Watson, Mrs. E. spirit dealer, 12 Dundas street 
Watson, Mrs. school of industry, North Hope street 
Watson, Mrs. Watson's court, 194 Gallowgate 
WATT, Adam, baker, 85 Renfield street 
Watt, Alexander, & Co. spirit dealers, 140 and 142 

Main street, Gorbals 
Watt, Alexander, prof, of astronomy and geography, 

Anderson's university, and 153 Queen street 
Watt, Alexander, Commercial Bank, 66 Virginia sL 
Watt, Archibald, 72 Sauchiehall road 
Watt, George, surgeon, 34 Glassford street, house 27 

Saracen's lane 
Watt, James, old strong ale house, 10 Cochran street 



WATT — WEIR. 315 

Watt, James, measuring line maker, 407 Arg-yll street 
Watt, James, of Watt, Pirrie 8^ Co. ho. 2 Windsor pi. 
Watt, James, architect. Turner's court, 87 Argyll st. 
Watt, John, manufacturer, 94 Hutcheson street, house 

119 Hope street 
Watt, John, spirit merchant, 82 Bridgegate 
Watt, John, builder, Sauchiehall road 
Watt, John, ofStepJien Miller 8^ Co. ho.27Saraceu lane 
Watt, John, victualler, 130 Gallowgate 
Watt, John, surgeon, Argyll court, 90 Argyll street 
Watt, Pirrie & Co. merchants, 23 Union street 
Watt, R. muslin & lace manufacturer, 94 Hutcheeoii St. 
Watt, Robert, jun. at Campbell 8f Watt's, 79 Argyll st. 
Watt, Robt. ofJas. M'DougallS)^ Co. ho. 13 Adelphi st. 
Watt, Tiiomas, & Co. clothiers, 64 Saltmarket 
Watt, Mrs. dress maker and milliner, 74 Argyll street 
WAUGH, John, baker, 406 Argyll street 
WEBB, Hugh, spirit dealer, 37 Old wynd 
WEBSTER, David, spirit dealer, 9 Main st. Gorbais 
Webster, George, spirit dealer, 290 High street 
Webster, J. Millholm paper vrarehouse, 37 Argyll st. 
Webster, John, muslin and lace printer, 112 Gallow. 
Webster, John, grocer, &c. 81 Kirk street, Calton 
Webster, R. teacher of the piano forte and singing, 107 

Buchanan street 
Webster, Robert, haberdasher, 73 Trongate, ho. 114 
Webster, S. & M. dress makers, 54 Maxwell street 
WEIR, C. & Co. trunk and banbox makers, 3 Wallace 

court and 65 George street 
Weir, D. F. surgeon, 99 Main street, Anderston 
Weir, D. tailor, Port-Dundas 

Weir, Gilbert, & Co. manufacturers, 16 Canon street 
Weir, James, spirit dealer. Main street, Bridgeton 
Weir, James, manufacturer, Woodside street. Letters 

left at 8 Argyll street 
Weir, John, architect, 15 London street 
Weir, Mathew, painter, 229 Argyll street 
Weir, Robert, paper Sc rag warehouse, 12 Jackson st. 
Weir, Robert, wholesale stationer and paper manufac- 
turer, 12 Miller street, house 16 



316 WEIR WHITE. 



Weir, Robert, juri. 12 Miller street 
Weir, William, baker, 53 Kirk street, Calton 
Weir, William, Crown hotel, 18 Anderston quay 
Weir, Dr. William, surgeon, 120 Buehanan street 
Weir, William, flesher, 19 Kirk street 
Weir, Mrs. midwife, 326 Gallowgate 
Weir, Mrs. Robert, spirit dealer, 452 Gallowgate 
Weir, Miss, teacher of the pianoforte, 120 Buchanan st. 
WELLER, T. M. M. Canal brewery, Port-Dundas 
Wellington Spinning and weaving works, Govan st. 
WELSH, Rev. David, house 145 Moore place 
Welsh, William, beamer, 58 M'Kechnie street 
Welsh, Mrs. D. furnishing shop, 125 George street 
Welsh, Miss, lodging house, 89 Back wynd 
WEMYSS, Mrs. candle shop, 49 Adelphi street 
Westthorn Colliery Office, 41 Dunlop street, and 

Shipping Office, 66 Broomielaw 
West of England Fire and Life Insurance and An- 
nuity Office, 99 Buchanan street. Gilbert Wardlaw 
& Son, agents 
West of Scotland Insurance Office, 3 South Frederick 

street. James J. Duncan, manager 
West of Scotland Rag Co. and Paper Warehouse, 78 

Maxwell street and 51 Howard street 
Westmuir Coal Office. D. Pryde, agt. 64 Broomielaw 
Western Club, 141 Buchanan st. Hector M'Lennan, 

club master 
WESTWATER, James, silk, lace and muslin ware- 
house, 116 Argyll street, house 122 Hope street 
Westwater, William, 116 Argyll street 
WHITE, Alexander, upholsterer, 34 Trongate 
White, Andrew, of Drummelzier, ho. 68 Charlotte st. 
Whyte, Andrew, of Whyte 8^ Scott, house 30 Mon- 

teith row 
Whyt, Andrew, 1 15 West Bath street 
Whyte, A. C. tea and coffee merchant, 58 Trongate, 

2 and 4 Nelson street 
White, Charles, smith, Dalmarnock road 
White, Dick & Co. Letters left at J. White's, 57 
Oswald street 



WHITE. 317 



White, Edward, of William White 8f Son, house 29 

Hutcheson street 
White, George, watchmaker and jeweller, 178 Tron- 

g"ate, house Waterport buildings, 15 Great Clyde st. 
White & Johnston, grain merchants, 192 Gallowgate 
Whyte, James, nailer, Whyte's place, Coburg lane 
Whyte, James, & Son, cabinet makers & upholsterers, 

l4o Queen street, workshop 89 West Nile street 
Whyte, James & William, & Co. yarn merchants, 53 

Wilson street 
White, John & James, manufacturing chemists, 58 

Buchanan street, works Shawfield 
White, John, Eaglesham mill yarn warehouse, 83 

Virginia street 
White, John, spirit dealer, 75 Commerce street, and 

smith, 73 
White, John, of White, Dick Sf Co. 57 Oswald street 
White, John, of White, Urquhart 4" Co. house 68 

Charlotte street 
Whyte, Joseph, brush maker, 5 Saracen lane 
White, Robert, merchant, 70 Charlotte street 
White, Robert, grocer, 38 Rutherglen loan 
Whyte, Robert, porter, British Linen Co. house 66 

North Hanover street 
Whyte & Scott, writers, 182 Trongate 
White, Robert, of Thomas Whyte 8^ Co. house 31 

Portland street, Laurieston 
Whyte, Thomas, of Blackburn Sx; Whyte, house b% 

Portland street, Laurieston 
Whyte, Thos. & Co. yarn merchants, 73 Glassford st. 
White, Urquhart & Co. manufacturers, Commercial 

court, Candleriggs 
Whyte, Walter, spirit dealer, 51 Main street, Gorbals 
White, William, & Son, confectioners, 38 Hutcheson 

«treet 
White, Wm. tobacco pipe manufacturer, 15 Gibson st. 

house North Woodside road 
Whyte, William, victualler, &c. 33 Drygate 
Whyte, \^illiam, of James S^ William Whyte &; Co. 

house 49 West Nile street 
2d 2 



S18 WHITE — WILKIE. 



Whyte, William, spirit dealer, 101 Gallowgate 

Whyte, Mrs. John, reed maker, 72 High street 

Whyte's, Mrs. lodgings, 47 Adelphi street 

White, Mrs. Garnethill 

WHITEHEAD, John, merchant, 131 Ingram street, 

house Garnethill 
Whitehead, Joseph, leather warehouse, 21 South 

Albion street 
WHITELAW, Archd, at J. S^ W. Campbell 8^ Cos. 

house 48 St. Andrew square 
Whitelaw, James, grocer, 62 and 64 Glassford street, 

house 88 
Whitelaw, Jas. & Co. quarriers, &c. 13 Cavendish St. 
Whitelaw, James, mason, 13 Cavendish street 
Whitelaw, James, wright, 77 Main street, Anderston 
Whitelaw, James, stabler, 146 Main street, Gorbals 
Whitelaw, James, leather merchant, 29 Gallowgate 
Whytlaw, John, warden or baillie of the High Church 

burying ground, 52 West Nile street 
Whytlaw, M. of P. A, Black 8^ M, Whytlaw, house 

West Renfrew street 
Whitelaw, Robert, surgeon, R. N. 462 Argyll street 
Whitelaw, Thomas, & Co. calenderers, North Albion 

court 
Whitelaw, William, mason, 13 Cavendish street 
Whitelaw, Mrs. R. vintner & stabler, 182 Gallowgate 
WHITEMAN, W. W. of Reid 8^ Whiteman, house 

241 Hill street, Garnethill 
WHYTOCK, George, at John M'Intyre <^ Cos. 
WHIGHAM, Robert, tea merchant, 27 Hutcheson st. 
Wighara, Anthony, manufacturer, 30 South Hanover 

street, house 106 West Bath street 
WICKS, George, packing officer, Excise office 
WIGHTON, Gray & Co. merchants, 62 Buchanan st. 
WILKIE, Alexander, messenger at arms, 20 Bruns- 
wick place 
Wilkie, Andw. spirit dealer, 57 Clyde st. Anderston 
Wilkie, Andrew, spirit dealer, 2 Prince's street 
Wilkie, Angus, shoemaker, 3 Canning street 
Wilkie, D. & J. writers, 4 Argyll street 



WILKIE WILSON. 319 



Wilkie, David, of D. 8^ J. Wilkie, house 28 Portland 

street, Laurieston 
Wilkie, J. ofD.SfJ. Wilkie,ho.SlPort[sind st.Laurieston 
Wilkie, John, hosier and glover, 117 Trongate, house 

31 Portland street, Laurieston 
Wilkie, John, spirit dealer, 4 Renfield street 
Wilkie, Robert, spirit dealer, 113 King street 
WILKINSON, M. tea and spirit merchant, 5 Bell st. 
WILLIAMSON, Alex, at Adamson 8^- Logan's 
Williamson, Andrevs^, basket maker, 3 Charlotte lane 
Williamson, David, spirit dealer, Port-Dundas 
Williamson, E. spirit dealer, 20 Anderston quay 
Williamson, Jas. spirit dealer, 7 Clyde st. Anderston 
Williamson, John, manufacturer, 67 Bell street, house 

John street, Greenhead 
Williamson, John, grocer & spirit dealer, 39 Bell st. 
Williamson, John, tobacconist, &c. 47 George square 
Williamson, John, basket manufact, 286 Gallowgate 
Williamson, John, jun. grocer, 52 Candleriggs 
Williamson, John, grocer, 23 Trongate, house 127 

Candleriggs 
Williamson, Peter, clothier, 36 Argyll street 
Williamson, William, currier and leather merchant, 33 

Biackfriar street 
Williamson, Mrs. milliner, 33 Argyll arcade 
Williamson, Mrs. mangier, &:c. 28 Govan street 
Williamson, Miss S. dress maker, 28 Govan street 
Williamson, Misses, straw hat makers, 141 Rottenrow 
WILLIS, J. picture framer & print seller, 56 Hutche- 

son street 
Willis, Jamieson, 58 Gordon street, and religious 

institution house 11 South Frederick street 
Willis, Rev. Michael, house 55 Sauchiehall road 
Willis, William, commission merchant, 37 Ingram st. 
WILSON, Allan, flesher, 6 Mutton market, and 6 

King street 
Wilson, Alexander, spirit ^olealer, 13 St. Mungo lane 
Wilson, Alexander, Caledonian hotel, 3 St. Enoch st. 
Wilson, Alex. & Sons, type founders, Biackfriar steps, 

house 14 College street 



320 WILSON. 

Wilson, Alexander, town-officer, 62 Bridgegate 
Wilson, A. R. tailor and clothier, 67 Union street 
Wilson, Andrew, vintner, 43 Trongate 
Wilson, Andrew, starcher, 158 Stirling's road 
Wilson, Archibald, spirit dealer, 35 CandleriggS; house 

79 George street 
Wilson, Bryce, grocer & spirit dealer, 38 Portugal st. 
Wilson & Duncan, Avriters, 139 Saltmarket 
Wilson & Ferguson, joiners, 61 St. Enoch wynd 
Wilson, Gavin, victualler, 67 King street, Tradeston 
Wilsone, George R. manufacturer, 163 Ingram street, 

house 87 West Regent street 
Wilson, George, confectioner, 119 Argyll street, house 

6 Croy place 
Wilson, George, sail cloth and pack sheet warehouse, 

14 CandleriggS, house 13 Oxford lane, Laurieston 
Wilson, Hugh, engraver, copperplate and lithographic 

printer, 197 Trongate 
Wilson, James, joiner and cabinetmaker, 28 Saltmar- 
ket, house front land 
Wilson, James, of Wilson Sf Duncan, ho. 182 Trong. 
Wilson, James, gardener, Green market, ho. Stobcross 
Wilson, James, at William Middleton 8^ Co's. 
Wilson, James, surgeon, 68 High street, house 90 
Wilson, James, jun. writer, 67 Nelson street 
Wilson, James, baker, 354 High street 
Wilson, James, shoemaker, 5 New street, Calton 
Wilson, James, 88 Stockwell 

Wilson, James, at Weir's, architect, 63 High John st. 
Wilson, James, spirit dealer, 19 Kirk street 
Wilson, James, tobacconist, 11 King street 
Wilson, James, surgeon, 41 Miller street 
Wilson, James, spirit dealer, 16 Anderston quay 
Wilson, James, candlemaker, 142 Saltmarket 
Wilson, John & Alexander, wire workers and drum 

makers, 43 Trongate 
Wilson, John C. & Co. wire workers, 17 Trongate 
Wilson, John M. boot maker, 23 Queen street 
Wilson, John, & Son, wrights, 468 Gallowgate 
Wilson, John, & Son, wire workers, 80 Trongate ' 



WILSON. 321 

Wilson, John, spirit dealer, Melville place, house 124 

Trong-ate 
Wilson, John, victualler, 53 New Bridge street 
Wilson, John, spirit dealer, 394 Gallowg-ate 
Wilson, John, of Forrester^ Ferguson 8^ Wilson, house 

109 Hope street 
Wilson, John, & Co. paper warehouse, 78 Broornielaw 
Wilson, John & James, candlemakers, 45 Saltmarket, 
207 Argyll street, and 92 Nelson street, Tradeston 
Wilson, John, sen. portioner, 30 Tureen street 
Wilson, John, grocer, Main street, Bridgeton 
Wilson, John, Gorbals session clerk, 38 Oxford st. 
Wilson, John, & Son, Harlet and Dalmarnock, Mor- 
rison's court, 108 Argyll street 
Wilson, .John, grocer, &c. 47 College st. Brownfield 
Wilson, John, wright, 29 Green street, Calton 
Wilson, John, Barrowfield distillery, ho. 43 Struthers 

street, Calton 
Wilson, John, Clyde Iron works. Letters left at 

Leitch's court, 157 Trongate 
Wilson, John, cork cutter, 109 M' Alpine street 
Wilson, John, vintner, 44 Clyde street, Anderston 
Wilson, John, of Wilson, Stow 8^ Co. house 205 

Blythswood hill 
Wilson & Kelso, manufacturers, 79 Bell street 
Wilson, M. grocer, 51 Green street, Calton 
Wilson, M. grocer, 50 Stevenson street 
Wilson & M'Intyre, writers, 40 Dunlop street 
Wilson & M'Kinlay, sewing and tambouring ware- 
house, 110 Brunswick street 
Wilson, Newal, slater, 93 High street 
Wilson, P. mathematical academy, 19 Portland street 
Wilson, Peter, tinplate worker, 2 New Bridge street 
Wilson, Richard, stationer, 77 Bell street 
Wilson, R. & J. tallow chandlers, 243 Argyll street 
Wilson, Robert, wright, 29 Gallowgate 
Wilson, Robert, spirit dealer, Dale street, Bridgeton 
Wilson, Robert, hair dresser, 8 New street, Calton 
Wilson, Robt. & Co. muslin warehouse, Antigua place 
Wilson, ^.atJ. 8^ H. WardropS^P.Auld's, 34 Queen st. 



322 WILSON. 



Wilson, Samuel, slater, 38 Stockwell 
Wilson, Samuel, umbrella, parasol and cap manufac- 
turer, 69 Candleriggs and 1 Wilson st. wholesale 
warehouse, 34 Candleriggs and 90 Bell street 
Wilson, Samuel, & Son, sugar refiners, 73 Alston st. 
Wilson, Stow & Co. silk & stuff wareho. 75 Argyll st. 
Wilson, Thomas, liair dresser, 131 Gallowgate 
Wilson, Thomas, baker, 66 Stockwell 
Wilson, Thomas, jun. baker, 116 High street 
Wilson, Thomas, architect & measurer, 87 Stockwell 
Wilson, Walter, cabinet maker, 237 Argyll street 
Wilson, Walter, reed maker, 65 High street 
Wilson, Vy alter, grocer, 37 King street 
Wilson, W. grocer, 59 Nelson street, Tradeston 
Wilson, William, hair dresser, 316 Gallowgate 
Wilson, William, wholesale boot and shoe warehouse, 

22 Hutcheson st. house Cambridge st. North end 

Wilson, William, brickmaker, builder and potter, 

Campbellfield, 642 Gallowgate. Letters and orders 

left at Robert Dougall's, 140 Trongate 

Wilson, William, spirit dealer, 1 1 St. Andrew street 

Wilson, William, writer, factor for Sir John Maxwell, 

40 Dunlop street 
Wilson, Wm. surveyor & engineer, of Scott 8f Wilson 
Wilson, William, merchant, Ingram buildings 
Wilson, William, flesher, 1 1 Eglinton street 
Wilson, William, plane maker, 32 Stockwell 
Wilson, William, Quarrytown inn 
WUson, Wm. gardener, green market, nursery and 

seedsman 113 Trongate, house Cowcaddens 
Wilson, Mrs. Alex, vintner, 47 Clyde st. Anderston 
Wilson, Mrs. grocer, Bedford street 
Wilson, Mrs. spirit dealer and confectioner, 44 East 

Clyde street 
Wilson, Mrs. J. grocer, Reid street, Bridgeton 
Wilson, Mrs. spirit dealer, 25 Goosedubs 
Wilson, Mrs. James, spirit dealer, 51 Cowcaddens 
Wilson, Mrs. tavern, 4 Wilson street 
Wilson, Miss M. grocer, 23 Main street, Gorbals 
Wilson, Miss, lodgings, 120 Buchanan street 



WILSONE — WOOD. 323 

Wilsone, Miss, 24 St. Enoch square 
WiLSONTowN Iron Office, 37 Glassford street 
WINCHESTER, Wm. at John Geddes, 69 Argyll st. 
WINE Company of Scotland. Gilbert Kennedy, 

manager, 110 Buchanan street 
WIN GATE, Alexander, of Black S^ Wingate, house 

Albany place 
Wingate, Andrew, of Wingate, Son 8f Co. house 7 

Blythswood place 
Wingate, James, & Son, insurance brokers. Royal Ex- 
change, house Garnetbank 
Wingate, James, of Westshiels, 22 Monteith row 
Wingate, John, of Ewing Sf Wingate, house 13 Mon- 
teith row 
Wingate, O. bonded warehouses, 17 Howard street 
Wingate, Son & Co. silk& shawl wareho. 62 Queen St. 
Wingate, Thomas, engineer, &c. Adelphi foundery 
Wingate, William, of Wingate, Son 8^ Co. house 7 

Blythswood place 
WINNING, Archibald, bookbinder, 85 Trongate 
Winning, George, upholsterer, 61 Union street 
WINTON, David, clothier, 99 Trongate 
Winton, John, overseer on the estate of Blythswood, 
11 St. George pi. ho. King's land, Sauchiehall road 
WISE, James, provision dealer, 74 King street 
Wise, John, flesher, 6 Beef market 
WISH ART, George, spirit merchant, 106 Queen st. 
Wishart, Henry, tinplate worker, 41 Main st. Anderston 
Wishart, James, wine and spirit merchant, Mitchell 
street, and 106 Queen street, house 34 York street 
Wishart, John, wine and spirit dealer, 11 Candleriggs 
WITHERS, John, lodgings, 26 George street 
WOOD, Alex, smith, beam and coiFee mill maker, 16 

Stockwell, house 22 Clyde place 
Wood, Alex, victualler & spirit dealer, 1 29 Saltmarket 
Wood, Francis, jun. & Rae, m*anufacts. 63 Candleriggs 
Wood, James, carter and spirit dealer, 16 William st. 
Wood, James, slater, 320 Gallowgate 
Wood, John, gothic and modern window glazier, 109 
Trongate, house above 



324 WOOD WOTHERSPOON. 

Wood, John S. of Ellis, Browne 8^ Co. 18 South Fre- 
derick street 
Wood, Walter, Germiston, at J. 8f A. Dennistoufi' s, 

7 Montrose street 
Wood, William, & Co. merchants, 7 Montrose street 
Wood, William, of William Wood 8)^ Co. house 54 

West St. Vincent street 
Wood, William, spirit dealer, 149 Main street, Gorbals 
Wood, William, shoemaker, 25 St. Andrew street 
Wood, William, surgeon, 220 Argyll street 
Wood, William, chimney sweeper, 77 Saltmarket 
Wood, Mrs. furniture dealer, 40 anjd 42 Bridgegate 
Wood, Mrs. grocer and spirit dealer, 320 Gallowgate 
Wood, Mrs. John, vintner, 187 Trongate 
Wood, Mrs. silk dyer, 59 Robertson street 
Wood, Miss, dress maker and milliner, 14 Croy place 
WOODBURN, Alexander, of William Guild 8^ Co. 

house 7 Montague place 
WOODROW, Andrew, shawl warehouse, 15 Gordon 

street, house do. 
Woodrow, James, engraver and copperplate printer, 

131 Trongate 
Woodrow, John, manufacturer, 63 Candleriggs 
Woodrow, R, at J. Finlay 8^ Co'*, house 221 Garnethill 
WOODNORTH, Peter, manager of the Verreville 

pottery, Finnieston 
WOODSIDE, Robert, shoemaker, 20 M'Kechnie st. 
WORDIE, William, carrier, 35 Blackfriar street 
Wordie, Mrs. 10 Fish market, King street 
WOTHERSPOON, Andrew, trunk and packing box 

maker, 44 Ingram street, house 24 Wilson street 
Wotherspoon, G. smith, 388 Argyll street 
Wotherspoon, James, dairyman, 476 Gallowgate 
Wotherspoon, James, general agent, insurance broker 

and accountant, 89 Miller street 
Wotherspoon, John, Swan tavern, 91 Main st. Gorbals 
Wotherspoon, John, wine and spirit merchant, 16 and 

18 Stirling street 
Wotherspoon, John, watchmaker, 14 Argyll arcade 
Wotherspoon, Mathew, corn factor, 10 Buchanan st. 



WOTHERSPOON — WRIGHT. 325 

Wotherspoon & Miller, hat manufacturers, 4)0 Gallow- 

^te and 195 Trongate 
Wotherspoon, Robert, & Son, bakers, 14)2 High street 
Wotherspoon, Walter, smith, 11 North st. Anderston 
Wotherspoon, Wm. heddlo maker, 119 G. Hamilton st» 
Wotherspoon, Wm. furnishing shop, 7 Well street 
WRAGG, John, wire worker, 178 Gallowgate 
WRIGHT, Alexander, spirit dealer, Port-Dundas 
Wright, Archibald, smith, 84 Havannah 
Wright, Campbell, linen draper, 50 Candleriggs 
Wright, Daniel, & Co. general agents and ship brokers, 

3 Robertson street 
Wright, D. of Daniel Wright 4' Co. ho. 92 Broomielaw 
Wright, D. M, at Andrew Tennent's^ 33 Montrose St. 
Wright, Duncan, beadle, 115 Grseme street 
Wright, Hay, merchant, 33 Virginia street 
Wright, James, commercial agent and house factor, 
39 Brunswick street, house Clyde street, Anderston 
Wright, James, bookseller & stationer, 1 88 Argyll st. 
Wright, James, tailor, 17 James street, Calton 
Wright, James, grocer, Rumford street, Bridgeton 
Wright, J. & J. cotton brokers, Virginia buildings 
Wright, Jas. of J. 8^ J, Wright, ho. 3 Blythswood hill 
Wright, J. A. of Kerr, Adam 8^ Co, house 37 Port- 
land street, Laurieston 
Wright, John, victualler, 8 Duke street 
Wright, John, spirit dealer, 159 Main street, Gorbals 
Wright, John, spirit dealer, 86 & 88 Green st. Calton 
Wright, John, vintner, 18 Saltmarket 
Wright, John, of D. Wright 8^ Co. ho. 56 Broomielaw 
Wright, John, paper warehouse, 59 Jamaica street 
Wright, John, & Co. ship chandlers, 12 Brown street 
Wright, John, gardener, 11 Main street, Anderston 
Wright, John, surgeon, 56 Bell street 
Wright, John, turner, 1 44 Upper Nile street 
Wright, John, jun. at Walker 8^ Cos. Lanark ware- 
house, house Milton place, 272 St. Vincent street 
Wright, Murdoch, tailor, 10 King street 
Wright, Robert, writer, 114 Trongate 
Wright, Robert, broker, 89 King street 
2e 



326 WRIGHT YOUNG. 

Wright, Thomas, victualler, 160 Upper Nile street 
Wright, Thomas, agent, 49 Tureen street 
Wright, William, nail maker, 82 High John street 
Wright, William, & Co. cotton spinners, Lochvvinnoch, 

at J. 4' J. WrigMsy Virginia buildings 
Wright, Mrs. milliner, 47 Bell street 
WYLD, John, agent for the Commercial bank of Scot- 
land, 66 Virginia street 
Wyld, Thomas, Commercial bank of Scotland 
WYLIE, Alexander, slater, 70 Bath street 
Wylie, David, grocer, 74 Main street, Gorbals 
Wylie, Hugh, spirit dealer, 492 Gallowgate 
Wylie, James, & Co. coppersmiths, Ann street 
Wylie, James, brazier and tinsmith, and office for ad- 
justing weights and measures, 52 Wilson street 
Wylie, James, grocer, 13 Stevenson street 
Wylie, James, surgeon, 225 Argyll street, house 229 
Wylie, James, boot maker, 128 Queen street 
Wylie, John, & Co. British and Foreign Library, 97 

Argyll street, house 95 
Wylie, Joseph, grocer, &c. 37 Broad street, Mile-end 
Wylie & Lochhead, upholstery furnishers, 164 Trong. 
Wylie, Peter, letter-carrier, Post-office, 63 Taylor st. 
Wylie, Robert, wholesale warehouseman, 15 Hutche- 

son street, house 59 Portland street, Laurieston 
Wylie, Mrs. boarding school, 41 George square 
Wylie, Miss, lodgings, 73 Hutcheson street 
WYPER, James, writing master, 46 John street 
Wyper, Robert, grocer, 2 Love loan 
Wyper, William, teacher, 13 Tobago street 
Wyper, Mrs. William, dressmaker, 13 Tobago street 
WYSE, George, fruiterer, 185 High street 
Wyse, John, grocer, 146 Argyll street 
Wyse, Mathew, flesher, 7 Mutton market. King street 
Wyse, William, baker, 35 John street 
Wyse, Mrs. Millroad st. pottery, 17 Millroad st. Calton 

Y 
YoKER Distillery cellars, 76 Maxwell sereet 
YOUNG, Adam, poulterer, 73 Prince's street 



YOUNG. 327 

Young", Adam, coal agent, Crown court, 33 Virginia st. 
Young, Adam, engineer, St. Hollox Foundery ■^^, 

Young, Alexander, grocer, 46 Bell street 
Young, Alexander, wine and spirit merchant, 109 

Candleriggs, house Dr. Maxwell's, 5 St. Vincent pL 
Young, Alex. Stuart, surgeon-dentist, 108 Argyll st. 
Young, Alexander, spirit dealer, 140 High street 
Young, Andrew, of Yoimg S^- Sillars, house 182 Bn= 

chanan street 
Young, Andrew, cartwright, 50 Portugal street 
Young, Andrew, merchant, 10 Duke street 
Young, Archibald, writer, 49 Ingram street, house 

Wallacegrove, Paisley road 
Young & Auchincloss, surgeons, 89 Brunswick street 
Young, B. victualler and spirit dealei", Finnieston 
Young, David, wright, Dalmarnock road 
Young, David, wright, 151 Gallowgate 
Young, David, bootmaker, 25 Union street 
Young & Freelands, merchants, 110 Fife place 
Young, George, edge-tool maker, 54 Old venal 
Young, George, writer, 10 Stockwell place, houi*e 23 

Carlton place 
Young, George, carter, 430 Gallowgate 
Young, G. K. & Co. merchants, 163 Ingram street 
Young, G, K. of G, K, Young Sf Co. ho. S Kenshigton 

place, Sauchiehall road 
Young, James, merchant, 36 Clyde buildings 
Young, James, jun. tavern, 34 Trongate 
Young, James, & Co. leather and furnishing shop, 84 

Prince's street 
Young, James, wright. Brown street, Bridgeton 
Young, John, printer, 96 Trongate, ho. 13 Crown st. 
Young, John, agent, 51 South Albion street 
Young, John, cabinet maker, 54 High street 
Young, John, beamer, 65 Kirk street, Calton 
Young, John, fruiterer, 12 Clyde terrace 
Young, John, of Young 8)^ Freelands^ house 1 Blytlis- 

wood square 
Young, John, spirit dealer, 21 Dale street^ Tradcstoii 
Young, John, merchant, 35 Kent street 



328 YOUNG YUILL. 

Young, John, shoemaker, 55 Kirk street, Calton 
Young, John, at Young Sf Sillars, 73 Brunswick st. 
Young, J. at E. Railtoris 

Young, Robert, classical teacher, 12 Portland street 
Young, Robert, boot and shoemaker, 58 Argyll arcade 
Young, Robert, flesher, 8 Clyde terrace 
Young, Robt. manufact. 79 Bell st. ho. 6 Bun's wynd 
Young, Robert, ironmonger, 29 Gallowgate 
Young, Robert, eating-house, 238 Gallowgate 
Young & Sillars, cotton yarn merchts. 73 Brunswick st. 
Young, Thomas, merchant, 33 Virginia street 
Young, Walter, carver and gilder, 40 Miller street 
Young, Walter, dyer, 36 King street, Tradeston 
Young, Wm. plumber, 419 Argj^ll street, house above 
Young, Wm. coal merchant, Monkland Canal basin, 

house 1 Barony place 
Young, Wm. teacher, 14 Thomson's lane, ho. 5 James st. 
Young, Wm. grate and fender maker, 223 George st. 
Young, William, & Co. agents, 24 Wilson street 
Young, Wm. Leckie, baker, 22 King st. Tradeston 
Young, William, carter, 51 Crown street 
Young, Dr. Wm. of Young <^' AucJmidoss^ ho. Fife pi. 
Young, Mrs. E. furnishing shop, 18 Portugal street 
Young, Mrs. 4 Nicholson street, Laurieston 
Young, Mrs. 1 Jane street 
Young, Mrs. grocer, 32 Stevenson street 
Young, Miss Agnes, milliner, 52 Nelson street 
Young, Miss M. register office for servants, and fi- 
nishing shop, 57 Hutcheson street 
Young, Miss, dress maker, 113 Carrick street 
YOUNGER, James, shoemaker, 344 Argyll street 
Younger, John, spirit dealer, 39 Gordon street 
Younger, Thomas, baker, 232 Argyll street 
Younger, William, tailor, 61 Mitchell street 
YOUNGHUSBAND, E. Star inn, 49 George square 
YUILLE, Andrew B. of Strang y Yuille Sf KeydeUy ho. 

10 Abercromby place 
Yuill, John, grocer, 10 Abercromby street, Calton 
Yuill, John, grocer, and spirit dealer, 57 Mitchell st. 
and whidow glazier, 86 



YUILL ZUILL. 329 

Yuill, John, victualler, 106 Stockwell 

Yuile, Robert, spirit dealer, 6 St. Enoch wynd 

Yuille, Robert, vintner, 80 Trongate 

Yuill, Thomas, cowfeeder, 30 Little Dowhill 

Yuill, Thomas, saddler, 16 Main street, Gorbals 

Yuile, William, wine & spirit merchant. Smith's court, 

62 Brunswick street 
Yuile, William, & Son, tavern. Hoodie's court 
Yuile, William, spirit dealer, 11 Crown street ' 
Yuill, Mrs. Robert, Madeira court, west side 
Yule, Mrs. furnishing shop, 12 Main street, Calton 
Yuill, Miss A. straw hat maker, 16 Main st. Gorbals 



Z 

ZOLLER, Frederick, jun. commission merchant, 135 

Buchanan street, house 141 Moore place 
ZUILL, Andrew, grocer & spirit dealer, 249 High st. 
Zuill, James, spirit dealer, 13 Bell street, ho. Brown 

street, Bridge ton 
Zuill, John & Andrew, cloth merchants, 65 Trongate 
Zuill, John, grocer and spirit dealer, 32 Duke street 
Zuill, Robert, plumber, 74 Union street, ho. 13 Little 
Hamilton street 



'Nota Bene, — Since the Appendix was printed, 
the dispatch of the " North Mail by Stirling and 
Perth" has been altered from " 10 m. p. 3 p. m." 
to 10 m. p. 2 p. m. All letters sent by this Mail, 
marked in the Appendix " 3 p. m." must therefore 
now be put into the Post-office by 2 p. m. 



APPENDIX 



rOST-OFFICE, NEZ.SON STREET. 

Delivery of Letters, 

First delivery, comprising the North of England, Edinburgh 
by the north road, Paisley, Greenock, Ayrshire, Irish, Dumbar- 
ton and West Highlands, commences at 8 a. m. 

Second delivery, comprising the North Mail, by Perth, Stir- 
Iing,|[&c. commences at 10 a. m. 

3 Aire? delivery, comprising the English and Foreign correspond- 
ence, Edinburgh by the south road, Paisley and Greenock, com- 
mences about one hour after the arrival of the London Mail. 

Delivery on Sundays, (to persons who call at the office only,) 
from 8 to 11 a. m. from 1 to 2 p. m. and from about one hour 
after the arrival of the London Mail till 7 p. m. 

Dispatch of Mails. 

The following are the Hours at which the Letter-box of this 
Office is closed for making up the several Mails, and the hour at 
which each Mail is dispatched : — 

Box closes at Mails Dispatched at 

f Ayrshire, Paisley, Greenock, ^ 

2 a. m. < Dumbarton, West Highlands, S- 1 past 2 a. m. 

C Kilsyth, Kirkintilloch, &c. j 
( English with the Foreign cor- ^ 

7 a. m. -< respondence, by Hamilton and C ^ past 7 a. m. 

C Carlisle, } 

10-50 a. m. Edinburgh by the south I'oad, 11 a. m. 

,, C Paisley, Port- Glasgow and 1 .^ ,, 

11 ^•«^- i Greenok, J 10 m.p.l la.m. 

3 p. m. North by Stirling and Perth, 10 m,p. 3 p.m. 

. ( Paisley, Greenock and Port- ) , ^ , 

^P-"- {Glasgow, ^10m.p.4,p.m. 

^ past 4 p. m. Kilmarnock, Ayr, Irish, &c. 5 p. m. 

,- (Edinburgh, by Airdrie and) , . ,n 

10 P-"^- 1 Bathgate! f i past 10 p.m. 

N. B. The Bar shuts immediately after the arrival of the 
English Mail, and continues so about one hour, during which 
time no paid letters are taken in. 
a 



Postages. 

Paid Letters to go by the Mails that are dispatched before 8 
a. m. must be put into the Offke, the previous evening, at 9 
o'clock, at which time the Office Bar shuts, and at 7 p.m. on Sun- 
days. 

SHIP LETTERS. — Letters arriving from abroad, except 
the East Indies, &c. in Vessels, not Packet Boats, are liable to 
a sea postage of 8d. if single, Is. 4d. if double, and so on over and 
above all inland rates. 

INDIA Letters from the Cape of Good Hope, the Mauri- 
tius, Ceylon, the East Indies, New South Wales, and Van- 
dieman's Land, are liable to a sea postage of 4d. each, if not ex- 
ceeding three ounces, and one shilling per ounce above that weight, 
in addition to the inland rates. 

Letters to the above Parts, may be sent through the Post Office, 
at a sea postage of twopence each, under the weight of three ounces, 
and one shilling per ounce, if above that weight, in addition to the 
inland rates, to be paid at the time of putting the letters into the 
Post Office. 

Newspapers, Printed Prices Current, and Printed Papers, 
duly stamped, may be conveyed to the above Parts, at one penny 
each packet, not exceeding one ounce, and one penny per ounce 
over and above that weight, provided the same be open at the sides. 
Postage to be paid at the time they are put into the Post Office. 

Owners, Charterers, and Consignees of Vessels, resident 
ill Great Britain, may receive their letters by their own vessels 
from Ceylon, the Mauritius, the East Indies, the Cape, New South 
Wales and Vandieman's Land, fi-ee from sea postage, provided that 
such letters shall not collectively exceed twenty ounces ; and the 
Owners and Consignees of Goods on board of ships arriving 
from those places, may receive letters free from sea postage, pro- 
vided such letters shall not collectively exceed six ounces. The let- 
ters of such Owners, &c. of Vessels and Goods, to be super- 
scribed and addressed in the manner the Act directs ; and any per- 
son, who shall falsely so superscribe any letters, will forfeit for 
every such oifence, ^10. All letters for Owners and Consig- 
nees, within such limitation of weight and superscription, may be 
obtained from the Master before he makes his delivery to the Post 
Office. 



Newspapers to the Colonies and Possessions beyond Seas. 

Printed Newspapers, and other Printed Publications liable to the 
Stamp Duties, may be sent to any of his Majesty's Colonies, or 
Possessions beyond Seas, by the Packet Boats, upon the payment 
of one penny half-penny, for every such paper, such payment to he 



Postages. 

made at the time the paper is put into the Post- Office, provided the 
same be sent in covers open at the sides, and be put into the Post 
Office in any town of Great Britain or Ireland, on any day ivithin 
seven days of the day on which the same shall he published, such day 
to be acertained by the date of the paper. 

Newspapers printed in the British Colonies, and brought to 
Great Britain and Ireland, hy Packets or by Private Ships, in 
covers open at the sides, will be charged with a postage of three- 
pence, upon each paper. 

And if any other Paper or thing whatsoever be enclosed or con- 
cealed in such Printed Papers, or there shall be any Writing other 
than the Superscription upon such Papers or their covers, the same 
will be charged with the treble postage of a letter. 



Rates of Postage of Single Letters in Great Britain. 
From any Post Office in England or Wales, to any place \ s. d. 

not exceeding 15 miles from such office, ^ ,v»^ 3 -i 

For any distance above 15 and not exceeding 20 miles,^ 5 

20 30 6 

30 50 7 

50 80 8 

80 120 9 

120 170 ]0 

170 230 _„ 11 

230 ^^_ — 300 1 

And so on in proportion, the postage increasing progressively 
one penny for a single letter for every like excess of distance of 
-100 miles. 

