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I 




UNDER THE IMMEDIATE PATRONAGE OF FRANCIS ABBOTT, ESQUIRE, 

SECRETARY TO THE GENERAL POST-OFFICE FOR SCOTLAND. 



POST-OFFICE 



EDINBURGH AND LEITH DIRECTORY 

1859-60. 

COMPRISING, AMONG OTHER INFORMATION, 

GENERAL AND STREET DIRECTORY; 

PROFESSIONS, TRADES, AND LAW DIRECTORY; 

COUNTY DIRECTORY; 

PARLIAMENTARY, PUBLIC OFFICE, AND BANK DIRECTORY; 

POSTAGE AND CONVEYANCE DIRECTORY; 

INSURANCE DIRECTORY; 

ETC. ETC. ETC. 



FIFTY-FOUBTH ANNUAL PUBLICATION, 



EDINBURGH: 
PRINTED BY BALLANTYNE AND COMPANY. 



PRICE FIVE SHILLINGS. 



NOTICE. 



The Proprietors of The Edinburgh and Leith Post-Off [CE 
Directory have ao-ain the honour of submitting to the Public 
another Volume of the Publication, being the Fifty-fourth ; and 
they avail themselves of the opportunity to express their grateful 
thanks for the kind support and patronage which they have 
received, hoping their exertions to make the Publication both 
correct and useful will be followed by a continuance of the 
favour of the Public. The Map has been revised ; to which 
is now appended an Alphabetical List of the Streets and Public 
Buildings in Edinburgh, with reference thereto. An Alpha- 
betical List of the Names of Persons in the County Directory, 
following the plan of last year of giving each Post-Town in 
detail under its separate head, is continued. The Hackney- 
Coach List has also been revised and enlarged ; — all which, it is 
hoped, will add to the usefulness of the Publication. 



General Post-Office, Edinburgh, 
May 26, 1859. 



GENEEAL INDEX. 



Accountants, 

Accountants, Members of tbe Society of 
Admiral and Bailie Courts of Leith, 
Advertisements of Insurance Companies, 

(Following p. 476.) 
Advertisements, Miscellaneous, 
Advocates, .... 
Assessed Taxes, 
Assessed Taxes Survey, 

Bank Directory, 

Bailie and Sequestration Court for tbe City 

Burgb Ten-merk Court, 

Calendar, 1858-59, . 

Calendar, Counting-bouse, . 

Carriers' Quarters, . 

Chancery Office, 

Church Directory, 

Commissary Court 

Conveyance Directory, 

Codkty Directory, Alphabetical List of, 



PAGE 

84 
84 
92 



XXXYII 

85 
37 

77 

67 
91 
91 
8 
7 
45 
90 
81 
91 
52 

420 



County Directory — 




Balerno, .... 


395 


Blackball, .... 


395 


Broxburn, .... 


395 


Calder, East, 


396 


Calder, West, 


396 


Calder, Mid, 


396 


Colinton, .... 


397 


Corstorpbine, 


397 


Cramond Bridge, . 


398 


Currie, .... 


398 


Dalkeith, .... 


398 


Davidson's Mains, . 


401 


Gilmerton, 


401 


Hermistou, 


401 


Jock's Lodge, 


401 


Juniper Green, 


402 


Kirkliston, 


4(J2 


Kirknewton, 


403 


Lasswade, . 


403 


Leadburn, .... 


405 


Liberton, . 


405 


Livingston, 


405 


Loanbead, .... 


405 


Lothian Bum, 


406 


Murrayfield, 


40ti 


Musselburgh, 


407 


Penicuik, 


410 


Portobello, Joppa, and Duddingston, 


411 


Prestonpans, 


415 


Queensierry, South 


416 


Ratho, .... 


416 


Roslin, .... 


417 


Slateford, .... 


417 


Tranent, .... 


417 



PAGE 

Uphall, . . . . .418 

Wincbburgh, . . 419 

Index to places in the County of Edinr. 37 

County Meetings, .... 92 
County Police, . . . .92 
Court of Chancery, . . . .9) 

Court of Justiciary, .... 90 

Court of Police, .... 91 

Court of Session, .... 90 

Customs, Port of Leith, ... 77 
Days, Table shewing the number of, from 

one month to another, ... 15 
Excise Office, . . . .76 

Extent and Population of the British Empire, 474 

General Directory, ... 97 

Hackney-coach Regulations, . . 51 

Her Majesty's Chief Officers of State, . 468 

High water at Leith, 1S58-59, . . 8 

Holidays at Banks and Public Offices, . 7 
Interest Tables, . . . .14 
Insurance Companies, See Insurance Director)/, 474 

Justice of Peace Small Debt Court, . . 91 

Justice of Peace Court, Dalkeith, . . 91 

Law Directory, .... 84 

Magistrates and Council of Edinburgh, . 75 

Magistrates and Council of Leith, . . 76 

Mail Coach Routes from Edinburgh, . 40 

Medical Institutions, ... 81 

Members of Parliament for Scotland, . 473 

Messengers-at-arms, .... 93 

Military Establishment, ... 76 

Names too late for Insertion, . . 94 

Newspapers in Scotland, . . . 50 

Packet vessels from Leith and Granton, . 42 

Parliamentary Directory, . . 468 

Parochial Board of the City, . . 78 

Parochial Board of Canongate, . . 78 

Parochial Board of St Cuthbert's, . . 7S 

Parochial Board of North Leith, . . 78 

Parochial Board of South Leith, . . 78 

Passport Office, .... 91 

Peers of Scotland, .... 470 

Peers of Scotland, Representative, . . 472 

Peers who are Minors, . . . 472 

Peeresses in their own Right, . . 472 

Police Station House, ... 92 

Post-Office (General), Edinburgh, . 432 
I. Rates of Postage, . . . 432 
Addresses to the Queen and Peti- 
tions to Parliament, . . 432 
Colonial Book Post . . 432 
Colonial and Foreign Letters, . 4o2 
Inland Book Post, . . . 434 
Inland Letters, if Paid in Advance, 432 



IV 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Newspapers and Books to France 
and Belgium, . . • 

Newspapers and other Periodical 
Publications bearing the News 
paper Stamp, 

Parliamentary Proceedings, 

Precautions against Fraud, &c. 

Unpaid Letters, 
II. Registration, 

Parliamentary Notices, 

Poll Books, 

Voting Notices, 

III. Delivery, . 

Delivery at Window, 
Private Boxes aud Bags, 

IV. Postage Stamps, 

Stamped Labels, 

Stamped Penny Envelopes. 

Stamps, 
V. Money-Orders, 

Lapsed and Void Orders, 

Particulars required for Money- 
Orders, .... 

Payment of Money-Orders, 
VI. Miscellaneous Rules, 

Late Letters, 

Letters must not be returned to 
Writers, . 

Prepayment of Late Letters, 

Re-directed Letters, &c, 

Arrival and Dispatch of Mails, 

Arrival and Dispatch of Foreign 
Mails, 

Delivery of Letters in Edinburgh, 

Money- Order Office, 

Pillar and other Letter Boxes in 
Edinburgh and Leith, 

Post Towns in Scotland, 

Post Towns in England and Wales 
which Grant and Pay Money- 
Orders, . . 



PAGE 

435 



432 
433 

436 
432 
436 
436 
437 
437 
437 
437 
437 
438 
438 
438 
438 
438 
439 

438 
439 
440 
440 

440 
440 
440 
451 

442 
452 
452 

452 
453 



463 



PAGB 

Post Towns in Ireland, . . 466 
Rates of Postage on Letters and 
Newspapers to the Colonies and 

Foreign Countries, . . 443 
Receiving- Houses in Edinburgh, 

Leith, and Outbounds, . . 452 

Prefatory Note, .... 2 

Professions and Trades Directory, . 350 

Property and Income Tax, ... 39 

Public Offices, .... 75 

Public Offices, with the Hours of Attendance, 79 

Rates for Carters, .... 60 

Rates for Chimney-sweepers, . . 62 

Registration Districts, ... 93 

Revenue, Inland — Edinburgh, . . 76 
Royal Family, The, . . . .488 

Salaries, Table for Calculation of, . . 7 

Session-Clerks' Offices, ... 91 

Session-Clerks' Offices, Leith, . . 91 

Sheriffs of the Counties, ... 90 

Sheriff Court, .... 91 

Sheriff Small Debt Court, ... 91 
Ship Conveyances iu Scotland, England, and 

Ireland, . . 42 
Small Debt Court, . . .91 

Solicitors, ..... 86 
Sovereigns and Population of the Principal 

States of Europe, .... 474 

Stage Coaches from Edinburgh, . . 42 
Stamp and Legacy Duties, . . .23 

Steamers from Leith and Granton, . . 43 

Steamers on the Ferries, . 43 

Street Directory, .... 261 

Streets, Squares, &c, List of, . . 30 

Terms in Scotland and England, . . 7 

Town Council, Committees of, . . 75 

University of Edinburgh, ... 80 

Weekly Markets in Scotland, . . 49 

Writers, ..... 87 

Writers to the Signet, ... 88 



INDEX TO MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Artificial Lps and Bandage maker, Robert 

Fortune, 15 Young street 
Artificial Limbs, J. Henry, 29 W. Register st 
Artists* and Mechanics' Tools, Russell and 

Veitch, 6 and 7 Hunter square 
Asphalters, George Paterson & Son, 84 South 

Clerk street 
Auctioneers and Appraisers — Dalgleish and 

Forrest, 4 St Andrew Square 
Auctioneer and Appraiser, Robert H. Whit 

ten, 4 North Bank street 
Bacon, Cheese, and Buttermen, R. and T 

Gibson, 93 Princes Street 
Bill Poster, Wm. M'Indoe, 1 North Bank 

Street .... 

Bird-dealer and Cage-maker, J. Webster, 69 

George street 
Bookbinder, Jas. A. Cameron, 10 Clerk st. 

William Hunter, 104 High street 

Britannia Iron and Wire Works, Bain 

M'Nicol, and Young, 27 East Crosscause 
way .... 

Bullion Dealer, Refiner, and Goldsmith 
Wm. Mortimer, 18 North bridge 

City Funeral Establishment 

Clothier, fee, Jas. Middkmass, 18 South br. 

Peter Scott, 9 South bridge . 

Clothes, Ready-made and Second-hand — 
M. Conway & Co., 4 St Mary's wynd 
James Doherty, 2 St Mary's wynd 
John Jamieson, 27 St Mary's wynd 
J. M'Iver,25, 81, and 82 St Mary's wynd 

Coals, George Baigrie, St Leonard's 

Robert Brown, St Leonard's depot, an 

3 Haymarket station 

John Chattaway, North Bridge station 

Thos. Dixon & Son, 57 St Leonard st. 

Thomas Jackson, North bridge depot 

John Kinlay, 1 N. B. Railway station 

and 94 Pleasance . 

J. M'Kelvie, Haymarket, and Junction 

Bridge Wharf, Leith 

Edmonstone Coal and Fire-brick Depot 

St Leonard's 

Simpsons and Orr, 14 Port Hopetoun 

Sloan & Son, 49 Brougbton street 

John Smith, Caledonian Railway Depot 

James Sword, Scotland street Station 

Granton, and Leith 

■ James Waldie, Leith walk 

and Lime Merchant, Arch. Grierson 

57 New buildings, North bridge . 
Cure of Stammering, A. Melville Bell, 13 

South Charlotte street 
Dressing-case and Fancy Work-box Manu 

facturers, Wilson & Co., 71 George street 
Dyer and French Cleaner, H. Wortham, 1 

Queen street, and 50 London street 
Dyers, Scourers, fee, P. and R. Hay, 5 South 

St David Street 
Dyers, &c, A. & J. M'Nab, 39-a Queen st. 
Edinburgh Boot and Shoe Warehouse, John 

Anderson, jun., 21 South bridge 
Edmonstone Fire-clay Works, Jas. M. Ferrie 
Equitable Loan Co., Geo. Edge, 4 Milne sq. 



XLIV 
XLIV 

XLIV 

LII 

XLVII 

LTI 

LII 

XLIV 

XLIV 
LVI 
LVI 



LVII 
XXXVII 

XLIII 
XLIII 
XLIII 
XLIII 
LIII 

LIII 

LIV 

XL 

LIII 

XLVIII 

XLII 

LIII 
LIII 
LIII 
LIV 

LI 
LIV 

LIII 

XLVIII 

XLVI 



LI 



XLIV 

LV 

XLIV 



Education — 
Mr Adam's School, 17 Union street . xlviii 

Governesses' Institution, 11 Picardy Place xlviii 
Scottish Institution for Young Ladies, 9 
Moray place .... xlv 

Furnishing Warehouse, Alexander Lauder, 
59 Princes Street .... xli 

Gardener, John Milne, Sunnybank Cottage, 
London Road .... xlvii 

Homoeopathic Laboratory, William Horace 

Billing, 19 South Castle street . . XL 

Jewellery Establishment, Cornelius Alex- 
andre, 80 George street . . . lvi 

Lazzaroni, A. 71 South bridge, Adam sq. lii 

Lithographic Establishment — Schenk and 

Macfarlane, 19 St James' Square . lviii 

London Newspapers and Periodicals, H. Ro- 
binson, 11 Greenside street . . LVI 

Mesmeric Sanatorium, J. W. Jackson, 37 
North Castle street . . . xlii 

Money Loan Office, James Campbell, 39 

South bridge .... XLIII 

Offices for Patents, Wm. Johnson, C.E., 
and J. H. Johnson, Solicitor, 47 Lincoln's 
Inn Fields, London, and 166 Buchanan 
Street, Glasgow. Agent in Edinburgh, 
Robert Thomson, jun., 20 St Andrew Sq., XLix 

Operative Hat Factory, M'Guire k Co., 73 
and 75 St Mary's wynd . . . LIV 

Optician, Thomas Dunn, 50 N. Hanover st. xlvi 

Oriental Bank Corporation, R. Dundas Cay, 
W.S., Agent, 23 St Andrew square xxxviii 

Perceton Fire-Clay Goods Depot, Duncan 

M'Laren, Lothian Road . . . xlviii 

Plumbers, fee, Hume & Melville, 23 West 
Register st. and 101 Constitution st., Leith LVII 

Printers' Joiner, John Murray, 22 Niddry st, xlvii 

Sail-cloth and Patent Cordage Store, W. Cal- 

der, 22 Commercial place, Leith . l 

Scottish Trade Protection Society, George T. 

Bathgate, Secretary, 8 and 11 Bank street xxxix 

Sea-water Baths, W. Eckford, Trinity . lii 

Shipping Company, London and Edinburgh, 
R. W. Hamilton, 21 Waterloo place . xlix 

Slater and Chimney-sweeper, John Lough, 
15 William street, and 14 Jamaica street lii 

Slater, Glazier, and Chimney-sweeper, Mrs 
John Stewart, Queensferry street lane, and 
14 Wright's houses . . . LII 

South Bridge Bible and Stationery Ware- 
house (Finlay's), 81 South Bridge . LII 

South Bridge Pawnbroking Company, Geo. 
Russell, 35 South br. and 55 Niddry st. xliii 

Sprains, Rheumatisms, Treatment of, John 

Greenlaw, 30 Whitfield Place, Leith Walk li 

St Andrew Street Temperance Hotel, 14 
South St Andrew Street . . . xlvii 

Surgeon-dentist, W. F.Vernon, 80 Princes st. xlviii 

Tailors, Clothiers, and Hatters, J. Craig & 
Co., 3 Leith street terrace . . xlvii 

Venetian Blinds, G. Laing, Palmer's build- 
ings, West Nicolson st. and 70 Potterrow xlvii 

Waterproof Manufacturers, Thornton & Co., 
78 Princes street .... xlviii 

Whipmakers, G. and J. Leggat, 4 Brown sq. xlvii 



A TABLE 

Showing, by the Dominical Letter, the Day of the Month and Week in 
any Year of the Nineteenth Century. 



Dominical Letters for the Tears 




1800 to 1899 inclusive. 




E. 


D. 


C. 


B. | A. 


G. 


F. 


DAYS OF THE MONTH AND WEEK, FROM 


1800 TO 1899 LNCLUSIVE. 


1800 


1801 


1802 


1803 


L804 


1805 




1806 


1807 




1808 1809 


1810 


1811 






1812 


181 3 


1814 1815 




1816 






s 




1 


Sa 


1 


Fr 




1 


Th 




l| W 




1 


Tu 




1 


M 
















2 


M 


2 




R 


2 


Sa 




2 


Fr 




21 Th 




2 


W 




2 


Tu 


1817 


1818 


1818 


11820 


1821 


1822 




3 


Tu 




3 


M 


i 


s 




3 


Sa 




3 Fr 




3 


Th 




S 


W 








1 








4 
5 


W 
Th 




4 
5 


Tu 
W 




4 
5 


M 
Tu 


4 


5 


S 

M 


5 


4 


Sa 
S 




4 
5 


Fr 
Sa 




4 
5 


Th 
Fr 


1823 




1 824 


1825 1826 


1827 


















6 

7 


Fr 

Sa 




6 

7 


Th 
Fr 




6 

7 


W 
Th 




6 

7 


Tu 
W 




6 
7 


M 
Tu 


6 


,. 


S 
51 


7 


6 


Sa 
H 


1828 


1829 


1830 


183l| 


1832 


1833 














8 




S 




8 


Sa 




K 


Fr 




8 


Th 




8 


VV 




8 


Tu 




f 


M 


1834 


1835 




1836 1837 


I83fl 


1839 




9 


M 


!.) 




R 




9 


Sa 




9 


l'r 




9 Th 




9 


W 




9 


Tu 
















10 


Tu 




10 


M 


10 


S 




10 


Sa 




10| Fr 




10 


Th 




10 


W 




1840 


1841 


1842 1843 




1844 


J 


11 


VV 




11 


Tu 


111 


M 


11 




R 




11 Sa 




11 


Fr 




11 


Th 


| 














) 


12 


Th 




[2 


W 


|12 


Tu 




12 


M 


12 


s 




12 


Sa 




12 


Fr 


J 1845 


1846 


1847 


11848 


1849 


1850 




13 


Fr 




13 


Th 




13 


W 




13 


Tn 




13: M 


13 




R 




13 


Sa 


1 


















14 


Sa 




14 


Fr 




14 


Th 




14 


VV 




14l Tu 




14 


M 


14 




R 


1 1851 




1852 


1853 1854 


1855 




15 




s 




15 


Sa 




15 


Fr 




15 


Th 




15 W 




15 


Tu 




15 


M 


| 








' 









16 


M 


16 




S 




16 


Sa 




Ifi 


It 




16 


Th 




16 


VV 




16 


Tn 


8 1856 


1857 


1858 


1859j 


I860 


1861 




17 


Tu 




17 


M 


17 




R 




17 


Sa 




17 


Fr 




17 


Th 




17 


w 


2 














18 


W 




is 


Tu 




18 


M 


is 




S 




18 


Sa 




18 


Fr 




18 


Th 


11862 


1863 




1864 1865 


1866 


1867 




19 


Th 




19 


VV 




19 


Tu 




19 


M 


19 




R 




19 


Sa 




19 


Ft 


I 



















20 


Fr 




20 


Th 




20 


VV 




20 


Tu 




20 


M 


20 




S 




■.'II 


Sa 


1 


1868 


1869 


1870 1871 




1872 




21 


Sa 




21 


Fr 


,21 


Th 




21 


VV 




21 


Tu 




21 


M 


21 




R 









' 








22 




S 




22 


Sa 


22 


Fr 




■)•> 


Th 




22 


W 




22 


Tu 




22 


M 


1S73 


1874 


NT.") 


11876 


1877 


1878 




23 


M 


23 




S 


23 


sa 




23 


Fr 




23 


Th 




2.3 


VV 




9 3 


Tu 
















24 


Tu 




24 


M 


24. 


S 




24 


Sa 




24 


Fr 




24 


Th 




24 


W 


1879 




lfSII 


1881 1882 


1883 






25 


W 




J.i 


Tn 


25 


M 


25 




R 




25 


Sa 




25 


Fr 




25 


Th 










' 








26 


Th 




26 


VV 


26 


Tu 




26 


M 


20 




R 




26 


Sa 




,:i; 


Fr 


1884 


1885 


L886 


1887J 


1888 


1 889 




27 


IT 




j7 


Th 


27 


VV 




27. 


Tu 




27 M 


27 




R 




.'7 


Sa 




— — 













28 


Sa 




28! 


Fr 


28 


Th 




28 


W 




28: Tu 




28 


M 


28 




R 


1890 18£ 


18921893 


[894 


1895 


29 




S 




29 i 


Sa 


29: Fr 




29 


Th 




29! W 




29 


Tn 




29 


M 














30 


M 30 


S 


30 Sa 




30 


Fr 




30 1 Th 




30 


W 




111 


Tn 




1896 1897 1898 1899 








3l| 


Tu 31 


M 31 S 




31 


Sa 




31 Fr 




n 


Th 




Jl 


W 


JANUARY, . 


A. 


B. 


C. 


D. 


E. 


F. G. 


FEBRUARY, 


D. E. 


F - 


G. 


A. 


B. [ C. 


MARCH, 


D. E. 


F- 


G. A. 


B. 


C. 


APRIL, 


G. 


A. 


B. 


C. D. 


E. 


F. 


MAY, .... 


B. 


C. 


D. 


E. 


F. 


G. 


A. 


JUNE, 


E. 


F. 


G. A. 


B. 


C. 


D. 


JULY, . . . 


G. 


A. 


B. C. 


D. 


E. 


F. 


AUGUST, . 


C. 


D. 


E. F. 


G. 


A. 


B. 


SEPTEMBER, 


F. G. 


A. 


B. 


C. 


D. 


E. 


OCTOBER, . 


A. B. 


C. D. 


E. 


F. 


G. 


NOVEMBER, 


D. 


E. 


F. G. 


A. 


B. 


C. 


DECEMBER, 


F. G. 


A. B. 


C. 


r>. 


E. 



Explanation'.— Tn the Left-hand Table are the years of the Century, and above each is the Dominical 
Letter corresponding with that Year. Then, opposite to the Month, at the foot of the Right-hand Table, 
will be found a corresponding Letter, over which are placed the Days of the Month and Week for that Month 
(distinguishing the Sundays by a different type). Each Blank Space in the Left-hand Table shows the 
year following to be Leap Year; and as every Leap Year has two Dominical Letters, the Letter above the 
Blank Space must be used for January and February in every Leap Year, and for the other months, use the 
Letters belonging to the respective Years. 

Cy transposing the Dominical Letters, this Calendar would answer for any Century. 



COUNTING-HOUSE CALENDAR, 1S59-C0. 



Bank Holidays marked *. 




June 1839. 


September 1859. 


December 1859. i 


March 1860. 


Sun. . . . 5 12 19 26 


Sun. . . . 4 11 18 25 


Sun. ... 4 11 18*25 


Sun. 


. . . 4 11 18 25 


Mon 6 13*20 27 


Mon. . . . 5 12 19 26 


Mon. . . . 5 12 19 26 


Mon. 


. . . 5 12 19 26 


Tues. . . . 7 H 21*28 


Tues. ... 6 13 20 27 


Tues. ... 6 13 20 27 


Tues. 


. . . 6 13 20 27 


Wed. . . 1 8 15 22 29 


Wed. . . . 7 14 21 28 


Wed. . . . 7 14 21 28 


Wed. 


. . . 7 14 21 28 


Thur. . . 2 9 18 23 30 


Thur. . . 1 8 15 22 29 


Thur. . . 1 8 15 22 29 


Thur. 


. . 1 8 15 22 29 


Frid. . . 3 10 17 24 


Frid. . . 2 9 16 23 30 


Frid. . . 2 9 16 23 30 


Frid. 


. . 2 9 16 23 30 


Sat. . . . 4 11 18 25 


Sat. . . 3 10 17 24 


Sat. . . . 3 10 17 24 31 


Sat. . 


. . 3 10 17 24 31 


Jult 1859. 


October 1859. 


January I860. 




April 1800. 


Sun. . . 3 10 17 24 31 


Sun. . . 2 9 16 23 30 


Sun. . . . *1 8 15 22 29 


Sun. . 


. . 1 8 15 22 29 


Mon. . . 4 11 18 25 


Mon. . . 3 10 17 24 31 


Mon. . . 2 9 16 23*30 


Mon. 


. . 2 9 16 23 30 


Tues. . . 5 12 19 26 


Tues. . . 4 11 18 25 


Tues. . . 3 10 17 24 31 


Tues. 


. . 3 10 17 24 


Wed. . . 6 13 20 27 


Wed. . . 5 12 19 26 


Wed. . . 4 11 18 25 


Wed. 


. . 4 11 18 25 


Thur. . . 7 14 21 28 


Thur. . . 6 13 20 27 


Thur. . . 5 12 19 26 


Thur. 


. . 5 12 19 26 


Frid. . 1 8 15 22 29 


Frid. . . 7 14 21 28 


Frid. . . 6 13 20 27 


Frid. 


. . *6 13 20 27 


Sat. . . 2 9 16 23 30 


Sat. . . 1 8 15 22 29 


Sat. . . . 7 14 21 28 


Sat. . 


. . 7 14 21 28 


August 1859. 


November 1859. 


February 1860. 




May I860. 


Sun 7 14 21 28 


Sun. . . . 6 13 20 27 


Sun. . . . 5 12 19 26 


Sun. 


. . . 6 13 20 27 


Mon. . . 1 8 15 22 29 


Mon. . . . 7 14 21 28 


Mon. . 


. 6 13 20 27 


Mon. 


. . . 7 14 21 28 


Tues. . . 2 9 16 23 30 


Tues. . . 1 8 15 22 29 


Tues. . 


. 7 14 21 28 


Tues. 


. • 1 8 15 22*29 


Wed. . . 3 10 17 24 31 


Wed. . . 2 9 16 23 30 


Wed. . 


1 8 15 22 29 


Wed. 


.. 2 9 16 23 3D 


Thur. . . 4 11 18 25 


Thur. . . 3 10 17 24 


Thur. . 


2 9 16 23 


Thur. 


. . 3 10 17*24 31 


Frid. . . 5 12 19 26 


Frid. . . 4 11 18 25 


Frid. . 


3*10 17 24 


Frid. 


. . 4 11 18 25 


Sat. . . . 6 13 20 27 


Sat. . . . *5 12 19 26 


Sat. . . 


4 11 18 25 


Sat. . 


. . 5 12 19 26 


BANK HOLIDAYS. 




Queen's Accession,.. 




20 Martvrdom of Kiner Charles I.. 


Feb. 10 


Queen's Coronation, 




28 
5 










25 
1 


Restoration of King Charles II.,.. 


May 24 

May 29 


New Year's 




TERMS IN SCOTLAND AND ENGLAND. 




SCOTLAND. ENGLAND 




















Sept. 29 








When a Scotch Term falls on a Sunday, the following Monday is considered the Term-Day. Lammas is 


sometimes erroneously supposed to fall on the 2d August. 




CALCULATION OF SALARIES, &c, from £1 to £150 per annnm. 




Year. Month. 


Week. Day. 


Year. 


Month. 


Week. 


Day. 


Year. 


Month. 


Week. 


Day. 




£ 


s. d. 


s. d. 


1 

*. d. 


£ 


£ s. d. 


s. d. 


s. d. 


£ 


£ s. d. 


£ 


s. d. 


5. d. 




1 


1 8 


4} 


Of 


11 


18 4 


4 2f 


7| 


30 


2 10 





11 6 


1 7} 






2 


3 4 


9 


lj 


12 


1 


4 74 


8 


40 


3 6 8 





15 4 


2 2t 






3 


5 


1 If 


2 


13 


1 1 8 


4 ll| 


8J- 


50 


4 3 4 





19 2 


2 9 






4 


6 8 


i 4 


2f 


14 


1 3 4 


5 4J 


9| 


60 


5 


1 


3 04 


3 34. 






5 


8 4 


i a 


3| 


15 


1 5 


5 9 


10 


70 


5 16 8 1 


6 10J 


3 10 






6 


10 


2 3J 


4 


16 


1 6 8 


6 If 


101 


80 


6 13 4 


1 


10 8 


4 ih 






7 


11 8 


2 Si- 


ih 


17 


1 8 4 


6 64. 


Hi 


90 


7 10 


1 


14 64 
18 44 


4 11 + 

5 5} 






8 


13 4 


3 1'} 


5| 


18 


1 10 


6 10} 


11} 


100 


8 6 8 


1 






9 


15 


3 5i 


6 


19 


1 11 8 


7 3j 


1 0* 


125 


10 8 4 


2 


7 Hi 


6 lOi 






10 


16 8 


3 10 


GJ 


20 


1 13 4 


7 8 


1 li 


150 


12 10 


2 17 6* 


8 2} 






If the sum be Guineas, not Pounds, for each Guinea add a penny to each month, or a farthing to each week. 





8 






CALENDAR FOR 18 


59-60. 










JUNE 1859. 


c 
o 

o 
P 


o 

1 

P 




D. H. M. MOON'S PHASES. 

. 1 7 10 m. Full Moon 

.7 10 48 a. 1 Last Quarter 


D. H. M. 
15 10 18 m 
.... 23 2 32 A 


D. H. M. 

New Moon. ..30 2 41 A. 


SUNDAYS, HOLIDAYS, 

&C. 


SUN. 


Equation 
of Time. 
Clock aft. 
&bef.Sun. 


MOON. 


HIGH WATEB 
AT LEITH. 


Rises. 

H. M. 

3 38 
3 37 
3 36 
3 35 
3 34 
3 33 
3 32 
3 32 
3 31 
3 30 
3 30 
3 30 
3 29 
3 29 
3 29 
3 28 
3 28 
3 28 
3 28 
3 28 
3 28 
3 28 
3 29 
3 29 
3 29 
3 30 
3 30 
3 31 
3 32 
3 32 


Sets. 

H. M. 

8 42 
8 43 
8 45 
8 46 
8 48 
8 49 
8 50 
8 52 
8 53 
8 54 
8 54 
8 55 
8 56 
8 57 
8 57 
8 58 
8 58 

8 59 

9 
9 
9 
9 
9 1 
9 1 
9 1 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 


Declination 

North. 
22° 1'45" 
22 9 50 
22 17 31 
22 24 49 
22 31 44 
22 38 15 
22 44 23 
22 50 6 

22 55 25 

23 20 
23 4 51 
23 8 58 
23 12 40 
23 15 58 
23 18 51 
23 21 20 
23 23 23 
23 25 3 
23 26 17 
23 27 7 
23 27 32 
23 27 32 
23 27 7 
23 26 17 
23 25 3 
23 23 24 
23 21 20 
23 18 51 
23 15 58 
23 12 41 


Age. 


Rises. 

H. M. 

2m 54 

3 42 

4 57 
6 33 

8 9 

9 43 
11 17 

0a 47 

2 14 

3 41 

5 8 

6 34 

7 56 
9 7 

10 2 

10 37 

11 2 
11 16 
11 27 
11 34 
11 40 
11 46 
11 52 

0m 

10 
24 

46 

1 25 

2 3!) 


Souths. 

H. M. 

0a 20 

1 25 

2 29 

3 31 

4 27 

5 19 

6 8 

6 54 

7 40 

8 27 

9 14 
10 4 

10 56 

11 49 

0m42 

1 34 

2 23 

3 9 

3 52 

4 33 

5 14 

5 54 

6 35 

7 20 

8 8 

9 1 
10 
li 4 

0a 10 


Sets. 

H. M. 

10a 1 
11 3 
11 40 

0m 3 
16 
27 
35 
42 
49 

59 

1 9 
1 25 

1 51 

2 30 

3 25 

4 37 

5 53 

7 12 

8 29 

9 45 
11 2 

0a 19 
1 40 

3 4 

4 33 

6 4 

7 35 

8 46 

9 34 


Morn. 

H. M. 

2 3 

2 48 

3 33 

4 22 

5 14 

6 12 

7 13 

8 20 

9 29 

10 26 

11 23 

C 42 

1 30 

2 15 

2 56 

3 32 

4 9 

4 46 

5 24 

6 3 

6 46 

7 35 

8 31 

9 31 

10 i8 

11 31 

52 

1 46 


Even. 

H. M. 

2 25 

3 11 

3 56 

4 48 

5 43 

6 41 

7 47 

8 53 

9 58 

10 54 

11 50 

18 

1 7 

1 53 

2 36 

3 14 

3 50 

4 28 

5 5 

5 43 

6 25 

7 8 

8 2 

9 1 
10 

10 59 

11 58 

25 

1 19 

2 13 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 

ly 

20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 


W 
Th 
Fr 
Sa 
S 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
Fr 
Sa 

s 

M 

Tu 
W 

Th 
Fr 

Sa 

s 

M 
Tu 

W 
Th 
Fr 
Sa 

s 

M 
Tu 
W 
Th 




2' 33" 
2 24 
2 15 
2 5 
1 54 
1 44 
1 33 
1 22 
1 11 
59 
47 
35 
23 
aft. 11 
bef. 2 
14 
27 
40 

53 

1 6 
1 19 
1 32 
1 45 

1 58 

2 11 
2 23 
2 36 

2 48 

3 1 
3 13 


1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 


A seen. Day — UolyThr. 




Sun. after Ascension... 










St Barna. the Apostle... 
Wliitsunday- Pentecost 














* Queen's Ace. 1837. ... 
«S.£H.Can.llA.56Jm. A. 
21 Sum. com L. Day 

24 St John Baptist born 
1st Sun. after Trinity.. 


*Coron. of Queen, 1838 
St Peter the Apostle.... 






JULY 


1859. 








B 

o 

o 

p 


o 

P 




D. H. M. MOON'S 
... 7 S fi.l M 


PHASES. 


Last Quartei 
New Moon .. 




D. H. M. 

23 3 26 M. 
29 9 44 A. 


....15 


53 m. 








SUNDAYS, HOLIDAYS, 
&C 


SUN. 


Equation 1 

of Time 

Clock 

bef. Sun. 1 


MOON. 


HIGH WATER 
AT LEITH. 


Rises. 

H. M. 

3 33 
3 34 
3 35 
3 36 

3 37 
3 38 
3 39 
3 4i» 
3 42 
3 43 
3 44 
3 45 
3 47 
3 48 
3 50 
3 52 
3 53 
3 54 
3 56 
3 67 

3 59 

4 
4 2 
4 4 
4 5 
4 7 
4 9 
4 10 
4 12 
4 14 
4 16 


Sets. 

H. M. 

8 59 
8 59 
8 59 
8 58 
8 57 
8 57 
8 56 
8 55 
8 54 
8 53 
8 52 
8 51 
8 49 
8 48 
8 47 
8 46 
8 45 
8 44 
8 42 
8 41 
8 39 
8 38 
8 36 
8 34 
8 33 
8 31 
8 29 
8 28 
8 26 
8 24 
8 22 


Declination 
North. 
23° 8' 58" 
23 4 52 
23 21 
22 55 27 
22 50 8 
22 44 26 
22 38 20 
22 31 50 
22 24 57 
22 17 41 
22 10 2 
22 2 
21 53 35 
21 44 48 
21 35 39 
21 26 8 
21 16 15 
21 6 
20 55 24 
20 44 26 
20 33 S 
20 21 28 
20 9 28 
19 57 8 
19 44 28 
19 31 27 
19 18 8 
19 4 29 
IS 50 31 
18 36 14 
18 21 39 


Age. 


Rises. 

H. M. 
3m 58 
5 38 

7 211 

8 57 

10 30 

11 59 
la 27 
2 54 

4 21 

5 45 

7 

8 

8 40 

9 7 
9 23 
9 35 
9 43 
9 50 
9 56 

10 1 
10 7 
10 15 
10 26 

10 45 

11 14 

0m 5 

1 21 

2 57 

4 42 

6 23 


Souths. 

H. M. 

la 15 

2 15 

3 11 

4 3 

4 51 

5 38 

6 24 

7 12 

8 1 

8 52 

9 45 

10 37 

11 29 

0ml9 
1 6 

1 50 

2 32 

3 12 

3 52 

4 32 

5 14 

5 59 

6 49 

7 44 

8 44 

9 48 

10 53 

11 56 
0a 56 
1 50 


Sets. 

H. M. 

10a 5 
10 22 
10 35 
10 44 
10 52 

10 59 

11 7 
11 16 
11 31 
11 53 

0m26 

1 15 

2 22 

3 39 

4 58 

6 16 

7 33 

8 49 

10 5 

11 21 
Pa 43 

2 8 

3 36 

5 7 

6 25 

7 24 

8 3 
8 26 
8 40 
8 51 


Morn. 

H. M. 

2 39 

3 27 

4 17 

5 7 

5 57 

6 51 

7 43 

8 43 

9 44 

10 49 

11 55 

28 

1 20 

2 4 

2 45 

3 20 

3 52 

4 24 

4 58 

5 32 

6 9 

6 49 

7 36 

8 32 

9 42 
10 55 

38 

1 37 

2 30 

3 17 


Even. 

H. M. 

3 4 

3 52 

4 42 

5 32 
' 6 24 

7 17 

8 13 

9 13 

10 17 

11 22 

57 

1 43 

2 25 

3 3 

3 36 

4 8 

4 41 

5 15 

5 50 

6 29 

7 11 

8 1 

9 5 

10 19 

11 35 

9 

1 8 

2 5 

2 54 

3 40 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 


Fr 

Sa 
S 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 




3' 25" 
3 37 
3 48 

3 59 

4 10 
4 20 
4 30 
4 40 
4 49 

4 58 

5 6 
5 14 
5 22 
5 29 
5 35 
5 41 
5 47 
5 52 

5 56 

6 
6 4 
6 7 
6 9 
6 11 
6 12 
6 13 
6 13 
6 13 
6 11 
6 10 
6 7 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 

23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
1 


2dSun after Trinity.... 
St Martin translated... 






Fr 
Sa 
S 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 






3d Sun. after Trinity.. 








Fr 
Sa 
S 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
Fr 
Sa 
S 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
Fr 
Sa 

s 


StSwithintransl. 862.. 


4th Sun. after Trinity. 




Court of Session rises. 




S. en. Leo, In/;. 50m. M 
5th Sun. after Trinity.. 
St James Ap. mart. 43 










6th Sun. after Trinity. 



CALENDAR FOR 1859-60. 







AUGUST 1859. 










3 


i 


Second Quarter 
Full Moon 


D. H. M. 

5 3 22 a. 

13 4 34a. 


ilOON'S PHASES. 


Last Quarte 
New Moon 




n. H. m. 
21 1 46 A. 
.28 5 14 m. 






SUNDATS, HOLIDATS, 
&C. 


SUN 


Equation 

of Time. 

Clock 

bef. Sun. 


MOON. 


HIGH WATEE 
AT LEITH. 


* ^_ 


Rises. 

H. SI. 

4 18 
4 20 
4 21 
4 23 
4 25 
4 27 
4 29 
4 3'l 
4 32 
4 34 
4 37 
4 39 
4 42 
4 44 
4 45 
4 47 
4 49 
4 61 
4 53 
4 55 
4 57 

4 59 

5 1 
5 2 
5 4 
5 6 
5 8 
5 10 
5 12 
5 14 
5 16 


Sets. 

H. M. 

8 20 
8 18 
8 17 
8 15 
8 13 
8 11 
8 9 
8 6 
8 4 
8 2 
7 59 
7 57 
7 54 
7 52 
7 49 
7 47 
7 45 
7 43 
7 41 
7 38 
7 35 
7 33 
7 31 
7 28 
7 26 
7 23 
7 20 
7 18 
7 16 
7 14 
7 11 


Declination 

North. 
18° 6' 47" 
17 51 36 
17 36 8 
17 20 22 
17 4 20 
16 48 2 
16 31 27 
16 14 36 
15 57 30 
15 40 9 
15 22 32 
15 4 41 
14 46 35 
14 28 15 
14 9 41 
13 50 54 
13 31 54 
13 12 40 
12 53 14 
12 33 35 
12 13 44 
11 63 42 
11 33 2i 
11 13 3 
10 52 27 
10 31 40 
10 10 44 
9 49 38 
9 28 22 
9 6 57 
8 45 24 


Age. 


Rises. 

H. M. 

8m 1 
9 35 
11 7 
(Sa 38 

2 7 

3 32 

4 51 
6 56 

6 41 

7 13 
7 32 
7 44 

7 53 

8 
8 6 
8 12 
8 18 
8 25 
8 35 

8 60 

9 15 
9 52 

10 54 

0m 20 
1 59 
3 42 
6 22 
6 59 
8 34 
10 S 


Souths. 

H. M. 

2a 42 

3 31 

4 19 

5 8 

5 57 

6 48 

7 41 

8 33 

9 25 

10 16 

11 3 
11 48 

OmSl 

1 12 

1 52 

2 32 

3 13 

3 56 

4 43 
6 35 

6 31 

7 31 

8 34 

9 37 

10 37 

11 34 
0a 27 

1 18 

2 8 
2 58 


Sets. 

H. M. 

8a 59 
9 8 
9 14 
9 25 
9 37 
9 57 

10 26 

11 9 

0m 12 

1 26 

2 44 

4 3 

5 22 

6 38 

7 54 
9 10 

10 27 

11 51 
la IS 
2 43 
4 5 


Morn. 

H. M. 

4 2 

4 46 

5 31 

6 16 

7 2 

7 57 

8 57 

10 17 

11 36 

13 

1 7 

1 52 

2 28 

3 1 
3 28 

3 58 

4 27 

4 59 

5 32 

6 8 

6 53 

7 49 


Even. 

H. M. 

4 24 

5 8 

5 54 

6 39 

7 25 

8 24 

9 36 

10 57 

44 

1 30 

2 10 

2 46 

3 14 

3 43 

4 13 

4 43 

5 16 

5 49 

6 29 

7 20 

8 24 

9 52 

11 20 
1 

59 

1 50 

2 36 

3 18 

3 58 

4 39 


1 ! M 

2 Tu 

3 AV 

4 Th 

5 Fr 

6 1 Sa 

7 1 S 

8 | M 

9 1 Tu 

10 : AV 

11 Th 




6' 
6 
5 
5 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
4 
4 
4 

i 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
2 
o 

I 

1 
1 
1 


o 




5" 

1 
57 
52 
47 
41 
34 
27 
19 
11 

52 
42 
31 
20 

8 
56 
43 
30 
16 

2 
48 
33 
17 

1 
45 
23 
11 
64 
36 
18 


3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

1 

2 

I 









Pr.Al. Er. Alb. b. 1844. 
1th Sun. after Trinity.. 








12 
13 
14 
15 
16 


Fr 
Sa 
S 
M 
Tn 


Gro. <k Ptar. sh. beg — 

&th Sun. after Trinity. 




17 AV 

18 Th 

19 Fr 

20 1 Sa 

21 | S 

22 Af 


Duch. of Kent b. 1786... 




Blackcock shoot, beg.... 
0th Sun. after Trinity.. 


23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 


Tu 
AV 
Th 
Fr 
Sa 
S 
M 
Tu 
AV 


S. en. Vir. 5A. 2o m. a. 

26 Tay Net Fish, closes 
Prince Consort b. 1819 


5 14 3 9 7 

5 59 llO 38 

6 27 | 

6 45 I 31 

6 58 | 1 26 

7 7 | 2 13 
7 16 1 2 58 
7 23 | 3 38 
7 33 | 4 19 


10th Sun. after Trinity 




::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 






SE 


PTEMB 


ER 


18 


59. 










■ ! 

•2 ! > 


Second Quarter . 
Full Moon 


D. H. M. 

4 4 51 

.... 12 8 31 a 


MOON'S 
I. 
i. 


PHA 


SES. 


!.ast( 
New 




D. H. 11. 
19 10 14 a. 
26 1 56 a. 




o 

C3 


c 
>> 


SUNDAYS, HOLIDATS, 


SUN. 


Equation 
of Time. 

Clock 
aft. Sun. 


MOON. 


HIGH WATER 

AT LEITH. 


Rises. 

H. M. 
5 18 
5 20 
5 22 
5 24 
5 26 
5 28 
5 30 
5 32 
5 33 
5 35 
5 38 
5 39 
5 41 
5 43 
5 45 
5 47 
5 49 
5 51 
5 53 
5 55 
5 57 

5 59 

6 1 
6 3 
6 5 
6 6 
6 8 
G 10 
6 12 
6 14 


Sets. 

H. M. 

7 8 
7 6 
7 3 
7 
6 58 
6 55 
6 52 
6 50 
6 47 
6 45 
6 42 
6 39 
6 37 
6 34 
6 31 
6 29 
6 27 
6 24 
6 21 
6 19 
6 16 
6 13 
6 11 
6 8 
6 5 
6 2 
6 
5 57 
5 54 
5 52 


Declination 
No. & So. 
8° 23' 42" 1 
8 1 53 
7 39 55 
7 17 61 
6 55 39 
6 33 20 
6 10 56 

5 48 25 

6 25 48 
5 3 6 
4 40 19 
4 17 27 
3 54 31 
3 31 30 
3 8 26 
2 45 17 
2 22 6 
1 58 51 
1 35 34 
1 12 14 
48 63 
25 30 
N. 2 5 
S. 21 20 

44 46 

1 8 12 
1 31 38 

1 55 3 

2 18 27 
2 41 50 


Age. 


Rises. 

H. M. 

Ilm41 
\a 11 

2 35 

3 47 

4 41 

5 15 
5 38 

5 52 

6 2 
6 11 
6 17 
6 23 
6 29 
6 34 
6 44 

6 57 

7 17 

7 51 

8 42 

9 57 
11 28 

\m 7 
2 47 

4 22 

5 57 
7 32 
9 7 

10 39 
0a 10 


Souths. 

H. M. 

3a 49 

4 41 

5 34 

6 27 

7 20 

8 11 

9 
9 46 

10 29 

11 11 
11 51 

0m31 
1 12 

1 55 

2 41 

3 31 
i 25 

5 23 

6 23 

7 24 

8 23 

9 19 

10 13 

11 4 
11 54 

0a 45 

1 36 

2 28 

3 23 


Sets. 

H. M. 
7a 44 
8 1 

8 26 

9 5 

10 1 

11 12 

0m31 
1 50 

3 8 

4 25 

5 41 

6 68 

8 16 

9 37 
11 3 

0a 29 
1 52 
3 4 

3 55 

4 30 

4 49 

5 3 
5 15 

5 23 

6 31 
5 40 

5 49 

6 5 
6 27 


Morn. 

H. M. 

4 59 

5 38 

6 22 

7 12 

8 17 

9 45 
11 13 

48 

1 28 

2 2 

2 32 

3 
3 26 

3 56 

4 26 

5 1 

5 40 

6 26 

7 28 

8 54 

10 31 

11 52 

19 

1 9 

1 52 

2 33 

3 11 

3 50 

4 29 


Even. 

H. 11. 

5 19 

5 58 

6 46 

7 43 
9 

10 30 

11 49 

26 

1 9 

1 46 

2 17 

2 47 

3 13 

3 41 

4 11 

4 45 

5 18 

6 2 
6 55 

8 7 

9 42 
11 17 

46 

1 31 

2 13 

2 52 

3 30 

4 10 
4 48 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 


Th 
Fr 

Sa 

s 

M 

Tu 
AV 
Th 
Fr 
Sa 
S 
M 
Tu 
AV 
Th 
Fr 
Sa 
S 
M 
Tu 
AV 
Th 
Fr 
Sa 
S 

M 
Tu 
W 

Th 
Fr 


Partridge sh. begins.... 
Lond. bur. 1666, 0.S... 


0' 





1 
1 
1 

2 
2 
2 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
5 
5 
6 
6 
6 
6 
7 
7 
7 
& 
8 
8 
9 
9 

9 


1" 
19 
38 
58 
17 
37 
57 
18 
38 
59 
20 
41 

2 
23 
44 

5 
26 
48 

9 
30 
51 
12 
33 
53 
U 
34 
54 
14 
34 
54 


5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
1 
2 
3 
4 


11/A Sun. after Trinity 












12th Sun. after Trinity 




Fisheries N. of Tweed 
(other than the Tay) 




\Zth Sun. after Trinity 




St Matthew Apostle .... 


S. en.Lib.2ft. 9m. a.... 
23 Day & Night equal 
14(A. Sun. after Trinity 




St Michael & all A ngels 
29 Michaelmas Day .... 
Tay rod fishing closes... 



CALENDAR FOR 1859-60. 



OCTOBER 1859. 



Sa 
S 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
Fr 
Sa 
S 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
Fr 
Sa 
S 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
Fr 
Sa 
S 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
Fr 
Sa 
S 
M 



D. H. M. MOON'S PHASES. 

Second Quarter 3 8 32 A. 

Full Moon 11 11 51 A. 



D. H. M. 

Last Quarter 19 5 43 m. 

New Moon 26 32 m. 



SUNDAYS, HOLIDAYS, 
&C. 



SUN. 



Tweed net fish. closes. 
15th Sun. after Trinity 
1 Pheasant shoot.begins 



16th Sun. after Trinity 
Michaelmas D. O.S.... 



Tweed rod fishing closes 
nth Sun. after Trinity 
St Luke the Evangelist. 



23S e«.Scorp.lO/.30mA 
18th Sun. after Trinity 



St Simon & St Jude. 



ISih Sun. after Trinity 
Hallow Eve 



Rises. 


Sets. ] 


H. M. 


H. M. 


6 17 


5 49 


6 19 


5 47 


6 21 


5 44 


6 23 


5 41 


6 25 


5 39 


6 27 


5 36 


6 29 


5 33 


6 31 


5 31 


6 33 


5 28 


6 35 


5 25 


6 37 


5 23 


G 39 


5 21 


6 41 


5 18 


6 43 


5 15 


6 45 


5 13 


6 47 


5 11 


6 49 


5 8 


6 51 


5 5 


6 53 


5 3 


6 56 


5 


6 58 


4 58 


7 


4 56 


7 2 


4 53 


7 4 


4 50 


7 6 


4 48 


7 8 


4 46 


7 11 


4 43 


7 13 


4 41 


7 15 


4 39 


7 17 


4 37 


7 20 


i 34 



Declination; 
South. 
3° 5' 11" 
3 28 30 

3 51 47 

4 15 1 

4 38 11 

5 1 18 
5 24 22 

5 47 21 

6 10 15 
6 33 5 

6 55 49 

7 18 28 

7 41 1 

8 3 27 
8 25 47 

8 48 

9 10 5 
9 32 » 
9 53 52 

10 15 33 
10 37 5 

10 58 28 

11 19 41 

11 40 43 

12 1 35 
12 22 16 

12 42 45 

13 3 3 
13 23 8 

13 43 

14 2 40 



Equation 
of Time. 

Clock 
after Sun. 



10' 13" 

10 32 

10 51 

11 9 
11 27 
11 45 



12 36 

12 52 

13 8 
13 23 
13 37 

13 52 

14 5 
14 18 
14 31 
14 43 

14 54 

15 4 
15 14 
15 24 
15 32 
15 40 
15 47 
15 54 

15 59 

16 4 
16 9 



MOON. 



Age. Rises. 



la 31 



Souths. 

H. M. 

4a 17 
5 12 



1 55 

3 26 

4 59 
6 32 

8 6 

9 38 
10 6 

0a 18 

1 8 

1 40 



9 48 

10 29 

11 10 
11 53 



0m 38 

1 27 

2 21 

3 18 

4 17 

5 17 

6 16 

7 11 



Sets. 

B. M. 

7a 1 
7 53 
9 O 

10 13 

11 33 

0m 52 

2 9 

3 25 

4 42 

6 1 

7 22 

8 45 

10 13 

11 38 
0a 55 

1 52 

2 30 

2 54 

3 9 



HIGH WATER 
AT LEITH. 



8 54 

9 43 

10 32 

11 23 
0a 14 
1 8 



Morn. 

H. M. 

5 8 

5 52 

6 42 

7 45 

9 11 

10 39 

11 49 
16 

51 

1 24 

1 55 

2 25 

2 56 

3 27 

4 1 

4 39 

5 21 

6 16 

7 22 

8 49 

10 19 

11 29 



41 

1 25 

2 1 

2 46 

3 24 

4 5 

4 47 

5 30 



Even. 

H. M. 

5 29 

6 16 

7 10 

8 26 

9 57 
11 15 

34 

1 8 

1 39 

2 11 

2 41 

3 11 

3 44 J 

4 20 

5 O 

5 47 

6 48 

8 3 

9 37 

10 58 

11 57 

19 

1 3 

1 44 

2 28 

3 5 

3 44 

4 26 

5 8 
5 54 



NOVEMBER 185 9. 



i). H. M. MOON'S PHASES. 

SecondQuarter 2 4 19 A. 

Full Moon 10 2 5 a-. 



SUNDAYS, HOLIDAYS, 
&C. 



SUN. 



Tu 
W 
Th 
Fr 
Sa 
S 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
Fr 
Ts» 
S 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
Fr 
Sa 
S 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
Fr 
Sa 
S 
M 

Tu| 
W 



A 11 Saints ; Hallowmas 



* Gunpowder Plot, 1G05 
20th Sun. after 'Trinity 



Prince of Wales 6.1841 



Martinmas — St Mart... 
Court of Session sits... 
21st Sun. after Trinity 



22d Sun. after Trinity. 

Prin. Royal b.1840 

S. en. Siifiit. 1h 12mA. 
Martinmas, O.S 



Advent Sunday. 



30 St Andrew Ap. 

Andermas 



Rises. 


Sets. 


H. M. 


H. St. 


7 22 


4 32 


7 24 


4 30 


7 26 


4 28 


7 28 


4 26 


7 29 


4 25 


7 31 


4 23 


7 34 


4 20 


7 36 


4 18 


7 38 


4 16 


7 40 


4 14 


7 42 


4 12 


7 44 


4 10 


7 46 


4 8 


7 49 


4 7 


7 51 


4 5 


7 53 


4 3 


7 55 


4 1 


7 57 


3 59 


7 59 


3 58 


8 1 


3 57 


8 3 


3 55 


8 5 


3 53 


8 7 


3 52 


8 9 


3 51 


8 11 


3 49 


8 13 


3 47 


8 15 


3 46 


8 17 


3 45 


8 19 


3 44 


„ 


3 43 



Declination 

South. 

14°22' 5" 

14 41 17 

15 14 
15 18 57 
15 37 24 

15 55 36 

16 13 32 
16 31 11 

16 48 34 

17 5 39 
17 22 27 
17 38 58 

17 55 10 
IS 11 3 

18 26 37 
18 41 52 

18 56 47 

19 11 22 
19 25 36 
19 39 29 

19 53 I 

20 6 11 
20 18 58 
20 31 24 
20 43 20 

20 55 5 

21 6 21 
21 17 13 
21 27 40 
21 37 43 



D. H. 31. 

Last Quarter 17 1 6 a. 

New Moon 24 1 43 a. 



Equation 
of Time. 

Clock 
after Sun. 



MOON. 



HIGH WATEU 
AT LEITH. 



16' 17" 

16 18 

16 18 

16 18 

16 16 

16 14 

16 12 

16 8 

16 3 

15 58 

15 52 

15 45 

15 37 

15 28 

15 18 

15 8 

14 56 

14 44 

14 31 

14 17 

14 2 

13 47 

13 31 

13 13 

12 55 

12 37 

12 17 



|Age. 

7 
S 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
1 
2 
3 
i 
5 
6 



Rises. 


Souths. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


2a 3 


5a 35 


2 16 


6 20 


2 27 


7 3 


2 35 


7 44 


2 42 


8 24 


2 48 


9 5 


2 54 


9 47 


3 2 


10 31 


3 13 


11 20 


3 30 




3 56 


0rol3 


4 36 


1 10 


5 38 


2 10 


6 59 


3 11 


8 32 


4 11 


10 7 


5 8 


11 39 


6 1 




6 51 


lroll 


7 39 


2 39 


8 26 


4 8 


9 14 


5 39 


10 4 


7 12 


10 57 


8 39 


11 51 


9 58 


0a 47 


10 58 


1 42 


11 39 


2 36 


0a 5 


3 26 


21 


4 13 


32 


4 57 



Sets. 

H. SI. 

9a 15 

10 33 

11 51 



1m 8 

2 24 

3 41 
5 



10 41 

11 45 
Ca 31 
58 



Morn. 

H. M. 

6 16 

7 14 

8 26 

9 44 

10 52 

11 46 
7 

45 

1 20 

1 54 

2 30 

3 6 

3 44 

4 28 

5 16 

6 14 

7 20 

8 34 

9 55 

10 58 

11 52 

16 

1 3 

1 49 

2 32 

3 11 

3 49 

4 29 

5 11 
5 53 



Even. 

H. St. 

6 42 

7 48 
9 4 

10 19 

11 20 

026 
1 3 

1 37 

2 12 
2 48 
3 
4 6 

4 51 

5 43 

6 45 

7 57 
9 17 

10 28 

11 28 

6" 40 

1 26 

2 11 

2 52 

3 30 

4 9 
i 50 

5 32 

6 15 



CALENDAR FOR 1859-60. 



■ 



DECEMBER 1859. 



D. H. M. MOON'S PHASES. 



Second Quarter 2 1 50 a. 

Full Moon 10 3 13 m. 



D. H. M. 

Last Quarter 18 9 15 a.. 

New Moon 24 5 47 m. 



SCXDATS, HOLIDAYS, 



2d Sunday in Advent.. 

10 Grouse, Blackcock; d 

Ptarmigan sh. ends. 

3d Sunday in Advent.. 

Hh Sunday in Advent.. 

St Thomas the Apostle... 
S en. Capr. Sh. 2m. M. 
22W. eom.-Shortest d. 

* Christmas Dav 

St Stephen the Mar 

St John Evangelist 

llolv Innocents' Dav... 



SUN. 



Rises. 

H. M. 

8 22 
8 23 
8 25 
8 27 
8 29 
8 30 
8 31 
8 32 
8 33 
8 35 
8 36 
8 37 
8 38 
8 39 
8 40 
8 41 
8 42 
8 43 
8 44 
8 45 
8 45 
8 46 
8 46 
8 47 
8 47 
8 47 
8 47 
8 47 
8 47 
8 47 
8 47 



Sets. 

H. M. 

3 42 
3 41 
3 40 
3 39 
3 39 
3 38 
3 38 
3 38 
3 37 
3 37 
3 36 
3 36 
3 36 
3 36 
3 36 
3 36 
3 36 
3 36 
3 36 
3 37 
3 37 
3 38 
3 38 
3 39 
3 39 
3 40 
3 41 
3 42 
3 43 
3 44 
3 45 



Declination 

South. 
21° 47' 21' 
21 56 34 



13 44 
21 41 
29 11 
36 15 
42 52 
49 2 
54 46 
3 
4 52 
9 14 
13 8 
16 34 
19 33 



I 22 5 

23 
I 23 

23 



24 6 

25 40 

26 46 

27 24 
27 34 
27 15 
26 27 
25 12 
23 28 
21 16 
18 36 
15 27 
11 51 

7 47 



MOON. 



Rises. 

H. M. 

Oa 42 
49 




1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
3 
4 
6 
7 

9 25 
10 56 



Om'JG 



8 49 

9 36 
10 7 
10 26 
10 39 
10 48 

10 57 

11 3 
11 10 



Souths. 

H. M. 

5a 39 
6 19 

6 59 

7 39 

8 22 

9 8 
9 59 

10 55 

11 55 



m 58 
2 1 



8 

8 50 

9 43 

10 37 

11 33 
Oa 27 

1 18 

2 7 



Sets. 

H. M. 

10a 49 



Om 3 

1 19 

2 36 

3 57 

5 22 

6 49 

8 17 

9 31 

10 25 

11 1 
11 22 
11 37 
11 47 
11 56 

Ca 4 
13 
22 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
7 
8 
9 
11 



HIGH WATER 
AT LEITH. 



Morn 

H. M. 

6 40 

7 33 

8 33 

9 41 

10 40 

11 36 



41 

1 25 

2 9 

2 51 

3 37 

4 25 

5 15 

6 8 

7 5 

8 7 

9 13 

10 20 

11 24 



48 

1 38 

2 22 

3 3 

3 41 

4 16 

4 54 

5 28 

6 6 
6 46 



Even. 

H. M. 

7 6 

8 2 

9 7 

10 12 

11 8 
11 59 

20 

1 3 

1 47 

2 30 

3 14 

4 1 

4 50 

5 41 

6 36 

7 36 

8 40 

9 47 

10 53 

11 54 

24 

1 13 

2 1 

2 43 

3 22 

3 59 

4 35 

5 11 

5 46 

6 26 

7 7 



JANUARY 1860. 



D. H. M. 

Second Quarter 1 10 48 

Full Moon 8 3 23 



JAOOX'S PHASES. D. H. it. 

Last Quarter 15 6 58 m. 

New Moon 23 17 m. 



p. H. M. 
Second Quarter. ..31 5 11 M. 



SU>T>AT=, HOLIDATS, 
&.C. 



♦Circumcision. 



:« 



Epiphany 

1st Sun. after Epiphany 



N. Years Day, O.S 

2d Sun. after Epiphany 



Sun en. Aq. Ih. 26m. a. 
3d -Sun . after Epiphany 



Conversion of St Paul.. 



ith Sun. afterEpiphanv 
* K.Char! I. mart 1649 



SUN. 



Rises. 
n. m. 

8 48 



8/47 
47 
8 46 
8 46 
8 45 



8 44 
8 44 
8 43 
8 42 
8 41 
8 40 
8 39 
8 37 
8 36 
8 35 
8 33 
8 32 
8 30 
8 29 
8 28 
8 26 
8 25 
8 23 
8 21 
8 19 
8 17 
8 16 
8 14 



Sets. ] 


H. M. 


3 46 


3 47 


3 48 


3 49 


3 50 


3 52 


3 53 


3 55 


3 56 


3 58 


4 


4 1 


4 3 


4 5 


4 7 


4 9 


4 11 


4 13 


4 15 


4 17 


4 19 


4 21 


4 23 


4 25 


4 27 


4 29 


4 31 


4 33 


4 35 


4 38 


4 40 



Declination 

South. 
23° 3'li" 
22 58 15 
22 52 49 
22 46 54 
22 40 33 
22 33 45 
22 26 30 
22 18 49 
10 42 

2 8 
53 9 
43 44 
33 54 
23 38 

12 58 
1 54 

50 25 
38 32 
21 16 

13 37 
35 

47 10 

33 23 
19 15 

4 45 
49 55 

34 43 
19 12 

3 21 
47 11 
30 42 



Equation 
of Time. 

Clock 
bef. Sun. 



37" 
5 
33 
1 
28 
55 
21 
47 
12 
37 
8 1 
8 25 

8 48 

9 10 
9 32 
9 53 

10 13 
10 33 

10 52 

11 11 
11 28 

11 45 

12 1 
12 16 
12 31 
12 45 

12 57 

13 9 
13 21 
13 31 
13 41 



Age. 

9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 



MOON. 



Rises. 

H. M. 

11m 17 
11 25 
11 35 
11 53 
0a 20 

1 3 

2 9 

3 37 

5 16 

6 57 
8 34 

10 6 



Dm 10 
2 42 

4 8 

5 31 

6 42 

7 34 



8 31 

8 47 

8 58 

9 7 



Souths. 
H. It. 

6a 15 

6 58 

7 46 

8 38 

9 36 

10 37 

11 41 



Om 44 
1 43 



39 

31 

20 

9 

58 
48 
39 

8 33 

9 27 

10 21 

11 13 
Pa 2 
48 



Sets. 


Morn 


H. 


M. 


H. M. 


On! 16 


7 29 


1 


35 


8 24 


2 


55 


9 27 


4 


21 


10 32 


5 


46 


11 40 


7 


7 


12 


8 


12 


1 4 


8 


57 


1 56 


9 


24 


2 44 


9 


42 


3 30 


9 


55 


4 15 


10 


4 


5 3 


10 


12 


5 52 


10 


21 


6 38 


10 


31 


7 28 


10 


43 


8 28 


11 


2 


9 37 


11 


28 


10 52 


0a 


11 




1 


10 


42 


2 


21 


1 30 


3 


41 


2 16 


4 


59 


2 53 


6 


17 


3 27 


7 


32 


3 58 


8 


46 


4 29 


10 





5 


11 


16 


5 30 

6 4 


0m35 


6 42 


1 


56 


7 26 



Even. 

H. M. 

7 54 

8 55 

9 59 
11 6 



39 

1 30 

2 20 

3 7 

3 53 

4 38 

5 27 

6 15 

7 3 

7 58 

8 59 

10 15 

11 30 

8 

1 6 

1 54 

2 35 

3 10 

3 43 

4 13 

4 45 

5 15 

5 47 

6 21 

7 4 
7 50 



CALENDAR FOR 1859-60. 





FEBRUARY 1860. 












o 

o 

1 


i 

o 

CS 






D. H. ST. 

7 2 35 51 
.... 13 6 50 A 


MOON'S PHASES. 

Second Quarter 


D. H. M. 

21 7 39 A 

29 7 55 A 






1 

STJXDAYS, HOLIDAYS, 
&C. 


SUN. 


Equation 
of Time. 


MOON. 


HIGH WATER 1 
AT LEITH. 


Rises. Sets. 


Declination 


bef. Sun. 


kge 


Rises. 

H. M. 
10m 17 

10 50 

11 42 

0a 59 

2 34 

4 15 

5 56 
7 34 
9 10 

10 45 

0m 18 
1 51 

3 19 

4 35 

5 32 

6 12 

6 38 

6 55 

7 6 
7 16 
7 23 
7 30 
7 37 
7 43 

7 52 

8 3 
8 20 
8 48 


Souths, j 

H. 11. 

7a 20 ] 

8 17 

9 19 

10 21 

11 23 

0m 21 

1 16 

2 9 

3 

3 50 

4 42 

5 34 

6 28 

7 23 

8 17 

9 9 
9 59 

10 46 

11 30 
0a 12 

52 

1 31 

2 11 

2 52 

3 35 

4 21 

5 11 

6 6 


Sets. 

H. M. 

3m 18 

4 42 

5 53 

6 47 

7 23 

7 44 

8 
8 11 
8 20 
8 29 
8 39 

8 51 

9 7 
9 30 

10 8 

11 3 
0a 10 

1 28 

2 46 

4 5 

5 21 

6 35 

7 49 
9 3 

10 21 

11 41 

lm 2 

2 23 


Morn. 

H. SI. 

8 21 

9 35 

11 4 

50 

1 44 

2 32 

3 16 

3 58 

4 42 

5 25 

6 8 

6 52 

7 45 

8 54 

10 24 

11 49 

27 

1 19 

2 1 

2 36 

3 6 

3 33 

4 1 
4 30 

4 58 

5 29 

6 4 
6 45 


Even. 1 

H. 51. 

8 55 

10 21 

11 42 

20 

1 19 

2 9 

2 55 

3 36 

4 20 

5 4 

5 45 

6 30 

7 18 

8 18 

9 36 1 
11 9 1 

57 | 

1 40 ! 

2 19 | 

2 51 

3 19 

3 47 

4 15 
i 44 

5 13 

5 46 

6 24 

7 13 


1 

2 
3 

4 

5 
6 

8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 


w 

Th 
Fr 

Sa 

S 
M 

Tu 
W 

? 
Fr 

Sa 

s 

M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
Fr 
Sa 
S 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
Fr 
Sa 
S 
M 
Tu 
W 


Fisk.N.qf Tweed open.. 
1 Par. <£ Pliea. sh. ends 


8 12 i 

8 in 
8 8 

8 6 

8 4 
8 2 
8 
7 59 
7 57 
7 55 
7 53 
7 50 
7 48 
7 46 
7 44 
7 41 


4 42 
4 41 
4 46 

4 48 

4 50 
4 52 i 
4 54 
4 57 

4 59 

5 1 
5 3 
5 6 
5 8 
5 10 
5 12 
5 14 


17° 13' 54" 
16 56 48 
16 39 25 

16 21 44 

16 3 47 

15 45 33 

15 27 2 

15 8 16 

14 49 15 

14 29 59 

14 10 28 

13 50 43 

13 30 44 

13 10 32 

12 50 7 

12 29 29 

12 8 40 

11 47 S3 

11 26 26 

11 5 3 

10 43 29 

10 21 45 

9 59 52 

9 37 59 

9 15 39 

8 53 20 

8 30 53 

8 8 19 

7 45 38 


13' 49* 

13 57 

14 4 

14 10 

14 16 
14 20 
14 24 
14 27 
14 29 
14 30 
14 31 
14 30 
14 30 
14 23 
14 25 
14 22 
14 19 
14 14 
14 9 
14 3 
13 56 
13 49 
13 41 
13 33 
13 24 
13 14 
13 4 
12 53 
12 42 


10 
11 

12 

13 

14 
15 
16 
17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

8 


2 Purification, or\ 

Candlemas \ 

Septuagesima Sunday . 








*Queen marr., 1840... 


Sexagesima Sunday... 










7 38 5 16 


19,S.ere.Pisces, t J/iU//i5r. 
Quinquagesima, or 


7 36 
7 33 
7 31 
7 29 
7 27 
7 24 
7 22 
7 20 
7 17 
7 14 
7 12 
7 9 


5 18 
5 21 
5 23 
5 25 
5 27 
5 30 
5 32 
5 34 
5 36 
5 38 
5 40 
5 43 




St Matthias the Ap 


Quadragesima — 1st 










MARCI 


[ 186C 


>. 












o 


o 
Q 




D 


. H. H. 

44 
9 8 


MOON'S 

A. 
51. 


PHASES. 


New 
Seco 


nd Quart 


D. H. SI. 

22 1 56 a. 

er 30 6 52 si. 






14 


SUNDAYS, HOLIDAYS, 

&c. 


SUN. 


Equation 
of Time. 

Clock 
bef. Sun. 


MOON. 


HIGH TYATEB 
AT LEITH. 


Rises. 

[ H. SI. 

7 I 
7 1 
6 59 
6 57 
6 54 
6 5k 
6 49 
6 46 
6 44 
6 41 
6 38 
6 36 
6 33 
6 SO 
6 23 
6 26 
6 23 
6 10 
6 17 
6 14 
6 12 
6 9 
6 6 
6 4 
6 1 
5 58 
5 56 
5 54 
5 51 
5 49 


Sets. 

H. M. 
5 45 
5 47 
5 49 
5 51 
5 53 
5 55 
5 57 

5 59 

6 2 
6 4 
6 6 
6 8 
6 10 
6 12 
6 14 
6 16 
6 18 
6 20 
6 22 
6 24 
6 26 
6 28 
6 30 
6 32 
6 34 
6 36 
6 38 
6 40 
6 42 
6 44 
6 46 


Declination 
So. & No. 
7°22'50* 
6 69 57 
6 36 57 
6 13 52 
5 50 42 
5 27 27 
5 4 8 
4 40 45 
4 17 18 
3 53 48 
3 30 15 
3 6 39 
2 43 2 
2 19 22 
] 55 41 
1 31 59 
1 8 16 
44 33 
s. 20 49 
ST. 2 53 

26 35 
1 50 16 

1 13 55 

1 37 32 

2 1 7 
2 24 39 

2 48 8 

3 11 33 
3 34 55 

3 58 12 

4 21 25 


Age 


Rises. 

H. M. 

9m31 

10 33 

11 57 
la 32 

3 13 

4 51 
6 29 

8 7 

9 44 
11 21 

0m56 

2 18 

3 25 

4 12 

4 42 

5 2 
5 16 
5 'to 
5 34 
5 41 
5 47 

5 53 

6 2 
6 13 
6 29 

6 53 

7 30 

8 23 

9 37 
11 4 


Souths. 

! H. M. 

7a 4 

8 4 

9 4 
10 2 

10 58 

11 52 

0m44 

1 36 

1 2 29 

3 23 

4 18 

5 15 

6 10 

7 4 

7 56 

8 43 

9 28 
| 10 10 

10 51 
! 11 31 
j 0a 10 

51 

1 34 

2 19 

3 8 

4 1 

4 57 

5 54 

6 52 

7 49 


Sets. 

H. 51. 

3m 37 

4 37 

5 20 

5 47 

6 4 
6 17 
6 27 
6 37 
6 46 

6 57 

7 12 

7 33 

8 8 
8 55 

10 

11 15 
0a33 
1 51 

3 8 

4 23 

5 36 

6 51 

8 8 

9 27 
10 48 

Oto 8 

1 25 

2 29 

3 15 

3 47 


Morn. 

H. 51. 

7 41 

9 1 

10 40 

34 

1 25 

2 10 

2 53 

3 33 

4 14 

4 55 

5 38 

6 23 

7 17 

8 23 

9 54 

11 25 
2 

56 

1 32 

2 5 

2 35 

3 3 
3 29 

3 59 

4 29 

5 2 

5 41 

6 27 

7 25 

8 46 


Even. 

H. M. 

8 16 

9 49 
11 25 

4 

1 

1 48 

2 32 

3 13 

3 54 

4 34 

5 16 

6 

6 48 

7 48 
9 8 

10 42 

31 

1 14 

1 50 

2 20 

2 50 

3 14 

3 44 

4 14 

4 45 

5 20 

6 4 
6 56 

8 

9 33 


1 

2 
. 3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 


Th 
Fr 
Sa 
S 
M 
Tu 
W 

Th 


Tice>-dN.andR.Fish.op. 
1 StDavid,Abp.d.544.. 


12' 30" 

12 17 

12 4 

11 51 

11 37 

11 23 

11 8 

10 53 

10 37 

10 22 

lu 5 

9 49 

9 32 

9 15 

8 58 

8 41 

8 23 

8 6 

7 48 

7 30 

7 12 

6 53 

6 3i 

6 17 

5 58 

5 40 

5 21 

5 3 

4 45 

4 26 

4 8 


9 

10 
11 
12 

13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 


2d Sunday in Lent 








9 Fr 

in Sa 

11 S 

12 M 

13 . Tu 

14 ; W 

15 j Th 

16 Fr 
_ 17 Sa 












20 Court of Ses. rises.. 
18 Prs. Louisa b. 1848 


18 
19 
20 

21 

23 
_ 24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 


s 

M 

Tu 
W 
Th 
Fr 
Sa 
S 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 


20Day and Night equal 
S. en. Aries, Uhom M.. 
20 Spring commences. 






5th Sunday in Lent 

25 Annun. — Lady Day 






30 1 Fr 
r 31 1 Sa 













CALENDAR FOR 1859-60. 



13 



APRIL 1860. 



1 


S 


2 


M 


3 


Tu 


4 


W 


5 


Th 


fi 


Fr 


7 


Sa 


8 


S 


9 


11 


10 


Tu 


11 


W 


12 


Th 


13 


Fr 


14 


Sa 


15 


S 


16 


M 


17 


Tu 


18 


W 


19 


Th 


20 


Fr 


21 


Sa 


22 


S 


23 


M 


24 


Tn 


25 


W 


26 


Th 


27 


Fr 


28 


Sa 


29 


S 


30 


M 



D. H. M. MOON'S PHASES. D. H. m. 

Fall Moon 5 10 A. New Moon 21 5 45 m. 

Last Quarter 13 1 34 M. Second Quarter 28 2 36 a. 



SOTDATS, HOLIDAYS, 
&C 



Palm Sunday 

* Good Friday 

Pr. Leopold b. 1853 .... 

Easter Sunday 

Easter Monday 

Easter Tuesday 

10 Conven.of R. Burghs 
[meets. 

Prs. Beotiice b. 1857... 
Low Sunday 

Sun en. Taur. 9/« 9m a. 

2d Sun. after Easter ... 
St George 

St Mark, Evang 

25 Prs. Alice b. 1843... 

3d Sun. after Easter.... 



STJN. 



Rises. 


Sets. ] 


H. M. 


H. M. 


5 46 


6 48 


5 43 


6 50 


5 40 


6 52 


5 33 


6 54 


5 35 


6 56 


5 32 


6 58 


5 30 


7 


5 27 


7 2 


5 25 


7 4 


5 22 


7 6 


5 20 


7 8 


5 17 


7 10 


5 15 


7 12 


5 12 


7 15 


5 10 


7 17 


5 7 


7 19 


5 5 


7 21 


5 2 


7 23 


5 


7 25 


4 57 


7 27 


4 55 


7 29 


4 52 


7 31 


4 50 


7 33 


4 48 


7 35 


4 45 


7 37 


4 43 


7 39 


4 41 


7 41 


4 38 


7 42 


4 36 


7 44 


4 34 


7 46 



Declination 
North. 
40 44' 33" 
5 7 36 
5 30 34 

5 53 25 

6 16 11 

6 38 50 

7 1 22 
7 23 47 

7 46 5 

8 8 15 
8 30 17 
8 52 10 

13 55 
35 31 
56 57 
18 14 
39 20 

17 
21 2 
41 36 

1 5S 



Equation 

of Time. 

Clock bef. 

& aft. Sun, 



42 7 
1 53 
21 26 
40 46 
59 52 
18 44 
37 22 
55 46 



Age, 



3' 50" 
3 32 



56 
40 
25 
bef. 10 
aft. 5 
20 
34 



48 

1 1 
1 14 
1 26 
1 38 

1 50 

2 1 
2 12 
2 22 
2 31 
2 41 
2 49 
2 58 



MOON. 



Rises. 



H. 



M. 



Od 40 

2 16 

3 52 
5 28 

7 4 

8 43 

10 19 

11 49 



\m 7 
2 4 
2 42 
5 

22 
33 
42 
50 
56 
4 
12 
22 
37 
57 
31 
21 
30 



8 51 

10 22 

11 53 

la 28 



Souths. 

H. M. 
8a 44 
9 37 

10 29 

11 20 



0ml3 
1 7 



8 49 

9 29 
10 8 

10 49 

11 31 
0a 16 
1 5 

1 57 

2 52 

3 50 

4 47 



Sets. 

H. II. 

im 7 
4 23 
4 3t 
4 43 
4 52 



5 4 

5 17 

5 35 

6 3 

6 47 

7 48 

8 59 

10 17 

11 38 
0a 55 

2 10 

3 23 

4 38 

5 53 

7 12 

8 33 

9 55 
11 14 



0m 22 



1 48 

2 12 



HIGH WATER 
AT LEITH. 



H. M. 

10 24 

11 43 

14 

1 

1 43 

2 26 

3 8 

3 49 

4 31 

5 14 

6 
6 54 

8 

9 20 

10 41 

11 44 
12 

53 

1 26 

1 57 

2 28 

3 

3 32 

4 5 

4 44 

5 27 

6 18 

7 23 

8 39 
10 7 



11 5 



37 

1 22 

2 4 

2 48 

3 29 

4 9 

4 53 

5 37 

6 27 

7 27 

8 38 

10 6 

11 16 



33 

1 10 

1 42 

2 12 

2 44 

3 16 

3 48 

4 24 

5 5 

5 51 

6 49 

7 58 
9 24 

10 40 



MAY 1860. 



D. H. M. 

Full Moon 5 7 2 51. 

Last Quarter 12 7 16 a. 



MOON'S PHASES. 



New Moon 

Second Quarter. 



D. H. M. 

20 6 46 A. 

27 8 4 a. 



StTXDATS, HOLIDAYS, 
&C. 



St Philip & St James ... 
1 Pr. Arthur b. 1850.. 

Uh Sun. after Easter .. 

Court of Session sits ... 
Rogation Sunday 

Whitsunday Term 

Ascen. Day — Holy Thr. 

Sun. after Ascension... 
20 S.en.Gem. 9ft 13mA. 

24 * Q. Victoria b. 1819. 
Gen. Assembly meets ... 
Prs. Helena b. 1846.... 

Whitsunday-Pentecost 
27\Vhitsun.Term,O.S. 
* K. Ch. II. restored 
[1660 



STJN. 



Rises, 

H. M. 

4 32 

4 3) 

4 28 

4 25 

4 22 

4 19 

4 17 

15 

13 

11 

Id 

8 

6 

4 

2 



3 59 

3 57 

3 55 

3 53 

3 52 

3 50 

3 49 

3 48 

3 47 

3 45 

3 44 

3 42 

3 41 

3 40 

3 39 



Sets. 

H. M. 

7 48 
7 50 
7 52 
7 55 
7 57 

7 59 

8 1 
8 3 
8 5 
8 7 
8 8 
8 10 
8 12 
8 14 
8 16 
8 18 
8 29 
8 21 
8 23 
8 25 
8 26 
8 28 
8 29 
8 31 
8 33 
8 35 
8 36 
8 38 
8 39 
8 40 
8 42 



Declination 

North 

15° 13' 54" 

15 31 48 

49 26 

6 49 

23 55 

40 46 

57 19 

13 36 

29 36 
45 18 

43 
15 50 

30 38 
45 8 
59 18 
13 10 
26 42 

39 55 
52 47 

5 19 
17 30 
29 21 

40 51 
51 59 

2 46 
13 10 
23 13 
32 54 
42 12 
51 8 
59 41 



Equation 
of Time. 

Clock 
aft. Sun. 



MOON. 



Age, 



3' 


5" 


11 


2a 59 


3 


12 


12 


4 32 


3 


19 


13 


6 7 


3 


25 


14 


7 43 


3 


30 


15 


9 17 


3 


35 


16 


10 41 


3 


40 


17 


11 51 


3 


44 


18 




3 


47 


19 


0m37 


3 


49 


20 


1 7 


3 


51 


21 


1 25 


3 


53 


22 


1 39 


3 


54 


23 


1 50 


3 


54 


24 


1 57 


3 


54 


25 


2 4 


3 


53 


26 


2 11 


3 


51 


27 


2 20 


3 


49 


28 


2 29 


3 


46 


29 


2 43 


3 


43 


30 


3 2 


3 


39 


1 


3 28 


3 


35 


2 


4 16 


3 


30 


3 


5 19 


3 


25 


4 


6 39 


3 


19 


5 


8 8 


3 


13 


6 


9 39 


3 


6 


7 


11 11 


2 


59 


8 


0a 42 


2 


52 


9 


2 13 


2 


44 


10 


3 44 


2 


35 


11 


5 18 



Souths. 

H. M. 

9a 9 
10 

10 52 

11 46 



Dm 44 

1 42 

2 41 

3 37 

4 29 

5 18 

6 3 

6 45 

7 26 



8 45 

9 27 
10 11 

10 58 

11 50 
0a 45 



8 43 

9 36 



HIGH WATER 
AT LEITH. 



2 


59 




3 


9 


29 


3 


21 


1 17 


3 


36 


2 3 


4 


3 


2 47 


i 


38 


3 29 


5 


31 


4 11 


6 


42 


4 50 


8 





5 42 


9 


19 


6 33 


10 


37 


7 30 


11 


53 


8 33 


la 


9 


9 46 


2 


22 


10 46 


3 


37 


11 39 


4 


54 


3 


6 


i:. 


41 


7 


36 


1 20 


8 


58 


1 57 


10 


11 


2 34 


11 


9 


3 12 


11 


4!i 


3 51 

4 34 


0ml6 


5 23 





:-;.") 


6 13 





47 


7 19 





58 


8 27 


1 


8 


9 38 


1 


17 


10 39 


1 


26 


11 36 



Morn 

H. M. 

11 12 



Even. 

H. M. 

11 38 
4 

53 

1 41 

2 26 

3 8 



3 50 

4 33 

5 19 

6 7 

7 1 

8 1 

9 13 

10 17 

11 15 



22 

1 

1 39 

2 15 

2 53 

3 31 

4 12 

4 58 

5 48 

6 46 

7 52 
9 2 

10 9 

11 9 










A TABLE OF SIMPLE INTEREST 


i 














AT FOUR, FOUR AND A HALF, AND FIVE PER CENT, FROM ONE DAT TO ONE TEAR INCLUSIVE. 








Note. For two per cent, take the half of four per cent ; for two and a half per cent, take the half of five 


per cent ; for thi 


ee 


per cent, take three-quarters of four per cent; and for three and a 


half per cent, 


take off one-eighth from four per cent. 




















IDay. 


4 per 


cent. 


4J per cent. 


5 per 


cent. 


5 Days. 


4 per cent. ] 4J per 


cent. 


5 per cent. 


Principal. 


£ 


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d. 


/. 


£ s. d. f. 


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s. 


d. f. 


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r- 


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s. 


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6 


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17 


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4 Days. 1 


























8 Days. 1 


























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1 








1 











2 


3 











1 


1 








1 


3 





2 








2 











3 


4 











1 


1 








2 


4 





3 








3 








1 





5 











2 


2 








2 


5 


1 








1 











1 


I 


6 











2 


2 








3 


6 


1 








1 


1 


n 





1 


2 


7 











2 


3 








3 


7 


1 


1 





1 


2 








1 


3 


8 











3 


3 








1 


8 


1 


2 





1 


3 








2 





9 











3 


10 








1 


9 


1 


3 





2 











2 


1 


10 








1 





10 








1 1 


10 


2 








2 


1 








2 


2 


20 








2 





2 1 








2 2 


20 


4 








4 


2 








5 


1 


30 








3 





3 2 








3 3 


30 


6 


1 





7 











7 


3 


40 


1) 





4 





4 2 








5 1 


40 


8 


1 





9 


1 








10 


2 


50 








5 


1 


5 3 








6 2 


50 


10 


2 





11 


3 





1 


1 





100 








10 


2 


11 3 





1 


1 


100 


1 9 





1 


11 


2 





2 


2 


1 


200 





1 


9 





1 11 2 





2 


2 1 


200 


3 6 





3 


11 


1 





4 


4 


2 


250 





2 


2 


1 


2 5 2 





2 


8 3 


250 


4 4 


2 


4 


11 








5 


5 


3 


1 1000 





8 


9 





9 10 1 





10 


11 2 


1000 


17 6 


1 


19 


8 


2 


1 


1 


11 






INTEREST TABLE— Continued. 



9 Days. 



Principal. 

£1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

20 

30 

40 

50 

100 

200 

250 

1000 



10 Days. 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

20 

30 

40 

50 

100 

200 

250 

1000 



20 Days. 1 



6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

20 

30 

40 

50 

100 

200 

250 

1000 



4 per cent. 



£ s. d. f. 
















2 

2 

4 

7 

9 

11 

1 11 

3 11 

4 11 



19 8 






1 
1 















10 

1 1 



4 4 

5 5 

1 1 11 





1 

1 

2 

2 

3 

3 

4 

4 

5 



10 

1 3 



2 2 
4 4 
8 9 
10 11 
2 3 10 



4J per cent. 



s. d. f. 










1 
2 
2 1 
2 2 
5 1 
7 3 

10 2 

1 1 1 



1 1 

1 2 

3 





5 per cent. 



s. d. f. 









8 

11 

1 2 

2 5 
4 11 
6 1 
4 7 




30 Days. 



Principal. 
£1 



10 
20 
30 
40 
50 
100 
200 
250 
1000 



3 
4 
5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

20 

30 

40 

50 

100 

200 



6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

20 

30 

40 

50 

100 

200 

250 

1000 



4 per cent. 



£ s. d. f. 
3 



1 11 

2 7 



13 
16 
3 5 













1 





II 



6 
13 
16 
3 6 



1 




1 4 

2 

2 8 

3 4 





1 
2 
3 
4 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 

16 

1 4 



9 2 

7 

4 3 





9 2 



1 12 

2 



4} per cent. 



5. d 




(I 








8 

1 5 

2 2 
2 11 
3 8 
7 4 
14 9 
18 5 
3 13 11 



3 














8 

9 



15 
18 
3 15 



1 

8 10 
9 



1 7 

1 16 

2 5 
4 10 
9 

11 5 
45 



5 per cent. 



£ s. d. /. 

3 













(I 









8 

16 

1 
4 2 



1 1 

2 2 

5 1 

6 2 
2 1 








10 

1 8 

2 6 

3 4 

4 2 









8 4 

16 8 

1 10 
4 3 4 



8 

9 




o 





o 






















8 

9 

10 

1 

1 10 

2 
2 10 
5 

10 
12 10 
50 













A TABLE, 

Showing the number of Days in one Month, to the same Day in any other Month. 



From 


.Ian. Feb. Mar. April. May. June. July, Auk. Sept. Oct." Not. Bee. 


365 | 31 | 59 | 90 | 120 | 151 | 181 | 212 | 243 | 273 | 304 | 334 




334 | 365 | 28 | 59 | 89 | 120 | 150 | 181 | 212 | 242 j 273 j 303 


March 


306 j 337 365 | 31 | 61 | 92 | 122 | 153 | 184 | 214 j 245 | 275 




275 | 306 | 334 | 365 | 30 | 61 | 91 | 122 | 153 | 183 | 214 | 244 




245 | 276 | 304 | 335 | 365 | 31 | 61 | 92 j 123 j 153 j 184 j 214 




214 j 245 | 273 | 304 | 334 j 365 j 30 | 61 | 92 j 122 j 153 j 183 


July 


184 | 215 | 243 | 274 j 304 j 335 | 365 | 31 j 62 j 92 j 123 | 153 




153 | 184 | 212 | 243 | 273 | 304 | 334 | 365 j 31 | 61 j 92 j 122 




122 | 153 | 181 | 212 | 242 | 273 | 303 | 334 | 365 | 30 | 61 | 91 




92 | 123 j 151 j 182 | 212 j 243 | 273 j 304 j 335 j 365 | 31 j 61 




61 | 92 | 120 | 151 | 181 | 212 | 242 | 273 | 304 | 334 j 365 | 30 






31 | 62 j 90 | 121 | 151 | 182 j 212 | 243 | 274 | 304 j 335 | 365 







16 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF STREETS AND 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF STREETS AND PUBLIC 
PLACES IN TOWN AND COUNTRY, 

WITH REFERENCE TO THE MAP. 

Those marked thus * are situated in Leith. 



A 
Abbeyhill I 7 

Abbeyhill house J 8 

Abbey mount J 8 

Abercromby place... F 8 

Adam street H 6 

* Admiralty street. ...I 13 

Ainslie place D 8 

♦Albany street H 13 

Albany street G 8 

Albyn place E 8 

Alison place I 11 

♦AUanfield H 18 

Allan street D 9 

Alva street D 7 

Anchorfield G 14 

Ann street D 8 

Annan dale street ...H 9 

Annfield G 14 

Antigua street H 9 

Archibald place F 5 

Argyle square G 6 

Arniston place H 3 

Arthur lodge I 3 

Arthur street H 6 

♦Assembly street . ...J 13 

Atholl crescent D 6 

Atholl place C 6 

B 
*Bainfield C 4 

♦Baltic street J 13 

Bangholm bower. ...E 12 

Bangholm farm E 12 

♦Bank place H 13 

Bank street F 7 

Barony street G 9 

♦Bath street K 12 

♦Bathfield H 14 

Baxter place H 9 

Beaumont place H 5 

Beaver hall G 10 

Bedford street D 9 

Bellfield D 13 

Bell's mills B 7 

Bellevue crescent. ..G 9 

♦Bernard street J 13 

Blacket place I 3 

Blacket place, East.. I 3 

Blackford house G 1 

Blairstreet G 6 

Blanfield G 11 

Blenheim place H 'j 

Bonnington — 

♦Bank H 11 

Brae Gr 12 

Bridge G 12 

Grove G 12 

Lodge F 12 

Park F 13 

Road G 11 

Boroughmuirhead. .D 2 

♦Bower hall I 12 

"Bowling-green st...I 12 

Brandfield place C 5 

Brandon street F 9 

Bread street E 6 

•Bridge street I 13 



Bristo street G 5 

Broughton hall G 10 

Broughton park G 10 

Broughton place ....G 9 
Broughton street. . . . G 9 

Brownsquare G 6 

Brown street H 5 

Brunswick street ...E 9 
Brunswick street... H 9 

Brunton terrace I 8 

Bruntsfield house... E 3 
Bruntsfield links. ...E 4 
Bruntsfield place ...D 3 

Buccleuch place G 5 

Buceleuch street. ...H 4 
♦Burns street J 11 

C 

Caltonhill G 8 

Calton street G 8 

Calton, low G 7 

Cameron bank K 1 

Cameron house K 2 

Candlemaker row...G 6 

Canaan bank E 1 

Canaan cottage E 2 

Canaan grove E 2 

Canaan house E 1 

Canaan lane D 1 

Canaan lodge E 1 

Canaan park F 1 

Canaanville E 2 

Canonmills F 10 

Canon street F 10 

Canongate H 7 

Canongate, N.bk. of H 7 
Canongate, S.bk. of H 6 

Cargilfield D 12 

Carlton street D 9 

Carlton terrace I 8 

Carnegie street H 5 

Cassell's place I 12 

Castle barns D 6 

Castle street E 7 

Castle terrace E 6 

Catherine bank G 13 

Catherine street G 8 

Causeway side H 2 

Cellarbank J 2 

Chamberlain road.. .D 3 

Chance lot F 12 

Chapel street G 5 

Charles street G 5 

Charlotte place D 7 

Charlotte square D 8 

Charlotte street E 7 

♦Charlotte street J 12 

Cherry bank F 14 

Church hill D 2 

Church lane E 8 

Cheyne street D 9 

Circus, royal E 9 

Circus place, N.E...E 9 
Circus place, N.W...E 9 
Circus place, S.E....E 9 
Circus place, S. W...E 8 

'Citadel street I 13 

Claremont crescent G 10 



Claremont place E 9 

Claremont street. ...E 9 
Claremont street. ...G 9 

Clarence street E 9 

Clarendon crescent C 8 

Clark's mills F 10 

Clearburn K 2 

Clock Mill house.... J 7 

Clyde street G 8 

♦Coalhill I 13 

Coates C 7 

Coates crescent D 7 

Coates, west C 6 

*Coburg street I 13 

College street, N. ...G 6 

College street, S G 6 

Colmton road A 1 

Coltbridge A 6 

Comely bank C 9 

Comely green J 8 

♦Commercial place.. I 13 
♦Constitution street J 12 

Cottage place F 14 

*Couper street I 13 

Cowgate G 6 

Craigie terrace I 3 

Crichton street G 5 

Croftanrigh J 8 

♦Cromwell street I 13 

Crosscauseway H 5 

Crown street I 11 

Cumberland street.. E 9 
Cumberland st., N..E 8 

D 

Dalkeith road I 2 

Dairy house B 5 

Dairy lane C 5 

Dalrymple place.. ..H 5 

Danube street; D 9 

Darnaway street E 8 

David street H 5 

Dean park A 8 

Dean street D 9 

Dean terrace D 8 

Deanhaugh street. ..D 9 

Denham green E 12 

Dewar place D 6 

Dick place G 2 

♦Dock street I 13 

Doune terrace... D 8 

Downie place E 5 

Drumdryan E 4 

Drummond place ...F 9 

Drummond street...G 6 

Drumsheugh lane...C 7 

Dublin street G 8 

Duke street G 8 

♦Duke street I 12 

Dumbiedykes H 6 

Dunbar street E 5 

♦Duncan place J 11 

Duncan street F 9 

Duncan st., New. ...H 3 

Dundas street F 8 

E 
Easter road J 10 



Echo bank J 2 

Edge hill B 8 

♦Elbe street J 13 

Elderstreet G 8 

Elizafield G 13 

Elm row H 9 

Erskine place D 7 

Eyre place F 9 

F 

Falcon hall D 1 

Fettes row F 9 

Fingal place G 4 

Fleshmarket G 7 

Forres street E 8 

*Fort street H 13 

Forth street G 9 

Fountainbridge D 5 

Frederick street F 7 

G 
Gardner's crescent.. D 5 

Gayfield house G 9 

Gayfield place H 9 

Gayfield square H 9 

George place I 10 

George square G 5 

George street E 8 

♦George street G 14 

Giftbrd place H 4 

♦Giles street I 13 

Gilmour place D 4 

Gilmour place, Up...D 4 

Glanville place E 9 

Glenfinlas street D 8 

Gloucester place. .. .E 8 

♦Glover street J 11 

Golden acre D 12 

♦Golf house J 11 

Gorgie cottage A 3 

Gorgie mains A 3 

Goshen D 1 

Graham street F 5 

Grange bank D 2 

Grange house G 2 

Grange loan H 2 

Grange park F 2 

Grange road G 3 

Grange toll H 2 

Grange, West G 2 

Grauton D 4 

Grassmarket F 6 

Gray street H 2 

Gt. Junction street H 13 

Grecian cottage E 14 

Greenhill cottage. ...E 3 
Greenhill garden.... E 3 

Greenhill house D 3 

Greenside place G 8 

Greenside row H 7 

Greenside street G 8 

Grove street D 6 

H 

Haddington place. ..H 9 

Hamilton place E 9 

Hamilton street I 2 

Hanover street F 7 



PUBLIC PLACES IN TOWN AND COUNTRY. 



Hailes street E 4 

Hart street G 9 

•Hawk hill K 10 

Hayirtarkct, C 6 

Henderson row E 9 

Henry place I 4 

Henry street I 4 

Hercles street H 5 

Heriot buildings I 10 

Heriot mount H 5 

Heriot kill F 10 

Heriot row E 8 

Hermitage place ....D 9 
'Hermitage place ...J 11 
Hermitage house.. K 11 

iigh riggs E 5 

High street G 7 

iillhousefield H 12 

lill place H 6 

Hillside crescent. . . . H 9 

Hill street E S 

Home street E 5 

Hope crescent H 9 

Hope park G 4 

Hope street B 7 

Hope street H 13 

Hope street I 12 

Horse wynd G 6 

Howard place E 10 

Howe street E 8 

Hunter square G 7 

Huntly street F 10 

I 

India place B 8 

India street E 8 

Infirmary street G 6 

Ingliston street H 6 

Inverleith house. ...D 10 

Inverleith place E 11 

Inverleith row E 11 

Inverleith terrace... E 10 

J 

Jamaica street E 8 

* Jam aica street G 13 

♦James place K 12 

James street H 10 

James street, E G 8 

James street, N G 8 

James street, S G 8 

•Janefield place J 11 

Jessfield G 14 

•John's place J 12 

Jordan bank D 1 

Jordan burn D 1 

♦Junction street I 13 

K 

Keir street F 6 

Kerr street E 9 

King's stables E 6 

King street, Great.. .F 9 

King street, Little... G 8 

♦Kirkgate J 12 

L 
LadyLawson's wyd.E 5 

lAnark road A 3 

larkfield B 12 

Lauder road G 3 

Lauriston lane F 5 

Lauriston place F 5 

Lauriston street E 5 

Laverock bank F 14 

ljuvnmarket F 6 

♦Leithfort H 13 

♦Leith mount H 13 

Leith street G 8 

Leith walk H 9 

Leopold place H 9 

Leven street E 4 

Lexmount F 13 

Lochend K 9 

Lochend loch K 9 

Lochend road J 11 

Lochrin B 4 

Logie green F 10 

London road I 8 



London street G 9 

Lothian road E 6 

Lothian street G 6 

Lover'slane G 3 

Lynedoch place B 8 

MAC 

Macdowall street ...H 7 

Macnab street H 4 

M 

♦Madeira place H 13 

♦Madeira street H 13 

Main point E 6 

Maitland place D 7 

Maitland place F 14 

Maitland street F 14 

Maitland street, W..C 6 

Malta terrace D 9 

Manor place C 7 

Mansfield G 9 

Mansion House road G 3 

Market street G 7 

Maryfield J 9 

Mary place D 9 

Mayfield E 13 

Mayfield terrace I 2 

Mayfield toll I 1 

Meadowbank 

Meadow bauk place F 4 

Meadows F 4 

Melville crescent C 7 

Melville place D 7 

Melville street C 7 

Merchiston bank ....G 2 

Merchiston castle ...C 2 

Merchiston, north...B 4 

Mid-Calder road A 4 

Middleby street H 2 

Milnbank E 1 

Milton house I 7 

Minto street I 2 

Mireside B 1 

Mireside, new C 2 

Mireside, old B 1 

♦Mitchell street J 13 

Model buildings H 10 

Montague street H 4 

Montgomery st H 9 

Montpellier J 3 

Morayplace B 8 

Moray street H 10 

Moreland cottage ...F 1 

Morningside D 1 

Morningside, east...D 1 

Morningside house B 1 

Morningside place.. .C 1 

Morrison street C 6 

♦Morton street J 12 

Mound F 7 

Mound place F 7 

Myrtle bank E 13 

N 

Napier terrace D 2 

Nelson street F 8 

Netherbow H 7 

Newbank E 12 

Newbattle terrace. ..B 2 

Newington H 3 

Newington house. ...I 3 

Newington place.... H 3 

New street H 7 

Ne w W. approach . . . . E 6 

Nicolson square G 6 

Nicolson street H 5 

Nicolson street, W. . . G 5 

Niddry street G 6 

North bridge G 7 

Northfield G 13 

Norton place J 8 

Norton place, W J 8 

Nottingham place ... H 7 



Park street G 5 

Parkside street H 4 

Physic gardens G 7 

Picardy place G S 



Pilrig house H 10 

Pilrig street H 10 

Pitt street F 9 

♦Pitt street H 12 

Pleasance H 5 

Ponton street B 5 

♦Poplar lane K 12 

Port Hamilton B 5 

Port Hopetoun E 5 

Portland place E 5 

Potterrow G 5 

Powderhall, E G 11 

Powderhall, W G 11 

Preston street H 4 

Prestonfield house K 3 

•Primrose street J 11 

Princes street E 7 



♦Quality street J 13 

Queensberry house. . I 7 

Queen street E 8 

Queensferry road.... A 8 

Queensferry street.. B 7 

Queen's place I 12 

R 

Raeburn place B 9 

Randolph crescent B 8 

Rankeillour street. . H 4 

♦Regent street H 13 

Regent terrace I 8 

Register street G 8 

Register street, W...G 8 

Richmond place H 5 

Richmond streets, 

E., W., N., & S...H 5 

Riego street E 5 

Romilly place B 6 

Rosebank G 13 

Rosebauk H 11 

Rosebank I 2 

Rosehall I 3 

Rose park B 12 

Rose street E 7 

Royal crescent F 9 

Royal terrace H 7 

Roxburgh place H 6 

Roxburgh street.... H 6 

Roxburgh terrace... H 6 

Rutland square B 7 

Rutland street B 7 

ST 

St Andrew square.. F 8 

St Andrew street. ...G 8 

♦St Andrew street... I 13 

St Ann's brae K 8 

St Anthony's place B 6 

St Bernard's cresc.B 9 

St Bernard's row. ...B 9 

St Colme street B 8 

St Cuthbert'slane...B 6 

St Bavid street F 8 

St James square G 8 

St James street G 8 

St John's hill H 6 

St John street H 7 

St Leonard's H 5 

St Leonard's street H 4 

StMary'swynd H 6 

St Patrick square... H 5 

StPeterfield G 14 

St Roque F 1 

St Stephen's street E 9 

St Vincent street. ...E 9 



♦Salamander street K 13 

Salisbury green I 3 

Salisbury place H 3 

Salisbury road I 3 

Salisbury street H 5 

♦Sandport street I 13 

Saunders street B 9 

Saxe Coburg place.. B 9 

Scotland street F 9 

Semplestreet B o 

Shakspeare square.. G S 



17 

Shandwick place. ...B 7 

Sheriff brae I 13 

♦Shore J 13 

Shrub hill H 10 

Shrub place H 10 

Sidney lodge E 2 

♦Silverfield I 12 

Silvermiils E 9 

Simon square H 5 

Smith's place I 11 

♦Spence place I 12 

Springfield I 11 

Stafford street B 7 

Stanwell lodge H 12 

Star bank F 14 

Stewartfield G 11 

Stewart's green E 2 

Stewart street B 8 

Summerhall H 4 

T 

Tanfield E 10 

Tapphall G 12 

Teviot row G 5 

Thistle street F 8 

Thomas street C 6 

♦Thomson's place. ..J 11 

Thornlybank E 5 

Tipperlin C 1 

Tobago street B 6 

Tolbooth wynd I 13 

Toll cross E 5 

Torphichen C 6 

•Trafalgar lane H 13 

Trinity E 13 

Trinity cottage E 12 

Trinity crescent E 14 

Trinity grange E 13 

Trinity green E 13 

Trinity grove B 13 

Trinity hut B 13 

Trinity lodge E 14 

Trinity mains E 13 

Trinity villa E 13 

U 

Union canal B 3 

Union place G 8 

Union street G 9 

V 

Vennel F 6 

Viewbank E 14 

Viewfield B 12 

Viewforth place B 3 

View park E 3 

W 

Walker street B 7 

Wardie B 14 

Waverley bridge G 7 

Warriston E 11 

Warriston crescent F 10 

Warriston, East F 12 

Watergate I 7 

♦Water lane J 13 

Waterloo place G 8 

•Wellington place... J 12 
♦Wellington street.. G 13 
Wellington street. ...E 5 

Wemyss place E 8 

West bow F 3 

Westport E 6 

Whalebank G 14 

Whale brae G 14 

Wharton house F 5 

Wharton lane F 5 

Wharton place F 5 

Whitehouse C 6 

Whitehouse E 2 

Whitehouse toll B 6 

Williamfield G 14 

William street C 7 

Windmill street G 5 

Windsor street H 9 

Woodburn E 9 

Wright's houses E 4 

B 



18 

Y 

*Yardheads I 12 

Young street E 8 

York place G 8 



COUNTY LIST. 

A 

Abercorn kirk A 10 

Addiston B 11 

Almondell B 10 

Almond river A 11 

Arniston house D 14 

Arniston mains D 14 

Arthur's seat B 13 

Auchindinny bri. ...D 13 

Auchindinny ho D 13 

Auldcathie A 10 

B 

Balerno C 11 

Balleny C 12 

Bankhead C 11 

Bankton B 15 

Barnton house A 12 

Beechwood B 12 

Bellfield C 10 

Bellfield A 13 

Bevelaw C 11 

Bevelaw burn C 11 

Birch hill C 11 

Blackford B 13 

Blackhall A 12 

Blackhill B 13 

Blinkbonny D 13 

Blinkbonny C 12 

Bog hall C 13 

Bonally C 12 

Bonally ponds C 12 

Bonnyrig C 14 

Bonnyton house B 11 

Bonnyton, W B 11 

Borthwick castle.. ..D 15 

Bowbridge C 13 

Braid B 13 

Branston B 14 

Broken briggs C 13 

Broomflat B 10 

Broxburn B 10 

Burdiehouse C 13 

Burnbogle castle.. ..A 11 

Burnwynd C 11 

Bush C 13 

C 

Calderhall C 10 

Cameron bridge B 13 

Carberry B 15 

Carolina park A 12 

Carrington D 14 

Carrington manse. ..D 14 

Catstane A 11 

Caw burn B 10 

Chester hill C 15 

Cleekem inn B 14 

Clermiston B 12 

Clermiston A 12 

Cilfton B 10 

Cliftonhall house.. ..B 11 

Cockburn castle C 11 

Cockenzie A 15 

Cocklaw B 11 

Cockpen kirk C 14 

Cockrig D 11 

Colinton B 12 

Colinton house B 12 

Coltbridgc B 12 

Comely bank A 12 

Compensation pond C 12 

Contcntibus C 10 

Corstorphinc B 12 

Cousland C 15 

Cowdea C 15 

Craigcrook B 12 

Craig hall B 14 

Craigie hall A 11 

f'raigleith B 12 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OP STREETS AND 



Craiglockhart ho. ...B 12 

Craigs B 13 

Craigton A 10 

Cramond bridge A 12 

Cramond house A 12 

Cramond island A 12 

Cranston kirk C 15 

Crawlie spring C 13 

Crichton castle D 15 

Crichton kirk D 15 

Currie C 12 

Currie hall C 11 

Cutelbuck A 11 

D 

Dalhousie castle C 14 

Dalhousie mains C 14 

Dalkeith C 14 

Dalkeith palace C 14 

Dalmahoy house B 11 

Dalmeny kirk A 11 

Dalmenypark A 11 

Dairy B 13 

Dander hall B 14 

Davidson's mains ...A 12 

Dolphingston B 15 

Dolphingston A 11 

Dreghorn house C 12 

Drum B 14 

Drumore house B 15 

Dryden C 13 

Drylaw A 12 

Duddingston B 13 

Duddingston castle A 10 
Duddingston, East.. B 14 
Duddingston mills.. B 14 

Dundas castle .....A 11 

Duntervie castle A 10 

Dykeneuk C 14 

E 

EastCalder C 10 

East Camp B 10 

Easter Cowden C 15 

Easter Faside B 15 

East House C 15 

EastPentland C 13 

Edgehead C 13 

Edmonston B 14 

Edmonston house...B 13 

Eight-mile burn D 12 

Eldin C 14 

Ellieston B' 10 

Elphingston B 14 

Elphingston tower B 14 

Esk bank C 14 

Esk river B 14 



Firth D 13 

Fisherrow B 14 

Ford C 15 

Fordel C 15 

Fox hall B 11 

Fushie bridge D 15 



Gallowshall toll C 14 

Gilmerton B 14 

Gilmerton place C 14 

Glencorse kirk C 13 

Glendoven B 10 

Glen Esk C 13 

Gogar B 11 

Gogarbank B 11 

Gogar burn C 10 

Gogar house B 11 

Gogar mount B 11 

Gogar, Nether B 11 

Gorebridge D 15 

Gorgie B 12 

Gorgie mills B 12 

Grange B 13 

Granton house A 12 

Granton pier A 13 

Greenend B 13 

Greenlaw D 13 

Guile, North B 12 

Guile, South B 12 



Hailes B 12 

Hallyards B 11 

Harden-green C 14 

Hare hill D 12 

Harmony C 11 

Harvieston D 15 

Hawthornden C 13 

Haugh B 10 

HabbiesHow D 12 

Hermiston B 12 

Holyrood palace B 13 

Houghhead C 11 

House of Muir C 11 

Hopetoun house A 10 

Howgate C 13 

Humbie A 11 

Hunter's tryst C 13 

Hutton B 11 

I 

Inch Garvie A 11 

Inch Garvie house. .B 13 

Inghs green B 12 

Ingleston B 11 

Inveresk B 14 

Inverleith house ....A 12 



Jock's Lodge B 13 

Joppa B 14 

K 

Karnes C 11 

Kilpunt B 10 

Kinleith C 12 

Kirkhill B 10 

Kirkhill D 14 

Kirkliston A 11 

Kirknewton C 10 



Larbour B 12 

Larchgrove C 11 

Lasswade C 14 

Laurieston castle. . . A 12 

Learielaw B 10 

Leith A 13 

Lenney Port B 12 

Lennox castle C 12 

Lexmount A 13 

Liberton B 33 

Liberton Dams B 13 

Linburn B 11 

Little France B 14 

Little Vantage inn.. .C 10 

Loanhead C 13 

Lochend B 11 

Lochend A 13 

Lochhouse B 13 

Logan house C 12 

Logan Wr C 12 

Long Crichton C 15 

Long Dalhousie C 14 

Long Dalmahoy C 11 

Long Law C 15 

Lugton C 14 

Lunatic asylum B 13 

M 

Malleny C 12 

Malleny C 11 

Mavis bank C 13 

Meadowfield B 12 

Meadowbank house C 11 
Merchiston castle ...B 13 

MidCalder C 10 

Midfield B 15 

Midfield cottage C 14 

Midhope A 10 

Millburn tower B 11 

Milton A 11 

Milton mill B 14 

Milton mill C 13 

Monkton hall B 14 

Moredun B 13 

Morningside B 13 



Muirhouse A 11 

Musselburgh B 14 

N 

Newbattle C 14 

Newbattle abbey ....C 14 

Newbigging A 11 

Newbigging park ...D 13 

Newbridge B 11 

Newhailes B 13 

Newhalls A 11 

Newhaven A 12 

Newland C 15 

Newliston house B 10 

Newmill C 11 

New Saughton .......A 11 

Newton B 14 

Newton grange C 14 

Newton kirk B 14 

Newtown C 14 

Niddi-y B 10 

Niddry castle B 10 

Niddrymill B 14 

North Esk C 14 

Norton B 11 

O 

Ormiston hill C 10 

Oxenford castle C 15 

P 

Pampherston B 10 

Parkhiil D 14 

Park house B 12 

Pathhead C 15 

Penicuick D 13 

Penicuick house D 12 

Pentland, East C 13 

Pinkie B 14 

Pirnie hill C 11 

Polton ,.C 14 

Portobello B 14 

Powburn B 13 

Powder mills D 13 

Preston B 15 

Prestongrange B 15 

Prestonpans A 15 

R 

Ratho B 11 

Rathohall B 11 

Ravelrig C 11 

Red craigs B 15 

Redhall B 12 

Redhaugh B 12 

Reservoir C 12 

Restalrig A 13 

Riccarton house B 12 

Roberton house B 12 

Roman Camp C 12 

Roman Camp C 15 

Rosewell C 14 

Roslin C 13 

Roslin castle C 13 

Roslin chapel C 13 

Royston A 12 

Rullion green D 12 

ST 

St Catherine's B 13 

St Clement's wells 

Distillery B 15 

S 

Saughtonhall B 12 

Saughton house B 12 

Seafield A 13 

Shank D 14 

Sherriffhall C 14 

Shield B 10 

Silverburn D 12 

Slateford B 12 

Smeaton toll B 14 

South Esk D 14 

South Queensferry..A 11 

Springfield A 10 

Springfield C 14 

Spylaw B 12 



PUBLIC PLACES IN TOWN AND COUNTRY. 



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Steel's hospital A 15 

StobMU D 14 

Stonehouse B 13 

Stonedykehead B 13 

Stonebank B 14 

Straiton C 13 

T 

The Cainies C 13 

The Cot D 12 

The Moat C 13 

Tranent B 15 

Tyne, W C 15 

U 
Union Canal B 10 

V 

Vogrie C 15 

W 

Wallyford toll B 15 

Wardie A 13 

Water of Leith A 13 

Water of Leith D 10 

WestCraigs B 11 

Whitehill D 14 

Winchburgh A 10 

Woodhall C 12 

Woodhouselee ho. ...C 12 



BANKS, POST OFFI- 
CES, HOTELS, CAB- 
STANCES, CITY OM- 
NIBUS AND COUN- 
TRY COACH OFFI- 
CES, RAILWAY STA- 
TIONS, AND TELE- 
GRAPH OFFICES. 

BANKS. 

Bank of Scotland.... F 7 

British Linen Com- 
pany, 36 St An- 
drew's square F 8 

City of Glasgow, 12 
Hanover street. ...F 7 

Clydesdale, Royal 
Exchange G 7 

Commercial Bank of 
Scotland F S 

National Bank of 
Scotland, 42 St 
Andrew's square.. F S 

Royal Bank of Scot- 
land G S 

Union Bank of Scot- 
land, Parliament 
square G 6 

POST OFFICES. 

GENERAL POST OFFICE, 
EDINBURGH, WATERLOO 
PLACE. 

RECEIVING-HOUSES IN ED- 
BURGH. 

2 Canongate H 7 

21 Castle street E 7 

10 &11 Charlotte stE 7 

10 Clerk street H 4 

231 Cross (High st) E 7 
6 Deanhaugh st 

(Stockbridge)D 9 

3 Duke street G 8 

2 Elm row H 9 

32 Fountainbridge D 5 

116 Grassmarket....F 6 

49 Hanover street. . F 8 

1 Howard street.. F 10 

1 India street E 8 

128 Lauriston 

54 London street... G 9 
21Nicolsonst H 5 

2 Pitt street F 9 



PILLAR AND OTHER LET- 
TER BOXES IN EDIN- 
BURGH. 

Bristo Port, beside 
New North Free 
Church 

Bruntsfield place, 
Montpelier D 3 

Canongate, opposite 
New street H 7 

Dean bridge, oppo- 
site Lynedoch pi. D 8 

Grange, opposite 
Cemetery gate G 3 

High street, corner 
of South bridge, 
East side G 6 

Howe st, corner of 
Northumberland 
street E 8 

Pleasance, head of 
Carnegie street ...H 5 

Princes st, opposite 
National gallery... F 7 

Queen st, corner of 
North Charlotte stE 8 

Railway termini, in 
station office, 

Wav erley bridge. . G 7 

Regent road, head 
of Abbey Mount... J 8 

Trinity, north end of 
Inverleith row....E 11 

West Maitland st, 
corner next Hay- 
market C 6 

Whitehouse loan, 
Grange loan E 2 

OUT-BOUNDS RECEIVING 
HOUSES. 

8 Arniston place . . . H 3 

Bonnington C 12 

Granton pier A 13 

Morningside D 1 

Newington 

RECEIVING HOUSES IN 
LEITH. 

3 Fyfe place 

1 Junction st, S 

13 Sandport street. ..I 13 
Exchange build- 
ings (box) 



HOTELS, INNS, AND 
TEMPERANCE HO- 
TELS. 

HOTELS. 

Alma, 87 Princes st E 7 
Ball's, 83 Princes st E 7 
Bridge, 1 Princes st E 7 
British (Barry's) 70 

Queen street E 8 

Cafe Royal, 1 Regis- 
ter place 

Caledonian, 1 Castle 

street E 7 

Caledonian Com- 

mer., Lothian rd..E 6 
Clarendon, 104 Prin- 
ces street E 7 

Clark, Miss, New- 
haven A 13 

Crawford, James, 43 

George street E 8 

Crown, 10 Princes st E 7 
Crown and Anchor, 

2 High terrace G 8 

Donald, J., 67N.br. G 7 
Douglas's, 35 St An- 
drew's square F 8 

Dow, Mrs William, 

3 Hill place H 6 

Elder, Mrs, 9 S. St 

David street 

Granton, Granton pr A 13 
Graham's, 8 Prin- 
ces street E 7 



Greliche's, 100 Prin- 
ces street E 7 

Hadley, MrsR.,10S. 
St Andrew street 

Hull, M., Granton...A 13 

Kay, R., Union, 4 
Lothian road E 6 

Kennedy,T.,WardieD 14 

Larnach, Mrs, Cale- 
donian, 2 St Cuth- 
bert's glebe 

London, 2 St An- 
drew's square F 8 

Mackay's, 91 Princes 
street E 7 

Meikles, Wellington, 
13 Leith street terG 8 

National, 8 W. Regis- 
ter street 

New Ship, 20 Shore 
Leith J 13 

Old Ship, 28 Shore, 
Leith J 13 

Prince of Wales, 44 
W. Register street 

Queen's, 131 Princes 
street E 7 

Regent, 14 Waterloo 
place G 8 

Robertson, Mrs A., 
24 Market street.. G 7 

Royal, The, 53 Prin- 
ces street E 7 

Ship, 7 East Register 
street 

Star, 36 Princes st..E 7 

Steventon, J. C, 23 
George street E 8 

Swan's, 4 Albyn pi. 

Thomson's, H., 17 
S. bk. Canongate H 6 

Turf, 3 Princes st...E 7 

Veitch, James, 120 
George street E 8 

Waterloo, 24 Water- 
loo place G 8 

Waters', 12 St An- 
drew square F S 

Wilson's N. B., 21 
Princes street E 7 

Young's New Royal, 
1 8 Princes street. . E 7 

INNS. 

Cochrane's, H., Hay- 
market C 6 

Scott, Mrs M., Pea- 
cock, Newhaven.A 13 

Wool Pack, 14 Bristo 
street G 5 

TEMPERANCE HOTELS. 

Adair's, 219 High st G 7 

Albion, 28 St James's 
square 

Aitken's, 104 High 
street G 7 

Bruce's Glasgow, 35 
Leith street G 8 

Buchanan's, 114 
High street G 7 

Burden's, 129 High 
street G 7 

Edinburgh, 5 Nic- . 
olson street H 5 

Erskine's, 12 S. St 
David street 

Japp's, 3 S. St. An- 
drew street 

Johnston's, 20 Wa- 
terloo place G S 

May, Mrs, 170 High 
street G 7 

Milne's, 24 Green- 
side street G 8 

Queen's, 71 Princes 
street E 7 

Waverley, R. Cran- 
ston, 43 Princes 
street E 7 



CAB STANCES. 

Atholl crescent D 6 

Caledonian railway 

terminus D 6 

Canonmills 

College street, S., 

and Forrest road G 6 
County Hall, and 

Tron Church G 7 

Gayfield square H 9 

Union place G 8 

George street E 8 

Lynedoch place D 8 

Newington 

Pitt street F 9 

Scotland street F 9 

Princes street, East 

and West end E 7 

Queen street, East 

and West end E S 

Railway station, 

Waverley bridge. . G 7 
St Mary's Church,... 

Stockbridge 

Tollcross & Lochrin E 5 



CITY OMNTBTTSSES, 

AND COUNTRY COACH 

OFFICES. 

CITY OMNIBUSSES. 
COUNTRY COACH OFFICES. 

General, 4 Princest., 
to Blyth bridge, 
Bilston, Corstor- 
phine, Greenlaw, 
Dalkeith, Dun- 
fermline, Inver- 
keithing, Lass- 
wade via Loan- 
head, • Loanhead, 
Musselburgh, Por- 
tobello, Peni- 
cuick, S. Queens- 
ferry, Ratho, 
Blackshiels, Path- 
head E 7 



RAILWAY STATIONS 
AND TELEGRAPH 
OFFICES. 

RAILWAY STATIONS. 

Caledonian, Lothian 
road E 6 

Edinburgh and Glas- 
gow, and North 
British, Waverley 
bridge G 7 

Edinburgh, Perth, 
and Dundee, Wav- 
erley bridge G 7 

and foot of Scot- 
land street F 9 

Leith, Commercial 
street, Leith I 13 



JUDICIAL, GOVERN. 
MENT AND OTHER 
PUBLIC OFFICES. 

COURTS, AND DAYS HELD. 

Bailie and Seques- 
tration for the 
city, every Friday 
at 12 City Cham- 
bers, Royal Ex- 
change G 7 

Burgh Ten-merk, 
every Monday at 
10, for deciding 
claims for sums 



20 

not exceeding ten 
merks Scots, or 
lis. l£d., and ser- 
vants' wages to 
any amount, City 
Chambers, Eoyal 

Exchange G 7 

Chancery G 7 

Commissary G 7 

Excise Licensing, 
first Tuesday of 
May, and last 
Tuesday of Octo- 
her, and for ap- 
peals, about a 
fortnight there- 
after G 7 

Justiciary, High G 7 

Police G 7 

Road, every second 
and fourth Tues- 
day of each month, 
at 11 a.m., County 

Buildings G 7 

Session 

Sheriff, Tuesday and 
Thursday, at 10 
o'clock, County 

Buildings G 6 

and at Leith, Tues- 
day, at 10 a.m., 
Court Room, Con- 
stitution street.... J 12 
Small Debt Court, 
city and county, 
of the city, every 
Mondayat 10 a.m., 
in City Chambers, 
Royal Exchange.. G 7 
Justice of Peace for 
County of Edin- 
burgh, every Mon- 
day, at II a.m G 7 

Sheriff, for County 
of Edinburgh, 
every Wednesday 
and Friday, at 10 
a.m., County 

Buildings G 7 

and for the Leith 
district, every 
Tuesday, at 10 
A.M., Sheriff 

Court, Constitu- 
tion street, Leith J 12 

DALKEITH COURTS. 

Sheriff Circuit, 

small debt, third 
Thursday of each 
month, at 11 a.m.,0 14 

Justice of Peace, 
last Thursday of 
each month, at 11 

A.M 

LEITH COURT. 

Admiral and Bailie. 



CITY, SESSION, AND 
SHERIFF CLERKS', 
AND RECORDER'S 
OFFICES, CITY PAV- 
ING, AND OTHER 
BOARDS. 

CLERKS. 

City, Conveyancing, 
Council, and De- 
pute Judicial De- 
partment, City 
Chambers, Royal 
Exchange G 7 

Commissary, and 
Consistorial, Par- 
liament square ...G 6 

Session, for Canon- 
gate, 163 Canon- 
gate H 7 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF STREETS ASD 



Session, for St Cuth- 
bert's, 14 Lothian 
Road E 6 

Session and Regis- 
tration, for district 
of St Giles, City 
Chambers, Royal 
Exchange G 7 

Sheriff Clerk, Coun- 
ty Hall G 6 

Sheriff Clerk of 
Chancery, Parlia- 
ment square G 6 

RECORDERS. 

Council, 10 Royal 
Exchange G 7 

For Calton, 21 Cal- 
tonhill G 8 

For Canongate, 163 
Canongate H 7 

For Greylriars, up- 
per gate 

For Newington and 
Buccleuch bury- 
ing ground H 4 

For St Cuthbert's 
W. Church 

BOARDS. 

City Paving, 39 
George street E 8 

Police, Police Cham- 
bers 

Prison, General, for 
Scotland, 97 
George street E 8 

City of Edinburgh 
Parochial G 5 

South Leith, Pa- 
rochial 



GAS, WATER, 
WEIGHTS AND MEA- 
SURES. TAX AND 
POOR RATES OFFICES. 

Gas, Edinburgh, 25 
Waterloo place . ...G 8 
and 115 Constitu- 
tion street, Leith.. J 12 

Gas, Edinburgh and 
Leith, 8 George 

street E 8 

and 10 Baltic st., 
Leith J 13 

Water, 23 Princes st. E 7 

Weights and Mea- 
sures, Writers' 
Court 

TAX AND POOR RATES. 

Annuity, 12 Royal 
Exchange G 7 

Land and assessed, 
for city and coun- 
ty, No. 6, and 
Inland Revenue, 
No. 10, Waterloo 
place G 8 

Property and In- 
come for city and 
county, No. 6, 
Waterloo place ...G 8 

POOR RATES. 

Canongate, 163 

Canongate H 7 

City, 4 Forrest road 
West Church, 1 Rut- 
land street, D 7 

CITY CHAMBERS. 

10 Royal Exchange G 7 
Accountants, Cham- 
berlains, City Clerks, 
Conveyancing, and 



Council, and Depute 
City Clerks Judicial, 
Departments, Procu- 
rator Fiscal's, Public 
Works, Session Clerks, 
and Registration for 
District of St Giles. 

REGISTER HOUSE ....G 8 

Accountant to the 
Court of Session, Bill 
Chamber, Chancery, 
Edictal Citation, Ex- 
tractors, Fee Fund 
Court of Session, Gene- 
ral Records, Great Seal 
Jury Clerks, Justici- 
ary, Lyon, Privy Seal, 
Register of Deeds and 
Protests, Register of 
Homings, Sasine, Sig- 
net, Tiend. 

HEAD POLICE OFFICE. 

Clerk of Courts, Collec- 
tors, and Surveyors, 
Inspector of Lighting 
and Cleaning, Lieu- 
tenant's and Board 
Room, Magistrates' 
Room, Procurators 
Fiscal of Police, Ser- 
geants' Room, and 
Criminal Department, 
Streets, Buildings, and 
Drainage Depart- 

ments, Superinten- 
dent of Watching, Sur- 
geon of Police. 

FIRE-ENGINE STATIONS 
AND POLICE OFFICES. 

(Those marked * are 
police offices.) 
*Head, 192 High st., 
*174 Fountainbridge 

*1 St Leonard's 

*Stockbridge 

East Rose st. lane 
Leith, Constitution 

street J 12 

(Have no fire-engines.) 
*23 S. St James's st 
*Foot of Leith Walk 

MISCELLANEOUS OFFICES. 

Accountant in 

Bankruptcy, 10 
Great King street F 9 

Adjutant General's 

21 Young street.. .E 8 
Assay, 98 N. bridge G 6 
Auditor's, 14 Royal 

Exchange G 7 

Barrack, Castle E 6 

Billet Waster, Police 

Chambers 

Chamber of Com- 
merce, 1 1 Mel- 
bourne place, 
Geo. IV. bridge ...G 6 
Church of Scotland, 

22 Queen street. ..E 8 
Crown Agents, Par- 
liament square ... G 6 

Dean of Guild, 
Royal Exchange.. G 7 

District Paymaster, 
46 Hanover street F 7 

Exchequer, Parlia- 
ment square G 6 

Free Church, 58 
Frederick street.. F 7 

Gazette, 13 N. Bank 
street 

Government Emi- 
gration, 17 S. St 
David street 



Heriot's, Geo., Hos- 
pital, 1 1 Royal 
Exchange G 7 

Herring Fishery, 
Royal Institution, 
Mound 

Joint Stock Com- 
pany Registra- 
tion, Exchequer, 
Parliament sq G 6 

Justice of Peace, and 
Bailie for Canon- 
gate, Canongate 
Courtroom H 7 

Justice of Peace for 
City, 10 Royal Ex- 
change G 7 

Justice of Peace for 
County, County 
Hall G 6 

Northern Lights, 48 
George street E 8 

Ordnance Survey, 11 
Melbourne place, 
Geo. IV, br G 8 

War Department, 
Castle and Leith 
Fort 

Passport, 3 City 
Chambers, Royal 
Exchange G 7 

Permit, 5 South 

College street G 6 

and Custom-house 
Leith J 13 

Police, County, 

County Buildings G 6 

Public Works (Her 
Majesty's), Ex- 
chequer, Parlia- 
ment square G 6 

Regalia Office, Royal 
Exchange G 7 

Royal Engineers, 16 
Pitt street F 9 

Trustees for Manfac- 
tures, Royal Insti- 
tution, Mound F 7 



LEITH PUBLIC OFFICES. 

Collectors, 110 Con- 
stitution street... .J 12 

Commercial List, 2 
Bernard street J 13 

Council Chambers, 
107 Constitution st J 13 

Custom-house J 13 

Harbour Master, 
foot of Shore J 13 

Permit, Custom-ho. J 13 

Police, 18 Charlotte 
street J 12 

Poor Rates (N. Leith) 
6S Constitution st. J 13 

Poor Rates (S. Leith) 
59 Constitution st. J 13 

Post Office, 103 Con- 
stitution street... .J 13 

Recorder's (S. Leith) 
69 Constitution st J 13 

Session Clerk (N. 
Leith), 40 Bridge 
street I 13 

Session Clerk (S. 
Leith), 69 Consti- 
tution street J 13 

Sheriff Clerk's, 18 
Charlotte street ...J 12 

Shipping, Merchant 
Marine, 60 Tol- 
boothWynd I 13 

Shore Dues, Custom- 
house J 13 

Town Clerk's, 107 

Constitution st J 13 

| Transport, 42 Ber- 



nard street J 13 



PUBLIC PLACES IN TOWN AND COUNTRY. 



21 



CHURCHES AND 
CHAPELS IN EDIN- 
BURGH. 

The Church of Scotland — 
Buce!euch, Chapel 

street G 5 

Caaongate, Canon- 
gate H 7 

Dean. Dean C 8 

Gaelic, Argyle sq. 

Greenside, Blen- 
heim place H 8 

Greyfriars, Ne\v...F 

Greyfriars, Old ...F 6 

HighChurch, High 
street G 7 

Lady Tester's, In- 
firmary street. ..G 6 

Mominffside, Morn- 
ing-ide D 1 

New Street, New- 
street H 5 

Newington, Clerk 
street H 7 

Old Church, High 
st G 7 

St Andrew's, 

George street ...E 8 

St Bernard's, Clare- 
montst. West...E 9 

St Cuthbert's, 
Lothian road. ...E 6 

St David's, Gard- 
ner's crescent.. .D 5 

St George's, D 7 

St John's, Vic- 
toria street F 6 

St Luke's, Young 
street E 8 

St Mary's, Belle- 
vue crescent.... G 9 

St Stephen's, St 
Yincentstreet...E 9 

Tolbooth Kirk, 
High street G 7 

Trinity College. ...H 7 

Tron Church, High 
street G 7 

West St Giles, 

Hiyh street G 7 

The Free Church of Scot- 
land- 
New College, 
Mound nlace....F 7 

Buccleuch, West 
Crosscausey . . . . H 5 

Canongate, John 
Knox's, corner 
of Xetherbow..H 7 

Chalmers' Terri- 
torial Church, 
West port E 6 

Dean C 8 

Fountainbridge, 
FountainbridgeD 5 

Gaelic, Castle ter. 

Greyfriars, Keir 
street F 6 

High Church, 
Mound place . ... 

Holyrood, Chapel J 7 

Lady Glenorchy's, 
Greenside pi G 8 

Davie street H 5 

Morningside, 
Morningside D 1 

New North, For- 
rest road G 6 

Newington, Clerk 
street H 4 

Piirig, Pilrig st...H 10 

Roxburgh, Hill 
square H 6 

St Andrew's, 

George street ...F 8 

St Bernard's, 

Henderson row.E 9 



St Cuthbert's, 
Castle terrace... E 6 

St David's, Morri- 
son street D 6 

St George's, Lo- 
thian road D 7 

St John's, John- 
stone terrace ...F 6 

St Luke's, Queen 
street E 8 

St Mary's, Barony 
street G 9 

St Paul's, St 
Leonard's st..,.H 4 

St Stephen's, 
Wemyss pi E 8 

TerritorialChurch, 
Pleasance H 6 

Tolbooth, N. St 
Andrew sq F 8 

Tron Church, High 
street, Commer- 
cial Bank c< >urt G 7 
United Presbyterian 
Church — 

Arthur Street, 
Pleasance H 6 

Bristo Street, 
Bristo street G 5 

Broushton Place, 
Broughton pl....G 9 

Infirmary Street 
Infirmary st G 6 

James's Place, 
James'spl G 8 

Lauriston place... F 5 

Lothian Road, 
Lothian road.. „E 6 

Newington, Dun- 
can street H 3 

Nicolson Street, 
Nicolsonst H 5 

North Richmond 
Street H 5 

Portsburgh, Ven- 
nel F 6 

Potterrow, Potter- 
row G 5 

Rose street, Rose 
street E 7 

Stockbridge 

Union Church, 

Bread street E 6 

Scottish Episcopal 
Church — 

St Columba's, 
Johnstone ter- 
race F 6 

St George's, York 
place G 8 

St James's, 

Broughton R....G 9 

St John's Prin- 
ces street E 7 

St Paul's, York pi. G 8 

St Paul's, Carrub- 
ber's close, High 
street G 7 t 

St Peter's, Rux- 
buigh street. ...H 6 | 

Trinity, Deanbr..D 8 
English Episcopal 
Chapel — 

St Thomas's, Rut- 
land place D 7 

New Church of Eng- 
land — 

St Vincent street. E 9 
Baptist — 

Bristo St, Bristo 
port G 5 

Dublin Street, 
Dublin street ...G 8 

Min'o House, 
Argyle sq G 6 

Rose Street, West 
Rose street E 7 

Tabernacle, Leith 
walk H 9 



Richmond Court 

Chapel. Ricn- 

rnond st., or pi. 3 6 

Congregationalist — 

Albany Street, 

Broughton st. . . . G 9 
Brighton Street, 
Brighton street, 
off Lothian st...G 6 

George IV. Br G 6 

Richmond Place, 
head of Adam 

street H 5 

Wesleyan Methodist — 
Nicolson Square, 

Nicolson sq G 6 

Synod of Original 
Seceders — 
Adam Square, S. 

bridge G 6 

(Not in connexion with 
Synod.) 
Lauriston Street, 

Lauriston st E 5 

Roman Catholic— 
St Mary's, Brough- 
ton street G 8 

St Patrick's, 260 

Cou-gate G 6 

Reformed Presbyterian 
Church — 
Lady Lawson's 

Wynd E 5 

Glassites — ■ 

Barony street G 9 

Society of Friends — 

Pleasance, No. 74. H 5 
Unitarian — 

St Mark's, Castle 

terrace E 6 

The New Church— 
(Signified by the New 
Jerusalem in Revela- 
tion.) 

6 Infirmary st G 6 

Jews' Synagogue — 
North Richmond 
street H 5 

CHURCHES AND 
CHAPELS IN LEITH. 
The Church of Scotland— 

Newhaven, New- 
haven F 14 

North Leith, Ma- 
deira street H 13 

So. Leith, Kirkg...J 12 

St Thomas's, She- 
riff brae I 13 

The Free Church of 
Scotland — ■ 

Junciion road, 
Junction road.. I 12 

Mariner's church, 
Dock street I 13 

Newhaven, New- 
haven F 14 

North Leith, 
Bank place H 13 

So. Leith, John's 
place J 12 

St John's, Consti- 
tution street J 12 

United Presbyterian 
Church — 

Junction road, 
Junction road... I 12 

Kirkgate, Kirkg...I 12 

North Leith, Co- 
burg street 

St Andrew's pi., 
Links I 12 

Episcopalian — 

Leith, Constitu- 
tion street J 12 

Trinity E 12 

Baptist — 

Constitution st. ...J 12 



Wesieyan Methodist — 
Duke St.. Leitn., 
Duke otreet J 13 

Roman Catholic— 
St Marie's J 12 



CEMETERIES AND 

CHURCHYARDS. 

Calf on burying-gr...I 8 

Dairy cemetery B 

Dean do B 7 

Grange do F 2 

Newington do J 2 

Rosebank do H 11 

Warriston do F 11 



GARDENS, PARKS, 
AND WALKS. 
Allotment gardens .0 9 
Arthur seat, back of 

Salisbury crags. ...I 5 

Bellville park K 7 

Botanic gardens E 11 

Bruntsfield links. ...E 4 

Calton hill H 8 

Duke's walk K 7 

Horticultural gard..E 10 

King's park J 7 

Leith links T 12 

Meadows F 2 

Princes st. gardens E 7 

Do. Public F 7 

Radical road and 

Salisbury crags.. ..I 5 
Victoria new road.. ..I t 
Zoologicalgardens...G 10 



MARKETS, MONU- 
MENTS, STATUES, 
HALLS, AND ROOMS. 

MARKETS. 

Broughton G 9 

Cattle C 5 

Edin. fruit, flesh, 

and vegetable G 7 

Leith 

South side H 5 

Stockbridge E & 

MONUMENTS AND STATUES. 

Burns H 1 

Dugald Stuart H 8 

Duke of York F 6 

Pari of Hopetoun ...G 8 

George IV F 8 

Martyrs G 8 

Melville F 8 

National H 8 

Nelson's H 8 

Playfair H 8 

King Charles II., 

Parliament sq G 6 

Scott's F 7 

Watt's, Adam sq., 

South bridge G 6 

Wellington G 8 

HALLS AND ROOMS. 

Archers' hall G S 

Assembly hall F (> 

Assembly rooms F J. 

County hall G i 

Free Masons' haU, 

Niddry street G fl 

Merchants' hall, 

Hunter square... .Q 7 
Music hall, 54 Geo. 

street E £' 

Physicians' ball H 6 

Solicitors-at-law 

hall, 3 Royal Ex. G 7 



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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF STREETS, ETC. 



Solicitors of Su- 
preme Courts lib. 
and hall, Parlia- 
ment square G 6 

Waterloo rooms, 
Waterloo place.. ..G 8 



ARTISTIC, LITERARY, 
MEDICAL, AND 
SCIENTIFIC INSTI- 
TUTIONS. 

ARTISTIC. 

Drawing School, 
Government Ex- 
hibition of Paint- 
ings, National gal. F 7 

Gallery of Casts, 
Royal Institution F 7 

Naval and Military 
Academy D 6 

Riding School D 6 

Statuary, National 
Monument H 8 

LITERARY. 

College G 6 

College, Free Ch F 7 

Edinburgh Acad E 9 

Edinburgh Royal 

High School H S 

Leith High School.. .J 12 
Normal School, 

Johnstone ter. ....F 6 
School of Arts, 

Adam sq., South 

bridge G 6 

LIBRARIES. 

Advocates, Parlia- 
mentsquare G 6 

College, at College ... G C 

Solicitors, Parlia- 
ment square G 6 

Writers to the Sig., 
Parliament sq. ...G 6 

NEWSROOMS. 

Waterloo, Waterloo 
place G 8 



NEWSPAPERS, 

and Days of Publication. 

Caledonian Mer- 
cury, daily, 265 
High street G 7 

Evening Courant, 
Tues., Thur., and 
Sat., ISSHighst. G 7 

Evening Post, Wed. 
and Sat., 30 Han- 
over street F 7 

Express, daily, 279 
High street G 7 

Gazette, Tues. and 
Fri., 13 No. Bank 
street F 7 

Ladies' Own Jour. 
Sat., 8 Melbourne 
pi., Geo. IV. br....G 6 

News, Saturday, 
315 High street.... G 7 

North British Ad- 
vertiser, Satur- 
day, 8 Melbourne 
place, George IV. 
bridge G 6 

North Bri. Agricul- 
turist, Wed., 377 
High street G 7 

North Briton, Wed. 
and Sat., 369 High 
street G 7 

Scotsman, daily, 
and Wed. and Sat. 
257 High street ...G 7 

Scottish Press, 

Tues. and Fri, 
251 High street ...G 7 

Scottish Railway 
Gazette, Sat., 30 
Hanover street.. ..F 7 

Weekly Herald, Sat. 
279 High street ...G 7 

Witness, Wed. and 
Sat., 297 High st. G 7 

MEDICAL. 

Physician's Hall F 8 

Surgeon's Hall H 6 

SCIENTIFIC. 

museums. 
Agricultural, Geo. 

IV. bridge G 8 

Antiquarian, 24 Geo. 

street E 6 



College, at College.. G 6 
Camera obscura, 

Castlehill F 6 

Royal Observatory H 8 



HOSPITALS AND 
INSTITUTIONS. 

Blind Asylum, 

Male, No. 58— Fe- 
male, No. 38 Nic- 

olsou street H 5 

Charity Workhouse G 8 
Do. St Cuthbert's D 6 
Deaf and Dumb In- 
stitution E 9 

Donaldson's Hosp...B 6 
Gillespie's Hospital D 4 
Heriot's Hospital. ...F 5 
House of Refuge, 
Queensberry ho., 

Canongate I 7 

Lunatic Asylum D 1 

Lunatic Asy. , Royal C 1 
Lying-in Hospital... G 5 
Magdalene Asylum, 

Canongate 

Merchant Maiden's 

Hospital F 5 

Orphan Hospital B 8 

Ragged School, 

Castle hill 

Royal Infirmary H 6 

Stewart's Hospital B 7 
St Margaret's Conv. E 2 
Watson's Hospital . . . F 5 
Watson's,John,lnst.B 7 



ROADS TO AND FROM 

Airdrie and Glasg...A 6 

Colinton A 1 

Dalkeith K I 

Duddmgston and 

Portobello J 4 

Dumfries and Car- 
lisle I 1 

Granton D 14 

Lanark A 3 

London by Berwick K 8 

Midcalder A 4 

Queensferry A 8, 9 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

Dean bridge D 8 

Geo. IV. bridge G 6 

Agricultural Museum, 
N. B. Advertiser Office, 
and view of west end of 
Cowgate. 
North bridge G 7 

View of Arthur Seat, 
Salisbury Craigs, North 
Back of Canongate, Firth 
of Forth, Calton Hill, 
Register Office, City Mar- 
ket, General Railway 
Station, Sir Walter Scott's 
Monument, Royal Insti- 
tution, National Gallery, 
Free Church College, 
CiStle, and North Back 
of High street. 
South bridge G 6 

View of the College and 
east end of Cowgate. 
Calton hill H 8 

Royal High School, 
Royal Observatory, Na- 
tional Monument, Burns, 
Nelson, Playfair, and 
Stewart's Monuments, 
Jail and Bridewell. 
Castle E 6 

Armoury, Half-Moon 
Battery, Mons Meg, New 
Barracks, Palace Square, 
Queen Mary's Room, Re- 
galia of Scotland. 
Castle esplanade F 6 

Duke of York's statue. 
Castlehill 

Camera Obscura, Re- 
servoir. 

Club room F 7 

Holyrood palace, 

abbey J 7 

Parliament square.. G 6 

Advocates and Writers 
to the Signet Libraries, 
Excheq. Office, Courts, 
Union Bank, Prince 
Charles Stuart's Statue, 
St Giles' Church. 
Theatre, Queen's, 

head of Brough- 

ton street G 9 



EXAMPLE. 



To find Elder Street on the Map, look for the letter G on either side of the Map, then look 
towards the centre, come to the square in a line with No. 8, at the top or bottom, and you will 
find Elder Street in that square. 



STAMP DUTIES, ETC. 



23 



STAMP AND LECxACY DUTIES, ETC. 

Note. — The Writs and Instruments, forms of which are provided by the recent Titles to 
Land (Scotland), Act 1858 (21 & 22 Vict. c. 76), will be liable to Stamp Duties, if 
they come under the general description of Deeds, or come within any of the 
particidar items of charge to Duty in the Stamp Duties Schedules, whether written 
on other Deeds, or separate. See under Assignation, Charter, Deed of Relinquish- 
ment, Precept of clare constat, and Sasine. 



Admission as a burgess, or into any Corpora- 
tion or Company in any Burgh in Scotland, 
in lieu of the duties of £l and £3 formerly 
payable, 5s. 
Admissions of other descriptions various ; 
as to which see the schedule annexed to 
55 Geo. III., c. 184. See also Licence, 
below. 
Admission to act as Advocate, £50; as 
Writer to the Signet, Solicitor, Agent, 
Attorney, or Procurator in any court, =£25 ; 
to act as Agent in Supreme Courts without 
indenture (in addition to the said £25), 
£60 ; do. in Inferior Courts without in- 
denture (in addition to the said £25), £30 ; 
to act as Notary-Public, £20 ; to be fellow 
of College of Physicians, £25 ; or licence 
by do. to practise physic, £15 ; to degree 
of Doctor of Medicine, £10; to ecclesi- 
astical benefice, £2. 
Affidavits. — For every sheet or piece of 
paper, parchment, or vellum, on which the 
same shall be written or printed, 2s. 6d. 
Affidavits authorised to be made before 
Justices of Peace are exempted. 
Agreement, or minute or memorandum of 
agreement, without a clause of registration 
(not charged otherwise than under the head 
agreement in the schedule to the Act 55 
Geo. III., c. 184, nor expressly exempted 
from duty), where the matter is of the 
value of £20 or upwards, whether the same 
is evidence of a contract, or obligatory upon 
the parties from its being a written instru- 
ment, together with every schedule, re- 
ceipt, &c, endorsed or annexed, 2s. 6d. 
Progressive duty on words, 2s. 6d. 
Exemptions. — Agreements for the hire of 
any labourer, artificer, manufacturer, or 
menial servant. 
Memorandum or agreement for or relating 
to the sale of any goods, wares, or mer- 
chandise. 
Agreements entered into in the United 
Kingdom for or relating to the service 
in the colonies of any person as an 
artificer, clerk, domestic servant, handi- 
craftsman, mechanic, gardener, servant 
in husbandry, or labourer, 17 & 18 Vict. 
c. 83, § 21. 
Agreements in compliance with or under 
the provisions of the Merchant Seaman's 
Act, 7 & 8 Vict. c. 112, or the Mercantile 
Marine Act, 13 & 14 Vict. c. 93. 
Note. — The agreement, if liable to one duty 



of 2s. 6d., may be stamped if brought to 

the Commissioners at London, or their 

office at Edinburgh, or lodged with the 

distributors of stamps in the county, 

within fourteen days after being made. 

If after, at London or Edinburgh, on a 

penalty of £10. 7 and 8 Vict., c. 21, § 5. 

If liable to further duty than 2s. 6d., it 

is subject to the same Regulations as 

Deeds. See Stamping of Deeds. 

Appraisements. 

Amount not exceeding £50 

Above £50, and not above 100 

... 100 ... 200 

... 200 ... 500 

... 500 and upwards 

Apprenticeship Indentures. 

If the premium be under £30 



£0 




2 
5 
10 

15 

1 



and under 



50 
100 
200 
300 
400 
500 
600 
800 
1000 



£1 

2 

3 

6 

12 

20 
25 
30 
40 
50 
60 



or apprentices to 



£30 
50 
100 
200 
300 
400 
500 
600 
800 

1000 or upwards 
If no premium, 2s. 6d, 
Indentures of clerks 

writers to the signet, solicitors, or agents 
in the Supreme Courts of Scotland, £60 ; 
Inferior Courts, £30. See Duplicate or 
Counterpart. 
Exem. — Indentures of apprentices for sea- 
service and poor children. 
Assignation of an unrecorded conveyance 
(21 & 22 Vict. c. 76, § 13, and sch. L, Nos. 
1 & 2) to said Act, whether separate from 
or written upon the " conveyance." 
If upon the sale of any property. See 

conveyance. 
If of any heritable property, &c. See mort- 
gage. 
If of any property for a gratuitous or other 
consideration, not inferring the payment 

of any specific duty £1, 15s. 

Award of Decreet-arbitral. — When less 

than 2160 words £l, 15s. 

(Inland Bill) Draft or Order, after 10th 
October 1853, for the payment of any sum 
of money to the bearer, or to order, on 

demand Id. 

And the following instruments shall be 
deemed and taken to be drafts or orders 



24 



STAMP DUTIES, ETC. 



for the payment of money within the 
intent and meaning of this act, and of 
any act or acts relating to the stamp 
duties on bills of exchange, drafts, or 
orders, and shall be chargeable accord- 
ingly with the stamp duties imposed by 
this act, or any such act or acts, viz. : — 
All documents or writings usually termed 
letters of credit, or whereby any person 
to whom any such document or writing 
is or is intended to be delivered or sent, 
shall be entitled, or be intended to be 
entitled, to have credit with, or in ac- 
count with, or to draw upon any other 
person for, or to receive from such other 
person any sum of money therein men- 
tioned. 
All letters of credit, whether in sets or not, 
sent by persons in the United Kingdom, 
to persons abroad, authorising drafts on 
the United Kingdom.— 16 & 17 Vict. 
c. 59. 
Draft or Order after the 24th May 1858, 
for the payment of any sum of money to 
the bearer on demand, which being drawn 
upon any banker within fifteen miles of 
the place where such draft or order is 
issued, was formerly exempt from stamp 

duty.— 21 Vict. c. 20 Id. 

Note. — A draft payable to self, or in 
the form " Debit my account," if de- 
livered to bankers by drawer in person, 
is not held liable to duty. But if de- 
livered to another person, entitling him 
to receive the money from the banker, 
it is liable. The banker is not safe to 
pay such a draft unstamped to the 
clerk or servant of the drawer. 
N.B. — The duty on drafts or orders may 
be impressed on the paper, or an ad- 
hesive stamp may be affixed. — 16 & 17 
Vict. c. 59, § 3. The adhesive stamp 
may be either a receipt or draft stamp. 
—17 & 18 Vict. c. 83, § 10. Where an 
adhesive stamp is used, the maker of 
the draft to cancel the stamp by writing 
on it his name or initials. Penalty for 
omission, £10. Penalty for removing 
adhesive stamps or using them a second 
time, or doing any act to defraud of 
duty, £20.-16 & 17 Vict. c. 59, § 4 & 5. 
Inland Bill payable otherwise than on de- 
mand ; 
Promissory Note payable otherwise than to 

bearer on demand ; 
Foreign Bill drawn in but payable out of 
the United Kingdom, not drawn in sets of 
three or more ; 
Foreign Bill drawn out and payable out of 
the United Kingdom, but endorsed or 
negotiated within the United Kingdom, 
not drawn in sets of three or more ; 
Foreign Bill drawn out of and payable 
within the United Kingdom, — 



Not exceeding £5 ... Id. 

Exceeding £5 and not above 10 ... 2d. 
10 ... 25 ... 3d. 

25 ... 50 ... 6d. 

50 ... 75 ... 9<L 

75 ... 100 ... Is. 

And the following duties apply to all the 
above, and in addition to 
Promissory Note payable to bearer on de- 
mand — 

Above £100 and not above £200.. 
200 ... 300.. 



. 2s. Od. 

. 3s. Od. 

. 4s. Od. 

. 5s. Od. 

. 7s. 6d. 

.10s. Od. 
1500.. .15s. Od. 
2000... 20s. Od. 
3000... 30s. Od. 
4000... 40s. Od. 
45s. Od. 



400. 

500. 

750. 

1000. 



300 

400 

500 

750 

1000 

1500 

2000 

3000 

4000 and upwards 

N.B. — Promissory Notes for £100 or under 

are not to be drawn payable to bearer 

on demand, except bankers' re-issuable 

notes, which require a different stamp ; 

and only such notes of bankers and no 

others can be re-issued after being once 

paid. 

Foreign Bills drawn in but payable out of 

the United Kingdom, and also drawn out 

and payable out of the United Kingdom, 

but endorsed or negotiated within the 

United Kingdom, if drawn in sets of three 

or more, for every bill of each set — 



Sum payable not above £25 
Above £25 and not above 50 
50 ... 75 



0s. Id. 

0s. 2d. 

0s. 3d. 

0s. 4d. 

0s. 8d. 

Is. Od. 

Is. 4d. 

Is. 8d. 

2s. 6d. 

3s. 4d. 

5s. 0d. 

6s. 8d. 
10s. Od. 
13s. 4d. 
15s. 0d. 



75 ... 100 

100 ... 200 

200 ... 300 

300 ... 400 

400 ... 500 

500 ... 750 

750 ... 1000 

1000 ... 1500 

1500 ... 2000 

2000 ... 3000 

3000 ... 4000 

4000 and upwards . . . 
N.B. — The duties on Foreign Bills, drawn 
out of the United Kingdom, are to be de- 
noted by adhesive stamps. The amount 
of duty on adhesive stamps is impressed 
on two parts. The Board of Inland 
Bevenue recommend that the cancella- 
tion should be on one of the parts, and 
the other left legible. 
If payable on demand, Id. stamp is thought 
to be sufficient, whatever the amount in 
the document. 
If a Foreign Bill payable abroad, and as to 
which the provision " drawn in sets of 
three or more " apply, shall be drawn in 
a single bill, the duty will be the same 



STAMP DUTIES, ETC. 



25 



as on an Inland Bill, and if in a set of 
two, the duty on each will be the same 
as on an Inland Bill. This is in accord- 
ance with the opinion of the Board of 
Inland Revenue, (see North British Daily 
Mail, 3d November 1854.) But the 
Board have given an opinion that a 
Foreign Bill drawn abroad and payable 
in this country in duplicate or triplicate 
only represents one transaction, and is 
liable to the duty on one Inland Bill of 
the same amount, — that is, if one of the 
parts have the full duty, the others may 
be unstamped, (see Times, 6th Novem- 
ber 1854.) The schedule of the act does 
not provide for such a bill being drawn 
in sets. Bills bearing to be drawn out 
of the United Kingdom are to be deemed 
Foreign Bills so drawn, although they 
may in realitv be drawn in the United 
Kingdom— 17 & 18 Vict. c. 83, § 4. A 
person in the United Kingdom drawing 
and issuing a bill payable out of the 
United Kingdom in a set, must draw 
the whole set, and a person transferring 
or negotiating such bill must transfer 
and deliver, stamped, the whole number 
of the set. Penalty, £100. A person 
taking such bill must get the whole set, 
stamped, otherwise he cannot recover 
on it or make it available — ib. § 6. This 
applies only to bills drawn within and 
payable out of the United Kingdom. 