All double, treble, and other letters and packets whatever (ex- 
cept by the penny post) pay in proportion to the respective rates 
of single letters; but no letter or packet to and from places within 
the Kingdom of Great Britain, together with the contents thereof, 
shall be charged more than as a treble letter, unless the same shall 
weigh an ounce, when it is to be rated as four single letters, and 
so in proportion for every quarter of an ounce above that weight, 
reckoning each quarter as a single letter. 



4 



Rates of Postagefrom Glasgow to Countries beyond Seas. 
Via London, to s. d. 

France, — , , 2 2 

Italy, Ionian Islands, Tur- 
key, (through France,) 2 11 

Spain, (through France,) 3 2 
Sun. Tues. Wed. and 
Sat. 7 a. m. 

Payment required. 



Holland, Netherlands, 
and Wed. 7 a. m.. 
Payment required. 



Sun. 



.2 4> 



Germany, Switzerland, Rus- 
sia, Prussia, Denmark, 
Sund. and Wed. 1 a. m. 2 

Payment required. 



Sweden, Norway, Wed. 7 

a. m, 
Payment required. 



2 8 



N. B. Although letters for 
different Countries may 
be addressed to go thro' 
France or the Nether- 
lands, the Postage to the 
places to which they are 
directed must be taken, 
and not the Rate to 
France or the Nether- 
lands. 



Cape of Good Hope, Mau- 
ritius, Ceylon, East In- 
dies, New South "W^ales, 
Van Dieman's Land,„v^l 

China, St. Helena, A- 
raerica, (except to places 
which go by the Brazil, 
Buenos Ayres and Lee- 
ward Island Packets,) 
Sierra Leone, Cape Coast 
Castle, Goree, Senegal, 2 

Sent hy Ships as opportuni- 
ties offer. 

Payment required. 



Via Falmouth, s. d. 
By Packet Boats to Lis- 
bon — All Portugal, 2 9 

Every Monday, 7 a. m. 
Payment required. 



ByMEDiTERUANEAN Pack- 
et — Gibraltar,.. — ^^^ ^3 

If to go through France, 
they must be sent to Lon- 
don, postagesameas Spain. 

N. B. By this route letters 
put under cover, or con- 
signed to the care of a 
correspondent, may be 
sent to Algiers, Tunis, 
and the coast of Barbary. 

Malta and Mediterranean, .3 

If letters for the Mediter- 
ranean are sent through 
France, the postage is the 
same as to Italy. 

Mond. before the first Tues. 
of each month, 7 a. m. 

Payment required. 



By Brazil Packet — Ma- 
deira, Azores, Canary 
Islands,«vww^~w„.. 2 

Rio de Janeiro, Bahia, 
Pernambuco, Mai-anham 
and all Brazil, 3 

Mond. before the first Tues. 
of each month, 7 a. m.. 

Payment required. 



10 



By Buenos Ayres Packet, 

BuenosAyres, Chili, Peru,3 9 
Mond. before (he third Tues. 

of each month, 7 a. m. 
Payment required. 



By American Packet — 
New York, the whole of 
the United States, and 
Newfoundland, , ,,,^2 5 

Payment required. 



Postages. 



Via Falmouth. s. d. 


Via Falmouth s. 


d. 


Bermuda, Quebec, Halifax, 


Previous payment of post- 




and all British North 


age optional. 




America, New Bruns- 


French Islands — Marti- 




wick, ^ 5 


nique, Guadaloupe, ,.«»«.w.2 


5 


Tues. before the first Wed. 


Payment required. 




of each month, 7 a. m. 


Danish Islands-St. Croix, 




Previous payment optional. 


St. Martins, St. Thomas, 2 

Tues. before the first Wed. 


a 






By Jamaica and Leeward 


of each month, 7 a. m. 




Island Packet- Antigua, 
Bahamas, Barbadoes, Do- 


Payment required. 




minica, Grenada, Jam- 


By Jamaica Packet — Lee- 




aica, Montserrat, Nevis, 


ward Islands and Deme- 




St. Kitt's, St. Lucia, St. 


rara, — Postage optional, 2 


5 


Vincent, Tobago, Tor- 


St. Domingo, ^ 2 


3 


tola, Trinidad, 2 5 


Mexico, Columbia, and 




Previous payment of post- 


Honduras, .^3 


3 


age optional. 


Tues. before the third Wed. 




Carthagena in Columbia, 


of each month, 7 a. m. 




and La Guayra in Co- 


Payment required. 




lumbia, .v.,-wv.~w^--v-^~^ — -3 3 


Other places in the West 




Payment required. 


Indies can only be for- 




Froia Barbadoes, by Mail 


warded by private Ships, 




Boats — Berbiee, Deme- 


at Ship Letter Rates. 




rara, Essequibo, 2 5 







The above are the days of Dispatch from the Post Office, Glasgow. 

The return of the Packets is calculated thus : — To and from 
Jamaica, 16 weeks — America, 13 — Leeward Islands, 12— Malta, 7 
— Brazils, 20 — Buenos Ayres, 24 — Mexico, 18. 

From July to December inclusive, the Packet touches at Per- 
nambuco and Bahia on her outwai"d passage to Rio Janeiro, and 
the other six months on her homewai'd. 

In November, Decembei-, January and February, the Packets, 
touching at Bermuda, go to New York direct; the other eight 
months they go and return by Halifax. 



A List of Principal Places Abroad, with the Countries 

to which Letters are forwarded. 

Where sent. 
Germany. 
Spain. 

>■ Germany. 



Places. 


Where sent. 


Places. 


Abeville, 


France. 


Aix la Chapelle, 


Abo, 


Russia. 


Alicant, 


Aix, 


France. 


AUemagne, , 


Aix, 


Italv, 


Allemand, j 




a 


2 



Foreign Post Towns. 



Places, 


Where sent. 


Places. 


Where sent. 


Altona, 


Germany. 


Brody, 


Germany. 


Amiens, 


France. 


Bruges, 


Netherlands. 


Amsterdam, 


Netherlands. 


Brunswick, 


Germany. 


Ancona, 
Andalusia, 


Italy. 
Spain. 


Brussels, 
Bruxelles, 


> Netherlands. 


Angers, 


France. 


Cadiz, 


Spain. 


Angouleme, 


France. 


Caen, 


France. 


Antwerp, 


Netherlands. 


Cagliari, 


Italy. 


Archangel, 


Russia. 


Calais, 


France. 


Arragon, 


Spain. 


Calcutta, 


East Indies. 


Arras, 


France. 


Calmar, 


Sweden. 


Artois, 


France. 


Cambray, 


France. 


Austria, 


Germany. 


Cape Coast Castle, Africa. 


Augsburgh, 


Germany. 


Cape of Good Hope, Africa. 


Avignon, 


France. 


(See East Indies.) 


Badajoz, 


Spain. 


Carolina, North 1 United 


Baden, 


Germany. 


and South, 


i States. 


Bahia, 


Brazil. 


Carlscrona, 


Sweden. 


Barcelona, 


Spain. 


Carlsham, 


Sweden. 


Bar-le-duc, 


Fiance. 


Carthagena, 


Spain. 


Bavaria, 


Germany. 


Cassel, 


Germany. 


Basil, 
Basle, 


f Switzerland. 


Cette, 
Ceylon, 


France. 
East Indies. 


Bayonne, 


France. 


Chamber), 


] Italy. 


Bengal, 


East Indies. 


Chamberry, 


Bergamo, 


Italy. 


Christiana, 


Norway. 


Bergen, 


Norway. 


Civitta Vechia, Italy. 


Berlin, 


Prussia. 


Coburgh. 


Germany. 


Bermuda, 


Bermuda. 


Cologne, 


Germany. 


Berne, 


Switzerland. 


Como, 


Italy. 


Bilboa, 


Spain. 


Constance, 


Germany. 


Blois, 


France. 


Constantinopl 


e, Turkey 


Bois-le-duc, 


Netherlands. 


Copenhagen, 


Denmark. 


Bologna, 


Italy. 


Corfu, 


Ionian Isles. 


Bombay, 


East Indies, 


Corsica, 


Italy. 


Bonne, 


Germany. 


Corunna, 


Spain. 


Boston, 


United States. 


Courland, 


Russia. 


Botany Bay, 


New S.Wales. 


Courtray, 


Netherlands. 


Boulogne, 


^ 


Cronstradt, 


Russia. 


Boulougne sur 


> France. 


Cuxhaven, 


Germany. 


Mer, 


3 


Dantzic, 


Prussia. 


Bourdeaux, 


Fi-ance. 


Delft, 


Netherlands. 


Brabant, 


Netherlands. 


Denmark, 


Germany. 


Breda, 


Netherlands. 


Dieppe, 


France. 


Bremen, 


Germany. 


Dijon, 


France. 


Breslau, 


Germany. 


Dordt, 


Netherlands. 


Brill, 


Netherlands. 


Douai, 


France. 



Foreign Post Towns. 



Places. Where sent. 

Douay, France. 

Dram, Norway. 

Dresden, Germany. 

Dronthein, Norway. 

Dunkirk, France. 

Dusseldorf, Germany. 

East Friesland, Germany. 
Elbing, Prussia. 

Elsineur, Denmark. 

Embden, Germany. 

En Suisse, (Switzerland.) 
Epernay, France. 

Erfurt, Germany. 

Finland, Russia. 

Firenze, (Florence,) Italy. 
Flanders, Netherlands. 

Florence, Italy. 

Flushing, Netherlands. 

Fountainbleau, France. 
Frankfort on ) ^ 

the Maine, ^ Germany. 
Frankfort on > ^ 

the Odder, J Germany. 

Franconia, Germany. 

Friesland, East Germany. 
Friesland, West Netherlands. 
Gand, (Ghent,) Netherlands. 
Gefle, Sweden. 

Gelderland, Netherlands. 

Genes, (Genoa,) Italy. 
Geneva, Switzerland. 

Genoa, Italy. 

Gera, Germany. 

Ghent, Netherlands. 

Goree, Africa. 

Gottenburg, Sweden. 

Gottingen, Germany. 

Gratz, Germany. 

Groningen, Netherlands. 

Haarlem, Netherlands. 

Hague, Netherlands. 

Hamburg, Germany. 

Hanover, Germany. 

Havanna, Cuba. 

Havre, \ -p 

Havrede Grace, ) 
Heidelburg, Germany. 



Places. 
Heligoland, 
Helvoetsluys, 
Hesse, 

Hesse Cassel, 
Holland, 
Ipi'es, 
Isle of France, 



Where sent. 
Germany. 
Netherlands. 

Germany. 

Netherlands. 
Netherlands. 
Mauritius. 



(See East Indies.) 
Jutland, Denmark. 

Koninsberg, Prussia. 

La Haye (Hague,) Netherlands. 



Lausanne 

Leer, 

Leghorn, 

Leipsic, 

Leewarden, 

Leyden, 

Leige, 

Lille, 

Lima, 

Lisbon, 



Switzerland. 

Germany. 

Italy. 

Germany. 

Netherlands. 

Netherlands. 

Netherlands. 

France. 

Peru. 

Portugal. 



Livourne, (Leghorn,) Italy. 
Louvain, Netherlands. 



Lubeck, 

Lyons, 

Madeira, 

Madras, 

Madrid, 

Magdeburgh, 

Mahon, 

Majorca, 

Malaga, 

Malines, 

Malmo, 

Mantua, 

Maranham, 

Marans, 

Marseilles, 

Maryland, 



Germany. 

France. 

Azoreslslands. 

East Indies. 

Spain. 

Prussia. 

Spain. 

Spain. 

Spain. 

Netherlands. 

Sweden. 

Italy. 

Brazil. 

France. 

France. 

United States. 



Mechlin, (Malines) Netherlands. 
Mecklenburg, Prussia. 



Melun, 

Memel, 

Mentz, 

Messina, 

Metz, 

Middelburgh, 



France. 

Prussia. 

Germany. 

Italy. 

France. 

Netherlands. 



Foreign Post Towns. 



Places. 
Milan, 
Minden, 
Minorca, 
Mitau, 
Modena, 
Monte Video, 
Montpelier, 



Munich, 

Munster, 

Namur, 

Nauci. 

Nantz, 

Naples, 

Narva, 

Neufchatel, 

New Orleans, 

New York, 

Nice, 

North Carolina 

Nuremburg, 

Odessa, 

Oder, 

Oldenburg, 

Oporto, 

Oratava, 

Orleans, 

Orleans, New, 

Osnaburg, 

Osnabruck, 

Ostend, 

Otranto, 

Pad er born, 

Padua, 

Palermo, 

Paris, 

Parma, 

Pau, 

Pensylvannia, 

Pernambuco, 

Petersburgh, 

Philadelphia, 

Piedmont, 

Pillau, 

Pisa, 

Poland, 



Where sent. 
Italy. 
Prussia. 
Spain. 
Russia. 
Italy. 

Buenos Ayres. 
Franca. 
Russia. 
Germany. 
Germany. 
Netherlands. 
France. 
France. 
Italy. 
Russia. 
Switzei'land, 
United States 
United States. 
Italy. 

United States. 
Germany. 
Russia. 
Germany. 
Germany. 
Portugal. 
Canary Islands 
France. 
United States. 

t Germany. 

Netherlands. 

Italy. 

Germany. 

Italy. 

Italy. 

France. 

Italy. 

Finance. 

United States. 

Brazil. 

Russia. 

United States. 

Italy. 

Prussia. 

Italy. 

Germany. 



Pologne (Poland) Germany. 



Places. Where sent. 

Port Louis, Mauritius. 

(See East Indies.) 

Port Mahon, Spain. 

Pi'ague, Germany. 

Presburg, Germany. 

Ratisbon, Germany. 

Revel, Russia. 

Rheims, France. 

Riga, Russia. 

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 

Rochelle, France. 

Rochfort, France. 

Rome, Italy. 

Rostock, Germany. 

Rotterdam, Holland. 

Rouen, France. 

St. Gall, Switzerland. 

St. Helena, St. Helena. 

St. Malo, France. 

St. Michael's, Azores. 

St. Omers, France. 

St. Petersburg, Russia. 

Salonica, Turkey. 

Saltzburgh, Germany. 

Sardinia, Italy. 

Savannah, United States. 

Savoy, Italy. 

Saxony, Germany. 

Schaff hausen, Switzerland. 

Senegal, Africa. 

Seville, Spain. 

Sicily, Italy. 

Sierra Leone, Africa. 

Silesia, Germany. 

Sleswick, Denmark. 

Smyrna, Turkey. 

Soleure, Switzerland. 

South Carolina, United States. 

Spa, Netherlands. 

Stettin, Prussia. 

Stockholm, Sweden. 

Stralsund, Germany. 

Stasburg, 7 ^ 

Strasbourg, J trance. 
Suisse, (Switzerland.) 

Swabia, Germany. 
Swisseiiand, (Switzerland.) 



9 




Foreign 


Post Towns. 


Places. 


Where sent. 


Places. 


Where sent. 


TeneriflFe, 


Canary Islands 


Vienna, 


Austria. 


Terceira, 


Azores. 


Villa Real, 


Spain. 


Toulon, 


France. 


Virginia, 


United States. 


Touoluse, 


France. 


Warsaw, 


Germany. 


Tours, 


France. 


West Friesland, 


Netherlands. 


Tripoli, 


Turkey. 


Westphalia, 


Germany. 


Tunis, 


Africa. 


Wiburg, 


Russia. 


Turin, 


Italy. 


Wirtemburgh, 


Germany. 


Tuscany, 


Italy. 


Wisby, 


Sweden. 


Utrecht, 


Holland. 


Wismar, 


Germany. 


Valparaiso, 


Buenos Ayres. 


Wurtzburgh, 


Germany. 


Varel, 


Germany. 


Ypres, (Ipres,) 


Netherlands. 


Venice, 


Italy. 


Yverdun, 


Switzerland. 


Verona, 


Italy. 


Zante, 


Ionian Islands 


Varsailles, 


France. 


Zittau, 


Germany. 


Vevay, 


Switzerland. 


Zurich, 


Switzerland. 


Vicenza, 


Italy. 







List of Post- Towns and Principal Places in England 

and Wales, with the Postage of a Single Letter to 

eachyfrom Glasgow. 

N. B P. rate of postage M. mails by which letters are 

sent. — Those marked E go by way of Edinburgh, every evening, 
at ten, p. m. and by Carlisle, at seven, a. m. 

Those marked L by way of London, every morning (except 
Friday,) at 7 a. m. All other's by Carlisle, every morning, at 7 
a. m. 



Town. 


County. 


P.M. 


Town, 


County. 


P. 31. 


Abbotsbromley Stafford 


12d 


Ambleside 


Westm 


lOd 




Abbotsbury 


Dorset 


15 L 


Amsbury 


Wiltsh 


14 


L 


Aberford 


York 


11 


Ampthill 


Bedford 


13 




Abergavenny 


Monm. 


14 


Andover 


Hampsh 


14 




Abergele 


N. Wales 12 


Appleby 


Westmor 10 




Aberistwith 


S. Wales 13 


Appledore 


Kent 


14 


L 


Abingdon 


Berks 


13 


Arundell 


Sussex 


14 


L 


Aldborough 


Suffolk 


14 E 


Ashburne 


Derbysh 


12 




Aldford 


Lincoln 


13 


Ashburton 


Devon 


14 




Alfreton 


Derby 


12 


Ashby de-la- 








Airesford 


Hampsh 


U L 


Zouche 


Leicester 


13 




Alnwick 


North 


10 E 


Ashford 


Kent 


14 


L 


Alstonmoor 


Cumber 


9 


Ashtou under- 








Alton 


Hampsh 


14 L 


line 


Lancas 


11 




Alteringham 


Chesh 


11 


A strop 


Northum 13 




Amersham 


Bucking 


14 L 


Askrig 


Yorksh 


11 





English Post Towns. 



10 



Town 


County. 


P.M. 


Town. County. P.M. 


Atherstone 


Warw 


\M 




BexhiU 


Sussex 14d L 


Attleborough 


Norfolk 


M 


E 


Bicester 


Oxford 13 




Austle St. 


Cornw 


15 




Biddeford 


Devon 15 




Aukland Bi- 








Biddenden 


Kent 14 


L 


shop 


Durham 


11 


E 


Biggleswade 


Bedford 13 




Aulcestei" 


Warw 


13 




Bilderstone 


Suffolk 13 


E 


Axbridge 


Somers 


13 




Billericay 


Essex 14 


L 


Axminster 


Devon 


14 




Bilstone 


Stafford 12 




Aylesbury 


Bucking 


14 


L 


Bingham 


Notting 12 




Aylesford 


Kent 


14 


L 


Bingley 


York 12 




Aylsham 


Norfolk 


14 


E 


Birmingham 


Warwick 13 




Bagshot 


Surry 


14 


L 


Bishop's Castle Shropsh 13 




Bakewell 


Derby 


12 




Bishop' Stort- 






Bala 


N. Wales 13 




ford 


Essex 14 


L 


Baldock 


Hertford 


13 




Blackburn. 


Lancash 1 1 




Balsover 


Derby 


12 




Blackpool 


Lancash 1 1 




Bamptoa 


Devon 


14 




Blandford 


Dorset 14 


L 


Banbury 


Oxford 


13 




Blakeny 


Gloucest 13 




Bangor 


N. Wales 13 




Bletchingly 


Surry 14 


L 


Barmouth 


N. Wales 13 




Blyth 


Northum 11 


E 


Barnard Castle Durham 


10 


E 


Bodmin 


Cornwall 15 




Barnet 


Middlesexl3 




Bognor 


Sussex 14 


L 


Barnsley 


York 


12 




Bolingbroke 


Lincoln 13 




Barnstaple 


Devon 


15 




Bolton 


Lancash 1 1 




Barton Mills 


Camb 


13 




Boroughbridge 


Yorksh 10 




Barton 


Lincoln 


12 




Bossiny 


Cornwall 15 




Bark way 


Hertford 13 




Boston 


Lincoln 13 




Bassingstoke 


Hampsh 


14 


L 


Boxford 


Suffolk 14 


L 


Bath 


Somerset 14 




Bourn 


Lincoln 13 




Battle 


Sussex 


14 


L 


Bozeat 


Northam 13 




Bawtry 


York 


12 




Bracklay 


Northam 13 




Beaumaris 


N. Wales 13 




Bradford 


Wilts 14 




Beccles 


Suffolk 


15 


E 


Bradford 


Yorksh 12 




Beconsfield 


Bucking 


14 


L 


Bradwell 


Essex 14 


L 


Beckenham 


Kent 


14 


L 


Braintree 


Essex 14 


L 


Bedale 


York 


11 




Brampton 


Cumber 9 




Bedford 


Bedford 


13 




Brandon 


Suffolk 13 


E 


Bed win 


Wilts 


14 


L 


Brecknock 


S. Wales 14 




Bellbrd 


Northu 


9 


E 


Brecon 


S. Wales 14 




Beminster 


Dorset 


14 


L 


Brentwood 


Essex 14 


L 


Bensington 


Oxford 


14 


L 


Bridlington 


Yorksh 12 




Berkhemstead 


Hertford 


14 


L 


Bridgend 


Glaraorg 14 




Berkeley 


Glouces 


13 




Bridgenorth 


Shropsh 13 




Berwick 


Northu 


9 


E 


Bridge water 


Somerset 14 




Beteley 


Stafford 


11 




Bridport 


Dorset 14 


L 


Beverley 


York 


12 




Brigg 


Lincoln 13 




Bewdley 


Worches 


13 




Brighton or 







11 



English Post Towns* 



Town. 


County. P. M. \ 


Toion. 


County. P. M. 


Brighthelmst 


Sussex 


14JL 


Chaple-le- 






Bristol 


Somerset 


13 


Frith 


Derby \2d 




Brixham 


Devon 


15 


Chard 


Somerset 14 




Broadway 


Gloucest 


13 


Chatham 


Kent 14 


L 


Broomyard 


Hereford 


13 


Chatteries 


Camb 13 


E 


Broomsgrove 


Worces 


13 


Cheadle 


Stafford 12 




B rough 


Westmor 


11 


Chelmsford 


Essex 14 


L 


i Bruton 


Somerset 


14 


Cheltenham 


Gloucest 13 




Buckden 
Buckingham 


Hunting 


13 E 


Chepstow 


Monm 14 




Bucking 


\S 


Chesham 


Bucking 14 


L 


Builth 


S. Wales 


14 


Cheshunt 


Hertford 13 




Bungay 


Suffolk 


15 E 


Chester 


Cheshire 12 




Buntingford 


Hertford 


13 E 


Chester-le- 






Burford 


Oxford 


13 


Street 


Durham 1 1 


E 


Burnham 


Norfolk 


14 E 


Chesterfield 


Derby l2 




Burnley 


Lancas 


11 


Chewbent 


Lancaster 1 1 




Burslem 


Stafford 


12 


Chichester 


Sussex 14 


L 


Burton 


Westmor 


10 E 


Chippenham 


Wilts 14 




Burton (on 






Chipping OngarEssex 14 


L 


Tent) 


Stafford 


13 


Chipping Nor- 






Bury 


L an cash 


11 


ton 


Oxford 13 




Bury St. Ed- 






Chistlehurst 


Kent 14 


L 


munds 


Suffolk 


13 E 


Chorley 


Lancaster 11 




Buxton 


Derby 


12 


Christchurch 


Southam 14 


L 


Caistor 


Lincoln 


\S 


Chudleigh 


Devon 14 




Callington 


Cornwall 


15 


Church StrettonShropsh 13 




Calne 


Wiltshire 


14 


Cirencester 


Gloucest 14 




Cainbridge 


Camb 


13 E 


Clare 


Suffolk 14 


L 


Camelford 


Cornwall 


15 


Clay 


Norfolk 14 


E 


Campden 


Gloucest 


13 


Cleathorp 


Lincoln 13 




Canterbury 


Kent 


14 L 


Cleveland Inn 


York 12 




Cardiff 


Glamorg 


14 


Clithero 


Lancas 1 1 




Cardigan 


S. Wales 


14 


Cockermouth 


Cumber 10 




Carleon 


Monmou 


14 


Colchester 


Essex 14 


L 


Carlisle 


Cumber 


9 


Coleshill 


Warw 13 




Carmarthen 


S. Wales 


14 


Colnbrook 


Bucking 14 


L 


Carnarvon 


N. Wales 


13 


Colne 


Lancas 1 1 




Castle Gary 


Somerset 


14 


Coltserworth 


Lincoln 13 




Castle Rising 


Norfolk 


14 E 


Columpton 


Cornwall 14 




Castle Eden 


Durham 


10 E 


Congleton 


Cheshire 12 




Catterick 


York 


11 


Conway 


N. Wales 13 




Cave (N. & S.)York 


12 


Coshara 


Wilts 14 


L 


Cavendish 






Corfe Castle 


Dorset 14 


L 


bridge 


Derby 


12 


Coventry 


Warw 13 




Caxton 


Camb 


13 E 


Cowbridge 


S. Wales 14 




Chalsont St. 






Cowes (Isle oj 






Peters 


Bucks 


14 L 


Wight) 


Hampsh 14 


L 



English Post Towns. 



12 



Town. 


County. 


P.M. 


Town. 


County. 


P.M. 


Cranbourn 


Dorset 


UJL 


Eccleshall 


Stafford 


\2d 


Cranbrook 


Kent 


14 


L 


Edgware 


Middle 


14 


L 


Crawley 


Sussex 


14 


L 


Egham 


Berksh 


14 


L 


Cray (St. Mar 


y)Kent 


14 


L 


Egremont 


Cumber 


10 




Crediton 


Devon 


14 




Elland 


Yorksh 


12 




Crewkevn 


Somerset 14* 




Ellesmere 


Shrops 


13 




Crickdale 


Wilts 


14 




Ely 


Cams 


13 


E 


Cromer 


Norfolk 


14 


E 


Emsworth 


Hants 


14 




Crowland 


Lincoln 


13 




Enstone 


Oxford 


13 




Croydon 


Surry 


14 


L 


Epping 


Essex 


14 


L 


Cuckfield 


Sussex 


14 


L 


Epsom 


Surry 


14 


L 


Culliton 


Devon 


14 




Esher 


Surry 


14 


L 


Darking 


Surry 


14 


L 


Eton 


Bucking 


14 


L 


Darlingtfwi 


Durham 


11 


E 


Etruria 


Stafford 


12 




Danbury 


Essex 


14 


L 


Evesham 


Worcest 


13 




Dartford 


Kent 


14 


L 


Ewell 


Surry 


14 


L 


Dartmouth 


Devon 


15 




Exeter 


Devon 


14 




Daventry 


Northam 13 




Exmouth 


Devon 


14 




Dawlish 


Devon 


14 




Eye 


Suffolk 


14 


E 


Deal 


Kent 


14 


L 


Fairford 


Gloucest 


13 




Deddington 


Oxford 


13 




Falkinham 


Lincoln 


13 


E 


Denbigh 


N. Wales 12 




Falmouth 


Cornw 


15 




Derby 


Derbysh 


12 




Far eh am 


Hamp 


14 


L 


Dereham 


Norfolk 


14 


E 


Farnham 


Surry 


14 


L 


Devizes 


Wilts 


14 




Farrington 


Berk 


13 




Dewsbury 


Yorksh 


11 




Feckenham 


Norfolk 


14 


E 


Diss 


Norfolk 


14 


E 


Fed burgh 


Westmor 10 




Dolgelly 


N. Wales 13 




Felten ^ 




10 


E 


Doncaster 


York 


12 




Fenny Stratford Bucking 


13 




Dorchester 


Dorset 


14 


L 


Ferrybridge 


Yorsh 


11 




Dover 


Kent 


14 


L 


Feversham 


Kent 


14 


L 


The Downs 


Kent 


14 


L 


Fishguard 


Pembrok 13 




Downham 


Norfolk 


14 


E 


Flamborough 


Yorksh 


12 




Drayton 


Shropsh 


12 




Folkeston 


Kent 


14 


L 


Driffield 


Yorksh 


12 




Footscray 


Kent 


14 


L 


Droitwich 


Worcest 


13 




Fordingbridge 


Hamp 


14 


L 


Dudley 


Worcest 


12 




Fovrey 


Cornw 


15 




Dun church 


Warw 


13 




Framlingham 


Suffolk 


14 


E 


Dunstable 


Bedford 


13 




Frodsham 


Cheshire 


12 




Dunster 


Somerset l-i 




Frogmill 


Gloucest 


13 




Dulverton 


Somerset 14< 




Frome 


Somerset 14 




Dunmow 


Essex 


14 


L 


Gadsden 


Hertfor 


14 


L 


Durham 


Durham 


11 


E 


Gainsbro 


Lincoln 


12 




Dursley 


Gloucest 


14 




Gargrave 


Yorksh 


11 




Easingwould 


Yorksh 


11 




Gartstang 


Lancash 


11 




East Bourn 


Sussex 


14 


L 


Gateshead 


Durham 


10 


E 


East Grinstead Sussex 


14 


L 


Germain St. 


Cornw 


15 





13 








English Post Towns. 


Town. 


County. 


P. 


M. 


Town. 


County. P. M. 


JGerrard's CrossBucking 


14rfL 


Haughton-le- 




Glastonbury- 


Somerset 14 




Spring 


Dur llc/E 


Gloucester 


Gloucest 


13 




Heatherby 


Devon 15 


Godalmin 


Surry 


14 


L 


Hedon 


Yorksh 12 


Godston 


Surry 


14 


L 


Helmsly 


Yorksh 12 


Godmanchester Hunting 


13 




Helston 


Cornwall 15 


Gosport 


Hamp 


14 


L 


HemlehemsteadHertford 14 


Grampound 


Cornw 


15 




Henley (in Ar- 


Grantham 


Lincoln 


12 




den) 


Warwick 13 


Gravesend 


Kent 


14 


L 


Henly 


Oxford 13 


Grays 


Essex 


14 


L 


Hereford 


Hereford 13 


Gretabridge 


Yorksh 


11 




Hertford 


Hertford 13 E 


Grimsby 


Lincoln 


13 




Hexham 


North um 10 E 


Guernsey 


Isle of 


14 


L 


Heytsbury 


Wiltsh 14 


Guilford 


Surry 


14 


L 


HighamFerrarsNortha 13 


Guisborough 


Yorksh 


12 




Highworth 


Wiltsh 13 


Guisburn 


Yorksh 


11 




Hinckly 


Leicest 13 


Hadley 


Suffolk 


14 


E 


Hindon 


Wiltsh 15 


Hagley 


Worcest 


13 




Hitchen 


Hertford 13 


Hales Owen 


Shropsh 


13 




Hithe 


Kent 14 L 


Halifax 


Yorksh 


12 




Hockerell 


Hertford 14 L 


Halstead 


Essex 


14 


L 


Hoddesdon 


Hertford 13 E 


Haltwhistle 


Cumber 


10 




Holbeach 


Lincoln 13 


Hamoaze 


Devon 


15 




Holdsworthy 


Devon 15 


Hampton 


Gloucest 


13 




Holkham 


Norfolk J4 E 


Harborough 


Leicest 


13 




Holmschapel 


Cheshire 12 


Harleston 


Norfolk 


14 


E 


Holt 


Norfolk 14 E 


Harlow 


Bucking 


14 


L 


Holton 


Lancast 1 1 


Hanley 


Stafford 


12 




Holyhead 


N. Wales 13 


Harpenden 


Hertfor 


14 


L 


Holywell 


N. Wales 12 


Harrow 


Middle 


14 


L 


Holy Island 


Berwick HE 


Harrowgate 


Yorksh 


11 




Honiton 


Devon 14 


Hartford bridge Hamp 


14 


L 


Horncastle 


Lincoln 13 


Hartlepool 


Durham 


12 


E 


Hornchurch 


Essex 14 L 


Harwich 


Essex 


14 


L 


Horndean 


Essex 14 L 


Haslemere 


Surry 


14 


L 


Horsham 


Sussex 14 L 


Haslingden 


Lancast 


11 




Hounslow 


Middle 14 L 


Hastings 


Sussex 


14 


L 


Howden 


Yorksh 12 


Hatfield 


Hertfor 


13 




Holylake 


Cheshire 11 


Havant 


Hampsh 


14 


L 


Hubberston 


Pembrok 14 


Haverfordwest 


S. Wales 14 




Huddersfield 


Yorksh 12 


Hawes 


Yorksh 


11 




Hungerford 


Berksh 14 L 


Hawkhurst 


Kent 


14 


L 


Huntington 


Hunting 13 E 


Hawkskead 


Westmor 10 




Hull 


Yorksh 12 E 


Hay 


S. Wales 


14 




Ilchestcr 


Somerset 14 


Haylsham 


Sussex 


14 


L 


Ilfracomb 


Devon 15 



English Post Towns. 



14 



Toivn. 


County. 


P.M. 


Town. 


County. P. M. 


Ingateston 


Essex 


14(fL 


Lechlade 


Gloucest 13d 




Ipswich 


Suffolk 


14 


E 


Ledbury 


Hereford 13 




Isle of Man 




17 




Leeds 


Yorksh 11 




Isle of Wight 


Hampsh 


14 


L 


Leek 


Stafford 12 




Isley 


Berks 


14 


L 


Leeming 


Yorksh 1 1 




Ives St. 


Cornwall 15 




Leicester 


Leicest 13 




Ivinghoe 


Bucking 


14 




Leigh 


Lancash 1 1 




Ivybridge 


Devon 


15 




Leighton 






Jersey 


Isle of 


14 


L 


Buzzard 


Buck 13 




Kegwortb 


Leicest 


12 




Leominster 


Hereford 13 




Keighley 


Yorksh 


12 




Leskeard 


Cornwall 15 




Kelvedon 


Essex 


14 


L 


Leyburn 


Yorksh 11 




Kendal 


Westmor 


10 




Lewes 


Sussex 14 


L 


Kevton-in- 








Lidd 


Kent 14 


L 


Lindsey 


Lincoln 


13 




Lincoln 


Lincoln 12 




Keswick 


Cumber 


10 




Lipbook 


Southam 14 


L 


Kettering 


Northa 


13 




Linton 


Cambrid 13 


E 


Kiddei-minster 


Worcest 


13 




Litchfield 


Stafford 12 




Kildwick 


Yorksh 


11 




Liverpool 


Lancash 1 1 




Kimbolton 


Hunting 


13 




Llambeder 


S. Wales 14 




Kineton 


Warw 


13 




Llandillo 


Carmar 1 4 




Kingsbridge 


Devon 


15 




Llandovery 


S. Wales 14 




Kingslangley 


Hertford 


14 


L 


Llangollen 


N. Wales 13 




Kingston 


Surry 


14 


L 


Llanidloes 


N.Wales 13 




Kirkby Lons- 








London 


14 


L 


dale 


Westmor 10 




Looe, W. & E.Corn 15 




Kirkby Steven 


Westmor 


10 




Loughboi'ough 


Leicester 12 




Kirkham 


Lancash 


11 




Louth 


Lincoln 13 




Knaresborougb 


Yorksh 


11 




Lowestoff 


Suffolk 14 


E 


Knighton 


Radnor 


13 




Ludlow 


Shropsh 13 




Knutsford 


Cheshire 


12 




Luton 


Bedford 13 




Lamberhurst 


Kent 


14 


L 


Lutterworth 


Leicester 13 




Lambourn 


Berks 


14 


L 


Lyme 


Dorsetsh 14 


L 


Lampeter 


Cardlga 


14 




Lymington 


Hampsh 14 


L 


Lancaster 


Lancash 


10 




Lyndhurst 


Hampsh 14 


L 


Lanerchimead 


N. Wales 13 




Lynn 


Norfolk 14 


E 


Langley (Ab- 








Macclesfield 


Chesh 12 




bots) 


Hertford 14 


L 


Machynleth 


N. Wales 13 




Langley( Kings) Hertford 


14 


L 


Maidenhead 


Berksh 14 


L 


Langport 


Somerset 


14 




Maidstone 


Kent 14 


L 


Lanrvvyst 


N. Wales 


13 




Maiden 


Essex 14 


L 


Launceston 


Cornwall 15 




Malmsbury 


Wiltsh 13 




Lavenham 


Suffolk 


14 


E 


Mai ton 


Yorksh 12 




Lavington 


Wilts 


14 




Malvern 


Worcest 13 




Lawton 


Cheshire 


12 




Manchester 


Lancash 11 




Leamington 


Warw 


13 




Manningtree 


Essex 14 


L 


Leatherhead 


Surry 


14 


L 


Mansfield 


Notting 12 





15 



English Post Towns. 



12 



Town. County. P. M. 

Mapktoa Derby 12c? 

Marazion Cornw 15 

Market DeepingLincoln 13 
Market- Raisin Lincoln 13 
Market- Street Hertford 13 
Market Drayton Salop 12 
Market Weigh- 

ton Yorksb 

MarketHarboroLeicester 12 
Marlborough Wiltsh 14 

L 
L 
E 



Marlow 


Bucking 14 


Margate 


Kent 14 


Marsh 


Camb 13 


Maryport 


Cumber 11 


Marsh am 


Yorksh 11 


Matlock 


Derby 12 


Melcombe Reg 


s Dorset 14 


Midhurst 


Sussex 14 


Middleham 


Yorksh 1 1 


Middlewich 


Cheshire 12 


Milborn Port 


Somerset 14 


MildenhaU 


Camb 13 


Milford 


S. Wales 14 


Milford Haven Pembrok 14 


Miluthorpe 


Westmor 10 


Milton 


Kent 14 


Milverton 


Somerset 14 


Mittchinhamp- 




ton 


Glou 13 


Minehead 


Somerset 14 


Missenden 


Bucking 14 


Melksham 


Wiltsh 14 


Melton Mow- 




bray 


Leices 13 


Mere 


Wiltsh 14 


Modbury 


Devon 15 


Mold 


N. Wales 12 


Monmouth 


Monm 13 


Montgomery 


N. Wales 13 


Morpeth 


Northu 10 


Morton -in- 




Marsh 


Glou 13 


Mountsorrel 


Leicester 14 


Namptwich 


Cheshire 12 


Nayland 


Kent 14 


Neath 


S. Wales 14 


Neath 


Pembrok 14 



Town. County. P. M. 

NeedhamMarket Suffolk 14rfE 

Neston Cheshire 12 

Nettlebed Oxford 13 

Newark Notting 12 

Newbury Berksh 14 L 

Newcastle-undei'- 

Line Stafford 12 

Newcastle Northu 10 E 

Newent Gloucest 13 

Newmarket Camb 13 E 

Newnham Gloucest 13 - 

Newport Pagnel Bucking 13 

Newport Shropsh 13 

Newport Isle of W 14 L 

Newport Monm 14 

Newton AbbotsDevon 14 

Newton BushelDevon 14 

Newton BushelCornw 15 

Newtown Montgo 13. ~ 

The Nore Kent 14 L 

Norman Cross Hunting 13 

North Walsham Nor folk 14 E 

Northallerton Yorksh 1 1 

Northampton Northa 13 

Northiam Suffolk 14 L 

Northleach Gloucest 13 

Northop N. Wales 12 

North wich Cheshire 12 

Norwich Norfolk 14 E 

Nottingham Notting 12 

Nuneaton Warw 13 

Oakham Rutland 13 

Oakhampton Devon 14 

Oakingham Berksh 14 L 

Odiham Hamp 14 

Oldham Lancash 1 1 

OUerton Notting 12 

Ongar Essex 14 L 

Orford Suffolk 14 E 

Ormskirk Lancash 1 1 

Orton Westmor 10 

Oswestry Shropsh 13 ■' r: 

Otley Yorksh 11 ;' 

Oulney Bucking 13 

Oundle Northa 13 

Overton Hants 14 L 

Oxford Oxford 13 E 



English Post Totmis. 



16 



Town. 


County. 


P. M. 


Town. 


County. 


P. M. 


Pains wick 


Gloucest 


13d 




Reeth 


Yorksh 


lid 




Padiham 


Lancash 


11 




Retford 


Netting 


12 




Padstow 


Cornw 


15 




Rhyader 


Radnor 


13 




Parkgate 


Chesh 


12 




Richmond 


Yorksh 


11 




Pawsey 


Wilts 


14 


L 


RickmanswortliHertford 


14 


L 


Patrington 


Yorksh 


12 




Ringwood 


Hampsh 


14 


L 


Peacock Inn 


Derby 


12 




Ripley 


Yorksh 


11 




Pembroke 


S. Wales 


14 




Ripin 


Yorksh 


11 




Penkridge 


Stafford 


13 




Rochdale 


Lancash 


11 




Penrith 


Cumber 


9 




Rochester 


Kent 


14 


L 


Penryn 


Cornw 


15 




Rochford 


Essex 


14 


L 


Pensford 


Somerset 


13 




Rockingham 


Northa 


13 




Penzance 


Cornw 


15 




Ross 


Hereford 13 




Pershore 


Worcest 


13 




Rothbury 


Northu 


11 


E 


Peterborough 


Northa 


13 




Rotherham 


Yorksh 


12 




Petersfield 


Hampsh 


14 


L 


Rougham 


Norfolk 


14 


E 


Pet worth 


Sussex 


14 


L 


Royston 


Hertford 


13 


E 


Pickering 


Yorksh 


12 




Rudgley 


Stafford 


12 


L 


Plympton 


Devon 


15 




Rugby 


Warw 


13 




Pocklingtoa 


Yorksh 


11 




Rumford 


Essex 


14 


L 


Pontefract 


Yorksh 


11 




Rumsey 


Hampsh 


14 


L 


Porchester 


Dorset 


14 


L 


Ruthin 


N. Wales 12 




Portland, Isle of Dorset 


14 


L 


Rygate 


Surry 


14 


L 


Pontypool 


Monm 


13 




Rye 


Sussex 


14 


L 


Pool 


Dorset 


14 


L 


Rushefyord 


Durham 


11 


E 


Portsmouth 


Hampsh 


14 


L 


Saffron Walden Essex 


14 


E 


Poulton 


Lancash 


10 




Salisbury 


Wiltsh 


14 


L 


Prestcot 


Lancash 


12 




Salop 


Shrops 


13 




Presteign 


S. Wales 13 




Saltash 


Cornw 


15 




Preston 


Lancash 


11 




Sandbach 


Chesh 


13 




Plymouth 


Devon 


15 




Sandwich 


Kent 


14 


L 


Puckeridge 


Hertford 


13 




Sawbrigworth 


Hertford 


14 


L 


Pulhely 


N. Wales 13 




Saxmundham 


Suffolk 


14 


E 


Purbeck, Isle of Doi'set 


14 


L 


Scarborough 


Yorksh 


12 




Purfleet 


Essex 


14 


L 


Scilly Islands 


Cornw 


15 




Queensborough Kent 


14 


L 


Scole 


Norfolk 


14 


E 


Radnor 


S. Wales 


13 




Seaton 


Durham 


12 


E 


Rainsham 


Norfolk 


14 


E 


Seaton Sluice 


Northu 


10 


E 


Ramsbury 


Wiltsh 


14 


L 


Sedbergh 


Yorksh 


10 




Ramsey 


Hunting 


13 




Sedgefield 


Durham 


11 


E 


Ramsgate 


Kent 


14 


L 


Selby 


Yorksh 


12 




Ravenglass 


Cumber 


10 




Settle 


Yorksh 


12 




Rawcliffe 


Yorksh 


12 




Seven Oaks 


Kent 


14 


L 


Reading 


Berksh 


14 


L 


Shaftsbury 


Dorset 


14 


L 


Redburn 


Hertford 


14 


L 


Sheerness 


Kent 


14 


L 


Redruth 


Cornw 


15 




Shefford 


Bedford 


13 




Reepham 


Norfolk 


14 


E 


Sheffield 


Yorksh 


12 





IT 



English Post Towns* 



Town. 


County. 


P.M. 


Town. 


County. 


P.M. 


Sheep wash 


Devon 


15a 




Stony MiddletonDerby 


12d 


Sheppy, Isleof, Kent 


M 


L 


Stony StratfordBucWng 


13 


Shepton-Mallet Somerset M 




Stourbridge 


Worcest 


13 


Sherborne 


Dorset 


14 


L 


Stourport 


Worcest 


13 


Shields (South 


Durham 


10 


E 


Stowmarket 


Suffolk 


13 E 


iShields (North) Northii 


10 


E 


Stow-OD'the- 






Shiffnal 


Shropsh 


13 




Wold 


Glou 


13 


Shipstone 


Warw 


13 




Stratford-on- 






Shoreham 


Sussex 


14. 


L 


Avon 


War 


13 


Shrewsbury 


Shropsh 


13 




Stratton 


Norfolk 


14 E 


Sidmouth 


Devon 


14 




Stratton 


Cornw 


15 


Silsoe 


Bedford 


13 




Stroud 


Gloucest 


13 


Skegness 


Lincoln 


12 




St. Albans 


Hertford 13 


Skipton 


Yorksh 


12 




St. Asaph 


N. Wales 12 


Sleaford 


Lincoln 


13 




St. Austle 


Cornw 


15 


Slough 


Bucks 


14 


L 


St. Columba 


Cornw 


15 


Snaeaton 


Yorksh 


11 




St. David's 


S. Wales 14 


Snaith 


Yorksh 


12 




St. Ives 


Hunting 


13 


Sodbury 


Gloucest 


14 




St. Ives 


Cornw 


15 


Somersham 


Camb 


13 


E 


St. Maws 


Cornw 


15 


Southall 


Middle 


14 


L 


St. Neots 


Hunting 


13 


Southam 


Warw 


13 




St. Helens 


Southa 


14 L 


Southampton 


Hampsh 


14 


L 


St. Germain 


Devon 


15 


Southend 


Essex 


14 


L 


St. Michael 


Devon 


15 


South Moulton Devon 


15 




Sudbury 


Suffolk 


14 L 


Southwell 


Netting 


12 




Sun bury 


Middle 


14 L 


South wold 


Suffolk 


14 


E 


Sunderland 


Durham 


11 E 


Spornham LandBerks 


14 


L 


Sutton ColefieldWarw 


12 


Spaldham 


Lincoln 


13 




S waff ham 


Norfolk 


14 E 


Spennithorn 


Yorksh 


11 




Swanage 


Dorset 


14 L 


Spilsby 


Lincoln 


13 




Swansea 


S. Wales 14 


Spithead 


Hampsh 


14 


L 


Swindon 


Wilts 


13 


Stafford 


Stafford 


12 




Tadcaster 


Yorksh 


11 


1 Staines 


Middle 


14 


L 


Tamworth 


Stafford 


12 


Staindrop 


Durham 


10 


E 


Tarporley 


Cheshire 


12 


Stamford 


Lincoln 


13 




Tavistock 


Devon 


15 


Stanhope 


Durham 


10 


E 


Taunton 


Somerset 


14 


Stevanage 


Hertford 13 




Teignmouth 


Devon 


14 


Steyning 


Sussex 


14 


L 


TempleSowerbyWestm 


9 


i Stilton 


Hunting 


13 




Tenbury 


Worcest 


13 


Stockbridge 


Hampsh 


14 


L 


Tenby 


S. Wales 14 


Stockenchurch 


Oxford 


13 




Tenterden 


Kent 


14 L 


Stockport 


Cheshire 


11 




Tetbury 


Gloucest 


13 


Stockton 


Durham 


12 


E 


Tetsworth 


Oxford 


13 


Stoke 


Norfolk 


13 


E 


Tewksbuiy 


Gloucest 


13 


1 Stokesley 


Yorksh 


12 




Thame 


Oxford 


13 


Stone 


Stafford 


12 




Thanet, Isle of, Kent 


14 L 








b 


2 







English Post Towns: 

Town. County. P.M. 

Thaxted Essex 14i L 

Thetford Norfolk 13 E 

Thirsk Yorksh 1 1 

Thorne Yorksh 12 

Thrapstone Northa 13 

Tidswell Derby 12 

Tilbury Essex 14 L 

Tiverton Devon 13 

Topsham Devon 14 

Torby Devon 15 

Torrington Devon 15 

Totness Devon 15 

Towcester Northa 13 

Trecastle Brecon 14 

Tregony Cornw 15 

Tring Hertfor 14 L 

Trowbridge Wiltsh 13 

Truro Cornw 15 

Tunbridge Kent 14 L 

Tuxford Notting 12 

Tynemouth Northu 10 

Uckfield Sussex 14 L 

Uley Gloucest 13 

Ulverton Lancash 11 

Upminster Essex 14 L 

Uppingham Rutlaud 13 

Usk Monm 13 

Uttoxeter Stafford 12 

Upton on Severn Worcest 13 

Uxbridge Middle 14 L 

Wadebridge Cornw 15 

Wadhurst Sussex 14 L 

Wakefield Yorksh 12 

Walton Norfolk 13 E 

V/allingford Berksh 14 L 

Walsall Stafford 12 
Waltham Cross Hertford 13 E 
Waltham-on- 

Tbames Surry 14 L 

Wansford Hunting 13 

Wantage Berksh 13 

Wareham Dorset 14 L 

Ware Hertford \3 E 

Warminster Wiltsh 14 L 

Warrington Lancash ] 2 

Warwick Warw 13 

Watford Hertford 14 L 



18 



Town. County. P.M. 
Wearmouth Durham llc?E 
Wedensbury Stafford 12 
Welch Pool N. Wales 13 
Welford Northa 13 
Wellington Somerset 13 
Wellington Shropsh 13 
Wellingborough Northa 13 
Wells Norfolk 13 E 
Wells Somerset 14 
Welwyn Hertford 13 
Wem Somerset 13 
Wendover Bucking 14 L 
Wenlock Shropsh 13 
Weolby Hereford 13 
Westbury Wiltsh 14 
Westerham Kent 14 L 
Wetherby Yorksh 11 
Weymouth Dorset 14 L 
Wheatley Oxford 13 
Whitby Yorksh 12 
Whitchurch Hampsh 14 L 
Whitchurch Shropsh 13 
Whitehaven Cumber 10 
Whittingham 10 E 
Whittlesea Hunting 13 
Wickham Hants 14 L 
Wickham Mar- 
ket Sussex 14 E 
Wickwar Gloucest 13 
Wigan Lancash 1 1 
Wigton Cumber 9 
Wilton Wilts 14 L 
Winborn Doi'set 14 L 
Wiucanton Somerset 14 L 
Winchcomb Gloucest 13 
Winchelsea Sussex 14 L 
Winchester Hampsh 14 L 
Windham Norfolk 14 E 
Windsor Berksh 14 L 
Wing Bucks 14 L 
Wingham Kent 14 L 
Winslow Bucks 14 L 
Wirks worth Derby 12 . 
Wisbeach Camb 13 E 
Witham Essex 14 L 
Witney Oxford 13 
Wivelscomb Somerset 14 



19 



English Post Towns, 



Town. 


County, 


P.l 


W. 


Toion. 


County. 


P.M. 


Wolsingham 


Durham 


10 


E 


Worthing 


Sussex 


14, 


L 


Wolverhampton Stafford 


12 




Wottenbasset 


Wiltsh 


14 




Wooburn 


Bedford 


13 




Wragby 


Lincoln 


13 




Woodbridge 


Suffolk 


n 


E 


Wrexham 


N. Wales 12 




Woodstock 


Oxford 


13 




Wycombe 


Bucking 


14 


L 


Wooler 


North u 


10 


E 


Wymondham 


Norfolk 


U 


E 


Woore 


Shropsh 


12 




Wyveliscomb 


Somerset 


14. 




Wooten-under- 








Yarmouth 


Norfolk 


14 


E 


Edge 


Gloucest 


13 




Yarm 


Yorksh 


12 




Worcester 


Worcest 


13 




Yeovil 


Somerset 


14 




Workingham 


Berksh 


M 


L 


Yeoxford 


Suffolk 


14 


E 


Workington 


Cumber 


10 




York 


Yorksh 


11 




Worksop 


Netting 


13 













A List of Post Towns in Ireland^ with the full Postage 
of a single Letter to each from Glasgow. 

N. B. Paid letters require to be into the office before the 
arrival of the English Mail, and unpaid letters are in time till ^ 
past 4 p. m. The mail is despatched at 5 p. m. 





d. 




d. 




d. 


Abbelaix, 


16 


Bailyborough, 


15 


Ballymore, 


16 


Abbeyfeale, 


17 


Balbriggan, 


15 


Ballymote, 


17 


Adair, 


17 


Ballaghaderin, 


17 


Ballymullet, 


18 


Ashacragh, 


17 


Ballina, 


17 


Ballynacargy, 


16 


Antrim, 


14 


Ballinakill, 


16 


Ballynahinch, 


14 


Ardara, 


16 


Ballinasloe, 


17 


Ballynamore, 


17 


Ardee, 


15 


BailincolUg, 


17 


Ballyragget, 


16 


Ardglass, 


14 


Ballingarry, 


17 


Ballyshannon, 


16 


Arklow, 


16 


Ballinrobe, 


17 


Ballytore, 


16 


Armagh, 


14 


Ballybay, 


15 


Ballyvary, 


17 


Arthurstown, 


17 


Ballyboy, 


15 


Baltinglass, 


16 


Arva, 


17 


Ballycastle, 


15 


Banagher, 


16 


Ashbourne, 


15 


Ballyclare, 


14 


Banbridge, 


14 


Askeaton, 


16 


Ballyconnell, 


16 


Bandon, 


18 


Ashford, 


17 


Ballygawley, 


15 


Bangor, 


13 


Athboy, 


16 


Ballyglass, 


17 


Bantry, 


18 


Athenry, 


17 


Ballyhaunis, 


17 


Belfast, 


13 


Athleague, 


17 


Ballylongford, 


17 


Bellaghy, 


14 


Athlone, 


16 


Ballyjamesduff, 


15 


Belturbet, 


16 


Athy, 


16 


Ballymahon, 


16 


Black vratertown 


, 14 


Aughnacloy, 


15 


Ballymenagh, 


14 


Blessington, 


16 


Aughrim, 


17 


Ballymoe, 


17 


Boyle, 


17 


Bagnalstovvn, 


16 


Bally money, 


14 


Bray, 


15 



Irish Post Towns, 



20 





d. 




d. 


Broadway, 


]7 


Castletown Roche 17 


Brookboro' 


15 


Castlewellan, 


14 


Broughshane, 


14 


Cavan, 


15 


BrufF, 


17 


Celbridge, 


15 


Buncrana, 


15 


CharleviUe, 


17 


Burriu, 


17 


Church-hill, 


15 


Burros-a-kane, 


17 


Clane, 


16 


Burros-in-ossory, 16 


Clara, 


16 


Burrosoleigh, 


17 


Clare, 


17 


Bushmills, 


15 


Clifden, 


16 


Buttevarit, 


17 


Clogheen, 


16 


Cabin- Teely, 


15 


Cloghan, 


17 


Caherciveeu, 


18 


Clogher, 


15 


Caherconlish, 


17 


Cloghnakilty, 


18 


Cahir, 


17 


Clonard, 


16 


Caledon, 


U 


Clonaslie, 


16 


Callan, 


16 


Clonee, 


15 


Camolin, 


16 


Clonegall, 


16 


Cappoquin, 


17 


Clones, 


15 


Carlingford, 


14 


Clonmel, 


17 


Cai-low, 


16 


Clough, 


14 


Carn, 


15 


Cloughjordan, 


17 


Car new, 


16 


Cloyne, 


18 


Carrickfergus, 


14 


Colehill, 


16 


Carrickmacross, 


13 


Colerain, 


15 


Carrick-on-Shan 


_ 


Collon, 


15 


non, 


17 


Collooney, 


17 


Carrick-on-Suir, 


17 


Comber, 


13 


Cashcarrigan, 


17 


Cong, 


17 


Cashel, 


17 


Cookstown, 


15 


Castlebar, 


17 


Coottehill, 


16 


Castlebellingham 


,15 


Cork, 


17 


Castleblakeny, 


17 


Cove, 


17 


Castleblayney, 


15 


Croome, 


17 


Castlecomer, 


16 


Crosmolina, 


18 


Castleconnel, 


17 


Crosakeale, 


16 


Castledawson, 


14 


Crossdoney, 


16 


Castlederg, 


15 


Croughwell, 


17 


Castledermot, 


16 


Crumlin, 


14 


Castlefin, 


15 


Clonee, 


17 


Castle-Island, 


18 


Cumber, 


14 


Castlemartyr, 


17 


Cusheen, 


18 


CastlepoUard, 


16 


Curofin, 


17 


Castlerea, 


17 


Cushindal, 


14 


Castletown, 


18 


Dangan, 


17 


Castletown- Del- 




Deal Castle, 


18 


vin, 


16 


Delgany, 


16 



d, 

Derry, 15 

Dervock, 14 

Dingle, 18 

Donaghadee, 13 

Donegal, 16 

Doneralle, 17 

Downpatrick. 1 4 

Drogheda, 15 

Dromahair, 17 

Dromaragh, 14 

Dromore, 14 

Dromore, West, 17 

Druncree, 16 

Drumsna, 1 7 

Dublin, 15 

Dundalk, 14 

Dunfanagby, 16 

Dungannon, 14 

Dungarvan, 17 

Dungiven, 15 

Dunkaneily, 16 

Dunleer, 15 

Dunlavin, 16 

Dunmanway, 18 

Dunmore, 17 

Dunnamanagh, 15 

Dunshaughlin , 1 6 

Durrow, 16 

Edenderry, 1 6 
Edgeworthstown, 16 

Elphin, 17 

Emo, 16 

Emyvale, 15 

Enfield, 16 

Ennis, 17 

Enniscorthy, 16 

Enniskillen, 15 

Ennistimmon, 17 

Eyrecourt, 17 

Far bane, 16 

Fermoy, 17 

Ferns, 16 

Fethard, 17 

Fethard, Tip. 17 

Fintona, 15 

Five-Mile- Town, 15 

Floi-ence- Court, 15 



21 



Irish Post Tmoyis, 





d. 




d. 


Flurrybridge, 


14 


KiUough, 


14 


ForkhiU, 


14 


Killucan, 


16 


Foxford, 


17 


Killybegs, 


16 


Freachpark, 


17 


Killyleigh, 


13 


Freshford, 


17 


Killynaule, 


17 


Galway, 


17 


Killysandra, 


16 


Garvah, 


14 


Kilmacthomas, 


17 


Geashell, 


16 


Kilmacrenan, 


16 


Gilford, 


14 


Kilmalloch, 


17 


Glaslough, 


14 


Kilrea, 


14 


Gienarm, 


14 


Kilrush, 


17 


Glenary, 


14 


Kil worth, 


17 


Golden, 


17 


King's Court, 


15 


Gore's Bridge, 


16 


Kinnegad, 


16 


Gorey, 


16 


Kinnety, 


16 


Gort, 


17 


Kinsale, 


18 


Gowran, 


16 


Kircubbin, 


13 


Graig, 


16 


Kish, 


15 


Granavd, 


16 


Knock, 


17 


Hacketstown, 


16 


Knocktoper, 


16 


Headford, 


17 


Lanesburgh, 


16 


Hillsborough, 


14 


Larne, 


14 


Hollymount, 


17 


Leighlinbridge, 


16 


Hollywood, 


13 


Leixlip, 


15 


Howth, 


15 


Letterkenny, 


15 


Inistiogue, 


16 


Limerick, 


17 


Innishannon, 


18 


Lisburn, 


14 


Irvinstown, 


15 


Lismore, 


17 


Johnstown, 


17 


Lisnakea, 


15 


Kanturk, 


17 


Listowell, 


17 


Keadue, 


17 


Littleton, 


17 


Ready, 


15 


Longford, 


16 


Kells, 


15 


Loughbrickland, 


14 


Kenmare, 


15 


Loughgali, 


15 


Kilbeggan, 


16 


Lochrea, 


17 


Kilcock, 


16 


Lucan, 


15 


Kilconnel, 


17 


Lurgan, 


14 


Kilcullen, 


16 


Lurgan green. 


14 


Kildare, 


16 


Macroom, 


18 


Kildorrery, 


17 


Maghera, 


14 


Kildysart, 


17 


Magherafelt, 


14 


Kilkeel, 


14 


Mallow, 


17 


Kilkenny, 


16 


Malahide, 


15 


Killala, 


18 


Manorhamilton, 


16 


Killaloe, 


17 


MarkethiU, 


14 


KiUarney, 


18 


Maryborough, 


16 


Killinchy, 


13 


Maynooth, 


15 



d. 

Middleton, 17 

Millstreet, 18 

Miltown, 18 

Milton Malbay, 17 

Mitchelstown, 17 

Moate, 16 

Mohill, 17 

Moira, 14 

Moneghan, 14 

Monastei'even, 16 

Monogall, 16 

Moneymore, 14 

Monyvae, 17 

Mountmellick, 16 

Mount-Nugent, 16 

Mountrath, 17 

Mount- Talbot, 17 

Moville, 15 

Moy, 14 

Moynalty, 15 

Muff, 15 

MuUingar, 16 

My shall, 16 

Naas, 16 

Narin, 16 

Navan, 15 

Nenagh, 17 
New Birmingham 17 

New Bliss, 15 

New Bridge, 16 

Newcastle, 17 

Newmarket, 17 
Newmarket-on- 

Fer, 17 
Newport, Mayo 17 
Newport, Tip. 17 
Newry, 14 
Newtonards, 13 
Newton- Barry, 16 
Newton- Forbes, 16 
Newton-Hamil- 
ton, 15 
Newtown Lima- 

vady, 1 5 
N. T. Mount- 
Kennedy, 19 
Newtown Stewart 15 



Irish Post Towns. 



22 





d. 


Nobber, 


15 


Oldcastle, 


16 


Omagh, 


15 


O ran more, 


17 


Oulart, 


16 


Outarard, 


17 


Pallas-green, 


17 


Pallas-kenry, 


17 


Parsontown, 


17 


Passage, 


17 


Passage, West 


17 


Pbilipstown, 


16 


Plltown, 


17 


Portadown, 


14 


Portafcrry, 


14 


Portarlington, 


16 


Portglenone, 


14 


Portlaw, 


17 


Portumna, 


17 


Ramelton, 


16 


Randelstown, 


14 


Raphoe, 


15 


Rathangan, 


16 


Rathcoole, 


15 


Rathcormuck, 


17 


Rathdowney, 


16 


Rathdrum, 


16 


Rathfriland, 


14 


Rathcale, 


17 


Rathlacken, 


18 


Rathowen, 


16 



d. 

Richill, 14 

Rosecommon, 17 

Roscrea, 1 6 

Ross, 17 

Rosscarbery, 18 

Rostrevor, 14 

Rusky, 16 

Rutland, 17 

Saintfield, 14 

ScarifF, 17 

Scrabby, 16 

Shanagolden, 17 

Shinrone, 16 
Six-Mile-Bridge, 17 

Skibbereen, 18 

Slane, 15 

Sllgo, 16 

Stewartstovvn, 15 

Strabane, 15 

Stradbally, 16 

Stradone, 16 

Strangford, 14 

Stranorlar, 16 

Strokestown, 1 7 

Summerhill, 16 

Swanlinbar, 17 

Swinford, 17 

Swords, 15 

Taghmon, 1 7 

Tallaght, 16 

Tallanstown, 15 





d. 


Tallow, 


17 


Tanderagee, 


14 


Tarbert, 


17 


Templemore, 


17 


Tempo, 


15 


Thomasto wn, 


16 


Thurles, 


17 


Tinahely, 


16 


Tipperary, 


17 


Toom, 


14 


Tralee, 


18 


Tramore, 


17 


Trim, 


16 


Tnam, 


17 


Tubbermore, 


14 


TuUa, 


17 


Tullamore, 


16 


Tullow, 


16 


Tulsk, 


17 


Tynan, 


14 


Tyrells-Pass, 


16 


Valentia, 


18 


Virginia, 


15 


Warrenspoint, 


14 


Waterford, 


17 


Westport, 


17 


Wexword 


17 


Wicklow, 


16 


Youghall, 


17 



List of Post Towns in Scotland, with the Postage of a 
single Letter to each from Glasgow, and the Time at 
which the Letter Box is closed for making up the 
different Mails. 

Note, By the mark 10-50 is meant 50 minutes past 10. 

d. d. 

Aberbrothwick, daily, at 3 Aberfeldy, daily, 3 p. m. 9 

p. m. 9 Aberlady, do. 10 p. m. 8 

Aberdeen, do. do. Aboyne, do. 3 p. m. 11 

Aberdour, do. 10-50 a. m. Airdrie, do. 10-50 a. m. and 

and 3 p. m. 8 10 p. m. 5 & 4 



23 



Scotch Post Towns. 



d. 

Alford, Sunday, Tuesday and 

Friday, 3 p. m. 11 

Alloa, daily, 3 p. m. 7 

Annan, do. 7 a. m. 9 

Anstruther, do. 10-50 a. no. 

and 10 p. m. 9 

Appin, Sunday, Tuesday and 

Friday, 2 a. m. 9 

Aross, do. do. 10 

Auchteravder, daily, 3 p. m. 8 
Auchtermuchty, do. do. 9 

Ayr, do. 2 a. m. and ^ past 

4 p. m. 7 

Ayton, do. 10 p. m. 9 

Ballantrae, do. | past 4 p. m. 8 
Ballindalloch, do. 3 p. m. 11 
Banchory, daily, 3 p. m. 11 

Banff, do. do. 11 

Bathgate, do. 10-50 a. m. and 

10 p. m. 6 

Beauly, do. 3 p. m. 12 

Beith, do. 2 a. m. 6 

Bervie, do. 3 p. m. 10 

Berwick, do. 10 p. m. 9 

Bigar, do. 10-50 a. m. 8 

Blackshiels, do. do. 8 

Blair Adam, do. 3 p. m. 9 

Blair Athole, do. do. 9 

Blair Gowrie, do. do. 9 

Bonar Bridge, do. do. 13 

Bonaw, Sunday, Tuesday and 

Friday, 2 a. m. 9 

Borrowstouness, daily, 

10-50 a. m. 10 p. m. 8 & 7 
Bowmore, Sunday, Tuesday 

and Friday, 2 a. m. 10 

Brechin, daily, 3 p. m. 10 

Bridge of Earn, do. do. 8 

Broadford, Monday, Wednes- 
day and Friday, do. 13 
Buckie, daily, 3 p. m. 11 
Burntisland, daily, 10-50 a. m. 

and 3 p. in. 8 

Cairndow, daily, 2 a. m. 8 

Callander, do. 3 p. m. 7 

Campbeltown, daily except 

Sundays, 10 



Cairnish, Monday, Wednes- 
day and Friday, 3 p. m. 14 
Carlisle, daily, 7 a. m. 9 

Carnwath, do. do. 7 

Castle- Douglas, do. 7 a. m. 

and 10-50 a. m. 9 & 10 

Chance-Inn, do. 3 p. m. 9 

Clackmannan, do. 3 p. m. 7 
Coldstream, do. 10 p, m. 9 

Colinsburgh, daily, 10-50 a.m. 

and 3. p. m. 9 

Cupar Angus, daily, 3 p. m. 9 
Cupar Fife, do. 10-50 a. m. 

and 3 p. m. 9 

Craig Ellachie, do. 3'p. m. 11 
Craill, do. 10-50 a. m. and 

3 p. m. 9 

Creetown, do. 7 a. m. and 

10-50 a. m. lO&ll 

Crieff, do. 3 p. m. 7 

Cromarty, do. 3 p. m. 12 

Crook, do. 10-50 a. m. 9 

Cullen, do. 3 p. m. 11 

Culross, do. do. 7 

Cumnock, do. 2 a. m. 7 

Dalmally, Sunday, Tuesday 

and Friday, 2 a. m. 8 

Dairy, daily, 2 a. m. 6 

Denny, do. 3 and 10 p. m. 6 8b 7 
Dingwall, do. 3 p. m. 12 

Dornoch, do. 3 p. m. 13 

Douglas, do. 7 a. m. 7 

Doune, do. .3 p. m. 7 

Dumbarton, do. 2 a. m. 4 

Dumfries, do. 7 a. m. and 

10-50 a. m. 8 & 9 

Dunbar, do. 10 p. m. 8 

Dunbeath, do. 3 p. m. 13 

Dunblane, do. do. 7 

Dundee, do. do. 9 

Dunfermline, do. 10-50 a. m. 

and 3 p. m. 8 

Dunkeld, daily, 3 p. m. 9 

Dunning, do. 3 p. m. 8 

Dunoon, do. 2 a.m. 7 

Dunse, do. 10-50 a.m. and 10 

p. m. 9 



Scotch Post Towns. 



24 



Dunvegan, Mon, Wed. and 

Friday, 3 p. m. 13 

Dysart, daily, 10-50 a. m. 

and 3 p. m. 8 

Eaglesham, do. h past 4 p. m. 4 
Earlston, do. lO'SO a. m. 9 
Ecclefechan, daily, 7 a. m. 8 
Eddleston, do. 10-50 a. m. 8 
Edinburgh, do. 10-50 a. m. 

and 10 p. m. 7 

Elgin, do. 3 p. m. 11 

Ellon, do. do. 1 1 

Ely, do. 10-50 a. m. and 3 

p. m. 9 

Errol, do. 3 p. m. 9 

Evanton, do. do. 12 

Falkirk, do. 3 and 10 p.m. 6& 7 
Falkland, do. 3 p. m. 9 

Fettercairn, do. do. 10 

Fochabers, do. do. 11 

Forfar, do. do. 9 

Forres, do. do. 12 

Fort- Augustus, Sun. Tues. 

Friday, 2 a. m. 10 

Fort-George, daily, 3 p. in. 12 
Fortrose, do. do. 12 

Fort- William, Sun. Tues. 

Frid. 2 a. m. 10 

Frasersburgh, daily, 3 p. m. 11 
Fushie- Bridge, do. 10 p. m. 8 
Gallashiels, do. 10-50 a. m. 

and 10 p. m. 9 

Gatehouse, do. 7 a. m. 10-50 

a. m. 9 and 10 

Girvan, do. ^ past 4 p. m. 8 
Glammis, do. 3 p. m. 9 

Glenluce, do. 7 a. m. 9 

Golspie, do. 3 p. m. 13 

Grangemouth, do. 3 and 10 

p. m. 6 and 7 

Grantown, daily, 3 p. m. 12 
Greenock, do. 2 a. m. 11 a. 

m. and 4 p. m. 6 

Haddington, do. 10 p. m. 8 
Hamilton, do. 7 a. m. 4 

Hawick, do. 10-50 a. m. and 

10 p. m. 9 



Helensburgh, daily, 2 a. m. 6 
Helmsdale, do. 3 p. m. 13 

Holytown, do. 10-50 a, m. 4 
Huna, do. 3p. m. 14 

Huntly, do. do. 11 

Inchture, do. do. 9 

Inveraray, do. 2 a. m. 8 

Invergordon, do. 3 p. m. 13 

Inverkeithing, do. 10-50 a.m. 

3 p. m. 8 

Inverness, do. 3 p. m 12 

Irvine, do. 2 a. m. 6 

Jedburgh, do. 10-50 a. m. 9 
Jura, Sund. Tuesd. and Frid. 

2 a. m. .9 
Keith, daily, 3 p. m. 11 
Keithall, do. do. 1 1 
Kelso, do. 10-50 a. m. 9 
Kennoway, daily, 3 p. m. 9 
Killin, Mon. Thurs. Sat. 3 

p. m. 8 

Kilmarnock, daily, 2 a. m. 

and ^ past 4 p. m. 6 

Kilsyth, do. 2 a. m. 4 

Kincardine, do. 3 p. m. 7 

Kinghorn, do. 10-50 a. m. 3 

p. m. 8 

Kingussie, Mon. Thurs. Sat, 

3 p. m. 10 
Kinross, daily, 3 p. m. 9 
Kintore, do. do. 10 
Kippen, daily, 3 p. m. 7 
Kircaldy, do. 10-50 a. m. 3 

p. m. 8 

Kirkcudbright, do. 7 a. m. and 

10-50 p. m. 9 and 10 

Kirkintilloch, do. 2 a. m. 4 

Kii-kvpall, do. 3 p. m. 14 

Kirriemuir, do. do. 9 

Lanark, do. 7 a. m. 6 

Langholme, daily, 7 »• m. 

and 10 p. m. 10 

Largs, do. 2 a. m. 7 

Lauder, do. 10-50 a. m. 8 

Laurencekirk, do. 3 p. m. 10 
Leadhills, Mon. and Thurs. 

7 a. m. 7 



S5 



Scotch Post Towns. 



d. 

Lerwick, once a month, 14 

Lesmahagow, daily, 7 a. m. 6 
Leven, do. 10-50 a. m. and 

3 p. m. 9 

Linlithgow, do. 10 p. m. 7 

Lochalsh, Mon. Wed. & Frid. 

3 p. m. 13 

Lochcarron, do. do. 13 

Lochgilphead, daily, except 

Sundays, 9 

Lochmaben, daily, 7 a. m. 9 
Lockerby, do. 7 a. m. 8 

Longtown, do. do. and 10 

p. m. 10 

Luss, do. 2 a. m. 6 

Mauchline, do. 2 a. m. 7 

Maybole, do. | past 4 p. m. 7 
Meigle, daily, 3 p. m. 9 

Melrose, do. 10-50 a. m. and 

10 p. m. 9 

Mid-Calder, do. 10-50 a. m. 7 
Milnathort, do. 3 p. m. 9 

Mintlaw, do. 3 p. m. 11 

Moffat, do. 7 a. m. 8 

Montrose, do. 3 p. m. 9 

Moi'vern, Sun. Tues. Frid. 

2 a. m. 10 

Muirdrum, daily, 3 p. m. 9 

Muirkirk, Mon. Tues. Thurs. 

Sat. 7 a. m. 7 

Munlochy, daily, 3 p. m. 12 
Nairn, daily, do. 3 p. m. 12 
Newburgh, (Fife,) do. 3 

p. m. 8 

New- Galloway, do. 7 and 

10-50 a. m. 9 and 10 

Newton- Stewart, do. 7 a. m. 

and 10-50 a.m. 10 and 11 
Noblehouse, do. 10-50 a. m. 8 
North Queensferry, do. iO-50 

a. m. and 3 p. m. 8 

Oban, Sun. Tues. and Frid. 

at 2 a. m. 9 

Old Meldrum, daily, 3 p. m. 11 
Old Rain, do. do. 1 1 

Paisley, do, 2 a. m. 11a. m. 

and 4 p. m. 4 



d. 
Parkhill, daily, 3 p. m. 13 

Peebles, do. 10-50 a. m. and 

10 p. m. 8 
Perth, do. 3 p. m. 8 
Peterhead, do. do. 1 1 
Pitlochry, do. do. 9 
Pittenweem, do. 10-50 a. m. 

and 10 p. m. 9 

Portaskaig, Sun. Tues. and 

Frid. 2 a. m. 10 

Port- Glasgow, daily, 2 a. m. 

11 a. m. and 4 p. m. 6 
Port- Patrick, do. ^ past 4 

p. m. " 9 

Portree, Mon. Wed. and 

Frid. 3p.m. 13 

Portsoy, daily, 3 p. m. 11 

Prestonkirk, do. 10 p. m. 8 
Rachanmiil, do. 10-50 a. m. 

and 10 p. m. 8 

Renfrew, do. 2 a. m. Ss 4 p. m. 4 
Roslin, do. 10 p. m. 7 

Rothesay, do. 2 a. m. 7 

St. Andrews, do. 10-50 a. m. 

and 3 p. m. 9 

St. Boswell Green, 10-50 a. 

m. and 10 p. m. 9 

Saltcoats, do. 2 a. m. 7 

Sanquhar, Tues. Thurs. Sat. 

2 a. m. 8 
Selkirk, daily, 10-50 a. m. 9 
South Queensferry, do. 10-50 

a. m. and 3 p. m. 8 

Stewarton, do. 2 a. m. 6 

Stirling, do. 3 p. m. (i 

Stonehaven, do. do. 10 

Stornoway, Wed. do. 14 

Stow, daily, 10 p. m. 8 

Stranraer, do. ^ past 4 p. m. 9 
Strathaven, do. 7 a. m. 5 

Strathdon, Sun. Tues. Frid. 

3 p. m. 11 
Strontian, Sun. Tues. Frid. 

2 a. m. 10 

Tain, daily, 3 p. m. 13 

Tarbert, Sun. Tues. Frid. 

2 a. m. 



Scotch Post Tovms. 



26 



Tarland, Sunday, Tuesday & 
Friday, 3 p. m. 11 

Thornhill, daily, 7 a. m. and 
10-50 a. m. 9 and 10 

Thurso, do. 3 p. m. 14 

Tobermory, Sun. Tues. Frid. 

2 a. m. 10 
TuUich, do. do. 3 p. m. 11 
Turriff, daily, 3 p. m. 11 
Tyndrum, Mon. Thur. Sat. 

3 p. m. 8 



Ullapool, Monday and Fri- 
day, 3 p. m. 13 

Whitburn, daily, 10-50 a. m. 
and 10 p. m. 6 

Whithorn, do. 7 a. m. and 
10.50 a.m. 10 and 11 

Wick, daily, 3 p. m. 13 

Wigton, do. 7 a. m. and 10- 
50 a. m. 10 and 11 

Wilsontown, do. 10-50 a. m. 
and 10 p. m. 6 



By an act, 53d Geo. III. all letters and packets which shall be 
conveyed, during any part of their progress through Scotland, by 
a mail-coach, are liable to an additional half-penny, to the ordinary 
rate of postage; but not to be doubled or trebled on double or 
treble letters. 



List of Twopenny Post Towns, with the hours at which 

the Letter Box is closed for making up the Mails. 

Balfron, daily, (except Sundays,) . . . . 2 a. m. 

Bari'head, daily, ... ... 4 p. m. 

Bothwell, daily, . . . . . . . 7 a. m. 

Cambuslang, daily, (except Sundays,) . . . 7 a. m. 