Inland Bell, Draft, or Order for the pay- 
ment of any sum of money, though not 
made payable to the bearer, or to order, if 
the same shall be delivered to the payee, 
or some person on his or her behalf, the 
same duty as on a bill of exchange for the 
like sum, payable to bearer or order. 

Inland Bill, Draft, or Order for the 
payment of any sum of money, weekly, 
monthly, or at any other stated periods, 
if made payable to the bearer, or to order, 
or if delivered to the payee, or some per- 
son on his or her behalf, where the total 
amount of the money thereby made pay- 
able shall be specified therein, or can be 
ascertained therefrom, or shall be indefi- 
nite, the same duty as on a bill payable to 
bearer or order on demand. 

Promissory Note for the payment of any 
sum of money by instalments, or for the 
payment of several sums of money at 
different days or times, so that the whole 
of the money to be paid shall be definite 
and certain, the same duty as on a promis- 
sory note, payable otherwise than to the 
bearer on demand, for a sum equal to the 
whole amount of the money to be paid. 

Bills of Lading 6d. 



Bonds and other Securities. 

Bond (personal) given for any certain sum of 
money not exceeding 

£50 is. 3d. 

Exceeding £50 and not exceeding 100 2s. 6d. 

100 ... 150 3s. 9d. 

150 ... 200 5s. Od. 

200 ... 250 6s. 3d. 

250 ... 300 7s. 6d. 

And where the same shall exceed £300, 
then for every £100, and also for any 
fractional part of £100, — 2s. 6d. 
Bond as security for monies to be thereafter 
lent, advanced, or paid, or which may be- 
come due upon account-current, together 
with any sum already advanced or due, or 
without, as the case may be, — 
Where the money secured or to be ulti- 
mately recoverable shall be limited not 
to exceed a given sum, — The same duty 
as on a bond for such sum. 
Where uncertain, and without any limit, — ■ 
The same as on a bond for a sum equal 
to the amount of the penalty. 
Where there is no penalty, the bond shall 
be available for such an amount only as 
the ad valorem, stamps will cover. 
Personal Bond given as a security for the 
transfer or retransfer of any share in any 
of the Government or Parliamentary Stocks 
or Funds, or of the Banks of England or 
Ireland, or of the East India Company, 
or of any other company or corporation, — 
The same ad valorem duty as on a bond 
for a sum of money equal to the value of 
the stock or fund secured, according to 
the average price at the date of the bond, 
or on either of the ten days preceding ; or 
the latest day preceding on which there 
shall have been a known sale. 
Personal Bond given as a security for the 
payment of any sum of money, or for the 
transfer or retransfer of stock secured also 
by a wadset, or other instrument paying 
duty as a wadset, or for the performance 
of covenants contained in such instrument, 
or for both those purposes, provided such 
other instrument bear even date with, and 
be referred to in such bond — 
Where the sum of money or the value of 
the stock secured shall not exceed £800, 
— The same ad valorem duty as on a 
mortgage or wadset for securing the like 
amount or value. 
Exceeding £800,— £1 ; 
Personal or Heritable Bond given as an 
additional or further security for the pay- 
ment of any sum of money, or for the 
transfer or retransfer of any share in any 
of these stocks previously secured by a 
bond or other security therein referred to, 
which has paid the proper ad valorem 
duty on bonds at the date thereof, — 
Where the sum or the value of the stock 
shall not exceed £1400, — The same ad 



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STAMP DUTIES, ETC. 



valorem duty as on a bond or mortgage 
for securing the like sum or value ; 
Where said sum shall exceed £1400, — £l, 
15s. 
Bond — Transfer or Assignment disposition 
or assignation of any such bond as afore- 
said, and which has paid the proper ad 
valorem duty on bonds — 
Where the principal money or stock se- 
cured by the bond shall not exceed in 
whole £1400, — The same duty as on a 
bond for the total amount or value ; 
And in every other case such transfer, 
assignment, disposition, or assignation, 
shall be chargeable with the duty of 
£1, 15s. 
Personal or Heritable Bond given as the 
only or principal security for the payment 
of any annuity upon the original creation 
and sale thereof, — The same ad valorem 
duty as on a conveyance upon sale in con- 
sideration of the sum or value given or 
agreed for the purchase. — See Duties on 
Conveyances. 
Personal Bond given as a collateral or 
auxiliary security for the payment of any 
annuity upon the original creation and 
sale, where granted or conveyed or secured 
by any other deed or instrument, paying 
the ad valorem duty on conveyances upon 
the sale of any property — 
Where such ad valorem duty shall not 
exceed 20s. such bond shall be charge- 
able with a stamp duty of equal amount 
therewith ; 
And where such exceeds 20s. — £l. 
Personal or Heritable Bond given as a 
security for the payment of any annuity, 
(except upon the original creation and sale,) 
or of any sum or sums of money at stated 
periods, (not being interest nor rent upon 
a lease,) for any definite and certain term, 
so that the total amount to be paid can be 
previously ascertained, — The same ad 
valorem duty as on a bond of the like 
nature for the payment of a sum of money 
equal to such total amount. 
Personal or Heritable Bond given as a 
security for the payment of any annuity, 
(except as aforesaid,) or of any money at 
stated periods, (not being interest nor rent 
upon lease]) for the term of life or any 
other indefinite period, so that the whole 
cannot be previously ascertained, — 
Where the annuity or sum secured shall 

not exceed £50 per annum, — £l ; 
Exceeding £50 and not exceeding £100 

per annum, — £2. 
And where exceeding £100 per annum, 
then for every £100, and also for any 
fractional part of £100 per annum, — £2. 
But where there shall be both a personal 
and heritable bond in separate deeds of 
the same date for securing any such 



annuity, &c, and the ad valorem duty 
above charged amounts to £2 or up- 
wards, the heritable bond only to be 
charged with the ad valorem duty, and 
the personal bond to be charged only 
with a duty of £l. 
Bond of any kind or description given for 
any other purpose than as aforesaid, — 
The duty chargeable by any act in force at 
passing 13th and 14th Vict. c. 97. 
But no such bond shall be charged with 
any greater amount of stamp duty than 
the ad valorem duty before charged 
upon a bond given for the payment of 
a definite and certain sum of money of 
the same amount as the penalty of such 
bond. 
Bond of Belief to a cautioner or surety, — 

£1, 15s. 
Bond for the due execution of an office, and 
to account for money received by virtue of 
such office, — £l, 15s. 
Bond given for, or in respect of, duties of 
customs or excise, or for preventing frauds 
or evasions thereof, or for any other matter 
relating thereto — relanding of plate — re- 
gistering of British vessels, — 5s. 
Heritable or Personal Bond, of any kind 
whatever, not otherwise charged nor ex- 
pressly exempted from all stamp duty, — 
£1, 15s. 

Note. — The above provision, that the duty 
shall not exceed the ad valorem duty on 
a sum the same amount as the penalty 
in the bond, applies to the four pre- 
ceding entries. 
Charter, Disposition, or Contract (after 
10th October 1854), containing the first 
original constitution of feu and ground 
annual rights in Scotland (not being a 
lease or tack for years), in consideration 
of any annual sum payable in perpetuity, 
or for any indefinite period, whether fee 
farm or other rent, feu-duty, ground an- 
nual, or otherwise : 
Where annual suni shall not exceed 

£5 £0 6 
Exceeding £5 and not exceeding 10 12 

10 ... .15 18 

15 ... 20 14 

20 ... 25 1 10 

25 ... 50 3 

50 ... 75 4 10 

75 ... 100 6 

And so on for every £50, and also for 

any fractional part of £50 3 

—17 and 18 Vict. c. 83. 

Charter of resignation, confirmation, novo- 
damus, upon apprising, or decreet of ad- 
judication or sale, of heritable subjects 
holden of a subject superior, — 5s. 
Note. — Writ of confirmation of any deed 
or instrument of sasine or notarial in- 
strument, where lands held of a subject 
superior, written upon such deed or in- 
strument, 21 and 22 Vict., c. 76, § 7, 
presumed to be liable to this duty. As 



STAMP DUTIES, ETC. 



27 



also writs of resignation, lands held as 
aforesaid, ib., § 9. As also writ of in- 
vestiture, or deed of relinquishment of 
superiority, lands held as aforesaid, ib., 
§ 24, and sch. N., No. 3. 
Progressive duty of 5s. 

Charter-Party 5s. 

Composition-deed with Creditors ...£1, 15s. 
Conveyances. 

Conveyance, whether grant, disposition, as- 
signment, transfer, renunciation, or of any 
other kind whatsoever, upon the sale of 
any lands, tenements, rents, annuities, or 
other property, heritable or movable, or 
of any right, title, interest, or claim in, to, 
out of, or upon any such, that is, for the 
principal or only deed, instrument, or 
writing whereby the lands or other things 
sold are granted, assigned, transferred, 
renounced, or otherwise conveyed to or 
vested in the purchaser, or any other per- 
son, by his direction. 
Where the purchase or consideration money 
expressed shall not exceed 

Exceeding 





£25 


£0 


2 


6 


£25 not 


exc. 50 





5 





50 


75 





7 


6 


75 


. 100 





10 





100 


125 





12 


6 


125 


150 





15 





150 


. 175 





17 


6 


175 


. 200 


1 








200 


225 


1 


2 


6 


225 


. 250 


1 


5 





250 


. 275 


1 


7 


6 


275 


. 300 


1 


10 





300 


. 350 


1 


15 





350 


. 400 


2 








400 


. 450 


2 


5 





450 


. 500 


2 


10 





500 


. 550 


2 


15 





550 


. 600 


3 









And where the purchase or consideration 
money shall exceed £600, then for every 
£100, and also for any fractional part of 
£100,— 10s. 

It is directed that the purchase-money or 
consideration shall be truly expressed and 
set forth in words at length in or upon 
every deed or instrument of conveyance ; 
and where such consideration shall consist, 
either wholly or in part, of any stock or 
security, the value thereof respectively, to 
be ascertained as after mentioned, shall 
also be truly set forth, as aforesaid, in or 
upon every such deed or instrument ; and 
such value shall be deemed to be the 
purchase or consideration money, or part 
thereof, as the case may be, in respect 
whereof the ad valorem duty shall be 
charged. 

And where the consideration, or any part of 
the consideration, shall be stock in the 
public funds, or any government debenture 



or stock of the banks of England or Ire- 
land, or any debenture or stock of any 
corporation, company, society, or persons 
or person, payable only at the will of the 
debtor, the duty shah be calculated (taking 
the same respectively, whether consti- 
tuting the wbole or a part only of such 
consideration) according to tbe average 
selling price thereof respectively, on the 
day, or on either of the ten days preceding 
the date of the deed or instrument of con- 
veyance, or if no sale shall have taken 
place within such ten days, then according 
to the average selling price thereof on the 
day of the last preceding sale ; and if such 
consideration, or part thereof, shall be a 
mortgage, bond, or debenture, the amount 
whereof shall be recoverable by the holder, 
or any other security whatsoever, whether 
payable in money or otherwise, such cal- 
culation shall be made according to the 
sum due thereon for both principal and 
interest. 
In any case where property shall be sold and 
conveyed in consideration of any rent 
charge or annuity, or any annual or peri- 
odical payment to be made permanently 
or for any indefinite period, so that the 
total amount of the money to be paid for 
such property cannot be previously ascer- 
tained, which rent charge, annuity, or 
other payment, shall be made subject to 
redemption or purchase upon terms and 
conditions specified in the deed or instru- 
ment, whereby the property sold shall be 
conveyed to, or vested in, the purchaser, 
or any person by his direction, the money 
or the consideration mentioned in the said 
deed or instrument as that on payment or 
transfer, delivery or satisfaction, of which 
the said rent charge, annuity, or other 
payment shall be redeemed or purchased, 
or repurchased, or shall cease to be pay- 
able, shall be deemed to be the purchase- 
money or consideration, on the sale of the 
said property so sold and conveyed, and in 
respect of which last-mentioned purchase- 
money or consideration, the ad valorem 
duty shall be chargeable ; and where any- 
such, last-mentioned consideration shall 
consist wholly, or in part, of any stock or 
security mentioned in the Act 13 and 14 
Vict. c. 97, the value thereof shall be ascer- 
tained as in such Act is in that behalf 
provided ; and where any such annuity, 
rent charge, or other payment aforesaid 
shall be made, subject to redemption or 
purchase, or repurchase or discontinuance, 
upon payment or satisfaction of any money 
or value to be ascertained or calculated in 
manner provided in the said deed or in- 
strument, the amount of such money or 
value shall, for the purpose of charging 
the said ad valorem duty, be ascertained 



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or calculated, as in such deed or instru- 
ment shall be so provided. 16 and 17 
Vict. c. 59, § 11. 

Copies or Extracts from the public regis- 
ter, or from books of any court of record, 
2s. 6d. ; and where the same shall contain 
more than 600 words, any less quantity of 
■words over and above the first 600 words, 
or above any second, third, or other full 
quantity of 600 words, a further duty of 
2s. 6d. 

Copy attested of any agreement or deed for 
the security or use of a person not being a 
party or taking beneft under it, — Is. 

Progressive duty for every 720 words, — Is. 

Copy attested of a will, testament, or codicil, 
or of a confirmation of a testament, testa- 
mentary or dative, — same duty as above. 

Copyright of Designs, certificate of, — £5. 

Covenant. — Any deed containing a cove- 
nant for the payment or repayment of any 
sum, or for the transfer or retransfer of 
stock, in any case where a mortgage, if 
made for the like purpose, would be charge- 
able under this schedule with any ad valo- 
rem duty exceeding in amount £1, 15s. ; 
or for the payment of any annuity, or any 
sums at stated periods, in any case where 
a bond for the like purpose would be 
chargeable with any such duty, — the same 
ad valorem duty as on a bond respectively 
for the like purpose. 

When it is an additional security to a pro- 
perly stamped bond ref erred to in it, the ad 
valorem duty here charged not payable. 
Exemption. — Any covenant contained in a 
deed chargeable under Mortgages of 
Settlement. 

Debentures, or Certificate for receiving 
back duties of Customs or Excise on goods 
exported after the 10th October 1853 ; 

"Where the drawback to be received shall 
not exceed ,£10, Is. Od. 

Where the same shall exceed £10, and not 
exceed £50, 2s. 6d. 

And where the same shall exceed £50, 5s. Od. 
(16 and 17 Vict. c. 59.) 

Deed not otherwise charged, — £l, 15s. 

Deed of Relinquishment of Superiority, 21 
and 22 Vict. c. 76, § 23, and sch. N, No. 1. 
If, in consideration of a sum of money, see 
Conveyance. If gratuitous, — £1, 15s. 

Deputation of a Gamekeeper, — £l, 15s. 

Disentail, instrument of, — £l, 15s. 

Duplicate or Counterpart of any deed or 
instrument, of any description whatever, 
chargeable with any stamp duty, under 
any Act or Acts in force — 

Where such stamp duty (exclusive of pro- 
gressive duty) shall not amount to the 
sum of 5s., the same duty as chargeable 
on the original deed or instrument, in- 
cluding the progressive duty thereon (if 
any); 



And where the same (exclusive as aforesaid) 
amounts to the sum of 5s. or upwards, — 
5s.; 

And where in the latter case any such deed or 
instrument, together with any schedule, 
receipt, or other matter put or indorsed 
thereon or annexed thereto, contains 2160 
words or upwards, for every entire quan- 
tity of 1080 words contained therein above 
the first 1080 words, the progressive duty 
of 2s. 6d. 

In such latter case the duplicate or counter- 
part (excepting counterparts of leases not 
signed by the lessor, 16 and 17 Vict. c. 95, 
§ 12), is not available unless stamped with 
a particular stamp for denoting the pay- 
ment of the full stamp duty on the origi- 
nal deed or instrument, which shall be 
impressed upon such, on the same being 
produced, together with the original deed 
or instrument, and on the whole beiuq[ 
duly executed and stamped in all other 
respects. Duplicates to have denoting 
stamp impressed are received by the Soli- 
citor of Inland Revenue, Edinburgh. See 
afterwards. 

Insurance Policies. 

life. 

Where the sum insured shall not exceed 
£500 — Then for every £50, and any frac- 
tional part of £50, £0 6 

Where it shall exceed £500, and 
shall not exceed £1000 — Then 
for every £100, and any frac- 
tional part of £100, 1 

Where it shall exceed£1000 — Then 
for every £1000, and any frac- 
tional part of £1000, 10 

(16 and 17 Vict. c. 59.) 

FIRE. 

Duty on each policy, £0 1 

Besides 3s. per cent, per annum on every 

insurance made or renewed. 
Exemptions. — Public hospitals ; also agri- 
cultural produce, farming stock, and im- 
plements of husbandry, provided the 
insurance shall be effected by a separate 
and distinct policy. 

SEA. 

Policy of Insurance upon any voyage what- 
ever, for every £100, or fractional part of 
£100, charged according to the rates Of 
premium on the sums insured, viz. : — 

s. d. 

Not exceeding 10s. per cent., 3 

Exc. 10s. and not exceeding 20s. 6 
20s. ... 30s. 1 

30s. ... 40s. 2 

40s. ... 50s. 3 

Exceeding 50s. per cent. . 4 
But if the separate interest of two or more 
distinct persons shall be insured by one 
policy or instrument, then the said respec- 
tive duties, as the case may require, shall 



STAMP DUTIES, ETC. 



29 



be charged thereon, in respect of each and 

every fractional part of £100, as well as 

in respect of every full sum of £100, 

■which shall be thereby insured upon any 

separate and distinct interest. 

Policy of Insurance, for every £100, or 
fractional part of £100, insured for any 
certain term or period of time : 

Not exceeding six calendar months 2s. 6d. 

Exceeding six calendar months 4s. Od. 

Policy of mutual insurance upon 
any voyage whatever, and not 
for a period of time, for every 
£100, orfractional partof £100, 
thereby insured to any person 

or persons 2s. 6d. 

Leases. 

Leases, or Tacks of Lands or Heritable 

Subjects. 





* 


t 


t 


s. 


d. 


£ 


s. 


d. 


£ 


s. d. 


Rentnotexceeding £5 





6 





3 











Ab. £5 and not ab. £10 


1 








6 








12 


... 10 ... 15 


1 


6 





9 








18 


... 15 ... 20 


2 








12 





1 


4 


... 20 ... 25 


2 


6 





15 





1 


10 


... 25 ... 50 


5 





1 


Id 





3 





... 50 ... 75 


7 


6 


2 


5 





4 


10 


... 75 ... 100 


10 





3 








6 





Where the same shall 
















exceed £100. then for 
















everv £50, and for any 
















fraetional part of £50 


5 





1 


10 





3 






* Term not exceeding 35 years. 

t Above 35, but not above 100 years. 

J Exceeding 100 years. 

As to the duties in the first column, if the 
rent shall be under £20, and if a sum of 
money by way of fine, prerniurn, or gras- 
sum, shall be paid, the same duty as on 
a conveyance on sale; if the rent shall be 
above £20, both the lease duty and con- 
veyance on sale duty. In the case of a 
lease to which the second and third 
columns apply, where there is a fine, 
premium, or grassum, and whatever the 
amount of rent, both the ad valorem 
lease duty and conveyance on sale duty. 
—13 and 14 Vict. c. 97 ; and 17 and 18 
Vict. c. 83. 
Lease or Tack made for any term or period 
less than a year, at a rent reserved or pay- 
able for the same, shall be chargeable with 
the same ad valorem duty as a lease or 
tack, at a yearly rent of the same amount 
as the sum so reserved or payable. — 17 and 
18 Vict. c. 83, § 23. 

Lease or Tack of any mine or minerals or 
other property of a like nature, either with 
or without any other lauds or heritable 
subjects, where any portion of the produce 
shall be reserved to be paid in money or 
kind — 

If it be stipulated that the value shall 
amount at least to a given sum per 



annum, or it be limited not to exceed 
a given sum, to be specified, then the 
ad valorem duty shall be charged in re- 
spect of the highest of such sums. 
And where any yearly sum is reserved in 
addition to or together with such pro- 
duce, relative to the yearly amount or 
value of which there is no such stipula- 
tion or limitation, the ad valorem duty 
shall be charged in respect of such yearly 
sum. 
And where both a certain yearly sum and 
also such produce relative to the yearly 
amount or value of which there shall be 
such stipulation or limitation is reserved, 
the ad valorem duty shall be charged on 
the aggregate of such yearly sum, and 
also of the highest yearly amount or 
value of such produce. 
N.B. — Where a grassum or rent is in grain, 
it is to be charged according to the stipu- 
lated rate of conversion, and if none be 
stipulated, according to the fiars on an 
average of seven years. Where there are 
separate grassums or rents payable to 
separate pro indiviso proprietors in the 
same deed, the stamp is on the cumulo 
amount. 
Tacks in pursuance of Dwelling Houses Act, 
18 and 19 Vict., c. 88, and Transfers 
thereof, — Stamp duty may be impressed 
on paper or denoted by special adhesive 
stamp, 18 and 19 Vict., c. 88, § 21. 
Lease or Tack of any kind, not otherwise 

charged, — £1, 15s. 
Assignment or surrender of a lease or tack 
upon any other occasion than a sale or 
mortgage, — A duty equal to the ad valorem 
duty with which a similar lease or tack 
would be chargeable under 13 and 14 Vict. 
c. 97 ; but where a similar lease would be 
chargeable under said Act with any stamp 
duty amounting to £l, 15s. or upwards, 
such assignment or surrender shall be 
chargeable with a duty of £l, 15s. 
And no stamp duty, except the ad valo- 
rem duty, shall be chargeable for any 
lease expressed to be granted in con- 
sideration of the surrender of an exist- 
ing lease and also of a sum of money. 
Letter or Power of Attorney, or Commis- 
sion or Factory £l 10 

Letter of Attorney for Sale or 

Transfer of Stock..., 1 

Licences. 

Annual licence to bankers issuing notes, £30, 
Appraisers, £2. Pawnbrokers, £7, 10s. 
Admitted and practising attorneys, &c., if 
resident in city or county of Edinburgh, 
and in possession of office three years or 
upwards, £9 ; if not so long, £4, 10s. If 
resident elsewhere, and admitted for three 
years or upwards, £6 ; if not so long, £3. 
To dealers in gold and silver plate, above 



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STAMP DUTIES, ETC. 



2 oz. gold or 30 oz. silver, £5, 15s. Do. 
under do., £2, 6s. 

Mortgages, Heritable Bonds, &c. 
Wadset, and heritable bond, disposition, as- 
signation, or tack in security affecting pro- 
perty heritable or movable ; also infeft- 
ment of annual rent, but without any per- 
sonal bond or obligation therein contained 
for payment of the money secured; also 
letter of reversion or back bond, for quali- 
fying absolute conveyance of any property ; 
and also any deed whereby a real burden 
shall be created on lands or heritable sub- 
jects; as a security for any definite and 
certain sum of money not exceeding 

£50 Is. 3d. 

Exc. 50 and not exceeding £100 2 6 
100 ... 150 3 9 

150 ... 200 5 

200 ... 250 6 3 

250 ... 300 7 6 

And where the same exceeds .£300, for 
every £100, and fractional part of £100, 
—2s. 6d. 
Where the deed is made as a security for 
the repayment of money to be thereafter 
lent, advanced, or paid, or which may 
become due upon an account current, 
together with any sum already advanced 
or due, or without, other than any sums 
to be advanced for the insurance of any 
property comprised in such security 
against damage by fire, or for the insur- 
ance of any life or lives, or for the re- 
newal of any grant or lease upon the 
dropping of any life or lives, pursuant to 
any agreement in any deed whereby any 
estate or interest held upon such life or 
lives is granted, assigned, or assured, or 
whereby any annuity is granted or 
secured for such life or lives. 
If the total amount of the money secured 
or to be ultimately recoverable is limited 
not to exceed a given sum, — The same 
duty as on a wadset for such limited 
sum. 
And if the total amount is uncertain and 
without any limit, then the same shall 
be available as a security or charge for 
such an amount only as the ad valorem 
duty denoted by the stamp will cover. 
And where the same is made as a security 
for the transfer or retransfer of any share 
in any of the government or parliamen- 
tary stocks or funds, or of the Bank of 
England, or of Ireland, or of the East 
India, or of the South Sea Company, or 
of any other company or corporation, in 
consideration of stock or money advanced 
or lent at the time, or previously due and 
owing, or forborne to be paid, being pay- 
able, — The same duty as on a mortgage 
for a sum equal to the value of the stock 



or fund secured according to the average 
price at the date of the mortgage, or on 
either of the ten days preceding, or on 
the latest day preceding on which there 
has been a known sale. 

And where the same respectively shall be 
made, as a security for the payment of a 
sum of money, and also for the transfer 
or retransfer of a share in any of the said 
stocks or funds, the said ad valorem 
duty shall be charged in respect of each. 

And in case the same respectively shall be 
made, as a security for the payment or 
transfer, to different persons, of separate 
and distinct sums or shares, — The ad 
valorem duty shall be charged for each 
separate and distinct sum or share 
therein specified and secured, and not 
upon the aggregate amount. 

And where any such deed or instrument 
shall be made respectively as a security 
for the payment of any annuity, or any 
sum by way of repayment, or in satis- 
faction or discharge, or in redemption of 
any sum lent, advanced, or paid, as, or 
for, or in the nature of a loan intended 
to be repaid, discharged, or redeemed, in 
manner aforesaid, — The same duty as on 
a mortgage or wadset for the sum of 
money so lent, advanced, or paid. 

Transfer, disposition, or assignation of any 

wadset or other such security, &c. — 

Where no further sum or stock shall be 
added to the principal already secured, 
if such principal shall not exceed in the 
whole £1400, — The same duty as on a 
wadset, &c, for the total amount or 
value of such principal. 

And if such principal shall exceed in value 
in the whole the sum of £1400, — £l, 15s. 

And where any further sum or stock shall 
be added to the principal already secured, 
— The same duty as on a wadset, &c, for 
such further money or stock only. 

And in every other case not expressly pro- 
vided for, — £l, 15s. 

Such instrument is not chargeable with 
further duty {except progressive duty) by 
containing any further or additional 
security for the payment, transfer, re- 
transfer of such money, stock, interest, 
or dividends, or any new covenant, pro- 
viso, or other matter whatever in rela- 
tion to such money or stock, interest or 
dividends. 

Any deed made for the further assurance 
only of any property already constituted 
a security, by a deed which has paid the 
ad valorem duty — 

Also any deed made as an additional or 
further security for any sum, &c, already 
so secured — 

Where the total amount or value already 



STAMP DUTIES, ETC. 



31 



secured does not exceed £1400, — The 
same duty as on a wadset for the amount. 

And in any other case, — £l, 15s. 

If any further sum be added to the prin- 
cipal, the deed is chargeable only (exclu- 
sive of progressive duty) with the ad 
valorem duty on wadsets, &c, in respect 
of such further sum. 

Reconveyance, surrender, discharge, or re- 
nunciation of any wadset, or other such 
security, or of the benefit thereof, or of the 
money or stock secured — 
Where the total amount of the principal 
shall not exceed i>1400, — The same duty 
as on a wadset for the amount. And in 
any other case, — £1, 15s. 

Newspapers. — Any newspaper printed on one 

sheet not exceeding 2295 in. in superficies, 1 d. 

A supplement printed on one sheet, and 
with the newspaper not exceeding 2295 
inches in the whole, is free of duty. 

Any other supplement not exceeding 1148 
inches, — |d. 

Any two supplements, each printed on one 
sheet, and together not exceeding 2295 
inches, each, — |d. 

The superficies is one side of the paper, 
and exclusive of the margin. 
Notarial Act, any whatsoever, — 5s. And 

for every sheet or piece of paper, parch- 
ment, or vellum, on which the same shall 

be written, — 5s. 

JYote. — The Notarial Instrument (Regis- 
tration of Long Leases, Act 20 & 21 
Vict., c. 26, sch. a), in favour of a party 
not the original grantee of the lease, or 
assignee of the assignation of the lease 
in security, liable to this duty — also the 
Notarial Instrument — ib. sch. F. 
Patent, Letters. 

Letters for Inventions. 

On petition for grant of letters 

patent £5 

On certificate of record of notice 

to proceed 5 

On warrant of law-officers for 

letters patent 5 

On the sealing of letters patent 5 

On specification 5 

On the letters patent, or a du- 
plicate thereof before the ex- 
piration of the third year ... 50 

On the letters patent, or a du- 
plicate thereof before the ex- 
piration of the seventh year 100 

On certificate of record of notice 

of objections 2 

On certificate of every search 

and inspection 10 

On certificate of entry of assign- 
ment or licence 5 

On certificate of assignment or 

licence 5 



On application for disclaimer 5 

On caveat against disclaimer... 2 

On office copies of documents, 

for every ninetv words 2 

(16 Vict., c. 5.) " 
Patent Medicine. 

Price not exceeding Is., — Hd. ; not exceed- 
ing 2s. 6d., — 3d.; not exceeding 4s., — 
6d. ; not exceeding 10s., — Is. ; not exceed- 
ing 20s., — 2s. 
Plate. — Gold, per oz. 17s.; Silver, Is. 6d. 

Exemptions. — Watch-cases, rings, &c. 
Precept of Clare Constat 5s. 

Progressive Duty 5s. 

Note.— Writs of clare constat (21 & 22 Vict. 
c. 76, § 11), presumed to come under this 
item of charge. 
Progressive Duty on Words. 

Where any deed or instrument of any de- 
scription whatever chargeable with any 
stamp duty, together with any schedule, 
receipt, or other matter put or endorsed 
or annexed, contains 2160 words, or up- 
wards, then for every entire quantity of 
1080 words contained therein, over and 
above the first 1080 words, there shall 
be charged the further progressive duty 
following, i.e. — 

Where such deed or instrument shall be 
chargeable with any ad valorem stamp 
duty not exceeding in the whole 10s. — a 
further progressive duty equal to the 
amount of such ad valorem duty. 

And in every other case (except where 
any other progressive duty is expressly 
charged theron), — a further 2Jrogressive 
duty of 10s. 

But progressive duty is not chargeable on 
a deed on which such duty was not im- 
posed before the Act of 1850. (13 & 14 
Vict. c. 97.) 
Protests. — On bill or note for any s. d. 
sum less than ... £20 2 

£20 and less than ... 100 3 

100 ... 500 5 

500 or upwards 10 

Protest of any other kind, — 5s. 

And for every additional sheet, — 5s. 
Proxy to vote at any meeting of any joint- 
stock or other company whose shares are 

transferable, or at any parish meeting of 

heritors or proprietors 6d. 

N.B. — Heritors' Mandates to vote and act 
at Parochial Boards are exempt, 8 & 9 
Vict. c. 83, § 22. 
Receipts for money amounting to £2 or 

upwards, — Id. 

The following provisions as to what shall 
be deemed a receipt, and the exemptions 
from receipt duty by 55 Geo. III. c. 184, 
are still in force. 

Any note, memorandum, or writing what- 
ever, given upon the payment of money, 
whether signed or not, shall be a receipt 



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STAMF DUTIES, ETC. 



if it shall import or signify that any sum 
of money, debt, or demand, or any part 
thereof amounting to £2 or upwards, 
has been paid or settled ; and like docu- 
ments given upon payment by bills, 
drafts, promissory notes, or other securi- 
ties for money, are also receipts. 
According to decisions, a simple acknow- 
ledgment of a sum of money in loan, or 
of the correctness of a debt, or of a de- 
posit of money, is not liable to stamp 
duty, either as a receipt or promissory 
note. The judges held it essential to 
render a receipt liable to duty that some- 
thing formerly due had been discharged. 
On this principle a receipt for a sum of 
money as a donation to a religious or 
charitable purpose, not being anything 
formerly due, would not be liable. The 
Board of Inland Revenue have intimated 
that they are to regard such receipts as 
exempted. 
Among the exemptions from receipt duty 

are — 
Receipts written on promissory notes, bills, 
drafts, or orders for the payment of 
money, duly stamped. 
Receipts written on any bond, mortgage, or 
other security, or any conveyance, deed, 
or instrument whatever, duly stamped, 
acknowledging the receipt of the con- 
sideration money therein expressed, or 
the receipt of any principal money, in- 
terest, or annuity thereby secured. 
The exemption of letters by the general post 
acknowledging the safe arrival of any 
bills of exchange, promissory notes, or 
other securities fo r money is repealed by 
17 & 18 Vict, cap. 83, § 13. 
Note. — Stamps may be impressed or affixed. 
Where adhesive stamps are affixed, the 
granter is required to cancel the stamps 
by writing his name or initials on them. 
Penalty for omission, £10. Penalty for 
removing adhesive stamps, or using them 
a second time, or doing any fraudulent 
act to defraud of duty,— £20. (16 & 17 
Vict. c. 59, § 3, 4, and 5.) 
Resignation. — Principal or original instru- 
ment of resignation, or service, or cognition 
of heirs, or charter, or sasine of any nouses, 
lands, or other heritable subjects holding 
burgage ; also instrument of resignation of 
lands, &c. not held burgage, — 5s. Progres- 
sive duty, — 5s. 
Sasine. — Instrument of sasine given on any 
charter, precept of clare constat, or precept 
from Chancery, or on any wadset, heri- 
table bond, disposition, apprising, adjudi- 
cation of any heritable subjects not of 
burgage tenure, — 5s. Progressive duty,— 5s. 
Note. — An instrument of sasine proceeding 
on two precepts, even although in one 
disposition, is liable to two duties of 5s. 



The instrument in favour of an heir or 
disponee of a creditor in an heritable 
security — Form, No. 3, 8 and 9 Vict. c. 
31, is usually put on the sasine stamp 
as also the Notarial Instrument, § 1. 
The Notarial Instrument under the Titles 
to Land Acts 21 and 22 Vict. c. 76, of 
which the effect upon registration is de- 
clared to be equivalent to infeftment in 
the subjects will, it is thought, come 
under this item. 
Schedule or Inventory of heritage or mov- 
ables, or containing the terms of any pro- 
posed sale, lease, &c, or regulations for the 
cultivation and management of any farm, 
&c. separate from and referred to in lease, 
bond, deed, agreement, &c, chargeable 
with any stamp-duty not exceeding 10s. — 
the same duty as shall be chargeable on 
such lease, bond, agreement, &c, and where 
referred to in such, chargeable with a duty 
exceeding 10s., — 10s. Progressive duty, — 
10s. 
Scrip Certificate, after 4th August 1853, 
that is to say, any document denoting or 
intended to denote the right or title of the 
holder thereof, or any person, to any share 
or shares in any joint-stock or other com- 
pany, or proposed or intended company, 
or any certificate declaring or entitling the 
holder thereof, or any person, to be or be- 
come the proprietor of any share or shares 
of or in any such company, where such 
certificate, or the right or title to such 
share or shares shall be, or be intended to 
be, transferable by the delivery of such 
certificate, or otherwise than by deed or 
instrument in writing, — Id. (16 and 17 
Vict. c. 63). 
Settlement. — Any deed or instrument, whe- 
ther voluntary or gratuitous, or upon any 
consideration other than a bond fide pecu- 
niary consideration, whereby any definite 
and certain principal sum or sums of 
money, or any definite and certain shares 
in any stocks or funds, shall be settled or 
agreed to be settled upon or for the benefit 
of any person or persons, either in posses- 
sion or reversion, either absolutely, or for 
life or other partial interest, or in any 
other manner whatsoever, — if such sum or 
sums, or the value of such share or shares, 
together, shall not exceed in the whole 
£100,— 5s. 

And if the same shall exceed £100, then 
for every £100, and fractional part of 
£100,— 5s. 
All such deeds which contain any settle- 
ment of lands or other property, or any 
other thing besides the settlement of 
such money or stock, shall be chargeable 
with such further duty as any separate 
deed containing such settlement of lands 
or other property, or other thing, would 



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33 



have been chargeable with, exclusive of 
the progressive duty. 

And where there is more than one such 
deed chargeable with any such duty ex- 
ceeding £l, 15s., one of them only shall 
be charged with the ad valorem duty ; 
and also where any settlement shall be 
made in pursuance of any previous 
articles chargeable with, and which shall 
have paid any such duty exceeding £l, 
15s., it is not chargeable with the ad 
valorem duty ; and the deeds not charge- 
able with the ad valorem duty shall be 
charged with the duty to which they are 
liable under any more general descrip- 
tion in the stamp schedules ; and on the 
whole being j^roduced duly executed and 
stamped, the latter shall also be stamped 
with a particular stamp for denoting the 
payment of the said ad valorem duty. 

Exemption from this ad valorem duty. — 
Wills, testaments, and testamentary in- 
struments, and dispositions mortis causa. 
Writ of Acknowledgment by any person 

inf eft of lands in Scotland, in favour of the 

heir or disponee of a creditor fully vested 

in right of an heritable security constituted 

by infeftment, — 10s. (16 and 17 Vict. c. 

63, § 6.) 

Note. — Writ of acknowledgment sch. E of 
Registration Long Leases Act (20 and 21 
Vict. c. 26) of heirs in lease, would not 
come under this, but presumed must be 
regarded as a deed, and so liable to the 
deed duty of £l, 15s. 
Inventory Duty. 

The duty is imposed on the inventory of 
the personal estate and effects of de- 
ceased persons, required to be recorded 
in the Commissary Courts according to 
the rates in the following table, and is 
regulated by the amount of such estate 
in Scotland, England, and Ireland, in 
the case of persons dying domiciled in 
Scotland, and in the case of persons 
dying domiciled furth of the United 
Kingdom, having personal estate in Scot- 
land, by the amount of such estate in 
Scotland. The same rates of duty are 
payable on probates and letters of ad- 
ministration in respect of the personal 
property situated in England, Ireland, 
and Scotland of deceased persons dying 
domiciled in England or Ireland. — See 
21 and 22 Vict, c. 56. 

JV.B. — It is not provided (see § 9, 12, 13, 
and 15 of 21 and 22 Vict, c, 56), that the 
inventories of the personal estates of 
persons dying domiciled out of Great 
Britain and Ireland, having personal pro- 
perty in Scotland, may contain personal 
property of the deceased situated in 
Scotland, England, and Ireland, and be 
recorded in the books of the Com- 



missary Court of Edinburgh, nor of 
course, that confirmation of the English 
and Irish personal property may be ob- 
tained. It would appear that the former 
law will apply in such cases. The pro- 
visions in § 3 and 8 are broad enough to 
take in these cases, in so far as concerns 
obtaining appointment of executors, and 
recording the inventory ; but there is no 
provision for payment of the stamp duty 
on the inventory, or obtaining confirma- 
tion in respect of any personal property 
in England or Ireland, 



TESTATE. 


INTESTATE. 


Amount of Deceased's 


Duty. 


Amount of Deceased's 


Duty. 

1 


Personal Estate. 


Personal Estate. 


Above 


Under 




Above 


Under 


£20 


£100 


10s. 


£20 


£50 


10s. 


100 


200 


£2 


, 50 


100 


£1 




( 200 


300 


5 




( 100 


200 


3 




300 


450 


8 




200 


800 


S 




450 


600 


11 




300 


450 


11 




600 


800 


15 




450 


600 


15 




800 


1,000 


22 




600 


SOO 


22 




1,000 


1,500 


30 




800 


1,000 


30 




1,500 


2,000 


40 




1,000 


1,500 


45 




2,000 


3,000 


50 




1,500 


2,000 


60 




3,000 


4,000 


60 




2,000 


3,000 


75 




4,000 


5,000 


80 




3,000 


4,000 


90 


o 


5,000 


6,000 


100 


"o 


4,000 


5,000 


120 




6,000 


7,000 


120 


<d / 5,000 


6,000 


150 


7,000 


8,000 


140 


|\ 6 .° 00 


7,000 


ISO 


>■ 


S,000 


9,000 


160 


> 


7,000 


8,000 


210 




9,000 


10,000 


180 




8,000 


9,000 


240 




10,000 


12,000 


200 




9,000 


10,000 


270 




12,000 


14,000 


220 




10,000 


12,000 


300 




14,000 


16,000 


250 




12,000 


14,000 


330 




16,000 


1S,000 


2S0 




14,000 


16,000 


375 




1S,000 


20,000 


310 




16,000 


18,000 


420 




20,000 


25,000 


350 




18,000 


20,000 


405 




25,000 


30,000 


400 




20,000 


25,000 


525 




30,000 


35,000 


450 




25,000 


30,000 


600 




35,000 


40,000 


525 




30,000 


35,000 


675 




\ 40,000 


45,000 


600 




\35,000 


40,000 


785 


45,000 


50,000 


675 


'40,000 


45,000 


900 


Incr 


easing progressively to £1,0 


00,000. 



By § 3 and 8 of 21 and 22 Vict. c. 56, in- 
ventories and relative testamentary writ- 
ings may be given up and recorded in, 
and confirmations granted by the com- 
missary court of the county wherein the 
deceased died domiciled ; and in the 
case of persons dying furth of Scotland, 
or without any fixed or known domicile, 
having personal property in Scotland, 
the commissary court of Edinburgh. 
Section ] 1 provides, that " oaths and 
affirmations on inventories on personal 
estates, given up to be recorded in any 
commissary court, may be taken either 
before the commissary or his depute, or 
the commissary clerk or his depute, or 
before any commissioner appointed by 
the commissary, or before any magistrate 
or justice of the peace within the United 
Kingdom or the Colonies, or any British 
consul." And § 12 and 13 provide for 



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STAMP DUTIES, ETC. 



the confirmation, in which shall be in- 
cluded personal estate in England and 
Ireland, being produced in the principal 
probate court in England, and the court 
of probate in Dublin, and a copy thereof 
deposited with the registrar, together 
with a copy of the interlocutor of the 
commissary, finding that the deceased 
died domiciled in Scotland, and for the 
confirmation being returned sealed ; and 
for the confirmation thereafter having 
the same force and effect in England 
and Ireland as if probate or letters of 
administration had been granted by the 
above courts. 

The inventory duty and probate and ad- 
ministration duty are paid on the whole 
personal property, without deduction of 
debts ; but the Act 5 and 6 Vict. c. 79, 
§ 23, provides for a return being given 
on proof of the constitution and pay- 
ment of the debts. This return must 
be claimed within three years ; but the 
time will be prolonged on application to 
the board of Inland Revenue. If there 
be any omission in the inventory infer- 
ring payment of further duty, an addi- 
tional inventory of such is required to 
be exhibited, by 48 Geo III. c. 149, § 38 ; 
and § 40 provides that the same shall 
also specify the amount or value of the 
estate and effects of the same person 
comprised in the former inventory. 
By 16 and 17 Vict. c. 59, § 8, such addi- 
tional inventory shall be chargeable only 
with such amount of stamp duty as, to- 
gether with the stamp duty charged 
upon the former duly stamped inventory 
of the estate and effects of the same de- 
ceased person, shall make up the full 
amount of stamp-duty, in respect of the 
total amount of all the estate and effects 
of the deceased specified in the said ad- 
ditional and any such former inventory. 
If the estate shall be over-estimated, or 
something improperly included in the 
inventory, an inventory on a stamp cor- 
responding to the value must be ex- 
hibited, and the original inventory will 
be allowed on affidavit as a spoiled 
stamp, within six months of the record- 
ing of the second inventory. 
Legacy-duty. 
On Legacies, Residues, fyc. 

To Children or their descendants, U5rperc ■ 
or lineal ancestors, . . .£10 
Brother or sister, or descendant, 3 
Uncle or aunt, or their descendants, 5 
Grand uncle or aunt, or their de- 
scendants, . . . . 6 
All other relations or strangers, 10 

The husband or wife of the deceased is not 
chargeable with duty. If the legatee's 
husband or wife is of nearer consanguinity 



than the legatee, duty is payable accord- 
ing to such nearer relationship. (16 
and 17 Vict. c. 51, § 11.) 
This duty is payable for every legacy out of 
the personal or moveable estate, or out 
of or charged upon the real or heritable 
estate of the deceased, or out of any 
moneys to arise by the sale, mortgage, 
or other disposition of the desceased's 
real or heritable estate, or any part there- 
of : Also for the clear residue (after 
deducting debts, funeral expenses, lega- 
cies, and other charges first payable 
thereout) of the personal or moveable 
estate, whether the title to such residue 
shall accrue by virtue of any testamen- 
tary disposition, or upon a partial or 
total intestacy : And also for the clear 
reside of the moneys to arise from the 
sale, mortgage, or other disposition of 
any real or heritable estate, directed to 
be sold, mortgaged, or otherwise dis- 
posed of by any will or testamentary 
instrument. 
Annuities commencing to be payable on 
the death of persons dying after 19th 
May 1853, are valued for legacy duty 
according to tables annexed to the Suc- 
cession Duty Act, 16 and 17 Vict. c. 51 ; 
and Annuities commencing to be pay- 
able previous to that date, by the 
Tables annexed to the Legacy Duty 
Act 36 Geo. III. c. 52. 
Duty is not exigible on legacies or residues 
under £20 ; but if a legatee take two or 
more legacies under any testament, 
which shall together be of the amount 
of £20, each shall be charged with duty, 
though each or either may be separately 
under that amount. 
N.B. — Printed forms and regulations re- 
garding all the succession-duties will be 
obtained gratis, on application at the 
Inland Revenue Office, Edinburgh ; and 
at the offices of the distributors of 
stamps in the country. 
Succession Duty. — The duty commences 
on the death of persons dying after the 
19th May 1853, and seems to be imposed 
on all property, both heritable and move- 
able, passing by death, not liable to the 
duty on legacies and successions to per- 
sonal estate upon intestacy — the duty im- 
posed by the Legacy Duty Acts. The duty 
on heritable property is charged on the 
annual value, after allowance of the neces- 
sary outgoings (§ 22), as an annuity for the 
life of the successor (§ 21), which is to be 
valued by tables annexed to the act. 
Personal Property is liable to duty accord- 
ing to the value of the succession ; and 
money charged on heritage — heritable 
securities — is chargeable as personality 
(§!•) 



STAMP DUTIES, ETC. 



35 



Rates of Succession Duty. 

Lineal issue or lineal ancestor of the pre- 
decessor, — £T per cent. 

Brothei*s and sisters of the predecessor 
and their descendants, — £3 per cent. 

Brothers and sisters of the father or mother 
of the predecessor and their descendants, 
— £5 per cent. 

Brothers and sisters of the grandfather or 
grandmother of the predecessor and 
their descendants, — =£6 per cent. 

Any other person, — £10 per cent. 

The husband or wife of the predecessor is 
not chargeable with duty (§ 18), and if 
the successor's husband or wife shall be 
of nearer consanguinity than the suc- 
cessor, duty is payable according to such 
nearer relationship (§ 11.) 



The following are also exemptions fvo.ii 
the succession duty : — 

1. Successions from the same predecessor, 
passing on any death, not amounting in 
principal value to £100 (§ 18). 2. Any 
succession of less value than £20 in 1Jie 
whole (ib.) 3. Legacies and personal 
property charged with legacy duty, iu 
respect of the same acquisition (ib.) 

Note. — The collection of the succession 
duty forms a branch of the business of 
the Legacy Duty Department of the 
Inland Revenue. Forms of the ac- 
counts may be obtained at the Legacy 
Duty Office, Edinburgh, and at the 
offices of the distributors of stamps in 
the country. 



DISCOUNT ON THE PURCHASE OF STAMPS. 



Parties who may purchase stamps (except 
receipt stamps, labels for medicines, 
newspapers, and postage stamps) at 
London, Edinburgh, or Dublin, under 
the value of £10 each, but to the value 
of £30 or upwards in the whole, are 
allowed discount at the rate of 30s. per 
cent. — 12 and 13 Vict. c. 80 : and any 
person who purchases at the stamp 



offices of London, Edinburgh, or Dublin, 
stamps for receipts to the amount of 
£5 or upwards, or of any distributor or 
sub-distributor not within ten miles 
from said respective offices, to the 
amount of £l or upwards, shall receive 
an allowance at the rate of £7, 10s. per 
cent. — no allowance for a fraction of a 
pound— 13 and 14 Vict. c. 97, § 18. 



REGULATIONS AS TO EXCHANGING SPOILED STAMPS. 



The Solicitor's Office, No. 5 in the Inland 
Revenue Office, is open for the allow- 
ance of spoiled stamps every Tuesday 
and Thursday, from 12 noon to 2 p.m. 
The distributors of stamps at the follow- 
ing places also receive spoiled stamps 
for allowance : Aberdeen, Ayr, Banff, 
Cupar-Fife, Dumfries, Dimdee, Elgin, 
Glasgow, Greenock, Inverness, Perth 
and Wick. 

A supply of forms of affidavits is kept by 
the solicitor and the above distributors, 
and claimants may attend at the Solici- 
tor's Office, and have the affidavits filled 
up and taken ; or they may get copies 
of the forms, and take the oath before 
a Justice of the Peace, and afterwards 
lodge the affidavits and the stamps with 
any of the above officers. If the claim 
be admitted, a ticket is issued, stating 
that application is to be made for the 
new stamps after Thursday se'enuight, 
and within six weeks from the date of 
the ticket. If not made within that 
time the claim will be forfeited. 

The stamps, if belonging to parties resident 
in Edinburgh, or within ten miles there- 
of, must be presented for allowance 
within six months after being signed in 
the case of executed instruments, and 
six months after being spoiled in the 



case of unexecuted instruments. If 
beyond that distance, six months in the 
former, and twelve months in the latter 
case. 

Bill or notes delivered to payees, or 
negotiated or issued in any way, and 
bills accepted or tendered for accept- 
ance, cannot be exchanged unless a 
new bill be produced, in all respects 
the same, excepting the correction of 
the error. 

As to the exchange of sea policies of in- 
surance, see 54 Geo. III. cap. 133. 

Unsigned instruments are allowed, if inad- 
vertently spoiled. Signed, if void in law 
from the beginning ; from error or mis- 
take, unfit for the purpose originally 
intended ; from death or refusal to sign, 
of any person whose signature is neces- 
sary from the want of the signature of 
some material and necessary party ; 
from refusal to act under, or from non- 
acceptance — they shall be unfit for or 
fail of the purpose intended ; or if the 
transaction be carried through by an- 
other instrument duly stamped. — See 
53 Geo. III. cap. 108. In the case of 
transfers of stock signed by the seller 
alone, and other instruments if by one 
party, new deeds require to be produced 
to the proper officer of stamps, who, as 



36 



STAMP DUTIES, ETC. 



to transfers, is instructed to certify in 
what particulars they differ from those 
spoiled. 
Stamps of a different description may be 
obtained for any stamp spoiled if it be 
of the value of £6 or upwards. Applica- 
tion for this purpose to the Commis- 
sioners of Inland Revenue should be 
lodged with the affidavit. The com- 
missioners, by 3d and 4th Will. IV. cap. 



97, § 19, may, if in their discretion they 
think fit, refund, in money, the amount 
of spoiled stamps. They are also autho- 
rised to repay the amount of stamps 
for which the possessor has no im- 
mediate use, if applied for within three 
months after being purchased. In both 
cases is deducted the per centage allowed 
by law on the purchase of stamps. 



STAMPING DEEDS AFTER BEING SIGNED. 



Beyond Tivelve Months. — The duty or de- 
ficiency of duty, shall be due and pay- 
able to her Majesty, and also the penalty 
of £10. The deed will only be stamped 
on payment of the whole or (as the case 
may be) the deficiency of the stamp 
duty remaining payable on it, and over 
and above such duty, a penalty of 
£10 ; and if the whole amount of said 
duty or deficiency shall exceed £10, 
then, in addition to said duty and 
penalty, there shall be paid, by way of 
additional penalty, interest on the duty 
or deficiency at the rate of 5 per cent. 
from the date or first signing of the 
deed ; but such interest shall not ex- 
ceed the amount of the said duty or 
deficiency of duty. 

Within Twelve Months. — If the deed shall 
be brought to the Commissioners of 
Inland Revenue within twelve months 
after the first signing or executing, in 
order to be stamped, it may be stamped 
without payment of the penalty, or on 
payment only of a portion thereof, pro- 
vided it shall be proved to the satisfac- 
tion of the Commissioners that the deed 
was not duly stamped previously to 
being signed, by reason of accident, 
mistake, inadvertency, or urgent neces- 
sity, and without any wilful design to 
evade or delay the payment of duty. — 
13 and 14 Vict. c. 97, § 12. 

Abroad. — If the deed shall be executed by 



any party abroad, it may be stamped 
without any penalty, if brought to be 
so within two calendar months from the 
time of being received in the kingdom, 
upon proof of the facts to the satisfac- 
tion of the Commissioners. — 13 and 14 
Vict. c. 97, § 13. 
N.B. — Instruments are received at the Soli- 
citor's Office, Inland Revenue, Waterloo 
Place, Edinburgh, and transmitted to 
London to be stamped, if within two 
months of the first date (the solicitor 
may, in certain circumstances, receive 
them within two months of the last date), 
on payment of the duty : if beyond that 
date, on payment of the duty and pen- 
alty. Parties, on applying, will be 
furnished with a schedule, and after 
being filled up, it is to be presented, 
along with the instrument, at the Soli- 
citor's Office, No. 5, Inland Revenue, 
between 10 and 12 o'clock, on Mondays 
and Wednesdays only. The amount of 
duty wished to be impressed on the in- 
strument is to be inserted by the appli- 
cant before being presented at the 
Solicitor's Office ; and afterwards he 
pays it, and the penalty, if any, to the 
cashier, No. 3, Lobby. The instrument 
will be returned through the Warehouse- 
keeper, No. 2, Lobby, and it must be 
called for after eight days, and within 
twenty-one days, from the date of its 
being lodged. 



DOUBTS AS TO THE SUFFICIENCY OF STAMPS MAY BE REMOVED. 



The opinion of the Commissioners of Inland 
Revenue as to the duty to which a deed, 
whether previously stamped or otherwise, 
is chargeable, may be obtained on the deed 
being presented at their office (Edinburgh) 
and a fee of 10s. paid. The duty or insuffi- 
cient duty which the Commissioners may 
assess, and the penalty, if any, being paid, 
they shall stamp the deed with the duty so 
paid, and thereupon, and also in the case 
of the deed being previously sufficiently 
stamped, shall also impress the deed with a 
particular stamp to be provided for the pur- 



pose. The deed shall then be received in 
evidence notwithstanding any objection to 
it as insufficiently stamped. The provision 
does not apply to bonds or mortgages 
for unlimited amounts, nor instruments 
after being signed, prohibited from being 
stamped. The opinion of the Commis- 
sioners may be appealed against to the 
Court of Exchequer at Westminster, on 
the stamp duties assessed being paid, and 
40s. for costs being deposited. (13 and 14 
Vict. c. 97, § 14 and 15). The Commis- 
sioners may also adjudge on deeds not 



STAMP DUTIES, ETC. 



37 



liable to any stamp duty ; and if any duty 
is assessed the party may appeal. (16 and 
17 Vict. c. 59, § 13). 
N.B. — Instruments are received for adjudica- 
tion at the Solicitor's Office, Inland Re- 
venue, Edinburgh, on the same conditions 
as to duty and penalty as instruments to 
be stamped merely (see above). The mode 
of proceeding is as follows : — The sum of 
ten shillings for the adjudication stamp is 
first to be paid to the Cashier, No. 3, 
Lobby. Then the schedule (the duty to 
be impressed of course not being inserted 
in the schedule), the instrument after ex- 
ecution, and a full copy (written on fools- 
cap paper) of it (omitting the bounding 



description of lands, &c, and having 
appended to it a table giving the substance 
of the clauses and provisions, particularly 
dates and sums, and a reference to the 
page of the copy on which each com- 
mences), are to be left at the Solicitor's 
Office, No. 5, on Mondays and Wednesdays, 
between 10 and 12 o'clock only. Between 
10 and 12 o'clock on the Thursday follow- 
ing, a party, who can give explanation, 
must call on the chief clerk of the Solici- 
tor's Department, No. 6 ; and he should be 
prepared to pay the proper duty, and 
penalty, if any, to the Cashier, No. 3, 
Lobby. 



DUPLICATES OR COUNTERPARTS. 



Duplicates or counterparts of instruments 
requiring to be impressed with the denot- 
ing stamp to render them valid, may be 
lodged at the Solicitor's Office, No. 5, In- 
land Revenue, Edinburgh, between 10 and 
12 o'clock on Mondays and Wednesdays 
only. A transmission of them is made 
once a-week to the Head Office. The 



principal instrument, as well as the dupli- 
cate, must be lodged, and both must 
appear to be properly stamped, otherwise 
they will not be transmitted. 
Mem. — The revenue takes no risk of loss or 
injury connected with the custody or car- 
riage of the instruments received and 
transmitted to be stamped. 



IV. ASSESSED TAXES. 



Armorial Bearings. £ s. d. 

Persons using armorial bearings, 
keeping a carriage taxed at the 
rate of £3, 10s 2 12 9 

Not keeping such carriage 13 2 

Carriages. 

Carriage with four wheels, drawn 

by two or more horses or mules 3 10 

Do. drawn by one horse or mule 2 

Carriage with four wheels, each 
of less diameter than thirty 
inches, and drawn by two or 
more pomes or mules not ex- 
ceeding thirteen hands in 
height 1 15 

Do. drawn by one such pony or 
mule 10 

Carriage with less than four 
wheels, drawn by two or more 
horses or mules 2 

Do. drawn by one horse or mule 15 

Do. drawn by one pony or mule 
not exceeding thirteen hands 
in height 10 

Carriages kept solely for being let 
to hire, one-half the above 
duties respectively. 

Carriage with four wheels, used 
by a common earner for the 
carriage of goods 2 6 8 



Do. with less than four wheels.... 16 8 
Exemptions. — Licensed hackney and stage 
carriages. Carriage kept for being let 
to hire with a horse or horses by a per- 
son licensed to let horses for hire. Wag- 
gon, van, or cart used solely in trade or 
husbandry, on which the name, surname, 
and place of abode of the owner is legibly 
painted, and which on no occasion is 
used for any purpose of pleasure, except 
for conveying the owner or his family to 
or from church. 

Dogs. — For every dog £0 12 

Maximum charge for any number 

of hounds 39 12 

Do. of greyhounds 9 

Exemptions. — Any dog kept wholly for the 
care of sheep or cattle, if not a gi'ey- 
houud, hound, pointer, setting dog, 
spaniel, lurcher, or terrier ; also dogs 
under six months old. 
Game Certificates. 

Upon every person who shall use any dog 
gun, net, or other engine, for the pur- 
pose of taking or killing any game what- 
ever, or shall take or kill, or assist in so 
doing, any game by virtue of any ap- 
pointment duly registered as gamekeeper 
in the Sheriff-Clerk's books of the county 
where the lands are situate : 



38 



STAMP DUTIES, ETC. 



If such person shall be servant to £ s. d. 
any person charged with duty 
in respect of such servant 17 6 

And if such person shall not be a 

servant as above 4 10 

For every other person using any 

dog or killing game, &c 4 10 

Any person giving at present a right to 
kill hares in Scotland, may do so himself, 
or by any person permitted by writing 
under his hand, upon his own land, 
without payment of the annual duty for 
a Game Certificate. 

Hairpowdee, persons using £1 3 6 

Horses. 

Horses exceeding the height of 
thirteen hands, for riding or 
drawing carriages, each 110 

If used by a farmer making his 
livelihood principally by hus- 
bandly 10 6 

Do. where more than one kept at 
10s. 6d., remainder at 21s. each. 

If one only used, by a bailiff, 
shepherd, herdsman, clergy- 
man, physician, surgeon, or 
apothecary 10 6 

If not used for riding or drawing 

carriages, but kept for trade... 10 6 

Pony or mule, not exceeding thir- 
teen hands, for riding or draw- 
ing any carriage 10 6 

Do. if not used for riding or draw- 
ing any carriage 5 3 

Exemptions. — Horses used solely for the 
purposes of husbandry or by market- 
gardeners or dairymen in their business, 
and mares kept solely for breeding. 

Any horse used truly for the purpose of 
husbandry, or of drawing any carriage 
not chargeable with duty, or of carrying 
burdens in the course of the owner's 
trade or occupation, and which may be 
ridden to or from the place where the 
load or burden is to be taken up or de- 
posited, or for procuring medical assist- 
ance, not chargeable as a riding-horse. 

Horses used in drawing licensed stage 
carriages. 

Horses kept solely to be let for hire by 
licensed persons. 

Horses kept solely for drawing licensed 
hackney carriages. 

Horses kept for sale by assessed horse 
dealers, and not otherwise used. 

Persons keeping horses or mules bond fide 
for the purpose of husbandry, and occa- 
sionally using them for drawing burdens, 
not chargeable with the duty of 10s. 6d. 
for more than two of such horses or mules 
kept on any one farm, or any one parish or 
place, provided such horses or mules are 
not employed in any purpose of trade, or 



in drawing for hire, or in drawing any 
carriage chargeable with duty. 
Farm-horses or nudes occasionally used for 
drawing burdens, or let for drawing, for 
hire or profit, if not used for drawing 
any carriage chargeable with duty. 
Horsedealers. — Every person exercising 

the business £13 15 

Exemptions. — Persons who sell only horses 
bred by themselves, or kept as farming- 
stock at least three months. 
House Duty. 

On each inhabited dwelling-house of the 
annual value of £20 or upwards, occupied 
as a farm house by a tenant or farm-ser- 
vant, or in which articles are exposed for 
sale, a duty of 6d. per pound ; all others, 
— 9d. 
Male Servants. 

For each male servant, eighteen years or 
upwards, in the capacity of maltre d'hotel, 
house-steward, master of the horse, groom 
of the chamber, valet de chambre, butler, 
under-butler, clerk of the kitchen, confec- 
tioner, cook, house-porter, footman, run- 
ning-footman, coachman, groom, postilion, 
stable-boy, or helper in the stables of the 
master, gardener, 23ark-keeper,game-keeper, 

huntsman, or whipper-in £1 1 

Under eighteen years 10 6 

Under-gardener 10 6 

Under-gamekeeper 10 6 

N.B. — The above duties are payable for 
every male servant employed as above, and 
not being a servant to his employer, if the 
employer shall otherwise be chargeable with 
the foregoing duties on a servant or carriage, 
or for more than one horse. 
Tavern-waiters above eighteen 

yearsofage £1 1 

Under eighteen 10 6 

Exemptions. — Any male servant under the 
age of twenty-one, being the son or 
grandson of the employer, and a member 
of his household. 
Male servant employed by any licensed 
victualler to carry out liquor to cus- 
tomers, although occasionally required to 
wait on guests, provided one only is kept. 
Male servant employed as an hostler or 
helper in the stables of any licensed inn- 
keeper. 
Male servant employed as groom or stable- 
boy by any livery stable-keeper, horse- 
dealer, or person licensed to let horses 
for hire, or to keep and use any stage or 
hackney carriage ; also male servant em- 
ployed by such licensed person to drive 
any licensed stage or hackney carriage, 
or carriage and horse let to hire for less 
than twenty-eight days. 
Male servant employed by stable keeper 
for taking care and training a race-horse. 



STAMP DUTIES, ETC. 



39 



V. PROPERTY AND INCOME TAX. 



Schedule A. — (Real Property.) On each 20s. 
of annual value of lauds, tenements, and 
heritages, in respect of the property, where 
the yearly income of the proprietor from 
every source amounts to £100 or more, 
5d. 

Schedule B. — (Occupancy of Real Property). 
On each 20s. of annual value of lands, tene- 
ments and heritages, (other than tenements 
separate from a farm,) in Scotland, in re- 
spect of the occupancy, l|d., where the an- 
nual income is i>100. 

Schedule C. — (Public Funds.) On each 20s. 
of annual amount of profits from interest, 
annuities, dividends, and shares of annui- 
ties, payable out of the public revenue, 



where the annual income of the recipient 
is i-'lOO or more, 5d. 

Schedule D. — (Trades and Professions.*) 
On each 20s. of annual amount of gains, 
profits, or returns, from trades, professions, 
employments, or vocations, or from per- 
sonal or other property not included in 
Schedules A, B, C, or E, where the yearly 
income of the party from every source 
amounts to £100, 5d. 

Schedule E. — (Public Salaries)* On each 
20s. of annual amount of salaries, pensions, 
or annuities, paid out of the public revenue, 
or for any public office or employment, 
where the yearly income of the party from 
every source amounts to ,£100 or more, 5d. 



* Deduction is allowed, when claimed, under Schedules D and E, of any annual premium (not exceeding one- 
sixth part of the cl umant's income from every source) paid for insurance, or deferred annuity, on the claimant's 
own or his wife's life, to any Insurance Company in existence on 1st November 1844, or registered pursuant to Act 
7 and 8 Vict., c. 110 ; or of any annual payment ma le u ider Act of Parliament to a widows' or children's fund. 



40 



CONVEYANCE DIRECTORY. 



MAIL-COACH ROUTES FROM EDINBURGH. 



EDINBURGH AND ABERDEEN TO INVERNESS DAY MAIL. 



Dist. 


M. F. 


26 4 


58 5 


71 


104 


124 


140 7 


182 6 


198 2 


213 2 


237 5 


250 


264 


268 6 


280 2 


289 6 


305 6 



Edinburgh . 

Carstairs 

Greenhill Junction 

Stirling 

Perth 

Dundee 

Arbroath 

Stonehaven . 

Aberdeen . 

Inverury 

Huntly 

Keith 

Fochabers . 

Elgin . . 

Forres 

Nairn . 

Inverness . 



H. M. 

8 5a 

9 5a 
10 30 a 
10 55 a 
12 30 m 

1 30 m 

2 22 m 

3 59 m 

4 53 m 
8 50 m 

10 13 m 

10 50 m 

11 39 m 

12 2 a 
12 39 a 

13a 
1 55 a 



Return. 
II . M. 

10 30 a 
9 24 a 
8 7a 
7 36 a 
6 18 a 
5 23 a 
4 36 a 
3 2a 
2 18 a 



EDINBURGH AND ABERDEEN TO INVERNESS AND THURSO 



NIGHT MAIL. 



Dist. 
M. F. 


36 1 


69 2 


84 6 


101 5 


143 


158 4 


173 4 


197 7 


210 3 


224 


228 3 


240 5 


250 2 


265 3 


286 


300 3 


311 7 


320 7 


332 2 


348 6 


372 4 


385 7 


406 7 



Edinburgh 

Stirling 

Perth 

Coupar-Ang 

Forfar 

Stonehaven 

Aberdeen 

Inverury 

Huntly 

Keith 

Fochabers 

Elgin . 

Forres 

Nairn 

Inverness 

Dingwall 

Invergordon 

Tain . 

Dornoch 

Golspie 

Helmsdale 

Lybster 

Wick . 

Thurso 



H. M. 

5 50 m 

7 49 m 

8 57 m 

9 39 m 
10 21m 
12 1 a 
12 50 a 

2 5a 

3 17 a 

3 57 a 
5 10 a 
5 17 a 

5 51 a 

6 18 a 

7 12 a 

10 30 a 
12 m 

1 12 m 

2 47 m 

4 6 m 
6 28 m 
9 44 m 

11 13 m 
1 39 a 



M. 

55 a 

7 a 



8 a 
33 a 
1 a 
5 a 
2m 
41m 
9 0m 
8 50 m 
8 8m 
7 43 m 

7 18 m 

5 30 m 
3 12 m 
1 43 m 

12 2 m 
10 26 a 

8 34 a 

6 32 a 
3 1a 
1 24 a 

10 49 m 



EDINBURGH, PERTH, AND DUNDEE MORNING MAIL. 



M. F. 


3 


8 


14 


21 


27 


34 2 


41 


45 


47 



Edinburgh . 
Granton 
Burntisland 
Kirkcaldy . 
Markinch . 
Ladybank . 
Newburgh . 
Bridge of Earn 
Perth 
Dundee 



H. M. 

6 20 m 

6 50 m 

7 30 m 

7 48 m 

8 18 m 
8 45 m 

8 59 in 

9 15 m 
9 45 m 

10 15 m 



H. M. 

9 40 m 
9 5 m 
8 25 m 
8 5 m 
7 36 in 
7 15 in 
6 55 m 
6 40 m 
6 15 m 
5 40 m 



EDINBURGH, PERTH, AND DUNDEE EVENING MAIL. 
Dist. 
M. F. H. M. H. M. 

Edinburgh . . . 2 35 a 6 a 
3 Granton . . . 3 5 a 5 30 a 
8 Burntisland . . 3 45 a I 4 50 a 



Dist. 


M. F. 


14 


21 


27 


34 2 


41 


45 


47 



173 

251 

32 

47A 



17| 

25^ 
47^ 






27-4 
49" 
59 



Kirkcaldy . 
Markinch . 
Ladybank . 
Newburgh . 
Bridge of Earn 
Perth 
Dundee 



Starts from Arrives on 
Edinburgh. 
II. M. 

3 58 a 
21 a 
50 a 
1 a 
16 a 
45 a 
25 a 



GLASGOW MAIL (FIRST). 



General Post-Office, 

Edinburgh 
Railway Station 
Linlithgow . 
Falkirk 
Castlecary . 
Railway Station 
Post-Office, Glasgow 



H. M. 

6 50 m 

7 0m 

7 47 m 

8 7m 

8 22 m 

9 20 m 
9 30 m 



GLASGOW MAIL (SECOND). 
H. M. 

G. P. O., Edinburgh . 12 5 a 

Railway Station . . 12 15 a 
Linlithgow . . .11a 

Falkirk . . . 1 22 a 

Railway Station . 2 20 a 

Post-Office, Glasgow . 2 30 a 

GLASGOW MAIL (THIRD). 
I H.M. 

G. P. O., Edinburgh .1 3 50 a 
Railway Station . .40a 

Linlithgow . . 4 40 a 

Railway Station . . 5 30 a 

Post-Office, Glasgow . 5 40 a 

GLASGOW MAIL (FOURTH). 



G. P. O., Edinburgh 
Railway Station . 
Carstairs 
Coatbridge . 
Railway Station . 
Post-Office, Glasgow 



H. M. 

8 5a 

8 20 a 

9 5a 
10 8 a 
10 30 a 
10 45 a 



LONDON MAIL (NIGHT). 



M. F. 


26 4 


42 4 


60 4 


75 


SO 


100 


117 4 


150 


156 


159 


169 


ISO 4 


190 


213 2 


219 


243 2 


268 


291 



G. P. O., Edinbi 

Carstairs 

Abington 

Bcatock Bridge 

Lockerby 

Ecclefechan 

Carlisle 

Penrith 

Kendal Junction 

Milnathorpe 

Burton 

Lancaster . 

Gars tang 

Preston 

Newton . 

Warrington 

Crewe . 

Stafford 

Tamworth . 





H. M. 


irgh 


5 50 a 




6 50 a 




7*43 a 




8 3a 




8 11 a 




8 39 a 




9 11 a 




10 3 a 




10 15 a 




10 20 a 




10 36 a 




10 55 a 




11 11 a 




11 44 a 




11 55 a 




12 29 m 




1 14 m 


■ 


1 51m 



CONVEYANCE DIRECTORY. 



41 





Starts from 


Arrives on 




Starts from 


Arrives oa 


Dist. 




Edinburgh. 


Return. 


Distance. 




Edinburgh. 


Return. 


M. F. 




H. M. 


H. M. 


11. F. Y. 




H. M. 


H. M. 


304 


Nuneaton . 


2 12 m 


10 52 a 


9 3 205 


Tranent 


6 18 a 




317 6 


Rugby 


2 31m 


10 30 a 


13 2 10 


Longniddry . 


6 26 a 




347 2 


Wolverton . 


3 15 m 


9 47 a 


17 6 50 


Drem . 


6 36 a 




353 6 


Bletobly . . _ . 


3 23 m 


9 39 a 


23 3 80 


Linton . 


6 49 a 


7 44 a 


400 4 


Euston Grove Station 


4 34 m 


8 35 a 


29 1 75 


Dunbar 


7 1a 


7 31 a 




G. P. O., London 


5 2m 


8 0a 


36 4 105 


Cockburnspath 


7 19 a 


7 20 a 








41 2 15 


Grant's House 


7 30 a 




LONDON MAIL (DAT). 




46 2 90 


Reston 


7 42 a 




M. F. 




H. M. 


H. M. 


50 2 105 


Ayton 


7 51 a 


7 a 




G. P. O., Edinburgh . 


8 5a 


10 30 a 


57 4 162 


Berwick 


8 10 a 


6 45 a 


26 4 


Carstairs 


9 5a 


9 20 a 


72 


j Belford 


9 2a 


6 21 a 


60 4 


Beatock 




10 41 a 


8 10 a 


89 2 


Bilton (Alnwick) . 


9 32 a 


5 55 a 


75 


Lockerby 




11 10 a 


7 47 a 


95 6 


Acklington (Feltun 


9 47 a 




100 


Carlisle 




12 3m 


6 42 a 


107 4 


Morpeth 


10 10 a 


5 30 a 


117 4 


Penrith 




12 54 m 


6 4a 


124 


Newcastle . 


10 45 a 


4 55 a 


150 


Kendal Junction 




2 4m 


5 1a 


139 7 


Fence Houses 


11 31 a 


4 27 a 


169 


Lancaster . 




2 49 m 


4 22 a 


142 4 


Leamside Junction 


11 35 a 


4 23 a 


190 


Preston 




3 39 m 


3 49 a 


162 4 


Darlington . 


12 30 m 


3 40 a 


205 4 


Wigan 




4 15 m 


3 15 a 


207 4 


York . 


1 55 m 


2 20 a 


213 2 


Newton 




4 34 m 


3 2a 


222 4 


Milford Junction . 


2 33 m 


1 55 a 


219 


Warrington 




4 54m 


2 50 a 


22S 6 


Castleford . 


2 45 m 




243 2 


Crewe 




5 34 m 


1 57 a 


231 6 22 


Normanton . 


3 0m 




268 


Stafford 




C 26 m 


1 10 a 


255 2 22 


Masbro' 


4 25 m 


" 


a 


284 6 


Lichfield 




7 3m 


12 35 a 


271 22 


Chesterfield 


4 55 m 




8 


291 


Tamworth . 




7 15 m 


12 22 a 


2SS 22 


Belper 


5 23 m 




is &• 


29S 6 


Atherstane . 




7 27 m 


12 7 a 


295 2 22 


Derby 


5 45 m 






304 


Nuneaton . 




7 40 m 


11 55 m 


307 4 22 


Keg worth 


6 21 m 




-u> '2 


317 6 


Rugby 




8 20 m 


11 30 m 


312 22 


Loughboro' . 


6 32 m 




£p| 


330 6 


Weedon 




8 46 m 


11 7 m 


341 2 22 


Leicester 


7 0m 






337 4 


Blisworth . 




9 0m 


10 55 m 


361 2 22 


Rugby 


7 55 m 


„ 


* 


360 


Leighton Buzzard 


9 39 m 


10 20 m 


444 22 


Euston Grove Stat. 


11 m 


9 18 m 


382 6 


Watford 


10 18 m 


9 44 m 




G. P. O., London 


11 28 m 


8 50 m 


400 4 Euston Grove Station . 


11 m 


9 15m 






1 G. P. O.. London 


11 2Sm 


8 45 m 


EDINBURGH AND INVERNESS VI 


a HIGHLAND ROAD. 


LONDON (via NEWCASTLE) 


MAIL (FIFJ 


t). 


M. F. Y. 




H. M. 


H. M. 


Distance. 
M. F. Y. 

6 3 200 


G. P. O., Edin. . 
Inveresk (Mussel- 


H. M. 

1 43 a 


II. M. 

11 21 m 


69 2 

81 
104 


Edinburgh . 
Perth . 
Dunkeld 
Blair-Athole 


5 50 m 

8 57 m 

11 37 m 

1 51 a 


10 30 a 
6 15 a 
4 36 a 
2 16 a 




burgh) 


2 15 a 


10 47 m 


115 


Dalnaearduch 


3 14 a 


13a 


9 3 205 


Tranent 


2 24 a 


10 40 m 


128 


Dalwhinnie . 


4 40 a 


11 37 m 


23 3 80 
29 1 75 
36 4 105 


Linton . 
Dunbar 

Cockburnspath 


2 55 a 

3 9a 
3 24 a 


10 5 m 
9 48 m 
9 35 m 


142 
152 
161 


Kingussie 
Linwilg 
Bridge of Carr 


6 14 a 

7 34 a 

8 41 a 


9 45 m 
8 46 m 
7 42 m 


50 2 105 
57 4 162 


Ayton . 
Berwick 


3 55 a 

4 18 a 


9 6m 

8 31 m 


1S6 


Inverness 


11 27 a 


5 0m 


72 


Bflford 


5 6a 


7 56 m 






88 2 


Bilton (Alnwick) . 


5 38 a 


7 26 m 


HAWICK MAIL (MOF, 


ning). 


95 6 


Acklington (Felton) 


5 53 a 


7 6m 






107 4 


Morpeth 


6 IS a 


6 46 m 


Miles Distant. 




H. M. 


H. M. 


124 


Newcastle . 


6 53 a 


6 lm 




G. P. O., Edin. . 


7 15 m 


1 30 a 


139 7 


Fence Houses 


7 29 a 


5 35 m 




Railway Station . 


7 25 m 


1 20 a 


142 4 


Leamside Junction 


7 33 a 


5 31 m 


8 


Eskbank 


7 50 m 


12 55 a 


151 1 


Ferry Hill . 


7 47 a 


5 12 m 


12 


Gorebridge . 


8 6m 


12 42 a 


162 4 


Darlington . 




8 16 a 


4 47 m 


27 


Stow . 


8 49 m 


12 2 a 


207 4 


York . 




9 28 a 


3 34 m 


m 


Galashiels . 


9 6m 


11 43 m 


231 6 22 


Normanton . 




10 23 a 


2 39 m 


37i 


Melrose 


9 15 m 


11 33 m 


255 2 22 


Masbro' 




11 15 a 


1 55 m 


53 


Hawick 


10 15 m 


10 40 m 


271 22 


Chesterfield . 




11 40 a 


1 31m 






295 2 22 


Derby . 




12 18 m 


12 50 m 






345 3 27 


Rugby . 




2 6m 


11 4 a 


HAWICK MAIL (AFT 


ernoon). 


428 1 52 


Euston Grove Sta- 












tion . 


4 30 m 


8 18 a 






H. M. 


H. M. 




G. P. O.. London 


5 0m 


8 a 




G. P. O., Edin. . 


3 30 a 


8 15 a 










Railwav Station . 


3 45 a 


8 5a 


LONDON (via NEWCASTLE) DA 


Y MAIL (SE 


:ond). 


8 
12 


Eskbank . 
Gorebridge . 


4 10 a 
4 26 a 


7 40 a 
7 27 a 


M. F. Y. 




H. M. 


H. M. 


27 


Stow . 


5 9 a' 


6 45 a 




G. P. O., Edin. . 


5 40 a 


8 35 m 


S3J 


Galashiels . 


5 27 a 


6 25 a 


6 3 200 


Inveresk (Mussel- 






37| 


Melrose 


5 36 a 


6 15 a 






burgh) 




6 8a 




53 


Hawick 


6 53 a 




5 20 a 



42 



CONVEYANCE DIRECTORY. 



From Edinburgh to — 
Bilston, . 
Corstorphine, . 
Greenlaw, 
Dalkeith _ 
Dunfermline, . 
Inverkeithing, 
Lasswade, 

Do. Railway to Esk -\ 
bank, thence Coach, ) 
Loanhead, 
Musselburgh, . 
Purtobello, 
Pennycuick, 
South Queensferry, 
Soutli Queensferry, 
Ratho, . 
Blackshiels, 
Pathhead, 
Roslin, . 



To Edinburgh from — 
Bilston, 
Corstorphine, 
Greenlaw, . 
Dalkeith, . 
Dunfermline, 
Inverkeithing, 
Lasswade via Loan 

head, .... 
Loanhead, 



STAGE COACHES. 

Time. 
9-30 a.m., and 4 p.m., 
11, 4-15, 8.— Saturday, 3 p.m., 
9-30 a.m., 4 p.m., 
10-30, 1-30, 4, 8, 
7-45, 12, 4. 
7-45, 12, 4, 
10, 1, 4, 8, 

10-30, 11-30, 4-20, 

10, 1, 4, 8, 

11, 2, 6, 8-30, . 
11, 12, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 
9-30, and 4 o'clock, 
7-45, 12, 4, 
Monday, Wednesday, 
4-15, and on Saturday 
4 o'clock.— Thursdays, 1-30, 
4 o'clock.— Thursdays, 1-30, 

11 o'clock, a.m., Summer months only. 



Office. 
4 Princes Street 



7, 8, 8-30, 9-45, 



and Saturday, 4-30, 
, 3 o'clock, 



Time. 
9 a.m , 4-50. 
9-20, 12, 8-45. 
8-50 and 4-40. 
9, 12, 2-45, 6. 
7-40, 11-45, 3-45. 
8, 12, 4. 
| 8-30, 12, 2-30, 6-15. 
8-30, 12-45, 2-45, 6-30. 



Lasswade — Coach to) 
Eskbank, Rail- y 9-10, 11-40, 3-50. 



way to Edinburgh,) 



To Edinburgh from — 
Musselburgh, . . 9. 

(9 
Portobello, ... -j 

Pennycuick, . . 8 
South Queensferry, 

South Queensferry, 

Ratho, .... 
Blackshiels, . . 

Pathhead, . . . 

Roslin, .... 



(M 



7- 



Time. 
12-40, 4-15, 7-15. 
20, 11, 12, 1, 2, 3, 4, 
4-35, 6, 7, 7-35, 9. 
45 and 4-30. 
45, 12-45, 4-45. 
on day, Wednesday, and 
Saturday, 8-45. 
30. 

45. — Thursdays, 10a.m. 
o'clock. — Thursdays, 
10-15 a.m. 
•45 p.m. Sum.mths.only. 



SHIP CONVEYANCES IN SCOTLAND, ENGLAND, AND 

IRELAND. 

PACKET VESSELS FROM LEITH AND GRANTCN. 



To 


Time. 


Alloa, . 


Thurs. and Satur. 


Charleston and Dunfermline, 


Thursday 


Elie, 


Every Friday 


Fraserburgh, 


Once a fortnight 


Glasgow and Greenock, 


Every day . 


Do. do. 


Every day 


Helmsdale, 


Every fortnight 


Inverkeithing, . 


Every Friday 


Kirkwall, . 


Every Thursday 


Lerwick, . 


Once a fortnight 


Do., . 


Once in six weeks 


Leven, . 


Every Friday 


Liverpool, 


Once a week 


Peterhead, 


Every ten days 


Stirling, . 


Saturday 


Stromness, 


Every twelve day 



Office or Agent. 
James Wardrobe, root of Queen Street, Leith. 
D. Smith, 2 Dock Gates. 
Back of Custom-house. 
A. and G. Stenhouse, Wet Docks. 
D. Smith, 2 Dock Gates. 
1 Commercial Place — John Bennet, Agent. 
Lane, Scott, and Co., 2 Dock Place. 
Lane, Scott, and Co., 2 Dock Place. 
Lauchlan Rose, jun., 5 Bank Street, and 23 Com- 
mercial Place, Leith. 
J. B. Leask, 10 Tolbooth Wynd. 
Peterson Brothers and Co., 2 Allison's Place. 
D. Smith, 2 Dock Gates. 
Neilson Rose, Wet Docks. 
A. and G. Stenhouse, Wet Docks. 
Lane, Scott, and Co., 2 Dock Place. 
Lane, Scott, and Co., 2 Dock Place. 



CONVEYANCE DIRECTORY. 



4:1 



STEAMERS FROM LEITH AND GRANTON. 

Those marked * sail from Granton Pier. 

In consequence of the repeated changes that occur in the hours of sailing of Steamers, partus 
are advised to consult those sources of information now so easily available, or apply at 
the Offices, in order to prevent disappointment. 



Aberdeen, 



Anstrutlier, . 

Banff, Cullen, 
Lossiemouth, 
&c. . 

Copenhagen, . 

Dysart, . 

Hamburgh, . 

Hull, . 

Inverness, In-} 
vergordon, &> 
Mor. Firth, ) 

Inverness, 
Cromarty, 
Inverg , &c, 

Kirkcaldy, 

Konigsberg, . 

London, 



Newcastle, 
Petersburg!), , 

Rotterdam, , 

Stettin, 
Stirling, &c, 
Wick and 
Thurso, 



Monday, Tuesday, and Friday 
Thursday .... 
Every Mon., Wed., and Friday 

Tuesday and Thursday 

Fortnightly 

Twice a day 

Tues., Thurs., and Saturday 

Wednesday 

Tuesday .... 

Tuesday .... 

Twice a day 

Weekly .... 
Tues., Thurs., and Saturday 
Wednesday and Saturday . 
Wednesday and Saturday . 
Once a month (Wednesday) 

Every Saturday 

Twice a week . 
Every day at low water 

Monday and Friday . 



* 6 South St Andrew St., Wet Docks, and Granton. 
11 South St Andrew Street, and J. Falconer, 

Mid. Dock Gates. 
W. Thomson & Co., Leith. 

* 11 South St Andrew Street, and J. Falconer, 

Mid. Dock Gates. 

1 Princes Street, Edinburgh, and 34 Bernard St. 
From West Pier, Leith. 

1 Princes Street, Edinburgh, and 34 Bernard St. 
1 Princes Street, Edinburgh, and 34 Bernard St. 

11 South St Andrew St., 3 Wet Docks, and 
Granton. 

*" 1 1 South St Andrew Street, and J. Falconer, 
Mid. Dock Gates. 

From East Pier, Leith. 

1 Princes Street, Edinburgh, and 84 Bernard St. 
*21 Waterloo Place, and Shore. 
Thomas Aitken, 9 Dock Place. 
The Box, and 44 Bernard Street. 
I). Smith, 2 Dock Gates. 
Geo. Gibson and Co., 5 Docks, and D. R. Mae- 

gregor, Leith. 
1 Princes Street, and 34 Bernard Street. 

* 20 Princes Street, and Granton. 

* 6 South St Andrew Street, 3 Wet Docks, and 

Granton. 



FERRIES ON THE FORTH AND TAY. 



FIFE AND MID-LOTHIAN. 
Burntisland and Granton. 

From Granton.— Passenger Boats at 6-50 and 
10-5 M. ; 12-50, 3-5, 4-20, and 6-20 A.— 
Passenger and Goods Boats at 9 M. ; 1 and 5 A. 
On Sundays, at 7-50 M. ; 1 and 4-50 A. 

From Burntisland. — Passenger Boats at 8-25 
and 11-40 M. ; 3-25, 5-10, and 8 A.— Pas- 
senger and Goods Boats, at 7 and 11-45 II., and 
2 A. 

On Sundays, 9-40 M. ; 1-40 and 6-50 A. 
Fares — cabin, Is. ; steerage, 6d. 



QUEENSFERRY. 

From Nov. 1 to March 1, a steam-boat leaves 
the North side at 7 J, 8&, 18m., 12^ noon, 2, 3£, 
4£ A. ; and the South side at 8, 9, 11 M., 1, 3, 4, 

5 A. 

March 1 to May 1 . — From North side at 7j, 8 J, 
10 M., 12J, 2, 3^, 4J, 5£ A.— From South side at 
8, 9, 11 St., 1, 3, 4, 5, 6 A. 

Mav 1 to Sept. 1. — From North side at 6, 7£, 
8J, 10 M., 12£, 2, 3£, 4£, 6, 7| A.— From South 
side at 7, 8, 9, 11 St., 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8 A, 

Sept. 1 to Nov. 1. — From North side at 7|, 8£, 
10 M.. 12^, 2, 3£, 4£, 5| A— From South side at 
8, 9, 12 M., 1, 3, 4, 5, 6 A. 



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On Sundays, a Sailing-Boat will ply as follows : — 

Sept. 15 to March I. — From North side at 8j 
M., H, 4^ A.— From South side at 9 M., 2, 5 A. ~ 

March 1 to Sept. 15. — From North side at lh 
M., H, 5| A.— -From South side at 8 M., 2, 6 A. " 

The steam-boat may be freighted during the 
intermediate periods, when this can be done with- 
out interfering with her stated times of sailing. — 
Freight, 10s. 

Sailing-boats may be freighted only on Sundays 
betwixt the stated hours of sailing. — Freight of 
large boat, 4s. ; pinnace, 2s. 

Two-wheeled gig, drawn by one horse, four- 
wheeled chaise or phaston drawn by one or two 
horses, the horse which crossed with these car- 
riages, saddle horse, cart with coal, lime, manure, 
agricultural produce, or implements of husbandry, 
with one horse and driver, empty or loaded with 
above articles, may recross free on the same day 
at the regular hours of sailing. 

ALLOA. 

A steam-boat sails at 7 o'clock every morning 
(Sundays excepted) from the North side, and every 
hour after, or oftener if required ; leaving the North 
side at 8 evening, and the South side at 9 o'clock 
evening for the last time that day ; and a small 
boat, when the steam-boat does not sail, may be 
freighted at any time. The steam-boat may be 
freighted during the intermediate hours. Boats 
are always waiting the arrival and departure of 
the Scottish Central trains at the hours adver- 
tised. 

KINCARDINE. 

For a steam-boat, 2s. Gd. 

For a pinnace, Is. 

Each sheep or goat, exceeding 5, f d. ; or per 
score, Is. 3d. 

Each bull, cow, or heifer, above 2 and under 6, 
4d. 

Ditto above 6, at per score, 5s. 

Cart or waggon, 30 cwt. 2s. 

Cart or waggon, for every cwt. more than 30, 
3d. 

N.B. — The freights of coaches, chaises, and 
carts, stated in Table of Fares, &c, include horses 
and driver. 

Two steam-boats are constantly upon the ferry, 
crossing in about five minutes, in all states of the 
weather, and at all times of the tide. 



From 1st April to 31st August, fare double 
from 9 o'clock P.M. till 6 o'clock A.M., and from 
31st August to 1st April, from half an hour after 
sunset till half an hour before sunrise. 

DUNDEE. 

Freight of a steam-boat, £10, 10s. 

Freight of a sail-boat, 6s. 

Freight of a pinnace or cutter, 4s. 6d. 

Night fares, one-half more. 

A steam-boat sails from Dundee for Newport 
every lawful day at 7 morning, and continues to 
ply every subsequent hour until the undermen- 
tioned hours in the evening : — 

From 1st Oct. to 15th March inclusive, 7 morn- 
ing to 5 afternoon, and 8 evening. 

16th March till 15th April, 7 M. to 6 A., and 
at 8 A. 

16th April to 10th Sept. 7 M. to 8 A. 

11th Sept. to 30th Sept. 7 M. to 6 A., and at 

8 a. 

The boat leaves Newport for Dundee each inter- 
mediate half hour. 

A cutter sails for Newport an hour before the 
steam-boat each morning, from 15th Feb. to 15th 
October. 

On Sundays, the steam-boat sails from Dundee 
and Newport as follows : — 

From 1st Oct. to 28th Feb., from Dundee at 8 
and 10 M., and 1 and 4 A. ; and from Newport at 
H and 10^ M., and H and 4§ A. 

"From 1st March to 22d April, and from 26th 
Aug. to 30th Sept., from Dundee at 7, 9, and 10 
M., and 1, 4, and 6 a.; and from Newport at 7j, 
9i, and 10£ M., and If, 4£, and Qh A. 

From 24th April to 25th Aug., from Dundee at 
7, 9, and 10 M., and 1, 4, 6, and 8 A. ; and from 
Newport at 7£, 9£, and 10^ M., and U, 4i, 6£, 
and 8| A. 

TAY FERRY. 

From Broughty to Ferry-Port-on-Craig. 

From Broughty at 6-20, 8|, 9-50 M., 3, 6, and 

9 A. 

Sundays at 7-45 M., and 4-45 A. 

From Tayport at 6, 8, 9i M., and 12|, 5-40, 
8-50 A. 

Sundays at 10 M., and 7-5 A. 

Fares — cabin, 4d. ; steerage, 3d. — Tickets must 
be taken out at the Railway Offices. 



CONVEYANCE DIRECTORY. 



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CARRIERS' QUARTERS. 



Aberdeen, Northern Railway 

Aberdour, B. Crouckshanks, 209 High street, 
Tuesday, 2 p.m. 

Aberfeldy, John Herron, 100 Grassmarket, 
"Wednesday, 9 a.m. 

Aberlady, John Brotherston, 20 South Back 
Canongate, Thursday, 12 noon ; James Daw- 
son, 17 South Back Canongate, Saturday, 
1 p.m. 

Abington, James Galloway, 32 Grassmarket, 
Wednesday, 3 p.m. 

Airdrie, John Geddes, 100 Grassmarket, Tuesday 
and Friday, 1 p.m. 

Alloa, Thomas Dobbie, 100 Grassmarket, Friday, 
10 a.m. 

Anstruther, A. King, 209 High Street, Monday 
and Thursday, 3 p.m. 

Auchingrey, Robert Torrance, 20 Grassmarket, 
Saturday, 12 noon 

Auchinleck, R. Smith, 100 Grassmarket, Tues- 
day, 12 noon 

Auchterarder, John Herron, 100 Grassmarket, 
Wednesday, 9 a.m. 

Auchtermuchty, James Skinner, 100 Grassmar- 
ket, Wednesday and Saturday, 11 a.m.; 209 
High street, Wed. and Sat., 12 noon 

Ay ton, James Brotherston, 17 South Back 
Canongate, Saturday, 1 p.m. 

Balerno, John Robertson, 14 Grassmarket, Tues- 
day and Saturday, 2 p.m. 

Bannockburn, W. Binnie, 209 High street, daily, 
6 p.m. 

Bathgate, John Geddes, 100 Grassmarket, Tues- 
day and Friday, 1 p.m. 

Berwick, North, John Brotherston, 20 South 
Back of Canongate, Thursday, 12 noon. 

Biggar, Wm. Brown, 32 Grassmarket, Tuesday, 

1 p.m. 

Blackburn, Thomas Geddes, 32 Grassmarket, 
Tuesday, 2 p.m. ; James Calder, Tuesday, 

2 p.m.; William Ramsay, 100 Grassmarket, 
Tuesday and Friday, 2 p.m. 

Blackshiels, Andrew Laurie, 32 Grassmarket, 
Saturday, 12 noon 

Blythbridge, Alex. Sinclair, 32 Grassmarket, 
Friday, 2 p.m. 

Bonnyrigg, George Brown, 20 Cowgate, and 32 
Grassmarket, Tuesday, Thursday, and Satur- 
day, 2 p.m. 

Bo'ness, William Kinloch, 100 Grassmarket, 
Tuesday and Friday, 2 p.m. 

Bowden, James Hendrie, 32 Grassmarket, once 
a fortnight, 2 p.m. 

Braehead, John Forrest, 20 Grassmarket, Tues- 
day, 11 a.m. 

Bridge of Allan, daily, 5 p.m. 



Broughton, W. Paterson, 32 Grassmarket, Tues- 
day, 2 p.m.; John Sinclair, 20 Grassmarket, 
Friday, 5 p.m. 

Broxburn, Mrs Lind, 100 Grassmarket, Wednes- 
day and Saturday, 2 p.m. ; J. Cunningham, 
32 Grassmarket, Tuesday, 1 p.m. 

Buckhaven, James Skinner. 209 High Street, 
Wednesday and Saturday, 12 noon 

Burntisland, James Skinner, 100 Grassmarket, 
Wednesday and Saturday, 11 a.m.; 209 
High Street, Wednesday and Sat., 12 noon 

Calder (East), William Auld, 100 Grassmarket, 
Tuesday and Friday, 2 p.m. 

Calder (West), William Walker, 32 Grassmarket, 
Friday, 3 p.m. 

Callander, William Binnie, 100 Grassmarket, 
daily, 4 p.m. ; 209 High street, daily, 6 p.m. 

Cambusnethan, William Ramsay, 100 Grass- 
market, Monday and Thursday, 9 a.m. 

Carlops, "William AValkinshaw, 20 Grassmarket, 
Saturday, 3 p.m. 

Carluke, Alexander AVilson, 20 Grassmarket, 
Tuesday, 11 p.m. 

Carnwath, John Donaldson, 32 Grassmarket, 
Tuesday, 2 p.m. ; Alexander Forrest, 100 
Grassmarket, 11 a.m. 

Carnyhill, John Herron, 100 Grassmarket, 
Wednesday, 9 a.m. 

Carrington, John Douglas, 32 Grassmarket, 
Saturday, 12 noon 

Carstairs, James Forrest, 20 Grassmarket, Mon- 
day, 5 p.m. 

Castle-Douglas, Robert Wallet, 100 Grassmarket, 
Wednesday and Saturday, 4 p.m. 

Cellardykes, A. King, 209 High street, Monday 
and Thursday, 3 p.m. 

Chirnside, R. Guy, 17 South Back Canongate, 
Saturday, 1 p.m. 

Cockburnspath, Robert Guy, 17 South Back 
Canongate, Sat., 1 p.m. ; James Brother- 
ston, 17 South Back Canongate, Sat., 1 p.m. 

Coldstream, Robert Richardson, 20 Cowgate, 
Wednesday, 2 p.m. 

Colinsburgh, A. King. 209 High street, Monday 
and Thursday, 3 p.m. 

Comrie, John Herron, 100 Grassmarket, Wednes- 
day, 9 a.m. 

Crail, A. King, 209 High st., Monday and Thurs- 
day, 3 p.m. 

Crailing, Thomas Richardson, 32 Grassmarket, 
Tuesday, once a fortnight, 12 noon 

Crawfordjohn, James Galloway, Wednesday, 3 
p.m. 

Creetown, William M'Lurg, 100 Grassmarket, 
Wednesday, 4 p.m. 

Crieff, John Herron, 100 Grassmarket, Wed. 9 a.m. 



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Crighton Deans, Andrew Lawrie, 32 Grassmar- 

ket, Saturday, 12 noon 
Cringletie, Adam Melrose, 32 Grassmarket, 
Saturday, 12 noon 

Crofthead, Thomas Geddis, 32 Grassmarket, 
Tuesday, 2 p.m. 

Culross, Alexander Dobbie, 100 Grassmarket, 
Friday, 11 a.m. 

Culter, John Wightman, 32 Grassmarket, Tues- 
day, 3 p.m. 

Cumnock, Robert Smith, 100 Grassmarket, Tues- 
day, 11 a.m. 

Cupar-Fife, James Skinner, 100 Grassmarket, 
Wednesday and Saturday, 11 a.m.; 209 High 
street, 12 noon 

Dalkeith, 209 High street, daily, 2 p.m.; Wm. 
Grier, 100 Grassmarket, daily, 3 p.m.; John 
Todd, 20 Cowgate, daily. 4 p.m. 

Darnhall, Adam Melrose, 32 Grassmarket, Satur- 
day, 12 noon 

Denholm, Andrew Little, 32 Grassmarket, Wed- 
nesday, 2 p.m. 

Denny, William Binnie, 100 Grassmarket, daily, 
4 p.m. 

Dollar, William Binnie, 209 High street, daily, 
4 pm. 

Dolphinston, James Forrest, 100 Grassmarket, 
Friday, 6 p.m.; John Cossar, 14 Grass- 
market, Saturday, 9 a.m. ; Wm. Niven, 32 
Grassmarket, Saturday, 12 noon 

Douglas, Robert Smith, 100 Grassmarket, Tues- 
day, 11 a.m. 

Dumfries, Robert Wallet, 100 Grassmarket, 
Wednesday, 4 p.m. 

Dunbar, James Brotherston, 17 South Back 
Canongate, Saturday, 1 p.m. 

Dunblane, William Binnie, 209 High street, 
daily, 6 p.m. 

Dundee, Railway 

Dunfermline, Hugh Gregor, 100 Grassmarket, 
Tuesday and Friday, 6 p.m. 

Durrisdeer, John Dempster, 32 Grassmarket, 
Wednesday, once a fortnight, 3 p.m. 

Dunse, R. Guy, 17 South Back Canongate, 
Saturday, 1 p.m. 

Dysart, James Skinner, 209 High street, Wed- 
nesday and Saturday, 1 p.m.; 100 Grass- 
market, 11 a.m. 

Earlston, Thomas Kerr, 32 Grassmarket, Wed- 
nesday, 2 p.m. ; 20 Cowgate, Wed., 3 p.m. ; 
A. Simpson, 100 Grassmarket, Wed., 11 a.m. 

Eddleston, Adam Melrose, 32 Grassmarket, 
Saturday, 12 noon 

Elie, Andrew King, 209 High street, Monday and 
Thursday, 3 p.m. 

Ettrick, William Brydon, 20 Cowgate, Wednes- 
day, 2 p.m.; Andrew Little, 32 Grassmarket, 
Wednesday, 1 p.m; William Grieve, 100 
Grassmarket, Wednesday, 11 a.m. 

Fala, Andrew Lawrie, 32 Grassmarket, Saturday, 
12 noon 

Falkirk, William Binnie, 100 Grassmarket, daily, 
4pm.; 209 High street, daily, 6 p.m. 

Falkland, James Skinner, 209 High street, 
Wednesday and Saturday, 12 noon 



Fisherrow, Alexander Cairns, 17 South Back 
Canongate, daily, 4 p.m.; 100 Grassmarket, 
daily, 2 p.m. ; 209 High street, daily, 4 p.m. 

Fisherstryst, William Niven, 32 Grassmarket, 
Saturday, 12 noon 

Forth (West), James Scott, 32 Grassmarket, 
Monday, 1 p.m. 

Fushie Bridge, Andrew Little, 32 Grassmarket, 
Wednesday, 1 p.m. 

Galashiels, William Morton, 100 Grassmarket, 
Wednesday, 12 noon. 

Garvald, Robert Guy, 17 South Back Canongate, 
Saturday, 1 p.m. 

Gifford, James Lidgate, 20 South Back Canon- 
gate, Wednesday, 2 p.m. 

Gilmerton (Edinburgh), William Grier, 2C9 High 
street, daily, 2 p.m. 

Glasgow and West of Scotland, Edinburgh and 
Glasgow and Caledonian Railways 

Gordon (West), John Frisken, 20 South Back 
Canongate, Monday, 7 p.m. 

Greenlaw (Penicuick), Thomas Elliot, 32 Grass- 
market, Wednesday and Saturday, 2 p.m.; 
Alexander Megget, 100 Grassmarket, Tues- 
day and Friday, 2 p.m. 

Greenlaw (Berwickshire), Robert Richardson, 20 
Cowgate, Wednesday, 3 p.m. 

Haddington, J. Reid, 20 South Back Canongate, 
Wednesday and Saturday, 12 noon; James 
Brotherston, 17 South Back Canongate, 
Saturday, 1 p.m.; James Brotherston, 20 
Cowgate, Saturday, 1 p.m. 

Hamilton, James Bell, 100 Grassmarket, Wed- 
nesday, 4 p.m. 

Hawick, North British Railway 

Holylee, James Henderson, 32 Grassmarket, 
Friday, 2 p.m. 

House of Muir, George Brodie, 20 Grassmarket, 
Saturday, 2 p.m. ; George Graham, 20 Grass- 
market, Saturday, 2 p.m. 

Howgate, George Stirling, 32 Grassmarket, Satur- 
day, 12 noon; James Monfries, 32 Grass- 
market, Saturday, 12 noon 

Humbie, David Pendrigh, 20 South Back Canon- 
gate, Saturday, 1 p.m. 

Innerleithen, James Henderson, 32 Grassmarket, 
Friday, 2 p.m. 

Inveresk, Alexander Cairns, 209 High street, 
daily, 4 p.m.; 17 South Back Canongate, 
daily, 4 p.m. 

Inverkeithing, Thomas Dobbie, 100 Grassmarket, 
Friday, 9 a.m. ; Hugh Gregor, Wednesday 
and Saturday, 11 a.m. 

Jedburgh, Thomas Richardson, 32 Grassmarket, 
once a fortnight, Tuesday, 1 p.m. 

Kelso, A. Simpson, 100 Grassmarket, Wednesday, 
12 noon; Thomas Kerr, 20 Cowgate, Wed- 
nesday, 3 p.m.; 32 Grassmarket, Wednesday, 
2 p.m. 

Kennoway, James Skinner, 100 Grassmarket, 
Wednesday and Saturday, 9 a.m.; 209 High 
street, Wednesday and Saturday, 12 noon 

Kilconquhar, Andrew King, 209 High street, 
Monday and Thursday, 3 p.m. 

Killin, AVm. Binnie, 209 High street, daily, 6 p.m. 



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Kincardine, Thomas Dobbie, 100 Grassmarket, 
Friday, 11 a.m. 

Kinghorn, James Skinner, 100 Grassmarket, 
Wednesday and Saturday, 11 a.m.; 209 High 
street, Wednesday and Saturday, 12 noon 

Kinglassie, James Skinner, 100 Grassmarket, 
Wednesday and Saturday, 11 a.m.; 209 High 
street, Wednesday and Saturday, 12 noon 

Kingsbarns, Andrew King, 209 High street, 
Monday and Thursday, 3 p.m. 

Kinross, Henry Gibb, 100 Grassmarket, Friday, 
11 a.m.; John Robertson, 209 High street, 
Tuesday and Saturday, 12 noon 

Kirkcaldy, James Skinner, 100 Grassmarket 
Wednesday and Saturday, 11 a.m.; 209 
High street, Wed. and Sat., 12 noon 

Kirkcudbright, Peter Camline, 100 Grassmarket, 
Wednesday, 4 p.m. 

Kirkhill, Thomas Elliot, 32 Grassmarket, Wed- 
nesday and Saturday, 2 p.m. 

Kirkliston, John Duncan, 100 Grassmarket, 
Wednesday, 3 p.m. ; John Watt, 1 00 Grass- 
market, Tuesday, 11 a.m. 

Kirknewton, John Porteous, 20 Grassmarket. 
Saturday, 12 noon 

Lanark, Caledonian Railway 

Largo. Andrew King, 209 High street, Monday 
and Thursday, 3 p.m. 

Lasswade, John Tennent, 100 Grassmarket, 
Wednesday and Saturday, 3 p.m.; George 
Brown, 20 Cowgaie, Tuesday, Thursday, and 
Saturday, 3 p.m.; 32 Grassmarket, Tuesday, 
Thursday, and Saturday, 3 p.m. 

Lauder, A. Simpson, 100 Grassmarket, Wednes- 
day, 12 noon; James Brown, 20 Ciwgate, 
Saturday, 12 noon; Robert Glendinning, 32 
Grassmarket, Saturday, 2 p.m. 

Leadhills, James Galloway, 32 Grassmarket, 
Wednesday, 3 p.m. 

Leedburn, Davrd Vcitch, 14 Grassmarket, Sat., 11 
a.m.; Wm. Hill, 14 Grassmarket, Sat., 9 a.m. 

Leslie (Fife), James Skinner, 209 High street, 
Wednesday and Saturday, 12 noon 

Lesmahagow, 14 Grassmarket, Tuesday, 12 noon 

Leven, James Skinner, 100 Grassmarket, Wednes- 
day and Saturday, 11 a.m.; 209 High street, 
Wednesday and Saturday, 12 noon. 

Liberton (West), William MacMorran, 32 Grass- 
market, Tuesday, 11 a.m. 

Lilliesleaf, James Hendrie, 32 Grassmarket, 
Wednesday, once a fortnight, 2 p.m. 

Linlithgow, John Duncan, 100 Grassmarket, 
Wednesday, 4 p.m. 

Linton (East), James Brotherston, 17 South 
Back Canongate, Saturday, 1 p.m ; James 
Brotherston, 20 Cowgate, Saturday, 1 p.m.; 
James Black, 20 South Back Canongate, 
Thursday, 12 noon 

Linton (West), John Brown, 20 Grassmarket, 
Saturday, 10 a.m.; Archibald Henderson, 
20 Grassmarket, Wed., 1 p.m. ; Thomas 
Davidson, 20 Grassmarket, Sat,, 1 p.m.; 
William Henderson, 20 Grassmarket, Fri- 
day, 6 p.m. ; James Fraser, 20 Grassmarket, 
Saturday, 12 noon. 



Livingston, William Auld, 100 Grassmarket, 
Tuesday and Friday, 2 p.m. 

Loanhead, George Brown, 20 Cowgate, Tuesday, 
Thursday, and Saturday, 12 noon; 32 Grass- 
market, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, 
3 p.m.; John Tennent, 100 Grassmarket, 
Wednesday and Saturday, 2 p.m. 

Lochearnhead, W. Binnie, 209 High street, daily, 
6 p.m. 

Longridge, Thomas Geddis, 32 Grassmarket, 
Tuesday, 2 p.m. 

Markicch, James Skinner, 100 Grassmarket, 
Wednesday and Saturday, 11 a.m.; 209 High 
street, Wednesday and Saturday, 12 noon 

Melrose, Robert Glendinning, 32 Grassmarket, 
Saturday, 12 noon; William Morton, 100 
Grassmarket, Wednesday, 12 noon. 

Midcalder, William Auld, 100 Grassmarket, 
Tuesday and Friday, 2 p.m. 

Middleton, A. Little, 32 Grassmarket, Wednes- 
day, 12 noon 

Milnathort, Henry Gibb, 100 Grassmarket, Fri- 
day, 11 a.m. ; John Robertson, 209 High 
street, Tuesday and Saturday, 12 noon 

Monihive, John Dempster, 32 Grassmarket, Wed- 
nesday, once a fortnight, 3 p.m. 

Muirkirk, Robert Smith, 100 Grassmarket, Tues- 
day, 12 noon. 

Musselburgh, Alexander Cairns, 17 South Back 
Canongate, daily, 4 p.m.; 209 High street, 
daily, 4 p.m.; Alexander Cairns, 100 Grass- 
market, daily, 2 p.m. 

Muthill, John Herron, 100 Grassmarket, Wednes- 
day, 9 a.m. 

Newbigging, William M'Morron, 32 Grassmar- 
ket, Tuesday, 11 a.m. 

Newton-Stewart, William M'Larg, 100 Grass- 
market, Wednesday', 4 p.m. 

Newtown, A. Glendinning, 32 Grassmarket, 
Saturday, 12 noon 

Nine-Mile Burn, James Black, 20 Grassmarket, 
Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, 12 
noon 

Ormiston, George Dickson, 20 South Back Canon- 
gate, Saturday, 11 a.m. 

Oxton, Robert Thomson, 100 Grassmarket, 
Saturday, 11 a.m.; Robert Glendinning, 32 
Grassmarket, Saturday, 12 noon; James 
Brown, 20 Cowgate, Saturday, 12 p.m. 

Pathhead (Fife), James Skinner, 100 Grassmarket, 
Wednesday and Saturday, 11 a.m.; 209 
High street, Wed. and Sat,, 12 noon 

Pathhead (Dalkeith), James Brown, 20 Cowgate, 
12 noon; Robert Thomson, 100 Grassmar- 
ket, Saturday, 11 a.m. ; Robert Glendinning, 
32 Grassmarket, Saturday, 12 noon ; William 
Grier, 209 High street, 2 p.m. 

Peebles, James Henderson, 32 Grassmarket, 
Friday, 3 p.m. 

Pencaitland, John Herriot, 20 South Back Canon- 
gate, Saturday, 12 noon 

Penicuick, Thomas Elliot, 32 Grassmarket, 
Wednesday and Saturday, 2 p.m. ; Alexander 
Megget, 100 Grassm&Vket, Tuesday and 
Friday, 2 p.m. 



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Perth, Henry Gibb, 100 Grassmarket, Friday, 
11 a.m. 

Portobello, Alexander Cairns, 17 South Back 
Canongate, daily, 4 p.m. ; Alexander Cairns, 
100 Grassmarket, daily, 2 p.m.; 209 High 
Street, daily, 4 p.m. 

Prestonkirk, James Brotherston, 17 South Back 
Canongate, Saturday, 1 p.m. ; James Black, 
20 South Back of Canongate, Thursday, 12 
noon 

Prestonpans, Charles Whitecross, 20 South Back 
Canongate, Saturday, 4 p.m. 

Queensferry, Hugh Gregor, 100 Grassmarket, 
Wednesday and Saturday, 9 a.m. ; Thomas 
Dobbie, Friday, 9 a.m. 

Reston, Robert Guy, 17 South Back of Canon- 
gate, Saturday, 12 noon 

Roberton, John White, 32 Grassmarket, Wednes- 
day, 11 a.m. 

Roman-bridge, W. Paterson, 32 Grassmarket, 
Tuesday, 2 p.m.; David Veitch, 14 Grass- 
market, Saturday, 11 p.m. 

Roseberry, John Douglas, 32 Grassmarket, Satur- 
day, 12 noon 

StBoswell's,Robert Glendinning, 32 Grassmarket, 
Saturday, 12 noon 

Salton (East), William Brotherston, 20 South 
Back Canongate, Saturday, 2 p.m. 

Samuelston, Thomas Brotherston, 20 South Back 
Canongate, Saturday, 12 noon 

Sanquhar, James Galloway, 32 Grassmarket, 
Tuesday and Wednesday, 3 p.m. 

Selkirk, Andrew Little, 32 Grassmarket, AVednes- 
day, 12 noon; William Grieve, 100 Grass 
market, Wednesday, 11 a.m. 

Shotts, James Calder, 20 Grassmarket, Tuesday 

2 p.m. 
Skirling, Alexander Sinclair, 32 Grassmarket 

Friday, 3 p.m. 
Stenton, John Amos, 20 South Back Canongate 

Friday, 12 noon 
Stobo, James Henderson, 32 Grassmarket, Friday 

3 p.m. 
Stow, Andrew Little, 32 Grassmarket, Wednes 

day, 12 noon 
Stranraer, William M'Larg, 100 Grassmarket 

Wednesday, 4 p.m. 
Swinton, Alexander M'Kay, 20 Cowgate, Wed 

nesday, 3 p.m. 



Temple, John Douglas, 32 Grassmarket, Satur 
day, 12 noon 

Tennagham, James Black, 20 South Back Canon- 
gate, Thursday, 12 noon 

Thankerton, Wm. M'Morron, 32 Grassmarket, 
Tuesday, 3 p.m. 

Thornhill (South), John Dempster, 32 Grass- 
market, Wednesday, once a fortnight, 3 p.m. 

Thornton, James Skinner, 209 High street, 
Wednesday and Saturday, 12 noon; and 100 
Grassmarket, 11 a.m. 

Torphichen, James Forrest, 100 Grassmarket, 
Friday, 4 p.m. 

Torryburn, Thomas Dobbie, 100 Grassmarket, 
Friday, 11 a.m. 

Tranent, William Fowler, 100 Grassmarket, 
Wednesday and Saturday, 3 p.m. ; William 
Fowler, 209 High Street, Wednesday and 
Saturday, 3 p.m. ; 17 South Back Canongate, 
Wednesday and Saturday, 4 p.m. 

Traquair, James Monfries, 32 Grassmarket, Satur- 
day, 12 noon ; James Henderson, 32 Grass- 
market, Friday, 2 p.m. 

Uphall, J. Cunningham, 32 Grassmarket, Tues- 
day, 1 p.m. 

Wanlockhead, James Galloway, 32 Grassmarket, 
Wednesday, 3 p.m. 

Wemyss (East), James Skinner, 209 High street, 
Wednesday and Saturday, 12 noon 

Whitburn, Thomas Geddes, 32 Grassmarket, 
Tuesday, 3 p.m. ; James Calder, Tuesday, 2 
p.m. 

Wkittingham, John Amos, 20 South Back Canon- 
gate, Friday, 12 noon 

Whithorn, William M'Larg, 100 Grassmarket, 
Wednesday, 4 p.m. 

Wigtown (Galloway), William M'Larg, 100 Grass- 
market, Wednesday, 4 p.m. 

Wishaw (Town), William Ramsay, 100 Grass- 
market, Monday and Thursday, 9 a.m. 

Wiston, John White, 32 Grassmarket, Wednes- 
day, 11 a.m. 

Yarrow, William Brydon, 20 Cowgate, Wednes- 
day, 12 noon; William Grieve, 100 Grass- 
market, Wednesday, 11 a.m. 

Leith. — Goods are received for conveyance to 
all parts of Scotland at Timber Bush, and 10, 45, 
and 47 Bernard street 



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WEEKLY MARKETS FOR CORN, &c. 



Aberdeen, Friday 
Airdrie, Saturday 
Alloa, Wednesday and Saturday 
Alyth, Tuesday 
Annan, Thursday 
Anstruther, E., Saturday 
Arbroath, Saturday 
Auchterarder, Saturday 
Auchtermuchty, Monday 
Ayr, Tuesday and Friday 
Ay ton, Thursday 
Banff, Friday 
Bathgate, Wednesday 
Beith, Friday 
Bervie, Wednesday 
Biggar, Thursday 
Blairgowrie, Wednesday 
Brechin, Tuesday 
Callender, Thursday 
Campbeltown, Thursday 
Carnwath, Friday 
Castle-Douglas, Monday 
Coldstream, Thursday 
Colinsburgh, Thursday 
Coupar-Angus, Tuesday 
Crieff, Thursday 
Cromarty, Tuesday 
Cumnock, Thursday 
Cupar-Fife, Thursday 
Dalkeith, Thursday 
Dingwall, Saturday 
Dumbarton, Tuesday 
Dumfries, Wednesday 
Dunbar, Tuesday 
Dunblane, Thursday 
Dundee, Tuesday and Friday 
Dunfermline, Tuesday 
Dunkeld, Saturday 
Dunse, Tuesday 
Edinburgh, Wednesday 
Elgin, Friday 
Eyemouth, Thursday 
Falkirk, Thursday and Saturday 
Fordoun Station, Monday 
Forfar, Wednesday and Saturday 
Forres, Wednesday and Friday 
Fortrose, Friday 
Fraserburgh, Friday 
Galashiels, Tuesday 
Galston, Wednesday 
Girvan, Monday 
Glasgow, Wednesday 
Grantown, Friday 
Greenloaning, Tuesday 



Greenock, Friday 

Haddington, Friday 

Hamilton, Friday 

Hawick, Thursday 

Huntly, Thursday 

Inverkeithing, Monday 

Inverness, Tuesday and Friday 

Irvine, Monday and Saturday 

Jedburgh, Tuesday and Saturday 

Keith, Wednesday and Friday 

Kelso, Friday 

Kilmarnock, Tuesday and Friday 

Kinross, Wednesday 

Kirkcaldy, Saturday 

Kirkcudbright, Friday 

Kirriemuir, Friday 

Lanark, Tuesday and Saturday 

Langholm, Wednesday 

Largo, Thursday 

Laurencekirk, Monday 

Linlithgow, Friday 

Linton, East, Monday 

Lockerby, Thursday 

Maybole, Thursday 

Melrose, Monday 

Milnathort, Wednesday 

Montrose, Friday 

Nairn, Tuesday, Thursday, and 

Friday 
Newburgh (Fife), Tuesday 
Newton-Stewart, Friday 
North Berwick, Monday 
Old Meldrum, Saturday 
Paisley, Thursday 
Peebles, Tuesday 
Perth, Friday 
Peterhead, Friday 
Port-Glasgow, Friday 
Renfrew, Saturday 
Rothesay, Wednesday 
St Andrews, Monday 
Selkirk, Wednesday 
Stewarton, Thursday 
Stirling, Friday 
Stonehaven, Thursday 
Stranraer, Friday 
Strathaven, Thursday 
Stromness, Wednesday 
Tain, Tuesday and Friday 
Thurso, Friday 
Whithorn, Thursday 
Wick, Friday 
Wigtown, Saturday 
Wishaw, Saturday 



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NEWSPAPERS IN SCOTLAND. 



NEWSPAPERS IN SCOTLAND. 



Aberdeen Free Press, Friday 

Aberdeen Herald, Saturday 

Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 

Airdrie, Coatbridge, Bathgate, and Wishaw Ad- 
vertiser (Airdrie), Saturday 

Alloa Advertiser, Saturday 

Alloa Journal, Saturday 

Arbroath Guide, Saturday 

Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald, Saturday 

Argyleshire Herald (Campbelton), fortnightly 

Ayr Advertiser, Thursday 

Ayr Observer, Tuesday 

Ayrshire Express, Saturday 

Banffshire Journal, Tuesday 

Blairgowrie Advertiser, Saturday 

Border Advertiser (Galashiels), Friday 

Brechin Advertiser, Tuesday 

British Messenger (Stirling), monthly 

Burgh's Reformer (Leith), Saturday 

Buteman (Rothesay), Saturday 

Crieff Journal, Saturday 

Dumbarton Herald, Thursday 

Dumfries Courier, Tuesday 

Dumfries Herald and Register, Friday 

Dumfries Standard, Wednesday 

Dundee Advertiser, Tuesday and Friday 

Dundee Courier, Wednesday 

Dundee and Perth Saturday Post, Saturday 

Dundee Weekly News, Saturday 
Do. People's Journal, do. 

Dunfermline Journal (Dunfermline), monthly 

Dunfermline Press, Thursday 

Edinburgh Age, Saturday 

Edinburgh Caledonian Mercury, daily 

Edinburgh Daily Scotsman, daily 

Edinburgh Evening Courant, Tuesday, Thursday, 
and Saturday 

Edinburgh Courant, Monday, Wed., and Friday 

Edinburgh Evening Post, Wednesday and Sat. 

Edinburgh Express, daily 

Edinburgh Gazette (by authority), Tuesday and 
Friday 

Edinburgh Ladies' Own Journal, Saturday 

Edinburgh News, Saturday 

Edinburgh North British Advertiser, Saturday 

Edinburgh North Briton, Wednesday and Sat. 

Edinburgh Scotch Thistle, Saturday 

Edinburgh Scotsman, Wednesday and Saturday 

Edinburgh Scottish Press, Tuesday and Friday 

Edinburgh Weekly Herald, Saturday 

Edinburgh Weekly Mercury, Saturday 
Edinburgh Witness, Wednesday and Saturday 
Elgin Courant, Friday 
Elgin Courier, Friday 



Eskdale and Liddesdale Advertiser (Langholm) 
monthly 

Falkirk Herald, Thursday 

Falkirk Journal, Saturday 

Fife Advertiser (Kirkcaldy), Saturday 

Fife Herald (Cupar), Thursday 

Fife News, The (Cupar), Saturday 

Fifeshire Journal (Cupar), Thursday 

Forres,Elgin,andNairnGazette(Forre8),Saturday 

Fraserburgh Advertiser, Friday 

Glasgow Advertiser, Wednesday and Saturday 

Glasgow Bulletin, daily 

Glasgow Christian News, Saturday 

Glasgow Citizen, Saturday 

Glasgow Commonwealth, Saturday 

Glasgow Courier, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday 

Glasgow Evening Post, Saturday 

Glasgow Examiner, Saturday 

Glasgow Free Press, Saturday 

Glasgow Gazette, Saturday 

Glasgow Herald, daily 

Glasgow Mercantile Advertiser, Tuesday 

Glasgow Morning Journal, daily 

Glasgow North British Mail, daily 

Glasgow Penny Post, Saturday 

Glasgow Saturday Post, Saturday 

Glasgow Scottish Guardian, Tuesday and Friday 

Glasgow Sentinel, Saturday 

Glasgow Shipping List, Tuesday and Friday 

Glasgow Times, Wednesday 

Glasgow Weekly Guardian, Friday 

Glasgow Weekly Journal of the Scottish Tem- 
perance League, Saturday I 

Greenock Advertiser, Tuesday, Thursday, and 
Saturday 

Greenock Herald, Wednesday and Saturday 

Greenock Telegraph, Tuesday, Thursday, and 
Saturday 

Hawick Advertiser, Saturday 

Invergordon Times, Monday 

Inverness Advertiser, Tuesday 

Inverness Courier, Thursday 

Irvine Monthly News Letter, monthly 

Jed Forest and Teviotdale Record, Saturday 
(Jedburgh) 

John o'Groat Journal (Wick), Thursday 

Kelso Chronicle, Friday 

Kelso Mail, Monday and Thursday 

Kilmarnock Weekly Post, Saturday 

Kinross Advertiser, fortnightly 

Kirkcudbrightshire Advertiser and Galloway 
News 

Leith Commercial List, Tuesday and Friday 

Leith Herald, Saturday 



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Montrose Review, Friday 
Montrose Standard, Friday 
Morayshire Advertiser, Thursday 
Nairnshire Telegraph, Wednesday 
News of the Churches (Edinburgh), monthly 
North British Agriculturist (.Edinburgh), Wed- 
nesday 
Northern Ensign (Wick), Thursday 
Northern Advertiser. Tuesday (Aberdeen) 
Northern Standard (Glasgow), Friday 
Northern Warder (Dundee), Thursday 
Northern Telegraphic News (Aberdeen), Tuesday 

and Thursday 
Paisley Herald. Saturday 
Peeblesshire Monthly Advertiser (Peebles), 

monthly 
Perthshire Advertiser (Perth), Thursday 



Perthshire Courier (Perth), Thursday 

Perthshire Journal and Constitutional (Perth), 
Thursday 

Peterhead Sentinel, Friday 

Port-Glasgow and Kilmalcolm Advertiser, Sat. 

Renfrewshire Independent (Paisley), Saturday 

Saturday Press (Dunfermline) 

Scottish Ecclesiastical Journal (Edinburgh), 
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Scottish Farmers' Journal (Aberdeen"), fortnightly 

Scottish Railway Gazette (Edinburgh), Satur- 
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Stirling Observer, Thursday 

Stonehaven Journal, Thursday 

Telegraph, the (Dundee), Saturday 

Wigtonshire Free Press (Stranraer), Thursday 



HACKNEY CARRIAGES IN EDINBURGH. 



FARES BY DISTANCE. 

1st, The distance to which any Hackney Carriage may be driven under these Bye-Laws, 
shall be seven miles from the Cross of Edinburgh. 

2d, When a Party not exceeding two grown-up persons, and without any luggage other 
than a carpet bag or the like, enters a Carriage at a Stance, or when driving along disen- 
gaged, they shall be driven half a mile for 6d., and if they return they shall pay the same 
fare ; the driver shall draw up to either side of the pavement when called, and if detained 
more than five minutes before starting he shall be entitled to sixpence for waiting. 

NJB. — This rule shall not apply to Fares from Railway Stations. 

FARES BT TIME. 

It shall be in the option of the Hirer to employ a Carriage within the Municipal Bounds 
by time, for bond fide Shopping, making Calls, and the like, where the driving is not con- 
tinuous. The charge in such cases shall be Is. for the first half-hour, and 6d. for every 
additional quarter of an hour. 

For an Airing into the Country within seven miles from the Cross of Edinburgh, and 
returning either by the same or a different road, the rate shall be sixpence for every ten 
minutes, or 3s. per hour. A drive round the Queen's Drive, shall be considered an Airing. 
Unless the Hirer wishes a slower pace, the rate of driving when out an Airing shall be at 
least six miles an hour ; and in the event of the driving being at a slower j>ace than six 
miles an hour, contrary to the wish of the Hirer, it shall be optional for the Hirer to pay 
the fare in the proportion of 3s. for every six miles so travelled. 

From Twelve at night till Seven Morning, double Fare. 

The above Fares are for One-Horse Carriages, and there shall be no additional charge 
when two horses are used. 

Owners or Drivers may agree to drive at lower Fares- than those fixed. In that case, 
should they demand more than the Fare agreed on, they shall be liable as for an overcharge. 

LFGGAGE. 

For Luggage, exceeding 100 lbs. in weight, there shall be a charge of 6d. extra. But there 
shall be no charge for Luggage under that weight. The Driver shall assist in loading and 
unloading in all cases when required. 






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Cheyne street, 

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Comely bank, 

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Coltbridge, .... 

Corstorphine, 

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this Act, until he is licensed to act in either of these capacities by the Magistrates, who 
shall cause a Register of such persons to be kept, and, if they see cause, exact security for 
their honesty and good conduct ; and such persons, when so licensed, shall be subject to 
such Regulations as the Magistrates may make as conditions of such licence, or otherwise 
for their government, and for the regulation of the stands or places such persons shall 
occupy with their carts, barrows, utensils, or implements, under such penalties, not ex- 
ceeding Forty Shillings, as the Magistrates may fix ; and any person acting in any of the 
said capacities without having such licence, or after such licence is recalled or suspended, 
which the Magistrates are hereby authorised to do at pleasure, shall be subject to a penalty, 
not exceeding Forty Shillings, for each offence." 

** At Edinburgh, the First Day of January. 
" One Thousand Eight Hundred and Forty-nine Tears. 

" Which day the Magistrates of the City of Edinburgh being assembled, did, and do hereby, in virtue 
of the 243d section of the Edinburgh Police Act, 1848, enact and ordain the following Regulations for the 
Public Carters of Edinburgh, acting as such within the limits of the said Act. 

" W. Johnston, Lord Provost. 
" John Melville, B. 
" J. H. Stott, B. 
" And. Tait, B. 
" Wai. Tullis, B." 



REGULATIONS AND FARES. 

1. No person shall be permitted to act as a Public Carter within the limits of the said 
Act, unless such person shall have been licensed by the Magistrates ; and each person 
receiving licence as a Public Carter shall accept it on the condition that he shall observe 
these Regulations, and any others the Magistrates may from time to time enact. _ Every 
person so licensed shall wear a Badge, with his name thereon, on the breast of his outer 

"garment ; and no person receiving such Badge shall transfer or lend it to another. 

2. Before receiving such licence, he shall produce a certificate of his good character, and 
shall also find caution acted in the Burgh Court Books for his good behaviour, honesty, 
and intromissions, and to observe and obey these Regulations, or any others the Magistrates 
may think proper to make for regulating Carters, under the penalty of Forty Shillings, 
attour performance ; and when his cautioner dies, or leaves the city, the Carter shall give 
intimation thereof to the Depute City Clerk, and find another cautioner. 

3. Each Carter shall have a sufficient horse, cart, and furniture, with his name anc 
number distinctly painted or fixed on the side of the cart, and shall be provided with a 
tarpaulin or covering, to be used as occasion may require, to cover goods upon his cart, and 
such tarpaulin or covering shall be at least twelve feet square, and shall have the name of j 
the owner distinctly painted thereon. 

4. Every Carter shall serve the lieges with fidelity and discretion, and shall not, under any 
pretence whatever, refuse employment when otherwise not actually engaged or employed ; 
and if any Carter shall plead a prior engagement at other work, he shall state the nature 
thereof, and give his employer's name, if required. 



BATES OF PORTERAGE, ETC. (33 



5. There shall be a stand for Carts in the Lawnmarket, and another in the Grassmarket, 
and at such other places as the Magistrates may from time to time appoint. 

6. Every Carter shall conduct himself in a proper, civil, and decorous manner at all 
times ; and shall when required, produce and shew these Regulations and his Badge to any 
party requiring them so to do, under the penalty of forfeiting his hire, and such other 
penalties as the Magistrates may inflict. 

7. No Carter shall, upon any pretence whatever, act as a Carrier of Coals for hire, or iv 
any way interfere with the carriage thereof, or hire paid therefor. He shall employ at least 
two Porters to carry in the Coals, and shall abide by his cart while the Coals are being 
delivered. 

8. "When it is necessary to press carts for Her Majesty's service, or for the service of the 
Public, upon any emergency, any Carter, licensed as aforesaid, who shall resist such impress- 
ment, or shall throw any obstacle in the way thereof, shall, upon conviction, be deprived of 
his licence, besides being liable to such other penalty as the Magistrates may impose. 

9. The Fares shall be charged in terms of the annexed Table, and any party shall be 
entitled to withhold payment of a fare when the Carter shall fail to produce his Regulations 
and Badge. 

10. The City Officers and Constables of Police are authorised and enjoined to see these 
Regulations enforced, and all complaints arising out of any breach thereof shall proceed, at 
the instance of the Procurator Fiscal of the City, before the Magistrates. 



TABLE OF FARES. 

COALS. g. d. 

Cartage of each Ton of Coals delivered within the Toll-bars, from any of the Coal 
Depots within the City or Suburbs, 10 

FURNITURE, ETC. 

The Cartage to be regulated by the agreement of parties ; but any breach of such 
agreement will be punished as a contravention of these Regulations. 

When a Cart is engaged, the party hiring and failing to make use of it shall pay of 
back hire \ 

And for every half hour the Cart is detained beyond the time fixed for the hire .' 6 

The Cartage of any of the following or similar articles from one place to another, 
within the hmits of the Police Act, shall be — 

For a Hogshead of Sugar, \ 6 

For a Puncheon of Whisky, ' \ q 

For a Hogshead of do. ! 1 

Each Cart-load of Wood, " * .30 

Note.— Carters are not obliged to place Casks delivered at the door in Shops, Cellars, or 
other places, without extra allowance, as the parties may agree upon, and at the risk of the 
party to whom the goods are delivered. 



G i REGULATIONS FOR THE CHIMNEY-SWEEPERS OF EDINBURGH. 



REGULATIONS FOR THE CHIMNEY-SWEEPERS 
OF EDINBURGH. 

SECTION OF THE EDINBURGH POLICE ACT RELATIVE TO 
CHIMNEY-SWEEPERS. 

Sec. 243. "And be it enacted, That no person shall be entitled to act as a Chairman, 
Public Carter, Porter, Chimney-sweeper, or Carrier of Coals, for hire, within the limits of 
this Act, until he is licensed to act in either of these capacities by the Magistrates, who 
shall cause a Register of such persons to be kept, and, if they see cause, exact security for 
their honesty and good conduct ; and such persons, when so licensed, shall be subject to 
such Regulations as the Magistrates may make as conditions of such licence, or otherwise 
for their government, and for the regulation of the stands or places such persons shall 
occupy, with their carts, barrows, utensils, or implements, under such penalties, not exceed- 
ing Forty Shillings, as the Magistrates may fix ; and any person acting in any of the said 
capacities without having such licence, or after such licence is recalled or suspended, which 
the Magistrates are hereby authorised to do at pleasure, shall be subject to a penalty, not 
exceeding Forty Shillings, for each offence." 

" At Edinburgh, the First Day of January, 
" One Thousand Eight Hundred and Forty-nine years. 

" Which day the Magistrates of the City of Edinburgh being assembled, did, and do hereby, in virtue 
of the 243d section of the Edinburgh Police Act, 1848, enact and ordain the following Bye-laws tor regulat- 
ing the Chimney-Sweepers of Edinburgh, acting as such within the limits of the said Act. 

" W. Johnston, Lord Provost. 
" John Melville, B. 
" J. H. Stott, B. 
" And. Tait, B. 
" Wm. Tullis, B." 



BYE-LAWS AND FARES. 

1. No person shall be permitted to act as a Chimney-Sweeper within the limits of the 
said Act, unless such person shall have been licensed by the Magistrates, either by directly 
holding a Badge from them, or from a Master Chimney-Sweeper licensed by them ; and 
each person receiving a Badge as a Chimney-Sweeper shall accept it on the condition that 
he shall observe these Regulations, and any others the Magistrates may from time to time 

2. Before receiving such licence, he shall (if required) produce a certificate of his good 
character, and shall also find caution acted in the Burgh Court Books for his good behaviour, 
honesty, and intromissions, and to observe and obey these Regulations, or any others the 
Magistrates may think proper to make for regulating Chimney-Sweepers, under the penalty 
of Forty Shillings, attour performance ; and when his cautioner dies, or leaves Edinburgh, 
the Chimney-Sweeper shall give intimation thereof to the Depute City Clerk, and find 

3. Each Master' shall receive a Badge for himself, and one, bearing his name, for each of 
the men in his employment, for whom he shall be responsible, and shall produce when 
required to answer to any complaint which may be brought against him for a contravention 
of these Regulations ; and failing his producing the man, the complaint shall proceed 
against the Master. Any Chimney-Sweeper holding a Badge from a Master after leaving or 
being dismissed from his service, and refusing or delaying to deliver the same when required, 
shall be liable in a penalty of Forty Shillings. 



REGULATIONS FOR THE CHIMNEY-SWEEPERS OF EDINBURGH. 



05 



4. When a chimney takes fire, only the two Chimney-Sweepers with Badges first present 
will be entitled to enter the premises for the purpose of extinguishing the fire, unless others 
are specially called by the occupiers, or by the Police, to assist ; and no Chimney-Sweeper 
will be entitled to refuse his assistance in extinguishing fires when called for. 

5. Chimney-Sweepers failing or refusing to shew their Badge when demanded may be 
denied admittance to any house, the chimney of which is on fire ; and no person shall 
refuse admittance to the first two licensed Chimney-Sweepers who may present themselves, 
or to any others who may be required, whether Firemen or Chimney-Sweepers, for the 
purpose of extinguishing a chimney on fire in the premises. 

6. Chimney-Sweepers wilfully injuring or destroying chimney-stalks or cans, or grates, 
will be liable in the penalty in the foresaid Act, and also in reparation and restitution of 
the property destroyed. 

7. No licensed Chimney-Sweeper shall be entitled to refuse an engagement to sweep a 
chimney or chimneys when required. 

8. Each Chimney-Sweeper shall wear his Badge on the breast of his outer garment, and 
shall always be provided with ropes, besoms, brushes, ladders, bags, and all other imple- 
ments necessary for sweeping chimneys and extinguishing fires. He shall be ready on all 
occasions to serve the inhabitants ; and shall always conduct himself in a civil and decorous 
manner. He shall also be provided with a copy of these Regulations, and shall shew the 
same and his Badge when and by whomsoever required. No Chimney-Sweeper shall 
transfer or lend his badge to another. 

9. Ail fares shall be charged according to the annexed Table ; and any person committing 
any breach thereof, or of these Regulations, shall be subject to a penalty not exceeding 
Forty Shillings, besides deprivation or suspension of licence. 

10. The City Officers and Constables of Police are authorised and enjoined to see these 
Regulations enforced, and all complaints arising out of any breach thereof shah proceed, at 
the instance of the Procurator Fiscal of the City, before the Magistrates. 



TABLE OF RATES FOR CHIMNEY-SWEEPERS. 



1. KITCHEN VENTS. 5. d. 

For Sweeping a Kitchen Vent, . 1 
With Smoke Jack, Hot Plate, and Oven, 2 6 
With Hot Plate and Oven only, . 1 6 
With either Hot Plate or Oven, . 1 3 
Kitchen Vents on third fiats and up- 
wards, 9 

Washing-house Boilers, Flues, &c. with 

cleaning doors, . . . . 2 G 

2. ROOM VENTS. 

With Register or Kinnaird Grates, in 

first or second flats, ... 1 



With Common Grates, 

With Register or Kinnaird Grates, on 
third flats and upwards, . 

With Common Grates on ditto, . 

Poor persons with only one fireplace, 

When two or more Vents are swept at 
the same time, on first or second 
flats, for the first, whether Room or 

Kitchen, 

Every other, .... 



8, 


d. 





9 





9 





8 





8 


1 








9 



Note. — These charges not to affect the fares under the first head ; — the fares under the 
second head to include the trouble in removing and replacing the grate, which must be 
done carefully. 



3. SHOP, WAREHOUSE, BANK:, OR PUBLIC 

OFFICE VENTS. S. d. 

For Sweeping each Vent upon the 
ground flat, .... 1 

On first flat or upwards, for the first 

Vent, -10 

Every other, .... 9 



4. FOUL CHIMNEYS. 8. d. 

Extinguishing and Sweeping a Foul 
Chimney, besides paying for such 
materials as may be destroyed in 
extinguishing, . . . . 5 
The Magistrate before whom any case in dispute is brought 
may, if he see cause, allow a smaller sum than the charge 
under this head. 



06 REGULATIONS FOR THE CHIMNEY-SWEEPERS OP EDINBURGH. 



]y t e . — Extra work required to be done in Sweeping any Vent, to be paid according to- 
the agreement of parties, or as may be decided by the Master of Fire Engines or other 
party, to whom any dispute may be referred. 

In order to prevent as much as possible Chimneys taking fire, the Magistrates recom- 
mend to the inhabitants to get their Chimneys swept every six weeks, and not to employ 
or admit to their houses, or to the roof thereof, any Chimney-Sweeper not having a Badge, 
or who refuses to produce the same when demanded. 

The Magistrates also recommend to the inhabitants to keep properly secured the Hatch- 
way or other access to the roofs of their houses, and not to entrust the key thereof to any 
Chimney-Sweeper who has not a Badge, in order to prevent theft and destruction to pro- 
perty. 



BANK DIRECTORY. 



67 



BANK DIRECTORY. 



BANKS AND BANKING COMPANIES IN SCOTLAND, 
WITH THEIR BRANCHES. 



The Head Office of each Bank is printed in Italics. For the London and 
Edinburgh Agents, see always the Head Office. 



ABERCHIRDER— North of Scotland Bank, J. 

Alexander, jun. 
pBEBDEEN— UnionBanko/Scotland,D.Wyiis, 

Cashier. Draw on Union Bank of Scotland, 
Edinburgh. Glyn & Co., London 
Aberdeen Town and County Bank, William 
Littlejohn, Cashier. Draw on Royal Bank, 
Edinburgh; Jones, Lloyd, & Co., London 
North of Scotland Banking Co., J. West- 
land, Manager. Draw on Commercial Bk., 
Edinburgh ; Barclay, Bevan, & Co., and 
Union Bank of London 
Bank of Scotland, Arthur Thomson, Agent 
British Linen Company, John Manson, Agent 
Com. Bank of Scotland, George Milne, Agent 
National Bank of Scotland, A. Chivas, Agent 
City of Glasgow Bank, John Cruickshank 
and John Morison 
ABERFELDY— Central Bk. of Scotland, R. Peter 

Union Bank, George Rankine, Agent 
ABERLOUR— Union Bank, Wm. Stuart, Agent 
ABOYNE— North of Scotland Bank, James Ogg 
AIRDRIE— Bank of Scotland, John Dalziel, Agent 
National Bank of Scotland, James Kidd, Agent 
City of Glasgow Bank, Rankin and Mitchell 
Clydesdale Bank, James Watson 
ALEXANDRIA— Clydesdale Bank, Lewis Guthrie 
ALFORD— North of Scotland Bank, And. Wilson 
Aberdeen Town and County Bank, W. Gordon 
ALLOA — Com. Bank of Scotland, James Moir 
National Bk. of Scotland, D. MacWatt, Agent 
Clydesdale Bank, John Fotheringham, Agent 
Union Bank of Scotland, Thomas Brydie 
ALYTH — Royal Bank, William Yeaman, Agent 

Dundee Banking Company, W. Japp 
ALVA — Union Bank of Scotland, AVm. Cowan, 

Agent 
ANDERSTON— Union Bank of Scotland, John 
M'Kendrick, Agent 
Clydesdale Bank, W. H. Bremner, Agent 
City of Glasgow Bank, Charles Phillips 
ANNAN — British Linen Co., Robert Irving, Agent 
Commercial Bank of Scotland, Simpson and 

Skelton 
Royal Bank of Scotland, A. Downie, Agent 
ANSTRUTHER— National Bank of Scotland, H. 
B. Mackintosh, Agent 



Clydesdale Bank, John Smith, Agent 
Eastern Bank, Philip Oliphant 
ARBROATH— Bank of Scot., James Muir, Agt. 
British Linen Company, James A. Dickson 
Commercial Bank of Scotland, M'Donald and 

Rollo, Agents 
Royal Bank of Scotland, A. Binny, Agent 
ARDROSSAN— Bank of Scot., D. I. Mack, Agent 
Royal Bank of Scotland, John Jackson and 

A. K. Barbour, Agents 
City of Glasgow Bank, James 0. Mack, jun. 
AUCH1NBLAE— North of Scotland Bank, Robert 
Crabb, Agent 
City of Glasgow Bank, James Farquharson 
AUCHTERARDER— Central Bank of Scotland, 
Clerk and Smitton 
Union Bank, William Young 
AUCHTERMUCHTY— Bank of Scotland, Henry 
W. Walker, Agent 
Union Bank of Scotland, Rt. Playfair, Agent 
AYR— Bank of Scotland, Charles Campbell, Agt. 
Royal Bank of Scotland, P. W. Kennedy, Dis- 
trict Manager 
National Bank of Scotland, Gavin Gemmell 
Union Bank of Scotland, Hunters & Co., 
Cashiers. Draw on Union Bank of Scot- 
land, Edinburgh; Glyn & Co., London 
Clydesdale Bank, R. M'Kay, Agent 
Commercial Bank of Scotland, W. C. Gray 
City of Glasgow Bank, Adam Hunter 
AYTON— Commercial Bank of Scotland, Thomas 
and James Bowhill 
Royal Bank of Scotland, Walter Carter, Agt. 
BALFRON— British Linen Co., Michael Robertson, 

Agent 
B ALL ATER— Union Bank of Scotland, George 

Haynes, Agent 
BALMACARA — Commercial Bank of Scotland, 

John Finlayson, Agent 
BANCHORY— Union Bk. of Scotland, J. Malcolm 

North of Scotland Bank, William Sim 
BANFF— Com. Bank of Scotland, A. M'Ewen 
National Bank of Scotland, T. Adam, Agent 
Union Bank of Scotland, James Rust 
N. of Scotland Banking Co., G. Cruickshank 
Aberdeen Town and County Bank, W. Courts 
City of Glasgow Bank, James Crosbie, Agent 



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BANK DIRECTORY. 



BARRHEAD— Bank of Scot., Archibald Brownlie, 
Agent 
City of Glasgow Bank, Thomas M'Lellan 
Union Bank of Scotland, Mat. Anderson, Agt. 
BATHGATE— Union Bank of Scotland, M. K. 
Buyers, Agent 
Nat. Bank of Scotland, John Johnstone, Agt. 
Royal Bank of Scotland, A. Simpson, Agent 
BEAULY— Com. Bank of Scotland, Alex. Eraser 

City of Glasgow Bank, Theodore Chisholm 
BEITH— Com. Bank of Scotland, James Faulds 
Union Bank of Scotland, "William Love 
Clydesdale Bank, Ramsay & Bailey 
BERTIE— N. of Scotland Bank, A. W. Henderson 
Aberdeen Town and County Bank, R. Glegg 
BIGGAR — Commercial Bank of Scotland, Thomas 
Paid, jr. 
National Bank of Scotland, Adam Pairman 
Royal Bank of Scot., David Thomson, Agent 
BLACKFORD— Central Bank, D. Lawson 
BLAIRATHOLL— Union Bank, A. Stuart, Agent 
BLAIRGOWRIE— Bank of Scotland, Alexander 
Robertson, Agent 
Commercial Bank of Scotland, Jas. Anderson 
Union Bank, William Shaw Souter, Agent 
BONAR-BRIDGE— A. Clark, Caledonian Bank 
BONHILL— Com. Bank of Scotland, Pat. Moir 
BO'NESS— Clydesdale Bank, Henderson and 

Forgan 
BOTHWELL— Union Bank, John Clarke 
BRECHIN— British Linen Co., D. D. Black 
City of Glasgow Bank, John Don 
Royal Bank'of Scotland, D. Guthrie & Sons 
Union Bank, Gordon & Lamb, Agents 
BRIDGE OF ALLAN— Union Bk.,D. Stewart, Agt. 
BROUGHTYFERRY— Dundee Banking Com- 
pany, J. C. Lindsay 
BUCKIE — North of Scotland Banking Company, 
J. Davidson, Agent 
City of Glasgow Bank, James Thomson 
Union Bank, Alex. Bremner, Agent 
BURNTISLAND — National Bank of Scotland, 

Alexander Kidd, Agent 
CALLANDER— Bank of Scotland, Angus Mac- 

donald, Agent 
CALTON (Glasgow)— City of Glasgow Bank, 

Andrew Reid and W. S. Harvey, Agents 
CAMPBELTON— Commercial Bank of Scotland, 
William Watson 
Clydesdale Bank, David M'Dougall, Agent 
Roval Bank of Scotland, Chas. Munro, Agent 
CAMPSIE— Royal Bank, James Bishop, Agent 
CARLUKE— British Linen Co., J. Gilchrist, Agt. 

City of Glasgow Bank, T. Matthews, Agent 
'CARNWATH— Commercial Bank of Scotland, 

Thomas Paul, jun., Agent 
CARNOUSTIE— City of Glasgow Bank, C. Black 
CARNOUSTIE BRIDGE— Geo. Eraser 
CASTLE-DOUGLAS— Bank of Scotland, Andrew 
Milligan, Agent 
British Linen Company, James Moffat, Agent 
National Bank of Scotland, James Lidderdale, 

and W. H. Lidderdale 
Union Bank, R. Hewat, Agent 
CASTLETON BRIDGE (Isle of Man)— Bank 

of Mona, James Gill 
CATRINE— Royal Bank of Scotland, James 
M'Master, Agent 



COATBRIDGE— Royal Bank of Scotland, Thos. 
Torrance, Agent 
Union Bank of Scotland, R. Henderson, Agent 
COLDSTREAM— Bank of Scotland, James Cun- 
ningham, Agent 
British Linen Company, Win. Douglas 
COLINSBURGII— Com. Bk. of Scot., John Wood 
COMRIE — Commercial Bank of Scotland, Arcli. 

Ballantine, Sub-Agent 
COUPAR-ANGUS— Union Bank, W. Bett 

National Bank of Scot., D. Clark & C. Boyd 
Central Bank, J. Maclaren 
COWCADDENS— City of Glas. Bk., A. M. Reid 
Union Bank, H. D. Strang, Agent 
Royal Bank, Walter Denham 
CRAIL— Eastern Bank, Philip Oliphant 
CREETOWN— City of Glasgow Bank, James 

MacRisty 
CRIEFF— Union Bank, J. & A. Gibson 

Commercial Bank of Scotland, Wm. Brown 
Central Bank of Scotland, John M'Leish 
City of Glasgow Bank, J. M'Resty, Agent 
CROMARTY— Com. Bank of Scot., Robert Ross 

Caledonian Banking Company, A. G. Graham 
CULLEN— Union Bank of Scotland, W. L. Taylor 
North of Scotland Bank, C. S. Gordon, inte- 
rim Agent 
CUMNOCK— Bank of Scotland, M. M'Kerrow, 
and Hamilton Rose, Agents 
Royal Bank of Scotland, Andrew White, Agt. 
Clydesdale Bank, Wm. Ettershank 
CUPAR-FIFE— British Linen Co., W. Pagan & Son 
Commercial Bank of Scotland, Geo. Hogarth 
National Bank of Scotland, Wm. Drummond 
Royal Bank of Scotland, Arthur Russell, Agt. 
Clydesdale Bank. Andrew Taylor 
City of Glasgow Bank, Wm. Duncan, Agent 
DALBEATTIE— Union Bank of Scotland, James 

Grieve, Agent 
DALKEITH— Com. Bank of Scotland, Geo. Gray 
Clydesdale Bank, John Bowes 
National Bank of Scotland, James Lee Hen-j 

derson, Agent 
Royal Bank of Scotland, John and Richard 
Pateison, Agents 
DALMELLINGTON— Clydesdale Bank, William! 
Robertson, Agent 
Royal Bank of Scotland, Robt. Guthrie, Agt. 
DALRY— Clydesdale Bank, James M'Cosh 

City of Glasgow Bank, Gow & Stirrat, Agents 
DALRY (Ayr) — Union Bank, sub. to Beith; open 

only two days in the week 
DALRY (Kirkcudbrightshire) — Union Bank ot 

Scotland, James Barbour, Agent 
DENNY — Clydesdale Bank, James Cousland, 

Agent 
DINGWALL— Caledonian Bank. Co., John M'lver 1 
National Bank of Scotland, John Mitchell and 

George II. Duncan, Agents 
City of Glasgow Bank, Hector Munro 
DOLLAR — Clydesdale Bank, James Gibson, I 

Agent 
DOUGLAS— City of Glas. Bank, Jas. ThorburnJ 
Agent 
Commercial Bank of Scotland, Arch. D; 
Scott, Agent 
DOUGLAS (Isle of Man)— John S. Jackso 
Bank of Mona, Manager 



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BANK DIRECTORY. 



69 



DOUXE — Union Bank of Scotland, Alex. Mitchell, 
Agent 
Royal Bank of Scotland (Sub-branch to Stir- 
ling), Robert Main, Agent 
DORNOCH— Caledonian Banking Company, W. 

S. Fraser, Agent 
DRUMORE (Wigtownshire) 
DRYMEN— Royal Bank of Scotland, Hugh M'Cal- 

lum, Agent 
DUFFTOWX— North of Scotland Bank, J. Petrie 
Aberdeen Town and County Bk., W. Canthie 
DUMBARTON— Commercial Bank of Scotland, 
J. Robson 
Union Bank, Robert Buchanan 
DUMFRIES— Bank of Scotland, Robert Threshie 
and James Johnston, Agents 
British Linen Co., Robert & Samuel Adamson 
Commercial Bank of Scotland, Primrose and 

Gordon 
National Bank of Scotland, Alex. Hannay and 

William Strachan, Agents 
Clydesdale Bank, T. II. M'Gowan, Agent 
Royal Bank of Scotland, Gordon & White- 
law, Agents 
Union Bank of Scotland, Jii. Jackson, and J. 
Symons, Agents 
DUNBAR— British Linen Company, John Kelly 
Commercial Bank of Scotland, W. H. Ritchie 
Citv of Glasgow Bank, John Jaffrey, Agent 
DUX BL'AXE— Union Bank of Scotland, William 

Christie 
DUNDEE— Bank of Scotland, William Miller, 
Manager 
British Linen Company, John Symers and 

James Christie 
Dundee Bank, C. "W. Boase, Manager. Draw 
on Union Bank of Scotland, Edinburgh ; 
and Kinloch & Sons, London 
Eastern Bank of Scotland, D. Sidey, Gene- 
ral Manager. Draw on Barclay and Co., 
London ; and Commercial Bank, Edinburgh 
National Bank of Scotland, John Henderson, 

Agent 
Royal Bank of Scotland, David Anderson, 
Agent. 
DUNFERMLINE— Bank of Scotland, John Carr, 
Agent 
British Linen Company, John Landale 
Com. Bank of Scotland, D. G. Rutherford 
Nat. Bank of Scotland, W. Beveridge, Agent 
DUXKELD — Com. Bank of Scotland, James Day 
Stewart 
Union Bank of Scotland, J. Dickie 
Central Bank of Scotland, John Duff 
DUNNING — Union Bank, M. Lawson, Agent 
DUNOON — Union Bank of Scotland, John Millar, 
Agent 
City of Glasgow Bank, Arch. Mitchell, Agent 
DUNSE — Bank of Scotland, George Peat and R. 
F. Hardy, Agents 
British Linen Co., Cunningham and Wyllie 
City of Glasgow Bank, Alex. Crawford, Agt. 
Royal Bank of Scot., Wm. K. Hunter, Agent 
DURNO (Pitcaple)— Aberdeen Town and County 

Bank, George Webster 
EAGLESHAM— Clydesdale Bank, James Tassie 
EAST LIXTON— National Bank of Scotland, Wm. 
Mason, Agent 



ECCLEFECHAN— Royal Bank, David Ewart,Agt- 
ECIIT — Aberdeen Town and County Bank, James 

Coutts 
EDINBURGH— Bank of Scotland, Bank Street, 
John Mackenzie, Treasurer ; Arch. Bennet, 
Secretary; Thomas Armstrong, Cashier, 
and George M. Tytler, Assistant Secretary 

Royal Bank of Scotland, St Andrew Square, 
Laurence Robertson, Cashier ; Jas. Wright, 
Secretary ; Wm. TurnbnH, Accountant. 
Draw on Bank of England and Branches ; 
Bank of Ireland and Branches ; and Coutts 
& Co., London. — Sub-office, Hunter Sq.,. 
William Morton 

British Linen Company, St Andrew Square, 
Alex. Goodsir, Manager; William Spence,. 
Secretary ; William Paterson, Assistant do. ; 
Archibald Nimmo, Cashier. Draw on Bank 
of England and Branches ; Bank of Ireland 
and Branches ; and Smith, Payne, & Smiths, 
London ; United States, Upper Canada, 
North America, Australia, &c. — Sub-office, 
Newington, James Kirkland 

Commercial Bank of Scotland, George St., 
A. K. Mackenzie, Manager ; James Reid, 
Secretary; Wm. Leckie, Cashier; Erskine 
Sutherland, Accountant. Draw on Jones,. 
Lloyd, & Co., and Coutts & Co., London. 
—Sub-offices— 100 South Bridge, P. Ro- 
bertson, Agent ; Grassmarket, R. Steven- 
son, Agent; and 24 Constitution Street, 
Leith 

Oriental Bank Corporation, 23 St Andrew 
Square, Robert Dundas Cay, Agent. Draw 
on head office, London 

Union Bank of Scotland, Parliament Square, 
Samuel Hay, Manager ; Wm. Brand, Secre- 
tary ; John Simpson, Accountant ; Lau- 
rence Taylor, Cashier. Draw on Coutts & 
Co., Barclay & Co., and Glyn & Co., Lon- 
don; Rothschild Freres, Paris. — Sub-office, 
62 George St., A. M. Touch, Agent 

National Bank of Scotland, St Andrew 
Square, William J. Duncan, Manager ; 
Tlios. Anderson, Secretary ; John Rhind, 
Accountant. Draw on Glyn & Co., Lon- 
don, and on Union Bank of London 

Edinburgh and Glasgow Bank, 29 George 
Street, James Greenhill, Manager ; Alex- 
ander Auchie, Accountant. Draw on Bar- 
net, Hoares, & Co. London 

Clydesdale Bank, Royal Exchange, M. Bal- 
main, Agent ; R. Hastings, Accountant. 
Draw on Barnett, Hoares, & Co., London; 
— 29 George Street, James Greenhill, 
Manager ; Alex. Auchie, Accountant. 

City of Glasgow Bank, 12 Hanover Street, 
Wm. Bain, Manager; Charles Hay, Sub-, 
Manager and Accountant. Draw on Lon- 
don Joint Stock Banii. — Sub-offices — 
Grassmarket, George Steele ; Hunter Sq., 
H. S. Pillans 

Alexander Allan §• Co., 40 Princes Street, 
Draw on Barclay & Co., London 
EDZELL — Union Bank, James Guthrie 
ELGIN— British Linen Co., R. & W. Brander 

Caledonian Banking Company, James Grant 
and George Leslie. 



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City of Glasgow Bank, Thomas Allan 
Com. Bank of Scotland, Alex. Mackenzie 
North of Scotland Bank, George Robertson 
Royal Bank of Scotland, Murdoch & Forsyth, 

Agents 
Union Bank of Scotland, James Petrie 
ELIE — National Bank of Scotland, William R. 

Ketchen, Agent 
ELLON — Aberdeen Town and County Bank, John 
Rae, jun. 
Union Bank of Scotland, George F. Raeburn 
North of Scotland Bank, T. Milne, jun. 
ERROL— Union Bank, T. R. Kinmont 
EYEMOUTH— Commercial Bank of Scotland, 

Thos. and James Bowhill 
FALKIRK— Bank of Scotland, A. Maefarlane, Agt. 
Commercial Bank of Scotland, Chas. S. Gauld 
National Bank of Scot., Robert Adam, Agent 
Clydesdale Bank, John Russel Aitken 
Royal Bank of Scotland, John Gair, Agent 
FALKLAND— City of Glasgow Bank, Charles 

Gulland, Agent 
FERRY -PORT -ON -CRAIG— City of Glasgow 

Bank, James White, Agent 
FETTERCAIRN— City of Glasgow Bank, Alex. 

Don, Agent 
FOCHABERS— Union Bank of Scot., John Cran 
FORFAR— Com. Bank of Scotland, George Lyon 
Dundee Bank, Patrick MefTan, Agent 
National Bank of Scotland, James Young 
Royal Bank of Scotland, John Yeaman 
Union Bank, Wm. Lowson, Agent 
FORRES— British Linen Co., Thomas Davidson 
Caledonian Banking Co., R. and A. Urquhart 
National Bank of Scotland, F. C. Mackenzie, 

Agent 
City of Glasgow Bank, James G. Mamford 
FORT-WILLIAM— British Linen Co., J. M'Gregor 
National Bank of Scotland, D. S. MacLaren, 
Agent 
FORTROSE — City of Glasgow Bank, Colin 

MTntosh, Agent 
FRASERBURGH— Bank of Scotland, Lewis Chal- 
mers, Agent 
Aberdeen Town and County Bk., C. M'Beath 
Union Bank of Scotland, Geo. Wallace, Agent 
North of Scotland Bank, John Lawson, Agent 
FYVIE — Aberdeen Town and County Bank, James 

Mackie 
GALASHIELS— Bank of Scotland, Wm. Ruther- 
ford, and Alexander Rutherford, Agents 
National Bank of Scot., Wm. Haldane, Agt. 
Royal Bank, William Paterson and Robert 
Stewart, Agents 
GALSTON— Union Bank of Scotland, Jo. Hendrie 
GARMOUTH— Caledonian Bank, H. R. Thomson 

and Son 
GATEHOUSE— Bank of Scotland, D. J. Ewart, 
Agent 
Union Bank, W S. Sutherland, Agent 
GIRVAN — Union Bank of Scotland, Wr. Andrews 
Commercial Bank of Scotland, John B. Ross 
National Bank of Scot., Smith and Graham, 

Agents 
Royal Bank of Scotland, William Brown, jun., 

Agent 
City of Glasgow Bank, Alexander Kelly 
GLASGOW— Bank of Scotland, Andrew Niclson 



Manager; George W. Hill, Sub-manager. — 
Laurieston Branch, James Gourlay and 
James Syme, Agents 

Union Bank of Scotland, James Robertson, 
Manager. Draw on Union Bank of Scot- 
land, Edinburgh; Glyn and Co., London; 
Anderston Branch, J. M'Kendrick, Agent; 
Cowcadden 8 Branch, H. D. Strang, Agent; 
Tradeston Branch, Andrew Gray, Agent ; 
Trongate Branch, George Kenton, Agent 

City of Glasgow Bank, Robert Salmond, 
Manager ; Alexander Stronach, Assistant- 
manager. London Agents — London Joint- 
stock Bank 

Royal Bank of Scotland, Archibald Robertson, 
Cashier; Hugh Cowan, Sub-cashier. Dis- 
trict Branches — 244 Argyle Street, Alex. 
Balderston, Agent; 44 Canning Street, 
443 Gallowgate, Alexander Waddell and 
James Waddell, Agents; 191 Cowcaddens, 
Walter Denham, Agent 

British Linen Company, P. Brodie 

Commercial Bank of Scotland, William John- 
ston and William Paul; District Branch, 
Trongate, George Scotland 

National Bank of Scotland, John Hart and 
James Milln, Agents. Draw on Union 
Bank of London, and Glyn & Co. District 
Branches — 178 Argyle Street, Wm. Reid, 
Agent; St Rollox, John Paris, Agent 

Clydesdale Bank, Geo. Readman, Manager; 
William Brown, Assistant-Manager. Draw 
on Barnett, Hoares, & Co. and London 
and Westminster Bank. 

Greenock Bank, John Robson 
GLENLUCE — City of Glasgow Bank, Gilbert 

Symington, Agent 
GOLSPIE — Aberdeen Town and County Bank, R. 
B. Sangster 

British Linen Company, Donald Gray 
GORBALS (Glasgow)— City of Glasgow Bank, 

Thomas Smith, Agent 
GOREBRIDGE— City of Glasgow Bank, Donald 

Fraser, Agent 
GOVAN— City of Glasgow Bank, T. Baird, Agent 
GRANGEMOUTH— Commercial Bank of Scot- 
land, John S. Mackay 

Royal Bank of Scot., J. Theodore Salveson, 
Agent 
GRANTOWN— National Bank of Scotland, James 
Stewart, Agent 

Caledonian Banking Co., Wm. Fleming, Agt. 

Royal Bank of Scotland, Donald Grant, Agt. 
GREENOCK— Bank of Scot., Thos. Stark, Agent 

Union Bank of Scotland, Andrew Anderson 

National Bank of Scotland, A. Thomson and 
John Thomson 

Clydesdale Bank, Alexander Rodger 

City of Glasgow Bank, Jas. J. Grieve, Agen 

Royal Bank of Scotland, D. M. Latham, Agt 

British Linen Co., T. 0. Hunter 
GREENLAW — City of Glasgow Bank, Allan 

Purves, Agent 
HADDINGTON— Bank of Scotland, Thos. Todric: 
and James Gibson, Agents 

City of Glasgow Bank, J. and R. Richardso: 

British Linen Company, John Ferme 

Com. Bank of Scotland, Wm. Dods, Agent 



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71 



HAMILTON— Bank of Scot., Wm. Aikman, Agt 
British Lineu Co., J. Henderson and S. 

Simpson 
Commercial Bank of Scotland, Thos. Anderson 
City of Glasgow Bank, Mungo Cochrane 
Royal Bank of Scotland, T. J. and W. A. 
Dykes, Agents 

HAWICK — British Linen Company, William and 
Gilbert Davidson 
Commercial Bank of Scotland, G. & J. Oliver 
National Bank, Thomas Purdom, Agent 
Boval Bank of Scot., Jas. Carmichael, Agent 

HELENSBURGH— -Clydesdale Bank, R. D. Orr 
Union Bank, Wm. Drysdale 

HUNTLY — Union Bank of Scotland, Robert and 
James Milne 
Aberdeen Town and County Bank, J. Lawson 
North of Scot. Bank. Co.,"J. & J. Robertson 

INNERLEITHEN— Union Bank, Jas. D. Bathgate 

INSCH — North of Scotland Banking Company, 
A. Roger and Son 
Aberdeen Town and Comity Bank, Jas. Bisset 

INYERARY— National Bank of Scotland, John 
M'Arthur, Agent 
Union Bank of Scotland, Q. M. Wright, Agent 

INYERGORDON— Commercial Bank of Scotland, 
A. Munro 
North of Scotland Banking Co., Rod. Hay 

INVERKEITEIXG— Easter Bank, Wm. Eraser 

INVERNESS— Bank of Scotland, D. Duff, Agent 
British Linen Company, Ross and Shortt 
City of Glasgow Bank, John K. Greig 
Caledonian Banking Company, C. Waterson, 

Manager 
Commercial Bank of Scotland, Jas. Wilson 
Nat. Bank of Scotland, John Mackay, Agent, 
and James Donald, Assistant agent 

INVERURY— Union Bank of Scotland, R. Innes 
Aberdeen Town and County Bank, A. S. 

Maclean 
North of Scotland Bank, J. Davidson, Agent 

IRVINE — Union Bank of Scotland, Alexander and 
John Paterson 
Clydesdale Bank, Patrick and John Blair 
British Linen Co., Montgomerie &M'Jannet 
Royal Bank of Scot., John A. Rankin, Agent 

ISLAY — National Bank of Scotland, Duncan 
M'Alister, Agent 
Citv of Glasgow Bank, James Stein 

JEDBURGH— British Linen Co., J. M. Grainger 
National Bank of Scot., Geo. Rutherford, Agt. 
City of Glasgow Bank, G. Hilson, jun., Agent 
Royal Bank of Scot., Chas. Anderson, Aaent 

JOHNSTONE— Union Bank of Scot., J. Holmes 
City of Glasgow Bank, John Reid 

KEITH — Union Bank of Scotland, R. Green 

Aberdeen Town & County Bank, W. Thorburn 
North of Scot. Banking Co., W. Longmore 

KELSO— Bank of Scotland, Jas. S. Darling, and 
John F. S. Darling, Agents 
British Linen Company, James Roberton 
Commercial Bank of Scotland, Jas. Douglas 
National Bank of Scotland, Jas. Tait, Agent 
City of Glasgow Bank, Patrick Wilson 

KILDRUMMY— Aberdeen ' Town and County 
Bank, William Christie 

KILLIN— Union Bank, A. M'Callum, Agent 
Central Bank, Charles Stewart 



KILMARNOCK— Bank of Scotland, Adam Cowie, 
Agent 
Nat. Bank of Scotland, James Wilson, Agent 
Clydesdale Bank, Alex. Connell 
Commercial Bank of Scotland, A. J. Bruce 
Royal Bank of Scotland, Gumming & Urie, 

Agents 
Union Bank of Scotland, R. & J. Gairdner 
KILBINNIE-City of Glas. Bank, Jn. Alexander 
KILWINNING— Com. Bank of Scot., Hugh King 

City of Glasgow Bank, James Henderson 
KINCARDINE— Commercial Bank of Scotland, 
A. C. Stephen 
Union Bank of Scotland, Robert Gentle 
KINCRAIGIE— Union Bank of Scotland, Mackay 

& Summers 
KINGUSSIE— British Linen Co., D. Macpherson 

Caledonian Banking Cov., Donald M'Rae 
KINNETHMONT— Aberdeen Town and County 

Bank, James Yule 
KINROSS— Clydesdale Bank, Hugh Laird 
City of Glasgow Bank, Henry Maitland 
British Linen Company, J. W. Williamson 
KINTORE — British Linen Co., James Amiand, 

Sub -a gent 
KIRKCALDY— Bank of Scotland, A. G. Morgan, 
Agent 
Com. Bank of Scotland, Samuel Davidson 
Union Bank of Scotland, John N. M'Leod 
Nat. Bank of Scotland, H. Beveridge, Agent 
City of Glasgow Bank, James Russell 
K1RKCOWAN— James Milrov, Agent 
KIRKCUDBRIGHT— Bank of Scotland, William 
II. M'Lellan, and David M'Lellan, Agents 
National Bank of Scotland, Robert M. Gordon, 
Agent 
KIRKINTILLOCH— National Bank of Scotland, 
Thomas Whitelaw, Agent 
City of Glasgow Bank, John Shearer 
KIRKWALL — Com. Bank of Scot., James Spence 
and Son 
National Bank of Scotland, John Baikie and 

Robert Easton, Agents 
Union Bank, Rob. Scarth 
KIRRIEMUIR— British Linen Company, W. For- 
rest and Son 
Union Bank, Wilkie and Black 
National Bank of Scotland, G. B. Brand, Agt. 
City of Glasgow Bank, James Brodie, Agent 
LAMLASH— City of Glas. Bank, J. Begg, Agent 
LANARK — Commercial Bank of Scotland, Thos. 
Paul 
Royal Bank of Scot., Alex. Anderson, Agent 
City of Glasgow Bank, David Stodart, Agent 
LANGHOLM — British Linen Company, Alex. & 
Thomas Stevenson 
National Bank of Scotland, Robert Wallace, 
Agent 
LARGO— National Bank of Scot., W. R. Ketchen, 

Agent 
LARGS— National Bank of Scotland, J. R, Valence 
City of Glasgow Bank, James Lang, jun. 
Royal Bank of Scotland, H. M. Lang, Agent 
LARKHALL— City of Glas. Bank, Jno. Patterson 
LASS WADE— City of Glasgow Bank, Wm. Young 
LAUDER — Bank of Scotland, John Romanes and 
Robert Romanes, Agents 
City of Glasgow Bank, T. Broomfield, Agent 



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BANK DIRECTORY. 



LA URENCEKIRK— Aberdeen Town and County 
Bank, D. and P. Dickson 
North of Scotland Bank, John Watson, Agent 
LAURISTON (Glasgow)— Bank of Scotland, 
James Gourlay, Agent ; James Lyon, Sub- 
agent 
City of Glasgow Bank, W. R. Crombie 
LEITH — Bank of Scotland, Thomas Jones and 
George B. M. Wyse, Agents 
British Linen Company, Joseph Cundell 
Commercial Bank of Scot., Robert Mowbray 
Clydesdale Bank, G. W. Reoch 
National Bank of Scotland, James Wallace, 

Agent 
Union Bank of Scotland, John A. "White, Agt. 
Royal Bank of Scotland, A. H. Wilson, Agt. 
LERWICK— Union Bank of Scotland, F. G. 

Bruce 
LESLIE — Union Bank of Scotland, Win. Elder, 

Agent 
LESMAHAGOW— Royal Bank of Scotland, John 
Gibb, Agent 
City of Glasgow Bank, Andrew Smith and 
John Hamilton, Agents 
LEVEN— Com. Bank of Scotland, David Nicol 
Royal Bank of Scotland, Andrew Wilkie, Agt. 
City of Glasgow Bank, John Smith 
LINLITHGOW— Commercial Bank of Scotland, 
Robert R. Glen 
City of Glasgow Bank, John Hardv 
LOCHEE— Dundee Banking Company," D. Rollo 
LOCHGELLY (Fife)— Union Bank, John Wright 
LOCHGILPHEAD— Union Bank of Scotland, H. 
M'Ewan 
Clydesdale Bank, A. Campbell, Agent 
LOCHMABEN— National Bank of Scotland, Wm. 

Kinross, Agent 
LOCHWINNOCH— City of Glasgow Bank, John 

Reid, Agent 
LOCKERBY— Royal Bank of Scotland, Wm. 
Richardson, Agent 
Clydesdale Bank, John Baird, Agent 
Com. Bank of Scot., Osmond de H. Stewart 
LONGSIDE— North of Scotland Bank, R. Cheves 
LOSSIEMOUTH— Royal Bank of Scotland, Alex- 
ander Sim, Agent 
LUMSDEN— Union Bank, D. Thomson 
LYBSTER — Aberdeen Town and County Bank, 

Alexander Mount 
MACDUFF— North of Scotland Bank, Robert 
Morison, Agent 
Union Bank of Scotland, Alex. A. Leask, 
Agent 
MARKINCH — Commercial Bank of Scotland, 

Alexander Gowan 
MARYHILL— Union Bank, II. Kirkwood 
MAUCHLINE — Commercial Bank of Scotland, 

John Strathdee 
MAYBOLE— Union Bank of Scot., Wm. Rennie 

Royal Bank of Scotland, Wm. Brown, Agent 
MEIGLE — Royal Bank, David Murray, Agent 
MELROSE — British Linen Company, Curie, 
Erskine, and Curie 
Royal Bank of Scotland, Freer & Dunn, Agts. 
METHLIC— North of Scotland Bank, John Grant 
METHVEN— Royal Bank of Scotland, John 

Docter, Agent 
MIDCALDER— Clydesdale Bank, David Scoular 



MILNATHORT— City of Glasgow Bank, Henry 

Maitland 
MINTLAW— Aberdeen Town and County Bank, 

John Farquhar 
MOFFAT— Bank of Scot., James M'Millan, Agt. 
British Linen Company, Thomas Reid 
Union Bank of Scotland, Jas J. Burnie. 
MONIHIVE— Union Bank of Scotland, William 

Smith, Agent 
MONTROSE— Bank of Scotland, Jn. Boyd, Agent 
Royal Bank of Scotland, Thomson & Savege, 

Agents 
British Linen Company, James Beattie 
Eastern Bank of Scotland, Geo. C. Myers, 

Agent 
National Bank of Scotland, David Hill and 

George C. Chalmers, Agents 
North of Scotland Bank, Robert Walker, Agt. 
Union Bank, Findlay and Greig 
MUIRKIRK— Clydesdale Bank, James White 
MUSSELBURGH— Commercial Bank of Scotland, 
Alex. 0. Spence 
Royal Bank of Scotland, Thomas Lees 
NAIRN — British Linen Company, Adam Davidson 
National Bank of Scotland, J. D. Lamb, Agt. 
Caledonian Banking Co., P. Macdougal, Agt,. 
NEILSTON— Union Bank of Scotland, Matthew 

Anderson 
NEYVBURGH— Central Bank of Scotland, Lyell 
and Chrystall 
Commercial Bank of Scotland, Alexander 
Laing, Agent 
NEW CUMNOCK— City of Glasgow Bank, Wm. 

Hunter, Agent 
NEW DEER— North of Scotland Banking Co., 
John Middleton 
Aberdeen Town and County Bank, J. and A. 
Joiner 
NEW GALLOWAY— Clydesdale Bank, Ad. Cor- 

rie, Agent 
NEW PITSLIGO— Union Bank of Scotland, Wil- 
liam Spence, Agent 
NEWTON-STEWART— British Linen Company, 
James Newall 
City of Glasgow Bank, A. M'C'utcheon and 

Wm. Jameson 
Clydesdale Bank, Peter Dargie and Robert 

Carson 
National Bank of Scotland, James B. Dill, 
Agent 
NORTH BERWICK— British Linen Company, 

James Dall & Son, Agents 
NUNTON (Lochinaddy)— City of Glasgow Bank, 

Rod. Macdonald 
OBAN — City of Glasgow Bank, Robert Kennedy 
National Bank of Scotland, Angus Gregorsou, 
Agent 
OLD DEER— North of Scotland Bank, D. Cruden 
OLD MELDRUM— North of Scotland Bank, Jas. 
Manson 
Aberdeen Town and County Bank, John 
Bruce, Agent 
PAISLEY— Bank of Scot., John Hutcheson, Agt. 
British Linen Company, John Peden 
Union Bank of Scotland, John Affleck 
National Bank of Scotland, P. Guilleaume, 

Agent 
City of Glasgow Bank, Archibald Hodge 



BANK DIRECTORY. 



73 



PARTICK— City of Glasgow Bank, Gavin Paisley, 

Agent 
PEEBLES— Bank of Scotland, Walter Thorburn, 
Agent ; John Buchan, Sub-agent 
British Linen Company, W. Stuart and W. 

Blackwood 
Union Bank, John Bathgate 
PEEL (Bank of Mona)— R. J. Moore, Agent- 
Branch of City of Glasgow Bank 
|ENICUIK— Clydesdale Bank, John Paterson 
PERTH— Bank of Scotland, Robert Horn, Agent 
British Linen Company, John Conning and 

Hunter 
City of Glasgow Bank, Andw. Cunningham 
Central Bank of Scotland, Archibald Burns, 
Manager. Draw on Commercial Bank, 
Edinburgh; Glyn & Co., London 
Com. Bank of Scotland, Thos. Soutar, Agent 
National Bank of Scotland, D. L. Jolly, Agt. 
Union Bank, David Craigie, Cashier. Draw 
on Union Bank of Scotland, Edinburgh; 
Barclay & Co., London 
Roval Bank of Scotland, Pat. Soutar, Agent 
PETERHEAD— Commercial Bank of Scotland, T. 
J. Bremner 
City of Glasgow Bank, Wm. Robertson 
Union Bank of Scotland, A. and W. Boyd 
Aberdeen Town and County Bank, Thos. Knox 
North of Scot. Banking Co., Wm. Alexander 
PITLOCHRY— Commercial Bank of Scotland, 
Alexander M'Naughton 
Central Bank of Scotland, D. M'GMewie 
Union Bank, James Mitchell 
POLLOCKSHAWS— Clydesdale Bank, J. Tassie 
City of Glasgow Bank, John and Walter 
Stewart, Agents 
PORT-GLASGOW— Union Bank of Scotland, 
Peter Simpson, Agent 
Greenock Bank, A. M'Lachlan & Co. 
City of Glasgow Bank, David Inglis 
Roval Bank of Scotland, James Anderson 
PORTO'BELLO— Royal Bank of Scotland, Wm. 
Warren, Agent 
Clydesdale Hank, W. Newlands, Agent 
PORT-PATRICK— City of Glasgow Bank, John 

M'CIew 
PORTREE— National Bank of Scotland, H. Mac- 
donald, Agent 
North of Scotland Bank, L. Skene, Agent 
PORTSOY— North of Scotland Bank, James Moir 
Union Bank of Scotland, Peter Murray, Agt. 
PORT- WILLI AM— City of Glasgow Bank, John 

Eraser, Agent 
RAMSAY (Isle of Man)— Joseph Mawby— Branch 

of City of Glasgow Bank 
RHYNIE— North of Scot. Bank. Co., Jas. Roger 
ROSEHEARTY— Union Bank, James Milne 
ROTHES— City of Glasgow Bank, James Dean, 
Agent 
Caledonian Banking Co., John Gardner 
ROTHESAY— Royal Bank of Scot., J. II. Scrapie 
Clydesdale Bank, J. Wilson 
City of Glasgow Bank, Donald Munro 
RUTHERGLEN— City of Glasgow Bank, D .Mur- 
ray, Agent 
ST ANDREWS— Bank of Scotland, A. K. Linde- 
say and G. M'Gregor, Agents 
Clydesdale Bank, Walter Walker 



Eastern Bank, W. F. Ireland 
Royal Bank of Scotland, Stuart Grace, Agent 
ST CLAIRTOWN— Commercial Bank of Scotland, 

S. Davidson, Agent 
ST VINCENT STREET BRANCH (Glasgow), 

City of Glasgow Bank, James Dale 

SALTCOATS— Royal Bank of Scotland, Robt. K. 

Barbour and John Jackson, Agents 

City of Glasgow Bank, James Fullerton 

SANQUHAR— British Linen Co., J. W. M'Queen 

Royal Bank of Scot., E. II. Warren, Agent 
SELKIRK — British Linen Company, John Lang 
Union Bank of Scotland, Peter Rodger, Agt. 
STEWARTON— Royal Bank of Scotland, James 
Love, Agent 
Union Bank of Scot., Alexander & Deans, Agts. 
Clydesdale Bank, James Black 
STIRLING— Bank of Scotland, Alex. Brodie, Agt. 
Royal Bank of Scotland, Robert Sconce, Agt. 
Union Bank of Scotland, J. & J. Mathie 
Com. Bank of Scotland, James Morrison 
Clydesdale Bank, James Monteath and J. 

Drysdale 
National Bank of Scotland, John Murrie, Agt. 
City of Glasgow Bank, Andrew Hutton 
STONEHAVEN— Bk. of Scot., Wm. Stewart, Agt. 
Aberdeen Town and County Bank, A. W. 

Kinnear 
North of Scotland Bank, James Scott, Agent 
STONEHOUSE— City of Glasgow Bank, Thomas 

Duncan 
STORNOWAY— National Bank of Scotland, Ro- 
derick Morrison, Agent 
City of Glasgow Bank, James M'Kenzie 
STOW— City of Glasgow Bank, J. D. MTntyre 
STRANRAER— British Linen Company, Kerr and 
M'Caig 
City of Glasgow Bank, A. M'Neill Caird, Agt. 
Clydesdale Bank, A. Ingram, John Ken- 
Union Bank of Scotland, David Guthrie, A«t 
STRATHAVEN— Bank of Scot., T. Tennent, Agt. 
Nat. Sec. Savings Bank (Glasgow), R. Wilson 
Union Bank of Scotland, William Gebbie 
Royal Bank of Scot., Robert Wilson, Agent 
STRICHEN-North of Scotland Banking Co., J. 

Anderson 
STROMNESS— National Bank, J. Beatton, Agent 
Com. Bank of Scotland, Jas. Gilchrist, Agent 
TAIN — British Linen Co., Williamson and Ross 

Com. Bank of Scotland, Kenneth Murray 
TARBERT (Lochfine)— Union Bank of Scotland, 

Arch. M'Calman 
TARLAND— Union Bank of Scotland, And. Ross 
Aberdeen Town and County Bank, Andrew 
Robertson 
TARVES — Aberdeen Town and County Bank, 

William Duthie 
THORNHILL— Union Bank of Scot., D. Crichton 

British Linen Company, James Russell 
THURSO — Commercial Bank of Scotland, John 
Henderson 
Nat. Bank of Scotland, D. Fielding, Agent 
Aberdeen Town and County Bank, A. Adam 
TILLICOULTRY- Clydesdale Bank, A. P. Lo- 
rimer 
Union Bank of Scotland, John Kirk, Agent 
TOBERMORY-Clydesdale Bank, Henry Nisbet, 
Agent 



BANK DIRECTORY. 



TRADESTON— Union Bank of Scotland, Andrew 

Gray, Agent 
TRANENT— City of Glas. Bank, Jas. Richardson 
TRONGATE— Union Bank, Geo. Renton, Agent 
Commercial Bank of Scotland, Geo. Scotland 
City of Glasgow Bank, Wm. Robertson 
Clydesdale Bank, P. B. Junor 
TROON— Union Bank of Scotland, R. C. Reid 
TURRIFF— Com. Bank of Scotland, F. Sonter 
North of Scot. Banking Co., Norman Gordon 
Union Bank of Scotland, W. Pirie, Agent 
Aberdeen Town and County Bank, A. Leslie 
WEST END — City of Glasgow Bank, A. G. 

Brown, Agent 
WEST KILBRIDE— City of Glasgow Bank, Robt. 

Gemmel, Agent 
WEST CALDER— City of Glasgow Bank, Andw. 

Mangle, Agent 
WEST LINTON— Bank of Scotland, Archibald 
Alexander, Sub-agent 



WHITBURN— City of Glasgow Bank, Robert 

Gardner 
WHITHORN— National Bank of Scotland, G. C. 
Dinwoodie, Agent 
Clydesdale Bank, George Agnew Main, 
Agent 
WICK— Com. Bank of Scotland, R. L. Peploe 
Aberdeen Town and County Bank, Alex, and 

T. Adam 
City of Glasgow Bank, David Davidson 
Union Bank, A. Wares, Agent 
WIGTOWN— Clydesdale Bank, Thomas Murray 
British Linen Company, George C. Black, 

Agent; E. S. Black, Sub-agent 
City of Glasgow Bank, James M'Lean 
WISHAW — British Linen Company, James Gil- 
christ 

Royal Bank of Scotland, James Miller, Agent 
City of Glasgow Bank, James Shirlaw 



PUBLIC 0FFICE3, ETC. 



75 



PUBLIC OFFICES, &c. 



MAGISTRATES AND COUNCIL OF THE 
CITY OF EDINBURGH. 

Lord Provost— Right Hon. John Melville. 



Bailies- 



' James Blackadder 
Robert Stephenson 
William Forrester 
Robert Johnston 
Robert S. Grieve 
Thomas Russell 



Dean of Guild — Duncan Maekiulay 
Treasurer— George Eliza Russell 
Convener — George Tibbetts 



COUNCILLORS. 



William Dick 
Andrew Fyfe 
Alexander Hay 
Thomas Murray, LL.D. 
James David Marwick 
James Crighton 
James Macknight 
Francis Brown Douglas 
John Hope 
George Robertson 
Alexander Cassels 
George H. Marshall 
William J. Sands 
John Boyd, jun. 
Alexander Auchie 



George Wood 
Duncan S. Anderson 
George H. Girle 
James Ford 
Adam Mossman 
Joseph Drysdale 
James T. Alexander 
John Greig 
James C. Anderson 
Peter Jamieson 
Francis Richardson 
James Ritchie Dymock 
David Ridpath 
David Peat 
John Mood 





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In addition to the elected Members, the Lord Provost is ex officio a Director of the Water Company. Those 
marked * are Conveners of_the respective Committees. 



76 



PUBLIC OFFICES, ETC. 



MEMORANDUM. 

The Ordinary Meetings of the Committees will be held as follows : — 
Committee. Place of Meeting. Time of Meeting. 



Law 

Lord Provost's 

Plans and "Works 

College ... 

Treasurers ... 

Streets and Buildings 

Cleaning and Lighting 



Committee Room 

Lord Provost's Chambers 

Committee Room 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



"Wednesday at 11. 

Do. at 12. 

Thursday at 11-15. 

Do. at 12-30. 

Friday at 11. 

Do. at 2. 

Monday at 10-30. 



The Trinity Hospital and Market Committees do not commonly require Weekly Meetings. "When 
meetings are necessary, they are held in the Committee Room on Monday, — at 12 and 1 o'clock re- 
spectively. Of the Appeals" Committee, occasional meetings only are held. 



MAGISTRATES AND TOWN COUNCIL OF 
LEITH. 

Provost — James Taylor 

Bailies — William Lindsay, John Kay "Wishart, 
William Strachan Gavin, George "Wren 

Treasurer — David Spence 

Councillors— James Carnie, Colin Duncan, Ro. 
"Wright, Y. J. Pentland, George Y. Turnbull. Wm. 
Steedman, Richard Millar, juu., M. C. Gibson, 
David Young, John Adam 

Commissioners of Police of Leith — The Magis- 
trates and Town Council 

Superintendent and Procurator-Fiscal of Police 
Court — James Grant 

Town- Clerk — "William Anderson 

Officers — A. Sinclair and John Robinson 

MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT. 

STAFF IN EDINBURGH. 

Commanding the Forces— Major -General Viscount 

Melville 
Aide-de-Camp — Captain Jones 

Fort -Major — Major A. C. Anderson 

Assistant Adj. -General— Colonel W. A. M'Cleverty 

Staff- Adjutant— Lieutenant John O'Neill 

Staff-Surgeon-Major— J. T. Telfer 

Paymaster — Lieutenant R. C. Craigie 

Recruiting Service— Captain H. V. Glegg, H. M. 

I. M. Forces 
Royal Artillery— Colonel J. W. Fitzmayer, C.B. 
Royal Engineers — Colonel Edward Frome 
District Inspector of Musketry — Captain D. C. 

Hill, 40th Regiment 
Assistant Commissary-General— P. Rolleston, Esq. 
Local Force— Acting Staff-Officer of Pensioners 
Lieut. -Col. Hope 
Major J. "W. Boyd 
Purveyor of the Forces — R. M. Lonsdale 

ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT AND BARRACK BRANCH. 

Chaplain — Rev. J. Millar 

Storekeeper— Ts. Gibbs, Esq., Edinburgh Castle 

E. Clerk at Leith Fort— March Gerald 

Barrack Master— Captain Wickham 

Clerk of "Works— M. Grant 

Master Gunner, Edinburgh Castle— Jas. Finlay 

Ordnance Law Agent — "William Waddell, "W.S. 



OFFICE OF INLAND REVENUE— 
10 WATERLOO PLACE. 

STAMP AND TAX DEPARTMENT. 

Solicitor and Comptroller-General — Angus Flet- 
cher, Esq. 

Cashier of Stamps, and Receiver- General of Land 
and Assessed Taxes — Donald Ross, Esq. 

Clerk— David Crole 

CLERKS— 1 ST CLASS. 
Chief Clerk, Solicitor's Department, Alexander 
Ogilvy ; Warehousekeeper of Stamps, W. D. 
Gallaway; Chief Clerk Comptroller-General's 
Department, Alexander Somerville 

CLERKS — 2D CLASS. 

Charles G. C. Christie, J. M. Salmon, G. Anderson 

CLERKS — 3D CLASS. 

Alexander S. Gilchrist, C. G. Mackay, John W. 
Douglas, Thomas G. Reid, George Slight, Wil- 
liam Carrick, John Burns, Mark H. D. Park 

CLERKS — 4TH CLASS. 

A. Smith, W. S. Bowie, J. M. Pender, D. C. Yule r 
John C. Patterson, Geo. Millar, Wm. Welsh, 
James Anderson, Neil Boyle, Williain Taylor, 
James M. Gidney 

LEGACr-DUTY DEPARTMENT. 
Chief Clerk, John Parker — 1st. Edward Barnes — 
2d, G. J. Macquire— 3d, G. J. Farnfield — 4th, 
James Gordon 

STAMPING-ROOM. 
William Stewart, Robert Wilson, John Mackenzie. 
William M-Evoy, Lachlan M'Pherson 

MESSENGERS. 

James Carrie and Duncan Stewart 

HOUSEKEEPER. 

Mrs Balfour 

EXCISE DEPARTMENT. 

Solicitor — Angus Fletcher, Esq. 

Solicitor before the Inferior Courts — M. Lothian 

Collector — Donald Ross, Esq. 



PUBLIC OFFICES, ETC. 



77 



Clerks— 1st, John Yelland— 2d, B. D. Wilson— 
3d, J. K. Simson 

Supervisors — James Christie, William Morison, 
James Anderson, James Morison, John G. 
Brauford, William Dear 

Permit Office— No. 5 South College Street, Edin- 
burgh, and Customs Premises, Leith 

Standing Counsel — Patrick Eraser, advocate 

ASSESSED TAXES SURVEY. 

OFFICE, NO. 6 WATERLOO PLACE. 

Inspector of Taxes — Alexander Paterson 
Surveyors of Taxes — John M'Kelvie, Thomas Cul- 

len, Alexander Fraser, R. S. Smith, and W. G. 

Kinmont 

CUSTOMS— PORT OF LEITH. 

Solicitor for Scots Law— W. H. Sands, W.S. 

Collector — Thomas M. Wearne 

Comptroller — W. Broster 

Landing Surveyors — D. W. Lowe, C. S. Gavin 

Tide-Surveyors — J. Thomson, II. P. Freshail, and 

H. J. Webster 
Housekeeper and Messenger — Alex. Crichton 

COAST GUARD. 

Inspecting Commander, Leith — Captain G. B. 
J effreys 

GENERAL POST-OFFICE, 

Waterloo Place. 

Secretary for Scotland — Francis Abbott, Esq. 

Chief Clerk— G. Gowan, Esq. 

secretary's office. 

Hours, 10 to 4— Saturdays, 10 to 1. 

First Class Clerks— W. W. Halliburton, C. J. 

Connell, Esqs. 
Second Class Clerks — J. Gonsalez, W. Muckle, 

J. B. Blake 
Supplementary Clerks — J. G. Prentice, J. F. 
Billans, A. Lowson 

Solicitor — John Cay, jun., Esq. 
Medical Officer — Dr A. Halliday Douglas 

surveyors, and clerks to surveyors. 

Surveyors — John Warren, R. R. Smith, Esqs. 

Clerks to Surveyors — E. Forrest, R. Hobson, B. 
G. Beale, W. E. Pratt, Esqs. 

Stationary Clerks to Surveyors — William Brown, 
William Cousland 

Clerks in Charge — G. Craigie, J. Simpson, W. 
Stevenson, James Tait, R. Walker, Wm. Scott, 
D. AV. Pennington 

Inspector of Mails — (Acting) T. Mawson, Esq. 

Inspecting Mail Guards — George Fraser, James 
Clark 

ACCOUNT BRANCH. 
Hours, 10 to 4. 

Accountant — John Marrable, Esq. 

Examiner — William Houy, Esq. 
CLERKS. 

First Class — R. 0. Anderson, G. Young, W. Forres- 
ter, C. T. Butchard, G. Atkins, J. Shepherd, Esqs. 

Second Class — G. S. Smith, J. S. Wyllie, J. San- 
derson, F. Craigie, R. C. O'Hara, A. G. Bowie, 
J. Gray, J. Hamilton, J. Simm, E. Warren, 



II. P. Thorne, C. B. Hay, J. Priest, T. A. 

Croal, G. Steell, F. T. Atkins 
Supplementary — D. Turnbull, W. B. Hamilton, J. 

S. Smyth, AV. B. Nash, J. Slater, F. J. Bishop, 

AV. Campbell, G. Stronach, S. Ormiston, M. 

Mackenzie, F. Braid, F. Dilly, C. Clark, R. 

Falconer 

SORTING department. 
Controller — T. B. Lang, Esq. 
Deputy-Controllers— T. Young, AV. J. Smellie, 

J. 1. Atkinson, Esqs. 

CLERKS. 

First Class — A. G. Somerville, R. Greig, J. Shearer, 
G. Thomson, F. Jones, G. AV. Hailing, Esqs. 

Second Class — J. AVeir, AV. Kerr, II. M'Laurin, 
A. Young, T. C. Lowes, J. G. Scott, AV. Baird 

Supplementary— J. Murray, G. Traquair, J. Cock- 
burn, AV. Gray, J. AVeir, jun. 

Inspector of Letter-Carriers — Robert Ilislop 

Assistant Inspectors — A. Simpson, Geo. Mitchell, 
E. Greenhow 

Clerks on the Old Establishment— J. Gentle, G. 
Davidson, D. W. Ternent 

SORTERS, LETTER-CARRIERS, MESSENGERS. 

First Class — John Conochie, Hugh Black, A. G. 
Somerville, jun., J. Grieve, R. Campbell, A. 
Forbes, H. S. Andrew, R. Hunter, John 
M'Donald, AV. Conochie, AV. Proudfoot, T. 
Collherd, G. D. Robertson 

Second Class — G. White, R. Hamilton, J. Frier, 
A. Anderson, T. Thomson, J. Maconochie, J. 
Black, AV. Taylor, AV. Forbes, A. Stewart, T. 
Kerr, J. Dickson, G. Jack, Jas. Macdonald, J. 
Hunter, D. Sutherland, J. M'Nairn, G. M. Sil- 
ver, A. Mackenzie, R. Whyte, jun., H. Buckle 

Third Class — A. Lawson, T. Campbell, J. Dundas, 
J. Lindsay, AV. Martin, J. Lees, J. Lawson, R. 
Thomson, D. Hogg, G. Leighton, A. Morris, P. 
Stewart, T. Kidd, W. Murray, J. Gilchrist, R. 
Nisbet, R. Moir, AV. Patison, J. Muir, J. Mackie, 
G. AYhite, A. Aitken, A. Stewart, R. Salmond, 
A. Blair, D. Gray, J. Robertson, D. Orr, D. 
Duncan, W. MacPherson, A. AV. Muir, J. Muir, 
jun., T. Baillie, J. Fraser, D. AVilkie, N. Stew- 
art, J. Mitchell, A. Millar, G. Watt, G. Bartle- 
man 

Fourth Class — T. Paterson, W. Robertson, A. 
Ramage, J. Mercer, J. Murray, J. Neilson, 
R. Dickson, A. Turnbull, J. Richmond, J. 
Muir, T. Dobie, P. Smith, D. Greig, J. Mather, 
T. Alexander, J. Kerr, J. Darling, sen., J. 
Darling, jun., R. Darling, A. Ferguson, J. 
Dow, A. Dale, T. Mackenzie, J. Aird, R. Suttie, 
J. Pendridge, J. T. Gray, G. Roddick, D. 
Cameron, A. Campbell, R. Whyte, J. Topping, 
P. Ferguson, J. Mauchline, P. Robertson, L. 
Smith, R. Stewart, C. Aird, A. Sherrit, T. 
Stobbie, AV. Chines, R. Gordon, J. AVatson, T. 
Corson, T. Silcraig, B. Drummond, A. Mitchell, 
AV. Elphinston, AV. Stephenson, G. Brown, T. 
A. Fleming, G. Leighton, jun., J. Clark, A. 
Black, A. Blackie, J. Stewart, T. Logan, A. 
Gillies, AV. Brown, J. Flynn, R. Bower, J. 
M'Intyre, J. AVilliamson, G. Holmes, AV. Hunter, 
T. B. Macdonald, J. Louttit. (Three vacancies.) 

Housekeeper — Miss M. Hislop 

Labourers— D. AVilson, Thomas Wood, J. Bain 



PUBLIC OFFICES, ETC. 



PAROCHIAL BOARD OF MANAGERS OF 
THE POOR. 

CITY OF EDINBURGH. 

Chairman — Bailie Blackadder 

Managers — Dr A. Maxwell Adams, Councillor Rid- 
path, John Smith, George Archibald, Robert 
Campbell, James Jaap, James Cotton, Alex- 
ander Bos-well, John AVilliams, John Cotton, 
George Henderson, Andrew Thomson, M.D., 
Joseph H. Stott, John Forrester (who dec-lined 
to act), Alexander Christie, James Andrew, 
M.D., Alexander Aitken, William Donaldson, 
George Copland, Dr William Brown, Councillor 
Sands, David Curror, William Cattanach, Dr 
John Robertson Sibbald, Councillor Marwick, 
Councillor Peat, Councillor Hay, John Shand, 
W.S., John Beatson Bell, W.S., George Cairns, 
S.S.C., Thomas Dunn, S.S.C. 

Inspector and Treasurer — George Greig 

OFFICE DEPARTMENT. 

Book-keeper and Cashier — Joseph Wood 
Assistant Inspector of Children Boarded out — 

William Mathieson 
Assistant Inspectors — Robert Davidson, East Divi- 
sion of Parish ; George Jamieson, West do. do. 
Sub-Inspectors — Archibald Dewar, Thomas Hay 
Assistant Book-keeper — David Hutchison 
Historical Register Clerk — James Mackindlay 
Clerks — John James Caird and James Gordon 
Sheriff-Officer and Justice of Peace Constable — 

James Nisbet 
Collector — 
Office — Forrest Road 

HOUSE DEPARTMENT. 

House Governor — Daniel Kemp 

Chaplain — Robert Johnston 

Matron — Mrs Sarah Anderson 

Assistant Matron — Miss Ellen Whiteford 

Matron of East Division — Mrs Christian Christie 

Teacher — AVilliam Blaikie 

Gate-keeper — William Scott 

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 
House Surgeon — John Smith, M.D. 
Dispensary and District Surgeon— Francis D. 

MacCowan, M.D. 
District Surgeons — James Cappie, M.D., W. D. 

Adams, M.D. 
Apothecary — William Grigor 
Funerator and Dispensary Porter — James Sinclair 

PAROCHIAL BOARD OF CANONGATE. 

Chairman — John Christie, Esq. 

Acting Committee — John K. Watson, jun., John 
Clark, John Mime, John Christie, John Bryden, 
John Johnstone, Andrew Smith, T. Drybrongh, 
Andrew Thomson, Robert Thornton, Robert 
Younger, William Arthur, William White, Wm. 
Menelaws, Henry Smellie, William Shepherd, 
John Hunter, David A T icolson, jun., W. Knight, 
D. C. Moodie, George Swan, Thomas Hope, Js. 
Lewis, James Robertson, James Haldane, James 
Ford, Wm. D. B. Fox, Dr Mackie, Wm. Jas. Hill 

John Thomson, Inspector 

David Inglis, Collector and Recorder 

H. D. Alexander, M.D., Surgeon 

Miss Safely, Matron 



ST CUTHBERT S OR WEST KIRK. 

Chairman — Robert Johnston, W.S. 
Acting Committee — James Adam, S.S.C, Francis 
Aitcheson, Alexander Aitken, William Balbeny, 

C. M. Brody, Alexander Brown, Wm. Clarkson, 
Thomas Fairgrieve, Archibald Gibson, Alex. 
Hay, James Hardie, Robert Johnston, W.S., D. 
Kinniburgh, John Kirkhope, George Lorimer, 
G. R. Maitland, AVilliam Milne, John Momet, 
William Murray, J. M. Mowbray, W.S., Alex. 
M'Arthur, F. D. M'Cowan, M.D., Js. Paterson, 
M.D., James Pears, James D. Pridie, George 
Pringle, William Ritchie, Geo. Robertson, W.S., 
Peter Robertson, J. R. Smith, George Smith, J. 
Thom, William Thomson, Andrew Wilson, and 
David Wilson, M.D., F.R.C.S. 

The Committee meets on the third Tuesday of 
each month, at 10 o'clock a.ai. 
Inspector, &c. — James Craig 
Assistant Inspectors — William Sinclair, Thomas 

Dick, Robert Brown, and Andrew Rutherford 
Book-keeper — John Ferrier 
Assistant do. — David Gellatly 
Clerks — W. C. Johnston, Alexander Ross, and 

Henry Inglis 
House- Governor — James Robertson 
Chaplain — W. Taylor 
Matron — 

House Surgeon — J. Niven, M.D. 
District Surgeons— J. Middleton, M.D.. 1 West 

Adam Street ; J. C. M 'Donald, M.D., 3 Forrest 

Road ; W r . A. Gray, M.D., UBristo Street ; J. 

T. Alexander, surgeon, 6 Stafford Street ; W. 

Husband, M.D., 28 Clarence Street 
Collector of Assessment for Poor — Hart Anderson 

—Office, 1 Rutland Street 

SOUTH LEITH PAROCHIAL BOARD. 

GENERAL COMMITTEE. 

G. A. M'Laren, Esq., Chairman 

Robert Mathie, James Walker, J. T. Robertson, 
James W T att, William Thomson, Thos. Hardie, 
Charles M'Kinlay, Charles Doig, Wm. Lindsay, 
David Callender, David Spence, James Pope, 
James Brown, John Sturrock, Wm. Ford, Jas. 
Wilson, Wm. Steedman, Wm. Thorburu, Robert 
M'Lellan, Ebenezer Steel, Wm. Ximmo, Samuel 
Christie, Chas. Williamson, John Downs, A. A. 
Hutchison, David M'Kinlay, James Whyte 

Andrew Craig Simpson, Inspector 

John Day, Assistant Inspector 

A. Demster, House Governor 

Miss Smith, Matron 

NORTH LEITH PAROCHIAL BOARD. 

GENERAL COMMITTEE. 

C. P. Reid, Esq., Chairman 

John R. Blackie, David Bolton, AVilliam Calder, 
John Cochran, Andrew Cunningham, George 
Dryburgh, Colin Duncan, Thomas Eerenson, 
Wm. Gavin, Rev. W. M. Goalen, Michael" Jack, 
Joseph Gilgour, James Kyle, George Laidlaw, 
AVm. Lawson, John M'Xab, John ST. Mitchell, 
AVilliam Muir, C. P. Reid, Archibald Ritchie, 

D. H. Robertson, M.D., Adolphus M. Sceales, 
Peter Souter, James Stocks, Alex. D. Strong, 
Alexander Thomson, AVilliam Thomson. E. B. 
Tuting, John Wallace, Js. AVebster, Rt. AVright, 
J. H. Gardiner, Inspector 



PUBLIC OFFICES, ETC. 



79 



LIST OF PUBLIC OFFICES. 

WITH THE HOURS OF ATTENDANCE. 

Accountant in Bankruptcy, 32 St Andrew square 
Adjutant -General's Office, 21 Young st., 10 to 3 
Advocate's Library, Parliament sq., during Ses- 
sion, 9 to 4 ; A 7 acation, 10 to 4 
Advocates' Widows' Fund, 5 South-east Circus pi. 
Agricultural Museum, 3 Geo. IV. bridge, 10 to 3 
Antiquaries' Museum, Royal Institution Mound, 

Tuesday and Friday, 10 to 4 
Arts, Boyal Institution for Encouragement of Fine, 

National Gallery, Mound, 10 to 4 
Assay Office, 98 South bridge 
Auditor's Office, 16 Royal Exchange, 10 to 3 ; 

Saturday, 10 to 2 
Barrack Office, Castle 

Billet Master, Police Chambers, 11 to 3, & 6 to 8 
Botanical Gardens, Royal, Inverleith row, 6 A.M. 

to 6 p.m. 
Botanical Society, Royal, 6 York place 
Cess and Tax Office, County and City, 6 Waterloo pi. 
Chamber of Commerce, 11 Melbourne place 
Church of Scotland Offices, 22 Queen street, 10 to 
• 4, and 6 to 8 
•Crrr Chambers, 10 Royal Exchange — 

Accountant's Office, No. 11, 10 to 3, and 6 to 8 
Chamberlain's Office, No. 4, 10 to 4, and 6 to 8 
City Clerk's Office, Conveyancing Department, 

&c, No. 9, 10 to 3 
City Clerk's Office, Council Department, No. 8, 

10 to 3, and 6 to 8 
Depute City Clerk's Office, Judicial Department, 

No. 3, 10 to 3, and 6 to 8 

Procurator Fiscal's Office, No. 6, 10 to 3 

Public Works Office, No. 10, 10 to 4, and 6 to 8 

Session Clerk's Office, and Regist. Office for 

District of St Giles', No. 7, 10 to 3, & 6 to 8 

City Paving Board, 46 George street, 10 to 3 ; 

Saturday, 10 to 12 
Commissary Clerk's Office, Parlia. sq., 10 to 3 
Consistoriai Clerk's Office, Parlia. sq., 10 to 4 
Council Record Office, 1,0 Royal Exchange, 10 to 

3, and 6 to 8 
Crown Agent's Office, Parliament square 
Dean of Guild's Office, Royal Exchange, 10 to 3 
District Paymaster, 46 Hanover street 
Donaldson's Hospital Office, 32 Abercromby place, 

10 to 4 
Exchequer Office, Parliament square, 10 to 4 
Experimental Gardens, Inverleith row 
Free Church Offices, 58 Fred, st., 10 to 4, & 7 to 9 
Gas Light Co., Edinburgh, 25 Waterloo Place, and 

115 Constitution street, Leith, 9^ to 8£ 
Gas Light Co., Edinburgh and Leith, 8 George 

street ; 10 Baltic street, Leith, 9J to 8 
Gazette Office, 13 North Bank street, 10 to 3, 

and 6 to 8 ; Saturday, 10 to 12 
Gov. Emig. Office, 17 South St David st. 10 to 4 
Heriot's, George, Hospital Office, 11 Royal Ex- 
change, 10 to 4, and 6 to 8 ; Saturday, 10 to 12 
.Herring Fishery Office, Royal lust. Mound, 10 to 4 
Inland Revenue Office, &c, 10 Waterloo pi., cash 
10 to 3; Saturday 10 to 12, other business, 10 
to 4, and 10 to 1 ; lueiday and Thursday, for 
spoiled stamps, 1 2 to 2 
Joint Stock Companies' Registration Office, Ex- 
chequer, 10 to 4 



Justice of Peace Office for City, 10 Royal Ex- 
change, 10 to 3, and 6 to 8 

Justice of Peace Office for County, County Hall, 
10 to 3, and 6 to 8 

Justice of Peace Office and Baillie Court, for Canon- 
gate, Canongate Court-room, 10 to 3, and 6 to 8 

Leith — Collector's Office, 110 Constitution street 
Commercial List, 2 Bernard street 
Council Chambers, 107 Constitution street 
Custom-house, Leith, hours, 10 to 4 
Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway Office, Citadel 
Harbour Master's Office, foot of Shore 
Permit Office, Custom-house 
Police-Office, 18 Charlotte street 
Poor Rates (North Leith), 68 Constitution st. 
Poor Rates (South Leith), 59 Constitution st. 
Post-Office, 103 Constitution street 
Recorder's Office (So. Leith), 69 Constitution st. 
Session Clerk (North Leith), 40 Bridge street 
Session Clerk (South Leith), 69 Constitution st. 
Sheriff Clerk's Office, 18 Charlotte street 
Shipping Office, Mer. Marine, 60 Tolbooth wynd 
Shore Dues Office, Custom-house 
Town Clerk's Office, 107 Constitution street 
Transport Office, 42 Bernard street 

Min. Widows' Fund Office, 6 N. St David st. , 1 1 to 2i 

Northern Lights Office, 84 George street 

Ordnance Survey Office, 11 Melbourne pi. — War 
Department, Castle and Leith Fort, 10 to 4 

Passport Office, No. 3 City Chambers, 10 to 3; 
Saturday 10 to 1 

Permit Office, 5, College street, Custom-house 
Leith, 7 to 5 in winter, 7 to 6 in summer 

Police Office, 192 High street 

Sub-Offices— St Leonard street; 24 South St 
James' street ; Hamilton place, Stockbridge ; 
1 74 Fountainbridge ; foot of Leith Walk 

Police, County, County Buildings 

Police Collector's Office, Police Office, 10 to 5, and 
6 to 8 

Police Surveyor's Office,. 192 High street 

Post- Office, General, Waterloo place 

Prison Board, General, for Scotland, 99 George st. 

Public Works Office (Her Majesty's), Exchequer 
Buildings, 10 to 4 

Purveyor's Office, Castle, 10 to 4 

Railway, Edinburgh, Perth, and Dundee Office, 
9^ Princes street, 10 to 4 

Railway, North British, Office, Princes street ; 
Dalkeith Branch, St Leonard's 

Recorder's Office for Calton, 21 Calton hill, 10 to 4 

Recorder's Office for Canongate, 163 Canongate, 
10 to 3, and 6 to 8 

Recorder's Office for Greyfriars', Upper gate, 10 to 6 

Recorder for Newington and Buccleuch Burying-gr. 

Recorder's Office for St Cuthbert's, W. Churchyard 

Regalia Office, Royal Exchange, \ past 11, lor a 
limited number of orders 

Register House— 
Accountant to the Court of Session, Nos. 58 

and 60—10 to' 3 

Bill Chamber, Nos. 18 and 20— Session 10 to 

12, and 2 to 4 ; Sat, 10 to 12. Vacation and 

Recess, 10 to 12, and 2 to 3 ; Sat. 10 to 12 

Chancery Office, Nos.<39, 41, 43—10 to 3 ; Sat. 

10 to 12 
Edictal Citation Office,. No. 40 — Session, 2 to 4 j 
Vacation, 11 to 12 , 



so 



UNIVERSITY OP EDINBURGH. 



Extractor's Offices, Nos. 8, 10, and 12 — Session, 

10 to 3, and 6 to 8. Vacation, 11 to 1 Tu., 
Wed., Thur., Sat., 10 to 12, Session 

Free Fund, Court of Session, No. 6 — Session, 11 
to 3, and 6 to 8 ; Sat., 10 to 12. Vacation, 

11 to 2 ; Sat. 10 to 12 ; Box-days, 10 to 2 
General Records, 10 to 3 ; Sat, 10 to 12 
Great Seal Office, No. 43—2 to 3 

Jury Clerk's Office, No. 17 

Justiciary Office, Nos. 40, 42 — Session, 10 to 2, 
and 6 to 8. Vacation, 10 to 3 

Lyon Office, Nos. 53, 55 — 12 to 3 

Privy Seal Office, No. 19—2 to 3 

Register of Deeds and Protests, Nos. 36, 52 — 
10 to 3 

Register of Homings, No. 22. See Bill Cham- 
ber as to hours, &c. 

Sasine Office, No. 49—10 to 4 

Signet Office, Nos. 24, 26—3 to 4 ; Saturdays, 
from 11 to 12 

Tiend Office, Nos. 9, 11, 13 — Session, 10 to 3 ; 
Vacation, 11 to 2. Saturday, 10 to 12 
Royal College of Physicians, 10 Queen street 
Royal College of Surgeons, 18 Nicolson street 
Royal Engineers' Office, 42 Northumberland street 
Royal Exchange, 291 High street 
Royal Institution, Mound, 10 to 4 
lioyal Medical Society, Melbourne place 
Royal Observatory, Calton hill ; Astronomer 

Royal, C. Piazzi Smyth, F.R.A.S. ; Assistant 

Astronomer Royal, Alexander Wallace, M.A. 
Royal Society, Royal Institution, 10 to 4 
Schoolmasters' Widows' Fund, 1G Thistle street, 

10 to 3 
School of Arts, Adam Square 
Scottish Academy of Painting, &c, Mound 



Session Clerk's Office for Canongate, 163 Canon- 
gate, U to 3, and 6 to 8 
Session Clerk's Office for St Cuthbert's, 14 Lothian 

road, 10 to 3, and 6 to 8 
Sheriff Clerk of Chancery Office, Parliament square 
Sheriff Clerk's Office, County Hall, 10 to 4, and 7 to 9 
Signet Library, Parliament square — Session, 9 to 

5 ; Vacation, 11 to 4 
Society of Arts, Mound, ] to 4 
Solicitors-at-Law — Hall, 3 Royal Exchange 
Solicitors of Supreme Courts — Library and Hall, 
Parliament square — Session, 9 to 4. Vacation, I 
10 to 3 
Tax Offices:— 
Annuity, 12 Royal Exchange, 10 to 4, and 6 to 

S; Saturday, 10 to 2 
Canongate Poor Rate Office, 163 Canongate 
City Poor-Rates Office, 4 Forrest road, 10 to 4,j 

and 6 to 8 
Land and Assessed Taxes, for County and Citv, 

6 Waterloo place, 10 to 3 
Police Board, Police Chambers 
Property and Income, for County and City, 6 

Waterloo place, 10 to 8 
Property and Income, Waterloo place, 10 to 3 
Trustees for Manufactures, Royal Institution, 

Mound, 10 to 3, and to 8 
University Library, 10 to 1 in summer, 10 to 

in winter 
Water Co.'s Office, 123 Princes street, 10 to 3 

and 6 to 8 ; Saturday, 10 to 1 
Weights and Measures, Writers' court, 10 to 4 

and 6 to 8 
West Church Poor-Rates, 1 Rutland street 
Writers to the Signet Widows' Fund, 32 Aber- 
cromby place, 10 to 4 



UN 

Classes. 
Humanity 

Greek .... 
Mathematics . 
Logic and Metaphysics . 
Moral Philosophy . 
Natural Philosophy 
Rhetoric and Belles Lettres 
Practical Astronomy 
Agriculture . 
Universal History . 
■Theory of Music . 
Divinity 
Divinity and Church His 

tory .... 
Hebrew '. 
Biblical Criticism and Bib 

lical Antiquities . 
Civil Law 
Law of Scotland . 

'Conveyancing- 
Dietetics, Materia Me lie a 

and Pharmacy, . 
Chemistry . . , 
•Surgery 

Institutes of Medi< ine . 
General Pathology , 
Clinical Surgery . , 



IVERSITY OF EDINBURGH. 

Classes. 
Clinical Medicine . 



Professors. 
Mr Pil'lans 
Mr Blackie 
Mr Kelland 
Mr Fraser 
Mr Macdougall 
Mr Forbes 
Mr Aytoun 
Mr Smyth 
Mr Wilson 
Mr Innes 
Mr Donaldson 

> Rev. Dr Robert- 
j" son 
Rev. D. Liston 

I Rev. Dr R. Lee 



Anatomy 
Natural History 
Midwifery and Diseases 

Women and Children . 
Practice of Physic . 



of 



Professors. 
(Dr Lavcock 
(Dr Bennett 
Mr Goodsir 
Dr Allman 

> Dr Simpson 

Dr Lavcock 



Mr Swinton 

Mr More 

C.Mr Montgomery 
I Bell 

Dr Christison 

Dr Lyon Tlayfair 
Mr Miller 
Dr Bennett 
Dr Headers Dn 
Mr Syme 



During the Summer Session, Lectures will be 
given on the following branches of Educa- 
tion : — 

Botany — by Dr Balfour 

Natural History — by Dr Allman 

Histology — by Dr Bennett 

Medical Jurisprudence — by Dr Traill 

Theory of Music — by Professor Donaldson 

Military Surgery — 

Clinical Medicine — 

Clinical Surgery — by Professor Syme 

Comparative Anatomy — by Professor Goodsir 

Anatomical Demonstrations — by Professor Goodsir 

Practical Chemistry and Pharmacy — by Dr Dalzell 

Practical Anatomy — by Mr Goodsir 

Librarian, J. Small; Secretary to tlie Senatus, 
Professor Kelland ; Secretary to University, 
Alexander Smith; Begins Keeper of Museum 
of Natural History', Dr Allman; Janitor, 
James Cameron 



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Censors 



ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS. 

COUNCIL. 
Alexander Wood, President 
David Maclagan, Vice-President 
Wm. Seller, Charles Bell, James Andrew, Peter 
Taii-bairn, W. T. Gairdner, Alexander Ziegler 

OFFICE-BEAKERS. 

John Moir, > 

William Robertson J 

Audrew Halliday Douglas, Treasurer; D. R. Hal- 
dane, Secretary ; Charles AVilson, Librarian ; 
R. B. Malcolm, Procurator-Fiscal ; John Cold- 
stream, Curator of Museum ; John Small, 
ALA., Under Librarian ; Christopher Douglas, 
W.S., Clerk ; Thomas Marshall, Officer 

EXAMINEES OF FOREIGN GRADUATES. 

The President, Robert Christison, Wm. Seller, 
John Coldstream, J. Matthews Duncan, Alexander 
AVilson, D. Rutherford Haldane 



ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS. 

OFFICE-BEARERS. 
President — Robert Omond, M.D. 
Treasurer — John Gairdner, M.D. 
Secretary — John Scott, W.S. 
Librarian — Archibald Inglis, M.D. 
Conservator of Museum — W. Sanders, M.D. 
Officer — J. Dickie 



SURGEONS' HALL. 

Materia Medica & Dietetics Dr D. Maclagan 
Surgery .... Mr Spence 
Surgery (4 High School yd.) Mr Lister 
Surgery (8 Infirmary street) Dr P. H. Watson 
c " (Alex. M'Kenzie 

Sur S ei 7 • • • • J Edward3 
Chemistry . . . . Dr S. Macadam 
Analytical Chemistry . .) 
Practical Chemistry ) . > Dr S. Macadam 

(3 months' course)) .) 

Physiology . . . Dr Sanders 

Medical jurisprudence . . Dr Littlejohn 

(Drs Keiller, 
CUnical Medicine (Roy. Inf.) -\Vf. T. Gairdner, & 

(Warburton Begbie 

Clinical Surgery (Roy. Inf.) Mr Spence 

Anatomy . . . .) 

Anatomical Demonstrations, :- Dr Jn. Struthers 

Practical Anatomy . . ) 

General Pathology . . Dr R. Haldane 

Pathological Anatomy (Sat.) Dr R. Haldane 

Practice of Physic . . Dr W. T. Gairdner 

Royal Infirmary 

1V ,~ .. (Roy. Pub. Disp. 

Dispensary A isit . . j Ne £ Tmyn Dig * 

(Roy. Mat. Hosp. 

Practical Midwifery . . -I Roy. Pub. Disp. 

(New Town Disp. 

D .• i -m J R°y- Fub. Disp. 

Practical Pharmacy . . ^ Town m ^ 

Dental Surgery . . Roy. Pub. Disp. 



CHURCHES, CHAPELS, AND PLACES OF WORSHIP. 



THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND. 

Lj q „'c Cf i T - J- Crawford, D.D. 

Andrew s, ot < T , c , „ , ' 

(John btuart 

Bernard's, St A. K. H. Boyd 

Buccleuch Alex. M'Laren, M.A. 

■ n„.,^ *„ (Andrew R. Bonar 

, Ca » on g ate {Daniel M'Fie 

Cuthbert's, St U ohn Pa - n !' £■&■ n 

(James A eitch, D.D. 

David's, St George Pittendreigh 

Dean J. Birkmyre, D.D. 

Gaelic Donald Masson, M.A. 

! George's, St R.H.Stevenson 

; Greenside William Glover, D.D. 

. Greyfriars', New William Robertson 

Greyfriars', Old Robert Lee, D.D. 

ITlrrli TCirt (David Arnot, D.D. 

: -^'o 11 ^ 1 ^ (James M'Letchie, D.D. 

f John's, St Robert AA T . Eraser 

i Lady Yester's AA~m. Henry Gray, M.A. 

Luke's, St Thomas Andrews 

| Mary's. St j Ja ™ s 6 "»*J D - CL - 

J ■ ( Oxon, D.D. 

\ Morningside R. W. MacGoun, M.A. 

'• New Street 

Newino-ton 



Old Kirk John Clark, M.A. 

Stephen's, St AY. Muir, D.D., LL.D. 

Tolbooth Kirk George Smith, D.D. 

Trinity College AA'illiam Smith 

rp T-. , (John Hunter, D.D. 

TrouKirk {Maxwell Nicholson 

West St Giles' Robert Nisbet, D.D. 

THE FREE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND. 

New College, Edinburgh — Instituted 1S43. 

The AA T inter Session commences on the first 
Tuesday of November, and closes early in April. 

Principal — AA'illiam Cunningham, D.D. 

Secretary — James Bonar. 

Librarian — AA'illiam Cunningham, D.D. 

Sub-Librarian — Rev. John Laiug. 

Chairs. Frofessors. 

Divinity : 

o • ^i (J. Buchanan, D.D., 

Senior Class < ILD 

Junior Class J. Baunerman, D.D. 

Divinity and Church) w n , p, n 

History / W " Cunningham, D.D. 

Hebrew and Oriental) T i t\ t t r> 

Languages \ John Duncan, LL.D. 



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CHURCH DIRECTORY. 



Exegetical Theology.... Rev. G. Smeaton 

Natural Science 

Emeritus Alex. Black, D.D. 

Divinity Hall at Aberdeen — Rev. J. Lumsden. 

Rev. David Brown,D.D. 

Hebrew — Marcus Sachs. 

Divinity Hall at Glasgow — Rev. P. Fairbairn, 

D.D. Rev. J. Gibson. Rev. G. C. M. Douglas. 

W. M. Hetherington, D.D. 

Churches. 

Andrew's, St John Bruce, D.D. 

Bernard's, St Alex. W. Brown 

Buccleuch (Patrick Clason, D.D 

J Robert Gordon, C. $•£>. 

Canongate William Nisbet 

Chalmers' Territorial) w .„. „ m i 

Church, West Port...} Wllham Tasker 
Cuthbert's, St {** W-Moncreiff, 

David's, St Robert Ferguson, M.A. 

M'Crie Robert Philip 

Dean Thomas Brown 

Fountainbridge J. H. Wilson, M.A. 

Gaelic Thomas M'Lauchlan 

George's, St R. S. Candlish, D.D. 

Grey friars' Hugh Martin 

High Church Robert Rainy 

Holyrood William Balfour 

John's St (Thomas Guthrie, D.D. 

Jmn s ' &t tWilliam Hanna, LL.D. 

Lady Glenorchy's George R. Davidson 

Luke's, St A. Moody Stuart, M.A. 

Mary's, St Thomas Main 

Morningside Thomas Addis 

New North C. J. Brown 

Newington, &c James Begg, D.D. 

Paul's, St George Brown 

Pilrig W. G. Blaikie, M.A. 

Roxburgh W. C. Smith 

Stephen's, St F. Gillies 

Tolbooth W. K. Tweedie, D.D. 

Tron Church Andrew Milroy 

UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 

Arthur street Robert Gemmell 

Bristo street William Peddie, D.D. 

Broughton place Andrew Thomson, D.D. 

College street David M'Ewan 

Infirmary street William Bruce 

James' place R. S. Drummond, M.A. 

Lothian road William Reid 

Newington James Robertson 

Nicolson street George Johnstone, D.D. 

North Richmond street Thomas Stevenson 

Portsburgh David Croom 

Potterrow 

(Thomas Finlayson 

(Thomas M'Ewan 

Stockbridge Peter Davidson 

Union Church Robert Dick Duncan 



Rose street , 



SCOTTISH EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 

Andrew's, St C. R. Teape 

Columba's, St John Alexander, D.D. 

George's, St Alex. E. Watson, M.A. 

James's, St Edward S. Murphy, M.A. 

(E.B.Ramsay(Dean)M.A. 
John's, St -I J. 0. Millar, M.A. 

(D. F. Sandford 



( Right Rev. C. H. Terrot 

Paul's St ) ( Bisho P) 

rams ' &c 1 Leonards. Orde, M.A. 

( Jas. F.Montgomery, B.A. 

Pa dose.. S !'... Carmb . b ?! : '!} James M ' Lachlan 

Peter's, St George Coventry, B.D 

Trinity, Dean Bridge... V. G. Faithfull, M.A. 

ENGLISH EPISCOPAL CHAPELS. 

rD.T.K.Drummond,B.A. 
St Thomas's ■< Francis Richardson, As- 

(_ sistant 
St Vincent st Richard Hibbs 



Bristo street , 



(H. Dickie, Robert 

( Anderson 

Dublin street J. Watson 

Minto house J. Horsburgh, J. Wood 

Tabernacle, Leith walk Mr Tulloch 

Rose street Mr Martin 

Richmond Court Chap. Mr Wilson 

CONGREGATIONALIST. 

Albany street Wm. Pulsford 

Argyle square W. L. Alexander, D.D,. 

Brighton street John Kirk 

Richmond place Henry Wight 

WESLEYAN METHODIST. 
Nicolson square T. Hardy 

UNITED METHODIST FREE CHURCH. 

Pastors, various. 

SYNOD OF ORIGINAL SECEDERS. 
Adam square Arch. Brown, M.A. 

Not in connexion with Synod. 
Lauriston street James Wright 

ROMAN CATHOLIC. 
The Rt. Rev. Dr Gillis, Vicar Apostolic, Greenhill 
St Mary's, Broughton street — Rev. Dr M'Pherson ; 

Rev. Dr Marshall ; Rev. William W. Downie 
St Patrick's, 260 Cowgate— Rev. Alexander 

O'Donnell ; Rev. Philip Comyns ; Rev. Joseph 

Innes 

REFORMED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 
Lady Lawsou's Wynd W T . H. Goold, D.D. 

GLASSITE. 
Barony Street Various 

SOCIETY OF FRIENDS. 

Pleasance Various 

UNITARIAN. 
St Mark's, Castle Terrace J. Gordon 

JEWS' SYNAGOGUE. 

North Richmond street, Moses Joel 

SESSION CLERKS. 
Canongate — J. Hunter, 163 Canongate 
City— David Beatson, City Chambers, Royal Ex- 
change 

St Cuthbert's— J. Thomson, 14 Lothian road 



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RECORDERS. 

Calton Burying-grounds — J. Walker, 21 Calton 

hill 
Canongate — James Thomson, 163 Canongate 
City — J. Campbell, Greyfriars 1 Churchyard 
Dairy Necropolis — William Ballenv 
Edinburgh Cemetery, Warriston — W. Balleny 
Edinburgh and Leith Cemetery — Pilrig street — 

George Grierson 
Edinburgh Southern Cemetery, Grange — 
Edinburgh Western Cemetery, Deau — William 

Cuthbertson 
Newington and Buccleuch Burying-grounds — 

Alex. Young 
Newington Necropolis — William Balleny 
St John's Episcopal Church Burying- ground — 

Robert Young, Refreshment Rooms, Edinburgh, 

Perth, and Dundee Railway Station, Canal st. 
St Cuthbert's — West Churchyard — Alex. Cruick- 

shank 

CHURCHES AND PLACES OF WORSHIP 
IN LEITH. 

THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND. 

Newkaven William Graham 

North Leith 

South Leith {SryDuff SOn ' D ' D ' 

St Thomas's Archibald Buchanan 



THE FREE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND. 

Junction road Adam S. Muir 

Mariners' Church John Thomson, A.M. 

North Leith Robert Macdonald 

St John's James Lewis 

South Leith D. Thorburn, A.M. 

Ne whaven James Fair bairn 

UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 

North Leith James Harper, D.D. 

St Andrew's place John Smart, A.M., D.D. 

Junction road Francis Muir 

Kirkgate James S. Mill 

EPISCOPALIAN. 

St James's John A. White 

Trinity W. M. Goalen 

BAPTIST. 

John Pearson, M.A. 

WESLEYAN METHODIST. 

Duke street, Leith John Baker 

ROMAN CATHOLIC. 

St Marie's Rev. John S. M'Corry 



SESSION CLERKS. 



8 Consti- 



South Leith (R. Tumbull, 5 

( tution street 

North Leith | J - J^™' i0 Brid S e 



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Acc 



EDINBURGH AND LEITH LAW 
DIRECTORY. 



Members of the 

Society of Accountants 

in Edinburgh. 

Incorporated!)]! Royal Charter. 

Baillic, J. M. 15 Northumber- 
land street 
Balfour, Rt. 21 St Andrew sq. 
Balgarnie, J. H. 9 N. St David 

street 
Barron, John, 45 Queen street 
Barstow, 0. M. 32 India street 
Borthwick, Archibald, 5 North 

St David street 
Bowie, J. T. Register house 
Brown, James (Browns and 

Pearson), 128 George street 
Brown, James A. (Browns and 

Pearson), 128 George street 
Callender, Henry, 19 Hill street 
Carphin, J. R. 8 Salisbury road 
Carter, F. II. 73 George street 
Chiene, G. T. 7 George street 
Christie, Robert, jun. 20 St An- 
drew square 
Cormack, David, 33 York place 
•Coventry, James, 33 Melville 

street 
tlraig, A. 1 Newbattle terrace 
Dall, Thos. 3 Abercromby place 
Dickson, J. Jobson, 19 Young st. 
Dickson, T. G. (Watson and 

Dickson), 3 N. St David st. 
Dundas, Geo. 24 Broughton pi. 
Esson, G. A. 32 St Andrew sq. 
Fraser, John C. Register house 
Gibson, Archd. 10 Maitland street 
Haldane, J. (Lindsay, Jamie- 
son, Sr Haldane), 24 St An- 
drew square 
Home, Archibald, 15 Hill street 
Howden, Jas. 5 N. St David st. 
Hunter, Jn. 16 Royal Exchange 
Jamieson, Alexander, 8 South 

Charlotte street 
Jamieson, G. A. (Lindsay, Jamie- 
son, and Haldane), 24 St An- 
drew sq. 
Latta, James, 32 India street 
Lindsay D. (Lindsay, Jamieson, 
and Haldane), 24 St Andrew 
square 



Macandrew, J. M. G5 Princes st. 
Mackenzie, Kenneth, 29 Nor- 
thumberland street 
Maclagan, David, 95 George st. 
Maitland, John, Register house 
Mansfield, Thomas (Mansfield 

and Spottiswoode), 7 Thistle 

street 
Marshall, D. 11 Dubliu street 
Martin, Thomas, 49 Castle street 
Meldrum, George, 53 York place 
Mitchell, Geo. T. 
Moncreiff, Win. 59 George street 
Moncrieff, J. Scott (Moncrieff 

and Thomson), 20 India street 
Morison, P. (Morison Sr Niven), 

9 North St David street 
Murray, David, 39 George street 
Murray, George, 59 George street 
Murray, Robert, Register house 
Myrtle, W. 3 Thistle Court 
Niven, A. T. (Morison §■ Niven), 

9 N. St David street 
Ogilvy, James, 41 Castle street 
Ogilvy, John, 24 St Andrew sq. 
Paterson, A. M. 72 Princes st. 
Paterson, Andrew, 3 North St 

Andrew street 
Pearson, Chas. (Broivns 8f Pear- 
son), 128 George street 
Peddie, D. S. 1 George street 
Raleigh, Samuel, 20 George st. 
Ramsay, George, 47 George st. 
Robertson, Alex. W. 82 Great 

King street 
Robertson, Charles, 17 Howe st. 
Russell, William, 23 India street 
Scott, David, 1 London street 
Scott, R. E. 127 Princes street 
Scott, Thomas, G N. St David st. 
Scott, Thomas, juu. 6 North St 

David street 
Smith, Adam Gillies, 2 Nelson st. 
Souter, D. R. 10 Great Stuart st. 
Spottiswoode, Robert (Mansfield 

and Spottisivoode), 7 Thistle 

street 
Thomson, Charles W. (Moncrieff 

and T.) 20 India street 
Todd, George, 3 George street 
Turnbull, P. 10 Great Stuart st. 
Watson, II. G. ( Watson and 

Dickson), 3 N. St David st. 



Wilkie, James, 25 Queen street 
Wilson, Richard, 28 Frederick 

street 
Wood, William, 7 N. St Andrew 

street 

Accountants. 

Adam, R. City chambers 

Bain, Donald, 2 East Broughton 

place 
Blackwell, J. C. 1 Pilrig place 
Borthwick, Thomas, 28 Rutland 

place 
Brown, Robert, 5 Union street 
Campbell, James, 15 Elder street 
Castle, J. 13 Broughton place 
Cooper, David, 1 7 St James' st. 
Dickson, Wm, 10 Royal circus 
Douglas, W. S. 2 Greyfriars' pi. 
Drysdale, Joseph, 16 Royal ex- 
change 
Filipowski, Herschell, Windsor 

house, Wardie 
Fraser, John, 83 Princes street 
Goldie, G. 9 Montagu street 
Gray, Wm. 32 Broughton place 
Griffith, James, 13 Bank street 
llardie, David, 7 Elder street 
Harrison, H. and J. G. 23 St 

Andrew square 
Hay, Hamilton, 12 South St 

David street 
Heiton, John, 1 Hunter square 
Hill, Wm. 25 St James' square 
Horn, Andrew, 19 Queen street 
Ireland, Thos. 4 Hunter square 
Irvine, R. 17 George street 
Junner, J. M. 6 N. St David st 
Johnston, Robert, 46 Queen st. 
Kerr, C. J. 33 Dublin street 
Kinnear, D. 21 Elder street 
Kirkwood, C. 2 Paterson's court 
Laing, James, 19 St Andrew sq. 
Lamb, R. 21 Leith street 
Lindsay, Thomas S. 36 North 

Hanover street 
M'Donald, D. 4 Forrest road 
M'Donald, John, 23 Cumberland 

street 
M'Donald, John, 7 Randolph cliff 
Mackenzie, Alex. 4 Charlotte 

place 
Mackay, John, 3 Shrub place 



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Meikle, Chris. 63 Hanover street 
Meikle, James, 22 Comely bank 
Miller, Robert, 3 Hailes 1 street 
Moinet, John, 19 George street 
Muir, James, 28 Hanover st. 
Mnir, James S., 28 Hanover st. 
Nicol, Alexander, 6 York place 
Petrie, George, 17 George street 
Peters, Wm. 57 North bridge 
Rae, Thomas, 14 Raebnrn place 
Raeburn, John P. 21 Pitt street 
Rainie, Robert, Dick place 
Riddel!, James, 20 George street 
Ritchie, John S. 10 North St 

Andrew street 
Sime, J. 2 Thistle Court 
Simson, James, 5 Picardy place 
Smith, William, 120 Princes st. 
Thomson, Alexander, 6 Newing- 

ton terrace 
Thomson, Wm. 8 Elder street 
Trotter. S. E. 73 George street 
Turnbull, AY (R.B. of Scotland) 
AA r atson, James, 14 St Andrew 

square 
Williamson, James, 5 Hailes' st. 
W r ilson, William, 357 High street 
Wood, J. 7 Argyle place 
Young, David ( Union Bank) 
Young, AV. D. 23 St Patrick sq. 

Advocates. 

(Sheriffs are indicated by an 
asterisk*.) 

Anderson, James T. 3 Gloucester 
place 

*Arkley, Patrick, 29 Great King 
street 

Arthur, Richard, 40 Northum- 
berland street 

Aytoun, James, 39 Heriot row 

* Aytoun, AY. E. 16 Great Stuart 

street 
Baillie, Charles, 14 Randolph 

crescent 
Bell, A. B. 20 Great King street 

* Bell, B. R. 5 Rutland square 
Bell, George G. 43 Melville st. 

* Bell, J. M. 4 Forres street 
*Bell, Robert, 15 Great Stuart 

street 
Black, John, 37 Northumberland 

street 
Blackburn, R. B. 9 Great Stuart 

street 
Blair, Patrick, 2 Nelson street 
Boyle, Arch. T. 124 George st. 
Brodie, G. 20 Northumberland 

street 
Broun, Arch. 40 Drummond pi. 
Brown, Thomas, 8 Albyn place 
Bruce, Hugh, 10 Moray place 
Buchanan, AA T m. 33 Drummond 

place 
Burnett, G. 21 Ainslie place 
Burton, J. H. 27 Lauriston pi. 
Cadell, John, 20 Picardy place 
Campbell, N. C. 81 Great King 

street 



Campbell, Robert, 4 Darnaway 

street 
Campbell, R. Jan. 27 Heriot row 
*Cay, John, 5 S.-E. Circus place 
Christie, J. S. 58 Queen street 
*Christison, J. 3 Great Stuart st. 
Clark, A. R. 17 Great Stuart st. 
*Cleghorn, Thomas, 26 Queen 

street 
*Cook, Alex. S. 35 Great King 

street 
Couper, Charles T. 44 Moray pi. 
Cosens, Peter, 70 Great King st. 
Coventry, And. 29 Moray place 
Crichton, J. A. 13 Nelson street 
Currie, Alex. 43 Heriot row 
*Davidson, A. 24 Rutland square 
Dick, A. R. 5 Rutland place 
Dickson, George, 3 Royal circus 
Dingwall, Arthur, 8 Gt. Stuart 

street 
Douglas, Fr. B. 21 Moray place 
Dunbar, Geo. R. 3 Frederick st. 
Dunbar, Sir W. Bart. 47 Heriot 

row 
Duncan, J. M. 49 Northumber- 
land street 
*Dundas, G. 9 Charlotte square 
Dundas, William Pitt, Register 

1 JO 

house 
Dunlop, Alex. M. 67 Queen street 
Fletcher, A. 5 Ainslie place 
Forbes, W. 4 Shandwick place 
*Fordyce, G. D. 5 Forres street 
Forman, J. 6 Drummond place 
Fraser, P. 5 Heriot row 
Gardiner, John, 6 Pitt street 
Gebbie, Francis, 39 Albany st. 
Gifford, A. 35 Drummond place 
Gloag, AV. E. 6 India street 
Gordon, E. S. 2 Randolph ores. 
*Gordon, John T. County build- 
ings 
Gorrie, J. 25 London street 
Grahame, James Cunningham, 

32 Castle street 
Gregory, John, Canaan lodge 
Groat, A. G. 12 Hart street 
Hallard, F. 29 Scotland street 
Hector, David, 44 Northumber- 
land street 
Heriot, F. L. M. 18 Rutland st. 
Hill, Crawford, 2 Picardy place 
Home, Sir George, Bart. 19 Rut- 
land street 
Horn, Robt. 7 Randolph crescent 
Houstan, AV. 1 Scotland street 
Hunter, John, 24 Queen street 
*Hunter, R. 67 Northumberland 

street 
Hutchison, A. A. 18 London st. 
Innes, Cosmo, 15 Inverleith row 
Irvine, A. F. 134 George street 
Ivory, AA r . 12 Albany street 
Jamieson, Andrew, Church hill 
Kenmore, AA r . F. 35 London st. 
Kinloch, Geo. 32 Drummond pi. 
Kinnear, A. S. 81 Princes street 
Kirkpatrick, J. 12 Charlotte sq. 



Lamond, Wm. 46 Charlotte sq. 
Lancaster, AV. II. 22 Albany st. 
*Logan, A. S. 12 York place 
Lorimer, James, 21 Hill street 
Lorimer, John, 19 Albany street 
Macdonell, E. R. 37 York place. 
M'Ewan, G. 40 Great King st. 
*M'Farlane, Rt. 31 Heriot row 
Macintosh, A. 31 Northumber- 
land street 
Mackenzie, Donald, 12 Great 

Stuart street 
Macknight, A. E. 12 London st. 
M'Laren, John, 10 Dublin street 
M'Lennan, John F. 6 Northum- 
berland street 
Macpherson, Norman, 48 Nor- 
thumberland street 
Maidment, Jas. 25 Royal circus- 
Mair, Wm. L. 41 York place 
Maitland, E. F. 3 Ainslie place 
Marshall, John, 11 AA'emyss pi. 
Maxwell, J. II. 6 Albyn place 
Millar, Jn. 10 Abercromliy place 
Milne, James S. 20 Duncan st. 
*Moir, G. 119 George street 
Moncrieff, Alex. 10 Northumber- 
land street 
Moncrieff", J. 15 Great Stuart st. 
Montgomrie, Roger, 3 Maitland 

street 
Monro, G. 5 Darnaway street 
*Monteith, A. E. Inverleith ho. 
More, J. S. 19 Great King street 
Morison, John, 7 Great King st. 
Murdoch, J. B. 3 Oxford terrace 
Murdoch, J. B. juu. 8 Manor pi. 
Mure, A. 35 Dublin street 
Mure, David, 12 Ainslie place 
Mure, James, 81 Princes street 
Murray, Alex. E. 31 Albany st. 
Murray, John, 5 Walker street 
*Napier, George, Coates hall 
*Napier, Mark, 6 Ainslie place- 
Nicholson, J. B. 31 Albany st. 
Orr, Robert, 15 Great King st. 
Park, John, 1 Thomas street 
Parker, W. A. 81 Princes streefc- 
Paterson, Geo. 3 Coates crescent 
Paterson, AVilliam Orr, 39 Al- 
bany street 
Pattison, A. D. 81 Princes st>- 
Paton, T. S. 11 Forres street 
Pattison, G. II. 18 Duke street' 
Patton, Geo. 30 Heriot row 
Pyper, Hamilton, 15 Royal cres. 
Rettie, M. 31 Albany street 
Richardson, J. 22 Claremont 

crescent 
Riddell, John, 57 Melville st. 
Ritchie, A. C. 10 Albany street 
Robertson, Alex. 76 Gt. King st. 
Robertson, C. 22 Great King st. 
Ross, G. AVoodburn, Morningside 
Ross, G. jun. 7 Forres street 
Russell, F. 17 Randolph crescent 
Rutherfurd, And. 47 Albany st. 
*Sandford, E. D. 11 Randolph 
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Scott, Chas. 22 Abercromby pi. 
Seton, G. St Bennet's, Greenhill 

gardens 
Shand, Alex. James, 3 Rutland 

street 
Shand, A. Burns, 57 Queen st. 
Shand, Charles F. 6 St Colme 

street 
Shaw, Patrick, 36 Charlotte sq. 
Shirreff, C. J. 10 Hope street 
Skelton, John, 20 Alva street 
Skene, J. F. 1 Hanover street 
Smith, D. M. 4 Frederick street 
Smith, Harry, 2 Nelson street 
Smith, J. G. 37 Northumberland 

street 
Swinton, Archibald C. 7 Darn- 
away street 
Syme, James George, 17 Mel- 
ville street 
Tait, George, 4 Abercromby place 

* Tait, John, 2 Park place 
Tawse, John, 49 Queen street 
Thorns, G. H. 13 Albany street 
Thomson, N. H. 17 Alva street 
Thomson, William M. 22 Ainslie 

place 
Trayner, John, 5 Albany street 

* Urquhart, A. 5 St Colme street 
Walker, James, 10 Albyn place 
Webster, G. 58 Northumberland 

street 
Wigham, David Duudas, 30 

Stafford street 
Wilkie, W. P. 3 Forres street 
Wilson, J. P. 20 Abercromby pi. 
Wilson, J. Dove, 43 Moray place 
Wood, John A. 1 Royal circus 
Young, A. 22 Royal circus 

* Young, George, 47 Moray pi. 

Solicitors. 

(Those marked * are Members of 
the Incorporated Society of So- 
licitors in Supreme Courts.) 

*Adam, Jas. 19 Claremont cres. 
*Adams, G. C. 9 North St David 

street 
*Adatnson, D. M. 16 Nelson st. 
Aitken, James, 45 St Cuthbert 

6treet 
Allan, James, 8 N. St David st. 
*AUan, W. 48 London street 
♦Anderson, Charles, 2 North-east 

Circus place 
*Anderson, Isaac, 1 George st. 
Anderson, James, 8 Duudas st. 
Arthur, Robert H. Viewfield, 

Merchiston 
* Arthur, R. 23 St Andrew sq. 
*Bain, David G. 32 Alva street 
Banks, P. S. 19 Mansion-house 

road 
*Bayne, James, 99 George street 
Baxter, J. C. 7 Howe street 
Baxter, P. 51 N. Hanover street 
*Bell, J. 25 York place 
*Bell, William, 19 Elder street 



*Beveridge, P. notary public, 38 

Bernard street 
Black, Henry, 21 St Andrew sq. 
*Boyd, James L. 1 Smith's place 
Brown, A. 12 Royal exchange 
*Buchan, H. 17 Scotland street 
*Buchanan, James, 36 George st. 
Burn, David, 219 High street 
*Burness, J. 11 Drummond pi. 
*Cairns, Geo. 35 George IV. br. 
*Campbell and Smith, 26 York 

place 
*Carment, J. 36 Great King st. 
Cattanach, Peter L. 73 George st. 
Christie, John L. 43 Bernard st. 
*Clark, Charles, 51 Castle street 
*Cormack, D. 33 York place 
Cornillon, H. W. 45 George st. 
*Cotton, G. 7 Queen street 
*Court, John, 21 George square 
Crauford, D. 4 Pitt street 
Crawford, J. K. 18 St Andrew 

square 
*Crichton, Hew, 13 Nelson street 
*Curror, David, 13 Young street 
| *Dalrymple, W. 1 1 Pitt street 
*Davidson, John, 17 Elm row 
Deuchar, R. 2 Nicolson square 
*Dewar, H. B. 6 Hill street 
*Dickson, A. J. 25 Duudas st. 
*Donaldson, G. 20 St Patrick sq, 
*Drysdale, J. 16 Royal exchange 
*Duncan and Miller, and N. P. 

1 1 South Nelson street 
*Duncan, Wm. 1 Heriot row 
*Dunn and Thomson, 7 Hill st. 
Dymock and Paterson, 56 George 

street 
*Ferrie and Dowie, 124 Consti- 
tution street 
Finlay, James, 60 George street 
Finlay, R. 2 Queen street 
*Fisher, D. 9 Broughton place 
Fleming, Andrew 14 Young st. 
Forsyth, D. 30 St Andrew square 
*Fraser, Wm. N. 41 Albany st. 
*Fyfe, A. 21 St Andrew square 
*Gellatly, J. 19 London street 
*Gardiner, John, 27 York place 
*Gaylor, William, 6 Hart street 
*Gifford, Alex. 28 St Andrew sq. 
Harvey, J., and N.P. 42 Bernard 

street, Leith 
Hay, William B. 3 Howe street 
Henderson, James C. 19 Hill st. 
*Henderson, R. 11 Royal Ex- 
change 
Henry, Jardine, 1 8 St Andrew sq. 
•Hutchison, Alexander, 18 Lon- 
don street 
* James, Alex. 16 Dublin street 
Jamieson, Andrew, 66 Queen st. 
-■Johnston, J. S. 28 Pitt street 
*Junner, J. M. 6 N. St David st. 
*Keegan and Wallace, 5 N. St 

David street 
Kilgour, W. 7 Young street 
*Lamond, James, 26 India st. 
*Laudale, Robt. 9 Drummond pi. 



*Landale, T. and R. 18 Forth st. 
Lawson, Michael, 15 Elder st. 
*Leburn, Thomas, 56 George sq. 
Lees, David T. 15 Dublin street 
Leith, John, 123 Constitution st. 
*Liddle, Joseph, 12 Scotland st. 
*Lindsay, William, 124 Consti- 
tution street 
*Lothian, And. 6 Elm row 
*Lyon, H. 7 N. St Andrew st. 
*Macandrew, J. and J. 33 Dublin 

*M'Brair, D. J. 12 Gt. King st. 
*M'Cracken, Jn. 22 Walker st. 
*Macdonald, Stodart, 1 Aber- 
cromby place 
*Macgregor, M. 18 St Andrew 

square 
*Mackintosh, L. 31 Northumber- 
land street 
Maclean, A. 23 Scotland street 
*Maqueen and Bridgeford, 72 j 

Princes street 
*M'William, R. 2 3 London st. 
*Mann and Duncan, notary 

public, 21 Bernard street 
*Manson, David, 23 Thistle st. 
•Marshall, J. 22 Howe street 
•Mason, J. 14 Pitt street 
*Mason, Wm. 6 Frederick st. 
*Mill, Eben., N.P. 51 Princes st. 
*Miller, James, 20 Nelson st. 
*Miller, William W. 8 Bank st. 
•Miller and Crawford, 59 George 

square 
*Milligan & Dick, 24 St Andrew 

square 
*Moffat, H. 23 Geo. IY. bridge 
*Monro, Geo. 54 Albany street 
*Moore, James, 60 Castle st. 
* Morgan, James, 7 Walker st. 
*Morison, Adam, 45 York place 
*Morison, A. K. 14 Pitt street 
*Muir, Wm. H. 18 Picardy pi. 
Mure, R. 41 Great King street 
*Murdoch and Boyd, 120 Con- 
stitution street 
Murphy, A. D. 13 Bernard st. 
Murray, John, 5 York place 
*Murray, John, 32 St Andrew sq. 
•Murray, William, 18 Scotland 

street 
*Neilson, J. 3 Abercromby pi. 
*Nisbet, Jas. 31 St Andrew sq. 
*Officer, Wm. 30 Alva street 
•Oliphant, R. 17 Young street 
*Padon, Thomas, 15 Hart street 
Paris, James, 50 George street I 
•Parker, John, Register office 
*Paterson, D. W. 10 Northum-4 

berland street 
*Paterson, J. 21 Nelson street 1 
Paul, Patrick, 7 N. St David st. 
Peacock, William, and N.P. 11 

Hanover street 
•Peebles, John G. C. 5 Hill st. 
*Phin, John, 13 Heriot row 
•Pollock, Wm. 3 N. St Andrew 
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Pridie. Peter Hamden, 5 Nicol- 

son street 
*Puller, J. Y. 14 Dublin street 
*Ranken, Thomas, G8 Queen st. 
♦Renton, James, 2 Thistle court 
♦Robertson, J. A. 56 Frederick 

street 
*Robertson, John, 63 Hanover 

street 
*Robertson, John, jiui. 21 Elder 

street 
♦Robertson, Wm. 42 Frederick 

street 
Ronald, J. 20 Hill street 
*Ross, John, 79 Gt. King street 
*Sang and Adam, 61 Gt. King st. 
♦Saunders, Wm. 51 Albany st. 
♦Scotland, A. P. 29 South Frede- 
rick street 
Scott, Geo. F. 11 South Gray st. 
*Scott, Robert, 63 Hanover st. 
Selby, R. B. 26 Duudas street 
*Shield, George, Register Office 
*Skinner, Wm. R. 8 Blenheim pi. 
*Smith, And. 29 Buccleuch pi. 
Smith, J. D. 22 Scotland street 
♦Smith, Robert, 9 Stafford street 
♦Smith, Rob. 35 Queen street 
♦Snody, Andrew, 26 Gayfield 

square, and 123 Constitution 

street 
*Somerville, J. 60 Hanover st. 
*Spence and Mack, 6 St Andrew 

square 
Steele, Wm. 35 Frederick street 
*Stevenson, A. 4 St Andrew sq. 
*Stewart, C. and D. 23 Castle st. 
*Stuart, W. S. 24 Dundas street 
♦Sutherland, James B. 2 Elm row 
♦Sword, James, 1 Buccleuch st. 
Thomson, John, 7 Young street 
*Thwaites, W. K. 16 Howe st. 
♦Tunnock, Matthew, 24 George 

street 
♦Wallace, W. D. 31 Alva street 
*Walls, J. 33 Heriot row 
*Watt and Marwick, 9 York pi. 
♦Webster, James, 8 Gloucester 

place 
♦Webster, And. 3 Forth street 
♦Whitehead, John, 9 Fettes row 
Whitehead, J. jun. 15 St Andrew 

square 
♦Wilkie, James F. 29 Dundas st. 
♦Wishart, W. 11 York place 
*Wordie, J. W. 10 Drummond 

place 
♦Wotherspoon and Morison, 18 

Great Stuart street 
*Young, John, 48 India street 

Writers. 

Anderson, Letham, 62 Cumber- 
land street 

Anderson, William (Register 
house), 13 Union street 

Anderson, Wm. (Town Clerk's 
office), 106 Constitution street 

Belr'rage, W. 49 Queen street 



Bremner, D. 7 Hill square 
Bridgeford, D. T. 28 Torphichen 

street 
Brown, David, 72 Northumber- 
land street 
Brown, Thomas, 10 Torphichen 

street 
Bruce, Alex. 2 Thistle court 
Bruce, Peter, 24 Queen street 
Calder, Alex. Belltield house, 

Trinity 
Coupar, Charles N. 35 Alva st. 
Couper, W. H. 4 Pitt st. Leith 
Cuthbertson, John, 25 Pitt st. 
Deseret, Phineas, 4 Eastfield 
Doig, Charles, 3 Seafield row 
Dow, Wm. 2 Darling's buildings 
Downie, Alex. 10 Saxe Coburg 

place 
Elder, W. 10 Torphichen street 
Fairley, T. S. 11 Broughton pi. 
Finlay, Chas. 6 Great Stuart st. 
Galloway, Wm. 33 London st. 
Gordon, J. 1 Stafford street 
Grahame, James, 29 Ann street 
Grant, A. Comely bank villas 
Grant, Adam, 18 Brunswick st. 
Greig, A. Oakfield house 
Guthrie, Alex. 47 Albany street 
Hallidav, Alex. 25 St James' sq. 
Haswell, Geo. 28 Gayfield sq. 
Hay, Alex. Bonnington bank 
Henderson, David, 6 Upper Gil- 

mour place 
Henderson, G. Sciennes house 
Henderson, Jn. 26 St Patrick sq. 
Hughson, A. D. 16 Royal Ex- 
change 
Hutchison, J. 1 Claremont place 
Hutton, W. 20 Nelson street 
Jack, John, 1 Blenheim place 
Jameson, John, 11 Queen street 
Jamieson, Andrew, 7 Gt. Stuart 

street 
Johnston, J. 14 Henderson row 
Johnston, P. T. 9 Crichton st. 
Laing, David, 5 Randolph place 
Lang, R. L. 10 Grove street 
Leburn, Pat. 8 Upper Gilmour 

place 
Littlejohn, D. 13 N. Bank street 
Logan, Thos. 32 Stafford street 
Lyell, D. 20 Rankeillor street 
M'Arthur, A. 9 Antigua street 
M'Comish, T. 30 Castle street 
M'Donald, R. 27 Hamilton pi. 
M'Farlane, T. 11 Damaway st. 
M'Gillivray, Wm. 13 N.-West 

Circus place 
M'Intosh, George, 25 Pitt street 
Mack, Andrew, 5 York place 
Mann, Wm. 21 Raeburn place, 

and 119 Princes street 
Martinson, J. N. 4 St Bernard's 

row 
Millar, Wm. 5 Dundas street 
Millar, W. 28 Cumberland street 
Milroy, J. 52 Broughton street 
Murdoch, Jas. 2 Salisbury sq. 



Murray, W. 2 West Newington 

place 
Ogilvy, James, 1 Eyre place 
Porteous, W. 87 George street 
Potts, Thomas, 19 Broughton 

place 
Pyper, John, 37 Broughton st. 
Ramsay, James, 1 Claremont pi. 
Rattray, William, 14 William 

street 
Reid, J. R. 30 Royal circus 
Roger, AVilliam, 45 Ann street 
Ronaldson, J. Somerset cottage 
Roy, G. 2 Bellevue terrace 
Sim, George, 40 Charlotte sq. 
Stewart, R. 31 Broughton st. 
Straton, Charles, 14 Young st. 
Tait, W. 30 Alva street 
Thomson, John, 20 Comely bank 
Torry, John, 1 Henderson row 
Watson, G. 4 Hill square 
Webster, Wm. 24 Queen street 
Wilson, T. G. 22 St John's st. 
Wylie, D. 5 Bellevue terrace 
Young, James, 48 India street 

Writers to the Signet. 

Adam and Kirk, 9 South Char* 

lotte street 
Alexander, William, 7 North St 

David street 
Anderson, J. and F. 50 Castle st. 
Anderson, R. S. 4 Atholl place 
Anderson, T. S. 1 Atholl place 
Arnott, James, 5 Wemyss place 
Arnott, John, 1 St Vincent street 
Auld and Chalmers, 21 Thistle 

street 
Ayton, Robert, 3 Fettes row 
Baillie, James W. 20 Hill street 
Baillie, Wm. 24 Forth street 
Baird, J. AY 4 Drummond place 
Balfour, J. M. and J. 4 Thistle 

court 
Baxter, Edmund, 9 Rutland sq. 
Bell and M'Lean, 5 Hill street 
Bell, A. M. 1 1 Royal circus 
Bell, John B. 5 Hill street 
Binny Graham, 9 Hart street 
Black, D. M. 21 St Andrew sq. 
Bogle, Andrew, 21 St Andrew 

square 
Bremner, D. 7 Hill square 
Bremner, Hugh, 26 Greenhill 

gardens 
Bridges, James, 10 Hanover st. 
Brodies and Kennedy, 59 Nor- 
thumberland street 
Brodie, J. C. 26 Moray place 
Brown, J. County rooms 
Bruce, J. 38 Frederick street 
Burn, James, 51 Great King st. 
Cairns, G. and H. 35 George IV. 

bridge 
Campbell and Traill, 7 Melville 

street 
Campbell, A. and A. 22 Dublin 

street 
Campbell, J. A. 2 Albyn place 



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Campbell, Wm. 6 Rutland square 
Carnegie, James, jun. 16 AVind- 

sor street 
Cassels, Alexander, 8 Northum- 
berland street 
Cay, John, jun. 5 S.-E. Circus 

place 
Cay, R Dundas, 23 St Andrew- 
square 
Cheyne & Stuart, 9 Picardy pi. 
Cheyne, H. G Royal terrace 
Christie, J. C. 4 Duncan street, 

Newington 
Christie, R. L. B. S. 58 Queen st. 
Cook, W. and J. 32 Abercromby 

place 
Cowan, Robert, 9 Carlton terrace 
Cox, Robert, 25 Rutland street 
Craigie, Henry, Falconhall 
Crawford, Jas. jun. 12 Duke st. 
Crichton, H. H. 13 Nelson street 
Cullen, John, 34 York place 
Cunningham, Jas. 50 Queen st. 
Dalgleish, James, 14 Rutland sq. 
Dalmahoy and Wood, 12 Hill st. 
Dalrymple, W. 11 Titt street 
Darling, J. S. 64 Northumber- 
land street 
Davidson and Syme, 22 Castle st. 
Dickson, H. G. and H. G. 3, Dun- 
das street 
Douglas, Alexander Sholte, 22 

Young street 
Douglas, Chris. 22 Young street 
Douglas, David, 21 Castle street 
Douglas and Smith, 5 Fettes row 
Duncan and Dewar, 6 Hill street 
Duncan, John, 27 Dundas street 
Dundas and Wilson, 16 St An- 
drew square 
Dunlop, G. and G. 17 Hill street 
Duthie, Wal. 6 Great Xing st. 
Elder, John, 3 W. Circus place 
Elliot, W. S. 32 Regent terrace 
Ellis, W., A. G., and R. 4 Royal 

terrace 
Ferguson, John, 1 Regent terrace 
Ferguson, Wm. 1 Dundas street 
Ferrie, J. D. 6 Nelson street 
Ferrier, T. H. 136 Princes street 
Fisher, D. and J. 9 Broughton 

place 
Fleming, A. 20 Lynedoch place 
Forman, J. N. 8 Heriot row 
Forrester, J. 8 Drummond place 
Fraser, Wm. 54 Castle street 
French, John, 6 Graham street 
Gibson-Craig, Dalziel, and Bro- 

die, 5 Thistle street 
Gibson and Hector, 1 Northum- 
berland street 
Gibson, John and Henry G. 12 

South Charlotte street 
Gifford & More, 28 St Andrew sq. 
Gillespie & Chalmers, 81 George 

street 
Goldie and Dove, 8 York place 
Goldie, A. W. 8 York place 
Goldie, Wm. 2 Queen street 



Gordon, Arthur Forbes, 16 Rut- 
land square 
Gordon, Jas. 20 Regent terrace 
Govan, John, 13 Walker street 
Graham, Humphrey, 11 Shand- 

wick place 
Graham, Patrick, 14 Royal 

crescent 
Grant and Cuthbertson, 5 North 

Charlotte street 
Grant and Wallace, 30 Drum- 
mond place 
Greig, James, 9 Abercromby 

place 
Grierson, A. 15 St Andrew sq. 
Grieve, A. 4 Melville crescent 
Haggart and Stein, 39 Northum- 
berland street 
Haldane, R. 17 Charlotte square 
Hamilton and Kinnear, 35 Queen 

street 
Hamilton, Alex. 35 Queen street 
Hamilton, John, 81 George st. 
Hardyman, J. H. 5 Howard pi. 
Hatton, J. 25 Kelson street 
Hay and Pringle, 20 Young st. 
Hector, Alex. (Gibson Sp II.') 5 

Inverleith terrace 
Hill, Robert, 2 Picardy place 
Hill and Robertson, 42 Frederick 

street 
Hope, James, 31 Moray place 
Hope, J. and J. 31 Moray place 
Hope and Mackay, 119 Princes 

street 
Hopkirk, J. G. 75 Great King 

street 
Home and Rose, 39 Castle street 
Home, T. E. 0. 10 Atholl crescent 
Horsburgh and Livingston, 26 

Northumberland street 
Howden, Andrew, 11 Melville 

street 
Hughes and Mylne, 1 South 

Charlotte street 
Hunter, Blair, and Cowan, 7 

York place 
Inglis and Leslie. 16 Queen st. 
Inglis, H. M. 6 North St David 

street 
Jardine, Stodart, and Fraser, 31 

Princes street 
Johnston, Robert, 8 Broughton 

place 
Jolly, Strong, and Henry, 40 

Princes street 
Jopp and Johnston, 30 Albany 

street 
Kennedy, H. 14 Forth street 
Kennedy, J. 71 Great King st. 
Kermack, John, 22 York place 
Kermack, W. R. 22 York place 
Kinnear, Geo. T. 35 Queen street 
Kirk, J. VI Claremont crescent 
Laurie, W. A. 13 N. Bank street 
Lawson, James, 33 London st. 
Legat, Robert, 46 Northumber- 
land street 
Leislunan, J. 18 Drummond pi. 



Leven, John, 1 Bellevue crescent 
Lindsay, Mackay, and Howe, 62 

Castle street 
Lindsay, James, jun. 110 George 

street 
Lindsay, John M. 19 Melville st. 
Lindsay and Paterson, 10 Nor- 
thumberland street 
Logan, G. Register house 
Longmore, J. A. 56 Melville st. 
Lyon, George, 26 Forth street 
M'Allan and Chancellor, 19 

Young street 
M'Allan, A. B. 19 Young street 
Macara, L. M. 58 Northumber- 
land street 
Macbriar and Parker, 12 Great 

King street 
M'Caudlish, J. M. 18 Moray pi. 
M'Dougall, P. 4 Great King st. 
M'Farlane, James, 9 Atholl pi. 
M'Kenzie, Innes, and Logan, 23 

Queen street 
M'Kenzie and Gentle, 17 George 

street 
M'Kenzie, J. W. and John, 16 

Royal circus 
M'Kenzie and Kermack, 9 Hill 

street 
M'Kenzie and Fraser, 35 Frede- 
rick street 
Mackersy, W. 24 London street 
Macknight, J. 12 London street 
M'Lachlan, Ivory, and Rodger, 

22 Duke street 
M'Lean, H. F. 5 Hill street 
M'Neill, Arch. 8 Hill street 
Maconochie and Duncan, 10 Hill 

street 
Macrae, J. A. 14 Gloucester pi. ' 
M'Ritchie, Bayley, and Hender- 
son, 11 Royal exchange 
Maitland, George R. 7 North St 

Andrew street 
Malcolm, Walter, 3 Hill street 
Martin, John, 32 Great King \ 

street 
Melville & Lindsay, 1 10 George 

street 
Melville, Arch. 43 York place 
Melville, J. M. 110 George street 
Melville, John, 15 Heriot row 
Miller, John, 4 Picardy place 
Menzies, W. John, 10 Hill street 
Mitchell, A. 9 London street 
Moncrieff, D. S. 17 Duke street 
Montgomery, William, 17 Atholl 

crescent 
More, George, 28 St Andrew sq. 
Morton, Whitehead, and Greig, 

11 Queen street 
Mowbray, John M. 15 Hill st. 
Mowbray, J. T. 15 Albany street 
Murray and Beith, 50 Castle st. 
Murray and Hunt, 68 George 

street 
Murray and Logan, 141 George 

street 
Murray, Ant. 141 George street 



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Murray, George J. 7 Melville 

street 
Murray, Thos. G. 66 Queen st. 
Napier, A. J. 23 Albany street 
Xeilson, S. 1 North Charlotte 

street 
Newton, James, 33 Great King- 
street 
Ogilvy, R. 14 Cumberland street 
Paterson and Romanes, 7 Nelson 

street 
Paterson, Adam, 36 Heriot row 
Patrick, M'Ewen, and Carment, 

32 Albany street 
Patteu, John, 7 Drummond pi. 
Pattison, J. 16 Broughton place 
Paul, Thomson, 10 Union street 
Pearson and Robertson, 1 7 Royal 

circus 
Peddie, James and Alexander, 

36 Albany street 
Pollexfen, J. R. 6 India street 
Rhind, Robert, 7 George street 
Robertson, G. B. 28 Albany st. 
Robertson, Jas. 1 1 Heriot row 
Robertson, J. S. 11 Claremont 

crescent 
Robertson, J. 69 Great King st. 
Robertson, T. R. 47 George st. 
Rollo, H. J. 16 Dundas street 
Ross, II. 7 Pitt street 
Russells and Nicolson, 9 Shand- 

wick place 



Rutherford and Herris, 3 Howe 

street 
Rutherfurd, J. 14 Albany street 
Sands, W. H. and W. J. 5 Royal 

circus 
Scartli and Scott, 2S Bernard st. 
Scott, A. 13 Drummond place 
Scott, Rymer, and Bruce, 38 

Frederick street 
Scott, Moncrieff, and Dalgety, 

1 7 Duke street 
Shand, J. B. 110 George street 
Shand, John, 24 Royal circus 
Sinclair, G. L. 4 Walker street 
Skene and Peacock, 1 Hanover 

street 
Skene, W. F. 1 Hanover street 
Skinner, William, 41 Northum- 
berland street 
Smith, Alexander, IS York pi. 
Smith, Andrew, 27 Dundas st. 
Somerville, Robert, 19 India st. 
Spens, Nath. 28 Walker street 
Sprot, T. 10 Drummond place 
Steuart, Charles, 17 India street 
Stevenson, Alex. 9 Heriot row 
Stewart and Dickson, 17 India 

street 
Stewart, A. J. 9S George street 
Stewart, Archibald, 17 India st. 
Stewart, James, 17 India street 
Stewart, John, 4 X. Charlotte 

street 



Stodart and Innes, 2 Drummond 

place 
Sutherland, A. G. 18 Fettes row 
Syme, Thos. 5 Carlton terrace 
Tait and Crichton, 2 Park place 
Tawse and Bonar, 15 York place 
Tawse, John W. 49 Queen street 
Tennent, P. 9 Lynedoch place 
Thomson and Elder, 5 S. Char- 
lotte street 
Thomson, Alex. 4 South Junc- 
tion street 
Thomson, Thos. 1 Thistle court 
Tod, Henry, 39 York place 
Tods, Murray, and Jameson, 6G 

Queen street 
Traquair, William, 17 Young st. 
Turnbull, D. & P. 34 India st. 
Turnbull, J. & J. 16 Thistle st. 
Turnbull, P. 34 India street 
Tytler, J. 19 Castle street 
Tytler, James S. 19 Castle st. 
Usher, John, 14 Baronv street 
Waddcll, W. 20 Royal circus- 
Walker, John, 2 Queen street 
Wardlaw, J. F. 9 Argyle square 
Wedderburn, G. 18 India street 
Wight and Macnaughton, 11 

Young street 
Wright, James, 28 Forth street 
Wright, John, 2S Forth street 
Wylie, Alex. 4 N. St Andrew st 
Yule, John, jun. 4 N. St David st. 



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COURT OF SESSION. 

Lord President of the Whole Court- 
Duncan M'Neill. 



INNER HOUSE. 



-Right Hon. 



First Division — President, Right Hon. Duncan 
M'Neill — Lord Ivory, Lord Curriehill, Lord 
Deas. 

Second Division — President, Right Hon. John 
Inglis — Lord Wood, Lord Cowan, Lord Ben- 
holme. 



OUTER HOUSE. 

Lords Ordinary — Lord Neaves, Lord Ardmillan, 
Lord Mackenzie, Lord Kinloch, Lord Jervis- 
woode. 

Principal Clerks — First Division — Alexander 
Currie, Archibald M'Neill. Second Division 
— Cosmo Innes, Harry Maxwell Inglis. 

Deputes — Thomas Potts, Wm. Drysdale, Hugh S. 
Briugloe, George Shield. 



HIGH COURT OF JUSTICIARY. 

Lord Justice- General — Right Hon. Duncan 

M'Neill. 
Lord Justice-Clerk — Right Hon. John Inglis. 
Lords Commissioners of Justiciary — Lord Ivory, 

Lord Cowan, Lord Deas, Lord Ardmillan, Lord 

Neaves. 
Lord Advocate — David Mure. 
Solicitor- General — George Patton. 
Depute-Advocates — Archibald Broun, John Millar, 

Robert B. Blackburn, James Adam. 
Crown Agent — James Robertson. 
Clerk of Justiciary — Charles Neaves. 
First Clerk and Depute — J. W. Hamilton. 
Second Clerk and Collector — George Macqueen. 
Circuit Clerks — David Wylie, Alex. Stuart, James 

Aitken. 
Macers — W. J. Munro, James Matthew, J. D. 

Hitchcock. 



LIST OF THE SHERIFFS FOR THE 
COUNTIES OF SCOTLAND. 

Except the Sheriffs of Lanark and Roxburgh, all 
the Sheriffs reside in Edinburgh. They are all 
advocates. 

Aberdeen — Archibald Davidson, 24 Rutland Sq. 
Argyle— Thomas Cleghora, 26 Queen Street 



Ayr — John Christison, 3 Great Stuart Street. 
Banff, Elgin, and Nairn — Benjamin R. Bell, 5 

Rutland square 
Berwick — See Haddington. 
Bute — See Dumbarton. 
Caithness— See Sutherland. 
Clackmannan and Kinross — John Tait, 2 Park 

Place. 
Cromarty — Alex. Shank Cook, 35 Great King 

Street. 
Dumbarton and Bute — Robert Hunter, 67 Nor- 
thumberland Street. 
Dumfries — Mark Napier, 6 Ainslie Place. 
Edinburgh — John Thomson Gordon, County 

Buildings. 
Fife — Alexander E. Montieth, Inverleith House. 
Forfar — Alexander S. Logan, 12 York Place. 
Haddington and Berwick — R. Bell, 15 Great 

Stuart Street. 
Inverness — George Young, 47 Moray Place. 
Kincardine — J. M. Bell, 4 Forres Street. 
Kircudbright— E. D. Saudford, 28 Charlotte 

square 
Lanark — Sir A. Alison, Bart., Possil House, 

Glasgow. 
Linlithgow — John Cay, 9 S.-E. Circus Place. 
Orkney and Shetland— William E. Aytoun, 16 

Great Stuart Street. 
Peebles — George Napier, Coates Hall. 
Perth — Edw. Strathearn Gordon, Randolph Cres. 
Renfrew — Robert Macfarlane, 81 Heriot Row. 
Ross — See Cromarty. 
Roxburgh — W. 0. Rutherford of Edgerston Rink, 

by Jedburgh. 
Selkirk — George Dundas, 9 Charlotte Square. 
Stirling — George Moir, 1 19 George Street. 
Sutherland and Caithness — George D. Fordyce, 

5 Forres Street, Edinburgh. 
Wigtown — Adam Urquhart, 5 St Colme Street. 



COURT OF CHANCERY. 

Sheriff of Chancery — Patrick Shaw, advocate. 
Sheriff-Clerk of Chancery — Francis G. Souter. 
Sheriff- Clerk Depute— David Miller Latta. 
Macer — Andrew Ansnis. 



CHANCERY OFFICE. 

Director and Principal Clerk — Archd. M'Neill 
Deputy Directors — John Ewart Yorstoun, James 

Pringle Halley. 
First Clerk — John Ewart Yorstoun. 
Second Clerk — Robert Macandrcw. 
Assistant Clerks— D. M'Neilie, H. Home, J. 

M'Neilie. 



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COMMISSARY COURT. 

Commissary — John Thomson Gordon. 
Deputes — Andrew Jameson, Patrick Arkley, Fre- 
derick Hallard. 
Commissary Clerk — W. Alexander, W.S. 
Depute Clerk — Thomas Inglis 
Macer — Alexander Moffat. 



SHERIFF COURT OF EDINBURGH. 

Sheriff — John Thomson Gordon. 
Sheriff-substitutes — Andrew Jameson, Patrick 

Arkley, Frederick Hallard. 
Sheriff- Clerk— J. A. Campbell, C.S. 
Deputes— J. C. Whitten, K. Maitland. 
Procurator-fiscal — Maurice Lothian. 
Depute Sheriff-clerk for Leith District — William 

Glover, W.S. 



SHERIFF SMALL DEBT COURT FOR 
COUNTY OF EDINBURGH 

Is held within the Court- room, County Buildings, 
Edinburgh, every Wednesday and Friday at ten 
o'clock ; for the Leith District, every Tuesday 
at ten o'clock, within the Sheriff Court-room, 
Leith. The Judges are the Sheriff and Sheriff- 
substitutes. Summonses are issued for these 
Courts daily at the Sheriff- clerks' offices, County 
Buildings, Edinburgh, and Constitution Street, 
Leith. 



SHERIFF CIRCUIT COURT FOR SMALL DEBTS. 

Dalkeith, the 3d Thursday of each month at eleven 

o'clock. 
Depute Sheriff-clerks — Dalkeith, Henry Moffat, 

S.S.C., and William Paterson Anderson ; T. 

Lees for the parish of Inveresk. 



SHERIFF OFFICERS. 

Edinburgh, George Black, John Caw, George 
Ferguson, Duncan Falconer, John Grady, Tho- 
mas Kempster, William M'Culloch, Abijah 
Murray, and William Pedie — Leith, William 
Robb — Dalkeith, Alexander M'Lean. 



JUSTICE OF PEACE SMALL DEBT COURT 
FOR THE COUNTY OF EDINBURGH. 

Judges — The Acting Justices of the Peace. 
Principal Clerk — George R. Maitland. 
Assistant Clerks— J. A. Russell and A. G. Milne. 
Held in Edinburgh every Monday at eleven a.m. 



SMALL DEBT COURT FOR THE CITY 
AND COUNTY OF THE CITY. 

Held in the City Chambers, every Monday at ten 

o'clock. 
Judges— The Magistrates and Justices of the City, 

and Limits of the Edinburgh Police Act, 1848. 
Clerk — Robert Morham. 
Constables— The City Officers. 



BURGH TEN-MERK COURT. 

Held in the City Chambers, every Monday at ten 
o'clock, for deciding claims for sums not ex- 
ceeding ten merks Scots, or lis. 1 £d., and ser- 
vants' wages to any amount. 

Fee each cause, under ten merks, Is. 

Judges — The Bailies. 

Clerk — Robert Morham. 

Officers of Court— The City Officers. 



BAILIE AND SEQUESTRATION COURT 
FOR THE CITY. 

Held every Friday at twelve o'clock in the City 
Chambers. 

Judges— The Bailies. 

Clerk — R. Morham. 

Procurator-Fiscal— R. L. Dymock. 

Assessors— John Tawse and George Young, Esqs., 
advocates. 

Note.— One of the Magistrates attends daily in 
the Council Chambers at eleven o'clock, for 
disposing of summary cases, taking affidavits, 
declarations, &c, and despatch of business in 
the Military department. 



PASSPORT OFFICE. 
3 City Chambers, Royal Exchange. 

COURT OF POLICE. 

Judges— The Sheriff of County, the Sheriff-sub- 
stitutes, the Six Bailies of the City. 

Superintendent and Procurator-Fiscal— T. Linton 

Clerk of Court — James Morham. 

Lieutenants— 1st, Alexander M'Lellan, Duncan 
Miller, John Milligan, Kenneth Thomson, and 
William Cowan. 

Surgeon — Dr H. D. Littlejohn. 

Inspector of Lighting and Cleaning — John Pater- 
son. 

Master of Fire-engines — John Mitchell. 

Billet-master — James Morham. 

Superintendent of Streets and Buildings Chas 

M'Pherson. 

Inspector of Markets— Thomas Dickson. 

Collector and Treasurer— Alex. Thomson. 

Accountant — D. Murray. 

Law Agents— J. Richardson and A. Brown. 



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STATION HOUSES. 



Head Office, High street ; 163 Oanongate, ad- 
joining the Church ; 33 St James' street, South ; 
Stockbridge, opposite Hamilton place ; Fountain- 
bridge, East end of; St Leonard street. 



ADMIRAL AND BAILIE COURTS OF 
LEITH. 

Provost and Admiral — James Taylor. 

Bailies and Admirals Depute — John Broadfoot, 

Robert Mathie, John Kay Wishart, William 

Lindsay. 
Clerk — William Anderson. 
Assessor — Alexander Stuart Logan. 
Procurator Fiscal — Andrew Wilson. 
Officers — Adam Sinclair and John Robinson. 



ABBEY OF HOLYROOD HOUSE. 

The Bailie holds a Court in the Abbey Court- 
house, on the first Saturday of every month at 
two o'clock. 

Baillie— William B. Hay, S.S.C. 

Procurator-Fiscal — James Paris, S.S.C. 

Clerk — John Wallace 

Officer — Alexander Walker 



COUNTY POLICE. 

Committee — Duke of Buccleuch, K.G. ; R. Trot- 
ter, Esq. convener and chairman; the Sheriff; 
Earl of Dalkeith; Lord Melville; Right Hon. 
Sir George Clerk, Bart. ; Sir J. G. Baird, Bart. ; 
Sir Archibald Hope, Bart. ; Sir A. C. Gibson 



Maitland, Bart. ; Sir William G. Craig, Bart. ; 
Wm. Logan White, Esq. ; Hy. Maxwell Inglis, 
Esq. ; R. Scott Moncreirf, Esq. ; R. Dundas, 
Esq. ; R. B. W. Ramsay, Esq. ; J. C. Craigie 
Halkett, Esq., younger, of Cramond. 
Superintendent and Justice of Peace Procurator- 
Fiscal — A. J. List. 



GENERAL MEETINGS. 

Tuesday, 18th January; Tuesday, 15th March ; 
Saturday, 30th April ; Tuesday, 19th July ; 
Tuesday, 4th October ; Tuesday, loth Novem- 
ber — at 12 o'clock. 

Justice of Peace and Road Courts. — At Edin- 
burgh for Small Debt cases, every Monday at 
11 o'clock, and for Road and Police cases every 
second and fourth Tuesday of each month at the 
same hour. At Dalkeith for Road and Pol ice cases, 
the last Tuesday of each month at 11 o'clock. 

Excise Licensing Court. — Upon the first Tuesday 
of May and the last Tuesday of October ; and 
for Appeals, about a fortnight thereafter. 

Vacation. — The month of September. 

County Constabulary Stations. — 1. Head Office, 
Edinburgh ; 2. Jock's Lodge ; 3. Duddingston ; 
4. Musselburgh ; 5. Dalkeith ; 6. Pathhead- 
Ford ; 7. Gorebridge ; 8. Stow ; 9. Penicuik ; 
10. Pentland (New); 11. Lasswade ; 12. Gil- 
merton ; 13. Slateford ; 14. Currie ; 15. Kirk- 
newton ; 16. AYest Calder; 17. Mid-Calder; 
18. East Calder; 19. Ratho ; 20. Corstorphine ; 
21. Davidson's Mains; 22. Coltbridge; 23. 
Granton Pier ; 24. Newhaven ; 25. Newton 
Grange ; 26. Milton Cottages; 27. Roslin ; 28. 
Milleihill ; 29. Carrington ; 30. Newbridge ]. 
31. Portobello. 

Police Committee meet first Wednesday of every 
month, at 12 o'clock. 



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MESSENGERS-AT-ARMS. 

(Notaries Public are indicated by an n, Agents or Procurators by an re.) 



ABERDEENSHIRE. 

Aberdeen — Jas. Johnston, Robt. Shaw, John 

Moir, Alexander Leslie, John Campbell 
Huntly — James M'Kinnon 
Peterhead — James Hutchison, Grant Imlah 
Kincardine O'Neil — Joseph Nicol 
Fraserburgh — Charles Dunbar n a 
Turriff — James D. M'Nee 

ARGYLE3HIRE. 

Oban — D. Carrnrchael 

ATRSHIRE. 

Ayr— John Hutchison, George Gilfillan, Hugh 

Mann, Robert M'Callum 
Kilmarnock — James Browning, John Finlay, 

William Finlay 
Maybole — Thomas Bell 

CAITHNESS-SHIRE. 

Thurso — James M'Kay 

CLACKMANNANSHIRE. 

Alloa — Alexander Gait 

DUMBARTONSHIRE. 

Dumbarton— John Dewar. 

DUMFRIESSHIRE. 

Annan — John M'Lellan a 
! Dumfries — Thomas Haining, Thomas Corrie 

EDINBURGHSHIRE. 

I Edinburgh— George Black, A. Drysdale, W. J. 
Munro, W. A. Thomson, John Grady, Andrew 
AVebster, Robert Gordon, John Caw, William 
Thomson, James Mure, Robert Gordon Nicol. 

ELGINSHIRE. 

1 Elgin — Finlay Munro 

FIFESHIEE. 

iCupar-Fife — Henry Millie, John Cairns 
St Andrews — James Howie 

FORFARSHIRE. 

Dundee — James M 'Donald, Alexander Allan, 
• James S. Mills, John Fenwick 

HADDINGTONSHIRE. 

Haddington — James Anderson 

INVERNESS-SHIRE. 

Fort- William — John Campbell 
Grantown — John Grant 
North ITist — Roderick M'Donald 
Kingussie — G. Mackintosh 
Inverness — James Cameron, Donald Bain, Alex- 
ander Macrae 



Portree (Skye) — Alex. Martin 

KINCARDINESHIRE. 

Stonehaven — John Brown 

KINROSS-SHIRE. 

Craigow by Milnathort — William Bethune, 
jun. 

LANARKSHIRE. 

Lanark — John Currie 

Airdrie — George Gentles 

Glasgow — Henry Miller, David Young, Robert 
Monro, Thomas Barclay a, Dugald M'Keller, 
Peter Peterson, Alexander M'Kerracher, 
Alex. M'Lean, Colin M'Donald,John M'Lean, 
Robert M'Cracken, John W. Beale, Donald 
M'Tavish, Peter M'Bride, Hugh Freeland, 
Joseph Sorley, James Ross, Angus H. Mac- 
kay 

Hamilton — John Thomson, James Kemp 
Strathaven — Francis Wilson 

NAIRNSHIRE. 

Nairn— John Wilson 

ORKNEY, &C. 

Lerwick, Shetland — Sam. Henry 

PERTHSHIRE. 

Crieff — W. Ferguson 

Dunkeld — Henry Ritchie 

Perth — James Hally, John M'Intosh 

eenfrewshire. 
Greenock — William Shearer 
Paisley — -T. Campbell a, Alex. M'Kechnie 

ROSS- SHIRE. 

Dingwall — Alex. Stewart 
Tain— W. C. M'Pherson 
Bonar Bridge — Charles Fraser 

STIRLINGSHIRE. 

Falkirk — David Black 

Stirling — John Sinclair, James Miller 

Denny — W. Muirhead 

SUTHERLANDSHIRE. 

Dornoch — Philip Mackay 
Helmsdale— James Gunn 

WIGTONSHIRE. 

Newton-Stewart — David Martin n 
Stranraer — J. M'William n a 
Wigton — Wm. Carson n a 



LIST OF REGISTRATION DISTRICTS. 

EDINBURGH, LEITH, PORTOBELLO, MUSSELBURGH, &o. 



Name of District. 


Name of Registrars. 


Office. 


Edinburgh — 

1. St George's, .... 

2. St Andrew's, . . . 

3. Canongate, .... 

4. St Giles, 

5. Newington, .... 
Leith — 

1. North Leith, . . . 

2. South Leith, . . . 
Portobello (Burghal), . . 

Musselburgh, 

Dalkeith, 


John Thomson, .... 
George C. Adams, . . . 
Andrew Balfour, .... 
David Beatson, .... 
Thomas Heriot, .... 

Thomas S. Forman, . . . 
Robert Turnbull, .... 
Alexander Paterson, . . 

John Leitch, 

William Barrie, .... 


14 Lothian road. 
9 North St David street. 
163 Canongate. 

City Chambers. 
9 Hill place. 

40 Bridge street. 

69 Constitution street. 

Council Chambers. 
47 High street. 

(Schoolmaster). 



NOTICE. 



DIRECTIONS TO THE CITY PEDESTRIANS. 



To avoid jostling in meeting upon the Foot-pavements, observe 
the general rule, "Keep to the Right," or, in other words, 
allow those that you meet to pass on your left. If this 
well - known rule were more generally acted upon, much 
inconvenience would, of course, be avoided in our crowded 
Thoroughfares. 



NAMES TOO LATE FOR INSERTION, 

See next page. 



NAMES OMITTED AND ALTERATIONS, TOO LATE FOR 
INSERTION IN THEIR PROPER PLACES. 

Crawford, Wm., Commercial Bank, Leitli — house, 13 Gay field square 
Croal, Mrs J. 13 Pitt street 
Curtis, Mrs Richard, 8 Heriot place 

Edinburgh Highland Society, 97 George street 

Ferrier, Miss Margaret Wallace, 10 Doune terrace 

Frame, Thomas, bookseller and stationer, 12 X. Melville place 

Gorrie, Wm. M. architect and civil engineer, 7 Young street 

Hay, Wm. Bremner, S.S.C. 32 Dublin street 
Henderson, John, missionary, 33 William street 
Hunter, Mrs Dr, 5 Duke street 

Ker, James, lath splitter, Fyfe place 

Kinloch, George R. General Register house — house, West Coates villa 

Ladies' seminary, 27 Rutland street 

Laurie, John, 5 Henderson row 

Lee, J. B. W., S.S.C. 13 South Charlotte street 

M'Kean, John, tailor and clothier, 10 Hill place 
Marr, Robert, china merchant, 290 Lawnmarket 
Martine, Patrick, British Linen Company, 5 Comely bank 
Mason, Daniel, lithographic artist, 13 Blair street 

Oliphant, Lindsay R. 13 India street 

Peele, Horatio R. B. 13 India street 
Perry, Mrs Dr, 15 London street 
Petrie, G. accountant, 17 George street 

Ritchie, W. cattle and sheep agent, Xewington 

Scott, David, 1 Carlton street, Stockbridge 
Steven, Alexander, builder, 6 East Preston street 
;Steven, Thomas, joiner, Victoria street 

Watson, Geo. joiner and cabinetmaker, Thornybank lane, and C Riego street 
Wilson, Mrs, 1 Portland place 



ERRATUM. 



P. 121. Cay, John, jun. W.S., Solicitor, G.P.-O., 5 Darnaway street, should be 5 S.-E. 
Circus place 



POST-OFFICE EDINBURGH AND LEITH 
GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

1859-60. 



Abb 

Abbott, Frauds, Secretary to the General 

Post-Office for Scotland, 25 Moray Place 
Abbott, Charles, sculptor, Haddington place 
Abbot's Iron Co. 12 Melbourne place — H. 

Anderson, managing partner 
Abercrombie, Misses, 7 Doune terrace 
Aberdeen, Leith, & Clyde Steam-Shipping 
Co.'s Offices, Grantou Pier, 23 Commercial 
Place, Leith, and 6 South St Andrew street, 
Edinburgh — G. Mathieson, agent 
Aberdeen, Moray Firth, Inverness, Caithness, 
Orkney, and Shetland Steam-Shipping Co.'s 
Offices, Grantou pier, 23 Commercial place, 
Leith, and 6 South St Andrew street, Edin- 
burgh — G. Mathieson, ageut 
Aberdeen & Leith Clipper Office, "Wet docks 

— H. Fraser, jun., agent 
Abernethy, Miss, 110 Lauriston place 
Academy, Eoyal Scottish, of Painting, Sculp- 
ture, and Architecture — The Royal Aca- 
demy — D. 0. Hill, secretary 
Academy, Edinburgh, Henderson row 
Academy, Southern, Park place house 
Account-Book, Engraving, Printing and Book- 
binding establishment, 10 Clerk street 
Accountant in Bankruptcy's Office, G. A. 

Esson, 32 St Andrew square 
Acquroff, John, hairdresser, 20 Rose street 
Adair's Dunedin Temp. Hotel, 219 High st. 
Adair, John, tailor, 227 High street 
Adair, Mrs, 59 Broughton street 
Adam & Kirk, W.S. 9 South Charlotte st. 
Adam & M'Gregor, wool merchants, 83 Con- 
stitution street 
Adams & Riddell, slaters, &c. 77 Rose street 
Adam, Alex, teacher, 17 Union street— See 

Adv. — house, 14 Dundas street 
Adam, Alex. F., W.S. 19 Claremont crescent 
Adam, David C. B., teacher, 24 Rose Bank 
cottages 



Ada 

Adam, James, S.S.C. 19 Claremont crescent 
Adam, James, advocate, 49 Northurnb. street 
Adam, James, medical mesmerist and gal- 

vanist, 15 Pitt street 
Adam, John, baker, 17 High street, Leith 
Adam, John, draftsman & engraver on wood, 

1 Windsor street 
Adam, John, lodgings, 18 Brunswick street 
Adam, Patrick {Sang & A.) 9 Brandon st. 
Adam, Robert, wright, 56 Lothian street 
Adam, Robert, city accountant, City Cham- 
bers — house, 19 Meadow place 
Adam, S. wool-mercht. Afton lodge, Ferry road 
Adam, Mrs, 11 Grove street 
Adams, Alex, bootmaker, 35 Bridge st. Leith 
Adams, Alex. Maxwell, M.D. 16 Argyle sq. 
Adams, Aw. wine merchant, 13 Duke street 
Adams, George G, S.S.C. and registrar of 
births, deaths, and marriages, for the dis- 
trict of St Andrews, open from 10 till 3, 
Saturday 10 till 12, 9 N. St David street- 
house, 10 West Brighton cres. Portobello 
Adams, Gilbert, bootmaker, 28 Kirkgate 
Adams, Robt. smith and ironmonger, 4 Rut- 
laud place — house, 28 Torphichen street 
Adams, W. D., M.D. and surgeon, 5 Argyle 

square 
Adams, Mrs M. ladies' nurse, 2 Gayneld st. 
Adams, Mrs James, 27 Nelson street 
Adams, Mrs, 85 Great King street 
Adamson & Co. printers, 5 St James' square 
Adamson & Gulland, W.S. 16 Nelson street 
Adamson, Adam, plumber, &c, 64 Clerk st. 
Adamson, Alex, shipmaster, 18 Gardner's 

crescent 
Adamson, Andrew, 7 Drurnmond street 
Adamson, Andw. plasterer, 25 S.Richmond st. 
Adamson, David M., S.S.C. 16 Nelson street 
Adamson, George, contractor, 35 Leith st. 
Adamson, James, printer, 5 South College st. 



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Adamson, John William Mackie, 9 Hamilton 

place, Newington 
Adamson, W. M. cooper and fish-curer, 51 

Giles' street — house, 5 Cable wynd, Leith 
Adamson, Walter, ribbon and flower merchant, 

29 South bridge — house, 31 Clerk street 
Adamson, Walter, builder, St Leonard's lane 

— house, 70 St Leonard's street 
Adamson, Mrs, 5 M'Kenzie place 
Adcock, Gilbert, paper merchant, 1 South St 

Andrew st. — ho. 30 James' square 
Addis, Rev. Thomas, Morningside place 
Addis, Mrs William, 6 Grove street 
Addison, Alex., baker, 124. Kirkgate — ho. 30 
Addison's Hotel, 91 Princes street 
Addison, Jas., spirit dealer, 6 Rose street 
Adie, Adam, grocer, 6 Coburg street 
Adie, Alex, and Son, opticians, 50 Princes st. 
Adie, William, spirit dealer, 7 Dock pi. Leith 
Adie, Mrs, Canaan, Grange loan 
Adie, Mrs Robert, 11 Duncan street 
Adjutant-General's Office, 21 Young st. 
Advance Fund and Deposit-Bank Office — 

David Hardie, manager, 7 Elder street 
Advocates' Library, Parliament square — 

Lours in Session, 9 to 4 ; Vacation, 10 to 4 
Advocates' Widows' Fund, 5 S.-E. Circus 

place — John Cay, collector 
Affleck, Archibald, flesher, 9 Home street 
Affleck, George, hosier, glover, and laceman, 

39 Queen street 
Affleck, John, wright, 38 Brunswick street 
Affleck, Robert, grocer, wine & spirit dealer, 

26 St Leonard street — house, 22 
Affleck, William, hatter, 41 N. Frederick st. 
Age Office, 251 High street 
Agnew, S. A. 81 Princes street 
Agriculturist Fire, Life, Cattle, and 

Hail Insurance Co. 9 South St Andrew 

street — F. M f Minn, superintendent 
Agricultural Labourers' Improvement 

Association, James C. Walker, architect 

and secretary, 53 Frederick street 
Aiken, Richard, 11 Danube street 
Aiken, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 38 Lauriston street 
Aikenhead, Adam, flesher, 13 East Richmond 

street and 46 Broughton street 
Aikman, Andrew, & Co. law printers, 11 

Hanover street — house, 30 Castle street 
Aikman, A. corn dealer, 12 Queensf. st. — ho. 4 
Aikman, Arch. & Co. merchants, 1 Victoria st. 
Aikman, A. and D., wholesale leather mer- 
chants, 3 and 38 Niddry street 
Aikman, Colin C. com. & wine merchant, 

16 Constitution street — ho. 3 George pi. 
Aikman, George Spankie {A. A. §■ Co.), 94 

Lauriston place 
Aikman, Geo., jun. draughtsman and engraver 

on wood, 29 N. Bridge 
Aikman, G. engraver, printer, and lithogra- 
pher, 29 N. bridge — ho. 1 Buccleuch st. 
Aikman, John, & Son, painters, paper-hangers, 

and glaziers, 8 Queensferry street 



Aikman, William, & Co. wholesale stationers, 
30 Victoria street 

Aikman, Mrs A. 94 Lauriston place 

Aikman, Mrs James, 3 George place 

Aikman, Mrs James, 5-b St Patrick square 

Aikman, Mrs, 11 Charles street 

Aikman, Mrs John, 54 South Clerk street 

Aimers, Samuel, tailor, 38 Rankeillor st. 

Ainslie, Daniel, 48 Moray place 

Ainslie, David, 54 Queen street 

Ainslie, James, coal merchant, 34 Sheriff 
brae — house, 2 Old Bridge end 

Ainslie, John, furniture dealer, 254 Cowgate 

Ainslie, Wm. ( Gardner if Ainslie), 59 Lauris- 
ton place 

Ainslie, Hon. Mrs, 1 1 Inverleith row 

Ainslie, Mrs, 17 Keir street 

Aird, M'Intosb, & Co., merchants, Granton 
quay 

Aird, John, letter-carrier, 3 Nottingham ter. 

Aird, Thomas, 3 Saunders st. Stockbridge 

Aird, William {A., M'L, & Co.), Osborne 
cottage, Queensferry road 

Aird, Misses, Spring valley house, Morningside 

Aire, Miss, 6 Springfield 

Airmet, Jas. earthenw. dealer, 96 Pleasance 

Airtb, Mrs, Hope street, Leith walk 

Aitchison and Sons, confectioners to her Ma- 
jesty, 77 Queen street 

Aitchison, Andrew, wine and spirit merchant, 
1 Abercromby place 

Aitchison, David, draper, 22 Kirkgate — ho. 
10 Glover street, Leith 

Aitchison, Donald, chimney-sweeper and 
smoke-curer, 122 Rose street 

Aitchison, Francis, 6 Broughton place 

Aitchison, George, baker, 1 Wemyss place 

Aitchison, Geo. grocer and spirit dealer, 35 
Richmond place 

Aitchison, James, draper, 9 Spring gardens- 
house, 19 North- West Circus place 

Aitchison, James, watch and clock maker anc 
jeweller, 15 Bank street 

Aitchison, John, & Co. brewers, 48 South back 
of Canongate 

Aitchison, John, wholesale spirit merchant, 
44, 45, and 46 Shore 

Aitchison, Robert, cowfeeder, 6 Potterrow 

Aitchison, Thomas S. 12 Blacket place 

Aitchison, Tho. shoemaker, 309 High street 

Aitchison, William John, 5 Bruntsfield place 

Aitchison, Mrs, 15 St John street 

Aitchison, Mrs, 41 Claremont street 

Aitchison, Mrs, 6 Ingliston street 

Aitchison, Mrs, 12 Blacket place 

Aitchison, Mrs Isabella, grocer, 49 Cowgate 

Aitchison, Miss, 68 George street 

Aitken and Campbell, wine merchants, 11 St 
James' square — house, 22 Broughton place 

Aitken & Co. firewood factory, 70 Fountain 
bridge 

Aitken~& Co. coal merchants, 70 Fountain 
bridge 



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Aitken, Gray, & Co. corn factors and com- 
mission merchants, 21 Bernard street 
Aitken & Wright, provision merchants, Char- 
lotte lane, Leith 
Aitken, A. {Marshall 6? A.), 19 Buccleuch 

place 
Aitken, Alex. 5 Sylvan place 
Aitken, Alex, coal agent, 9 Port-Hamilton — 

house, 49 Fountainbridge 
Aitken, Andw. (J. A.Sp Co.), 6 Mansfield place 
Aitken, Andrew (A. G. §- Co.), 4 Vanburgh 

place 
Aitken, Andw. (G.P.-O) 7 Little King st. 
Aitken, David, flesher, 14 Leven street 
Aitken, James, & Co. wholesale tea and coffee 

dealers, 1 Greenside place 
Aitken, J. & G. victual dealers, 79 Giles st. 
Aitken, James, chemist and druggist, 44 

Broughton street — house, 12 Fettes row 
Aitken, James, smith and farrier, 21 Pleasance 
Aitken, James, gardener, Dean 
Aitken, James, solicitor, 45 St Cuthbert st. 
Aitken, James (J, A. §• Co.), Mary field house 
Aitken, James, corn dealer, 17 Kirkgate 
Aitken, James, collector of annuity assessment, 

12 Royal Exchange — house, 5 North St 

James' street 
Aitken, John, veter. surgeon, 144 Causey side 
Aitken, John, tea mercht., 60 New buildings 

North bridge — house, 6 West Newington 
Aitken, John, teetotal coffee-house, 104 

High street 
Aitken, John, silk mercer and draper, 31 

Greenside street — house, 2 Baxter's place 
Aitken, John, painter & glazier, 3 Union pi. 
Aitken, J. upholsterer, cabinetmaker, carver 

and gilder, house agent, undertaker, and 

appraiser, 39 Frederick street 
Aitken, Thomas (London <5r Edin. Shipping 

Co.), 31 Bernard street 
Aitken, Thos. spirit dealer, Frithfield baths 
Aitken, Thomas L., letterpress printer, 27 

George IV. bridge — ho. 19 Dalrymple pi. 
Aitken, Walter, baker, 117 Nicolson street 
Aitken, William, 47 Bridge street, Leith 
Aitken, Wm. commission agent, 21 South St 

David street — house, 7 Tollcross 
Aitken, Wm. victual dealer, 6 North Melville 

place 
Aitken, Wm. chemist and druggist, 3 Pitt 

street — house, 12 Fettes row 
Aitken, William, wine and spirit merchant, 

60 Fountain bridge 
Aitken, Mrs James, Hawthorn bank 
Aitken, Mrs Janet, grocer, 44 Home street 
Aitken, Mrs W. ladies' nurse, 1 North James' 

street 
Aitken Mrs, 15 Clarence street 
Aitken, Mrs, 26 Royal crescent 
Aitken, Miss, 12 Brandon street 
Albion Loan Co. 44 Rose street 
Albion Wine Co. 10 Mansfield place 
Alder, Henry (F. A. and Co.), 4 Park street 



Alexander & Macnab, the national mourning 
and mantle warehousemen and gentlemen's 
outfitters, 82, 83, 84 South bridge 

Alexander, A. & Sons, joiners and cabinet- 
makers, 35 Sandport street 

Alexander, Andw. baker, 5 Davie street 

Alexander, Alex, corn mercht. 17 Bristo st. 

Alexander, Alexander, grocer, 27 London st. 

Alexander, Charles, tailor and clothier, 1 
Simon square 

Alexander, Charles, nursery and seedsman, 
30 West Register street — house, 15 Nelson 
street — nursery, Larkfield, Trinity 

Alexander, Frederick, commission agent, 63 
New Buildings, North bridge — house, 17 
Lutton place 

Alexander, George, builder, 156 Causeyside — 
house, Grange loan 

Alexander, Geo. provision merchant, 9 St 
Patrick street 

Alexander, H. D., M.D., surgeon, 46 Canon- 
gate — house, 12 St John street 

Alexander, J., teacher of music, 24 Castle st. 

Alexander, Jas. T. surgeon and accoucheur, 
6 Stafford street 

Alexander, James W. corn merchant, 5 West 
Preston street 

Alexander, James, 43 Lauriston place 

Alexander, James, nursery and seedsman 
(Dicksons & Co.) Leith Walk Nursery 

Alexander, Rev. John, D.D. 4 St Vincent st. 

Alexander, John, flesher, 27 Fountainbridge — 
house, 51 Earl Grey street 

Alexander, John, tailor and clothier, 2 Can- 
ning place 

Alexander, John, builder, 17 Gilmour place 

Alexander, John, grocer & spirit merchant, 
Newhaven 

Alexander, Rev. Lindsay, D.D. 17 Brown sq. 

Alexander, L. wine merchant and agent, 10 
Mansfield place 

Alexander, Richard, draper, hosier, and shirt 
maker, 467 Lawnmarket 

Alexander, Robt., butcher & poulterer, 42 So. 
Clerk st. — house, 5 West Preston st. 

Alexander, Tho. & Son, coopers, 4 Dock street, 
Leith 

Alexander, T. B. (A. $ Son), 2 Sandport 
street, Leith 

Alexander, Thomas, comm. agent, 93 Giles' 
street — house, 2 Laurie street, Leith 

Alexander, Wm., W.S. commissary clerk of 
Edinburgh, Commissary Office, Parliament 
square — chambers, 7 N. St David st. 

Alexander, W. 7 Brunswick street, Hillside 

Alexander, Wm. 21 Comely bank 

Alexander, Wm., J. P. officer, 12 Charles st. 

Alexander, Mrs James, grocer and spirit dealer, 
79 Kirkgate — house, Bonnington bank 

Alexander, Mrs, & Co. outfitting and baby 
linen warehouse, 87 George street 

Alexander, Mrs, 35 Broughton street 

Alexander, Mrs, grocer, 24 Home street 



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Alexander, Miss Janet, female teacher, Orphan 

Hospital 
Alexander, Miss, milliner, 13 North bridge 
Alexander, Miss, 7 Nicolson square 
Alison and Cowan, corn merchants, 29 Consti- 
tution street, Leith 
Alison, Jn. (A. 8f Cowan), 25 George square 
Alison, John, house carpenter, 21 Gray street, 

Newington — house, Wight's place 
Alison, Dr W. P. consulting physician, eme- 
ritus professor of the practice of medicine, 
44 Heriot row 
Allan & Gavin, wine merchants, 25 Sheriff 

brae, Leith 
Allan, Charles, messenger, Commercial bank, 

8 St James' square 
Allan, George (Ballantine and A.), 12 Nelson 

street 
Allan, George, baker, 4 Shrub place 
Allan, Geo. 44 Cumberland street 
Allan, James, tailor, 31 South bridge 
Allan, James, S.S.C. 8 N. St David street 
Allan, James & Son, bootmakers, 42 Leith st. 

— house, 20 Barony street 
Allan, John (Scot. Union Insurance Ojfice), 

cashier, 47 George street 
Allan, John, cabinetmaker, IS Dundas street 
Allan, John, tailor, 74 Thistle street 
Allan, Robert, sharebroker, 4-a St Andrew sq. 

— house, 29 York place 
Allan, Robert, leather merchant, 15 Horse 

wynd — house, 30 Horse wynd 
Allan, Thomas, & Co. printers and publishers 
of the Caledonian Mercury and Weekly Mer- 
cury, and general printers, 265 High street 
Allan, Thos. C. (Scott Sf A.), 9 Brunton place 
Allan, W. (Customs), Bonnington cottage 
Allan, Win., S.S.C, 48 London street 
Allan, Mrs Ann, dressmaker, 08 Nicolson st. 
Allan, Mrs Henry, 5 Arniston place 
Allan, Mrs John, 8 Newington terrace 
Allan, Mrs Wm, coal merchant, 12 Port- 
Hamilton — house, 6 Newport street 
Allan, Mrs, 16 Forth street 
Allan, Mrs, gardener, Lover's lane, Leith 

walk 
Allan, Miss Mary, 22 Frederick street 
Allan. Miss, Allanfield, Ferry road 
Allardice and Sclauders, upholsterers and cabi- 
netmakers to the Queen, 12 George st. 
Allardice, James (Allardice & Sclanders), 

38 Gilmore place 
Allardice, John (Allardice & Sclanders), 

5 Keir street 
Allardice, Mrs, 54 South Clerk street 
Allester, Mrs, 13 Union street 
Alliance Assurance Co. 30-a India street— 

C M. Barstow, C.A., agent 
Alliance British and Foreign Life and Fire 
Assurance Company, 95 George st. — David 
Maclagan, C.A., manager — See Adv. 
Alliance Marine Assurance Co. 30-n Consti- 
tution street — John Warrack & Co., agents 



Allison, Alex, asphalter, 198 Rose street 
Allison, James, shipmaster, 37 Couper street, 

Leith 
Allison, James, assistant inspector of poor, 

163 Canongate 
Allison, Jas. house agent, 24 Mid. Arthur pi. 
Allison, Miss, 11 King's place 
Allman, George James, M.D., F.R.S. L. & E. 

regius prof, of nat. hist. University, Edin. 
Alloa and Leith Steam Packet Co.'s Office, 

3 Queen street, Leith 
Allshorn, G. E., M.D., surgeon, homoeopathic 

laboratory, 67 George street 
Almond, J. E- mourning warehouse, 28 and 29 

North bridge 
Alston, Geo. clothier and hatter, 40 Hanover st, 

— house, 12 Atholl place 
Alston, Hugh, G Brighton street 
Alston, John, tea dealer, wine merchant, and 

grocer, 50 Tolbooth wynd, Leith 
Alston, Mrs, 8 Nicolson square 
Alves, Charles George, Colonel, 26 Broughton 

place 
Alves, Mrs, 9 Royal terrace 
Alves, Miss E. 17 Raeburn place 
Alves, Miss, 6 Scotland street 
Ancrum, J., & Son, cork manufacturers, 142 

Rose street 
Ancrum, John, 21 Lauriston street 
Anderson & M'Farlane, oilmen, drysalters, and 

provision merchants, 12 King's stables 
Auderson's Royal Fancy Bazaar, 47 New 

Buildings, N. bridge 
Anderson & Williamson, general merchants, 

71 Timber bush 
Anderson, A. cabinetmaker, 33 Brunswick st. 
Anderson, A. clothier and draper, 5 Drum- 

mond street 
Anderson, Abraham Collis, Fort-major, Edin- 
burgh Castle 
Anderson, Alex. 12 Hill square 
Anderson, Alex, teacher, George Watson's 

hospital 
Anderson, Alex. Rainbow hotel, 47 N. bridge 
Anderson, Alex, victual dealer, 4 Upper Dean 

street 
Anderson, Alex. 27 South Clerk street 
Anderson, Alex. H. accountant, Richmond 

villa, Grange road 
Anderson, Alex, tailor, 45 London street 
Anderson, Andrew, M.D. 40 Minto street 
Anderson, Andrew, flesber, 7 Veal market 
Anderson, C. W. (R. A.&p Co.), 2 Fife place, 

Leith walk 
Anderson, Charles, S.S.C. (General Register 

House), 2 N.-E. Circus place 
Anderson, Charles, Trinity house, Trinity 
Anderson, D. of Moredun, banker, 24 Moray 

place 
Anderson, David, & Co., commission agen s, 

42 Quality street, Leith 
Anderson, David, stoneware dealer. 28 Sand- 
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Anderson, David, {M'L. §■ A.) 2 Dick place, 

Grange 
Anderson, David, hairdresser and perfumer, 

119 Nicolson street 
Anderson, D. baker, 13 Hamilton place, and 

3 St Anthony place — house, 1 Riego street 
Anderson, D. {Anderson & Co.) 1 Pilrig 

place 
Anderson, D. S. laboratory, 247 Canongate, 

and 1 Earl Grey street 
Anderson, Duncan, Keeper of Chapel Royal, 

Holyrood palace 
Anderson, Findlay, E. I. C. civil service, 32 

Moray place 
Anderson, Gavin, church officer, Lothian rd. 
Anderson, Geo., Rosebank, Mayfield loan 
Anderson, George, plumber and gasfitter, 8 

Greenside place 
Anderson, George, grocer, 4. Ampbion place 
Anderson, Geo., news-agent, 39 Lothian rd. 
Anderson, Hart, collector of West Kirk poor- 
rates, 1 Rutland street 
Anderson, Hugh {Abbot's Iron Company), 5 

Meadow place 
Anderson, Isaac, S.S.C. 1 George st. — house, 

14 Maryfield 
Anderson, James, solicitor-at- law, 8 Dundas st. 
Anderson, James, 12 Hill place 
Anderson,James(C«sfow2s), Upper Hermitage, 

Leith 
Anderson, James, bookseller and stationer, 28 

B rough ton street 
Anderson, James, clothier, hatter, and shirt 

maker, 45 South bridge 
Anderson, James, bookbinder, 68 Nicolson st. 
Anderson, J. upholsterer, 28 Candlemaker row 
Anderson, James, plasterer, Lothian road — 

house, 23 Downie place 
Anderson, James C., Lauder road, Grange 
Anderson, James, jun. draper, 345 High st. 