Cathcart, daily, . . . . . . . 4 p. m. 

Cumbernauld, daily, 3 p. m. 

East Kilbride, daily, (except Sundays,) . . . 7 a. m. 

Killearn, daily, (except Sundays,) . . . 2 a. m. 

Kilpatrick, daily, . . . . . . 2 a. m. 

Lennoxton, daily, . . . . . 2 a. m. 

Maryhill, daily, . . . . . . 7 a. m. 

Milngavie, daily, except Sundays, . . . . 7 a. m. 

Neilston, daily, . . . . . . 4 p. ra. 

Parkhead, daily, . . . . . . 7 a. m. 

Partick, daily, 2 a. m. 

Pollokshaws, daily, . . . . . . 4 p, m. 

Rutherglen, daily, . . . . . . 7 a. m. 

Springbank, daily, . . . . . . 7 a. m. 

Springfield, daily, (except Sundays,) . . 9-30 a. m. 

Strathblane, daily, (except Sundays,) . . . 2 a. m. 



27 



Penny-Post List. 



List of Penny-Post and Sub- Offices, 



The Postage and Hour of Dispatch from Glasgow to each of the 
following Sub- Offices, are the same as to the principal Offices 
under which they are established. To the Penny- Posts the 
hour of Dispatch is also the same, but the Postage is one Penny 
additional, s. o. stands for Sub- Office, and p. p. for Penny- Post. 



Aberchirder, s. o. to Banff 
Aberlady, p. p. to Haddington 
Aberlour, s. o. to Craigellachie 
Alyth, s. o. to Meigle 
Ardrossan, p. p. to Saltcoats 
Arisaig, s. o. to Fort- William 
Arran, s. o. to Saltcoats 
Arrochar, s. o. to Luss 
Assynt, s. o. to Bonarbridge 
Auchnacraig, s. o. to Oban 
Ballachulish, s. o. to Appin 
Ballater, s. o. to Tullich 
Bannockburn, p. p. to Stirling 
Bellshill, p. p. to Holytown 
Boat of Forbes, s. o. to Alford 
Bogroy, s. o. to Inverness 
Bowholm, s. o. to Langholm 
Braemar, s. o. to Tullich 
Bucklyvie, p. p. to Kippen 
Bunessan, p, p. to Aros 
Burghmuirhead, p. p. to Edin- 
burgh 
Burwick, s. o. to Huna 
Cairm~yan, s. o. to Stranraer 
Catrine, p. p. to Mauchline 
Chirnside, p. p. to Ayton 
Clackmannan, p. p. to Alloa 
Colinton, p. p. to Edinburgh 
Coll, s. o. to Tobermory 
Coldingham, s. o to Ayton 
Comrie, s. o. to Crieff 
Corstoi'phin, p. p. to Edinburgh 
Craignish, p. p. to Lochgilphead 
Crammond, p. p. to Edinburgh 
Crinnan, p. p. to Lochgilphead 
Crocketford, p. p. to Dumfries 
Culross, s. o. to Dumfermline 
Currie, p. p. to Edinburgh 
Dalkeith, p. p. to Edinburgh 
Dalmellington, s. o. to Ayr 



Dirleton, p. p. to Haddington 
Drumindrochit, s. o. to Inver- 
ness 
Drymen, p. p. to Dumbarton 
Dysart, p. p. Kirkaldy 
Easdale, p. p. to Oban 
Ely, s. o. to CoUinsburgh 
Eyemouth, s. o. to Ayton 
Ford, p. p. to Edinburgh 
Fordon, s. o. to Laurencekirk 
Fruchie, p, p. to Falkland 
Galston, p. p. to Kilmarnock 
Gartmore, p. p. to Kippeu 
Gifford, p. p. to Haddington 
Glenlivet, s. o. to Ballindalloch 
Grahamestone, p. p. to Falkirk 
Greenlaw, p. p. to Dunse 
Gretna, p. p. to Carlisle 
Gullan, p. p. to Haddington 
Helmsdale, s. o. to Golspie 
Hermiston, p. p. to Edinburgh 
Horndean, p. p. to Berwick 
Innerkip, p. p. to Greenock 
Innerlethen, p. p. to Peebles 
Johnston, s. o. to Paisley 
Kenuoway, s. o. to Leven 
Kettle, p. p. to Falkland 
Kilbride, s. o. to. Saltcoats 
Kilmaurs, p. p. to Kilmarnock 
Kilwinning, p. p. to Irvine 
Kincardine O'Neill, s. o. to 

Aberdeen 
Kinloch-Rannoch, p. p. to Pit- 

lochrie 
Kintra, s. o. to Lochgilphead 
Kirkliston, p. p. to Edinburgh 
Kirknewton, p. p. to Edinburgh 
Laggan, s. o. to Kingussie 
Largo, p. p. to Leven 
Larbert, p. p. to Falkirk 



Penny-Post List. 



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Lanvade, p. p. to Edinburgh 
Leith, p. p. to Edinburgh 
Leitholna, p. p. to Coldstream 
Leslie, p. p. to Kirkaldy 
Leuchars, p. p. to Cupar- Fife 
Libberton, p. p, to Edinburgh 
Linton, s. o. to Noblehouse 
Lochearnhead, s. o. to Callander 
Loch Inver, s. o. to Bonarbridge 
Lochwinnoch, p. p. to Paisley 
Luib, s. o. to Callander 
Lybster, s. o. to Golspie 
Lynwilg, s. o. to Kingussie 
Mai'kinch, p. p. to Kirkaldy 
Mey, s. o. to Thurso 
Milnathort, p. p. to Kinross 
Moniaive, s. o. to Thornhill 
Monymusk, s. o. to Kintore 
Mortlacb, s. o. to Craigellachie 
Musselburgh, p. p. to Edinburgh 
Newcastleton, p. p. to Langholm 
Newmills, p. p. to Kilmarnock 
Newmills, p. p. to Dunfermline 
Newport, s. o. to Dundee 
North Berwick, p. p. to Had- 
dington 
New Pitsligo, p. p. to Mintlaw 
Old Aberdeen, p. p. to Aber- 
deen 
Pathhead, p, p. to Kirkaldy 
Pennycuick, p. p, to Edinburgh 
Polmont, p. p. to Falkirk 
PoUew^e, s. o. to Stornoway 
Portobello, p. p. to Edinburgh 
Port- William, s. o. to Wigton 



Prestonpans, p. p. to Edinburgh 
Ratho, p. p. to Edinburgh 
Ryhnie, s. o. to Old Raia 
Roslin, p. p. to Edinburgh 
Rothes, s. o. to Craigellachie 
Slateford, p. p, to Edinburgh 
St. Margaret's Hope, s. o. to 

Kirkwall 
St. Ninians, p. p. to Stirling 
South Ronaldshay, s. o. to Kirk- 
wall 
Skene, s. o. to Aberdeen 
Strathaven, s. o. to Hamilton 
Strathmiglo, p. p. to Kinross 
Strichen, p. p. to Mintlaw 
Stromness, s. o. to Kirkwall 
Swinton, p. p. to Dunse 
Tarbolton, p. p. to Kilmarnock 
Tayinloane, s. o. Campbel- 
town 
Tomintoul, s. o. to Ballindal- 

loch 
Tongue, s. o. to Thurso 
Torryburn, p. p. to Dunfermr 

line 
Tranant, p. p. to Edinburgh 
Troon, s. o. to Kilmarnock 
Tyree, s. o. to Tobermory 
Uphall, p. p. to Eginburgh 
West Salton, p. p. to Hadding- 
ton 
Widowell, s. o. to Kirkwall 
Wilsontown, s. o. to Whitburn 
Windygates, s. o. to Leven 
Woodside, p. p. to Aberdeen 



POST-OFFICE RECEIVING HOUSES. 
John Robertson, 6, Main Street, Gorbals. 
John Gay, 3, New Bridge Street, Tradeston. 
Cunningham Rennie, 45, Canning Street. 
W. C. Johnston, Sauchiehall Street. 

Hannay, 295, Argyll Street* 

James Steel, Port-Dundas. 



39 Magistrates^ 8fc. 

List of the Magistrates^ Town Council, Sfc, of Glasgow, 

MAGISTRATES. 

The Hon. ROBERT DALGLISH, Lord Pi-ovost. 

Matthew Fleming, Esq. 1 

John Smith, Ygst. Esq. >- Merchant Bailies. 

David Ferguson, Esq. 3 

Robert Ferrie, Esq. I Trades' Bailies 

George Burn, Esq. ) 

James Ewing, Esq. Dean of Guild, 

John Alston, Esq. Deacon Convener. 

Archibald M'Lellan, Jun. Esq. Treasurer. 

James Browne, Esq. Master of Works. 

William Rodger, Esq. Bailie of River and Frith of Clyde. 

William M'Lean, Esq. Depute Do. 

James M'Kenzie, Esq. Bailie of Pro van. 

David Gilkison, Esq. Bailie of Port-^ Glasgow. 

James Reddie, Esq. First Town Clerk. 

Robert Thomson, Esq. Second Town Clerk. 

Joseph Reid, Esq. J 

William Davie, Esq. > Depute Town Clerks. 

Angus Turner, Esq. 3 

James Cleland, Esq. Superintendent of Public Works. 

John SpreuU, Esq. Chamberlain. 

Andrew Simson, Esq. Procurator Fiscal. 

James Hardie, Esq. Superintendent of Streets and Buildings. 

John Graham, Esq. City Marshal. 



COUNCILLORS. 



Merchants. 
Alexander M'Gregor, 
George Scheviz, 
John May, 
D. Cuthbertson, 
William Gray, 
Alexander Garden, 
John Muir, 
Hugh Robertson, 
John Buchanan, 
Stewart Smith, 
James Martin, 
Hugh Cogan. 



Trades. 
James Graham, 
Walter Ferguson, 
William Rodger, 
William Craig, 
Alexander Wood, 
William M'Lean, 
William Frew, 
William Snell, 
James Paterson, 
John Alston, 
Henry Taylor, Jun. 



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Magistrates, 8fc, 



From the Merchants. 
Messrs. Hugh Robertson, 
James Hutchison, 
David Bell, 
Alexander Graham, 



From the Trades. 

Messrs. William M'Lean, 

Henry Taylor, 

James Graham, 

James M'Vicar, 



SO 



DEAN OF GUILD COURT. 
JAMES EWING, Esq. Dean of Guild. 



DIRECTORS OF THE TOWN'S HOSPITAL. 



Lord Provost, 

Bailies, 

Messrs. Alexander M'Gregor, 

James Martin, 

Hugh Cogan, 



Messrs. William Craig, 

William M'Lean, 
William Frew, 
James Paterson, 



COMMITTEE ON RIVER CLYDE AND HARBOUR 
OF GLASGOW. 



Lord Provost, 
Bailie Smith, 
Dean of Guild, 
Deacon Convener, 
Bailie of River, 
Messrs. James Browne, 

John May, 

George Scheviz, 

Mr. Browne 



Messrs. William Gray, 

William M'Lean, 

Additional Trustees, 
Messrs. R. D. Alston, 

William Graham, 
Dugald M'Fie, 
James Cook. 
Convener. 



Jun. 



Four a Quorum. 



LIST OF THE MERCHANTS' HOUSE. 

James Ewing, Esq. Dean of Guild. 

DIRECTORS. 

The Honourable Robert Dalgush, Lord Provost. 



Matthew Fleming, Esq. 
John Smith, Ygst. Esq. 
David Ferguson, Esq. 



Merchant Bailies. 



Stewart Smith, 
Alexander Garden, 
William Hamilton, 
William Smith, 
Robert Findlay, 



Daniel M'Kenzie, 
Kirkman Finlay, 
R, D. Alston, 
James M'Kenzie, 
William Gray, 



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Hugh Robertson, 
Septimus Ellis, 
William Dunn, 
Dugald M'Fie, 
Matthew Perston 
John Sommerville, 
John Fleming, 
John Strang, 
William Mills, 
Alexander Graham, 
John M'Nair, Jun. 
James Dennistoun, 
Robert Kinnier, 



Jun. 



Magistrates^ 8fc. 



Henry Dunlop, 
James Oswald, 
John Dennistoun, 
C. J. Tennent, 
Robert Gray, 
James Hutchison, 
Robert Aitken, 
Robert Thomson, 
Robert Stewart, 
William Gilmour, 
George Stirling, 
Robert M' Gavin, 
Allan FuUarton, 



Laurence Hill, Collector. 

John Douglas, Clerk. 

William Gillespie Crawford, Officer. 



LIST OF THE TRADES' HOUSE. 
John Alston, Esq. Convener. 



Trades' Bailies. 



Robert Ferrie, Esq 
George Burn, Esq. 
James Govan, Esq. Collector. 
William M'Lean, Esq. late Convener. 
Henry Tayloi", Jun. Esq. late Collector. 
Hammermen. 



James M'Vicar, Deacon, 
Hugh M'Donald, 
Alexander Wood, 
Archibald M'Lellan, Jun. 
John M' Vicar, 
Robert Murdoch. 

Tailors. 
Robert Granger, Deacon, 
William Anderson, 
Andrew Carss, 
Hugh M'Kinnon, 
John Armour, 
James Cairns. 

Cordiners. 
William Lochore, Deacon, 
William Wilson, 
Robert Lochore, 
John Gilchrist, 
Henry Jaques, 
George Smith, 



Maltmen. 
Robert Hunter, Visitor, 
Hugh M'Kay, 
Alexander Galloway, 
James Hunter, 
Walter Stewart, 
William Stewart. 

Weavers. 
James MacLellan, Deacon. 
Robert Wilson, 
William Patrick. 

Bakers. 
Alexander Glassford, Deacon, 
James Parker, 
Robert M'Farlane. 

Skinners. 
John Tassie, Deacon, 
John Ewrng, 
Archibald Shearer. 



Magistrates, §*c. 



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Wrights. 
John Small, Deacon. 
John Walker, 
James Graham. 

Coopers, 

James Neilsoii, Deacon, 
James Brown, 
Robert Hood, 

Fleshers. 

William Hunter, Deacon, 
Thomas Lang, 
Thomas Neilson. 



Masons. 
Thomas Smith, Deacon, 
Gavin Laurie, 
William M'Cready. 

Gardeners. 
William Jones, Deacon, 
Duncan Gillies, 
William Wilson. 

JBarhers. 
Peter Rankin, Deacon, 
James Miller, 
John Chrystie. 

Dyers and Bonnet Makers. 
James Reid, Deacon, 
William Brand. 



Mr. Benjamin Mathie, Clerk, 
Rev. Mr. Ritchie, Chaplain. 
Mr. David Hamilton, Architect. 
Mr. Robert Scott, Surveyor. 
Andrew Rae, Officer. 



CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. 

KiRKMAN FiNLAY, Esq. Chairman. 

William Gray, Esq. Deputy Chairman. 

DuGALD Bannatyne, Esq. Secretary. 

JDirectors. 



Dugald Bannatyne, Esq. 
George Scheviz, Esq. 
Robert Jarvie, Esq. 
John Muir, Esq. 
William Graham, Jun. Esq. 
R. D. Alston, Esq. 
Arthur Connell, Esq. 
William Guild, Esq. 
William Gray, Esq. merchant. 
Theodore Walrond, Esq. 
Donald Cuthbertson, Esq. 
Robert Farquharson, Esq. Pais- 
ley. 



James Huteheson, Esq. 
Kirkman Finlay, Esq. 
William Hamilton, Esq. 
James M' Queen, Esq. 
William Smith, Esq. 
James Eccles, Esq. 
John Fleming, Esq. 
Robert Finlay, Esq. 
J. G. Hamilton, Esq. 
W. Leckie Ewing, Esq. 
Alexander M'Gregor, Esq. 
John Scott, Esq. 
James Ellis, Esq. 



83 Magistrates, ^c. 



Magistrates and Councils of Suburbs. 

MAGISTRATES AND COUNCIL OF GORBALS. 

Nominated by the Lord Provost, Magistrates and Town Council 

of Glasgow as Barons superior. 

JAMES MARTIN, Esq. Principal Bailie. 

Dr. Andrew Reid, "^ 

James Cook, Esq. ( ry . , . t, .t. 
T 1. T J -il T-< r Resident Bailies. 
John Hamilton, Esq. ( 

John Walker, Esq. j 

Joseph Reid, Assessor. — John Buchanan, Officer. 

Court Days, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 10 o'clock a. m. 

COUNCILLORS. 

William Thomson, Dean of Guild. 

Robert Steel, John Walker and George Binnie. 



BURGH OF CALTON. 
NATHANIEL STEVENSON, Esquire, Provost. 
David M'Grigor, Esq. ^ 

Robert Shaw, Esq. V Bailies. 

Bobert Bartholomew, Esq. } 
James Parker, Esq. Dean of Guild. — Hugh Cogan, Junior, Esq. 
Treasurer. — William Strang, Master of Works. 
COUNCILLORS. 



Messrs. George Sweet, 
William Smith, 
James Parker, 
Hugh Cogan, Sen. 
William Strang, 
James Black, 

William Brown, Clerk. — John Harvie, and Robert Bryce, 
Procurators Fiscal. 



Messrs. Robert Dick, 
John Cassels, 
David Neil, 
Dugald Campbell, 
Henry M'Dougall. 



BURGH OF ANDERSTON. 
HENRY HOULDSWORTH, Esq. of Cranstonhill, Provost. 
John Miller, ^ 

John M'Ewan, C Bailies. 
John Robertson, j 

James Taylor, Treasurer. 
COUNCILLORS. 



Thomas Hopkirk, 
Patrick M' Naught, 
Angus M' Alpine, 
Andrew Drysdale, 
Joseph Taylor, 
James Govan, 

William Aitchison, Clerk. 



William Anderson, 
James Kirkvvood, 
William D. Falconer, 
Robert Fotheringham, 
James Turnbull. 

-John Borrowman, Fiscal. - 



James Forsyth, Collector. 



Police Establishments, 



34 



Police Establishments. 

COMMISSIONERS OF POLICE FOR GLASGOW. 

The Lord Provost and Magistrates, Dean of Guild, and Deacon 
Convener, ex officiis. 

Ward L William Thomson, 

— 2. John Freeland, 
3. Walter MacNee, 

4. John Watson, Jun. 

,,^ 5. Robert Hood, 
««v. 6. James Lumsden, 
,««, 7. Gi'aham Hutch eson, 

8. D. M'Fie, 

.^ — 9. Graham Hogg, 
.v^v-, 10. William Duncan, 
.WW IL William Menzies, 
.w« 12. Robert Pater son, 
13. Hugh Wilson, 

— 14. Archibald Fullarton, 
,r^ 15. James Christie, 
16. J. H. Morgan, 

— 17. Alexander Allan, 

John Graham, Superintendent of Police; 

James Inglis, Clerk. 

Wm. Leckie, Collector and Treasurer. 

David Bi'uce, Collector's Clerk. 

Surveyors. 

F. Neilson, Surgeon. 

James Davidson, Superintendent of Fire Engines. 

Charles Mirrlees, Superintendent of Weighing Machines. 

James Miller, Superintendent of Lamps. 

B. Smith, Sergeant Major, 3 Constables, 36 Ward Officers, 

House Officers, 6 Criminal Officers, 121 Watchmen. 



Ward 18. David Fogo, 

— 19. Alexander Drysdale, 
20. James Moffat, 

21. William Peddie, 

22. William Lang, 

,^ 23. Patrick Lethem, 

,.vv- 24<. James Black, 

— 25. Charles Macarthur, 
_ 26. 

27. John Watson, 

28. William Provan, 

— 29. Benjamin Greig, 
,,^ 30. John Douglas, 

, 31. William Craig, 

34. Alex. Morris. 

35. Thomas Bain. 



REGULATIONS. 

The Sergeant Major and two Constables, with twelve Officers, 
attend at the Office, previous to the Watchmen, being sent to their 
Stations. These Officers thereafter pati'ole the Streets, observe if 
the Watchmen are doing their duty, apprehend vagrants, suspi- 
cious and disorderly persons, and report lamps not burning, in 
order that they may be immediately lighted by a lamp-lighter, 
who remains in the Guard-House during the night, for that pur- 
pose. After 12 o'clock, they commence taking up the tickets 
from the Watchmen, that they received when going to their 
Stations, which they deliver to the Constable, on duty, at 2 o'clock; 
they again visit the Watchmen, and after 3 o'clock deliver them 



S5 Police Establishments, 



check-tickets, which they return to the Constable in the morning, 
on arriving from their Stations. The other twenty-four Officers 
that were in bed all night, attend in the morning, at 6 o'clock, 
from the 1st of March till the 1st of November, and at 7 o'clock, 
from the 1st of November till the 1st of March, to patrole the 
Streets, till 9 o'clock, inspecting their Wards, and observing that 
the Pavements are properly cleaned. A regular report of the 
whole is entered in a book, by the Constable of the night, for the 
inspection of the Master of Police, in the morning, and the Com- 
missioners at the Weekly Board ; as also a report of all delinquents 
brought before the Sitting Magistrate at 10 o'clock, forenoon. 

A Constable and twenty-four Officers, attend at the Office, 
every morning at 10 o'clock. Four of these Officers remain in 
charge of the Office, and the other twenty are stationed in differ- 
ent districts of the city, and continue on their respective Stations, 
until relieved by the night Watchmen. 

The Watchmen go to their Stations at 9 o'clock at night, dur- 
ing the whole year, and continue till 5 in the morning, in the 
months of May, June, July, and Augustj till 6, in the months 
of March, April, September and October; and till 7, in the 
months of November, December, January, and February. The 
whole draw up in line in the centre of the street, opposite their 
respective stations, immediately before calling the hour and half- 
hour, in order to ascertain, at one glance, that every man is at his 
post. 

The funds for defraying the expense are raised part from the 
town, and from the yearly rent of subjects, rented or valued at 
£'i< and under £6, sterling, yearly, 4d. per pound, sterling — At 
£6, and under, ^10, 6d. per pound — .£10, and under ,£15, 9d. 
per pound. — ^15, and upwards, Is. per pound. 



GORBALS. 

Magistrates, Commissioners, ex officiis. 



Ward 1. Wm. Thomson, Jun. 
.r^, 2. Archd. Edmiston, 
.^^ 3. James Muii*, 
,,^ 4. John Edmiston, 
»,»v- 5. James Coats, 
„^ 6. Wm. Thomson, Sen. 
— 7. John Bain, 
.^^ 8. James Roberton, 
.-^ 9. Charles Brown, 
John Clerk, Superintendent. — Surveyor. 

George Young, Clerk. — John Lawson, Collector. 



Ward 10. J. Livingston, 

,^^ II. John Binnie, 

,^ 12. Peter Hill, 

. 13. John Pollock, 

14. John M'Gee, 

— 15. Wm. Watson, 
„.w« 16. John Wilson, 

— 17. John Turner, 



Police Establishments. 36 

13 Watchmen on their Stations, at ^ past 9 o'clock p. m. to 
5 next morning, from April to September ; and to 6 o'clock 
morning, from October to March. 4 Sergeants, 4 Patrolemen, 
3 Lamplighters, 3 Fire Engines, 4 Butts, 12 Water Plugs. 

Funds are raised on rental, £3 and under ^64, 6d. per pound, 
sterling, at ^64 and under £6, 8d. per pound, ^6 and under 
^9, lOd. per pound, — ,£9 and vipwards, Is. per pound. 

Each inhabitant of £5, or upwards, annvial rent, has a vote in 
the Election of Commissioners. 



CALTON. 

The Provost, Bailies and Dean of Guild, ex officiis, 
Commissioners. 
Ward 1. William Strang, 
,,^ 2. James Black, 

3. Dugald Campbell, 

4. Robert Watson, 

,~vv<, 5. George Grandison, 

Robert Bryce, Superintendent. 
Andrew Carrick, Collector. 
William Brown, Clerk. 
4 Sergeants, 15 Watchmen, 2 Door Keepers, 1 Lamplighter, 
6 Patrole on Sundays. 



Ward 6. Henry M'Dougall, 
— . 7. William Forrester, 
. — 8. James Buchanan, 
— 9. James Stark. 



ROBERTSON STREET POLICE. 
Harbour Office, No. 16, Robertson Street. William Johnston, 
Harbour Master, with 2 assistants; James Russell, Steam Boat 
Harbour Master, with 1 assistant ; William Burrows, Water 
Bailie Officer ; 7 Day Officers and 9 Watchmen. 



University. 

Chancellor, JAMES GRAHAM, Duke of Montrose. 

Lord Rector, MARQUIS of LANSDOWNE. 

Principal andViceChancellor,DUNCANMACFARLAN,D.D. 

PROFESSORS. 

Stevenson, Macgill, D. D. - - - - Divinity. 

James Jaifray, M. D. _ _ - - - Anatomy. 

James Miller, M.A. _ > - _ _ Mathematics. 

James Mylne, M.A. _ _ - - _ Moral Philosophy. 

William Meikleham, L.L. D. - - - Natural Philosophy. 

Robert Davidson, Esq. Advocate, - - Civil Law. 



3*7 Universities. 



James Couper, D. D. - - - - - Practical Astronomy. 

William M'Turk, D. D Church History. 

Josiah Walker, M. A. - - - - - Humanity. 

John Burns, C. M. - - - - - - Surgery. 

Thomas Thomson, M. D. - - - - Chemistry. 

William Jackson Hooker, L. L. D. - Botany. 

Gavin Gibb, D. D. ------ Oriental Languages. 

John Towers, CM. ----- Midwifery. 

Sir D. K. Sandford, M. A. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Greek. 

Robert Buchanan, M. A. - ~ _ - Logic. 

Charles Badham, M. D. Oxf. F. R. S. Medicine. 

William Couper, M. D. - - - - - Natural History. 

■n T> u/r-ii n/r -Tk ^ Lecturer on Pharmacy and Materia 

Dr. R. Miller, M. D. ^ n/r ,. 

^ Medica. 

\TT•^^' n/r 1 • T7 f LectuTcrou the Structure, Functions 

Wilham Mackenzie, Esq. | ^^^ ^.^^^^^^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^ 

Principal Librarian, - - William Park, M. A. 



HUNTERIAN MUSEUM. 
The Museum is situated in the back court of the College Build- 
ings, and is open from 12 to 3, p. m. during six days of the week 
in summer, and from 12 till 2, during five days of the week in 
winter. 

Keeper. — William Couper, M. D. 
Under- Keeper. — John Wilson. 

Servants Walter M'Nair, Janitor and Bedulus William 

Denniston, Chamberlain and Master of Works. — John Walker, 
Bell Ringer. — John Blythe, Watchman. 



ANDERSONIAN UNIVERSITY. 
French and Italian, _ _ - Mons. Jourdan. 
Mathematics, - - _ - Mr. Wilson. 

Geography, Principles of Astronomy, \ -^ -w ♦♦ 

and Use of the Globefe, - - ^ ^^^r. watt. 
Ethics, Logic, English Grammar and ') 

Composition, - - - - V Mr. Hunter. 
English Composition, for Ladies, - ) 
Popular Lectures on Painting and 7 ^ ^ 

Sculpture, - _ _ - ^ ' 
Drawing and Painting, in Oil and ) ,, /-m^h 

Water Colours, - , - ( ^J^' ^'IfiUan. 

Popular Lectures, on the Veterinary 7 ^^^ Cheetham. 

Art, ----- ^ 

Arithmetic and Practical Mathematics, Mr. Wilson. 
Popular Anatomy and Physiology, - Dr. Hunter. 

Chemistry, l Graham 

Practical Chemistry. - - - J '^^'^- ^^^ham. 
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Glasgow Eye Infirmary. 



38 



Medical Jurisprudence, _ _ - 

Theory of Medicine, _ _ - 
Practical Anatomy and Demonstrations, 
Practice of Physic, - _ - 
Comparative Anatomy, _ - - 
Materia Medica, - - _ _ 
Anatomy and Physiology, 
Midwifery, _ _ _ - _ 
Surgery, _ „ _ _ - 
Mechanical Philosophy, as applied to 7 
Medical Science, - - - \ 



Dr. Armour. 
Dr. Hannay. 
Dr. Hunter. 
Dr. Hannay. 
Dr. Scouller. 
Dr. Buchanan. 
Dr. Hunter. 
Dr. Armour. 
Dr. Lawrie. 

Dr. Heron. 



ANDERSONIAN MUSEUM. 

The Museum is open every day, from 11 to 3 p. m.^ throughout 

the year. 

Keeper. — ^John Scouller, M. D. 

- Under Keeper and Librarian. — Alex. Johnston. 



MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. 
Chemistry and Mechanics, 

Popular Anatomy, - _ _ J. M'Conechy. 

Mathematics, _ _ _ _ D. Mackie. 



ANATOMICAL THEATRE, College Street. 
Anatomy and Sui-gery, - - Wm. Thomson, M. D. 



GLASGOW EYE INFIRMARY. 
Very Rev. Principal MACFARLANE, President. 
Directors. — James Davidson, James Hunter, Thomas Muir, 
Hugh Tennent, Esqrs. James Monteath, M. D. William Frew, 
Esq. Rev. Ralph Wardlaw, D. D. John Henderson, Esq. James 
Paterson, Andrew Ranken, William Craig, and William Brown, 
Esqrs. 

Mathew Perston, Jun. Esq. Treasurer. 

William Mackenzie and Harry Rainy, Esqrs. Surgeons. 

James Monteath, Esq. Secretary. 

John M'Beth, Porter and Collector of Suhscriptions. 



Ministers of Glasgow and Suburbs. 



Inner High Church, 

College, 

St. Andrew's, 

St. James', 

St. Enoch's 

St. John's, 

Tron, 

Outer High Church, 

St. David's, 



Principal Macfarlane, D. '. 
John Lockhart, D. D. 
Gavin Gibb, D. D. 
John Muir, D. D. 
Patrick M' Parian, D. D. 
Thomas Brown, D. D. 
Daniel Dewar, D. D. 
John Forbes. 
David Welsh. 



Ministers^ 



St. George's, 

Barony, 

Gorbals, 



. John Smyth, D. D. 
C John Burns, D. D. 
I Wm. Black, Assist, and Successor. 
James M'Lean, D. D. 



Chapels of Ease. 
John M'Leod and Archibald Nisbet. 
John M'Laurin. 
Matthew Graham. 
Robert Clark. 
Joseph Sommerville. 
Peter Napier. 
Kenneth M'Kenzie. 
Adam Gunn. 
John Thomson. 
Bi'ovvn. 
United Secession Church. 
North Albion Street, - J. Dick, D. D. Professor of Divinity. 
- J. Mitchell, D. D. Prof, of Bib. Lit. 
Robert Muter and Walter Duncan. 
William Kidston and William Brash. ^ 
H. Heugh. 
James Smith. 
A. O. Beattie. 
John Johnston. 
John Skinner. 
Original Burghers. 
A, Turnbull 
Mich. Willis. 

Relief. 
John Barr. 
Robert Brodie. 
William Anderson. 
William Thomson. 
Gavin Struthers. 
John Edwards. 
Alex. Harvie. 
James C. Ewing. 
Reformed Presbyterians. 
Great Hamilton Street, D. Armstrong. 
Independent. 
G. Ewing. 
R. Wardlaw, D. D. 

Baptist. 
Wm. Sheriff. 
Episcopal Chapel. 
William Routledge. 
Mary's, G. Almond. 



Albion Street, 

Ingram Street, (Gaelic) 

Calton, 

Duke Street, (Gaelic) 

St. John's Chapel, 

St. George's-in-the-fields; 

Gorbals, (Gaelic) 

Hope Street, 

Shettleston, 

Anderston, 



Wellington Street 
Duke Street, 
Campbell Street, 
Regent Place, 
Laurieston, 
Melville Street, 
Port-Eglinton, 
Partick, 

Campbell Street, 
Renfield Street, 

Dovehill, 
Campbell Street, 
John Street, 
Hutchesontown, 
Anderston, 
Bridgeton, 
Calton, 
Partick, 



Nile Street, 

George Street Chapel, 

North Albion Street, 

Green Street, 
Renfield St., St. 



Ministers. 



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Roman Catholic. 

Clyde Street, A. ^cott Murdoch and M' Donald, Assistants. 

Unitarian. 
Union Place, - George Harris. 

Friends' Meeting House, No. 3, Portland Street. 
Universalist Chapel, Great Dovehill. — James Edmunds. 



Justices of the Peace in the Lower Ward of Lanark- 
shire, 

John Lang of Harthope, Chairman. 

John Douglas, yr. of Castle- 
mains. 

John Douglas of Barloch. 

G. H. Duudas of Duddingston 
and Westburn. 

John Dixon of Daldowie. 

Jas.Emng, Merchant, Glasgow. 

James Farie of Farme. 

James Farie, yr. of Farme. 

Thomas Falconer of Brownyside 

Kirkman Plnlay, Merchant, 
Glasgow. 

Robert Finlay of Eastcrhill, 
Merchant, Glasgow. 

Robert Gray of Carutyne. 

John H. Gray, yr. of Carntyne. 

Francis Garden, Merchant, Glas- 



Sir Arch. Campbell of Succoth, 
Bart. 

Sir John Maxwell of Pollok, 
Bart. 

Robert D. Alston, Merchant, 
Glasgow. 

John Brown of Auchlochan. 

Arch. Buchanan of Auchintorlie 

John Buchanan of Ardoch. 

Dugald Bannatyne, Merchant, 
Glasgow. 

James Buchanan of Dowanhill. 

Jas. Buchanan of Ardenconnel. 

John Burns, Professor, Glas- 
gow College. 

Arch. Campbell of Blythswood. 

Ross Corbet, Mercht. Glasgow. 

Lieut. -Col. Alex. Campbell of 



James Campbell of Petershill. 

Alex. Campbell, yr. of Bedlay. 

W. B. Cabbell, Banker, Glas- 
gow. 

David Dobie of Gartferry. 

Richard Dick, Merchant, Glas- 
gow. 

Alexander Bruce Dennistoun of 
Westhorn, 

James Dennistoun of Golf hill. 

Arch. Douglas, Merchant, Glas- 
gow. 

R. Davidson, Professor, Glas- 
gow College. 



gow. 

Robert Grahame of Whitehill. 

Jas. Grahame, yr. of Whitehill. 

Thomas Grahame, Jun. writer, 
Glasgow. 

Alex. Garden, Merchant, Glas- 
gow. 

William Hozier of Newlands. 

James Hozier, yr. of Newlands. 

James Hopkirk of Dalbeth. 

Thomas Hopkii"k, yr. of Dal- 
beth. 

Henry Houldsworth of Crans- 
tonhill. 

Laurence Hill, writer, Glasgow. 

James Hardie, Glasgow. 



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Justices of the Peace, 



John Jardine of Hallside. 

Walter Logan of Fingalton. 

John Lang of Harthope. 

William Lockhart of Germiston. 

James Miller of Millheugh. 

James M'Nair of Greenfield. 

Humphrey Ewing M'Lea of 
Cathkin. 

Charles Mackintosh of Cross- 
basket. 

George Mackintosh, younger, of 
Crossbasket. 

Thomas Marshall of Sandyford. 

George Miller of Frankfield. 

Henry Monteith of Carstairs. 

James M'Kenzie of Craigpai'k. 

J. M'Call of Ibrox, Merchant, 
Glasgow. 

James Murdoch, Merchant, 
Glasgow. 

John Maxwell, jun. of Pollok. 

Daniel M'Kenzie, Merchant, 
Glasgow, 

Alex. M'Grigor of Kernock. 

Alex. M'Grigor, yr. of Kernock 

William Mills, Merchant, Glas- 
gow. 

Dr. Richard Miller of Wellhouse 

James Oswald of Shieldhall. 

James Corbet Porterfield of Por- 
terfield. 

Patrick Playfair of Dalmarnock. 

Henry Ritchie of Craigton. 

Robert Struthers, Merchant, 
Glasgow. 

James Sword of Westhorn. 

Mai'k Sprott of Garnkirk. 

Robt. Scott, Banker, Glasgow. 

James Smith of Jordanhill. 

Wm. Smith of Jordanhill. 



David Sim of Cultermains. 

Nath. Stevenson of Braidwood. 

Robert Thomson of Camphill. 

Robt. Thomson, yr. of Camphill 

David Todd of Springfield. 

John Urquhart of Fairhill. 

Archibald Wallace, Merchant, 
Glasgow. 

Robert Watson of Linthouse. 

Gilbert Watson, Banker, Glas- 
gow. 

Major James Walker of Shaw- 
field. 

Wm. Wilson of Cowglen. 

John Woodrop of Shawtonhill. 

James Wingate of Westshiel. 

Adam Sim, yr. of Cultermains. 

Hugh Tennant of Wellpark. 

Jas. J. Duncan, Manager of the 
West of Scotland Insurance 
Company. 

Robert Harvie of Blairtummock 

James Clelland, L. L. D. City 
Chambers. 

Michael Rowand, Ship Bank. 

James JefFray, Glasgow College. 

Gilbert Kennedy, County Cess 
Office. 

William Kippen of Busbie. 

Colin Dunlop of Tollcross. 

William Dunn of Dun tocher. 

Charles Stirling, Merchant, Glas- 
gow. 

George Alston of Muirburn. 

Colin Campbell, Merchant, Glas- 
gow. 
Jas. Campbell, Merchant, Glas- 
gow. 

Henry Dunlop of Craigton. 



Burgh Small Debt Court. 
This Court, having jurisdiction over the Royalty, is held by 
the Magistrates, in the Burgh Court Hall, every Monday, at 11 
o'clock, for cases of debt not exceeding £,5. The Magistrates also 

d2 



Small Debt Courts. 



42 



hold a Court on Tuesday and Thursday, at 1 o'clock, for cases 
under 10s. on verbal hearings. Defenders appear in the Monday 
Court on citation given any day of the previous week ; and in the 
Tuesday and Thursday on 24 hours' notice. Assessors, Town 
Clerks. 



Town Officers, acting in this Court 

James Harvie, 111, Saltmarket. 
David Horn, 62, Bridgegate. 
Colin Matheson, 4, Steel Street. 
Angus M'Kay, 12, Bridgegate. 
Mathew I^eggat, Chamber Keepei*, — House, Council Chamber 



Daniel M'Kay, 22, Bridgegate. 
John Ross, 4, Steel Street. 
Alex. Wilson, 62, Bridgegate. 



Sheriff Small Debt Court. 

For the recovery of debts not exceeding ^8, 6s. 8d., sits every 
Thursday, at 11 o'clock, forenoon, and has jurisdiction over the 
whole of Lanarkshire. The defenders are cited before this Court 
on an inducise of six days ; warrants to arrest in the dependence 
are issued ; the decree may be extracted, and arrestments used 
upon it instantly ; and it may be enforced by imprisonment of the 
debtors' person, or poinding and sale of his effects, six free days 
after its date. In case of the debtor removing to a different county, 
the decree may be enforced against him there, on being indorsed 
by the Sheriff Clerk of the County to which he removes. Judge, 
Sheriff of the County. Clerk, Mr. Drysdale. 