— ho. 13 Brandon street 
Anderson, James, supervisor of Inland Re- 
venue, 7 London row 
Anderson, J. civil engineer and architect, 29 St 

Bernard's crescent 
Anderson, James T., advocate, 3 Gloucester pi. 
Anderson, James, printer, 1 Clerk street 
Anderson, James, 3 Portland place 
Anderson, James, bookbinder & stationer, 233 

High street 
Anderson, John & Francis, W.S., 50 Castle 

street 
Anderson, John, {Taylor, Anderson, and Co. 

brewers), 4 Upper Gilmour place 
Anderson, John (A. Mathieson §■ Son), — 

Canaan grove, Church lane 
Anderson, John, boot and shoemaker, 9 

Young street 
Anderson, John, 31 St Bernard's crescent 
Anderson, John, jun. bootmaker {The Edin. 

Boot and Shoe Warehouse), 21 South bridge 

— See Adv. 
Anderson, John, Holland lodge, S. Gray-str. 



Anderson, John, W.S., (./. & F. Anderson, 
W.S.) 15 Alva street 

Anderson, Jn. (R.GrieveS,- Co.), 28 Saxe-Co- 
burg place 

Anderson, John, purveyor offish to the Queen 
for Scotland, 106 George street — ho. 108 

Anderson, Jn. jun. butcher, 106-a. George st. 

Anderson, John, agent for the S. T. L., 24 
Middle Arthur place 

Anderson, John, Georgefield, Trinity 

Anderson, John G., West Viewfield, Trinity 

Anderson, Letham, writer, 62 Cumberland st. 

Anderson, Lewis, ironmgr. 1 Bridge st. Leith 

Anderson, Peter, tailor, 21 Lothian street 

Anderson, P. cattle salesman, N. Inverleith 
mains 

Anderson, Captain P. Granton 

Anderson, Robt. teacher of natural history and 
physical science, 7 Gayfield square 

Anderson, Robert {National Bank), 46 South 
Clerk street 

Anderson, Robert, pianoforte seller and tuner, 
10 Dean street 

Anderson, R. S., W.S. 4 Atholl place 

Anderson, Robert, printer, 160 High street- 
house, 98 Grange place 

Anderson, Robert & Co. metal merchants, and 
white zinc paint manufacturers, 6 Timber 
hush, Leith 

Anderson, Robert (IV. Oliphant <£• Co.) 14 
Clerk street 

Anderson, R. stabler, North Hill street lane — 
house, 15 Dundas street 

Anderson, Robert, gardener, Merchiston 

Anderson, R. and R. candlemakers, 93 Giles' 
street — ho. 2 Cassells' place, Leith 

Anderson, R. O. (G.P.O.), 22 Danube st. 

Anderson, Robert {Normal Institution), John- 
stone terrace — house, 21 Nelson street 

Anderson, Thos. secretary Nat. Bank of Scot" 
land, 41 St Andrew square 

Anderson, Thos. Scott, W.S. 1 Atholl place 

Anderson, W. spirit dealer, 33 Elbe street 

Anderson, Wr. grain merch. 122 Lauriston pi. 

Anderson, Wm. perfumer, 2 East Register st. 

Anderson, Wm. Marchmont herald, lyon elk. 
depute, Register ho. — house, 13 Union st. 

Anderson, William, corn dealer, 165 West pt. 

Anderson, Wm. writer, 11 Dundas street 

Anderson, Wm. flesher, 18 Middle market 

Anderson, W. and J. ironmongers, 22 Nicol- 
son street 

Anderson, William, town clerk, 107 Consti- 
tution street, Leith — house, 21 Pilrig st. 

Anderson, William, merchant, 38 Constitu- 
tion street — ho. 8 Regent terrace 

Anderson, Wm. baker and confectioner, 12 
South College street 

Anderson, Wm. slater and glazier, 10 North 
College street — house, 48 Lothian street 

Anderson, Wm. wine merchant, 1 Stead's pi. 

Anderson, Wm. carter, Junction road, Leith 

Anderson, Wm. (Bell §• Co.), 7 Brown st. 



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Anderson, William, literary writer, and joint 
secretary of the Scottish Literary Institute, 
56 India street 
Anderson, Wm. W. teacher of writing, arith- 
metic, &c, 20 St Andrew square 
Anderson, Mrs A. ladies' nurse, 47 Thistle st. 
Anderson, Mrs C. ladies' nurse, 15 Dundas st. 
Anderson, Mrs C. 18 Blacket place 
Anderson, Mrs D. farrier, Hamilton's entry 
Anderson, Mrs Ed. 19 West Nicolson street 
Anderson, Mrs George, 22 Gayfield square 
Anderson, Mrs Helen, 3 Hope street 
Anderson, Mrs James, ladies' nurse,47 William 

street 
Anderson, Mrs Jane, grocer, 12 Wright's ho. 
Anderson, Mrs John, 20 St Cuthbert street 
Anderson, Mrs M. ladies' nurse, 16 Jamaica 

street 
Anderson, Mrs Margaret, 5 Cheyne street 
Anderson, Mrs P. 29 Howe street 
Anderson, Mrs R. Cecil Lodge, Blackford rd. 
Anderson, Mrs, 7 George square 
Anderson, Mrs, lodgings, 22 Albany street 
Anderson, Mrs, 20 Coates crescent 
Anderson, Mrs, sick nurse, 1 St Bernard's pi. 
Anderson, Mrs, 18 Melville street 
Anderson, Mrs, 13 Stafford street 
Anderson, Mrs, 23 Dundas street 
Anderson, Miss B. dressmaker, 16 Greenside 

place 
Anderson, Miss Margaret S. 6 Windmill st. 
Anderson, Miss Mary, dressmaker, 44 India pi. 
Anderson, Miss, sen. of Winterfield, 24 In- 

verleith row 
Anderson, Miss, 8 Lynedoch place 
Anderson, Miss, 26 Gilmore place 
Anderson, Miss, 23 Howe street 
Anderson, Miss, dressmaker, 46 Constitu- 
tion street, Leith 
Anderson, Miss, milliner, 18 Frederick street 
Anderson, Miss, dressmaker, 5 West Adam st. 
Anderson, Miss, Rosebank, Mayfield loan 
Anderson, Misses, 10 Maryfield 
Anderson, Misses, 44 Blacket place 
Anderson, Misses, 5 Great King street 
Anderson, Misses, 35 West Nicolson street 
Andrew, Alex., grocer, wine and spirit mer- 
chant, 31 Couper street — ho. 7 Hope ter. 
Andrew, D. potato mercht. Granton cottages 
Andrew, Jas. M.D., F.R.C.P.E. 15 Queen st. 
Andrew, Mrs, 3 Mary place 
Andrew, Mrs, 4 Elder street 
Andrews, Rev. Thomas, 101 Princes street 
Angus, James H. wine and spirit merchant, 

4 Downie place — house, 18 
Angus, J. plumber, brassfounder, and gas- 
fitter, 5 Lothian street and 5 Charles street 

Angus, Thos. smith, 129 Rose st ho. 116 

Angus, Wm., agent, 1 Market street 
Angus, Mrs C. 10 Dublin street 
Angus, Mrs, 25 Montagu street 
Angus & Co., milliners, 12 Kirkgate — ho. 28 
Bernard street 



Angus, Miss Jessie, dressmaker, 47 India pi. 
Angus, Miss, 12 Castle street 
Annan, J. plasterer and modeller, S. W. 
Thistle street lane — ho. 18 Dundas street 
Annandale, James, Clerk of Works, 17 Can- 
ning place 
Annuity Assessmt. Office, 12 Roy. Exchange 
Annuity Offices, 56 N. Hanover st. — John 

Innes, manager for Scotland — See Ado. 
Anstruther, James, 42 Moray place 
Antiquarian Society, Royal Institution, 

Mound 
Anton, James, agent, 2 Tollcross 
Arbuckle, Joseph, cutler and bandage maker, 

43 South bridge 
Arbuckle, Arch, grocer 13 Atholl place 
Arbuthnot, Sir Robert Keith, Bart. 16 Char- 
lotte square 
Archer, Gilbert, clerk, 11 Great Junction 

street, Leith 
Archer, James, portrait painter, 21 York pi. 
Archer, J. gardener, Hermitage, Lochend rd. 
Archer, Mrs, sick nurse, 14 Queen st. Leith 
Archibald, Andrew, 41 Clerk street 
Archibald, Andrew, baker, 82 Kirkgate, Leith 
Archibald, C. baker & confectioner, 1 Archi- 
bald place 
Archibald, David, farrier, 166 Rose street 
Archibald, David, tailor, 77 Rose street 
Archibald, Francis, Old Ship hotel, 28 Shore 
Archibald, George, 3 Archibald place 
Archibald, George, engraver, 8 Elm row 
Archibald, George, keeper, County hall 
Archibald, Jn. victual dealer, 3 Greenside pi. 
Archibald, John, baker, 29 Pitt street 
Archibald, Morris, grocer and spirit mer- 
chant, 1 Parkside street 
Archibald, R. tailor & clothier, 25 North br. 
Archibald, Mr9 Margaret, cutler and bandage 

maker, 117 Kirkgate 
Archibald, Miss, 2 South-west Circus place 
Archibald, Misses, 30 Pitt street 
Architectural Institute of Scotland, 51 
George st.— Wm. Miller, S.S.C. 59 George 
square, hon. sec. 
Arcus, Mrs John, lodgings, 29 Stafford street 
Ardmillan, Lord, 18 Charlotte square 
Argus Life Insurance Co. 38 Frederick street 

— Scott, Rymer, and Bruce, W.S., agents 
Arkley, Patrick, advocate, 29 Great King st. 
Arkley, Miss Elizabeth, furniture sempstress, 

26 Pleasance 
Arkley, Miss, 18 Cassells' place 
Armet, Wm. & Son, tailors, 8 Elder street 
Armitage, Alex. B. accountant, 40 Albany st. 
Armitage, Mrs Samuel, 40 Albany street 
Armour, Harry, printer, 54 South bridge- 
house, 1 8 Buccleuch place 
Armstrong & Hogg, brassfounders, gasfitters, 
plumbers, zinc and tin-plate workers, 30 
Lothian road 
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Armstrong, Rob. photographer, 63 Princes st. 

Armstrong, Thomas, cashier, Bank of Scot- 
land — house, ditto 

Armstrong, Wm. A. joiner and cabinetmaker, 
2 Nottingham terrace 

Armstrong, Mrs, lodgings, 27 Nelson street 

Armstrong, Miss M. dressmaker, 2 St James' 
place 

Arniston Colliery Offices, St Leonard's 
Depot, and North Bridge station — D. 
Stewart, agent, 17 West Crosscausey 

Arnold, James, baker, 25 Home street 

Arnot, Rev. David, D.D. 38 George square 

Arnot, David, china merchant, 60 West port 

Arnot, George, missionary, 8 Fyfe place 

Arnot, Misses, 22 Rutland square 

Arnott, A. mercantile agent, 13 Salisbury st. 

Arnott, James, W.S. 5 Wemyss place 

Arnott, James, baker, 44 Buccleuch street 

Arnott, John, W.S. 1 St Vincent street 

Arnott, Robert, wine and spirit merchant, 38 
Potterrow 

Arnott, Mrs, 1 St Vincent street 

Arnott, Mrs, 30 Howe street 

Arthur & Son, clothiers, 16 So. St David st. 

Arthur, Chas. secretary to the Edinburgh & 
Leith Gas Co. 33 Howe street 

Arthur, Geo. Wellington place 

Arthur, John, house agent, 4 Roxburgh terrace 

Arthur, R. & R. H., S.S.C., 23 St Andrew sq. 

Arthur, Richard, advocate, 40 Northumber- 
land street 

Arthur, Robert Hedderick, S.S.C., {R. $ R. 
H. Arthur}, Viewfield, Merchiston 

Arthur, Richard, S.S.C., 23 St Andrew sq. — 
house, Merchiston 

Arthur, Wm. 4 Rankeillor street 

Arthur, Mrs Andrew, 1 5 Buccleuch place 

Arthur, Miss, 2 Wellington place 

Arts, Royal Scottish Society of — hall of meet- 
ing, 51 George street — J. B. Bell, secre- 
tary, 5 Hill street 

Arts, Royal Institution for the Encourage- 
ment of Fine, Royal Institution, Mound 

Arts, The Royal Association for Promotion 
ofFine — J. A. Bell, 69 York pi. secretary 

Aschroft, Peter, china and glass warehouse, 
14 Baker's place 

Ashenheim, Jacob, jeweller and general agent, 
4 Leopold place 

Assay, Goldsmiths', Office, 98 South bridge 

Assembly Rooms, 54 George street 

Association for the Revival of Sacred Music, 
St Cecilia Hall, Randolph place— T. M. 
Hunter, director 

Asylum, Magdalene, 181 Canongate 

Asylum for Industrious Blind, 58 Nicolson 
street — Thos. Wallace, manager 

Asylum for the Female Blind, 38 Nicolson st. 

Atkins, George O. 20 Danube street 

Atkinson, Isaac, clothier and outfitter, 8 St 
Andrew square 

Atkinson, John Balfour, 8 Royal terrace 



Atkinson, J. T., Deputy Comptroller, General 

Post- Office, 2 Pilrig street 
Atkinson, R. coach -hirer, 8 N.-W. Circus pi. 
Atlas Fire & Life Assurance Co.'s office — 
W. White, 12 Frederick st., H. Tod, 39 
York place, G. T. Chiene, 7 George street, 
agents 
Auchie, Alex. 17 George street — house, 4 

Argyle square 
Auchie, Alex., Grange road, accountant, 

Clydesdale bank 
Auchincloss, John, smith, North Rose st. lane 

•—house, 15 St James' square 
Auchinleck, John, jun. & Co. linen and 
woollen drapers, 68, 69 Tolbooth wynd, 
Leith 
Auchinleck, John {Commercial Bank, Leith") 

Newhaven park 
Auditors' Chambers, 16 Royal Exchange 
Aue, Dr C. E. teacher of German, 48 North 

Frederick street 
Auld & Chalmers, W.S. 21 Thistle street 
Auld, James, bootmaker, 397 Lawnmarket, 

—ho. 3 W. Preston st. 
Auld, John, W.S. {Auld $ Chalmers, W.S.) 

10 Duke street 
Auld, John, shoemaker, 13 Heriot's buildings 
Auld, John, bootmaker, 2 Elm row 
Auld, Wm. leather and gutta-percha boot and 
shoe manufacturer, 407, 431, 513 Lawn- 
market — house, 20 Meadow place 
Auld, Miss, matron, John Watson's institution 
Austin, Mrs Elizabeth, 8 Mary place 
Austin, Mrs John, St Bernard's row 
Auton, R. {N~. B. Colour Co.) 4 Assembly st. 
Ayer, James, tailor, 10 Catherine street 
Ayton, Edw. surgeon-dentist, 1 Charlotte pi. 
Aytoun, James, advocate, 39 Heriot row 
Aytoun, James, 26 North Neilson street 
Aytoun, Robert, W.S. 3 Fettes row 
Aytoun, Wm. Edmondstoune, advocate, pro- 
fessor of rhetoric and belles lettres, sheriff 
of Orkney, 16 Great Stuart street 
Aytoun, Mrs, 28 Inverleith row 

Babington, Mrs John, 2 Randolph place 
Badenoch, G. R. 29 Upper Gray street 
Baigrie, Alex, coal merchant, 1 Old Broughton 
Baigrie, George, agent, 17 Parkside street. — 

See Adv. 
Baigrie, George, 5 Roxburgh place, and Corn 

Exchange 
Baikie, James {Knox, Samuel, fy Dickson), 6 

Gardner's crescent 
Baildon, H. C. chemist and druggist, 73 Princes 

street 
Bailey, John, boot & shoe maker, 78 Princes St. 
Bailey, John, 1 Gardner's crescent 
Bailey, John, spirit dealer, 4 W. Richmond st 
Bailey, W. jun. & Co. merchants, 28 Grass- 
market 
Bailey, William, jun. & Co. chemical manure 
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Baillie & Palmer, coach-lace manufacturers, 
Mint close. 66 High street 

Baillie, Charles., advocate. 14 Randolph cres- 
cent 

Baillie, Charles, grocer and spirit dealer. 12 
Moray street 

Baillie, James, teacher, 5 Saunders street 

Baillie, J. M., C.A. 15 Northumberland st. 

Baillie, James W., W.S. agent for "Western 
Life Assurance Cooapany. and Law Fire 
Assurance Company, 20 Hill street — house. 
14 Walker street 

Baillie. John {Burn and B.), IS Nelson street 

Baillie.. John. Grange road 

Baillie. Nichol. merchant, 100 Lauriston pi. 

Baillie. Robt. G. of Culteraikrs, 14 Walker 
street 

Baillie, Robert, clothier, 9 Melbourne place— 
ho. 3 Spittal street 

Baillie, T. ec N. provision merchants, 15 Vic- 
toria street 

Baillie. Walter ( Warrick and B.), 13 Buc- 
cleuch place 

Baillie, Wo., of Falahill, W.S. 24 Forth st. 

Baillie. Mrs "Wm. R., 3 Northumberland 
street 

Baillie, Mrs. 3 Atholl crescent 

Baillie. Mrs, sick-nurse, 6 Chalmers' buildings, 
Fountainbridge 

Baillie. Mrs. 7 Lynedoeh Dlace 

Baillie, Mrs, lodgings. IT Glover street 

Bailiie. Miss, 1 Nefson street 

Bain. M'Nicol, & Young ( W. B. St Co.) Brit- 
tannia Iron and Wire Works, 27 Cross- 
causey. — See Adv. 

Bain, Andrew, spirit dealer. 24 Fleshmarket 
close — house 22 

Bain. David G.. S.S.C. Agent for the Rock 
Life Assurance Co. 32 Alva st. 

Bain, Daniel, lot Causeyside 

Bain, D. accountant. 2 E. Broughton place 

Bain. Donald, grocer, tea, wine, and spirit 
merchant, 66 Bristo street 

Bain. James, spirit merchant. 2 Hillhousefield 

Bain, John, shoemaker, 22 N.-West Circus 
place 

Bain, Thos. cabinetmaker ^c upholr. 6 Coates 
place — house. 26 Bread street 

Bain, William, engineer. Echo bank 

Bain, William, coach hirer, 3 St Vincent st. 

Bain. William, Sciennes Hill cottage 

Bain, William, manager. City of Glasgow 

bank, 12 Hanover street- 
Bain, Capt. W. 13 Comely Green place 

Bain, Mrs Marion. 29 Clarence street 

Bain, Mrs, 5 North Bank street 

Bain, Mrs, brok. cVstr.-hat mak. 157 Cowgate 

Bain, Miss, 9 Trinity crescent 

Bain. Miss. S Buceleuch place 

Bain. Miss, 33 Montague street 

Bain, Isabella, & Co. china, crystal, and 
stoneware merchants. 59 Canongate 

Baird, A., tea dealer and grocer, 34 Home st. 



Baird, Alexander, chair maker. Mint, South 

Gray's close 
Baird, David, printer, 179 Canongate 
Baird, James, fruiterer, 18 Stockbridge market 
Baird, John W T ., W.S. 4 Drummond place 
Baird, John, skinner and wool dealer, Silver 

mills 
Baird, John, lather and plaster eT, Low Brough- 
ton 
Baird. Joseph, merchant, 14 J Royal Exchange 

— house, 28 Minto street 
Baird, Robert, writer, 15 Nelson street 
Baird, William (GP.-O.), Rose cottage, 

Hewitt place 
Baird, Wm. plasterer, Coates place — house, 18 

Duncan street 
Baird. Miss, of Camelon, 4 S.-W. Circus pi. 
Baird. Miss, 18 Leopold place 
Baker, John, Wesleyan minister. 40 Duke st. 

Lekh 
Baikie, James, mason. 2 Huntly street 
Balbirnie. John, engineer, superintendent of 

Harbour and Docks, Leith — ho. 3 Bank pi. 

Ferry road 
B alders ton. Mrs, 46 Ann street 
Balderston. Miss, 23 Melville street 
Baldwin, Wm. W. T. 12 Rutland square 
Balfour & Co. wine merchants, 14 George st. 
Balfour, Alexander, teacher, Bell's school, 21 

South Junction street — house, Northfield 
Balfour. Andrew, 3 St John's hill 
Balfour. Andrew, registrar of births, deaths, 

and marriages for 3d district of Canongate, 

163 Canongate — house, 7 Union street 
Balfour. George William, M.D., 2 Shandwick 

place. 
Balfour, James, of Pilrig, Pilrig house 
Balfour. James. W.S. 4 Thistle court — house, 

58 Great King street 
Balfour. James, 12 Maitland street 
Balfour, J. B.. M.D. and surgeon, 37 Albany 

street 
Balfour, J. H., M.D. professor of medicine 

and botany. 27 Inverleith row 
Balfour. J. M. & J., W.S. 4 Thistle court 
Balfour, John, 37 Great King street 
Balfour, John M., W.S. 4 Thistle court; — 

house, Pilrig house 
Balfour, John, & Co. corn factors, 133 Con- 
stitution street — house, 10 Waterloo place 
Balfour. Robert, accountant, secretary of City 

of Glasgow Life Assurance Co. 10 Clare- 

mont crescent 
Balfour, Thomas A. G., M.D.. 5 George square 
Balfour, Rev. Wm. 3 St John's hill 
Balfour, Mrs Wm. Salisbury Green cottage 
Balfour. Misses, 7 Union street 
Balgarnie, James Hogarth, C.A. 9 North St 

David street — house, 12 West Brighton 

crescent, Portobello 
Ballantine & Allan, house-painters, glass- 

stainers. and japanners, 42 George street 
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Ball an tine, J. & Co. saddlers, 13 Lothian road 
Ballantine, Robert, confect. 83 St Leonard st. 
Ballantyne & Co. printers, Paul's Work 
Ballantyne, James, baker, 42 Clerk street — 

house, I Rankeillor street 
Ballantyne, James, 31 Clerk street 
Ballantyne, J. stationer and bookseller, 49 

Bernard street — bouse, 5 Summerfield 
Ballantyne, J. A. {B. $' Co.) 6 Lauriston lane 
Ballantyne, John, historical and portrait 

painter, A.R.S.A. 6 Abercromby place 
Ballantyne, Robert M. 6 Abercromby place 
Ballantyne, Mrs Wm. 19 Broughton place 
Ballantyne, Misses, dressmakers, 55 India pi. 
Balleny, John, Bainfield, Queensferry road. 
Balleny, W. superintendent of the Edinburgh 

Cemetery, 3 Warriston crescent 
Balleny, Miss, 57 Albany street 
Balleny, Miss, corset maker, 1 1 Market pi. 
Ballingall, James, provision deal. 71 Kirkgate 
Balls, James, hotel keeper, 83 Princes street 
Balmain, James, 4 East Adam street 
Balraain, Miss, dressmaker, 219 High street 
Balmain, Misses, milliners, &c. 21 Charlotte 

street, Leith 
Balmer, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 10 Jamaica street 
Bank of Deposit, 2-b St Andrew square — 

Millar and Millar, local managers 
Bank of London, & Anchor Assurance Co. — 

Leith agency, James Cochrane, 3 Mitchell 

street 
Bank of Scotland, Bank st. — Branch, 36 

Constitution St., Leith, Tho. Jones, and 

George B. M. Wyre, agents 
Banks, Alex. jun. bookbinder and stationer, 

29 North Bridge— ho. 22 St Patrick sq. 
Banks, George, boot and shoe manufacturer, 

37 South Bridge. 
Banks, Henry, merchant tailor, 22 Duke st. 
Banks, John, die & stamp cutter, 59 S. bridge 
Banks, Peter S., S.S.C. 19 Mansionbouse road 
Banks, Robert, grocer, 59 Pleasance, and 139 

Kirkgate, Leith 
Banks, Wm. & Sons, engravers, printers, and 

lithographers, 26 Waterloo place 
Banks, Miss Elizabeth, 7 Broughton place 
Banks, Misses, 3 Mayfield loan 
Bannatyne Club — David Laing, secretary, 

Signet Library 
Bannatyne, Peter {National Bank), 3 South 

Fort street, Leith 
Banner & Co. tea and coffee merchants, 4 

Victoria terrace 
Bannerman & Co., clothiers and drapers, 

8 Union street 
Bannerman, Jas., D.D. professor of divinity, 

New College, 7 Clarendon crescent 
Bannerman, Mrs George, 6 Leopold place 
Bannerman, Mrs, 14 luverleith row 
Bannerman, Miss, embroiderer, 4 North St 

James' street 
Bannerman, Miss Euphemia, Remnant Ware- 
house, 50 Lothian street 



Baptie, John, carpenter and house agent, 30 
Earl Grey street 

Barber, Mrs, grocer, 21 Barony street 

Barbour, A., photographer, 47 Whitfield pi. 
Leith walk 

Barbour, George F., of Bonskeid, 11 Geo. sq. 

Barbour, Mrs Geo. 17 Gardner's crescent 

Rarclay, Davidson, bat-ket maker, toy and 
fancy warehouse, 71 North Hanover street 

Barclay, George, hat and cap manufacturer, 
72 Adam Square 

Barclay, George, provision merchant, 131 
Canongate 

Barclay, Geo. (Berry, Henderson, <b Co.), 1 
Carlton terrace 

Barclay, Lieut. -Col. 14 Coates crescent 

Barclay, John, Helena cottage, Sciennes hill 

Barclay John, teacher, Duncan place, Leith 

Barclay, William C. painter and gilder, 2 
Roxburgh place — ho. 13 Drummond street 

Barclay, William, wright and undertaker, 18 
Potterrow — house, 23 

Barclay, William, umbrella maker, G9 East 
Crosscausey 

Barclay, Mrs A. D. 5 Cassells' place 

Barker and Forbes, tailors and clothiers, 32 
South bridge 

Barker, Bernard, clothes broker, 139 Cowgate 

Barker, B. auctioneer and commission agent, 
44 N. Hanover street 

Barker, Patrick, furniture dealer, 172 Cowgate 

Barker, Thos. 29 Britto street 

Barland, John Watling, surgeon, accoucheur, 
chemist and druggist, 45 Home street 

Barlas, James, secretary, Scottish Union In- 
surance Co. Newbattle terrace 

Barlas, Robert, land valuator, 80 Gilmour pi. 

Barlow, Mrs, Clifton bank, Grange road 

Barnes, Edward {Legacy Duty Office), 11 
Brandon street 

Barnetson, Alex. (Lieut. H. P.), 26 Clarence st. 

Barnett, Francis, glass-stainer, 99 Constitu- 
tion street, Leith 

Barnett, John, watchmaker and jeweller, 1 
St James' square 

Barony of Broughton Lodge of Free Garde- 
ners, Strangers' Friend Society Hall, High 
street— J. Ker, 21 Leith street, R.W.M. 
— A. Miller, 1 Forth street, treasurer 

Barr, Alex. & Co. vinegar distillers 12 S. 
Niddry street. 

Barr, Wm. grocer, 30 Cowgate 

Barr, Miss A., dressmaker and milliner, 132 
Canongate 

Barrie, Andrew, jeweller, clock and watch- 
maker {late Whitelaw fy B.), 24 Princes st. — 
house, 10 Duncan street 

Barrie, David, mason & pavement merchant, 
Scotland street Station 

Barrie, Geo. gro. and sp. dealer, 44 Giles st. 

Barron, John, accountant and depute clerk of 
teinds, 45 Queeu street 

Barron, Mrs, 9 Mansfield place 



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Barron, Mrs Margaret, Wight's place 
Barrowman, Mrs, 19 St Patrick square 
Barrowman, Mrs 17 Keir street 
Barry, Major (Royal Engineers), Melbourn 

cottage, Sciennes 
Barry's British hotel, 70 Queen street 
Barry Brothers, rag, skin & feather merchts., 

4 Back of Vaults, Leith — ho. 68 Giles St. 
Barry, Mrs, 7 Warriston crescent 
Barstow, Charles M., C.A., — office, 30-a, 

house, 32 India street 
Bartholomew & Law {late Metcalf Sr Co.), 
milliners and dressmakers, 29 Queen street 
Bartholomew, George, engraver, 20 Hadding- 
ton place 
Bartholomew, John, engraver, 4-a North br. 

— house, Grangebank 
Bartholomew, John, junr. map draughts- 
man and engraver, 4-a North bridge — 
house, 10 Comely Green place 
Barton, Daniel, 14 Clarendon crescent 
Barton, John, 6 Saunders street 
Barton, William, plumber and gasfitter, 30 

Candlemaker row 
Bartram, James, bootmaker, 114Nicolson st. 
Barty, Margaret, 30 Hamilton place 
Bathgate, Geo. T., secretary, Scottish Trade 
Protection Society, 8 and 1 1 Bank st. — ho. 
2 Craigie terrace 
Bathgate, Miss, Merchant Maiden Hospital 
Baths, Public, 12 Nicolson square — David 

Little, manager 
Bauchope, John, teacher, 19 Gayfield square 
Baxter, Edmund, W.S. 9 Rutland square 
Baxter, David, 12 Buccleuch place 
Baxter, James C, S.S.C., 7 Howe street 
Baxter, John, printer, 6 James' court, and 13 
North Bank street — house, 5 Lutton place 
Baxter, John, wine merchant, 6 W. Adam st. 
Baxter, John, 3 East Broughton place 
Baxter, Peter, S.S.G., 51 N. Hanover street 
Baxter, Wm. clubmaster, 14 Queen street 
Baxter, M. victual dealer, 253 Canongate 
Baxter, Miss, dressmaker, 6'1 Frederick street 
Bayley, Isaac, S.S.C. (M'Ritchie, B., 8f Hen- 
derson), 13 Regent terrace 
Bayliss, George, lodgings, 39 Charlotte square 
Bayne, A. &G., bookbinders, 413 Lawnmarket 
Bayne, Alexander, Solway cottage, Dick pi., 

Grange 
Bayne, Brothers, tailors & clothiers, 8 Romilly 

place 
Bayne, Charles, fruiterer, 5 N. St Andrew st. 
Bayne, Christopher, boot and shoe maker, 46 

Leith street — ho. 4 Calton hill 
Bayne, James, S.S.C. 99 George street 
Bayne, Jas. spirit dealer, 7 Hanover street 
Bayne, John {Boyd fy B.), 29 Rose street 
Bayne, Peter, 13 Rutland square 
Bayne, Mrs, 32 Dundas street 
Bayne, Miss Lilias, 7 Rankeillor street 
Bearup, Geo. grocer & spirit merchant, 45 St 
Andrew st. Leith — ho. 47 Junction st. 



Beath, A. 8 Glover street 

Beaton, A. dyer and renovator, 3 Nelson St. 

Beaton, Dun. grocer and spirit merchant, 6 

Cowgate 
Beaton, Hugh, coal mercht. 8 Fountainbridge 
Beaton, John, grocer and provision merchant, 

134 Nicolson street 
Beatson, David, mercht. Madeira st. Leith 
Beatson, David (session- clerk for the city), 

City Chambers, and Registrar of Births, 

&c. for the district of St Giles 
Beatson, Miss, 4 Mary place 
Beattie, Alex. Star hotel, 36 Princes street 
Beattie, Adam, ( William Beattie & Sons, 

builders) Lauriston villa, Lauriston place 
Beattie, Adam, millmaster, 2 Huntly street 
Beattie, George ( W. B. <§• Sons), 5 Lothian 

road 
Beattie, John M. warehouseman, 1 Farring- 

ton place 
Beattie, Wm. and Sons, builders and wood 

merchants, 21 Bread st. and 15 Fountain- 
bridge 
Beattie, W. ( W. B. Sf-Sons), Lauriston gardens 
Beattie, Mrs, 58 Queen street 
Beck, Miss Jemima, 5 Stafford street 
Beda, Eschricht, & Co. ship brokers and 

merchants, 10 Dock place 
Beda, A. W. Prussian vice-consul, 10 Dock 

place — house, 4 Queen's place 
Beddie, George, agent, 104 High street 
Bedford, Frederick William, LL.D., house 

governor, George Heriot's hospital 
Beenie, Mrs Andrew, 2 Drummond street 
Begbie, Alex, shoemaker, 7 Infirmary street 
Begbie, Jas., M.D. physician, 14 S. Charlotte 

street — house, Meggetland house 
Begbie, J. Warburton, M.D. 21 Alva street 
Begbie, John, cowfeeder, 48 Crosscausey, and 

147 High street 
Begbie, Peter, 8 Dewar place 
Begbie, Peter, coal merchant, 43 Charlotte 

street, Leith — house, 31 Coatfield lane 
Begbie, Colonel Thomas Stirling, 42 Castle st. 
Begbie, W. M. rector, 4 N.-E. Circus place 
Begbie, W. 35 Scotland street 
Begbie, Mrs, 5 Roxburgh place 
Begbie, Mrs, 137 Canongate 
Begbie, Miss, 4 Graham street 
Begg,Rev.J.,D.D. Newington manse, Grange 
Begrie, Mrs I. grocer, 73 St Leonard street 
Beilby, Geo. Thos., M.D. surgeon, Falcon 

cottage, Morningside 
Beilby, Mrs, 7 Randolph cliff 
Beith, Donald (Murray &r Beith), 50 Castle st. 
Belford, Colin G. 5 Dundas street 
Belfrage, William, writer, 49 Queen street- 
house, 2 Stewart street, Piershill 
Belfrage, W. hosier, glover, shirt-maker, and 

ladies' outfitter, 81 George st.— house, 73 
Belfrage, Mrs, 1 8 Nelson street 
Beljame, Monsieur, B.A.Paris, French master, 

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Bell & Bradfute, booksellers, 12 Bank street 
Bell and Menzies, architects and surveyors, 

25 St Patrick square 
Bell & Co. boot and shoe makers, 33 South 

bridge 
Bell & Dodds, shoemakers, 12 Victoria st. 
Bell & M'Lean, W.S. 5 Hill street 
Bell, Rannie, and Co. wine merchants, 62 

Constitution street, Leith 
Bell, A. & Son, ironmongers, 98 Princes st. 

—house, 22 Rutland square 
Bell, Alex. Melville, prof, of elocution and 

vocal physiology, for the removal of stam- 
mering, &c. 13 South Charlotte street, and 

Milton Cottage, Trinity. — See Adv. 
Bell, Alex. M., W.S. 11 Royal circus 
Bell, Alex. 13 Raeburn place 
Bell, Andrew B. advocate, 20 Great King st. 
Bell, Archibald, bookbinder, 40 East Rose 

street lane — house, 17 Rose street 
Bell, Benj. surg. F.R.C.S. 8 Shandwick pi. 
Bell, Benj. R. advocate, sheriff of Banff, 

Elgin, and Nairn, 5 Rutland square 
Bell, Charles, M.D. physician and accoucheur, 

4 Heriot row 
Bell, David, 14 Cumberland street 
Bell, G. Graham, advocate, 43 Melville st. 
Bell, G. Hamilton, F.R.C.S. 13 Charlotte sq. 
Bell, Geo., M.D., 16 Alva street 
Bell, Geo. (Jas. Bell 6f Co.), 1 Queen's pi. 

Leith walk 
Bell, James & Son, bell hangers and Venetian 

window-blind makers, 16a S. St Andrew st. 
Bell, J. A. architect, 69 York place 
Bell, James & Co. wine merchants and corn 

factors, 50 Bernard street, Leith 
Bell, James, clock and machine maker, 59 

Leith wynd 
Bell, J. Montgomerie, advocate, and sheriff 

of Kincardineshire, 4 Forres street 
Bell, James, S.S.C. 25 York place 
Bell, James (B. $ S.), 22 Calton hill 
Bell, John B. writing-master, and teacher of 

arithmetic and book-keeping, 36 George 

street — house, Lauder road, Grange 
Bell, John, writer, 23 Cheyne street 
Bell, John Beatson, W.S. Agent for Church 

of Scotland, 5 Hill street — house, 20 Great 

King street 
Bell, John (Burns eO Bell), 1 1 Bank street 
Bell, Peter, 41 Gilmour place 
Bell, P. smith and ironmonger, 9 North-west 

Circus place 
Bell, Peter, builder, Patison street — house 

6 Couper st 
Bell, Peter, smith, N.-W. Thistle street lane 

— house, 25 Thistle street 
Bell, Robert, advocate, and sheriff of Ber- 
wickshire, 15 Great Stuart street 
Bell, Robert C, historical & portrait engraver, 

3 Summerhall place 
Bell, Robert F. & Son, corn factors and^manure 
merchants, 5 Union place 



Bell, Robert, wright, 25 Potterrow— house 48 
Bell, Thomas, smith, Broughton market— ho. 

34 Barony street 
Bell, Thos. 2 Deane street 
Bell, Walter (Stewart <V B.\ 3 Wallace place 
Bell, Walter & Son, slaters and chimney- 
sweepers, and smoke curers, 9 Queensferry 

street lane — house, 3 Wallace place 
Bell, William H. assistant clerk of Session, 10 

West Maitland street 
Bell, William, Old Broughton 
Bell, Wm., S.S.C. and notary- public, 19 

Elder street 
Bell, W., power-loom sacking manufacturer, 

Whitfield place, Leith walk 
Bell, William, sacking and rope warehouse, 

89 West bow 
Bell, William, stock and share broker,2 North 

St David street — ho. 4 Lynedoch place 
Bell, William, blacksmith, 29 St Leonard st. 
Bell, W. bootcloser, 3 N. St James' street 
Bell, Mrs Adam, Larkfield, Trinity 
Bell, Mrs Dandeson Coates, 7 Darnaway st. 
Bell, Mrs Robert, 30 Royal circus 
Bell, Mrs, 43 East Claremont street 
Bell, Mrs, 16 Alva st 
Bell, Mrs, 22 Forth street 
Bell, Mrs, shoe warehouse, 14 Hanover street 
Bell, Mrs, 6 Dean terrace 
Bell, Miss, 2 Barony street 
Bell, Miss Grace H., Greenhill park 
Bell, Miss Jane, dressmaker, 22 Calton hill 
Bell, Miss J., milliner and dressmaker, 3 

Wallace place 
Belman, Michael, agent, Clydesdale Bank 

Branch, 13 George street. 
Bendzulla, Hermann, tailor and clothier, 48 

West Register street 
Benevolent and Stranger's Friend Society, 

84 High street— Robt. Anderson, treasurer 
Benham, John (Attending Boatman, Inchkeith), 

Granton pier 
Benhar Colliery Office, Haymarket station — 

C. Brown, agent. — See Adv. 
Benholme, Hon. Lord, 76 Great King street 
Bennet, Archibald, sec. Bank of Scotland, 

8 Eton terrace 
Bennet, D. lace merchant, 11 and 13 North 

bridge, and 44 Leith street 
Bennet, Forrest, woollen draper, hosier^ and 

hatter, 96 Kirkgate, Leith 
Bennet, J., carrier, Commercial place — house, 

Albany cottage, Leith 
Bennet, James, corn -factor and emigration 
agent, 57 New Buildings, North bridge — 
house, 5 Hope street, Cassels' place 
Bennet, Mrs Lindsay, Parkside house 
Bennet, Ann and Maria, drapers, 138 Kirk- 
gate 
Bennet, Miss, 22 Scotland street 
Bennett, J. H., M.D. prof, of institutes of 
medicine and consulting physician, 1 Glen- 
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Bennett, Mrs, 7 Vanburgh place 
Bernard & Co., rectifiers, Leith Distillery 
Bernard, James A. distiller, 6 Atholl place 
Bernard, Thos. and Ja9. brewers, 71 North 

back of Canongate 
Bernard, Thomas (T. $ J. B.), 8 Leopold pi. 
Bernard, Mrs, Bonnington Bank 
Bernardes, Robert, boatbuilder, Newhaven 
Berry, Henderson, and Co. corn-factors, 127 

Constitution street 
Berry, Alexander, 22 Society 
Berry, Jas. glass and china rivetter, 30 W. 

Norton place 
Berry, James, saddler, 13 Bread street 
Berry, J. of Tayfield, advocate, 17 Lyndoch 

place 
Berry, Lawrence, plasterer, 3 Greenside row 
Berry, Robert and Alex, builders, 24 Society 
Berry, Robert, 13 Claremont crescent 
Berry, Thomas M. saddler, 11 Constitution 

street, Leith 
Berry, Walter, Seacot house, Seafield 
Berry, Mrs Wm. 36 Cumberland street 
Berry, Mrs, of Tayfield, 13 Claremont cresct. 
Bertram, George, millwright and engineer, 

12 West Sciennes street — house, Sciennes 

Hill house 
Bertram, Jas. engineer and millwright, An- 
derson's place, Leith walk 
Bertram, James G., 369 High street 
Bertram, John A. and Co. wine merchants, 

7 Quality street, Leith 
Bertram, John Archibald, 16 Leopold place 
Bertram, Mrs, Middlefield house 
Bertram, Miss, of Kerswell, 21 Rutland sq. 
Berwick, Alex, of Norton, 19 Regent terrace 
Berwick, William D. 50 Albany street 
Bethune, James A. baker, 66 Buccleuch st. 
Bethune, Mrs, 40 Melville street 
Beveridge & Drysdale, tailors and drapers, 

154 High st. 
Beveridge, A. & J. merchants and commission 

agents, 37 Charlotte street, Leith 
Beveridge, Alex. (A. $ J. B.) 9 James' place, 

Leith links 
Beveridge, David, tailor and clothier, 13 St 

James' square 
Beveridge, John, practitioner for synovial dis- 
eases, 30 London street 
Beveridge, P. S., S.S.C. 38 Bernard street 
Beveridge, Robert, baker, 54 London street 
Beveridge, William T. R. assistant clerk of 

session, 39 Dublin street 
Beveridge, Mrs Thomas Knox, 98 Lauriston 

place 
Beveridge, Mrs, 3 John's place, Leith 
Beveridge, Mrs Maria, spirit dealer, Bonning- 
ton bridge 
Bews & Rendall, commission agents, 42 

Quality street 
Bews, J. M. writer, 30 Rutland square 
Bews, Mrs Wm. lodgings, 35 Pdrig model 

buildings 



Bickerton, George {Edinburgh Institution), 

28 Torphichen street 
Biggar and Stockman, merchants, 70 Timber 

bush 
Biggar, John, house agent and undertaker, 16 

St Patrick square 
Biggar, John, architect, 1 1 Roxburgh street 
Biggar, Walter, 15 Claremont crescent 
Biggs, John, lodgings, 77, Rose street 
Bii.l-Chamber, Register house 
Billet-Master's Office, Police office, Leith 
Billing, William H., 22 Dean terrace 
Billing, William H., homoeopathic chemist, 

19 Castle street — See Adv. 
Binnie, John, spirit mercht. 330 Lawnmarket 
Binnie, Mrs, spirit dealer, 48 Grassmarket 
Binny, Graham, W.S. 9 Hart street 
Bird, Hen. grocer & spirit mer. 2 Leggat's 

land 
Bird, Thomas, milliner, 26 and 27 South 

bridge — house 3 Nicolson square 
Bird, Mrs, 7 India street 
Birkmyre, Rev. John, D.D. 4 Comely bank 
Birnie, Mrs Susan, ladies' nurse, 3 Jamaica 

street 
Birrel, Henry, wine and spirit merchant, 1 

Salisbury street — house, 2 Rankeillor p! . 
Birrel, Wm. cabinetmaker, 347 Cowgate 
Birrel, Mrs Catharine, 15 Buccleuch street 
Birrell, Mrs, 10 London street 
Bishop, J. B. engraver, 19 Union st. 
Bishop, Jas. coal merchant, 10 Port-Hopetoun 
Bishop, John, merchant, 3 Quality court, Leith 
Bishop, John, 74 S. Clerk street 
Bishop, John B. {Royal Bank of Scotland), 

1 7 Brunswick street, Hillside 
Bishop, J. grocer, 53 Hanover street — ho. 51 
Bishop, William, sheep and cattle salesman, 

7 Graham street 
Bishop, W. C. factor for Admiralty property, 

6 Annfield, Newhaven 
Bishop, Mrs, 46 Great King street 
Bishop, Mrs, 39 Albany street, Leith 
Bishop, Miss A. fruiterer, 76 S. Clerk street 
Bisset, Archibald, milliner and draper, 43 

Home street 
Bisset, George, smith and bellJianger, 161 

Rose street 
Bisset, James, builder, 20 Nelson street 
Bisset, John, 6 Gayfield square 
Bisset, Wemyss, painter & glazier, 11 Hill pi. 
Bisset, Wm. artist in hair, 92 Rose street 
Bisset, Miss Margaret, dressmaker, 12 South 

Castle street 
Black, Adam and Chas. booksellers, 6 North 

bridge 
Black, Adam, M.P. 38 Drummond place 
Black, A. and F. toy and fancy warehouse, 

37 South Hanover street 
Black, Alex., D.D.,16 Claremont crescent 
Black, Andrew, brushmaker, 30 St Andrew sq. 

— house, 15 Clyde street 
Black, D. M. & H., W.S. 21 St Andrew sq. 



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Black, David, tobacconist, 27 Princes street 

and 70 Leith st. — house, S Barony street 
Black, David, shoemaker, Hillhousefield 
Black, David Martin, W.S. 21 St Andrew sq. 
Black, Edward, surveyor, 48 N. Frederick st. 
Black, G , & J. Caw, messengers-at-arms and 

sheriff-officers, 23 St James' square 
Black, G. grocer, 9 Fox Lane, Leith 
Black, Geo. (B. §• Caw), 23 St James' 6q. 
Black, George, druggist, 3 East Pitt street 
Black, George, Lauder road 
Black, Henry, solicitor, 21 St Andrew square 
Black, Hugh (G.P.-O.) 2 Model buildings 
Black, Hugh, mason, 68 Cumberland street 
Black, James Tait (A. §■ C. Black), 9 Dun- 
das street 
Black, James, M.D., F.R.S.E., 2 George sq. 
Black, James, smith and machine maker, 80 

Potterrow 
Black, James, 30 Saxe-Coburg place 
Black, John (G.P.-O.) 2 New Broughton 
Black, John, paper-ruler, 132 High street 
Black, John, 19 India street 
Black, John, advocate, 37 Northumberland st. 
Black, John (Cay fy Black), 65- a George st. 
Biack, John, clothier, 13 S. Frederick street 
Black, John, H. M. inspector of schools, 37 

Frederick street 
Black, M. & M. tobacconists and news agents, 

17 South College street 
Black, Peter, joiner, Hillhousefield 
Black Star. Line of New York Packets, 2 

Dock gates — D. Smith, agent 
Black, William, 11 Baltic street, N. Leith 
Black, William, 11 Baltic street, North Leith 
Black, William, tea, wine, and spirit mer- 
chant, I Norton place — ho. 3 
Black, W. and J. clothiers and general out- 
fitters, 13 Commercial place, North Leith 
Black, W. (W. and J. Black), 14 Commercial 

Place, North Leith 
Black, William, 2 Hill place 
Black, Mrs, 4 Great King street 
Black, Mrs, 18 Danube street 
Black, Mrs, 6 Darnaway street 
Black, Miss A. lodgings, 13 Pitt street 
Black, Miss Isabella, 27 St Patrick square 
Black & Callender, Misses, boarding school, 

21 Forth street 
Black and Logan, dressm. 83 Great King st. 
Blackadder, Jas. 34 Abercromby place 
Bi.ackbraes Colliery office, 7 S. St David st. 
Blackburn, John Wm. bookseller, 4 Cheyne 

street 
Blackburn, Robert B. advocate, 9 Great 

Stuart street 
Blackburn, Mrs, 2 Forth street 
Blackball and Fox, grocers, 211 Canongate 
Blackhall & Scott, comb manufacturers, 21 

New street and 22 North bridge 
Blackball, Mrs James, 22 Upper Gray st. 
Blackie and Son, publishers and booksellers, 
5 South College street 



Blackie, George V. gardener, 7 Summerfield, 

Leith 
Blackie, John Stuart, professor of Greek, 43 

Castle street 
Blackie, J. 11. watchmaker, 36 Bridge street, 

Leith 
Blackie, John, tea, wine, and spirit inerch. 

3 S. College street — bouse, 13S Nicolson st. 
Blackie, Thos. macer, C. of Scs., 13 London 

street 
Blackwell, J. C. accountant, 1 Pilrig place 
Black well, Mrs R. Somerville cottage, Leith 

walk 
Blackwood, Alexander, shipmaster, 3 Fort 

street, Leith 
Blackwood, Jas., W.S. 6tock & share broker, 

19 St Andrew square 
Blackwood, John ( W. B. <§• Sons), 3 Ran- 
dolph crescent 
Blackwood, T. and J. silk mercers, 43 Geo. st. 
Blackwood, Major W. 2 Ainslie place 
Blackwood, William, and Sons, publishers and 

booksellers, 45 George street 
Black wood, W. & Sons, printers, 32 Thistle st. 
Blackwood, Wm. ( T. £- J. Blackwood), 5 

Clarendon crescent 
Blackwood, Mrs Robert, 5 Archibald place 
Blackwood, Miss, 14 Carlton street 
Blackwood, Miss, 1 Darnaway street 
Blackwood, Miss, 11 Cbiirlotte square 
Bladworth, Richd. wholesale ironmonger, 375 

High street 
Bladworth, Mrs William, 4 Ladyfield place 
Blaik, David, engraver, 34 North bridge 
Blaik, James, printer, 5 Heriot mount 
Blaikie, G. F. practical engineer, 3 Comely 

green place 
Blaikie, Jas. (Jas. B. and Sons), 1 St John st. 
Blaikie, Jas. j un. (Jas. B. Sf Son), 1 St John st. 
Blaikie, Thomas (J. G. Thomson and Co.), 

29 St Andrew street, Leith 
Blaikie, Wm. provision merchant, 1.5 Rose st. 
Blaikie, Rev. W. G., Pilrig manse, Pilrig st. 
Blaikie, Mrs Margt. 7 Windsor street 
Blaikie, Mrs, 36 Dublin street 
Blair, Allan (Gen. Post- Office), 17 Fettesrow 
Blair, C, commission agent, 67 Gilrnour place 
Blair, Hugh (Hunter, B., and Cowan), 15 

Randolph crescent 
Blair, Hugh, machine bootcloser, 34 North 

bridge 
Blair, James, drysalter, 40 Leith street 
Blair, J. dairyman and gardener, Cherry bank 
Blair, Patrick, advocate, 2 Nelson street 
Blair, Robert, Italian wareh. & confectioner, 

37 George street — bouse, 50 
Blair, T., spirit dealer, 62 Cumberland street 

lane 
Blair, Mrs F. Marionville, Merchiston 
Blair, Mrs Henry, Bonnington mills 
Blair, Mrs W. D. 10 Ann street 
Blair, Mrs, 13 Alva street 
Blair, Miss J. Hunter, 8 Torphichen street 



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Blair, Misses, 10 Ann street 
Blakemore, Joseph, commission agent, Vic- 
toria grove, St Leonard's street 
Blanc, George Le, 1 Queensferry street 
Blanc, Victor, importer of ladies' French 

boots and shoes, 69 George street 
Blane, William, grocer, 7 Buccleuch street 
Blanshard, Geo. (Raimes, Blanshards, $ Co.), 

15 Smith's place 
Blanshard, Thos. {Raimes, Blanshards, S; Co.), 

17 Smith's place 
Blanshard, Miss, 17 Smith's place 
Bleakley, John, boot and shoe maker, 141 

High street 
Bleakley, William A. boot and shoe maker, 

38 Tolbooth wynd, Leith 
Bloxsom, T. P. commission agent, 2 Morning- 
side place 
Blind Asylum, 58 and 38 Nicolson street- 
Sir Adam Hay, Bart., treasurer ; F. H. Car- 
ter, sec. ; Thomas Wallace, manager. 
Blind, School for the, 2 Gay field square— E. 

Sutherland, treasurer 
Blues, Wm., 4 South Gray street 
Blumenreich, Rev. John, teacher of Hebrew 

and German, 2 Greyfriars' place 
Blyth, Archd. spirit dealer, 65 Shore 
Blyth, Benj. Hall, civil engineer, 135 Geo. st. 

— house, Braeside, Whitehouse gardens 
Blyth, David, house agent, 4 East James 1 st. 
Blyth, Edward L.I. civil engineer, 135 George 

st. — ho. 36 Blacket place 
Blyth, H. 28 Greenhill gardens 
Blyth, Robert, officer of Customs, 15 Cannon 

street, North Leith 
Blyth, Mrs, 9 Bruntsfield place 
Blyth, Mrs E. 4 East James' street 
Blyth, Mrs Chas. lodgings, 10 Baker's place 
Blyth, Yule, & Co. Misses, milliners and 

dressmakers, 112 George street 
Blyth, Miss, 10 St Patrick square 
Boaden, Wm. shipmaster, 27 Albany street, 

Leith 
Boag, D., stoneware merchant, 30 Water lane 
Boag, J. R. wine merchant and family grocer, 

51 South Clerk street 
Boak, Allan, tanner, currier, & leather japan- 
ner, 25 and 59 West port — ho. 15 Gilmour 
place 
Boe, David, fruiterer, 22 S. Frederick street 
Boe, S. provision merchant, 4 Market st. — ho. 

13 High street 
Boggie, John, D.D. 16 Broughton place 
Bogie, James, smith, East Thistle street lane 
Bogie, Wm., M.D., 19 Blacket place 
Bogie, Miss, lace cleaner, 22 Rose street 
Bogle, Andrew, W.S., 22 Castle street— house, 

21 St Andrew square 
Bogle, Rev. Wm. teacher, Dr Bell's school, 

Greenside — house, 2 Union place, Trinity 
Bogue, Mrs, 16 Gardner's crescent 
Bogue, Miss, 16 Gardner's crescent 
Bolt, James, grocer, 32 Water lane 



Bolton and Co. ship-chandlers, painters, and 
paper Jiangers, 15, 16, and 17 Commercial pi. 

Bolton, David {Bolton and Co.), 5 Bank place 

Bolton, Mrs, 7 Corunna place, Leith 

Bonar, Rev. Andrew R. 3 St John street 

Bonar, Jas., W.S. {Tawse Sr B.), 15 York pi. 

Bonar, Rev. John, D.D., 17 York place 

Bonar, Thomson {Bank of Scotland), 96 Lau- 
riston place 

Bonar, Mrs, 15 Ann street 

Bonar, Misses, 15 Gay field square 

Bond, Col. Frederick, 2 Melville street 

Bone, Job, tailor, 7 W. Arthur place 

Bonnington Chemical Company,Bonnington 

Bonnar and Carfrae, painters, 29 Castle street 

Bonnar, David, 2 Crichton street 

Bonnar, Thos. (B. Sf Carfrae), 18 Dundasst. 

Bonnar, Thos. builder, Silver mills — house, 
28 Scotland street 

Bonnyman, Mrs, 2 Shrub place 

Boog, Rogers, & Co., saddlers and harness- 
makers {late Maxton, Boog, Sp Co.), 80 
Princes street 

Boog, John, saddler, {B. $• Rogers), 4 Hope st. 

Boog, William, 2 Atholl place 

Boog, Miss, 1 Annandale street 

Bookbinders' Benefit Society — John Rol- 
wegan (Messrs Currie & Lamb, 10 Hunter 
square), preses 

Bookless, John, joiner, 11 Little King street 

Booth, Wm. 20*Heiiot place 

Boreham, James, lodgings, 25 Cumberland st. 

Borland, Wm., general agent, 36 Rose street 
— house, 10 S. St James' street 

Borrowman, Wm. victual dealer, 86 St Mary's 
wynd 

Borthwick, Adam, shoem. 5 Henderson row 

Borthwick, Archibald, accountant, 5 North 
St David street — ho. 17 Rutland square 

Borthwick, David, chimney-sweep, 5 Green- 
side place 

Borthwick, Jas. 14 Claremont crescent 

Borthwick, James, chimney-sweep, 11 Green- 
side place 

Borthwick, John, 6 Hamburgh place 

Borthwick, Tho. accountant, 28 Rutland st. 

Borthwick, Walter, victual and spirit dealer, 
51 Fountainbridge 

Borthwick, W r m. ( W. fy J. B.), 3 Hamilton 
place, High riggs 

Borthwick, Mrs, 19 Great Stuart street 

Borthwick, Mrs, of Crookston, 11 Atholl cres. 

Boswell, Alex, brush, trunk, portmanteau, 
and bellows manufacturer, 8 South Hanover 
st. and 40 Nicolson st. — ho. 3 Hope park 

Boswell, Mrs Colonel, 1 Drummond place 

Botanic Gardens, Inverleith row 

Botanical Society, 6 York place 

Bouch, Thomas, civil engineer, chambers, 78 
George street — house, 6 Oxford terrace 

Bouchard, J. Spring gardens, Abbey hill 

Bough, Samuel, landscape painter, 5 Malta 
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Bourgois, Benoit, tavern, 25 Fleshmarket cl. 
Bow, James, baker, 6 N. College street 
Bow, Robt. H., C.E. 7 South Gray street 
Bow, Sirs Dr, 7 South Gray street 
Bow, Miss, 2 Gillespie street 
Bowack, Mrs Nicol, 6 Barony st. 
Bowden, Mrs, 33 St James' square 
Bowden, Mrs, 14 Bruntsfield place 
Bowe, James, merchant, 4 Bellevue ter. 
Bowe, Mrs Thomas, 4 Hermitage hill, Leith 
Bowe, Mrs William, 10 Wellington pi. Leith 
Bower, John, prov. dealer, 204 Canongate, 

and 23 South Richmond street 
Bower, Mrs M. 1 Rankeillor street 
Bowers, A. lodgings, 53 North Castle street 
Bowhill, Mrs, 2 Heriot row 
Bowie, Andrew F. 7 Pitt street, Bonnington 
Bowie, Hugh, bookbinder, 9 Carrubber's close 
Bowie, Henry, 57 Cumberland street 
Bowie, James, com. traveller, 34 Clerk street 
Bowie, J. T. {Reg. House) 39 Dublin street 
Bowie, M. and Co., wholesale tea and coffee 

merchts. 5 Blenheim place 
Bowie, Mathew [M. B.and Co.) 39 Dublin st. 
Bowie, Misses, muslin printers and embroi- 
derers, 68 Leith st. and 19 Waterloo pi. 
Bowlby, Mrs Capt. 7 Hamilton pi. Newington 
Bowton, John, confectioner, 3 Hamilton pi. 

Stockbridge 
Boyack, Benjamin, boot and shoe maker, 17 

Hill place 
Boyack, James, 15 Richmond place 
Boyce, Mrs John, spirit dealer, 13 Constitu- 
tion street, Leith 
Boyd, Bayne, & Co. fruiterers, 41 Princes st. 
Boyd, Aw. millwright, Flora ha', Grove road 
Boyd, G. W. & Co. printers, 13 North 

Bank street 
Boyd, J. {B. Bayne, 6f Co.), 4 E. Broughton 

place 
Boyd, James, cabinetmaker, 14 Scotland st. 
Boyd, James L., S.S.C. {Murdoch Sf B.) 

1 Smith's place 
Boyd, James, 25 Parkside street 
Boyd, John, upholsterer, undertaker, & ap- 
praiser, 2 York place 
Boyd, John, jun. 34 Albany street 
Boyd, Jn. {Oliver 8f B.), 27 Melville street 
Boyd, Samuel, mercht. tailor, 58 Shore, Leith 
Boyd, Thos. J. {Oliver §• B.), 11 Regent 

terrace 
Boyd, Thomson (Oliver §• 2?.), 14 Royal 

terrace 
Boyd, Major J. Waddell, staff-officer of pen- 
sioners, 27 Forth street 
Boyd, Rev. W. 6 Hamilton pi. Newington 
Boyd, Mrs Andrew, cook, 19 Jamaica street 
Boyd, Mrs, 16 London street 
Boyd, Mrs, register for servants, 16 Heriot 

place, Leith walk 
Boyd, Mrs, 1 Smith's place 
Boyd, Miss, 27 South Clerk street 
Boyd, Miss, 7 Scotland street 



Boy Ian, P. tailor & clothier, 15 St Mary's 

wynd, and 98 High street 
Boyle, Archibald T. advocate, 124 George st. 
Boyle, James, tailor, 10 Heriot buildings 
Boyle, Rev. Joseph, 5 Hope terrace 
Boyle, Janet, straw hat rnkr. 10 Heriot builds. 
Boyle, Mrs Edward, midwife and medical 

botanist, 58 and 60 Broughton street 
Boyle, Mrs, 8 Pitt street 
Boyle, Mrs, staymaker, 21 Bank st. — house 4 
Boyne, Alex, spirit dealer, 17 Sandport st. 
Bracewell, Miss, dressmaker, 23 Canongate 
Bradbrook, Richard, grocer, Newhaven 
Bradshaw, John, stationer and general ware- 
houseman, 8 St Patrick sq. 
Brady, Thomas, spirit merchant, 127 Grass- 
market 
Braid, Andrew, 21 St Andrew square 
Braid, Wm. victual-dealer, 6 Arthur street 
Braid, Wm. accountant, 21 St Andrew sq. 
Braids, Miss, 4 Rankeillor street 
Braid wood, James, bookseller, 26 George street 
Braidwood, James, tailor, 12 N.-W. Circus 

place 
Braidwood, Jas. wholes. & ret. tea & cof. deal, 
and grocer, 1 Sandport street, Leith— ho. 11 
Bonnington place 
Braidwood, William ( W. $• B.), 46 Home St. 
Braidwood, Misses, 6 Comely Green place 
Brand, Andrew, music teacher, 1 Paterson's 

court 
Brand, David, spirit dealer, 31 William st. 
Brand, Wm., W.S. sec. Union Bk. 5 Nor- 
thumberland street 
Brands, Miss, dressmaker, 22 Broughton street 
Brander, James, bootmaker, 4 No. St Andrew 

street 
Brander, William, tinsmith and gasfitter, 13 

Canning place 
Brash, Alex, grocer, 24 Yardheads, Leith 
Brash, David, wine and spirit mercht. 18 Coal- 
hill, Leith — house, 32 Giles' street 
Brash, Peter, 10 Eastfield, Leith 
Brash, Thomas, boot and shoemaker, 10 West 
Nicolson street — house, 33 Richmond place 
Brash, Wm. grocer & spt. -dealer, 210 Canongt. 
Brashe, Miss, dressmaker, 3 Young street 
Brebner, Alan, civil engineer, 7 Comely 

Green place 
Bremner, D. writer, 7 Hill square 
Bremner, Ebenezer, accountant {M'Niven &■• 
Cameron) 10 Rosebank, Gardners' crescent 
Bremner, Hugh, W.S., 26 Greenhill gardens 
Bremner, Wilhelm, tailor and clothier, 18 

Blair street 
Bremner, Mrs, 3 Castle street 
Brewster, Alex, provision dlr. 216 Cowgate 
Brickmann, F. J., 19 Commercial place, Leith 
Bridges, Archibald (H. M. C.) 71 St Andrew 

street, Leith 
Bridges, Jas., W.S. 10 Hanover street— ho, 

Belfield house, Musselburgh 
Bridges, Mrs, 2 Bowling Green street 



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Bridgeford, D. F., S.S.C. (Macqueen fr B.) 26 

Torphichen street 
Bridges, Mrs, 27 Dundas street 
Briers, William, baker, 25 Thistle street 
Briggs, David, R.N. 6 Duke street 
Brims, Andw. & Son, bootmakers, 61 Brough- 

toa street 
Briogloe, Hugh S., D.C.S. 25 Stafford street 
Britannia Life Assur. Co — Hugh Ross, 

W.S. agent, 7 Pitt street.— See Adv. 
British Empire Mutual Fire and Life As- 
surance Co. 21 Elder st. — John Robertson, 

junr. S.S.C. agent. 
British Equitable Assur. and Investments 

Cos. 72 Princes st. — W. Lambert, agent 
British Equitable Assur. Co. — Wm, Thom- 
son, agent, 8 Elder street 
British Guarantee Association — R. E. Scott, 

C.A., manager, 127 Princes st. — See Adv. 
British League of Juvenile Abstainers — office, 

East Assembly lane, 53 Rose street — Geo. 

M'Gibbon, clerk 
British Linen Company Bank, 38 St 

Andrew square — Branches, 45 S. Cierk 

street, Edinburgh, aud 4S Bernard street, 

Leith 
British Wine "Works, Laverock bank 
Brittie, William, 10 East Adam street 
Broadfoot, John & Son, Australian merchants, 

agents, and ship insurance brokers, 16 

Assembly street, Leith 
Brockie, William, baker, 18 Greenside street 

— house, 12 Broughton street 
Brockie, Miss, 51 Frederick street 
Brodies & Kennedy, W.S. 59 Xorthumbland 

street 
Brodie, T. & H., house painters, 19 Green- 
side place — house, 18 
Brodie, Alexander, 9 Saxe Coburg place 
Brodie, George, advocate. 20 Northumberland 

street 
Brodie, John, engraver, 21 South College st. 
Brodie, John C, W.S. {Gibson- Craigs, Dal- 

ziel, § Brodie,), 26 Moray place 
Brodie, John, W.S. 1 Melville crescent 
Brodie, Nin., shoemaker, -1 Charles street 
Brodie, Lieut.- Col. Thomas, 27 Greenhill 

gardens 
Brodie, Wm. sculptor, R.S.A-, 7 Coates place 

— house, 4 Torphichen street 
Brodie, William {R. White and Co.), 6t 

Broughton street 
Brodie, William, printer, 50 N. Richmond st. 
Brodie, Miss, 10 Hart street 
Brodie, Miss, 28 Stafford street 
Brody, C. M., Bellevue lodge, Blacket place 
Brolochan, Andrew, 11 Melbourne place 
Brolochau, George, 4 Brown's place 
Brook, William, Ratcliffe place, Causejside 
Brooks, Abrm. spirit merchant, 37 Rose st — 

ho. 3 Young street 
Brooks, Misses, 41 Great King street 
Brooks, Miss Jessie, 8 Nicolson square 



Brotchie, Rob. & Co. wholesale tea and coffee 

merchants, 8 & 9 Mitchell street, Leith 
Brotchie, Robert {of R. B. $■ Co.), 5 John's 

place, Leith 
Brotherston, Geo. dairyman, 269 Canongate 
Brotherston, Wm. weigher, St Leonard's depot 
Brotherston, Wm., boot and shoe maker, 36 

Buccleuch street 
Brough, Wm. grocer and spirit dealer, 1 Mor- 
rison street — house, 2 
Brougham, Mrs, 51 George square 
Broughton, Mrs Major, 21 Inverleith row 
Broun, Archd. advocate, 40 Drummond place 
Brouneau, Mon., teacher of dancing, and 

calisthenics, 61 Queen street 
Brouneau, Madame, teacher of calisthenics, 

61 Queen Street 
Brown & Jamieson, house joiners, car- 
penters, and undertakers, Hope street lane 
Brown and Morrison, wine merchants, 24 

Frederick street 
Browns & Pearson, accountants, 1 28 George st. 
Brown and Tregilgas, clothiers and tailors, 

56 New buildings 
Brown & Wardrop, architects, 19 St Andrew 

square 
Brown, A. bookseller and binder, 13 South 

College street 
Brown, Adam, 13 East Adam street 
Brown, Alex, solicitor and N.P. 12 Royal 

Exchange — ho. 13 Bank street 
Brown, Alex, grocer, wine and spirit mercht. 

33 Pitt street — house, 19 
Brown, Alexander, grocer and spirit mer- 
chant, 6 Jamaica street 
Brown, Alex, grocer and commission agent, 

3 Fvfe place — ho. 3 Pilrig place 
Brown, Alex. Maryviile, Blackford road 
Brown, Alex. 42 Cumberland street 
Brown, Alex. 20 Pitt street 
Brown, Rev. Alex. W. Dean Bank lodge 
Brown, Andrew, tailor, 24 Rose street 
Brown, A. B. furniture warehouse, 59 Han- 
over street 
Brown, Rev. Archd. 75 Adam square 
Brown, Chas. clock and watch maker, 4 Bristo 

street — ho. 3 Salisbury square 
Brown, Chas. coal merchant, 3 Haymarket 

— house, 9 Portland place 
Brown, Charles, painter, glazier, &c. 15 

Lothian street 
Brown, Charles H. 5 South College street 
Brown, Rev. Chas. John, 39 George square 
Brown, Charles, wright, 24 Wright's houses 
Brown, D. water officer, 6 N. Sc James' st. 
Brown, David, writer, 72 Northumberland 

street 
Brown, David, house j >iner, 1 Leith walk 
Brown, David {B. §■ T.), 54 Rankeillor st. 
Brown, David, grocer, &c. 29 Clerk street — 

house, 31 
Brown, David J. baker, 55 Cierk street, and 
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Brown, D. R., chemist and druggist, 1 St 

John street 
Brown, F. French teacher, 26 Frederick st. 
Brown, Geo. timher merch. 26 Horse wynd — 

house, 30 
Brown, G-, baker, 7 Rose st. & 207 High St., 

& 63 Nicolson st. — ho., 4 St Andrew's sq. 
Brown, Bev. George, 9 Minto street 
Brown, George, baker and confectioner, 13 

Broughton street 
Brown, George, cabinetmaker and upholsterer, 

167 Eose street 
Brown, Geo. Gordon, County Fiscal's Office, 

County Buildings — house, 8 Kerr street 
Brown, Geo. blacksmith, 9 Citadel, Leith 
Brown, Henry, merchant and commission 

agent, 100 Grass market — ho. 2 Mound pi. 
Brown, Hugh, crystal & Staffordshire ware- 
house, 5 Low Market street 
Brown, Hugh, tanner, currier, and leather 

merchant, Gulland's close, 264 Canongate — 

house, 2 St John's hill 
Brown, Hugh, bookseller, 111 Nicolson street 
Brown, J. Williams, 3 Great King street 
Brown, J. M'Kerrell, 34 Ann street 
Brown, J. 26 Dundas street 
Brown, James, smith, 65 Fountainbridge 
Brown, James, draper, 16 Tolbooth wynd — 

house, 2 Wellington place 
Brown, James, buoymaster, Northern Lights, 

2 Portland terrace 
Brown, James, 4 Charlotte square 
Brown, James A. 4 Charlotte square 
Brown, James, cut-glass manufacturer, dealer 

in china and stoneware, 43 London street 
Brown, James, ham shop, 72 Leith street 
Brown, James, dealer in watches & jewellery, 

71 St Mary's wynd 
Brown, James, spirit merchant, 16 and 17 St 

Andrew street, Leith 
Brown, James, Justice of Peace officer, 1 

Dundas street 
Brown, James, com. traveller, 37 Albany st., 

Leith 
Brown, James, musicseller, 11 Lutton place 
Brown, John, goods superintendent, E. P. §■ 

D. Railway, Bridge place, Bonnington 
Brown, John, house carpenter, St Cuthbert's 

lane — house, Mary villa 
Brown, John F. teacher, 7 Upper Gray st. 
1 Brown, John O. artist and designer, 18 St 

James' square 
r Brown, Rev. J. E. 24 Albany street, Leith 
) Brown, John (J. B. §• Co.), 25 George street 
| Brown, John, drysaltery and general ware- 
house, 2 East Adam street 
Brown, John, 25 India street 
Brown, John, W.S. County rooms — house, 2 

Gayfield place 
I Brown, John, fish salesman and commission 

agent, 16 Lothian street 
Brown, John, grocer and wine merchant, 136 
Nicolson street— house, 70 Buccleuch pi. 



Brown, John, shoemaker, 123 Nicolson st. 
Brown, John C. landscape painter, Viewforth 

cottage, Leith 
Brown, John, agent, 1 Giles street, Leith 
Brown, John Crombie, 46 South Clerk street 
Brown, John, grocer and wirje merchant, 1G 

St Anthony place — house, 1 Grove street 
Brown, John, M.D., F.R.C.P. 23 Rutland 

street 
Brown, John, and Co. bootmakers to her Ma- 
jesty for Scotland, 34 Princes street 
Brown, John, butcher, 7 Shrub place 
Brown, John, 6 Union place 
Brown, Joseph {Brown # Morrison), 3 

Arniston place 
Brown, Lieut.- Col. 29 Cumberland street 
Brown, Matthew, cabinetmaker, 31 and 51 

St Leonard street 
Brown, Peter, Corn Exchange hotel, 23 Grass- 
market 
Brown's Phcenix Temperance hotel, 11 South 

St Andrew street 
Brown, Richard, 5 George place 
Brown, Robert, linen manuf. Water of Leith 
Brown, Robert, coal merchant, 1 St Leonard's 

depot, 3 Haymarket, and Spittalfield house 

— house, St Leonard street 
Brown, Robert, of Firth, 29 George square 
Brown, Robert, architect, 24 Fettes row 
Brown, Robt. grocer and wine merchant, 1 

Duke street, Leith — ho. 74 Constitution st. 
Brown, Robert, teacher, Dean path 
Brown, Robert, commercial accountant and 

house agent, 5 Union street 
Brown, Robert, vviiter, 31 Cheyne street 
Brown, Robt. house painter, 14 Bedford st. 
Brown, Robert, 23 Upper Gray street 
Brown, Robt. grocer and provision merchant, 

76 Shore, Leith 
Brown, Robert, draper, 37 London street 
Brown, Robert, grocer and provision merchant, 

170 Pleasance 
Brown, Robert Hope, Spittalfield house, St 

Leonard's street 
Brown, Robert, 34 Buccleuch place 
Brown, Robert, 3 Downie place 
Brown, Stuart, 21 Ann street 
Brown, Capt. T., Mayfield cottage 
Brown, Rev. Thomas, 8 Comely bank 
Brown, Thomas, wright, Poplar lane, Leith 
Brown, Thomas, advocate, 8 Albyn place 
Brown, Thomas, writer, 10 Torphichen street 
Brown, Thomas J. 18 Clarence street 
Brown, Thomas, engraver, 15 Clerk street 
Brown, Thos. artist, and teacher of drawing, 

41 Queen street 
Brown, Thomas, wright, 6 Poplar lane — ho. 

1 Primrose street 
Brown, Thomas {B. and Wardrop), 27 Royal 

terrace 
Brown, Thomas, Edinr. Gas Co. 13 New st. 
Brown, Thomas, 18 St Vincent street 
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Brown, Walter, secretary National Insurance 

Company, Blackford road 
Brown, W« & T., wood merchants, Montgo- 
mery street — house, 3 Mansfield place 
Brown, William, smith, Brown's place, Leith 
Brown, Wm. A. hairdresser, 52— house, 25 

Bridge street 
Brown, William, hosier, glover, and shirt 

merchant, 43 Leith street and 43 North 

Bridge street — house, 7 Annandale street 
Brown, W. provision dealer, 138 Rose street 
Brown, Wm. fruiterer, 5 So. Hanover street — 

house, 50 George street 
Brown, Wm. (B. & Jamieson) 31 Stafford st. 
Brown, William, provision merchant, 5 

Barony street 
Brown, William, 26 High Calton 
Brown, Wm. surgeon, F.R.C.S. 25 Dublin 

street 
Brown, William, shipmaster, 39 Albany Bt. 

Leith 
Brown, Wm. Sciennes hill cottage 
Brown, William, 19 Salisbury st. 
Brown, Wm. teacher, Arthur street Academy 
Brown, William, R.N., 24 Blacket place 
Brown, Lady, 11 Seafield 
Brown, Mrs Abram, 8 Malta terrace 
Brown, Mrs Alexander, 2 Salisbury 6treet 
Brown, Mrs Dr, 20 Howard place 
Brown, Mrs D. 31 Clerk street 
Brown, Mrs Elizabeth, Spring gardens 
Brown, Mrs G. B. 19 West Preston street 
Brown, Mrs Helen, dairy, 72 E. Crosscausey 
Brown, Mrs Isabella, 4 St James' square 
Brown, Mrs James, 4 Rankeillor street 
Brown, Mrs Janet, 4 Hill place 
Brown, Mrs James, 20 Dublin street 
Brown, Mrs P. midwife and ladies' nurse, 1 

West Richmond street 
Brown, Mrs Robert, 10 Middleby street 
Brown, Mrs, Bellevue, Trinity 
Brown, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 30 Buccleuch st. 
Brown, Mrs, 65 York place 
Brown, Mrs, 30 Rutland square 
Brown, Mrs, lodgings, 13 Brown street 
Brown, Mrs, baker, 98 Canongate, and 18 

High street 
Brown, Mrs, grocer, 1 East Sciennes street 
Brown, Miss Agnes, French corset maker, 

1 Rutland street 
Brown, Miss Anne, 5 Greenhill gardens 
Brown, Miss E. C. 5 Atholl place 
Brown, Miss E. dressmaker, 7 Duke street 
Brown, Miss Isobella, Arthur lodge 
Brown, Miss Marion, 3 Meadow place 
Brown, Miss Mary, dressmaker and milliner, 

15 London street 
Brown, Miss Mary, tobacconist, 144 Princes 

street 
Brown, Miss, of Newton, 21 Stafford street 
Brown, Miss, dressmaker, 9 Charlotte place 
Brown, Miss, 8 Albany street 
Brown, Miss, 3 Jamaica street, North Leith 



Brown, Miss, 6 West Claremont street 

Brown, Miss, 31 Buccleuch place 

Brown, Misses, 8 Wharton place 

Brown, Misses, teachers of music and singing, 

5 Union street 
Brosvn, Misses, 8 Albyn place 
Browne, W. F. 24 Albany street, Leith 
Browne, Miss E. 138 George street 
Browning, Archibald, late druggist, 1 West 

Richmond street 
Brownlee, Alex, stabler, 20 Grassmarket 
Bruce & Cunningham, civil engineers and 

land valuators, chambers 21 Castle street 
Bruce, Alex, jewel-case and pocket-book ma- 
nufacturer, 10 South Hanover street 
Bruce, Alexander, writer, 2 Thistle court- 
house, 22 Abercromby place 
Bruce, A. F., H.E.I. C.S., Wardie Burn house 
Bruce, Charles, 2 Glenfinlas street 
Bruce, Daniel, carver, gilder, picture- liner, 
and restorer, 12 Greenside place — house, I 
28 Gayfield square 
Bruce, David, flesher, 17 Middle market 
Bruce, G. C. civil engineer, & land valuator, 
chambers 21 Castle street — house, Wardie- 
burn house 
Bruce, George, 2 Glenfinlas st. 
Bruce, Geo. corn merchant, 6 Baltie st. 
Bruce, Henry, 7 Montagu street 
Bruce, Hugh, advocate, 10 Moray place 
Bruce, Isaac, cabinetmaker & upholsterer, 1 

Spring gardens, Stockbridge 
Bruce, James, baker, 23 Earl Grey street 
Bruce, James, 34 Barony street 
Bruce, James, 23 Broughton place 
Bruce, James, provision merch. 49 Abbey hill 
Bruce, Rev. John, D.D. 24 Saxe Coburg 

place 
Bruce, John, W.S. 38 Frederick street — ho. 

39 Great King street 
Bruce, John, 26 Royal terrace 
Bruce, John, Shotts foundry, Orchardfield 
Bruce, Peter, writer, 24 Queen street 
Bruce, Robt. bricklayer and furnace builder, 

23 Union place 
Bruce, Rob. Glasgow temperance hotel an 

lodgings, 35 Leith street 
Bruce, Robert, M.D. 27 York place 
Bruce, Robert, 5 Grange place 
Bruce, Rev. Wm. 43 Gilmour place 
Bruce, W. of Symbister, 3 Chalmers street 
Bruce, Wm. leather merchant, 5 Union place 
Bruce, Mrs Dr, 25 Warriston crescent 
Bruce, Mrs John, 2 William street 
Bruce, Mrs William, 27 York place 
Bruce, Mrs, 2 Glenfinlas street 
Bruce, Mrs, 24 Melville street 
Bruce, Mrs, sen. of Symbister, 25 Hadding- 
ton place 
Bruce, Mrs Margaret, 5 Allison square 
Bruce, Mrs, temperance coffee-house and 

lodgings, 7 Milne square 
Bruce, Mrs, 46 Albany street 



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Bruce, Miss, 15 Brunswick street, Hillside 
Bruce, Miss, 10 Moray place 
Bruce, Misses, dressmakers, 69 Broughton st. 
Bruce, Misses, 16 Scotland street 
Brumby, Miss Margt. dressmkr. 9 Thistle st. 
Brunton, Adam, upholsterer, 27 Howe street 
Brunton, Alex, cooper, 43 Abbey hill 
Brunton, James, tailor, 7 Drummond street 
Brunton, J. tailor and clothier, 95 Princes st. 

— house, 2 Great Stuart street 
Brunton, Wm. and Co. cloth merchants and 
warehousemen, 13 Nicolson square — house, 
40 George square 
Brunton, Wm. (TT. B, # Co.), 40 George sq. 
Brunton, William, cooper, 2 Corunna place 
Bryce, A. H. 13 Butiand square 
Bryce, Andrew, plumber, 6 So. Melville pi. 
Bryce, David, architect, 131 George street 
Bryce, David, junior, architect, 29 Fred. st. 
Bryce, James, gunmaker and rifle manufac- 
turer, 36 West Register street — house, 6 
Lothian street 
Bryce, Rev. James, D.D. Leven bank, White- 
house gardens 
Bryce, Rev. James, LL.D. 52 Rankeillor street 
Bryce, John, wine merchant and grocer, 135 

Princes street — house, 2 Charlotte street 
Bryce, Robert, 18 Lothian street 
Bryce, Thomas, 15 Drummond street 
Bryce, Thomas, gun and pistol maker, 4 

Calton street 
Bryce, William M. synod officer, Established 

Church, 129 Rose street 
Bryce, Wm. spirit merchant, 17 Canongate — 

house, 19 
Bryce, Mrs W. 20 Cumberland street 
Bryce, Mrs William, 3 Saxe-Coburg place 
Bryce, Mrs, 23 Walker street 
Bryceson, Miss, 54 South Clerk street 
Bryden, Adam (J. B. and Sons), 14 Frede- 
rick street 
Bryden, James, 12 Beaumont place 
Bryden, J. & A. builders, Cottage, Summerhall 
Bryden, John, & Sons, bell-hangers, Venetian 
and spring-roller blind makers, 16 Frede- 
rick street, and 112 Buchanan street, Glas- 
gow 
Bryden, John M. (J. B. and Sons), 20 Cla- 
rence street 
Bryden, John ( W. B. and Son), I Howe st. 
Bryden, Thomas, smith, 1 Grange road 
Bryden, Wm. & Son, bell-hangers, Venetian 
and roller blind manufacturers, 55 George 
street and 7 Royal bank place, Glasgow 
Bryden, Mrs, gardener, Morayfield, Leith 
Bryden, Mrs Wm. 1 Howe street 
Brydon, David, grocer and provision mercht. 

117 Cowgate 
Brydon, J. paper, rag, cotton- waste, & metal 

merchant, 20 New street 
Brydon, James, flesher, 36 Kirkgate 
Brydon, James, woollen and linen draper, 25 
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| Brydon, Miss, 33 Howe street 

i Brydone, J. and Sons, printers, engravers, 
lithographers, publishers, and booksellers, 
17 Hanover street 

Brydone, J. & Sons, jewellers, 29 Princes st. 

: Bryson, Alex., Her Majesty's clock maker 
for Scotland, 4 Inverleith terrace 

Bryson, James, optician, 60 Princes street 

Bryson, James M. optician, York rd. Trinity 

Bryson, James, Scottish Union Insurance in- 
spector, 47 George st. — house,24 Buccleuch 
place. 

Bryson, Rob. and Sons, chronometer, watch 
and clock makers in ordinary to the Queen, 
66 Princes street 

Bryson, R. (R. B. and Sons), 13 Bruntsfield 
place 

Bryson, W. jun. (Scottish Press), Moredun, 
Abbey hill 

Buchan, A. W. com. traveller, 3 Leopold pi. 

Buchan, Henry, S.S.C., 17 Scotland street 

Buchan, Jas. A. assistant accountant (Union 
Bank of Scotland) 

Buchan, Mat. and Co. rectifiers, wine and 
spirit merchants, 14 Assembly street 

Buchan, Mat. (31. B. §■ Co.), 12 Gayfield sq. 

Buchan, Thos. clerk, 10 Glover street, Leith 

Buchan, Wm. cork manufacturer, 51 Tol- 
booth wynd, Leith 

Buchan, Mrs Hannah, coach-hirer, 6 Char- 
lotte place 

Buchan, Mrs, greengrocer, 13 Dublin street 

Buchanan, Rev. A., St Thomas' manse, Leith 

Buchanan, Edward G. general shipping agent, 
Bell's court, Quality lane 

Buchanan, James, S.S.C. 36 George street — 
house, 83 Causeyside 

Buchanan, James, D.D. professor of divi- 
nity, 51 Lauriston place 

Buchaian, James, teetotal coffeehouse and 
commercial lodgings, 114 High street 

Buchanan, Wm. advocate, 33 Drummond pi. 

Buchanan, Wm. M.D., E.I.C.S. 3 Carlton ter. 

Buchanan, Lady Leith, lnverardoran lodge, 
West Coats 

Buchanan, Mrs Duncan, 48 Great King st. 

Buchanan, Mrs James, 49 Moray place 

Buchanan, Mrs John, Black Bull Inn, 1 Sa- 
lamander street, Leith 

Buchanan, Mrs, 10 Mansion-house road 

Buchanan, Mrs, 11 Forth street 

Buchanan, Miss, 10 Torphichen street 

Bucher, Louis, bookkeeper, 6 Hermitage hill 

Bucher, Signor, professor of singing, 2 Great 
Stuart street 

Buckle, Geo. bootmaker, 10 X. St David st. 

Buckle, H. ( G. P.- O.) 40 Pilrig mod. buildings 

Buckle, John, Wharton house, Wharton lane 

Budge, W. cartwright, 18 Johnston st. and 
19 Coburgst. — house, 2 Johnston st. Leith 

Budge, Mrs, 34 Cumberland street 

Budge & Webster, Misses, milliners and dress- 
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Buglass, D. baker, 4 Blackford pi. Morningside 
Buist, J. wholesale agent and factor, 2 Drum- 

mond street 
Buist, James and Co. opticians, 91 South br. 
Buist, Robt. flesher, 2 N. Melville pi.— ho. 4 
Buist, Mrs John, 5 North Charlotte street 
Bull, Ediom S. J. {North British Colour Co.) 

2 Janefield place 
Buncle, A. provision merchant, Drumdryan 
Buncle, Alexander, grocer, 52 Clerk street 
Buntine, Mrs William, 49 Great King street 
Burden, George, temperance coffeehouse, 125 

and 129 High street 
Burge, John, hat and cap maker, Lothian ro. 
Burge, W. & J. hat-makers, 1 North bridge 
Burge, Wm. hat & cap manufac. 10 North br. 
Burgess, George, bootmaker, 1 Elder street — 

house, 18 Clyde street 
Burgess, James, merchant, 3 East Register 

street — house, 11 Trinity crescent 
Burgess, Jn. wood and ivory turner, 153 High 

street 
Burgh Reformer Office, 20 Tolbooth wynd, 

Leith 
Burke, J. 62 Hanover street 
Burn, Andrew ( G. B. fy Son), Canning house 
Burn, Archd. {B. §■ Baillie), 52 Hanover st. 
Burn and Baillie, plumbers, 46 Hanover st. 
Burn, David, solicitor, 219 High street 
Bum, Geo. and Son, provision merchants, 182 

High street 
Burn, Geo. {G. B. <| Son), 7 Wharton place 
Burn, James, W.S. 51 Great King street 
Burn, John, M.D. F.R.S.E. 7 Teviot row 
Burn, Peter, 1 London street 
Burp, Robert, practical engineer, Lochrin 

Engine 'Works, Gilmour place — house, 3 

Rutland square 
Burn, Mrs, 13 Union place 
Burn, Mrs Captain, 12 Gardner's crescent 
Burn, Miss, 34 Gilmour place 
Burn, Miss, Greenhill bank, Morningside 
Burness, James, S.S.C. 1 1 Drummond place 
Burness, Wm. printer to her Majesty, 1-a N. 

St Andrew st. — house, 11 Drummondpl. 
Burnet, Alex. 10 Comely green place 
Burnet, Andrew, grocer and victual dealer, 

154 Cowgate 
Burnet, Andw. agent ( Wm. Younger # Co.), 

23 Norton place 
Burnet, Jas. wine merchant, 9 Quality street 

— ho. 2 Morton 6treet 
Burnet, James, japanner, 80 High street- 
house, Allan villa, Shennis hill 
Burnet, Jn. spirit dealer, 56 W. Richmond st. 
Burnet, Jn. advocate, 37 Northumberland st. 
Burnet, Mrs H. lodgings, 59 Constitution st. 
Burnett, G. advocate, 21 Ainslie place 
Burnett, George, tailor, 182 Rose street 
Burnett, George, head-master, Young street 

school— Louse, Brisbane villa 
Burnett, Sir James H. of Leys, Baronet, 4 

Moray place 



Burnett, John, Caledonian hotel, 1 Castle st. 

Burnett, Mrs, 29 Clarence street 

Burnett, Mrs, of Kemnay, 21 Ainslie place 

Burnett, Miss A. laundress, Freeman cottage, 
109 Causeyside 

Burnfield, Mrs, lodgings, Goshen bank, Morn- 
ingside 

Burnley, William F. 24 Ainslie place 

Burns and Bell, tailors, clothiers, and shirt 
makers, 13 Bank street 

Burns, David, Catherine Cottage, Leith walk 

Burns, Edward {Burns & Bell), 13 Bankst. 

Burns, G. grocer and spirit dealer, 28 Dean st. 

Burns, Geo. dealer in horses, East Rose street 
lane 

Burns, John {Inland Revenue), 4 Comely 
green crescent 

Burns, John, coal merchant, 35 Home street 

Burns, John, 20 Queen street 

Burns, M., Lord Belhaven's coal agent, office 

40 Lothian road — house, 2 Tobago place 
Burns, Robt. victual dealer, 50 Grassmarket 
Burns, Robert, 3 Comely green crescent 
Burns, MrsM. 11 Melville place 

Burns, Mrs William, 6 Comely green place 
Burns, Mrs Marion, 4 Northumberland place 
Burns, Mrs, milliner, 117 Canongate 
Burns, Mrs, cook, 62 Thistle street 
Burns, Miss, 4 Arniston place 
Bumside, John, 2 Crichton street 
Burnside, John, agent for Whitehill colliery, 

7 Henry street 
Burnside, Miss, 12 Lynedoch place 
Burr, C. S. hosier and shirt maker, G Leith st. 
Burr, Mrs John, 14 Heriot place 
Burrell & Byers, printers, 3 Baltic st. Leith 
Burrill, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 5 Brown street 
Burt, Dr, F.R.C.P. 88 George street 
Burt, Rob. & Co. mattress makers,270 Cowgate 
Burt, Mrs, 108 George street 
Burt, Miss, 47 Great King street 
Burt, Miss, 8 Atholl place 
Burton, James, spirit dealer, 100 Rose st. 
Burton, James, wright, Circus lane — house, 

19 Dundas street 
Burton, J. H. advocate, 27 Lauriston place 
Burton, Mungo, artist, 19 Dundas street 
Burton, Mrs, 10 Mary place 
Butchard, C. T. {G.P.-O.), Broughton point 
Butement, Mrs W. lodgings, 2 Sandport st. 
Butler, Robert, spt. dealer, 36 College wynd 

— ho. 19 Hercles street 
Butters, David, wine and spirit merchant, 50 

N. Hanover street 
Butters, Lawrence, seal engraver to the Queen, 

41 George street — house, 1 Fingal place 
Butti, L. J. and Sons, carvers, gilders, and 

dealers in curiosities, 1 and 2 Ronaldson's 

buildings — ho. 2 Springfield, Leith walk 
Butti, J. A. carver, gilder, and looking-glass 

manufac. 1 Queen st — ho. 10 N. St David 

street 
Byres, David, 21 Leopold place 



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Byres, Robert, 1G7 Rose street 
Byres, Thomas, baker, 167 Rose street 
Byres, Mrs, 35 West Nicolson street 
Byres, Mrs, lodgings, 21 Salisbury street 
Bym, John, bootmaker, 239 Canongate 
Byrn, Mrs, 31 Melville street 

Cadell, James John, 3 Torphichen street 
Cadell, John, of Tranent, adv. 20 Picardy pi. 
Cadell, Mrs, 15 Atholl crescent 
Cadenhead, A. F. writer, 22 Raeburn place 
Cafe, D. S. cupper (Royal Infirmary), and 

medical galvanist, 7-a Young street 
Caf£ Royal Hotel, West Register place 
Caird, F. G. agent, 18 Calton hill 
Caird, John, surg. F.R.C.S.E. 27 Montagu st. 
Caird, Margaret, fishmonger, 1 Fishmarket 
Cairnie, J. {Potts, C. S?Ray), 48Rankeillor st 
Cairns, A. grocer & wine merch. 99 High st. 
Cairns, G. and H., W.S. chambers, 35 George 

IV. bridge 
Cairns, Geo., S.S.C. and S.L., 35 George IV. 
bridge— ho. Springbank, Greenhill gardens 
Cairns, Henry, W.S. (G. and H. Cairns), 

Springbank, Greenhill gardens 
Cairns, John, gardener, Gilmore park 
Cairns, John, 18 Middle Arthur place 
Cairns, John (Robertson and Cairns), 7 Salis- 
bury street 
Cairns, T. baker & confectioner, 53 Home st. 
Cairns, Mrs, baby linen warehouse, muslin 

and lace warehouse, 77 Princes st. 
Calder, Alex. Smith, 106 Rose street 
Calder, Alex., Bellfiekl house, Trinity 
Calder, Alex. (National Insurance Co.), 20 

Rankeillor street 
Calder, David, grocer, wine and spirit mercht. 

112 Canongate 
Calder, John, commission agent, 79 Nicolson 

street — house, Sibbald place 
Calder, Robert, coal agent, 180 Rose street 
Calder, Robert, corn merchant, 12 High Calton 
Calder, Thomas, tailor, 333 High street 
Calder, Wm. sailraaker, cordage, sailcloth, &c. 
store, 22 Commercial place — house, Rose- 
mount, Madeira street, N. Leith. — See Adv. 
Calder, William, beast and sheep salesman, 

19 Archibald place 
Calder, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 37 India place 
Calder, Mrs, lodgings, 56 Cumberland street 
Calderhead, Wm. confectioner, 4S Home st. 
Calderwood, Henry, baker, 34 Northumber- 
land street 
Calderwood, R. coal merchant, 1 Spence's 

place, 26 South Junction road, S. Leith 
Calderwood, Wm. 13 Torphichen street 
Calderwood, Wm. steam bread and biscuit 

manufacturer, Earl Grey street 
Caldwell & Co. button and trimming merchts. 

313 High street 
Caldwell Brothers, wholesale stationers and 
publishers, 13, 15, and 17 Waterloo place — 
bouse, Victoria terrace, Portobello 



Caldwell, David, button and trimming mer- 
chant, 39 Leith street 

Caledonian Fire and Life Assurance Office, 
19 George street. — See Adv. 

Caledonian Fire Insurance Co., 21 Bernard 
street — Mann & Duncan, agents 

Caledonian Loan Co. 7 Royal Exchange — 
A. Rutherford, manager — ho. 87 Causey- 
side 

Caledonian Mercury, and Weekly Mercury 
Office, 265 High street 

Caledonian Railway Tavern, Lothian road 

Caledonian United Service Club, 11 Queen 
street 

Callam, Charles A. cook and confectioner, 16 
Clerk street 

Callam, George, and Co. braziers to Her Ma- 
jesty, smiths and ironmongers, 13 Green- 
side place 

Callam, John B. 4 St Patrick square 

Callam, Thos. gasfitter, brazier, and tinplate 
worker, 56 Shore — ho. 21 Charlotte street, 
Leith 

Callam, Thomas, 13 Greenside place 

Callender & Co. boot and shoe makers, 19 
Bank street 

Callender, T. & A., curriers and oil merchts., 
St Anthony lane 

Callender, Dd. tanner, St Anthony lane, Leith, 
and Bonnington house, Lochend road 

Callender, G. boot & shoe maker, 2 Spittal st. 

Callender, Henry, C. A. 19 Hill street — 
house, 8 St Vincent st. 

Callender, William, dyer, 31 W. Nicolson st. 

Callender, Mrs, 11 Portland place, Lauriston 

Callender, Miss, 27 Gray street 

Calver, Charles, Golf-house tavern, 27 
Wright's houses 

Calvert, F. B., A.M., rhetorical lecturer and 
teacher of elocution, New college, 25 York 
place 

Calvert, Michael, architect, 25 York place 

Camden Society — T. G. Stevenson, agent, 22 
South Frederick street 

Camerne, Mrs Colonel, 17 Dimdas street 

Cameron's circulating library, 10 Clerk street. 
- — See Adv. 

Cameron & Violard, mercers, milliners, dress 
and corset makers, 124 George street 

Cameron, Alex. ( Customs), 6 Bank place 

Cameron, Alex, coal agent, 27 India street 

Cameron, Alexander, spirit merchant, 17 
Market street 

Cameron, Rev. Andrew (Editor of Family 
Treasury), 3 Church hill, Morningside 

Cameron, Charles, 3 Bruntsfield terrace 

Cameron, D. (3f'Niven Sj" C), 7 Lutton pi. 

Cameron, D. letter-carrier, 135 Canongate 

Cameron, Duncan, 16 Keir street 

Cameron, H. teacher, 27 Gayfield square — 
house, 8 Annandale street 

Cameron, Hugh, artist, 97 George street 

Cameron, Hugh, flesher, 16 Middle market 



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Cameron, Jas. provision merchant, 5 Riddle's 

close, Leith 
Cameron, James A. bookbinder & stationer, 

10 Clerk street — See Adv. 
Cameron, James, janitor, University 
Cameron, Jas. refresh, rooms, 10 Market at. 
Cameron, James, hatter, 21 Kirkgate, Leith 
Cameron, J. and P. general carriers and con- 
tractors, agents for the Caledonian Railway 
for Scotland, forward goods to London, 
Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham, Car- 
lisle, and most parts of England — also 
Glasgow, Greenock, Paisley, Ayr, Kilmar- 
nock, Dumfries, Belfast, Dublin, &c, &c, 
and all parts in the west of Scotland, and 
Ireland. Offices, 5 Brown square, Geo. IV. 
bridge ; Railway station, Lothian road ; 
and 7 Bernard street, Leith 
Cameron, J. & P., railway carriers, 7 Bernard 

street, Leith 
Cameron, James, & Son, curled hair manu- 
facturers, Chalmers' close, 81 High street, 
and 1 Old Physic gardens 
Cameron, John, coach-hirer, 33 Alva street 

— office, 22 Maitland street 
Cameron, John, 35 Scotland street 
Cameron, John, 3 Montagu street 
Cameron, John, coal merchant and general 

agt. Caledonian depot — ho. 2 Gilmour pi. 
Cameron, P. («/". $• P. C), 9 George square 
Cameron, Robert, picture-frame maker, N. St 

Andrew street lane 
Cameron, R. painter and glazier, 214 Canon- 
gate 
Cameron, Rt. 19 South back of Canongate 
Cameron, Robert O. wine & spirit merchant, 

134 Pleasance 
Cameron, Thomas, grocer, 3 Alison place 
Cameron, Thomas, jun., Bath street Rope- 
work, Leith — house, 19 Bernard street 
Cameron, Thomas, flesher, 15 Middle market 
Cameron, Thomas, cabinetmaker, 167 Rose 

street — ho. 39 Thistle street 
Cameron, W. teacher of music, 1 St John st. 
Cameron, Wm. Hodges, Secretary to the Edin. 

Water Company, 123 Princes street 
Cameron, William, merchant, 37 Dundas st. 
Cameron, William, spirit dealer, 5 Hope st. 
Cameron, Wm. cab proprietor, 16 Market st. 
Cameron, Mrs Archd. 15 Montagu street 
Cameron, Mrs C. ladies' nurse, 6 Bristo street 
Cameron, Mrs, lodgings, 19 Maitland street 
Cameron, Mrs, French staymaker, 8 Dundas 

street 
Cameron, Mrs, spirit dealer, 142 Canongate 
Cameron, Mrs, Canning house 
Cameron, Mrs, 8 Saxe Coburg place 
Cameron, Mrs, 20 Albany street 
Cameron, Mrs, 3 Cumberland street 
Cameron, Miss, 19 Graham street 
Cameron, Miss, 23 Archibald place 
Cameron, Miss, 1 Thomas street 
Cameron, Miss, dressmaker, 8 Dundas street 



Cameron, Miss, 6 Picardy place 

Cameron, Misses, dressmakers, 29 Frederick 
street 

Campbell and Trail, W.S. 7 Melville street 

Campbell and Smith, S.S.C. 26 Fork place 

Campbell & Co. lace merchts. 65 George 
street 

Campbell, A. and A., W.S. 22 Dublin street 

Campbell, Alexander, 6 Charlotte square 

Campbell, Alex, builder, Montgomery street 

Campbell, Alex. 7 Hope terrace 

Campbell, Arch. & Co. brewers, 145 Cowgate 

Campbell, Arch. 13 Elder street 

Campbell, Arthur, W.S. {A. # A. Campbell), 
3 Drummond place 

Campbell, Arthur, jun. W.S. (A. and A. Camp- 
bell), 12 India street 

Campbell, Chas., 12 Greenhill gardens 

Campbell, C. W. 11 Howard place 

Campbell, Colin, bank messenger, 16 Char- 
lotte street, Leith 

Campbell, Dick, & Son, shoemakers, Morning- 
side 

Campbell, David, 2 Moray street 

Campbell, David, woollen cloth merchant, 259 
Cowgate 

Campbell, Donald, wine and spirit merchant, 
521 Lawnmarket 

Campbell, Geo. dairyman, 13 Buccleuch st. 

Campbell, Geo. bookseller, stationer, and 
news agent, 12 Howe street 

Campbell, James, draper, 7 Dublin street 

Campbell, James, 7 West Lauriston place 

Campbell, James, Hill street lane, north 

Campbell, James, city recorder, 28 Candle- 
maker row 

Campbell, James, managing partner (Edinr. 
Loan Co.), 39 South Bridge — See Adv. 

Campbell, James, accountant, 15 Elder st.— 
house, 25 Barony street 

Campbell, J. M. agent, 15 St James' square 

Campbell, John Arch, saddler, 17 Wright's 
houses 

Campbell, John, grocer, 24 St Andrew street, 
Leith — house, 59 Constitution street 

Campbell, John, painter and glazier, 28 St 
Patrick square— ho. 1 Sibbald place 

Campbell, John, 4 Alva street 

Campbell, John Archd., C.S., N-P. Commiss. 
forEng. and Irish affidavits, 2 Albyn place 

Campbell, John, hairdresser, 43 Shore 

Campbell, John, stabler, 50 Brunswick street 

Campbell, John, wine and spirit merchant, 
115 West port 

Campbell, John, grocer and spirit dealer, 15 
Carnegie street 

Campbell, John, cowfeeder, 18 Rose street 

Campbell, Major, Blackford lodge, White- 
house gardens 

Campbell, Neil Colquhoun, advoc. 81 Great 
King street 

Campbell, Robert, ironmonger and seed mcht 
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Campbell, Robert, advocate, 27 Heriot row 
Campbell, Robert, of Skerrington, advocate, 

4 Damaway street 
Campbell, Simon (C. §■ Smith), 26 York pi. 
Campbell, Thos. E. & Co. metal merchants, 

milled lead and lead pipe manuf. 8 Picardy 

place, and 117 Constitution street, Leith 
Campbell, T. B. (T. B. & Co.), 15 Pilrig st. 
Campbell, Thomas, 12 George square 
Campbell, Thos. bookslr. 80 Buccleuch street 
Campbell, Thomas, grocer, 24 So. Richmond 

street 
Campbell, Thos. letter-carrier, 50 Thistle st. 
Campbell, Thomas, flesher, 31 Thistle st.— 

house, 4 Queensferry st. 
Campbell, William, W.S. 6 Rutland square 
Campbell, Wm. provision dealer, 26 Green- 

side street 
Campbell, Wm. ( G. P.- O.), 1 St John's hill 
Campbell, William, 4 Great King street 
Campbell, Lady, of Abreuchill, 6 Howard pi. 
Campbell, The Lady Emma, 44 St Cuthbert st. 
Campbell, Mrs Adam, 11 Ann street 
Campbell, Mrs Archibald, 3 Duncan street 
Campbell, Mrs Donald, 9 Inverleith row 
Campbell, Mrs Geo. 2 Bellevue crescent 
Campbell, Mrs Dr John, 13 Lynedoch pi. 
Campbell, Mrs, 47 York place 
Campbell, Mrs William, 114 Lauriston pi. 
Campbell, Mrs, 8 Royal crescent 
Campbell, Mrs, sen. of Ballenaly, 10 Dundas 

street 
Campbell, Mrs, 60 North Castle street 
Campbell, Mrs, cook, 90 Rose street 
Campbell, Mrs, lodgings, 1 Lauriston terrace 
Campbell, Mrs, patent French staymaker, 137 

Princes street 
Campbell, Mrs, 6en. of Walton Park, 4 Eton 

terrace 
Campbell, Mrs, sen. of Possil, 12 Abercromby 

place 
Campbell, Mrs, sick nurse, 15 Chapel street 
Campbell, Miss C. dressmaker, 41 Abbey hill 
Campbell, Miss Helen, 50 George street 
Campbell, Miss Isabella, 4 Melville street 
Campbell, Miss Isabella, dressmaker, 63 

Frederick street 
Campbell, Miss M. dressmaker, 5 Duke st. 
Campbell, Miss Mary Duneaves, 10 Manor pi. 
Campbell, Miss, 5 Warriston crescent 
Campbell, Miss, 27 Scotland street 
Campbell, Miss, of Lochnell, Holyrood house 
Campbell, Miss, of Southhall, 68 Northum- 
berland street 
Campbell, Miss, of Succoth, 7 Gloucester pi. 
Campbell, Miss, 35 Heriot row 
Campbell, Miss, 9 Randolph cliff 
Campbell, Miss, 1 Ainslie place 
Campbell, Miss, 4 Ann street 
Canch, Mrs, 23 London street 
Candlish, R. S., D.D. 4 South Charlotte st. 
Candlish, Wm. lodgings, 2 Union pi. Trinity 
Canning, Geo. 32 Drummond place 



Cannon, Alexander, printer and publisher, 51 

Hanover street— ho. 27 Elder street 
Canongate Poor-house, Tolbooth wynd 
Canongate, Burgh Clerk of — Wm. Fraser, 

jun. W.S. 31 Princes street 
Cappie, James, M.D. 18 Frederick street 
Caravanna, Mrs, 25 Duke street 
Carfrae and Geddcs, land-surveyors and civil 

engineers, 1 Erskine place 
Carfrae, Alex, bank messenger, Clyde st. lane 
Carfrae, James, jun. bird and animal stufFer, 

and dealer in live stock, 79 Princes street 
Carfrae, Jn. M. bird stuffer, 3 S. Frederick st. 
Carfrae, Robert (BonnarSf C), house painter, 

19 North Circus place 
Carfrae, T. (Carfrae and Geddes), 1 South 

Charlotte street 
Carfrae, Wm. saddler, 7 Queensferry street — 

house, 3 Wallace place 
Carfrae, .Mrs, 3 Frederick st. 
Carfrae, Miss Jane, 11 Middleby street 
Cargill, Jas. writing master and copyist, 4 St 

Patrick square 
Cargill, R. 6 Sandford street 
Carlisle, William, 2 Rankeillor place 
Carlton, John J. tailor and clothier, 63 St 

Mary's wynd 
Carlyle, William, 8 Romilly place 
Carlyle, Wm. canine repository, Lothian road 
Carmalt, Richard, commis. agent, 7 George st. 
Carment, John, S.S.C. (Patrick, M'Ewen, Sf 

C), 36 Great King street 
Carment, Mrs, 18 Carlton street 
Carmichael & Son, poulterers, 60 Queen st. 

— house, 62 
Carmichael, A. flesher, 103 Nicolson street — 

house, 104 
Carmichael, Archd. provision merchant, 55 

Lauriston place 
Carmichael, Geo. 1 Cannon street, Leith 
Carmichael, Jas. (Register House), 44 So. br. 
Carmichael, James, 13 & 14 High market — 

house, 22 Fleshmarket close 
Carmichael, James (Edinr. Academy'), 33 

East Claremont street 
Carmichael, J. (High School), 16 London st. 
Carmichael, L. pharmaceutical chemist, 13 

Calton street — house, 11 
Carmichael, Mitchell (Pro. 8$ Income Tax), 1 

Summerhall place — office, 6 Waterloo place 
Carmichael, Robt. flesher, 75 Northumber- 
land street — house, 17 Howe street 
Carmichael, T. smith, 5 St Andrew st. Leith 
Carmichael, Thomas, brewer, 23 N. B. of 

Canongate 
Carmichael, Walter, architect, teacher of archi- 
tectural drawing (late James Ruthven), 44 

South bridge 
Carmichael, Walter Scott, M.D. surgeon and 

accoucheur, 3 Annandale street 
Carmichael, William, A.C.S. 4 Hope street 
Carmichael, Wm. S. surgeon and accoucheur, 

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Carmichael, Wm. flesher, 1 to 5 Broughton 

market — house, 32 Dublin street 
Carmichael, Mrs J. F. school for young ladies, 

17 Clarence street 
Carmichael, Mrs, 36 Inverleith row 
Carmichael, Mrs, 22 Northumberland street 
Carmichael, Miss Janet, 6 Mansfield place 
Carmichael, Misses, teachers, 4 Hope street 
Carnegie, Charles, shoemaker, 43 Earl Grey st. 
Carnegie, James, jun. W.S. 16 Windsor street 
Carnegie, J. mercantile agent, 100 Lauriston 

place 
Carnegie, James, lodgings, 33 Northumber- 
land street 
Carnegie, Miss, 7 Atholl crescent 
Carnegy, Rob., M.D. 19 Drummond place 
Carnegy, Miss, 3 Blacket place 
Carnie, Chas. merchant, 16 Clarendon cresc. 
Carnie, Jas. sen. fisherman, Newhaven 
Carnie, Leslie (Customs), 1 Annfield, New- 
haven 
Caron, Jules, teacher of French, 17 S. Castle 

street 
Carpenter, M. boarding-house, 7 Buccleuchpl. 
Carphin, George, 16 East Adam street 
Carphin, George ( Commercial Bank), 2 Buc- 

cleuch place 
Carphin, James Rhind, C.A. 8 Salisbury road 
Carphin, Mrs, 8 Salisbury road 
Carr, Michael, tailor & clothier, 1 Blenheim pi. 
Carr, Mrs, straw-hat maker, 2 St Vincent st. 
Carr, Misses, milliners and dressmakers, 1 

Blenheim place 
Carr, Misses E. and C, French staymakers, 

14 Greenside street 
Carrick, Andrew, house proprietor, Morocco 

close, Canongate 
Carrick, James, smith and ironmonger, 156 

Rose street — house, 4 Queensferry street 
Carrick, James, ironmonger, 144 George st. 
Carrick, William (Inland Revenue), 14 West 

Preston street 
Carrick, Mrs, 32 Broughton place 
Carroll, Wm., fish dealer, 12 Robertson's cl. 
Carron Co.'s warehouse, Wet docks— Neilson 

Rose, agent, Leith 
Carron Co., Liverpool and Leith traders — 

Neilson Rose, agent, Leith 
Carruthers, Wm., emigration agent for Cape 

of Good Hope, 3 Church hill, Morningside 
Carse, J. & Son, patent axletree manufactory, 

18 Greenside row — house, 31 Gayfield sq. 
Carse, D. & Co., coach builders and pro- 
prietors, Orchardfield 

Carse, Thos. (J. C. Sf Son), 31 Gayfield sq. 
Carse, Thomas (H. M. Customs, Leith), 39 

Albany street, Leith 
Carson, Miss, 82 Lauriston place 
Carstairs and Robertson, wine and commission 

merchs. Trinity vaults, 99 Giles' st. Leith 
Carstairs, A. engraver & chaser, 5 High terr. 
Carstairs, George, manufacturing jeweller, 

Swinton Row — ho. 13 St James' square 



Carstairs, James, comb maker, 30 Leith walk 

Carstairs, John, Warriston lodge 

Carstairs, Matthew, plumber and gasfitter, 71 
Northumberland street — house, 20 Howe st. 

Carstairs, W. Rosebank, Bonnington 

Carstairs, Mrs, fruiterer, 106 George street- 
nursery, Warriston lodge 

Carstairs, Mrs, 45 Inverleith row 

Carter, Frederick Hayne, C.A. 73 George st. 
agent for the People's Provident, and sec- 
retary to the Edin. Blind Asylum — house, 
12 Carlton street 

Carter, Joseph, tobacco manufacturer, 116 
High street — house, 129 

Carter, Nichol, spirit and wine merchant, 86 
Candlemaker row 

Carter, Nicholas, wine merchant, 44 Hanover 
street — house, 51 

Carter, Mrs A. 2S London street 

Carter, Mrs John, tea, wine, and spirit mer- 
chant, 202 Pleasance 

Carter, Mrs Nicol, grocer and spirit merchant, 
247 Canongate — house, 45 New street 

Carter, Mrs, 42 York place 

Casey, James, collector, 17 Thistle street 

Caskey, William, grocer and spirit dealer, 16 
College wynd — house, 3 Crichton street 

Cassedy, John, spirit dealer, 43 St Mary's wd. 

Cassels, Alex., W.S. 8 Northumberland street 

Cassels, John G. grocer^ tea, wine, and spirit 
merchant, 1 Elm row 

Cassels, Walter Gibson (late banker), Black- 
ford house 

Cassie, Andrew, dyer, 70 Clerk street 

Castle, James, working jeweller, 21 Leith st. 

Cathcart, James, Fergusson, & Co. wine mer- 
chants, 84 St Andrew street, Leith 

Cathcart, Jas. (J. C, Fergusson, §■ Co.), 12 
Carlton terrace 

Cathcart, John F. (Gillespie S,~ Cathcart, Leith) 
15 Annandale street 

Cathcart, Mrs, 17 Great King street 

Cathels, Misses, dressmakers, 67 Cumberland 
street 

Cathie, N., tailor and clothier, 21 9 High street 

Cathie, Thos. flesher, 19 William street 

Cattanach, Peter Lorimer, S.S.C. and S.L. 
— chambers, 73 George st. — ho. Hawthorn 
bank 

Cattanach, W. Hawthorn bank, Lynedoch pi. 

Cattanach, Wm. jun. wine and spirit mercht. 
102 Nicolson st. — house, 24 

Cattle Insurance Co. 46 N. Hanover st. — 
J. Innes, manager for Scotland. — See Adv. 

Caunter, Robert, 25 Howard place 

Cavaye, Major- General, 12 Royal circus 

Caven, John, teacher, 55 Cumberland street 

Caw, John (Black and C-), 25 St James' sq. 

Caw, John, 50 Rankeillor street 

Caw, Mrs John B. 1 Hill square 

Cawthorn, Mrs E. 2 Melville street 

Cay and Black, advertising and newspaper 
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Cay & Johnston, furnishing ironmongers, gas- 
fitters, and railway coach lamp manufac- 
turers, 7 Greenside place 
Cay, John, jun., W.S. solicitor, G.P.-O., 3 

Darnaway street 
Cay, John, advocate, sheriff and commissary 

of Linlithgowshire, 5 S.-E. Circus place 
Cay, John, agent for Royal Insurance Comp., 

2 Pilrig place 
Cay, Robert Dundas, W.S. agent of Oriental 

Bank Corporation, 23 St Andrew square — 

house, Lauriston lodge. — See Adv. 
Cay, Mrs F. 2 Pilrig place 
Cay, Miss Jane, Lauriston lodge 
Cess Office, County and City, 6 Waterloo 

place 
Chadwick, Colin, grocer and spirit dealer, 1 4 

Citadel, Leith 
Chadwick, Mrs James, grocer, 6 Shrub place 
Chaffard, Ferdinand, hat manufacturer, 70 

George street 
Chafford, Madame, milliner, dress and corset 

maker, 2 Castle street 
Chalmers' Territorial Church and Schools 

Manse, Rev. James H. Wilson, 137 Foun- 

tainbridge 
Chalmers and Chisholme, vinegar makers, and 

wine and spirit merchants, 39 Potterrow — 

house, 3 Lothian street 
Chalmers, C. S. {D. Robertson 8f Son), 8 

Elbe st. — ho. 7 Pitt street, Bonnington 
Chalmers, Charles, Castle bank, Merchiston 
Chalmers, David, M.D. 47 Lauriston place 
Chalmers, David, smith & wright, 87 Canon- 
gate — house, 208 
Chalmers, George, saddler, 65 Clerk street 
Chalmers, J. (C. <§■ Chis/tolmc), 3 Lothian 

street 
Chalmers, James Hay, W.S. {Gillespie fy C), 

2 Scotland street 
Chalmers, James K., 9 Grange road 
Chalmers, James, spirit dealer, 14 WestMait- 

land street 
Chalmers, James, shoemaker, 52 India street 
Chalmers, James, spirit mercht. 75 Shore and 

114 Kirkgate 
Chalmers, John, spirit merchant, 4 1 Tolbooth 

wynd 
Chalmers, John, shoemaker, 26 Calton hill 
Chalmers, John, surveyor of buildings, 1 

Claremont place 
Chalmers, John, coal merchant, Balquhatstone 

colliery office, 11 Port Hopetoun — house, 3 

Downie place 
Chalmers, William, spirit dealer, 2 Shrub pi. 

— house, 3 
Chalmers, W. M. 23 Norton place 
Chalmers, Mrs James, 7 East Preston street 
Chalmers, Mrs James, 2 Janefield place 
Chalmers, Mrs M., 38 Cumberland street 
Chalmers, Mrs Thos. 20 Barony street 
Chalmers, Mrs, 17 Lutton place 
Chalmers, Mrs W. milliner, 342 Lawnmarket 



Chalmers, Miss Marion, 33 Dublin street 

Chalmers, Miss, Churchhill, Morningside 

Chalmers, Miss, 58 India street 

Chamber of Commerce & Manufactures, 11 
Melbourne place — Geo. Harrison, sec. 

Chamber of Commerce, Leith, 28 Bernard 
st. — Pillans Scarth, W.S., secretary. 

Chambers, W. and R. publishers, 339 High 
street 

Chambers, Johnston, clerk, 31 South hack of 
Canongate 

Chambers, Robert, (IF. 8f R. C.) 1 Doune 
terrace 

Chambers, Robert, jun. ( W. § R. C.) Comely 
bank 

Chambers, W. ( W. % R. C), 13 Manor place 

Chamney, Thos., boot and shoemaker, 403 
Lawnmarket 

Chancellor, George, W.S. {Macallan §• C, 
Agents for the Liverpool and London Fire 
and Life Insurance Co.), 19 Young street 
— ho. 1 Chalmers street 

Chancellor, Mrs, sen. of Shieldhill, Chalmers 
street 

Chancery Office, H.M., 39, 41, & 43 Register 
house — director, John M. Lindsay, 19 Mel- 
ville st. — depute directors, James Ilalley, 13 
Archibald pi. ; & Alex. Howe, 9 Albyn pi. 

Chaplin, Mrs Thos. Robertson, 11 Gloucester 
place 

Chapman, David, card manufacturer, 82 
Bernard street, Leith 

Chapman, Edward, M.D. Hawkfield house 

Chapman, John, M.D. Hawkfield ho. Leith 

Chapman, John, joiner, 215 Canongate 

Chapman, Robt. {Crown Agent Office), 1 East 
Newington place 

Chapman, Thos. auctioneer and appraiser, 
10 Melbourne pi. — house, 74 Lauriston pi. 

Chapman, Mrs Henry, Leith mount, Leith 

Charity Workhouse, Forrest road 

Charity Workhouse, West Kirk, Lothian rd„ 

Charles, George, agent, 17 Bread street 

Charles, James, cowfeeder, 22 New street 

Charles, James, smith and furnishing iron- 
monger, 8 North St Andrew street — house., 
18 Broughton street 

Charles, John, 42 Inverleith row 

Charles, Wm. flesher, 8 Middle market — 
house, 5 Buccleuch street 

Charleston and Dunfermline Packet Office, 
2 Dock cates — D. Smith, agent 

Charters, W. S., M.D., H.E.I.C.S., the Grove, 
Laverock bank, Trinity 

Charteris, Miss, 33 Bridge street 

Chatham, Jn. cheesem. & grocer, 326 Lawn- 
market — house, 23 Archibald place 

Chattaway, Edwin, secretary Border Union 
N. B. Railway, Meadowbank house 

Chattaway, John, coal agent, N. B. Railway. 
— See Adv. 

Chaumont, Louis F. teacher of French, 44 
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Cheape, Douglas, Trinity grove 
Cheape, Miss, 31 George square 
Chedbum, George, bootmaker, 5 North St 

Andrew street 
Chedburn, William, boot and shoe maker, 6 

Young street 
Cherrie and Harlow, paper rulers and book- 
binders, 22 Niddry street 
Chesney, David, saw maker and retailer, 

8 Royal Exchange 
Chess Club, The Edinburgh, 4 Queen street. 

George Gibson, sec. 
Chessar, Robert, grocer and spirit dealer, 69 

Canongate 
Chessar, Mrs Wm. lodgings, 10 Castle street 
Chesser, John, superintendent of works for 

G. Heriot's hospital, 12 Royal Exchange — 

house, 56 Lothian street 
Cheyne and Stuart, W.S. 9 Picardy place 
Cheyne, Charles, shoemaker and general 

furnishing shop, 27 So. Richmond street 
Cheyne, Henry (C. § Stuart), W.S. 6 Royal 

terrace 
Cheyne, Mrs P. 50 Rankeillor street 
Cheyne, Misses, Rosebank, Blackford road 
Chiene, Geo.T., C.A. 7 George street — house, 

27 Northumberland street 
Chiene, Mrs, 24 Abercromby place 
Child and Huie, china and cut-glass store, 

97 George street 
Child, W. K. mercht., Red Braes, Bonnington 
Child, Mrs, 8 Hart street 
Chilton, William, lodgings, 7 N.-W. Circus 

place 
Chisholm, Alex, commission agent, 6 Wemyss 

buildings, offVennel 
Chisholm, Archibald, smith and farrier, 55 

Charlotte street, Leith 
Chisholm, David (N. B. Insurance Office), 36 

Rankeillor street 
Chisholm, James, dairy, Leith links well 
Chisholm, John Knox, dentist, 33 Queen 

street 
Chisholm, Robert {Mackay Sf C), 25 East 

Claremont street 
Chisholm, Rt. cowfeeder, 44 North Richmond 

street 
Chisholm, Robt. clothier, 10 Forres street 
Chisholm, Mrs, grocer and spirit dealer, 13 

Citadel street, Leith 
Chisholm, Mrs, 61 Clerk street 
Chisholm, Miss, straw-hat manufacturer and 

furrier, 37 North bridge 
Chisholm, Miss, French stay-maker, 16 George 

street 
Chisholme, Robert, 15 Bruntsfield place 
Chwstian Treasury Office, 2 Melbourne pi., 

Johnstone, Hunter, & Co. publishers 
Christie & Findlater, clothiers, hatters, and 

outfitters, 103 and 104 South bridge 
Christie, Alex, old bookseller, 97 Nicolson st. 
Christie, Alex, wine, spirit, and malt liquor 

mercht. 23-b George st ho. 67 Hanover st. 



Christie, Alexander, historical and portrait 

painter, 2 Darnaway street 
Christie, Alexander, spirit dealer, 3 Dock pi. 
Christie, Alex, lodgings, 30 Cumberland st. 
Christie, Alex. 51 Minto street 
Christie, Alex. Hawkhill, Lochendroad,Edin. 
Christie, Aw. 7 Salisbury street 
Christie, Lt.-Col. Charles, 23 Royal terrace 
Christie, George, lodgings, 5 Howe street 
Christie, Henry, tobacco and snuff manufr. 

4 Drummond st. — house, Cherry Hall, 179 

Causeyeide 
Christie, James, grocer and wine merchant, 

I Catharine street, and 30 High street — 
house, 4 Lauriston lane 

Christie, James Stark, advocate, 58 Queen st. 
Christie, James, ladies' boot and shoe maker, 

63 George street 
Christie, James, supervisor of Inland Revenue, 

I I Leopold place 
Christie, James, baker, 4 So. Junction street 
Christie, John C, W.S. 4 Duncan st. New- 

ington 
Christie, John L. solicitor, 43 Bernard street 
Christie, John, & Son,breeches makers,hosiers, 

and glovers, 16 George street 
Christie, John (C. §• Findlater), Lauder 

road, Grange 
Christie, John, 6 St John street 
Christie, John, brassfounder, 162 Pleasance 
Christie, Captain Robert, H.E.I.C.S., St 

Bernard's Bower 
Christie, Robert, manager, Scottish Equitable 

Life Assurance Society — house, Juniper 

green, Colinton 
Christie, Robert, grocer and wine merchant, 

53 Hanover street 



Christie, Rt., jun. C.A. (secretary Northern 
Assurance Company), 8 Hailes street 

Christie, Robert L. working jeweller and 
watchmaker, 18 and 20 Bank street, and 19 
Tolbooth wynd, Leith 

Christie, William, slater, 31 Constitution 
street — house, 14 Mitchell street 

Christie, Thomas, teacher of English, geo- 
graphy, history, &c. 12 Queenstreet — house, 
36 George street 

Christie, Captain T., R.N., 16 Hope street 

Christie, Wm. cabinetmaker, Victoria terrace 
— house 398 Castle hill 

Christie, William, 22 Scotland street 

Christie, William, printer, 162 Pleasance 

Christie, William, (S. & W. C.) 14 Mitchell 
street 

Christie, W. L. 27 Hamilton place, Stock- 
bridge 

Christie, Mrs John, 25 St James' square 

Christie, Mrs, 23 Duke street 

Christie, Mrs, 14 Pitt street 

Christie, Mrs, 22 Clarence street 

Christie, Mrs, 5 Roxburgh place 

Christie, Mrs, 32 Howard place 

Christie, Miss, 30 Howard place 






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Christie, Miss Ann, dressmaker, 22 S. College 
street 

Christison, John, advocate, sheriff of Ayrshire, 
3 Great Stuart street 

Christison, Robert,profe$sor of materia medica, 
and consulting physician, 40 Moray place 

Cbrystal, Cockburn, bootmaker, 28 Hadding- 
ton place 

Cbrystal, Robert, 72 Broughton street 

Chrystie, Misses, 30 Dublin street 

Church of England Life and Fire Assu- 
rance Institution, 1 Hanover street. 

Church of Scotland Schemes Office, 22 Queen 
street 

Ciceri, J. & J. Mantica and Torre, carvers, 
gilders, and looking- glass manufacturers, 8 1 
Leith street — house, 28 Greenside street 

Circus Place School, 4 N.-E. Circus place, and 

2 Royal circus — Win. M. Begbie, rector 
City Accountant's Office, 10 Royal Exch. 
City Chamberlain's Office, 10 Royal Excb. 
City Chambers, 10 Royal Exchange 
City Clerks' Office, 10 Royal Exchange 
City of Edin. Paving Board, 46 George street 

— David Murray, collector and treasurer 
City of Glasgow Life Assurance Co. 21 St 
Andrew sq. — Rob. Balfour, sec. — See Adv. 
City of Glasgow Bank, 12 Hanover street — 
William Bain, manager — sub-offices, 60 
Grassmarket, 8 Hunter square 
City Poor-Rates office, City Parish, 4 Forrest 

road 
City Procurator-Fiscal's office, 10 Royal Ex- 
change 
Clapperton, John, & Co. wholesale and retail 

woollen drapers, 371 High street 
Clapperton, Alex. 15 Clerk street 
Clapperton, Jas. ( Wishart §• C), Williamfield 
Clapperton, M. J. grocer, 31 Upper Gray 

street 
Clapperton, Thomas, 12 Teviot row 
Clapperton, Wm. R. (J. C. §■ Co.), 11 Salis- 
bury place 
Clapperton, Mrs Alex. 29 Drummond place 
Clapperton, Mrs James, Williamfield 
Clapperton, Miss, 1 West Claremont street 
Clark and Beatson, furnishing ironmongers, 

24 Howe street 
Clark & Crawford, grocers and wine merchts. 

3 Rutland place 

Clark, Alex. (Clark §• Beatson) 6 Wharton pi. 

Clark, Andw. R. advocate, 17 Great Stuart, 
street 

Clark, Chas., S.S.C. 51 Castle street 

Clark, James, inspecting mail guard, 25 Ba- 
rony street 

Clark, James, watchmaker, 30 Fountainbridge 

Clark, Rev. John, 9 St John street 

Clark, John, 12 Forth street 

Clark, John, Venetian-blind manufacturer, 
Gay field square lane — house, 1 Windsor st. 

Clark, John, currier and leather merchant, 
Cowan's close, East Crosscausey 



Clark, John, clothier and diaper, 1 Bristo pi. 

Clark, John, letter-carrier, 69 Potterrow 

Clark, Robert, wholesale tea dealer, 36 Drum- 
mond place 

Clark, R. and R. printers, 42 Hanover street 

Clark, Robt. engraver & lithographer, 10 So. 
Hanover street — house, 20 Dublin street 

Clark, Robert (72. & R. C.) 17 E. Claremont st. 

Clark, T. & T. law-booksellers and publish- 
ers, 38 George street 

Clark, Thomas (T. 8f T. C), 12 Forth street 

Clark, Thomas, waiter, 19 Fettes row 

Clark, William, mason & slater, 19 Buccleuch 
street 

Clark, William, house-agent, 22 Carnegie 
street 

Clark, Mrs Dr, 17 Nelson street 

Clark, Mrs, 23 Scotland street 

Clark, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 12 Carnegie street 

Clark, Mrs, 17 Forth street 

Clark, Mrs, 21 Lothian street 

Clark, Mrs, milliner and dressmaker, 83-a 
George street 

Clark, Miss, 30 Royal circus 

Clark, Miss, dressmaker, 52 Broughton street 

Clark, Misses Eliza and Jane, 78-a .George st. 

Clark, Misses, Isla Cottage, Dick pi. Grange 

Clarke, Ralph, Meadow lodge, Meadows 

Clarke, Thos. D. gentleman's sick nurse and 
waiter, 3 Saunders' st. 

Clarkson, Alexander, agent, 34 London street 

Clarkson,Eben., M.D.,E.I.C.S. 20 Broughton 
place 

Clarkson, John, builder, 7 Spittal street 

Clarkson, Robert, Ferniehill cottage 

Clarkson, William, 7 Spittal street 

Clarkson, Mrs, 34 London street 

Clason, James H. 10 Buccleuch place 

Clason, Rev. Patrick, D.D. 22 George sq. 

Classen, Henry, ( Van B. # C.) 6 N. Fort st. 

Clay, John, smith and ironmonger, N. Pitt st. 

Clazy, Geo. city missionary, 18 Meadow pi. 

Cleghorn, George, and Co. china and glass 
warehouse, 47 North Hanover st. — house, 
Eden hermitage, Morningside 

Cleghorn, John, spirit dealer, carriers' quar- 
ters, 100 Grassmarket 

Cleghorn, Thos. advocate, sheriff of Argyle- 
shire, 26 Queen street 

Cleghorn, Wm. spirit dealer, Tyne Castle 

Cleghorn, Mrs, Stonefield, Canaan 

Cleghorn, Miss, 40 Castle street 

Cleghorn, Miss Jane, Berlin and fancy ware- 
house, 66 George street 

Cleland, W. and J., blacksmiths, Water of 
Leith 

Cleland, John, M.D., 5 Pitt street 

Cleland, T. F. teacher, John Watson's in- 
stitution 

Cleland, Mrs Wm. 7 Malta terrace 

Cleland, Mrs, 5 Pitt street 

Clephane, H. painter, paper-hanger, and 
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Clephane, Mrs, 15 Buccleuch street 
Clephen, George, spirit and victual dealer, 120 

Rose street 
Clerihew, Peter, lodgings, 3 Albany street 
Clerk, Samuel, accountant, 18 Duncan st. 
Cleugh, John C. (Mackay, Cunningham, §• 

Co.), 9 Newington terrace 
Cleugh, Miss Eliza, 3 Rutland square 
Clinkscales, Robert, linen-draper, 168 High 

street — house, 24 St Patrick square 
Clunas, A. coal mercht. 7 W. Newington pi. 
Clunes, Jas. {Mercury Office), 33 Parkside st. 
Clunes, W., letter-carrier, 2S South Back 

Canongate 
Clunie, John, 86 South bridge 
Clyde and Forth Steam Shipping Company, 

1 Commercial place — John Bennet, agent 
Clydesdale Banking Co. Royal Exchange — 

James Greenhill, manager 
Clydesdale Dairy Co. 76 Northumberland st. 

— James Christie, dairyman 
Coast Guard Office, Leith and Clyde district, 

Elizafield house, North Leith 
Coates, Mrs Thomas, 11 Calton hill 
Cobb, Robert, waiter, 54 Cumberland street 
Cobban, Mrs, 25 Raeburn place 
Cobbold, Charles, Broughton park 
Cobham, M. professor of the pianoforte and 

singing, 38 India street 
Cobley, William T. gold-beater, Sim's court, 

Calton hill — house, 5 
Cochrane, Alex., assistant superintendent 

Newington cemetery 
Cochrane, Andrew, 14 Brandon street 
Cochrane, Henry, assistant superintendent, 

Dairy Cemetery 
Cochrane, Henry, Railway inn, Haymarket 
Cochrane, James, 1 Janetield place, Leith 
Cochrane, Jn. mast and block maker, 29 Com- 
mercial place — ho. 13 Cromwell st. Leith 
Cochrane, John, tin-plate worker and gas- 
fitter, 48 Kirkgate 
Cochrane, John, china merchant, 27 West 

Preston street 
Cochrane, Jn., M.D. surgeon and apothecary, 

503 Lawnmarket — ho. 17 Argyle square 
Cochrane, John, wine and spirit merchant, 23 

Elm row — house, 4 Montgomery street 
Cochrane, Robt. & John, coach builders, 35 

Bread street 
Cochrane, Paterson, & Co. corn factors and 

general com. agents, 20 Constitution street 
Cochrane, Robt. H. grocer, 280 Canongate 
Cochrane, Thomas, P. T. Mission, 5 Craig- 

aide place 
Cochrane, Wm. G. {Cochrane, Paterson, § 

Co.), The Hermitage, Leith links 
Cochrane, Wm. tailor and clothier, 11 Kirk- 
gate — house, 141 
Cochrane, Mrs, 5 Randolph place 
Cochrane, Mrs, 2 Rankeillor place 
Cochrane & Allan, milliners and dressmakers, 

5 Clerk street 



Cochrane, Miss, 35 York place 

Cockburn and Co., 89 Constitution st. Leith 

Cockburn, Alexander, 12 Walker street 

Cockburn, Alex, cowfeeder, 208 Canongate 

Cockburn, A. D. Coates house 

Cockburn, A. goldsmith and jeweller, 3 Fre- 
derick street 

Cockburn, Dr, 20 Great Stuart street 

Cockburn, James, fruit merchant, 1 Lindsay 
place, & 19 Bristo st. — house, 3 Chapel st. 

Cockburn, J., and Campbell, wine merchants, 
32 St Andrew square 

Cockburn, John, 5 Doune terrace 

Cockburn, John, keeper, Roy ul Society, Royal 
Institution 

Cockburn, J. & G. tea, wine, and spirit mer- 
chants, 21 S. Castle st. & 3 India st. 

Cockburn, P. cowfeeder, 25 Arthur street 

Cockburn, Peter, cowfeeder, 30 Duke street, 
Leith, and 107 Kirkgate 

Cockburn, R. L. baker, 27 Dean street 

Cockburn, Mrs C. cap maker, 13 Bank street 

Cockburn, Miss, 1 Albyn Place 

Cockburn, Misses, 4 Castle street 

Cockson, Mrs, India shawl and lace darner, 
22 Society 

Coghill, D. 4 Portland terrace, Leith 

Coghill, J. pay-sergeant & storekeeper, Royal 
Mid- Lothian Yeo. Cavalry, 5 St Cuthbert's 
glebe, Lothian road 

Cohen, Simon Benjamin, jeweller and gene- 
ral dealer, 9 Leith street terrace 

Cohen, S. dealer in watches and watch mate- 
rials, 5 Leith street terrace 

Colcleuch, Mrs, 7 London Btreet 

Colden, John, and Son, wrights and under- 
takers, Morrison street — ho. 7 Tobago st. 

Colden, M. & J. milliners, dress and straw 
hat makers, 7 Tobago street 

Coldstream, John, M.D., F.R.C.P. 51 York pi. 

Coldstream, Mrs, ] Windsor street 

Coldwell, James, smith, Mary place — house, 
11 Hermitage place 

Coleman, Charles, 28 London street 

Coles, Edward R,, 100 Causeyside, (Royal 
Engineer department) 

Colingam, John, baker, 41 Bridge street 

Collector's office, Daniel Inglis, collector, 
Canongate poor-rates, Council chambers, 
163 Canongate — house, 2 Reid's court 

Collector's office, West Kirk poor-rates, 1 
Rutland street 

Collector's office, Land and Assessed Taxes, 
Property & Income Tax office, 6 Waterloo pi. 

Collector's office, Police, Prison, & Regis- 
tration Assessments, Police chambers, High 
street 

Collector's office, Police Assessment, 110 
Constitution street, Leith 

Collector's office, S. Leith poor rates, prison 
assesst. & road money, 59 Constitution st. 

Colledge, Ross, & Co. silk mercers, shawl- 
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Colledge, William, surgeon, 1 Springfield 
Collett, Mrs A. B. 5 St Bernard's row 
Collie, D. R. & Son, printers and publishers, 
19 St David street — ho. 51 Hope park end 
Collie, D. {Com. Bank), 32 Dundas street. 
Collie, D. R.jun., printer, 89 Causeyside 
Collier, John, tailor, 14 Heriot pi. Lauriston 
Collins, E. & Son, joiners, upholsterers, and 
cabinet-makers, 110 Rose street — house, 26 
Frederick street 
Collins, Joseph, professor of music, 2 Wind- 
sor street 
Colonial Life Assurance Co. 5 George street. 

— See Adv. 
Colquhoun, James, M.D., H.E.I.C.S. 24War- 

riston crescent 
Colquhoun, John, 1 Royal terrace 
Colquhoun, Peter, grocer, 70 Cumberland st. 
Colquhoun, Miss, 11 Torphichen street 
Colquhoun, Miss, of Luss, 10 Melville street 
Colterjohn, Wilhelm, Hamburgh Refresh- 
ment Rooms, 41 Shore 
Coltherd, John, dairy, 16 Cumberland street 
Colston & Son, printers, &c. 80 Rose street — 

house, 8 West Salisbury place 
Colston, Alex. (C. and Sun), 8 Salisbury place 
Colston, James (C.and Son), 8 Salisbury place 
Colville, Mrs, 100 Lauriston place 
Colville, Misses, 7 Rankeillor street 
Colvin, George (Drybrough 8f Co.), 12 Beau- 
mont place 
Comb, David, coal merchant, 19 Tobago street 
Combe, Ree, & Co. corn factors, 19 Constitu- 
tion street 
Combe, Char. T.( Combe, Ree, % Co.), 36 York pi. 
Combe, J. S., M.D., F.R.C.S.E. 36 York pi. 
Combe, Matthew, tailor, 13 North bridge 
Combe, Robert, upholsterer, 30 Hanover st. 
Combe, Robt. shoemaker, 22 Dundas street 
Combe, Mrs G., 45 Melville street 
Combe, Misses, 7 Morrison street 
Commercial Bank of Scotland, George st., 
30 Grassmarket, 100 South Bridge, and 24 
Constitution street, Leith 
Commissary Office, Exchequer Chambers, 
Parliament sq. — Wm. Alexander, W.S. 
clerk — Thomas Ingiis, depute 
Common, Robert, Park place house 
Common, Wm. candlemaker, 1 Gayfield place 
Compositors' Society — W. Ross, 2 Parkside 

street, clerk 
Compton, Mrs, 9 Salisbury place 
Compton, Miss, establishment for young 

ladies, 9 Salisbury place 
Comrie, Mrs, 56 Clerk street 
Comrie, Mrs, 27 Rutland street 
Comyns, Rev. Philip J., St Mary's Catholic 

church, Broughton street 
Conacher, John, auctioneer and appraiser, 

100 Victoria street — ho. 14 Bristo street 
Conacher, Misses, 72 Northumberland street 
Condamine & Drummond, wine merchants, 
4 Duke street, Leith 



Condamine & Co. wine mers., 4 Duke st. Leith 

Condamine, R. de la, 28 Broughton place 

Conned, Prof. Arthur, 19 Howard place 

Connell, Christopher James, 22 Inverleith row 

Connell, James, 38 Melville street 

Connell, James, Procurator - fiscal's office, 
County buildings— ho. 2 M'Kenzie place 

Connell, Jn. shoemaker, 40 Old Fishmarket cl. 

Connell, William, and Co. coach and harness 
makers, 6 Richmond pi. — ho. 47 Bristo st. 

Connell, Mrs, 6 Union street 

Conning, Alex. jun. flesher, 7 Deanhaugh st. 

Conning, Peter, 59 Cumberland street 

Connolly, James S. printer, 7 Park street 

Connolly, Ross, watch-dealer, &c. 101 High st. 

Connolly, Thomas, broker, 261 Cowgate 

Connolly, Miss Margaret, dressmaker, 50 
Buccleuch street 

Connor, C. mission. U. P. C. 27 Parkside st. 

Conochie, J. (G. P.-O.) 10 Mid. Arthur pi. 

Conochie, Wm. (G. P.-O.) 10 Arthur street 

Conquergood, Misses, milliners and dress- 
makers, 37 George street 

Consistorial Clerk's Office, Parliament ho. 

Constable, E. shawl, crape, and dress cleaner, 
56 Lothian street 

Constable, Thomas, printer to her Majesty, 
11 Thistle st. — house, 29 Royal terrace 

Constable, Thomas, and Co. publishers, 13 
Thistle street 

Consul, American, J.M'Dowell,3Leopo]d pi. 

Consul, Belgian, John M. Mitchell, 2 Dock 
place, Leith 

Consul, Brazilian, H. Denovan,24 Commer- 
cial place 

Consul, General Danish, Wm. Marshall, 26 
Constitution street, Leith 

Consul, Danish Vice, James L. B. Yule, 26 
Constitution street 

Consul, Hanseatic Vice, A. Robinow, 25 
Constitution street, Leith 

Consul, Mecklenburg, Peter Taysen, 14 Con- 
stitution street 

Consul, Netherlands & Hanover, Alexander 
Paterson, 9 Bernard street, Leith 

Consul, Oldenburg, Henry Denovan, 24 
Commercial place 

Consul, Portuguese, Wm. Muir, Wet Docks 

Consul, Prussian, J. G. Thomson, IS 
S. St Andrew street, Edinburgh, and 27 St 
Andrew street, Leith 

Consul, Prussian Vice, A. W. Beda, 10 Dock 
place 

Consul, Russian, David Thorn, 28 Constitu- 
tion street 

Consul, Sardinian Vice, Jos. Ranpini, 10 
Gloucester place 

Consul, Spanish, Jas. Gordon, 2 Baltic st. 

Consul, Swedish and Norwegian, T. Hut- 
chinson, Railway buildings, Citadel 

Conway, John (31. Conway §■ Co.) 6 High st. 

Conway, Michael, & Co. tailors & clothiers, 4 
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Conway, Mrs, 53 Lothian street 
Cook, W. & J., W.S. 32 Abercromby place 
Cook, Alex. Shank, advocate, 35 Great King st. 
Cook, Alex, carter, Albany st. cottage, Leith 
Cook, John (W.SfJ. C), 11 Great King st. 
Cook, John, 47 Cumberland street 
Cook, M. and J. hatters, 10 Nicolson street 
Cook, Walter, 25 Drummond place 
Cook, Mrs, Claremont park 
Cooke, Adam (Inlund Rev.) 71 Clerk street 
Cooke, James, 10 Comely bank 
Cooke, James, music and musical instrument 
seller, 21 West Register street — house, 24 
Green side place 
Cooke, Mrs, teacher of pianoforte and singing, 

24 Greenside place 
Cooper, Alex, carver and gilder, 12 Constitu- 
tion street — house, 6 Baltic street 
Cooper, A. haircutter & perfr. 19 Downie pi. 
Cooper, Chas. secretary, St Cuthbert's Lodge 

of Free Gardeners, 30 St James' square 
Cooper, David, accountant, 17 St James' st. 
Cooper, Hunter, grocer, 1 West Norton place 
Cooper, Jas. boot and shoem. 5 High terrace 
Cooper, Robert, lodgings, 13 Albany street 
Cooper, Thos. & Co. button factor and whole- 
sale warehousemen, &c. 1 & 2 So. bridge, 
& 2 No. bridge 
Cooper, Thomas {C. &f Co.), 8 Blacket pi. 
Cooper, Thomas, silversmith, 2 Swinton row 

— house, 20 Barony street 
Cooper, Wm. teacher of writing, arithmetic, 

and book-keeping, 10 George street 
Cooper, William, of Failford, 7 Eton terrace 
Cooper, Wm. cowfeeder, 3 Sheriff brae 
Cooper, Mrs Wm. hotel and tavern-keeper, 

23 Fleshmarket close 
Cooper, Mrs, 3 Portland place 
Cooper, Mrs, 126 Lauriston place 
Cooper, Miss Hannah, Lord Russell place 
Copenhagen Steam Packet Office — John 

Inkster, 34 Bernard street 
Copestake, Moore, & Co. lace manufacturers, 

15-a Princes street 
Copland, Geo. tea merchant, 5 Picardy place 
Copland, Harry Y. D. 27 Stafford street 
Copland, R. T. tailor and clothier, 37 North 

Frederick street 
Corbett, Wm. surg.-dentist, 53 Frederick st. 
Corbett, William, spirit mercht.2 Infirmary st. 
Corbett, Mrs J. lodgings, 14 Cumberland st. 
Cork, W. and T. glass dealers, glaziers, and 

horticultural builders, 51 N. Hanover st. 
Corlett, Miss, 38 Dublin street 
Cormack, Alex, constable, Granton pier 
Cor mack, D. Comely Green house 
Cormack, David, S.S.C. and accountant, and 
agent for the Law Life Assurance Society 
of London, 33 York place — See Adv. 
Cormack, Mrs, 1 Meadow place 
Cornelius, Alex, jeweller, goldsmith, watch- 
maker, and artist in hair, 80 George street 
Corner, J. wood engraver, 10 Brighton street 



Corner, John, tailor and clothier, 79 George 
street — house, 136 George street 

Corner, Miss Mary, lady body-belt and stay- 
maker, 161 Rose street 

Cornet, Mrs, lodgings, 33 Cumberland street 

Cornillon,HypoliteW., S.S.C. 61 Lauriston pi. 

Corns, Wm. bookbinder, stationer, & envelope 
manufacturer, 14 North St Andrew st. — 
house, 2 Elm row 

Cornwall, James, F.R.C.S. 6 West Circus pi. 

Cornwall, James, 6 Bellevue terrace 

Corrie, Mrs, 25 Melville street 

Corson, Mrs, dress and mantle maker, 5 
North St James' street 

Cosens, Peter, advocate, 70 Great King st. 

Cosens, Mrs, 70 Great King street 

Cossar, G. {Bank of Scotland), 4 Frederick st. 

Cossar, William, coach-hirer, Regent ter. lane 

Cottam, David, compositor, 32 Jamaica street 

Cotton, George & Son, tobacconists to the 
royal household, 23 Princes street 

Cotton, J. & Co. agents, 14 North Bank street 

Cotton, George, S.S.C. 7 Queen street 

Cotton, George (G. C. and Son), 71 Bristo st. 

Cotton, Geo. tobacco manufac. 231 High st. 

Cotton, James, 231 High street — house, 10 
Buccleuch place 

Cotton, John, snuff manufacturer, 122 Princes 
street— house, 15 Union street 

Cotton, Wm. (G. C. §• Son), 11 Blacket pi. 

Cotton, Mrs James W. 47 York place 

Coubrough, John, grocer and spirit merchant, 
19 Greenside street 

Council Chambers, 10 Royal Exchange 

CouNciLChambers, Leith, 107 Constitution st. 

County Fire Office — T. E. Trotter, 73 
George street, agent 

County Police Office, County hall, Edin- 
burgh, and Bathfield cottage, Leith 

County Prison Board, 46 George st. (David 
Murray, accountant, clerk to the Board) 

Coupar, Donald, (late) Coast Guard office 
Amifield 

Couper, C. Tennant, advocate, 44 Moray pi. 

Couper, J. ( Wm. C. Sf Son), I London street 

Couper, Wm. H. writer, 4 Pitt street, Leith 

Couper, Wm. & Son, bootmakers, 6 St An- 
drew square 

Couper, Mrs, grocer, 5 Duncan street 

Couper, Miss, dress and straw-bonnet maker, 
7 Barony street 

Couper, J. & A. dressmakers, 23 Rose street 

Courant Printing & Publishing Office, 188 
High street 

Court, John, S.S.C. 21 George square 

Cousin, David, architect and city superinten- 
dent, City chambers — house, 7 Greenhill 
gardens 

Cousin, Geo. surveyor and valuator of build- 
ings, 12 Royal Exchange — ho. Sunnyside, 
Bruntsfield Links 

Cousin, J. cabinetmaker, 101 Hope park end 

Cousin, John, builder, 56 Cumberland st. 



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Cousland, John, 9 Grove street 

Cousland, Mrs, 1 Clerk street 

Couston, D. 52 Charlotte street, Leith 

Couston, James, merchant, 36 Sheriff brae 

Coutie, Wm. boot and shoemaker, 235 High st. 

Coutts, Charles, spirit dealer, lOGibb's entry 

Coutts, Jas. spirit merchant, 3 N. Melville pi. 

Coventry, Andrew, advocate, 29 Moray place 

Coventry, Rev. George, of Shanwell, 33 Mel- 
ville street 

Coventry, .Tame?, C.A. 33 Melville street 

Cowan & Co. paper makers, stationers, and 
vellum binders, IT Princes st. — counting- 
house, West Register street 

Cowan & Strachan, silk mercers, &c. 15 
Princes street 

Cowan, Alexander O., M.D., 30 Royal terrace 

Cowan, Alex. D. silver plater and saddlers' 
ironmonger, 433 Lawnmarket — house, 26 
Bristo street 

Cowan, Charles, ironmonger, 136 High street 

Cowan, Charles, 32 Royal terrace 

Cowan, David {Hunter, Blair, and C), 17 
Moray place 

Cowan, Geo., M.D. surgeon, 30 Clerk street 
— house, 14 Rankeillor street 

Cowan, Geo. razor paste and furniture oil 
manufacturer, 1 S.-W. Circus place 

Cowan, George H. surgeon, 49 S. Clerk st. 

Cowan, Hugh, advocate, 4 Aiuslie place 

Cowan, James ( Co wan Sf Co.), 33 Royal ter. 

Cowan, Jas., gardener, Croft-an-Righ House 

Cowan, John, flesher, 27 Middle market 

Cowan, Lord, 4 Ainslie place 

Cowan, Robert, W.S. 9 Carlton terrace 

Cowan, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 1 
Bristo port 

Cowan, Walter, 24 Drummond place 

Cowan, William, jun. 41 Lothian st. 

Cowan, William, brassfounder and gas meter 
maker, 60 Buccleuch street 

Cowan, Wm. wood engraver and draftsman, 
15 St James' square 

Cowan, Wm. 2 Montpelier 

Cowan, Mrs, 9 Carlton terrace 

Cowan, Mrs, 30 Royal terrace 

Cowan, Mrs, lodgings, 130 Canongate 

Cowan, Miss, 112 Nicolson street 

Cowey, Mrs Wm. 3 Gay field place 

Cowie, James, joiner and cabinet-maker, 1 
Fyfe place — ho. 19 Pilrig Model Buildings 

Cowie, Thomas, grocer, 23 S. College st. 

Cowieson, Peter, printseller, stationer, and 
general warehouseman, a-39 Lothian street 
— house, 112 Lauriston place 

Cowieson, Miss W., dealer in toys, 3 North- 
west Circus place 

Cownie, David, clothier, 6 West Preston st. 

Cownie, Wm. & Sons, clothiers, 63 South 
bridge 

Cowpar, Misses, 1 Scotland street 

Cowper, A. 22 Coates crescent 

Cowper, Charles 1ST. writer, 35 Alva street 



Cowper, William, 6 Union street 

Cowper, M. and A. corset & belt makers, 56 

George street 
Coxe, James, 9 Atholl crescent 
Cox, Robert, W.S. 25 Rutland street 
Cox, Rev. William J. 5 Lutton place 
Cox, Wm. envelope maker, black borderer, 

&c. 2 Greenside place 
Coxson, James, grocer, 100 Abbey hill, and 

6 Baxter's place 
Coyne, R. land and engineering surveyor and 

valuator, 17 Cheyne street 
Crabbie, J. & Co., merchts., 40 S. Great Junc- 
tion road, Leith 
Crabbie, John (J. C. SfCo.), 27 Pilrig street 
Crager, Philip, 3 East Preston street 
Craig Brothers, wholesale and retail woollen 

drapers and hatters, 107 South bridge 
Craig, Christie, and Co. hat manufacturers, 

23 Potterrow 
Craig and Rose, oil merchants and drysalters, 

Anderson's place 
Craig, Arch. {Craig Brothers), 16 Blacket pi. 
Craig, Charles, baker, 2 Claremont place 
Craig, David, baker, 6 Norton place 
Craig, D. Reg. House, Kirkbank, Morningside 
Craig, David, bootmaker, 36 Lothian street 
Craig, Henry, Wardie crescent 
Craig, Jas. T. Gibson, W.S. 24 York place 
Craig, James, wine merchant and grocer, 40 

Broughton st house, 64 

Craig, Jas. grocer and wine mer. 40 Clerk st. 

— house, 17 St Patrick square 
Craig, James, distiller {M. B. 6$ Craig), 6 

West Maitland st. 
Craig, James, shoemaker, 385 Lawnmarket 
Craig, James, inspector of poor of St Cuth- 

burt's, 9 S.-E. Circus place 
Craig, John, & Co. tailors, & highland cos- 
tume makers, 3 Leith street terrace — house, 

Laverock bank — See Adv. 
Craig, John, provision merchant, 8 Catharine 

street — house, 12 Antigua st. 
Craig, John, engineer, 36 Albany street, 

Leith 
Craig, John, agent, 23 Lauriston street 
Craig, Thomas, victual dealer, 42 Broughton 

street — house, 3 Barony st. 
Craig, Mrs Jas. midwife, 10 Middle Arthur pi. 
Craig, Mrs Janet, 1 St Leonard's hill 
Craig, Mrs J. 8 Grove street 
Craig, Mrs, baby linen warehouse, 389 Lawn- 
market. 
Craig, Miss, 6 West Claremont street 
Craig, Miss, 6 Carlton street 
Craigie, Dav. M.D. physician, 28 Queen st. 
Craigie, E. H., Orchardfield, Leith walk 
Craigie, Forbes ( G.P.-O.), 8 Roxburgh ter. 
Craigie, George {G. P.-O.), 56 India street 
Craigie, Henry, W.S , Falcon hall 
Craigie, Jas. straw-bonnet manufacturer, 50 

South bridge — ho. 24 Buccleuch place 
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Craigie, Capt. Robert, district paymaster, 46 

Hanover street — house, 2 Castle terrace 
Craigie, Miss, of Dumbarnie, 17 Rutland st. 
Craik, Mrs, 1 1 Duncan street 
Cramond, Andrew, tailor, 19 Keir street 
Cramond, Miss Jane, 85 Great King street 
Cranston, John, Wight's place 
Cranston, Robt., Waverley temperance hotel, 

43 Princes st. 
Crauford, M. (Canal Co.'s office), 1 Port Hopn. 
Craven, Richard, grocer & wine merchant, 

132 Princes street 
Craven, Wm.lace merchant, 121 Princes st — 

house, Corstorphine house 
Craw, Henry, coach -hirer, 20 Charles street 
Crawford, Rev. Dr, 13 Great King street 
Crawford, Rev. David, sub-treas. and sec. 

U. P. Church, 5 Queen street — house, 

37 London street 
Crawford, David, S.S.C., Master Extra- 
ordinary in the High Court of Chancery, 4 

Pitt street 
Crawford; George, baker, 64 Rose street 
Crawford, George, jun. baker, 5 Leven street 
Crawford, Jas. jun. W.S., master extraordi- 
nary in Chancery, and commissioner Courts 

of Queen's Bench, Common Pleas, and 

Exchequer, 12 Duke street 
Crawford, James, warehouseman, 50 South 

bridge — ho. JOG Lauriston place 
Crawford, James, agent, 1 and 2 Greenmarket 
Crawford, James, boot and shoe maker, 1 St 

Bernard's place 
Crawford, James & Co. clothiers and drapers, 

11 High terrace, Leith street 
Crawford, John, Balquhatstone coal office, 8i 

Port Hopetoun, and 1 18 Princes street 
Crawford, John, & Co. grocers, wine and spirit 

merchants, 16 India place 
Crawford, John, private hotel, 43 George st. 
Crawford, John, 2 Barony street 
Crawford, John Knox, S.S.Ci 18 St Andrew 

square — house, 37 London street 
Crawford, John, governor, Orphan's Hospital 
Crawford, Nimmo, leather-cutter, 2.5 East 

Crosscausey 
Crawford, Thos. baker, 68 Kirkgate 
Crawford, Walter (Miller 8f Crawford), 61 

Clerk street 
Crawford, Wm., M.D. surgeon, 5 Mansfield pi. 
Crawford, Wm. port, painter, 33 Abercromby 

place 
Crawford, Wm. baker, 31 Shore, and 28 Leith 

street, Edinr. — house, 6b Quality street 
Crawford, Mrs D. 3 Davie street 
Crawford, Mrs, lodgings, 1 Pilrig place 
Crawford, Mrs Catharine, lodgings, 8 Hope st. 
Crawford, Mrs Margt. midwife and sicknurse, 

50 Thistle street 
Crawford, Misses, 17 Archibald place 
Crawford, Miss, 33 Dundas street 
Crawfurd, Miss, embroiderer, 26 India place 
Crease, Alex. 27 St Patrick square 



Crease, William, merchant, 6 George square 

Crease, Mrs, 1 Leven street 

Cree, James, merchant, 7 Brunton place 

Cree, Mrs Wm. 8 Smith's place 

Crerar, Alex, spirit dealer, 229 Cowgate 

Crerar, John, spirit merchant, 106 Nicolson st. 

Crerar, P. & Co. shooting establishment, 5 

Advocates' close, High street 
Cribbes, Peter, lapidary, S win ton row 
Crichton, Alex, housekeeper, Custom-house, 

Leith 
Crichton, David, carpenter and cabinetmaker, 

3 Tollcross 
Crichton, G. & M. gold and silver smiths and 

watchmakers, 55 North bridge 
Crichton, George, 1 1 Bruntsfield place 
Crichton, Hew, S.S.C. 13 Nelson street 
Crichton, H. Hamilton, W.S. 13 Nelson st. 
Crichton, J. A. advocate, 13 Nelson street 
Crichton, M. H. S Sciennes 
Crichton, W. silver plate manufr. West Thistle 

street lane, north side 
Crichton, W. 24 Buccleuch place 
Crichton, Mrs Colonel, 9 Clarence street 
Crichton, Mrs Maitland Magill, 28 Moray pi. 
Crichton, Mrs, 9 Manor place 
Crighton, David, cabinetmkr. 21 Leith wynd 
Crighton, James, grocer, tea & wine merchant, 

] Kerr street — house, 16 Dean terrace 
Crighton, John H. 1 Summerhall place 
Crighton, Mrs, 14 Bedford street 
Crighton, Mrs A. 38 Danube street 
Crighton, Mrs James, 2 Carlton street 
Croal, David, 25 Parkside street 
Croal, Geo. music teacher, 17 London street 
Croal, Robert E. (Courant Office), 8 Annan- 
dale street 
Croal, Thos. A. 2 Rankeillor place 
Croall, J. and W. coach and harness makers, 

York lane 
Croall, John, & Sons, postmasters, and funeral 

undertakers, Royal Caledonian Bazaar, 9 & 

10 Leith walk 
Croall, John, coach builder and coach proprie- 
tor, 4 Princes street, and Middlefield 
Croall, John (P. C. <§■ Son), 22 Rutland square 
Croall, Peter, & Son, coach builder, 61 Princes 

street 
Croall, William, jun. and Co. coach builders, 

17 Greenside place 
Croall, W. (J. §■ W. C), 21 Broughton street 
Croall, Mrs D. 10 Beaumont place 
Crocket, David, grocer and spirit dealer, 31 

Tobago street 
Crocket, Thomas Gowans, basket maker, 163 

High street 
Croket, General, 52 Newbank, Trinity 
Croket, Miss, 10 Lynedoch place 
Croil, Mrs A. Bellevue villa, Whitehouse 

gardens 
Crole, David, 3 Ramsay gardens 
Croley, William, pharmaceutical chemist and 

druggist, 1 Downie place 



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Croll, David, fruiterer, 61 Frederick street 
Croll, Robert, 21 Carnegie street 
Cromar, Alex, metal merch. 14 Upper Gray st. 
Crombie, Alex, of Thornton, 11 Moray place 
Crombie, Andrew, & Son, dyers, 19 Brown 

square, and Water of Leith 
Crombie, David, lodgings, 22 India street 
Crombie, John, 19 Brown sq. — ho. 90 Lauris- 

ton place 
Crombie, Robert, draper, 15 Nicolson street 
Crombie, Miss, 90 Lauriston place 
Crooks, Geo. merchant and agent for the Cale 
donian Insurance Office, 28 Constitution st. 
Crooks, Miss Isabella, embroidery warehouse, 

63 George street 
(.'room, Rev. David M. 1 Upper Gilmour pi. 
Cropper, William & Son, house painters and 

glaziers, 1 India street — house, 25 
Crosbie, Thomas, tailor, 4 East Arthur place 
Cross & Carruthers, jewellers, and dealers in 

articles of vertu, 61 Hanover street 
Crossan, W. & G. bootmakers, 87 West bow 
Crossan, Misses, milliners, 29 Broughton st. 
Crosse, George, Wight's place, 95 Causeyside 
Crouch, W. & Son, watchmaker, jeweller, and 
parcel conveyance office, agent for the Kent 
Mutual Assurance Society, and agent for 
Orerland Parcel Conveyance to India, Aus- 
tralia, and America; also parcels conveyed 
to all parts of England, Ireland, and Scot- 
land, &c, 32 North bridge — house, 11 
Lutton pi. 
Crow, Wm. tailor, 37 North bridge 
Crowe, J. tailor and clothier, 2 North bridge 
Crowe, Robert B. rector Rev. Dr Andrew 
Thomson's school, 10 Queensferry street 
— house, 5 Lothian road 
Crown Agent's Office, Parliament square — 

James Robertson, W.S. crown agent 
Crown Hotel, 10, 11, and 12 Princes street 
Crown & Anchor Hotel, 2 High terrace, 

Leith street 
Crown Life Asiurance Company, 45 George 
street— H. W. Cornillon, S.S.C., sec. for 
Scotland 
Crudelins, C. W. (Swaine $ Co.), Jessfield 

house, Newhaven road 
Cruickshank and Ronaldson, upholsterers, 

auctioneers, and appraisers, 1 M'Neil's pi. 
CruickshaDk, Alex. & Sons, hosiers, shirt 
makers, ladies', gentlemen's, and children's 
outfitters, 57 and 61 George street 
Cruickshank, Alex., Recorder and Superinten- 
dent, Recorder's Office, West Kirk 
Cruickshank, Edward, 6 West Claremont 

street 
Cruickshank, Jas. surgeon, 4 Nelson street 
Cruickshank, John, Broughton cottage, 33 

Broughton place 
Cruickshank, William, 17 Cannon st. Leith 
Cruickshank, Mrs John, 3 Wallace place 
Cruickshank, Mrs Thomas, 7 Albany street, 
Leith 



Cruickshank, Miss, 6 Duncan st. Newington 
Cullen, Rev. G. D. 28 Royal terrace 
Cullen, John, W.S. 34 York place 
Cullen, Thomas, surveyor of taxes, 6 Water- 
loo place 
Cullen, Mrs James, 2 Lynedoch place 
Cullen, Mrs, 30 Pitt street 
Cullens, Alexander, 22 Pitt street 
Cumming, Boswall, late supervisor of Inland 

Revenue, 8 Roxburgh street 
Cumming, Charles, M.D. 17 London st. 
Cumming, James, LL.D., H.M. Inspector of 

Schools, 20 Pilrig street 
Cumming, James, wholesale wine and spirit 
mercht. 7 Grassmarket — ho. 48 Gilmore pi. 
Cumming, James (B. L. Co.'s Bank), 6 St 

Vincent street 
Cumming, John, tobacconist, 10 St Vincent st. 
Cumming, Tlios. & Son, trunk, portman- 
teau, and packing-box makers, Market st. 
Cumming, William, M.D., F.R.C.P.E. 18 

Ainslie place 
Cumming, William, Bell's mills cottage 
Cumming, Mrs Dr, 1 Rankeillor street 
Cumming, Hon. Mrs Leslie, 44 Queen street 
Cumming, Mrs, midwife, 38 Brunswick st. 
Cumming, Mrs, lodgings, 4 Maitland street 
Cumming, Miss, 31 Minto street 
Cummings, Mrs, hotel, 3 St Cuthbert's glebe, 

Lothian road 
Cundell, Joseph, agent, British Linen Co. 

48 Bernard street, Leith 
Cuningham & Co. wine merchants, 17 Clyde 
st. (late 38 Blair st.) — ho. 86 Gt. King st. 
Cuningham, Alex, secretary, Northern Light- 
houses, 84 George st. — ho. 17 Coates cres. 
Cuningham, And^jun. wright, 58 Tolbooth 

wynd — house, 49 Charlotte street, Leith 
Cuningham, John, plumber and gasfitter, 45 

Bernard street 
Cuningham, W. A. 86 Great King street 
Cuningham, Mrs, 7 Inverleith row 
Cuningham, Mrs, 3 Pitt street, Bonnington 
Cuningham, Miss, 86 Great King street" 
Cuninghame, Mrs, 23 Moray place 
Cuninghame, Miss, 3 Raeburn place 
Cunning, William, smith and ironmonger, 38 
Queen street — house, 9 S.-E. Circus place 
Cunningham & Marshall, wine merchants, 99 

George street 
Cunningham, Fraspr, & Co. nurserymen and 

florists, Comely bank 
Cunningham, Alex, grocer, 15 Earl Grey st. 
Cunningham, Alexander, 10 Fettes row 
Cunningham, B. & E. milliners and straw- 
hat makers, 5 Admiralty street 
Cunningham, G. of Newton, civil engineer and 
land valuator — chambers, 21 Castle street 
Cunningham, Jas., W.S. 50 Queen street 
Cunningham, James C. (J.$J. C), 88 Lau- 
riston place 
Cunningham, James, wright, 32 Elbe street 
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Cunningham, James, publisher, 369 High st. 

Cunningham, J. & J., seed, linseed cake, and 
artificial manure merchts. 102 West bow 

Cunningham, John, 1 Hailes street 

Cunningham, Jn. (Signet Library),^ Athollpl. 

Cunningham, John S. (J. SfJ. C), 2 Church' 
hill, Morningside 

Cunningham, Thomas, hat manufacturer, 61 
North bridge 

Cunningham, Thomas, tailor and clothier, 23 
St Mary's wynd 

Cunningham, William, D.D. professor ol 
theology in New College, 17 Salisbury road 

Cunningham, Mrs James, china warehouse, 19 
Howe street 

Cunningham, Mrs, 39 Melville st. 

Cunningham, Mrs Patrick, 31 Princes street 

Cunningham, Mrs W. 27 Clyde street 

Cunningham, Mrs J. S., 7 Royal terrace 

Cunningham, Mrs, 2 Haddington place 

Cunningham, Mrs, 39 Montagu street 

Cunningham, Mrs Agnes, lodgings, 6 John- 
ston place 

Cunningham, Miss, 5 Hope street 

Cunningham, Miss, Institution for the Edu- 
cation of Young Ladies, 5 Duncan street, 
Newington 

Cunninghame, Mrs of Balgonie, 4 Blacket pi. 

Cunyngham, Mrs, 25 Pilrig street 

Curie, James, pianoforte maker, Broughton 
market 

Curll, William, 15 Henderson row 

Curll, Mrs, 15 Henderson row 

Curran, Hugh, furniture dealer, 28 Blair st. 

Currer and Dickson, grocers and wine mer- 
chants, 7 Antigua street 

Currer, Adam, grocer and wine merchant, 79 
Queen street — house, 12 St Vincent street 

Currer, Mrs, 13 Montgomery street 

Currer, Misses, 3 Antigua street 

Currie & Lamb, bookbinders and stationers, 
10 Hunter square 

Currie and Co. wholesale confectioners, cho- 
colate manufacturers, and agents, 25 Geo. 
IV. Bridge 

Currie, Adam, shipmaster, 45 Tolbooth wynd, 
Leith 

Currie, Adam, grocer, 14 Kirkgate 

Currie, Alex, advocate, P. C. of Session, 43 
Heriot row 

Currie, David (C. 8f Lamb), 3 Blair st. 

Currie, Heriot, engineer, 4 Auburn place, 
North Fort street 

Currie, James, shoemaker, 114 Rose street 

Currie, Rev. James, rector, Normal Institu- 
tion, Johnston terrace 

Currie, John, furniture dealer, bazaar, 66 Cow- 
gate 

Currie, John, gardener and florist, Rosehall 

Currie, Robert, bootmaker, 76 Leith street 

Currie, Thos., spirit merchant, 14 Market st. 

Currie, Thomas D. 20 St Andrew square 
Currie, William, 102 Causeyside 



Currie, Wm. cork manufacturer, 48 Water lane 

Currie, Mr*, 65 York place 

Currie, Mrs, spirit dealer, Echo bank 

Currie, Mrs, 12 Union street 

Currie, Miss, matron, Geo. Watson's hospital 

Curriehill, Lord, 11 Wemyss place 

Curror, Adam, farmer, My reside 

Curror, David, of Wester Craigduckie, S.S.C., 

13 Young street 
Cushnie, William, Malta green cottage 
Cusine, James, 23 Bernard street, Leith 
Custom House, Commercial place, Leith 
Cuthbert, Alex. 12 Union street 
Cuthbert, Clarkson, surgeon, 8 Spence's place 
Cuthbert, Daniel, grocer and spirit dealer, 36 

Brunswick street 
Cuthbertson, A. 36 Lauriston street 
Cuthbertson, Andrew Gray, merchant, 2 Dock 
place, Leith — house, 1 Raeburn place, Edin- 
burgh 
Cuthbertson, James, spirit dealer, 4 Regent 

street, Leith 
Cuthbertson, John, 1 Randolph place 
Cuthbertson, Wm. superintendent Ed. West- 
ern Cemetery, Dean 
Cuthbertson, Wm., W.S. (Grant fy G), 66 

Northumberland street 
Cuthbertson, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 68 Rose st. 
Cuthbertson, Miss, 8 Great King street 
Cuthill, Alex, livery stables, 51 Rose street 
Czarnecki, A. commercial traveller, 3 Mon- 
tagu street 

Dahl, Abram, 12 Bonnington place, Leith 
Daily Express, and Weekly Herald Office, 

89 South bridge 
Dalchew, Carl, German refreshment rooms, 

39 Sandport street 
Dale, R. P. artist, 24 Clerk street 
Dale, Mrs Thos., shoe warehouse, 30 Jamaica 

street 
Dalgairnie, Miss, ] 1 Inverleith row 
Dalgety, Harry (Scott, Moncrieff 8f D.) 47 

Minto street 
Dalgety, Mrs Charles, 47 Minto street 
Dalgleish & Son, cork manufacturers, 5 

Drummond street 
Dalgleish and Forrest, auctioneers and furni- 
ture dealers, 4 St Andrew square — See Adv. 
Dalgleish, David, flesher and poulterer, IS 

Bread street 
Dalgleish, James, gravel merchant, 3 Murray 

street, Crosscausey 
Dalgleish, James, W.S. 14 Rutland square 
Dalgleish, Jn. head-master, the Grange House 

school 
Dalgleish, John, agent for Edmonston coal, 

North British Railway Company 
Dalgleish, John, tailor, 25 Thistle street 
Dalgleish, John, wright, 42 Pieasance — house, 

8 Roxburgh terrace 
Dalgleish, Mark, British Linen Co. Bank 
Dalgleish, Robert, flesher, 33 Fountainbridge 



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Dalgleish, Robert, Holyrood glass-works, 

South back of Canongate 
Dalgleish, Walter Scott, Grange house 
Dalgleish, William, 15 Catherine street 
Dalkeith Colliery Office, St Leonard's depot 

— George Baigrie, agent — ho. 17 Parkside 

street. — See Ado. 
Dall, Pat. R.N., 17 Howard place 
Dall, Thomas, accountant, 3 Abercromby pi. 
Dall, Win. china & glass merchant, 4 Hano- 
ver street — house, 3 Abercromby pi. 
Dallas, Mrs, 5 Maitland street 
Dalmahoy & Wood, W.S. 12 Hill street 
Dalmahoy, James, H.E.I.C.S., 9 Forres st. 
Dalmahoy, Pat. (Z>. §• Wood), 69 Queen st. 
Dalrymple, John, tea and coffee merchant, 2 

Princes street — house, 28 Gayfield square 
Dalrymple, Wiliiam, S.S.C. 1! Pitt street 
Dalrymple, Wm., W.S. 11 Pitt street — house, 

45 St Cuthbert street 
Dalrymple, Mrs Arch. 1 Mansion-house road 
Dalzell, Mrs, 2 Hamilton place, Newington 
Dalziel, Rev. George, Magdalene Asylum, 

181 Canongate 
Dalziel, George ( Gibson- Craigs, D. Sf Brodie), 

10 Regent terrace 
Dalziel, Wm. music engraver and printer, 4 

East St James' street 
Dalziel, William, grain and flour merchant, 

Quality court, Leith 
Dalziel, Mrs, Magdalene Asyl. 181 Canongate 
Dalziel, Mrs, 2 George place 
Dalziel, Miss Jane C. 5 Saxe Coburg place 
Dalziel, Miss, fishmonger, 36 Frederick street 

— house, 59 
Dalziel, Miss, 16 India street 
Danks, John, 39 St Leonard street 
Danks, William, glass, china, and rag mer- 
chant, 32 Cowgate 
Danks, Elizth. hardware mercht. 8 Bristo pi. 
Danskine, Miss, lodgings, 59 Broughton st. 
Darling, Jas. S., W.S. 64 Northumberland st. 
Darling, Robert, carter and farmer, Bank 

cottage, Leith 
Darling, Robert, coach-hirer, 49 Couper st. 
Darling, Robert, letter-carrier, Glenorchy 

land, Greenside 
Darling, T. B. 18 St Patrick square 
Darling, Wm. wine merchant and grocer, 47 

Nicolson street — house, 19 West Nicolson 

street 
Darling, Wm. stay manufacturer and general 

mercht. 94 So. bridge — house, 5 Park st. 
Darling, Wm. & Son, tailors and clothiers, 

1 Hunter square 
Darling, Mrs R. lodgings, 3 Maitland place, 

Newhaven 
Darling, Mrs, 7 Saxe Coburg place 
Darling, Miss, milliner and dressmaker, 5 

Gray's court, Nicolson street 
Darling, Miss, 17 Pitt street 
Darlington, Daniel, upholsterer, 47 Great 

King street 



Darlington, Henry, & Son, upholsterers, 5 Fre- 
derick street 

D'arcy, Miss, 18 Nelson street 

Davidson and Reid, upholsterers, cabinet- 
makers, &c. 57 Frederick street 

Davidson & Synie, W.S. 22 Castle street 

Davidson, Al. gravel depository, 16 Duke 
street, Leith 

Davidson, Alex, hairdresser, 1 St Leonard st. 

Davidson, Arch, advocate, sheriff of Aber- 
deenshire, 24 Rutland square 

Davidson, Charles, house agent, 8 Abbey hill 

Davidson, David, corn merchant, 2 Queen's 
place 

Davidson, David, spt. mercht. 283 Canongate 

Davidson, David, hotel keeper, 2 High terrace 
Leith street 

Davidson, Donald, boot & shoemaker, 99 
Princes street 

Davidson, Donald, agent, Scott's entry, Brown 
square 

Davidson, Eben. ship and insurance broker 
and commission merchant, 31 Commercial 
place 

Davidson, Rev. George R. 17 Greenside pi. 

Davidson, James, hairdresser, 64 Abbey hill 

Davidson, James, optician and photographer 
39 South bridge 

Davidson, James, boot and shoemaker, 44 
London street 

Davidson, John, & Co. salt and colour manu- 
facturers, 24 Sheriff brae 

Davidson, John,& Co.shipbrokers and agents, 
24 Sheriff brae 

Davidson, John, 18 Duncan street, Drum- 
mond place 

Davidson, John, S.S.C. & N.P. 17 Elm row 

Davidson, John, 40 Kirkgate 

Davidson, John, 18 Meadow Place 

Davidson, Jonathan, steelyard maker, 24 Ba- 
rony street — ho. 21 Leith street 

Davidson, Laur. (D. 4' Si/me), 7 Rutland sq. 

Davidson, Major, H.E.I.C.S. Woodcroft, 
Whitehouse loan 

Davidson, Rev. Peter, 11 Dean street 

Davidson, P. M. 2 Christian bank 

Davidson, R. D. merchant, 9 Smith's place 

Davidson, Robert, teacher of music, 21 South 
Castle street 

Davidson, R. W. 8 Annandale street 

Davidson, Thos. auctioneer and appraiser, 
2 West Lauriston place 

Davidson, Wm. coffee and spice merchant, 
S.-W. Thistle st. lane— ho. 17 Elm row 

Davidson, Wm. & Co. merchants and general 
ironmongers, 120 High st. 

Davidson, Wm. {Wm.D §■ Co.) 14 London st. 

Davidson, William, bootmaker, 25 Thistle st. 

Davidson, William, grocer and wine merchant, 
20 Cassells' place 

Davidson, Mrs Alex., Catherine Bank 

Davidson, Mrs Ann, ladies' nurse, 23 Union 
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Davidson, Mrs Charles Forbes, 32 Rutland sq. 
Davidson, Mrs Jane, lodgings, 7 Forth st. 
Davidson, Mrs Janet, lodgings, 21 Leith st. 
Davidson, Mrs John, 31 Warriston crescent 
Davidson, Mrs John, 18 Duncan st. Drum- 

mond place 
Davidson, Mrs, of Muirhouse, 12 Clarence st. 
Davidson, Mrs, 13 Torphichen street 
Davidson, Mrs, 97 Nicolson st. 
Davidson, Mrs, 5 St Bernard crescent 
Davidson, Mrs C. Rosehall Cottage 
Davidson, Miss Margaret, 1 1 Forres street 
Davidson, Miss Sophia, 3 Danube street 
Davidson, Miss, 21 Montagu street 
Davidson, Miss, 2 West Newington 
Davidson, Miss, dressmaker, 19 Home street 
Davidson, Miss, dressmaker, 44 London st. 
Davidson, Misses, 58 North Castle street 
Davie, Duncan, chimney sweep, 59 Brough- 

ton street 
Davie, John, shoemaker, 18 S. College street 
Davie, Thomas, spirit dealer, 34 Giles' street 
Davies, Thos. civil engineer and architect, 1 

Banner place, Morningside 
Davies, Wm. H. spirit dealer, 1 Montagu st. 
Davis, Philip, 72 Great King street 
Davis, Wm. Arthur, 2 Helen place, Leith 
Davis, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 24 Bristo street 
Davison, John, tailor, 6 Roxburgh place 
Davison, Samuel Dobson (H. and Co.), 21 

Charlotte street, Leith 
Dawson, Thomas, 6 York place 
Dawson, Wm. wholesale and retail stationer, 

lithographer, and engraver, 21 Nicolson 

street — house, 7 Hill place 
Dawson, William, shirt maker & hosier, 59 

Clerk street 
Day, J. sub-inspector of poor, Whitfield lane 
Dea, George, grocer and spirit dealer, 57 

High street 
Deaf and Dumb Institution, Henderson row 

— Charles Rhind, principal 
Deaf & Dumb place of worship, 58 Bruns- 
wick street 
Dean Bank Institution — Miss Whiteford, 

matron 
Dean of Guild's Office, City Chambers, 10 

Royal Exchange— R. Morham, clerk 
Dean, John (Sasine Office), 2 Lauriston ter. 
Dean, John, bricklayer and furnace builder, 

— yard, Lothian road — house, G Spittal st. 
Deans, David, 21 Broughton street 
Deans, Robert, draper, 8 South St David st. 
Deans, Mrs, 14 Henderson row 
Dear, Wm. supervisor (5 District In. Rev.), 

2 Hades' street 
Deamess, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 38 India place 
Deas, Lord, 3 Moray place 
Deas, Joseph, 1 Scotland street 
Deas, Thomas, tailor, 90 Rose street 
Deas, Mrs Colonel, 3 Pitt street 
De Bourgh, Thos. James, land-surveyor and 
geographer, Orchardfield, Leith walk 



D'Egville, Made, teacher of dancing, 50 Fre- 
derick street 

De Flandre, M. teacher of French, 4 York pi. 

Dejay, Calixte Grelicb, hotel, 100 Princes st. 

De Lisle, Robert, of Acton, 14 Duke street 

De L'Or, Mrs, 1 6 Stafford street 

Dempster, Geo. spirit dealer, 4 Annfield, New- 
haven 

Dempster, Miss, 112 Lauriston place 

Denham, Geo. H. seed mercht. 5 Nicolson St. 

Denham, Jas. confectioner, 31 Earl Grey st. 
— house 29 

Denham, Mrs, 3 Lauriston lane 

Denholm, James, boot-tree and last maker, 
Gilmore street, Paul's work 

Denholm, Junes, blacksmith, Morningside 

Denholm, Patrick Dalmahoy, road contractor, 
9 Antigua street 

Denholm, Mrs J. chim. -sweep, 19 Semple st. 

Denman, Temple Lorraine, and Co., bank- 
ing, legal, and foreign stationers, 4 Nicol- 
son square 

Dennes W. provision dealer, 9 Couper street 

Dennistoun, Mrs, 14 Royal circus 

Denovan Brothers, ship and insurance brokers, 
and agents for F. P. Denovan, Grangemouth, 
11 Dock place 

Denovan, F. P. (Denovan Brothers'), 36 
Bernard street, Leith 

Denovan, Henry & Co. com.-merchts. ship and 
insurance brokers, 24 Commercial place 

Deseret, Phineas, writer, 4 Eastfield 

Destitute Sick Society, John M'Culloch 
(British Linen Co.), treasurer, 11 Duke st. 

Deuchar, John, of Morningside 

Deuchar, Lieut. Pat., R.N. 2 Henderson row 

Deuchar, Robt. solicitor, 2 Nicolson square 

Deuchar, Mrs Alex. 2 Henderson row 

Deuchar, Miss E. R. miniature painter and 
teacher of drawing, Lauriston house 

Deuchar, Misses, boarding and day school, 
Lauriston houee 

Devine, Peter,miniature painter, 3 Rutland sq. 

Dewar & Co. wine and spirit merchants, 
1 Kirkgate 

Dewar, Alex. (D. and Co.), 2 Thomson's pi. 

Dewar, Alex. Cumming, Lieut.- Col. 26 Rut- 
land street. 

Dewar, Alex. bootrar. 23 St Andrew st. Leith 

Dewar, Archibald, 41 Bristo street 

Dewar, Eb. (Dewar and Co.), Bonnington 
bank, Leith 

Dewar, Francis, auctioneer and appraiser, 42 

George street 
Dewar, George, cabinet turner, 29 Horse 

wynd — house; 97 Nicolson street 
Dewar, Hugh Bruce (Duncan fy D.), 37 In- 

verleith row 
Dewar, John, lodgings, 8 Forres street 
Dewar, John, bootmaker, 12 South St David 

street 
Dewar, John, flesher, 117 Grassmarket 
Dewar, Jn. F. bird dealer, 19 Heriot buildings 



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Dewar, P. spirit mercht. 34 Candlemaker row 

— house, 7 Brighton street 
Dewar, P. coach proprietor, E. Dublin st. lane 
Dewar, S. bootmaker, 6 Parkskle street 
Dewar, Win. teacher of dancing, 59 South br. 
Dewar, Mrs H. M. 67 Great King street 
Dewar, Mrs John, 140 Princes street 
Dewar, Mrs, 7 Brighton street 
Dewar, Mrs, 37 Melville street 
Dewar, Miss Isabella, 10 West Preston street 
Dibilin, Henry Edward, teacher of the harp, 

piano, and organ, 4 South Frederick street 

— house, Flodden lodge, Banner place, Mor- 

ningside 
Dick, Alexander M. 6 Huntly street 
Dick, A. carver & gilder, 92 Princes street 
Dick, Abercromby Robert, advocate, 5 Rut- 
land place 
Dick, Charles, brewer, 263 Cowgate — house, 

3 Salisbury road 
Dick, David, 11 Archibald place 
Dick, James, tailor & clothier, 55 Hanover st 

— house, 40 Princes street 
Dick, James, ( W. Taylor and Co. Leitk), 13 

Annandale street 
Dick, James (J. T. Rse <fc Co."s Office), 21 

Couper street 
Dick, James, Lomond villa, Ferry road 
Dick, John, spirit dealer, 11 Dock st. 
Dick, John, plumber, 59 Albany street — house, 

58 Broughton street 
Dick, John, treasurer George Heriot's Hospital, 

Craighouse, Morningside 
Dick, John, City and Dean of Guild officer, 

City Chambers — house, 5 N. James' st. 
Dick, John, plumber, 133 Rose st. — ho. 165 
Dick, John, spirit dealer, 4 Church lane 
Dick, R., ship-broker, Middle Dock Gates- 
house, Bonnington mount 
Dick, Robert, 2 Hope Park square 
Dick, Thomas, tailor, Silvermills 
Dick, Thomas, cowfeeder, 9 Bedford street 
Dick, Thomas, engraver, 13 Hill place 
Dick, Thomas, 13 Downie place 
Dick, Wm. veter. surgeon to the Queen, and 

professorof veterinary medicine, Veterinary 

College, 8 Clyde street 
Dick, Wm. grocer & spirit dealer, 17 Dean st. 
Dick, "Wm. (Sun Fire Office) 40 Princes st. 
Dick, Wm., china and stoneware merchant, 

7 Couper street, Leith 
Dick, Miss Ann, straw-bonnet maker, 14 

Downie place 
Dick, Miss Jane, grocer, 14 So. Richmond st. 
Dick, Miss Janet, 13 Pitt street 
Dick, Miss M. dressmaker, 148 Rose street 
Dick, Misses H. & J. milliners, straw-hat 

makers, and muslin printers, 55 George st. 
Dick, Misses, dressmakers, 35 Hanover st. 
Dickenson, Miss, 27 Montague street 
Dickie, Alexander, 16 Wright's houses 
Dickie, H. D. manager Caledonian Insurance 

Co. 3 Ann street 



Dickie, John, officer Royal College of Surgeons 
Dickie, W. wig maker, hair-cutter, and per- 
fumer, 69 Nicolson street 
Dickie, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 15 Jamaica street 
Dickie, Miss, 14 Dean terrace 
Dickinson, George, clothier, 1 4 Drummond st. 
Uickins, Mrs, straw-bonnet manufactory, 39 

Clerk street 
Dicksons & Co. nursery, seedsmen, & florists, 
1 Waterloo place — nurseries, Leith walk, 
Pilrig street, and Redbraes 
Dickson, A. grocer, 3 Elder street — house, 17 
Dickson, Alex, advocate, 18 Dean terrace 
Dickson, Alex, merchant, 2 Fort street 
Dickson, Andrew, spirit dealer, 41 Leith wynd 
Dickson, Arch. W. surgeon, 13 Northum. 6t. 
Dickson, Arthur, 2 Hill square 
Dickson, A. J-, S.S.C. 25 Dundas street 
Dickson, David, of Kilhucho and Hartree, 

advocate, 18 Dean terrace 
Dickson, Dd. (J. D.cb Co.), 16 George square 
Dickson, David, coach-hirer, 6 William street 
Dickson, David, J 5 Drummond street 
Dickson, David Scot, W.S. (Stewart # £>.), 

3 Royal circus 
Dickson, George, advocate, 3 Royal circus 
Dickson, George, 19 Bernard street 
Dickson, George H. 11 Lutton place 
Dickson, Henry, coppersmith & brazier, 4 

Queen's place, Greenside row 
Dickson, H. G., "W.S. 27 Drummond place 
Dickson, H. G., jun. "W.S. 27 Drummond pL 
Dickson, H. G. cS; H. G., W.S. 3 Dundas st. 
Dickson, James Jobson, C.A., 19 Young street 

— house 13 Clarendon crescent 
Dickson, James, merchant, 48 George square 
Dickson, James, Holyrood Glass Works — ho. 

Chessels' court 
Dickson, James, merchant, 12 Tolbooth wynd, 

Leith — house 2 Bonnington place 
Dickson, Jas. 7 Broughton place 
Dickson, James & Co. wholesale stationers, 10 • 

South St Andrew street 
Dickson, Jas., shipmaster, 5 Admiralty street 
Dickson, James, and Sons, seedsmen, nursery- 
men, and florists, 32 Hanover street — 
nurseries, Inverleith row 
Dickson, Jn. & Son, gunmakers, 63 Princes st. 
Dickson, John, sen. (J.D.§~So?i), 23 Scotland. 

street 
Dickson, John, jun. (J. D. §■ Son), 2 Lon- 
don street 
Dickson, John, merchant, Geneva cottage, 

Whitehouse gardens 
Dickson, John, bookseller, 10 Xico'son st. 
Dickson, John, wright, 46 S. Junction street 
Dickson, John (G.P.-O.), 5 Crichton street 
Dickson, Rich. (D. J. Thomson $■ Co.) 4 

Montgomery street 
Dickson, Robt. letter-carrier, 1 2 Queen's place 
Dickson, Robert, 7 St Anthony's place 
Dickson, Robert and Co. wine and spirit mer- 
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Dickson, Robert, architect, 1 1 Broughton pi. 
Dickson, Robert, grocer and spirit merchant, 

7 Canning place — house, 5 
Dickson, S. dairy, 4 East Sciennes 
Dickson, Samuel (II. G. §• H. G. Dickson, 

W.S.), 27 Drummond place 
Dickson, Thomas, candlemaker, 9 Semple st. 
Dickson, Thos. coach- proprietor, 2 Scotland st. 
Dickson, Thomas, commission agent, 2 Moray 

street, Leith walk 
Dickson, Thomas Goldie ( Watson and L>.), 

accountant, 3 Royal circus 
Dickson, Thos. lodgings, 18 Cumberland st. 
Dickson, Thos. (late seedsman), 17 Canning pi. 
Dickson, "W". and A. grocers, 122 High street 
Dickson, Walter, candlemaker, 124 Nicolson 

Dickson, William (J. D. <£• Co.), 20 George sq. 
Dickson, Wm. accountant, 10 Royal Circus 
Dickson, William, secretary Edinburgh Life 

Assurance Co. 22 George street 
Dickson, William, grocer, 23 Jamaica street 
Dickson, William, 10 Graham street 
Dickson, W. ( Currer and D.), 9 Antigua st. 
Dickson, W. cowfeeder, 68 Potterrow 
Dickson, Mrs Archd. 39 East Claremont st. 
Dickson, Mrs Charles, 2 Comely Green cresct. 
Dickson, Mrs Dr, 13 Clarendon crescent 
Dickson, Mrs Thomas, 6 Shrub place 
Dickson, Mrs Walter, 3 Royal circus 
Dickson, Mrs, lodgings, 41 -a Broughton street 
Dickson, Mrs, 43 East Claremont street 
Dickson, Mrs, 3 Chapel street 
Dickson, Mrs, 98 London street 
Dickson, Mrs, 58 Constitution street 
Dickson, Mrs, and Miss M'Lean, boarding 

and day school, 41 Charlotte square 
Dickson, Misses, dress and straw bonnet 

makers, 6 Park street 
Dickson, Helen, artist in hair, 12 Queen's 

place, Greenside 
Dickson, Misses H. and J. dressmakers, 10 

Crichton street 
Dickson, Miss Isabella, grocer, 6 Ponton st. 
Dickson, Miss, dressmaker, 7 Coates place 
Dickson, Miss, teacher, 58 Constitution st. 
Dickson, Miss, 6 Albany strett, Leith 
Dingwall, Arthur, advocate, 8 Gt. Stuart st. 
Dingwall, Mrs Ann, 31 Rutland square 
Dirom, W. house-carpenter and undertaker, 

4 Old Broughton 
Disher, John, brewer, (Edinburgh and Leith 

Brewery)— ho. Jane mount, St Leonard's 
Disber, Robt. brewer (E. Sf L. Brewing Co.) 

— house, Greenhill gardens 
Dishington, T. (T. D. § Co.), 2 Wellington 

place 
Dishington, Thomas, and Co. corn factors and 

gen. comm. agents, 14 Constitution street 
Dispensary & Humane Society, Leith Mill 

road 
Dispensary, Royal Public, 21 West Rich- 
mond street 



Dispensary, Homoeopathic, 5 St James' sq. 
Dispensary, New Town, 17 Thistle street 
Divine, Wm. baker and provision dealer, 188 

Cowgate 
Dixon, John, hosier and draper, 61 Pleasance 

— house, 5 West Arthur place 
Dixon, Thos. & Son, coal meiohants, 57 St 

Leonard street. — See Adv. 
Dixon, John, baker, 1 Greenside street 
Dixson, Robt. baker, 9 East Register street — 

house, 31 St James' square 
Dixson, William, butcher, poulterer, &c, 46 

Dundas street — house, 39 Cumberland st. 
Dixson, Miss, dressmaker, 36 George street 
Dobbie, Thomas, conservator of the Scott 

monument, 7 Sciennes court 
Dobie, George, painter and glazier, 40 Han- 
over street — house, 62 
Dobie, John, wright, 12 Potterrow — house, 65 

Lauriston place 
Dobie, Thomas, ( G. P.-O.) 5 Parkside street 
Dobie, William, woollen and linen draper, 14 

and 15 Tolbooth wynd, Leith 
Dobie, William, clerk, 34 Rosebank 
Dobson & Co. wrights and undertakers, 23 

West Preston street 
Dobson, David, appraiser, 24 W. Preston st. 
Dobson, Geo. (Customs), 2 Auburn place, 

North Fort street 
Dobson, John, brassfounder and gasfitter, 5 

Hay street 
Dobson, Robert, stock sharebroker and in- 
surance agent, 5 Royal exchange — house, 

10 Hamilton pi. Newington 
Dobson, Wm. com. traveller, 12 Raeburn pi. 
Dobson, Wm. waiter, 21 Jamaica street 
Dobson, Miss Alison, 8 Buccleuch place 
Docherty, Jas. clothier, 2 St Mary's wynd. — 

See Adv. 
Dodd, Michael, of Wardrew, 4 Hillside cres. 
Dodds, Alex. 40 St Leonard street 
Dodds, David, trunk, portmanteau, and bag 

manufacturer, 61 Princes street 
Dodds, William, and Son, builders, Coate9pl. 
Dodds, William, house painter, 100 Pleasance 
Dodds, Mrs J. D. lodgings, 3 Downie placed 
Dodds, Mrs, dairy, 19 St Leonard's street 
Dodds, Mrs Rachel, lodgings, 1 Broughton pi. 
Dods, David, flesher, 166 Canongate 
Dods, George, assessor of railway and canal 

property in Scotland. 16 Duke street 
Dods, J. & R. cabinetmakers, 63 Cowgate 
Dods, Jn. house agent & appraiser, 4 Park st. 
Dods, John, confectioner, 218 Canongate 
Dods, John, gardener, Old Botanic cottage 
Dod, Robert, 20 St John street 
Dods, Mrs Ord, 57 Lauriston placej 
Dods, Mrs Col. 8 Ann street 
Dods, Mrs, 13 N.-W. Circus place 
Doherty, Henry, boot and shoemaker, 114 

Cowgate 
Doherty, James, 21 St James' square 
Doherty, James, furniture dlr. 258 Cowgate 



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Doberty, Jn. fruit & egg dealr. Greenmarket 
Doig, M'Kechnie, & Davies, carvers, gilders, 

and picture-liners, 69 George street, and 

25 W. Thistle street lane 
Doig, A. grocer & spirit dealer, 6 Romilly pi. 
Doig, Alex, spirit merchant, 7 and 9 Queen's 

place, and 34 Shore 
Doig, Charles, writer, Seafield Row, Leith 
Doig, Henry, 12 Queen street 
Doig, James, smith and gasfitter, 23 Bristo st. 
Doig, R. wine and spirit dealer, 1 Hunter sq. 

— house, 25 West Nicolson street 
Don, J. packing- box maker, 18 S. Junction st. 
Donald, John, hotel, 1 Princes street 
Donald, John, china merchant, 10 Bristo 

place. — house, 4 Bristo port 
Donald, W. silk dyer and scourer, 34 Fred. 

st. and 24 Veitch's sq. — ho. 8 Hamilton pi. 
Donald, Mrs Alex. 21 Atholl crescent 
Donald, Miss, sewing mistress, Ho. of Refuge 
Donaldson, Geo. {Henderson <£• Donaldson}, 

21 St Patrick square 
Donaldson & Co., drapers, 50 Clerk street 
Donaldson, Alex, bootmaker, 74 George street 

— house, 68 George street 
Donaldson, Alex, tobacco pipe manufacturer, 

Norton place 
Donaldson, Andrew, causeway-layer and con- 
tractor, 142 High street 
Donaldson, Archibald, plasterer, 3 Davie street 
Donaldson, Colin, clerk, 11 N. College street 
Donaldson, Colin, office, 11 North College 

street — house, Maryfield cottage, Wilson's 

park, Portobello 
Donaldson, David, baker, 2 Canongate 
Donaldson, George, grocer, tea, wine, and 

spirit merchant, 1 Mackenzie pi. — ho. 8 
Donaldson, Geo. house carpenter, 1 Elder st. 
Donaldson, James, wine and spirit merchant, 

7 Hamilton place 
Donaluson's Hospital, Whitehouse toll — 

treasurer's office, 32 Abercromby place 
Donaldson, James, classical master, High 

school, 33 Gayfield rquare 
Donaldson, James, spirit, mereht. 27 West 

port — house, 6 Beaumont place 
Donaldson, James, spirit dlr. Hillhousefield 
Donaldson, John, advocate, prof, of the theory 

of music in the University— ho. Marchfield 
Donaldson, John, printers' joiner, furnisher, 

and brass rule manufacturer, &c. 7 South 

Niddry street 
Donaldson, John, 16 Church street 
Donaldson, John, lodgings, 4 Iufirmary street 
Donaldson, John G., spirit merchant, 2 Milne 

square — house, Haxton's court, Potterrow 
Donaldson, John, portrait painter, 9 Trinity 

crescent 
Donaldson, Wm. trimming and hosiery ware- 
house, 46 So. bridge — ho. 9 Montagu street 
Donaldson, Wm. pipe maker, 14 Morton st. 
Donaldson, Wm. spirit dealer, 19 Elbe street 
Donaldson, Mrs J. lodgings, 10 Wellington pi. 



Donaldson, Mrs, 22 Grove street 
Donaldson, Mrs, 26 Walker street 
Donaldson, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 9 Jamaica st. 
Donaldson, Miss, 1 Archibald place 
Donery, Jn. broker, 226 Cowgate 
Donlevy, James, teacher, Holy Cross School. 

1 12 Canongate — ho. 12 Roxburgh place 
Dores & Laidlavv, fleshers, 23 and 24 Middle 

market 
Dott, Aitken, carver, gilder, and frame maker, 

16 South St David street 
Dougall, David, 2 East Broughton place 
Dougal, William, bootmaker, 5 India place 
Dougal, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 23 Howe street 
Dougal, Miss, dressmaker, 25 Thistle street 
Doughtie, Alex, slater and glazier, 1 Nelson 

place 
Douglas, A. H., M.D., 62 Northumberland 

street 
Douglas, Alex. Sholto, W.S. 22 Young 

street — house 30 India street 
Douglas, Alex, refreshment rooms, 2 Kings 

place 
Douglas, Alex, tea mereht. 60 Earl Grey st. 
Douglas, Andrew, Venetian window blind- 
maker, 22 Greenside place 
Douglas, Arehd. Blackford villa, Morningside 

place 
Douglas, Christopher, W.S. 22 Young street 

— house, 17 Drummond place 
Douglas, Crawford James, 31 Howard place 
Douglas, David, W.S. 21 Castle street, and 

East Craigs house, Corstorphine 
Douglas, David (Murray and Douglas), Lave- 
rock cottage, Whitehouse gardens 
Douglas, David (Edmomtone 6$ D.) jbook- 

seller, 10 Forres street 
Douglas, David, tailor & clothier, 3 Spence's 

place 
Douglas, F.Brown, advocate, 21 Moray place 
Douglas, George Coutts, lathsplitter, 25 Earl 

Grey st. — house 162 Fountainbridge 
Douglas, George, 5 South College street 
Douglas, James, dentist, 6 North St Andrew 

street 
Douglas, James, 140 Princes street 
Douglas, James, of Cavers, 34 Moray place 
Douglas, James, picture liner and restorer, 6 

North Bank street — house, Grange loan 
Douglas, James, gardener, South bank 
Douglas, J. waggoner, 14 Mitchell street 
Douglas, James, 10 S. College street 
Douglas, James, victual dealer, 2 Castle Barns 
Douglas, James, teacher of English, 9 Great 

King street — house, Canonmills house 
Douglas, J. T., searcher of Public Records, 

33 Dundas st. — ho. Bellevue, Ferry road) 
Douglas, James, l.athsplitter, 10 Lothian road 
Douglas, John B., W.S. 6 Fettes row 
Douglas, J. B., & Smith, W.S., 6 Fettes row 
Douglas, John David, searcher of Public 

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Douglas, Robert, grocer and spirit merchant, 

172 Fountainbridge 
Douglas, R, spirit merchant, 10 South St 

Andrew street 
Douglas, Thomas, victual dealer, Newhaven 
Douglas, Thomas H., florist, seed merchant, 
and nurseryman, 24 S. Frederick st. — nur- 
sery, Rosebank, Wardie, by Inverleith field 
Douglas, Thos. flesher, 89 St Andrew st. Leith 
Douglas, W. C. 9 Charlotte place 
Douglas, W. ( Com. Bank), 2 George place 
Douglas, William, hat manufac. 7 Vennel 
Douglas, William, R.S.A. portrait painter, 15 

Brandon street 
Douglas, Wm. engraver, 2 Greyfriars' place 
Dougla9, W. S. agent and mercantile account- 
ant, 2 Greyfriars' place 
Douglas, M. & J. milliners and widows' cap 

makers, 24 Hanover street 
Douglas, Mrs Admiral, 39 Moray place 
Douglas, Mrs Charlotte, 13 Hart street 
Douglas, Mrs Eliz., lodgings, 12 Nelson st. 
Douglas, Mrs John, tobacconist, 13 Sandportst. 
Douglas, Mrs M. victual dealer, 7 Riego street 
Douglas, Mrs Thos. G. 34 Rose street 
Douglas, Mrs, 8 Duke street 
Douglas, Mrs, hotel keeper, 34 and 35 St 

Andrew square 
Douglas, Mrs, 5 Moray place 
Douglas, Mrs, 12 Queen street 
Douglas, Mrs, lodgings, 6 Baltic street 
Douglas, Mrs, 2 Brandfield place 
Douglas, Miss A. R. miniature painter, 13 

Hart street 
Douglas, Miss, 9 Nelson street 
Douglas, Miss, 13 Maitland street 
Douglas, Misses, 1 Oxford terrace, Dean 
Douglas's hotel, 34 and 35 St Andrew square 
Douglas's school, 9 Great King street 
Doull, David, and Co. British wine manuf. 71 
F'otterrow, and restaurateurs and confec- 
tioners, 60 Princes street 
Doull, Mrs, 4 Park street 
Douall, James, joiner and house agent, 11 

West Adam street 
Dove,Dav.,S.S.C. 12 Arniston pl.,Newingtou 
Dove, James, smith, engine maker, and coach- 
timber bender, Greenside lane 
Dow, Alexander, wine and spirit dealer, 7 St 

Andrew street house, 24 Calton hill 

Dow, James R. printer, 8 Young street 
Dow, James, varnish maker, 49 Thistle street 
Dow, James, 11 Bread street 
Dow, John, saddler, 8G Rose street 
Dow, P. D. writer, 173 Fountainbridge 
Dow, William, cork sole manufacturer, dealer 
in shoemakers' tools and furnishings, 2 St 
Mary's wynd — house, 115 Canongate 
Dow, William Brown, writer and N.P., 2 

Darling's buildings 
Dow, Mrs Ann, 121 Rose street 
Dow, Mrs Elizabeth, midwife and sick-nurse, 
23 Clyde street 



Dow, Mrs Wm., Globe hotel, 3 Hill place 
Dow, Isabella, tobacconist, 52 Home street 
Dow, Miss Jane, 09 Broughton street 
Dow, Miss, seminary, 31 York place 
Dow, Misses, commercial boarding house, 57 

North bridge 
Dowell, Alex. (Z>. & L.\ 32 Royal circus 
Dowell, Mrs James, 32 Royal Circus 
Dowells & Lyon, auctioneers and valuators^ 

18 George street 
Dowie, Charles, pawnbroker, 1 Milne's court 

— house, 18 Nicolson street 
Dowie, James, grocer and spirit dealer, 54 

Potterrow 
Dowie, John, 7 East Adam street 
Dowie, Peter, commission mercht. 3 Quality 

lane 
Dowie, Thos. 35 Charlotte street, Leith 
Dowie, Wm. contractor, Canonmills cottage 
Dowie, Mrs, 24 Clerk street 
Down, John, boot and shoemaker, 12 Rose 

street 
Downes, Charles C. 17 Castle street 
Downie & Laird, nursery and seedsmen, 17 S. 

Frederick street — nursery, West Coatcs and 

Pink hill 
Downie, Alex., of General Register House — 

house, 10 Saxe Coburg place 
Downie, Charles, 6 Salisbury street 
Downie, James, shoemaker, 4 West Richmond 

street 
Downie, John, spirit dealer, 28 Clyde street 
Downie, J. (D. Sp Laird), West Coates nursery 
Downie, John Macleay, accountant ( Cowan 8p 

Co.), 12 Upper Gray street 
Downie, Rev. Wm. W. St Mary's Catholic 

Church, Broughton street 
Downs and Lethem, wholesale grocers and 

general merchants, 11 Timber bush 
Downs, James, corn-dealer, 14 Brunswick st. 
Downs, John (D. and Lethem), 8 Vanburgh 

place, Leith 
Drechsler, Louis, teacher of singing, 1 1 G George 

street 
Drevar, Miss, dressmaker, 33 South Castle st. 
Drew and Burnet, coach builders, &c. 16 

Bread street 
Drew, Thomas, wine merchant and grocer, 

1 Tobago street — ho. 127 Fountainbridge 
Drew, Miss, toy dealer, 99 Princes street 
Drover, D. teller National Bank, 25 Qua- 
lity street 
Drover, R. (R. Hunter $ Son), 11 Duncan 

street, Leith 
Drummond & Laing, wholesale stationers, 34 

Grassmarket 
Drummond, A. victual dealer, 163 Causeyside 
Drummond, B. M. marine artist, 29 Couper st. 
Drummond, Chas. bookseller, printer, and 

bookbinder, 133 Kirkgate — ho. 22 Albany 

street, Leith 
Drummond, Charles, photographer, 97 Con- 
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Drummond, Rev. D. T. K.Montpelier cottage 
Drummond, David, wholesale stationer, 3 

Riego street 
Drummond, Henry Home, of Blair-Drum- 

mond, 110 Pi inces street 
Drummond, Henry, officer of Inland Revenue, 

18 London row, North Leith 
Drummond, James, lodgings, 118 Princes st. 
Drummond, James, R.S.A. 30 Hamilton place 
Drummond, James, warehouseman, 11 Argyle 

square 
Drummond, John, W.S. G8 Queen street 
Drummond, John, clerk Shore Dues office, 

9 London row 
Drummond, Peter, tailor and clothier, 11 

Calton street 
Drummond, Rev. Robt. S., M.A. minister of 

St James' place church, 5 Bonnington pi. 
Drummond, Thomas, bookseller & stationer, 

95 Kirkgate, Leith 
Drummond, Win. porter, Holyrood house 
Drummond, Wm. tailor, 13 Tolbooth wynd, 

Leith 
Drummond, W. Grange loan 
Drummond, William, 7 N.-W. Circus place 
Drummond, Mrs, 12 St Vincent street 
Drummond, Mrs, tobacconist, 35 Fountainbr. 
Drummond, Mrs J. grocer, 44 Brunswick st. 
Drummond, Misses, 26 Dundas street 
Drummond's temperance hotel, 11 Calton st. 
Drybrough & Co. brewers, 67 North back of 

Canongate 
Drybrough, G. grocer & spirit dealer, New- 
haven 
Drybrough, J., 9 Clarendon crescent 
Drybrough, T. (D. and Co.), 7 Manor place 
Drybrough, Mrs, 9 Clarendon crescent 
Dryburgh, James, 12 Hill square 
Dryburgh, N. & Son, coopeis & stavemakers, 

5, 6, and 7 Mitchell st. 
Dryburgh, Richd. (N. D. & Son), 12 James' 

place 
Dryden, Adam, builder, lodge, 23|- Minto st. 
Dryden, Gavin, & Co. commiss. agents, 33 

Bernard street 
Dryden, James, grocer, 36 Jamaica street 
Dryden, James, builder, 5 Saunders street 
Dryden, Mrs, spirit dealer, Anchorfield 
Dryden, Mrs, 59 Charlotte street, Leith 
Dryden, Miss, 1 1 Cheyne street 
Drysdale, Andrew (Munro, D. fy Gordon), 

16 Elder street 
Drysdale, David, wine merchant and grocer, 

2 Nicolson street — house, 5 Minto street 
Drysdale, Geo. H. corn merchant, 2 Clerk st. 

— house, G Brighton street 
Drysdale, Joseph, S.S.C. & acct. 16 Royal 

Exchange — house, 10 Arniston place 
Drysdale, Peter H. baker and confectioner, 

142 Princes street 
Drysdale, William, D.C.S. 3 Hart st. 
Drysdale, William, grocer and tea dealer, 223 

High street — house, 150 



Drysdale, Mrs A. spiiit dealer, 1 W. Prestonst. 
Drysdale, Mrs Capt. 12 Fettes row 
Drysdale, Mrs Janet, spirit dealer, 37 Sala- 
mander street 
Drysdale, Miss, dressmaker, 41 George street 
Dubuc, Dr, teacher of French, 121 George st. 
Ducat, Mrs, G8 Great King street 
Duchatfour & MTntyre, photographers, 33 

Whitfield place, Leith walk 
Dudgeon, Alexander, baker, 51 Thistle street 
Dudgeon, John (Edin. Barm Co.), 5 Rosest. 
Dudgeon, John F. 22 Royal terrace 
Dudgeon, Maj.-Gen. Peter, 10 Carlton street 
Dudgeon, Mrs, 22 Royal terrace 
Dudgeon, Mrs Wm. 10 Cassells' place 
DufT, Alex, wine and spirit merchant, ^Fre- 
derick street — house, 30 
Duff, Alex, spirit mercht. 5 St Mary's wynd 
Duff, Rev. Henry, Summerfield house, Leith 
Duff, John, 7 Rankeillor street 
Duff, Neil C. ham curer and provision mer- 
chant, 96 West bow — house, 15 Victoria st. 
Duff, Mrs M. milliner, 104 Nicolson street 
Duff, Mrs, 17 St Patrick square 
Duff, Mrs, 2 Scotland street 
Duff, Eiiz., French corsetmaker, 90 Rosest. 
Duff's, Miss, Seminary, Miss, 12 Albany st, 

Leith 
Duffin, Mrs Richard, 12 Stafford street 
Duffus, P. boot and shoemaker, 38 Howe st. 
Duffy, E. boot and shoemaker, 198 Cowgate 
Duffy, Mrs Philip, broker, 305 Cowgate 
Duguid, John, manager, Inverkith nursery 
Duke of Buccleuch Coal Store, foot of Con- 
stitution street 
Dumbreck, W. M.D., F.R.C.S. 49 Albany st. 
Dun, Alex. Campbell, 18 Claremont crescent 
Dun, John, 41 Heriot row 
Dun, Robert, teacher, 12 Windmill street 
Dun, Thomas, butcher, 1 1 St Patrick square 
Dun, Mrs And. 1 Morton street 
Dun, Mrs Fiulay, 41 Heriot row 
Dun, Miss M. baker, 1 Brown street lane 
Dunbar, G. F. 5 M'Kenzie place 
Dunbar, Geo. R. advocate, 3 S. Frederick st, 
Dunbar, J. furnishing ironmonger, GO Hanover 

street — house, 20 Pitt street 
Dunbar, Sir Wm., Bart. M.P. of Mochrum, 

advocate, 47 Heriot row 
Dunbar and Kirkwood, merchants, 34 Con- 
stitution street 
Dunbar, Mrs Professor, 24 Howard place 
Dunbar, Mrs, 5 West Circus place 
Dunbar, Mrs, 5 Mackenzie place 
Duncan & Devvar, W.S. 6 Hill street 
Duncan, Colin, & Son, coal merchants, oilmen, 
and drysaiters, Upper Drawbridge — coal sta- 
tions, Scotland street, and Sands, Leith— 
house, Bonnington mount 
Duncan Brothers & Co. provision merchants, 

12, 13, and 14 Charlotte street, Leith 
Duncan and Miller, S.S. C. and N.P. 11 
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Duncan, Flockhart, & Co. chemists to the 
Queen, 52 North bridge, and 139 Princes st. 
— night bells, 54 North bridge, and 130 
Princes street 

Duncan, Flockhart, & Powell, chemists and 
druggists, 18 Bernard street, Leith 

Duncan, Alex, writer, 1 South Fort st. Leith 

Duncan, Francis (H.M. Customs) 10 Ham- 
burgh place 

Duncan, Geo. (T. D. % Co.), 4 Bruntsfield pi. 

Duncan, George, tobacco pipe manufacturer, 
14 Coburg 6treet, Leith 

Duncan George, 2 Smith's place 

Duncan, Henry, Belmont villa, Bruntsfield 
links 

Duncan, Jas. & Co. merchants and brokers, 
9 Baltic street 

Duncan, James, W.S. (Z>. §• Dewar), 6 Hill st. 
— house, 46 Queen street 

Duncan, James, 1 Assembly street, Leith 

Duncan, James, M.D., F.R.C.S.L. & E. 12 
Heriot row 

Duncan, Dr James Matthews, F.R.C.P. 55 
Castle street 

Duncan, James, M.D. of Ceylon, 12 Hender- 
son row 

Duncan, James, grocer, wine and spirit mer- 
chant, 18 South St James' street 

Duncan, James S. bootmaker, 2 Melville st. 

Duncan, Rev. John, LL.D. prof, of Oriental 
languages, New College. 29 Elder street 

Duncan, John, 21 Fettes row 

Duncan, J. M. advocate, 49 Northumberland 
street 

Duncan, John, senior, 2 Heriot row 

Duncan, J. tobacco pipe manufacturer, 
Brown's entry, M'Neill's place 

Duncan, John, W.S., 27 Dundas street 

Duncan, John, mason, Hamilton place, Stock- 
bridge — house, 1 Legget's land 

Duncan, John, plumber and gasfitter, 104 
Rose street — house, 18 Frederick street 

Duncan, Rev. R. Dick, 8 Bruntsfield place 

Duncan, S. shipmaster, 7 Regent street, Leith 

Duncan, Thos. & Co. bootmakers to the Queen 
and Prince Albert, 57 Princes street 

Duncan, Thos. brushmaker to the Queen, 
wholesale warehouse and manufactory, 
Hope crescent, Leith walk, retail warehouse, 
Ia Baxter's place — house, 24 Greenside pi. 

Duncan, Thomas, 67 Cumberland street 
Duncan, Thomas, saddler, 31 Fountainbridge 
Duncan, Wm. James, manager National Bank 

of Scotland, 18 Coates crescent 
Duncan, Wm. furniture dealer, 42 Cowgate 
Duncan, William, S.S.C. 1 Heriot row 
Duncan, William, jun. (D. Sp Miller), 11 

South Nelson street 
Duncan, Mrs Dr, 7 India street 
Duncan, Mrs Col. John, 19 Carlton terrace 
Duncan, Mrs John, 6 Madeira street 
Duncan, Mrs Joseph, 38 Brunswick street 
Duncan, Mrs, 6 Union place 



Duncan, Mrs Thomas, 13 Comely bank 
Duncan, Mrs William, 30 Blacket place 
Duncan, Mrs, of Parkhill, 34 Minto street 
Duncan, Mrs, 3 Comely green place 
Duncan, Mrs, 13 Lutton place 
Duncan, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 21 Jamaica street 
Duncan, Mrs, dressmaker, 27 William street 
Duncan, Miss, Belleville, Holyrood 
Duncan, Miss Ann, 14 Archibald place 
Duncan, Miss Jane, 2 Abercromby place 
Duncan, Miss, 3 Hamburg place 
Duncan, Miss, 10 Howard place 
Duncan, Miss, 27 Howard place 
Duncanson & Co. distillers, Glen sciennes 
Duncanson,Thos. (D.Sf Co.), 11 West sciennes 
Duncanson, Mrs Walter, 7 Prince Regent st. 
Duncanson, Miss, 60 Cumberland street 
Dundas & Wilson, CS. 16 St Andrew square 
Dundas, George, adv., sheriff of Selkirkshire 

9 Charlotte square 
Dundas, Geo. C.A. 24 Broughton place 
Dundas, J. letter-carrier, 10 Dublin street 
Dundas, John F. civil engineer, 15 St Ber- 
nard's crescent 
Dundas, John, CS. 2.5 St Andrew square 
Dundas, Wm. Pitt, deputy-clerk registrar of 
Scotland, and registrar-general of births, 
deaths, and marriages, Gen. Register House 
— 16 Inverleith place 
Dundas, Miss Hamilton, 8 St Bernard's cresc. 
Dunlop, C. & J. booksellers and binders, 34 

Cumberland street 
Dunlop, G. & G., Law agents, 17 Hill street 
Dunlop, George, & Co. merchants, 15 John's 

lane, Leith 
Dunlop, Alex. Murray, advocate, M.P. 67 

Queen street 
Dunlop, Alex. 46 Melville street 
Dunlop, A. Vans, 18 Rutland square 
Dunlop, Charles, cabinetmaker and house 

factor, 29 Brunswick st. and Circus lane 
Dunlop, James U. merchaut, 30 Coatfield lane, 

Leith — house, 5 St James' place, Leith 
Dunlop, John, engraver, 37 North bridge 
Dunlop, John, M.D., R.N. 26 Blacket place 
Dunlop, John, 2 Manor place 
Dunlop, Rev. John C. 2 Scotland street 
Dunlop, Robert, J. sharebroker, 7 Henderson 

row 
Dunlop, Mrs Charles Tennant, 15 Inverleith 

place 
Dunlop, Mrs Alan C. 31 Royal terrace 
Dunlop, Mrs Wm. 27 Gilmonr place 
Dunlop, Mrs, 6 Pitt street 
Dunlop, Miss, 6 South Charlotte street 
Dunlop, Miss, 53 Great King street 
Dunlop, Misses, 2 Dainaway street 
Dunn & Thomson, S.S.C. 7 Hill street 
Dunn, David, metal merchant and ironmonger, 

5 and 15 Blair street 
Dunn, Dav. contractor, 14 Bristo street 
Dunn, John, hairdresser, 70 Kirkgate, Leith 
Dunn, John H. 10 Buccleuch place 



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Dunn, M. dealer in silks, 41-a Broughton st. 

Dunn, Thomas, S.S.C. (Z>. % Thomson) 2 
Duncan street, Newington 

Dunn, Thos. optician, mathematical & phi- 
losophical instrument maker, 50 Hanover 
street — house, 7 Buccleuch place. — See Adv. 

Duns, James, slater, 161 Rose street 

Duns, Miss, milliner, 161 Rose street 

Dunse, Agnes, china merchant, 70 Canongate 

Dunsmure, AleK. mer. 8 St John's pi. Leith 

Dunsmure, Major, 10 Coates crescent 

Dunsmure, J., M.D., F.R.C.S.E. 53 Queen st. 

Durie, David, grocer, 72 Shore 

Durie, James, baker, 130 Kirkgate & 62 Tol- 
booth wynd— ho. 45 Tolbooth wynd, Leith 

Durie, Wm. cowfeeder, 7 Grove place 

Diirrner, Johannes, professor of music, 19 
India street 

Durward, Andrew, cabinetmaker, upholsterer, 
and undertaker, 7 Clerk street — house, 1 

Durward, Misses, grocers, 49 Buccleuch st. 

Duthie, Walter, W.S. 6 Great King street 

Duthie, Mrs, 55 Melville street 

Dycer, C, M.D. F.R.C.S., 42 Great King st. 

Dyer, J. N. commercial agt. 5 Buccleuch pi. 

Dyer, Mrs A. Reid's court, Canongate 

Dyer, Miss, 2 Windmill street 

Dykes, Richard, provision mer. 25 Bristo st. 

Dymock and Paterson, solicitors-at-law, cham- 
bers, 5(i George street 

Dymock & Guthrie, tea, wine merchants, and 
grocers, 11 Nicolson square 

Dymock, Jas. R. (D. Sp G.) 30 Buccleuch pi. 

Dymock, Robert Lockhart, solicitor-at-law, 
and proc- fiscal for the city, City Chambers 
— house, 19 George square 

Dymock, Mrs W. M'Lean, 14 Broughton pi. 

Eadie, James, hairdr., 26 & 35 Sandport st. 

Eager, Mrs, teacher of music, 54 Frederick st. 

Eagle Life Insurance Office, 24 Royal circus 
— J. Shand, W.S., agent 

Eagle and Albion Insurance Co. agent, An- 
drew Muir, 14 Royal exchange 

Earwaker, John ( Old Town Cafe Hotel and 
Dining Rooms), 209 High street 

Easson, James, cork manufac. 23 Baltic st. 

Easton, G. agent S. T. League, 54 South br. 

Easton, James, cabinetmaker, 28 Greenside st. 

Easton, James, tailor, 23i St James' square 

Easton, James, janitor's lodge, Moray house 

Easton, John M. teacher of English and com- 
mercial branches, 6-a George street 

Easton, John, 11 GraDge loan 

Easton, Mrs Thomas, 15 Albany street 

Easton, Mrs, laundress, 4 Norton place 

Easton, Miss, 10 South St James' street 

Easton, Miss, 6 Trinity crescent 

Easton, Miss, sick nurse, 7 Hill street 

Eaton, James, 8 Alva street 

Ebsworth, Jos. W. artist, 4 Montgomery st. 

Ebsworth, Jos. publisher and teacher of vocal 
music, 4 Montgomery street 



Eckford, T. farrier, 9 Charlotte street — house, 

48 Quality street, Leith 
Eckford, Walter, Trinity baths 
Eckford, Walter, skinner, Silvermills 
Eckford, William, confectioner, 93 High street 
Eckford, Mrs, Trinity baths and lodgings 
Eddington, Mrs, 4 West Maitland street 
Edgar, Alexander, spirit mer. 56 West port 
Edgar, J. portrait-painter, 1 Summerhall pi. 
Edgar, Robt. provision dealer, 23 Howe street 
Edgar, Robt. boot and shoem. 156 High street 
Edgar, Mrs, 22 London street 
Edgar, Miss, milliner and dressmaker, 8 North 

bridge 
Edge, George, manager Equitable Loan 

Co. of Scotland, 4 Montgomery street 

Edinburgh & Bathgate Railway Company, 

8 So. Charlotte street, Alex. Jamieson, sec. 

Edinburgh Barm Company, E. Rose st. lane 

Edinburgh Bible Society Committee Rooms 

& Depository, 6 York place 
Edinburgh Boot and Shoe Warehouse, 21 

South bridge. — See Adv. 
Edinburgh Bread Society, 7 Keir street 
Edinburgh Clothing Society, 18 Bristo street 
Edinburgh City Mission Office, 6 York place 
— Rev. Alex. Miller, 112Lauriston place, 
superintendent 
Edinburgh Choral Union, Wood and Co.'s 
saloon, 14 Waterloo place, C. J. Hargitt 
(56 Queen St.), conductor 
Edinburgh Eye Infirmary, 140 George street 
Edinburgh Funeral Establishment, 9 and 10 
Leith walk — John Croall & Son, proprietors 
Edinburgh Gas-Light Co. 25 Waterloo pi. 
Edinburgh, and 115 Constitution st. Leith 
Edinburgh and Glasgow Union Canal Co.'s 

office, 1 PortHopetoun 
Edinburgh Institution for Languages, mathe- 
matics, &c, 8 Queen street, R. M. Fergu- 
son, Ph. Dr. and G. Bickerton, head masters 
Edinburgh Institution for the Education of 

Young Ladies, 23 Charlotte square 
Edinburgh Ladies' Institution, 1 Park place 
Edinburgh and Leith Cork Cutters' Society, 

413 Lawnmarket — J. Alston, secretary 
Edinburgh & Leith Gas-Light Company, 8 

George street, and 10 Baltic street, Leith 
Edinburgh & Leith Glass Co. 42 Salaman- 
der street, Leith 
Edinburgh & Leith Brewery, 212 Canongate 
Edinburgh and Leith Loan Co. 16 Calton st. 

— A. Rutherford, manager 
Edinburgh, Perth, & Dundee Railway sta- 
tion, Citadel, Leith 
Edinburgh Life Assurance Co.'s Office, 22 
Geo. st. — G. L. Finlay, manager. — See Adv. 
Edinburgh Gutta Percha Boot and Shoe 

warehouse, 431 Lawnmarket 
Edinburgh Loan Company, 39 South bridge 

— See Adv. 
Edinburgh Machine Sewing Co., manufac- 
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house, 2 Greenside street ; works, Booth's 

Green, Canonmills 
Edinburgh News publishing office, 321 High 

street — printing office, 399 High street 
Edinburgh Normal School, Johnston terrace 
Edinburgh Normal School, Moray house 
Edinburgh and Perth Bread Company, 321 

Lawnmarket 
Edinburgh, Perth, and Dundee Railway Co. 

9 Princes street — Henry Lees, secretary 
Edinburgh Parochial Board office, Forrest rd. 

— George Greig, inspector 
Edinburgh Poor's House, Forrest road 
Edinburgh Railway Station Access Co. — 

A. T. Niven, C.A., 9 No. St David street, 

secretary 
Edinburgh Ropery Co. 28 Bath street and 35 

Shore 
Edinburgh School for the Blind, 2 Gay field sq. 
Edinburgh Sabbath-school Teachers' Union, 

5 S. Hanover street — Mr Turnbull, sec. 
Edinburgh Subscription Lib. 24 George st. 
Edinburgh Water Company, 123 Princes st. 

— "Alex. Ramsay, manager 
Edinburgh Young Men's Christian Institute, 

73 Adam square — Arthur Giles, see. 
Edington, Alexander, fishmonger, 8 West 

Newington 
Edington, Mrs Alex. G. 10 Hope street 
Edmond, G. teacher, 21 King street, Leith 
Edmond, John, rope and sailmaker, 64 Shore 
Edmondston, F. & Son, engravers and prin- 
ters, 60 North bridge — ho. 17 London st. 
Edmondston, Samuel, anist, 8 Mary place 
Edmondston, Thomas & Son, iron-merchants 

and seedsmen, 110 West bow 
Edmonston, T. ( T. E. fr Son), 1 Wharton pi. 
Edmonston & Douglas, English and foreign 

booksellers and publishers, 88 Princes street 
Edmonston, Alex. (E. and Douglas), 25 

Scotland street 
Edmonston colliery office, Sands, Leith — 

Archd. Blyth, agent 
Edmonston, James (Adv. Lib.), 377 High st. 
Edmonstone Coal and Fire Brick Works, 

office, St Leonard's Depot — Alex. Russell, 

agent. — See Adv. 
Edmondstoune, Mrs, 5 Great Stuart street 
Edmunds, Edmund, professor of singing, 1 

Gloucester place 
Edward, Miss, 16 Scotland street 
Edwards, Alexander M'Kenzie, surgeon, 27 

India street 
Edwards, Henry, wood merchant, house car- 
penter, &c. 212 Canongate 
Edwards, James, chimney sweep, 22 Dundas 

street 
Edwards, Wm. brassfounder, 60 Nicolson st. 

■ — house 62 
Elder, Alex, printer, Anchor close — house, 

1 Richmond place 
Elder, Alex. Holyrood Sauce Manufactory, 

36 Northumberland street 



Elder, Alex, wholesale glass and china mer- 
chant, importer of Bohemian glass, lava 

goods, &c, 1 Broughton place 
Elder, George, grocer and spirit dealer, 25 

Dean street 
Elder, James, W.S. 5 Thistle street — house, 

North Clermiston 
Elder, James, 14 Dundas street 
Elder, James, spirit dealer, 17 Buccleuch st. 
Elder, John (T. E. Sp Co.), 10 Pilrig street 
Elder, John, goldsmith, 156 High street 
Elder, John, W.S. 5 So. Charlotte St.— house r 

3 West Circus place 
Elder, John, messenger, Com. Bank, cottage 
Elder, Lewis, spirit dealer, Dean 
Elder, Thomas, 35 Royal terrace 
Elder, Thomas, & Co. wine merchants, St An- 
thony court 
Elder, William, grocer and victual dealer, 28 

Tobago street 
Elder, Wm. writer, 10 Torphichen street 
Elder, Mrs, hotel, 9 South St David street 
Electric Telegraph Company's Office, 26 

Bernard street, Leith 
Elgin, W. & Son, booksellers, stationers, and 

library, 9, 12, and 13 North St Andrew st. 
Elgin, Wm. jun. (E. & Son), 31 Scotland st. 
Elgin, W. sen. (E. $• Son), 19 Norton place 
Elliot & Fawcett, general merchts. 19 Timber 

bush, Leith 
Elliot, George, cabinetmaker, 14 Lauriston st. 
Elliot, Andrew, bookseller, publisher, and 

stationer, 15-b Princes street 
Elliot, W. Scott, of Arkleton, W.S. 32 R.egent 

terrace 
Elliot, Mrs H. 97 Causeyside 
Elliot, Mrs Robt. 17 Keir street 
Elliot, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 36^ Cumberland st. 
Elliot, Miss, boarding school for young ladies, 

23 Windsor street 
Elliott, Miss Eupha, of Stobs, 1 Torphichen st. 
Ellis, Adam G. ( W., A. G., and li. Ellis), 4 

Royal terrace 
Ellis, Rob. ( IV., A. G., 8f R. E.) 4 Royal ter. 
Ellis, Thomas, upholsterer, cabinetmaker, 

undertaker, and house agent, 21 and 23 

George IV. bridge 
Ellis, W., A. G., & R., W.S. 4 Royal terrace 
Ellis, William, teacher, 24 Mitchell street 
Ellison, Wm. bookseller, 4 N. Newington pi. 
Elmslie, Mrs Geo. stoneware house, 10 and 11 

Charlotte place 
Elthingston Colliery Office, North British 

Station, David Anderson, agent 
Elrick, James, 31 Blair street, clock and 

watch maker 
Elston, John, manager, Northern Club, 91 

George street 
Endowment Association, 46 North Hanover 

street, John Innes, manager — See Adv. 
England, Peter, lodgings, 15 S. Castle street 
England, Mrs Caroline, Kelso villa, Grange 

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English and Scottish Law Life Assurance 
Association — "William Smith, manager, 120 
Princes street. — See Adv. 
Episcopal Church Society Training Institu- 
tion, Minto House, Argyle square — Rev. 
Frederick Rowbottom, principal 
Equitable Fire Insurance Co., 8 S. Charlotte 

st. — Alex. Jamieson, agent 
Equitable Loan Co. of Scotland, 4 Milne 

sq sale room, 1 Hunter sq Geo. Edge, 

manager. — See Adv. 
Equitable Life Assurance Company, 21 Ber- 
nard street, Mann & Duncan, agents 
Erskine's Commercial Temperance Hotel, 12 

S. St David street 
Erskine, Alex, slater, 11 St Andrew st. Leith 
Erskine, James, glass and china merchant, 40 

Grassmarket 
Erskine, Mrs, St Giles' villa, Grange road 
Erskine, Miss, 112 Lauriston place 
Erskine, Misses, 8 Rutland street 
Eschricht, F. (Beda, E. and Co.) 8 Smith's 

place 
Espinasse, Francois, Le Chevalier, French 

teacher, 1 Hill street 
Espline, Mrs Charles, lodgings, Morniugside 
Espie, Mrs Dr, 12 Antigua street 
Esson, Geo. A. accountant, 10 Great King st. 
Esson, J. waiter, Cafe Royal — ho. 47 Thistle st. 
Eunson, Miss, dressmaker, 23 Bernard st. 
Eunson, Robert, tailor, 43 Kirkgate 
Evans, Robert, tailor, 2 Kerr street 
Evans, Mrs Owen, victualler, 34 Yardheads 
Evening Post and Scottish Record News- 
paper, publishing office, 78 Rose street — 
printing-office, S2 Rose street 
Everett, Joseph David, M.A. sec. to Scottish 

Meteorological Society, 10 St Andrew sq. 
Ewan, G. M. working jeweller, 14 Elder et. 
Ewan, Misses, 121 Princes street. 
Ewart, John, builder, 55 Pitt street — house, 

8 Cumberland street 
Ewart, John, plumber and gasfitter, 2 Erskine 

place 
Ewart, Win, cabinetmaker, 2 Drummond st. 
Ewart, Wm. cabinetmaker and organbuilder, 

132 High street 
Ewart, Mrs, 27 Nelson street 
Ewart, Miss, dressmaker, 39 George street 
Ewart, Miss, 27 Hamilton pi. Stockbridge 
Ewart, Misses, milliners, &c. 29 Richmond pi. 
Ewing, Benjamin, tailor, 170 High street 
Ewing, George, 3 Chapel street 
Ewing, William, cooper, 50 Broughton street 
Ewing, Mrs H. confectioner, 55 Broughton st. 
Exchange, Royal, 291 High street 
Exchange Reading-room, 130 Constitution 

street, Leith 
Exchange Stables, 125 Constitution st. Leith 
Exchequer Office, Parliament square 
Excise Permit Office, 5 S. College street 
Experimental Gardens, Inverleith row 
Extractor's Chambers, 8, 10, & 12 Reg. ho. 



Experience Investment Society, 3 North St 
Andrew street — A. Paterson, manager 

Eye Dispensary, D. Wilson, M.D. 405 Lawn- 
market 

Eyre, Thos. stocking manufacturer, 3 Kerr 
street 

Eyre, Misses, boarding-school, 8 Randolph cliff 

Fackney, Mrs James, lodgings, 25 Bridge st. 
Faed, John, R.S.A. portrait-painter, 51 Nor- 
thumberland street 
Fair, Hyne David, woollen and linen draper, 

9 Grassmarket 
Fairbairn and Co. hosiers and drapers, 30 St 

Andrew square 
| Fairbairn, Davidson, & Co. milliners and gene- 
| ral drapers, 1 and 2 Shandwick place 
| Fairbairn, Alex., 1 1 Union street 
Fairbairn, Rev. Jas. Sunnyside villa, Trinity 
Fairbairn, James, engraver, 14 So. St Andrew 

street — Temperance hotel — See Adv. 
Fairbairn, James, draper, 1 Leslie place 
I Fairbairn, James, 3 Malta terrace 
Fairbairn, John, 5 Alison place, Leith 
, Fairbairn, P. surgeon, 53 George square 
Fairbairn, Mrs, lodgings, 6 Shandwick place 
Fairbairn, Wm. surveyor, 17 George st.— ho. 

15 Nelson st. 
Fairbairn, Mrs James, 1 St Cuthbert's glebe, 

Lothian road 
Fairbairn, Miss Isabella, lodgings, 9 Albyn pi. 
Fairbairn, Miss, 1 Summerhall place 
Fairbairn, Miss, 8 Mary place 
Fairfoul, Wm. 6 Roxburgh place 

Fairgrieve, John, printer, 72 Rose st ho. 23 

Sciennes 
Fairgrieve, Thos. chemist & druggist, 46 Clerk 

street — ho. 1 Sylvan place 
Fairgrieve, William, smith, 8 Dock st— ho. 3 

Regent street, Leith 
Fairgrieve, Mrs Wm. lodgings, 59 Kirkgate 
Fairgrieve, Miss M. milliner, &c. 99 Princes st. 
Fairley, James, wine merchant and grocer, 67 

Lauriston place 
Fairley, Jamts, jun.mercht. 63 Lauriston pi. 
Fairley, Mungo, coal merch.16 Port- Hamilton 
Fairley, Thomas, merchant, 63 Lauriston pi. 
Fairley, Elizabeth, wine and spirit merchant, 

18 Calton street 
Fairly, Robert, (Miller $ F.) Mayfield ter. 
Fairly, Thos. S. writer, 11 Broughton place 
Fairweather, David, 20 Cumberland street 
Faithfull, Rev. Valentine, 23 Royal circus 
Falconar, Miss, Falconhall, Morningside 
Falconar, George, of Carlowrie, New Club 

Princes street 
Falconer, Dav. grocer and tea- dealer, 18 Home 

street 
Falconer, Duncan, sheriff-officer, 3 Victoria st. 
Falconer, George, spirit merchant, 1 South 

Richmond street 
Falconer, Henry D. flesher, 82 Pleasance 
Falconer, James, writer, 3 Cheyne street 



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Falconer, John, agent for Preston collieries, 

2 High Calton 
Falconer, Joseph, shipping agent, Wet Docks 

and Granton pier — house, Luxra cottage, 

Gran ton 
Falconer, Thomas, tobacconist, 361 High st. 

— house, 36 George street 
Falconer, Walter, eating-house and pie-shop, 

43 Candlemaker row 
Falconer, William, grocer and spirit dealer, 

39 North Richmond street 
Falconer, Mrs, lodgings, Anchorfield 
Falkirk Iron Co. warehouse, 18 Picardy pi. 

— Robert Scott, agent 
Falkner, Misses, milliners and dressmakers, 

65 Castle street 
Falla, Misses M. & J. milliners and straw-hat 

makers, 29 S. Frederick street 
Falshaw, James, 26 Castle street 
Family Endowment, Lite Assurance, and 

Annuity Office, 4-a St Andrew square — 

Robert Allan, agent 
Farmer, Alex, provision dealer, 145 High st. 
Farmer, David, baker, 7 Calton street 
Farmer, James, photographer, Silvermills 

cottage, Henderson row 
Farmer, John, baker, 8 Roxburgh place and 

130 High street 
Farmer, John, Jane bank, Blackford road 
Farmer, Wm. upholsterer, 57 Nicolson st. 
Farmer, Miss Agnes, baker, 209 Pleasance 
Farmers' Live Stock Company, 46 North 

Hanover street — John Innes, manager for 

Scotland — See Adv. 
Farnie, Misses, 29 Howard place 
Farnington, A. 2 Deanhaugh street 
Farquhar, Alex, spirit dealer, 55 Yardheads 
Farquhar, Robert, grocer and victual dealer, 

54 Thistle street 
Farquhar, Mrs, 12 Clarence street 
Farquharson, Alex, general dealer, 56 Bruns- 
wick street 
Farquharson, Charles H. working jeweller 

and watchmaker, 26 Leith street — bouse, 

Jessamine cottage, West Preston street 
Farquharson, David, confectioner, 30 and 34 

Westport — house, 8 Vennel 
Farquharson, Fran, confectioner, 71 Nicolson 

st. — ho. 10 Windmill st. 
Farquharson, F. of Finzean, 5 Eton terrace 
Farquharson, J. C. (National Bank), 9 Inver- 

leith place 
Farquharson, John, 32 Cumberland street 
Farquharson, Mrs, 26 Elder street 
Farquharson, Mrs John, 1 Clerk street 
Farquharson, Miss A. 9 Inverleith place 
Farquharson, Misses E. & C. fancy trimming 

warehouse, 5 Catherine st. 
Farquharson, Miss, 23 Royal circus 
Farquharson, Miss, 13 Salisbury road 
Farrell, Robert, poulterer, 1 Hope street 
Farrie, Thos. & Robt. contractors, Bath pi. 
Fearn, Miss, 21 Walker street 



Fearns, William, teacher, 14 Nicolson square 

— house, 71 Clerk street 

Fegan, J. & Co. importers of French flowers, 

and feather manufacturers, 21 George street 

Fegan & Co. clothiers, outfitters, and woollen 

drapers, 56 High street, and Kirkgate, Leith, 

— ho. Waltarfield cottage, Portobello 

Feild, Miss Eliza, teacher of drawing and 

music, 23 Salisbury street 
Fell, Wm. Ed. Cotton, Lochrin house 
Female Servants' Home, 18 Hill street 
Female Shelter, Gilmore's close, 99 Grass- 
market — Mrs Maconochie, matron 
Fender, Mrs, 1 Great Wellington street 
Fenton, Alexander & Co. wine and spirit mer« 

chants and grocers, 79 Shore 
Fenton, Edw.( A. F. § Co.), 14 Albany st. Leith 
Fenton, R. spirit merchant, 167 Pleasance 
Fenton, R. lodgings, 22 Cumberland street 
Fenton, Mrs G., 1 East Newington place 
Fen wick, Andrew, cowfeeder, 4 Pitt street 
Fenwick, Peter, wine and spirit merchant, 

119 High street 
Ferenbach, P., clockmaker and toy ware- 
house, 132 Princes street 
Fergie, AVilliam, toy warehouse, 47 Clerk st. 
Fergus, Wm. wood merch. 42 South Junction 

street — house, 3 Morton street 
Ferguson, A. & J. stay warehouse, 26 Couper 

street 
Ferguson, Adam, 28 Lauriston street 
Ferguson, Alexander, purveyor of confec- 
tionary to the Queen, 1 Melbourne pi. 
Ferguson, Alex. jun. confectioner, 5 Archi- 
bald place 
Ferguson, Arch. 5 Wharton Place 
Ferguson, Davidson, & Co. merchants and 
agents for Peruvian guano importers, Junc- 
tion road, Leith 
Ferguson, Duncau, tailor, 24 Cumberland st. 
Ferguson, Fergus, accountant, 12 Carnegie st. 
Ferguson, George (late A. Macbri/de), hair- 
dresser and perfumer to the Queen, 67 
George street 
Ferguson, Geo. sheriff officer, 25 Frederick 

street 
Ferguson, J. & Co. pawnbrokers, 312 Lawn- 
market — John Ferguson, manager 
Ferguson, James, gardener, 2 Shrub place 
Ferguson, James, agent, 10 Annandale street 
Ferguson, James H. draper, 31 Elder street 
Ferguson, J. & A. sugar-house, 9 Coburg 

street, Leith 
Ferguson, John, W.S. I Regent terrace 
Ferguson, John, 28 India street 
FergusoD, John, 59 Lauriston place 
Ferguson, John, tailor, 47 St Mary's wynd 
Ferguson, John, 43-a Minto street 
Ferguson, John, & Son, marble and coloured 
paper makers, Carruhber's close, 135 High 
street — house, 3 Blair street 
Ferguson, John, 10 St Patrick square 
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Ferguson, Rev. Robert {Free St David's), 19 

Lauriston street 
Ferguson, R. J. confectioner, 2 Johnstone pi. 
Ferguson, Robert, china and rag merchant, 

74 St Andrew St., Leith, and 48 High St., 

Edinburgh — house, 4 Junction St., Leith 
Ferguson, Thos. grocer and wine merchant, 2 

Market place — house, 6" Bruuswick street 
Ferguson, Thos., & Co., china, glass, and stone 

warehouse, 11 Commercial place — house, 8 

Regent street 
Ferguson, Walter, teacher of drawing and 

painting, High school, and 36 George street 

— house, 70 Gilmour place 
Ferguson, Wm. flesher, 60 Charlotte st. Leith 
Ferguson, Wm. 14 Raeburn place 
Ferguson, William, W.S. 1 Dundas street 
Ferguson, Wm. merchant, 31 Drummond pi. 
Ferguson, William, bookseller, 7 & 9 Bank st. 
Ferguson, Mrs Admiral, 2 Eton terrace 
Ferguson, Mrs Archd., 22 St James' square 
Ferguson, Mrs Eneas, 11 Keir street 
Ferguson, Mrs J., Jordan bank, Morningside 
Ferguson, Mrs James, 7 St Cuthbert's glebe 
Ferguson, Mrs Peter, chimney-sweep, 12 E. 

Cumberland lane 
Ferguson, Mrs, spirit dealer, 2 Bernard st. 
Ferguson, Mrs, 3 London row 
Ferguson, Mrs, 9 Bellevue terrace 
Ferguson, Mrs, grocer. Cherry bank 
Ferguson, Mrs, matron Edin. Lying-in Insti- 
tution, 74 Thistle street 
Ferguson, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 49 India place 
Ferguson, Miss Agnes, 1 Carlton street 
Ferguson, Miss, 1 St Col me street 
Ferguson, Miss, dressmaker, 53 India place 
Ferguson, Miss, 34 London street 
Ferguson, Misse9, 1 Park street 
Fergusson, Geo. ( Cathcart, F. $ Co.), 5 Atholl 

crescent 
Fergusson, John, accountant, 28 India street 
Fergusson, P., letter-carrier, 2 St James' pi. 
Fergusson, R. D. G., of Isle, 3 Bellevue ere?. 
Fergusson, Wm. plumber and gasfitter, 112 

Nicolson street — house, 11 Lutton place 
Fergusson, William, grocer, 22 Maitland st. 
Fergusson, Miss, 18 Rutland square 
Fergusson, Miss, 9 Castle street 
Ferme, Mrs Jane, 40 Rankeillor st. 
Fernie, Mrs J. 17 Calton hill 
Ferrie, T. B. & J. D., W.S., 6 Nelson street 
Ferrie & Dowie, T24 Constitution street, Leith, 

S.S.C. and Notaries Public 
Ferrie, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 41-a Broughton st. 
Ferrier, D., bookseller, and Bible depository, 

17 Leith st. — ho. 4 George pi. 
Ferrier, George, 15 Arniston place 
Ferrier, James, teacher of drawing, 12 Queen 

street — house, 8 Keir street 
Ferrier, John, accountant, 56 India street 
Ferrier, Thomas H., W.S., 136 Princes st. 
Ferrier, Mrs James Crawford, Seafield lodge 
Ferrier, Mrs John, lodgings, 15 Drummond st. 



Ferrier, Mrs, ladies' nurse and midwife, G S. 

St James' st. 
Ferrier, Mis, 9 S.-E. Circus place 
Ferrier, Mrs, 44 Rankeillor street 
Fiddes, William, spirit dealer, 4 Cowgatehead 
Field & Allan, smoke curers, slaters, glaziers,& 

painters, 27 Frederick street, Henderson 

row, and 19 William street 
Field & Allen, slate glass merchants, glass 

stainers, and cnamellers, 19 S. Junction 

road, Leith 
Field, Mrs Captain, 38 Great King street 
Field, Rowland, Victoria hotel, 3 Broughton 

street 
Fielding, Miss, 8 Cumberland street 
Fife and Kinross Railway Company's office, 

10 Northumberland street — Lindsay and 

Paterson, W.S. secretaries 
Fife, John, 27 Parkside st. 
Fife, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 2 Glanville place 
Fife, Miss, milliner and straw bonnetmaker, 

26 Haddington place 
Fife, Miss, 4 Rankeillor street 
Fiffe, Misses, dressmakers, 13 E. Adam st. 
Filipowski, Herschell, accountant, Windsor 

house, Wardie 
Finch, John, hosier, 20 George street 
Finch, Mrs W. M., 1 Lutton pi. 
Findlater, James, (Christie <£■ F.), 2 Buc- 

cleuch place 
Find I ay, George, spirit dealer, Water of Leith 
Findlay, Jas. master gunner, Edinburgh castle 
Findlay, William, grocer, 79 Rose street 
Findlay, Mrs, 55 George square 
Finlay, Charles, writer, 6 Great Stuart street 
Finlay, Henry W., 81 S. bridge Bible and 

stationery warehouse See Adv. 

Finlay, G. L. manager Edinburgh Life Assu- 
rance Company, 17 Northumberland st, 
Finlay, George, coach-hirer, 12 Charles street 
Finlay, George, cowfeeder, 2 Beaumont place 
Finlay, Jas. solicitor, 60 George st. 
Finlay, Js. watchmkr. and jewlr., 9 Baxter's pi. 
Finlay, John, bootmaker, 48 Hanover st. — 

house, 12 South St David street 
Finlay, Peter, water officer, 16 Heriot place 
Finlay, Robt., S.S.C. and N.P. 2 Queen st 

house, 17 London st. 
Finlay, John, 16 Scotland st. 
Finlay, Thos. fishmonger, 6 Charlotte street, 

Leith 
Finlay, William, cabinetmaker, &c. 21 South 

St Andrew street and Paul's work — house, 

2 South St David street 
Finlay, Wm., M.D., F.R.C.P. Cherry bank, 

Trinity 
Finlay, William, secretary, Scottish Equitable 

Assurance Co., 17 Northumberland street 
Finlay, William, bank messenger, Clyde street 

lane 
Finlay, Mrs, 5 Salisbury st. 
Finlay, Mrs Catherine, 52 Broughton street 
Finlay, Mrs W. 5 Howe st. 



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Finlayson, Daniel, tailor and clothier, 35 "West 

Register street — house, 4 Infirmary street 
Finlayson, James (J. Craig £ Co.) Star bank, 

Trinity 
Finlayson, J. assurance agent, 4 Hermitage pi. 
Finlayson, Matthew, dentist, 53 Charlotte st. 
Finlayson, R. spirit dealer, 21 Abbey 
Finlayson, Thomas, 31 Cumberland street 
Finlayson, T. druggist & dentist, 33 Tolbooth 

wynd, Leith 
Finlayson, Rev. Thomas, 6 Mary's place 
Finlayson, Wm. G. teacher, Trades' Maiden 

Hospital, 14 Clerk street 
Finlayson, Mrs Wm. 2 Alva street 
Finlayson, Mrs, dressmaker and embroiderer, 

4 Hermitage place 
Finley, J. shipmaster, 39 Albany St., Leith 
Finnie, J. brush manufacturer, 7 Richmond pi. 
Finnie, Thos. agent, 18 Cromwell street 
Finnie, Miss Agnes, 29 Clarence street 
Fire Insurance agency office, 46 N. Hanover 

st. — John Innes, manager for Scotland — 

See Adv. 
Firth, Wm. 13 Rosebank cottages 
Fisher, D. & J., W.S. 9 Broughton place 
Fisher, Daniel, S.S.C. 9 Broughton place 
Fisher, J.R. china & elass mer., 7 Frederick st. 
Fisher, John, W.S. 9 Broughton place 
Fisher, Wm. bootmaker, 11 Catherine st. — ho. 

1 Windsor street 
Fisher, William, wine merchant and grocer, 17 

Home street — house, 16 
Fisher, Mrs J. R. teacher of wax-fruit and 

flowers, 7 Frederick street 
Fisher, Mrs, oil and colour shop, 43 Clerk st. 
Fisher, Mrs, 1 Vanburgh place 
Fishery, Board of British White Herring, 

Royal Institution, Mound 
Fitzpatrick, F. pawnbroker, 179 Canongate 
Flannigan, M. pawnbroker, 142 Cowgate — 

house, 21 Blair street 
Fleming, A. B. & Co. printing-ink manufac- 
turers, practical chemists, 43 Salamander 

street — house, 10 James' place, Leith 
Fleming, Alex., W.S., 20 Lynedoch place 
Fleming, W. J. & Co. sack manufacturers and 

contractors, 14 Shore 
Fleming, Andrew, S.S.C. 14 Young street 
Fleming, Frederick, surg. 6 Haddington pi. 
Fleming, George, baker, 2 Bristo port 
Fleming, H. tailor and clothier, Ilillhousefleld 
Fleming, James, commis. agent, 1 Leven st. 
Fleming, Thomas, gardener, Dairy lane 
Fleming, Thos. spirit dealer, 66 West port 
Fleming, William, china merchant, 43 St 

Leonard street 
Fleming, Mrs Marg. cook, Deanhaugh house 
Fleming, Mrs, Seagrove house, Leith 
Fleming, Mrs, midwife, 5 Deanhaugh street 
Fleming, Mrs, 14 Eton terrace 
Fleming, Misses, 20 Drummond place 
Fleming, Misses, aud Love, milliners and 

dressmakers, 4 W. Nicolson street 



Flemington, James, waiter, 140 Rose street 

Fletcher and Hunter, watchmakers, 31 Frede- 
rick street 

Fletcher, Angus, of Dunans, advocate, 5 Ainslie 
place 

Fletcher, John, spirit merchant, 9 Old Physic 
gardens 

Fletcher, Peter, globemaker and map mounter, 
21 Clyde street 

Fletcher, Mrs, lodgings, 15 Clerk street 

Flett, George, tailor and clothier, 35 Sandport 
street, Leith 

Flett, Wm. tea dealer, 3 Bank street, Leith — 
house, 21 Albany street, Leith 

Flett, Wm. joiner and cabinetmaker, 5 Albany 
street — house, 3 Cannon street 

Flett, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 37 India place 

Flint, Mrs, furrier, 25 Xorth bridge 

Flockhart and Calder, beast and sheep sales- 
men, 19 Archibald place 

Flockhart, Henry, live stock agent, 2 Keir st. 

Flockhart, W. (Duncan, F. $* Co.), Lomond 
house, Tiinity 

Flowers, Thomas G. historical engraver, 21 
and 31 Charlotte square — house, Primrose 
bank, Trinity 

Flyn, Miss, 3 Carlton street 

Fogo, Major-general, R.A. D.L. of Kirtleton, 
3 Manor place 

Foley, Mrs, Governess" Institution, 11 Picardy 
place 

Foord & Moir, Portsburgh tanworks, 95 West 
port 

Foote & Simpson, fruiterers and greengrocers, 
23 Green market 

Foote, John, fruiterer and coach hirer, 23 
Dundas street 

Foote, William. 14 Warriston crescent 

Forbes, Peter, & Co. wine & brandy merchts. 
97 South bridge 

Forbes, Alex, bookbinder, 5 Milne's court 

Forbes, Alex, coach hirer, 24 Pitt street 

Forbes, A. builder, &c. 3 West Xewington pi. 

Forbes, Charles H. Canaan park, Grange loan 

Forbes, Daniel, plumber and gasfitter, 1 For- 
rest road — house, 2 Greyfriars' place 

Forbes, Daniel, lodgings, 108 George street 

Forbes, David, glass, china, and lamp ware- 
house, 7 St Andrew square 

Forbes, James D. professor of natural philo- 
sophy, 3 Park place 

Forbes, Rev. Jno., LL.D. house governor and 
chaplain, Donaldson's hospital 

Forbes, Patrick, 16 Grove street 

Forbes, W. plumber, brassfounder, and gas- 
fitter, Swinton row — ho. 17 St James' sq. 

Forbes, William, advocate, 4 Shandwick place 

Forbes, Wm. (G.P.-O.) 11 Melbourne pi. 

Forbes, Mrs, milliner and dressmaker, 18 
William street 

Forbes, Mrs, lodgings, 18 Lothian street 

Forbes, Mrs, ladies' sick-nurse, 15 Jamaica st. 

Forbes, MrP, 1 1 Trinity crescent 



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Forbes, Miss Jane, 6 Manor place 

Forbes, Miss Margt. 1 1 Henderson row 

Forbes, Miss, 11 Archibald place 

Forbes, Miss, 4 Shaudwick place 

Ford, Geo. provision dealer, 245 High street, 

and 72 Nicolson street 
Ford, James, wine and spirit merchant, 1S4 

High street and 15 Kirkgate, Leith — house, 

5 John street 
Ford, James, groeer and spirit merchant, 67 

St Andrew street, Leith 
Ford, James, 6 Hermitage place, Leith 
Ford, J. & E. drapers and hosiers, 202 

Canongate 
Ford, John, flint glass manufr. to the Queen, 

Hob/rood glass-works, So. back of Canon- 
gate, and 58 N. bridge — ho. 17 St John st. 
Ford, Thomas {Ford & Sons), 7 Hermitage 

place, Leith 
Ford, Thomas, grocer and spirit dealer, 114 

Canongate 
Ford, Wm. & Sons, wholes, grocers, wine and 

spirit merchants, 102 Constitution st. 
Ford, William, 34 Minto street 
Ford, William, sen. 4 Cassells' place 
Ford, William J. [W. F. and Sons) 17 Hope 

crescent 
Ford, Miss, 18 Leopold place 
Fordyce, George D. advocate, sheriff of 

Sutherland and Caithness, 5 Forres street 
Fordyce, James Wm. commercial traveller, 
' 6 Dalrymple place 

Fordyce, Wm. city missionary, 35 Home street 
Forfar, Robert, architect, 20 Pitt street 
Foreman, Anthony, boot and shoe maker, 34 

Sandport street 
Forgan, David, cabinetmaker, Milne's close, 212 

Canongate 
Forgan, David, engineer, Middlefield house 
Forgie, John, flesher, 3 and 4 Middle market 
Forgie, Robert, cattle agent, 106 Lauriston pi. 
Forman, James, advocate, 6 Drummond pi. 
Forman, John N., W.S. 8 Heriot row 
Forman, T. S. teacher, 40 Eridge street 
Forman, Mrs, 5 West Maitland street 
Forrest & Company, North British railway 

coal depot, Physic gardens, coal merchants 
Forrest & Company, Edinburgh and Glasgow 

railway depot, Haymarket, coal merchants 
Forrest, Alexander, smith, ] 10 Rose street 
Forrest, Daniel, stationer and news agent, 7 

North Richmond street 
Forrest, David, 11 Cheyne street 
Forrest, Edmund, 23 Howard place 
Forrest, Geo. bootmaker, 96 Nicolson street 
Forrest, Sir James, Bart. 18 Manor place 
Forrest, Jas. grocer and spirit dealer, Water of 

Leith 
Forrest, John, spirit dealer, 59 Low Calton 
Forrest, John, grocer and spirit dealer, 115 

Cowgate 
Forrest, P., plumber, &c, 18 Dock street- 
house, Seafield place, Leith 



Forrest, Robt., auctioneer and appraiser, 56 

North Hanover street — ho. 33 London st. 
Forrest, T. smith & ironmonger, 20 and 22 

Clerk st. — house, 71 
Forrest, William, engraver, 17 Archibald pi. 
Forrest, Wm. plasterer, 11 Bread street 
Forrest, Mrs Daniel, 51 Brunswick street 
Forrest, Mrs Janet, grocer, 111 Causeyside 
Forrest, Mrs W. H. 30 Moray place 
Forrester, Alexander, baker, 31 Frederick 6t. 
Forrester, D., Newington aca. 8 Arniston pi. 
Forrester, John, Edinburgh Juvenile Esta- 
blishment, 13 St Andrew square — house, 
33 London street 
Forrester, John, W.S. 8 Drummond place 
Forrester, John, toy shop, 39 B rough ton pi. 
Forrester, Win. lithographer, letterpress prin- 
ter, and engraver, 7 George street — house, 
121 Princes street 
Forrester, William, fruiterer, 44 Nicolson st. 
Forrester, W. T. mail guard, 7 Calton hill 
Forrester, Mrs A. 24 Upper Gray street 
Forrester, Misses, teachers of pianoforte and 

singing, 56 Queen street 
Forrester, Miss M. 32 Minto street 
Forshaw, Henry, livery stables, Church lane 
Forster, William, innkeeper, 20 Cowgate 
Forsyth, David, S.S.C. 30 St Andrew square 
Forsyth, Francis, cooper, tar and naphtha 
manufacturer — works, Salamander street — 
house, Anderson's villa, Leith walk 
Forsyth, John D. 7 Fife place 
Forsyth, John, printer, 82 South Bridge 
Forsyth, Peter, 16 Allan street 
Forsyth, Robert, tailor & clothier, 41 Bristo st. 
Forsyth, Thomas, 18 Drummond street 
Forsyth, Wm. furniture dealer and cabinet- 
maker, 35 Candlemaker row 
Forsyth, Mrs, 4 W. Melville place 
Forsyth, Miss, housekeeper, Royal Infirmary 
Forsyth, Miss, millin. & dressm. 85 George st. 
Forsyth, Miss, 11 King's place 
Forstall, John (manager for Fegan & Co., 66 

High street), 12 Broughton street 
Fort, Edward, fiesher, 8 East Sciennes street 
Fortie, John, artist and teacher of drawing, 

2 South Charlotte street 
Fortune, John, painter, 44 India street 
Fortune, II. slater, 9 and 10 So. Junction st. 
Fortune, Robert, bandage and artificial leg 

maker, 15 Young street — See Adv. 
Fortune, Miss E. & J. (successors to Miss 

Janet M'Donald), 144 Princes street 
Foster & Miller, plasterers, Jamaica st. lane 
Foster, Miss Sarah, 8 Eastfield, Leith 
Fotheringham, G. {Customs), 2 Couper street 
Fotheringham, James, baker, 35 Couper st. 
Fotheringham, John, 54 South Clerk street 
Fotheringhame, Robert, joiner and cabinet- 
maker, 18 S. Hanover st. & Physic gardens 
Fotheringham, Mrs, 55 Crosscausey 
Fould9, Mrs, midwife and ladies' nurse, 26 
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Foulis, Robert, F.R.C S.E. 9 Alva street 

Foulis, Lady, 14 Lynedoch place 

Foulis, Miss, 7 St Vincent street 

Fowler, Alex, painter, paper-hanger, & glazier, 

12 Duncan street, Drummond place 
Fowler, Adam, grocer and provision merchant, 

274 Canongate 
Fowler, Jas. tailor and clothier, 80 George 

street 
Fowler, John, boot and shoe maker, 120 Nicol- 

son street 
Fowler, Peter, wright, 2 West Crosscausey 
Fowler, William, tailor and clothier, 73 Cum- 
berland street 
Fowler, Mrs G. 1 West Claremont street 
Fowler, Miss M. dressmaker, 12 Duncan st. 
Fowlie, Alexander, Stewart's hospital 
Fowlie, G. S. agent, 2 Hill place 
Fox, Charles, 3 Claremont place 
Fox, D. B. 179 Canongate 
Fox, Dennis, spirit dealer, 287 Cowgate 
Fox, George, clerk of works, 12 Gardner's cres. 
Fox, Daniel, printer & paper dealer, 5 Elder st. 
Fox, Miss Susan, 5 Elder street 
Frame, Lockhart, bookbinder, 13 N. Bank st. 

— house, 4 Melbourne place 
Francalanza,T. teacher of fencing, 59 S. bridge, 

and Gymnasium, under Music hall, Geo. st. 
Francis, David, agent, Grange road 
Francks, B. foreign commission agent, and 

optician, 1 Elm row 
Fraser and Anderson, clothiers to her Majesty, 

1 St Andrew square 
Fraser & Co. booksellers, agents for the Irish 

National School Books, 45 N. Hanover st. 
Fraser, Alex, surveyor of taxes, 6 Waterloo pi. 
Fraser, Alexander, glazier and dealer in win- 
dow glass, 34 Blair street 
Fraser, Alex, wine & spt. merch. Albany lane 

— house, 2 Barony street 
Fraser, Alex. (Neill 8f Co. Printers'), Canon- 
mills Cottage 
Fraser, Alex. M. (F. 4r Anderson), 18 Brough- 

ton place 
Fraser, Professor, 12 Rutland street 
Fraser, Alex, grocer and coal merchant, 11 

Canongate 
Fraser, Alexander, shoemaker, 51 Bristo st. 
Fraser, Alexander, 136 Pleasance — house, 10 

Craigside place 
Fraser, Andrew, tailor and Highland dress 

maker, 16 South bridge 
Fraser, Alex. A.R.S.A., landscape painter, 

1 Henderson row 
Fraser, Arthur, 10 Randolph crescent 
Fraser, Charles, furniture dealer, 44 Blair st. 
Fraser, Donald, 17 W. Nicolson street 
Fraser, D. (T. & F.), 9 Shrub place 
Fraser, Geo. fishing hair manuf. 51 West port 
Fraser, Hugh, W.S. 35 Frederick street — 

house, 4 Dundas street 
Fraser, Hugh, jun. shipping and forwarding 

agent, Wet docks 



Fraser, Rev. Hugh, 39 Ann street 

Fraser, James, M.D. 14 Clarence street 

Fraser, James, Edinburgh and Leith carrier 
15 Clyde street 

Fraser, James, house agent, 30 Nicolson st. — 
house, 4 Hill place 

Fraser, James, 16 Hart street 

Fraser, J. (G.P.-O.), 1 Annfield, Newhaven 

Fraser, J. Mackay (Regis. House), Monro pi. 

Fraser, John, soda water manufacturer, 133 
Rose street 

Fraser, John, coach hirer, Regent terrace lane 

Fraser, John, hair dresser, 84 Kirkgate 

Fraser, John, actuary, and manager of the Life 
Association of Scotland, the Association's 
buildings, 82 Princes st. — ho. 9 StColmest. 

Fraser, John Charles, C.A. Register house — 
house, 23 Pitt street 

Fraser, John, general agent for Scotland for 
Morison's vegetable medicine, 71 Princes 
street 

Fraser, Margaret, china merchant, 6 North 
Richmond street 

Fraser, Patrick, advocate, 5 Heriot row 

Fraser, Patk. N. (Neill 6f Co. printers), Canon- 
mills cottage 

Fraser, P. S. 45 North Hanover street 

Fraser, Robert, dairyman, 176 Rose street 

Fraser, Rev. R. W., St John's, 6 Hope park 

Fraser, Simon, cooper, Lothian road, and 
6 Greenside place 

Fraser, Thomas, drainage department, police 
chambers — house, 173 Fountainbridge 

Fraser, Thomas, victual dealer, 3 Huntly st. 

Fraser, The Brothers, professors of music, 71 
Princes street 

Fraser, Wm. L. spirit dealer, 135 Fountain- 
bridge 

Fraser, William, coach-hirer, 1 Forres street 

Fraser, William, W.S. and Master Extraordi- 
nary of Chancery, 54 Castle street 

Fraser, Wm. jun., W.S. and town-clerk, Ca- 
nongate, 31 Princes street — ho. 42 Melville 
street 

Fraser, Wm. boot & shoemaker, 4 High market 
street — house, Fishmarket 

Fraser, William N., S.S.C., and Master Ex- 
traordinary of Chancery, 41 Albany street 

Fraser, William, assistant keeper of Register 
of Sasines, 11 Forres street 

Fraser, Wm. superintendent, Night Asylum, 
Old Fishmarket close 

Fraser, Mrs Agnes, spirit dealer, Canonmills 

Fraser, Mrs Thomas, glass and china riveter, 
25 Ashley buildings, Netherbow 

Fraser, Mrs Wm. Canonmills cottage 

Fraser, Mrs Wm. 14 Portland place, Leith 

Fraser, Mrs, late of Fingask, 10 St Bernard's 
crescent 

Fraser, Mrs, 47 Great King street 

Fraser, Mrs, 19 Pitt street 

Fraser, Mrs, 26 Pitt street 

Fraser, Miss Agnes, 23 Lauriston street 



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Fraser, Miss Janet, 5 Great Stuart street 

Fraser, Miss, 3 Atholl place 

Fraser, Miss, 18 Leopold place 

Fraser, Miss, 19 Warriston crescent 

Fraser, Misses, 1 Forres street 

Fraser, Misses, milliners, 2 Warriston place 

Frater, Ralph & Co. billiard room 17 So. St 

Andrew street 
Frater, William (N. B. Advertiser Office), 54 

South Clerk street 
Freer, George, merchant, 29 Melville street 
French, G. T. artificial florist and feather 

maker, 153 Rose street 
French, John, W.S. 6 Graham street 
French, John, grocer and spirit merchant, 27 

Bernard street — house, 1 1 Cassels' pi. 
French, Mrs, 5 Bonnington place 
Frew, Alexander, teacher, Granton cottages 
Friend, Mrs Sophia, confectioner, 83 Brough- 

ton street 
Friendly Insurance Co. 40 Princes street — 

Messrs Jollie, Strong, & Henry, agents 
Friendly Societies, Registrar of, A. C. 

Ritchie, advocate, 10 Albany street 
Frier, John (sorter, G.P.- O.), 5 S. College st. 
Frier, Matthew (Clydesdale Bank), 16 Royal 

Exchange 
Frier, Matthew, Hope Park cottage 
Frier, Matthew, salesman, 44 Howe street 
Frier, Robert, stocking manufacturer, 316 

Lawnmarket 
Frier, Rob., landscape painter, 56 India st. 
Frimble, George, 14 Raeburn place 
Froom, Jonathan, 17 Preston street 
Fullarton, A. & Co. printers, stereotype found- 
ers, publishers, and booksellers, Stead's 

place — agency, 44 South bridge 
Fullarton, Jn. A.(F. S?Co.), 6 Abercromby pi. 
Fullarton, J. K. (Indigent Gentlewomen's Fund 

Office), 5 Castle terrace 
Fullarton, Stewart Murray, Major, H.E.I.C.S. 

35 Ann street 
Fullarton, Mrs, of Skeldon, 5 Castle terrace 
Fullarton, Miss, 21 Heriot row 
Fuller, John, clothier and draper, 54 South 

bridge— house, 6 East Arthur place 
Fullerton, Alder, & Co. gas meter manufacts., 

5 Abbey mount — house, Libberton 
Fullerton, Thomas, builder, Spittal street 
Fullerton, Miss, 9 Maitland street 
Fulton, Aw. saddler, cap and harness maker, 

86 George street — house, 14 Maitland st. 
Fulton, F. corn merchant, 41 S. Clerk st. 
Fulton, Hugh, deputy harbour-master, Gran- 
ton pier 
Fulton, John, 4 Fife place 
Fulton, John, and Co., Pleasance brewery 
Fulton, W. B. 2 Salisbury square 
Fulton, Mrs, 2 Thomson's place 
Furby, M. teacher of French, 95 George st. 
Furley, Robert Charles, chemist and surgeon, 

39 Earl Grey street — ho. 3 W. Lauriston 

place 



Fyall, Mrs Thos. 5 Admiralty street, Leith 
Fyfe, Andrew, S.S.C. 21 St Andrew square — 
house, 15 Leopold place, agent for Na- 
tional Mercantile Life Assurance and Sun 
Fire Offices 
Fyfe, Neilson, cork manufacturer, Milne's 

court, Chalmers' close, 81 High street 
Fyfe, Thomas N. (Customs), Madeira cottage, 

North Leith 
Fyfe, William, 5 Moray st. 
Fyffe, Mrs, 7 Albany street 
FyfFe, Mrs Dr, 9 Warriston crescent 
Fyffe, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 3 Clarence street 

Gaelic School Society, committee rooms and 

depository, G York place 
Gaff, William, superintendent, Canal works, 

15 St Anthony's place 
Gains, Mrs Capt. 1 Gilmore st., Paul's work 
Gainlner, John, M.D. and F.R.C.S. 45 Nor- 
thumberland street 
Gairdner, Wm. T., M.D. and F.R.C.P. 45 

Northumberland street 
Gaiidner, Miss, 34 Bruntsfield links 
Gairn, Andrew, boot and shoemaker, 166 

Rose street — house, 180 
Gairns, John, writing-master, and teacher of 

arithmetic and book-keeping, 24 Castle st. 
Gairns, Mrs and Misses, dressmakers and 

milliners, 24 Castle street 
Galbraith, Angus, minister of the gospel, 3 

Morton st., Leith 
Galbraith, Christopher, wood merchant, Spit- 
tal street — house, 1 Lothian road 
Galbraith, E. M. writer, 16 Keir st. 
Galbraith, Peter, 37 London street 
Galbraith, Thomas, 42 Buccleuch street 
Galbraith, Mrs, 30 Castle street 
Galbraith, Miss, dressmaker, 26 Frederick st. 
Gall and Inglis, publishers and booksellers, 

6 George street 
Gall, George, straw bonnet manufacturer, 8 

North bridge 
Gall, Jas. ( G. Sf Inglis), Myrtle bank, Trinity 
Gall, Jas. jun. sculptor, 20 Gayfield square 
Gallaway, Alex, shipmaster, 5 Coburg street 
Gallaway, William D. 3 Hope street, Cassels' 

place, Leith walk 
Galletly, Alex. 1 1 Scotland street 
Galletly, John, S.S.C. 19 London street 
Galletly, Mrs William, 126 Pleasance 
Gallie, Laird, &Co. copper, iron, lead, and tin- 
plate merchants, 58 High street, and 96 
Constitution street, Leith 
Gallie, Alex, writer, 72 Buccleuch street 
Gallie, G. cabinetmaker, 27 Kiikgate — ho. 30 
Gallie, James B. 37 Minto street 
Gallie, John, accountant, 8 Roxburgh ter. 
Galloway, David, boot and shoemaker, 46 

Yardheads 
Galloway, Jas., com. traveller, Whitfield pi. 
Galloway, James, collector of poor-rates, pri- 
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factor, 59 Constitution street, Leith — house, 
Leith walk 
Galloway, John, shipmaster, 31 Bernard st. 

Galloway, Moncrieff, house factor, agent for 
Northern Fire and Life Assurance Co., 
59 Constitution street 

Galloway, Robert T. ( City of Glasgow Bank), 
Oakleigh, Wardie 

Galloway, R. S. writer, 1 Salisbury square 

Galloway, Robert, bookbinder, 82 S. Clerk st. 
— house, 27 Park side street 

Galloway, Win, tailor and clothier, 3 Montagu 
street 

Galloway, William, 8 Atholl pi. 

Galloway, Wm., tobacco manf., 32 Victoria st. 

Galloway,, William, china merchant, 57 Tol- 
booth wynd, Leith 

Galloway, William, 15 Lutton place 

Galloway, William, writer, 33 London street 

Galloway, Mrs, 9 Gardner's crescent 

Galloway, Mrs Janet, lodg., 1 Broughton pi. 

Galloway, Mrs, 10 Manor place 

Galloway, Misses, dressmakers, 3 Morton st. 

Gallwey, Mrs Dr, of Blair castle, 8 Mansfield 
place 

Game Certificate Office, 6 Waterloo place 

Gamgee, John, prof, of vet. med. and surg., 
Edinburgh new vet. col., 8 St Cuthbert's 
glebe — house, 2 

Gamgee, Josh, veterinary surgeon, Horse Infir- 
mary, W. Rose st, — ho. 70 Lauriston pi. 

Garden, James, & Son, tailors, 150 High st. 

Gardiner, J. advocate, 6 Pitt street 

Gardiner, John W. inspec. of poor, N. Leith, 
17 Dock st. — ho. 8 London row 

Gardiner, John, S.S.C. — chambers, 27 York 
pi. — ho. Grange house, York road, Trinity 

Gardiner, William, tailor and clothier, 4 St 
Patrick square 

Gardiner, Wm. stationer, 10 Lothian street 

Gardiner, Mrs. T. leather mercht. 21 Giles' st. 

Gardner and Ainslie, pharmaceutical chemists, 
58 George street 

Gardner, Alex, grocer, wine and spirit dealer, 
259 High street — house, 7 Meadow place 

Gardner, Alex, clothier, 5 and 6 Portland pi. 

Gardner, Andrew A. G Hope park 

Gardner, James, grocer, 225 High st. — house, 
7 Meadow place 

Gardner, James, 28 Rutland street 

Gardner, Rev. James, M.D. and A.M. 9 Ar- 
gyle square 

Gardner, John, collector for charitable insti- 
tutions, 408 Castle hill 

Gardner, John (L. and G.), 5 Clarence St. 

Gardner, Peter, cowfeeder, Sylvan place 

Gardner, Thos. tea mercht. 64 Frederick st. 

Gardner, W. C. Glasgow & Manchester ware- 
house, 140 Nicolson street — house, 10 Dun- 
can street, Ne wing ton 

Gardner, Mrs Jean, lodgings, 23 Downie place 

Gardner, Mrs Wm. 37 Constitution st. Leith 

Gardner, Mrs, 13 Ann street 



Gardner, Mrs, 2 Barony street 
Gardner, Margaret & Isabella, milliners and 
dressmakers, 23 Downie place 

Gardner, Miss Eliz. 58 George square 
Gardner, Miss, 11 Scotland street 

Gardner, Miss, day boarding school, 5 Forth st. 

Gardner, Miss, 95 Fountainbridge 

Gardyne, James Carnegy, Laverock bank 
house, Newhaven 

Garland, J. Ormond, pawnbroker, 33 St An- 
drew street, Leith — ho. 3 Ronaldson bids. 

Garland, Miss Isabella, 7 N.-W. Circus pi. 

Garret, Miss, 70 Abbey hill 

Garvie, Andrew (A. Ailanan §■ Co.), 2 Keir st. 

Gatherer, Mrs M. lodgings, 37 Broughton st. 

Gavin, P. & Son, cordage & canvas manuf. and 
sail makers, 12 Commercial pi., and Bath st. 

Gavin, W. and C. general merchants, 19 Com- 
mercial place 

Gavin, Peter (G. &f Son), 2 Laverock bank 

Gavin, Peter J. (jbryden,G. fy Co.), Jessfield 

Gavin, Robert, A.R.S.A., 2 Laverock bank 

Gavin, W. S. (P. G. $ Son), Cherrybank, 
Whale brae 

Gavin, Wm. ( W. $ C. G.), Williamfield 

Gavin, Wm. shipmaster, 6 Madeira st. Leith 

Gavin, Wm. Allan (Allan §• G.), 23 Clare- 
mont crescent 

Gavin, Crichton S. landing surveyor customs, 
4 Hart street 

Gavin, Mrs D. 11 James' place, Leith 

Gavine, Jn. builder, mason, and bricklayer, 
Whitefield cottage 

Gaylor, William, S.S.C, 6 Hart street 

Gazette Office, H. Majesty's, 13 Bank st. 

Gebbie, Francis, advocate, 39 Albany street 

Gebhard, F. 21 Heriot buildings 

Geddes, Adam Gordon, 28 Hamilton place, 
Stockbridge 

Geddes, Auckland C. land surveyor and civil 
engineer, 1 Erskine place 

Geddes, David, baker, ] Pier pi. Newhaven 

Geddes, James, confectioner, 5 Waterloo pi. 

Geddes, J. mining engineer, 16 Shandwick pi. 

Geddes, John, collector, Granton pier 

Geddes, Major-gen. John, 15 Salisbury road 

Geddes, Rod. spirit dealer, 141 Grassmarket 

Geddes, Col. Wm., C.B. 52 George sq. 

Geddes, Misses, ladies' boarding school, 16 
A thole crescent 

Geikie, James S. ornamental hair manufac- 
turer and perfumer to the Queen, 35 North 
bridge — house, 12 Duncan st. Newington 

Geikie, Mrs, 48 India street 

Gellan, William, printer, 126 Pleasance 

Gellatly, David, 27 Cheyne street 

Gellatly, Jn. engraver & lithographic printer, 
26 George st ho. 14 Scotland street 

Gellatly, Robert, watch and clockmaker, 78 
Princes street 

Gemble, Mrs, 1 St Vincent street 

Gemmell, James, paper mercht. agent and con- 
signee, 29 St John's hill— house, 31 



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Gemmell, Rev. Robt. minister of Arthur st. 

church, 17 Lutton place 
Gemmell, Wm. provision mercht. 19 Earl 

Grey street 
Gemmell, Mrs, 19 St John street 
General Advertiser for Scotland, 150 High 

street — J. Black, manager 
General Board of Lunacy, 12 St Andrew 

square 
General Board of Prisons, 99 George street 
General Employment Office, 7 Hunter sq. 
General Hailstone Insurance, 72 Princes st. 

— W. Lambert, agent 
General Life and Fire Assurance Company, 

6 St Andrew sq — Spence & Mack, S.S.C. 

agents 
General Registry Office of Births, Deaths, 

and Marriages, 54, 57, 59, & 61 Register ho. 
General Steam Navigation Company, 21 

Waterloo pi. Edin. and 29 Shore, Leith — R. 

W. Hamilton, manager — See Adv. 
General Trade Protection Offices, 25 St 

James' sq. — Wm. Hill, secretary- 
Gentle, Jas., W.S. 17 George street — ho. 36 

Queen street 
Gentle, John (G.P.-O.), 15 Parkside street 
Gentleman, Mrs, lodgings, 1 Stafford street 
George, Mrs, 17 York place 
Georgiades, Sotires, photographer, 75 Princes 

street — bouse, 56 India street 
Gibb. A. & Co. shoemakers, 8 Calton street 

and 41 Earl Grey street 
Gibb, Alex, builder, 4 Nottingham place — 

house, Mayfield terrace 
Gibb, Alex., umbrella and parasol manufac- 
turer, 28 George st. — ho., 17 Clarence st. 
Gibb, And. commission agent, 14 Argyle sq. 
Gibb, George, boot and shoe maker, 11 Duke 

street, Leith — house 17 Giover street 
Gibb, George, 1 7 Dalrymple place 
Gibb, James, 4 Montgomery street 
Gibb, John, tailor, 4 Infirmary street 
Gibb, Thos. & Son, commis. agents, 8 Drum- 

mond street 
Gibb, Thos. (71 G. §■ Son), 108 Lauriston pi. 
Gibb, Thomas, builder, 12 Meadow place 
Gibb, William (Murray <$- Gibb), 41 York pi. 
Gibb, Miss, dressmaker, 44 India place 
Gibbon, Alex, of Johnston, 55 York place 
Gibbs, H., shoemaker, 2 S. College st. 
Gibbs, Thomas, military store-keeper, Castle — 

house, 3 London street 
Gibson-Craig, Dalziel, & Brodie, W.S. 5 

Thistle street 
Gibson & Hector, W.S. 1 Northumberland st. 
Gibson and Walker, corn merchants, Bonning- 

ton steam-mills 
Gibson, Adam, Roqueville, Whitehouse gar- 
dens 
Gibson, Alex, builder, Low Broughton — 

house, Broughton park cottage 
Gibson, Alexander, 26 Buccleuch place 
Gibson, Arch, accountant, 10 Mait'and st. 



Gibson, Charles, printer, 18 Thistle street — 

house, 59 Frederick street 
Gibson, David L. silk mercer, 34 South bridge 
Gibson, Francis, 18 Leopold place 
Gibson, George & Co. merchts, 5 Wet Docks 

— house, 13 Hermitage place 
Gibson, Geo. civil engineer, 5 Deanhaugh st. 
Gibson, George, shawl cleaner and agent, 25 

Scotland street 
Gibson, George, Alma villa, Strathearn road 
Gibson, Henry Gordon, W.S. (J. and H. G. 

Gibson), 38 Moray place 
Gibson, Hugh C. plumber and lead merchant, 

&c. 22 Dock street — house, Trinity villa 
Gibson, James, & Co. dyers and scourers, 90 

Nicolson st. 
Gibson, James, classical master, Geo. Watson's 

hospital 
Gibson, James, (L. and G.),15 Buccleuch pi. 
Gibson, James, tobacco manufacturer, 149 

Princes st. 
Gibson, James & Co. clothiers and outfitters, 

106 South bridge 
Gibson, John and Henry Gordon, W.S. 12 

Charlotte street 
Gibson, John, jun. W.S. (J. Sf H. G. Gibson), 

38 Moray place 
Gibson, John, W.S. 53 Inverleith row 
Gibson, John, dairy, 1 Hope street 
Gibson, John, tobacco manufacturer, 499 

Lawnmarket 
Gibson, Joseph, agent, West of England In- 
surance Co., 25 Gayfield square 
Gibson, Mungo Campbell, 13 Hermitage pi. 

Leith 
Gibson, Peter, butcher, 133 Rose street 
Gibson, Peter, builder, Greig's hall 
Gibson, Peter Clarke, surgeon, 10 Picardy pi. 
Gibson, Robert and Thomas, cheese and 

butter mers. 93 & 99 Princes st.— See Adv. 
Gibson, Robert (R. and T.), 34 Howe street 
Gibson, Robert, merchant, 2 South-west Cir- 
cus place 
Gibson, Thomas, dairy, 15 Gilmore street 
Gibson, Thomas, 12 Windsor street 
Gibson, William, S Inverleith row 
Gibson, Wm. W. corn merchant, Bonnington 

house 
Gibson, William, draper, 1 Lothian street- 
house, 12 Graham street 
Gibson, William, painter and glazier, 10 Pitt 

street 
Gibson, W. F. (B. L. Co.'s Bank), agent for 

the Imperial Fire and Life Insurance Co. 

London, 1 5 Warriston crescent 
Gibson, William, spirit merchant and museum 

keeper, 42 Whitefield place 
Gibson, William Yule, agent, Raimesfield 
Gibson, William, writer, 6 Brunswick street 
Gibson, Mrs and Misses, boarding-school, 8 

Church hill, Morningside 
Gibson, Mrs, iO Bruntsfield place 
Gibson, Mrs Mitchell, 6 Windsor street 



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Gibson, Mrs, 59 Frederick street 

Gibson, Mrs, 5 Pitt street 

Gibson, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 21 Broughton st. 

Gibson, Mrs, 5 Buccleuch place 

Gibson, Miss, 8 Atboll place 

Gidden, Wm. lodgings, 3 Shandwick place 

GifFord and More, W.S. 28 St Andrew sq. 

GifFord, Adam, advocate, 35 Drummond pi. 

Gifford, Alexander, S.S.C. and N.F. 28 St 

Andrew square 
GifFord, James, merchant, 105 South bridge — 

house, 35 Drummond place 
GifFord, John {National Bank) , 2 Sylvan pi. 
GifFord, Mrs, 14 Fettes row 
Gilbert, J. & C. pawnbrokers, 40 Tolbooth wd. 

Leith — house, 6 London Row 
Gilbert, Robert, grocer, 11 and 52 Yardheads 
Gilbert, Thos. baker, 17 Lothian street 
Gilbertson, James, flesher, 12 St Anthony's 

place 
Gilbey, W. & A. wine importers and distillers, 

12 St Andrew square 
Gilchrist, George, house painter and glazier, 

9 Kirkgate, Leith 
Gilchrist, James, carter, 17 Cable wynd 
Gilchrist, James, photographer, 14 Nicolson 

square 
Gilchrist, John, china and crystal merchant, 

76 Rose street 
Gilchrist, John, grocer, 52 Giles' street — ho. 

37 Cable wynd 
Gilchrist, John, 28 India street 
Gilchrist, J. (G.P.-O.), 24 Middle Arthurpl. 
Gilchrist, William, M.D. 23 George square 
Gilchrist, Mrs, 33 East Claremont street 
Gilchrist, Mrs, 23 George square 
Gilchrist, Mrs, lodgings, 1 W. Richmond st. 
Giles, Arthur, secretary Young Men's Chris- 
tian Institute, 17 Scotland street 
Giles, Mrs James, 17 Scotland street 
Gilfillan & Jackson, builders, Castle terrace 
Gilfillan, Hen. (Customs), 47 Quality street, 

Leith 
Gilfillan, J. (G. # Jackson), 17 Bread street 
Gill, Robt. printer, 59 Shore 
Gill, Thos. (Romanes Sf Paterson), 49 York 

place 
Gilles, William, 4 North St David street 
Gillespie's Hospital, Wright's houses — 

R. M. Graham, treasurer, 14 Pitt street 
Gillespie & Cathcart, commission agents, 35 

Bernard street 
Gillespie & Chalmers, W.S. 81-a George st. 
Gillespie, Alex., M.D. 45 Castle street 
GiDespie, Alex, tinsmith, 21 Frederick street 
Gillespie, Alexander, gasfltter & smith, 62 

Broughton street 
Gillespie, Andrew, 1 1 Salisbury road 
Gillespie, Gordon J. wine & spirit merchant, 

14 and 15 Sandport street 
Gillespie, James D., M.D. 45 Castle street 
Gillespie, John, W.S. (G. $ Chalmers), 53 
Northumberland street. 



Gillespie, John, grocer and wine merchant, 

15 Howe street 
Gillespie, John, M.D. 68 Constitution street 
Gillespie, Wm. 68 Constitution street 
Gillespie, William, of Torbanehill, 7 North 

St David street 
Gillespie, Rev. Wm. 3 West Newington 
Gillespie, Mrs John, 12 Gardner's crescent 
Gillies Brothers, silk mercers and drapers, 

32 and 34 George street 
Gillies, Rev. Francis, 17 Dean terrace 
Gillies, Peter, confectioner, 196 Cowgate 
Gillies, Robertson ( G. Brothers), 50 George st. 
Gillies, Sam, tailor and clothier, 1 Young st 
Gillies, Mrs, 16 York place 
Gillis, Right Rev. Bishop, Greenhill cottage 
Gillman, Andrew, 30 Hamilton pi. Stockbridge 
Gillman, Mrs, 32 Clarence street 
Gillon, Jn. & Co., preserved provision manu- 
facturers, 3 Mitchell street 
Gillon, David, sack, &c. manufacturer, 38 

Grassmarket — house, 17 Keir street 
Gillon, John, merchant, Hillhousefield house 
Gillon, John, jun. 3 Wellington pi., Leith 
Gillon, Peter, provision dealer, 103 Cowgate 
Gillon, Wm. (Small and Co.), 5 Fingal place 
Gilmore, Andrew (National Bank), 2 South 

Gray street 
Gilmore, Wm. ropemaker, 56 Grassmarket 
Gilmour, Wm. and O. tanners and curriers, 

49 South back Canongate 
Gilmour, Alex., writing master, 8 Mary pi. 
Gilmour, Hugh, tea and coffee dealer and 

grocer, 16 Greenside street — ho. 18 Gayfield 

square 
Gilmour, James, cowfeeder, 15 Abbey hill 
Gilmour, John L. 117 High street 
Gilmour, Mrs Marg. lodgs. 3 Antigua street 
Gilmour, Mrs, Mary cottage, Trinity 
Gilmour, Mrs, 16 St John street 
Gilray, Joseph, grocer and provision mercht. 

52 South Clerk st. 
Gilray, John, coal agent, Caledonian Railway 

depot — house, 3 Grove pi. 
Gilroy, George, 65 Frederick street 
Gilroy, Wm. flesher, 171 Pleasance 
Gilruth, John, writing master, 6 Eastfield 

place, Leith 
Gird wood, Wm. and Son, tweed merchants, 

Tanfield, Canonmills 
Girdwood, D. victual dealer, 10 Deanhaugh st. 
Gird wood, Robert, wool broker, Tanfield, 

Canonmills 
Girdwood, Thos. 3 Hill square 
Girdwood, Miss M. matron, Gillespie's hosp. 
Girle, George H. tanner & currier, 125 High 

street — house, 3 Baxter's place 
Given, Robert, coach builder, postmaster, and 

coach hirer — house & stables, 3 and 4 St 

Cuthbert's lane 
Glanville, Mrs, lodgings, 15 Dublin street 
Glasgow, Leith, & St Petersburg Steam Ship 

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Glasgow, Win. grocer and spirit dealer, 106 

West port 
Glasgow, II. &M. spirit dealers, 175 West Port 
Glass, Trios, printer, 44 South bridge 
Glass, Robert, wholesale merchant, Victoria 

terrace — house, 17 Buccleuch place 
Glass, Wm. painter & glazier, 7 East Adam 

street 
Glassford, Henry, 3 Henderson row 
Gleadhill, Benjamin, 16 Roxburgh place 
Gleadhill, Miss, teacher of the pianoforte, 16 

Roxburgh place 
Glegg, Capt., EI.C.S. 8 Carlton street 
Glegg, Robert (Exchequer), Greenhill park 
Gleizal, Regis, Chancellor of the French 

Consulate, 2 Claremont place 
Glen, R. & J. coal merchants, 7 Port-Hamilton 

— house, 7 Spittal street 
Glen, Alex, bagpipe maker, 30 St Andrew sq. 
Glen, David, broker, 186 Cowgate 
Glen, Geo. bootmaker, 33 Hanover street — 

house, 8 Dundas street 
Glen, George, musical instrument maker, 26 

Kirkgate 
Glen, George, upholsterer, IS S. Frederick st. 
Glen, John, wine merchant and commission 

agent, 13 Montgomery street 
Glen, Thos. coal merchant, 5 Port-Hamilton 

— house, 12 Semple street 
Glen, Thomas, musical instrument maker, 2 

North Bank street — house, 20 Calton hill 
Glen, Mrs, 71 Clerk street 
Glen, Mrs, 106 Lauriston place 
Glen, Mrs and Misses, milliners, dress and 

straw-hat makers, 26 Kirkgate, Leith 
Glen, Miss, 22 Rutland square 
Glen, Misses, 25 West Lauriston 
GlendinniDg, Miss, 55 Cumberland street 
Gloag, James, LL.D. teacher of mathematics, 

11 Duncan street 
Gloig, Peter, writer^ 6 Saunders street 
Gloag, William E. advocate, 6 India street 
Globe Life and Fire Insurance Co. London. 

— See Adv. for Edinburgh agents 
Globe hotel, 3 Hill place 
Glover, James, painter, and dealer in paper- 
hangings, 47 London street 
Glover, R v. William, D.D. 8 Forth st. 
Glover, Wm., W.S. sheriff clerk depute, 18 

Charlotte street — bouse, 1 Albany st. Leith 
Glover, Miss, 11 Eastfield, Leith 
Goalen, Thomas, wright, 8 Morton st. Leith 
Goalen, Rev. Walter M. Starbank ho. Trinity 
Goddard, Wm. M. merchant and agent, 56 

Giles' street, Leith — house, 6 John's place 
Goddard, Miss, 9 Vanburgh pi. 
Goldie and Dove, W.S. 8 York place 
Goldie, Archd. W., W.S. 8 York place 
Goldie, Geo. accountant, 9 Montagu street 
Goldie, John, 59 Cumberland street 
Goldie, Robert, shoemaker, Newhaven 
Goldie, William, W.S., 2 Queen St.— ho. 21 

Pitt st., Portobello 



Goldie, Mrs, 2 Elm row 
Goldie, Miss, Seafield baths, Leith 
Goldsmiths' Hall, 98 South bridge 
Goldsworth, John {Nutional Bank), 39 Mon- 
tagu street 
G >od, Alfred (Scottish Widows' 1 Fund), 1 

Morningside bank 
Good, John, spirit dealer, 42 Potterrow 
Goodale, Jas. carver and gilder, 6 Calton hill 
Goodall, Miss, 60 Cumberland street 
Goodburn, Mrs, 35 York place 
Goodlet, George, 7 John's place, Leith 
Goodlet, Henderson, 7 John's place, Leith 
Goodlet, W. (Gowans #• G.), 22 London st. 
Goodlet, Mrs, lodgings, 1 Charles street 
Goodsir, A. 18 Regent terrace 
Goodsir, Geo. clothier, outfitter, &c, 24 South 

bridge 
Goodsir, John, prof, of anatomy, University 
Goodsir, Misses, dressmakers, ] 1 Dundas st. 
Goold, Rev. Wm. H., D.D. Rosemount ho. 

Grove place 
Goold, Mrs, Rosemount house, Grove place 
Gordon & Burns, clothiers, 33 North bridge 
Gordon, Adam Hay, of Avochie, W.S., 25 

Rutland square 
Gordon, Alexander, teacher, Lynedoch cottage, 

Lynedoch place 
Gordon, Alex, boot maker, 23 Barony st. 
Gordon, Alfred R. (Stuart 8f G.) 2 Baltic 8t. 
Gordon, Arthur Forbes, of Rayne, W.S. 16 

Rutland square 
Gordon, Major Chas. 20 Claremont crescent 
Gordon, Chas. gardener, Trinity house lodge 
Gordon, D., M.D. surgeon, 32 Buccleuch place 
Gordon, Major Duncan, 16 Walker street 
Gordon, Ed. Strathearn, advocate, 2 Randolph 

crescent 
Gordon, F. grocer, Water of Leith 
Gordon, James, writer, 1 Stafford st. 
Gordon, James ( T. Constable and Co.), Eden 

villa, Morningside 
Gordon, James, W.S. 20 Regent terrace 
Gordon, James, Spanish consul, wine mer- 
chant, and general agent, Baltic st. 
Gordon, James, artist, Comely garden house, 

Abbey hill 
Gordon, Jas. spirit dealer, 48 Hanover street 
Gordon, James, Legacy-duty Office, 31 Cum- 
berland st. 
Gordon, John Thomson, sheriff of Midlothian, 
sheriff chambers, county buildings, High st. 
— house, 6 Gloucester pi. 
Gordon, J. P. com. agent, 25 Haddington pi. 
Gordon, Sir John Watson, R.A. President of 
the Royal Scottish Academy, and limner 
to the Queen in Scotland, 123 George st. 
Gordon, John, (H. M. Inspector of Schools), 

21 East Claremont street 
Gordon, Col. John, of Cluny, 4 St Andrew sq. 
Gordon, J. chemist & druggist, 32 Bristo st. 
Gordon, P. Geo. Moray house refreshment 
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Gordon, Rev. Robert, 14 Northumberland st. 
Gordon, Robert {Bank of Scotland), 29 War- 

riston crescent 
Gordon, Robert, tobacco manufr. 5 Heriot 

bridge — house, 2 West Lauriston place 
Gordon, Robert {Munro, D/ysdale, $- G.) 16 

Elder st. 
Gordon, Robert, typefounder, 3 Jamaica st. 
Gordon, R. painter & glazier, 47 Earl Grey st. 
Gordon, William, baker, 11 S. Richmond st. 
Gordon, W. victl. deal. 1 3 St Andrew st. Leith 
Gordon, Mrs A. 23 London street 
Gordon, Mrs Catherine, midwife and ladies' 

nurse, 20 Drummond street 
Gordon, Mrs C, lodgings, 5 High ter., Leith st. 
Gordon, Mrs Dr, 14 Northumberland street 
Gordon, Mrs G. 1 Tarvet st. Home st. 
Gordon, Mrs G. Maitland, 20 Atholl crescent 
Gordon, Mrs Harry, 2 Clarendon crescent 
Gordon, Mrs J. 9 Newington terrace 
Gordon, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 6 Ingliston street 
Gordon, Mrs, 10 Eton terrace 
Gordon, Mrs, 8 Rutland square 
Gordon, Miss, of Carleton, 16 Royal circus 
Gordon, Misses, 13 Rankeillor street 
Gorman, Nath. furniture dealer, 239 Cowgate 

— house, 13 Hill place 
Gormlay, James, grocer and provision dealer, 

112 and 265 Cowgate 
Gorrie, Alex, spirit dealer, 78 E. Crosscausey 
Gorrie, John, advocate, 25 London street 
Gorrie, William, 3 South Gray street 
Gorrie, Mrs Daniel, 15 Montague st. 
Gorrie, Mrs, 18 West Nicolson street 
Gorwood, Richard, spirit dealer, 113 Rose st. 
Goskirk, Alex. & Son, brokers, 70 Cowgate 
Goudie, Gavin, builder, Leslie place — house, 

32 Dundas street 
Goudy, Mrs, 19 Union street 
Gough, Owen, in charge of Her Majesty's 

apartments in the Lord Chamberlain's 

department at Holyrood Palace 
Gould, John, 5 Upper Dean terrace 
Gould, James, 5 Heriot mount 
Gould, R. gardener, 13 Pilrig model buildings 
Goulding, James, broker, 128 Cowgate 
Gourlay, Mrs, 20 Howe street 
Gourlay, Mrs Dr, of Kincraig, 1G Howard pi. 
Govan, Alexander, 3 West Preston street 
Govan, John, W.S. 13 Walker street 
Governesses' Institution, 4 Charlotte place 
Governesses' Institution, 11 Picardy pi. — 

See Ado. 
Gow, A. wine and spirit merchant, 23 Howe st. 
Gow, Donald, 2 St Vincent street 
Gow, Forbes, tailor and clothier, 429 Lawn- 
market 
Gow, James, paper ruler and bookbinder, 13 

Blair street 
Gow, Jas. dealer in metals, Easter road 
Gow, John, 3 Great King street 
Gow, William, turner, 153 High street 
Gow, Mrs, lodgings, 42 Albany street 



Go wan, Alexander, banker, 5 Pitt street 
Gowan, Chas. baker & confectioner, 4 Union 

place — house, 6 
Gowan, George, boot and shoe maker, 30 

Whitefield place 
Gowanlock, Robert, bookseller, 16 Chapel st. 
Gowanlock, Walter, flesher, 43 W. Nicolson st, 
Gowans and Goodlet, silk mercers and mourn- 
ing warehousemen, 25 George street 
Gowans, Alex. (G. <£• Goodlet), 3 Viewforth 
Gowans, James, builder and contractor, 34 

Rosebank, Gardner's crescent 
Gowans, John, 17 Shandwick place 
Gowans, Mrs, 58 Broughton street 
Grady, John, messenger-at-arms and sheriff- 
officer, county buildings, and 25 St James' 
square 
Graeme, Miss, 18 Heriot row 
Graham, Wm. & Co. goldsmiths and com- 
mission agents, Mary villa, Grove road 
Graham, Andrew, tea, wine, and spirit dealer, 

70 Bristo street 
Graham, Andrew, spirit dealer, 48 Yardheads 
Graham, David, grocer, 5 Dean path 
Graham, David, spirit dealer, 5 Holyrood st. 
Graham, David (Storrar Sf Graham), 4 St 

Leonard street 
Graham, Dav. provision dealer, 221 Canongatffi 
Graham, George F. 58 Gilmore place 
Graham, George, printer, 51 Nicolson street 
Graham, Gilbert, head master, Normal School, 

Moray House, 14 West Preston street 

Graham, Hugh, janitor, Edinburgh Academy 

Graham, Humphrey, W.S., chambers, 11 

Shandwick place — house, 14 Atholl crescent 

Graham, James Cunninghame, advocate, 32 

Castle street 
Graham, James Chrystie, 8 Glover street* 
Graham, John, house painter and glazier, 2 

Stafford street 
Graham, Gen. John, H.E.I.C.S., 12 Royal ter. 
Graham, John, governor and treasurer of 

House of Refuge, 68 Canongate 
Graham, John, cork manuf. 32 Northumber- 
land street 
Graham, John, coach hirer, North Hill st. lane 
Graham, J. pianoforte-tuner, 16 St Vincent st. 
Graham, John, shipmaster, 6 Bank place 
Graham, Jos. draper, 15 Union place 
Graham, Patrick, W.S. 14 Royal crescent 
Graham, Robt. B. painter, 20 Haddington pi. 
Graham, Robert M. treasurer, Gillespie's 

Hospital, 14 Pitt street 
Graham, Robt. grocer, 93 West bow 
Graham, T. corn merchant, 26 SherifTbrae 
Graham, Thos. slater, glazier, slate and glass 
merchant, 150 and 152 Rose street, and 13 
Coalhill, Leith— ho. Twin villa, Laverock 
bank 
Graham, T. E. 10 Brandon street 
Graham, T. A. F. 9 Malta terrace 
Graham, Walter, Merchiston lodge 
Graham, Rev. Wm. manse, Trinity 



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Graham, Wn., LL.D. teacher of elocution, 
history, and geography, 1 Moray place 

Graham, William, superintendent of agencies, 
and local manager to National Weekly Life 
Assurance Co. 134. High street 

Graham, Wm. hotel keeper, 8 Princes st. 

Graham, Win. shoemaker, Old Broughton 

Graham, Mrs, grocer, &c. 49 Cumberland sU 

Graham, Mrs Balfour, 32 Broughton place 

Graham, Mrs Dr William, Duncan street 

Graham, Mrs Gillespie, 1 Aiuslie place 

Graham, Mrs, 1 Farrington place 

Graham, Mrs, 12 Pieardy place 

Graham, Mrs, 9 Malta terrace 

Graham, Mrs, 4 Torphichen street 

Graham, Miss A. milliner and straw hat 
maker, 6 Dublin street 

Graham, Miss Stirling, of Duntrune, 29 
Forth street 

Graham, Miss, 8 London street 

Graham, Miss, 30 Royal circus 

Graham, Misses, teachers of pianoforte, 17 
Dundas street 

Grahame, James, writer, 29 Ann street 

Grandison, James, shoemaktr, 125 Pleasance 

Grandison, Wrr. punch-cutter, 5 Buccleuchst. 

Grandison, Mrs, Binnie's close 

Grant & Anderson, wholesale tea and coffee 
merchants, 106 Constitution street 

Grant & Cuthbertson, W.S. 5 N. Charlotte st. 

Grant Brothers, letterpress printers, 14 St 
James' square 

Grant, Robert, & Son, booksellers, publishers, 
and stationers, and agents to the Society 
for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 54 
Princes street 

Grant and Wallace, W.S. 30 Drummond pi. 

Grant, Adam, writer, 18 Brunswick street 

Grant, Alex, general agent, 14 Clyde street 

Grant, Alexander, grocer, wine and spirit, 
merchant, 14 South James' street 

Grant, Archd. writer, Comely bank villas 

Grant, D. 14. Canning place 

Grant, D. S. (G. §• A.), 54 Constitution street 

Grant, David, & Co. brassfounders and gas- 
meter manufacturers, 45 Crosscausey 

Grant, David, 26 Hamilton place 

Grant, David, cook and confectioner, North 
St Andrew street 

Grant, Daniel, tailor, Bristo port 

Grant, Duncan, agent, 11 Lothian street — 
house, 4 Meadow place 

Grant, Geo. lodgings, 11 No. Melville place 

Grant, George, 25 Rosebank 

Grant, Rev. James, D.D. 18 Gt. King st. 