Sheriff Officers, for the Lower Ward of Lanarkshire, 
acting in this Court, 



John Adam, 9, Main St. Calton. 
John Ainslle, 36, East Clyde St. 
Andrew Allan, Melville Place. 
John Allan, Spoutmouth. 
John Ballantine, Bridgeton. 
Farquhar Bain, Mr. Fothering- 

ham's Miller Street. 
Alex. Bisset, 1.39, Saltmarket, 



John Coultei', Kirk Street, Glas- 
gow. 

Thomas Dickson, at Mr. John 
Burnet's, writer,92,NelsonSt. 

Dond. Ferguson. Sheriff 'sCham- 
bers. 

Archibald Fraser, Dalmarnock 
Road. 



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Sheriff Officers, 



James Galloway, 55, M* Alpine 

Street, 
George Giltillan, 76, Gallowgate 
William GilfiUan, do. 
Thomas Gordon, Stockwell. 
James Grant, Castle Street, Glas- 
gow. 
David Hardie, at the Sheriff 

Clerk's Office, 60, Stockwell 

Street- 
James Harvie, 160, Saltmarket. 
David Horn, 60, Bridgegate. 
Thomas Jack, at Calton Police 

Office. 
Robert Jarvie, Trongate. 
Joseph Leslie, 30, East Clyde 

Street 
Michael Letters, at J. Coverley's, 

London Street. 
Neil Leven, 321, High Street. 
"William Long, StockvveU. 
Wm. Miller, 57, Bishop Street, 

Anderston. 
John Milne, Miller Street. 
Peter Morrison,54,Main Street, 

Calton. 
Daniel M' Galium, 1, Warroch 

Street, Anderston. 
John M'CaUum, Jun. BeU St. 
JohnM'Callum, Sen. HiU Place, 

Stirling's Road. 
Samuel M'CoU, 132, GaUow- 

gate. 
Hugh M'GiU, MaryhiU. 
John M'Gregor, Mr. William G. 

Mack's, writer. 
John M'Intyre, Calton Police 

Office. 
Peter M'Intyre, 96, Trongate. 



Peter M'Kay, Main St. Bridge- 
ton. 
Daniel M'Kay, 22, Bridgegate. 
Peter M'Kellar, Gorhals Police 

Office, 
J. S. M'Farlancs Nelson Street. 
Archd. M'Neilage, Wilson St. 
James M'Pherson, Main Street, 

Bridgeton. 
Donald Noble, 35, Rutherglen 

Loan, Gorbals. 
John Paterson, Sheriff 'schambers 
James Railton, Brunswick Lane. 
James Reat, Adam's Court, 36, 

Rose St. Hutchesontown. 
Joseph Rennie, Camlachie. 
John Robertson, at Sorley and 

Miller's. 
William Robertson, Galloway's 

Court. 
John Ross, Saltmarket. 
Alex. Russel, Chryston. 
James Semple, 87, Saltmarket. 
Adam Shaw, 87, Stockwell. 
Neil Shaw, Rutherglen. 
John Scott, 53, Nelson Street, 
William Smith, King Street, 

Tradeston. 
Alex. Turner, 197, Trongate. 
John Turner, Mr. A. Turner's, 

messenger. 
James, Ure, 157, Bridgegate. 
'iThomas Waddel, Glasgow. 
Alex. Walker, 58, Havannah. 
Alex.Wilkie, 20, Brunswick PL 
Thomas Wilson, 112, Gallow- 
gate. 
John Wright, Statute Labour 
Office, House, Barony Glebe. 



Justice of Peace Small Debt Court. 
This Court has jurisdiction over the Lower Ward of Lanark- 
shire, and, on six free days' induciae, decides claims of £,5 and 
under, meeting every Monday morning, in the Court Hall, at 10 
o'clock. Clerk, William Vary. Clerk Depute, John M'Millan. 



Constables, 



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Constables Acting in Justice of Peace Court, 



Adam, John, 9, Main Street, 

Calton. 
Ainslie, John, 36, East Clyde St 
Allan, John, 5, Saracen's Lane. 
Bissett, Alex. 139, Saltmaiket. 
Brock, D. C. 

Brown, William, Brownfield. 
Buchan, William, Nile Street. 
Buchanan, John, 119, Main St. 

Gorbals. 
BeU, John, Tontine Close. 
Coulter, John, Kirk Street, 

Glasgow. 
Dinwiddie, A. at Mr. C. D. 

Donald's, 37, Virginia Street. 
Fraser, Archibald, Dalmarnock 

Road. 
Galhraith, John, 18, Drygate. 
Geddes, John, Blackquarry 
GilfiUan, Geo. 76, Gallowgate. 
Gilfillan, Wm. 76, Gallowgate. 
Gordon, Thomas, Stockwell 
Hutton, George, Clarkston Toll. 
Inglis, William, Sen. 
Inglis, William, Jun. 
Irvine, John, 123, Drygate. 
Jarvie, Robert, 88, Main Street, 

Gorbals. 
Jack, Thomas, 9, Struthers Street, 

Calton. 
Lindsay, Gilbert, Statute Labour 

Office. 
Leslie, Joseph, 30, East Clyde St. 
Leslie, John, 30, do. 
Logan, John, County Cess Office. 
Leven, Niel, 321, High Street. 
Letters, Michael. 
Miller, Willam, Anderston. 
Michael, W. Cowcaddens. 
Marshall, Donald. 
M'Callum,John, Sen. Hill Place, 

Stirling's Road. 
M' Galium, John, Tertius, 65, 

Bell Street. 
M'Callum, John, Gas Office, 42, 

Virginia Street. 



M'Callum, Daniel, Anderston. 
M'Cartney, Andrew, 20, Miller 

Street. 
M' Donald, Angus, Pollokshaws. 
M'Intyre, John, Calton Police 

Office. 
M'Kay, John, 22, Bridgegate. 
M'Kay, Charles, Miller Street. 
M'Kay, Angus, Drygate. 
M'Pherson, Alex. Cowcaddens. 
M'Pherson, Donald, High St. 
M'Pherson, Chas. 48, Bell St. 
M'Pherson, James, Main Street, 

Bridgeton. 
M' In tyre, Peter, 96, Trongate. 
M'Neilage, Archd. 84, Wilson 

Street. 
M'Kellar, Peter, 2, Norfolk 

Court, Laurieston. 
Noble, Donald, 35, Rutherglen 

Loan, Gorbals. 
Norval, William. 
Pinkerton, Wm. 71, Bridgegate. 
Rennie, Joseph, Camlachie. 
Robertson, William, Galloway's 

Court, Glassford Street. 
Ross, Alex, at Mr. Stewart's, 

70, Hutcheson Street, and 89, 

Drygate. 
Russell, Alexander, Chryston. 
Reat, James, Adam's Court, 

36, Rose St. Hutchesontown. 
Robertson, John, Sorley and 

Miller's, 4, Dunlop Street, 
Robertson, John, Partick. 
Semple, James, 87, Saltmarket. 
Shaw, Robert, 62, Main Street, 

Gorbals. 
Shaw, Neil, Rutherglen. 
Sinclair, John. 

Smyth, Jas. 26, Hutcheson St. 
Turnbull, Archd. Sidney Street, 

and 29, Bridgegate. 
Thomson, John, Calton Police 

Office. 
Taylor, Robt. 60, Maxwell St. 



45 Constables. 



Turner, John, 9, Oxford Street. 
Ure, James, 38, Broomielaw. 
Walker, Alex. 95, Green Street, 

Calton. 
Wardrop, John, 89, Stockwell. 



Wilson, John, Westmuir. 
Wilson, John, Saracen's Lane. 
Wright, John, Johnston's Land, 
Stirling's Road. 



Form of Proceeding in the Recovery of Small Debts. 

Debts may be recovered, in a summary form, before the Jus- 
tice of Peace Courts, to the extent of ,£5, and before the Sheriff 
Courts, to the extent of ^£8, 6s. 8d. 

The first step is to set forth in a complaint or libel, agreeably 
to a prescribed form, [the Clerks of Court will provide all neces- 
sary forms,] the origin of the debt, or ground of action, and to 
cause the same, with a copy of the account, if any, to be served 
on the defender. 

A warrant will, at same time, be obtained to cite witnesses, 
and, when the case is before the Sheriff, to use arrestments. 

The parties may appear either by themselves, or by members of 
their families, or others whom the Court may authorise ; but in 
no case by persons practising the profession of the law. 

If the defender fail to appear, after being cited personally, he 

will be held as confessed, and judgement will be given against him. 

If the defender has not been cited personally, he will receive a 

second citation ; after which, whether given personally or not, he 

will be held confessed as above. 

But when decree is given in absence against the defender, he 
may, before the expiry of the charge, apply for a rehearing on 
consigning the suras decerned for. 

If decree in absence be given against the pursuer, he may, 
within one month, obtain a rehearing on consigning of 2s. 6d. if 
the case be before the Justices, and the expenses decerned for, if 
the case be before the Sheriff. 

The case will be adjourned upon the pursuer or defender offer- 
ing a suitable excuse, or if any witnesses be absent. 

If decree be given against the defender in his personal presence, 
diligence may proceed against him by arrestment, poinding and 
sale, and imprisonment ; after six free days if the case be before 
the Sheriff, and at the end of ten days if before the Justices. 

If decree be given against the defender in his absence, poinding, 
and sale, and imprisonment can only follow after a charge of six 
days if before the Sheriff, and ten days if before the Justices. 

The defender, on showing cause, may be allowed to pay the 
sums decerned for by instalments. 

The decrees of the Sheriff may be executed in any county on 
the same being indorsed by the Clerk of such county. 



Hecovery of Small Debts, 46 



Any arrestments used in cases before the Sheriff must be used 
within sixty days after the warrant is obtained, and renewed every 
three months; and such arrestments may be loosed on offering 
sufficient caution, or on showing evidence of absolvitor or pay- 
ment, or on consigning the sums demanded, if before decree. 

The above forms will apply to any action of forthcoming what- 
ever before the Sheriff or Justices, for making effectual arrest- 
ments; but in such actions both the defender and arrestee must 
be cited to appear in Court on the same day. 

Decrees, pronounced in this summary form by the Sheriff, will 
only be reviewable by the next Circuit Court of Justiciary, or, if 
there be no Circuit Court, by the High Court of Justiciary at 
Edinburgh, on the ground of corruption, or malice, or oppression, 
on the part of the Judge. 

Such decrees when pronounced by the Justices will only be 
reviewable by a reduction before the Court of Session on the ground 
of malice and oppression on the part of the Justices ; and such re- 
duction will only be competent for one year, and on finding cau- 
tion for costs. 

No person will be exempted from the jurisdiction of Justices 
or Sheriffs in such cases by reason of privilege as a member of the 
College of Justice, 



Banking Houses. 

Open from 10 till 3 o'clock, and on Saturdays shut at 12. 

ABERDEEN. — Aberdeen Town and County, Arbroath and 
Ayr Banks. Agents, Royal Bank, Queen Street. 

BANK of SCOTLAND, Ingram Street — Bills given in for 
discount on Monday and Thursday, before 2 o'clock, and called 
for on Tuesdays and Fridays, from 11 to 1 o'clock, Robert Aitken, 

Agent H. M'Callum, Accountant N. M'Millan, Teller, — 

Thomas Dunn, Alexander M'Dougall, John M'Donell, Clerks. — 
David Wilson, Porter. Draw on Coutts & Co. London. 

BRITISH LINEN COMPANY BANK, No. 71, Queen 
Street William M'Gavin, Agent David M'CuUoch, Accoun- 
tant. — David Goodsir, Teller. — James Reid and W. K. Martin, 
Clerks. — Robert Whyte, Porter, house QQ, North Hanover Street. 
Bills for discount given in on Monday and Thursday. Draw on 
Smith, Payne & Smith, London. 

COMMERCIAL BANK of SCOTLAND, 66, Virginia 
Street. — John Wyld, Agent. — Hugh Cochrane, Accountant. — 
Thomas Wyld, Thomas S. Lorrain, Tellers. — Alexander Watt, 
George Snodgrass and David Roy, Clerks. — James Smith, Por- 
ter. Draw on Messrs. Jones, Loyd & Co. London. 



4T Banking Houses, 

EXCHANGE and DEPOSITE BANK, 34, Cochrane 
Street. — John Maherly & Co. Draw on John Maberly & Co. 
London. — Mill. Pellat, Agent. 

GLASGOW BANK ,12, Ingram Street.— Bills for discount 
given iu on Monday, between 10 and 12 o'clock, and called for on 

Tuesday, between 11 and 2 o'clock W. B. Cabbell, Cashier. — 

James Watson, Accountant. — Alexander Campbell and Thomas 
Downie, Tellei's. — John R. Smith, Edward Brown, Archibald 
Todd and Alexander Todd, Clerks. — Robert Corbet, Porter. 
Draw on Ransom & Co. and Glyn & Co, London, and Kinnears, 
Smiths & Co. Edinburgh. 

GLASGOW PROVIDENT BANK, 86, Miller Street- 
Archibald Lawson, Cashier. Open on Monday and Wednesday, 
from 10 to 12. No money can be drawn except on Wednesday. 

GLASGOW UNION BANKING COMPANY, lM,Tron- 
gate. — Elias Gibb, John Leadbetter, Robert Kerr, Alexander 
M'Ewan, Alexander Drysdale, Walter Ferguson, James Brown, 
Robert Stewart, John Whitehead, Robert Kinnier, Ordinary 
Directors ; and James A. Anderson, Manager. — William Mitchell, 
Cashier. — Robert Salmond, Teller. — A. P. M'Ewan, Cashier's 

Clerk. — John Sharp, Accountant William Stocks, David Tem- 

pleton, Peter Cameron, James Reid, John Thomson, H. S. 
Watson and Edwai'd Wilkie, Accountant's Clerks. — John Camp- 
bell, Porter. Draw on Jones, Lloyd & Co. London, and Robert 
Allan & Son, Edinburgh. 

GORBALS SAVINGS BANK, 23, Nicholson Street 

Open every Saturday night, from 7 till 9 o'clock. 

GREENOCK BANK, 64, Buchanan Street John Robert- 
son, Agent. 

J. & R. WATSON'S BANK, 15, Virginia Street — Draw 
on Smith, Payne and Smith, London ; D. Smith and Co. Edin- 
burgh ; National Bank ; Dundee Union Bank ; Ayr Bank ; Leith 
Bank; and Northern, Belfast. 

PAISLEY BANK, 58, Virginia Street.— Alexander Brown, 
Agent. Draw on Smith, Payne and Smith, London, and Thos. 
Kinnear and Sons, Edinburgh. 

PAISLEY UNION BANK, 51, Ingram Street — William 
Walker, Agent. Draw on Sir R. C. Glyn & Co. London, and 
Sir William Forbes & Co. Edinburgh. 

RENFREWSHIRE BANK, 94, Miller Street William 

Napier and Co. Agents. Draw on Sir Wm. Kay, Bart. Price 
and Co. London. 



Banking Houses, 4B 

ROYAL BANK, West End of the Royal Exchange Bills 

for discotmt given in on Monday, between 10 and 12 o'clock, and 
called for on Tuesday, between 11 and 12. — Laurence Robertson, 
Cashier. — Robert Bell, Accountant. — Alex. Peterkin, Edward 
Fairley, George Richmond and "William Eraser, Tellers. — 
Alexander Donaldson, William Riddell, W. T. Nimmo, John 
Aikman, William Muir, Thomson Cannan and William Gow, 
Clerks. — James Dick and Matthew Hutchison, Messengers to 
the OflSce, and A. Lauder, Waiter. Draw on Messrs. Coutts & 
Co. London, and the Bank of Ireland, Dublin, and all its branches. 
Negotiate bills on all the towns in Scotland where any Bank or 
Bank Agent has been established ; also, on all the towns in Eng- 
land where the Bank of England have branches, and on all the 
towns in Ireland where the Bank of Ireland have branches. 

SHIP BANK, No. 9, Glassford Street Michael Rowand, 

Cashier A. Galloway, Jun. Accountant — James Brown, 

Eben. Wallace and J. Allison, Tellers. — John Cowan, William 
Duncan, Charles Campbell, R. Smith and Robert Taylor, Clerks. 
— George Lockhart, Porter. Draw on Sir William Forbes & Co. 
Edinburgh, and Smith, Payne & Smith, London. 

THISTLE BANK, 26, Virginia Street.— Drafts on Lon- 
don or Edinburgh, given in between 10 and 3, every lawful day, 

(except on Saturday,) from 10 to 12 o'clock Bills for discount 

given in on Monday, before 12 o'clock, and called for on Tues- 
day, between 1 1 and 2 o'clock, and on Friday, from 10 to 11, and 
called for after 12 o'clock. — Richard Duncan and Robert Scot, 
Cashiers. — John Steel, Accountant. — Robert M'Nair and James 
Davidson, Tellers. — W. J. Duncan, Robert Steel and John 
M'Ewan, Clerks. — James Rowan, Porter. Draw on Smith, 
Payne & Smith, London, and on Thomas Kinnear and Sons, 
Edinburgh. 

N. B. There are five holidays kept annually at the Banks, 
viz.— New year's-day, Christmas, King's Birth Day, and the 



two Fast Days. 



Public Offices, 

AMERICAN CONSUL'S OFFICE, 72, Virginia Street.— 
David Walker, Consul. — Vice-Consuls, Duncan Ferguson, 
Greenock; Robert Grieve, Leith; Edward Baxter, Dundee; 
William White, Aberdeen. 

BILLET MASTER'S OFFICE, No. 1, Charlotte Lane. 
— House, 2, Canning Street. T. Sweet, Billet Master. 



49 'Public Offices. 

BRAZILIAN CONSUL'S OFFICE, 42, Miller Street 

Walker Pearson, Consul. 

CANADA LAND COMPANY'S OFFICE, 23, Miller 
Street. — Gilkison and Browne, agents. 

CANAL COMPANY'S OFFICE, Port-Dundas Walter 

Logan, superintendent. 

CARRON COMPANY'S OFFICE, 123, Buchanan Street. 
— H. Dawson, agent. 

COLUMBIAN CONSUL'S OFFICE, 14, Gordon Street. 
— L. M'Kinnon, consul for the Republic of Columbia. Office 
hours from 10 till 12. 

CRANSTON HILL WATER CO.'S OFFICE, Queen 
Street. D. Mackain, secretary. 

CHAMBERLAIN'S OFFICE, Council Chambers John 

Spreull, chamberlain. 

CLYDE SHIP REGISTER OFFICE, 23, Miller Street. 

COMMISSARY CLERK'S OFFICE, 37, Virginia Street. 
— C. D. Donald, clerk. 

CUSTOM HOUSE, 22, St. Enoch's Square.— D. V. M'- 
Murdo, collector; Dan. Rhind, comptroller and comptrolling 
surveyor; Andrew Scott, Joseph JafFrey, and John Scott, col- 
lector's clerks; P. Stewart, comptroller's clerk; Hay Burns, land 
and tide surveyor; Adam Lindsay, William Dow, Robert Watt 
and Peter Campbell, searchers and landing and coastwaiters ; 
Peter Hamilton, coastwaiter at Bowling Bay, and Robert Brown, 
do. at Renfrew; Chai'les Deans, messenger and watchman.— 
Hours of attendance for the despatch of public business^ every 
lawful day, from 10 o'clock a. m. to 3 o'clock p. m. Saturdays 
excepted, and on that day from 10 till 12 o'clock noon. The 
following holidays are observed, Chrjstmas-day, Good- Friday, and 
the Anniversary of the Birth Day of their Majesties. 

EXCISE OFFICE, 101, Miller Street Richard Jenner, 

collector; Neil R. Shaw and William Bulloch, collector's clerks; 
A. Hutton, Wm. Hill, J. Inglis, J. Corbett, R. Morrison and 
J. Rowan, supervisors; George Wicks, bonded warehouse officer ; 
Christopher Halliday, George Tait, David Walker, James Logie, 
James Henderson, James Galbraith, Andrew Morris, Alexander 
M'Pherson and David Smith, packing officers; George Tait, 
auction officer; D. M'Callum, A. Eadie, S. Forrester, J. M'Kay, 
Wm. Rose, John Smith, Wm. Stevenson and Claud Clark, per- 
mit writers, attend from 7 a. m. till 6 p. m. for granting permits; 
G. Oliphant, constable. 



Public Offices. 50 



EXTRACTOR'S OFFICE, Council Chambers.— John 
Fisher, extractor. 

FRENCH CONSUL'S OFFICE, 6, South Hanover Street. 
— John Harmand, deputy consul. 

GLASGOW WATER COMPANY'S OFFICE, 13, 
Queen Street. — J. O. Denny, secretary. 

GLASGOW GAS LIGHT COMPANY'S OFFICE, 42, 
Virginia Street. Walter Ferguson, secretary. 

GOLDSMITH'S HALL, Melville Place Wm. Gray, 

Wm. Mitchell, David M'Donald, John Aitken, wardens; John 
Paterson, assayer ; Andrew Burrell, hall assistant. 

JUSTICE OF PEACE CLERK'S OFFICE, 35, Miller 
Street. — William Vary, clerk; John M'Millan, deputy; meets 
every Monday morning, at 10 o'clock, in the Court Hall, for 
deciding claims of £5, and under. 

MAIL COACH OFFICES, John Bain's 64, Trongate, 
open every lawful day, from 6 o'clock morning, till half-past 
10 o'clock evening, and on Sundays, from 7 a. m. till 9, and 1 
till 2 p. m., 3 till 4, and from 7 till half-past 10 evening; G. & 
J. H. Burn, 10, Argyll Street, open every lawful day, from 6 
o'clock morning till 10 evening, and on Sundays, from 8 o'clock 
morning till 8 o'clock evening, 

MEXICAN CONSULATE'S OFFICE, 93, Glassford 
Street, Wm. Malcolm, vice-consul. 

MONKLAND CANAL OFFICE, 276, George Street 

Andrew Rankin, Secretary, 

PERMIT OFFICE, 101, Miller Street, and 35, Gallow- 
gate ; open from 6 till 7 in summer, and from 7 till 6 in winter. 
Permits granted during these hours. 

POST OFFICE, QQ, Nelson Street; Dugald Bannatyne, 
Esq. of Birkinshaw, post-master ; M. Haliburton, W. Porteous, 
J. Henry, B. Cochran, J. Reeves, J. M'Farlane, and W. Snedden, 
Clerks. W. Lamont, Letter-sorter. J. M'Intyre, P. Wylie, 
N. Brown, A. Gray, J. Gentle. P. M'Beath, J. Sawers, R. 
Miller, R. Smith, J. M'Callum, J. Forbes, and J. Ainsworth, 
Letter- Carriers. G. Thomson, and P. M'Adam, Stampers. 

POLICE CHAMBERS, South Albion Street. See Police 
Establishments. 

POLICE OFFICE, GORBALS, 27, Portland Street, 
Laurieston. See Do. Do. 

POLICE OFFICE, CALTON, 1, Stevenson Street. See Do. 



51 Public Offices, 

POLICE OFFICE, ANDERSTON, 6, Warroch Street. 

PROCURATOR FISCAL'S OFFICE FOR THE 
TOWN, Council Chambers. A. Simson, P. F. 

DO. FOR THE JUSTICES OF THE PEACE, 70, 
Hutcheson Street. C. Stewart, P. F. 

DO. FOR THE COUNTY, 60, StockweU Street. George 
Salmond, P. F. 

PROCURATOR FISCAL OF C ALTON, 90, Candle- 
riggs Street. John Harvie, P. F. 

DO. FOR THE COMMISSARIAT OF GLASGOW, 
75, Virginia Street Alex. M'Grigor, P. F. 

RECRUITING DISTRICT OFFICE, Sommerville Place, 
Monteith Row. 

REGISTER OFFICE FOR DOMESTIC SERVANTS, 
Miss Stewart, 63, Glassford Street; open every lawful day 
from 10 o'clock a. m. till 1 o'clock p. m. for servants wanting 
places; and from 1 o'clock p. m. until 8 o'clock evening, for per- 
sons wanting servants. 

RELIGIOUS INSTITUTION ROOM, 11, South Frede- 
rick Street. 

STAMP OFFICE, 157, Trongate; open from 10 till 4 
o'clock, and shuts on Saturday at 1. James Monteith, distributor; 
Robert Spears, deputy ; John M'Larea and Alexander Leechman, 
clerks; Thomas Stevenson, salesman. 

SASINE OFFICE, John Mann's, Council Chambers, and 
James HiU's, % Fife Place. 

SHERIFF'S CHAMBERS, 60, Stockwell Street Wm. 

Rose Robinson, sheriff- depute ; Walter Moir and James Watson, 
substitutes ; John Drysdale, clerk ; James M'Hardy and John 
M'Donald, deputes; and G. Salmond, procurator fiscal. Courts 
for ordinary business on Wednesday, and for small debts on 
Thursday, weekly. 

SPANISH CONSUL OFFICE, 11, Garthland Street 

Francis Reid, vice-consul. 

SESSION CLERK'S OFFICE, for the City, 19, South 
Hanover Street. — Robert Strang, clerk. 

DO. DO. DO. FOR BARONY PARISH, 107, Bu- 
chanan Street. Open from 11 to 3 o'clock, and at the Barony 
Glebe, from 6 to 9 o'clock evening. David M'Brayne, clerk. 



Public Offices. 52 

SESSION CLERK'S OFFICE, GORBALS, 38, Oxford 
Street. — John Wilson, clerk. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC WORKS' OFFICE, 
Council Chambers. — James Cleland, superintendent. 

STATUTE LABOUR, OR ROAD MONEY OFFICE, 
44, Trongate. — James Hardie, superintendent; Joseph Reid, 
clerk; and Andrew Grant, collector. 

SWEDISH AND NORWEGIAN CONSUL'S OFFICE, 
Ingram Buildings. John Ross, vice-consul. 

TOWN CLERKS' CHAMBERS— James Reddle and 
Robert Thomson, clerks; Joseph Reid, William Davie and 
Angus Turner, deputies. 

TRADES' MORT CLOTH OFFICE, 67, Bell Street 

Robert Thomson, clerk. 



CESS AND TAX OFFICE FOR THE CITY OF 
GLASGOW, 62, Argyll Arcade. — Laurence Craigie, collector; 
"W. D. Blair and H. Blair, sub-collectors ; D. Blair, clerk to 
the Commissioners. All City Appeals must be lodged at this 
Office. 

CESS AND TAX OFFICE FOR THE COUNTY OF 
LANARK, 110, Buchanan Street; Gilbert Kennedy, collector ; 
James K. Bogle, at M'Clelland and Bogle's, 86, Miller Street, 
tlerk to the Commissioners. All Appeals for the Lower Ward 
must be lodged at this office. 

TAXES FOR THE WEST OF SCOTLAND W. A. 

Paterson, 315, Argyll Street, inspector. 



Commissioners of Assessed Taxes for the Lower Ward 
of Lanarhshire, 

Thomas Falconer, Esq. of Brownieside ; Nathaniel Stevenson, 
Esq. of Braldwood; John Douglas, Esq. of Barloch ; James 
Farie, Esq. of Farme ; James Oswald, Esq. of Shieldhall; 
David Sim, Esq. of Cultermains ; Thomas Hopkirk, Esq, yr. of 
Dalbeth ; James Farie, Esq. yr. of Farme ; Mark Sprott, Esq. 
of Garnkirk; James Ewing, Esq. L. L. D.; George Alston, Esq. 
of Muirburn. — Sheriff Depute and Substitutes, ex officiis^ 



53 Fire Insurance Offices. 



Fire and Life Insurance Offices. 

ALLIANCE FIRE and LIFE ASSURANCE OFFICE. 
—Mr. Mein, 42, Miller Street, and John M' Vey, 95, Hutcheson 
Street, agents. 

AYSLUM FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIFE ASSU- 
RANCE OFFICE.— Robert Fiudlay, Virginia Buildings, 
Director' Correspondent. 

ATLAS ASSURANCE OFFICE, Virginia Buildings.— 
W. Carrick, agent. 

BRITISH FIRE OFFICE, AND WESTMINSTER 

OFFICE FOR INSURANCE OF LIVES, 157, Trongate 

R. Spears, agent. 

BRITISH COMMERCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY. 
— James Steven, 29, Hutcheson Street, agent. 

CALEDONIAN FIRE INSURANCE OFFICE 

Agents, Gilbert Kennedy, cess ofl&ce, 110, Buchanan Street, 
John Cunninghame, 12, Queen Street, Henry Paul, 58, Miller 
Street, and Wm. Ferguson, Chamberlain's Office. 

COUNTY FIRE AND PROVIDENT LIFE OFFICE. 
— James Galloway, Jun. 24, Stockwell Street, agent. 

CROWN LIFE INSURANCE OFFICE, 59, Brunswick 
Street. — James Storrie, agent. 

DUNDEE FIRE OFFICE, 63, Virginia Street Andrew 

Moody, agent. 

EAGLE LIFE ASSURANCE OFFICE, 89, Miller 
Street. — James Wotherspoon, agent. 

EDINBURGH FRIENDLY ASSURANCE OFFICE. 
Mr. Sym, at Mr. D. Cuthbertson's, 242, George Street. 

EDINBURGH LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, 58, 
Miller Street Henry Paul, agent. 

EUROPEAN LIFE INSURANCE AND ANNUITY 
COMPANY, 73, Hutcheson Street Patrick Neilson, agent. 

GUARDIAN FIRE and LIFE ASSURANCE OFFICE, 
37, Ingram Street. — Wm. Perry, agent. 

GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY, FIRE, LIFE, 
AND ANNUITIES, 37, Glassford Street.— James Christie, 
agent. 

HERCULES FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY 

Andrew Thomson, sen. Royal Exchange, and P. Neilson, 73, 
Hutcheson Street, agents. 

e2 



Fire Insurance Offices. 54 

IMPERIAL FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE OFFICE. 
—M'CIelland and Bogle, agents, 86, Miller Street. 

INSURANCE COMPANY OF SCOTLAND Agents, 

George Ord, 125, Virginia Street, and John Wyld, 66, Virginia 

Street. 

LEEDS AND YORKSHIRE ASSURANCE COM- 
PANY, 29, Brunswick Place. — James Turnbull, agent. 

LONDON UNION FIRE AND LIFE ASSURANCE 
COMPANY, Royal Exchange Stuart Bell, agent. 

LONDON, LEITH, AND BELFAST SMACK IN- 

SURANCE COMPANY, 28, Queen Street Wm. Crichton, 

agent. 

MANCHESTER FIRE AND LIFE OFFICE, 62, 
Brunswick Street. — J. and T. Tassie, agents. 

MEDICAL, CLERICAL, AND GENERAL LIFE 
ASSURANCE SOCIETY, 48, Stockwell Street — James Had- 
din, agent. 

NORTH BRITISH INSURANCE OFFICE, 69, In- 
gram Street. — D. Bannatyne, and D. M'Kenzie, agents. 

NORWICH UNION FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE 
OFFICE, Queen's Court, 62, Queen Street Robert Blaikie, 

agent. 

PALLADIUM LIFE AND PHCENIX FIRE OFFICE. 
— George Ogilvie, 14, Argyll Street. 

PHCENIX FIRE, AND PELICAN LIFE, INSUR- 
ANCE OFFICES John Loudon, 49, Miller Street, and 

J. O. Denny, 15, Queen Street, agents. 

PROMOTER LIFE ASSURANCE AND ANNUITY 
COMPANY'S OFFICE, 21, South Hanover Street.— Strang, 
Yuille and Kayden, writers, agents. 

PROTECTOR FIRE AND BRITISH COMMERCIAL 
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES OF LONDON — 

James Steven, 29, Hutcheson Street. 

ROYAL EXCHANGE MARINE, FIRE AND LIFE 
ASSURANCE OFFICE, 23, Miller Street. —Gilkison and 
Browne, agents. 

SCOTTISH LIFE ASSURANCE OFFICE, 57, Miller 
Sti-eet. — James M'Kenzie, agent. 

SCOTTISH UNION INSURANCE OFFICE — Finlay- 
son and Moncrieflf, 41, Virginia Street, and Robert Garden, 85. 
Miller Street, agents. 



55 Fire Insurance Offices. 

SUN FIRE AND LIFE OFFICE, John Ferguson, 70, 
Hutclieson Street, and James Watson, 114, Trongate, agents. 

WEST OF ENGLAND FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE 

AND ANNUITY OFFICE, 99, Buchanan Street Gilbert 

Wardlaw and Son, agents. See Adver. 

WEST OF SCOTLAND INSURANCE OFFICE 

James J. Duncan, manager, 3, South Frederick Street. 



Newspaper Offices and Days of Publication, 

CHRONICLE, Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evening, 
28, Nelson Street. 

COURIER, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Morning, 
Tontine Baclc Buildings. 

EDINBURGH, LEITH, and GLASGOW ADVER- 
TISER, Saturday Morning, 112, Queen Street. 

FREE PRESS, Wednesday and Saturday, 161, Trongate. 

GLASGOW EVENING POST and PAISLEY and 
RENFREWSHIRE REFORMER, Saturday Evening, 28, 
Nelson Street. 

HERALD, Monday and Friday Morning, 90, Bell Street. 

JOURNAL, Thursday Evening, 28, Nelson Street. 

SCOTS TIMES, Tuesday and Saturday Morning, 90, Brun- 
swick Street. 



Billeting Soldiers. 

Soldiers on the recruiting service and not lodged in the Bari'acks 
are billeted on the inhabitants in regular rotation, with the follow- 
ing exceptions, viz. Parish Ministers and Schoolmasters, Faculty 
of Physicians and Surgeons, Faculty of Procurators, Widows and 
unmarried Ladies not in business, and who do not keep lodgers 
and paupers ; and no inhabitant to have Soldiers billeted on them 
a second time till the whole are gone over. 

Occupiers of houses at £3 and under £5 yearly rent, two men 
for any number of days under a week — at £5 and upwards, two 
men for two weeks, or the remainder of the month, which may 
happen to be seventeen days. 

When it is inconvenient to furnish Soldiers with a bed, it has 
been usual in lieu thereof to pay 3s. a week for two men, and 2s. 
to sergeants, payable weekly at the option of the Inhabitant. 



Billeting Soldiers. 56 

Government allows a return of 9d. per week, and one penny for 
each odd night for each Soldier. The Billet master attends from 
11 to 3 o'clock, on the 28th of each month, (when it does not fall 
on Sunday,) and the two following days, to pay the Government 
allowance. 



The case of a sergeant, who charged 8s. for a hillet of two 
weeks upon an inhabitant, was brought before the sitting Magis- 
trate, who, after hearing both parties, and examining witnesses, 
ordered the soldier to refund the overcharge, and communicate 
this circumstance to his comrades ; and decerned that Is. 6d. per 
week is a sufficient sum in lieu of a bed ; but, as the soldier is put 
to some trouble to provide a bed for himself, he should be allowed 
6d. additional, making a sura of 2s. per week ; and, if at any fu- 
ture time a higher charge is made, it shall not be allowed to pass 
unnoticed. — Glasgow Herald, 23d Dec. 1822. 

A case similar to the above, was tried in the Justice of Peace 
court, when a sergeant made a charge of 3s. per week, for one 
man, for a bed, which the inhabitant resisted as being too much; 
the Justices adhering to a decision of the Magistrates in December, 
1822, decided, that 2s. per week, was the proper sum to be paid 
to one man in lieu of a bed Glasgow Chronicle, 17th June, 1824. 



Statute Labour Mates for the City of Glasgow, 

OCCUPIERS OF HOUSES RENTED AT 



^4 and under. 


£5^ 


2s. 6d. 


^50 


md under £55^ 


^16s. 6d. 


5 ,_^ . 


.12.^ 


3s. 6d. 

4s. 6d. 


55 

60 


„ 60,. 
^ 65,. 


^18s. Od. 


8 ^ 


„,19s. 6d. 


12,, . 


^16,,. 


5s. 6d. 


65 


^ 70^ 


^2 Is. Od. 


16 ^ . 


.20,,. 


6s. 6d. 


70. 


75„. 


^22s. 6d. 


20 


..25„. 


7s. 6d. 


75 


^ 80,. 


~.24s. Od. 


25 


.30„. 


9s. Od. 


80 


85,. 


^25s. 6d. 


30 ^ 


.35,„ 


^,.10s. 6d. 


85, 


_,. 90„. 


-„27s. Od. 


3b ^ 


. 40„. 


^,.12s. Od. 


90. 


95,. 


^28s. 6d. 


40 ^.^ .^ 


^45.,^ 


13s. 6d. 


95 100,„ 

100 and upwards, „.^ 


w30s. Od. 


^b^ ^^ 


^50„. 


,.,.158. Od. 


,.31s. 6d. 



Male Lodgers, 18 years and upwards, residing in Houses under 

£5 yearly rent, — ~ . — . 2s. 6d. 

at 5, and under 10,~^ . , — 3s. 6d. 

at 10, and under 20, „.„„, 5s. Od. 

at 20, and under 40,„„, „„, ,„^„7s. 6d. 

at 40, and upwards, — — k, ^ — 10s. Od. 

Occupiers of Houses under £4< exempted. 
Lodgers with wives and families residing in houses under £5, 
exempted. 



57 Hackney Coaches. 

Regulations for the Hackney Coaches and Noddies in 

Glasgow, 

To be observed, till Altered by the Magistrates. 



For a Mile and a Half, 2s 3d 
For a Mile & 3 Quarters, 2s 6d 
For two Miles, . 3s Od 



For Half a Mile, . Is Od 
For a Mile, . . Is 6d 

For a Mile and a Quarter 2s Od 

If Hired by Time. 
For One Hour. . . 2s 6d. 

And at the rate of Sixpence for every 15 Minutes farther time. 

Fares are to be charged by the distance or by the time, at the 
option of the Coachman, but not by both. 

No gratuity to Drivers, except when going to the Country. 

Drivers, when unengaged, are, on no account, to refuse any 
Hire when offered, under a penalty. 

When a Driver is required to wait, either upon setting down 
or taking up a Fare, he must, on no account refuse, under a penalty 
of Five Shillings, and the Forfeiture of his Hirej but if he waits 
beyond Ten Minutes, he shall be entitled to charge Ninepence for 
every Fifteen Minutes he may be detained. 

Fare and quarter to be allowed between the hours of 10 and 12 
o'clock, p. m. Double Fares after 12 o'clock. 

When Let by the Mile through Tolls. 

Fare for Two Miles, 3s 6d | Fare for Four Miles, 5s 6d 

Fare for Three Miles, 4s 6d j Fare for Five Miles, 6s Od 

For greater distances, Is per Mile, exclusive of Tolls. 

Parties returning by the same Carriage, whether in Town or 
within Five Miles in the Country, shall pay Half- Fare additional, 
as back hire; when more than Five Miles, they shall pay 3d, per 
Mile. 

There shall be four Stands for Coaches or Noddies, viz. : — at 
the cross ; in Argyll Street, at the foot of Buchanan Street ; 
South side of George's Square ; and at the Steam Boat Quay, 
Broomielaw. 

Six Coaches or Noddies to be at each Stand, at Ten o'clock in 
the Morning. 