Grant, Jas. D. 48 Northumberland street 

Grant, James H. 1»2 Fountain bridge 

Grant, James, superintendent of Leith police, 
18 Charlotte st. — house, 28 Constitution st. 

Grant, James, 26 Danube street 

Grant, James, 33 Gilmore place 

Grant, James, spirit dealer, 19 West Rich- 
mond street 



Grant, John, confectioner, 52 Shore — house, 
45 Tolbooth wynd, Leith 

Grant, John, traveller, 6 Brighton street 

Grant, Capt. John, 5 Clarence street 

Grant, John, accountant, 5 Clarence street 

Grant, John, Orchardfield, Leith walk 

Grant, Joseph, W.S. (G.6f Wallace),30 Drum- 
mond place 

Grant, Lachlan, hotel keeper, 1.5 1. Rose street 

Grant, Robert, spirit dealer, 10 Greenside row 
— house, 1 East Gilchrist entry 

Grant, II. wine & spirit mer.'52 London st. 

Grant, Robert (It. G. Sf Sun), Gothic house, 
Trinity 

Grant, Robert, grocer and spirit dealer, 10 
West Adam street 

Grant, Thomas, printer and publisher, 21 
George street 

Grant, Airs Ann, Villa, Grove road 

Grant, Mrs Jane, 41 York place 

Grant, Mrs, 3 Maitland street 

Grant, Mrs, 24 Cumberland street 

Grant, Mrs, 16 Scotland street 

Grant, Mrs, 6 Gardner's crescent 

Grant, Mrs, 7 Athole place 

Grant, Miss Christina B. Bathfield cott. Leith' 

Grant, Miss, 2 Eastfield, Leith 

Grant, Miss, 18 Pitt street 

Grant, Miss, 10 Rankeillor street 

Grassick, James, 65 Cumberland street 

Gravett, Jas. butcher, 52 N. Hanover street 

Gray, Arthur, & Co. booksellers and station- 
ers, 4 Baker's place 

Gray, J. & J. proprietors and publishers of 
North British Advertiser and Ladies' Own 
Journal, 8 Melbourne place 

Gray, Jas. & Son, bootmakers, 123 a Princes 
street — house, 1 Mound place 

Gray, James, & Sons, furnishing ironmongers, 
and stove and grate makers to her Majesty, 
85 George street — house, 42 India street 

Gray, James, & Son, wholesale wine and spirit 
merchants, 19 Lothian street 

Gray, Wdliam, & Co. bone crushers, 59 Sala- 
mander street, Leith 

Gray, AVm. & Son, saddlers, 13 S. St Davids t. 

Gray, Alexander D. {late Wm. Milne and Co.') 
bootmaker, 100 Georgest. — ho. 93 Georgest. 

Gray, Alexander F. pharmaceutical chemist, 
5 Spring gardens — house, 6 

Gray, Alex, grocer and spirit dealer, 13 
Water lane 

Gray, Alex, furnishing ironmong. 3 St Patrick 
square 

Gray, Alex, wright and undertaker, 9 Dock st. 

Gray, Alex, metal merchant, Parkside — ho, 
St Leonard's st. 

Gray, Alexander, Bellevue, Ferry road 

Gray, Alexander, 4 Stafford street 

Gray, Andrew, cork manufacturer, 72 Tol- 
booth wynd, Leith — house, 6 Glover street 

Gray, Charies, watch and clockmaker, 14 Bank 
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Gray, Charles, smith and ironmonger, 207 I 

Pleasance 
Gray, Daniel, house painter, 38 Howe street 
Gray, Daniel (G.P.-0.),78 Pleasance 
Gray, Dunn, & Co. biscuit manufacturers, 41 ! 

Broughton street 
Gray, Geo. hatter, 136 Kirkgate 
Gray, James {Inland Revenue}, 3 Sciennes pi. 
Gray, James, jun. (G. §* Son, bootmakers), 1 

Mound place 
Gray, James (Aitken, G. <Sf Co.), 6 Smith's pi. 
Gray, James, hosier, 6 Nelson street 
Gray, James, stationer, 190 Canongate 
Gray, James, 2 Hope park 
Gray, James, victual dealer, 71 Giles' street, 

Leith — house, Spence's place 
Gray, Jn. (Gray 8p Son), 29 Gilmore place 
Gray, John, bookbinder and stationer, 3 East 
Assembly lane, Rose street — house, 11 
Hanover street 
Gray, John, grocer, 53 Broughton street and 

19 Dublin st. — house, 51 Broughton st. 
Gray, John, ladies' shoe manufacturer and 

umbrella maker, 73 George st. — house, 37 
Gray, John, 2 Craigie terrace 
Gray, John, spirit dealer, 16 Leven street 
Gray, J. commercial hotel, 14 Commercial pi. 
Gray, John, dairy, 10 North Melville place 
Gray, Mordaunt (North British Advertiser), 19 

Inverleith row 
Gray, Peter, Holyrood palace — ho. 6 Laverock 

bank 
Gray, Robert, wholesale grocer and provision 

merchant, 1 Argyle square 
Gray, Richard, com. traveller, 11 Henry 6t. 
Gray, Thomas, flesher, 8 East Register street 
Gray, Thomas, flesher, 20 Home street 
Gray, Thomas, victual dealer, 286 Canongate 
Gray, William, flesher, 13 Romilly place — ho. 

1 Gardner's crescent 
Gray, Wm. agent for the Provident Clerks' 
Mutual Life Assurance & Benevolent Fund, 
6 Elder street 
Gray, Rev. W. H. 5 Regent terrace 
Gray, Wm. com. agent, 3 Summerhall pi. 
Gray, William, Willow bank, Newhaven 
Gray, Wm. coal agent, 8 Roxburgh street 
Gray, Wm. A. surgeon & druggist, 17 Bristo 

street 
Gray, William, hosier and shirtmaker, 29 

Leith st. 
Gray, William, bookseller and stationer, 41 

Dundas st. 
Gray, Wm. accountant, 32 Broughton place 
Gray, W. A., M.D., surgeon, 15 Rankeillorst. 
Gray, Mrs George, 17 St Patrick square 
Gray, Mrs H. grocer, 14 Potterrow 
Gray, Mrs, grocer and spirit merchant, 1 Burns 

st., Lfith 
Gray, Mrs, of Knightsbridge, 3 Buccleuch pi. 
Gray, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 9 Henderson row 
Gray, Mrs, 2 Broughton place 
Gray, Mrs, 13 Howe street 



Gray, Mrs, lodgings, 27 Castle street 

Gray, Mrs, 19 Inverleith row 

Gray, Mrs, Church lane, Morningside 

Gray, Miss, teacher of pianoforte, 13 Pitt st. 

Gray, Miss Janet, Scot, vocalist, 27 Clyde st. 

Gray, Miss Margaret, 23 Archibald place 

Gray, Misses, 4 Duncan st. Drummond place 

Gray, Miss, 21 Howard pi. 

Gray, Miss, 3 West Arthur place 

Great Seal Office, Register house — James 
Hay Mackenzie, W.S., depute; D. Craig, 
substitute 

Greathead, Henry, turnery, toy, and fancy 
bazaar, 25 South bridge 

Greathead, Miss, straw-hat maker, 78 Nicol- 
son street 

Green & Ramage, Messrs, Park place bouse 

Green, Joseph S. & Co., successors to T. 
Summers, shawl and mantle manufacturers, 
49 Princes street 

Green, Charles, macer, 102 Causeyside 

Green, Charles, agent for the Patent Portland 
Cement, 2a Commercial place, Leith, and 
Whitefield house 

Green, John M. teacher of writing, arithmetic, 
and book-keeping, 37 George st — ho. Park 
pi. House 

Green, Mrs, 4 Henderson row 

Greenaway, James, grocer and wine mer- 
chant, 33 Elder street 

Greenfield, John S. commission agent for the 
Liverpool and London Insurance Coy., and 
Albert Life and Guarantee Coy., Bank of 
London and National Provincial Insurance 
Association, and agent for the National 
Plate Glass Insurance Coy., 9 Crichton st. 

Greenhill, James, manager, Clydesdale Bank, 
Clydesdale house, 41 Hanovtr st. 

Greenhill, John, stationer, 10 Bank st. — ho. 
Cardigan villa, Grange road 

Greenhow, Edward, assist, insp. of letter- 
carriers, G. P.-O., 15 St James sq. 

Greenlaw, John, 30 Whitfield pi. — See Adv. 

Greenshields, T. cabinetmaker, 79 Clerk st. 

Greensmith, Wm. & Son, hosiers, glovers, 
and lacemen, 109 George, street 

Gregg, John, Rose park, Trinity 

Gregor, D. Clunie, sec. Colonial Life Assur- 
ance Co. — house, 28 Danube street 

Gregor, W. A. warehouseman, 15 Amiston pi. 

Gregorson, Mrs, 39 Inverleith row 

Gregory, John, advocate, Canaan lodge 

Gregory, Mrs, 114 Princes st. 

Gregory, Miss, 46 Great King street 

Gregory, Miss, 14 Cumberland street 

Greig, Alexander, writer, & inspector of poor, 
Oakfield house, Arthur street 

Greig, D. & J., engineers, printing press, steel, 
and copperplate manufacturers, smiths and 
iron founders, machine makers, Lothian road 

Greig, J. & J. coach lace manufacturers, Mon- 
teith's close, 61 High street 

Greig, John, & Son, printers, 6 Old Physic gar. 



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Greig, Andrew, 29 Gayfield square 
Greig, Daiid, smith, 22 Buccleuch street 
Greig, David, smith, 156 Rose street — ho. 166 
Greig, David (D. <Sf J. G.), St Cuthbert's glebe 
Greig, George, W.S. 11 Queen street — house, 

9 Abercromby place 
Greig, George M. artist, and teacher of draw- 
ing and painting, 10 South Charlotte street 
Greig, George, 25 Greenhill gardens 
Greig, George, inspector, Edinburgh Parochial 

Board Office, Forrest road 
Greig, James, of Eccles, W.S. 9 Abercromby 

place 
Greig, James, 14 Minto street 
Greig, James, china warehouse, 1 and 2 Low 

market street 
Greig, James, clerk, 138 Nicolson st. 
Greig, James (J. Sf J. G.) 13 Abbey hill 
Greig, John, (J. £ J. G.) 35 N. Rich, street 
Greig, John, baker, 7 Tolbooth wynd, Leith — 

house, 51 
Greig, John (Jas. Dickson and Sons), 10 

Inverleith place 
Greig, John ( G. § Son), 8 Keir street 
Greig, John, jun. ( G. 6f Son) 5 Archibald pi. 
Greig, John, engineer (D. Sf J. G.), 125 

Fountainbridge 
Greig, John, shipmaster, 36 Albany st. Leith 
Greig, Peter M. (Jas. Dickson and Sons), 

22 Annandale street 
Greig, Robt. (G.P.-O.), 6 Pilrig st. 
Greig, William, 10 Atholl place 
Greig, William, baker, 2 Jamaica street 
Greig, Mrs B. 42 Blacket pi. 
Greig, Mrs, 6 Brunswick street 
Greig, Mrs, of W. Cambus, 10 Monteith pi. 
Greig, Mrs, 1 Duncan street, Newington 
Greig, Mrs, 12 Regent ter. 
Greig, Miss, milliner and straw bonnet maker, 

59 Earl Grey street 
Greiner Brothers, clock and toy warehouse, 

80 South bridge — house, 82 
Greliche, Edward, grocer, 70 Thistle st. 
Gkesham Life Assurance Society, 16 Dundas 

street — H. J. Rollo, W.S. agent 
Grey & Son, veterinary surgeons to the Royal 

Cal. Hunt, 31 Pleasanee, and 119 Rosest. 
Grey, Alexander (C7. Sf Son), 5 Roxburgh st. 
Grey, Alex. jun. (G. 4" Son), 31 Pleasanee 
Grierson, Andrew, W.S. 15 St Andrew square 
Grierson's coal and lime depots, North 

British and Caledonian railways — office, 

57 New buildings — See Adv. 
Grierson, John S. smith and furnishing iron- 
monger, 19 Hanover street, and Broughton 

market — house, 34 London street 
Grierson, George, superintendent Rosebank 

Cemetry 
Grierson, Robt. jeweller & silversmith, 36 

Leith street — house, 38 Rankeillor street 
Grierson, Samuel, 20 Heriot place 
Grierson, Mrs Robert, 11 Keir street 
Grierson, Miss, 30 Rutland square 



Grieve and Oliver, hatters and clothiers to the 

Queen, 19 Princes street 
Grieve, Robt. & Co. furniture printers, damask, 

moreen, carpet, iron bedsteads, and bedding 

warehouse, 83 George street 
Grieve, James 11. commercial accountant and 

house agent, 7 Hunter square 
Grieve, Alex, tavern keeper, 3 Veal market 

stairs, North bridge 
Grieve, Andrew, W.S. 4 Melville crescent 
Grieve, Andrew, bookbinder and stationer, 

13 N. Bank st. — ho. 8 Tobago place 
Grieve, David, joiner, 2 Keir street 
Grieve, Hay, cabinet maker, 15 »St James' sq. 
Grieve, James, ladies' and gentlemen's outfit- 
ting warehouse, 9 North bridge — house, 27 

Salisbury street 
Grieve, James, grocer and spirit dealer, 28 

Clerk street 
Grieve, James, plasterer, 40 St Cuthbert St. 

— house, 13 Downie place 
Grieve, Jamej, 27 Salisbury street 
Grieve, James, manufacturing chemist, East- 
field place 
Grieve, John, agent, Eastfleld court 
Grieve, John (Nat. Bank), 28 Brunswick st. 
Grieve, J., Cate-Royal hotel, W. Register st. 
Grieve, John, Preston Collieries and Bank 

Park Fire-clay Works — office, North bridge 

station, John Falconer, agent 
Grieve, John, (G.P.- O.) 8 Dalrymple place 
Grieve, Robt. coach currier, patent leather & 

oil-cloth manufacturer, 599 Castle-hill — 

house, 1 Buccleuch place 
Grieve, R. S. (R. G. 8f Co.), 7 Blacket place 
Grieve, Wm. wright, 23 Bernard street 
Grieve, Wm. (Iunes # (?.), 9 Blacket place 
Grieve, Mrs Gideon, wine and spirit mercht. 

87 Rose street 
Grieve, Mrs James, 22 Abercromby place 
Grieve, Miss Helen, 48 Lothian street 
Grieve, Miss Margaret, Newington cottage, 15 

Blacket place 
Grieve, Miss, 25 Charlotte street, Leith 
Grieve, Miss, 7 Bank place 
Grieve, Miss, 64 North Frederick street 
Griffith, James, accountant, 13 Bank st. 
Griffith, Miss Mary, 13 Bank street 
Grindlay, Cowan, & Co. corn factors, 127 Con- 
stitution street, Leith 
Grindlay, Thomas, 26 Royal circus 
Grindlay, Mrs, Grange loan 
Grindlay, Mrs, 26 Royal circus 
Grinly, Miss, 37 Constitution street 
Grinton, A. silk mercer, 52 South bridge — 

bouse, 46 Nicolson street 
Groat, Alex. G. advocate, 12 Hart street 
Grogan, Mrs, East villa, Dick place 
Grosset, William, baker, 50 Home street 
Grotter, S. E. accountant, 73 George street 
Grubb, J. S. music-seller, I Gayfield place 
Grubb, William, baker, 71 Pleasanee 
Grubb, Miss, dressmaker, 10 Nicolson street 



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Guardian Fire and Life Assurance Co. 25 

Queen street — James Wilkie, C.A-, agent 

— See Adv. 
Guild, Mrs, 62 George street 
Gullan, Thomas, builder, 50 Nicolson street 
Gulland & Gray, ladies', gentlemen's, and 

children's outfitters, 55 North Hanover st. 
Gulland, John, corn dealer, 20 Greenside st. 
Gulland, William, W.S. 6 Clarence street 
Gum, David, Temperance Refreshment ho. 

Newhaven 
Gundlach, Henry, teacher of German, 20 St 

Andrew square 
Gunn, Alex, watchmaker and jeweller, 10 

Leith street 
Gunn, Alex, bookseller, 86 South bridge — 

house, 1 Henry place 
Gunn, Alex, grocer and spirit dealer, 12 Yard- 
heads 
Gunn, Daniel, clothier and cap manufacturer, 

8 High street, and 7 Catherine street 
Gunn, George, sub-editor, Courant, 22 St 

Patrick square 
GunD, James, copper, zinc, and patent metal 

agent, 80 Shore, Leith 
Gunn, John, 18 Rosebank cottages, Gardners' 

crescent 
Gunn, Pet. painter, dealer in paper-hangings, 

and glazier, 42 N. Hanover street — ho. 13 

Scotland street 
Gunn, Robt. boot and shoe maker, 2 Bedford 

street 
Gunn, Robt. solicitor and accountant, Madeira 

street, Leith 
Gunn, William, Granton pier 
Gunn, Mrs Don. lodgings, 27 No. Richmond 

street 
Gunn, Mrs Ellen, grocer, 38 Clerk street 
Gunn, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 49 Broughton st. 
Gunn, Miss, 5 Buccleuch street 
Guthrie, Alex, writer, 47 Albany street 
Guthrie, Charles, 79 St Leonard street 
Guthrie, David, printer and publisher, North 

British Agriculturist, 377 High st. — ho. 21 

London street 
Guthrie, George, umbrella maker, 49 Thistle 

street 
Guthrie, James, coal merchant, 127 Causeyside 
Guthrie, Michael, spirit merchant, 11 Coalhill, 

Leith 
Guthrie, Pat. (Dymock Sf G.), 1 Salisbury rd. 
Guthrie, Thomas, victual dealer, 14 West 

Maitland street 
Guthrie, Rev. Thomas, D.D. 1 Salisbury road 
Guthrie, Mrs Alex. 47 Albany street 
Guthrie, Mrs, ladies' cloakmaker, 11 Henry 

street 
Guthrie, Mrs, fruit merchant, 62 Charlotte st. 

Leith 
Guthrie & Patterson, Misses, milliners, 48 

South Clerk street 
Guthrie, Miss, dressmaker, 13 Victoria street 
Guthrie, Miss, of Craigie, 2 Carlton terrace 



Hackett, John, baker, 53 Yardheads 
Hadden, Robert, & Son, painters, 100 Constitu- 
tion street, Leith — house, S. Junction st. 
Haddow, Hugh, coal merchant, Anchorfield 
Haddow, Thomas, dairy, Comely bank 
Haddow, Wm. dairy, 10 N.-W. Circus place 
Haddow, William, 26 Grassmarket, Clydes* 

dale inn 
Haden, George, engineer and manufacturer 
of warming and ventilating apparatus, &c. 
6 St Andrew square 
Haden, W. F. engineer, 38 Cumberland 

street 
Hadley, Mrs, English hotel, 10 So. St Andrew 

street 
Hagart & Stein, W.S. 39 Northumberland 

street 
Hagart, Colonel, 20 Duke street 
Hagart, Jas. Valentine, of Glendelvine, 19 

Clarendon crescent 
Hagart, Lieut.-Col. 18 Atholl crescent 
Hagarty, James, shoemaker, 287 High street 
Haig, Andrew, tinsmith, 60 Potterrow 
Haig, Archibald G. commercial traveller, 17 

AVest Preston street 
Haig, D. B., 4 Piaeburn place 
Haig, George, flesher, 4 Richmond lane 
Haig, George A., 45 Moray place 
Haig, John, of Cameron house, Fife, 24 Char- 
lotte square 
Haig, James minister of the gospel, 17 Minto 

street 
Haig, Robert, 5 W. Claremont street 
Haig, Mrs Robt., Viewpark, Bruntsfield link3 
Haig, Mrs, 48 West Puchmond street 
Haig, Miss, 24 Gilmore place 
Hailing, George William, 21 Nelson street 
Hakluyt Society — T. G.Stevenson, 22 South 

Frederick street, agent 
Haldane, D. Rutherford, M.D.,5 Shandwick 

place 
Haldane, J. & C. coal agents, 7 Spence's place 
Haldane, James, C.A. 34 Drummond place 
Haldane, J. (//. and Rae), 31 Buccleuch pi. 
Haldane, Jn. pawnbroker, 9 Riddle's cl. Leith 
Haldane, Robert, of Cloanden, W.S. 17 Char- 
lotte square 
Haldane, Mrs Wm. 23 Lauriston street 
Haldane, Mrs W. 30 Hamilton place 
Haldane, Mrs, 34. Drummond place 
Haldon, Geo. builder, 12 Atholl place 
Halkett, Samuel, keeper of the Advocates' 

Library, 35 East Claremont street 
Halkett, Misses, 60 Frederick street 
Halkett, Misses, 1 Randolph place 
Hall, Arch, boatman of customs, 1 Annfield, 

Newhaven 
Hall, David, lodgings, 6 India street 
Hall, George, smith, Newhaven 
Hall, John, shipm. 5 Hermitage hill, Leith 
Hall, John, M.D., 2 Leopold place 
Hall, Joseph Lewis (Ordnance Survey Dn>t), 
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Hall, Robert, Rose bank, Bonnington 

Hall, Robert, smith and edge-tool maker, 4 

Laurie street 
Hall, Robt. engineer, 14 Commercial place 
Hall, Thos. painter and glazier, 2 Elder st. 
Hall, Thos. jun.j painter and glazier, 2 Elder 

street 
Hall, Thomas, waiter, 13 S. Frederick street 
Hall, William, joiner and cabinetmaker, 16 

Duke street, Leith 
Hall, Wm, teacher, Heriofs school, Borlh- 

wick's close, 12 Buccleuch place 
Hall, Mrs, 11 Antigua street 
Hall, Miss, 6 Fyfe place 
Hall, Misses, dressmakers, 1 Clerk street 
Hallard, Frederick, advocate, 29 Scotland st. 
Halley, Geo. Leith saw-mills — ho. Bonning- 
ton grove 
Halley, Jas. clerk, Leith saw-mills — ho. Bon- 
nington grove 
Halley, Rev. Thomas, 6 Henderson row 
Halley, William, druggist, 77 Shore 
Halliburton, W. W. General Post-office — ho. 

Corstorphine 
Halliday, Adam, flesher, 171 West port 
Halliday, Alex, writer, 23 St James' sq. — 

house 25 
Halliday, William, skinner, tanner, and wool 

merchant, Bonnington 
Halliday, Wm. millinery, straw bonnet, and 

mantle warehouse, 108 Nicolson st. — ho. 112 
Halliday, Wm. paper-stainer, 3 Shrub place 
Halliday, Mrs J. ladies' nurse, 11 Leith street 

terrace 
Halliday, Mrs, lodgings, 115 Princes street 
Halliday, Miss E. S. lodgings, 34 Charlotte 

square 
Haliion, H. 15 Nelson street 
Hambleton, Wm. Innes, 1 1 Roxburgh street 
Hamburgh Steam Packet Office — Jn.Inkster, 

34 Bernard street 
Hamilton and Miiller, London pianoforte and 

music- sellers, 116 George street 
Hamilton and Kinnear, W.S., 35 Queen st. 
Hamilton, Adam, professor of music, 18 

Castle street 
Hamilton, Alex., W.S. Whitehouse loan 
Hamilton, Alex, tea and spirit merchant, 43 

Earl Grey street 
Hamilton, Andrew, tea merchant and grocer, 

12 Nicolson st. — ho. 13 Roxburgh st. 
Hamilton, Andrew, grocer and spirit mercht. 

12 Downie place 
Hamilton, David, organ builder to the Queen, 

116 George st. 
Hamilton, Daniel, baker, 38 Kirkgate 
Hamilton, Colonel J. J. Bengal army, 27 

Alva street 
Hamilton, Jas. flesher, 16 & 17 New market, 

Leith — house, 4 Riddle's close, Leith 
Hamilton, James, 6 London row 
Hamilton, James, clerk, 7 East Adam street 
Hamilton, J. H. (7?. White % Co.), 6 Elm row 



Hamilton, Rev. James, chaplain, Royal In- 
firmary, 9 Montagu street 
Hamilton, James W. assistant clerk of justi- 
ciary, 20 Dublin street 
Hamilton, J. Anderson, architect, 16 South 

Frederick street 
Hamilton, John, W.S. and agent for the West 
of England Insurance Co. 81 George St. — 
house, 7 Great Stuart street 
Hamilton, John, 6 Montgomery street 
Hamilton, Matthew, 2 Primrose place 
Hamilton, Peter, architect, 18 St Andrew sq. 
Hamilton, R. W. manager, Gen. Steam Navi- 
gation Co. 21 Waterloo place, & .29 Shore, 
Leith. — See Ado. 
Hamilton, Robert, Signet Hall keeper, 391 

Lawnmarket 
Hamilton, R. stamper (G.P.-O.), 73 Rose st. 
Hamilton, R. W. Broompark, Granton Pier 
Hamilton, R. S. grocer and spirit dealer, 13 

Rose street 
Hamilton, Thomas, wood merchant, 53 St 

St. Leonard street 
Hamilton, Thomas, dairyman, 303 Canongate 
Hamilton, Lieut.-Col. Walter, E.I.C.S. 9 

Bellevue crescent 
Hamilton, William B. (Accountant's Office, 

G.P.-O.), 3 West Preston street 
Hamilton, William bootmaker, 40 George st. 

— house, 5 Nelson street 
Hamilton, Wm. tea dealer, 10 Brighton st. 
Hamilton, W. L. W. tea dealer, 8 Brighton st. 
Hamilton, W. bootmaker, 122 Nicolson st. 
Hamilton, W. L. hatter, 42 North bridge 
Hamilton, William, spirit-dealer, 61 St Leo- 
nard street 
Hamilton, Mrs Charles, Sydney lodge 
Hamilton, The Hon. Mrs, 13 Eton terrace 
Hamilton, Mrs Matilda, 1 1 Darnaway street 
Hamilton, Mrs Robert, 24 Inverleith row 
Hamilton, Mrs Thomas, 10 Hill place 
Hamilton, Mrs, Holyrood house 
Hamilton, Mrs, lodgings, 99 Princes street 
Hamilton, Mrs, lodgings, 19 Salisbury street 
Hamilton, Mrs, 19 St Patrick square 
Hamilton, Mrs, Parson's green 
Hamilton, Lady, 16 Great King street 
Hamilton, Miss Charlotte, music-teacher, 

11G George street 
Hamilton, Miss, milliner, 23 Nicolson street 
Hamilton, Miss, 13 Royal circus 
Hampton, John, 20 Coburg street 
Hampton, Wm. cooper and fish-curer, 12, 13, 

14, 15, and 19, Dock street, Leith 
Handyside, George, shoe warehouse, 2 Junc- 
tion 6treet, Leith 
Handyside, James, grocer, 10 Causeyside 
Handyside,P.D.,M.D.,F.R.C.S.E.llHopest. 
Handyside, Wm. 25 Great King street 
Handyside, W. of Conihill, 44 Inverleith row 
Hanna, Rev. Dr, 4 Castle terrace 
Hannah, William, poulterer and provision 
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Hanson, H. P. and Co. ship-brokers and com" 

mission agents, 14 Commercial place 
Hanson, F. teacher of music, 10 Forres street 
Hanson, William, teacher of music, 10 Forres 

street 
Hanson, Miss, teacher of piano and singing, 10 

Forres street 
HARBOuR-master's office, foot of Shore, Leith 
Harcus, Henry, shoemaker, 36 Clerk street 
Harden, Robert A. 6 Doune terrace 
Hardesty, Geo. draper and commission agent, 

10 Nicolson street 
Hardie, Andw. cabinetmaker, 50 Lauriston 

street, and 3 Cowfeeder row 
Hardie, Charles, woollen warehouse, 86 South 

bridge — house, 13 Rankeillor street 
Hardie, David, mercantile and house agency, 
and advance fund, deposit bank, and loan 
investment offices, 7 Elder street — ho. 33 
Warriston cresent 
Hardie, James, tea, wine, and spirit merchant, 

15 Queensferry street — house, 11 Alva st. 
Hardie, James, 2 Haddington place 
Hardie, James, tailor, 2 Glenville place 
Hardie, John, merchant, 4 Gayfield place 
Hardie, Jn. commission merchant, 18 Green- 
side place 
Hardie, Ralph, cattle dealer, 13 Tobago street 
Hardie, Robert, & Co. printers, 20 Frederick 

street, and 77 Rose street 
Hardie, Robert {Robt. H. &> Co.), 6 Pitt street 

Hardie, Thomas, merchant, 46 Bernard st 

house, 10 John's place 
Hardie, T. lodgings, 38 York place 
Hardie, Wm. cabinetmaker and upholsterer, 

61 Frederick street 
Hardie, W. P. (Purves and Co.), 76 George 

street 
Hardie, Wm. superin. Regis. Office, 21 St 

James' square 
Hardie, Wm. (2V. B. Railway'), 24 Fettes row 
Hardie, Wm. provision merchant, 7 South St 

James' street 
Hardie, Miss, lodgings, 26 Albany street 
Hardie, Miss, music teacher, 13 Rankeillor 

street 
Hardy, Charles H. fancy cabinet and dressing- 
case maker, 1 Elder street 
Hardy, E. L. Elizafield, Bonnington 
Hardy, Henry, architect, 17 George street — 

house, 14 Buccleuch place 
Hardy, Mrs, 10 Minto street 
Hardyman, John H., W.S. assistant extrac- 
tor in the Court of Session, 5 Howard pi. 
Hardyman, Mrs, 5 Howard place 
Hargitt, Charles, professor of music, 56 Queen 

street 
Hargitt, C. J. professor of music, 56 Queen 

street 
Hargitt, Edward, 31 Nelson street 
Harkess, James, pawnbroker, 131 Cowgate 
Harkes9, Jas. spirit merchant, 11 High st. 
Harkness, Peter, joiner, 3 Shrub place 



Harkness, Mrs, 30 St Andrew square 
Harkom, Joseph, gunmaker, 32 Princes street 

— house, 3 Gayfield place 
Harley, David, bill poster, 3 Catherine street 
Harlow, A. nail manufacturer, 31 Commercial 

place, Leith 
Harlow, David, wright, 78 Constitution street 

—house, Duncan street 
Harpers, Thomson, & Co. corn factors and in- 
surance brokers, 32 Bernard street 
Harper, D. S. bookseller and stationer, 38 

North bridge 
Harper, Edward, musician, 12 King's place 
Harper, George, agent, Water of Leith 
Harper, James, wine and spirit merchant, 21 

Rose street — house, 90 
Harper, Rev. James, D.D. Leith mount 
Harper, Mrs, 139 George street 
Harris, Professor J. Thome, teaeher of music, 

piano, organ, harmonium, &c. 3 Gloucester 

place 
Harrison and Hill, woollen drapers and hat- 
ters, 36 and 37 North bridge 
Harrison, H. and J. G. 23 St Andrew square 
Harrison, George, Blackford villa 
Harrison, Henry, accountant, 19 Dundas st. 
Harrison, Captain John, adjt. Royal Mid- 
Lothian Yeomanry, 18 Alva street 
Harrison, John Gow, accountant, 19 Dundas 

street 
Harrison, Mrs, 19 Dundas street 
Harrower, Alex, victual dealer, 46 Tolbooth 

wynd, Leith 
Harrower, Mrs D. lodgings, 7 So. Charlotte 

street 
Hart, Francis, teacher and boarding school, 

66 Gilmore place 
Hart, Wm. philosophical instrument maker, 

7 North College street— ho. 15 Keir street, 

Lauriston 
Hart, Isabella, 24 Clerk street 
Harthill's Guide and Emigration Office, 23 

Waterloo place and 4 George street 
Harthill, J. newspaper and general agent, 

Waterloo news rooms, 23 Waterloo place 

and 4 George street — house 14 Gardners' 

crescent 
Hartley, John J., house painter and paper 

hanger, 50 Rose street 
Hartley, Thoma9 F. clothier and hatter, 51 

New buildings, North bridge 
Hartmann, Mrs, Eden bank, Church lane, 

Morningside 
Harvey, George, R.S. A. historical painter, 21 

Regent terrace 
Harvey, James, shoemaker, 125 Rose street 
Harvey, James, 3 Comely Green crescent 
Harvey, James, silk mercer and draper, 23 

Archibald place 
Harvey, Jn. solicitor, and N.P. 42 Bernard 

street 
Harvey, R. E. commission agent, 27 Quality 

street. 



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Hay, David, teacher of English, &c. 2 Drurn- 

mond street 
Hay, George, house agent, 39 Home street 
Hay, Geo. (J. Milne §• Son) 30 Haddington 

place 
Hay, George, missionary, 17 Keir st. 
Hay, Hamilton, S.A.L. accountant, 12 S. St 

David st. — ho. Cecilia villa, Sciennes hill 
Hay, Lieut.-Col. Humphry, late Bengal army, 

13 Rutland street 
Hay, James, postmaster, 109 Abbey hill 
Hay, James, dyer, 16 Jamaica street 
Hay, Jas. Edin. Ropery Co. 5 Links pi. Leith 
Hay, James, baker, 277 Canongate 
Hay, J. Stuart, 19 Atholl crescent 
Hay, J. H., John's place, St Leonard's 
Hay, J. grocer, 37 Kirkgate 
Hay, John, silk dyer, Orchardfield 
Hay, John, of Morton, 38 Greenhill gardens 
Hay, Jn. inspector and treasurer to Parochial 

Board, 10 Nicolson street 
Hay, John {Thomson 8p H.,) 25 George street 
Hay, John, 15 Buccleuch pi. 
Hay, John, woollen draper, 289 High street — 

house, 29 Buccleuch place 
Hay, John, miller, Hay's mill, Leith wak — 

ho. 7 Smith's place 
Hay, J. gardener, Bowerhall, Bonnington rd. 
Hay, Peter (P. «§• R. H.), 3 King's place 
Hay, Peter junr., silk dyer, 5 King's place 
Hay, Peter, grocer, 44 Lothian street 
Hay, Peter, grocer, 1 Filrig place 
Hay, Robert (P. $ R. H.), 10 Fyfe place 
Hay, Robert, family grocer and wine mer- 
chant, and sole agent for J. Bowden & 
Co.'s Devonshire cider, 8 Huntly st. 
Hay, Samuel, Trinity cottage 
Hay, Thomas, merchant, 31 Quality street — 

house. Prospect bank 
Hay, William, wood merchant, Haddon's court 

— house, 1 West Richmond street 
Hay, Wm. tobacconist, 32 Howe street 
Hay, William, smith, 4 Greenside row 
Hay, W. Bremner, S.S.C., bailie of Holyrood, 

3 Howe street 
Hay, Mrs Alex. 25 St James' square 
Hay, Mrs Beatrice, 10 Comely green place 
Hay, Mrs Colonel, 30 Regent terrace 
Hay, Mrs J. small ware dealer, Newhaven 
Hay, Mrs, ladies' outfit and baby linen ware- 
house, 25 George street 
Hay, Mrs, 51 Constitution street 
Hay, Mrs R. S., 3 Rutland square 
Hay, Mrs, fruiterer and green grocer, 18 

Green market 
Hay, Mrs, milliner and straw-hat maker, 65 

Canongate 
Hay, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 38 Dublin street 
Hay, Miss, Trinity cottage 
Hay, Miss, grocer, 19 Haddington place 
Hay, Miss Dalrymple, 7 Coates crescent 
Hay, Misses M. & J., dressmks., 38 Dublin st. 
Hayden, Wm R. 14 Clerk street 



Harvey's Royal Bazaar, 25 Princes street 

Harvey, Thomas, Merchiston castle 

Harvey, Thos. furn. deal. 16 and 22 West bow 

Harvey, Mrs, 21 Blacket place 

Harvie, David, dairyman, 48 Thistle street 

Harvie, Miss, 9 Brown street 

Harvie, Miss, 45 George square 

Hassell, Mrs, temp, coffee-ho. 10 Shore, Leith 

Hastie, Alex, bill poster, M'Leod's laud, Old 

Assembly close 
Hastie, John, 18 West Nicolson street 
Hastie, Mrs, 26 Royal crescent 
Hastings, James, 7 Park street 
Haswell, Geo. writer, 28 Gayfield square 
Haswell, Jas. wine mercht. & grocer, 30 Green- 
side street, 497 Lawnmarket, and 66 Grass- 
market — house, Gayfield house 
Haswell, Miss, 20 Ainslie place 
Hately, John, contractor, 2 St James' square 
Hately, Thos. teacher of music, 17 St James' 

square 
Hatborn, Mrs, of Castlewigg, 9 Forth street 
Hatton, James, W.S. 25 Nelson street 
Hauptman & Co. glass engravers, cutters, and 

crystal lu&tre manufs. 22 Greenside lane 
Hawdon, Jas. inspector of works, 28 Albany 

street, Leith 
Hawkfield House Lunatic Asylum, Res- 

talrig road, Leiih 
Hawkins, Mrs B. Laverock bank 
Hawks, Edward, engineer, Roxburgh close, 

341 High street 
Hawks, Jn. bit and spur maker, 1 Calton hill 
Hawks, Hen. engineer, E. P. & D. Railway 

station, Canal street 
Hawthorn, William, 9 Cheyne st. 
Hawthorns and Co. engineers, Leith engine 

works, South Junction street, and Granton 

iron works, Granton 
Hay, D. R. and Co. decorative painters to the 

Queen, 90 George st. — ho. 7 Jordan bank 
Hay and Cooper, dyers and scourers — offices, 

1 Heriot's place, Leith walk, and 11 South 

Frederifk st. 
Hay, G. & D. photographic artists, 68 Princes 

street 
Hay, P. & R. silk-dyers and scourers, 1 Heriot 

buildings, and 5 S. St David st. — See Adv. 
Hay and M'Kechnie, silk dyers, &c. &c. 13 

North Melville pi. — works, Water of Leith 
Hay and Pringle, W.S. 20 Young street 
Hay, Alex. 1 Gayfield place 
Hay, Alexander, jun. watchmaker & jeweller, 

45 Princes street— house, 31 Broughton st. 
Hay, Alex, writer, Bonnington bank 
Hay, Alex, portrait engraver, 9 Henry street 
Hay, Alex. Water of Leith mills— house, 4 

Charlotte pi. 
Hay, Alex, stationer, engraver, and printer, 

4 North bridge 
Hay, And. leather merchant, 51 Niddry st. 
Hay, Arch., commission agent, 2 Salisbury st. 
Hay, Chas. 10 Fettes row 



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Hayne, Miss, staymaker, 92 Princes street 
Hay ward, Mrs Ann, Porchester villa, Grange 

loan 
Healey, Alexander, baker, 1 Crosscausey 
Ilealey, Martin, shoemaker to the Queen, 53 

Hanover street 
Heath, John, park keeper, West cottages, 

Granton pier 
Heatly, And. 2 Pilrig st. 
Heatly, Mrs, dairy, 9 St Andrew st. Leith 
Heattlie, Mrs, 12 Raukeillor street 
Hector, AI. (Gibson Sf H.), 5 Inverleith ter- 
race 
Hector, D. advocate, 41 Northumberland st. 
Hedderwick, Robert, Christian bank 
Heddle, M. F., M.D. 8 Clarence street 
Heddle, Malcolm, writer, 4 Victoria pi. 
Heddle, Mrs, 28 Bernard st, 
Hedley, John, locomotive manager Caledo- 
nian Railway, 2 Lower Gilmore place 
Hedley, Robt. engineer, 2 Hope terrace, Leith 
Heiton, John, of Darnick Tower, accountant, 

1 Hunter sq. — ho. 7 N.-W. Circus pi. 
Helmsdale, Leith & Aberdeen shipping Co. 

Lane, Scott & Co., agents, 2 Dock gates 
Heiton, Mrs George, 5 Deanhaugh street 
Hempseed, Wm. prov. dealer, 205 High st. 
Henderson & Bisset, bookbinders to her Ma- 
jesty, 19 Hill street 
Henderson and Donaldson, S.S.C. 20 St 

Patrick square 
Henderson & Jackson, wine merchants, 56 

Nicolson street 
Henderson & Turnbull, wine & spirit mer- 
chants, 53 Bernard street 
Henderson & Wilson, builders, 27 Charlotte 

street, Leith 
Henderson, Adam, St Leonard's hill 
Henderson, Alex. 12 High terrace 
Henderson, Alex. 35 Lothian street 
Henderson, Alex, butcher, 15 Canongate 
Henderson, Alex, builder, 1 Mound place 
Henderson, Allan, 10 Church hill, Morning- 
side 
Henderson, Andrew, late officer of Customs, 

9 West Claremont street 
Henderson, Andrew, engraver, lithographic 

and letterpress printer, 71 Shore, Leith 
Henderson, Archd. 21 Lauriston street 
Henderson, Barclay, superin. of works, Gas 

Co., Eeid's court, Canongate 
Henderson, Charles J. (Berry, H. Sf Co.), 34 

Royal terrace 
Henderson, D. & D. dairymen, 5 Union street 
Henderson, David, ironm. 73 Broughton st. 
Henderson, D. mercantile clerk, 23 Maitland 

street 
Henderson, B.(H.Sf T.),9 Wellington place, 

Leith 
Henderson, Rev. D. chaplain and house go- 
vernor, Gillespie's hospital, 1 Bruntsfield pi. 
Henderson, Dav. chim.-swpr. 9 Gibb's entry 
Henderson, Dav. writer, 6 Upper Gilmour pi. 



Henderson, David Wemyss, grain broker and 

factor, 1 29 Constitution street — ho. 5 Morton 

street Leith 
Henderson, David, hatter, 46 North bridge — 

house, I Bloomberry cottage 
Henderson, George, Nathneld, Bonnington 
Henderson, George, ironmonger, and dealer 

in all kinds of tools, &c. 20 Victoria street 
Henderson, Geo. Carlton cot. Spring gardens 
Henderson, G. vict. dealer, 6 Howe st. 
Henderson, George, 63 Cumberland street 
Henderson, G. (B. L. Co.), 54 Inverleith row 
Henderson, George, writer, Sciennes house 
Henderson, George, 6 Bank place 
Henderson, Gines {late Customs, Leith), Rose 

villa, Laverock bank 
Henderson, H. coachmaker, 98 Abbey hill 
Henderson, James C, S.S.C. 19 Hill street — 

ho. 46 Great King street 
Henderson, Jas. spirit merchant, 5 Dock place 

— ho. 29 Cooper street 
Henderson, James, clerk, Shore dues office, 2 

Janefield place 
Henderson, J. wholesale stationer, 19 Blair 

street 
Henderson, Jas. T. Forman (Bank of Scotland), 

4 Malta terrace 
Henderson, James, 8 Glover street 
Henderson, James (P. fy W. Macniven), 1 

Gilmore place 
Henderson, James, photographer, 68 Princes 

street 
Henderson, James, cowfeeder, 69 Thistle st. 
Henderson, Jas. horse-dealer, 14 Potterrow 
Henderson, James, smith & farrier, 4 Murray 

street, Crosscausey — ho. 56 E. Crosscausey 
Henderson, James, commander, Royal Navy, 

Adelaide villa, Merchiston park 
Henderson, James, messenger (Union Bank), 

2 Grey friars' place 
Henderson, James, coal merchant, 7 Port 

Hopetoun — bo. 14 Ileriot place 
Henderson, Jn. slater & glazier, 3 Castle st. 
Henderson, John, Primrose cottage, Grange 

road 
Henderson, Lieut. John, R.N. 31 Gayfield sq. 
Henderson, J. architect, chambers, 7 Hill st. 

— house, Greenhill park 
Henderson, John, Queen's remembrancer, 

Exchequer 
Henderson, John, registrar of joint stock 

companies in Scotland, Exchequer Cham- 
bers 
Henderson, John, agent, London Parcel Des- 
patch Company, 1 Frederick street 
Henderson, John, writer, 26 St Patrick sq. 
Henderson, John, M.D. 26 Charlotte street 

Leith 
Henderson, John, builder — yard, lane east end 

of Atholl crescent — house, 2 Stafford street 
Henderson, John, painter, 4 Spence's place 
Henderson, Peter, teacher, Heriot's school, 

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Henderson, Peter, hatter, 44 North br. — ho. 

Sharpdale, Dalkeith road 
Henderson, Robt., S.S.C. 11 Royal Exchange 

— house, 6 St Vincent street 
Henderson, Robert, house carpenter and 

builder, 19 Rose street lane — house, I St 

Cuthbert's glebe 
Henderson, Robert, A. R.S. A. portrait painter, 

32 Dundas street 
Henderson, Robt. builder, St Cuthbert's lane 
Henderson, Robert, Rosehall, Newington 
Henderson, R. Short's Observatory, Castle hill 
Henderson, R. (H. § Wilson), Claremont park 
Henderson, Simon, baker, 51 Canongate 
Henderson, Thomas, 16 East Adam street 
Henderson, Thomas, clerk of the corn mar- 
ket, 23 Lauriston street 
Henderson, Thomas S. teacher, 36 India st. 

— ho. 9 S.-E. Circus place 
Henderson, Thomas, spirit dealer, 127 Can- 
ongate — house, 115 
Henderson, Thomas, grocer, 2 S. Richmond st. 
Henderson, W. & R. merchts. 293 High st. 
Henderson, TV. F. 2 Union place, Trinity 
Henderson, Walter, comm.trav. 44 Pleasance 
Henderson, Wm., M.D., F.R.CP. prof, of med. 

& gen. pathology, 50 Moray place 
Henderson, Wm. (Nat. Bank), SBruntonplace 
Henderson, Wm. victual dealer, '20 Ruccleuch 

street 
Henderson, Wm. (2?. Linen Co.), 21 Scotland 

street 
Henderson, Wm. grocer and spirit dealer, 20 

Broughton street 
Henderson, William, smith and bell hanger, 

Chalmers' close, 81 High street 
Henderson, William, spirit merchant, 49 

Candlemaker row — ho. 4 West Adam st. 
Henderson, Mrs Ann, lodgings, Rosewood 

place, Morningside 
Henderson, Mrs Archibald, wine and spirit 

merchant, 71 Grassmatket 
Henderson, Mrs Dr, Portland villa, Newbattle 

terrace 
Henderson, Mrs Hugh, grocer and spirit 

merchant, 19 High street 
Henderson, Mrs J. (H. 8f B.) 30 Clarence st. 
Henderson, Mrs James, 16 Hart street 
Henderson, Mrs James, 10 S. Charlotte st. 
| Henderson, Mrs John, 1 Manor place 
i Henderson, MrsWm. milliner and dressmaker, 

9 South College street 
Henderson, Mrs, lodgings, 10 India street 
Henderson, Mrs, 3 Wallace place 
Henderson, Mrs, strawhat maker and milliner, 

4 Dublin street 
Henderson, Mrs, 36 Cumberland street 
Henderson, Mrs, 38 Inverleith row 
Henderson, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 38 India pi. 
Henderson, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 1 Gilchrist lane 
Henderson, Mrs, 27 South Clerk street 
: Henderson, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 44 India place 
Henderson, Mrs, 42 Model buildings 



Henderson, Miss, 2 Newington terrace 

Henderson, Miss, dressmaker, 4 E. Arthur pi. 

Henderson, Miss, 39 Howe street 

Henderson, Misses, 12 Ann street 

Hendrie, H. commer. travell. 4 W. Adam st. 

Hendrie, James, tobacco manf. 4 Catharine 
street, 2 Baktr's place, and 292 Canongate 

Hendrie, Mrs John, china and glass ware- 
rooms, 23 Greenside place 

Hendrie, Miss, 5 Dewar place 

Hendry, Wm. saddlers' ironmonger, Castle 
terrace, Lothian road 

Henry, Alex, gun, rifle, and pistol manufac- 
turer, 8 South St Andrew st house, 

2 Meuse lane 

Henry, Jardine, S.S.C. 18 St Andrew square 

— house, Liberton 
Henry, John (Jolly, Strong, and H.), 3 Eyre pi. 
Henrv, Jn. artificial limb and bandage maker, 

3 York place. — See Adv. 
Henry, Thomas, 90 George street 
Henry, William, merchant, 13 Bernard st. 
Henry, Mrs Edw. 2 Frederick street 
Henry, Mrs, green grocer, 16 Canongate 
Hepburn, George, 15 Shandwick place 
Hepburn, James, janitor, Bell's school, 2 S. 

Junction street, Leith 

Hepburn, Simon, carver and gilder, 26 Han- 
over street — house, 26 Frederick street 

Hepburn, Miss, 23 London street 

Hepburn, Misses, dressmakers, 17| Duke st. 
lane 

Herbert, Mark, provision merchant, 17 and 
19 Charles street 

Herbert, P. boot and shoemaker, 74 Clerk st. 

Hercules Insurance Co. 47 George street 

Hercus, James, Bathfield house 

Herd, John, cabinet maker, 6 Ronaldson's 
buildings 

Herd, Mrs Geo. lodgings, 1 Broughton place 

Herdman, And. teacher, Brisbane villa, Grove 

Herd man, JohD, corn merchant, Bell's mills 
— house, Sunbury house 

Herdman, Robert, A.R.S.A. historical and 
portrait painter, 32 Danube street 

Herdson, James, lona villa, Dick pi. Grange 

Heriot, Fred. L. Maitland, of Ramornie, ad- 
vocate, 18 Rutland street 

Heriot, James, teacher of music, 2 Shrub pi. 

Heriot, Thomas, merchant, and registrar of 
births, deaths, and marriages, for the district 
of Newington — hours, 1 to 3, Sat. 10 to 1 2 
— house, 9 Hill place 

Heriot, Thos. cork manufac. 48 Pleasance 

Heriot, William, printer, 17 Quality st. — ho. 
11 Wellington place, Leith 

Heriot, Miss, 28 Rutland street 

IIeriot's, George, Hospital — chambers, 11 
Royal Exchange 

Herkes, Adam, grocer, 39 St Andw. st. Leith 

Herkless, Mrs, 47 Great King street 

Heron, James, grocer, 160 Pleasance 

Heron, John (Royal Bank), 13 Gardner's cr. 

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Heron, Mrs, spirit merchant, 1 Howard pi. 

Heron, Mrs, 37 Constitution street 

Herries, Willaim Young, of Spottes, 16 Heriot 

row 
Herring Fishery office, 2 Dock place, Leith 
— J. Miller, general inspector — ho. Upper 
hermitage 
Hetherton, Henry, bell-hanger and locksmith, 

Hillmount — house, 21 Salisbury street 
Hetherton, William, writer, 174 Rose street 
Hewat, John, {late James Spittal and Co.), 
silk mercer and shawl manufacturer, 12 
St Andrew square 
Hewat, J. (J. Spittal $ Co.), 13 Saxe Coburg 

place 
Hewat, R. K. agent 17 W. Richmond street 
Hewat, Mrs James, 1 W. Claremont street 
Hewit, A. L. Pilrig cottage 
Hewit, George, bill-poster, 399 Lawnmarket 
Hewit, J. & Sons, leather merchants, 6 and 8 
Niddry street — house, Gibraltar house, St 
Leonard's hill 
Hewit, Mrs, cook, 50 India Place 
Heycock, William, working gunmaker, 24 

West bow 
Hibbs, Rev. Richard, M.A., 1 Gt. Stuart st. 
Hickman, Wm. 7 Raeburn place 
Higgins and Thom, engravers, printers, and 

lithographers, 21 S. St David street 
Higgins, Mrs, grocer and tobacconist, 4 Citadel 
Highland and Agricultural Society of Scot- 
land, 6 Albyn pi. — Museum, 3 Geo. IV. br. 
Hill and Robertson, W.S. 42 Frederick st. 
Hill, Thomson, & Co. wine merchts. and pur- 
veyors to the Queen, 45 Frederick street 
Hill, Alex, printseller and publisher to the 
Queen & R. S. Academy, carver & gilder, 
67 Princes street — house, 7 Dundas street 
Hill, Crawfurd, advocate, 2 Picardy place 
Hill, David Octavus, R.S.A. Calton hill stairs 
Hill, Geo. {Geo. H. # Co.), 6 Saxe Coburg pi. 
Hill, George, smith and beam maker, 12 

Richmond place — house, 29 
Hill, George, 8 Roxburgh terrace 
Hill, Jas. L., W.S. 42 Frederick street- 
house, 26 Heriot row 
Hill, Jas. 10 St John street 
Hill, James Matthew, 15 Moray place 
Hill, Jas. grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 85 

Kirkgate — house, 86 
Hill, John, boot and shoe warehouse, 43 Nicol- 

son street 
Hill, John, builder, 15 Duke street, Leith 
Hill, Peter, smith, 18 Roxburgh street 
Hill, Robert, tea and spirit dealer, 491 Lawn- 
market 
Hill, Robert, spirit dealer, 523 Lawnmarket 
Hill, Robert, W.S. 2 Picardy place 
Hill, Wm. accountant, 25 St James' square 
Hill, Wm. leather-cutter, 58 Low Calton 
Hill, Mrs John, 56 India st. 
Hill, Mrs John, 17 Keir street 
Hill, Mrs John, 10 Merchant street 



Hill, Mrs Robert, 5 Abercromby place 
Hill, Mrs Robert, 9 Hailes street 
Hill, Mrs, 19 Alva street 

Hill, Miss, 9 Chapel street 

Hillditch, Samuel, agent, 9 Ann street 

Hillhouse, Henry, furniture dealer, 22 Blair st. 

Hilliard, H. & H. cutlers' instrument, artificial 
limb, truss, and bandage makers to Royal 
Dispensary, 7 Nicolson street — house, 5 

Hird, William, 12 Vanburgh pi. 

Hislop, A. & S. boot and shoe makers, 137 
West port 

Hislop, Alex, smith & farrier, Canonmills — 
house, 5 Huntly street 

Hislop, Jas., house steward, House of Refuge 

Hislop, Robert, inspector of letter-carriers, 
G. P.-O. Waterloo place 

Hislop, Robert, coach-hirer, Regent ter. lane 

Hislop, Wm. furniture warerooms, 28 Howe 
street — house, 2 Royal circus 

Hislop, Mrs G. saddler, 4 Coal hill, Leith 

Hislop, Mrs J., spirit dealer, 1 Shandwick pi. 

Hislop, Mrs Stephen, lodgings, 29 Albany st. 

Hislop, Mrs, 55 India place 

Hislop, Mrs, 11 Scotland st. 

Hislop, Miss, housekeeper, G. P.-O., Wa- 
terloo place 

Hobday, Thomas, postmaster, hackney, post- 
ing, and funeral equipage establishment — 
offices, 2 York place and York lane 

Hobday, W. J. livery stables, York lane 

Hobday, Mrs F., Berlin repository, 1 Hope st. 

Hobkirk, Wm. & John, corn merchants, 
Chapel street house 

Hodge, Archd. corn factor, 40 Bernard street, 
Leith, and Dairy mills, Murrayfield 

Hodge, Colin, stationer, 5 Dublin st. 

Hodge, J. 17 Bristo street 

Hodge, Mrs, 2 Roxburgh terrace 

Hodges, Mrs, 1 Lutton place 

Hodson, Rev. James Stephen, D.D. Oxon, 
F.R.S.E., Rector Edinburgh Academy, 62 
Great King street 

Hodson, Miss, boarding school, 18 Royal circ. 

Hoey, John, boot and shoemaker, 86 St An- 
drew street, Leith 

Hoffmann, John D. R. plane-maker and edge- 
tool manufacturer, Castle terrace 

Hoffmann, Magnus L. teacher of music, 50 
George st. 

Hoffner, Louis, macer of Session, 59 Geo. st. 

Hofford, William, printer, 1 Oxford terrace 

Hogarth, Adam, commission agent, Green- 
market — house, Bonnington house 

Hogarth, Mrs, 12 Antigua st. 

Hogben, Wm. S. assessor, 6 Waterloo place 

Hogben, Mrs, 3 Hamburg place 

Hogg, Honey man, & Wilson, wholesale tea, 
coffee, and spice dealers, 13 Meuse lane 

Hogg, Alex, tea, wine, and spirit merchant, 7 
Bristo street 

Hogg, A. 1 S. Charlotte st. 

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Hogg, Fraser (H., H., 8$ Wilson) 5 Had- 
dington place 
Hogg, James, grocer, 125 Causeyside 
Hogg, James (J. H. §■ Sons), 60 Blacket pi. 
Hogg, Jas. haircutter & toy warehouse, 34 W. 

Register street — house, 9 E. Sciennes street 
Hogg, James, and Sons, publishers, 18 St 

Andrew square 
Hogg, James, jun. (J. H. and Sons) IS St 

Andrew square 
Hogg, James, jun., 4 Nicolson sq. 
Hogg, John, 9 Scotland street 
Hogg, John, stationer, 2 Pitt street — house, 

58 Cumberland street 
Hogg, Jn. tinsmith & gasfitter, 74 S. Clerk st. 
Hogg, Robert, 37 Abbey hill 
Hogg, Thomas, temperance coffee-house, 1 

Hunter square 
Hogg, W. upholsterer and undertaker, 30 

Dundas street 
Hogg, Wm. auctioneer, appraiser, and furni- 
ture dealer — salerooms, 48 N. Frederick 

street — house, 8 Chapel street 
Hogg, Mrs J. 20 Great Stuart st. 
Hogg, Mrs F. flsh.-tackle maker, 79 Princes st. 
Hogg, Mrs, 5 Middleby street 
Hogue, David Wilson, M.D. and doctor of 

dental surgery, 65 Queen street 
Hogue, Re. operating and consulting dentist, 

65 Queen street 
Hobday, Thomas, engraver and chaser, 30 St 

James' square 
Holingworth, Mrs, 31 Coatfield lane, Leith 
Hollis, Misses, milliners, dress & straw-bon- 
net makers, 29 Frederick street 
Holmes, Matt, locomotive superintendent, 

E. % G. R., Haymarket 
Holt, Miss Mary- Ann, 128 Nicolson st. 
Holtum & Welsh, coat makers, 6 George st. 
Holtum, Thomas, (H. d- W.) 45 George street 
Holyrood, Bailie of, William B. Hay, S.S.C., 

3 Howe st. 
Holyrood Flint-glass wks. S. b. of Canongate 
Home, A. F. accountant, 15 Cheyne street 
Home, D. Milne, of Milnegraden, 10 York pi. 
Home, Sir George, bart. advocate, 1 9 Rutland 

street 
Home, Robert, engraver and lithographer, 63 

New buildings, North bridge — house, 41 

George street 
Home, Robert, tailor, 73 Nicolson street 
Home, Lady, 19 Rutland street 
Home, Mrs George, 15 Cheyne street 
Home, Mrs W. N. Merchiston house 
Home, Miss, 35 Broughton street 
Home, Miss, lodgings, 13 Union place 
Home, Miss, 45 George square 
Honeyman, D. wright, 1 Young street — ho. 

121 Rose street 
Honeyman, Jas. grocer, 158 Fountainbridge 
Honeyman, Robert, 43 South Clerk street 
Hood, Alexander, wine and spirit merchant, 

22 Couper street, Leith 



Hood, Angus, wine and spirit merchant, 64 

Lauriston 
Hood, Jas. smith and beam-maker, 3 M'Dow- 

all street 
Hood, James, boot and shoemaker, 12 St 

Patrick square 
Hood, Robert, M.D„ 5 Salisbury road 
Hoodless, Mrs C. lodgings, 8 Smith's place 
Hooper, \Yilliam Martin, pianoforte tuner, 1 

Nelson street 
Hooper, Mrs, 5 Duke street 
Hope & Mackay, W.S. 119 Princes street 
Hope, Andrew, government contractor, 24 

Hill street 
Hope, Benjamin, 64 Gilmore place 
Hope, David, advocate, 1 Erskine place 
Hope, Col. F. 35 Albany street 
Hope, Geo. farmer, Tenton barns, 4 Geo. sq. 
Hope, James R. lithographer, engraver, and 

copperplate printer, 8 North bridge 
Hope, James, jun. (J. §■ J. H.), 31 Moray pi. 
Hope, John and James, W.S. 31 Moray pi. 
Hope, John, W.S. 31 Moray place 
Hope, John David, 6 Constitution street 
Hope, John, baker, 2 India street 
Hope, Robert A. general merchant, 57 and 58 

Yardheads 
Hope, Thomas, 20 Drummond street 
Hope, William, 19 Minto street 
Hope, Mrs James, flesher, 24 Union place 
Hope, Mrs, 21 Castle street 
Hope, Mrs, 2 Royal terrace 
Hope, MissEliz. dressmaker, 59 Thistle st. 
Hope, Miss G., spirit dealer, 41 Sandport st. 
Hope, Marion, dressmaker, 7 Raeburn place 
Hope, Miss, 33 Montagu street 
Hope, Miss, Wardie lodge 
Hope, Miss, 9 Gloucester place 
Hopetoun Rooms, 72 Queen street — R. S. 

Barry 
Hopkirk, John G., W.S. 75 Great King street 
Hopkirk, Wm. florist & gardnr. Primrose pi. 
Hopper, Thomas, 7 Calton hill 
Horetzky, Mons. teacher of music, 7 Scot- 
land street 
Horn, Andw. accountant, 19 Queen street 
Horn, Robert, advocate, 7 Randolph crescent 
Horn, William, china mercht., CO Causeyside 
Home and Rose, W.S. 39 Castle street 
Home, Archd. accountant, 2 W. Maitland st. 
Home, D., of Langwell, W.S. 10 Atholl cres. 
Home, George, hairdresser and perfumer, 1 

Duke street 
Home, James, civil engineer &land surveyor, 

19 St Andrew square 
Home, James W. writing master, 10 South 

College street 
Home, T. E. 0., W.S. 10 Atholl crescent 
Home, Mrs, 4 Park street 
Horning Office, 22 Register house 
Hornyik, F. Windsor hotel, 20 Moray place 
■ Horsburgh & Blair, tea and coffee dealers, 24 

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Horsburgh & Livingston, W.S., 26 Northum- 
berland street 
Horsburgh, Andrew, tailor and clothier, 36 

Home street 
Horsburgh, James, agent, 2 Elm row 
Horsburgh, James (H. <5f Blair), 34 Clerk st. 
Horsburgh, John, provision mercht. 65 and 67 

Broughton street 
Horsburgh, John, historical engraver, 18 Buc- 

cleuch place 
Horsburgh, John, Grange loan 
Horsburgh, W., W.S. 26 Northumberland st. 
Horsburgh, Mrs G. midwife and ladies' nurse, 

42 India place 
Horsburgh, xMiss, Summer hall 
Horsburgh, Miss, 63 York place 
Horsburgh, Miss, 1 West Maitland street 
Hoseason, Gilbert, 38 Broughton street 
Hoseason, James D., 38 Broughton street 
Hosie, Mrs, lodgings, 39 Albany street, Leith 
Hospital, Donaldson's, Whitehouse toll — 

Walter Cook, W.S., treasurer — house, 25 

Drummond place 
Hospital, Fever, Royal Infirmary 
Hospital, Gillespie's, Wright's houses 
Hospital, George Heriot's, Lauriston — John 

Dick, treasurer 
Hospital, George Watson's, Meadows — Jas. 

Young, treasurer 
Hospital, Leith, and Humane Society — A. 

Mann, 21 Bernard street, secretary 
Hospital, Lock, Royal Infirmary 
Hospital, Merchant Maiden, Lauriston lane 

— Robert Walker, treasurer 
Hospital, Orphan, Dean — J. Scott Moncrieff, 

20 India street, treasurer 
Hossack, David, cabinetmaker, G Bellevue 
Hossack, D. grocer, 329 Cowgate 
Hossack, Mrs, provision shop, Granton pier 
Houlden, Thos. jun. stationer, 9 Nicolson 

street — house, 26 Rankeillor street 
Houliston, John, tea, wine, and spirit mercht., 

74 Leith street — house, 10 Greenside street 
House Agency office, 22 South Hanover st. 
House and Land Agency office, 23 St Patrick 

square 
House of Industry, 19 St John street — Mrs 

Gemmell, matron 
Houston, David, mercht. 29 Bridge st. Leith 
Houston, Wm. advocate, 1 Scotland street 
Houston, Mrs, 56 Inverleith row 
Houston, Mrs, 41 Clerk street 
Houy, "William, examiner to the G.P.-O., 

9 Jordan bank, Morningside 
How, G. boot and shoe maker, 194 Canongate 
Howard, Wm. teacher of music, 17 Howe st. 
Howden, Aw. W.S. 11 Melville street 
Howden, James (Bortlnvick and H.), account- 
ant, 20 Manor place 
Howden, Jas. and Son, jewellers and watch- 
makers, 37 Princes street — ho. 19 Nelson st. 
Howden, Patrick, auctioneer, appraiser, and 

furniture dealer, saleroom, 16 Victoria st. 



Howden, Peter, and Co. wine merchants, 7 
Meuse lane — house, 6 Brandon street 

Howden, Thos. grocer, 4 St Andrew st. Leith 

Howden, Mrs, 8 Carlton terrace 

Howden, Mrs John, 5 Dean street 

Howden, Mrs, boarding house, 31 Howe st. 

Howden, Miss Jessie, Grange road 

Howe, Alexander, W.S. 62 Castle street — 
house, 9 Albyn place 

Howe, David, printer, 9 S. Richmond street 

Howe, George, boot and shoe warehouse, 194 
Canongate 

Howe, William, 21 Salisbury street 

Howe, W. spirit merchant, L 2GG Canongate — 
house, 21 Salisbury street 

Howey, Thomas, & Co. agents for the goods 
traffic of the North British, and E. Perth, 
and Dundee Railways — Offices at the Rail- 
way stations 

Howey, Thomas, agent, 13 Gilmour place 

Howie & Co., neshers, 2 Scotland street 

Howie, Alex. 4 Milne square 

Howie, James, portrait and animal painter, 45 
Princes street 

Howie, James, lime agent, 1 5 Parkside st. 

Howie, Jas. jun., miniature painter, and pho- 
tographic artist, 71 Princes st. 

Howie, John, sculptor, Brandon st. — house, 
10 Saunders street 

Howie, Jn. tea and coffee dealer, 5 8c 6 Tol- 
booth wynd — house, 1 Madeira street 

Howie, John, paper ruler, 129 High street 

Howie, William. Grayfield, Dalkeith road 

Howieson, Mrs John, 1 Farquharsoo place 

Howison, Arch. Y. of Hvndford, 6 Carlton ter. 

Howison, W., M.D., F.R.C.S. 9 Nicolson sq. 

Howison, Mrs, of Hillend, 7 Blackford road 

Howison, Mrs Jane, 19 N.-W. Circus place 

Howison, Mrs Wm. I Alva street 

Howkins, John, civil engineer, Granton pier 
— house, Queensberry place, Wardie 

Howkins, Miss, South cottage, Wardie 

Hoy, Alex, tailor and clothier, 46 Victoria st. 

Hoyes, John, 7 Ainslie place 

Hughes and Mylne, W.S. 1 So. Charlotte st. 

Hughes, Edwin, saw maker, Leith sawmills 
— house, Pitt street, Leith 

Hughes, Geo. (H. S; Mylne), 10 Rutland st. 

Hughes, John, printer, 3 Thistle st. — house, 
6 Mansfield place 

Hughes, Pat. furniture dealer, 110 Cowgate 

Hughes, Elizabeth, grocer and spirit dealer, 
Hillhousefield 

Hughes, Miss, 7 Fingal place 

Hughson &Co.stockbrkrs. 16 Royal Exchange 

Hughson, A. D. writer, notary public, and 
assistant to the auditor of the Court of 
Session — office, 16 Royal Exchange — ho. 
Greenhill gardens 

Huie, D. R.'W. {Royal Bank), 8 George sq. 

Huie, Edward, merchant, 2 Walker street 

Huie, Richard, M.D. S George square 

Huie, Mrs James, 25 W. Nicolson street 



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Hull, Michael, Granton hotel, Granton 
Hull Steam Packet Office — John Inkster, 34 

Bernard street 
Humane Society, Edinburgh and Leith — A. 

Mann, 21 Bernard street, secretary- 
Hume & Melville, plumbers, brassfounders, 

and gasfitters. 23 W. Register st. — See Adv. 
Hume, James, & Co. millers, Haymarket mills 
Hume, Alexander, inn-keeper, Parkside, Old 

Gibbet toll 
Hume, George, 20 Pitt street 
Hume, James, builder, Cassells' place — 

house, 1 7 
Hume, James, corn mercht. 1 Bhysic gardens 
Hume, James, spirit dealer, 1 Niddry street 
Hume, John, brush manufac. 104 West bow 
Hume, John, grain and flour dealer, 6 Gard- 
ner's crescent 
Hume, John, wright, 10 Coatfield lane — ho. 

8 Laurie street 
Hume, J. bookseller & stationer — depositary 

of Scottish Monthly Visitor Tract Society, 

5 Hanover street 
Hume, M. N. Macdonald, of Ninewells, 15 

Abercromby place 
Hume, Beter, victual dealer, 4S Canongate 
Hume, Bobert, 74 Potterrow 
Hume, Bobt. (//. ^-Melville), Annahill villa, 

Grange road 
Hume, Thos. plumber and gasfitter, 5 Rose 

street — house, 17 James' street 
Hume, Mrs, ladies' nurse, oo India place 
Hume, Mrs William, 31 Morrison street 
Hume, Mrs, 26 Cumberland street 
Hume, Mrs, lodgings, 72 Broughton street 
Hunt, Jasme {Murray £* Hunt], 28 Gt. King 

street 
Hunt, Mrs, of BittencriefF, 13 Moray place 
Hunt, Mrs, 28 Great King street 
Hunter, Blair, & Cowan, W.S. 7 York place 
Hunter and Glover, cooks and confectioners, 

3 North St Andrew street 
Hunter, Adam, physician, 18 Abercromby pi. 
Hunter, Andrew, 59 South bridge 
Hunter, David, Elizafield, Bonnington 
Hunter, David, carpet warehouse, 178 High 

street — ho. 1 George place 
Hunter, David {Duncan, FlocJchart, § Co.), 15 

Minto street 
Hunter, Davidson, teacher, 19 Thistle st. 
Hunter, Evan A« {Hunter, Blair, 8f Cowan), 

7 York place 
Hunter, Francis, flesher, 49 Lothian street, 

— house, 53 
Hunter, George, flesher, 29 Sandport st. Leith 
Hunter, H. cabinetmkr. 13 N.-W. Circus pi. 
Hunter, James, grocer, 68 Shore, Leith 
Hunter, James, 22 Elm row 
Hunter, James, commercial traveller, (A. <£ Co. 

Glasgow), 16 Grove street 
Hunter, James, mason, 62 South Clerk street 
Hunter, James J. 18 Lothian street 
Hunter, James (G. F.-O.), 101 Causey side 



Hunter, John, writer, 13 Hill street 
Hunter, John, auditor of the Court of Ses- 
sion, 16 R. Exchange — house, Craigcrook 
Hunter, John, advocate, 24 Queen street 
Hunter, Jn. painter, 72 Tolbooth wynd, Leith 
Hunter, John, grocer, 315 Cowgate 
Hunter, Rev. John, D.D. 2 Regent terrace 
Hunter, Jn. session-clerk, 163 Canongate — 

house, Chessels' court 
Hunter, John M. teacher of English, 20 York 

place — house, 25 Albany street 
Hunter, John, commission agent, Grove villa, 

9i Duncan street, Newington 
Hunter, J. commercial traveller, 25 Arthur st. 
Hunter, Batrick (F. and H.), 26 Frederick st. 
Hunter, Philip, cooper, 64 Nicolson street, 

and 64 South Clerk street 
Hunter, B. sculptor, 35 South Clerk st — ho. 

5 West Newington place 
Hunter, Richard, 10 Ainslie place 
Hunter, Bichard, spirit merchant, 70 St 

Leonard street 
Hunter, Bobert, advocate, sheriff of Dumbarton 

and Bute, 67 Northumberland street 
Hunter, Robert, 24 Greenside place 
Hunter, R. wright and cabinetmaker, 3 Albany 

st. lane — warehouse, 4 Albany street 
Hunter, Robt. & Son, smiths, 109 Kirkgate 
Hunter, Robt. soda water manuf. Allan's close 
Hunter, Robert, 4 East Adam street 
Hunter, Robert, china and glass warehouse, 

IS Union place 
Hunter, Robert, tailor, 64 Bristo street 
Hunter, Robert (Johnstone, H. §• Co.), 7 Box- 
burgh street 
Hunter, Robt. jun. builder, Nottingham pi. 

— house, 11 Calton hill 
Hunter, Robert, (G. P.-O.) 3 Carnegie street 
Hunter, Robert, 35 Kirkgate 
Hunter, Sam. sculptor, Bellevue, Broughton 
Hunter, Thomas M. teacher of music, 8 

Randolph place 
Hunter, Thomas, grocer, 36 Tolbooth wynd, 
Hunter, Thomas, 9 Brunswick st. Hillside 
Hunter, W. carver and gilder, and looking- 
glass manufacturer, 4 Merchant street 
Hunter, Walter, 7 Salisbury street 
Hunter, W. bookbinder, 104 High st.— ho. 10 

Salisbury street. — See Adv. 
Hunter, William, 3 Wallace place 
Hunter, William, wright, 2 Hamilton place 
Hunter, Wm. upholsterer, cabinetmaker, and 
furniture dealer, 164 and 168 Cowgate — 
house, 21 Horse wynd 
Hunter, Mrs, spirit dealer, Canonmills 
Hunter, Mrs E. sick nurse, 22 Elm row 
Hunter, Mrs, 7 St Vincent street 
Hunter, Mrs, lodgings, 5 Grange place 
Hunter, Mrs, of Hafton, 6 Atholl crescent 
Hunter, Mrs, 11 Rankeillor street 
Hunter, Miss A. 7 Minto street 
Hunter, Miss Agnes, teacher of music, 4 
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Hunter, Miss A. lodgings, 116 Princes street 

Hunter, Miss A. 4 Buecleuch street 

Hunter, Miss Jessie, dressmaker, 64 Bristo st. 

Hunter, Miss Marion G. provision merchant, 
1 Admiralty street 

Hunter, Miss M. teacher of music, 4 Bue- 
cleuch street 

Hunter, Miss, 26 Rankeillor street 

Hunter, Miss, 5 Great Stuart street 

Hunter, Misses,dress & cloak m akers, 1 3 Hope st. 

Hurst, Win. engineer, St Ann's mount, Spring 
gardens, Abbeyhill 

Husband, Wm., M.D., F.R.C.S.E., 28 Cla- 
rence street 

Hutcheon, James, turner, 15 Leith wynd 

Hutchins, Chas. surgeon -dentist, 26 Charlotte 
square 

Hutchinson Brothers, merchants, Railway 
buildings, Citadel 

Hutchinson and Rogers, timber merchants, 
Smith's place, Leith walk 

HutchinsoD, Jn. firewood factory, and wood 
and coal mercht. 17 Cassells' pi. — house, 11 
King's place 

Hutchinson, Thos. (H. Brothers), 4 St James' 
place, Leith 

Hutchison & Co. merchants, 1 1 Bernard street 

Hutchison , W. & T. coach builders, Lothian rd. 
& Castle ter. — ho. Spylaw house, Colinton 

Hutchison, Alex, solicitor, 18 London street 

Hutchison, Alex, successor to W. Finnie, brush 
and portmanteau manufacturer, 46 Frede- 
rick street — house, 34 Castle street 

Hutchison, Alexander, commercial traveller, 
8 Albany street, Leith 

Hutchison, And. Alex, advocate — chambers, 
18 London street 

Hutchison, Andw. sugar agent, 15 Rose st. 

Hutchison, A. (R. Hunter Sf Son), 147 
Kirkgate 

Hutchison, David, spirit-dlr. 2 Little King st. 

Hutchison, Hen. spirit merchant,41 Home st. 

Hutchison, James, 31 "Wright's houses 

Hutchison, John, sculptor, 97 George street 

Hutchison, Peter, victual dealer and grocer, 
12 East Richmond street 

Hutchison, Peter, grocer and spirit dealer, 1 
Hamburg place 

Hutchison, Rob. bootmaker, 5 St Patrick sq. 

Hutchison, Rt. (H. # Co.) 12 Bernard st. Leith 
Hutchison, Robert, builder, 6 S. St James' st. 
Hutchison, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 2 N. Newing- 

ton place 
Hutchison, Mrs Colonel, 45 Heriot row 
Hutchison, Mrs, 31 North Nelson street 
Hutchison, Mrs, sick nurse, 15 Jamaica street 
Hutchison, Mrs Livingston, 24 Gayfield sq. 
Hutchison, Miss Mary, dressmkr. 28 Dean st. 
Hutchison, Miss, 2 Windsor street 
Hutton, J., & Co. wood merchants, 33 St 

Leonard street 
Hutton and Ross, London, Manchester, and 
Glasgow warehouse, 124 High st. 



Hutton & Ross, hosiers and shirt makers, 179 

High street 
Hutton, Arch, pawnbroker, 10 High street — 

house, 4 Roxburgh street 
Hutton, Jas. die & stamp cutter, 39 South br. 
Hutton, James, teacher, 1 Nicolson square 
Hutton, Jas. grocer, 3 Maitland st. Newhaven 
Hutton, John, inspector of works, Taaphall, 

Ferry road 
Hutton, John, 4 Poplar lane, Leith 
Hutton, John (H. # Ross), 8 Graham street 
Hutton, Robt. spirit dealer, 24 Potterrow 
Hutton, Robert D. dancing academy, 56 

Nicolson street 
Hutton, William, writer, 20 Nelson street 
Hutton, Mrs M. Berlin wool establishment, 

27 Duke street 
Hutton, Mrs, midwife, 12 High School yards 
Hyndman, A. lodgings, 8 St Patrick street 

Imlach, Fran. Brodie,F.R.C.S.E. dentistand 

surgeon, 48 Queen street 
Imlach, George, 47 Ann street 
Imlach, Mrs Agnes, 48 Queen street 
Imperial Fire and Life Insurance Co. of Lon- 
don, 15 Warriston cres. — Wm. F. Gibson, 

of the British Linen Co., agent. — See Adv. 
Imperial Fire and Life Insurance Office, 

Murray & Logan, agents, 141 George street 
Imrie, Henry, pastry cook, 65 South bridge — 

house, 15 South College street 
Imrie, Robert B. 3 Duncan street 
Inch, David, flesher, 3 Howard street— house, 

4 Howard place 
Inch, J. flesher, 53 London street — house, 2 

Barony street 
Inch, Mrs, I Howard place 
Inderwick, Miss, 22 Rose street 
Indigent Gentlewomen's Fund Office, 5 

Castle terrace — John K. Fullarton, sec. 
Industry, House of, 19 St John street 
Industrial School,(Original Ragged), Ramsay 

lane 
Industrial School (United), South Gray's 

close, 56 High street 
Infirmary, Royal, Infirmary street 
Ingle, Mrs Mary, 15 Buecleuch place 
Inglis & Leslie, W.S. 16 Queen street 
Inglis, John, & Co. grocers and spirit dealers, 

207 Cowgate 
Inglis, Alexander, City tavern, 4 Veal market 
Inglis, Archibald, M.D. and F.R.C.S. 33 

Albany street 
Inglis, David, recorder, 163 Canongate — ho. 

12 Reid's court 
Inglis, David, Broughton cottage 
Inglis, David, 10 Wright's houses 
Inglis, H. Maxwell, W.S. 8 N. St David street 

— house, 4 Coates crescent 
Inglis, Henry (/. $• Leslie), 29 St Andrew sq. 
Inglis, Henry, 2 Spence's place 
Inglis, Hugh, Canonmills 
Inglis, John, hat & cap wareh., 41 Leith st. 



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Inglis, J. H. 31 Buccleuch place 
Inglis, John, The Right Hon., Lord- Justice- 
Clerk, 30 Abercromby place 
Inglis, John, M.D. H.E.I. C.S. 10 Walker st. 
Inglis, John, tailor, 46 Nicolson street 
Inglis, John, gardener, E. Powderhall 
Inglis, John, tea dealer, Leven lodge 
Inglis, John, 12 Clarence street 
Inglis, Peter, farmer, East Pilton, Ferry road 
Inglis, Rob. ( Gall # Inglis), 1 1 Minto street 
Inglis, R. boot and shoemaker, 1 Circus lane 
Inglis, R. D. provision merchant, 209 Cowgate 
Inglis, Ts. depute commissary-clerk, Parlia- 
ment square — house, Merchiston mount 
Inglis, Thos. victualler, 38 Lothian street 
Inglis, Thos. M.D., H.E.I.C.S., F.R.C.S. 5 

Royal terrace 
Inglis, Thos. provision mercht. 173 Pleasance 
Inglis, William T. 8 Dean street 
Inglis, W. & C. booksellers, stationers, and 
circulating librarians, 46 Hanover street — 
house, 1 1 Minto street 
Inglis, William, coachbuilder and harness- 
maker, 40 Pleasance and 69 Adam square 
Inglis, William, jun. postmaster, 40 Pleasance, 

and Forrest road 
Inglis, Wm. & J. shoemaks. 16 Queensferry st. 
Inglis, William, spirit & victual dealer, 41 St 

Leonard street 
Inglis, Wm. jun. grain broker and factor, 122 

Constitution street 
Inglis, Mrs Dr, 4 Coates crescent 
Inglis, Mrs E. lodgings, 71 Cumberland st. 
Inglis, Mrs J. spirit dealer,8 Spence's pi. Leith 
Inglis, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 40 N. Richmond st. 
Inglis, Isabella, dressmaker, 15 Richmond pi. 
Inglis, Miss, 64 Broughton street 
Inglis, Miss, 3 Mansion house road 
Ingram, Mrs, dressmaker, 6 Dean^ street 
Inkster, John, manager of the Leith, Hull, & 
Hamburgh Steam Packet Co. 34 Bernard st. 
Inland Revenue Office for Scotland, 10 

Waterloo place 
Inland Revenue ( Tax Office), 6 Waterloo pi. 
Inland Revenue Office, Customhouse, Leith 
Innes & Grieve, oilmen, grocers, and wine 

merchants, 11 St Andrew square 
Innes, A. umbrella maker, 35 Nicolson st. 
Innes, A. Taylor (Stoddart § /.), 5 Dundas st. 
Innes, Charles, plasterer, 46 Thistle street 
Innes, Cosmo, advocate, principal clerk of 

session, 15 Inverleith row 
Innes, Sir David, 14 Brandon street 
Innes, John B. {Mackenzie, I. and Logan), 

37 Heriot row 
Innes, John, insurance, &c. manager, 46 North 

Hanover street — house, 66 Gt. King st. 
Innes, John, spirit dealer, 16 Catharine street 
Innes, John, gardener, Seafield, Leith 
Innes, Peter, 63 Frederick st. 
Innes, Robert, shipbuilder, 8 Bridge street — 

house, 1 Prince Regent street 
Innes, Robt. portrait painter, 66 Gt. King st. 



Innes, R. (/. # Grieve), 43 E. Claremont st. 
Innes, Wm. ( Union Bank of Scotland), 8 Great 

Stuart street 
Innes, William, stationer, 74 Nicolson street 
Innes, Mrs Thomas, 6 Danube street 
Innes, Mrs William, 14 Pitt street 
Innes, Miss Isabella, Berlin wool and fancy 

repository, ] 3 Dundas street 
Inskip, Wm. warehouseman, 26 George st. 
Institution, Deaf & Dumb, Henderson row 
Institution for Drawing and Painting, 54 

Frederick street — George Simson, R.S. A. 
Institution, John Watson'e, Dean — John 

Hamilton, W.S. treasurer 
Insurance Agency offices for Fire, Life, 
Annuity, Endowment, Cattle, and Plate 
Glass, 46 North Hanover street — John 
Innes, manager. — See Adv. 
Insurance Company of Scotland, 95 George 
st. — D. Maclagan, C. A. manager. — See Adv. 
Insurance Companies. — See Insurance Direc- 
tory, also Advertisements. 
International Life Assurance Society (late 
National Loan Fund Life Society), 8 S. 
Charlotte street — Alex. Jamieson, agent 
Inverkeithing Packet Office, Law, Scott, & 

Co. 2 Dock gates 
Iona Society, T. G. Stevenson, 22 Frederick 

street, agent 
Ireland, George, builder, house carpenter, and 
agricultural implementmanufacturer, North 
back of Canongate — house, 43 New street 
Ireland, Thomas, mercantile acct. and agent 
for the Kent Mutual Life 8f Fire Assurance 
Society, 4 Hunter sq. — house, 71 Clerk st. 
Ireland, Thos. jun. 71 Clerk st. 
Ireland, Wm. contractor for mason and house 

work in general, 18 Elder street 
Ireland, Mrs, 21 Charles street 
Ireland, Miss, 14 Gayfield square 
Ireland, Miss, 22 St Patrick square 
Irish Evangelical Society, Edin. Auxiliary 

— W. F. Watson, treas. 52 Princes street 
Irons, David, tailor, John 
Ironside, Edmond, carver, 134 High street 
Irvine, Thos. & Co. auctioneers and appraisers, 

10 Victoria street 
Irvine, Alex. F. advocate, 134 George street 
Irvine, David, 3 Darling buildings 
Irvine, Duncan (National Bank), 15 Hart st. 
Irvine, Francis W., M.D. 15 India street 
Irvine, Geo. flesher, 13 Queensferry st. 
Irvine, Jas. die and stamp-cutter, 13 West Re- 
gister street — ho, 32 St Andrew square 
Irvine, James, builder, 12 Cannon St., Leith 
Irvine, John, 23 Cheyne street 
Irvine, John, stationer, &c, 31 Blair st. 
Irvine, Robert, accountant, 17 George street 
Irvine, Robert, 3 Ratcliffe terrace 
Irvine, Mrs Alex. 6 Walker street 
Irvine, Mrs Captain, 22 Blacket place 
Irvine, Mrs Thomas, 392 Castle bill 
Irvine, Mrs, lodgings, 18 Moray place 



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Irvine, Miss, 23 Northumberland street 

Irvine, Miss E. 1 Grove place 

Irving Brothers, portmanteau, trunk, and 

brush manufacturers, 80 Princes street 
Irving, David, LL.D. 6 Meadow place 
Irving, James, 1 Alva street 
Irving, James, 13 Charles street 
Irving, Wm., agent, 27 Frederick st. — house, 

1 Claremont pi. 
Isbister, Thos. brush, trunk, and portmanteau 
maker, 2 Rutland place — ho. 5 Hope street 
Isbister, William (A. S. §■ Co.) publishers, 

Summerhall 
Isbister, Miss, dressmaker, 68 Clerk street 
Isles, Andrew, currier and leather merchant, 
9 and 11 Blair street — ho. 3 Gayfield place 
Isles, Mrs, 5 York place 
Ivory, Lord, 9 Ainslie place 
Ivory, Thomas, advocate, 9 Ainslie place 
Ivory, William, advocate, 12 Albany street 
Ivory, Wm. (Maclachlan §• i.), St Roque, 

Grange loan 
Ivory, Miss, Rosefield cottage, Grange loan 
Izatt, James, spirit dealer, 40 Giles street 

Jaap, Jas. teacher of music, 3 South St An- 
drew street 
Jaap's Temp, hotel, 3 South St Andrew st. 
Jack, Andrew, printer, 1 3 Clyde street 
Jack, Chas. gardener, 133 Causeyside 
Jack, James, agent, 9 Davie street 
Jack, John, writer, 1 Blenheim place 
Jack, John, jeweller, 9 Davie street 
Jack, John, slater, 5 North Bank street 
Jack, John, spirit dealer, 1 Norton place 
Jack, M. grocer, Hillhousefield 
Jack, S. boot and shoemaker, 1 Barony st. 
Jack, Thomas C. bookseller, stationer, pub- 
lisher, circulating library, 92 Princes st. — 
ho. 1 West Claremont street 
Jack, Wm. boatbuilder, North Junction st. 
Jack, Mrs Andw. 2 S.-West Circus place 
Jack, Mrs, housekeeper, Royal Edinburgh 

Asylum 
Jack, Mrs, 13 Pitt street 
Jack, Mrs, midwife, 35 Duke street, Leith 
Jack, Miss Agnes, 81 Great King street 
Jack, Misses, dressmakers, 7 Union street 
Jackes, Rodon, 22 India street 
Jackson, Alex., F.R.C.P.E. 24 India st. 
Jackson, Edw. James, 6 Coates crescent 
Jackson, James, 23 Dundas street 
Jackson, J. W. phrenologist and medical mes- 
merist, 37 North Castle street See Adv. 

Jackson, Robert Edmund Scoresby, M.D., 18 

Queen st. 
Jackson, Thos. & Son, plumber and gasfitter, 

N. Pitt st.— ho. 37 Howe st. 
Jackson, Thomas, coal merchant, N. B. De- 
put — house, Rose lane, Abbeyhill. — See Adv. 
Jackson, Thomas, wheelwright, Lothian road 
Jackson, P. & T. wine and spirit merchants, 
1 Howard street 



Jackson, Walter, lodgings, 21 Dublin street 
Jackson, William, 84 Gt. King st. 
Jackson, Mrs, 4 Manor place 
Jackson, Mrs, ladies* nurse, 5 Home lane, 

Church street 
Jackson, Miss, Tanfield house 
Jackson, Miss J. milliner and dressmaker, 12 

South Richmond street 
Jacob, Frederick, bricklayer, and furnace 

builder, Granton pier brick and tile work 
Jacob, Moses, broker, 32 George IV. bridge. 
Jacobsohn & Normand, dyers and scourers, 9 

Elm row and 17 Leith wynd 
Jaffray, Mrs, lodgings, 7 Annandale st. 
Jaffray, Mrs J. 60 Frederick st. 
Jaffray, Mrs William, 29 Alva street 
Jaffray, Mrs, sen. 30 Alva street 
Jaffray, Miss, 4 Graham street 
James, Alexander, S.S.C. 16 Dublin street 
James, Alex, gardener, Wardie, Trinity 
James, J. & Son, bootmakers, 102 George st. 

— ho. 44 Castle street 
James, Wm. boot and shoemaker, 9 Keir st. 
James, Mrs, 40 Gr. King st. 
Jameson, Andw. advocate, 7 Churchill 
Jameson, John, fishmonger, GO Queen street 
— wholesale stall, 5 Old Fishmarket — ho* 
6 Great Stuart street 
Jameson, John, writer, 1 1 Queen street 
Jameson, R. fruiterer, 79 Queen st. — ho. 76 
Jameson, Mrs, 18 Nelson street 
Jameson, Mrs D. H. 22 India street 
Jameson, Miss, 21 Royal circus 
Jamie, R.obert, 60 Princes st. 
Jamieson, Robert, & Co. wholesale coffee and 

spice dealers, 7 & 8 Leith street terrace 
Jamieson, Alex. (C.A.) 8 South Charlotte st. 
Jamieson, Alex, cowfeeder, 4 St James' square 

and 78 Queen street 
Jamieson, Alex, turner, 71 Adam square 
Jamieson, Andrew, S.S.C. — office 66 Queen 

street, house, 7 Great Stuart st. 
Jamieson, Andrew, tailor, foot of Fleshmarket 

close, 199 High street 
Jamieson, George Auldjo, 16 Inverleith row 
Jamieson, George, steam-boat owner, 2 Shore, 

Leith 
Jamieson, Gilbert, and Son, wine and tea 

merchants, 66 Grassmarket 
Jamieson, Hen. {Brown 8p J.) 29 Alva st. 
Jamieson, Hen. ivory turner, 29 Richmond pi, 
Jamieson, James Thomson, Leeds & York- 
shire Insurance Co.'s agent, 23 Raeburn ph 
Jamieson, James, M.D., 16 Inverleith row 
Jamieson, Jas. photographer, 42 Lothian road 
Jamieson, John, clothier, 27 St. Mary's wynd 

— See Adv. 
Jamieson, John, engraver on wood, stereo- 
typer, and printers' furnisher, 25 North br. 
Jamieson, P. wine and spirit merchant, 6 

Nicolson square 
Jamieson, Robert, fruiterer and florist, 1-B 
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Jamieson, W. M. haberdasher, 60 & 62 High st. 
Jamieson, Mrs Isabella, ladies' nurse, 25 

Arthur street. 
JamiesoD, Mrs R. 136 Causeyside 

Jamieson, Mrs William, 3-1 Howe street 

Jardine, Stodart, & Fraser, W.S. 31 Princes st. 

Jardine, Robt. pro. merctit. 3 Drummond st. 

Jardine, W. A. surveyor, and engineer to the 
Edinburgh Paving Eoard, 279 High st. — 
house, 19 Queen street 

Jardine, Miss, 14 Inverleith row 

Jastrau, Wm. & Co. agents and merchants, 
14 Commercial place, Leith 

Jeandin, Francis, wholesale basket warehouse, 
3 Hay street — house, 26 llankeillor street 

Jeffery, John J. grocer and wine merchant 
Newhaven 

Jeffrey, David, 9 Randolph crescent 

Jeffrey, John, & Co. brewers, 73 Grassmarket 

Jeffrey, John (J. J. and Co.), 47 Melville st. 

Jeffrey, J. & E. cabinetmakers, 26 Hill street 

Jeffrey, Robt. engraver and printer, 1 16 llosest. 

Jeffrey, W. general draper, 43 Tolbooth wynd, 
Leith, and 57 North br — house, 10 Wel- 
lington place 

Jeffrey, Mrs, 17 Clarence street 

Jeffrey, Mrs, 10 Buccleuch place 

Jeffreys, Capt. Geo. 13., R.N. inspecting com- 
mander, Coast Guard, 25 S. Frederick street 

Jenkins, Mrs, 4 Danube street 

Jenkinson, Wm. and Jas. wine and spirit 
merchts. 77, 78, and 79 St Andrew st. Leith 

Jenkinson, John, cowfeeder, 3 Dean street 

JenkinsoD, Wm. ( W. and J. J.), 53 Consti- 
tution street 

Jervis, Mrs, corset warehouse, 91 Princes st. 

Jerviswoode, Lord, 14 Randolph crescent 

Jessiman, Wm. tea, coffee, wine, and spirit 
merch., 66, 67 Shore 

Jobson, Mrs, spirit dealer, S7 Kirkgate 

Jockel, Conrad, flesher and ham-curer, 60 
Queen street — ho. 55 

Jockel, Christian, Berlin and Frankfort ware- 
house, 118 George street, West-end bazaar 

Joel, Moses, 18 Drummond street 

John, Thomas, 27 Albany street 

Johns, T. & Co. clothiers, 60 Princes street 

Johnson, Joseph (Scot. Wid. Fund), 39 Dub- 
lin street 

Johnson, Wm. waiter — tables and forms 
for hire — 12 India place 

Johnston's Family & Commercial Temperance 
Hotel, Waterloo place 

Johnston, A. and J. victuallers, 91 Canongate 

Johnston & Thom, coal merchants, 11 Port- 
Hamilton — house, 25 Archibald place 

Johnston, William, & Co. engravers, printers, 
lithographers, and law stationers, 1 Hill sq. 

Johnston, W. & A. K. geographers, engravers, 
and printers to the Queen, publishers, litho- 
graphers, and stationers, 4 St Andrew sq. 

Johnston, Adam, currier & leather merchant, 
66 St Mary's wynd — ho. 8 Annandale st. 



Johnston, Adam, 30 Upper Gray street 
Johnston, A. cabinetmaker and undertaker, 

9 Charles street, and 6 Park place 
Johnston, Alex, builder, 5 Comely Green pi. 
Johnston, Alex, flesher, 3 Queensferry street 
Johnston, Alex, baker and victual dealer, 14 

Calton street — ho. 13 Calton hill 
Johnston, Alex. Keith, geographer to the 

Queen, March Hall, Prestonfield 
Johnston, A. (T/ios. J. §• Son), 69 Rose street 
Johnston, Charles (A r . B. Rail. Co.'s o{fice) i 

— house, 1 Canal street 
Johnston, Charles, tea dealer, 8 Henry street 
Johnston, Daniel,cabinetmaker& wood mercht. 

S. back of Canongate- -ho. 10 E. Adam st. 
Johnston, David, tanner and currier, 70 St 

Mary's wynd 
Johnston, Rev. George, D.D., F.S.A. 6 Minto 

street 
Johnston, Major George, 10 Pilrig street 
Johnston, Geo., teacher of dancing, 1 1 Brown 

street 
Johnston, Geo. jun. teacher of dancing and 

music, 22 Elder street 
Johnston's Edinburgh Temperance hotel and 

reading-room, 5 Nicolson street — George- 

H. Denham, proprietor 
Johnston, Henry, 3 Hermitage hill, Leith 
Johnston, Henry James, 69 York place 
Johnston, Hugh, 12 Bellevue crescent 
Johnston, Lieutenant J. C., R.N., agent for 

Transports, 2 Portland terrace — house, 5- 

Inverleith row 
Johnston, J. S., S.S.C. 28 Pitt street 
Johnston, James, writer, 14 Henderson row 
Johnston, James, currier, 68 St Mary's wynd 
Johnston, James, M.D. surgeon, a4 Queen st. 
Johnston, Jas. belt and game-bag maker, 501 

Lawnmarket 
Johnston, James, late officer of Fishery, 7 

Eastfield, Leith 
Johnston, James, baker, 47 London street 
Johnston, J. flesher, Drumdryan 
Johnston, John, 1 Eastfield, Leith 
Johnston, John, 31 Buccleuch place 
Johnston, John, stabler, West Northumber- 
land street lane 
Johnston, John, surveyor, 28 Greenside st. 
Johnston, John K. teacher of mathematics, 46 

Queen street 
Johnston, John, guano and oil cake merchant, 

135 Constitution st. 
Johnston, John (Cat/ <Sf Johnston), 13 Gay- 
field square 
Johnston, Patrick, broker, 136 Cowgate 
Johnston, Lieut.- Col. P. 37 E. Claremont st. 
Johnston, Peter T. writer, 9 Crichton street 
Johnston, Peter, coal merchant, Echo bank 
Johnston, Robert, 1 Albany street, Leith 
Johnston, Robert, W.S. 8 Broughton place 
Johnston, Robt. painter, 5 Charlotte st. Leith 
Johnston, Robert, Merchiston cottage, Burgh- 

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Johnston, Robt. chaplain to city workhouse, 

17 St James' square 
Johnston, Robt. victual dealer, 49 Hanover st. 
Johnston, Robert, builder and contractor, 91 
and 92 Fountainbridge — ho. 11 Gardner's 
crescent 
Johnston, Robert, 5 Summerbank 
Johnston, Robert, accountant, 46 Queen street 
Johnston, T. and Sons, wrights, 69 Rose st. 
Johnston, Thos. (T. J. <y Son) cabinetmaker, 

34 Castle st. 
Johnston, Thomas, ironmonger, 44 Tolbooth 

wynd, Leith 
Johnston, T. B. ( W. § A. K. J.), 17 Gay- 
field square 
Johnston, Thos. furniture dealer, 40 Blair st 
Johnston, Thomas, jeweller, 34 North bridge 
Johnston, Thos. printer, 11 West Adam street 
Johnston, William, printer, 11 W. Adam st. 
Johnston, Rev. William, 4 Gilmour place 
Johnston, Wm. B. artist, 14 Henderson row 
Johnston, Wm. poulterer, 17 High market 
Johnston, W. victualler, 19 Howe st. — ho. 5 
Johnston, William, baker, 123 Rose street 
Johnston, William, agent, 3 Davie street 
Johnston, William, commercial traveller, 33 

Parkside street 
Johnston, William, agent, 4 N. St David st. 
Johnston, W. (N. B. A. Office) 24 Heriot pi. 
Johnston, Mrs C. J. Hope, 6 Great Stuart st. 
Johnston, Mrs Dr, 8 Pilrig street 
Johnston, Mrs G. 55 Earl Grey street 
Johnston, Mrs W. 39 Albany Street, Leith 
Johnston, Mrs, provision mert. 51 Clerk street 
Johnston, Mrs, of Sands, 18 Royal terrace 
Johnston, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 31 Brunswick st. 
Johnston, Mrs, victual dlr. 74 Broughton st. 
Johnston, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 19 Jamaica street 
Johnston, Mrs, French stay-mkr. 16 George st. 
Johnston, Mrs, 27 Elder street * 

Johnston, Miss A. 31 East Claremont street 
Johnston, Miss Margt. dressmaker, 7 Hay st. 
Johnston, Miss Margaret, lodgings, 66 North 

Frederick street 
Johnston, Miss, straw-hat maker, 7 Hay st. 
Johnston, Miss, 37 Queen street 
Johnstone, Hunter, & Co. publishers, 2 Mel- 
bourne place 
Johnstone, David, 1 Leven street 
Johnstone, Fred, tavern-keeper, 7 Abbey 
Johnstone, G. private teacher, 33 Richmond pi. 
Johnstone, John (J., Hunter, 4" Co.), 13 St 

John street 
Johnstone, John, 2 Union place, Trinity 
Johnstone, John, engraver, printer, & litho- 
grapher, 7 Park street 
Johnstone, Robt. {Matheson 4" Son), 2 Salis- 
bury street 
Johnstone, Robert, 82 George street 
Johnstone, W., N. B. Insurance Co. 22 Gay- 
field square 
Johnstone, William James Hope, Vice-admiral, 
24 Albany street 



Johnstone, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 5 James' place 
Johnstone, Mrs, 50 Melville street 
Johnstone, Miss, 3 Howard place 
Johnstone, Miss, private day school, 11 Leo- 
pold place 
Johnstone, Miss Agnes, 8 Annandale street 
Johnstone, Miss Margaret, shoe warehouse, 

311 High street 
Johnstone, Miss, 140 Princes street 
Johnstone, Misses, 3 W. Newington place 
Joint Stock Company's Registration Office — 

Exchequer, John Henderson, registrar 
Jollie, Strong, & Henry, W.S., Sun Fire and 
Life Insurance Office, chambers, 40 Princes 
street 
Jollie, Walter, W.S. 59 Melville street 
Jolly, John, tailor, 27 Blair street 
Jolly, Robt. of Stevenston, 21 Windsor st. 
Jones, Alex, shipmaster, 36 Albany st. Leith 
Jones, Francis (G.P.- O.), 78 Lauriston pi. 
Jones, R. M. com. agent, 15 Bernard street 
Jones, Rev. T. Henshaw, 13 Shandwick place 
Jones, T. W. 16 Comely bank 
Jones, Thos. agent of Bank of Scotland, 17 

Charlotte street, Leith 
Jones, Mrs, 27 Nelson street 
Jopp and Johnston, W.S. 30 Albany street 
Jopp, Charles, civil engineer, 118 George st. 

— house, 3 Royal terrace 
Jopp, John N. spirit dealer, 161 High 
Jopp, Mrs, 30 Albany street 
Jordan, Mrs John, 45 Tolbooth wynd, Leith 
Joseph, Rev. H. S., episcopal minister, 73 

Montagu street 
Junkison, Wm. flesher, 91 Kirkgate 
Jupp, A. copper-plate printer, 1 Riddle's cl. 

Leith 
Jupp, C. Henry, ( Customs), 8 Commerce pi. 
Jupp, H. copper-plate printer, 52 Kirkgate 
Junner, J. M., S.S.C., 6 N. St David street- 
house, Bonnington brae 
Junor, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 16 Jamaica street 
Juridical Society, 40 Charlotte square 
Justice of Peace Office, 10 City, Royal Exch. 
Justice of Peace Office, County hall 
Justiciary Office, Register house 

Kain, James, undertaker, 3 Charles street 

Karley, Capt. A., R.N., 4 Clarendon cresct. 

Kauffmann, Hermann, & Co. commission 
merchants, 48 Constitution street 

Kay, Alex, plumber & gasfitter, 144 Princes 
street — house, ditto 

Kay, Archibald, dairy, 40 Coupar street 

Kay, Charles, crucible manufacturer, Green- 
side row — house 70 Abbey hill 

Kay, George, fruiterer, 147 Princes street 

Kay, H. R. ( T. Kay §• Son), 37 William st. 

Kay, Jas. basket manufacturer, 65 Tolbooth 
wynd and 18 Queen street, Leith 

Kay, Jas. & Son, upholsterers & undertakers, 
89 George street — ho. 7 Great Stuart street 

Kay, John, teacher, 98 Constitution street 



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Kay, John, wine & spirit merchant, 39 Jamaica 

street — house, 72 Northumberland street 
Kay, John, basketmaker, Market stairs, 27 

North bridge 
Kay, John, coal merchant, Port-Hopetoun — 

house, 151 Fountainbridge 
Kay, Peter {Oliver and Boyd), 3 Antigua st. 
Kay, Robert, Union hotel, 4 Lothian road 
Kay, Thos. (Jas. K. §■ Son), 7 Great Stuart 

street 
Kay, Thos. & Son, plumbers and gasfitters, 18 

Charlotte place — house, 9 William street 
Kay, Thos. missionary, Taap hall, Ferry id. 
Kay, Wm. ship-chandler and painter, 6 & 8 

Commercial pi house, Mayfield 

Kay, William, stationer, 5 Bank street 

Kay, Mrs Dr, 30 Clarence street 

Kay, Mrs Elizabeth, 20 Drumraond place 

Kay, Mrs Thos. 16 Clarence street 

Keddie & Knox, cabinetmkrs. and upholstrs. 

17 Church street 
Keddie, David, cabinetmaker, 15 Gardner's 

crescent 
Keddie, John, bootmaker, 25 Hanover street 
Keddie, Nicholas, spirit merchant, 202 Rose 

street 
Keddie, Thos. cabinetmaker and appraiser, 7 

and 1 4 Melville place — house, 9 
Kedslie, Alex. 1 Leslie place 
Kedslie, A. F. commis. mercht. 19 Charlotte 

street (agent for Atlas Assurance Co. Lon- 
don) — house, 6 Summerfield 
Kedslie, Geo. Hebrou bank, Canaan lane 
Kedslie, John F. 6 Summerfield 
Kedzlie, Robert, draper, 50 South Clerk st. 
Kellet, Peter, saddler, 44 Grassmarket 
Keedy, William,' 4 Craigside place 
Keegan & Wallace, solicitors, 5 North St 

David street 
Keegan, John (K. and W.), 5 N. St David st. 
Keegan, T. wine merchant, 1 North St David 

street 
Keighley, Matt. 2 Upper Gray street 
Keiller, Alexander, F.R.C.P.E. 21 Queen st. 
Keir, Robert, warehouseman, 9 Fife place 
Keir, Misses, 12 Buccleuch place 
Keith, Alex. 1 Malta Green place 
Keith, Geo. S., M.D.,F.R.C.P. 57 Northum- 
berland street 
Keith, Geo. boiler-maker, 15 Cannon st. Leith 
Keith, Jas., M.D., F.R.C.S.E. 10 Wemyss pi. 
Keith, John, 16 Picardy place 
Keith, Thomas, grocer, 152 Fountainbridge 
Keith, Thos. M.D., F.R.C.S.E. 2 N. Char- 
lotte street 
Kell, Mrs, 145 Princes street 
Kelland, Professor, 20 Clarendon crescent 
Kellock, Alex, innkeeper, 20 S. B. Canongate 
Kelly, And. pocket-book maker, 28 Green- 
side street 
Kelly, John, & Sons, smiths and ironmongers, 
5 North Bank st. — workshop, 156 Rose st. 
Kelly, John (J. K. and Sons), 6 Castle st. 



Kelly, Mrs, midwife & ladies' nurse, 23 Howe 

street 
Kelt, Mrs, china merchant, 17 Horse wynd 
Kemp & Co. chemicalandphilosophicalinstru- 

ment makers, 12 & 13 Infirmary street 
Kemp, Daniel, house governor Poor House, 

Forrest road 
Kemp, F. (B.L.C.B.) 56 Cumberland street 
Kemp, George, clerk, 17 Cannon street, Leith 
Kemp, George, coach wright, 4 Little King st. 
Kemp, J. & R.coal merchts. 14 Port-Hamilton 

— house, 5 Morrison street 
Kemp, James, coal merchant, 5 Morrison st. 
Kemp, James, 81 Nicolson street 
Kemp, John, engineer, 48 Junction st. 
Kemp, John, chimney-sweeper, 6 Rose street 
Kemp, Robert, (late Kirkivood and K.) plumber 

and gas-fitter, W. Thistle st. lane — house, 

24 Howe st. 
Kemp, Robert, 7 Calton hill 
Kemp, Wm. confectioner, 37 Nicolson st. 
Kemp, William, victual dealer, 42 Earl Grey 

street 
Kemp, Mrs Robert, Union pi. Trinity 
Kemp, Mrs Dr Thomas Lindley, William- 
field, Bonnington 
Kemp, Mrs, 44 Cumberland street 
Kempster, T. sheriff officer, 595 Castle hill 
Kenmore, John, 22 Elm row 
Kenmore, William F. advocate, 35 London st. 
Kennedy, Angus, 26 Cumberland street 
Kennedy, Charles, corkcutter, 4 Infirmary st. 
Kennedy, Daniel, livestock agt. 10 Gardner's 

crescent 
Kennedy, Fred, hop and seed agent, 51 

Princes st. — house, 100 Lauiiston place 
Kennedy, Rev. George, 15 Buccleuch place 
Kennedy, Hugh, W.S. 14 Forth street 
Kennedy, John, W.S. 71 Great King street 
Kennedy, John, pawnbroker, 1 Milne sq. 
Kennedy, Robert, grocer and spirit dealer, 1 

St James' place 
Kennedy, Thomas, Wardie hotel, Granton 
Kennedy, Thomas, artist, 5 Grange place 
Kennedy, William, ship hotel, 7 East Register 

street 
Kennedy, William, W.S. 59 Northumberland 

street 
Kennedy, William, 26 Cumberland street 
Kennedy, W. P. bookseller, &c. 15 South St 

Andrew street — house, 7 London street 
Kennedy, Mrs Ann, King's Arms' Inn, New- 
haven 
Kennedy, Mrs, of Romanno, 71 York place 
Kennedy, Mrs, straw-hat maker, 3 Carnegie 

street 
Kennedy, Mrs, 40 Cumberland street 
Kennedy, Miss, Helen cottage, Church lane 
Kennedy, Misses, ladies' institution, 1 Park pi. 
Kennedy, Misses, milliners, 58 Causeyside 
Kennington& Jenner,silk mercers anddrapers, 
47 and 48 Princes st. and 2, 4, 6, 8, and 10 

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Kent, George Hillick, 24 Howe street 
Kenward, W. D. music-teacher, 1 St Vinct. st. 
Ken ward, W. music-teacher, 1 St Vincent st. 
Ker, Robert Darling, St Leonard's house 
Ker, Thomas, and Son, corn merchants, St 

Leonard's house 
Ker, Mrs, Nelson's monument, Calton hill 
Ker, Miss M. A. 18 Upper Gray street 
Ker, Miss, 9 Greenhill gardens 
Ker, Misses, 31 Saxe Coburg place 
Ker's Laboratory, 16 Leith street 
Kermack, John, W.S. 22 York place 
Kermack, W. R., W.S. 9 Hill st.— house, 22 

York place 
Kermack, Miss, 3 Lynedoch place 
Kerr & Co., china wareh. 34 Broughton st. 
Kerr, Alex, printer, 9 Brighton street 
Kerr, Alex, boot & shoemaker, 4 St Anthonypl. 
Kerr, Alex. 138 Nicolson street 
Kerr, Andrew, clerk {office of H. M. Works), 

Findhorn place 
Kerr, Andrew, shopkeeper, 2 Dock place 
Kerr, And. A. {Royal Bank), 4 Broughton pi. 
Kerr, Archibald, tailor, 17 West Register st. 
Kerr, Chas. M. winemer. 9 Bernard st. Leith 

— house, 1 1 Dean terrace, Edinburgh 
Kerr, C. J. accountant, 33 Dublin street 
Kerr, David, 21 Warriston crescent 
Kerr, David, stone carver, Lothian road 
Kerr, Geo. tea and coffee mercht. 48 Brough- 
ton street — house, 2 London street 
Kerr, G. house agt. 8 Hamilton pi. Stockbridge 
Kerr, Henry, merchant, 51 Princes street — 

house, 53 Albany street 
Kerr, H. N. J. 40 Inverleith row 
Kerr, Hugh, coach-hirer, 2 Hope street 
Kerr, James, provision merchant, 27 Bridge st. 
Kerr, James, grocer, S9 Nicolson street — 

house, 6 Hill square 
Kerr, James, Captain R.N. Hope cottage 
Kerr, Jas. tea & coffee merch. 21 Richmond pi. 
Kerr, Jas. bookseller & circulating library, 

32 Nicolson street 
Kerr, James, spirit dealer, 197 Canongate 
Kerr, James, milliner and children's dress- 
maker, 51 London street 
Kerr, James {Sasine Office), 4 Torphichen st. 
Kerr, John B. umbrella manuf. 47 Tolbooth 

wynd — house, 15 St Andrew street, Leith 
Kerr, John F. glazier, 23 E. Thistle street 
Kerr, John, 40 North Richmond street 
Kerr, Jonathan D. cupper to the Queen, 15 

Dublin street 
Kerr, Patrick R. 4 Upper Gray street 
Kerr, R. and Son, tailors and clothiers, 10 

Elder street 
Kerr, Robert {Com. Bank), 53 Albany street 
Kerr, Robert, victual dealer, 12 Jamaica st. 
Kerr, Robert, spirit merchant, 167 Canongate 
Kerr, Samuel Denholm, surgeon, 13 East 

Adam street 
Kerr, S. D. surgeon & druggist, 34 Lothian st. 
Kerr, Thomas, cowfeeder, 2 Riego street 



Kerr, Thomas, cutler and surgical instrument 

maker, 27 Potterrow 
Kerr, Thomas, and Son, tailors and clothiers, 

85 South bridge 
Kerr, Thomas {G.P.-O.), 18 Mid. Arthur pi. 
Kerr, Thomas, bootmaker and leather mer- 
chant, 7 St James' square 
Kerr, Thomas, bootmaker, 92 Kirkgate 
Kerr, Wm. wine & spirit merchant, 1 Princes 
street, 148 High street, and 19 Hanover 
street — house, Napier villa, Merchiston 
Kerr, W. steam boat & coach office, 1 Princes st. 
Kerr, William, builder, 175 Causeyside 
Kerr, Wm. cork-manufacturer, 93 Rose st. 
Kerr, Wm. teacher of vocal music, 3 Ronald- 
son's buildings, Leith walk 
Kerr, Mrs, 17 Norton place 
Kerr, Mrs, 19 Fettes row 
Kerr, Miss, 15 Scotland street 
Kerr, Miss Agnes, milliner, 31 Lothian street 
Kerr, Miss G. milliner, &c. 3 Downie place 
Kerr, Miss Margaret, 31 Morrison street 
Kerr, Miss, dressmaker, Baxter's close 
Kerr, Miss, 4 Upper Dean terrace 
Key, George, 1 1 Clarence street 
Kidd, Chas. tailor & clothier, 146 Princes st. 
Kidd, James, 121 Nicolson st. 
Kidd, James, janitor, New College 
Kidd, John, merchant, 75 Constitution st. — ■ 

house, 8 Cas3ells' place 
Kidd, Jn. baker and victual dealr. 21 Arthur st. 
Kidd, Peter, 3 Melbourne place 
Kidd, Thos. {G. P.-O.), 2 Glenorchy pi. 
Kidd, Miss, 5 Portland place 
Kidd, Miss, 23 Comely bank 
Kier, Thos. spirit mer. 8 St Andrew st. Leith 
Kieser, Jn. C. teacher of music, 14 Hope street 
Kilgour, James, assistant-keeper of register of 

deeds, &c. 8 Minto street 
Kilgour, Jas. classical teacher, 8 Downie pi. 
Kilgour, Joseph, wholesale and retail tea and 
coffee merchant, 74 Tolbooth wynd — ho. 2 
Regent street, Leith 
Kilgour, William, of Glaslie, 37 Ann street 
Kilgour, William, S.S.C. 7 Young street — 

house, 37 Ann street 
Kilgour, Mrs, lodgings, 3S Charlotte sq. 
Kilgour, Mrs Wm. 12 Union street 
Killen, James, china merchant, 30 Crosscausey 
Killingworth Colliery, 3 E. Register street 
Kilpatrick, Andrew, dairy, 1 Scotland etreet 
Kilpatrick, Mrs, vict. dealer, 173 West port 
Kincaid, Sir John, Inspector of the Prisons 
and Factories of Scot., United Service Club 
King, John H. 7 Fettes row 
King, Robert, gasfitter and bell-hanger, Q 

Simon square 
King, Thos. gardener, 5 Canon st. Canonmills 
King, Thomas, waggoner, 10 Shore, Leith 
King, Rev. Wm. 19 Clarence street 
King, Misses, milliners, &c. 35 Castle etreet 
Kinghorn, Alex, builder, Elizafield 
Kinghorn, William, builder, 5 Pitt st. Leitb 



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Kinghorn, Mrs Alex. 2 East Pitt street, Bon- 

nington 
Kinimont, Rev. A. D. 20 Grove street 
Kinlay, John, agent for Tranent colliery, 

North Bridge station — ho. 94. Pleasance — 

See Adv. 
Kinloch, Hon. Lord, 24 Great King st. 
Kinloch, George, of Kinloch, 32 Drummond pi. 
Kinloch, James, dairy, 88 Rose street 
Kinloch, Mrs, lodgings, 68 George St. 
Kinloch, Miss, teacher of pianof. and singing, 

72 Northumberland st. 
Kinloch, Miss, 12 Minto street 
Kiumont, William G. surveyor of taxes, C 

Waterloo place 
Kinnaird, Miss, 32 Rankeillor street 
Kinnaird, Miss Margaret, 6 Leopold place 
Kinnear, Alex. S. advocate, law chambers, SI 

Princes st. 
Kinnear, C. G. H. (P. Sf K.), architect, 49 

Northumberland street 
Kinnear, David, accountant, 21 Elder street 
Kinnear, Geo. T., W.S. (Hamilton $ A.) 35 

Queen street 
Kinnear, George Thos., W.S. , 28 Royal circus 
Kinnear, James, writer, 29 Cheyne st. 
Kinnear, John, spirit dealer, 1 Johnston place 
Kinnear, Mrs Thos. 3 Clarence street 
Kinniburgh, David, coal merchant, agent for 

Glasgow rock moulding sand, 16 Port-Hope- 

toun — house, 18 Downie pi. 
Kinnis, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 50 Cumberland st. 
Kinnoch, Andrew, Abbey hill foundry, 59 

Abbey hill — house, 61 
Kippen, A. M. spirit dealer, 46 Charlotte st. 

Leith — ho. 3 King's pi. 
Kippen, Dun. spirit mer. 25 Richmond place 
Kirby, Miss, assistant matron, John Watson's 

institution 
Kirk, Edmd. bank messenger, 8 Register pi. 
Kirk, George, 13 Cassells' place 
Kirk, James, grocer, 461 Lawnmarket 
Kirk, Rev. John, 17 Greenhill gardens 
Kirk, John, W.S. 12 Claremont crescent 
Kirk, John, Ship inn, Newbaven 
Kirk, Wm. spirit dealer, 12 Clerk street 
Kirk, Mrs, 54 Rankeillor st. 
Kirk, Mrs, 5 Roxburgh place 
Kirkaldy, Mrs, 22 Windsor street 
Kirkham, John, 8 Glover st. 
Kirkham, Mrs, 51 Broughton street 
Kirkhope, Alexander, grocer, 3 Scotland st. 
Kirkhope, John, grocer and wine mercht. 1 

So. Melville place — house, 3 Randolph pi. 
Kirkland, John, manager, 7 Spittal street 
Kirkland, John, manager Duke of Hamilton's 

collieries, 10 Port-Hamilton 
Kirkland, Mrs James, lodgings, 10 Preston st. 
Kirkland, Mrs, 1 Hope street, Leith walk 
KirklaDd, Mrs, 10 Clarence street 
Kirkpatrick, John, advocate, 12 Charlotte sq. " 
Kirkwood & Murray, wholesale hardware 

merchants, 78 South bridge 



Kirkwood, Alex, medallist, die and stamp 

cutter, 9 St James' sq. — ho. 20 Pitt street 
Kirkwood, Alex, flesher, 297 Canongate 
Kirkwood, Alex, wood merchant, .56 High st. 
Kirkwood, Charles, accountant, 3 Paterson's 

court, Old Broughton 
Kirk wood, Jas. working jeweller, 12 Thistle st. 
Kirkwood, James, boot and shoemaker, 74 

St Mary's wynd 
Kirkwood, J., Abbotsford park, Morningside 
Kiikwood, James, goldsmith, 10 Duncan street 
Kirkwood, Rev. James, 27 Claremont street 
Kirkwood, Robt. tailor, 8 Brunswick street 
Kirkwood, Mrs Captain James, 25 York pi. 
Kirkwood, Mrs John, 26 Royal crescent 
Kirkwood, Mrs, 30 Pitt street 
Kirkwood, Mrs, Fortbfield cottage 
Kirman, Wm. coach hirer, Church lane 
Kissock, Misses, 1 5 Drummond place 
Kitchen, James, 4 St Leonard's street 
Kitchen, John, plasterer, 11 Cowan's close 
Klausman, A. and D., clockmakers, 4 South 

College street 
Knapp, Mrs, 55 Inverleith row 
Knight, And. waggoner, 8 Bowling-green st. 
Knight, Douglas, spirit mercht. 12 Market st. 
Knight, D. engineer and smith, foot of Flesh- 
market close 
Knight, G. & Son, smiths and furnishing iron- 
mongers, 21 West Register street— ho. 24 
Calton hill 
Knight, James, confectioner, 21 Union place 
Knight, W.j grocer & spirit dlr. , SS Canongate 
Knight, Mrs R. lodgings, 101 Princes street 
Knight, Miss, 1 Montpelier 
Knox, George, 27 Montagu street 
Knox, James, glazier, 16 Catharine street 

— house, 4 East Broughton place 
Knox, James, accountant, 75 Princes street — 

house, Bathfield, Leith 
Knox Refreshment Rooms, 53 High street — 

William M'Beath 
Knox, Samuel, & Dickson, fringe and gimp 
manufacs., hosiers, glovers, and smaliware 
merchants, 13, 15, and 17 South Hanover 
street, and 40 and 42 Rose street 
Knox, Thomas {Knox, Samuel, <§• Dickson), 

Rosehall, Dalkeith road 
Knox, Wm.,M.D. and surgeon, 11 Hart street 
Kohler & Dudgeon, drapers, 205 Canongate 

— house, 1 St John street 
Kohler, E. harp-string maker, 21 North bridge 
Kiichler, Heinrich, professor of singing, 103 

George street 
Kydd, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 16 Bedford street 
Kyle, John, coal merchant, 3 St Leonard's 

depot — house, 32 Rankeillor street 
Kyle, Mrs Arch., 29 Whitfield pi., Leith walk 
Kyles, Andrew, tailor, 3 N. Richmond st. 
Kyles, James, 3 Kyle place, Madeira street 
Kyles, Wm. teacher of dancing, 3 N. Rich- 
mond street 
Kynoch, Mrs, 9 Torphichen street 



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Lackie, G. grocer and fruiterer, 1 7 Dundas st. 
La Cour & Watson, export agents, ship and 

insurance brokers, 18 Commercial place 
Ladies' Own Journal office, 8 Melbourne pi. 
Laidlaw, David, victualler and dairyman, 113 

Cowgate 
Laidlaw, George, grocer and spirit merchant, 

New lane, Newhaven 
Laidlaw, James, baker, 4 Kerr street 
Laidlaw, Rev. John, 27 Parkside street 
Laidlaw, R. & Son, Venetian blind manufs. 

bell-hangers, brassfounders, gas-meter ma- 
nufacturers, and gasfitters, Simon square 
Laidlaw, Walter, 5 Rankeillor street 
Laidlaw, Mrs, victual dealer, 23 Arthur st. 
Laidlaw, Mrs, 3 Newington terrace 
Laidlaw, Miss Helen, dressmaker, 2 Kerr st. 
Laidlaw, Miss, 3 Salisbury place 
Laing, A. tailor & clothier, 27 Sandport street 
Laing, Alex, messenger, Bank of Scotland 
Laing, Alex, cabinetmaker, Hyndford's close, 

50 High street 
Laing, Andrew J. royal insurance inspector, 

24 St Andrew sq. — house, 4 Rosebank 
Laing, Andrew, spirit merchant, 12 West 

Maitland street 
Laing, David, Signet library — house, James 

street, Portobello 
Laing, David, writer, 5 Randolph place 
Laing, Duncan, teacher, Leith mill road 
Laing, Geo. Venetian blind maker, undertaker, 

wright, and house agent, Palmer's buildings, 

West Nicolson street, and 70 Potterrow. — 

See Adv. 
Laing, George, working jeweller and watch 

maker, 50 Leith street 
Laing, George, wright, 1 1 Lothian road 
Laing, Henry, engraver and manufacturer of 

glass seals, 8 Elder street 
Laing, James, horse dealer, job and post 

master, and auctioneer, 9 Queensferry st. 
Laing, Jas. (B. of Scotland), 2 Fettes row. 
Laing, James, accountant, 19 St Andrew sq. 
Laing, James, grocer, tea, wine, and spirit 

mercht. 75 Kirkgate — ho. 1 Madeira place, 

Leith 
Laing, Rev. John, 26 Pitt street 
Laing, Rob. {Royal Bank), 27 Windsor street 
Laing, William, ship agent, 44 Bernard street, 

— house, 4 North Fort street 
Laing, William, stationer, 14 Heriot place 
Laing, Wm. milliner and laceman, 54 Tol- 

booth wynd, Leith — ho. 4 
Laing, Mrs Isabella, matron, Orphan hospital 
Laing, Mrs, 22 London street 
Laing, Mrs, 16 York place 
Laing, Mrs, 1 Alva street 
Laing, Miss H. boarding-school, Newhaven 
Laing, Miss, 20 Rankeillor street 
Laing, Misses, 9 Dewar place 
Laing, Misses, 25 Gayfield square 
Laird & Banks, salt manufacturers, 22 Con- 
stitution street 



Laird, A. (L. & B.), 1 1 Vanburgh place 
Laird, Robert B. {D. §■ L.), 9 Grove street 
Laird, Mrs, 16 Church street 
Laird, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 28 India place 
Lamb, Edm. clerk, Ho. of Refuge, Canong. 
Lamb, Francis, 13 N.-W. Circus place 
Lamb, James, glass-stainer, 48 London street 
Lamb, John, builder, Lothian road — house, 

2 Rosebank cottages 
Lamb, Peter (Customs), 2 Vanburgh pi. Leith 
Lamb, Richard, accountant, 21 Leith street 
Lamb, Robert (late wood merchant), 76 St 

Andrew street, Leith 
Lamb, Robert, tailor and clothier, 54 New 

buildings, North br. — ho. 5 Kerr street 
Lamb, Tho. confectioner, 19 Leith st. — ho. 21 
Lamb, Thomas, slater and glazier, 78 Clerk 

street — house, 5 St Patrick square 
Lamb, Mrs R. embosser and black borderer, 

11 Hanover street 
Lamb, Mrs, 26 Dundas street 
Lamb, Miss, dressmaker, 115 George street 
Lamb, Miss, matron, St Cuthbert's poorho. 
Lamb, Misses, furnished apartments, 121 

Princes street 
Lambe, A. J. 8 Coates crescent 
Lambert, William, accountant, 1 Danube st. 

— office, 72 Princes street. — See Adv. 
Lambie, Wm. teacher, 2 Ellen st. N. Leith 
Lambre, Nicolas, hotel keeper, 18 and 19 

Princes street 
Laraond, Jas., S.S.C. & N.P. 26 India street 
Lamond, John, tailor, 21 East Crosscausey 
Laraond, William, advocate, 46 Charlotte sq. 
Lamond, Mrs Capt. 3 Frederick street 
Lamond, Mrs, 1 5 Graham street 
Lamond, Miss Christian, 18 Gardner's cresc. 
L'Amy, Miss, 19 Manor place 
Lancashire Fire & Life Insurance Company, 
Macallum & Sidey, 65 Princes st. agents 
for Edinburgh 
Lancaster, Henry H. advocate, 22 Albany st. 
Landale, David, mining engineer, 6 Forth st. 
Landale, Robert, of Pitmedden, S.S.C. & 

N.P. 9 Drummond place 
Landale, T. and R., S.S.C. 18 Forth street 
Landale, Thomas, S.S.C 18 Forth street 
Laney, Scott, & Co., shipping & commission 

agents, 2 Dock gates 
Lane, Thos. school-slate maker, 37 Leith walk 
Lane, Mrs T., Taaphall, Ferry road 
Lang, Daniel, 11 Henry street 
Lang, Peter (Com. Bank), 24 Rankeillor st. 
Lang, Rob. L. writer, 10 Grove street 
Lang, Samuel, fishing-rod and tackle manu- 
facturer and bird stuffier, 5 Hanover st. — 
house, 91 Causeyside 
Lang, Thos. Bamford, controller, sorting office, 
G.P.-O.— ho. 22 Brighton pi. Portobello 
Lang, Mrs W. 8 Danube street 
Lang, Mrs, 6 Arniston place 
Lang, Miss, George street, Leith 
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Langford, Mrs, greengrocer, 24 Dean st. 
Langhorn, Mrs, 5 Rutland place 
Langlands, William, builder, Morningside 
Lapsley, Mrs, 24 South Castle street 
Largie, J. & Co., sailmakers, 8 Timber bush 
Largie, J. Edinburgh Ropery Co. Frithfield 

cottage 
Lascelles, Andrew, furniture dealer, 251 

Cowgate 
Latham, Joseph, clog manufacturer, 20 Giles' 

street, Leith 
Latimer, George B. watch and clock maker, 

108 High street 
Latimer, Mrs, 14 Castle street 
Latimer, Mrs, proprietor of M'Pherson's 

ointment, 108 High street 
Latta, James, C.A., 30-a India street — house, 

Blandfield house 
Latta, Robert, writer, 6 Nelson street 
Latta, Mrs Robert, Blandfield house 
Latta, Mrs T. A. 39 Minto street 
Laubach, Conrad, teacher of music, 22 

Broughton street 
Lauder, A., carpet manufacturer, draper, and 

furnishing warehouse, 59 Princes street, and 

Rose street lane — house, 17 Windsor street 

— See Adv. 
Lauder, Andrew, 26 Bread street 
Lauder, James Eckford, R.S.A. historical 

and portrait-painter, 24 Fettes row 
Lauder, James, 19 Lutton place 
Lauder, James, mason and chimney-sweep, 

Merrilees' close 
Lauder, John, victual dealer, 55 Canongate 
Lauder, R. S. historical painter, 7 Carlton st. 
Lauder, Thomas, water officer, 97 Kirkgate 
Lauder, Thomas, baker, 2 Elder street 
Lauder, William, dairy, 29 St Patrick sq. 
Lauder, Dowager Lady Dick, Greenhill house, 

Bruntsfield links 
Lauder, Mrs Catherine, lodgings, 1 Alva street 
Lauder, Mrs John, 7 Hill place 
Lauder, Mrs, 2 Darling's buildings 
Lauder, Mrs, 17 Windsor street 
Lauder, Miss M. lace cleaner, 13 Frederick 

street 
Laule, Fidely, German clock maker and Ger- 
man fancy bazaar, 5 North bridge 
Laurence & Black, surveyors, 48 Frederick st. 
Laurence, Mrs, 10 S. Gray street 
Laurie, Alex. & Co. printers to her Majesty, 

13 North Bank street 
Laurie & Sons, grocers, 5 East Sciennes st. 
Laurie, Son, and Co., American merchants, 

10 Quality street 
Laurie, Andrew, upholsterer, 3 Saunders 

street 
Laurie, David (E. Roprie and Co.), 4 South 

Junction street 
Laurie, Geo. dairy, 5 Quality street 
Laurie, James, conjunct town-clerk, 10 Royal 

Exchange — house, 43 Ann street 
Laurie, James, dairy, 12 Saunders street 



Laurie, Robert (T. B. Campbell d; Co.), 118 

Constitution street 
Laurie, Thomas, writer and accountant, 6 

Clarence street 
Laurie, Wm. Alex., W.S. Keeper of H. M. 

Gazette, 13 North Bank street 
Laurie, Wm. victual dealer, 3 Melville place 
Laurie, Wm. F. Hunter, W.S. 1 Avenue 

villas, Comely bank 
Laurie, William M. 35 Leith street 
Laurie, Mrs, 26 Rankeillor street 
Laurie, Mrs James, 13 Broughton place 
Laurie, Misses, 39 Montagu street 
Law, Daniel, brewer, St Anthony st. Leith 
Law, George, grocer, 2 Duncan street, Drum- 

mond place 
Law, George, gardener, Hillhousefield and 

Annfield cottage 
Law, James, tailor & clothier, 423 Lawnmar. 
Law, James, Scotsman Office — house, 9 Hill 

square 
Law, John, & Sons, working jewellers, 98 

George street 
Law, John, victual dealer, 5 Tollcross 
Law, John, Hillhousefield 
Law Life Assurance Society of London, 33 
York place — D. Cormack, agent. — See Adv. 
Law, Matthew, spirit dealer, 7 Lindsay pi. 
Law, Philip, officer, Commissioner of North. 

Lights, 84 George street 
Law, Robt. H. grocer and wine merchant, 49 

Hanover street — ho. 62 
Law, W. and G. dealers in tea and coffee, 31 

St Andrew square 
Law, Mrs John, 143 Princes street 
Law, Mrs, 4 John's place 
Lawrence, David, clerk, 9 Brighton street 
Lawrence, David, Lufra cottage 
Lawrence, Geo. C. hairdresser, 25 Rose street 
Lawrence, George C. 53 Cumberland street 
Lawrence, James, surgeon, R.N. 20 Minto st. 
Lawrence, Joseph, straw-bonnet and millinery 

establishment, 20 Lothian street 
Lawrence, William, spirit dealer, 56 Bernard 

street 
Lawrence, Mrs, spirit dealer, 10 Commercial 

place 
Lawrie & Mitchell, photographers, 31 St 

Patrick square 
Lawrie & Ritchie, brassfounders, 11-a Cathe- 
rine street 
Lawrie, Alex, flesher, 40 High street 
Lawrie, Alex, music-teacher and organist, 4 

Forth street 
Lawrie, Andrew, spirit dealer, 16 Downie pi. 
Lawrie, Edward, dairy, Patrick hall 
Lawrie, Henry, clothier, 7 Hill square 
Lawrie, James, M.D. surg. 22 Rankeillor st. 
Lawrie, James, flesher, 39 Duke street, Leith 
Lawrie, J. W.(Sanderso?i §• L.), 6 Hay's court 
Lawrie, John (L. Sf R.), 19 S. St James' st. 
Lawrie, John, baker, 26 Rose street 
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Lawrie, Wm, H. (L. and G.) : 3 Gloucester pi. 

Lawrie, Mrs, 16 South Charlotte street 

Lawrie, Mrs, 39 St Leonard street 

Lawrie, Mr?, 13 Duncan «t. Drummond pi. 

Lawrie, Mrs, Allanfield, Ferry road 

Lawrie, Miss, 17 Arthur street 

Lawrie, Miss, 9 Ainslie place 

Lawson, Andw. (G.P.- O.), 21 Charles street 

Lawson, Chas. of Borthwick hall, 35 George 

square 
Lawson, Charles, jun. (P. L. 6f S071), 34 

George square 
Lawson, Francis, 1 Annandale street 
Lawson, George, hoot & shoemaker, 186 Rose 

street 
Lawson, George, 46 Charlotte square 
Lawson, George, baker and confectioner, 7 

West Newington — ho. 1 Salisbury place 
Lawson, George, fruiterer and victual dealer, 

1 North St Andrew street 
Lawson, Hen. millrnaster, Bonnington mills 
Lawson, H. Graham, 1 Bruntsfield terrace 
Lawson, James, W.S. 33 London street 
Lawson, James, tobacco and snuff manufr. 

110 West pore — house, 9 Graham st. 
Lawson, James H. Boswell road, Wardie 
Lawson, Jas. letter-carrier, 1 Thistle street 
Lawson, James, wright, 1 Tollcross 
Lawson, Jas., ship agent, 12 Commercial pi. 
Lawson, John, dairy, 21 Water lane 
Lawson, John, flesher, 180 Cauongate 
Lawson, John and liobert, victual dealers, 

64 Grassmaiket 
Lawson, John, 10 West Preston street 
Lawson, Michael, S.S.C. and solicitor-at-law, 

15 Elder st. 
Lawson, Mungo, tobacconist, 33 George st. 

— house, 47 Cumberland street 
Lawson, Peter & Son, the Queen's seedsmen, 

1 Geo. IV. bridge. — Nurseries, Golden 

Acres, Bangholm, Inverleith row, and 

Lilliput, Trinity 
Lawson, Wm. coach-hirer, 6 Albany st. 
Lawson, Wm. painter and glazier, 39 Bridge 

street 
Lawson, William, 3 Glover street 
Lawson, Mrs William, 25 West Nicolson st. 
Lawson, Mrs, cook, 39 India place 
Lawson, Miss, 21 Fettes row 
J^awton, Allison, lodgings, 4 Springfield 
Lawton, Huntly, Inland Rev. 11 Calton hill 
Lay Association Church of Scotland, Colin 

C. Grant, sec. and treasurer, 141 George st. 
Laycock, Thomas, F.R.C.P. professor of 

practical medicine, consulting physician, 4 

Rutland street 
Lazzaroni, Ant. & Son, figure makers, 71 

Adam square. — See Adv. 
Lazzaroni, Ant. spirit dealer, 184 Cowgate 
Leadbetter, Alex, joiner, 2 No. Newington pi. 
Leadbetter, C. architect, 13 Antigua street 
Leadbetter, James, spirit and provision mer- 
chant, 26 Causeyside— ho. 11 Canning place 



Lear, William, messenger, 12 St Andrew sq. 
Learmont, James, and Co., Port-Hopetoun 

foundry, 69 Fountainbridge — house, 4 

Chambers' buildings 
Learmonth, A. victual dealer, 54 Bristo 8t. 
Learmonth, Major, of Dean, 6 Moray place 
Learmonth, Thomas, bellhanger,gasfitter, and 

coal merchant, 27 Barony street 
Learmonth, Mrs, of Park hall, I Forres st. 
Leask, J. B. ironm. lOTolbooth wynd, Leith 

— house, 1 Union street, foot of Leith walk 
Leask, J. B. compositor, 9 Brown street 
Leavock, Mrs, 2 Windmill street 
Leburn, Thomas, S.S.C. 56 George square 
Leburn, Pat. M. writer, 8 Upper Gilmour pi. 
Leckie, Joseph, leather and gutta percha boot 

and shoe warehouse, 61 Nicolson street — 

house, 52 Bristo street 
Leckie, Wm. spirit merchant, 214 Cowgate 
Leckie, William (cashier, Com. Bank), 11 

Carlton terrace 
Le Conte, John, engraver, 15 St James' sq. 
Lee, Jas. heraldic and ornamental engraver 

and printer, 27 Hanover street 
Lee, Robert, advocate, 1 Albyn place 
Lee, Rev. Robt. D.D. professor, 24 George sq. 
Lee, Wm. corn merchant, 2 Leven street 

— house, 3 Gilmour place 
Lee, Miss, 21 Leopold place 
Lee, Misses, ladies' school, 6 Buccleuch pi. 
LeechmaD, Jas. merchant, 16 Gayfield square 
Leeds and Yorkshire Insurance Office, 72 

Princes street — Wm. Lambert, agent 
Lees, Alex, rouge maker, 174 Rose street 
Lees, Charles, U.S.A. 19 Scotland street 
Lees, David, 33 Earl Grey street 
Lees, David T., S.S.C. 15 Dublin street 
Lees, Henry, secretary and general manager, 

Edin. Perth, and Dundee Railway, 26 Scot- 
land street 
Lees, John, tobacco manufr. 3 Brown square 

— house, Argyll park 
Lees, Richard, draper, 14 and 15 N.-West 

Circus place — ho. 19 Cheyne street 
Lees, Robt. surgeon & druggist, 20 Nicolson 

street 
Lees, William, A.M. lecturer on natural phi- 
losophy, School of Arts, 15 Dublin street 
Lees, Miss, milliner and dressmkr. 53 Thistle 

street 
Legat, Robert, W.S. 40 Northumberland st. 
Leggat, G. & J. whip and thong makers to the 

Queen, 4 Brown square. — See Adv. 
Leggat, Jas. manager, Benniehill and Strath- 

aven collieries, 4 Port-Hopetoun — house, 

17 Portland place 
Leggat, James, 16 Chapel street 
Leggat, Robert, spirit merchant and coach- 
hirer, 54 Broughton street 
Leggat, Miss, 17 Portland place 
Legget, D. D. skinner, leather manufacturer, 

and wool merchant, Dean skin works 
Legget, John, watchmaker, 14 Nicolson st. 



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Legget, Robert, morocco and roan manufac- 
turer, skinner, tanner, and wool merchant, 
Water of Leith 
Leighton, Alex. York lodge, Trinity 
Leighton, George {G. P.- O.), 5 James' place 
Leighton, Joseph, victual dealer, 38 North 

Richmond street 
Leighton, Robert, 1 Grove street 
Leighton, Mrs, lodgings, 9 W. Preston st. 
Leishman, James, merchant, 42 Minto street 
Leishman, John, W.S. 18 Drummond place 
Leitcb, A. tailor & clothier, 17 West Rich- 
mond street 
Leitch, John, 9 Antigua street 
Leitch, Thos. tailor, 13 Raeburn place 
Leith, Alex, commercial traveller, 65 Lauris- 

ton place 
Leith, Jas. chem. and druggist, 14 Union pi. 

— house, 31 Broughton street 
Leith, John, solicitor, 123 Constitution street 

— house, 2 Portland terrace 
Leith and Rotterdam St. Ship. Co.'s office, 
5 AYet docks — Geo. Gibson & Co. agents — 
house, 13 Hermitage place 
Leith Candle Co. 84 St Andrew st. Leith 
Leith Com. List office, 2 Bernard st. Leith 
Leith Dock Commission office, Customhouse, 

Leith 
Leith, Hull, and Hamburgh Steampacket 

Company, 34 Bernard street 
Leith Mechanics' Library, 13 Tolbooth wynd 
Leith Navigation School, 10 Dock street 
Leith and Newcastle Steam-packet Com- 
pany, 44 Bernard street 
Leith Public Library, 116 Constitution st. 
Leith Poor's House, 32 South Junction street 
Leith Reading- Rooms, 130 Constitution street 
Leith and St Petersburgh Steam Coy. Ex- 
change buildings, Leith — D. R. MacGregor, 
agent 
Leith, South, Parochial Office, 33 South 

Junction road 
Leith Total Abstinence Society Committee 

Rooms, 95 Kirkgate 
Lemmi, Enrico, LL.D. teacher of Italian, 30 

Rutland square 
Lemmich, H. J. 5 London row 
Lendrum, R. & Co. booksellers and station- 
ers, 20 Hanover st — ho. 7 Frederick street 
Lennie, E. optician, 46 Princes street — house, 

14 Elder street 
Lennie, P. agent, 9 Davie street 
Leny, J. M. of Dalswinton, 27 Abercromby pi. 
Lennox, Mrs, dressmaker, 97 Nicolson street 
Leon, Mrs, 7 Ingliston street 
Leslie & Hanbury, milliners and dressmakers, 

53 George street 
Leslie, A. tinsmith and gasfitter, 60 Pleasance 
Leslie, Andrew, stationer, 37 Earl Grey st. 
Leslie, Andrew, house superintendent Royal 

Asylum, Morningside 
Leslie, James, civil engineer, 72 George street 
— house, 2 Charlotte square 



Leslie, James, coal-agent, 21 Lothian street 

Leslie, John, 6 Howe street 

Leslie, John, 10 Broughton place 

Leslie, Thomas, tailor, 40 Sandport street 

Leslie, Thomas, heraldic and general engraver, 
35 Hanover street 

Leslie, Win., W.S. {Inglis Sf Leslie), 3 Claren- 
don crescent 

Leslie, William, painter and glazier, 144 
Pleasance 

Leslie, William, 117 High street 

Leslie, Miss, 20 Fettes row 

Leslie, Miss, 3 Inverleith terrace 

Lessels, John, architect, 21 Heriot row 

Lethem, James, tobacconist, 74 Shore — house, 
1 Regent street 

Lethem, James, jun. {Customs), Madeira st. 

Lethem, John {Downs if L.), 13 Bernard st. 

Letton & Co. military tailors and clothiers, 
14 Leith street — house, 21 Broughton pi. 

Letton, W. H. 21 Broughton place 

Leven, John, W.S. 1 Bellevue crescent 

Leven Packet Office, 2 Dock gates— D. Smith, 
agent 

Levison, Miss, & Co. ladies' and children's 
outfitters, cic. 78 Princes street 

Levy, M. A. clothier and woollen draper, 94, 
96, and 98 So. bridge, and 1 Tolbooth wynd, 
Leith 

Levy, Michael A., 21 Clarendon crescent 

Levy, Philip, fur merchant, 33 George street 

Lewis & Beater, general drapers and mercers, 
77, 78, 79, and 80 Leith street 

Lewis, David, bootmaker, 217 High street — 
ho. Farquharson place 

Lewis, David, boot and shoemaker, 52 Tol- 
booth wynd, Leith 

Lewis, Rev. James, Claremont park, Leith 

Lewis, James, grocer, wine and spirit mer- 
chant, 34 South Hanover street 

Lewis, Jas. grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 
6 & 7 Market street and 177 Canongate— 
house, 1 George square 

Lewis, John {Lewis §• Beater), 8 Salisbury 
place 

Lewis, John A. china and glass saloon, 107 
George street 

Lewis, "Richard, boot and shoemaker, 15 St 
James' square 

Lewis, William, china, glass, and rag ware- 
house, 4 Crosscausey 

Lichtenstein, George, professor of music, 3 
Frederick street 

Liddall, Win. 3 Hamilton pi. Newington 

Liddell Brothers, engravers and gen. printers, 
62 Charlotte street, Leith 

Liddell, George, baker, 12 Home street 

Liddell, Robert, optician, and spirit-level 
manufacturer, 46 Nicolson street 

Liddell, P. & R. engravers and printers, 46 
Nicolson street 

Liddell, W. H. tanner & currier, 135 West- 
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Liddell, Mrs Andrew, 1 Middleby street 

Liddell, Misses, 30 Rutland square 

Liddle, James, victual dealer, 103 High street 
— house, 396 Castle hill 

Liddle, Joseph, S.S.C. 12 Scotland street 

Liddle, Thomas, gardener, Heriot hill 

Liddle, Win. drysalter, oil, and colourman, 
47 Regent arch 

Lidgate, Alex, tailor & clothier, 29 Niddry st. 

Lidgate, Jn. leather merchant, 6-b St Patrick 
square 

Lifb Association of Scotland, the Associa- 
tion's buildings, 82 Princes street — John 
Fraser, manager. — See Adv. 

Life Insurance Agency office, 46 N. Hanover 
_st. Jn. Innes, manr. for Scotland.— See Adv. 

Ligertwood, James, 7 Hope terrace, N. Leith . 

Lightbody, Francis, civil engineer, 7 Young 
street 

Lightbody, J. & J. slate merchants and cement 
manufacturers, 16 South Junction street — 
house, 23 Albany street, Leith 

Lightbody, John, staff-surgeon, 17 Danube st. 

Lightbody, William (J. §■ J. Lightbody), 23 
Albany street, Leith 

Lillico, Thomas, baker, 36 N. Frederick st. 

Lillie, Joseph, 4 1 George square 

Lillie, Thomas, baker, 1 Bread street 

Lillie, William, 1 Newington terrace 

Lillie, Miss, 8 Annandale street 

Limond, Mrs, 19 Coates crescent 

Limond, Mrs, of Dalbair, 32 Queen street 

Limont, Mrs, 3 Sylvan place 

Lind, Andrew, jun. tailor, clothier, and gene- 
ral outfitter, 12 Dock place — house, 14 
Commercial place 

Lind, A. sen. tailor and clothier, 30 Kirkgate 

Lind, David, stone merchant and builder, 3 
Port-Hopetoun — house, 2 Danube street 

Lind, Robert, commission sale rooms, 21 
Picardy place— house, 17 London street 

Lind, Wm. cheese merchant, 4 Lothian street 

Lindesay, Jas. & Sons, wine merchants, 33 
Quality street 

Lindesay, Jas. jun., W.S. 110 George street 

Lindesay, Lieut.-Col. P., 8 Brandon street 

Lindesay, Mrs, of Feddench, 1 8 Constitution st. 

Lindesay, Mrs Wm. 22 Regent terrace 

Lindsay, Jamieson, & Haldane, accountants, 
24 St Andrew square 

Lindsay, Mackay, & Howe, W.S. 62 Castle 
street 

Lindsay & Paterson, W.S. 10 Northumberland 
street 

Lindsay & Richardson, clothiers & outfitters, 
20 North Bridge 

Lindsay & Son, grain merchants, 31 Cowgate 

Lindsay, Chas. & Co. plumbers, brass found- 
ers, and meter manufacturers, 8 Green- 
side street— house, 1 

Lindsay, David, & Co., tobacconists, 3 Lindsay 
place 

Lindsay, Alex. (L. & Richardson) 2 Grange pi. 



Lindsay, Donald, acct., 24 St Andrew square 
Lindsay, George, rope manuf. 28 Horse wynd 
Lindsay, Geo. (Z. # Son), 9 Teviot row 
Lindsay, Geo. 63 Constitution street 
Lindsay, James, & Sons, agents and wholesale 

spirit merchants, 5 Royal Exchange 
Lindsay, Jas. (Seisin Office, Register House), 

36 Gilmour pi. 
Lindsay, James, baker, 73 Kirkgate — ho. 52 
Lindsay, J. painter and glazier, 10 Chapel st. 
Lindsay, James, W.S. 10 Northumberland st. 
Lindsay, James, fruit salesman, 8 Physic gard. 

— house, 13 Argyll square 
Lindsay, Jas. bookseller, 32 Candlemaker row 
Lindsay, John M., director of H.M. Chancery, 

19 Melville street 
Lindsay, John, 18 West Richmond street 
Lindsay, John, printer, 17 Union pi. 
Lindsay, John, printer, 39 South bridge 
Lindsay, Jn. coal merchant, 1 Coates place and 

Haymarket station 
Lindsay, Robert, printer, 17 Union pi. 
Lindsay, Robert, fruiterer, 8 Physic gardens 
Lindsay, Robert, pharmaceutical chemist and 

druggist, 11 Elm row, and 30 St Andrew sq. 

— ho. 8 Brunton place 
Lindsay, T. shipowner, 30 Charlotte st. Leith 
Lindsay, Thos. S. accountant, 36 Hanover st. 

— house, 4 Henderson row 
Lindsay, William (Mercury office), 3 West 

Preston street 
Lindsay, Wm., S.S.C. & Notary Public, 124 

Constitution st. — ho. Hermitage hill house 
Lindsay, Wm. cooper, agent for the Patent 

Washing Machine, 31 Hanover street 
Lindsay, Wm. tailor and clothier, 6 W. Rich- 
mond street 
Lindsay, William, ropemaker, 4 Tobago street 
Lindsay, Mrs, glove dyer & cleaner, 96 Rose 

street 
Lindsay, Mrs, 7 Cassells' place 
Lindsay, Mrs, Bathfield house 
Lindsay, Miss E. music teacher, 8 Hill pi. 
Lindsay, Miss, 8 Duncan street, Newington 
Lindsay, Miss, 20 Forth street 
Lindsay, Misses, straw-hat makers, 175 

Canongate 
Linkie, Thomas, china dealer, 15 Home st. 
Linklater, Mrs M. lodgings, 1 8 Shore 
Linn, Mrs H. 4 East Adam street 
Linton, Andrew, cork-cutter, 87 High street — 

house, 18 Drummond street 
Linton, Thomas, superintendent of police, 

Parliament square 
Linton, W. C. painter, 8 Mackenzie place 
Linton, Mrs, dressmaker, 73 Rose street 
Lisle, George, butcher, 19 Jamaica st. 
List, Alfred C. C. registration examiner of 

births, deaths, and marriages for the northern 

district, Clarkeville, Grange road 
List, Alfred John, justice of peace fiscal and 

chief constable for the county, county 

hidings. — ho. Clarkeville, Grange rd. 



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Lister, J., F.R.C.S. Eng. & Edin. (B.A. and 
M.B. Lond.) lecturer on surgery, 11 Rut- 
land street 

Lister, Richard, commercial traveller, 41 S. 
Clerk street 

Liston, Alex. Primrose villa, Grange road 

Liston, Alex, brush maker, 2 Rutland place 

Liston, David, professor of Oriental languages, 
Elm cottage, west, Blackford road 

Liston, George, 1 Baxter's pi. 

Liston, M. R. boat builder, Granton 

Liston, Mrs Ramage, 19 St Cuthbert street 

Lithgow & Purdie, house- painters and deco- 
rators, 77 George street 

Little, Andrew, wholesale ironmonger, 35 So. 
Hanover street 

Little, Andrew, 4 London st. 

Little, Andrew, jun. 4 London st. 

Little, Andrew, Procurator - Fiscal's office, 
County buildings — house, 1 1 Lothian st. 

Little, Arch, wholesale ironmonger, 31 Hanover 
street — house, 14 Brandon street 

Little, Jas. commission agent, 11 -a Catherine 
st. — house, 13 Elm row 

Little, Jas. jun. tobacconist, 28 Princes street 
— house, 10 Dublin street 

Little, Jn. commis. agent, 11-A Catherine st. 

Little, Robert, Royal Institution and National 
Gallery, Mound 

Little, Mrs, 18 Fettes row 

Little, Mrs, 1 Bonnington place 

Little, Miss, 47 North Castle st. 

Littlejohn, David, writer, 13 North Bank st. 

Littlejohn, H. D., M.D., F.R.C.S. 40 York pi. 

Littlejohn, T. M. confec, 31 and 33 Leith st. 

Littlejohn, Thomas M. 30 Broughton place 

Littlejohn, Mrs A., 2 Minto street 

Liverpool and London Fire and Life Insur- 
ance Co.— K. M'Kenzie, 29 Northumber- 
land st. W. White Miller, S.S.C, 8 Bank st. 
and W. D. Young, 23 St Patrick sq. agents 

Liverpool and London Insurance Company 
Leith agency, Jas. Cochrane, 3 Mitchell st. 

Live Stock Insurance Company, 46 North 
Hanover st. — John Innes, manager for Scot- 
land.— See Adv. 

Livingston and Weir, mercantile agents, 7 
Roxburgh place 

Livingston, Alex, general agent and cork ma- 
nufacturer, 15 St Patrick square 

Livingston, J. messenger, Commercial Bank, 
10 George street 

Livingston, James, clerk, North British Rail- 
way Co., 67 West Cumberland street 

Livingston, John, tailor and clothier, 20 
South bridge 

Livingston, John, cottage, Regent road 

Livingston, John, property agent, 31 Consti- 
tution street 

Livingston, Josiah, hosier, glover, and shirt- 
maker, 37 George street 

Livingston, Jos. [L. & Weir), 4 Minto street 

Livingston, Mrs, 7 Buccleuch place 



Livingston's lodgings, 16 Castle street 
Lizars, Matthew, 17 Quality street 
Lizars, Professor, consulting & operating sur- 
geon, 15 South Charlotte street 
Loan Office, 46 N. Hanover street — John 

Innes, manager for Scotland. — See Adv. 
Loch, Francis E. vice-admiral, 27 George sq. 
Locke, Mrs, 6 Comely bank 
Lockhart, William, gardener, Dean 
Lockhart, Miss Ann, of Castlehill, 40 Ann st. 
Lockhart, Miss M. Elliot, 5 Rutland place 
Lockie, Ch. merchant, 25 W. Nicoleon street 
Lockie, William, tailor, 118 West port 
Lockie, Mrs, lodgings, 7 Brighton street 
Loewenstein, Sigismund, teacher of German, 

137 Princes street 
Loewenstein, Madame, teacher of piano and 

French, 137 Princes street 
Loewenthal, M. & Son, chiropodists, 3 Blair 

street 
Logan, Alex. S. advocate, sheriff of Forfar- 
shire, 12 York place 
Logan, Alex, confectioner, 168 Canongate 
Logan, Edmond, W.S. 141 George street 
Logan, Geo., W.S. clerk of teinds, Register 

house, Hawthorn brae, Duddingston 
Logan, Henry Smith, 108 High street 
Logan, Hugh, ship carver, 49 Timber bush 
Logan, James, 13 Annandale street 
Logan, John {Mackenzie, Innes, andL.~), 29 

India street 
Logan, John, 9 W. Claremont street 
Logan, John, printer, 86 Pleasance 
Logan, John, watchmaker, 5 Dean street 
Logan, Thomas, writer, 32 Stafford street 
Logan, Mrs, Seafield lodge 
Logan, Mrs, 14 Saxe Coburg place 
Logan, Mrs, 27 Nelson street 
Logan, Mrs, spirit dealer, 32 Heriot buildings 
Logie, Gilbert, bookseller, 15 Chapel street 
Logie, Misses, dressmakers, 15 Chapel street 
London & County Hail and Cattle Insurance 
Co., 2 St Andrew sq. — Millar & Millar, 
local managers 
London & Edin. Screw Steam Ship. Co/s 
office, 9 Dock pi. — Thomas Aitken, manager 
London and Provincial Provident Society, 
30 St Andrew square — sec. for Scottish 
Branch, David Forsyth, S.S.C. 
London Hotel, 2 St Andrew square 
London Mission. Society, Edin. Auxiliary 
to — W. F. Watson, treasurer, 52 Princes st. 
London Parcels' Despatch Co. 1 Frederick st. 

— J. Henderson, agent 
London Printing & Publishing Comp. 6 Rox- 
burgh place — William M. Young, agent 
London Union Assurance Society and An- 
nuity Office, 20 Nelson street, 16 Hill street, 
and 13 Hanover street. — See Adv. 
London Union Fire and Life Assurance 
Office, 13 Hanover st. — D.G. Thomson, agt. 
Long, Thomas, & Co. engineers and machine 
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Longmore, Adam C. (Each.), 2 Mansfield pi. 
Longmore, John Alex., W.S. 56 Melville st. 
Lorimer, David, printer, 38 Brunswick street 
Lorimer, G. builder and contr. Mayfield ter. 
Lorimer, James, advocate, 21 Hill street 
Lorimer, James, civil engineer and surveyor, 

41 George st. — house, 62 Gilmore place 
Lorimer, John, builder, 62 Gilmour place 
Lorimer, John, advocate, 19 Albany street 
Lorimer, Mrs, 69 York place 
Lorimer, Mrs A. 11 Brunswick st. Hil side 
Lothian, Andrew, S.S.C. 6 Elm row 
Lothian, Edward, 11 Carlton street 
Lothian, Maurice, procurator-fiscal for county, 

County buildings — ho. 28 Drummond place 

and .St Catherine's 
Lothian, Peter, gardener, 10 Saunders' street 
Lothian, Mrs John, 15 Carlton terrace 
Lothian, Mrs, grocer, 1 1 Greenside row 
Louden, David, lodgings, 44 Howe street 
Louden, William, corn merchant, 1 John's pi. 
Louden, Wm.21 Pilrig Model buildings 
Lough, John, chimney-sweeper, 15 William 

street and 14 Jamaica street. — See Adv. 
Lougton, Alex, lodgings, 146 Princes street 
Lougton, Alex., tobacconist, 37 Hanover st. 
Lore, A. & P. china and glass warehouse, 7 

S. College street 
Love, M. & J. milliners, &c. 9 Hill square 
Lovell, Miss E. 39 Montagu street 
Low, Alex. H. 7 Hill square 
Low, David (S. L. 6; Co.), mer. 30 Minto st. 
Low, D. W. (H. M. Customs), Raimesfield, 

Ferry road 
Low, Jas. gardener, 6 Maryfield 
Low, John, plumber and gasfitter, 14 N. St 

Andrew street 
Low, Jn. slater, 30 Nicolson st. & 74 Clerk st. 
Low, J. lodgings, 117 George street 
Low, Colonel Robert, Mayfield, Trinity 
Low, Mrs, 14 Hope street 
Low, Miss, 14 Dublin street 
Lowden, W. wholesale small wares, 18 Hill pi. 
Lowe, John, 1 Upper Dean terrace 
Lowe, Joseph, teacher of dancing and calis- 

thenic exercises, 52 Frederick street 
Lowe, Wm. china mercht. 54 St Mary's wd. 
Lowes, Thomas C. (G.P.-O.), Bridge place, 

Bonnington 
Lowfoot and Leishman, clothiers and hatters, 

41 South bridge 
Lowis, Mrs, 39 S. Clerk street 
Lowne, Thomp., M.D. surgeon, 46 Minto st. 
Lowrie, John, cart and plough wright, 77 

Abbey hill 
Lowsdale, R. M. purveyor to ILM. forces, 

Edinburgh castle 
Lowthrope, Lady, 12 Manor place 
Luckie, D. Leith wk. saw mills, Brown'sentry 
Luis, Ellice, stucco manufr. Fountain close, 

28 High street 
Luis and Ewing, carvers and gilders, 8 St 

Patrick square 



Luke, James, baker, 25 Brunswick street — ho. 
72 Cumberland street 

Luke, Wm. cloth merchant, 193 High street 
— house, 4 Grove street 

Luke, Mrs James, 116 Lauriston place 

Luke, Miss, 7 Charles street 

Lumsdaine, James, spt. deal. 3 Old Physic gar. 

Lumsden, James, chair maker, 39 St Leon- 
ard's street 

Lumsden, John, tailor, 64 Broughton street 

Lumsden, Mrs Henry, 6 Leopold place 

Lumsden, Mrs, 12 Gloucester place 

Lumsden, Mrs Leith, of Auchindoir, 2 Hill- 
side crescent 

Lundie, Mr Joseph, spirit merchant, 439 
Lawnmarket 

Lundy, John J. (North British Colour Co.), 
2 Primrose bank, Lochend road 

Lyall, Alexander, baker, 5 Shrub place 

Lyall, James, builder, 23 E. Drummond st. 

Lyall, John, merchant, 8 Port-Hopetoun — ho. 

7 Lothian road 

Lyall, John, agent, 13 East Adam street 
Lyall, John Morison, agent and wholesale 

stationer, 16 South St David street 
Lyall, Richard, corn merchant, 38 Bridge st. 
Lyall, Robert, agent, 5 South College st. — 

house, 32 Rankeillor street 
Lyall, Mrs David, 23 Alva street 
Lyall, Mrs Robert, 40 Albany st. N. Leith 
Lye, Thomas, straw-bonnet warehouse, 28 

High street 
Lyell, David, writer, 20 Rankeillor street 
Lyell, John, 15 Norton place 
Lyle, Alex, merchant and commission agent, 

58 Timber bush — house, 17 Bath street 
Lyle, George, 23 Union place 
Lyle, John, clerk, 108 Rose street 
Lyle, Peter, tea dealer, Bell's court 
Lyle, Thomas, stockbroker, 65 Princes st. — 

ho. St Catherine's Cottage, Grange road 
Lynch, Mrs Charles, broker, 161 Cowgate 
Lyon, C. confectionery refreshment rooms, 29 

Lothian road 
Lyon, David, bookbinder, 505 Lawnmarket 
Lyon, Francis (Edinburgh and Leith Gas Co.) 

12 Baltic street, Leith 
Lyon, George, W.S. 26 Forth street 
Lyon, Hugh, S.S.C. 7 N. St Andrew street 
Lyon, James, hairdresser, 61 Low Calton 
Lyon, R. teacher of law, &c, 35 Pitt st. 
Lyon, Wm. (Doivells §• L.), 1 Dundas street 
Lyon, Misses, 9 Buccleuch street 
Lyschinski, Adam, M.D. 10 Warriston cres- 
cent 
Macadam, Anstruther, clothier and linen 

draper, 27 West Nicolson street— house, 

8 Jordan bank 

Macadam, James, missionary, 4 Wemyss ter. 
Macadam, John, Bay Horse hotel, 55 Rose 6t. 
Macadam, John, tailor, 38 Home street 
Macadam, Stev., Ph.D., F.R.S.E., lecturer on 
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Macallan & Chancellor, W.S — chambers, 19 

Young street 
Macallan, A. B., W.S. {Macallan Sf C), 26 

Rutland sq. 
Macallan, James H. 3 Scotland street 
Macallan, John (Edin. Academy) Church st. 
Macallan, J. (M.$ Chancellor), 26 Rutland sq. 
Macallum & Sidey, stock and share brokers, 

and agents for the Lancashire Fire 8f Life 

Lnsurance. Co., 65 Princes street. — See Adv. 
Macallum, Walter Buchanan (M. Sf Sidey), 

3 Castle terrace 
Macallum, Mrs, 42 Inverleith row 
Macallum, Miss, 65 Castle street 
Macalpine, Wm. saddler, 12 Broad wynd 
M'Allan, James, private lodgings, 42 Char- 
lotte square 
M'Alpine, Mrs James, 19 Comely bank 
M'Alpine, Miss Mary, 12 Melville street 
Macandrew & Dudgeon, corn factors and 

merchants, 17 Constitution street 
Macandie, Alex. Campbell, writer, 13 Hill st. 
Macandrew, D. M. (31. §* Dudgeon), 67 York 

place 
Macandrew, J. and J., S.S.C. 33 Dublin st. 
Macandrew, James M., C.A. 65 Princes street 

— house, 28 Dublin street 
Macandrew, John (J. Sr J. M.), 61 York pi. 
Macandrew, John, jun. (J. <?,- J. M.), 27 Re- 
gent terrace 
Macandrew, R. (Reg. House), Inverleith 

field, Queensferry road 
Macara, L. M., W.S. 5$ Northumberland st. 
Macara, Mrs, 3 Randolph place 
Macara, Mrs J., 6 Johnston pi. Stockbridge 
M'Ara, Peter, mason, 194 Rose street 
Macarthur, Alexander, builder, 31 William 

street lane — house, 2 Melville street 
Macarthur, John, grocer and spirit merchant, 

21 Canongate 
Macarthur, Mrs, 2 St Andrew's square 
Macarthur, Miss, teacher of music, 2 Sum- 

merhall place 
M'Arthur, A. writer 9 Antigua street 
M' Arthur, James, turner and cabinetmaker 

118 High street — house, 32 New street 
M'Arthur, John, grocer, &c. 29 Lothian st. 
M'Arthur, John, spirit mer. 15 Infirmary st. 
M'Arthur, John, railway contractor, Edin. 

and Glas. Railway 
M'Arthur, Mrs, shoemaker, 1 Water lane 
M'Arthur, Mrs, 6 Shrub place 
M'Auly, Elizabeth, 32 Lothian street 
Macaulay, B. J. 6 Park street 
Macaulay, Jas. P. superintendent, Assembly 

rooms 
Macaulay, John, messenger and housekeeper, 

Exchequer office 
Macaulay, Miss, 4 West Claremont street 
M'Bain, Jas. M.D. surgeon R.N. 12 Trinity 

crescent 
M'Bain, James, bookseller and news agent, 1 

Crichton street 



M'Bain, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 73 South bridge 

M'Bayne, Miss, 20 Dublin street 

Macbean, iEneas, W.S. S Darnaway st. 

Macbean, Mrs, 1 Abbey 

M'Bean, H. 7 Ann street 

M'Bean, Miss, 7 Ann street 

M'Beath, Wm. Knox Refreshment Rooms, 53 
High street 

Macbrair & Parker, W.S. 12 Great King st 

xMacbrair, Dav. J., S.S.C. (M. & Parker), 
Master-extraord.of the High Courtof Chan- 
cery of England and Ireland, 12 G. King st. 

M'Bride, Mrs John,2S Bernard street 

M'Call, C. & Co. engineers and millwrights., 
Montgomery st. 

M'Call, John, 40 Frederick street 

M'Call, Peter, & Co. sugar and spice grinders, 
and coffee roasters, Montgomery street 

Maccallum, Geo. account. 13 Montgomery st. 

Maccallum, George, stockbroker, and agent 
for the London Fire and Life Assurance Co. 
30 St Andrew square 

M'Callum & Dundas, C.E. 143 Princes st. 

M'Callum, Daniel, grocer and spirit dealer, 
317 Cowgate 

M'Callum, Duncan, C.E. 7 Torphich en street 

M'Callum, Dn. spirit merchant, 39 Thistle st. 

M'Callum, Hugh, draper, 1 S. Holyrood st. 

M'Callum, John, and Son, soda water manu- 
facturers, 1 West Richmond street — ho. 11 

M'Callum, Mrs, dressmaker, 166 Fountainbr. 

M'Callum, Mrs, dressmaker, 16 Buccleuch 
pend 

M'Callum, Mrs Edward, 12 Brandon street 

M'Callum, Mrs, lodgings, 64 Frederick st. 

M'Callum & Dickson, dressmakers, 5 Green- 
side place 

M'Cambridge, Peter, pawnbroker, 59 & 51 
Candlemaker row 

M'Candlish, John M., W.S. manager National 
Fire and Life Lnsurance Co. 18 Moray pi. 

M'Candlish, William, 23 Inverleith row 

M'Cann, Jas. mantle manufacturer, 99 South 
bridge 

M'Cann, Jas. stationer, 6 Deanhaugh street 

M'Carron, Charles, boot and shoemaker, Old 
Fishmarket close 

M'Carter, Mrs, G Scotland street 

M'Cartney, Geo. carter, 18 Duke st. Leith 

M'Cartney, Hugh, tailor and clothier, 30 Leith 
street — house, 4-a North bridge 

M'Caskie, James, and Co. hat manufacturers, 
90 Candlemaker row — ho. 18 Brown sq. 

M'Caskie, J. (J. M'C. 4 Co.), 18 Brown sq. 

M'Caskill, Mrs, 40-b George square 

M'Caul, Charles, contractor, Heriot cottage 

M'Caul, James, hatter, 11 Bread street 

M'Caul, William, 26 Burns street 

M'Cheyne, William, 24 Maitland street 

M'Chrystal, Mich. Paisley shawl warehouse, 
9 Jamaica street 

Maccoil, Alex, teacher of English and clas« 
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Maccoll, John, messenger, Bank of Scotland, 
2 Lauriston terrace 

M'Clacherty, Wm. green grocer, 12 Queens- 
ferry street 

M'Clearty, Col. asst.-adj. -General, 1 Claren- 
don crescent 

M'Clure, Andrew, station master E. 6f G. 
Railway, 8 Gt. Stuart street 

M'Clure, Henry, 11 Calton street 

M'Combie, Alex, spirit mer. 25 Broughton st. 

M'Comish, T. writer, 30 Castle street 

M'Connel, E. & M. embroiderers and chil- 
dren's dressmakers, 46 George street 

Maconochie and Duncan, W. S. 10 Hill street 

Maconochie, Jas. 4 Middle Arthur place 

Maconochie, Robt. B., W.S. 14 Gt. Stuart st. 

Maconochie, Mrs, French stay maker, 8 
Young street 

M'Cormick, Miss, 15 Manor pi. 

M'Corquodale, Alexander, commission mer- 
chant, 5 Bank street, Leith 

M'Corry, Rev. John Stewart, 50 Charlotte st. 
Leith 

M'Cowan, Fran. D.„ M.D. & surgeon, 23 Elder 
street 

M'Craken, John, S.S.C. 22 Walker street 

M'Cracken, R. prov. mer. St Anthony's court 

M'Craw, John, shoe warehouse, 249 High st. 
— ho. 22 Society, Brown square 

M'Craw, Robert, tobacco and snuff shop, 167 
High street 

M'Craw, Wm. photographic artist, 3 Hanover 
street 

M'Craw, Mrs, 2 Smith's place 

M'Credie, Miss, 63 Cumberland street 

M'Crie, William & Co. paper-stainers to the 
Queen, 22 Leith walk — house, 13 Pilrig st. 

M'Crie, Mrs Dr, 13 Salisbury place 

M'Crorie, Mrs Jane, Admiralty street 

M'Cuaig, 'Dn. & Son, tailors and clothiers, 10 
Frederick street 

Maculloch and Wotherspoon, drapers, 25 
Downie place — house, 17 Bread street 

M'Culloch, George, draper, 17 Bread street 

M'Culloch, Horatio, R.S.A. landscape-painter, 
7 Danube street 

M'Culloch, John, teller B. Linen Co. Bank, 
11 Duke st. agent for Phoenix Fire and Pe- 
lican Life Insurance Companies See Adv. 

M'Culloch, J. & Co. cabinet makers, joiners, 
upholsterers, and appraisers, Castle ter. 
Lothian road 

M'Culloch, Jn. & Son, painter, 22 Downie pi. 

M'Culloch, Thomas, plumber, Lothian road 

and 63 George street 
M'Culloch, Thos. T. chemist and druggist, 61 

South bridge 
M'Culloch, Wm. sheriff officer, 377 High st. 
M'Culloch, William T. librarian, Edin. S. L. 

24 George street 
M'Culloch, Mrs, 23 Clerk street 
M'Culloch, Mrs Wm. lodgings, 6 St Vincent 
street 



M'Dermitt, Thos. spirit dealer, 1 Sherriff brae 
M'Dermott, James, feather merchant, 61 

North Hanover street 
M'Dermott, Mrs, 8 Thistle street 
M'Diarmid, Angus, Donaldson's hospital 
M'Diarmid, Archibald, clothier, 53 George 

street 
M'Diarmid, John, clothier, 13 North bridge 
M'Diarmid, Mrs J. spirit merchant, 54 Low 

Calton 
Macdonald, A. flesher, 8 Antigua st. — ho. 9 
Macdonald, Alex., Edin. and Leith carrier, 

6 Richmond court 
Macdonald, A. market officer, Carrubber's cl. 
Macdonald, Alex. 50 Thistle 6t. 
Macdonald, Angus, 52 Gilmour pi. 
Macdonald, And. gardener, 42 Causeyside 
Macdonald, Andrew, 7 Summerhall 
Macdonald, Archd. spirit dealer, New Dock 

tavern, 1 Admiralty street 
Macdonald, Dan. tinsmith, 28 Earl Grey st. 
Macdonald, David, 4 Clerk st. 
Macdonald, Donald, accountant, collector of 

poor's rates, 4 Forrest road — house, 28 

Gayfield square 
Macdonald, D. S. commission merchant, 4 

Bernard st. 
Macdonald, D. merchant, 16 Brunswick street 
Macdonald, D. gardener, 44 India street 
Macdonald, Gilbert, bookbinder, 21 George st. 

— house, 10 Dublin st. 
Macdonald, Grant, & Son, boot and shoe- 
makers, 148 Princes street 
Macdonald, James, horse dealer, 100 Rose 

street — house, 104 
Macdonald, James, tailor, 423 Lawnmarket 
Macdonald, Jas. manufr. 15 Buccleuch place 
Macdonald, James, assessor, 6 Waterloo pi. 
Macdonald, James, stationer, bookbinder, and 

news-agent, 9 Bread st. 
Macdonald, James, 26 Charles st. 
Macdonald, James, (G. P.-O.), 75 Broughton 

street 
Macdonald, John, writer and accountant, 23 

Cumberland street 
Macdonald, John, New Ship hotel, 20 Shore 
Macdonald, John, artificer in glass, Lady 

Stairs' close, 477 Lawnmarket 
Macdonald, John, lodgings, 6 Forres street 
Macdonald, John, tailor, Merrilees cl., Leith 
Macdonald, John, teacher of elocution, 56 

George street 
Macdonald, J. C, M.D. 3 Forrest road 
Macdonald, John, printer, 13 Carrubber's close 
Macdonald, Jn. accountant, 7 Randolph cliff 
Macdonald, Kenneth, secretary, Free Church 

Temperance Society, 6 York pi. 
Macdonald, Lieut. -Colonel, of Powderhall, 

Powderhall 
Macdonald, Neil, 13 Hill place 
Madonald, R. superintendent original ragged 

industrial school, Marionville house, Jock's 

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Macdonald, Rev. Robert, 2 Jamaica street, 

Ferry road 
M 'Donald, Roderick, wine and spirit mer- 
chant, 4 Broughton st. and 3 Little King st. 
— house, 5 N. St James' st. 
M'Donald, James, 26 Charles street 
Macdonald, Ronald, writer, 27 Hamilton pi. 
Macdonald, Stodart, S.S.C. 1 Abercromby pi. 
Macdonald, Tertius, surgeon and druggist, 

13 Catharine street 
Macdonald, Wm. wine and spirit merchant, 

33 Shore, Leith 
Macdonald, Wm. tailor, 12 East Adam street 
Macdonald, Wm. J. working jeweller, 31 

Castle street — house, 12 
Macdonald, Mrs Angus, Upper drawbridge 
Macdonald, Mrs Hay, 31 St John's hill 
Macdonald, Mrs Mary, 1 Henderson row 
Macdonald, Mrs Wm. commercial lodgings, 2 

Canal street 
Macdonald, Mrs, 2 Gardner's crescent 
Macdonald, Mrs, 25 Barony street 
Macdonald, Mrs, 13 St James' square 
Macdonald, Mrs, 31 Gayfield square 
Macdonald, Mrs, grocer, 6 Chapel st. 
Macdonald, Mrs, spirit dealer, 1 Stafford street 
Macdonald, Mrs, 35 West Nicolson street 
Macdonald, Mrs, 26 Charles st. 
Macdonald, Mrs, lodgings, 2 Alva street 
Macdonald, Mrs, lodgings, 7 Hill place 
Macdonald, Mrs, straw-bonnet maker, 49 St 

Leonard street 
Macdonald, Mrs, flesher, 44 Canongate 
Macdonald, Miss, housekeeper, George He- 
riot's hospital 
Macdonald, Miss Robertson, 24 Walker st. 
Macdonell, Eneas Ronald, advocate, 37 York 

place 
Macdonell, Mrs G. B. 30 Greenhill gardens 
M'Dougal, Alex, farmer, Granton 
M'Dougal, Geo. grocer, &c. 18 Howe street 

— house, 5 Clarence st. 
M'Dougal, J. grocer, 8 Dublin st. — house, 

4 Albany street 
M'Dougal, Walter, cowfeeder, 26 Greenside st. 
Macdougal, Colonel, 15 Clarendon crescent 
Macdougald, John W. 2 Sciennes place 
Macdougald, R. & J. W. rag and metal mer- 
chants, 20 Niddry street 
M'Dougald, Robert, 3 Upper Gilmore place 
Macdougall, Gilbert, 4 Gardner's crescent 
MacDougall, Patrick C. Professor of Moral 

Philos. University, 6 Clarendon crescent 
Macdougall, Mrs A. 21 Albany street, Leith 
M'Dougall, Alexander, spirit merchant, 82 

Potterrow 
M'Dougall, Alexander, treasurer superintend- 
ent, Royal Infirmary 
M'Dougall, James, gardener, Silverfield 
M'Dougall, John, grocer and spirit merchant, 

78 Giles' street 
M'Dougall, J. coach hirer, 7 W. Salisbury pi. 
and 21 W. Preston st. 



M'Dougall, Neil, spirit dealer, 23 Bank st. — 

house, 9 Bristo place 
M'Dougall, Patrick, W.S. 4 Great King street 
M'Dougall, Thomas, wright, 2 West Cross- 
causey — house, 5 Buccleuch street 
M'Dougall, Mrs John, 20 Heriot place 
M'Dowall, James, merchant and agent, 4 
Leith street terrace — house, 43 East Clare- 
mont street 
M'Dowall, Robt. baker, 57 George street and 

19 Frederick street 
M'Dowall, Thomas, 11 Lothian street 
M'Dowall, William, bookseller and stationer, 

14 North bridge — house, 12 Hill square 
M'Dowall, William, Inspector of the Heriot 

Schools, 2 Mansfield place 
M'Dowall, Mrs Col. 3 Centre villa, Wardie 
M'Dowall, Mrs William, 8 Bellevue crescent 
M'Dowall, Mrs, lodgings, 7 Hill place 
M'Dowell, James, United States consul, 3 

Leopold place 
M'Edward, Mrs J. grocer, Canaan lane 
M'Elrevy, Mrs M. lodgings, 14 Dundas st. 
M'Elvogue, Edward, tailor and clothier, 9 St 

Mary's wynd 
M'Evoy, J., saddler, 58 Charlotte st. Leith— 

ho. 2 Janefield place 
M'Evoy, John, boot-tree and lastmaker, 

Chalmer's close, 81 High street 
M'Evoy, Patrick, 128 Nicolson street 
M'Ewan, Rev. David, 41 Duncan street, 

Newington 
M'Ewan, George, advocate, 40 Great King 

street 
M'Ewan, Robert, baker, 22 Cowgate, and 72 

Grassmarket 
M'Ewan, Rev. Thomas, Sciennes hill 
M'Ewan, Wm. brewer, 104 Fountainbridge 
M'Ewan, W. A. 25 Haddington place 
M f Ewan, Wm. wine and spirit merchant, 133 

Rose street 
M'Ewan, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 29 Robb's court, 

Castle barns 
M'Ewen, Edward, 60 N. Castle street 
M'Ewen, James, W.S. (Patrick, M'Ewen, §• 

Garment), 9 Union street 
M'Ewen, John, writer, Auckland villa, Grove 

road 
M'Ewen, Thomas, sculptor, Lothian road 
M'Fadyen, Finlay, cork manufacturer, 108 

Kirkgate 
M'Fadyen, Hector, principal city officer, City 

chambers 
M'Fadyen, Misses, teachers, 28 Alva street 
Macfarlan, John F. & Co. chemists and drug- 
gists to her Majesty, 17 & 18 North bridge 
Macfarlan, John F. 4 Park place 
Macfarlan, Mrs David, 6 Randolph crescent 
M'Farlan, J. shoemaker, 70 Cumberland st. 
M'Farlan, Mrs, 17 Lynedoch place 
M'Farlan, Miss, Lauder road, Grange 
Macfarlane & Wallace, painters, glaziers, and 
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Macfarlane, Alex, corn factor and agent, 61 
Constitution street — ho. 8 Wellington place 

Macfarlane, Alex. (Sun Fire Office), 3 West 
Arthur place 

Macfarlane, C. (M l F. $ G.), 37 London st. 

Macfarlane, Donald, dairy, 14 Queensferry st. 

Macfarlane, G. missionary, 6 Bowling-green st. 

Macfarlane, James, W.S. 9 Atholl place 

Macfarlane, John, 1 St Cuthbert's glebe, 
Lothian road 

Macfarlane, Peter, provision merchant, 63 
Potterrow 

Macfarlane, Robert, advocate, sheriff of Ren- 
frewshire, 31 Heriot row 

Macfarlane, R. (M. & W.) 1 1 W. Maitlandst. 

Macfarlane, Thos. writer, 11 Darnaway st. 

Macfarlane, Thomas, Canonmills 

Macfarlane, Walter, 5 Chevne street 

Macfarlane, William, M.D., F.R.C.S.L. 21 
St Bernard's crescent 

Macfarlane, Miss, straw-bonnet maker, 55-b 
George street 

M'Farlane & Gibb, cabinetmakers, 20 Dundas 
street, and 6 North Pitt street 

M'Farlane, David, carpet and hearth-rug 
manufacturer, dyer and scourer, &c. Canon- 
mills 

M'Farlane, John, wire-cloth manufacturer, 
13 Smith's place 

M'Farlane, Peter, lodgings, 40 N. Richmd. st. 

M'Farlane, Robert, & Son, wire-cloth manu- 
facturers, Stead's place 

M'Farlane, Robert, wire-cloth manufacturer, 
13 Smith's place 

M'Farlane, Wardlaw (Duncan, Flochhart, Sf 
Co.), 1 Darnaway street 

M'Farlane, W. H. draper, 19 Union pi. — ho. 23 

M'Farlane, W. H. (S. M.) 30 St James' sq. 

M'Farlane, Wm. Redan villa, Morningside 

M'Farlane, Mrs Ann, lodgings, 1 1 Leopold pi. 

M'Farlane, Mrs, 17 Keir street 

M'Farquhar, Misses, 18 Fettes row 

Macfeat, W. china and glass merchant, 42 
South bridge 

Macfeat, Mrs, 5 Windmill street 

Macfie, Rev. Daniel, 1 Comely green crescent 

Macfie, Mrs Pat. provis. dealer, 299 Coweate 

M'Gacbie, John, watchmaker and jeweller, 
43 Princes street — house, 20 Barony street 

M'Gechan, Mrs, lodgings, 8 Castle street 

M'George, Mrs Ebenezer, 33 Richmond place 

M'Ghie, Robert, grocer and spirit dealer, 92 
Pleasance 

Macgibbon, David, architect, S9 George st. 

M'Gibbon, Chas. builder, 7 East Claremontst. 

M'Gibbon, David, wine and spirit merchant, 
7 Elm row 

M'Gibbon, George R. clothier and draper, 90 
South bridge street 

M'Gibbon, John S. builder, 15 Dundas street 

M'Gibbon, John, clothier, 15 S. College st. — 
house, 17 Keir street, Lauriston 

M'Gibbon, Miss, 3 Duncan st. Drummond pi. 



M'Gilchrist, John, M.D. 63 Castle street 
Macgill & Begbie, house painters & paper 

hangers, 62 Bristo street 
Macgill, Archd. house painter," 21 S. Castle 

street 
Macgill, William, artists' colourman and print- 
seller, 7 Hanover st.— bouse, 6 Castle street 
Macgill, Mrs Edward, 21 Castle street 
M'Gill, James, baker, 8 Haddington place 
M'Gill, Jn. boot & shoemaker, 48 Nicolson st. 
M'Gill, William, factor, Grange loan 
M'Gill. Mrs, 11 North Melville place 
M'Gill, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 126 Rose street 
M'Gillivray, Andw. wright, 29 Horse wynd 
M'Gillivray, William, writer, 13 North-west 

Circus place 
M'Glashan, A. engraver and lithographic 

printer, 26 Clyde street 
M'Glashan, Alexander, teacher of dancing, 

23 York place 
M'Glashan, Alex, grocer, tea and provision 

merchant (P.-O.), Granton pier 
M'Glashan, Don. wine merchant and grocer, 

1 Mansfield place — house, 48 London st. 
M'Glashan, Stewart, sculptor, Canonmills br. 

— ho. 6 Huntly street 
M'Glashan, Mrs, lodgings, (P.-O.), Granton 

pier 
M'Glashan, Miss M., Jordan pi. Morningside 
MacGoun, Rev. Robert W., Morningside 
M'Gowan, Elizabeth, spirit dealer, 22 Bread 

street 
M'Gowan, Mrs, sick nurse, 2 Hamilton place 
Macgregor, Don. lodgings, 17 Greenside street 
Macgregor, Donald R., merchant and ship- 
owner, Exchange buildings, Leith — house, 
18 Minto street, Edinburgh 
Macgregor, Duncan, 8 Chapel street 
Macgregor, John, tobacco manufacturer, 101 
High street, 2 Leith street, and 77 Princes 
street — house, 13 Gayfield square 
Macgregor, Malcolm, S.S.C., 18 St Andrew 

square 
M'Gregor, Alex, architect, 3 North Char- 
lotte street 
M'Gregor, Alex, grocer, 2 Semple street 
M'Gregor, Angus, chimney-sweep, 18 Gifrord 

park 
M'Gregor, Don. The Royal hotel (lateGibos), 

53 Princes street 
M'Gregor, Duncan, superintendent of Blind 

Institution, 2 Gayfield square 
M'Gregor, Jas. hotel-keeper, 8 W. Register 

street 
M'Gregor, James, & Son, watch, and clock- 
makers, and jewellers, 25 W. Register st. 
M'Gregor, James, (31' G. % S. ), 5 Moray st. 
M'Gregor, John (M< Gregor $ Son), 25 Ba- 
rony street 
M'Gregor, John, tailor, 5 Kerr street 
M'Gregor, John, chairman, 156 Rose street 
M'Gregor, John, shoemaker, 22 Thistle st. 
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M'Gregor, Malcolm, portmanteau, trunk, and 

travelling bag manufacturer, 2 George st. 
M'Gregor, Peter, Sons, & Co. silk mercers & 

drapers, 30 George street 
M'Gregor, Peter (P. M'G., Sons, § Co.), 

23 Lynedocb place 
M'Gregor, Robt. 64 Broughton street 
M'Gregor, William, porter and ale bottler, 16 

W. Nicolson st house, 2 Nicolson square 

M'Gregor, Mrs John, 13 Gayfield square 
M'Gregor, Mrs, furniture-print cleaner and 

glazier, 194 Rose street 
M'Gregor, Mrs, 7 Drummond street 
M'Gregor, Mrs, 15 Chapel street 
M'Gregor, Mrs, prov. dealer, 13 Yardheads 
M'Gregor, Mrs Margaret, 11 Melville place 
M'Gregor, Mrs, lodgings, 1 1 Lothian street 
M'Gregor, Mrs, 5 North Junction st. Leith 
M'Gregor, Miss Isabella, clressm. 13 India st. 
M'Gregor, Miss Margaret, 34 Hanover street 
M'Gregor, Miss Mary, 14 St Vincent street 
M'Guire & Co. Operative hat factory, 73 St 

Mary's wynd. — See Adv. 
Machattie, Mrs, 4 Park place 
M'Hutcben, W. 5 Randolph crescent 
M'Indoe, VVm. billposter, 1 N. Bank street. — 

See Adv. 
M'Innes, Don. provision dealer, 7 Jamaica st. 
M'Innes, J., tin-plate worker, 7 Lothian st. 
Macintosh, Alex, painter and paperhanger, 4 

Meuse lane — bo. 129 High street 
Macintosh, J. A. wood engraver, 35 Lothian 

street 
Macintosh, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 57 Hanover st. 
M'Intosh, Adam, glass-cutter, Greenside lane 
M'Intosh, Allan, bookseller, 70 Nicolson st. 
M'Intosh, Andrew, cooper, 47 Crosscausey 
M'Intosh, Geo. shoemaker, 39 Candlemaker 

row 
M'Intosh, George, writer, 25 Pitt street 
M'Intosh, Henry, furnisher to shoemakers, 

22 South Richmond street 
M'Intosh, Jas. bookseller, 5 No. College street, 

and 7 North Bank street — house, 2 North 

College street 
M'Intosh, James, tailor and clothier, 25 & 25 

North bridge — house, G8 Lauriston place 
M'Intosh, James C. 4 Melbourne place 
M'Intosh, James, writer, 1 Mary's place 
M'Intosh, Jn. mail-guard, 1 So. St James' st. 
M'Intosh, Jn. church officer, 23 St Andrew sq. 
M'Intosh, M. chimney sweeper, 5 Coburg st. 
M'Intosh, Robt. tobacconist, 34 Kirkgate 
M'Intosh, R. pavement merch. 24 Sheriff brae 
M'Intosh, Robt. furniture dealr. 233 Cowgate 
M'Intosh, Thomas, livery stables, 26 William 

street lane 
M'Intosh, Wm. shoemaker, 25 Kirkgate — ho. 

12 Glover street 
M'Intosh, William, lighthouse store-keeper, 

Granton cottages 
-M'Intosh, William (Aird,M'I. $■ Co.) Osborne 

cottage, Queensferry road 



M'Intosh, Mrs, lodgings, 64 Buccleuch street 
M'Intosh, Mrs, Madeira cottage, Canaan lane 
Macintyre, Wm. 3 Rankeillor street 
M'Intyre, Daniel, linen draper, 381 High st. 

—house, 1 Fingal place 
M'Intyre, Dun. combmaker, 2 Northumber- 
land street 
M'Intyre, Donald, Jordan bank 
M'Intyre, John, missionary, 10 Glover streefc 
M'Intyre, John, bootmaker, 124 Pleasance 
M'Intyre, John, 12 Dean street 
M'Intyre, Joseph, spirit dealer, 180 High st. 
M'Intyre, N. S. missionary, Sciennes hill 
M'Intyre, Mrs, 1 Fingal place 
M'Intyre, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 35 Scotland st. 
M'Intyre, Misses, French stay makers and 

milliners, 29 London street 
M'lver, Jas. clothier and outfitter, -25, 81, 

& 82 St Mary's wynd. — See Adv. 
M'lvor, John, hosier and draper, 76 Nicolson 

street— house, 7 East Preston street 
M'Kain, James, shoemaker, 5 South St James* 

street 
Mackail, Hugh, 3 Madeira place 
Mackay & Chisholm, jewellers, silversmiths, 

and dealers in curiosities, 49 North bridge 
Mackay, Adam, wright and undertaker, 29 

Horse wynd 
Mackay, Arch, basket maker, Bailie Fyfe's 

close, 107 High street 
Mackay, Benjamin, A.M. 5 St James' square 
Mackay, C. G. 17 Lutton place 
Mackay, Charles, goldsmith, 7 Baxter's place 
Mackay, Cunningham, & Co. goldsmiths to the 

Queen, 54 Princes street 
Mackay, D. tailor and clothier, 300 Lawn- 
market 
Mackay, D., City and Dean of Guild officer, 

40 N. Richmond street 
Mackay, Dav. boot and shoemaker, 38 Leith 

street — house, 25 Gayfield square 
Mackay, David, hairdresser, 8 Greenside pi. 
Mackay, David, tea merchant, 42 North 

bridge — ho. 5 Leith street terrace 
Mackay, Donald, 14 Howe street 
Mackay, Donald, messenger, City of Glasgow 

Bank, 10 Hanover street 
Mackay, Duncan, gardener, Grange loan 
Mackay, Eneas, tea and coffee dealer, 10 W. 

Richmond street — house, 11 
Mackay, Francis A. (Boyul Bank of Scotland), 

3 Stafford street 
Mackay, George, grocer and spirit merchant, 

2 St Leonard street 
Mackay, Henry, tailor, 15 S. College street 
Mackay, II. grocer, 509 Lawnmarket 
Mackay, Jas. (Nat. Bank), 24 Quality street 
Mackay, James (M., Cunningham, fr Co.), 10 

Shandwick place 
Mackay, James, coal merchant, 4 Newport 

street 
Mackay, Jas. T. hat manufacturer, 64 North 

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Mackay, John {Public Library), house fac- 
tor, 2 Janefield place, Leith 
Mackay, John A. of Blackcastle, 26 George 

square 
Mackay, John (M. &f Chisholm), 41 E. Clare- 

mont street 
Mackay, John, 166 Rose street 
Mackay, John, pharmaceutical chemist, 121 

George street — house, 7 St Bernard's cres. 
Mackay, John, accountant, 3 Shrub place 
Mackay, John, 12 Castle street 
Mackay, John, spirit merchant, 168 High 

street 
Mackay, Major, 21 Walker street 
Mackay, Neil, builder, Morton street — hou9e, 

59 Kirkgate, Leith 
Mackay, Robt., W. S. (Hope $ M'K.), 10 

Shandwick place 
Mackay, Robert, 1 Elder street 
Mackay, Thomas G., W.S. 7 Albyn place 
Mackay, Thomas (British Linen Co. Bank), 

14 Henderson row 
Mackay, Thomas, tailor, 134 High street 
Mackay, T. bootmaker, 6 Northumberland 

place 
Mackay, Win. 5 Hope street 
Mackay, Wm. cork-cutter, 31 Blair street 
Mackay, Wm. governor Canongate Poor- 
house, Tolbooth wynd 
Mackay, Mrs A., milliner, 24 Lothian street 
Mackay, Mrs Alex. 7 Torphichen street 
Mackay, Mrs Andw, 7 Drummond street 
Mackay, Mrs David, 3 West Newington 
Mackay, Mrs J. ladies' nurse, 27 William 

street 
Mackay, Mrs Marg. grocer and spirit dealer, 

3 Carrubber's close 
Mackay, Mrs, 23 Dublin street 
Mackay, Mrs, wax-flower maker, 3 Tollcross 
Mackay, Mrs, of Bighouse, 14 Alva street 
Mackay, Mrs, Williamfield, Newhaven 
Mackay, Miss, 69 Northumberland street 
Mackay, Miss Christian, dressmaker, 4 West 

Adam street 
Mackay, Misses, milliners & furriers, 1 Elder 

street 
M'Kay, James, coal agent, Scotland street 

station 
M'Kay, John, spirit dealer, Newhaven 
M'Kay, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 35 Coatfield lane 
M'Kean, Alexander, baker, 2 Charles street 
M'Kean, Andrew, 14 Scotland street 
M'Kean, Martin, baker, 24 Bread st. and 177 

Fountainbridge 
M'Kean, Robert C. 3 Great King street 
M'Kean, Mrs J. Blair park, Ferry road 
M'Kechan, D. & Co. wrights and funeral 

undertakers, 3 Infirmary street 
M'Kechney, A. furnace-builder, 80 Potterrow 
M'Kechnie, James, coal merchant, branch 

offices 7 South St David st. and Lochrin 
M'Kechnie, William (Doig, M'K. Sp Davis), 

10 Calton hill 



M'Kelvie, Jas. Western Colliery Co. Hay- 
market — house, 11 W. Maitland st. — See 
Adv. 
M'Kelvie, Jas. coal merchant, branch office, 

1 Junction br. Wharf, North Leith 
M'Kelvie, John, surveyor of taxes, 6 Waterloo 

place — house, 5 Lutton place 
M'Kenna, T. china merchant, 174 Cowgate 
Mackens, Lorenz, spirit merchant, 19 Sand- 
port street 
Mackenzie & Fraser, W.S. 35 Frederick st. 
Mackenzie & Gentle, W.S. 17 George street 
Mackenzie & Kermack, W.S. 9 Hill street 
Mackenzie & Middlemas, cooks and confec- 
Mackenzie, Innes, & Logan, W.S. 23 Queen st. 

tioners, 63 Queen st. — ho. 63 
Mackenzie, A. jeweller, 27 Nicolson st. 
Mackenzie, A. K. Manager Commercial Bank, 

George street 
Mackenzie, Alexander, 19 Charlotte square 
Mackenzie, Alex, accountant, 4 Charlotte 

place 
Mackenzie, A. teacher of music, 41 Heriot row 
Mackenzie, A. C. (J. Wilson &p Co.), 24 

Greenside place 
Mackenzie, Alex. 22 Raeburn place 
Mackenzie, Alex, clothier, 42 Lothian street 
Mackenzie, Alex, late captain 58 th Regt. 1 

Danube street 
Mackenzie, Andrew, Corn exchange officer 
Mackenzie, David, surgical instrument maker 
& cutler, 58 So. bridge — ho. 5 Drummond 
street 
Mackenzie, David M., S.S.C. 22 Dundas street 
Mackenzie, Don. advocate, 12 Great Stuart st. 
Mackenzie, D. pharmaceutical chemist, 40 

Dublin street — house, 38 
Mackenzie, Frank, teacher of music, 32 St 

Patrick square 
Mackenzie, Geo. W.S. 9 Hill street 
Mackenzie, James (M'K., Innes, fy Logan), 9 

Doune terrace 
Mackenzie, James, tailor, 3 N. St David st. 
Mackenzie, James Hay, W.S. 17 George st. 

— house, 1 Lynedoch place 
Mackenzie, James, tinsmith, 151 West port 
Mackenzie, James, grocer and spirit dealer, 37 

India place 
Mackenzie, J. W. & J., W.S. 16 Royal circus 
Mackenzie, John, W.S. 16 Royal circus 
Mackenzie, John Whitefoord, W.S. 16 Royal 

circus 
Mackenzie, John, commission agent, 8 Car- 
negie street 
Mackenzie, John, city chop and pie house, 

169 High street 
Mackenzie, John, gardener, Rose cottage, 

Grange loan 
Mackenzie, John, invalid nurse, 4 Dalrymple 

place 
Mackenzie, John U. 7 Buccleuch place 
Mackenzie, John, treasurer of the Bank of 
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Mackenzie, John, billiard rooms, 3 W. Register 

street 
Mackenzie, J. O. (JMPK. $ Kermach), 7 Royal 

circus 
Mackenzie, John Ord, W.S. master extraor- 
dinary in Chancery, & commissioner of the 
Courts of Queen's Bench, Common Pleas, 
and Exchequer, 9 Hill street 
Mackenzie, Rev. John, 1 Oxford terrace 
Mackenzie, Joseph, 2 Hermitage hill, Leith 
Mackenzie, Kenneth, C.A. 29 Northumber- 
land street 
Mackenzie, Lord, 24 Heriot row 
Mackenzie, T. bank messenger, 46 Bernard 

street 
Mackenzie, T. of Applecross, 10 Heriot row 
Mackenzie, Thos. W.S. 35 Frederick st. 
Mackenzie, Wm. B. manufacturer of Shetland 
shawls, hosiery, and woollen underclothing, 
121 Princes street 
Mackenzie, W., M.D., H.E.I.C.S. 14 Carlton 

terrace 
Mackenzie, William, bookseller and publisher, 

39 South bridge 
Mackenzie, W. B. 1 Laverock bank, Trinity 
Mackenzie, Wm. lodgings, 22 Ainslie place 
Mackenzie, Wm. boot maker, 1 York place 
Mackenzie, Mrs A. lodgings, 111 George st. 
Mackenzie, Mrs Finlay, wine and spirit mer- 
chant, 6 South College street 
Mackenzie, Mrs Wm. 3 Hamburgh place 
Mackenzie, the Hon. Mrs, 16 Moray place 
Mackenzie, Mrs, midwife, 150 High street 
Mackenzie, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 10 Duncan st., 

Drummond place 
Mackenzie, Mrs J. A., 44 Rankeillor street 
Mackenzie, Mrs Richard, 31 Abercromby pi. 
Mackenzie, Mrs Samuel, 15 Nelson street 
Mackenzie, Mrs, 5 Lynedoch place 
Mackenzie, Mrs, 22 Lynedoch place 
Mackenzie, Mrs, 57 Inverleith row 
Mackenzie, Mrs, teacher of music, 7 Buc- 

cleuch place 
Mackenzie, Miss, boarding establishment for 

young ladies, Morningside bank house 
Mackenzie, Miss, Jordan bank, Morningside 
Mackenzie, Miss, French staym. 59 Thistle 

street 

Mackenzie, Miss, teacher of music, 4 Char- 
lotte place 
Mackenzie, Misses, 18 Hart street 
M'Kenzie, Alexander, tailor, 3 Clyde street 
M'Kenzie, Rev. Andrew, 9 Grange loan 
M'Kenzie, David, ironmonger, 36 Victoria st. 
M'Kenzie, James, bookbinder and stationer, 

22 Duke street 
M'Kenzie, T. & AY. jewellers, 107 Rose st. 
M'Kenzie, Thomas, 10 Society, Brown sq. 
M'Kenzie, Wm. tailor, 10 Duncan street 
M'Kenzie, William, mason, Hope Park cot. 
M'Kenzie, Mrs D. lodgings, 16 E. Adam st. 
M'Kenzie, Mrs, straw-hat maker, 5 Alison 
square 



M'Kerracher, Miss J. Berlin and fancy ware- 
house, 48 North Frederick street — ho. 53 

M'Kerrell, Mrs, 42 Drummond place 

Mackersy, L. 24 London street 

Mackersy, Wm., W.S. 24 London street 

Mackey, John, plate, crown, and sheet glass 
agent, 24 Greenside place 

Mackichan, Mrs B. boarding school, 11 Belle- 
vue crescent 

Mackid, Mrs, 34 Danube street 

Mackie & Co., tailors and clothiers, 4 High st. 

Mackie, Chas. surgeon, 7 N.-W. Circus place 

Mackie, Chas. secretary of the Society for the 
Relief and Encouragement of the Fishermen 
in the Western Highlands, 9 Roxburgh ter. 

Mackie, John W. biscuit manufacturer to 
the Queen and Royal Family, 108 Princes 
street 

Mackie, Lieut. John, instructor of military 
and civil engineering and mining, in the 
Scottish Military Academy, 4 Raeburn pi. 

Mackie, John (G.P.-O.) 8 West Adam street 

Mackie, John, tin smith and gasfitter, 43 
Cumberland street 

Mackie, John Duff, shipmaster, 36 Albany 
street, Leith 

Mackie, N. M. (M. B. b> Co.), 3 Janefield pi. 

Mackie, Thomas, shipmaster, 4 London row 

Mackie, Wm. commission mercht. 27 Quality 
street 

Mackie, Mrs, lodgings, 7 George street 

Mackie, Mrs, 9 John's place, Leith 

Mackie, Mrs, 10 Hermitage place, Leith 

Mackie, Mrs, 25 India street 

Mackie, Miss, milliner and dressmaker, 8 
Wemyss place 

Mackinlay, David, of Newlandburn, 25 Roj-al 
terrace 

Mackinlay, Duncan, woollen draper, and 
outfitter, 2 Bank street — ho. Annfield ho. 
Hope park 

Mackinlay, John (late of Customs), Laurel 
bank, Bonnington 

Mackinlay, P. & Co. general drapers, outfit- 
ters, and stay manufacturers, 1 Bank street, 
and 427 and 429 Lawnmarket 

Mackinlay, Robt. missionary, 13 Meadow pi. 

Mackinlay, Samuel, 138 Nicolson street 

Mackinlay, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 38 India place 

M 'Kinky, Chas. & Co. winemerchts. and gen. 
agents, 104 Constitution street 

M'Kinlay, Chas. ( M'K. & Co.), 14 Pilrig st. 

M'Kinlay, P. assistant-master, John Watson's 
institution 

M'Kinlay, Wm. boot and shoemak. 3 Dean st. 

M'Kinlay, Mrs Letitia, commercial house, 
17 George street 

Mackimion, Charles, 23 Great King street 

Mackintosh, Alex, dairyman, 13 Greenside st. 

Mackintosh, Alexander, tailor and clothier, 
48 Dundas street 

Mackintosh, Andrew, advocate, 31 Northum- 
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Mackintosh, James, of La Mancba, 75 Queen 

street 
Mackintosh, John, tobacconist, 42 Nicolson 
St., 155 High st., and 63 S. bridge — house, 
Eden cottage, Hope park 
Mackintosh, John (Inland Revenue), 2 Forbes 

street, Beaumont place 
Mackintosh, L., S.S.C. 31 Northumberland st. 
Mackintosh, Robert, furniture dealer, 233 

Cowgate 
Mackintosh, R. T. seedsman & nurseryman, 
7 Victoria street — ho. Abbey-mount house 
Mackintosh, William, writer, 18 Lothian st. 
Mackintosh, Mrs, lace-joiner and repairer, 

43 Great King street 
Mackintosh, Mrs, of Geddes, 3 Montpelier 
Mackintosh, Mrs, 25 Scotland street 
Mackintosh, Miss, milliner and dressmaker, 

19 Salisbury street 
Mackintosh, Miss, 17 Clarence street 
Macknight, A.Edward, advocate, 12 London 

street 
Macknight, James, W.S. 12 London street 
Macknight, Yv r m. spirit dealer, 40 W. Rich- 
mond street 
Macknight, Mrs, 12 London street 
Mackray, Rev. W. 3 Roxburgh street 
M'Kutcheon, William B. lodgings, 39 Albany 

street 
Maclachlan & Stewart, booksellers and pub- 
lishers, 64 South bridge 
Maclachlan, Ivory, and Rodger, W.S. 22 Duke 

street 
Maclachlan, D. (Jf. £ S.) 2 Fingal place 
Maclachlan, G. (Jf'L., Ivory, gj Rodger), 21 

Duke street 
Maclachlan, John (M. Sf Stewart), 44 Gil- 
more place 
Maclachlan, Robert, 6 Wemyss place 
M'Lachlan's lodgings, 32 Earl Grey street 
M'Lachlan, John,teacher,21 Gardner's cresct. 
M'Lachlan, Robert, 81 Canongate 
M'Lachlan, T. fish dealer, E. Cumberland lane 
M'Lachlan, Wm. & Andw., grocers and wine 
merchants, 5 Lindsay place — ho. 38 llan- 
keillor street 
Maclagan, David, M.D., vice-president of the 
Royal College of Physicians, 129 George st. 
Maclagan, David, C.A., manager Alliance As- 
surance Company, 129 George street 
Maclagan, Douglas", M.D., F.R.C.S., & lecturer 

on materia medica, 28 Heriot row 
Maclagan, Peter, 77 Great King street 
Maclagan, Mrs Dr, 1 Helen pi. Leith mount 
Maclaine, D. of Lochbuy, 15 Royal circus 
M'Laine, Angus, 39 Inverleith row 
Maclaren, C. Moreland cottage, Grange loan 
Maclaren, J. teacher, 11 Hamilton pi. — ho. 10 
Maclaren, John, bookseller and stationer, 139 

Princes street — house, 59 Castle street 
M'Laren, Oliver, & Co. silk mercery, shawl, 
drapery, and general furnishing warehouse, 
329 High street 



M'Laren and Anderson, sugar, glass, lead 
agents, merchants and commission agents, 
24 St James square 

M'Laren, Rev. Alex. (BuccJeuch church) 5 : 
Buccleucb place 

M'Laren, Daniel, cork manufacturer, 6 East 
Adam street 

M'Laren, Daniel, baker, 22 Duke st. Leith 

M'Laren, Dav. (Jas. M'L. #■ Sons), 36 Green- 
hill gardens 

M'Laren, D. & Co- merchts. 9 Constitution st. 

M'Laren, D. and G. wine merchants, 15 St 
Andrew street, Leith 

M'Laren, David (D. M'L. 8r Co.), 1 5 Forth st. 

M'Laren, Dun. John's coffee house, 307 High 
street 

M'Laren, Duncan, Newington house 

M'Laren, Duncan, agent for the Perceton 
fire-clay sewerage pipes, chimney cans, and 
all kinds of fire-clay goods — depot, Lothian 
road.— See Adv. 

M'Laren, G. Adinston (Z>. # G. M'Laren), 1 
Cassells' place 

M'Laren, James,& Sons, wholesale tea dealers, 
2 Victoria terrace 

M'Laren, James, (J. M'L. §* Sons), 42 Geo. 
square 

M'Laren, James, bootmaker, 6 Duncan st — 
house, 20 Drummond place 

M'Laren, James, N. B. Railway, 1 Spring 
Garden cottage, Abbey hill 

M'Laren, Jas. (Smith §M-L.), 10 Wellington 
place 

M'Laren, James, bootmaker, 51 South bridge 
— ho. 15 Nicolson square 

M'Laren, John, advocate, 12 Dublin st. 

M'Laren, John, riddle maker aud wooden- 
ware merchant, 98 West bow 

M'Laren, John, spirit dealer, 1 Bath street 

M'Laren, John, boot and shoe maker, 2 
Glanville pi. 

M'Laren, J. boot & shoemaker, 2 Veitch's pi. 

M'Laren, John, refreshment rooms, 2 Princes 
street 

M'Laren, John, spirit dealer, 220 Cowgate — 
house, 30 St John's hill 

M'Laren, Joseph, merchant, 1 l2Lauristoupl. 

M'Laren, M. wine and spirit merchant, 14 J 
Roxburgh place 

M'Lareu, Peter, cabinetmaker and upholsterer, 
22 Greenside place — ho. 59 Broughton st. I 

M'Laren, Wm. ( Wm. Gray % Co.), 7 Pilrig st. 

M'Laren, Mrs Catharine, 24 Clarence street 

M'Laren, Mrs Neil, 56 Great King street 

M'Laren, Miss Jane, Moredun, Spring gar- 
dens, Abbey bill 

Maclauchlan, Rev. Thos. Viewforth manse 

M'Lauchlan^Peter, tea, wine, and spirit mer- 
chant, 34 Castle street 

M'Lauchlan, Wm. B. fish curer and fish 
salesman, 20 S. College st. and 4 Upper St 
John's hill 

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M'Laugblan, Mary, dealer in old clothes, 80 

St Mary's wynd 
Maclaurin, J. {British Linen Co.), 6 West 

Claremont street 
Maclaurin, Mrs J. 6 West Claremont street 
Maclaurin, Mrs, Ivy lodge, Trinity 
M'Lay, P. {Melrose £$ Co.), 27 Hamilton pi. 
M'Lay, David, 34 Whitefield.place 
Maclean & Son, grocers, fruiterers, and Italian 

warehousemen to the Queen, 27 Princes st. 

and 61 Queen st. 
Maclean, Alex. S.S.C. 23 Scotland street 
Maclean, Alex, architect, 9 N. St Andrew st. 

— ho. Larkfield, Ferry road 
Maclean, George J. teacher of writing, 90 

Fountainbridge 
Maclean, John, 21 Albany street 
Maclean's School, 19 Thistle st. — D. Hunter, 

teacher 
Maclean, Mrs, Dick pi. 

M'Lean & Hope, corn, seed, and guano mer- 
chants, 1 King's stables, Grassmarket 
M'Lean, And. basketmaker and importer of 

willows, 61 Tolbooth wynd, Leith 
M'Lean, Charles, engraver and enameller, 17 

Elder street 
M'Lean, Charles, mattress-maker, 72 Tol- 
booth wynd, Leith 
M'Lean, Charles, grocer, tea and winemercht. 

5 Queensferry street — house, 4 
M'Lean, Dug. & Son, purveyors of fruit to 

the Queen, 61 Queen street 
M'Lean, George, 56 Lothian street 
M'Lean, Hector F., W.S. 5 Hill st— house, 3 

Greenhill gardens 
M'Lean, James, spirit merchant, 133 High st. 

— ho. 18 Drummond st. 
M'Lean, John S. K. (British TAnen Company's 

bank) 5 Laverock hank, Trinity 
M'Lean, John, 11 Portland place 
M'Lean, Malcolm, 25 Royal crescent 
M'Lean, Malcolm, gentlemen's sick nurse, 148 

Rose street 
M'Lean, Niel, 9 Danube street 
M'Lean, Thomas, Newbattle terrace 
M'Lean, William, boot & shoe warehouse, 275 

fianongate 
M'Lean, William, ironmonger, 27 Bread st. 
M'Lean, Mrs, repository, 1 9 S. College street 
M'Lean, Mrs, lodgings, 2 Portland terrace 
M'Lean, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 153 Rose street 
M'Lean, Mrs, milliner, 3 Elder st. 
M'Lean, Mrs, 2 Hill street 
M'Lean, Mrs, 2 Charlotte street, Leith 
M'Lean, Mrs D. 47 Frederick street 
M'Lean, Misses, 2 1 Albany street 
M'Lean, Misses, milliners, 2 Charlotte street, 

Leith 
M'Leay, Ken., R.S.A. portrait painter and 

photographer, 4 Salisbury pi. — house, 16 

Carlton st. 
M'Leish, James, grocer and spirit dealer, 57 

Pleasance 



M'Lellan & Son, booksellers and news agents, 
20 Tolbooth wynd, Leith 

M'Lellan, Mrs, 17 Warriston crescent 

M'Lellan, Miss, teacher, Leith Mill road 

M'Lennan, Chas. wine and spirit merchant, 
186 Canongate 

M'Lennan, Donald, spirit dealer, 43 High st. — 
bo. 8 East Adam street 

M'Lennan, Hugh, gatekpr. Stewart's hospital 

M'Lennan, John Ferguson, advocate, 6 Nor- 
thumberland st. 

M'Lennan, Mrs J. sick-nurse, 39 India place 

M'Lennan, Mrs, spirit dealer, 148 Cowgate 

Macleod, Alexander, 37 Lauriston place 

Macleod, Donald, 8 Glover st. 

Macleod, Donald, agent for A. Fullarton & 
Co. publishers, 2 Darling's buildings 

Macleod, Donald, hatter, 10 South bridge 

Macleod, D. R. & Co. commission merchants, 
and agents for the London Assur. Corpora- 
tion, 15 Quality street, Leith 

Macleod, J. G. E. {Edin. Academy), 1 Brandon 
street 

Macleod, J. tailor & clothier, 37-a Broughton 
street 

Macleod, Neill, 4 Laverock bank, Trinity 

Macleod, Rod. gutta percha and American 
over-shoe warehouse, 95 Princes street 

Macleod, Russell M. chemist and druggist, 1 
S. College street 

Macleod, Wm. tailor, &c. 23 Howe st. — ho. 
71 Cumberland street 

Macleod, Mrs, 3 Crichton street 

M'Leod, H. coach-hirer, 11 South College st. 

M'Leod, James B. teacher, Heriot's school, 
Old Assembly close — ho. Mount Pleasant, 
Canaan, Morningside 

M'Leod, Jn. animal-painter, 4 Buccleuch st. 

M'Leod, K. house-painter, 23 East Thistle st. 

M'Leod, Mrs, of Polbeth, 2 George street, 
North Leith 

M'Leod, Miss, 9 Archibald place 

M'Leod, Miss, teacher, 20 Coburg street 

M'Letchie, Rev. Jas. D.D. 6 Regent terrace 

M'Louglin, Charles, 3 Mainpoint 

M'Lucas, Mrs, 13 Buccleuch place 

M'Luskie, William, shoe merchant, 349 High 
street 

Macmahon, J. and Sons, furriers, 37 Hanover 
street, skin warehouse, Rose Street lane — 
house, 23 Duke street 

Macmahon, Richard, Clarendon hotel, 104 
and 105 Princes street 

M'Master, J. superintendent of county police, 
County buildings — house, 369 High street 

Macmaster, John, 1 7 Roxburgh street 

Macmillan, John, M.A. {High School), 15 Buc- 
cleuch place 

M'Millan, Andrew, flesh er, 7 High market- 
house, 66 Leith wynd 

M'Millan, Chas. shipmaster, 6 Hamburgh pi. 

M'Millan, Dugald, teacher, 50 Brunswick 
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M'Millan, George, 1 Graham street 

M'Millan, James, shipmaster, 6 Hamburgh pi. 
North Leith 

M'Millan., Thos. jun. flesher, 16 East Adam 
street 

M'Millan, T. & T. butchers, 67 Nicolscn st. 
and 20 Greenside place — house, 4 Union 
street 

M'Millan, Mrs, 5 Dundas street 

M'Minn,Francis, superintendent, Agriculturist 
Insurance Co. 48 Cumberland street 

M'Minn, James, Clydesdale Bank, 25 Cbeyne 
street 

M'Morrin, Adam, dairy, 13 New street 

MacMurdo, Misses, 9 Church hill 

M'Murray, James, bootmaker, 36 Candle- 
maker row 

M'Murtrie, Thomas, 20 Brunswick street 

Macnab & Ritchie, wholesale ironmongers 
and nail manufacturers, 294 and 300 Lawn- 
market 

Macnab, James, writer, 3 Darling's buildings 

Macnab, John {A. Fullarton and Co. pub- 
lishers), Findlater lodge, Trinity 

Macnab, John, writer, 1 Lower Gilmour pi. 

Macnab, Peter, ironmonger {M. <£ R.), 51 
Earl Grey street 

M'Nab, A. and J. scourers, dyers, and clear 
starchers, Inglis' green bleachfield — shop, 39 
Queen street. — See Adv. 

M'Nab and Shepherd, drapers, 55 and 57 
North Hanover street 

M'Nab, James, curator of the Royal Botanic 
gardens, Inverleith row 

M'Nab, James, grocer and wine merchant, 17 
Downie place — house, 1 Lower Gilmour pi. 

M'Nab, Malcolm, 16 St Vincent street 

M'Nab, Peter, wine and spirit merchant, 7 
East Richmond street 

M'Nab, Mrs Robert, 37 Dublin street 

Macnair, John, brewer, 11 St Anthony street 
— house, 33 Moray place 

Macnair, Mrs, 5 1 Queen street 

M'Nair, Alex. 46 George street 

M'Nair, William, mercht. 21 Quality street 
— house, 12 Eastfield 

M'Nairn, John {G.P.-O.) 2 Parkside street 

M'Naught, Mrs, 54 South Clerk street 

M'Naughton & Co. commission agents, 128 
Constitution street 

M'Naughton, A. spirit dealer, 1 Rutland pi. 

M'Naughton, Alexander ( Wright and M.), 
1 Manor place 

M'Naughton, John, licensed coppersmith 
and brazier, Edinburgh and Leith Copper 
Works, Fife place 

M'Naughton, Mrs, 33 Montagu street 

M'Naughton, Misses, 8 Atholl place 

M'Naulty, J. shoe warehouse, 8 St Mary's 
wynd 

Macnee, James, & Co. coach and harness- 
maker, 106 Princes street and 148 Fountain- 
bridge 



M'Nees, William, watchmaker, 153 High street 

M'Neilie, David {Chancery), 21 Nelson street 

M'Neilie, John {Chancery), 5 Buccleuch 
street 

Macneill, Captain Hector, 8 Maitland street 

M'Neill, Archibald, W.S. 8 Hill street— ho. 
73 Great King st. 

M'Neill, Right Hon. Duncan, Lord Justice- 
General, 73 Great King street 

M'Neill, Sir John, G.C.B. Granton house 

M'Neill, Robert, wright, 1 Nelson place — 
house, 2 Northumberland place 

M'Neill, Mrs Col. 23 St Cuthbert street 

M'Nicol, Wm. 19 Brunswick street 

M'Nicoll, Alex, shoemaker, 9 Hamilton pi. 

M'Nicoll, Mrs James, 26 Pitt street 

Macnie, J. & C. wine and spirit merchants, 
102 West port 

Macnish, Wm, 28 Warriston crescent 

M'Niven, Allan, wine and spirit merchant, 
2 Lothian street — house, 3 Potterrow 

Macniven and Cameron {established 1770), 
wholesale stationers, 23, 25, 27, &29 Blair st. 

Macniven, James, 9 Henry street 

Macniven, P. & W. & Co., wholesale sta- 
tioners and pasteboard mftrs. 19 Blair st. 

M'Ord, David, 10 Buccleuch street 

Macphail, Myles, publisher, 11 So. St David 
street — house, 4 Comely Green place 

Macphail, N\co\{agentfor M' Kenzie, publisher), 
39 South bridge 

Macphail, Wm. bookseller, stationer, and 
printer, 64 Leith street 

Macpherson, Alex, merchant, 28 Bernard st. 
— ho. 3 Leopold place 

Macpherson, Charles, engineer, superintend- 
ent of streets and buildings — office, Police 
chambers — house, 50 Cumberland street 

Macpherson, Daniel, stereotype founder, 11 
South Thistle street lane 

Macpherson, Very Rev. Dr Jn. St Mary's Ca- 
tholic Church, Broughton street 

Macpherson, Norman, advocate, 46 Northum- 
berland street 

M'Pherson, Arch. & Son, plasterers, 83 South 
Clerk street — house, 8 St Patrick street 

M'Pherson & Paxton, painters, &c. 46-a George 
street 

M'Pherson & Syme, printers, 12 South St 
David street 

M'Pherson, A. 155 Rose street 

M'Pherson, A. leather-cutter, 9 Little King st. 

M'Pherson, Alex, city officer, 3 Davie street 

M'Pherson, Archibald, painter and glazier, 8 
William street 

M'Pherson, Charles, whipmanuf. 50 High st. 
— ho. 51 Hope Park end 

M'Pherson, Charles {Macpherson and Syme), 
4 North Melville place 

M'Pherson, Lieut. Evan, 19 Gardner's cres- 
cent 

M'Pherson, Gavin, house agent, 83 South 
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M'Pherson, H. spirit mercht. 289 Canongate 

— house, 212 
M'Pherson, Jas. plumber and brassfounder, 

99 Constitution street — house, 105 
M'Pherson, John, 10 Graham street 
M'Pherson, John, crown-room-keeper, Edin. 

Castle 
M'Pherson, Peter, agricultural implement 

maker, 8 Norton place 
M'Pherson, Primrose, shopman, 18 Cumber- 
land street 
M'Pherson, W. (late of Customs), 5 Lapside 

place 
M'Pherson, Mrs C. ladies' nurse, 3 Comely- 
Green place 
M'Pherson, Mrs, 50 Cumberland street 
M'Pherson, Mrs, 35 Cumberland street 
M'Pherson, Mrs, 50 Rankeillor street 
M'Pherson, Mrs, of Glentruim, 12 Coates cres. 
M'Pherson, Mrs, lodgings, 57 York place 
M'Pherson, Miss, dairy, 4 Barony street 
Macqueen & Bridgeford, S.S.C., 72 Princes st. 
Macqueen, George (Justiciary Office), 9 

Meadow place 
Macqueen, John, haberdasher, 29 West Nicol- 

son street 
Macqueen, J. M. (M. <%■ B), Merchiston park 
Macqueen, Ken., H.E.I.C.S. 9 Royal circus 
Macqueen, Miss Caroline, baker, 9 India st. 
M'Queen, George, 51 Broughton street 
M'Queen, John, wholesale warehouseman, 67 

Great King street 
M'Queen, John, lodgings, 50 George street 
M'Quillen, James, dyer and renovator, 7 W. 

Adam street 
M'Quillen, Wm. silk- dyer and scourer, 4 

Portland place 
Macrae, Cameron, and Shand, clothiers, and 
habitmakers, late Willis and Williams, 105 
George street 
Macrae, James, plumber and gasfitter, 28 So. 

Hanover street 
Macrae, John A., LL.D., W.S. master ex- 
traordinary of the High Courts of Chancery 
of England and Ireland, 14 Gloucester place 
Macrae, John, grocer, 2 Clarence street 
Macrae, William, tailor, 32 Wright's houses 
M'Rae, Kenth. wine & spirit mercht. 45 Nicol- 

son street — house, 11 West Richmond st. 
M'Rae, Malcolm, grocer, 288 Canongate 
Macredie, Robert, 72 Northumberland street 
Macredie, Mrs, 69 Northumberland street 
Macredie, Miss, 69 Northumberland street 
Macritchie, Bayley, & Henderson, W.S. 11 

Royal Exchange 
Macritchie, J. Fife, Canal and Wishaw Coal 

office, 3 Dublin street 
Macritchie, Thos. Elder, of Craigton, W.S. 4 

Gayfield square 
Macritchie, W. D., M.D. 4 Archibald place 
Macritchie, Miss, 4 Gayfield square 
M'Ritchie, John, writer, 59 Lauriston place 
M'Tavish, Peter, lodgings, 22 India street 



M'Vean, Mat. grocer and spirit dealer, 3S 

William street 
M'Vey, James (M'Vey 8f Watson), 4 Old 

physic gardens 
M'Vey & Watson, brassfounders, gasfitters, 

and plumbers, 6 Old Physic gardens 
M'Vicar and Winks, dressmakers, &c. 42 

George street 
M'Vicar, Mrs, East Morningside house 
M'Vicar, Miss, 3 King's place 
M'Vie, Mrs, provision shop, 121 Canongate 
M'Vitie, Robert, baker and confectioner, 5 

Charlotte place 
M'Whannell, Peter, grocer and wine mercht. 

55 North Frederick st. and 6 India place 
M'Whea, Mrs, 9 South Melville place 
Macwhinnie, Mrs, 1 7 Minto street 
Macwhirter, Mrs, 17 Montagu street 
M'William, Robert, S.S.C. 23 London street 
M'William, Wm. agent, Stirling and Alloa 

Steam-boat Company, Granton 
M'William, Mrs, 25 Pitt street 
M'William, Mrs, lodgings, 51 Clerk street 
Machell, Edward, agent, 6 Beaumont place 
Mack, Andrew, writer, 5 York place 
Mack, James Smith (Spence Sf Mack), 8 

Smith's place, Leith walk 
Mack, Wm. B. hat and cap manuf. 2 Hunter 

square — house, 45 Montagu street 
Mack, Mrs, 3 West Arthur place 
Magee, Mrs C. dressmaker, 9 Antigua street 
Maidment, James, advocate, 25 Royal circus 
Main, David, commercial traveller, 112 Lau- 
riston place 
Main, Edward, seal and copperplate engraver, 

25 North bridge 
Main, Geo. spirit merchant, 1 Infirmary st. 
Main, Peter, Moredun, Spring gardens 
Main, Rev. Thos. (Free St Mary's), 7 Belle- 

vue crescent 
Main, Thos. hairdresser, 5 Coalhill 
Main, Mrs Thomas, 6 Leopold place 
Mair, Major Arthur, 29 Abercromby place 
Mair, William L. advocate, 41 York place 
Maitland, Edward Francis, advocate, 3 Ainslie 

place 
Maitland, George R., W.S. 7 North St An- 
drew street — house, 54 Melville street 
Maitland, George R., W.S., clerk of the 

peace, County buildings 
Maitland, John, 9 Walker street 
Maitland, Kenmure, 4 Hailes street 
Maitland, Mrs, 4 Torphichen street 
Makellar, Rev. Dr Angus, 8 Charlotte square 
Malcolm, Robert, grocer and spirit dealer, 

234 Cowgate 
Malcolm, R. B., M.D., F.R.C.P.E. 126 George 

street 
Malcolm, Walter, H.M. Customs, 2 Couper st. 
Malcolm, W r alter, W.S. 3 Hill street 
Malcolm, William, Greenhill bank, Morning- 
side 
Malcolm, Mrs, lodgings, 18 Charles street 



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Malcolm, Mrs, Middlefield house 
Malcolm, Mrs, Rockville lodge, Grange road 
Malcolm, Mrs, lodgings, 4 Wemyss place 
Malcolm, Miss, 28 London street 
Maiden, Mrs Jas. lodgings, 16 Albany street 
Malloch, Pat. & Son, map-mounters, 306 

Lawnmarket — house, 29 Wright's houses 
Malloch, Miss, 2 Shrub place 
Maloney, John, clothier, 19 St Mary's wynd 
Manchester Fire Insurance Co. 50 Castle 

street — -Murray & Beith, agents 
Manchester Fire Insurance Co.23 St Andrew 
sq — H.& J. G.Harrison, agents. — Sen Adv. 
Manchester Fire Insurance Co. 8 Bank st. 

— Wm. White Millar, S.S.C. agent 
Mann & Duncan, solicitors and notaries pub- 
lic, 21 Bernard street 
Mann, Alex, coach proprietor, Regent terrace 

lane 
Mann, Alex, solicitor, 6 Wellington place, 

Leith 
Mann, B. shipmaster, 29 Albany st. Leith 
Mann, William (Millan & 31.), 31 Stafford 

street 
Mann, Wm. writer, 21 Raeburn place, and 

119 Princes street 
Mann, Miss, 21 Leopold place 
Mansfield, Thomas, C.A. 26 Abercromby pi. 
Mansfield, Thomas, & Robert Spottiswoode, 

accountants, 7 Thistle street 
Manson, David, S.S.C. 23 Thistle street 
Manson, Miss, 12 Atholl place 
Mantica, Anthony, 15 Catharine street 
Manuel, J. & D. ale and porter bottlers, and 

cork manufacturers, 17 Picardy place 
Manuel, John, canteen master, Edinburgh 

Castle 
Manufactures, Board of Trustees for, 

Royal Institution, Mound 
March, Gerald E. Military Store Branch, 

Leith Fort 
Mariner's Church and School, 10 Dock st. 
Marjoribanks, Wm. 21 Inverleith row 
Marley Hill Coking Co.'s office for Scot- 
land, 3 East Register street 
Marquis of Lothian's coal office, N. B. station 
Marquis of Lothian's coal establishment, 
St Leonard's, Edinburgh, and 22 Baltic 
street, Leith — Hugh White, agent 
Marr, James, & Co. ^typefounders, 27 and 29 

New street, and London and Dublin 
Marr, Jas., M.D., F.R.C.P.E. 5 Brandon st. 
Marr, John, Richmond villa, Wardie, Ferry rd. 
Marr, John B. joiner and agricultural imple- 
ment maker, Richmond cottage, Ferry road 
Marr, Robert, 59 South bridge 
Marr, William, shoemaker, Loehend road 
Marr, Mrs James, 5 Vanburgh place, Leith 
Marrable, John, accountant, G.P-O., 16 

Mansion-house road, Grange 
Marrin, Michael, broker, 167 Cowgate 
Marre, John, Ratcliffe place, 166 Causeyside 
Marsh &, Beattie, publishers, booksellers, 



stationers, and artists' colourmen, 13 

Hanover street 
Marsh, A. (M. # Beattie) 7 Broughton pi. 
Marshall & Aitken, woollen drapers and clo- 
thiers, 27 North bridge 
Marshall & Small, artificial leg and bandage 

maker, 20 South Frederick street 
Marshall & Sons, jewellers & silversmiths, 87 

George street 
Marshall & Sutherland, plasterers, 26 John's 

lane, 4H Charlotte street, Leith 
Marshall, Alex. Maitland place, Newhaven 
Marshall, Arch. 41 Minto street 
Marshall, Capt. D., H.E.I.CS. 10 Royal ter. 
Marshall, David, C.A. 36 Hanover street — 

ho. 11 Dublin street 
Marshall, David, draper and stationer, 108 

West port — house, 29 Earl Grey street 
Marshall, F. J. 13 Royal terrace 
Marshall, George H. 3 Heriot row 
Marshall, George, hosier, glover, and shirt 

maker, 9 Waterloo pi. — ho. 3 Greenside st. 
Marshall, Geo. {late of Manilla), Grecian cot. 
Marshall, Rev. Henry, D.D., St Mary's 

Catholic Church, Broughton st. 
Marshall, James, plumber and gasfitter, 62 

Broughton street 
Marshall, J. and W. jewellers, 41 a George st. 
Marshall, James, & Sons, British wine ma- 
kers, wine and spirit merchants, 1 R-oxburgh 

place 
Marshall, James (.7". M. fr Sons), Mayfield 

terrace 
Marshall, James (Redpatk, Brown, §- Co.) 

Stead's place 
Marshall, James, plasterer, 33 Coatfield lane 
Marshall, James, silk mercer and haberdasher, 

40 South bridge 
Marshall, John, plumber and gasfitter, 15 

West Register street, and 11 S. St Andrew 

street — house, 11 York place 
Marshall, John, S.S.C. 22 Howe street 
Marshall, John, advocate, 11 Wemyss place 
Marshall, Robert, merchant, 86 Lauriston 

place, and farmer, Gateside, Kirkliston 
Marshall, Robert Burt, 120 Lauriston place 
Marshall, Robt. spirit dealer, Leven cottage 
Marshall, Robt. postmr. livery stables, Dublin 

street lane, office, 31 Dublin street 
Marshall, Thos. & Son, drapers, 14 W. Adam 

street 
Marshall, Thos. lodgings, 2 Trinity crescent 
Marshall, Thos., victual dealer, 2 Antigua st. 
Marshall, Thomas, officer, Boyal College of 

Physicians, 9 and 10 Queen street 
Marshall, Walter (J. $ W. M.), 25 Regent 

terrace 
Marshall, William, Danish consul-general for 

Scotland, 93 Constitution street, Leith 
Marshall, Wm. coachbuilder, 33 Leith walk 
Marshall, W. coal merchant, 1 Queensferryst. 
Marshall, Wm. & Co. gold and silversmiths, 

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Marshall, William, engineer, Stead's cottage, 

Stead's place 
Marshall, Wm. coal viewer, 11 Arniston pi. 
Marshall, Mrs Dr, 25 Alva street 
Marshall, Mrs, Canaan, Grange loan 
Marshall, Mrs Robert, Rosebank cottage 
Marshall, Mrs Thomas, 1 Laurie street, Leith 
Marshal], Mrs, midwife and ladies' nurse, 46 

Thistle street 
Marshall, Mrs Wm. IS Albany street 
Marshall, Mrs, 5 Pitt street, and Middle Go- 
thic cottage, Trinity 
Marshall, Mrs, 20 Rankeillor street 
Marshall, Mrs, 27 Howe street 
Marshall, Mrs, 30 Royal circus 
Marshall, Mrs, 41 Minto street 
Marshall, Mrs, midwife and ladies' nurse, 2 

Greyfriars' place 
Marshall, Mrs, 27 Elder street 
Marshall, Mrs, 120 Lauriston place 
Marshall, Miss, dressmaker, 30 Royal circus 
Marshall, Miss, 4 Gloucester place 
Marshall, Miss, 2 Bellevue terrace 
Marshall, Misses, 5 Grove street 
Martin and Prentice, tailors and clothiers, 1 

Allison place 
Martin, Alex, baker, 6 North Newington place 
Martin, Alex. 45 Cumberland street 
Martin, Charles A. commission agent, 45 

Montagu street 
Martin, David, baker, 235 Canongate 
Martin, Geo. plumber, 3 Picardy place — ho. 5 
Martin, J. & Son, cabinetmakers, 76 South 

Clerk street — house, 1 Clerk street 
Martin, James, wholesale, retail, and export 

stationer, engraver, and lithographer, 54 

Hanover st. — house, 52 
Martin, James Johnstone, surgeon, R.N. 10 

Hermitage, Leith 
Martin, Js. {late Wilson <5j 31.) 14 Dublin st. 
Martin, John, surgeon, 7 Coburg street 
Martin, J. S. {Bankof fyotland), 18 Fettesrow 
Martin, John, W.S. 32 Great King street 
Martin, John, farmer, Inverleith mains 
Martin, M. J., M.D. 16 Melville street 
Martin, Rev. Hugh, Grange road 
Martin, Robert, wood turner, Clyde st. lane 
Martin, Thomas, accountant, 49 Castle street 
Martin, W. furniture dealer, 29 Dundas st. 
Martin, Wm. plate-glass agent, glass mercht. 

and glazier, 15 Frederick street — house, 1 

Cambridge street 
Martin, Wm. victual dealer, 98Nicolson st 

house, 12 West Nicolson street 
Martin, Wm. victual dealer, 1 R.aeburn place 
Martin, Wm. spirit mer. 73 Tolbooth wynd, 

Leith 
Martin, Wm. spirit dealer, 4 Johnston place 
Martin, Mrs Col. Stephen, 33 Regent terrace 
Mariin, Mrs, tea, wine, and spirit merchant, 

1 9 Carnegie street 
Martin, Mrs John, 1 Eyre place 
Martin, Mrs, Clifton bank, 1 Cumin place 



Martin, Miss Agnes, 30 Clarence street 
Martin, Miss Anne, 15 Gloucester place 
Martin, Miss, 13 Melville street 
Martin, Miss, dressmaker, 2 St James' place 
Martinson, Jn. N. writer, 4 St Bernard's row 
Marwick, J. D. ( WattfyM.) 18 Carlton street 
Marwick, William, 9 St Bernard's row 
Marwick, Wm. ham and egg shop, 44 West 

Richmond street 
Mason, Alex, baker, 20 Couper street 
Mason, Andrew, brassfounder and gasfitter, 

Market street 
Mason, David, & Co. tea and coffee salesmen, 

S8 South bridge 
Mason, David, coal merchant, 4 Port- Hamil- 
ton — house, Miln villa, Grove road 
Mason, George, flesher, 48 Hanover street 
Mason, H. assist. -clerk of Session, 15 Reg. lio. 
Mason, James, S.S.C. 14 Pitt street 
Mason, Robert, Meadowbank 
Mason, Thomas, 2 Baltic street, Leith 
Mason, Thomas, house factor, 9 Hercles street 
Mason, Thomas R. W. ship insurance broker, 

Wet docks — house, 10 Cassels' place 
Mason, Wm., S.S.C. 6 Frederick street 
Mason, Mrs Agnes, 35 Castle 8treet 
Mason, Mrs Elizabeth, lodgings, 31 India st. 
Mason, Mrs J. prov. dealer, 3 St Mary's wynd 
Mason, Mrs J. lodgs. 8 Hamburgh pi. Leith 
Mason, Mrs, 27 Clyde street 
Mason, Mrs, lodgings, 1 Queensferry street 
Mason, Mrs, spirit dealer, 6 Queensferry st. — 

house, 1 
Mason, Mrs, 27 Minto street 
Masonic Lodge, Grand, of Scotland — His 
Grace the Duke of Athole, K.T. grand 
master; W. A. Laurie, G. secretary ; A. J. 
Stewart, G. clerk — Freemason's Hall, 98 
George st., William M. Bryce, grand tyler, 
129 Rose street 
Masonic Lodge of Edinburgh, Mary's Chapel 
— F. D. M'Cowan, M.D. 23 Elder street, 
master; Robert Gordon, 16 Elder street, 
sec. — 2d Tuesday, each month, Ship hotel, 

E. Register street 

Masonic Lodge, Canongate Kilwinning — 
Thomas Drybrough, 7 Manor pi. master; 
Stewart Watson, artist, 33 Howe street, 
secretary — 2d Wednesday, monthly 

Masonic Lodge, Canongate & Leith — Tho- 
mas Duncan, Bonnington mount, master; 

F. Stephens, Stanwell Lodge, Leith, sec. — 
1st Tues., monthly 

Masonic Lodge, Journeymen — Wm. Hunter, 
3 Wallace place, master; Robt. Phimester, 
wright, 14 Lauriston st. sec. — 3d Thurs- 
day, do. 

Masonic Lodge, St David's — Alex. Downie, 
10 Saxe Coburg pi. master; H. P. Home, 
G.P.-O. sec. — 3d Tuesday, do. 

Masonic Lodge, St Luke's — George Paterson, 
3 Coates crescent, master — 3d Monday, do. i 

Masonic Lodge, St Andrew — Charles S. Law, 

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98-b, George street, master ; S. E. Trotter, 
73 George street, sec. 

Masonic Lodge, St James's, Operative — 
James Leggat, 4 Port-Hopetoun, master; 
William Murdoch, 4 Rose street, sec. — 1st 
Thursday, evert/ month 

Masonic Lodge, St Stephen's — Edward Mit- 
chell, 18 Dundas St., master; David Reid, 
Johnston terrace, sec. — 2d Monday, do. 

Masonic Lodge, Defensive Band— George 
Laing, 50 Leith st., master; James Gregory, 
50 London street, sec. — 4th Tuesday, do. 

Masonic Lodg;e, Roman Eagle — Dr Middle- 
ton, 4 St John st. master ; Alex. Hender- 
son, 22 W. Nicolson st., sec. — 3d Wed., do. 

Masonic Lodge, Portobello — Alex. Scott, 
High st. Portobello, master; Wm. MWey, 
clock and watchmaker, 69 High st. Portob. 
sec. — 3d Thursday, do. 

Masonic Lodge, Celtic — Patrick Cowan, 15 
Princes st. master ; W. Ireland, 1 8 Elder 
street, treas. — 1st Friday, do. 

Masonic Lodge, St Clair — Wm. Mann, 135 
George street, master; Henry B. Finlay, 81 
South bridge, sec. — 1st Monday, do. 

Masonic Lodge, Trafalgar, Leith — Thomas 
Pearson, 3 Comely-green crescent, master; 

D. Stalker, 9 Commercial place, sec. 
Masonic Lodge, Caledonian, Cafe Royal, 

Register street — Laurence Thallon, master; 

J. G. Thallon, sec. 9 Portland pi., Leith 
Masson, Rev. Donald, 16 Rankeillor street 
Masson, Miss, 13 Castle street 
Masters, William, wine and spirit merchant, 

1 Lauriston street 
Masters, Mrs A. spirit dealer, 110 Rose street 
Masterton, Wm. boot & shoe mkr. 29 Home st. 
Maternity Hospital, Royal, Chapel house — 

E. Johnston, matron 

Mather, Alex, millwright, 69 Fountainbridge 

— house, 10 St Anthony place 
Mather, Alex, dairy, 97 High street 
Mather, Andrew, 28 South Castle street 
Mather, E. shoe mercer, 16 South St David st. 
Mather, James, (G.P.-O.) 24 Greenside row 
Mather, James, flesher, Post-office, Newhaven 
Mather, Jn. & Son, warehousemen, 11 Leith 

street terrace 
Mather, Thos. jun., vet. surg. 7 Queen's pi. 
Mather, William, 112 West bow 
Mather, Wm. spirit mercht. 9 St Anthony pi. 
Mather, W. F. bookseller, 101 Rose street 
Mather, Mrs James, 65 York place 
Mather, Miss E. lodgings, 28 South Castle st. 
Mathers, David, bookseller, stationer, printer, 
and news-agent, 20-a Waterloo pi. — whole- 
sale warehouse, 17 — house, 71 Causeyside 
Matheson, A. & Co. black silk and crape mer- 
cers to the Queen, 39-a George street 
Matheson, Alex., Taaphall, Queensferry road 
Matheson, Alex. {A. M. 8? Co.), 28 Dundas st. 
Matheson, George, hairdresser and perfumer, 
31 Rose street 



Matheson, James, 35 India place 

Matheson, John, clothier and shirt maker, 41 
North Frederick street 

Matheson, John, 1 1 Norton place 

Matheson, Robert, surveyor of H. M. Public 
Works, Exchequer chambers — house, 25 
Abercromby place 

Matheson, William J. builder, Lower Pitt st. 
— house, 25 Abercromby place 

Matheson, Wm. superintendent of children, 
City Parochial Board, 22 Gayfield square , 

Mathewson, Miss, milliner and dressmaker, 
19 Union street 

Mathie, Robt. 3 Links place, Leith 

Mathieson, Alex, and Son, plane and edge 
tool manufacturers, 48 Nicolson street 

Mathieson, D. 50 Yardheads 

Mathieson, George, shipowner and agent, 
Clifton lodge, Wardie 

Mathieson, John, cabinetmaker, 12 Keirst. — 
— house, 7 Vennel 

Mathison, Alex, spirit dealer, 17 India place 

Mathison, Jas. spirit dealer, 7 Arthur st. 

Mathison, R., baker, 37 Clerk st. & 46 High st. 

Mathison, R. wine & spirit mer. 262 Canongate 

Mathison, Thos. spirit dealer, 1 Dean street 

Mathison, W. wine & spirit merchant 94 High 
street — house, 6 Park street 

Matson, Alex, tobacconist, 1 Union place — 
house, 1 North St James' street 

Matthew & Thielmann, corn factors and com- 
mission agents, 14 Quality street 

Matthew, Jas. & Son, drapers and linen manu- 
facturers, 421 Lawnmarket 

Matthew, James, macer, High Court of Justi- 
ciary, 2 Hay street 

Mauchline, Aw. grocer, 153 Pleasance 

Maughan, Ed. J. 5 Mary's place 

Maughan, Thos. L. clerk, Joint Stock Co.'s 
registration office, Exchequer chambers 

Maule, John, 23 Maitland street 

Maule, John, builder^ Low Broughton — ho. 
69 Broughton st. 

Maule, Mrs Geo. 58 Broughton st. 

Maxtou, J. 11 Eton terrace 

Maxton, Miss, 136 George street 

Maxwell, Marshall, and Co. corn factors, 26 
Constitution street 

Maxwell, Geo. dairy, 7 North Melville place 

Maxwell, J. L. clerk, 2 Salisbury square 

Maxwell, Jas. baker, 50 Nicolson st. — house, 
9 Hill'square 

Maxwell, John Hall, of Dargavel, C.B., secre- 
tary, Highland and Agricultural Society of 
Scotland, 6 Albyn place 

Maxwell, J. teacher, 28 Duke street, Leith 

Maxwell, John, printer, 9 St James' place 

Maxwell, W. egg, butter, cheese, & ham mer- 
chant, 3 Howe street 

Maxwell, Wm. draper, 45 Frederick street 

Maxwell, William, printer, 4 Beaumont pi. 

Maxwell, William, 29 Cheyne street 

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Maxwell, Mrs A. H. 1 1 Coates crescent 
Maxwell, Mrs, of Shrub hill, Shrub hill house 
Maxwell, Mrs James, 2 Salisbury place 
Maxwell, Mrs James, lodgings, 18 Dundas st. 
Maxwell, Mrs Jane, ladies' nurse, 6 Rich- 
mond place 
Maxwell, Mrs William, 2 South St David st. 
Maxwell, Miss, toy shop, 4 Bristo place 
May, Wm. general furnishing house, 22 Ca- 
tharine street — house, 2 Baxter's place 
May, Mrs, temperance hotel, 170 High street 
Mayne, Robert, Merchiston park 
Mayne, Miss, 2 Hamilton place, Newington 
Meade, John, jeweller, lapidary, and seal en- 
graver, 4 North St Andrew street 
Mechanics' Subscription Lib. Victoria terrace 
Medical Hall, H. C. Baildon, 73 Princes st. 
Medical, Invalid, and General Life Assurance 
Coy. 2 North St David street — W. Bell, ag. 
Medical, Royal, Society, 7 Melbourne place 
Meek and Williamson, wholesale tea dealers, 

37 Mitchell street 
Meek, Dav. watchmaker and watch material 

dealer, 60 North bridge 
Meek, G. commission agent, 19 St James' st. 
Meek, Robert, working jeweller, 12 Thistle 

street — house, 2 S.-W. Circus pi. 
Meek, Thomas, 15 South College st. 
Meek, Thomas, 7 Springfield 
Meek, Mrs, boarding school, 19 Rutland sq. 
Meik, Miss, 8 Howard place 
Meikland, John, 18 Atholl crescent 
Meikle, Archibald, Wellington hotel, 13 

Leith street terrace 
Meikle, Chris, actuary N. S. Savings bank, 63 

Hanover street 
Meikle, G. tailor and clothier, 10 Hanover st. 
Meikle, James, actuary, 22 Comely bank 
Meikle, Philip, provision shop, 18 Yardheads 
Meikle, Thomas, Prince of Wales hotel, 46 

West Register street 
Meikle, Wm. grocer and provision dealer, 148 

Gauseyside 
Meikle, Mrs, dressmaker, 10 Hanover street 
Meikle, Mrs Geo. 3 Regent street 
Meikleham, Mrs, 3 Duncan street 
Meiklejohn, John, teacher, 6 Rose bank 
Meiklejohn, John, spirit dealer, 127 High st. 

— house, 14 West Preston street 
Meiklejohn, Mrs, 74 Great King street 
Mein, Alexander, hat manufacturer, 20 St 

John street — house, 94 George st. 
Mein,A.,M.D. surgeon-dentist, 94 George st. 
Mein, J. Z. engraver, printer, and litho- 
grapher, 9 Leith street terrace 
Mein, Wm. pocketbook and case maker, 27 

South bridge 
Meir, Elias, china merchant, 81 Rose street 
Meldrum, George, accountant, 53 York place 
Meldrum, Wm. spirit dlr. 435 Lawnmarket 
Meldrum, Miss, lodgings, 11 Roxburgh st. 
Mellon, John, pavior and contractor, 3 Spittal 
street 



Melrose, Alex, grocer, 6 Johnstone st. Leith 
Melrose, And w. & Co. teadealers to the Queen, 

and grocers, 93 George street 
Melrose, John (A. 31. \ Co.), 18 Moray place 
Melrose, Jn. tailor & clothier, 36 Hanover st. 
Melrose, W. watch and clock maker, 5 High ter. 
Melrose, Mrs, lodgings, 68 George street 
Melville & Lindesay, W.S., 1 10 George street 
Melville, And. fishing tackle manufacturer, 21 

St David st — ho. 118 Causey side 
Melville, Archd., W.S. 43 York place 
Melville, F. S. {Assistant clerk of Session, and 
Keeper of Register of Attorney Licences), 
16 Brouguton place 
Melville, Geo. 21 Fettes row 
Melville, James M., W.S. 110 George street 
Melville, Jas. co-operative store, Newhaven 
Melville, Jas. lithographer, 9 Rose street 
Melville, John, W.S. 15 Heriot row 
Melville, J. {Hume and 31.), 12 Calton hill 
Melville, Thos. wright, 1 Annfield, Newhaven 
Melville, Viscount, Major- General, K.C.B. 
commander-in-chief for Scot. Melville castle 
Melville, Mrs, 9 Crichton street 
Melville, Mrs, Ashby villa, Lauder road, 

Grange 
Melville, Misses Whyte, 27 Moray place 
Melvin, Alex, brewer, Boroughloch 
Menelaws, Wm. grocer and wine merchant, 

143 George street 
Menelaws, William, baker, 187 Canongate 
Menzies & Co. shipbuilders, Wet docks and 

Granton 
Menzies, Bernard, and Craig, Caledonian dis- 
tillery, Haymarket 
Menzies, D. (Bell and 31.), architect and sur- 
veyor, 25 St Patrick square 
Menzies, George {31. and Co.), Leith mount 
Menzies, Grah. (G. 31. $ Co.), 8 Atholl cres. 
Menzies, Jas. Queen's hotel, 131 Princes st. 
Menzies, Js. M. engraver, printer, and litho- 
grapher, 27 Han. st. — ho. 8 Morrison street 
Menzies, John, bookseller and publisher, 2 
S. Hanover street (corner of Princes street) 
—ho. 28 N. Nelson st. 
Menzies, R. {31. §• Co. shipbuilders), Granton 
Menzies, Thomas, wholesale & retail lace and 
trimming warehouse, 39 Lothian st. — ho. 6 
Menzies, Captain Wm. 114 George street 
Menzies Wm. John, W.S. 10 Hill street 
Menzies, Wm. 56 Buccleuch street 
Menzies, Wm. M.D., F.R.CS.E. 3 Lothian rd. 
Menzies, Hon. Lady, of Menzies, Abbey hill 

house 
Menzies, Mrs John, Regent street, Leith 
Menzies, Mrs Robert, 7 Rankeillor street 
Menzies, Mrs, 11 Calton street 
Menzies, Mrs, 1 3 Annandale street 
Menzies, Mrs, grocer and spirit dealer, Lap- 
side place 
Menzies, Miss, 3 Graham street 
Menzies, Miss, 25 Charlotte square 
Menzies, Miss, 31 Windsor street 



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Menzies, Misses, hoarding school, Melville 
house, George square 

Menzies, Misses, seminary, 8 Spittal street 

Merard, Diseari, hatter, 8 North bridge 

Mercantile Marine Snipping Office, 56 & 60 
Tolbooth \vd. Leith — Capt. T. Thompson 

Mercantile and House Agency, 7 Elder 
street — D. Hardie 

Mercantile Record and Remembrancer 
Office, 25 St James' square — Wm. Hill, sec. 

Mercer, George, and Son, lace merchants, 13, 
15, and 1? Nicolson street — ho. Eskbank, 
Dalkeith 
ercer, William, trimming merchant, 12 

MUnion pi. — ho. 59 Broughton st. 

Mercer, Wm. Drummond, 4 Great Stuart st. 

Mercer, Mrs, 4 Morton street 

Mercer, Mrs, senior of Gorthy, 14 Moray pi. 

Mercer, Miss, dressmaker, 35 Broughton st. 

Merchants' Hall, 4 Hunter square 

Merrilees, Fletcher, surgeon-dentist, 101 
George street 

Merrilees, Mrs, dressmaker, 4 Tolbooth wynd 
Leith 

Merrilees, Mrs John, 4 N. St Andrew st. 

Merry, James, 13 Henderson row 

Messer, Adam, F.R.C.S.E. 6 Maitland street 

Messer, James, slater and chimney sweeper, 
67 St Leonard street 

Messum, Julian A. paymaster, R.N. Elizafield 
house 

Methuen, Jas. fish-curer, 90 Giles' st. 4 Sand- 
port street, and Cable wynd — ho. William- 
field house 

Methven, Thomas, nursery and seedsmaD, 
Stan well nursery, and Leith Walk nursery 

Methven, Wm. 11 Roxburgh street 

Methven, William, bootmaker, 367 High st. 

Meyer, M. H. cabinetmaker, Burnet's close — 
house, Reid's court, 95 Canongate 

Michie, Mrs James, 4 York place 

Mickel, Stephen, grocer, 106 High street — 
house, 8 Buccleuch place 

Middlemass, Geo. wright, 169 Causeyside 

Middlemass, G. cattle dealer, 1 W. Newington 

Middlemass, James, clothier, shirt-merchant, 
and outfitter, 18 South bridge — ho. 7 Ar- 
niston place. — See Adv. 

Middlemass, John, spirit merchant, 93 Nicol- 
son st. — ho. 169 Causeyside 

Middlemass, Robert, wine and spirit mercht. 
4 Spittal street — ho. 3 Spittal street 

Middlemass, Robt. baker and confectioner, 
20 West Preston street — house, 18 

Middlemass, Thos. watch and clock maker, 5 
Spittal street 

Middlemass, Thomas, furniture dealer, 21 St 
Andrew street, Leith 

Middlemass, Walter F. writer, 14 Barony st. 

Middlemass, William, 10 Elm row 

Middlemass, William, wright, 20 Bedford st. 
Middlemass, William, H.E.I.C.S. 26 Drum- 
mond place 



Middlemass, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 36 Lauriston 
street 

Middlemass, Mrs E. vie. deal. 44 S. Clerk st. 

Middlemass, Mrs Robert, 13 Moray street 

Middleton, David, surgeon, 154 Canongate & 
82 South bridge 

Middleton, John, M.D., physician and sur- 
geon, 1 West Adam st. — ho. 4 St John st. 

Middleton, Robt. com. agent, 01 Clerk street 

Milburn, George, M.D. 5 Nicolson square 

Miles, Alex, coal merchant, 3 Coalhili, and 7 
Prince Regent st. — ho. 2 Hope terrace 

Miles, Wm. clerk, 4 Helen place 

Mill, David, 30 Rosebank cottages, Gardner's 
crescent 

Mill, Ebenezer, S.S.C. and notary public, 51 
Princes street — house, 12 Atholl place 

Mill, Jas. grocer and spirit merchant, 16 "Wil- 
liam street 

Mill, Rev. J. S. 2 Thomson's place, Leith 

Mill, John (AT. B. Advertiser), 2 Buccleuch 
place 

Mill, Mrs, 35 Howe street 

Mill, Mrs, 2 Buccleuch pi. 

Mill, Mrs John, 8 Ficardy place 

Millan & Mann, tailors and army clothiers 
(late T. BucJtmaster <$■ Co.), 135 George st. 

Millan, R. (31. § Mann), S Abercromby pi. 

Millan, Robert, shipmaster, 40 Gt. King st. 

Millar & Millar, sole agents for Scotland for 
Chubb's thief, fire, and gunpowder proof 
safes, patent detector locks, &c, &c, 2 St 
Andrew square 

Millar, Adam, watchmaker and jeweller, 62 
Leith street — house, 16 Broughton street 

Millar, A. M. agent for Globe Insurance 
Company, 33 St Andrew square 

Millar, Rev. Alex, superint. Edinburgh City 
Mission, 1 12 Lauriston place 

Millar, Alex, plumber, 73 Rose street 

Millar, Andrew, 9 St Leonard's lane 

Millar, Andrew, watch and clockmaker, 5 W. 
Nicolson street — house, 5 Lutton place 

Millar, A. & Sons, smiths, & machine makers, 
47 Lothian street 

Millar, D. printer, 24 Salisbury street 

Millar, David B. tailor, 166 High street 

Millar, David, builder and pavement mercht. 
Bellevue — ho. Mansfield cottage, Bellevue 

Millar, George, victual dealer, 85 High street 

Millar, Geo. (Inland Rev.) 28 Cumberland st. 

Millar, Rev. James, garrison chaplain, Edin- 
burgh castle — house, 5 Ann street 

Millar, James, 2 Lothian road 

Millar, James S. surgeon, 9 Archibald place 

Millar, James, head master and house gover- 
nor, George Watson's hospital 

Millar, Jas. cork manufacturer, 32 Tolbooth 
wynd, Leith 

Millar, James, ironmonger and seed merchant, 
52 Grassmarket — house, 3 Morningside pi. 

Millar, Rev. J. Ogilvy (St John's Episcopal 
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Millar, James, confectioner, 1 North-west 

Circus place 
Millar, John (late Richd. Millar 6$ Son), clock 

and watchmaker, 44 North bridge — house, 

10 Dublin street 
Millar, John, confectioner, 7 Kirkgate 
Millar, John, advocate, 10 Abercromby place 
Millar, John, potter to her Majesty, porcelain 

and glass warehouse, 2 S. St Andrew street 

— house, 13 York place 
Millar, Laurence, 26 Frederick street 
Millar, Richard, watchmaker, 44 N. bridge — 

ho. 1 1 Lutton place 
Millar, Richd. jun. watch, clock, and nautical 

instrument maker, 58 Bridge st. — house, 

31 Albany street, Leith 

Millar, Robert, teacher, 18 Thistle street 
Millar, Robert, clock maker, 6 Royal Exch. 
Millar, Win. transcriber of ancient manuscripts, 
searcher of records, and law stationer, 5 
Dundas street 
Millar, Wm. smith, Castle terrace — house, 22 

Rutland square 
Millar, Wm. writer, 2S Cumberland street 
Millar, Wm. spirit dealer, 15 Cable wynd 
Millar, Wm. White, S.S.C and S.L., Com- 
missioner, for taking affidavits for Supreme 
Courts in England, 8 Bank street — house, 15 
Archibald place 
Millar, Mrs Andrew, 43 Montagu street 
Millar, Mrs Dr J. 3 Lower Gilmore place 
Millar, Mrs Jane, Werter house 
Millar, Mrs D. coal merchant, 2 Alva street 
Millar, Mrs, East Hermitage, Leith 
Millar, Mr§, 4 St Patrick square 
Miller, Mrs, 56 North Castle street 
Millar, Miss, dressmaker and milliner, 108 

George street 
Millar, Miss, 1 Thistle street 
Millar, Miss, 1 1 Ainslie place 
Miller & Richard, typefounders to her Ma- 
jesty, Reikie's court, 65 Nicolson street 
Millers & Arthur, paint, varnish, and colour 
manufacturers and oil merchants, Timber 
bush and 5 Shore 
Miller and Crawford, S.S.C. 59 George sq. 
Miller and Fairly, printers, 11 Horse wynd 
Miller and Grin ton, basket and toy warehouse, 

32 Princes st. — house, 9 Hill square 
Miller, Alex, cabinetmaker, 1 Forth street 
Miller, David & Son, wholesale stationers, 6 

George street 

Miller, Francis, sharebroker, 6 St Andrew sq. 

Miller, James, S.S.C. 20 Nelson street 

Miller, James, F.R.C.S.E. professor of sur- 
gery in the University, 29 Charlotte square 

Miller, James, furnishing ironmonger, 70 and 
71 Princes street — house, Cornhill, White- 
house gardens 

Miller, James, gardener, Bonnington house 

Miller, Jas. jun. S.S.C. (Duncan 8$ M.\ 11 
South Nelson street 

Miller, James, agent, 21 East Crosscausey 



Miller, Jas. & Co. coal depot, Edin. Firewood 
Co., 136 Fountainbridge — ho. 2 Lothian rd. 
Miller, J. & Co. merchants, 72 Timber bush 
Miller, J. & R. grocers, 46 Bridge street 
Miller, J. & Sons, merchts. 92 Constitution st. 
Miller, John, merchant, 25 Albany st. Leith 
Miller, John, 26 Nelson street 
Miller, John, woollen draper, 29 N. bridge — 

house, 92 Lauriston place 
Miller, John M. bookseller, printer, and sta- 
tioner, 2 Lindsay place 
Miller, J. jun. civil engineer, 25 Northum- 
berland street 
Miller, Jn. baker and confectioner, 1 North 

St Andrew st bo. 15 Clyde st. 

Miller, John, engraver, lithographer, and 

printer, 142 High street 
Miller, John, stone warehouse, 19 Castle st. 
Miller, John, victual dealer, 248 Canongate 
Miller, John, temperance hotel, 20 South St 

Andrew street 
Miller, Jno. gen. inspector of fisheries, Upper 

Hermitage, Leith 
Miller, John, W.S. 4 Picardy place 
Miller, Joseph, 6 Union street 
Miller, Michael, gardener, Morningside 
Miller, Peter, grocer and spirit dealer, 20 

South Richmond street 
Miller, Peter, surgeon, 8 Belle vue terrace 
Miller, Robert, accountant, 3 Kailes street 
Miller, Robert, candlemaker, 23 Grassmarket 
Miller, Robert, 7 Salisbury road 
Miller, Thos. & Co. Berlin and trimming 

merchants, 10 India place 
Miller, Thomas, sharebroker and Irish estates 
agent, 6 St Andrew square, and 24 D'Olier 
street, Dublin — house, 3 Fife place 
Miller, Thomas, 51 Hope park end 
Miller, Thos. ( T. M. & Co.) 2 Dean street 
Miller, Wm. baker and confectioner, 85 Ni- 
colson street 
Miller, William, S.S.C. and master extra- 
ordinary in chancery, 59 George square 
Miller, William, engraver, 4 Hope park 
Miller, Wm. sharebroker, member of the 

Stock Exchange, 17 South St David street 
Miller, Wm. C. (Royal Institution), 6 Cas- 

sells' place 
Miller, Wm. pocket-book maker, 4 6 Leith wynd 
Miller, Mrs Alexander, 7 Cassells' place 
Miller, Mrs David, I Bellevue terrace 
Miller, Mrs D. Sciennes hill 
Miller, Mrs H. 27 Ann street 
Miller, Mrs James, 90 Constitution street 
Miller, Mrs James, 7 Hart street 
Miller, Mrs Margaret, 2 London row- 
Miller, Mrs, 17 Castle street 
Miller, Mrs, 3 Queen's place, Leith Walk 
Miller, Mrs Thos. 15 Buccleuch street 
Miller, Sirs, ladies' nurse, 17 W. Crosscausey 
Miller, Miss, 16 Arniston place 
Miller, Miss Mary, 5 Abbey 
Miller, Miss, George street, North Leith 






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Millidge & Son, jewellers and watchmakers, 
28 Princes street — house, 6 Mansfield place 
Millidge, Miss K. M. milliner, 44 George st. 
Millidge, Miss, 34 Castle street 
Milligan and Dick, S.S.C. 24 St Andrew sq. 
Milligan, James, S.S.C. 24 Danube st. 
Milligan, James, S.S.C. local manager Royal 
Insurance Co., commissioner to administer 
oaths in Chancery, and commissioner of the 
courts of Queen's Bench, Common Pleas, 
and Exchequer, 24 St Andrew square — ho. 
24 Danube street 
Milligan, John, IS West Nicolson street 
Milliken, Miss, 37 Charlotte square 
Millin, Robert, gardener, Dairy lane 
Millons, Geo. wood mer., 12 Gardner's cres. 
Millons, D. N. timber mer., 73 Gilmore pi. 
Millons, Thos. & Robt. veneer saw-mills, 69 

Fountainbridge 
Millons, T. ( T. Sp R. M.), 23 Gardner's cresc. 
Millons, Thomas, & Son, wood merchants, 

Brougham street 
Millons, Thomas, jun. (T. M. §" Son), Drum- 

dryan house 
Millons, Miss, 8 Morrison street 
Mills, Wm. tailor and clothier, 63 N. bridge 
Milne, Alex, and Co. hair jewellers, gold and 
silver smiths, 70 George street — house, 29 
Frederick street 
Milne, David, currier and leather merchant, 

Boyd's entry, St Mary's wynd 
Milne, George, 1 1 Archibald place 
Milne, George, tailor, Glenville street 
Milne, Geo. M. 59 South bridge 
Milne, James S. advocate, 20 Duncan street 
Milne, James, & Son, gas engineers, brass- 
founders, gas meter manufacturers, &c 
Milton house, 90 Canongate 
Milne, James ( M. &? Son), 39 Lauriston pi. 
Milne, James, spirit dealer, 17 Charlotte pi. 
Milne, James, bootmaker, 16 Bank street 
Milne, J. & Co. typefounders, 12 Thistle st. 
Milne, John, gardener, Sunnybank cottage, 

London road — See Adv. 
Milne, John, provision shop, 2 N. Junction st. 

—house, 19 London row, Leith 
Milne, John (James M. <$• Son), 44 Albany st. 
Milne, John, 1 Forres street 
Milne, John, 10 Bonnington place 
Milne, J. Kolbe ( W. & J. Milne) 48 India st. 
Milne, Peter G. grocer, 59 High street 

Milne, P., baker, 8 Clerk st ho. Blackford 

Milne, R. junior, painter and glazier, 70 

Broughton street 
Milne, Wm. wine & spirit mer. 165 Pleasance 
Milne, William, S.S.C. 16 Comely bank, and 

9 Heriot row 
Milne, Wm. painter and glazier, 63 Brough- 
ton street 
Milne, William, merchant, 106 Lauriston pi. 
Milne, Wm. Temp, hotel, 24 Greenside st. 
Milne, W. S. (W. $&. Milne), 13 Torphichen 
street 



Milne, Wm. & John, stationers, desk and 

dressing-case makers, 31 and 33 Hanover st. 

Milne, Wm. spirit merchant, 17 Broughton 

street — house, 5 Picardy place 
Milne, Misses, 2 Teviot row 
Milne, Mrs Andrew, 19 Gayfield square 
Milne, Mrs Janet, 5 Albany street 
Milne, Mrs Margaret, midwife, 2 Murray st. 
Milne, Mrs, 11 Glover street 
Milne, Mrs, lodgings, 2 Buccleuch place 
Milne, M. & Co. straw-hat makers, 34 Frede- 
rick street 
Milne, Miss Janet, dressmaker, 2 Alison sq. 
Milne, Miss, 1 5 East Claremont street 
Milne, Misses, 24 Buccleuch place 
Milne, Christiane, tavern keeper, 10 Middle 

market 
Milner, Robt. surgeon & apothecary, 57 Bridge 

street — house, 47 Couper street 
Milner, Wm. R. silk mercer, linen draper 
and shawl warehouseman, 1 Baxter's place 
Milroy, Rev. Andrew, 26 London street 
Milroy, James, writer, 52 Broughton street 
Milroy, John, 26 Minto street 
Minerva Life Assurance Co. 82 Great King 

street. — See Adv. 
Ministers' Widows' Fund office, 6 N. St 

David street 
Minto, John, M.D. 13 Graham street 
Minto, Mrs James, tinsmith and gasfitter, 31 

Whitfield place 
Minto, Mrs, 2 Hermitage place 
Mirylees, Andrew, 14 Cumberland street 
Mission and school-house, Lady Yester's, 7 

Infirmary street 
Mitchell & Heriot, straw-hat manufacturers 
& importers of foreign straws, 86 George st. 
Mitchell & Son, coopers, 86 High street — ho. 

6 Roxburgh place 
Mitchell, Somerville, & Co. comm. merchants 

and corn factors, 2 Dock place 
Mitchell, Adam, gardener, Mayfield loan 
Mitchell, Alex. (Exchequer), 9 London street 
Mitchell, Alexander, 21 Melville street 
Mitchell, Alex. 31 Buccleuch place 
Mitchell, Alex. W.S. 9 London street 
Mitchell, Alex. Electric and International 

Telegraph Co.'s office, 68 Princes St. 
Mitchell, Arthur, M.D. 7 Laverock bank villas, 

Trinity 
Mitchell, David, baker, 1 Dublin st. — ho. 15 
Mitchell, David, 120 Nicolson street 
Mitchell, D. shoemaker, 9 West Crosscausey 
Mitchell, Edward, hairdresser and perfumer, 
5£ 18 Dundas street — house, 17 Cheyne street 
Mitchell, F. G. 23 East Claremont 6treet 
Mitchell, Geo. bootmaker, 25 Greenside st.— 

house, 15 Leopold pi. 
Mitchell, George, assistant-inspector of letter- 
carriers, 3 Old Broughton 
Mitchell, Jas. (H. M. Customs), 15 Cannon 

street, Leith 
Mitchell, James, 127 Nicolson st. (G.P.-O.) 



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Mitchell, John, general mer. 16 King's stables 
Mitchell, John, flesher, 124 Westport 
Mitchell, John M. Belgian consul and mer- 
chant, Mayville, Laverock bank, Trinity 
Mitchell, John, commission agent, 7 Pitt st. 

Bonnington 
Mitchell, John G. engraver and printer, 13 

Union street 
Mitchell, John, master of fire-engines, Police 

office, Parliament square 
Mitchell, John, gardener, Comely bank 
Mitchell, Lewis D., R.N. 25 Barony street 
Mitchell, R. & Co. (agents for Combe, Dela- 
field, and Co. porter brewers, London), 8 
Quality lane 
Mitchell, Robert, 6 Roxburgh place 
Mitchell, Robt. Burn, wine merchant, 29 

Windsor street 
Mitchell, R. H. (31. $ Heriot), 86 George st. 
Mitchell, Robert, refreshment rooms, 15 

Downie place 
Mitchell, Captain T. P. 18 Inverleith row 
Mitchell, Thomas, spirit mer. Lothian road 
Mitchell, Thomas, 23 Archibald place 
Mitchell, Thos. merchant, 23 Dundas street 
Mitchell, Win, S.S.C. 68 Gt. King st— ho. 

27 Dundas street 
Mitchell, W. city missionary, 9 Beaumont pi. 
Mitchell, W. engraver, 25 So. Richmond st. 
Mitchell, Mrs C. grocer, 12 S. back of Canon- 
gate 
Mitchell, Mrs Elizabeth, 23 Danube street 
Mitchell, Mrs Geo. spirit dealer, 20 Greenside 

lane 
Mitchell, Mrs G. S. 39 Dublin street 
Mitchell, Mrs, 25 Frederick street 
Mitchell, Mrs, 6 Barony street 
Mitchell, Mrs, dressmaker, 1 Patterson's court 
Mitchell, Mrs, 13 Buccleuch place 
Mitchell, Mrs, lodgings, 2 Barony street 
Mitchell, Mrs, 7 Union street 
Mitchell, Mrs, 26 Royal crescent 
Mitchell, Miss, 23 St Bernard's crescent 
Mitchell, Miss, 3 W. Claremont street 
Mitchell, Misses & Co. milliners, 115 George 

street 
Mitchellhill P. (D. Carse §• Co.) Orchardfield 
Mochrie, James, wine merchant and grocer, 
84 Nicolson street — house, 98 Grange place 
Mochrie, Robert, draper, 19 Dundas street 
Moffat and Thomson, straw-bonnet manufac- 
turers, 10 S. College street 
Moffat, Alex, commer. travel. 5 Roxburgh pi. 
Moffat, A. lodgings, 3 Annfield 
Moffat, And. cabinetmaker, 62 Thistle street 
Moffat, David, White Hart inn, 32 Grassm. 
Moffat,G. Dickson, fish establishment and cod- 
liver oil merchant, 38 Dundas street — ho. 
19 Brunswick street 
Moffat, Henry, S.S.C. & solicitor at law, 23 

Geo. IV. bridge — ho. 43 Minto street 
Moffat, James B. messenger {Bank of Scot- 
land) 



Moffat, Jn. spirit dealer, 85 Broughton street 
Moffat, John, clog maker, 2 Cowgatehead 
Moffat, John, photographic artist, 60 Princes 

street 
Moffat, P. Seafield baths, Leith 
Moffat, Thomas, jun. teacher of music, 1 

London street 
Moffat, Wm. B. Edingrove, Canaan 
Moffat, Wm. and Co. druggists, 53 Nicolson 

street 
Moffat, Wm. wright & undertaker, Darling's 

brae — house, 42 Yardheads 
Moffat, Wm. painter and glazier, 18 Elm row 
Moffat, Wm. spirit merchant, 11 St Vincent 

street 
Moffat, Wm., M.A. teacher of mathematics, 

High school, 12 Mansion House road 
Moffat, Wm. W. bookseller, 75 Princes st. 
Moffat, Mrs Alex, dairy, 2 Coburg street 
Moffat, Mrs, spirit dealer, 3 N. Newington 

place 
Moffat, Mrs, 27 St Patrick square 
Moffat, Miss, 7 Cassells' place 
Moffatt, J. 0. printer, 14 Raeburn place 
Moffatt, Wm. L. architect, 4 Fettes row 
Mohring, Henry, home and foreign fruit 

merchant, 55 Regent arch 
Moinet, John, accountant, 14 Stafford street 
Moir, David, smith and ironmonger, Mint, 

and 105 High st. — house, 5 Keir street 
Moir, George S. (F. fr M.) 8 Spittal street 
Moir, George, printer, 9 Gardner's crescent 
Moir, George, advocate, sheriff of Stirling- 
shire, 119 George street 
Moir, John, M.D., F.R.CP.E. 52 Castle st. 
Moir, Peter, Her Majesty's Horse Repository, 

horse dealer and auctioneer, Nottingham 

place — house, 17 Calton hill 
Moir, Robert, general engraver, 11 High 

terrace, Leith street 
Moir, Robert, 33 Montagu street 
Moir, Robert (G. P.-O.), 22 Society 
Moir, Wm. lodgings, 35 Moray place 
Moir, Wm. Viewforth 
Moir, Misses, boarding school, 8 Great Stuart 

street 
Moir, Miss Jane, 7 Alva street 
Molleson, Mrs, 31 India street 
Mollison, Charles, 15 Rosebank 
Moncreiff, Rev. Sir Henry Wellwood, Bart., 

43 St Cuthbert street 
Moncreiff, J. advocate, M.P. 15 Gt. Stuart St. 
Moncreiff, Wm. accountant, 59 George st. 
Moncreiff, William, 10 Rutland square 
Moncreiff, Wm. mason, causeylayer, and con- 
tractor, 4 Middle Arthur place 
Moncrieff & Thomson, accountants, 20 India 

street 
Moncrieff, A. advocate, 16 Northumberland 

street 
Moncrieff, D. Scott, W.S. congt. treas. and 

sec. to the Royal Edinburgh Asylum for 

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MoncriefF J. & Co. brassfounders, gasfitters, 
and plumbers, Roxburgh close, 341 High st. 
MoncriefF, John Scott, C.A., 20 India street 
MoncriefF, Mrs, 17 George square 
MoncriefF, Mrs, 26 Great King st. 
Moncur, David, turner, Mint, 56 High street 
Moncur, Mrs M. 8 Buccleuch place 
Money Loan Company, 16 South bridge — 

Robert Russell, manager 
Monilaws, Mrs Capt. 19 Gayfield square 
Monro, Alex. Binning, of Auchenbowie, 28 

Rutland sq. 
Monro, George, W.S. (Clifford, $■ M.), 54 

Albany street 
Monro, George, advocate, 5 Darnaway street 
Monro, Robt. (Customs'), 12 Albany st. Leitb 
Monro, Jane, 15 Fettes row 
Monro, Miss, dressmaker, 6 Cumberland st. 
Monteith, Alex. E. advocate, sheriff of Fife- 
shire, Inverleith house 
Monteith, James, commercial traveller, 6 

Glover st. 
Monteith, Thomas, wood merchant, Coates pi. 
Monteith, Mrs, 9 Maitland st. 
Montgomerie, James, M.D. Saxe-Coburg pi. 
Montgomerie, Roger, advocate, 3 Maitland st. 
Montgomery, Rev. Jas. F. 17 Atholl cres. 
Montgomery, Wm. W.S. 17 Atholl crescent 
Montgomery, Mrs, 41 Clerk street 
Montignani, C. L. grocer, 15 Shrub pi. — ho. 

4 George pi. 
Montignani, Henry G. merchant and commis- 
sion agent, 6 Drummond street 
Montignani, W. R. ( Wood Sp Co.) 19 Great 

Stuart street 
Monypenny, W. T. of Pitmilly, 7 Moray pi. 
Mood, John, Rosehall 
Moodie, Alex. C. bookseller and stationer, 25 

Hanover street 
Moodie, Wm. ( Wanchope, M., and Hope), 11 

Pilrig street 
Moodie, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 37 India place 
Moodie, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 22 Raeburn place 
Moon, W. working jeweller, 27 S. Hanover 

street 
Mooney, Patrick, boot and shoemaker, 25 Old 

Fishmarket close 
Moor, A. 7 Hope terrace 
Moore, George, agent, 12 Arniston place 
Moore, Harrison, 9 Brighton street 
Moore, James, S.S.C. 60 Castle street 
Moore, M. flesher, 32 West Richmond street 
Moore, R. B. private hotel, 2 Forres street 
Moore, Mrs, 13 Churchill 
More, Graham, haircutter and perfumer, 134 

Princes street 
More, George, W.S. 5 Fettes row 
More, James, 14 Danube street 
More, John Schank, adv. professor of the law 

of Scot, in the Univ. 19 Gt. King street 
Morgan, James, spirit dealer and wool agent, 

22 Shore 
Morgan, James, S.S.C. 7 Walker street 



Morgan, John, & Co. clothiers & military 

tailors, 104 George street 
Morgan, John B. commercial traveller, 24 

Salisbury street 
Morgan, John, cowfeeder, 36 Heriot buildings 
Morgan, J. grocer, 227 Canongate 
Morgan, Mrs, hotel, Chain pier 
Morgan, Mrs, 18 Clarence street 
Morham, James, clerk of Police court, and 

billet master, 6 West Preston street 
Morham, Rob. depute City clerk, City cham- 
bers — house, 9 Lauder road, Grange 
Morham, Robt. flesher, 19 Fleshmarket close 
Morison, Alex, of Bognie, 12 Randolph cr. 
Morison, Alex. 63 Great King street 
Morison, Alex. K., S.S.C. 14 Pitt street 
Morison, Sir Alexander, physician, Johnsburn, 

Anchorfield 
Morison, George, 4 Smith's place 
Morison, George, teacher, 3 Chalmers' build- 
ings, Fountainbridge 
Morison, Hector, draper, 14 Queensferry st. 
Morison, Jas. cabinetmaker and upholsterer, 
78 George street — house, 7 Gt. King street 
Morison, James, 4 Hill square „. . . 
Morison, John, wine and spirit merchant, 1 
Macdowall st. and 12 Greenside st. — ho. 21 
Buccleuch place 
Morison, John C. tailor & clothier, 75 Nicol- 
son street — house, 73 .. ^ ■,-■■■■ > djl 

Morison, John, advocate, 7 Great King st. 
Morison, Robert, 323 High street 
Morison, Patrick, C.A. (P. M. 8f A. T.Niven), 
9 N. St David st. — house, Bellfield cottage, 
Trinity 
Morison, Wm. (Inland Revenue), 9 Rankeilloi' 

street 
Morison, Mrs James, 25 Ann street 
Morison, Miss, 6 Archibald place 
Morison, Miss, 17 Norton place 
Morley, Charles, agent and waste-paper mer- 
chant, 8 Pleasance 
Morrieson, Col. Hugh, 27 Heriot row 
Morris, Andrew, rope and twine manufac- 
turer, 7 St Patrick square 
Morris, David, clothier and tailor, 132 Princes 

st. — house, 15 Walker street 
Morris, Henry, house and commission agent, 

2 Eaglebank cottages, West port 
Morris, James, late wine merchant, 1 Great 

Stuart street 
Morris, Robert, stationer, 7 W. Register street 

— house, 1 Great Stuart street 
Morris, Robert, bootmaker, 63 Thistle street 
Morris, Wm. waiter, Old Broughton 
Morris, Mrs, lodgings, 30 Lothian st. 
Morris, Mrs, 1 Spring gardens 
Morrison, Adam, S.S.C. 45 York place 
Morrison, Alex, builder, 3 Warriston crescenS 
Morrison, Andrew, smith, 149 Rose st. 
Morrison, Charles, agent and yeast merchant, 
32 Constitution st. — house, 5 Queen's pi. 
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Morrison, D. dock master, 14 Portland place 
Morrison, James D., F.R.S S.A., surgeon- 
dentist and lecturer on dentistry, 3 South 
Charlotte street 
Morrison, James, 150 Fountainhridge 
Morrison, Jas. sup. (Inland Revenue), 27 Rae- 

burn place 
Morrison, James, jun. 2 Fyfe place 
Morrison, James, sen. 2 Fyfe place 
Morrison, John N. (Leith Candle Co.), 2 

Smith's place 
Morrison, John W. 7 Rankeillor street 
Morrison, Mark, merchant, 35 Bernard st. 
Morrison, Robert J. 1 Bellevue terrace 
Morrison, Robert, messenger, National Bank, 

37 West Register street 
Morrison, Robt., H.E.I. C.S. GHeriot row- 
Morrison, T. (Reg. Ho.), 11 W. Maitland st. 
Morrison, Wm. blacksmith, 39 Whitfield pi. 
Morrison, William, 2 Thomson's place 
Morrison, W. (Brown §• M.) 14 Comely bank 
Morrison, Wm. tinsmith, Newhaven 
Morrison, Mrs Cath. lodgings, 2 Portland ter. 
Morrison, Mrs Win. 2 Anderson's place 
Morrison, Mrs, midwife and ladies' nurse, 2 

High school yards 
Morrison, Mrs, 2 Charlotte street, Leith 
Morrison, Misses, & Balmain, boarding and 

day-school, 60 Gt. King st. 
Morson, Mrs, 10 Danube street 
Mortimer, John, & Co. army and navy con- 
tractors, and tailors to the Queen, and, by 
special appointment, clothiers to H.R.H. 
Prince Albert, 101 George street 
Mortimer, J. clothier, Bruntsfield lodge 
Mortimer, John, 1 Gayfield street 
Mortimer, Thos. E. gunmaker, 86 George st. 

— ho. 97 — late 34 St James' st. London 
Mortimer,Wm. bullion dealer and refiner, lapi- 
dary & jeweller, 18 North bridge. — See Adv. 
Mortimer, Miss, dressmaker, 2 Baxter's pi. 
Morton & Co. gold & silver lace manufacturers, 

12 Union street 
Morton, Whitehead, & Greig, W.S. 11 Queen 

street 
Morton, Alex, ribbon and lace merchant, 14, 
15, & 16 South bridge — house, 80 Lauriston 
place 
Morton, Chas., W.S. 11 Queen st. — house, 

Ramsay lodge 
Morton, H. (S. and H. 31.), 3 Smith's place 
Morton, James, teacher of English, 20 Nelson 

street 
Morton, James, linen and woollen warehouse- 
man, 54 VV. Richmond street 
Morton, John, dairy, 23 Dundas street 
Morton, S. & H. & Co. patent slip manufac- 
turers, engineers, and iron ship-builders, 
Leith walk and Victoria dock, Leith 
Morton, William, lapidary, 5 York place 
Morton, Wm. banker, 5 Hunter square — ho. 

9 Duncan street 
Morton, Mrs, 20 London street 



Moses, David M. assessor of income tax, 17 

St Patrick square 
Mosses, Misses, milliners and straw -hat 

makers, 74 Thistle street 
Mossman, A. & Co. jewellers & watchmakers, 

30 Princes street — ho. 10 Blacket place 
Mossman, Mrs Wm. 2 Teviot row 
Motherwell, J. hosier and draper, 6 Howe st, 
Mouat, Jn. Northern lights, Bathfield house 
Mouat, Misses, boarding-school, 9 S. Gray st. 
Mould & Tod, engravers, printers, and litho- 
graphers, 3 Waterloo place 
Mount, Mrs J. china merchant, 177 Cowgate 
Mowat, Joseph, comm. agent, 5 Springfield, 

Leith walk 
Mowat, Robert, stockbroker, 1 4 George street 
Mowat, T. engineer and iron-founder, Vulcan 

foundry, 9 Admiralty st ho. 1 North Fore 

street 
Mowat, Thos. wine and spirit mer. 2 Arthur 

street 
Mowat, Wm. dairy, 119 Kirkgate 
Mowat, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 165 Rose street 
Mowatt, Robert, teacher of pianoforte, 1 W. 

Arthur place 
Mowatt, William, keeper of the College lib- 
rary hall, 1 W. Arthur place 
Mowbray, J. M. chambers, 15 Hill street 
Mowbray, John T., W.S., and commissioner 
of the Supreme Court of New South 
Wales, 1 5 Albany street 
Mowbray, Robert, agent for Commercial 

Bank, 24 Constitution street, Leith 
Mowbray, Thos. agent for S. Allsop & Son's 
pale ale — store, Union street lane— ho. 31 
Gayfield square 
Mowbray, Mrs Chas. lodgings, 60 Cumber- 
land street 
Mowbray, Mrs George, 68 Gilmour place 
Mowbray, Mrs Wm. 13 Clarence street 
Moxey, George T., M.D. surgeon, R.N., Lau- 
der road 
Moxon, C. and J. painters, 63- a George st. 
Moxon, J. (C. and J. M.), 25 Frederick st. 
Moyes, James, pewterer, 108 West bow 
Moyes, William Blake, teacher, Circus place 

school, 15 Fettes row 
Mozzi, John, artificial florist, 53 George st. — 

house, 6 George street 
Mozzi, Mrs, millinery warehouse, 53 George 

street 
Muckle, Wm. (G. P.-O.), 3 Comely green 

crescent 
Muckle, Mrs Alex. 3 Comely green crescent 
Mudie, D. C. engineer and ironfounder, Pan- 
mure Foundry, N. B. of Canongate 
Muir & Wilson, commission agents, 4 Grey- 
friars' place 
Muir, Rev. Adam T. 3 George place 
Muir, Andrew, 20 Buccleuch place 
Muir, David, spirit dealer, West Norton place 
Muir, Rev. Francis, 5 North Fort st. Leith 
Muir, Henry, printer, 179 Canongate 



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Muir, Jame9, accountant, 28 S. Hanover st. 
Muir, James, tailor and clothier, 9 Charlotte 

place — house, 31 Stafford street 
Muir, James, ladies' bootmaker, 37 George st. 
Muir, James, 41 South Clerk street 
Muir, Jas. & Son, brewers, Calton hill brew- 
ery, 26 North back of Canongate 
Muir, James S. bookseller and agent, 60 New 

buildings, North bridge 
Muir, James, spirit merchant, 68 Thistle st. 

and 138 Canongate 
Muir, J. (stamper, G.P.-O.), 16 N. back of 

Canongate 
Muir, John, victual dealer, 16 Buccleuch st. 
Muir, John (Jas. Muir §• Son), brewer, 5 

Pilrig street 
Muir, John (G. P.-O.), 10 Arthur street 
Muir, Peter, bow-maker, Royal Archers, 

Archers' hall 
Muir, Peter, & Son, upholsterers, 38 Blair st. 
Muir, Richard G. 9 Annandale street 
Muir, Robert, M.D. 2 Gayfield street 
Muir, Robert, 33 Parkside street 
Muir, Robert, coal merchant, 7 Murray street, 

Crosscausey 
Muir, Thomas, 4 N. Melville place 
Muir, Rev. William, D.D. 13 Saxe Coburg pi. 
Muir, William, commission agent, 14 Royal 

Exchange — house, 14 Greenhill gardens 
Muir, Wm. merchant and agent, Wet docks 

— house, 7 Wellington place 
Muir, W. S. commission agent, 28 Hanover st. 
Muir, William Hamilton, S.S.C. 18 Picardy 

place 
Muir, William, baker, 2 Salisbury street 
Muir, Margaret, grocer & spirit dealer, 2 Holy- 
rood street 
Muir, Mrs John, dressmaker, 3 Downie place 
Muir, Mrs William, 11 Union street 
Muir, Mrs, dressmaker, 10 Baker's place 
Muir, Mrs, 16 Regent terrace 
Muir, Mrs, lodgings, 21 Charles street 
Muir, Mrs, grocer, 8 Bristo street 
Muir, Miss, 6 North-east Circus place 
Muirhead, Alex, tavern-keeper, 49 Broughton 

street 
Muirhead, And. house painter, 22 Nelson st. 

— house, 59 Broughton street 
Muirhead, Charles, & Sons, fishmongers and 

poulterers to the Queen, 79 Queen st. — ho. 

1 6 Young street 
Muirhead, Claud, 7 Heriot row 
Muirhead, G. spirit dealer, 4 West Adam st. 
Muirhead, James, advocate, 61 Northumber- 
land street 
Muirhead, James, carver and gilder, 4 North 

Richmond street 
Muirhead, John (S. <£• M.), 32 Barony street 
Mulholand, James, grocer, 29 Hercles street 
Miiller, Charles William M. teacher of music, 

73 Queen street 
Mundell, Andrew, & Son, bootmakers, 7 

Broughton street 



Mundell, Mrs, 30 Hamilton place 

Mungle, Paterson, and Co. wholesale ware- 
housemen, 4 North bridge 

Munro, Drysdale, and Gordon, messengers-at- 
arms, 16 Elder street 

Munro & M'Leod, coach builders, 11 -a 
Catharine street 

Munro, A. coach-builder, coach & horse hirer, 
Broughton market 

Munro, Alex, pawnbroker, Whitehorse close, 
276 Canongate 

Munro, Alex. 28 Rankeillor street 

Munro, Alex, tailor and clothier, 23 South 
bridge 

Munro, Arch., A.M. teacher, 12 Middleby 
street — house, 3 

Munro, Arthur, 17 Canning place 

Munro, Daniel, shipmaster, 1 1 Glover street 

Munro, Daniel, wright, 3 Downie place 

Munro, David, Madeira street 

Munro, D. T. (M. $ M'Leod), Broughton 
market 

Munro, George, 14 Salisbury street 

Munro, Hector, gardener, Beaverhall 

Munro, Hugh, 3 Duncan street 

Munro, Hugh, draper, 48 Earl Grey street 

Munro, Hugh, house-agent, Hope park end 
cottage 

Munro, J. K. draper and hosier, 9 Baker's pi. 

Munro, John, bookbinder and stationer, 7 
Milne square 

Munro, John, tailor, 3 Spittal street 

Munro, Neil, furniture dealer and house- 
agent, 43 Niddry street 

Munro, Robert, shoemaker, 1 Maitland place 

Munro, Wm. boot & shoem. 43 N. Richmond 
street 

Munro, Wm. provision mercht. 127 Kirkgate 

Munro, Wm. slater and glazier, 37 Broughton 
street 

Munro, W. provision merchant, 1 Summer 
place 

Munro, Wm. J. macer, High Court of Justici- 
ary, 16 Elder street 

Munro, Mrs, 65 Cumberland street 

Munro, Mrs Mary, lodgings, 11 Maitland st. 

Munro, Mrs W. confectioner, 7 Spring 
gardens 

Munro, Mrs, spirit dealer, Bonnington 

Munro, Mrs, cook, & lodgings, 9 Mackenzie pi. 

Murdoch & Boyd, S.S.C. and N.P., 120 Con- 
stitution street 

Murdoch, Charles, & Son, seal engravers and 
cameo die-cutters, 4 George street 

Murdoch, Jas. (Northern Lights), 1 7 St James' 
square 

Murdoch, James, jun. (Northern Lights), 11 
Henry street 

Murdoch, James, writer, 2 Salisbury square 

Murdoch, John B. of Gartincaber, 3 Oxford 
terrace 

Murdoch, John, S.S.C. (Murdoch §• Boyd), 
120 Constitution street 



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Murdoch, Jn. Burn, jun., advoc. 8 Manor pi. 
Murdoch, Laurie, optician, 44 Rose street 
Murdoch, William Burn, M.D. surgeon, 5 

Melville street 
Murdoch, Wm. wine and spirit merchant, 

197 High street, and 4 Rose street 
Murdoch, Miss M. lodgings, 132 Rose street 
Mure, Andrew, advocate, 35 Dublin street 
Mure, David, advocate, 12 Ainslie place 
Mure, James, advocate, 31 Princes street 
Mure, James, writer, and messenger-at-arms, 

27 Clyde street 
Mure, Robert, S.S.C. and N.P. 41 Great King 

street — house, Burton cottage, Windsor pi. 

Portobello 
Mure, Mrs, 3 Warriston crescent 
Mure, Misses, 10 Darnaway street 
Murphy, A. D. Solicitor & N.P. 13 Bernard st. 
Murphy, Rev. Edward Sterling, M. A. incum- 
bent of St James', 48 Albany street 
Murphy, Philip, street building department, 

Police chambers 
Murphy, Thomas T. commission agent, 11 

Fleshmarket close 
Murphy, Wm. geographer, engraver, and 

printer, 8 Roxburgh street 
Murphy, Miss M., 17 Union place 
Murray & Beith, W.S. 50 Castle street 
Murray and Douglas, grocers, wine mer- 
chants, and Italian warehousemen, 51 North 

Frederick street 
Murray & Gibb, printers, N.E. Thistle st. lane 
Murray & Hunt, W.S. 68 George street 
Murray & Logan, W.S. 141 George street 
Murray, W. & J. commission agents and mer- 
chants, 29 Broughton street 
Murray's Time Table office, 12 Leith street— 

P. Pollock, agent 
Murray, A. G. printer, 65 Lauriston place 
Murray, A. K. 49 So. Clerk street 
Murray, A. W. spirit dlr. 23 Constitution st. 
Murray, Abijah, sheriff-officer, 13 St James' sq. 
Murray, Alex. Erskine, advocate, 31 Albany 

street — house, 36 Ann street 
Murray, Alex, builder, M'Neil's place — house, 

15 Cassells' place 
Murray, Alex, wine merchant and grocer, 67 

South bridge — ho. Cumming place, Grange 
Murray, Alex, victual dlr. 12 Drummond st. 
Murray, Andrew, jun. W.S. 17 Walker st. 
Murray, Andrew, Turf hotel, 3 Princes street 
Murray, And. of Conland, 1 Scotland st. 
Murray, Andrew B. bootmaker, 19 London st. 
Murray, Ant. of Crieff, W.S. 141 George street 

— house, 15 Ainslie place 
Murray, A. J. 5 York place 
Murray, C. clothier & draper, 2 Nicolson sq. 
Murray, David, accountant, C.A., 46 George 

st. — house, St Margaret's road,Whitehouse 

gardens 
Murray, Ebenezer, auctioneer, 4 St Andrew 

square — ho. 9 W. Claremont st. — See Adv. 
Murray, G. & Son, clothiers, 33 George street 



Murray, George, baker, 2 Market st. — ho. 5 

Murray, George, wholesale stationer, 19 Blair 
street — house, Liberton 

Murray, George (Jf. <£■ D.), 70 Northumber- 
land street 

Murray, George, mason, Hamilton place — ho. 
12 Market place 

Murray, George, C.A. 59 George street 

Murray, George J., W.S. 22 Coates crescent 

Murray, Henry, confectioner, 109 Nicolson st. 

Murray, Henry, boot and shoemaker, 1 S.-E. 
Circus place — house, 77 Cumberland street 

Murray, James, provision shop, 123 Kirkgate 

Murray, James (G.P.-O.), 30 Hamilton place 

Murray, Jas. (P. S. and Co.), 25 Parkside st. 

Murray, James, grocer, 36 Dundas street 

Murray, James C., W.S. 68 George street 

Murray, John, of Murray's hall, advocate, 5 
Walker street 

Murray, John, letter-carrier, Greenside end 

Murray, John, sheep and cattle agent, 19 St 
Patrick square 

Murray, John, S.S.C 32 St Andrew square 
— house, 1 East Claremont street 

Murray, John, printers' joiner and brass rule 
maker, 22 Niddry street — house, 1 1 South 
St James' street. — See Adv. 

Murray, John, 2 East Broughton place 

Murray, John, cooper & fish-curer, 6 Coal 
hill — house, 4 Tolbooth wynd, Leith 

Murray, John, S.S.C. agent for Emperor In- 
surance Co., 5 York place 

Murray, Joseph D. commission agent, 4 St 
Andrew square 

Murray, Joseph, boot and shoemaker, 13 
Riddle's close 

Murray, Martin, grocer, 136 Cowgate 

Murray, Peter, 36 Minto street 

Murray, Richard, cabinetmaker and uphol- 
sterer, Broughton market — house, 23 Dub- 
lin street 

Murray, R. R. ( Union Bank of Scotland), 100 
Lauriston place 

Murray, Robt., C.A. (Reg. house), 19 Raeburn 
place 

Murray, Robert, surgeon and accoucheur, 9 
Howe street 

Murray, Robert, corn, seed, and manure mer- 
chant, 7 Roxburgh place 

Murray, Thos. bookbinder 10 Glover street 

Murray, Thomas, boot and shoe maker, 4 
Summer place 

Murray, Thomas boot and shoe maker, 363 
High street 

Murray, Thomas G., W.S. 4 Glenfinlas street 
— office, 66 Queen street 

Murray, Thomas, LL.D., 13 Dean terrace 

Murray, William, S.S.C. and N.P. {J. & F. 
Anderson}, 18 Scotland street 

Murray, Wm. upholsterer, 12 St James' sq. 

Murray, Wm. hotel-keeper, 4 St Andrew sq. 

Murray, William, 5 Henry place 

Murray, Wm. writer, 2 W. Newington place 



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Murray, Wm. (G.P.-O.), 7 Clyde street 
Murray, Lady, 1 1 Great Stuart street 
Murray, Hon. Mrs Erskine, 36 Ann street 
Murray, Mrs, furniture dealer, 253 Cowgate 
Murray, Mrs T. furniture dealer, 68 Cowgate 
Murray, Mrs Alex. 46 South Clerk street 
Zvlurray, Mrs John, 5 Nicolsdn strpet 
Murray, Mrs, Braid hill, Blackford road 
Murray, Mrs J. 10 James' place, Leith 
Murray, Mrs John, 25 Buccleuch place 
Murray, Mrs, Belgrave villa, Hope terrace 
Murray, Mrs, 18 Clarendon crescent 
Murray, Mrs P. 5 Danube street 
Murray, Mrs W. tailor and clothier, 45 St 

Mary's wynd 
Murray, Mrs William, 65 Lauriston place 
Murray, Mrs, 21 Northumberland street 
Murray, Mrs Wm. R. 10 Scotland street 
Murray, Mrs, furniture dealer, 253 Cowgate 
Murray, Mrs, 31 Queen street 
Murray, Mrs, 19 Raeburn place 
Murray, Miss, milliner and dressmaker, 9 

Howe street 
Murray, Miss, 6 Comely green place 
Murray, Miss, 17 Preston street 
Murray, Miss Barbara, 126 Lauriston pi. 
Murray, Miss M. 11 Teviot row 
Murray, Misses, 44 Rankeillor street 
Murray, Misses, furnishing shop, 50 Brough- 

ton street 
Murray, Misses, 19 Dean terrace 
Murray, Misses, 17 Randolph crescent 
Murray, Misses, milliners and dressmakers, 

75 Broughton street 
Murrie, Alex. 22 St Patrick square 
Musgrave, J. gardener, Mayfield, Grange toll 
Musgrave, Mrs, portrait and miniat.-painter, 

16 South Charlotte street 
Musgrove, J. hosier & glover, 5 Melbourne pi. 
Musgrove, John, coal merchant, 6 Howe st. 

and 5 Melbourne pi. 
Musgrove, Wm. successor to Geo. Bookless, 

glazier and painter, 33 Frederick st. — ho. 

68 George st. 
Mushet, James, draper, 1/ South bridge 
Mushet, John, 1 Walker street 
Mutrie, Wm. hairdresser, 41 Blair street 
Mutter, Andrew, coal merchant and general 

agent, 9 Romilly place 
Mutter, John, 2 Wharton lane 
Mutter, Miss M. W. green groc. 9 Romilly pi. 
Mutter, Miss, 31 Clerk street 
Mutual Scottish Amicable Life Insur. Soc. 

3 No. St David st H. G. Watson and 

Thomas G. Dickson, agents. — See Adv. 
Myles, John, tavern, 5 Fleshmarket close 
Myles, John, portrait painter, 16 Picardy pi. 
Mylne, James, W.S , 35 Charlotte square 
Myrtle, John Young, M.D., F.R.C.P. 24 Rut- 
land street 
Myrtle, Wm. C. A., 3 Thistle court— agent 

for London Union Assurance Society {Fire 

and Life), and for West. Life Assur. Society 



Myrtle, Miss, 26 Rosebank cottages 

Nachot, Dr H. W. 113 Princes st. 

Nagle, Mrs, 5 Upper Grey street 

Nairn, John, grocer, 9 E. Richmond street 

Nairn, William, greengrocer, 64 Nicolson st. 

Nairne, James, sec. N. Brit. Railway, 8 Hen- 
derson row 

Nairne, Mrs Charles, 8 Henderson row 

Naismith, Wm. & Son, leather merchants, 
20 Causeyside 

Naismith, Alexander, farmer, Windlestrawlee 

Naismith, Alexander, 38 Cumberland street 

Naismith, John, grocer, Hillhousefield 

Naismith, John Wilson, engraver, 1 St James' 
square 

Naismith, Robert, tavern, 17 Citadel 

Naismith, Mrs T. Victoria grove 

Nanson, J. H. collector of H.M. customs, 
Forihland house. Trinity 

Napier, Alex. John, W.S. -23 Albany street 

Napier, A. druggist, 47 South Clerk street 

Napier, B. & Co. paper-rulers, 150 High st. 

Napier, Charles, flesher, 1 Blackford place, 
Morningside 

Napier, George, advocate, and sheriff of 
Peeblesshire, Coates hall 

Napier, George, tailor, 13 Frederick street 

Napier, J. Spring valley, Morningside 

Napier, James, smith, 39 Water lane — ho. 76 
Constitution street 

Napier, James, chemist and druggist, 125 
Nicolson street 

Napier, James Brand, teacher of drawing, 20 
St Andrew sq. — ho. 49 S. Clerk st. 

Napier, John, 14 Sciennes street 

Napier, Mark, advocate, sheriff of Dumfries- 
shire, 6 Ainslie place 

Napier, Robt. builder and contractor, 40 
Bread street 

Napier, Robert, 6 Grange place 

Napier, Thomas, vintner, 7 Charlotte place 

Napier, Mrs Charles, 8 Bonnington place 

Nash, Wm. B. 21 Gardner's cres. 

Nasmyth, Robert, F.R.C.S. surgeon-dentist 
to the Queen, 5 Charlotte square 

National Assurance' and Investment Asso- 
ciation, 2-b St Andrew square — Z\iillar and 
Millar, local managers 

National Bank of Scotland, 42 St Andrew 
square, and 16 St Bernard street, Leith 

National Mercantile Life Office, 21 St 
Andrew's square — Andrew Fyfe, agent 

National Security Savings' Bank of Edin- 
burgh — office, 12 South St David street 

National Fire & Life Insur. Com. of Scot- 
land, 22 St Andrew square — John M. 
M'Candlisb, manager. — See Adv. 

National Live Stock Insurance Comp., 72 
Princes st. — Wm. Lambert, agent 

Naumann, T. W. professor of music, 16 
South Charlotte street 

Naysmith, John, baker, 72 Giles' street 



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Neaves, Charles, clerk of Justiciary, 47 Queen 

street 
Neaves, Lord, 7 Charlotte square 
Neil, John, & Co., brassfounders and gas- 
fitters to the Queen, Callender house, 67 
Canongate, with entrance also 16 N. Back 
of Canongate 
Neil. Mrs, 16 Warriston crescent 
Neill ec Co. printers, 10 Old Fishmarket close 
Neill, John, 22 Rose st. 
Neill, Mrs Andrew, 31 India street 
Neill, Mr?, 13 Windsor street 
Neill, Miss, 8 London st. 
Neill, Miss, 69 York place 
Neilson, E. Little, 148 Causeyside 
Neilson, G. & Son, hand-railers and bell- 
hangers, Sandilands" close 
Neilson, George, smith, 27 College wynd — 

house, 4 St Patrick square 
Neilson, James, S.S.C. 3 Aberciomby place 
Neilsou, John, clerk (Edin. & Leith Brewery) 

Jane mount, St Leonard's 
Neilson, John (G-P.-O.), 3 Shrub place 
Neilson, Stuart, W.S. 1 No. Charlotte street 
Neilson, William, wright and cabinetmaker, 

Duke street lane — ho. 7 Little King st. 
Neilson, William, 1 North Charlotte street 
Neilson, Mrs, S Gayfield square 
Neilson, Miss Jane, female teacher, Orphan 

Hospital 
Nelson & Sons, publishers, Hope park end 
Nelson, James, jeweller and dentist, 5 Mon- 
tagu street 
Nelson, John, cabinetmaker, 15 St James' sq. 
Nelson, Robt. R., printseller, stationer, and 
artists' colourman, 27 Hanover st. — house, 
33 London street 
Nelson, T. publisher, Abden ho. Prestonfield 
Nelson, Thomas, linen draper, 9 Calton street 
Nelson, Win. publisher, W. Newington ho. 
Nelson, Mrs George, 28 Constitution street 
Ness, John, sculptor, IS Leith walk 
Ness, Johu, wine and spirit merchant, 1 

Montgomery street 
Ness, T. smith, 29 Commercial place — ho. 1 

Regent street 
Ness, Mrs John, IS Gardner's crescent 
Nevison, Thomas, joiner and cabinetmaker, 

North-west Circus lane 
Newbigeing, David, agent, 1 Buccleuch st. 
Newbigging, Jas. painter, 7 Eristo st. — ho. 

56 Candlem. row 
Newbigging, Patrick, M.D..F.R.CS. 29 Heriot 

row 
New Club, So Princes street — David Home, 

secretary 
New College, head of Mound 
Newington Pleading Rooms, 99 Causeyside 
Newlands, Peter, rope manufacturer, 106 

Grassmarket 
Newlands, James, 55 East Crosscauseway 
Newton, James, W.S. 33 Great King street 
Newton, James, hatter, 21 St Mary : s wynd 



Newton, Robert, superintendent of roads, 

County hall — house, 13 Middleby street 
Newton, Wm. Waring Hay, of Newton, 36 

George square 
Newton, William, 12 Atholl place 
Niblett, F. B. (Alfred Davis % Co. London) 

16 Picardy pi. — ho. Erneston lodge. Wardie 
Nicfaol, Davidson, stationer, 14 Arniston place 
Nichoi, James, bookseller and publisher, 104 

High street (publication office of Mission- 
ary Records of Free Church of Scotland, and 

the Bulwark or Reformation Journal) — ho. 