Although there are not to be less than Six Coaches or Noddies 
sent to each Stand, there may be as many more as Proprietors choose 
to send ; it being expressly directed, that every Licensed Hackney 
Coach or Noddie Proprietor, shall send one Carriage to one or 
other of the respective Stands, as may be regulated from time to 
time by the Magistrates ; and all persons are prohibited from, 
having Coaches, Chaises, or Noddies, standing upon any of the 
Streets unyoked, between the hours of 10 a. m. and 8 p. m. under 
a penalty of Five Shillings for the first offence, and Ten Shillings 
for each succeeding offence. 



Hackney Coaches. 58 



Drivers attending for a Fare at any Staod, shall either sit on 
the Box, or stand at the Horse's head, under a penalty of 2s. 6d. 
for each offence. 

Drivers are on no account to inquire where a company are 
going, previous to engaging, or to i>lead prior engagements when 
their services are required, unless they can adduce evidence to the 
Magistrates that they were actually engaged. 

The Carriages to go to the nearest Stand after setting down a 
Fare, and remain there till the full number is on the Stand. 

The Carriages shall all have a check-string for stopping the 
Driver. 



An Admeasurement of some of the most common Fares : 
ONE SHILLING FARES Half Mile. 

From the Stand at the Cross, to 

Adam's Court, Argyle Street. — Sidney Street, Gallowgate 

High Church.— Theatre.— South End of Old Bridge.— Clare- 

mont Place. — Molindinar Burn, Duke Street Foot of High 

Montrose Street. — Main Street, Great Hamilton Street. 

From the Stand, Foot of Buchanan Street, to 
M'Alpine Street, Anderston Walk. — St. Andrew's Lane, Gal- 
lowgate. — Nicholson Street, Carlton Place, — Dale Street, Clyde 
Buildings. — Foot of High John Street. — Blythswood Place. — 
North End of Old Bridge East End of Sauchiehall Road. 

From the Stand, south side of George's Square, to 
Cowcaddens Toll. — North End of New Bridge. — West End 
of Duke Street. — Blythswood Place, — North End of Oswald 
Street. — Nelson Street. — Taylor Street — North End of Old 
Bridge. 

From the Stand, Steam Boat Quay, to 

Cranstonhill North End of New Bridge North End of 

Robertson Street. 



ONE SHILLING AND SIXPENCE FARES.— 1 Mile. 

From the Stand at the Cross, to 
Bishop Street, Anderston. — St. lloUox's, Monkland Canal. — 
West Street, Clyde Buildings. — Campbellfield. — Whitevale. — 
South Wellington Place. — Gorbals Church Yard. — Barrowfleld. 
— East End of Sauchiehall Road — Lunatic Asylum. 

From the Stand, Foot of Buchanan Street, to 
Cavalry Barracks. — Garnethill. — Gorbals Toll. — Green St. 



59 Hackney Coaches. 

Great Hamilton Street — -Gorbals Church Yard. — Hill Street, 

Gallowgate.— High Church Kensington Place. — Molindinar 

Burn, Duke Street. — Port-Dundas Port Eglinton Park- 
house Toll. — Phoenix Foundry. — Botanic Garden, by Anderston. 

— South Wellington Place West End of St. Vincent Street 

Steam Boat Quay. 

From the Stand, south side of George's Square, to 

Anderston Black Quarry Toll Port-Dundas. Port- 

Eglinton. — Barrack Street, Gallowgate. — Hill Street, Duke St. 
— Main Street, Great Hamilton Street. — Monkland Canal Basin. 
— Road to Woodside, Sauchiehall Road. — Steam Boat Quay. — 
Maxwelton Place. — South Wellington Place. — Observatory. — 
Gorbals Toll. 

From the Stand, Steam Boat Quay, to 

Brunswick Place. — George's Square. — Wooden Bridge. — -St. 
George's Church. — Maxwelton Place. — Cumberland Street, 
Eglinton Street. 

TWO SHILLINGS AND THREEPENCE FARES 

One and Half Miles. 
From the Stand at the Cross, to 

Botanic Garden. — Sighthill Port- Eglinton.- — Port-Dundas. 

— Cranstonhiil. — Parkhouse Toll. — Phoenix Foundry. — Steam 
Boat Quay. — Little Govan. — Cavalry Bai-racks. — Rutherglen 
Bridge. 

From the Stand, foot of Buchanan Street, to 

Whitevale. — Campbellfield. Barrowfield. St. Rollox's. — 

Dunchattan. — Little Govan. — Muirhouses. — Railway, Cathcart 
Road. — Old Basin. — Botanic Garden, by Sauchiehall. — North 
Woodside. — Lunatic Asylum. 

From the Stand, south side of George's Square, to 
Botanic Garden. — Lodge-my-Loons. — Hamilton Hill. — Muir- 
houses. — Little Govan. — Whitevale. — Annfield.- — Barrowfield. 
— Sandyford. — Parkhouse ToU. 

From the Stand, Steam Boat Quay, to 
Infantry Barracks. — York Street, Little Govan. — Cowcaddens. 
— Blytbswood Place Kensington Place. — Muirhouses. — Gor- 
bals Toll West End Duke Street — St. James' Church. 

TWO SHILLING AND SIXPENCE FARES 

One and Three Quarter Miles. 
Fi'om the Stand at the Cross, to 

Shawfield Toll Flemington Port-Eglinton Toll Saw- 

millfield. 



Hackney Coaches. 60 

From the Stand, foot of Buchanan Sti-eet, to 

Shawfield Printfield. Camlachie Bridge. Strathbungo.— 

Govanhill. — Craigbank. 

From the Stand, south side of George's Square, to 
Sighthill. — Strathbungo Shawfield Printfield. 

From the Stand, Steam Boat Quay, to 
Graham Square. — Little Govan. — Phoenix Foundry. — Port- 
Dundas. — .Garnethill. — Strathbungo. — Molindinar Burn, Duke 
Street — Green Street, Great Hamilton Street. 

Although Two-Mile Fares are not described, the Public will 
have an idea of them from the Milri and Three- Quarter Fares. 

Each Driver to keep a printed copy of these Regulations, under 
a penalty of 5s. 

The above Regulations will be enforced, and disputes adjusted 
in the most summary manner, by the Magistrates in the Council 
Chambers or Police Office. 

Council Chambers, 2Sth Feb. 1824. 



At Glasgow, the 8th dai/ of June, 1808 years. 

Which day, the Magistrates and Council of the City of Glas- 
gow, being in Council assembled, there were produced a Table of 
Fares payable to, and Regulations for the Government of, the 
Carters plying for hire within the City, which had been drawn 
up by the Magistrates, after consulting with some of the Mer- 
chants of the City, and a committee of the Carters. On consider- 
ing which Table of Fares and Regxilations, the Magistrates and 
Council approve thereof, and enact and ordain the same to take 
place and to be observed in all time coming, from and after this 
date, under the several penalties therein contained. And of which 
Table the tenor follows: — 

Fares and Regulations for Carters plying for Hire within the 
City of Glasgow. 

I. The City shall and is hereby divided into the following Dis- 
tricts, according to which the respective Rates of Carriage after- 
mentioned shall be exigible. 

First District. — To or from the Broomielaw to Stockwell 
Street, Glassford Street, and Frederick Street, up to the north 
side of George's Square, including both sides of these Streets, the 
whole of George's Square, and every part of the City to the west 
of these streets, and also the upper side of George's Street, west of 
Frederick Street. 



61 Hackney Coaches. 



Second District — From the Streets last mentioned, along both 
sides of George's Street, to High Street, along Trongate and 
Gallowgate Streets, to the Spoutmouth, including both sides of 
High Street, from George's Street southward, also St. Andrew- 
Square, and all the Streets and Lanes between the said Spout- 
mouth westward, to the first line of division. 

Third District All the Streets, Lanes, and other places, 

within the City, to the east of the second line of division, and to 
the north of George's Street. 

II. The following Fares or Rates of Cartage shall be exigible 
and payable in the said respective divisions or districts : — 

To any place in District. 
No. No. No. 

1. 2. 3. 

s. d. s. d. s. d. 
For a Hhd. of Sugar, Pipe of Wine or 

Puncheon of Rum, from the Broomie- 

law, 11 1 I Ji 

Do. from the Weigh-house, . .10 Oil 10 

For two Puncheons of Beans or Meal, 

two Bales of Yarn, or other large Casks 

or Bales, or Grain in Bags, weighing 

near, or about a ton weight, from the 

Broomielaw, . . . . 12 14 16 

Do. do. from the Weigh-house, 14 12 14 

For 6 Barrels of Ashes, or 6 large Bales 

of Cotton, or any number of Barrels 

or Bales, weighing about 18 cwt. from 

the Broomielaw, . . . 12 14 16 

Do. from the Weigh-house, . .14 12 14 

For a Cart Load of Cork, Staves, Dried 

Hides, or any other commodity that 

requires a considerable time to load and 

unload, from the Broomielaw, . 14 16 18 

Do. do. from the Weigh-house, 16 14 16 

For a cart load of Furniture, or similar 

articles that require long time to load 

and unload, for the first hour, and so 

proportionally for each Cart, . 10 10 10 

And for every other hour, and so porpor- 

tionally, for each Cart, . . 9 9 9 

In carrying Grain, the Carters shall always find sufficient Bags, 

and carry the whole of their load up one storey, or into a 

ground flat, without any assistance from the employer. 
When the Cart Load is to be carried up more than one storey 

the Carter shall receive 2d. per Cart additional ; but in this 

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Carters. 62 

case the Carter may carry iip half of the load at his own ex- 
pense, his employer heing at the expense of carrying up the 
other half. 

The Carter in all cases, shall assist in loading and unloading, but 
must always remain by his Cart; and when able so to do, he 
must load and unload the Cart himself. 

All such quantities of Goods as are to be considered as a single 
Cart load, and likewise all Rates and Fares not before specially 
provided for in case of any dispute, shall be settled by the 
Sitting Magistrate. 

f III. The following Rules and Regulations shall be observed by 
the Carters, and shall be strictly enforced in all time coming. 

1st, Every Carter shall enter his name and place of residence, 
in a book to be kept for that purpose, in the Town Clei'k's Cham- 
bers, and must find security for the faithful and honest discharge 
of his duty under a suitable penalty ; and any carter plying in 
the streets, and neglecting to find such caution, shall forfeit a sum 
Tiot exceeding two pounds sterling for each off"ence. 

2d, Every Carter shall be furnished with a Badge, which will 
be numbered according to the order in which his name is entered. 
These Badges must be worn constantly by the Carters when at 
work ; and they must immediately get the number which is on 
the Badge painted on some conspicuous part of their Carts, under 
a penalty of ten shillings for each off"ence. 

3d, Every Carter who shall refuse to work when not engaged, 
or who shall demand higher fares than those specified in the fore- 
going Table, shall be liable to a penalty of ten shillings for each 
ofiijnce. And every Carter, who says he is engaged, shall, upon 
being asked, specify the person by whom, and the hour at which 
he is engaged, and he shall not refuse to be employed in the inter- 
val between the time he is so asked, and the hour of his engage- 
ment, under a like penalty of ten shillings for each offence. 

4th, Every Carter shall be furnished with, and shall always 
cai'ry about with him, a copy of these Regulations and Fares, 
which he shall produce and show, when required, to his employ- 
ers under a penalty of ten shillings for each ofi^ence. And, 

Lastly, Every Carter is hereby enjoined, strictly to attend and 
conform to the Regulations in the Act 12th Geo. III. cap. 45, 
and also to the Regulations with regard to the Carriage of Tim- 
ber, in the Act 33d Geo. III. cap. 104, under the several penal- 
ties therein mentioned. 

Extracted from the Records of Council, by 

JAs. REDDIE. 






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63 Porters. 

No Rate of Wages for Porters having been fixed by the 
Magistrates since March 1798, the following are now 
generally paid. 

s. d. 
Carrying a letter or letters, parcel or parcels, not exceed- 
ing 7 lbs. weight, from any part of the city or New 
Town to any other ^lace therein, . . .03 

Carrying a letter or letters, parcel or parcels, not exceed- 
ing 7 lbs. weight, from any part of the city or New- 
Town, to Anderston, Bridgeton, New Basin of the 
Canal, or any place not exceeding an English mile 

from the Cross, 

If delivered to the Porter after eight o'clock at night. 
For running an express, with a letter or small parcel, for 

every Etjglish mile outwards, in day time, . 
If in the night time, that is after eight o'clock at night. 
Carrying a back-load, not exceeding eight English stone, 
from any ware-room in Glasgow to any other ware- 
room or calender, where the distance does not exceed 
500 yards, ....... 

Do. where the distance exceeds 500 yards, 
Carrying a back-load, not exceeding 8 stone weight, from 
the Cross to the Broomielaw, Calton, or Gorbals, or 
the like distance, ...... 6 

Carrying a load, not exceeding 2| hundred weight, on a 

wheel-barrow for the same distance, . . • 9 

For weighing a ton of Goods, such as iron, &c. for the 

first ton, . . . . . . • 10 

For every other ton, . . . . • • 10 

For weighing each bag of cotton, .... 1 J 

For carrying each bag of cotton out of a cellar, and put- 
ting it on a cart, ...... 3 

For taking each bag of cotton off a cart and putting the 

same into a cellar, ...... 3 

N. B. Two- thirds of the foregoing rates to be paid 
for pockets and bags of cotton not exceeding 1^ 
hundred weight. 
For a day's work at articles not specified as above, to con- 
sist of ten working hours, . . • • 5 
For a week's work, . . . • • . 20 
For the first hour's work, when not employed a whole 

day, 8 

For each subsequent hour's work, when not employed a 

whole day, ....... 6 

For carrying a load of two bolls of meal for each stair, 2 
For carrying a load of two bolls of meal into a close, 2 

For each night's watching, , .... 4 



Porters. 64 



Regulations for Coal Porters, fixed by the Magistrates, 

I5th January, 1807. 

s. d. 
For carrying a cart of coals up stairs, where the distance 
from the stair to where the coals lie is not more than 

60 feet, for the first stair, . . . . . 3 

For every other stair, . . . . . . I2 

For carrying a waggon of coals up stairs the same dis' 

tance as above, for the first stair, . . . 6 

For every other stair, ...... 3 

For carrying a cart of coals from any street or lane to a 
cellar tvithin twenty feet from where the coals lie, if 

not down a stair, ...... 2 

If down a stair an additional . . . . 0|^ 

If above twenty, and not exceeding sixty feet, . . 3 

For every additional stair, ..... 1 

For half the distance, and so on in pi'oportion, . 0^ 

For carrying a waggon of coals from any street, or lane, 
the same distance as above, into a cellar, if not down a 

stair, 4 

If down a stair, ....... 5 

If above twenty, and not exceeding sixty feet, . 6 

If down a stair, ....... 7 

For every additional sixty feet, for each cart, . . 0^ 

For each waggon, ...... 2 

N. B. Coal Porters to report their names to the Town Clerks, 
and take out a badge, which they shall wear, under a penalty of 
5s. They shall be fiu-nished with a copy of the Regulations, 
under a penalty of 5s. Refusing to work when not engaged, or 
demanding more than specified in the Table, 5s. 



Table of Fares for Porters plying at the Broomielaw. 

At Glasgow, the I3th December, 1825, 
The Magistrates and Council of Glasgow, and other Trustees 
for improving the Navigation of the River Clyde, established the 
following Table of Fares for Porters plying at the Harbour of the 
Broomielaw. 

s. d. 
For carrying a letter or parcel, not exceeding 7 lb. any 
distance not exceeding ^ of a mile, . . . 2 

1 



65 Porters, 

s. d, 
A parcel not exceeding 5Q lbs. any distance not exceeding 

^ of a mile, 3 

And for each additional 5^ of a mile, . . . 2 
A parcel not exceeding 1 12 lbs. any distance not exceed- 
ing 5^ of a mile, ...... 4? 

And for each additional 3- of a mile, . . . 3 

Any load on a wheel-barrow, exceeding 112 lbs. any 

distance not exceeding 5 of a mile, . . . 6 

And for each additional 5- of a mile, . . 4 

One half more to he charged after 8 o'clock evening, if in the 
Winter Season, and 10 o'clock if in the Summer Season. 

No Porter shall ply on the Quay without being in possession 
of a copy of the Harbour Regulations and a small Plan of the 
City, having the distance of each quarter of a mile from the Steam 
Boat Quay marked thereon, and which he shall exhibit along with 
the Harbour Regulations and Table of Fares, when recjuired, 
under a penalty not exceeding five pounds for each offence. 



From 


Do. 


From 


Do. 


From 


Lock 16, 


From 


Do. 


From 


Do. 



Canal Passage Boats. 
FORTH AND CLYDE CANAL PASSAGE BOATS 

Start every lawful day as under. 

From Port-Dundas, at 8 o'clock, morning. 
11 o'clock, forenoon. 
5 o'clock, afternoon. 
5 o'clock, morning. 
10 o'clock, forenoon. 
2 o'clock, afternoon. 

Fares : Cabin, 3s. i Steerage 2s. 

A Coach runs betwixt Castlecarry and Stirling, to take Passen- 
gers to and from the Boats. Passengers going by the 8 o'clock 
morning Boat, from Port-Dundas, will get to Stirling about 2 
o'clock afternoon. Fares from Glasgow to Stirling, in the Cabin 
of the Boat, 2s. 6d. ; Steerage, Is. 6d. Inside of Coach, 2s. ; 
Outside, Is. 6d. 

Passengers for Edinburgh, require to leave Port-Dundas, at 8 
o'clock, morning, and have the choice of going from Lock 16, 
either by the Union Canal Boats, or Steam Boats from Grange- 
mouth . 

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Canal Boats. QQ 

MONKLAND CANAL PASSAGE BOAT 

Leaves Sheepford Locks, every lawful morning, at half-past 7 
o'clock, and arrives at the Monkland Basin, at 10 o'clock; leaves 
Monkland Basin, at 4 o'clock, afternoon, and arrives at Sheepford 
Locks, at half- past 6, evening. 

Fares: Cabin Is. 3d.; Steerage, 8d. 
Office, 276, George Street, A. Rankine, Secy. 

GLASGOW, PAISLEY AND ARDROSSAN CANAL 
PASSAGE BOATS. 

A Boat for Passengers, leaves Glasgow for Paisley, and John- 
stone, at 10 o'clock, forenoon, and ^h afternoon, and for Paisley 
at 11 forenoon and 3 afternoon. 

Fares to Paisley; Cabin, 9d. ; Steerage, 6d. To Johnstone, 
Cabin, Is. and Steerage 9d. 

John M'Gee, Port-Eglinton, Manager; James Stewart, 
Moodie's Court, Clerk; William Giffen, Treasurer; Robert 
Hay, Clerk, Paisley; Archd. Fulton, Clerk, Johnstone. 



Agents for Traders on the Forth and Clyde Canal, 
from Port-Dundas. 

To ALLOA, the Steamer, Cyclops, sails with Goods, every Mon- 
day and Thursday morning, from Port-Dundas. Office, 58, 
Buchanan Street. 

To ABERDEEN, the Smacks Courier, Glasgow Packet and 
Liverpool Packet, sail every week. 

To ARBROATH, the Margaret and Helen every week. 
To MONTROSE, the Jean, and Commerce, ditto. John 
Davidson, Agent, 4, St. Enoch's Square. 

To DUNDEE— Rose, Thomas M' Grig or ; Anna, Mathew Mc- 
Lean; Jane, J. Gowans ; Tid, James Caithness; Mary, 
John Spalding; Forth, R. Simpson: — Sail on Tuesdays and 
Fridays. John Crichton, agent for the Dundee, Perth and 
London Shipping Company, 58, Buchanan Street. 

To NEWCASTLE, the Jean, Lord Saltoun, Ann, and Dulcinia. 
Agents, Joseph Shiels, Newcastle, and R. Brown, 164, 
Trongate. 

To HULL, the Gratitude, Betseys and Peggys, and Catherine. 
Agents, R. C. Young, High Street, Hull, and R. Brown, 
164, Trongate. 



67 Canal Boats. 

To KIRKALDY, the Trader, Sibella, Cowan. WiUiam 
Sloan, Agent, Hoodie's Court. 

To LEITH, the London, Leith, Edinburgh and Glasgow Shipp- 
ing Co.'s Tug Packets, twice or thrice a week. Agents, 
William Crichton, 28, Queen Street, Ogilvie & Crichton, 
50, Shore, Leith. 

To LONDON— The St. RoUox Shipping Co.'s Traders— the St. 
RoUox, David Nicol ; the Hope, James Leighton ; London 
Packet, Henry Cleghorn; Glasgow Packet, John Beeches. 
Agents, W. Sloan, Moodie's Court, Glasgow, S. Reynolds 
& Co. Dundee Wharf, London. 

To FALKIRK and GRANGEMOUTH, daily, the Canal 
Company's Luggage Boats. Agent, Thos. Johnston, 58, 
Buchanan Street. 

ToEDINBURGH— The Glasgow & Edinburgh Canal Shipping 
Company sail their Flyboats from Sanderson's Wharf, Port- 
Dundas, at six o'clock evening. Goods received at the Shipp- 
ing Office, 100, Buchanan Street; Robert Sanderson, Mana- 
ger, Glasgow; George Small, Agent, Port- Hopetoun, Edin- 
burgh. 

ToEDINBURGH— TheLondon, Leith, Edinburgh and Glasgow 
Shipping Co. dispatch a Boat every lawful day. Agents, 
William Crichton, 28, Queen Street, Glasgow, and John 
Strachan, Port-Hopetoun, Edinburgh. 

CARRON COMPANY'S VESSELS sail from Carron Wharf, 
87, Lower East Smithfield, London, on Sundays and Thurs- 
days, and from Grangemouth, on Mondays and Thursdays. 
Goods received for this conveyance, at the Carron Wharf, 
Port-Dundas, from whence a Boat Sails to Grangemouth, 
evei"y Wednesday and Saturday evening, at 8 o'clock precisely. 
Agents, Henry Dawson, 123, Buchanan Street, and John 
Johnston, Carron Wharf, Port-Dundas; Charles White, 
Carron Wharf, London. 

LEITH AND LONDON SMACKS. 

LONDON, LEITH, EDINBURGH and GLASGOW 
SHIPPING COMPANY sail their Smacks from Leith, 
every Tuesday and Friday, and from London, Sunday and 
Thursday. Agents, William Crichton. 28, Queen Street, 
Glasgow; Joseph Adams, Leith and Glasgow Wharf, Lon- 
don ; Ogilvie and Crichton, 50, Shore Leith. 

LONDON and EDINBURGH SHIPPING COMPANY 
sail their Smacks from Leith, every Tuesday and Friday, 



Agents for Traders, 68 

and from Miller's Wharf, London, every Thursday and Sun- 
day. Agent, Robert Sanderson, 100, Buchanan Street; 
Thomas Hosie, London; Robert Bruce, Leith, Manager. 

LONDON and LEITH OLD SHIPPING COMPANY 
sail their Smacks from Leith, every Tuesday and Friday, 
and from London every Sunday and Thursday. Thomas 
Howie & Co. Agents and Carriers, 36, Montrose Street. 

LEITH AND LONDON STEAM PACKETS. 

THE LONDON and EDINBURGH STEAM PACKET 
COMPANY'S VESSELS, for Goods and Passengers— The 
SOHO, Capt. Bain; JAMES WATT, Capt. Jamieson ; 
CITY of EDINBURGH, Capt Frazer—saXl every Tues- 
day and Saturday, at 5 o'clock, afternoon, from Newhaven, 
Edinburgh. Fare to London, Cabin, £,5i Steerage 2^ 
Guineas. Agent, Mr. Lyon, Dunlop Stx-eet, Glasgow. 

THE STEAM SHIP, UNITED KINGDOM, D. Turner, 
Commander, sails between Leith and London, with Goods 
and Passengers. Fares to London, including Provisions, 
Cabin, £5; Steerage, 2^ Gunieas. Agents, Thomas Ogil- 
vle, 14, Argyll Street; George Mills, Newhaven. 

ABERDEEN, INVERNESS AND EDINBURGH 
STEAM PACKETS. 

THE BRILLIANT and VELOCITY, ABERDEEN and 
EDINBURGH PASSAGE, from Newhaven, Edinburgh, 
every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, at 6 ; and 
from Aberdeen, every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday morn- 
ing, at 6 — Calling at Elie, Anstruther, Crail, Arbroath, 
Montrose, Johnshaven, and Stonehaven ; and generally per- 
form the passage in 10 hours, 

INVERNESS, and EDINBURGH PASSAGE, from New- 
haven, every Tuesday morning, at 6; and from Inverness, 
every Friday morning early, — calling as above, and at 
Aberdeen, Banff, Burghead, Cromarty, Invergordon, and 
Fort- George; and generally perform the passage in 28 hours. 
J. Davidson, 4^ St. Enoch Square, Agent at Glasgow. 

THE LEITH, HAMBURGH and ROTTERDAM SHIP- 
PING C OMP AN Ysail their Schooners from Leith to Ham- 
burgh, every alternate Monday, during the Shipping Season. 
The Company will continue to give regular opportunities, 
during the Season, from Leith to Rottei'dam, about once in 
17 days. George Gibson, Manager, Leith; William Crich- 
ton, 28, Queen Street, Agent at Glasgow. 



69 Agents for Traders. 

STEAM BOATS ON THE CLYDE. 
STEAM BOATS FOR PASSENGERS sail from the 
Broomielaw to all parts in the Frith and round the Coast. 
Boards, announcing the destination and hour of departure, 
may be seen at the Post-Office, Cross, below the Piazzas of 
the Exchange, entry to St. Enoch Square, North Side of the 
Royal Exchange, Queen Street, and foot of Stockwell and 
Jamaica Streets. The Boats depart exactly at the hour ap- 
pointed on the Boards. 

AGENTS FOR TRADING VESSELS ON THE CLYDE. 

To BRISTOL and Ports in the Bristol Channel— To PLY- 
MOUTH— To ULVERSTON— To CORK, WATER- 
FORD, WEXFORD, NEWRY, LIMERICK, &c 

Agents, John M'Kinlay and Son, 8, Broomielaw. 

To AYR, the Ayr Steam Packet, J. M'Arthur, master, sails 
regularly, with goods and passengers, between Glasgow, 
Greenock, and Ayr. Agents, J. & G. Burns, 9, Buchanan 
Street. 

To AYR, the Steam Packet Countess of Glasgow, sails regularly 
twice a- week. Agents, Thomson & M'Connell, 19, Jamaica 
Street J John Telfer, Ayr. 

To BELFAST, the Steam Packets Fingal, Belfast and Eclipse, 
sail I'egularly, with goods and passengers. Agents, J. & G. 
Burns, 9, Buchanan Street, 

CLYDE SHIPPING COMPANY, 4, York Street. 
TUG VESSELS, Sampson, Hercules and Gulliver, to and from 
Greenock, every tide. LUGGAGE VESSELS, Active, 
Dispatch, Industry, and Trusty. LIGHTERS, Ann, 
Betty, Clyde, Forth, Friends, Jean, Kelvin, Jenny, Lilly, 
and Tweed, daily, with goods to and from Greenock. Agents, 
Hugh Hutton, Greenock; Robert Murray, Port- Glasgow; 
James Steel, manager, house 42, York Street. 

NEW CLYDE SHIPPING COMPANY, 53, Jamaica Street. 

To PORT-GLASGOW and GREENOCK, with goods and 
passengers, daily, the Steam Luggage Boats^ Favourite and 
Commerce, besides Lighters towed by the Luggage Steamers. 
Days and hours of sailing will be seen on the Ticket 
Boards. John Tassie, manager, Glasgow. Agents, A. M. 
Burrell, Port-Glasgow ; and Allan M'Q,uarrie, Greenock. 

To LIVERPOOL, the Steam Packets, Glasgow, Ailsa Craig, 
Liverpool, Wm. Huskison, Henry Bell, James Watt, and 
Enterprize, sail regularly with goods and passengers. Agents, 
James Martin, and J. G. Burns, 9, Buchanan Steeet. 



Agents for Traders, 70 



To LIVERPOOL, the Smacks Ailsa, Brilliant, Lion, Stag, 
Swan, and Tiger, sail generally about twice a week. Agents, 
David Chapman, 39, Miller Street, and W. S. Dixon, Liv- 
erpool. 

To LIVERPOOL The City of Glasgow Steam Packet Com- 
pany STEAMERS, City of Glasgow and John Wood, sail 
regularly with goods and passengers. Agents, Thomson and 
M'Connell, 19, Jamaica Street; David M'lver, Water 
Street, Liverpool; Kippen and Lindsay, Greenock. 

To DUBLIN The Steam Packets Erin and Scotia sail regu- 
larly, with goods and passengers, between Glasgow, Green- 
ock and Dublin. Agent, J. Gemmill, 8, York Street. 

To ISLAY and SKYE, the Steamer Maid of Islay, No. 2, sails 
from West Tarbert: comnittnication by the Ewing, Superb, 
and Rothsay from Glasgow : goods and passengers forwarded 
by the above conveyance. Agents, Alex. Graham, 82, 
Maxwell Street; J. Gemmill, 8, York Street. 

To INVERNESS, TOBERMORY, STAFFA, &c.— The 
Highlander, Maid of Morven, and Benlomond Steamers 
will ply regularly, during the season, betwixt Glasgow and 
the above parts. The Highlander will leave Glasgow every 
Monday for Oban and Inverness, and Inverness every Thurs- 
day for Oban and Glasgow. The Maid of Morven leaves 
Glasgow every Thursday for Oban and Inverness, and 
Inverness every Monday for Oban and Glasgow. The Ben- 
lomond leaves Oban every Tuesday and Friday for Tober- 
mory and StafFa. These three vessels thus meet at Oban, 
every Tuesday and Friday, and exchange passengers for their 
respective destinations. Archibald M'Echran, Agent, 9, 
Jamaica Street. 

To LONDONDERRY The Steam Packets Foyle and London- 
derry sail between Glasgow, Campbeltown and Londonderry 
twice a week. Agents, T. Cameron & Co. 82, Miller Street. 

NETHERLANDS and RHINE, and WA.R Steam Packet 
Office, 21, St. Andrew Street, James Hamilton & Co. 

Agents. 



71 Harbour Dues. 

RIVER AND HARBOUR DUES. 



Tonnage, Crane, Weighing and Shed Dues, leviable on 
Goods Imported or Exported at the Broomielaw, 

Extracted from Act 6, Geo. IV. cap. cxvii. passed 10th June, 1825. 
SCHEDULE (A.) 



Shed Duties at the Broomielaw, on all Goods exported or imported. 


FIRST CLASS. 




Earthenware, hhd. 


l|d. 


Currants, per Butt, 


2d. 


Flax, ton, 


do. 


Dry Fruits, ton, 


do. 


Furniture, load. 


do. 


Feathers, 


do. 


Glassware, hhd. 


do. 


Groceries, not enumerated, 




Grain, hhd. 


do. 


ton. 


do. 


Hats, hhd. 


do. 


Madders, butt, 


do. 


Hemp, ton, 


do. 


Oil, 252 gaUons, 


do. 


Hides, dried or salted, ton. 


do. 


Spirits, pipe or butt, 


do. 


Indigo, chest, 


do. 


Sugar, hhd. 


do. 


Iron, ton, . 


do. 


Tobacco, hhd. 


do. 


Kelp, ton, 


do. 


Wine, pipe or butt, 


do. 


Lard, ton. 


do. 


SECOND CLASS. 




Lead, ton, 


do. 


Alum, per hhd. 


Ifd. 


Lignumvitse, ton. 


do. 


Apples, hhd. 


do. 


Lime Juice, puncheon. 


do. 


Apples in Bulk, 12 Bushels, do. | 


Machinery, ton. 


do. 


Bacon and Hams, hhd. 


do. 


Manganeze, ton. 


do. 


Bacon, in Bulk, ton, . 


do. 


Meal, &c. in Jars or Jugs, 




Barley, in Jars or Jugs, 




score, 


do. 


score, 


do. 


Nails, ton, 


do. 


Blacking, hhd. . 


do. 


Oak, or Cork Tree Bark, 




Bleaching Powder, ton, 


do. 


ton, 


do. 


Bread, hhd. 


do. 


Oil in Jars, score. 


do. 


Brimstone, ton, 


do. 


Onions, 12 bushels. 


do. 


Butter, ton. 


do. 


Paint, ton. 


do. 


Candles, ton. 


do. 


Paper, ton. 


do. 


Cheese, ton. 


do. 


Pease, &c. in Jars or Jugs, 




Coffee, tierce. 


do. 


score. 


do. 


Copper, ton, 


do. 


Printer's Liquor, pipe, 


do. 


Copperas, hhd. . 


do. 


Provisions, salted,, ton, 


do. 


Cordage, ton, 


do. 


Quercitron Bark, hhd. 


do. 


Corkwood, ton, . 


do. 


Rice, tierce. 


do. 


Cudbear, cask. 


do. 


Rum or other Spirits, pun- 




Dry Fish, ton, . 


do. 


cheon, 


do. 


Dry Goods, puncheon, 


do. 


Sacrum Saturni, ton, . 


do. 


Dyewoods, ton, . 


do. 


Saltpetre, ton. 


do. 


Dyewoods, manufactured, 




Seal Skin, ton, . 


do. 


cask, 


do. 


Shumac, ton, 


do. 



Harbour Dues. 



72 



Soap, ton, 


Ifd. 


Soda, ton, 


do. 


Sugar, tierce, 


do. 


Tallow, ton. 


do. 


Tin, ton, . 


do. 


Tin Plates, ] 1 boxes. 


do. 


Tin Ware, hhd. 


do. 


Valonia, ton, 


do. 


THIRD CLASS. 




Bacon and Hams, per tierce. 


cask, or puncheon. 


l|d. 


Blacking, tierce, cask or 




puncheon, 


do. 


Bread, tierce, cask or pun- 




cheon. 


do. 


Cane Reeds, thousand, 


do. 


Carpeting, bale. 


do. 


Coals, hhd. 


do. 


Cotton, such as American, 




East or West India, bale 




or bag, 


do. 


Cotton Bagging, 12 pieces, 


do. 


Cotton Yarn, bale, 


do. 


Cotton Waste, ton. 


do. 


Earthenware, tierce, cask 




or puncheon, . 


do. 


Glassware, tierce, cask, or 




puncheon, 


do. 


Grain, tierce, cask, or pun- 




cheon. 


do. 


Jars, empty, load. 


do. 


Leather, bale. 


do. 


Linen, bale, 


do. 


Liquor, bottled, tierce, cask 




or puncheon, . 


do. 


Madder Roots, bale. 


do. 


Mahogany, ton, 


do. 


Molasses, cask or puncheon 


do. 


Osnaburgs, 12 pieces. 


do. 


Rum, or other Spirits, hhd 


do. 


Slates, &c. thousand, . 


do. 


Sugar Moulds, load. 


do. 


Tiles, &c. thousand, . 


do. 


Tin Ware, tierce, cask, or 




imncheon. 


do. 


Vitriol, bottles and baskets, 


do. 


Wine, hhd. 


do. 


Woods, fancy, ton, 


do. 



Wool, bale or pack, . l|d. 
Woollens, bale or pack, do. 

FOURTH CLASS. 
Alabaster, per ton, . l^d. 
Ale, solid, hhd. . do^ 

Aquafortis, bottle or basket, do. 



Bleaching Liquor, do. 


do. 


Bran, ton. 


do. 


Burr Stones, ton, 


do. 


Carpeting, truss, 


do. 


Chalk, ton. 


do. 


Clay, ton. 


do. 


Clover Seeds, bag, 


do. 


Cocoa, barrel or bag, 


do. 


Coffee, do. 


do. 


Cottons, box, trunk, case. 


or truss. 


do. 


Cotton, Brazil, bag. 


do. 


Cotton Yarn, skip, 


do. 


Cyder, hhd. 


do. 


Dry goods, not enumera- 


ted, box, trunk, case 


, or 


truss, 


do. 


Earthenware, crate. 


do. 


Flax Seed, hhd. 


do. 


Flint, ton, 


do. 


Fruit, chest. 


do. 


Glassware, crate, 


do. 


Grindstones, do. 


do. 


Hardware, box, or cask 


do. 


Hats, box or case, 


do. 


Hops, bag, 


do. 


Indigo, seroon, 


do. 


Ironmongery, box or ca 


sk, do. 


Linens, box, trunk, cas 


I or 


truss. 


do. 


Marble, ton. 


do. 


Old Ropes and Rags, t< 


)n, do. 


Perry, hhd. 


do. 


Pig Iron, ton. 


do. 


Pimento, barrel or bag. 


do. 


Porter, solid, hhd. 


do. 


Soapers' Waste, ton. 


do. 


Sugar, barrel or bag. 


do. 


Tea, chest or box. 


do. 


Woollens, box, trunk, cs 


ise, 


or truss, 


do. 


Woollen Yarn, do. 


do. 



73 



Harbour Dues. 



FIFTH CLASS. 
Apples, per barrel, 
Barley, bag, 
Blacking, barrel, 
Bottles, Quart, gross. 
Bottles, (Vitriol) score, 
Bread, barrel or bag. 
Cotton, seroon, . 
Flax Seed, barrel. 
Flour, barrel or bag, 
Grapes, jar. 
Grass Seed, bag, 
Hops, pocket. 
Liquor, Bottled, barrel 
Malt, Bag, do. . 
Pitch, barrel, 
Tar, do. 

Tree, Plants, bundle. 
Turpentine, 
Staves, Quebec, Pipe, each 

hundred of 120 
Do. American, hogshead, 

10 hundred of 125, 
Do. British, barrel, 10 

hundred of 120 
FREE. 
Coals, Bricks, Tiles and Slates, 

in bulk and in casks, except 

when vessels occupy a Shed 

Birth, Herrings, Fishery, Salt. 
Salt and Tree, and every thing 

requisite at the outfit of Her- 
ring Bushes. 
Provision for Ships' Use, per 

Victualling Bills. 
Timber, Deals, Lath wood, and 

also Mahogany and Staves in 

Cargoes. 
Stones for Building and Paving, 

and Grindstones and Marble, 

except when vessels occupy a 

Shed Birth. 

FREE, AT IMPORT 
ONLY. 

Grain, Meal, Potatoes. 

All goods not enumerated or 
described in the above Table, to 
be charged either l|d, per ton, 



Id. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 

2d. 

Id. 

Id. 



weight or measure, according to 
the freight rate, or in proportion 
to such articles in this Schedule 
as they come nearest to. 

XXVIL And be it farther 
enacted. That, for defraying the 
expense of executing the Sheds, 
Cranes, and Weighing Machines 
before authorized the said trustees 
shall be and are hereby authorized 
and empowered to demand, exact, 
and recover from all and every 
person or persons importing or 
exporting goods at the said quays, 
for the said Sheds, Cranes, and 
Weighing Machines, the rates 
and duties specified in Schedules 
A. B. and C. hereto annexed ; 
and the surplus of the said duties, 
if any, to be applied generally 
towards the purposes of this act. 