7 Salisbury place 
Nichoi, Mrs, 20 Haddington pi. 
Nichoi, Misses, milliners and dressmakers, 

37 North Castle street 
Nicholson and Johnston, grocers and wine 

merchants, 1 E. Preston street. 
Nicholson, Jas. shipmaster, I Albany st. Leith 
Nicholson, John, lodgings, 44 Cumberland st. 
Nicholson, Rev. Maxwell, 3 Regent terrace 
Nicholson, "Wm. grocer, <xc. 53 Lauriston pi. 
Nicholson, Mrs, 41 East Claremont st. 
Nicholson, Mrs, Go Frederick street 
Nicol, Andrew, bootmaker, 26 Elder st. 
Nicol, Erskine, R.S.A. 1 Blenheim place 
Nicol, James, cooper, 13 Cassels' place 
Nicol, John, architect and builder, 1 6 Brough- 

ton street 
Nicol, John C. (Scott <£■ Orr), Kief house 
Nicol, John, 2 W. Lauriston place 
Nicol, Capt. Robt. 8 Baxter's pi. 
Nicol, Robt. painter & glazier, 27 Frederick st. 

— house, 6 S. Charlotte street 
Nicol, Robert Gordon, messenger-at-arms, 11 

Bauk st. 
Nicol, Robert, die & stamp cutter, 37 North 

bridge — house, 26 Rankeillor street 
Nicol, Rev. Walter M. private teacher, 18 

Dundas street 
Nicol, Wm. bootmaker, 11 St Leonard's st. 
Nicol, Miss, 28 London street 
Nicol, Misses, dressmakers, 30 St James' sq. 
Nicol, Misses, 17 Union place 
Nicoll, Alexander, 2 Salisbury street 
Nicoll, Alex, accountant, 6 York place — ho. 

2 Elm row 
Nicolson, D. 26 Carrubber's close 
Nicolson, David, & Son, grocers, wine & spirit 

merchants, 36 Canongate 
Nicolson, David, baker, 40 Abbey hill 
NicolsoD, D. jun. (D. X. and Son) 2 East 

Norton place 
Nicolson, Dav. sen. merchant, 120 Causeyside 
Nicolson, George (Henderson JJ Bisset), 2 

Atholl place 
Nicolson, John, cab hirer, 2 John's lane 
Nicolson, J. Badinach, advocate, 31 Albany st. 
Nicolson, J. (Russell & Nicolson), 2S India st. 
Nicolson, Joshua, boot and shoemaker, 117 

Rose street 
Nicolson, William, Williamfield, Bonnington 
Nicolson, William, grocer, 16 Chapel street 



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Nicolson, Mrs, 12 Warriston crescent 
Night Asylum, Old Fishmarket close, 190 

High street 
Nightingale, Edward W. clothier, 19 South St 

Andrew street 
Nightingale, E. W. 4 Henderson row 
Nimmo, Arch. (B. Linen Co.), 37 St An- 
drew square 
Nimmo, David, engraver, lithographer, and 

printer, 3 East Register street 
Nimmo, J. & J. engravers, lithogs., copper- 
plate and letterp. printers, 7 Carrubber's cl. 
Nimmo, James (P. and J. N.), 38 Castle street 
Nimmo, Primrose (P. and J. JV.), 4 Wharton 

place 
Nimmo, Primrose & Jas. brassfoun. plumbers, 

and gas-meter manufrs. 8 N. Bank street 
Nimmo, T. & Son, turners and spinning-wheel 

makers, N.-E. Thistle street lane 
Nimmo, Robert, 20 Stafford street 
Nimmo, William, stationer, 132 Kirkgate 
Nimmo, William, commission agent, Bell's 

court, Leith 
Nimmo, William P. bookseller and publisher, 

2 S. St. David street— ho. 4 Wharton pi. 
Nimmo, Mrs Alex. 8 Albany street, Leith 
Nimmo, Mrs F. J. 59 Constitution street 
Nimmo, Mrs, 3 Ronaldson's buildings 
Nimmo, Misses, dressmakers, 51 Hanover st. 
Nisbet, George, tea, wine, and spirit mercht. 

27 Grassmarket 
Nisbet, James, sheriff officer (J.P.C.), 4 For- 
rest road 
Nisbet, James, 11 Queen street 
Nisbet, James, S.S.C. 31 St Andrew square 
Nisbet, James, wine and spirit merchant, a-1 

Catharine street — house, 28 Greenside st. 
Nisbet, James, spirit dealer, 3 Water lane 
Nisbet, J. C. writer, 7 N.-W. Circus place 
Nisbet, John More, 12 Atholl crescent 
Nisbet, John, 2 Beaumont place 
Nisbet, John, house-painter, 15 George street 
Nisbet, Robert, house agent, 20 St Leonard 

street 
Nisbet, Rev. Robert, D.D. 19 Lynedoch 

place 
Nisbet, Robert (G. P.-O.), 35 Lothian st. 
Nisbet, Robert, baker, 38 Rose street 
Nisbet, Rob. boat builder, 3 Albany st. Leith 
Nisbet, Robert, grocer, 62 St Leonard street 
Nisbet, Thomas, cane-worker, 20 St James' 

square 
Nisbet, Thos. auctioneer and appraiser, 11 
So. Hanover st. — house, 5 Gayfield square 
Nisbet, Thomas, 8 George street 
Nisbet, Rev. Wm. 10 Argyle square 
Nisbet, William J. surgeon, Leith Medical 

Hall, 34 Bridge street, Leith 
Nisbet, William, 9 Lauriston street 
Nisbet, Wm. shoemaker, 13 S. St David st. 
Nisbet, Mrs John, 1 Erskine place 
Nisbet, Mrs Robert, 15 Montagu street 
Nisbet, Mrs, lodgings, 35 Lothian street 



Nisbet, Mrs, flesher, Veal market 

Nisbet, Miss, 29 Montagu street 

Niven, Archd. dairy, 51 Cumberland street 

Niven, Alex. T., C.A. (P. Morrison and A. 

T. N.), 9 North St David st.— ho. 33 Scot- 
land street 
Niven, Jn., M.D. surgeon, 110 Lauriston pi. 
Niven, Robert, gardener, Allanfield 
Niven, Robt. jun. gardener, Jamaica st. Leith 
Niven, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 5 

Milne square 
Niven, Thomas, druggist, 42 Kirkgate, Leith 
Niven, Miss, 8 Atholl place 
Nivison, Rev. Alexander, LL.OO.P. 22 Gay- 

field square 
Nivison, Mrs, 41 Inverleith row 
Nixon, J. clog and shoe shop, 127 High street 
Noble, Alexander, chemist and druggist, 24 

N.-West Circus pi. 
Noble, James, grocer, I Claremont place 
Noble, R. grocer and spirit merchant, 94 West 

port 
Noble, William, wine merchant and grocer, 7 

William street 
Noble, Mrs, coal merchant, 13 Port-Hope- 

toun — ho. 151 Fountainbridge 
Noble, Mrs, sick nurse, 3 Windmill lane 
Noble, Mrs Alexander, 7 N.-West Circus pi. 
Noble, Mrs James, 14 Charlotte square 
Noble, Mrs, 7 Scotland street 
Nolli, John B. spirit dealer, 5 Ronaldson's 

buildings 
Norfolk Cattle Insurance Society, 8 Elder 

street — William Thomson, agent 
Norfolk Farmers' Cattle Insurance Co. 46 

N. Hanover street — John Innes, man 

for Scotland. — See Adv. 
Norie, Robert, 24 Brunswick street 
Norie, Miss, 17 Maitland street 
Norrie, David, spirit dealer, 1 Shore 
Norris, Henry Lee, North British Rubber 

Co. Castle mills, Fountainbridge — house, 

4 Church hill 
North British Advertiser office, 8 Melbourne 

place 
North British Agriculturist office, 377 

High street 
North British Colour Co., colour, paint, and 

varnish manufacturers, 20 Elbe street, 

Little Carron, and 4 Commercial pi., Leith 
North British Fire and Life Insurance Co. 

64 Princes street. — See Adv. 
North British Railway Co. offices, Canal st., 

and 4 Princes street, Edin., and 1 Shore, 

Leith — James Nairne, secretary 
North British Rubber Company (Limited), 

Castle-mills, Fountainbridge 
North Briton newspaper, publishing office, 

369 High street 
North of Scotland Steam Shipping Co., 

Caithness, Aberdeen, and Edinburgh Screw 

Steam Shipping Co., Joseph Falconer & Co. 

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Northern Assurance Co. 20 St Andrew 
square — R. Christie, jun. secretary. — See 
Adv. 
Northern Club, 91 George street 
Northern Coal Mining Co. 3 Coalhill 
Northern District School, Henderson row 
Northern Lighthouse Office — A. Cunning- 
ham, secretary, 84 George street — ho. 17 
Coates crescent 
Northern Reversion Co. 7 N. St Andrew 

street — Wm. Wood, manager 
Norton, Miss, 2 Christian bank 
Norvall, Miss S. 18 George square 
Norwich Union Fire and Life Insurance So- 
ciety, 31 Princes street 
Norwich and London Accident and Casuality 

Insurance Association, 31 Princes street 
Notman, David, wright, Quality lane 
Notman, William, architect, Northfield cot. 

Bonnington 
Notman, Wm. upholsterer, Hope street lane, 

and 14 Charlotte street 
Novice, G. W. artist, 9-a N. St Andrew street 

O'Brien, James, spirit dealer, 309 Canongate 
O'Connel, B. whip gut manufac, Beaverhall 
O'Donnell & Co. licensed appraisers, cabinet & 

upholstery warerooms, 102 Princes street 
O'Donnell, Charles, & Co. furniture dealers, 

156 Cowgate 
O'Donnell, E. 102 Princes street 
O'Donnell, Mrs Charles, 3 Howard place 
Officer, William, S.S.C. 30 Alva street 
Offices for the Schemes of the Church of 

Scotland, 22 Queen street 
Offices of the Free Church, 58 Frederick st. 
Offices of the U. P. Church, 5 Queen st. 
Ogg, Peter, cowfeeder, 128 Rose street 
Ogilvie, A. (J. § A. 0.), 5 West Newington 
Ogilvie, Charles, grocer, 50 Dundas street 
Ogilvie, George, house governor, Stewart's 

hospital 
Ogilvie, J. & A. tweed warehousemen, 31 

North bridge 
Ogilvie, James (J. §• A. 0.), 128 Princes st. 
Ogilvie, John, secretary North British In- 
surance Co. 64 Princes street 
Ogilvie, John, letter- press printer, Milne's 

close, 212 Canongate 
Ogilvie, J. (J. O. and Co.) 43 Bernard st. 
Ogilvie, John, & Co. commission merchants, 

48 Bernard street 
Ogilvie, Robt. G., W.S. 14 Cumberland street 
Ogilvie, Robert, Windmill house 
Ogilvie, Lieut. S. T., R.N. 3 Howard place 
Ogilvie, T. baker & confectioner, 2 Elm row 
Ogilvie, Wm., pro v. dealer, 42 Leith wynd 
Ogilvie, Mrs, 5 West Newington 
Ogilvie, Mrs, 19 Montagu street 
Ogilvy, Alexander (Stamp Office) Inverforth, 

Trinity 
Ogilvy, Charles, 106 Lauriston place 
Ogilvy, James, accountant, 41 Castle street 



Ogilvy, M. F. 50 Gilmour place 

Ogilvy, James, artist, 2 West Nicolson street 

Ogilvy, James, writer, 1 Eyre place 

Ogilvy, Mrs, 50 Gilmour place 

Ogilvy, Miss, 22 Warriston crescent 

Ogle and Murray, theological and classical 

booksellers, 49 South bridge 
O'Hara, R. C. Comely gardens, Abbey hill 
Oldham, J. 51 New buildings — house, 2 East 

Preston street, Newington terrace 
Oliphant, Francis, baker, 6 Middle Arthur pi. 
Oliphant, Francis, jun. baker, 110 High st. 
Oliphant, Robt., S.S.C. 17 Young street 
Oliphant, Robert, stabler, Charlotte lane — ho. 

1 Alva street 
Oliphant, Wm. & Co. publishers and book- 
sellers, 7 South bridge 
Oliphant, W. (W. O. fr Co.), 21 Buccleuch pi. 
Oliphant's school, 33 Charlotte square — ho. 
Woodville, Murrayfield — Thomas Spittal, 
janitor 
Oliphant, Mrs John Hope, 2 Atholl crescent 
Oliphant, Mrs Walter, 8 Buccleuch place 
Oliver & Boyd, publishers, printers, and book- 
binders, Tweeddale court, 16 High street 
Oliver, J. S. (ilf' L., O. & Co.) 12 Dublin st. 
Oliver, R. S. {Grieve fr 6.), 13 Gayfield sq. 
Oliver, Walter, tailor, 22 William street 
Oliver, W. grocer and spirit dlr. 152 Cowgate 
Oliver, Mrs Thomas, 7 Regent terrace 
Oliver, Mrs Thomas, Newington lodge 
Oliver, Misses, 11 Rutland square 
Oman, Natb. tailor, 56 Thistle street 
Omond, Robert, M.D., F.R.C.S.E. 43 Char- 
lotte square 
O'Neill, James, broker, 100 Cowgate 
O'Neill, J. clothier, outfitter, and draper, 74 

and 102 High St.— ho. 18 Nicolson street 
O'Neill, John, staff-adjutant, 1 St Stephen st. 
O'Neill, Michael, broker, 106 Cowgate 
O'Neill, Patrick, clothier and outfitter, 29 St 

Mary's wynd 
Orange, Andr6, photographist artist, 11 

Nicolson square 
Orchardson, Wm. Q. artist, 2 Warriston cres. 
Ord, Miss, Parson's green 
Orde, Rev. Leonard Shafto, 28 York place 
Ordnance Survey Office, 11 Melbourne pi., 

Richard H. Stotherd, R.E. 
O'Rielly, T. (Inland Revenue), 26 Sciennes 
Oriental Bank Corporation, 23 St Andrew 

sq. Robert Dundas Cay, agent. — See Adv. 
Orkney, George, gardener, Northfield 
Orman, Wm. gilder & frame maker, 1 Hill pi. 
Ormiston, John, baker, 3 Orchardfield place 
Ormiston, James, baker, 8 W. Crosscausey 
Ormiston, Mrs, spirit dealer, 51 St Andrew 

street, Leith 
Orphan Hospital, Dean — J. Scott Mon- 

criefF, treasurer, 20 India street 
Orphoot, Peter, M.D. surgeon-dentist, 113 

George street 
Orphoot, Mrs, 113 George street 



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Orr, David, letter-carrier, 28 Lauriston st. 

Orr, Capt. Edw. M., H.E.I.C.S. 13 Bruns- 
wick street, Hillside 

Orr, Captain J. superintendent of Naval and 
Military Academy, 42 St Cuthbert street 

Orr, James, coalmaster {Simpson and Co.), 1 
Grove st. 

Orr, John, CM. 33 Parkside street 

Orr, Kobert, advocate, 15 Great King street 

Orr, William, dairyman, 33 Jamaica st. 

Orr, Mrs, 5 Randolph place 

Orr, Mrs C. 15 Great King street 

Orr, Mrs W. lodgings, 8 Kerr street 

Orr, Miss, 23 Saxe Coburg place 

Orrock & Hepburn, surgeons and dentists, 7 
Abercromby place 

Orrock, Alex, bookbinder and stationer, 35 
South bridge — house, 5 Roxburgh pi. 

Orrock, Hector H. architect, 19 Broughton pi. 

Orrock, J. ( O. $* Hepburn), 7 Abercromby pi. 

Orrock, Mrs, lodgings, 67 Hanover street 

Oswald, J. (General Register house), 23 Dub- 
lin street 

Oswald, Mrs, grocer, 1 Dundas street 

Otago Emigration Office, 20 St Andrew sq. 

Ott, William, clockmaker, 48 Leith street — 
house, IS Broughton street 

Ovenston, Mrs, spirit dealer, 1 Citadel 

Owen, Chas. painter & glazier, 2 W. Preston 
street, and 4 Victoria street 

Owen, O. Davies, chemist and druggist, 152 
Pleasance 

Pack, Misses, 16 West Preston street 
Packwood, Thomas, tailor, Newhaven 
Padon, A. & D. booksellers and stationers, 13 

St Andrew square 
Padon, Thomas, S.S.C. 15 Hart street 
Pae, James, cowfeeder, 36 Broughton street 
Pagan, Archibald, grocer and spirit dealer, 14 

India place 
Pagan, Oswald, spirit dealer, 11 Lady Law- 
son's wynd 
Pagan, S. A., M.D., F.R.C.S. 8 Melville street 
Pagan, Thomas, grocer, victual and spirit 

merchant, 155 West port 
Pagan, Miss, teacher of drawing and painting, 

15 Fettes row 
Page, David, 42 Gilmour place 
Page, G. general agent, 17 Calton hill 
Pairman Brothers, provision merchants, 87 

Potterrow 
Pairman, J. (P. Brothers), Hope park square 
Pairman, R. spirit merchant, 198 Canongate 
Pairman, Robert, 5 Roxburgh place 
Pairman, Wm. (P. Brothers), Hope park sq. 
Pallister, Robert, 9 Clyde street 
Palmer, David, hairdresser, 13 St Anthony pi. 
Palmer, James, teacher of music, 6 Union pi. 
Palmer, James, grocer, 101 Grassmarket 
Palmer, John, hairdresser, Lothian road 
Palmer, M. (Baillie Sf i\), 3 Comely green pi. 
Palmer, Thomas, victual dlr. 15 Cowgatehead 



Panton, William, clothier, hatter, and hosier, 

36 South bridge — ho. 31 Gayfield square 
Panton, Mrs Wm. 35 Barony street 
Paris, James, S.S.C. pror.-fiscal of Holyrood, 

50 George st. — ho. 59 Cumberland st. 
Paris, Mrs, grocer and spirit dealer, 61 Cum- 
berland street 
Park, A. & J. wine merchants, importers and 
dealers in linseed cakes, manures, seeds, 
&c. 7 George street — warehouses, Thistle 
street and 34 Mitchell street, Leith (late 
Hunter square) 
Park, Arch. {A. $ J. P.), 53 George street 
Park, Howard {Inland Revenue), 19 India 

street 
Park, James, 6 Rutland street 
Park, John, advocate, 1 Thomas street 
Park, John W. boot maker, 4 William street 
Park, Robert, merchant, 2 Brandon street 
Park, R. and J. timber merchants, Tower 

street 
Park, Thomas, shoemaker, 3 Hay's court 
Park, Thomas, bootmaker, 5 Glanville place 
Park, Mrs, 23 London street 
Park, Miss, 23 Montagu street 
Parker, John, principal extractor Court of Ses- 
sion, 8 General Register office — house, 8 
Fettes row 
Parker, John J., W.S. {Macbrair and P.), 

4 Brandon street 
Parker, John, Legacy Duty Office, Inland 

Revenue — house, 44 George square 
Parker, John, cabinetmaker and upholsterer, 

30 Broughton street 
Parker, M. & Co. oil merchants, and com- 
mission agents, 36 Whitfield place 
Parker, William A. advocate, 81 Princes st. 
Parlane, Miss, 16 Cumberland street 
Parraffin Light Co. Lochrin works, Howe st. 

— Thomas Rowatt, manager 
Parrot, Captain Robert, Christian bank 
Pasley, Miss, 1 John's place, Leith 
Pass, Edwin, perfumer and hairdresser, 47 
Frederick street — house, 6 Scotland street 
Paterson and Romanes, W.S. 7 Nelson street 
Paterson and Sons, London pianoforte and 

music saloons, 27 George street 
Paterson & Thomson, human hair manufac- 
turers, 20 Elder street 
Paterson, A. & Co. machine and axle makers, 

Greenside lane 
Paterson, A. & J. smiths, St Cuthbert's lane 
Paterson, Abertas, furniture dealer and auc- 
tioneer, 4 and 20 Blair street — house, 13 
Paterson, Adam, W.S. 36 Heriot row 
Paterson, Alex, wine merchant, 9 Bernard 

street — house, 21 Drummond place 
Paterson, Alexander John, 23 Heriot row 
Paterson, Alex, inspector of stamps and taxes, 

6 Waterloo place 
Paterson, Alexander, Holly lodge, Trinity 
Paterson, Alex. F. grocer, 39 Kirkgate, Leith 
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Paterson, Andrew, C.A. 3 North St Andrew 

street — house, 8 Abercromby place 
Paterson, Archibald, merchant, 2 Baxter's 

place 
Paterson, Arch, paste blacking manufacturer, 

2 James' place 
Paterson, D. & Co. fancy bird dealers, 11 

South St Andrew street 
Paterson, Daniel, H. M. customs, 15 Cannon 

street, Leith 
Paterson, David, plumber, gasfitter, and tin- 
plate worker, Dean 
Paterson, David A. (Cochrane, Paterson, fy 

Co.), Restalrig park, Restalrig road, Leith 
Paterson, David F. agent, 5 Kerr street 
Paterson, D. W. (Lindsay fy Paterson), 2-1 

Dublin street 
Paterson, David, brassfounder and gasfitter, 

1 Thistle street — house, 31 East Cumber- 
land street 
Paterson, Geo. & Son, builders and asphalters, 

84 South Clerk street, and 27 Charlotte 

street, Leith — See Adv. 
Paterson, George, pawnbroker, 138 Pleasance 
Paterson, Geo. of Castle-Huntly, advocate, 3 

Coates crescent 
Paterson, Geo. (Bank of Scot.), 35 Minto st. 
Paterson, Henry, birdstuffer and cage maker, 

18 South Frederick street 
Paterson, Hugh, & Co. carpet manufacturers, 

damask & chintz warehouse, 77 South br. 
Paterson, Hugh, plumber, &c. 5 Elm row 
Paterson, Jas. pawnbroker, 1 Richmond pi. 
Paterson, James, 6 South Gray street 
Paterson, James, 85 Great King street 
Paterson, James A. (Bank of Scotland), 35 

Minto street 
Paterson, James (Geo. P. and Son), 41 South 

Clerk street 
Paterson, James, (Lands Valuation Office), 

6 W. Preston street 
Paterson, James, cheese merchant, oilman, and 

drysalter, 42 Grassmarket — ho. 15 Graham 

street 
Paterson, J. (A. P. #■ Co.) 35 Leith street 
Paterson, James, M.D. 17 St Bernard's cresc. 
Paterson, John ( G. P. and Son), asphalt 

manager, 7 Henry street 
Paterson, John, S.S.C. 21 Nelson street 
Paterson, J.(Dt/mock Sf P.), 42 Rankeillor st. 
PatersoD, John, watch material dealer, 150 

High street — house, 13 Brown street 
Paterson, John, grocer, 57 Leith wynd 
Paterson, John, dairy, 37 Duke street, Leith 
Paterson, John, inspector of lighting and 

cleaning, 1 Lord Russell place 
Paterson, John, vintner, 21 Fleshmarket close 

— house, Burnhouse, Portobello 
Paterson, John, 13 Brown street 
Paterson, John, flesher, Couper street 
Paterson, John, civil engineer, 20 St Andrew 

square —house, 4 Bellevue terrace 
Paterson, L. merchant, 42 Quality street 



Paterson, Maurice, bookbinder & bookseller, 
15 Broughton street — house, 31 

PatersoD,R. architect and city assessor, valu- 
ation of lands' act, — office, 6 Hanover street 
— house, West Union villa, Grange road 

Paterson, Robert, music seller, 27 George st. 

Paterson, Robert, M.D., F.R.C.P. 32 Char- 
lotte street, Leith 

Paterson, Rob. merchant, 118 Lauriston pi. 

Paterson, Rob. lodgings, 19 Duke street 

Paterson, R. Roy, music seller, 27 George st. 

Paterson, Robert, cabinet maker, 34 South 
Frederick street 

Paterson, Thomas, grocer, wine and spirit 
mercht. 5 E. Register street 

Paterson, Thomas, tailor &, clothier, 369 High 
street 

Paterson, Thomas (Customs), 18 Glover st. 

Paterson, Thos. K. jeweller, 24 Nicolson street 

Paterson, Thos. draper, 56 Lothian street 

Paterson, Thos. spirit dealer, 98 Kirkgate 

Paterson, Thomas, letter-carrier, G Gardner's 
crescent 

Paterson, Thomas, teacher of writing, arith- 
metic, and book-keeping, 9 E. Thistle street 

Paterson, Wm. new & second-hand bookseller, 
74 Princes street 

Paterson, VV. (JP. Richardson <fy Co.), 10 Ken- 
street 

Paterson, Wm. (B. L. Co.'s BL), 4 Regent 
terrace 

Patersou, W. Orr, advocate, 39 Albany st. 

Paterson, Mrs Ann, spirit mer. 32 Northum- 
berland street — ho. 4 Northumberland pi. 

Paterson, Mrs George, 41 South Clerk street 

Paterson, Mrs Henry, 2 Wardie crescent 

Paterson, Mrs Henrietta, coach hirer, 10 
Elm row 

Paterson, Mrs Maria, lodgings, 3 Rutland st. 

Paterson, Mrs, millinery, baby linen, and stay 
warehouse, 54 Lothian street 

Paterson, Mrs, lodgings, 12 Carnegie street 

Paterson, Mrs, Wardie villa 

Paterson, Mrs, 42 Drummond place 

Paterson, Mrs, 42 York place 

Paterson, Mrs, of Castle Huntly, 3 Coates cr. 

Paterson, Mrs, of Merryflats, 4 Carlton st. 

Paterson, J. & A. milliners and straw-hat 
makers, 55 High street 

Paterson, Miss Mary, 1 1 Warriston crescent 

Paterson, Miss, dressmaker, 13 Frederick st. 

Paterson, Miss, 35 Scotland street 

Paterson, Miss, 44 Howe street 

Paterson, Misses, 23 Heriot row 

Patison, Mrs William, Pirniefield 

Patison, Mrs, 2 William street 

Paton & Ritchie, printers, publishers, and 
stationers, 81 Princes street— printing-office, 
13 George street 

Paton, Alex, boot and shoe maker, 28 S. bridge 

Paton, Alexander G. boot & shoe maker 24 
Hanover street, and 144 Rose street 

Paton, Andrew M. brewer, 6 Beaumont «iL 
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Paton, Charles, painter, 21 London street 
Paton, Hugh, printer, book & printseller, pic- 
ture-cleaner, carver and gilder to the Queen 
andH.R.H. the Duchess of Kent, 10 Princes 
street — printing-office, 8 North College st. 
— house, 35 Tower street, Portobello 
Paton, James, fruit and. green grocer, 48 

Dundas street 
Paton, John, H.M. General Register House, 

16 Meadow place 
Paton, Joseph Noel, R.S.A. artist, 37 Drum- 

mond place 
Paton, Thomas S. advocate, 11 Forres street 
Paton, Thomas, metal dealer and refiner, 

Ironside court, 93 Abbey hill 
Paton, Walter, cabinetmaker, 12 Brandon st. 
Paton, Walter, surveyor for Lloyd's, 33 Sand- 
port street — house, Leith mount 
Paton, Mrs, 2 George place 
Paton, Miss, 7 Mansionhouse road 
Paton, Miss, 56 Clerk street 
Paton, Miss, 7 London street 
Paton, Miss, 31 Broughton place 
Patrick, M'Ewen, & Carment, W.S. 32 Al- 
bany street 
Patrick, Robert, hatter, 153 High street 
Patrick, William, W.S. 32 Albany street 
Patrick, Mrs S. 6 St Bernard's crescent 
Patriotic Assurance Co. of Ireland, 5 Old 
Physic gardens — D. & J. Robertson, agents 
Patten, John, W.S. 7 Drummond place 
Patterson, John C. {In. Rev.) 3 Comely green 

crescent 
Patterson, Thos. {A. Bell and Co.), 3 Rutland 

square 
Patterson, W. Greenoak, bookseller, 4 North 

College street 
Patterson, R. H., 6 Roxburgh street 
Patterson, Wm. upholsterer, cabinetmaker, 
and house agent, 10 Queensferry street — 
house, 8 West Maitland street 
Patterson, Wm. boot and shoe manufacturer, 

243 Cowgate 
Patteson, Matthew, 3 Lutton place 
Pattison, Alex. Dunn, advocate, bar chambers 

81 Princes street 
Pattison, G. H. advocate, 18 Duke street 
Pattison, John, W.S. 16 Broughton place 
Pattison, T. H., M.D., F.R.C.P. 39 London 

street 
Pattison, Walter G. mercht. 35 Bernard st. 

Leith — house, Seacliff villa, Trinity 
Pattison, Mrs James, 7 Newington terrace 
Pattison, Mrs Thos. Summer lodge, Trinity 
Pattison, Miss, boarding-school, 13 West 

Preston street 
Pattison, Miss, 33 Dundas street 
Pattison, Misses, 33 East Claremont street 
Patton, George, advocate, 30 Heriot row 
Patton, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 8 Kerr street 
Pattullo, Miss, 38 Ann street 
Paul, Henry, 13 Torphicben street 
Paul, Rev. John. D.D, 13 George square 



Paul, Patrick, S.S.C., 7 No. St David street 
Paul, Rob. 12 Torphichen street, and Kirk- 
land lodge, Hermiston 
Paul, Thomson, W.S. 10 Union street 
Paulin, George, cabinetmaker and furniture 
dealer, 4 Howe st. — work-shop, Jamaica st. 
Paxton, Jas. shoemaker, 7 Roxburgh terrace 
Paxton, John, wine & spirit merchant, 6 Coat- 
field lane 
Paxton, S. 6 Glover street 
Paxton, William, 30 William street 
Paxton, Wm. (J. Fulton and Co.), 11 Archi- 
bald place 
Payn, James, 13 St Bernard's crescent 
Peace & Co. agents for the goods traffic of the 
E. & G. and S. C. Railways— offices at Ediii. 
Leith, and Granton Railway Stations 
Peace, Jas. {P. §• Co.), 2 Haddington place 
Peacock, Adam, tobacco manufacturer, 54 

Shore — house, 10 Wellington place 
Peacock, Adam, 19 Home street 
Peacock, Andrew, tobacco manufactr. 10 High 

street — house, 3 Fingal place 
Peacock, Edmund, engraver, lithographer, 
and show-ticket writer, 57 Nicolson street 
Peacock, T. B. com. agent, 2 Montgomery st. 
Peacock, W. tailor and clothier, 20 N. bridge 
Peacock, Wm. S.S.C. and N.P. 1 Hanover st. 

— house, 8 Ann street 
Peacock, E. & M. milliners and dressmakers, 

51 Home street 
Peacock, Mrs G. lodgings, 47 Castle street 
Peacock, Mrs Henry, lodgings, 73 George st. 
Pearce, Mrs, 24 Alva street 
Pearce, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 16 Jamaica street 
Pears, Jas. 2 Buccleuch place 
Pearson & Robertson, W.S. 17 Royal circus 
Pearson, And. clerk of works, 88 Fountainbr. 
Pearson, Adam, 13 Arniston place 
Pearson, Charles, C.A. 128 George street 
Pearson, E. plumber and gasfitter, 48 South 

back of Canongate 
Pearson, Septimus, pianist, 25 Parkside st. 
Pearson, Thos. road contractor, Powburn 
Pearson, Thomas, officer of Inland Revenue, 

3 Comely green crescent 
Pearson, Miss A. 12 Darnaway street 
Peaston, Alex, jeweller, 51 North bridge 
Peaston, Jas. tailor and clothier, 4 West Re- 
gister street — house, 17 Scotland street 
Peaston, Miss E. dressmaker, 2 Cannon st. 
Peat, Captain, R..N. Viewforth house 
Peat, John, 30 Haddington place 
Peat, Mrs, 11 Lynedoch place 
Peat, Mrs, 23 Howe street 
Peattie, John, grocer, 56 Rose street 
Peattie, John, working man's refreshment 

rooms, 39 North Bridge st. 
Peddie & Kinnear, architects, 12 Howe street 
Peddie, J. and A., W.S. 36 Albany street 
Peddie, Alex., M.D., F.R.C.P. 15 Rutland st. 
Peddie, Alex. W.S. (J. and A. Peddie) 36 
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Peddie, Donald Smith, C.A. 1 George street — 

house, Trinity 
Peddie, Jas. W.S. (J. and A. Peddie), 36 

Albany street 
Peddie, James, jun. (Wylie 6f Peddle, C.E.), 

36 Albany street 
Peddie, James, printer, 2 Nicolson square 
Peddie, John Dick, architect, 21 Claremont 

crescent 
Peddie, R. (Young, P. §'Co.) 12 Grove street 
Peddie, Robert, painter, 5 and 11 Junction 

street 
Peddie, Rev. William, D.D. 57 George sq. 
Peddie, Mrs, stay and corsetmaker, 15 W. 

Richmond street 
Peddie, Miss, 118 Lauriston place 
Peddie, Miss, straw-hat mak. Orchardfield ct. 
Pedie, Wm. sheriff-officer, 297 High street 
Peebles, John G. C, S.S.C., 5 Hill street 
Peebles, Wm. clothier, 58 Kirkgate, Leith 
Pelican Life Assurance Company — Agents, 

John M'Culloch (B. L. Co.'s Bank), 11 

Duke st., Jas. Balfour, 14 George St., and 

Murray & Beith, 50 Castle st. — See Adv. 
Pellv, Captain, 1 Manor place 
Pendreigh, Geo. corn mercht. Catcune mills, 

■ — office, Drummond court 
Pendrich, John, baker, 32 Fountainbridge 
Pendridge, John (G.P.-O.), 22 St Leonard st. 
Pendrigh, James, chair-maker, 80 High street 
Pendrigh, William, family linen warehouse, 

Assembly rooms, 54 George st. 
Penman, John, grocer, 42 Giles' street 
Penman, Mrs J. tobacconist, 115 Nicolson st. 
Pennycuik, J. spirit dealer, 148 Causeyside 
Pentland, D. working jeweller, 19 South St 

David street 
Pentland, Young, jun. (P. 8f Son), 12 Spence's 

place, Leith 
Pentland, Y. J. & Son, coopers and stave mer. 

13 Spence's place, Leith 
People's Provident Assurance Society and 

Guarantee Association, 4 Pitt st. — secre- 
tary, Robert Crawford 
People's Provident Life Assurance Co., 73 

George street — Agent, Frederick H. Carter 
Perasso, F. interpreter of Italian and French, 

8 Queen's place, Greenside row 
Perigal, A. landscape painter, 7 Oxford ter. 
Peter, David, 74 Thistle street 
Peterkin, W. A. 14 Grove street 
Peterkin, Mrs, 46 Cumberland street 
Peters, Alex, plumber and gasfitter, 13 Dun- 
das st. — ho. 16 Abbotsford park,Merchiston 
Peters, Robert, boot-tree and last maker, 2 

Old Physic gardens 
Peters, William, accountant, Phoenix Life 

Assurance office, 57 North bridge — house, 

6 Union pi. 
Peterson Brothers & Co. general commission 

merchants, Allison's place 
Peterson, John (Peterson Bro. $• Co.), 24 

Bnccleuch pi. 



Peterson, Magnus M. (Peterson Brothers), 28 

Gayfield square 
Peterson, Rev. Peter, 12 St Leonard st. 
Petley, Major M'Leod, 9 Abbotsford park, 

Morningside 
Petrie, Gavin, gen. merchant, 122 West port 
Petrie, George, accountant, 31 North bridge 
Petrie, Jas. shoemaker, 68 Broughton st. 
Petrie, Stephen F. 3 Pilrig st. 
Pettet and Bell, drapers, 13 St Patrick sq. 
Phemister, R. wright, 14 Lauriston street 
Philip, John, & Son, wine and spirit dealers, 

and cordial manufacturers, 1 Fife pi. 
Philip, Jn. wood merchant, 34. Whitfield pi. 
Philip, Robt., mer., Old Church wharf, Leith 
Philip, Rev. Robert, 5 Salisbury place 
Philip, William, 5 Norton pi. 
Philip, Wm. baker, 1 Leggat's land 
Philipps, Mrs, 8 Duncan street 
Phillips, Stephen, keeper, gallery of casts, 

Royal Institution 
Phillips, Wm. (Com. Bank) 13 Annandalest. 
Phillips, Mrs B. bookseller and stationer, 5 

Warriston place 
Philosophical Institution, 4 Queen street 

— Henry Bowie, secy.; A. Tod, librarian 
Philp, William T. Darnley villa, Morningside 
Philp, Mrs F. P., Willow bank cottage 
Philp's Albion Temp, hotel, 28 St James' sq. 
Philpot, James, 24 Howe st, 
Phin, John, S.S.C. 13 Heriot row 
Phin, C. & A. fishing tackle manufacturer, 80 

Princes street — house, .9 Thistle street 
Phin, Miss, 2 Windsor street 
Phipps, T., Property and Income Tax office, 

6 Waterloo pi. — ho. Seafield house, Leith 
Phipps, Mrs, Seafield house, Links, Leith 
Phos nix Fire Assurance Company — Agents, 

Robert Allan, 4-a St Andrew square; John 

M'Culloch, of B. L. Co.'s bank, 11 Duke 

street; Andrew Muir, 14 Royal Exchange; 

H. G. Watson, 3 N. St David st. ; William 

Muir, Wet dock, Leith See Adv. 

Phcenix Life Assurance office, 57 North br. 
Photographic Society of Scotland, Hall, 51 

George street 
Picken, Thomas, 1 Albany street, Leith 
Picken, William, clock and watchmaker, 

18 Victoria street 
Piggott, George (A. L. office), 2 John's place 
Pike, Wm. silk mercer and draper, 3 Hanover 

street — house, 10 George street 
Pilkinton, Fred. T. Mary cottage, Trinity 
Pilkinton, T. & Son, architects, 24 George st. 
Pillans, H. and J. printers, 6 James' court — 

house, 12 Comely green place 
Pillans, Hugh Scott ( City of Glasgow Bank), 

17 Union place 
Pillans, James, professor of humanity, 43 

Inverleith row 
Pillans, James, 3 St Bernard's crescent 
Pillans, Rob. music seller, 37 S. Hanover st. 
Pillans, Col. Wm. 3 St Bernard's crescent 



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Pillans, Mrs, 2 East Newington place 

Pinkerton, Mrs John, 18 Castle street 

Pinkerton, Miss, 22 Scotland street 

Piper, L. classical teacher, 102- a George st. 

Piper, Mrs, 8 Windsor street 

Pirie, Jas. {Customs), Ellen street 

Pirret, Jas. grocer, 58 Clerk street — ho. 56 

Pirret, Thomas, grocer, 9 West Newington, 

and 3 Blackford place 
Pirrie, David, & Co. Wrights, 8 St Anthony st. 

and 43 Junction street south 
Pitbladdo, Jas. clerk of works, 34 Wright's ho. 
Pitcairn, W. F. 19 Forth street 
Pitcairn, Mrs, 9 Northumberland street 
Pitcairn, Mrs, 14 Heriot row 
Pitcairn, Mrs, 124 Lauriston place 
Pitcairn, Miss, 14 Howe street 
Pitcairn, Miss, 30 York place 
Pitman, Frederick, W.S. (J. and F. Ander- 
son), 50 Castle street 
Pitman, Mrs General, 46 Heriot row 
Pittendrich, John, china, glass, and rag ware- 
house, 5 Potterrow 
Pittendrigh, Rev. George, 8 Spittal street 
Plate Glass Insurance Office, Edinburgh 
branch, 72 Princes street, W. Lambert, 
manager. — See Adv. 
Plate Glass Insurance Co., 46 Hanover st — 

John Innes, manager — See Adv. 
Player, John, coach hirer, 32 Northumber- 
land street 
Playfair, Dr Lyon, C.B. 14 Abercrombly pi. 

and University 
Playfair, Misses, 28 Moray place 
Plenderleath, Mrs, 6 Windmill street 
Plenderleith, Miss, 29 Broughton place 
Plimer & Johnston, masons, 7 Buccleuch st. 

— ho. 26 Crosscausey 
Plimer, James, mason, 36 St Leonard's st. 
Plummer, Alexander, flesher, 47 Home street 
Plummer, Jo. 1 and 2 Middle market — ho. 

35 Lauriston place 
Plummer, Rob. flesher, 29 & 30 Middle mark. 
Pocock, James, upholsterer, Haddon's court 
Pocock, James, upholsterer and cabinetmaker, 

72 Clerk street 
Police Office, Police Chambers, High street, 

and 18 Charlotte street, Leith 
Pollexfen, James R., W.S. 6 India street 
Pollock, David, tailor and clothier, 33 Clerk st. 
Pollock, Peter, and Son, veterinary surgeons, 

83 Rose street — house, 2 Frederick street 
Pollock, Peter, hosier and glover, 94 Nicol- 

son st — house, 92 
Pollock, Peter, bookseller and stationer, 12 

Leith street — house, 13 Calton hill 
Pollock, William, solicitor, 3 N. St Andrew 

street — house, 17 Carlton terrace 
Pollock, Mrs John, 10 St Patrick square 
Poison and Falconer, paper rulers and book- 
binders, 1 Milne square 
Poison, Charles, 6 Brighton street 
Ponton, George, baker, 10 St Vincent street 



Ponton, Robt. spirit merchant, 27 Abbey hill 

Ponton, Miss, 10 Forres street 

Poole, Alex, hairdresser and perfumer, 47 
Broughton street — ho. 16 

Poole, Matthew, 55 Cumberland street 

Poor, Board of Supervision for Relief of the, 
125 George Street 

Poor's Rate Office, 4 Forrest road — Lonald 
M'Donald, collector 

Pope, James, wine merchant, 23 Charlotte st. 
— house, Junction house 

Pope, William, Braid hill, Blackford road 

Porteous, Alex, preparer of scurvy ointment, 5 
Spence's place 

Porteous, A. & A. curriers and leather mer- 
chants, Gulland's close, and 15 South St 
Andrew street — house, 35 Montagu street 

Porteous, Alex, farmer, East Merchiston 

Porteous, Alex, asphalter, 36 Leith walk — ho. 
6 Haddington place 

Porteous, Alex, grocer, Boroughmuirhead 

Porteous, G. victual dealer, 86 Crosscausey 

Porteous, James S. 4 Scotland street 

Porteous, James, teacher, 13 Arthur st. 

Porteous, John D. H. city missionary, 2 Gal- 
loway's entry, 53 Canonga(e 

Porteous, William, writer, 87 George street 

Porteous, William, corn merchant, 11 Grass- 
market — house, 4 Brown's place 

Porteous, William, tailor, 377 High street 

Porteous, William, baker, 2 Union street — ho. 
3 Antigua street 

Porteous, Wm. painter, 7 Baker's place 

Porteous, Mrs, 16 Comely bank 

Porteous, Mrs, 24 Scotland street 

Porteous, Mrs Wm. grocer and spirit dealer, 
1 Heriot mount 

Porteous, Mrs, 22 India street 

Porteous, Mrs, housekeeper, Calton Conven- 
ing hall, 23 Calton hill 

Porteous, Miss, 13 Leopold place 

Porteous, Misses, 16 St Vincent street 

Porter, Martin, bookseller, stationer, and news 
agent, 42 Howe street 

Porter, Thos. wright, West Northumberland 
street lane — house, 9 Jamaica street 

Portei field, Jn. H. gardener, Upper Hermitage 

Port-Hopetoun Foundry, 69 Fountainbr. 

Porter, Win. H. coke and English coal agent, 
3 E. Register street 

Post-Office, General, Waterloo place, and 
103 Constitution street, Leith 

Pottie, Mrs James, 3 Davie street 

Potts, Cairnie, & Ray, cabinetmakers, uphol- 
sterers, and undertakers, 9 Princes street 

Potts, Geo. cabinetmaker, Carleton cottage, 
Spring gardens, Abbey hill 

Potts, G. H. painter & decorator, 92 Princes st. 
— ho. 71 Bristo street 

Potts, T. depute clerk of Session, 3 Register 
office — Iiousp, 19i Broughton place 

Potts, Wm. ( W. %~H. Potts) 23 Gilmore pi. 

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agents for Crawhall, Schultz, and Co. sugar 

refiners, Greenock, and Travers and So s, 

London — Port-Hopetoun warehouses 
Potts, William, agent, 16 Broughton place 
Pourie, A. boot and shoe maker, 44 Bridge st. 
Pourie, John, & Sons, coopers, 10 Sandport 

street — house, 33 Bridge street 
Pow, James, surgeon, 20 Drummond place 
Powell, Frederick W. (Duncan, Flock/tart, d- 

Powell), 3 Vanburgh place 
Powell, G. W. (Super. C. Rail.) Lothian road 

station — ho. 3 Ladyfield place 
Prager, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 9 Society 
Pratt, John, gunmaker, 99 Princes street — 

house, 12 Maryfield, Easter road 
Pratt, Robert, tailor, 44 South bridge 
Pratt, W. E. surveyor department (G.P.- O.), 

13 Picardy place 
Pratt, Mrs, 10 Shrub place 
Pratt, Miss, matron, House of Refuge 
Preacher, John, 1G St James 1 square 
Prentice, Arch. 2 Alison's place 
Prentice, John, cowfeeder, 8 Tolicross 
Prentice, J. Glas, G Warriston crescent 
Prentice, J. Reid, landscape and marine 

painter, 6 Warriston crescent 
Prentice, Mrs Thos. grocer, 13 Couper street 
Prescot, Thomas, gun polisher, 190 Rose st. 
Preston, James, umbrella maker, 3 Bread st. 
Preston, Mrs, 51 Broughton street 
Pretsell, Miss Margaret, 5 Keir street 
Prettie, Mrs T. lodgings, 3 Saunders street 
Pridie, James D. surgeon, 29 South Clerk st. 
Pridie, Peter Hamden, solicitor, 5 Nicolson st. 
Primrose, Hon. B. F. 22 Moray place 
Primrose, John, coal merchant, 34 Whitfield 

place — house, 3 Crown street 
Prince of Wales hotel, 44 & 46 W. Register st. 
Pringle, A. grocer and spiritdeal. 35 Clerk st. 

—ho. 31 
Pringle, Dav. carver and gilder, Chalmers 

close, High street 
Pringle, David, bird dealer, 12 West bow 
Pringle, George, 14 Rutland street 
Pringle, James, grocer, 6 St Leonard's hill 
Pringle, James, draper, 4 St Leonard's street 
Pringle, J. (Edin. Rope Co.), 3 Hermitage pi. 
Pringle, James, general mercht. 4 Calton hill 
Pringle, John, 40 N. Richmond street 
Pringle, John, grocer and spirit merchant, 1 

East Richmond street 
Pringle, Major-Gen. of Symington, 5 Mansion- 
house road 
Pringle, Mark, 4 St Bernard's crescent 
Pringle, Robert, W.S. 14 Ann street 
Pringle, Thomas, mercht. 19 Fitt street 
PriDgle, Thomas, 23 W. Nicolson street 
Pringle, William, Greenhill gardens 
Pringle, Wm. cowfeeder, 4 Elbe street 
Pringle, Wm. victual dealer, 16 Grassmarket 
Pringle, William, 27 William street 
Pringle, Mrs W. A. 6 Randolph cliff 
Pringle, Mrs, gr. and sp. mere. 78 Canongate 



Pringle, Mrs, 9 Wharton place 

Pringle, Miss, draper, 18 N.-W. Circus place 

Pringle, Misses, 5 Randolph cliff 

Pritty, John, printer, 51 Broughton street 

Pritty, John, clerk, 120 Nicolson street 

Pritty, Joseph B. grocer and provision mer- 
chant, 52 Thistle street 

Pkivy Seal Office, 1 9 Register house — (2 to 3, 
Saturdays from 11 to 12) — Alexander Mur- 
doch, sub.-keeper 

Privy Seal, writer to the, A. Carnegy Ritchie, 
advocate, 10 Albany street 

Proctor, Adam, plumber and gasfitter, 8 
Church lane — house, 7 Dean street 

Professional Life Assurance Company, 28 
South Frederick street 

Profit, Mrs Alex. 2 Portland terrace, Leith 

Property & Income Tax Office, 6 Waterloo 
place — J. Balfour, W.S. clerk to Corars. 

Property Investment Company — office, 114 
High street — Alex. Cuthbert, manager 

Proud, Peter, jeweller, 2 North bridge 

Proud, Mrs, grocer, 98 Pleasance 

Proudfoot & Gourlay, joiners and under- 
takers, Morningside 

Proudfoot, James, 15 Parkside street 

Proudfoot, Robert, shoemaker, 1 1 Davie st. 

Proudfoot, Thomas, 5 Fyfe place 

Proudfoot, Wm. (G.P.-O.) 11 Daummondst. 

Provest, Mrs, lodgings, 37 Northumberland st. 

Provident Clerks' Mutual Life Assurance 
and Benevolent Fund — A. Paterson, 3 No. 
St Andrew street 

Provident Clerks' Mutual Life Assurance 
and Benevolent Fund, 6 Elder street — Wm. 
Gray, agent 

Provincial Welsh, Life, Fire, and Annuity, 
46 Hanover street, John Innes, manager 
for Scotland. — See Adv. 

Provincial (The) Fire Insurance Co., Great 
Britain and India, and London Life Assur- 
ance Offices, — Wm. Kelso Thwaites, S.S.C. 
— chambers, 16 Howe street 

Pryde, James, teacher of mathematics, 63 
South bridge — house, 50 

Prynne, Miss (Scottish Institution), 20-b 
Ainslie place 

Pullar, James Y., S.S.C. 14 Dublin street 

Pullar, John and Son, dyers and cleaners, 22 
Waterloo place 

Pulsford, R.ev. Wm. 14 Mansion-house r > 

Punton, John, shipmaster, 7 Hamburgh place, 
Leith 

Purdie, James, furnishing ironmonger, 23 
Leith street 

Purdie, James, spirit mercht. 11 Market st. — 
house, 16 

Purdie, John, London pianoforte and music 
warehouse, 83 Princes street 

Purdie, John, Mansfield lodge, Whitehouse 
gardens 

Purdie, J. wine and spirit dealer, 8 Young st. 

Purdie, Thos. (Lithgowdk P.), 24 Nelson st. 



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Purdie, Mrs, 26 Pitt street 

Purdie, Christina, toy warehouse, 79 Princes 

street 
Purdie, Misses, 25 Pitt street 
Purves, Alex, stationer, 32 Tolbooth wvnd, 

Leith 
Purves, D. spirit merchant, 32 Pitt street 
Purves, George, coach hirer, 17 William st. 
Purves, John, warehouseman, 15 Hart street 
Purves, Peter, paperhanging warehouse, 26 

Greens ide place 
Purves, Robert, 18 Leopold place 
Purves, Robert, 7 St Bernard's row 
Purves, Thos. gardener, Arthur st. Leith walk 
Purves, Thomas, lodgings, 19 Albany street 
Purves, William, and Co. clothiers to the Queen, 

76 George street 
Purves, William, clerk, 7 Crichton street 
Purves, Wm. tailor and clothier, 31 North 

bridge — house, 9 Middleby street 
Purves, Mrs, lodgings, 113 Princes street 
Purvis, Alexander, smith, 12 Deanhaugh st. 
Purvis, Joseph, 34 Castle street 
Purvis, Mrs, of Glassmount, 4 St Colme st. 
Pyle, George H. 9 Montagu street 
Pyle, James, 13 Cheyne street 
Pyper, Hamilton, advocate, 15 Royal crescent 
Pyper, John, agent, 7 Johnstone street 
Pyper, John, writer, 37 Broughton street 

Queen's Temperance Hotel, 71 Princes st. 
Queen's Theatre and Opera House, 2 Brough- 
ton street 
Quigley, Mrs James, 32 Dundas street 

Rae, Alexander, grocer, 3 and 4 Glanville 

place — house, 7 Mary place 
Rae, David, builder, 6 Spring gardens, Stock- 
bridge 
Rae, George, grocer and victual dealer, 43 

Dundas street 
Rae, George, coachmaker, 1 Nelson st. 
Rae, Henry, silk mercer and draper, 8 Spring 

gardens — house, 6 
Rae, Jas. gardener, Grange loan 
Rae, James, 5 Manor place 
Rae, James, Edtjehill nursery 
Rae, John, 5 Glanville place 
Rae, Robert, plumber, 2 Gabriel's road 
Rae, Thomas, writer and accountant, 14 

Raeburn place 
Rae, Mrs, Laverock bank, Trinity 
Rae, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 4 West Adam street 
Raeburn, James, portmanteau & trunk manu- 
facturer, 5 South St Andrew street — house, 
7 North St David street 
Raeburu, James S. hatter and hosier, 107 

George street— house, 21 Titt street 
Raeburn, John, & Son, brokers, 245 Cowgate 
Raeburn, John P. accountant, 21 Pitt street 
Raeburn, Robert R. architect, 21 Pitt street 
Raeburn, W. wine & spirit dealer, 597 Castle 
hill and 343 High St.— ho. 3 Park st. 



Rafferty, Peter, furniture dealer, 30 Blair st. 

Raffin, Wm. builder, Clerk street cottage 

Railway, Caledonian — station, Lothian road 

Railway, Dalkeith Branch of N. British, St 
Leonard's 

Railway, Edinburgh & Glasgow — stations, 
North bridge and Shore, Leiih 

Railway, Edinburgh, Perth, and Dundee — 
head offices, 9 Princes street 

Railway, Edinburgh, Leith, and Granton — 
stations, Princes street, Scotland st. Bon- 
nington, Leith, Trinity, and Granton 

Railway, Nortb British — offices, Canal st. 
4 Princes St., and I Shore (James Nairne, 
secretary ; W. Hardie, manager, goods de- 
partment ; James M'Laren, passenger ma- 
nager) — station, Waverley bridge 

Railway Passengers' Assurance Office, 4-a St 
Andrew square — Robert Allan, agent 

Raimes, Blanshards, & Co. agents, wholesale 
druggists, and manufacturing chemists, 
Smith's place 

Raimes, Richd. (R. $ Co.), Bonnington park 

Rainie, Robert, accountant and actuary, Ash- 
bank, Dick's place 

Rainy, Rev. Robert, 23 Minto street 

Raleigh, Samuel, accountant, 20 George st. 
— house, 54 Northumberland street 

Ralston, Alex, staymaker, 24 Lauriston St. 

Ralston, Alex, teacher, Park place house 

Ralston, Mrs, trimmiDg warehouse, 8 Shrub 
place 

Ramage, Adam, Britannia-metal manufacturer, 
25 Lothian road — house, 23 Bread street 

Ramage, Alex, letter-carrier, 26 Carnegie St. 

Ramage, Alex, teacher, 18 Rankeillor st. 

Ramage, Alex, victual dealer, 37 Bridge st. 

Ramage, David, grocer, 263 Cowgate 

Ramage, J. wright and undertaker, 206 Rose 
street 

Ramage, James, lithographer and draughts- 
man, 30 Rankeillor street 

Ramage, John, baker and confectioner, 3 & 4 
Albert place — house, 2 

Ramage, Peter, brassfounder, Victoria terrace 

Ramage, Mrs, cowfeeder, 8 South Niddry st. 

Ramage, Mrs, lodgings, 7 East Adam street 

Ramage, Mrs Robt., 27 Howe st. 

Rampini, Jos. Sardinian vice-consul, 10 Glou- 
cester place 

Rampling, J. Waterloo hotel, & Waterloo 
rooms, 23 & 24 Waterloo place 

Ramsay, Adam, farmer, Trinity park 

Ramsay, Alex, manager Water Co. 2 Dar- 
naway street 

Ramsay, Alex, trimming shop, 17 Hadding- 
ton place 

Ramsay, And. sculptor, 60 S. Clerk street — 
ho. 5 Montagu st. 

Ramsay, the Very Rev. Edward B. 23 Ainslie 
place 

Ramsay, George, manager Scottish Union In- 
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Ramsay, James, writer, 1 Claremont place 
Ramsay, James, smith, 4 High School yards 
Ramsay, James, lodgings, 3 Maitland place, 

Newhaven 
Ramsay, James, 19 Gray street, Newington 
Ramsay, John, pianoforte wareroom, 6 Calton 

street 
Ramsay, John, barm brewer, 25 Tolbooth 

wynd, Leith 
Ramsay, John, wright and undertaker, St 

Stephen street — house, 69 Cumberland st. 
Ramsay, John, tailor, 28 William street 
Ramsay, John W. wine merchant, Wet docks 

— house, 12 Alva street, Edinburgh 
Ramsay, Philip, tailor, 31 Heriot buildings 
Ramsay, Thos., baker, 14 High st. and 26 S. 

Hanover st. — ho. 11 Melbourne pi. 
Ramsay, William, slater and glazier, St Ste- 
phen street — house, 18 St Vincent street 
Ramsay, W. tailor and clothier, 21 Earl-Grey 

st. — ho. 9 Grove st. 
Ramsay, Mrs C. L. of Fala, 9 Manor place 
Ramsay, Mrs Dr, 15 Melville street 
Ramsay, Mrs T. 12 Henderson row 
Ramsay, Mrs John, 20 Blacket place 
Ramsay, Mrs W. Logie Mill cottage 
Ramsay, Mrs, 1 Links place, Leith 
Ramsay, Mrs, 4 North St James' street 
Ramsay, Mrs, dairy, 35 St Leonard's 
Ramsay, Mrs, 15 Dublin street 
Ramsay, Miss Margaret, milliner and straw- 
hat maker, 2 Lauriston street 
Ramsay, Miss, Viewfield house, Granton 
Ramsay, Miss, 41 S. Clerk st. 
Ramsay, Miss, 1 Saxe Coburg place 
Ramsden, James, wool merchant, 1 Howe st. 
Randale, Mrs George, spirit dealer, 41 Shore 
Ranken, Walker, & Johnston, W.S. 68 Queen 

street 
Ranken, C, plumber, 18 W. Nicolson st. — 

house, 97 
Ranken, D. flesher, 9 West Salisbury place — 

house, East Sciennes street 
Ranken, Francis, cut-glass manufacturer, 

brassfounder, and gasfitter, 16 Picardy place 

— house, 8 Hope crescent 
Ranken, George, optician, 112 Rose street 
Ranken, Lieut.-Col. Hay lodge, Trinity 
Ranken, Thomas, S.S.C. {Ranken, W. <§■ «/.), 

68 Queen street 
Ranken, Mrs Helen, 17 Bread street 
Ranken, Mrs, ham shop, 101 Nicolson street 
Rankin, Alexander, 41 North Richmond street 
Rankin, John, Fushie cottage, Jordan lane 
Rankin, John A. 23 Regent terrace 
RankiD, John, victual dealer, 24 Carnegie st. 
Rankin, Mrs, 10 Salamander st. 
Rankine, Thomas, wholesale boot and shoe 

maker, 17 L High street, 40 North bridge, 

and 49 Nicolson st. 
Rate, Mis*, 4 George place 
Ratter, Wm. shipowner, 22 Sheriff brae 
Rattray, William, writer, 14 William st. 



Rattrie, Alex, baker, Granton 

Rausch & Busse, tailors and clothiers, 8 George 
street 

Rausch, W. L. (Rausch $ Busse), 22 Scot- 
land street 

Ravenscroft, Edward (P. Lawson <£■ Sons) 1 1 
Melbourne pi. 

Ray, James, West cottage, Wardie 

Rayner, Richard, riding-master, Young street 
lane — house, 3 Rutland square 

Reading Rooms, Waterloo, 23 Waterloo place 
and 4 George st. 

Records, Home and Foreign Missionary, and 
Children's Missionary, of Established 
Church of Scotland, publication office, 81 
Princes street — (Paton & Ritchie) 

Records, Home and Foreign Missionary, and 
Children's Missionary, of Free Church of 
Scotland, publication office, 104 High street 
— (James Nichol) 

Record Office, Register house — deputy 
keeper, G. B. Robertson 

Recorder's Office (Calton), 21 Calton hill 

Recorder's Office (Canongate), 163 Canon- 
gate 

Recorder's Office (Grey friars'), Upper gate, 
Candlemaker row, Jas. Campbell, recorder 

Recorder's Office (St Cuthbert's), West kirk 
gate 

Reddie, Mrs, 21 Coates crescent 

Redfort, James, bookseller and stationer, 24 
West port 

Red path, Alex, bookseller and army sta- 
tioner, 295 High st house, 10 Hermitage 

place, Stockbridge 

Redpath, Brown, & Co. iron merchants and 
ironmongers, 33 Candlemaker row, and 81 
Constitution street, Leith 

Redpath, George, grocer, 74 E. Croescausey 

Redpath, J. jeweller & gilder, 156 Rose street 

Redpath, Miss, 39 George square 

Ree, Hermann ( Combe, Hee, §• Co.), 18 Wind- 
sor street 

Reed, Mrs, 2 Rutland square 

Reeves, Reoch Burgess, designer, 4 St Cuth- 
bert street 

Refreshment and Reading Rooms for the 
Working Classes — See detailed at Hotels 
and Inns 

Refuge, House of, Queensberry house 

Register for Domestic Servants, 4 South St 
Andrew street — Mrs Lackie 

Registrar and Session Clerk's Office for So. 
Leith, 69 Constitution street — R. Turnbull, 
clerk 

Registrar for North Leith, 40 Bridge street 

Registration Districts, &c. — 1. St Georges', 
including Sandward of St Cuthberts', John 
Thompson — office, 14 Lothian road. 2. St 
Andrews', George C. Adams — office 9 
North St David street. 3. Canongate, 
Andrew Balfour — office, 163 Canongate. 
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chambers. 5. Newington, Thomas Heriot 
— office, 52 Nicolsou street 
Rehern, Mrs, cowfeeder, E. Hermitage, Leith 
Reid & Reynolds, law and general printers, 

14 Thistle street 
Reid & Co.'s London porter store, 32 Consti- 
tution street — Charles Morrison, agent 
Reid & Son, booksellers, stationers, printers, 
and chartsellers to the Admiralty, 36 Shore 
Reid, A. printer, 44. South bridge 
Reid, A. printer, 4 Nottingham place 
Reid, Alexander, optician, 47 South bridge 
Reid, Alex, tinsmith and gasBtter, 34 Victoria 

street and 1 Johnstone terrace 
Reid, Alex., LL.D. 19 York place 
Reid, Arch, commission agent, 14 Royal ex- 
change 
Reid, Charles, spirit dealer, 22 Union place 
Reid, C. P. (R. & Son), 13 Albany st. Leith 
Reid, D. and Son, nurserymen, Leith walk 
Reid, David, 7 South Charlotte street 
Reid, David, wright and mangle-maker, 1 

Hope park 
Reid, Daniel, mason and chimney sweep, 1 

Tolbooth wynd Leith 
Reid, George, hairdresser, 164 Rose street 
Reid, J. and J. coffee roasters, 74 S. Clerk st. 
Reid, James (A r . B. Agriculturist) 10 West 

Preston street 
Reid, James, bone yard, 58 Salamander st. 
Reid, James, writer, 8 Comely Green place 
Reid, James, china mer. 84 Candlemaker row 
Reid, James (sec. C. B. of S.j, 18 Carlton ter. 
Reid, James, 21 Minto street 
Reid, James, 1 Moray street 
Reid, James, Receiver of Crown Rents, Ex- 
chequer, 2 Steele's place, Morningside 
Reid, J. writer, 67 Cumberland street 
Reid, James, gardener, Ferneyhill 
Reid, John, tanner and leather dresser, Pow- 

burn 
Reid, J. goods superintendent, E. & G. Rail- 
way — house, 3 Gillespie street 
Reid, John & Co., silk mercers, 75 George st. 
Reid, John, cabinetmaker and joiner, 3 Inglis- 

ton street — ho. 13 East Adam street 
Reid, Jn. plumber and gasfitter, 2 Inglistons t. 
Reid, John R. writer, 30 Royal circus 
Reid, John, tailor, 44 South bridge 
Reid, John, 2 George place 
Reid, John, baker, 16 Hill place — house, 7 

Hill square 
Reid, Mitchell, grocer, 21 Burns street 
Reid, Robert, house-painter, 2 Blenheim pi. 

— ho. Spring villa, Abbey hill 
Reid, Robt. cooper, 1 Leggat's land 
Reed, Robert, furniture broker, 216 Cowgate 
Reid, Robert, bootmaker, 32 St Leonard st. 
Reid, Robert, dentist, 19 Heriot row 
Reid, Thos, superinten. Southern cemetery 
Reid, Rev. William, Merchiston park 
Reid, Wm. merchant, 12 Hill square — house, 
28 Blacket place 



Reid, William, dealer in plate and crown 

glass, 3 Bristo place 
Reid, William, gardener, Rosebank 
Reid, William, fishmonger & fishealesman, 

35 Frederick street, and 4 Fishmarket 
Reid, William, & Sons, builders, and under- 
takers, 2 and 3 Johnston ter. — See Adv. 
Reid, Wm. grocer, 44 Earl Grey st. — house, 

30 Earl Grey street 
Reid, William, writer, 27 N. Nelson street 
Reid, W. wool, corn, and general commission 

agent, Tower Park cottage, Trinity 
Reid, Mrs Adam F. 2 Alva street 
Reid, Mrs Dr, Drumseugh cottage 
Reid, Mrs P. R. 9 Coates crescent 
Reid, Mrs Robert, 23 Cheyne street 
Reid, Mrs William, 19 W. Nicolson street 
Reid, Mrs, 49 Brunswick street 
Reid, Mrs, 65 Cumberland street 
Reid, Mrs, 5 Picardy place 
Reid, Mrs, straw- hat maker, 6 Rose street 
Reid, Mrs, 2 Nelson street 
Reid, Mrs, 1 Lower Gilmour place 
Reid, Mrs, 1 Scotland street 
Reid, Miss, charity school, 81 Causeyside 
Reid, Miss, 8 Atholl place 
Reid, Miss, dressmaker, 65 Cumberland st. 
Reid, Misses, milliners, 5 Hanover street 
Reikie & Wilson butchers, 1 Cumberland st. 
Reikie, Mrs J. fruiterer, 11 William street 
Religious & Charitable Institutions — office, 

6 York place 
Religious Tract and Book Society of Scot- 
land Depository — S. Grierson, manager, 13 

South St Andrew street 
Rendall, Magnus C. agent, 32 Bernard street 
Rendall, Wm. corn factor and general agent 

32 Bernard street 
RennieBrothers,merchants, 30-b Constitution 

street, Leith 
Rennie, Archd. flesher, Beaumont place 
Rennie, James, warehouseman, 3 Anderson's 

place 
Rennie, John, furnishing ironmonger and 

smith, 53 Hanover street and North-west 

Thistle street lane 
Rennie, P. house carpenter, 32 Cumberland st. 
Rennie, Thos. (British Linen Co.'s Bank), 6 

Register place 
Rennie, Wm. smith and ironmonger, S. E. 

Thistle street lane — house, 39 Thistle street 
Rennie, Wm. flesher, 118 Nicolson street 
Rennie, Mrs, midwife, 38 Brunswick street 
Rennie, Mrs, 61 North Castle st. 
Rennie, Mrs, midwife, 56 Bridge street 
Renny, Jas. jun. 22 Picardy place 
Renton, Hepburne, 11 St James' place 
Ren ton, James, S.S.C. 2 Thistle court— house^ 

25 Scotland street 
Renton, John, organ-builder, 8 North Bank 

street — house, 10 St Patrick square 
Renton, John, M.D., L.R.C.S.E. 5 Eastfield, 

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Renton, Robert, 18 S.-E. Rose street lane 

Renton, Robt., M.D., F.R.C.P.E. 26 Howe st. 

Renton, Win. ( W. Renton & Co.) 22 Buc- 
cleuch place 

Renton, William, & Co. silk mercers, general 
drapers, outfitters, &c. 12, 13, & 14 Princes 
street, and West Register street 

Renton, William, 2 Queen st. 

Renton, Mrs, 22 Buccleuch place 

Renwick, James, coach proprietor, N. Jamaica 
street lane — house, 8 Howe street 

Renwick, Walter, seed merchant, 1 Pitt st. 
Bonnington 

Renwick, Mrs, 28 Charlotte square 

Reoch, Daniel, victual dealer, 20 Union pi. 

Reoch, Geo. W. agent for Clydesdale Bank and 
Scottish Union Insurance Co. 15 Bernard st. 
— house, Ramsay place, Newhaven road 

Reoch, Jn. Inglis, 4 Hamilton pi. Newington 

Reoch, Mrs, cook, 186 Rose street 

Repository for Ladies' Work, 132 George st. 

Reston, Miss J. fringe, tassel, and trimming 
maker, 68 George street 

Rettie, Middleton, advocate,31 Albany street 

Revans, C. com. traveller, 26 Albany st. Leith 

Reynolds, Andrew, printer, 14 Pitt street 

Reynolds, Andrew (Reid Jb Reynolds) printer, 
27 Hamilton place 

Reynolds, Miss, teacher of dancing, 47 North 
Castle street 

Rhind, C. Deaf and Dumb Institution, Hen- 
derson row 

Rhind, D. architect, 54 Great King street 

Rhind, John, accountant, National bank, 39 
Gilmour place 

Rhind, John, 396 Castle hill 

Rhind, Robert, Legal and General Life As- 
surance Society, 7 George street 

Rhind, Wm. surgeon, 121 Princes street 

Rhind, Mrs, 5 Gloucester place 

Rhind, Miss Jane, 5 Dean terrace 

Riach, G. S. 49 S. Clerk street 

Riach, Mrs Alex. 49 S. Clerk street 

Riccaltoun, Miss, 26 Charles street 

Richard, John, 20 Windsor street 

Richard, Robert, writer, 2 St Leonard's st. 

Richard, Walter {Miller §-R.), 24 Regent ter. 

Richardson, Alex.& Son, bootmakers, 5 N.W. 
Circus place 

Richardson, Andrew, 6 Glover street 

Richardson Brothers, merchants, 105 West 
Bow 

Richardson, David, architect, 6 Gt. Stuart st. 

Richardson, David, grocer and spirit mercht. 
8 Bernard 6treet 

Richardson, Francis & Co. merchants, Old 
Corn Exchange, Grassmarket 

Richardson, Francis (F. R. Sf Co.), 2 Archi- 
bald place 

Richardson, George, confectioner, 4 East 
Richmond street 

Richardson, James and Sons, smiths and cart- 
wrights, Orchardfield street 



Richardson, J. (F. R. Sf Co.), Lauriston gardens 
Richardson, Jas. advocate, 22 Claremont cr. 
Richardson, Jas. accountant, 25 India st. 
Richardson, Jas. merchant, 1G Coates cresc. 
Richardson, Jas. jun. & Co. merchants, 1 

Calton place 
Richardson, James, 31 Stafford street 
Richardson, J (Lindsay Sf R.), 2 Canning pi. 
Richardson, John, lodgings, 36 Alva street 
Richardson, Jn., W.S. 50 Northumberland st. 
Richardson, Peter, woollen draper, 3 Huater 

square — house, 22 Claremont crescent 
Richardson, Ramsay, boot and shoemaker, 51 

Lothian street 
Richardson, Robert (R. Brothers), ^Brunts- 
field place 
Richardson, W. agent to Jos. Rogers and Sons, 

cutlers to the Queen, 53 New buildings, 

North bridge — house, 13 Duke street 
Richardson, William, engraver, 3 Summer- 
hall place 
Richardson, Wm. furnishing ironmonger, 5& 

South bridge — ho. Wester hall 
Richardson, Wm. Howard, teacher, St James' 

Episcopal school, 36 South Junction street 
Richardson, Mrs, Drumsheugh cottage 
Richardson, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 16 Jamaica st. 
Richardson, Mrs Robert, 52 Broughton street 
Richardson, Mrs T. 9 Bonnington place 
Richardson, Mrs W. 100 Kirkgate, Leith 
Richardson, Miss, 7 South Charlotte st. 
Richardson, Miss, 15 Gardner's crescent 
Richmond, Mrs, 4 Clarence street 
Richmond, Mrs, 14 Great King street 
Richmond, Miss, 31 Scotland st. 
Riehter, Dr O. professor of music, 7 India st. 
Riddel, Robt. merchant, 15 Bonnington pi. 
Riddell, James, accountant, 20 George street 

— ho. 7 Henderson row 
Riddell, John, advocate, 57 Melville street 
Riddell, John, tailor, 03 North bridge 
Riddell, Mrs Colonel, 49 Minto street 
Riddell, Misses, 21 St Cuthbert's street 
Riddle, James, boot and shoemaker, 4 St 

Vincent street 
Ridland, John, grocer and wine merchant, 

11 Union place — house, 16 Hart street 
Ridpath, David, confectioner, 36 Nicolson st. 

—ho. 30 
Ridpath, Jn. classical teacher, 118 Causeyside 
Riley, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 37 India place 
Rintoul, Wm. 17 Norton place 
Rintoul, Miss, Melbourne house, Sciennes hill 
Rintoul, Misses, teachers, 6 Morton street 
Ritchards, John, dyer, 46 Water lane and 11 

Charlotte street, Leith 
Ritchie, A. Carnegy, advocate, writer to the 

Privy Seal and registrar of Friendly Societies 

in Scotland, 10 Albany street 
Ritchie, A. (R. 8f Son), 25 Gayfield square 
Ritchie, A. H. tobacconist, 5 Kirkgate 
Ritchie, Alex. Handyside, sculptor, 1 Mound 

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Ritchie, Alex, lithographic printer and engra- 
ver, 19 South St David street 
Ritchie, Alex, agent for Edmondsori s Rail- 
way Ticket Apparatus, Westerhall villa, 
Meadows 
Ritchie, Arch. 7 Madeira place 
Ritchie, Archd. sculptor, Lothian road 
Ritchie, Charles, agent for Shotts Iron Co. 

24 and 25 Citadel, and Haymarket station 
— house, 4 John's place, Leith 

Ritchie, David, tobacco and snuff manufac. 

50 North bridge and 32 Greenside street — 

ho. 10 Blenheim place 
Ritchie, Fred. James (J. Ritchie & Son) 33 

London street 
Ritchie, Geo. shipmaster, 3 Hope ter. Leith 
Ritchie, George, brewer, Bell's brewery, 46 

Pleasance 
Ritchie, Hugh H. engraver and photographer, 

60 New buildings, North bridge 
Ritchie, H. 7 Annaudale street 
Ritchie, J. & J. clothiers, 107 Princes street 
Ritchie, Capt. James, 13 Gayfield square 
Ritchie, Jas. 2S Torphichen street 
Ritchie, James, & Son, watch & clockmakers, 

25 Leith street 

Ritchie, J. ropemaker, twine and metallic cord 

manufac. 11 So. back Canongate 
Ritchie, James, wholesale stationer, 140 High 

street — house, 13 Blacket place 
Ritchie, James, smith, 77 Nicolson street and 

38 Candlemaker row- 
Ritchie, Rev. John, D.D. 19 Salisbury road 
Ritchie, John S. accountant, 9 North St 

Andrew street 
Ritchie, Jn. (Lawrie Sf R.), 18 Broughton st. 
Ritchie, John, 55 George square 
Ritchie, John, teacher, Stonefield cottage 
Ritchie, John, flesher, 19 Richmond place 
Ritchie, Patrick, press and projecting letter 

manufacturer, Oakfield, 102 Pleasance — 

house, 18 Buccleuch place 
Ritchie, Robt. civil engineer, and agent for 

Perkins' patent heating apparatus, and agent 

for the Union and County Insurance Office, 

London, 16 Hill street 
Ritchie, Thomas, 12 Charles street 
Ritchie, Thomas, sculptor, W. Norton pi. 
Ritchie, T. (31. & H.), 1 Bristo street 
Ritchie, Wm. spirit merchant, 96 North back 

of Canongate 
Ritchie, William (Paton Sf Ritchie) 2 Upper 

Dean terrace 
Ritchie, William, general drapery and family 

linen warehouse, 8 Victoria street 
Ritchie, Wm. 1 Haddington place 
Ritchie, Mrs, 128 Nicolson street 
Ritchie, Mrs, 13 Danube street 
Ritchie, Mrs, 48 London street 
Ritchie, Mrs, lodgings, 42 Heriot row 
Ritchie, Mrs, 3 Gardner's crescent 
Ritchie, Miss, 21 Lothian street 
Ritchie, Miss, 14 Brandon street 



Ritchie, Misses S. and A. Berlin wool estab- 
lishment, 67 N. Hanover street 
Roach, James, bookbinder, 208 Canongate 
Road Office of County Trustees,County rooms 
Robb & Son, silver-plate manufacturers, 

West Thistle street lane 
Robb, Charles (R. $ Son), 7 North St David 

street 
Robb, Henry, baker, 175 Pleasance 
Robb, John, builder, &c. 22 Barony st. 
Robb, John H. builder, 8 New Broughton 
Robb, John, builder, Mayfield loan 
Robb, Thomas, grocer, 9 Frederick street — ho. 

74 George street 
Robb, Thomas, iron-founder, 69 Fountain- 
bridge — ho. 5 Chalmers' buildings 
Robb, Wm. wine merchant and grocer, 145 

Princes street 
Robb, Wm. sheriff- officer, 57 Charlotte street, 

Leith 
Robb, Mrs, 56 Crosscausey 
Roberts, Brothers, &Co. of London, importers 

of French silks, &c. 26 George street 
Roberts, Alex. Taylor, 17 Union place 
Roberts, George, wright and builder, 12 

James' place — house, 4 St James' square 
Roberts, G. surgeon, Royal Navy, 22 Howard 

place 
Roberts, Thomas, 115 Fountainbridge 
Roberts, Thomas, grocer, 8 West port 
Roberts, W. A., M.D. dentist and surgeon, 30 

Queen street 
Roberts, William Hen., British wine works, 

Laverock bank 
Roberts, Mrs, lodgings, 17 Union place 
Roberts, Mrs Janet, midwife, 2 Romilly pi. 
Robertson & Hope, grain and seed factors, 

129 Constitution street 
Robertson & Cairns, plumbers, brassfounders, 

and gasfitters, 31 Nicolson street 
Robertson and Scott, newspaper agents, 36 

George street 
Robertson's Academy, E. Preston street 
Robertson, Alex, and Co. music-sellers to the 

Queen, 39 Princes street 
Robertson, A. carv. and gild. 29 Frederick st. 

— house, 77 Rose street 
Robertson, Alexander, teacher of mathematics, 

1 1 King's place 
Robertson, Alexander, 31 Nicolson street 
Robertson, Alex, clerk, &c. 17 Glover st. 
Robertson, A. joiner, East Cumberland street 

lane 
Robertson, Alex. W., C.A. 82 Great King st. 
Robertson, A. cabinetmaker, 34 Rose st. lane 
Robertson, Alex, spirit mercht., 195 High st. 
Robertson, Alex, advocate, 76 Great King st. 
Robertson, Alex, cowfeeder, 70 Rose street 
Robertson, Alex. 39 Bernard street 
Robertson, Alexander, commission agent, 96 

High street 
Robertson, Andrew, wood merchant, Annan- 
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Robertson, Andrew, jun. fire insurance sur- 
veyor, 19 Gay field square 
Robertson Brothers, general merchants, 40 

Timber bush 
Robertson, Chas. advocate, 22 Great King st. 
Robertson, Chas. C.A. 17 Howe st. 
Robertson, Chas. messenger, CommercialBank, 

10 George street 
Robertson, Charles, ropemaker, Bainfield 
Robertson, D. Albert hotel, 27 Rose st. 
Robertson, David B. brewer, 1 Summerhall — 

house, Hope Park end house 
Robertson, D.H., M.D. 10 Wellington place 
Robertson, D. I. city chamberlain, 10 Royal 

Exchange — house, Gilmerton 
Robertson, D. & J. com. agents, 5 Old Physic 

gardens 
Robertson, Dan. commission agent, 19 St 

Patrick square 
Robertson, David, & Son, cork manufacturers, 

and wine coopers, 8 Elbe street 
Robertson, David, tailor, o Tontine buildings, 

Leitb 
Robertson, David, furniture dealer and French 

polisher, 17 Lothian road 
Robertson, Donald, 13 Inverleith row 
Robertson, Donald, lodgings, 27 Elder street 
Robertson, Don. dealer in horses, postmaster, 

and livery stable- keeper, the Masonic mews, 

83 Rose st. — ho. Blinkbonny, by Blackhall 
Robertson, Dun. spirit dealer, 25 Charles st. 
Robertson, Dun. spirit dealer, 100 Cowgate 
Robertson, Dun. tailor, 62 Thistle st. 
Robertson, Ewart, carver and gilder, 74 Rose 

street 
Robertson, George, W.S. 17 Royal circus 
Robertson, George B., W.S. 28 Albany street 
Robertson, George Brown, W.S. deputy-keeper 

of records, Register house 
Robertson, George, civil engineer, New works, 

Leitb. docks — house, 12 Inverleith row 
Robertson, George, tailor, 119 Causeyside 
Robertson, Geo. church officer, 10 Dock st 
Robertson, George, baker, 45 St Leonard's st. 
Robertson, H. confectioner and pastry-cook, 

62 South bridge — house, 63 
Robertson, Henry, writer, 5 Clarence street 
Robertson, Henry, flesher, 23 and 24 Middle 

market 
Robertson, Hugh, 23 East Drummond street 
Robertson, J. railway coal agent, 4 StLeonard's 

depot 
Robertson, James, wine and spirit merchant, 

184 Canongate 
Robertson, James, house gover. St Cuthbert's 

Poorhouse 
Robertson, Jas. A., S.S.C. 56 Frederick st. 
Robertson, Rev. James (Newington If. P. 

church), Grange cottage, 138 Causeyside 
Robertson, Rev. James, D.D., prof, of divinity 

and church history, 25 Ainslie place 
Robertson, James, jun. working jeweller, 5 

St James' square 



Robertson, J. S. W.S. 11 Claremont crescent 

Robertson, Jas. gown-keeper, 9 Rose street 

Robertson, J. umbrella manufactr. hosier, and 
glover, 32 Leith st.— ho. 32 Rankeillor st. 

Robertson, James, W.S., crown agent, Parlia- 
ment square 

Robertson, James, agent, 2 Lauriston terrace 

Robertson, James, wright, Morningside 

Robertson, James, jun. shipmaster,32 Albany 
street, Leith 

Robertson, James, (G. P.-O.) 56 Potterrow 

Robertson, Jas. lodgings, 20 St James' sq. 

Robertson, James, wine and spirit mercht. 6 
Milne square — house, 5 Teviot row 

Robertson, James, lodgings, 9 Wemyss place 

Robertson, James, 29 Cheyne street 

Robertson, Jas. (J. R. $• Co.), 4 Blacket pi. 

Robertson, James, W.S. 11 Heriot row 

Robertson, James, M.D., F.R.C.S. 2 Char- 
lotte place 

Robertson, James, baker, 2 Stafford street — 
house, 1 Coates crescent 

Robertson, J. jun. baker, 66 Cumberland st. 

Robertson, James, coach-hirer, 5 North St 
James' 6treet 

Robertson, James, tailor, 54 Cumberland st. 

Robertson, James, 6 Comely green place 

Robertson, James, wine and spirit merchant, 18 
Hanover street 

Robertson, James, plumber, 48 Constitution 
street 

Robertson, James, sen. shipmaster, 11 Albany 
street, Leith 

Robertson, J. C. inspector, Bank of Scotland, 
6 Mackenzie place 

Robertson, James, & Son, working jewellers, 
silversmiths, and metal gilders, 48 Hanover 
street 

Robertson, James, coal merchant, 48 Couper 
street 

RobertsoD, James, & Co. chemists and drug- 
gists, 35 George street — house, 37 

Robertson, Captain J. 15 Upper Gray street 

Robertson, J. & M. china merchants, 9 South 
Union place, and 38 Victoria street 

Robertson, J. & J. wholesale Scotch and Eng- 
lish warehousemen, 128 & 142 High st. 

Robertson, John, coach hirer, 32 Clarence 
street 

Robertson, John, W.S. 69 Great King street 

Robertson, John, tailor & clothier, 6 Bristopl. 

Robertson, John and Co. stock and share- 
brokers, 47 George street 

Robertson, John, ladies' boot &shoe manufac. 
6 Carnegie street, and 401 Lawnmarket 

Robertson, J. bootmaker, 5 E. Register st. 

Robertson, John, small- ware merchant, 129 
Kirkgate — house, 2 Wellington place 

Robertson, John, dairy, 41 London st. 

Robertson, John, 25 India st. 

Robertson, John T. 2 Summerfleld, Leith 

Robertson, John B. writing-master, 3 North 
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Robertson, John H. (Ii. Brs.) 1 Jamaica st. 

Leith 
Robertson, John, solicitor, 63 Hanover street 
Robertson, John, jun., S.S.C. 21 Elder street 

— house, 32 London street 
Robertson, John (Z>. $ J. It.), 5 Lutton pi. 
Robertson, John, furnished apartments, 17 

Melville street 
Robertson, Jobn, agent, 4 Beaumont place 
Robertson, Jos. ( General Register House) 23 

Buccleuch place 
Robertson, Jos. (J. $ J. R.), 84 Lauriston pi. 
Robertson, Laurance, 5 Melville crescent 
Robertson, Magnus, wright, 6 Regent st. 
Robertson, Peter, tea, wine, and spirit mer- 
chant, 62 Canongate 
Robertson, Peter, draper, 40 Bristo st. 
Robertson, P. (Commer. Bank), 54 George 

square 
Robertson, P. S. manager (P. Lawson fy Sons), 

Bangholm 
Robertson, Robert, watch-case maker, 8 

Nicolson square 
Robertson, Piobt. corn merchant, 130 Nicol- 
son street — house, Lauder road, Grange 
Robertson, Robert, tobacco manufacturer, 3 

St Patrick street 
Robertson, Robert, grocer and spirit dealer, 1 

Dean path 
Robertson, Robert, (P. M ' G., Sons, <£• Co.), 

29 South Frederick street 
Robertson, Roderick, Queen street gardens 
Robertson, Thomas R.,W.S. and sharebroker, 

47 George street — house, Gorgie lodge, 

Slateford 
Robertson, Thomas (Standard Life Assurance 

Office), Eden bank, Grange road 
Robertson, Thos. {Oliphant §■ Co.), 38 Minto 

street 
Robertson, Thomas, 3 Frederick street 
Robertson, Walter, grocer, 11 St Anthony pi. 
Robertson, Walter, 14 Rosebauk. 
Robertson, Rev. Wm. 12 Drummond place 
Robertson, Wm., M.D., F.R.C.P., registrar 

of Scottish Branch of General Medical 

Council, 28 Albany street 
Robertson, W.( Wm.R.and Co.) 138 Nicolson 

street 
Robertson, William, S.S.C. 42 Frederick st. 
Robertson, Wm. brewer to her Majesty, 

Summerhall — ho. Hope-park end house 
Robertson, William, letter-carrier, 53 North 

Frederick street 
Robertson, Wm. coach-hirer, 22 Pitt street 
Robertson, W. grocer and spirit dealer, 8 Rose 

street 
Robertson, William, & Co. wholesale hosiery, 

smallware, glove, and yarn warehousemen, 

160 High street 
Robertson, William, 5 St Andrew square 
Robertson, William, plumber and glazier, 56 

Constitution street, Leith 
Robertson, Wm. gardener, Pilrig st. gardens 



Robertson, Wm. Oakfield foundry, 102 Plea- 

sance 
Robertson, William lodgings, 11 Stafford 

street 
Robertson, William, spirit dealer, 15 King st. 

Leith 
Robertson, William, grocer, 2 High street — 

house, 7 Broughton place 
Robertson, Mrs A. 2 Scotland street 
Robertson, Mrs Alex, railway station hotel 

and refreshment rooms, Market street 
Robertson, Mrs Andrew, 22 Dundas street 
Robertson, Mrs Andrew, 38 Castle street 
Robertson, Mrs Dr, 2 Summerfield, Leith 
Robertson, Mrs Dun. 67 Great King street 
Robertson, Mrs James, 34 Melville street 
Robertson, Mrs James, corset maker, 54 

Cumberland street 
Robertson, Mrs John, 21 Duke street 
Robertson, Mrs John, 1 Gillespie street 
Robertson, Mrs Patrick Graham, 29 Saxe 

Coburg place 
Robertson, Mrs P. milliner, &c. 40 Bristo 

street 
RobertsoD, Mrs Thomas, 10 Albany street, 

Leith 
Robertson, Mrs Wm. 16 Drummond place 
Robertson, Mrs Wm. lodgings, 53 North Fre- 
derick street 
Robertson, Mrs W. draper, 132 Nicolson st. 

— house, 138 
Robertson, Mrs, French corset maker, 4 

North St David street 
Robertson, Mrs, 4 Great King street 
Robertson, Mrs, 13 Great King st. 
Robertson, Mrs, ladies'nurse, 4 Newport st. 
Robertson, Mrs, temperance hotel, 60 Princes 

street 
Robertson, Mrs, 6 Dundas street 
Robertson, Mrs, 2 Chalmers street 
Robertson, Mrs, cowfeeder, Rosemount 
Robertson, Mrs, 38 Minto street 
Robertson, Mrs, 2 George place 
Robertson, Mrs, 9 St Vincent street 
Robertson, Mrs, 43 George square 
Robertson, Mrs, midwife, 5 Tontine buildings 
Robertson, Mrs, Cherrybank 
Robertson, Mrs J. Maitland, 2 Randolph cliff 
Robertson, Margaret, grocer & spirit mercht. 

2 and 100 W. Port — ho. 72 Lauriston pi. 
Robertson, Mrs Margaret, 19 India street 
Robertson, Miss Harriet, 52 Minto street 
Robertson, Miss Helen, 23 George square 
Robertson, Miss Louisa, 26 Ann street 
Robertson, Miss M. 4 Sibbald place 
Robertson, Miss, 6 Elm row 
Robertson, Miss, Auckland villa, Grove road 
Robertson, Miss, 9 Rankeillor street 
Robertson, Miss, 18 Clarence street 
Robertson, Miss, 7 Torphichen street 
Robertson, Miss, 8 Annandale street 
Robertson, Miss, 40 India street 
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Robertson, Miss, 7 Henderson row 
Robertson, Miss, 46 George square 
Robertson, Miss, dressmr. 45 Broughton Bt. 
Robertson, Miss, 25 Cumberland street 
Robertson, Miss, 65 Northumberland street 
Robertson, Miss, 1 Meadow place 
Robertson, Miss, 4 Rutland square 
Robertson, Misses, milliners and dressmakers, 

40 North Frederick street 
Robertson, Misses, 56 India street 
Robie, James, editor of Caledonian Mercury, 

7 St Vincent street 
Robin, Mrs Sa. 30 Warriston crescent 
Robinow, Adolph, Hanseatic Vice- Consul, 

2 Moray place 
Robinows & Marjoribanks, corn factors and 

general merchants, 25 Constitution street 
Robinson, H. news agent, bookseller, and sta- 
tioner, 11 Greenside street. — See Adv. 
Robinson, John, officer, town-hall, Leith — 

ho. Lochend road 
Robinson, Robert, horticultural builder, Can- 

onmills — ho. Brunton cottage 
Robison, Jas. boot and shoemaker, 8 Nicolson 

street 
Robson, Thos. W. E. head master Western 

Institution, 5 St Cuthbert's glebe 
Robson, Mrs M. worsted shop, 137 Rose st. 
Rochead, Miss Jane, matron, Stewart's hosp. 
Roden, Robert & Co. shoemakers, 242 Cow- 
gate 
Roden, Mrs, 32 Cumberland street 
Rodger, David, silk dyer, 24 Crosscausey — 

bouse, 15 Euccleuch street 
Rodger, J. F. (M'L. Ivory, Sf R.), 44 Howe 

street 
Rodger, Wm. writer, 45 Ann street 
Rodger, Wm. hairdresser, 143 Pleasance 
Rodger, Mrs Joan, greengrocer, 6 Baker's pi. 
Rodgers, David, muslin and lace, hosier, 

glover, and stay merchant, 12 St Andrew sq. 

— house, 4 Duncan st. Drummond place 
Rodgers, James, 29 Alva street 
Rodgers, Mrs M. ladies' nurse, 6 Baker's pi. 
Rodgers, Misses E. 2s A. millinery warehouse, 

14 Buccleuch street 
Roger, George, house agent, 150 High street 
Roger, William, miniature-painter, 7 Dewar 

place 
Rogers, Alex, timber merchant, Smith's place 

Leith walk — house, 3 Cassells' place 
Rogers, Jas. smith, gasfitter, and ironmonger, 

6 Queensferry street — ho. 1 Grove street 
Rogers, J. H. (Boog and Rogers), 30 Alva st. 
Rogers, Thos. 5 Dundas street 
Rogers, William, bookseller, bookbinder, and 

stationer, 15 Charlotte place — ho. 29 Alva 

street 
Rogers, Mrs, china mercht. 9 Drummond st. 
Rogerson, Mrs, 14 Clerk street 
Roland, Captain, fencing-master 30 Gayfield 

square 
Roland, Geo. fencing-master, Royal academy, 



86 South bridge— house, 35 E. Claremont 

street 
Rclland, Mrs, 13 Hope street 
Rolland, Misses M. & A. 14Shandwick place 
Rollo,, Alexander, 13 Vanburgb place 
Rollo, Andw. spirit dealer, 170 P'ountainbr. 
Rollo, Hugh James, W.S. master extraor- 
dinary in Chancery, and Commissioner for 

the Courts of Queen's Bench, Common 

Pleas, and Exchequer, 16 Dundas street 
Rollo, James, 128 Nicolson st. 
Rollo, R. boot and shoemaker, 31 Castle st. 
Rollo, Robert, boat builder, Admiralty street 
Rollo, Wm. 2 Lord Russell place 
Romanes and Paterson, silk-mercers and tartan 

manufacturers to the Queen, 59 N. bridge 
Romanes, Robert, 4 Oxford terrace 
Romanes, Mrs, lodgings, 2 Kyles pi. Madeira 

street 
Rombach Brothers and Co. wholesale toy 

warehouse, 82 South bridge 
Ronald, John, S.S.C. chambers, 20 Hill street 

— house, Meadow bank, Dalkeith 
Ronalds, Edmund (Bonningto?i Chemical Co.), 

Stewartfield, BoDnington 
Ronaldson, James S. 23 Warriston cres. 
Ronaldson, John, agent, 23 East Drummond 

street 
Ronaldson, John, writer, Somerset cottage, 

Mary's place 
Ronaldson, Wm. wine merchant and grocer, 

St Patrick st ho. Belville, Dalkeith road 

Rooney, Hugh, com. agent, 6 Park street 
Rosa, Edward, chiropodist, 23 Howe street 
Rosa, George, M.D., surgeon, 80-b George st. 
Rose, J. T. & Co. shipbuilders, Wet docks — 

house, 2 John's place 
Rose, Alex, lecturer and mining surveyor, 

1 Drummond street 
Rose, H. ( Craig & R.), 3 Hillside crescent 
Rose, James (Home & /?.), 36 George street 
Rose, James, boot and shoemaker, 41 Thistle 

street 
Rose, J. A. 18 Frederick street 
Rose, L. & Co. corn merchants, 5 Bank street, 

Leith 
Rose, Neilson, agent for Carron Co. 8 Bank 

place 
Rose, Thomas, 31 India street 
Rose, William, wright, 49 London street 
Rose, Wm. saddler, 58 Grassmarket 
Rose, Mrs, 1 8 Frederick street 
Rose, Miss Margaret, lodgings, 9 Hope street 
Rose, Misses, milliners, &c. 1 Drummond st. 
Rosenthal & Co. green-grocers, provision and 

commission agents, 6 Dock place 
Rosie, Thos. 52 Cumberland st. 
Ross & Aitchison, tailors and clothiers, 9 

Leith street 
Ross & Foster, rope, twine, and fish line ma- 
nufacturers, 2 Coal hill 
Ross and Thomson, photographers to the 

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Ross & Wright, gold-beaters and dealers in 

coins, 25 New street 
Ross, Alexander, lodgings, 4 Young street 
Ross, Alex, teacher of music, 4 Milne square 
Ross, Alex, writer, 23 Howe street 
Ross, Alexander, printer, 18S High street 
Ross, Alex, grocer and wine mercht. 7- a North 

St Andrew street 
Ross, Alex, joiner, 23 James square 
Ross, Alex. Milton cottage, Cumin place 
Ross, Andrew, grocer, &c. 95 Grassmarket 
Ross, Andrew, lodgings, 5 Hope street 
Ross, C. M. (Purves § Co.), 18 Warriston cr. 
Ross, Daniel, upholsterer and house agent, 14 

Elm row 
Ross, David, tailor, 3 Warriston place 
Ross, David, tailor and clothier, 33 Richmond 

place — house, 13 Hill place 
Ross, Donald, 3 East Claremont street 
Ross, Donald, water officer, 56 Potterrow 
Ross, George, adv. Woodburn, Morningside 
Ross, George, jun. advocate, 7 Forres st. 
Ross, George, wright, 2 Portland place 
Ross, George, comm. and provision mer. 19 

Quality street, Leith 
Ross, G. contractor, 4 Spence's place, Leith 
Ross, Hugh, W.S. 7 Pitt street 
Ross, Hugh A. grocer, 108 Causeyside 
Ross, Hugh (of H. R. & Co.), 1 Rankeillor st. 
Ross, Hugh, & Co. manufacturers of ladies 
and gentlemen's ready-made linens, and 
baby iinen. 3 Nicolson street 
Ross, James, bookbinder, 4 Elder street 
Ross, James, bookbinder, 30 S. Hanover st. 
Ross, James, photographer, E. Powderhall 
Ross, Jas., spirit merchant, 21 St Leonard's st. 
Ross, James, teacher, Albany lane 
Ross, John, S.S.C. 79 Great King street 
Ross, John, Venetian blind maker, 37 

Wright's houses — house, 42 
Ross, John, engineer, 21 Duke street, Leith 
Ross, John A. 1 Maitland place, Newhaven 
Ross, John, photographic artist, 137 Princes 

street 
Ross, John, shoemaker, 3 Farquharson place 
Ross, John, spirit dealer, 9 Physic gardens 
Ross, John, tailor, Post-office, 10 Morningside 
Ross, Joseph, bank messenger, 13 Bernard st. 
Ross, Murdoch, National Bank — house, Rose- 
bank cottage, Murrayfield 
Ross, Philip, 9 Manor place 
Ross, Rob. J. painter, glazier, and paper hanger, 

8 W. Nicolson st. — ho. 17 Lutton place 
Ross, Rob. 10 Salisbury street 
Ross, Robert T. 78 Queen street 
Ross, Robert, 1 Stafford street 
Ross, Thomas, grocer, 3 Home street 
Ross, Wm. metal dealer, 19 Broughton st. 
Ross, William {Gazette Office), 2 Parkside st. 
Ross, Wm. spirit dealer, 14 Dock place 
Ross, Wm. (Hutton &; Ross), 11 Keir street 
Ross, Wm. keeper of Queen Mary's apart- 
ments, Holvreod— ho. Mcadowbank 



Ross, Mrs, 8 Royal circus 

Ross, Mrs Sarah, 48 North bridge 

Ross, Mrs, 16 Ann street 

Ross, Mrs E. ladies'" nurse, 4 Young st. 

Ross, Mrs, miniature-painter and teacher of 
drawing, 137 Princes street 

Ross, Mrs, of In vercarron,25 St Bernard's cres. 

Ross, Mrs, Richmond cottage, Morningside 

Ross, Mrs J. spirit dealer 479 Lawnmarket 

Ross, Mrs, 11 Comely bank 

Ross, Jessie, china merchant, 14 Catharine st. 

Ross, Miss, of Kerse, ] 6 Buccleuch place 

Ross, Miss, dressmaker, 31 India place 

Ross, Miss, 19 Union street 

Ross, Misses I. & H. milliners, 37 Candlemaker 
row 

Ross, Misses, 3 Graham street 

Rotterdam & Leith Steam Ship Office — D.R. 
Macgregor, agent, Exchangebuildings,Leith 

Rough, Arch, upholsterer, chairmaker, and 
house agent, 18 Leith walk 

Rough, Mrs James, 56 Clerk street 

Roughead, Anderson, & Co. pianoforte manu- 
facturers, and music sellers, 55 S. Clerk 
street, and 7 Sciennes street 

Roughead, P. C. (R. Sf Anderson), 1 Sum- 
merhall place 

Roughead, William, hosier and shirtmaker 
to H. R. H. the Prince Consort, 69 Princes 
street — house, 50 Minto street 

Roughead, Mrs, 69 Gilmore place 

Roughead, Miss A. lodgings, 22 Scotland st. 

Roussy, Rev. E. Sumichrast, teacher of 
French, 1 4 Frederick street 

Rowden, John, & Son, corn merchants, 54 
Bernard street 

Rowden, J. (Rowden c\; Son) 2 Madeira street 

Rowe, George, head master, John Watson's 
institution 

Rowell & Stoddart, mast, block, and pump 
makers, 6 Dock street 

Rowell, W. (R. & Stoddart), 8 Albany st. Leith 

Rowland, Rob. tailor and clothier, 63 S. bridge 

Rowley, Mrs, 21 Parkside street 

Roy, Andrew, wood engraver, 9 Brighton st. 

Roy, George, writer, 2 Bellevue terrace 

Roy, James, laceman, 23 and 24 North bridge 
— house, 10 Arniston place 

Roy, Mrs M. victual dealer, 37 Cumberland st. 

Roy, Mrs, of Nenthorn, 22 Drummond place 

Royal Bank of Scotland, 36 St Andrew 
square — branch, 5 Hunter sq., and 30 Ber- 
nard street, Leith 

Royal Clan Tartan warehouse, 101 George st. 

Royal College of Physicians, 10 Queen street 

Royal College of Surgeons, Nicolson street 

Royal Edinburgh Asylum, Morningside 

Royal Engineers' Office, 42 Northumb. st. 

Royal Exchange Assur. Corpor. IS So. St 
Andrew st. — J. G. Thomson & Co. agents 

Royal Farmers' and General Fire, Life, and 
Hail Insurance Institution — James Camp- 
bell, accountant, agent 15 Elder street 



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Royal Fire & Life Insurance Company, 24 
St Andrew square — James Milligan, 

S.S.C., local manager See Adv. 

Royal Horse Bazaar, Lothian road, job & post- 
horse-masters — Scott, Croall, & Co. pro- 
prietors 
Royal Insurance Co., 2 Pilrig place — John 

Cay, agent 
Royal Naval, Military, & East India Life 
Assurance Society, 4 Pitt street — David 
Crawford, S.S.C. agent 
Royal Physical Society, 6 York place 
Royal Scottish Society of Arts — hall of meet- 
ing, 51 George street — J. B. Bell, 5 Hill st. 
Royal Society apartments, Mound 
Ruddiman, John, cutler and surgeons' instru- 
ment maker, 3 1 West Register street 
Ruddiman, Mrs, 12 Shrub place 
Ruddiman, Miss, 5 Atholl place 
Rule, Geo. (Comm. Bank), 7 Buccleuch place 
Rule, Thomas, 8 Cumberland street 
Runciman, John, waiter, 5 Picardy place 
Rushbrook, William, 2 East Broughton place 
Russell & Veitch, wholesale and retail iron- 
mongers, 6 and 7 Hunter sq. — See Adv. 
Russell, Alex. Jas., C.S. 9 Shandvvick place 
Russell, Alex, wright & undertaker, Carrub- 

ber's close 
Russell, A- {Scotsman Office), 2 Ramsay gardens 
Russell, Alex, agent for Edmonstone Coal and 
Brick Works, St Leonard's depot- — house, 5 
Parkside street — See Adv. 
Russell, Alex. 27 Warriston crescent 
Russell, Francis, advocate, 17 Randolph cres. 
Russell, George, 2 Lord Russell place 
Russell, George E. 14 Regent terrace 
Russell, Sir James, 112 Princes street 
Russell, James, M.D., F.R.S.E. 15 Lynedoch 

place 
Russell, Jas. of Blackbraes, 15 Regent terrace 
Russell, James, warehouseman 31 Nelson st. 
Russell, John, & Co. coal merchts. Haymarket 
Russell, John (/a'e J. & J. Baxter), glazier 

and slater, 18 Leith st. — ho. 4 Baxter's pi. 
Russell, John,D.C. S., Southbank, Canaan lane 
Russell, John, wright, 21 Lauriston street 
Russell, John (Rob. Russell & Son), 6 Mans- 
field place 
Russell, Joseph, Leith saw mills 
Russell, O. 60 Gilmore place 
Russell, Robert, & Son, skinners, tanners, and 

wool dealers, Canonmiljs 
Russell, Robert, baker, 2 Pitt street 
Russell, Robert, clothier, 7 Romilly place 
Russell, Thomas (li. and Veitch), 1 Arniston 

place 
Russell, Thomas, currier & leather merchant, 

Boyd's entry, St Mary's wynd 
Russell, Thos. brush and trunk manufacturer, 

10 North Bank street 
Russell, Thomas, 3 Reigo street 
Russell, Rev. Wm. A.M. 1 Claremont place 
Russell, Wm. C.A., 23 India street 



Russell, William, wine and spirit merchant, 

2 Quality lane — ho. Claremont park 
Russell, William, wright, 2 Seafield row, Leith 
Russell, Wm. tailor & clothier 6 Charlotte pi. 
Russell, Mrs Major, 24 Gardner's crescent 
Russell, Mrs R. grocer and spirit dealer, IB 

Lauriston street 
Russell, Mrs W. 11 King place 
Russell, Mrs, St Vincent cottage, Grange 
Russell, Mrs, 17 Regent terrace 
Russell, Mrs, 18 Leopold place 
Russell, Miss, 4 Torphichen street 
Russell, Miss, Forthside, Trinity 
Russell, Miss M. Bethany house, Grange loan 
Russell, Miss Jane, 18 Gardner's crescent 
Russells & Nicolson, C.S. 9 Shandwick pi. 
Rutherford & Herries, W.S. 3 Howe street 
Rutherford & Son, bootmakers, 142 George 

street 
Rutherford, Andw. and Son, wine and spirit 

merchants, 142 & 144 High street 
Rutherford, Andrew. 4 West Adam street 
Rutherford, Andrew, 87 Causeyside 
Rutherford, Charles D. 21 Montagu street 
Rutherford, George, attendant on invalid gen- 
tlemen, 11 Earl Grey street 
Rutherford, George, baker, 43 Broughton st. 

and 19 Elm row 
Rutherford, James, tea and coffee merchant, 

41 -a Broughton street 
Rutherford, John, 17 Earl Grey street 
Rutherford, John, missionary, Little Loch- 
end's close 
Rutherford, Rich, smith, 10 Bread street 
Rutherford, Robert, W.S. 3 Howe street — ■ 

house, 64 Great King street 
Rutherford, Robert (Rutherford &$ Son), 28 

India street 
Rutherford, Thomas, flesher, 27 Clerk street 
Rutherford, Walter, wine and spirit dealer, 40 

Rose street 
Rutherford, Walter, Mary villa, Grove road 
Rutherford, Walter, plumber and gasfitter, 9 

Tollcross 
Rutherford, Wm. & Son, wine & spirit merchts. 
72 and 75 High st. 5 & 7 Leith st. 3 Drum- 
mond st. 30 Bristo st. and 38 Shore, Leith 
— counting-house, 30 Niddry st 
Rutherford, Wm. victual dealer, 94 Cross- 
causey — ho. 12 Beaumont place 
Rutherford, Wm. spirit mercht. 11 Abbey 
Rutherford, Wm. ( Wm. R. <§- Son), 7 Brunts- 
field place 
Rutherford, Mrs W. 4 Salisbury road 
Rutherford, Mrs, 39 George square 
Rutherford, Mrs, 4 Hunter square 
Rutherford, Mrs P., lodgings, 18 Salisbury st. 
Rutherford, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 14 Raeburn pL 
Rutherford, Miss Helen, 5 Wharton place 
Rutherfurd, Andrew, advocate, 47 Albany st. 
Rutherfurd, John, W.S. 14 Albany street 
Rutherfurd, Wm. fishing-tackle maker, book- 
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Rutherfurd, Mrs, 4 Carlton terrace 

Rutherfurd, Miss Susan, 17 Nelson street 

Ruthven, John, patent press & engine manu- 
facturer, 23 New street 

Ruthven, M. W. engineer, 23 New street 

Rutter, Joseph, 6 Saunders street 

Ryley, John Sheffield Gilbert, lieut. col. 
2 Salisbury road, Newington 

Rymer, Henry, merchant and. commission 
agent, 10 Quality street 

Rymer, Thomas, solicitor, 38 Frederick street 
— house, 31 Great King street 

Rymer, Mrs, Pentland lodge, Hope terrace 

Rymer, Miss, 51 Hope park end 

Rymer, Miss, 4 Graham street 

Ryrie, Alexander, gardener, Dairy lane 

Ryrie, Miss, 31 Gayfield square 

Sabbath Alliance Office, Rev. Wm. Graham, 

honorary secretary, 6 York place 
Saddler, Andw. grocer, 138 Pleasance 
Saddler, Mrs James, grocer and spirit dealer, 

19 Hart street 
Sadler, Mrs, 3S Cumberland street 
Safely, Miss Janet, matron Canongate poor 

house, Tolbooth wynd 
Sailors' Home and refreshment rooms, 13 

Dock place — W. Black, superintendent 
Sale rooms (Stevenson's') 4 St Andrew square 
Salmond, J. & Co. grocers and wine merchts. 

131 Rose street 
Salom,B. & Co. opticians, 27 Hanover street 
Salomon, Henry, boot and shoe maker, 44 

Princes street 
Salomon, H. importer of French shoes, 63 

George street 
Salomon, Madame Henry, corset maker, 63 

George street 
Salter, Miss, 29 Regent terrace 
Salvesen, Chr.(T. S. §■ Co) 20 Charlotte street, 

Leith 
Samson, Misses, 27 Montagu street 
Samuel, James, flesher, Hillhousefield 
Samuel, James, flesher, 76 Abbey hill 
Samuel, James, flesher, Newhaven 
Samuel, John, wright, 10 Leven street 
Samuel, Peter (Knox, S. and Dickson'), 

Lauder road 
Samuel, llobt. (Leith Candle Co.), 5 Morton st. 

Leith 
Samuel, William, spirit dealer, 8 Shore 
Sandelands, James, tea dealer, 194 Rose st. 
Sandeman, Robt., cabinetmak. and upholst. 9 

Greenside st. — ho. 28 Gayfield square 
Sandeman, Wm. B. collector of shore dues, 13 

Elm row 
Sandeman, Mrs T. R. 5 London street 
Sandeman, Mrs, 28 Gayfield square 
Sanders, Wm. R., M.D. 15 Duke street 
Sanders, Mrs, 43 Albany street 
Sanders, Mrs Dr, 15 Duke street 
Sanderson & Son, lapidaries, jewellers, & seal 

engravers, 15 George street 



Sanderson and Lawrie, wine merchants and 
grocers, 101 Princes street 

Sanderson & Muirhead, builders, 1 New 
Broughton 

Sanderson, Andr. cowfeeder, 60 Nicolson st. 

Sanderson, James, grocer & spirit dealer, 40 
Water lane 

Sanderson, Jas. (S. <$f M.), 21 London street 

Sanderson, James, (Peace and Co.) railway 
agents, 26 Bread street 

Sanderson, Mark, tea, wine, and spirit mer- 
chant, 21 Chapel lane, Leith 

Sanderson, Mat. bird-stuft'er, 66- a George st. 

Sanderson, Michael, church-officer, St Tho- 
mas' chapel, Rutland street 

Sanderson, Robert & Thomas, coach-builders, 
Lothian road — house, 2 Dewar place 

Sanderson, Thomas, 1 Fettes row 

Sanderson, William, stationer & printer, 148 
Canongate 

Sanderson, William, 24 Minto street 

Sanderson, Mrs John, 7 India street 

Sanderson, Miss, 25 Upper Gray street 

Sanderson, Miss, 41 South Clerk street 

Sandford, E. D. advoc. sheriff and steward of 
Kirkcudbright, 11 Randolph crescent 

Sandford, Rev. Daniel F., curate of St John's 
church, Ashfield cottage, Greenhill gardens 

Sandilands, David, spiritdlr. Silverfield, Leith 

Sandilands, Mrs, dressmaker, 194 Rose street 

Sandilands, Mrs, 58 Broughton street 

Sandilands, Mrs, lodgings, 4 Elder street 

Sandison, A. tailor, Lamb's close 

Sands, Warren Hastings, W.S. and solicitor 
of customs, 5 Roval circus 

Sands, W. H. & W". J., W.S. 5 Royal circus 

Sands, Wm. John, W.S. 52 Great King st. 

Sandwith, Mrs, 14 Melville street 

Sang & Adam, S.S.C. 61 Great King street 

Sang & Barker, wholesale druggists, manu- 
facturing chemists, and commission agents, 
York lane 

Sang, E. teacher of mathematics, civil engi- 
neer, and actuary, 2 George street 

Sang, E. (S. §f Barker), 61 Gt. King street 

Sang, John (S. <Sf Adam), 61 Gt. King street 

Sangster, A. 7 Henderson row 

Sangster, Mrs Robert, 26 Carrubber's close 

Sangster, Mrs, 8 Nicolson sq. 

Sansome, Frederick Stevens, 1 1 Forres street 

Sanson, A. tailor, 107 Causey side 

Sanson, R. printer, 15 Richmond place 

Sasine Office, 49 Register house — 10 to 4; 
Saturdays, from 10 to 12 

Saunders, John & Son, auctioneers, 14 Qua- 
lity street 

Saunders, John, grocer, 1 Orchardfield place, 
and 19 Rosebank 

Saunders, John, wright, 15 Mitchell street — 
house, 129 Constitution street 

Saunders, P. R. appraiser, 14 Quality st. 

Saunders, Wm. sol.-at-law and S.S.C. 51 
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Saunders, Miss Catharine, 12 Clarence street 
Saville, Miss, 19 Duke street lane 

Sawers, Peter, saddler to her Majesty, 8 
Annandale street 

Sawers, Thomas, 8 Archibald place 

Sawers, Thomas, jun. baker, 310 Lawnmatket 
— house, 441 

Sawers, Miss, 11 Manor place 

Sayers, Robert, 31 Broughton street 

Scarth & Scott, W.S., N.P. 28 Bernard st. 

Scarth, Pillans, W.S. & N.P. (S. & Scot'), 
Master Extraordinary in Chancery, and Com- 
missioner for Courts of Queen's Bench, Com. 
Pleas, and Exchequer, 28 Bernard street — 
house, 37 

Scarth, Mrs Lydia, sick nurse, Hope terrace 

Sceales, J. & J. M., British wine manu- 
facturers, 15 St Andrew St., Leith 

Sceales, Adolphus M. Willow bank, Newhaven 

Sceales, Miss, Adelphi place 

Sceals, Andrew, 2 Kyle's place, Madeira st. 

Schaw, Robt. & Co. wine merchants, 33 Giles' 
street, Leiih — ho. Links place, Morton st. 

Schaw, Robert (R. S. $ Co.), Links pi. 

Schaw, Mrs, 30 Gilmore place 

Schenck & Macfarlane, lithographers and en- 
gravers, 19 St James' square 

Schenck, F. lithographer (late of 5. Sf Mac- 
farlane) 50 George st. — ho. 29 Buccleuch 
pi. — See Adv. 

Scheniman, Mrs, 14 Howard place 

Schmitz, Leonard, Phil. Dr, LL.D., F.R.S.E., 
Rector of High School, 9 Regent terrace 

Schneider, A. prof, of modern languages, 12 
Queen street 

Schneider. C. H. French master, High school, 
class room, 20 St Andrew's square — house, 
2 Heriot row 

Schofield, teacher, 8 Spittal street 

Schoekher, Mdme. E. Etablissement Francais, 
milliner, dress & corsetmaker, 103 Princes st. 

School of Arts library and model room, 
Adam square 

School, St Thomas's, Gibb's close, 250 Ca- 
nongate 

School, Rev. Dr And. Thomson's, 10 Queens- 
ferry strtet — Robert Burns Crowe, rector 

Schoolmas i ers' Widows' Fund, 1 6 Thistle st. 

Schopp, Jn. teacher of German, 41 Quten st. 

Schultze, Alex. & Son, wholesale and commis- 
sion merchants, 23 Cohurg street, Leith 

Schultze, Alex, merchant, 1 Primrose bank 

Sclanders, Miss, 28 Torphichen st. 

Sclater, Robert & Son, die and stamp cutters, 
63 North bridge — house, 18 Buccleuch pi. 

Sclater, Alex, wood engraver, I Bleuheim pi. 

Sclater, T. & D. boot and shoemakers, 3 Elder 
street 

Sclater, Mrs, lodgings, 3 Maitland place 

Scoon, Kenneth, 31 Clerk street 

Scot, Miss, of Trinity, 87 Great King street 

Scotland, A. Pearson, S.S.C.— chambers, 29 
Frederick street — house, Coates house south 



Scotsman and Daily Scotsman Newspaper 

Office, 257 High street 
Scott & Allan, wine merchants, 3 Kirkgate 
Scott & Ferguson, engravers, lithographers, 

printers, and stationers, 11 S. St Andrew 

street 
Scott & Orr, chemists & drug. (J. Nicol, Kief 

house) 21 Duudas st. 
Scott, Low, & Co. (late Patison & Pi ingle), 

silk mercers, drapers, and general outfitters, 

4, 5, and 6 South bridge 
Scott, Moncrieff, & Dalgety, W.S. 17 Duke st, 
Scott, Rymer, & Bruce, W.S., 38 Frederick st. 
Scott, Adam B. tailor, 58 Bernard street 
Scott, A. W. manufacturer of aerated waters, 

49 Water lane — house, 6 Quality street 
Scott, Alex, bootmaker, 109 George street 
Scott, Alex, engraver, 4 Northumberland place 
Scott, Alex. 23 Archibald place 
Scott, Alex. H.E.I.C.S. 41 Lauriston place 
Scott, Alex, baker, 24 Gardner's crescent 
Scott, Alex, mason, 44 Howe street 
Scott, Andrew, W.S. 13 Drummond place 
Scott, Andrew, seamen's hat and oil cloth 

manufacturer, 32 Commercial place 
Scott, Andrew, tailor, 53 Bristo street 
Scott, Andrew, cabinetmaker, 15 Leopold pi. 
Scott, Archibald, solicitor, 38 Frederick st. — 

ho. 20 Walker st. 
Scott, Archibald, 15 Windsor street 
Scott, Archibald, architect, 10 Teviot row 
Scott, B. grocer, Hillhousefield 
Scott, Bryce, builder and house agent, Tan- 
field 
Scott, Charlps, advocate, 22 Abercromby pi. 
Scott, David, baker, 40 Lothian street 
Scott, David, C.A. and agent for the Sun 

Insurance Co. 1 London st. 
Scott, David, superintendent of lighthouses, 6 

Hermitage place 
Scott, David, shipowner, 5 Madeira place 
Scott, David, china and provision merchant, 

25 William street 
Scott, Douglas, & Son, rope makers, 14 South 

Hanover street — house, 11 Leven street 
Scott, F. shipmaster, 8 Bonnin>zton place 
Scott, George, baker, 1 Warriston place 
Scott, George, baker, 10 Scotland street 
Scott, George, gatekeeper, Royal Infirmary 
Scott, George, 23 Norton place 
Scott, George F., S.S.C. 11 South Gray st. 
Scott, Isaac, postmaster to the Queen, funeral 

undertaker, Brat house, and Royal academy 

for riding, Lothian road 
Scott, James, portrait painter, 63 Frederick 

street 
Scott, James, shoemaker, 40 Cumberland st. 
Scott, James {Wight b) S.), Claremont park 
Scott, James, 25 Pitt street 
Scott, James, cabinetmaker, upholsterer, and 

undertaker, 10 Clyde st. — house, 11 Dun- 
das street 
Scott, James, 4 Pitt street, Leith 
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Scott, James (G. E.-O.), 5 Itatcliffe terrace 
Scott, James, baker, 51 No. Richmond street 
Scott, Jas. provision dealer and greengrocer, 

4 Antigua street 
Scott, James, Wight's place 
Scott, J. & T. upholsterers and undertakers, 

10 George street 
Scott, James (J. and T. &.), 26 Stafford street 
Scott, Jas. coal merchant, 30 Nicolson street 
Scott, John, 7 Union street 
Scott, John, confectioner, 6 Riddle's close, Leith 
Scott, John, family linen and baby linen ware- 
house, 5 Greenside street 
Scott, John, W.S. 17 Duke st. Sec. to the 
Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, and 
Treasurer to the Royal Edinburgh Asylum 
for the Insane — house, 21 Abercromby pi. 
Scott, John (Scarth §f <S.), 11 Hermitage pi. 
Scott, John (Blackhall$ S.), 30 Haddington pi. 
Scott, John, manager of Incorporation^ West 

mills, Water of Leith 
Scott, John, cabinetmaker, 237 Cowgate 
Scott, John (Customs), Cockburn bank 
Scott, John, provision merch. 2 Leith walk 
Scott, John, boot and shoem. 54 Broughton st. 
Scott, John, leather-mereht. 12 Baker's place 
Scott, John, smith, 4 Robb's court 
Scott, John, 7 Annandale street 
Scott, J. R. landscape-painter, 8 Frederick st. 
Scott, John, smallware mercht. 135 Kirkgate 
Scott, J. cowfeeder, 1 Albany street 
Scott,. Morris, Peacock inn, Newhaven 
Scott, Mungo, com and flour merchant, 1 

Greyfriars' place 
Scott, Peter, & Co. clothier and shirt merchts. 

9 South bridge. — See Adv. 
Scott, Peter R. of Redford hill, 3 Bruntsfield 

place 
Scott, Robt. C. hosier, glover, and shirtmaker, 

22 South bridge — house, 21 Montague st. 
Scott, Robert, slater and chimney-sweeper, 13 

Home street 
Scott, Robert, S.S.C.and sol.-at-law, 63 North 

Hanover street 
Scott, R. E., C.A. 127 Princes street 
Scott, Robert, Regent hotel, 14 Waterloo pi. 
Scott, Robert (Excise), 6 Bank place 
Scott, Robert, comm. agent, 8 Duke street 
Scott, Robert, grocer, tea, wine, and spirit 

merch. 175 High st. — ho. 6 Teviot row 
Scott, Stewart, upholsterer and cabinetmaker, 

Meuse lane — house, C. 
Scott, Thos., C.A. 6 North St David street- 
house, 3 Gay field square 
Scott, Thos. (J. $• T. S.), 16 Rutland street 
Scott, Thos, junr., C.A. 6 N. St David st. 
Scott, Thomas, 41 Lauriston place 
Scott, Thomas, 7 Randolph cliff 
Seott, Thos. bank messenger, 22 Fettes row 
Scott, W. vegetable pill wareh. 10 S. College st. 
Scott, W. spirit dlr. 27 Tolbooth wynd, Leith 
Scott, Walter, commission agent, 23 Duke st. 
Scott, William, teacher, 33 Parkside street 



Scott, Wm. & Son, Jawcraig colliery office, 5- 
Port-Hopetoun 

Scott, Wm. refreshment rooms, 13 Calton st. 

Scott, Wm. painter, 23 Home street 

Scott, William, & Son, joiners, Venetian blind 
makers, 156 Rose street 

Scott, Wm.M.D.,F.R.C.S E. 4 Dean terrace 

Scott, Wm. gatekeeper, Edinburgh Poor Ho. 

Scott, Wm. coal master, 28 Gilmour place 

Scott, Wm. flesher, 18 Roxburgh pi. — house, 
16 Middle Arthur place, 

Scott, William, plumber, gasfitter, and zinc 
worker, Tanfield 

Scott, Mrs A. fruiterer, 78 Queen st — ho. 53 
Castle street 

Scott, Mrs Adam, 10 St Andrew square 

Scott, Mrs A. 1 1 East Adam street 

Scott, Mrs David, 27 Rutland street 

Scott, Mrs E. spirit dealer, 35 Giles' st. 

Scott, Mrs Geo. S. 28 Rutland square 

Scott, Mrs John, 2 Salisbury square 

Scott, Mrs Mary, 17 Ann street 

Scott, Mrs, 23 Archibald place 

Scott, Mrs, 8 Ainslie place 

Scott, Mrs, 75 Broughton street 

Scott, Mrs T. G. 22 Heriot row 

Scott, Mrs, 9 Raeburn place 

Scott, Mrs, 6 Haddington place 

Scott, Mrs, 84 Great King street 

Scott, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 1 W. Nicolson st, 

Scott, Mrs, lodgings, 46 Rankeillor street 

Scott, Mrs, 2 Bellevue terrace 

Scott, Mrs, 3 Antigua street 

Scott, Mrs, flesher, 26 Lothian street 

Scott, Mrs, 1 Pilrig street 

Scott, Miss, 52 Northumberland street 

Scott, Miss Robertson, 22 Gt. King street 

Scott, Miss, corset maker, 34 Frederick street 

Scott, Miss, Douglas lodge, Merchiston park 

Scott, Miss, 5 Buccleuch place 

Scott, Miss, 59 Lauriston place 

Scott, Miss, 26 Alva street 

Scott, Miss, 2 Lauriston lane 

Scott, Miss, 12 Pilrig street 

Scott, Miss, dressmaker, 100 George street 

Scott, Misses M. & E. dress and straw-hat 
makers, 2 West Nicolson street 

Scott, Misses, 9 Gayfield square 

Scott's school, Midtield house 

Scott's lodgings, 124 and 125 Princes street 

Scotch Thistle Newspaper, 369 High street 

Scottish Amicable Life Assurance Society, 
3 North St David street. — See Adv. 

Scottish Arboricultural Society, 6 York pi. 

Scottish Association for. Supposing Drunk- 
enness, 6 York place — John Buckle, conv. 

Scottish Colour Works, Timber bush, and 5- 
Shore 

Scottish Drainage and Improvement Co. 
John Ronald, S.S.C. managing director, 20 
Hill street, Janus W. Baillie.'W.S., secy. 

Scottish Episcopal Church Training Insti- 
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Scottish Episcopal Church Schools, St An- 
drew's Hall, Leith wynd 
Scottish Equitable Life Assur. Society, 26 St 

Andrew sq. — Ro. Christie, manager, Wm. 

Finlay, secretary — See Adv. 
Scottish Institution for Education of Young 

Ladies, 9 Moray place — See Adv. 
Scottish Jurist Office, 13 Thistle street 
Scottish Mercantile Agency Office, 7 Hunter 

square 
Scottish Missionary Society's Committee- 
room?, 6 York place 
Scottish (Mutual) Plate Glass Insurance 

Association, 46 North Hanover street — See 

Adv. 
Scottish Naval and Military Academy, 

Lothian road 
Scottish Permanent Property Investment 

Society, 13 Royal Exchange — Thomas 

M'Dowall, manager 
Scottish Press Office, 251 High street 
Scottish Property Investment Co. 102 South 

bridge — Hugh Cameron, manager — ho. 24 

Gardner's crescent 
Scottish Provident Institution for Life As- 
surance and Annuities, 14 St Andrew sq. 

— James Watson, manager. — See Adv. 
Scottish Provincial (formerly Aberdeen) 

Assurance Co. 65 Princes street — James M. 

Macandrew, C.A. local sec. — See Adv. 
Scottish Railway Gazette Office, 78 Rose St. 

— printing office, 82 
Scottish Reformation Society — office, 6 York 

place — George Lyon, hon. secretary ; G. R. 

Badenoch, actiDg- secretary — Wm Leckie, 

treasurer, Commercial bank 
Scottish Register and Home Institution for 

Domestic Servants, 3 Queen st. — Peter 

Scott, clerk ; Mrs Sinclair, matron 
Scottish Trade Protection Society, 11 Bank 

street — Wm. White Millar, S.S.C., law agent 

— George T.Bathgate, sec — Robt.G. Nicol, 

messenger- at-arms — See Adv. 
Scottish Universities Commission — Robert 

Berry, sec. 36 Moray place 
Scottish Union Fire and Life Insurance 

Co. 47 George street — George Ramsay, 

manager; James Barlas, sec. — See Adv. 
Scottish Widows' Fund and Life Assurance 

Society, 5 St Andrew square — John M'Ken- 

zie, manager 
Scougall, Ellis, & Co. merchts. 132 Consti- 
tution street 
Scougall, A. flesher, 1 St Patrick sq, — ho. 27 
Scougall, James, H.M. Inspector of Schools, 

Pentland villa, Coates 
Scougall, J. (S. Ellis, §■ Co.), Priory, Ramsay 

place, Bonnington 
Scrivener, Wm. 64 Broughton street 
Scrymgeour, Henry, upholstery work-rooms, 

23- a George street — house 84 Great King 

street 
Scrymgeour, Miss, 23 Clerk street 



Sdeward, J. 11 Castle street 

Seater, Geo. S. (Leit/t, Hull, and Hamburgh 

Steam Packet Co.) 34 Bernard street 
Seaton & Marshall, bootmakers, 50 West Re« 

gister street 
Seaton, David, bootmaker, 20 Elder street 
Seaton, Robt. auctioneer, 14 Broughton st. 
Seator, Robert, lighthouse-storekeeper, 5 

Regent street 
Seggie, Alex, machinist and printing press 

maker, Broughton market, Dublin street — 

house, 25 Barony street 
Selby, Robert Barclay, solicitor- at-law and 

S.S.C. 26 Dundas street 
Selcraig, Thomas, grocer, 1 Glenorchy place 
Select Subscription Library, 26 Waterloo 

pi. — Alex. Greig, librarian — house, 59 Earl 

Grey street 
Selkirk, William, tailor, 35 Leith street 
Seller, Wm. M.D., F.R.C.P. 18 Northum- 
berland street 
Servants' National Registry, 1 Frederick st. 

— J. Henderson, manager 
Servants' Institution, 5 Frederick street — 

James Drummond, clerk 
Session Clerk's Office for the City, City 

Chambers 
Session Clerk's Office for St Cuthbert's, 14 

Lothian road 
Session Clerk's Office for Canongate, 163 

Canongate — house, Chessels' court 
Session Clerk's Office for South Leith,' 69 

Constitution street 
Session Clerk and Registrar for North Leith 

— Thomas S. Forman, 40 Bridge street 
Seton & Mackenzie, foreign and English 

booksellers, stationers, and bookbinders, 80 

George street and 15 Thistle 6treet 
Seton, Francis C. inspector of branches (ifoyaZ 

Bank), 9 Windsor street 
Seton, Geo. advocate, St Bennet's, Greenhill 
Seton, Gregor, wine and spirit merchant, 73 

York place — house, 4 North St James st. 
Seton, Henry, veterinary surg. 129 Rose st. — 

house, 1 Queensferry street 
Seton, Pat. boot and shoemaker, 45 Candle- 
maker row 
Seton, Lt.-Col. R. S.,H.E.I.C.S. 9 Windsor st. 
Seton, Mrs, 13 Coates crescent 
Severs, Benjn. commission agent, 3 Comely 

Green place 
Shand, Alex. Burns, advocate, 57 Queen st. 
Shand, Alex. Innes, advocate, 3 Rutland st. 
Shand, Chas. Farquhar, advocate, 6 St Colme 

street 
Shand, Geo. tinsmith, 109 Kirkgate 
Shand, John, W.S. master extraordinary h> 

Chancery, 24 Royal circus 
Shand. Thos. spirit dealer, 2 Dean st. 
Shand, W. R. wholesale hosier, 35 South br. 
Shand, Wm. broker and dealer in mechanics' 

tools, 2 Victoria street 
Shanks, Christopher, bootmkr. 2 Catharine st. 



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Shanks, D. cabinetmaker and house factor, ] 

Leslie place — ho. 22 Rieburn place 
Shanks, George, 2 Barony street 
Shanks, James, 1.5 Stafford street 
Shanks, Thos. fishing-tackle manufacturer, 25 

North bridge 
Shanks, Mrs, 58 Broughton street 
Shanks, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 22 Jamaica street 
Sharp, Francis, watch and clock maker, 25 

Clerk street 
Sharp, J. C. board.-house-keeper, 13 Union pi. 
Sharp, William, Auckland villa 
Sharp, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 46 Great King street 
Sharp, Mrs, prhate lodgings, 13 Union place 
Sharp, Mrs Robert, 5 Lutton place 
Sharp, Isabella, poulterer, 13 Dundas street 
Sharp, Miss Marion, baby limn and ladies' 

outfitting warehouse, 60 Ltith street 
Sharpe, Robt. corn dealer, 26 Upper Gray st. 
Shaw, Alexander, tailor, 32 Clarence street 
Shaw, Andrew, cab- hirer, 16 Cassels' place 
Shaw, D. chimney-sweeper, 3 Pitt street 
Shaw, George, saddler, 67 Clerk street 
Shaw, James, 1 Lower Gilmour place 
Shaw, James, boat-builder, Coates place 
Shaw, Patrick, advocate, sheriff of Chancery, 

36 Charlotte square 
Shaw, Robert, dairy, Mainpoint 
Shaw, Thos. W. peruke maker, 7 Chapel st. 
Shaw, Wm. (N. British Railway), 1 9 Ann st. 
Shaw, William, coal merchant, 2 Port Hamil- 
ton — house, 21 Sample street 
Shaw, Mrs Dr, 7 Clarence street 
Shaw, Mrs Margaret, 2 Howard street 
Shear, David, provision dealer, 113 Kirkgate 

— house, 3 View place 
Shearer, Archibald, 19 India street 
Shearer, James, 90 Rose street 
Shearer, John (&'. P.-O.), Verbena cottage, 

Sciennes hill 
Shearer, J. T. 1 Kyle place, Madeira street 
Sheddeu, R., spirit dealer, 23 Greenside row 
Shedden, millinery warehouse, 36 Hanover st. 
Shennan, John, builder, Bellevue cottage, Low 

Broughton 
Shepherd, Alex, spirit merchant, Peacock 

Inn, 3 Orchardfield street 
Shepherd, George, 47 Con-titution street 
Shepherd, James, stationer and bookseller, 8 
Leith st. and 2 Catharine st. — ho. 4 Elder st. 
Shepherd, John (G.P.-O.), 18 Duncan st. 
Shepherd, Wm. drysalter, 179 Pleasance 
Shepherd, William, draper, 46 Howe street — 

house 44 . , 

Shepherd, Mrs John/6 Clarence st. 
Shepherd, Mrs, 12 St Vincent street 
Shepherd, Mrs, 15 Charlotte square 
Sheppard, John & James, paioters, glaziers, 

and paper-hangers, 21 Frederick street 
Sheppard, Mrs Jas painter, glazier, and paper- 
hanger, 107 George btreet — house, 37 Castle 
street 
Sherar, Jn., surveyor & account., 9 Dean st. 



Sheriff Clerk's Office, County buildings 

Sheriff Clerk's Office, 18 Charlotte st. Leith 

Sheriff Clerkof Chancery Office, Exchequer, 
Parliament square — F. G. Souter, sheriff- 
clerk ; D. M. Latla, dep. sheriff-clerk 

Sheriff, James, cabinetmaker, 5 Hope street — 
house, 4 North Melville place 

Sheriff, Mrs Jane, 6 Rankeillor street 

Shield, George, depute-clerk of session, 14 
General Register house 

Shields, John, reading-room, 128 Constitu- 
tion street 

Shiell, Ant. {General Register-house), 6 Middle- 
by street 

Shiell, David Russell (Bank of Scotland), 13 
Annandale street 

Shiell, Wm. assistant clerk of Session {Regis- 
ter-house), 8 Middleby street 

Shiell, Mrs, 10 Raeburn place 

Shiell, Mrs, 26 Cumberland street 

Shiels, John S. wine merchant, 69 Constitu- 
tion street — house, 26 Windsor st. 

Shiels, Matthew, confectioner, 50 Nicolson 
street & 45 N. Bridge— house, 106 Lauriston 
place 

Shiels, Robt. & Son, wholesale confectioners, 
5 and <i Bristo place 

Shiels, Thomas, painter and glazier, I South 
Howard place 

Shiels, Wm. & Co. wine merchts. 52 Constitu- 
tion street 

Shiels, Wm. G. 7 Upper Gilmour place 

Shiels, W. of Bankhead, 6 Vanburgh place 

Shillinglaw, Thos. writer, 17 Preston street 

Shillinglaw, Mrs, 27 Dundas street 

Shiress, David S. 48 India street 

Shirreff, Chas. H. corn factor, 2 High Calton 
— house, 6 Annandale street 

Shirreff, C. J. advocate, 10 Hope street 

Shirtsinger, Mat. German clockmaker, 177 
Pleasance 

Shore- Dues Office, Custom-house, Leith 

Shorrock, Robert, spirit dealer and carriers' 
quarters, 10 Bernard st. 

Short, James, 3 Forbes street 

Short, John, church officer, 19 Rose street 

Short, William, spirit merchant, 10 High riggs 

Short, Mrs, 13 East Adam street 

Short, Miss, dressmaker, 63 Clerk street 

Short's Observatory, Castle hill 

Shotts Iron Co.'s Foundry, 9 Springfield, 
Leith walk — Alex. Sinclair, manager 

Sibbald, And., station agent {E. P. 6$ D. Rail- 
way), Citadel, Leith 

Sibbald, George, surgeon, 2 Argyll square 

Sibbald, J. and Sons, ironmongers, 64 Geo. st. 

Sibbald, John. Rohertsori; M.D., F.R.C.S.E. 
141 Princes street ; 

Sibbald, John, M.D.' assistant physician, 
Royal Edinburgh Asylum 

Sibbald, Ts.'(«7. S, mid Sons), 64- a George st. 

Sibbald, Walter (J. S. and Sons), 45 Geo. sq. 

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Sibbald, Mrs Captain, 8 Scotland street 
Sibbald, Mrs, cook, 39 India place 

Sibbald, Mrs Henry, 27 Great King street 

Sibbald, Mrs, 5 Nicolson street 

Sibbald, Mrs, 3 Madeira place, Leith 

Sibbald, Mrs, lodgings, 8 Hope street 

Sibbald, Mrs, 29 Clarence street 

Sibbald, Miss, 11 Brandon street 

Sibbald, Miss, 45 George square 

Siddie, John, builder, 2 Lord Russell place 

Sidey, Chas. surg.-accoucheur, 64 Hanover st. 

Sidey, David D. (Macullum and S.) 64 Hano- 
ver street 

Sidey, James A. surgeon, 42 Queen street 

Sidey, John, draper and hosier, 12 Charlotte 
place — house, 8 Cheyne street 

Sievwright, W. city missionary, 7 London st. 

Sievewright, Miss, 13 Montgomery street 

Signet Library, Parliament square. — Hours 
in session, 9 to 4 ; vacation, 10 to 3 ; Sa- 
turday, 10 to 1 

Signet Office, Register house 

Silver, Mrs, French stay and corset maker, 1 
Rutland street 

Silvie, James, writer, 46 Home street 

Sim, Alex. (N.B. Colour Co.), 3 Thomson's pi. 

Sim, Fr. R. glass chandelier & cut-glass manu- 
facturer, 96 Princes st. — ho. 12 Arniston pi. 

Sim, George, writer, 40 Charlotte square 

Sim, John, 16 Danube street 

Sim, Wm. trimming warehouse 53 George st. 

Sim, Wm. secretary Edinburgh Bible /Society, 
11 Upper Gray street 

Sim, Mrs, 40 Charlotte square 

Sime, A. teacher of navig., 5 Fox lane, Leith 

Sime, Alex, grocer, 31 Duke street, Leith 

Sime, Geo. smith, 15 Roxburgh terrace 

Sime, Rev. John, 3 Windmill street 

Sime, John, accountant and stockbroker (late 
H. Maitland $ Co.), 2 Thistle court— ho. 
40 Blacket place 

Sime, Thos. (P. §• R. Wright), 34 Blacket pi. 

Sime, Mrs Andrew, 29 Richmond place 

Simm, John, 7 Fyfe place 

Simmie, Mrs Dr, 6 Raeburn place 

Simmins, Jacob, teacher, 2 K. Broughton pi. 

Simons, W. J. civil staff, 11 Comely Greeu pi. 

Simpson & Graham, factors, silver platers and 
saddlers' ironmongers, Mound place 

Simpson and Orr, coalmasters, 14 Port Hope- 
toun. — See Adv. 

Simpson and Taylor, hair- dressers and per- 
fumers, 15 South St David street 

Simpson & Co. shirt makers, 86 South bridge 

Simpson, Alex. & Co. grocers, tea, wine, and 
spirit merchants, 5 Baker's place — house, 50 
Brunswick strtet 

Simpson, A. C. inspector of poor, 2 King 
street, Leith 

Simpson, Rev. A. L. librarian to U.P. Church, 
5 Queen street — house, 25 Howe street 

Simpson, David, manufacturing chemist, 2 
Orchardfield, Leith walk, and Portobello 



Simpson, Francis, broker, 64 Leith wynd 
Simpson, George, 5 Lothian road 
Simpson, Geo. Glen-Sciennes distillery 
Simpson, Geo. chimney sweep, 76 Causeyside 
Simpson, G. B. 23 Union place 
Simpson, Henry, stationer, 17 Princes street 

— house, Selville, Portobello 
Simpson, James Y., F.K.C.P. professor of 

midwifery in the University, 52 Queen st. 
Simpson, James, bootmaker, 6 Melbourne pi. 

— house, 35 George IV. bridge 
Simpson, Jas., printers' joiner, 29 Dublin st. 
Simpson, James, <:2 London street 
Simpson, J. F. corn merchant, 51 Bernard st. 

— house, 9 Hermitage place 
Simpson, John (Union Bunk), Bonnington 

lodge 
Simpson, J. (A. Melrose fy Co.), 12 Hope st. 
Simpson, John, grocer, 35 Kirkgate, Leith 
Simpson, John (G. P.-O.), 11 Lothian street 
Simpson, John, spirit dealer, 56 Fountainbr. 
Simpson, J. coal merchant, 1 1 Port Hopetoun 
Simpson, John, baker & confect. 158 High st. 
Simpson, John, bootmaker, 5 Crichton street 
Simpson, John, stoneware merchant, 4 Warris- 

ton place 
Simpson, John, 17 Archibald place 
Simpson, P. tailor and clothier, 9 Dewnie pi. 
Simpson, Richard, cabinetmaker, upholsterer, 

undertaker, and appraiser, 121 George st. — 

house, Lothian road 
Simpson, R. and H. coal merchants, Caledo- 
nian Rail way coal depot — ho. 1 Ladyfieldpl. 
Simpson, Robt. boot and shoe maker, 2 Circus 

place — house, 15 Brunswick street 
Simpson, Rt. ladies' boot maker, 31 Blair st. 
Simpson, Robert, builder, 11 Glover street 
Simpson, Robt. D. scale and beam makeiv 

2 W. Crosscausey and 14 Clerk street 
Simpson, Robert Graham, 61 Clerk street 
Simpson, Robtrt, 95 George street 
Simpson, Tho. clock & watch mkr.48 George st. 
Simpson, Walter (London and Edinburgh 

Skipping Company), 33 Bernard stieet 
Simpson, Wm. china mercht. 6 Low market st. 

— house, Playhouse close, 200 Canongate 
Simpson, V\ r m. hairdresser, 37 William st. 
Simpson, Mrs Andrew, 26 George street 
Simpson, Mrs Colonel, 4 Melville street 
Simpson, Mrs George H. 2 Henderson row 
Simpson, Mrs J. grocer and spirit dealer, 42 

Main st. Newhaven 
Simpson, Mrs M. stay maker, 10 Jamaica st. 
Simpson, Mrs, 11 Lothian street 
Simpson, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 1 Broughton pi. 
Simpson, Mrs, dressmaker, 14 Dean street 
Simpson, Mrs, grocer, 16 Lauriston street 
Simpson, Mrs, draper and dealer in shells, 40 

Shore 
Simpson, Mrs, victual dealer, 2 St Leonard st. 
Simpson, Mrs, lodgings, 2a Albany street 
Simpson, Mrs, toy shop, 26 Tolbooth wynd 
Simpson, Miss, dressmaker, 14 Lauriston st. 



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Simpson, Miss, 32 Royal circus 

Simpson, Miss, milliner and dressmaker, 92 

George street 
Simpson, Miss, milliner, 7 Castle street 
Simpson, Miss, 30 St Andrew square 
Simson, Messrs, institution for drawing and 

painting, 54 N. Frederick street 
Simson, Archd. 27 Rutland sq. 
Simson, David, teacher of drawing, 25 India 

street 
Simson, Geo., R.S.A. 54 N. Frederick st. 
Simson, Geo. TV. teacher of drawing, 54 N. 

Frederick st. 
Simson, James, M.D., F.R.C.S.E. 3 Glenfinlas 

street 
Simson, James, accountant, 5 Picardy place 
Simson, Thos. I West Maitland street 
Simson, Mrs, 9 Eton terrace 
Simson, Mrs James, 13 Gay field square 
Simson, Mrs Walter, 30 Albany street, Leith 
Simson, Mrs, 34 Dublin st. 
Simson, Miss, boarding and day school, 6 

Royal circus 
Simson, Miss, seminary, 15 St Andw. st. Leith 
Sinclair & Co. commission agents, drysalters, 
oil and colour merchants, 1 and 2 Calton st. 
Sinclair, Adam, A. & B. officer, 30 Kirkgate 
Sinclair, Adam, commercial traveller, 20 

Annandale st. 
Sinclair, Alex. 133 George street 
Sinclair,Alexander, manager, Shotts Foundry, 

10 Springfield, Leith walk 
Sinclair, Andw. hairdresser, 7 Milne square 
Sinclair, Rev. Arch. 38 Earl Grey st. 
Sinclair, Colin, bookseller and stationer, 69- c 

George street 
Sinclair, Daniel, cottage, Powderhall 
Sinclair, David, church officer, 6 Bristo pi. 
Sinclair, D. janitor, High school 
Sinclair, Edward, mining engineer, 7 Hender- 
son row 
Sinclair, G. cooper and stave merchant, 9 

Duke street, Leith 
Sinclair, George L., W.S. 4 Walker street 
Sinclair, Henry, 13 Rankeillor street 
Sinclair, James, draper, 4 Bank street 
Sinclair, James, baker, 133 Canongate 
Sinclair, James, mercantile accountant, Al- 
bany herald, Scotch College of Arms, 7 
Brown street 
Sinclair, John, baker, 14 Lothian street 
Sinclair, John, baker, 18 Tobago street 
Sinclair, John, bookseller, stationer, and book- 
binder, 3 Bristo port 
Sinclair, John, conjunct city clerk, City Cham- 
bers — ho. 6 Greenhill gardens 
Sinclair, John, corn mercht. Merchant street 

— ho. 3 Newington place East 
Sinclair, John, 26 Calton hill 
Sinclair, John, junior, shawl and tartan manu- 
facturer, and shirt maker, 79 South bridge 
—house, 10 Hailes street 
Sinclair, P. F. 2 George place 



Sinclair, Robert, assist, clerk of Session, 9 

India street 
Sinclair, Robt. tailor and clothr. 377 High st. 
Sinclair, Robt. shipmaster, 2 George st. Leith 
Sinclair, Veitch, M.D. and surgeon, 12 Elder 

street 
Sinclair, Wm. late merchant, 7 Brown street 
Sinclair, Wm. cooper & fish-curer, 22 Giles' st. 
Sinclair, William, 35 Bristo street 
Sinclair, Miss, 29 Buccleuch place 
Sinclair, Miss B. coal mer. 22 Port-Hamilton 
Sinclair, Miss, cloth cap maker, 227 High st. 
Sinclair, Miss, Whiteford house 
Sinclair, Misses, of Ulbster, 133 George street 
Sinton, John, slater, 1 TV. Richmond street 
Sinton, Wm. slater, 11 St Leonard's lane 
Sivewright, C. K. Cargillfield, Trinity 
Skae, David, M.D., F.R.C.S., Physician to 

Royal Edin. Asylum, Morningside 
Skae, Wm. teacher of classics, 65 Lauriston pi. 
Skae, Mrs, lodgings, 11 Drummond street 
Skaife, Mrs, 1 Henderson row 
Skeen, Miss, 56 Bridge street 
Skelton, John, advocate, 20 Alva street 
Skelton, Misses, 20 Alva street 
Skene, Major Alex, (late 24th foot), 9 Man- 
sion-house road, 
Skene, Jas. F. advocate, 1 S. Hanover st. 
Skene, W. F. & Peacock, W.S. 1 Hanover st. 

— house, 20 Inverleith row 
Skene, Mrs Jane, 4 Duncan street, Leith 
Skene, Mrs Colonel, 18 Lynedoch place 
Skiffington, John, china mercht. 109 High st. 
Skill, Miss, 3 Montague street 
Skilling, Andrew M. shoemaker, 3 Helen 

place, North Leith 
Skilling, Jno., & Son, bootmakers, 28, 29, & 30 

Tolbooth wynd, Leith 
Skinner, Wm., W.S. 41 Northumberland st. 
Skinner, TV. R., S.S.C. 8 Blenheim place 
Skinner, Mrs J. R. 5 Leopold place 
Skirving, David, 7 Torphichen street 
Skirving, Thos. farmer, Nether Quarryholes 
Slate, Plate Glass, Accidental Death, and 
Casualty Insurance, 2-b St Andrew square 
— Millar & Millar, local agents 
Slater, Andrew, slater, 140 Canongate — house, 

1 St John street 
Slater, James, cabinetmaker, 52 Broughton st. 
Slater, James (G. P.-O.) 2 Salisbury sq. 
Slater, Pet. sculptor, School of Arts, Adam sq. 
Slater, Mrs, 7 Drummond street 
Slater, Mrs, fruiterer & greengrocer, 4 and 5 

Green market 
Sleigh, George, tailor, 41 Lothian street 
Sleigh, Mrs Eleanor, 5 Glanville place 
Slight, Alex. & G. H. engineers, 34 Leith walk 
Slight, Alex. {A. 6f G. H. £.), 30 Hadding- 
ton place 
Slight, Alex, surveyor, 8 Spittal street 
Slight, George, 11 Mansion-house road 
Slight, Geo. H. {A. Sf G. H. S.), 25 Hadding- 
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Slight, James, tobacconist, 28 Nicolson street 
Slimon, David, 4 1 -a Broughton street 
Slimon, James ( T. B. Campbell §• Co.), 41-a 

Broughton street 
Slimon, Robt. furnishing ironmonger, copper- 
smith, tinsmith, brazier, gasfitter, and ship- 
chandler, 51 Shore, and 20 Broad wd., Leith 
Slimon, Wm. 31 Giles' st. Leith 
Slimmon, Mrs, hosier, 55 Tolbooth wy. Leith 
Sloan & Son, coal triers., 49 Broughton st., 67 

Castle street, and Leith walk — See Adv. 
Sloan, Miss, dressmaker, 67 Castle street, and 

1 S. St James' street 
Sloane, Mrs Jas. 16 Keir street 
Slymand, John, printer, 138 Nicolson street 
Smail & Co. wholesale & retail china and 

glass warehouse, 33 George IV. bridge 
Smail, Robert, victual dealer, 2 Hamilton pi. 

High riggs 
Small & Sou, bird-staffers, 38 George st. 
Small, Aw. {Royal Bank), 2d E. Claremont st. 
Small, David, basketmaker, 33 Hanover st. 
Small, John, college librarian, 16 Duncan st. 
Small, Robert, 59 Lauriston place 
Small, Wm. underclothier and outfitter, 30 

South bridge— house, 61 Clerk st. 
Small, Wm. Kerr, 51 Nicolson street 
Small, W. grocer & spirit dlr., 93 Canongate 
Small, W. Kerr, basketmaker, 35 Blair street 
Small, Mrs, 16 Duncan st. Drummoud place 
Smart & Co. stationers and news agents, 46 

Rose street 
Smart, Alex, printer, 5 South College street 
Smart, Andrew, baker, 114 West port 
Smart, James, flesher, 25 Middle market 
Smart, James, china merchant and rag dealer, 

237 Canongate 
Smart, James A. sugar agent, 60 North bridge 
Smart, James, grocer, spirit, and provision 

merchant, 449 Lawnmarket 
Smart, Rev. John, D.D. 11 Smith's place 
Smart, John, & Son, bootmakers, 1 Queen st. 
Smart, John, flesher, 15 W. Nicolson street 
Smart, Jn. jun. bootmaker, 21 Broughton pi. 
Smart, Jno. spirit merchant, 45 Leith st. 
Smart, John, grocer, wine and spirit mercht. 

12 West Maitland street 
Smart, John, 12 Shrub place, Leith walk 
Smart, John {Smart fy Son), 8 London street 
Smart, R. C. engraver, lithographer, and gold 

printer, 20 Elm row — ho. 9 Smith's place 
Smart, Robert, 10 George street 
Smart, Wm. spirit dealer, 27 Richmond place, 

and 172 Pleasance — house, 6 Hill place 
Smart, Wm. wood turner, Carrubber's close, 

135 High street 
Smart, Mrs J. spirit rcer. 84 St Mary's wynd 
Smart, Mrs, 56 Clerk st. 
Smart, Misses, milliners and dressmakers, 6 

Brighton street 
Smeal, J. grocer and spirit dealer, 3 Admiralty 

street 
Smeal, Jos. agent, E. P. and D. Ry. Granton 



Smeaton, Rev. George, professor of theology, 
New College, 1 Lennox street, Eton terrace. 
Smeaton, Mrs, ladies' nurse, Richmond court 
Smellie, H., grocer, 82 Crosscausey — ho. 84 
Smellie, Jn. tea dealer & grocer, 33 Bristo st. 

28 Home street, and 2 Orchardfield place 
Smellie, Wm. J. (Deputy Comptroller, G.P.- 

Office), Jessfield house 
Smiberr, George, baker, 216 Canongate 
Smith and Girvan, milliners, 74 George st. 
Smith & Co. printers, 9 So. St Andrew street 

— house, 6 Gilmore place 
Smith & M'Laren, merchants, 2 Bank st. Leith 
Smith and Wilson, druggists, 50-b Charlotte 

street, Leith 
Smith and Philpot, auctioneers, appraisers, 
Smith, A. & D. masons, slaters, glaziers, 
chimney-sweepers, &c 6 W. Lauriston pi. 
and house agents, 79 George street 
Smith, Adam, boot & shoe maker, 63 Pleasance 
Smith, Adam Gillies, C.A. 2 Nelson street 
Smith, Alexander, W.S. 18 York place 
Smith, Alexander, secretary to Edinburgh 

University, G Northumberland street 
Smith, Alex. M. teacher St Stephen s school— 

house, 7 St Vincent street 
Smith, Alex. William, teacher of singing, 12 

Antigua street 
Smith, Alex, tailor, 127 Rose street 
Smith, Alex, builder, Tanfield 
Smith, Alex, baker, 12 William st. 
Smith, Ale