XXVIII. Provided always, 
and be it enacted. That if the 
rates of Shed Duties specified in 
the said Schedule (A.) shall, 
upon an average of three years 
from the date of the erection of 
the said Sheds, exceed fifteen per 
centum upon the capital sum ex- 
pended in the construction there- 
of, the said rates shall be there- 
after reduced in such proportions 
as may afford an annual revenue 
to the said amount, and no more 
in all time coming, videlicet five 
per centum as the legal interest 
of the capital expended in the 
erection of the said Sheds, and 
ten per centum to defray the ex- 
pense of repairing and maintain- 
ing the same, and gradually to 
pay off and discharge the princi- 
pal of the said debt. 

SCHEDULE (B.) 
CRANE DUTIES AT THE 

BROOMIELAW. 
Each hhd. of Sugar, and Hoists 

not exceeding 12 cwt. 3d. 



9 



Harbour Dues. 



U 



6d. 
6d. 
Is. 



Is. 



Each hbd. of Sugar, and 

Hoists from 12 to 15 cwt. 4d 
Each hogshead of Sugar, and 

Hoists from 15 to 20 cwt. 6d, 
Each ton of hemp, 
Do. of timber. 
Do. of marble, 
Do of Machinery or 
other articles, exceeding 
one ton, 

Taking out and putting in Ma- 
chinery, &c. of Steam Boats 
from £2, 2s. to .£8, 8s. ac- 
cording to the number of 
hoists and trouble. 

SCHEDULE (C.) 
WEIGHING DUTIES AT 

THE BROOMIELAW. 

Each cart, waggon, or other 

carriage load or weight, 

not exceeding 12 cwt. 

Each cart, waggon, or other 

carriage load or weight 

exceeding 12 cwt. 

Weighing Duties to be paid 

by the Owners, Shippers, or 

Importers of Goods, if required 

by the Taxman or Collector 

appointed by the Trustees for 

ascertaining the River Tonnage, 

or other Duties granted by this 

Act, provided the weight alleged 

by the Shipper or Importer of 

the goods be found less than the 

real weight, but if equal or to 

greater than the real weight, the 

weighing duties to be paid by the 

tacksman or collector. 

Weighing duties for coals to 
be paid only when weighed on 
the application of the owner or 
shipper. 

TONNAGE. 
XXIV. And be it farther 
enacted, that for discharging the 
debt already contracted, and de- 
fraying the expenditure which 



Id. 



2d. 



may be incurred in the execu- 
tion of the operations and con- 
struction of the woi'ks hereby 
authorized for maintaining and 
stiU farther improving the Navi- 
gation of the Clyde, between the 
said harbour at the Broomielaw, 
Port- Glasgow, and Cardross, 
the said trustees shall be and are 
hereby authorized and empower- 
ed, from and after the passing ©f 
this Act, not only to demand, 
levy, and recover the River or 
Tonnage Duties, granted by the 
said recited Acts, at the rate of 
one shilling per ton, upon all 
Goods, Wai-es, Merchandise, 
Commodities, and other things 
(except Coals, Lime, Limestone, 
Bricks, Pantiles, and other 
articles specially exempted by 
the said recited Acts, as alf 
Freestone and Whinstone,; 
which shall be carried in and 
upon the said River Clyde, or 
any part thereof, between the 
Castle of Dumbarton on the 
West, and the said harbour at 
the Broomielaw on the East, 
but also, if they shall find it 
necessary, to increase the said 
river or tonnage duty to an ex- 
tent not exceeding one-third of 
the said river or tonnage duty 
hitherto levied under the said 
recited Acts, according to the 
stages of the river herein after 
described. 

N. B. — Tonnage is raised 
by the Trustees from Is. to Is. 
4d. per ton, the highest rate 
allowed by this Act. By the 
25th section, power is given to 
levy 2d. per ton upon Freestone, 
Whinstone, Coal, Brick, Pan- 
tiles, &c. in proportion to th«t 
stages of the river» 



75 



Carriers* Quarters. 



Carriers Quarters^ 
With the Days of Arrival and Departure. 



From Whence. 


Where Lodged. 


Arrivals. 


Departures. 


Aberdeen, 


Aitkens, 19, Virginia st. 


Saturday 


Saturday 


Aberfeldy, 


Camerons,27Blackfriars st. 


Tu. Th. Sat. 


Mo. We. Fri. 


Do. 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Mo. We. Fri. 


Tu. Th. Sat. 


Aberfoyle, 


Forresters, 98, Candleriggs, 


Fortnightly 


Fortnightly 


Alexandria, 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Tues. Fri. 


Wed. Sat. 


Alloa, 


Camerons,27Blackfriars st. 


Tu. Th. Sat. 


Mo. We. Fri. 


Do. 


Millers, Millers Place, 


Tu. We. Fri. 


Tu. We. Fri. 


Do. 


Erskines, 151, GaUowgate, 


Wednesday 


Wednesday 


Alloa & Dollar, 


See Deny. 






Do. 


Erskines, 151, GaUowgate, 


Wednesday 


Wednesday 


Alyth and ) 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Mo. We. Fri. 


Tu. Th. Sat. 


Alloa, S 


Aitkens, 19, Virginia st. 


Saturday 


Saturday 


Annan, 


Whitelaws, 182, GaUowgate 


Fortn. Wed. 


Fortn. Thurs. 


Anstruther, 


Camerons,27Blackfriars st. 


Tu. Th. Sat. 


Mo. We. Sat. 


Appin, 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Monthly 


Monthly 


Airdrie, 


Pollocks, 10, Charlotte st. 


Mo. We. Fri. 


Mo. We. Fri. 


Do. 


Erskines, 151, GaUowgate, 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Forresters, 98, Candleriggs, 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Brownlees, 108, High st. 


Tu. Th. Sat. 


Tu. Th. Sat. 


Arbroath, 


Camerons,27Blackfriars st. 


Do. 


Mo. We. Sat. 


Do. 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Mo. We. Fri. 


Tu. Th. Sat. 


Do. 


Aitkens, 19, Virginia st. 


Saturday 


Saturday 


Ardrossan, 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Auchinblae, 


Aitkens, 19, Virginia st. 


Saturday 


Saturday 


Auchinleck, 


Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow. 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Do. 


Millers, Millers Place, 


Tu. We. Fri. 


Tu. We. Fri. 


A'chternauchty 


CanQerons,27Blackfriars st. 


Tu. Th. Sat. 


Mo. We. Fri. 


Auchterarder, 


Forresters, 98, Candleriggs, 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Do 


M'Kerrachers, Stirling st. 


Do. 


Do. 


Auchtergavin, 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Mo. We. Fri. 


Tu. Th. Sat. 


Ayr, 


Cuthberts, 77, King street. 


Daily 


Daily 


Do. 


Millers, Miller Place, 


Tues. Fri. 


Tues. Fri. 


Do. 


R. Stirling, 80, New Wynd, 


Fortn. Tues. 


Fortn. Tues. 


Do. 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Tuesday 


Tuesday 


Balfron, 


Forresters, 98, Candleriggs, 


Tues. Fri. 


Wed. Sat. 


Do. 


Munns, 38, Ingram street. 


Mon. Thur. 


Tues. Fri. 


Ballantrae, 


Millers, Millers Place, 


Thursday 


Thursday 


Banff, 


Aitkens, 19, Virginia st. 


Saturday 


Saturday 


Bathgate, 


Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow. 


Friday 


Friday 


Do. 


Forresters, 98, Candleriggs, 


Tues. Fri. 


Tues. Fri. 


Do. 


Millers, Millers Place, 


Friday 


Friday 


Bannockburn, 


Wordies, 35, Blackfriar st. 


Daily 


Daily 


Barrhead, 


Forresters, 98, Candleriggs, 


M.T.W.F.S. 


M.T.W.F.S. 



Carriers' Quarters. 



76 



From Whence. 


^ Where Lodged. 


Arrivals. 


Departures. 


Barrhead, 


Millers, Millers Place, 


Wednesday 


Wednesday 


Beith, 


Murdochs, Nile St. Gallow. 


Wed. Sat. 


Wed. Sat. 


Do. 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Tues. Sat. 


Do. 


Bellshill, 


Murdochs, Nilest. Gallow. 


Wednesday 


Wednesday 


Do. 


Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 


Wed. Sat. 


Wed. Sat. 


Bervie, 


Aitkens, 19, Virginia st. 


Saturday 


Saturday 


Biggar, 


Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 


Tuesday 


Tuesday 


Blackburn, 


Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow. 


Friday 


Friday 


Blairgowrie, 


Camerons, 27 Blackfriar st. 


Tu. Th. Sat. 


Mo. We. Fri. 


Do. 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Mo. We. Fri. 


Tu. Th. Sat. 


Do. 


Aitkens, 19, Virginia st. 


Mo.Tu.Th. S 


M. Tu.Th.S. 


Blraratholl, 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Mo. Wed. Fri. 


Tu. Th. Sat. 


Do. 


Aitkens, 19, Virginia st. 


Mon. Sat. 


Mon. Sat. 


Blantyre, 


Barrs, Great Hamilton st. 


Wed. Sat. 


Wed. Sat. 


Bonhill, 


Munns, 38, Ingram street, 


Tues. Fri. 


Tues. Fi'i. 


Both well, 


See Hamilton. 






Borro'stouness 


Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow. 


Wed. Sat. 


Wed. Sat. 


Do. 


Meins, Blackfriar street. 


Do. 


Do. 


Bridge of \ 
Earn, J 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Mo. Wed. F. 


Tu. Th. Sat. 


Brechin, 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Mo. We. Fri. 


Do. 


Do. 


Aitkens, 19, Virginia st. 


Saturday 


Saturday 


Buchanan, 


Millers, Millers Place, 


Wednesday 


Wednesday 


Buchanan & \ 
NKilpatrick S 


Munns, 38, Ingram street. 


Do. 


Do. 


Buchlyvie & 7 
Kippin 3 


Munns, 38, Ingram street, 


Tuesday 


Tuesday 


B uncle, 


Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 


Fortn. Wed. 


Fortn. Wed. 


Busby, 


R. Stirling, 80, NewWynd, 


Fortn. Sat. 


Fortn. Sat. 


Calleiider, 


Meins, Blackfriar street. 


Fortn. Wed. 


Fortn. Thur. 


Do. 


M'Kerrachers, Stirling st. 


Do. 


Do. 


Cambuslang, 


Pollocks, 10, Charlotte st. 


Wed. Sat. 


Wed. Sat. 


Campsie, 


Meins, Blackfriar street, 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Rankins, College Open, 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Buchanans, 11, Bell street, 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


M'Kerrachers, Stirling st. 


Do. 


Do. 


Carluke, 


Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 


Tues. Fri. 


Tues. Fri. 


Do. 


Murdochs, Nilest. Gallow. 


Friday 


Friday 


Carlisle, 


Whitelaws, 182, Gallow. 


Fortn. Wed. 


Fortn. Thur. 


Carnwath, 


Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 


Tuesday 


Tuesday 


Cast. Douglas, 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Thursday 


Thursday 


Castletown, 


Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 


Friday 


Saturday 


Catrine, 


Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow. 


Tues. Fri. 


Tues. Fri. 


Do. 


Millers, Millers Place, 


Friday 


Friday 


Ceres, 


Camerons, 27 Blackfriar st. 


Tu. Thu. Sat. 


Mo. We. Fri. 


Chryston, 


Rankins, College Open, 


Wed. Sat. 


Wed. Sat. 


Colinonell, 


R. Stirling, 80, NewWynd, 


Fortn. Tues. 


Fortn. Tues. 



n 




Carriers* Quarters, 


From Whence. 


Where Lodged. 


Arrivals. 


Departures. 


Condorat, 


Meins, Blackfriar street. 


Wed. Sat. 


Wed. Sat. 


Do. 


Rankins, College Open, 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Millers, 31, Duke street. 


Do. 


Do. 


Crawfordjohn, 


Whitelaws, 182, Gallow. 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Creiff&ComrJe 


Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow. 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Do. 


M'Kerrachers, Stirling st. 


Do. 


Wednesday 


Crosshill, ^ 








Straton and > 


Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow. 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Kirkmichael ) 








Cumbernauld, 


Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow. 


Wed. Sat. 


Wed. Sat. 


Do. 


Munns, 38, Ingram street, 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Meins, Blackfriar street, 


Do. 


Do. 


Cumnock, 


Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow. 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Do. 


Millers, Millers Place, 


Tu.Wed.Fri. 


Tu.Wed.Fri. 


Do. 


R.Stirling, 80, NewWynd, 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Cupar Fife 7 
85 Augus, 3 
Do. 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Mo. We. Fri. 


Tu. Th. Sat. 


Aitkens, 19, Virginia st. 


M.Tu.Th.S. 


M. Tu.Th.S. 


Culross, 


Munns, 38, Ingram street, 


Wed. Fri. 


Wed. Fri. 


Daily, 


R. Stirling, 80, NewWyud, 


Fortn. Wed. 


Fortn. Wed. 


Dairy, 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Tues. Fri. 


Wed. Sat. 


Dalmellington, 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Thursday 


Thursday 


Deauston } 
&, Doune, ) 


Munns, 38, Ingram street, 


Tues. Fri. 


Tues. Fri. 


Denny, 


Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow. 


Wed. Sat. 


Wed. Sat. 


Do. 


Meins, Blackfriar street. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Forresters, 98, Candleriggs, 


Saturday 


Saturday 


Do 


M'Kerrachers, Stirling st. 


Wednesday 


Wednesday 


Do. 


Millers, 31, Duke street. 


Do. 


Do. 


Derval, 


Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow. 


Tuesday 


Do. 


DoUar, 


Millers, Millers Place, 


Tu. We. Fri. 


Tu. We. Fri. 


Do. 


Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 


Wednesday 


Wednesday 


Douglas, 


Whitelaws, 182, Gallow. 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Do. 


Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 


Tuesday 


Do. 


Doune, 


Munns, 38, Ingram street, 


Tues. Fri. 


Tues. Fi-i. 


Do. 


Wordies, Blackfriar street, 


Daily 


Daily 


Drymen, 


Munns, 38, Ingram street. 


Wednesday 


Wednesday 


Do. 


Millers, Millers Place, 


Do. 


Do. 


Dumbarton, 


Munns, 38, Ingram street, 


M.Tu.Th.F. 


Tu.We.F. S. 


Dumfries, 


Millers, Millers Place, 


M. Tu.W. F. 


M. Tu.W.F. 


Do. 


Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 


Fortn. Tues. 


Fortn. Wed. 


Dumblane, 


M'Kerrachers, Stirling st. 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Dundee, 


Camerons,27, Blackfriar st. 


Tu. Th. Sat. 


Mo. We, Fri. 


Do. 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Mo. We. Fri. 


Tu. Th. Sat. 


Do. 


Aitkens, 19, Virginia st. 


M.Tu.Th.S. 


M.Tu.Th.S. 


Dunfermline, 


Forresters, 98, Candleriggs, 


Wednesday 


Wednesday 


Do. 


Munns, 38, Ingram street, 


Wed. Fri. 


Wed. Fri. 



s^ 



Carriers^ Quarters. 



TS 



From Whence. 


Where Lodged. 


Arrivals. 


Dunkeld, 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Mo. We. Fri. 


Do. 


Aitkens, 19, Virginia st. 


M.Tu.Th.S. 


Dunlop, 


Millers, Millers Place, 


Wednesday 


Dunning, 


Munns, 38, Ingram street, 


Do. 


Duntocher, 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Wed. Sat. 


Di'umlethie, 


Aitkens, 19, Virginia st. 


Saturday 


Ecclefechan, 


Whitelaws, 182, Gallow. 


Fortn. Wed. 


Edinburgh ) 
& Leith, S 


Howey & Co. Montrose st. 


Daily 


Jacksons, Brunswick street 


Do. 


Do. 


Lyon, 1 Dunlop street, 


Do. 


En-gland, 


Hargreaves, 124,Bruns. st. 


Tues. Fri. 


Do. 


Murdochs, Nilest. Gallow. 


Mon. Thur. 


Do. 


Howey 8b Co. Montrose st. 


Daily. 


Elgin, 


Aitkens, 19, Virginia st. 


Saturday 


Errol, 


Aitkens, 19, Virginia st. 


M.Tu.Th.S. 


Falkirk, 


Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow. 


Wed. Sat. 


Do. 


Meins, Blackfriar street, 


Do. 


Do. 


Millers, Millers Place, 


Do. 


Fochabers, 


Aitkens, 19, Virginia st. 


Saturday 


Faifley, 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Wednesday 


Fenwick, 


R.Stirling, 80, NewWynd, 


Do. 


Fettercairn, 


Aitkens, 19, Virginia st. 


Saturday 


Fin try. 


Munns, 38, Ingram street, 


Mo. We. Fri. 


Forfar, 


Camerons,27, Blackfriar st. 


Tu. Th. Sat. 


Do. 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Mo. We. Fri. 


Do. 


Aitkens, 19, Virginia st. 


Saturday 


Forres, 


See Aberdeen. 




Fortingle, 


See Aberdeen. 




Galloway, 


Millers, Millers Place, 


Tues. Fri. 


Do. 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Thursday 


Gailasheils, 


Murdochs, Nilest. Gallow. 


Do. 


Do. 


Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 


Friday 


Galston, 


Millers, Millers Place, 


Tu. We. Fri. 


Do. 


R.Stirling. 80, NewWynd, 


Tues. Fri. 


Garlieston, 


Millers, Millers Place. 


Thursday 


Gargunnock, 


See Kippen. 




Gartnaore, 


Forresters, 98, CandleriggSj 


Fortnightly 


Do. 


Munns, 38, Ingram street, 


Fortn. Tues. 


Gatehouse, 


Millers, Millers Place, 


Thursday 


Do. 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Do. 


Girvan, 


Millers, Millers Place, 


Do. 


Glammis, 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Mo. We. Fri 


Do. 


Aitkens, 19, Virginia st. 


Mon. Sat. 


Glenluce, 


Millers, Millers Place, 


Tues. Fri. 


Greenock, 


Carricks, 44, Trongate, 


Mo. We. Fri 


Do. 1 


Lindsay, 11, New Wynd. 




Orders left previous even. 





Departures. 
Tu. Th. Sat, 
M. Tu. Th. S. 
Wednesday 
Thursday 
Wed. Sat. 
Saturday 
Fortn. Thur. 
Daily 

Do. 

Do. 
Tues. Fri. 
Wed. Sat. 
Daily 
Saturday 
M.Tu.Th.S. ^ 
Wed. Sat. 

Do. 

Do. 
Saturday 
Wednesday 

Do. 
Saturday 
Mo. We. Fri. 

Do. 
Tu. Th. Sat. 
Saturday 



Tues. Fri. 
Thursday. 

Do. 
Saturday 
Tu. We. Fri. 
Wed. Fri. 
Thursday 

Fortnightly 
Fortn. Wed, 
Thursday 

Do. 

Do. 
Tu. Th. Sat. 
Mon. Sat. 
Tues. Fri. 
Tu. Th. Sat. 

Do. 



t9 



Carriers* Quarters, 



From Whence. 


Where Lodged. 


Arrivals. 


Departures. 


Hamilton, 


Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow. 


Mo. We. Fri. 


Mo. We. Fri. 


Do. 


Forresters, 98, Candleriggs, 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 


Do. 


Do. 


Harkhill, 


Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow. 


Friday 


Friday 


Hawick, 


Hargreaves, 124,Bruns. st. 


Wed. Sat, 


Wed. Sat. 


Do. 


Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow. 


Mon. Thur. 


Mon. Thur. 


Do. 


Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 


Friday 


Saturday 


Helensburgh, 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Wednesday 


Wednesday 


Holytown, 


Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow. 


Wed. Sat. 


Wed. Sat. 


Huntljr, 


See Aberdeen. 






Inverness, 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Mo. We. Fri. 


Tu. Th. Sat. 


Do. 


See Aberdeen. 






Irvine, 


Forresters, 98, Candleriggs, 


Tues. Fri. 


Wed. Sat. 


Do. 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Do. 


Tues. Sat. 


Inverkeithing, 


Munns, 38, Ingram street, 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Jnverleithing, 


Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 


Friday 


Saturday 


Jedburgh, 


Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 


Do. 


Do. 


Johnshaven, 


Aitkens, 19, Virginia st. 


Saturday 


Do. 


Johnstone, 


Munns, 38, Ingram street, 


Wed. Sat. 


Wed. Sat. 


Keith, 


See Aberdeen. 




^ 


Kelso, 


Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 


Friday 


Saturday 


Kenmore, 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Mo. We. Fri. 


Tu. Th. Sat. 


Do. 


See Perth. 






Kettle, 


See Abei'deen. 






Kilbarchan, 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Wed. Fri. 


Wed. Fri. 


Kilbirnie, 


Munns, 38, Ingram street. 


Thursday 


Friday 


Kilbride, East, 


Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow, 


Wed. Sat. 


Wed. Sat. 


Do. 


Barrs, Great Hamilton st. 


Do. 


Do. 


Kilbrid«, West 


Millers, MiUers Place, 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Do. 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Do. 


Do. 


Kilmarnock, 


Mackies, 99, Stockwell, 


Daily 


Daily 


Do. 


R. Stirling, 80, New Wynd. 


Do. 


Do. 


KiUin, 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Mo. We. Fri. 


Tu. Th. Sat. 


Do. 


See Perth. 






Killearn 


Munns, 38, Ingram street, 


Mon. Thur. 


Tues. Fri. 


Kilsyth, 


Meins, Blackfriar street. 


Tu.We.F. S. 


Tu.We.F. S. 


Do. 


Blacks, Crosswell, High st. 


Wed. Sat. 


Wed. Sat. 


Kilwinning 


Millers, Millers Place. 


Tu. W. F. S. 


Tu.We.F. S. 


Do. 


R. Stirling, 80, New Wynd, 


Tuesday 


Tuesday 


Kincardine, 


Munns, 38, Ingram street. 


Wed. Fri. 


Wed. Fri. 


Kingussie, 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Mo. We. Fri. 


Tu. Th. Sa. 


Do. 


See Perth. 






Kinross, 


Munns, 38, Ingram street, 


Wednesday, 


Wednesday 


Kippen, 


Munns, 38, Ingram street. 


Tuesday 


Do. 


Kirkaldy, 


Forresters, 98, Candkriggs, 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Do. & Dysart, 


Munns, 38, Ingram street. 


Do. 


Do. 


Kirkcudbright, 


Millers, Millers Place, 


Thursday 


Do. 



Carriers' Quarters, 



80 



From Whence. 



Where Lodged. 



Arrivals, 



Departures. 



Kii'kcudbright, 
Kirkintilloch, 
Do. 
Da. 
Kirkmaiden, 
Kirkmichael, 
Kirriemuir, 

Do. 

Do. 
Lanark and 1 
Carmichael, ) 
Lanark, 

Do. 
Langholm, 

Do. 

Do. 
Largs, 
Larkhall, 
Laurencekirk, 
Leadhills, 
Leslie, 
Lesmahagow, 

Do. 
Letham, 
Leven, 

Do. 
LinJithgow, 

Do. 
Lochmaben, 
Lochwinnoch, 
Lockerbie, 

Do. 
London, 
Luthrie, 
Markinch, 

Do. 
Mauchline, 

Do. 
Maybole, 
M earns, 
Menstrie, 

Do. 
Meigle, 

Do. 
Melrose, 
Metliven, 

Do. 



Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 
Forresters, 98, Candleriggs, 
Blacks, Crosswell, High st. 
M'Kerrachers, Stirling s-t. 
Millers, Miller Place, 
Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow. 
Camerons,27, Blackfriar st. 
Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 
Aitkens, 19, Virginia st. 

Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow. 

Forresters, 98, Candleriggs, 
Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 
Hargreaves, 124i,Bruns. st. 
Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow. 
Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 
Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 
Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 
Aitkens, 19, Virginia st. 
Whitelaws, 182, Gallow. 
Erskines, 151, Gallowgate. 
Whitelaws, 182, Gallow. 
Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 
Aitkens, 19, Virginia st. 
Munus, 38, Ingram street^ 
Camerons,27, Blackfriar st. 
Murdochs, Nilest. Gallow, 
Millers, Millers Place, 
Erskines, 151, Gallowagte, 
Munns, 38, Ingram street 
Whitelaws, 182, Gallow. 
Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 
See England. 
See Perth. 
Erskines, 151, Gallowgate; 
See Perth. 

Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow, 
Millers, Millers Place, 
Millers, Millers Place, 
Dunlop, 33, Adelphi st. 
Millers, Millers Place, 
Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 
Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 
Aitkens, 1 9, Virginia st 
Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 
Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow, 
Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 



Thursday 
T. W. F. S. 

Do. 

Do, 
3timesa-week 
Tuesday 
Tu. Th. Sat. 
Mo. We. Fri, 
Saturday 

Mon. Thurs. 

Do. 
Do. 

Wed. Sat. 
Mon. Thurs. 
Friday 
Wednesday 
Tues. Fri. 
Saturday 
Monday 
Fortn. Wed. 
Tues. Fri. 

Do. 
Mon. Sat. 
Wed. Thurs. 
Tu. Th. Sat. 
Wed. Sat. 
Wednesday 
Tuesday 
Mon. Thurs 
Fortn. Wed. 
Wednesday 



Wednesday 

Tuesday 

Do. 
Thursday 
Wednesday 
Tu. We. Fri. 
Wednesday 
Mo. We. Fri. 
Saturday 
Friday 
Wednesday 
Mo. We. Fri. 



Thursday 
T. W. F, S. 

Do. 

Do. 
.3timesa-week 
Wednesday 
Mo. We. Sat. 
Tu. Th. Sat. 
Saturday 

Tues. Fri. 

Do. 

Do. 
Wed. Sat. 

Do. 
Saturday 
Thursday 
Tues. Frj. 
Saturday 
Tuesday 
Fortn. Wed. 
Wed. Sat. 

Do. 
Mon. Sat. 
Wed. Thurs. 
Mo. We. Fri. 
Wed. Sat. 
Wednesday 

Do. 
Mon. Thurs. 
Fortn. Thur. 
Thursday 



Wednesday 

Tuesday 

Do. 
Thursday 
Wednesday 
Tu. We. Fri. 
Wednesday 
Tu. Th. Sat. 
Saturday 

Do. 
Thursday 
Tu. Th. Sat. 



81 



Carriers* Quarters. 



From Whence 



Mid-Calder, 
Milnathort, 

Do. 
Milngavie, 
MinnigaflF, 
Moffat, 

Do. 
Monkland, 
Moniaive, 
Montrose, 

Do. 

Do. 
Motherwell, 

Do. 
Muthill, 
Miiirkirk, 

Do. 
Nairn, 
Neilston, 

Do. 
Newcastle, 
Newburgh, 
New Galloway: 
Newnaills, 
Newt. -Stewart 
Oban, 
Ochiltree, 

Do. 
Old-Kilpa- ) 
trick, Milton \ 
Paisley, 

Do. 
Pathhead, 
Peebles, 

Do. 
Peterhead, 
Perth, 

Do. 
Pitlochrie, 
PoUokshaws, 
Portpatrick 
Rattray, 
Renfrew, 

Do. 
Renton, 
Do. 
Rutherglen, 



Where Lodged. 



Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 
Munns, 38,. Ingram street, 
Camerons,27, Blackfriar st. 
Munns, 38, Ingram street. 
Millers, Millers Place, 
Whitelaws, 182, Gallow. 
Meins, Blackfriars street, 
Whitelaws, 182, Gallow. 
Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 
Camerons,27, Blackfriar st. 
Kirk woods, 47, Stock well, 
Aitkens, 19, Virginia st. 
Murdochs, Nilest. Gallow. 
Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 
Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow. 
Dougalls, Gibson street, 
Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 

See Aberdeen. 
Forresters, 98, Candleriggs, 
Millers, Millers Place, 
Howey & Co. Montrose st. 
Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 
Kirk woods, 47, Stockwell, 
Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow 
R. Stirling, 80, NewWynd, 
Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 
Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow. 
Millers, Millers Place 

Munns, 38, Ingram street, 

Camerons, 88, Candleriggs, 
Lyles, 60, Candleriggs, 
Munns, 38, Ingram street 
Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow. 
Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 

See Aberdeen. 
Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 
Aitkens, 19, Virginia st. 
Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 
Millers, Millers Place, 
Millers, Millers Place, 
Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 
Forresters, 98, Candleriggs, 
Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 
Munns, 38, Ingram street, 
Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 
Pollocks, 10, Charlotte st. 



Arrivals. 



Departures. 



Friday 
Tuesday 
lu. Th. Sat. 
Mon. Thurs. 
Thursday 
Fortn. Wed. 
Tuesday 
Wednesday 
Fortn. Tues. 
Tu. Th. Sat. 
Mo. We. Fri. 
Saturday 
Friday 
Wed. Fri. 
Wednesday 
Tuesday 
Tues. Fri. 

M.T.W.F.S, 

Wednesday 

Daily 

Mo. We. Fri 

Thursday 

Tues. Fri. 

Thursday 

Fortnightly 

Tuesday 

Wednesday 

4timesa-week 

Daily 
Do. 

Wednesday 
Thursday 
Friday 

Mo. We. Fri, 
Mo.Tu.ThS, 
Mo. We. Fri, 
Wed. Fri. 
Tues. Fri. 
Mo. We. Fri 
Wed. Fri. 
Wednesday 
Mon. Thur. 
Tues. Fri. 
Mo. We. Fri 



Friday 
Wednesday 
Mo. We. Fri. 
Tues. Fri. 
Thursday 
Fortn. Thurs. 
Wednesday 

Do. 
Fortn. Wed. 
Mo. We. Fri. 
Tu. Th. Sat. 
Saturday 
Friday 
Wed. Fri. 
Thursday 
Wednesday 
Wed. Sat. 

M.T.W.F.S. 
Wednesday 
Daily 

Tu. Th. Sat. 
Thursday 
Tues. Fri. 
Thursday 
Fortnightly 
Wednesday 
Do. 

4timesa-week 

Daily 
Do. 
Thursday 

Do. 
Saturday 

Tu. Th. Sat. 
Mo.Tu.ThS. 
Tu. Th. Sat. 
Wed. Fri. 
Tues. Fri. 
Tu. Th. Sat. 
Wed. Fri. 
Wednesday 
Wed. Fri. 
Wed. Sat. 
Mo. We. Fri. 



Carrier^ Quarters. 



82 



From Whence. 


. Where Lodged. Arrivals. 


Departures. 


Saltcoats, 


Forresters, 98,Candleriggs Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Do. 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Millers, Millers Place, 


ru. We. Fri. 


Tu. We. Fri. 


Sanquhar, 


Whitdaws, 182, Gallow. 


VIonday 


Fuesday 


Do. 


Millers, Millers Place, 


See Dumfries 




Do. 


R. Stirling, 80, NewWynd, 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Selkirk, 


Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow. 


Mon. Thur. 


Wed. Sat. 


Do. 


Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 


Friday 


Saturday 


Stanley, 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Mo. We. Fri. 


Tu. Th. Sat. 


Stewarton, 


Millers, Millers Place, 


Wed. Sat. 


Wed. Sat. 


Stevenston, 


Millers, Millers Place, 


Tu. We. Fri. 


Tu. We. Fri. 


Stirling, 


Cuthberts, 77, King street, 


Daily 


Daily 


Do. 


Munns, 38, Ingram street, 


Friday 


Friday 


Do. 


Wordies, 35, Blackfriar st. 


Daily 


Daily 


Shotts, 


Beatons, Spoutmouth, 


Wednesday 


Wednesday 


Do. 


Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 


Wed. Sat. 


Wed. Sat. 


Some, 


Mui'dochs, Nile st. Gallow. 


Tues. Fri. 


Tues. Fri. 


Stonehaven, 


Camerons,27, Blackfriar st. 


Tu. Th. Sat. 


Mo. We. Fri. 


Do. 


Aitkens, 1 9, Virginia st. 


Saturday 


Saturday 


Stonehouse, 


Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 


Tues. Fri. 


Wed. Fri. 


St. Andrews, 


Camerons,27, Blackfriar st. 


Tu. Th. Sat. 


Mo. We. Fri. 


St. Ninians, 


Wordies, Blackfriar street, 


Daily 


Daily 


Do. 


See Stirling. 






Straiten, 


Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow. 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Stranraer, 


Millers, Millers Place, 


Tu. Fri. 


Tues. Fri. 


Do. 


R.Stirling, 80, NewWynd, 


Thursday 


Thursday 


Strathblane, 


Munns, 38, Ingram street. 


Mon. Thur. 


Tues. Frid. 


Strathmiglo, 


See Perth. 






Strathaven, 


Whitelaws, 182, Gallow. 


Tues. Fri. 


Wed. Sat. 


Do. 


Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Pollocks, 10, Charlotte st. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow. 


Tu.We.F. S. 


Tu.We.F. S. 


Tarbolton, 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Wednesday 


Wednesday 


Thornhill, No. 


Wordies, Blackfriar street, 


Daily 


Daily 


Thornhill, So. 


Millers, Millers Place, 


See Dumfries 




Thornton, 


See Aberdeen. 






Torrance, 


Buchanans, 11, Bell street, 


Wed. Sat. 


Wed. Sat. 


Torryburn, 


Munns, 38, Ingram street, 


Wed. Fri. 


Wed. Fri. 


Tullicoultry, 


Millers, Millers Place, 


Tu. We. Fri 


Tu. We. Fri. 


Do. 


Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 


Wednesday 


Wednesday 


Do. 


See Dunning, 






Tullabody, 


Millers, Millers Place. 


Do 


Wednesday 


Tullymete, 


Kirkwoods, 47, Stockwell, 


Mo. We. Fri. 


Tu. Th. Sat. 


Waterbeck, 


Whitelaws, 182, Gallow. 


Fortn. Wed. 


Fortn. Thur. 


Wanlockhead, 


Whitelaws, 182, Gallow. 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Weems, 


See Perth. 






West Calder, 


Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow 


Friday 


Friday 



83 

Where Lodged, 



Carriers* Quarters. 



West Quarter, 

Wilsontoun, 

Whitburn, 

Whithorn, 

Wigton, 

Wishaw, 



Where Lodged. 



Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 
Murdochs, Nilest. Gallow. 
Murdochs, Nile st. Gallow. 
R. Stirling, 80, NewWynd. 
R. Stirling, 80, NewWynd. 
Erskines, 151, Gallowgate, 



Arrivals. 



Tuesday 
Tues. Fri. 
Friday 
Thursday 
Do. 
Wed. Fri. 



Depar tures. 



Wednesday 
Tues. Fri. 
Friday 
Thursday 
Do. 
Wed. Fri. 



Mail Coaches. 

From J. Bain's MaU Coach Office, 64, Trongate. 

LONDON, by Doncaster, Newark, Granthaifl, and Stamford, 

at 5 past 7 a. m. 
LEEDS, by Penrith, Catterick Bridge, Ripon, and Harrowgate, 

at ^ past 7 a. m. 
CARLISLE, by Hamilton, Douglas Mill, Beatock and Eccle- 

fechan, at ^ past 7 a. m. 
LIVERPOOL, I o ,1. r r 1 T%/r -1 
MANCHESTER, { ^'^ ***« ^^""^'^^^ ^^'^' 
PERTH, by Stirling and Crieff, at 2 p. m. 
EDINBURGH, by Airdrie and Bathgate, at | past 10 p. m. 

From Black Bull Inn. 
EDINBURGH, by Holytown, Whitburn and Mid- Calder, at 

^ before 11 a. m. 
GREENOCK, by Paisley, at 10 minutes past 4 p. m. 



iStage Coaches. 

AYR, J. Bain's Mail Coach Office, 6-1, Trongate, at 7 a. m. 

Ayr, Black Bull Inn, and Telegraph Office, 24, Argyll Street, 
at 4 p. m. 

AIRDRIE, Smith's, 40, Trongate, at 5 p. m. in Summer, and 
4 p. m. in Winter. 

Airdrie, By the Edinburgh Stage Coaches. 

Airdrie, Murdoch's, Nile Street, Gallowgate, at 5 p. m. 

ALLOA, Eagle Inn, Maxwell Street, and Lyon's, 78, Trongate, 
at ^ past 4 p. m. 

ANNAN. See Carlisle. 

A RD ROSS AN. See Saltcoats. 

BALFRON, Mrs. Munn's 38, Ingram Street, Monday, Wed- 
nesday and Saturday, at 4 p. m. 

BARRHEAD, Mrs. Paterson's, Clyde Terrace, daily, (except 
Thursday,) at 5 p. m. 



Stage Coaches, S4 



BEITH. See Saltcoats. 

BIG GAR. See Kelso. 

CAMPSIE, Mein's, Blackfriar Street, Monday, Wednesday, 

Friday and Saturday, at 5 p. m. 
CARLISLE, 24, Argyll Street, and 90, Trongate, at ^ past 5 

a. m. by Lanark, Crawford, Dumfries, Annan, &c. 
Carlisle, Lyon's, and Bull Inn, daily, at ^ past 5 a. m. by Kil-' 

marnock, Cumnock, Sanquhar, Thornhill, Dumfries and 

Annan. 
CARLUKE. See Lanark. 
CUMBERNAULD, Black Bull Inn, at 7 a.m. and Mail Coach 

Office, at ^ past 4 p. m. 
CUMNOCK. See Carlisle. 
DALRY. See Saltcoats. 

DRYMEN, Mrs. Munn's, 38, Ingram Street, Monday, Wed- 
nesday and Saturday, at 4 p. m. 
DUMBLANE. See Perth. 
DUMFRIES. See Carlisle, and Telegraph Office, and Jackson's, 

Trongate, at ^ past 5 a. m. 
DUNFERMLINE, Bucks Head, and Lyon's, at 7 a. m. Mon- 
day, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. 
EDINBURGH, Telegraph Office, and Jackson's, 90, Trongate, 

at 6 a. m. 
Edinburgh, Jackson's, 90, Trongate, and Bull Inn, at 10 a. m. 
Edinburgh, Mail Coach Office, Telegraph Office, and Bull Inn, 

at 12 noon. 
Edinburgh, Bucks Head, and Lyon's, Trongate, at 12 noon. 
Edinburgh, Black Bull, Mail Coach Office, atad Telegraph Office, 

at 3 p. m. 
Edinburgh, Telegraph Office, 24, Argyll Street, Black Bull Inn, 

and Mail Coach Office, at 4 p. m. 
Edinburgh, Lyon's, 78, Trongate, and Bucks Head Inn, at 4 p.m. 
FALKIRK, Mail Coach Office, at I past 4 p. m. 
HAMILTON, M'Kinnon's, 80, G'allowgate, 9 a. m. | past 4 

p. m. and 8 p. m. 
Hamilton, Jackson's, 90, Trongate, at 9 a. m. Erskine's, 151, 

Gallowgate, 5 p. m. and Mrs. W^hitelaw's, 182, Gallowgate, 

at 4 p. m. 
Hamilton, Jackson's, Trongate, Murdoch's, Nile Street, and 

Penman's, 74, Trongate, at 9 a. m. and 4 p. m. 
Hamilton, Penman's, 74, Trongate, at 5 p. m. 
HOLYTOWN, Murdoch's, Nile Street, Wednesday, at 5 p. m. 
IRVINE, Kirkwood's, 47 and 49, Stockwell, at 4 p. m. 
KILMARNOCK, Mail Coach Office, at 7 a. m. 
Kilmarnock, Black Bull, and Telegraph Office, at 4 p. m. 
Kilmarnock, Mail Coach Office, at 5 p. m. 
KILSYTH, Mein's, Blackfriar Street, Monday, Wednesday 

and Saturday, at 5 p. m. 



85 Stage Coaches. 



KILWINNING. See Saltcoats. 

KIRKALDY, Bucks Head, and Lyon's, Monday, Tuesday, 

Thursday and Saturday, at 7 a. m. 
KIRKINTILLOCH, M'Kerracher's, 20, Stirling Street, daily, 

at 5 p. m. 
KIPPEN, Mein's, Blackfriar Street, Tuesday and Thursday, 

12 noon, Saturday, 1 p. m. 
LANARK, Mail Coach Office, ^ past 3 p. m. 
LIVERPOOL. See Carlisle. 
LONDON. See Carlisle. 
MANCHESTER. See Carlisle. 
MILNGAVIE. See Balfron. 
PAISLEY, Lyon's, 78, Trongate, 18 times a day. 
PERTH, Black Bull Inn, at 7 a.m. 
POLLOKSHAWS, Kirkwood's, 47 and 49, Stockwell, 4 and 

8 p. m. 
RENFREW, Lyon's, 7, Trongate, every day but Thursday, 

at 4 p. m. 
SALTCOATS, Lyon's, 78, Trongate, 4 p. m. 
SANQUHAR. See Carlisle. 
STEWARTON. See Irvine. 

STIRLING, Black Bull Inn, and Lyon's, at 7 a. m. 
Stirling, Lyon's, at 5 p. m. 
STRATH A VEN, Mrs. Whitelaw's, 182, Gallowgate, Tuesday, 

Wednesday and Saturday, at 5 p. m. in Summer, and ^ past 

4 p. m. in Winter. 
STRATH BLANE. See Balfron. 
THORNHILL. See Carlisle. 

WISH AW, Jackson's, Trongate, Monday, Wednesday and Fri- 
day, at \ past 4 p. m. 
Wishaw, Erskine's, 151, Gallowgate, Monday, Wednesday and 

Friday, 4 p. m. 



Sittings of Court of Session. 

Session, Winter — from 12th November to 11th March. 
Session, Summer — from 12th May to 11th July. 
Sittings, Winter— for ten days during Christmas Recess. 
Sittings, Spring — from 12th to 26th March. 
Sittings, Summer — from 12th to 26th July. 
Circuits, in Spi'ing and Autumn ; and at Glasgow, an additional 
Circuit Court in Winter. 



Messengers at Arms. 



86 



ROLL OF MESSENGERS AT ARMS. 

Corrected from Lyon Books, to 20th May, 183L 

Those marked a are Notaries Public. 

Those marked h are Agents or Procurators. 

CLACKMAN. -SH. 

Alloa, 
James Graham 
James Spittal 



ABERDEENSHIRE 

Aberdeen, 
George Fyfe 
Thomas Cowie 
aj. M'Pherson 
John Fyfe 
George Rae 
James Johnston 

Huntly, 
Geo. Maitland 
Alex. Smith 
John Smith 
Tarland, 
George Skene 
Arthur Reid 
Peterhead, 
Adam Gray 
Jas. Hutchison 

Fyvie, 
W. Urquhart 
Rathan, by 
Frazerburgh, 
John Milne 
Blidr ofRhynie, 
Ro. Morison 
Greens, near 
Turiff, 
John Walker 
Wm. Shearer 

Inverury, 
near Keithhall, 
Ro. Webster 

Frazerburgh, 
A. Sutherland 



ARGTLESHIRE. 

Campbeltown, 
J. M'N. Gill 
Inveraray, 
John Bell 



aDa. Black 
Rob. Monro 

Lochgilphead, 
Alex. Campbell 

Tobermory, 
Island of Mull, 
A. M'Lachlan 

Oban, 

A. Sinclair 

Portnacrosh, 

Appin, 

D. Carmichael 



AYRSHIRE. 

Ayr, 
J. Blacklock 
Pat. Cowan 
Rob. Goudie 
abJ. Murdoch 
James Wilson 
William Pollock 

Beith, 
Robert W^ylie 
Wm. Barbour 

Cumnock, 

aWillm. White 

A, M' Cowan 

Irvine, 
John Rankine 
John Grant 
a&R. JafFrey 
Kilmarnock, 
Wm. Wilson 
Wm. Jamieson 
Jam. Browning 

Maybole, 
Wm. Hanny 
Thos. Bell 



Girvan, 
D. R. Craig 
Jas. Stevenson 

Saltcoats, 
Wm. Ritchie 



BANFFSHIRE. 

Banff, 
Wm. Symon 
David Shier 
George Reburn 

Keith, 
John Findlay 
Geo. Merson 
Wm. Grant 
Glenlivit, by 
Mortlach, 
P. M'Lauchlan 

Cullen, 
George Dustan 



BERWICKSHIRE. 

Dunse, 
6Dav. M'Watt 
H. Holywell 
Andw. Easton 



CAITHNESS SH. 

Thurso, 
Angus M'Kay 
G&A.Barnetston 
James M'Kay 

Wick, 
James Mun-ay 

Dunbeath, 
John Gunn 



DUMBARTONSH, 

Dumbarton, 
John Dixon 
D. M'Farlane 
Ro. M'Farlane 

Kirkintilloch, 
John Shearer 

DUMFRIES-SH. 

A7man, 
John M'Lellan 

Dumfries, 
a Robert Kemp 
aAl. Hanny 
Tho. Haining 
abA. Hamilton 
6 Charles Baird 
C. M' George 
J. F. Gracie 
6Ro. M'Lellan 
John Brydone 
David Dickson 
bCha. M'Minn 

Langholm, 
abjolan Nicol 

Sanquhar, 
rtJ.W.M' Queen 
P. M'Murdo 

Lockerby, 
<zW. Richardson 
6W. Martin 
Francis Bell 
Thornhill, near 

Monaive. 
Thos. Connell 



87 



Messengers at Arms. 



EDINBURGH-SH. 

Dalkeith, 
aDa. Gardner 

Edinburgh, 
a J. Williamson 
John Thomson 
John Richard 
John Munro 
W. A. Thomson 
George Bruce 
Alexander Duff 
Dav. Herd man 
James Stalker 
James Sinclair 
Wm. Wilson 
George Black 
Dan. Rankin 
James Brown 
Atkin. Railton 
Jas. M'Donald 
Chas. Wilson 
A. Drysdalti 
D. Balks 
Wm. Bl'Lean 
A. B. Brown 
Ersk. ConoUy 
John Roy 
Wm. M'Donald 
George M'Kay 
D. Wright 
G. Jamieson. 
James Steel 

Leith, 
Alex. Morton 

Portobello, 
W. J. Munro 
Thos. Wright 



ELGINSHIRE. 

Elgin, 
Geoi'ge Knight 
Jas. Sutherland 

Forres, 
John Miller 
W. Watson 



FIFESHIRE. 

Cupar-Fife, 
Wm. Murray 
George Alves 
Henry Millie 
Duvfermline, 
Jas. Macbeau 

Falkland, 
a George Coll 
Kirkaldy, 
Alex. Watson 
James Hardie 
D. Bell 

St. Andrews, 
J. Crombie 

Anstruther, 
James Klye, 
Aucktermuchty, 
J. Williamson 



rOBFARSHIIlE. 

Arbroath. 
a6Hugh Low 
C. Dalgetty 

Brechin, 
John Cobb 

Dundee, 
Pat. M'Kay 
James Adams 
Alex. Low 
Forfar, 
J. Sutherland 

Cupar-Angus, 
John M'Leish 
James Bruce 

Montrose 
James Penny 
Kirriemuir, 
John M'Laren 



HADDINGTON- 
SHIRE. 

Haddington, 
Jas. Anderson 
Robert Blyth 



INVERNESSSHIRE 

Totharter, by 

Dunvegan, 
John Macrae 

Portree, Sky, 
John Lauder 
Fort- William, 
J. Campbell 
A. M'Donell 

Grantown, 
Alex. Grant 

North Uist, 
N. M'Donald 

Inverness, 
aWm. Fraser 
Dun. M'Beein 
John Macbean 
Thomas Fraser 
A. Macdonald 
Alex. Fraser 
Wm. Clunas 
John Morrison 
Hugh Ross 



KINCARDINE- 
SHIRE. 

Stonehaven, 
George Jack 
John Campbell 



KINROSS-SHIRE. 

Kinross, 
James Forbes 
James Monro 



KIRKCUD- 
BRIGHTSHIRE. 

Kirkcudbright, 
6 David Miller 
6J. G. Nairne 
Castle DouglaS; 
James Muir 



LANARKSHIRE. 

Lanark, 
James Young 
John Brown 

Airdrie, 
aThos. Waddei 
John Chirrie 

Glasgoiv, 
aWra. Inglis, sr 
Alex. Turner 
H. Cameron 
J. Maciayden 
Wm. Martin 
A. Mackintosh 
John Railton 
W. Inglis, jun. 
A. M'Lachlan 
.Tas. Blacklock 
A. K. Fothring- 

ham 
Joseph Sorley 
Wm. Long 
Anthony Nish 
John Turner 
John M' Cowan 
Wm. Dinning 
Henry Miller 
Alex. Wllkie 
John Milne 
A. M'Nilidge 

Hamilton, 
Loc Baird 
Ja. Henderson 
Strathaven, 
James Peden 
Joseph Tennent 



LINLITHGOW- 
SHIRE. 

Bathgate, 
a A. Thornton 
James Black 
Will. Steven 

Linlithgow, 
James Armour 
James Nicholl 



Messengers at Arms. 



88 



NAIRNSHIRE. 

Nairn, 
John Wilson 



ORKNEY, &C. 

Kirkwall, 
J. Fotheringhain 
Lerwick, Shet- 
land, 
aWm. Stout 
Samuel Henry 



PEEBLES-SHIRE. 

Peebles, 
Wm. Thomson 



FERTHSHIRE. 

Blairgowrie. 
David Peter 
P. Glenday 
Crieff, 
Ben. Ferguson 
Peter Arnot 
W. Ferguson 

Auchterarder, 
Wm. Murray 

Alyth, 
Thomas Low 
Jas. M'Kenzie 

Dunkeld, 
Charles Tyrie 



Kille?i, 
J. M'Gregor 

Perth, 
D. Hally 
Pat. M'Nee 
John Taylor 
James Coke 
Pitlochrie, 
A. M'Kenzie 



RENFREW SHIRE 

Greenock, 
Jo. M'Dougal 

C. Williamson 
Rob. Lyle 

Jo. M'Kinlay 

D. M'Diarmid 
Paisley, 

Thos. Campbell 
Joseph Fleming 

Neilston, 
James Craig 



ROSS-SHIRE. 

Dingwall, 

Alex. Stewart 

Chris. M'Crae 

Lochcarron, 

D. M'Gregor 

Tain, 
Don. Monro 
Don. Murray 
W. C. M'Pher 

son 
John Ross 



Fortrose, 
Andw. M'lver 

Stornoway, 
Hugh Brown 

ROXBURGHSHIRE 

Hawick, 
6And. Oliver 
James Watt 
Jedburgh, 
John Turnbull 

Kelso, 
T. Dickson 
James Hunter 
William Allan 



SELKIRKSHIRE. 

Selkirk, 
J. Paterson 
Walter Hogg 
Galashiels, 
Ro. Haldane 



STIRLINGSHIRE 

Falkirk, 
T. Aitkin, sen 
Arch. Stark 
aT. Aitkin, jun 
D. J. C. Muir 
Alex. Aitkin 

Stirling, 
Thos. Miller 
Jo. M' Donald 



Wm. Watt 
B. Somerville 
John Sinclair 

Denny, 

W. Muirhead 

Campsie, by 

Kirkintilloch, 

Robert Brown 



SUTHERLAND- 
SHIRE. 

Dornoch, 
Donald Ross 
James Stewart 
Charles Fraser 



WIGTON8HIRE. 

New.- Stewart, 
John Douglas 
aWm. Dill 
aWm. Good 
Stranraer, 
W. Mackinnel 
John Jolly 
Petsr M'Lean 

Wigton, 
John Marshall 
abA. M'Kelvie 
bWm. Carson 

Whithorn, 
aJohn Jorie. 



89 




Duties Payable on Importation, 






TABLE 






DUTIES PAYABLE ON IMPORTATION. 


Price per 


Duty 


Dutyon Bar- 


Duty 


Price per 




average of 


ley, Bear, In- 


on Rye, 


averageof 


Dutyon 


six weeks 


on 
Oats. 


dian Corn & 


Pease and 


six weeks 


Wheat. 


per Qr. 


Buclt- wheat. 


Beans. 


per Qr. 




15tol6 


24 3 






47 to48 


39 8 


16—17 


22 9 






48—49 


38 8 


17—18 


21 3 






49—50 


37 S 


18—19 


19 9 






50—51 


36 8 


19—20 


18 3 






51—52 


35 8 


20—21 


16 9 






52—53 


34 8 


21—22 


15 3 






53 54 


33 8 


22—23 


13 9 






54—55 


32 8 


23—24 


12 3 






55—56 


31 8 


24—25 


10 9 


25 10 




56—57 


30 8 


25—26 


9 3 


24 4 




57—58 


29 8 


26—27 


7 9 


22 10 




58—59 


28 8 


27—28 


6 3 


21 4 




59—60 


27 8 


28—29 


4 9 


19 10 




60—61 


26 8 


29---.30 


3 3 


18 4 


25 9 


61—62 


25 8 


30—31 


1 9 


16 10 


24 3 


62—63 


24 8 


31—32 


1 


15 4 


22 9 


63—64 


23 8 


32—33 




13 10 


21 3 


64—65 


22 8 


33—34 




12 4 


19 9 


65—66 


21 8 


34-^35 




10 10 


18 3 


66—67 


20 8 


35—36 




9 4 


16 9 


67—68 


18 8 


36—37 




7 10 


15 6 


68—69 


16 8 


37-^38 




6 4 


34 


69—70 


13 8 


38^39 




4 10 


12 6 


70—71 


10 8 


39^40 




3 4 


11 


71—72 


6 8 


40—41 




1 10 


9 6 


72—73 


2 8 


41 42 




1 


8 


73—74 


1 


42—43 






6 6 






43—44 






5 






44-^45 






3 6 






45—46 






2 






46—47 






1 






Every 19611 


)S. of flo 


ur to pay duty as 38|^ g 


allons of v« 


rheat. 


Duty on Cc 


lonial T 


vheat, 5s. per quarter 1 


ill the pri 


Be is 67s., 


then 6d. j 


)er quar 


ter. 






Foreign and 


Colonia 


I oatmeal for every 181- 


r lbs. to p 


ly duty as 


a quarter 


of oats. 









//. 2 



Tide Table, 18gl. 90 

Glasgow Tide Table, from \st July, 1831, to \st July, 1832. 



JULY. 


AUGUST. 


SEPTEMBER. 




HIGH WATER, AT 


i 


HIGH WATER AT 


5 


HIGH WATER AT 


o 

1 


GLASGOW. 


o 

s 

1 


GLASGOW, 


1 


GLASGOW. 


Morning. 


Evening. 


Morning. 


Evening. 


Morning. 


Evening. 




H. M. 


H. M. 




H. M. 


H. M. 




H. M. 


H. M. 


1 


5 3 


5 27 


1 


6 53 


7 17 


1 


9 35 


9 59 


2 


6 8 


6 24 


2 


8 12 


8 36 


2 


10 39 


11 3 


3 


7 21 


7 45 


3 


9 46 


10 10 


3 


11 35 


1159 


.4 


8 47 


9 11 


4 


10 47 


11 11 


4 





19 


5 


9 52 


10 16 


5 


1144 





5 


1 24 


136 


6 


11 2 


11 26 


6 


2 


26 


6 


1 19 


1 43 


7 


11 36 





7 


1 12 


136 


7 


1 57 


2 21 


8 


18 


42 


8 


135 


1 59 


8 


2 27 


2 51 


9 


1 12 


136 


9 


2 17 


2 41 


9 


3 21 


3 25 


10 


I 58 


2 22 


10 


2 50 


3 14 


10 


3 35 


3 59 


11 


2 35 


2 59 


11 


3 23 


3 47 


11 


4 13 


4 37 


12 


3 13 


3 37 


12 


3 54 


4 18 


12 


4 52 


5 16 


13 


3 50 


4 14 


13 


4 36 


5 


13 


5 46 


6 10 


14 


4 31 


4 55 


14 


5 20 


5 44 


14 


6 39 


7 3 


15 


5 12 


5 36 


15 


6 12 


6 36 


15 


7 57 


8 21 


16 


6 4 


6 28 


16 


7 18 


7 42 


16 


9 13 


9 37 


17 


7 8 


7 32 


17 


8 20 


8 44 


17 


10 18 


10 42 


18 


8 10 


8 34 


18 


9 38 


10 2 


18 


11 12 


1136 


19 


9 22 


9 46 


19 


10 44 


11 8 


19 





2 


20 


10 19 


10 43 


20 


11 25 


11 59 


20 


19 


43 


21 


11 10 


1134 


21 





19 


21 


55 


1 19 


22 


1136 





22 


"043 


1 7 


22 


1 34 


1 58 


23 


15 


39 


23 


1 10 


1 34 


23 


2 11 


2 35 


24 


49 


1 13 


24 


1 49 


2 13 


24 


2 49 


3 13 


25 


1 31 


1 5a 


25 


2 19 


2 43 


25 


3 30 


3 54 


26 


2 


2 24 


26 


2 49 


3 13 


26 


4 25 


4 49 


27 


2 38 


3 2 


27 


3 15 


3 39 


27 


5 22 


5 46 


28 


3 13 


3 37 


28 


4 29 


4 53 


28 


6 39 


7 3 


29 


3 52 


4 16 


29 


5 24 


5 48 


29 


8 12 


8 36 


30 


4 42 


5 36 


30 


6 37 


7 1 


30 


9 30 


9.54 


31 


5 36 


6 


31 


7 35 


8 19 








Pha 


sesofthe Moon. 


Phc 


ises of the Moon. 


Pha 


ses of the Moon. 




D. H. M. 




D. H. M. 




D. H. M. 


L. Qr 

New, 

Full ' 


2 11 23 Even. 

9 1 10 Even. 
16 5 46 Even. 
24 8 48 Even. 


L. Or 

New, 

Fiill,'^ 
L.Qr 


1 5 24 Morn. 

7 9 46 Even. 
15 10 7 Morn. 
23 9 48 Morn. 
30 10 31 Morn. 


New, 
L. Qr. 


6 8 16 Morn. 
14 3 47 Mora. 
21 9 38 Even. 
28 4 11 Even. 



91 Tide Table, 183 K 



OCTOBER. 


NOVEMBER. 


DECEMBER. 


5 
§ 






1 


HIGH WATER AT 


HIGH WATER AT 


g 


BIGH WATER AT 


1 


GLASGOW. 




GLASGOW. 


p 


GLASGOW. 


Morning. 


Evening. 


Morning. 


Evening. 


Morning. 


Evening. 










H. M. 


H. M. 




H. M. 


H. M. 




H. M. 


H. M. 


1 


10 32 


10 56 


1 


11 45 





1 


1128 


11 52 


2 


1121 


11 45 


2 


1 


25 


2 





13 


3 





2 


3 


32 


50 


3 


"i 12 


1 36 


4 


26 


50 


4 


1 3 


1 27 


4 


1 31 


1 55 


5 


1 12 


136 


5 


1 24 


2 6 


5 


2 


2 24 


6 


137 


2 1 


6 


2 24 


2 48 


6 


2 29 


2 53 


7 


2 12 


2 36 


7 


2 56 


3 20 


7 


3 5 


3 29 


8 


2 42 


3 6 


8 


3 30 


3 54 


8 


3.38 


4 2 


9 


3 15 


3 39 


9 


4 9 


4 33 


9 


3 59 


4 23 


10 


3 50 


4 14 


10 


4 54 


5 18 


10 


5 2 


5 26 


11 


4 33 


4 57 


11 


5 37 


6 1 


11 


5 48 


6 12 


12 


5 16 


5 40 


12 


6 31 


6 55 


12 


6 43 


7 7 


13 


6 5 


6 29 


13 


7 48 


8 12 


13 


7 54 


8 18 


U< 


7 22 


7 46 


14 


9 


9 24 


14 


9 27 


9 51 


15 


8 41 


9 5 


15 


10 24 


10 28 


15 


10 22 


10 46 


\Q 


9 49 


10 13 


16 


U 6 


1130 


16 


11 22 


1142 


17 


10 49 


11 13 


17 


U 54 




17 


7 


31 


18 


11 38 


... ... 


18 


17 


"641 


18 


37 


1 1 


19 


24 


48 


19 


1 2 


126 


19 


1 29 


1 53 


20 


42 


1 6 


20 


135 


1 59 


20 


2 12 


2 36 


2i 


1 17 


141 


21 


2 30 


2 54 


21 


2 53 


3 17 


22 


2 


2 24 


22 


3 11 


335 


22 


3 34 


3 58 


23 


2 36 


3 


23 


4 9 


4 33 


23 


4 25 


4 29 


24 


3 24 


3 48 


24 


5 2 


5 26 


24 


5 11 


5 35 


25 


4 22 


-4 46 


25 


5 59 


6 23 


25 


6 19 


6 43 


26 


5 22 


5 46 


26 


7 16 


7 40 


26 


7 17 


7 41 


27 


6 29 


6 53 


27 


8 14 


8 38 


27 


8 27 


8 51 


28 


7 55 


8 19 


28 


9 31 


955 


28 


9 32 


9 bQ 


29 


9 8 


9 32 


29 


10 22 


10 46 


29 


10 20 


10 44 


30 


10 13 


10 37 


30 


11 2 


1126 


30 


11 5 


1129 


31 


10 59 


1123 








31 


... ... 


10 


Phases of the Moon. 


Phases of the Moon. 


Phases of the Moon. 


D. H. M. 


D. H. M. 


D. H. M. 


New, 5 9 27 Even. 


New, 4 1 21 Even. 


New, 4 7 31 Morn. 


F. Qr. 13 11 42 Even. 


F. Qr. 12 6 28 Even. 


F. Qr. 12 11 3 Morn. 


Full, 21 8 27 Morn. 


Full, 19 6 30 Even. 


Full, 19 4 5^ Morn. 


L. Qr. 27 11 45 Even. 


L. Qr. 26 10 11 Morn. 


L. Qr. 25 11 5^ Even. 



Tide Table, 1832. 



92 



JANUARY. 


!| FEBRU 


ARY. 


1 


MARCH. 












1 


HIGH WATER AT 


4= 
1 


HIGH WATER AT 


1 


HIGH WATER AT 




GLASGOW. 


•s 


GLASGOW. 


s 
« 

1 


GLASGOW. 


Morning. 


Evening. 


Morning. 


Evening. 


Morning. 


Evening. 




H. M. 


H. M. 




H. M. 


H. M. 




H. M. 


H. M. 


1 


22 


46 


1 


1 2 


1 26 


1 


30 


56 


2 


1 12 


1 36 


2 


1 33 


1 57 


2 


1 14 


1 38 


3 


132 


1 56 


3 


2 14 


2 38 


3 


1 48 


2 12 


^ 


2 1 


2 25 


4 


2 37 


3 1 


4- 


2 19 


2 43 


5 


2 37 


3 1 


5 


3 14 


3 38 


5 


2 54 


3 18 


6 


3 9 


3 33 


6 


3 48 


4 12 


6 


3 23 


3 47 


7 


3 44 


4 8 


7 


4 30 


4 54 


7 


4 11 


4 35 


8 


4 21 


4 45 


8 


5 17 


5 41 


8 


5 3 


5 27 


9 


5 4 


5 28 


9 


6 53 


6 47 


9 


6 


6 24 


10 


5 5i 


6 15 


10 


7 50 


8 14 


10 


7 6 


7 30 


11 


6 51 


7 15 


11 


9 15 


9 39 


11 


8 26 


8 50 


12 


8 7 


8 31 


12 


10 28 


10 52 


12 


9 40 


10 4 


13 


9 22 


9 46 


13 


11 29 


11 53 


13 


10 39 


10 59 


14 


10 47 


11 11 


14 





24 


14 





10 


15 





19 


15 


47 


1 11 


15 


25 


49 


16 


32 


56 


16 


1 26 


1 50 


16 


1 7 


131 


17 


1 4 


1 28 


17 


2 1 


2 25 


17 


1 41 


2 5 


18 


151 


2 15 


18 


2 37 


3 1 


18 


2 7 


2 31 


19 


2 25 


2 49 


19 


3 12 


3 36 


19 


2 48 


3 12 


20 


3 3 


3 27 


20 


3 51 


4 15 


20 


3 27 


3 44 


21 


3 44 


4 18 


21 


4 32 


4 56 


21 


4 8 


4 32 


22 


4 28 


4 52 


22 


5 21 


5 45 


22 


4 54 


5 18 


23 


5 13 


5 37 


23 


6 16 


6 40 


23 


5 44 


6 8 


24. 


6 2 


6 26 


24 


7 39 


8 3 


24 


6 45 


7 9 


25 


7 11 


7 35 


25 


8 42 


9 6 


25 


8 25 


8 9 


26 


8 25 


8 49 


26 


9 51 


10 15 


26 


9 18 


9 42 


27 


9 30 


9 54 


27 


10 43 


11 7 


27 


10 6 


10 30 


28 


10 25 


10 49 


28 


1132 


1156 


28 


10 46 


11 20 


29 


11 13 


11 37 


29 


, 


24 


29 


11 34 


1158 


30 
31 


* 1*5 


13 
39 








30 
31 


56 


46 

1 20 








Phases of the Moon. 


Pha 


>es of the Moon. 


Pha 


ses of the Moon. 


D. H. M. 




D. H. M. 




D. H. M. 


New, 3 2 55 Morn. 


New, 


1 9 59 Even. 


New, 


2 2 57 Even. 


F. Qr. 11 3S Morn. 


F. Or. 


9 10 56 Morn. 


F. Qr. 


9 6 56 Even. 


Full, 17 3 36 Even. Full", 


15 5 2 Even. 


Full, 


16 3 5 Even. 


L. Qr, 24 4 46 Even.] L. Qr. 


23 5 Even. 


L. Qr. 


24 8 24 Morn. 



93 



Tide Table, 1832. 



APRIL. 


MAY. 




JUNE. 


5 
g 




1 


HIGH WATER, AT 






HIGH WATER AX 


si 
1 


HIGH WATER AT 




GLASGOW. 


1 


GLASGOW. 




GLASGOW. 


Morning. 


Evening. 


Morning. 


Evening. 


Morning. 


Evening. 




H. M. 


H. M. 




H. M. 


H. M. 




H. M. 


H. M. 


1 


1 33 


1 57 


1 


1 52 


2 16 


1 


1 7 


3 31 


2 


1 59 


2 23 


2 


2 36 


3 


2 


3 41 


4 5 


3 


2 41 


3 5 


3 


3 15 


3 39 


3 


4 46 


5 10 


4 


3 23 


3 47 


4 


4 3 


4 27 


4 


5 39 


6 3 


5 


4 8 


4 32 


5 


4 55 


5 19 


5 


6 40 


7 4 


6 


5 2 


5 26 


6 


5 59 


6 23 


6 


7 52 


8 16 


7 


6 2 


6 26 


7 


7 6 


7 30 


7 


8 54 


9 18 


8 


7 27 


7 51 


8 


8 21 


8 45 


8 


10 9 


10 33 


9 


8 56 


9 20 


9 


9 28 


9 52 


9 


11 


11 24 


10 


10 14 


10 38 


10 


10 32 


10 56 


10 


11 44 





11 


11 8 


11 32 


11 


11 ^5 


11 59 


11 


2 


"6 26 


12 





19 


12 





38 


12 


42 


1 6 


13 


39 


1 33 


13 


54 


1 18 


13 


1 3 


1 27 


14 


1 14 


138 


14 


1 27 


151 


14 


144 


2 8 


15 


148 


2 12 


15 


2 8 


2 20 


15 


2 14 


2 38 


16 


2 23 


2 47 


16 


2 20 


2 44 


16 


2 57 


3 21 


17 


2 46 


3 10 


17 


2 45 


3 9 


17 


3 31 


3 55 


18 


3 11 


3 35 


18 


3 21 


3 45 


18 


4 12 


4 36 


19 


3 53 


4 17 


19 


4 3 


4 27- 


19 


4 54 


5 18 


20 


4 34 


4 58 


20 


4 47 


5 11 


20 


5 43 


6 7 


21 


5 22 


5 46 


2] 


5 39 


6 3 


21 


6 47 


7 11 


22 


6 20 


6 44 


22 


6 45 


7 9 


22 


8 4 


8 28 


23 


7 27 


7 51 


23 


7 44 


8 8 


23 


9 15 


9 39 


2-1 


8 30 


8 54 


24 


8 56 


9 20 


24 


10 22 


10 46 


25 


9 49 


10 13 


25 


10 3 


10 27 


25 


11 19 


1143 


26 


10 39 


11 3 


26 


10 56 


11 20 


26 





9 


27 





11 52 


27 


1144 





27 


"l 12 


1 36 


28 


15 


39 


28 


3 


'0 27 


28 


1 22 


146 


29 


44 


1 8 


29 


58 


1 22 


29 


2 11 


2 35 


30 


1 4 


1 40 


30 
31 


135 

2 20 


1 59 

2 44 


30 


2 52 


3 16 


Pha 


ses of the Moon. 


Pha 


ses of the Moon. 


Pha 


^es of the Moon. 




D. H. M. 




». H. M. 




D. H. M. 


New, 


1 4 45 Morn. 


F. Qr. 


7 7 48 Morn. 


F. Qr. 


5 2 42 Even. 


F. Qr. 


8 1 32 Morn. 


Full, 


14 5 7 Even. 


Full, 


13 7 27 Morn. 


Full, 


15 3 43 Morn. 


L. Qr 


22 9 3 Even. 


L. Qr. 


21 10 57 Morn. 


L. Qr. 


23 3 55 Morn. 


New, 


29 11 39 Even. 


New, 


28 6 41 Morn. 


New, 


3a 3 23 Even. 




w 







Tide Table, 



94 



This Table is calculated for the Broomielaw, on the supposi- 
tion that the tides are influenced only^by the action of the sun and 
moon. It will, therefore, be necessary when using it, to remem- 
ber that in rivers, like the Clyde, the regularity of the tides is much 
interrupted by heavy rains, as w^ell as by high winds, the former 
producing what are called floods or freshes, the latter altering both 
the height of the tide and the time of high water. 

Heavy rains affect the hour of full tide in a very inconsiderable 
degree; but a strong gale from the North- West, North, or North- 
East, not only prevents the tide from rising so high as usual, but 
causes high water to happen sometimes above half an hour earlier, 
than what is stated in the table ; while^ on the other hand, if the 
gale be from the South-East, South, or South- West, the tide will 
be as much later, and probably from twelve to eighteen inches 
higher than the average. 

The preceding Table will be applicable to the following places, 
if, to the time of High Water at Glasgow, the hours and minutes, 
opposite to the given place, be added or subtracted as directed. 

H. M. 

Sub. 1 10 
Sub. 2 15 
Sub. 2 10 
Sub. 2 10 
Add 2 35 
Sub. 2 
Sub. 2 5 
Sub. 2 13 
Add 3 50 
Adds 



Ayr, 

Brodick Bay, 
Campbeltown, 
Dumbarton, 
Dunoon, 
Fort- William, 
Gareloch Head, 
Gourock, 
Greenock, 
Helensburgh, 
For Example 





H. 


M. 


Sub. 


2 20 1 


Sub. 


2 


10 


Sub. 


2 


20 


Sub. 


1 


45 


Sub. 


2 


5 


Add 4 





Sub 


1 45 1 


Sub. 


2 





Sub. 


2 





Sub. 


2 





le time of I 



Inveraray, 
Lamlash, 
Largs, 
Millport, 
Oban, 

Port- Glasgow, 
Rothesay, 
Saltcoats, 
Staflfa, 
Tobermory, 
the time of High Water at Rothesay, on the 
2d of July be wanted, 

H. M. 

High Water at Glasgow, 2d July, G 8 morning. 

Rothesay, . . . subtract 2 5 



High Water at Rothesay, 



4 3 morning. 
D. BLACK. 



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GLASGOW 



95 Advertisements. 

Mi est nf oeitslantj 

Xiife and Fire Insurance Company, 

ESTABLISHED IN EXETER, 1807, 
EMPOWERED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT. 

CAPITAL, dEeOO.OOO. 



(SFi^tef (©fitted. 

Exeter— CHARLES lewis, Esq. Secretary. 
London— J- ANDERTON, Esq. Resident Agent. 
l^Ublin— SAMUEL PAGE, Esq. Agent. 
Edinburgh— FRANCIS CAMERON, Esq. Agent. 
Glasgow— GILBERT WARDLAW & SON, Agents. 

Right Hon. Earl Fortescue. I Sir T. D. Acland, Bart. M. P. 

Right Hon. Lord Clifford. E. PoUexfen Bastard, Esq. M. P. 

Right Hon. Earl Morley. I Samuel Fred. Milford, Esq. 

Advantages offered upon Xsife Insurances. 

1. A reduced scale of Premiums, and no liability of Partnership. 

2. A Participation in the Disposable Surplus Premiums, to 
be ascertained at tbe end of every fifth year from Christmas 
1827, which may be applied either in reduction of the original 
Premium, or be added to the sum insured, as a Bonus, pay- 
able at the death of the Life. 

3. Naval and Military Ofiicers are charged only the same Pre- 
miums as other Persons, except when called into actual service, 
and are entitled to the same advantages. 

4. Payment of Claims in Three Months after the usual proofs. 

5. No Entrance- Money or Admission Fees are payable. 

6. Permission to pass, in Steam Boats or decked Vessels, from Bri- 
tish to foreign Ports between the Texel and Brest both included. 

J. M. Pagan, M. D. Consulting Physician for Glasgow. 

Fire Insurances. 

Besides a reduced rate of Premiums, Persons insuring against 
Fire, to the amount of ^6300, are entitled to half the Profits aris- 
ing from this department. 

The above advantages, combined with the reduction of Premiums, 
will give the terms offered to the Public by thif Institution a mani- 
fest superiority, and entitle it to a preference. 

N. B. Prospectuses may be had (gratis) either at the Offices of the Company in 
Exeter, London, Dublin, Edinburgh, or Glasgow, or of any of the Agents. 

Annuities granted and purchased, and Endowments for Children 
effected. 

GILBERT WARDIcA'W & SON, 

99, Buchanan Street, Agents for Glasgow and its Environs. 



Advertisements. 



96 



ASYLUM 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIFE OFFICE, 
7O9 Cornhill, and ^3, ^all- Wall, leondon, 

THE HONOURABLE WILLIAM ERASER, Chairman, 

COLONEL LUSHINGTON, C.B. M.P. Deputy Chairman, 

And Ten Directors. 



The I.owest Hates Kver Published, 

WHETHER FOR, A TERM OR FOR THE WHOLE OF LIFE. 

The following are selected from the Even rates. 



Age. 


Whole Life. 


7 Years. 


20 
30 
40 
50 


1 11 9 

2 2 
2 17 1 
4 2 


17 1 

1 2 10 

1 10 8 

2 1 7 



ALTERNATIVE. 

One-third of the Premium may he left unpaid, to he deducted 
from the sum assured, on a scale equal to interest at 4 per cent. 

Thus, at the age of SO, 20 Guineas a year, will insure ,£1500 
in the first instance, to be reduced by ^GIO, IBs. 5d. if the Assured 
die within the first year; by ^G59, 2s. lid. if he die within the 
fifth year; and so on, according to a scale endorsed on the Policy. 

Ascending Scale of Premiums. 



Ag^. 


First 7 Years. 


Next 7 Years. 


Every Year after. 


20 
30 
40 
50 


1 1 4 
1 8 7 

1 18 3 

2 11 11 


1 6 2 

1 15 I 

2 7 
4 11 


2 4 7 

3 11 

4 9 8 
7 3 



A man at 30, — instead of £2^ 2s. for every year of life, accord- 
ing to the Even Table, by adopting the Ascending Scale — will 
pay ^1, 8s. 7d. per annum for the first seven years, ^1, 15s. Id. 
per annum for a further seven years, and £3, Os. lid. for every 
year of life after. 

This scale ought to supei-sede all others in cases of Annuity, or 
Leases for lives, in which very low rates for so long a period as 
14 years, will be found highly advantageous. 

INSURANCES ON THE LIVES OF OTHERS. 

Parties having a fixed or variable interest in the lives of others, 
may have a general admission of interest on the Policy. 

Contingent interests, — as a father insuring a child during 
minority, ©r a husband his wife, — will be admitted, the insurance 
being confined to the particiilar interest detailed in the proposal. 



97 



Advertisements. 



VOYAGES AND FOREIGN RESIDENCES. 
Persons voyaging or residing abroad, Masters, Supercargoes, 
and others, insured for the whole of life or for a specific voyage. 
NAVAL AND MILITARY SERVICE. 
Officers insured against all risks, for an even premium, or en- 
rolled for a future period, on payment of an annual fee. 
PREGNANCY, DELICATE HEALTH, and OLD AGE. 
Females need not appear ; the rates for diseases are moderate, 
and Policies are granted to persons of advanced age. 

Insurances may be effected without delay, and full particulars 
obtained from 

ROBERT FINDLAY, Esq. 
Directors' Correspondent. 
Virginia Buildings, Glasgow. 

EAGLE 
Z.IFE ASSURiLKC3ES COIMEPANIT, 

Cornhill and Waterloo Place, London, 
HENRY P. SMITH, Esq. Actuary. 
Established in 1807. 
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL upwards of a MILLION STERLING. 
Annual Premiums required for the Assurance of -£100 to be re- 
ceived on the death of a 





MALE. 


FEMALE. 


Age. 


Seven Years. 


Whole Life. 


Seven Years. 


Whole Life. 




£ s. d. 


£ s. d. 


£ s. d. 


c-e s. d. 


20 


1 6 3 


2 2 6 


1 5 


1 15 I 


30 


1 12 2 


2 9 10 


1 8 9 


2 3 2 


40 


1 17 4 


3 4 4 


1 13 9 


2 15 


50 


2 12 3 


4 12 4 


1 17 3 


3 15 


60 


4 7 11 


6 18 2 


3 7 


5 14 7 



JOHN BURNS, M. D. Medical Examiner for Glasgow. 

The Directors having caused New Tables to be calculated, in 
which the values of Male and Female Life are distinguished, beg 
leave to call the attention of the Public to the following advan- 
tages to be obtained by insuring with this Office. 

The insuring of the Female Life at rates lower than any other 
Office, and of the younger Male Lives lower than ordinary. 

Four-fifths of the profits are returned to the assured, for the 
whole of life. 

Prospectus, forms of proposal, and every information regarding 
the rates for Joirit Lives, Survivorships, Annuities and Endow- 
ments, may be had by applying to 

Mr. James Wotherspoon, Accountant, 89, Miller Street. 



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