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THE CORPORATION OF THE 

SCOTTISH PROVIDENT INSTITUTION 



ESTABLISHED 1837, 



The terms of this Society secure, as compared with other 

Offices, — A greatly Larger Original Assurance for the 

same Premium, with the prospect to good lives, (for 

whom eajclusively the whole Profits are reserved) of 

eventually receiving very considerable additions, 

, Thus, a Policy for £1200 or £1250 can at most ages be had, from the 
first, for the premium charged elsewhere for £1000 only. Policies for 
£1000 which have shared at three Septennial Investigations have 
already been increased to £1400, £1600, and even to £1800. 



Examples of Annual Premium to secure £100 at Death (with Profits) : 



Age 


25 


30 


35 


40 


45 


50 


Payable during Life 


£1 18 


£2 16 


£2 6 10 


£2 14 9 


£3 5 9 


£4 1 7 


Limited to 21 Years 


£2 12 6 


£'A 15 4 


£3 2 


£3 7 5 


£3 17 6 


£4 12 1 



Thus a person of 30 may secure £1000 at death, with Profits, for a 
yearly premium of £20 15s., which in the other Scottish Mutual Offices 
would assure £800 only. 

Or, if unwilling to burden himself with payments during the whole of 
his life, he may secure a policy for £1000, with prospect of additions from 
the profits, for a Premium of £27 13s 4d, limited to twenty-one payments, 
being nearly the same as most Offices require during the whole of life. 

^" Tables of Premiums^ to cease after 7, 14, or any other number of years, 
may be had on application. 

The New Assurances of last year were £621,574. The subsisting 
Assurances are now upwards of Six Millions. The Annual Income of 
1867 was £234,000. The Accumulated Fund, arising entirely from 
Premiums, was £1,365,365 — all invested in undoubted securities. 

REPORTS, and every information, may be obtained at the Head Office^ 6 
^S'^. Andrew Square., Edinburgh^ or from any of the Agents. 



AGENTS:— 
„ (JAMES STEWART, Solicitor, National Bank. 

Kilmarnock, |g]^ixH & WALLACE, Accountants. 

Ayr WILLIAM FLINT, Merchant. 



INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Instituted 1836. — Empowered hy Acts of Parliament. 
CHIEF offices: 

1 DALE STEEET, LIVEHPOOL, AND 7 CORNHILL, LONDON. 



SCOTTISH BOARD OFFICE : 

128 INGHAM STREET, GLAiSaOW. 



INVESTED FUNDS, ... £3,401,005. 

ANNUAL INCOME EXCEEDS, £1,250,000. 



DIRECTORS m SCOTLAND. 

Chairman— JAMES REID STEWART, Esq., Glasgow. 
JAMES J. GRIEYE, Esq., Greenock. 
ROBERT F. S. STEWART, Esq., Laggart. 
ANDREW BUCHANAN, Esq., of Auchentorlie. 
SWINTON BOULT, Esq., Managing Director. 

resident secretaries. 

Glasgow— D. STEWART, Esq. 

Medical Referee— ROBERT SCOTT ORR, Esq., M.D. 



FIRE INSURANCE. 

Insurances can be effected with the Company on property of every description, and 
in all parts of the world. 



THE AMUAL INCOME FROM THIS BRANCH EXCEEDS £836,000. 

LIFE ASSURANCE. 

Attention is especially invited to this Company's System of GUARANTEED 
BONUSES, by which is secured— 

1. Exemptions from Liability of Partnership under any possible circumstances. 

2. BONUS ADDITIONS which are not contingent on profits, but fixed and 
guaranteed by the whole resources of the Company. 

3. CLAIMS Paid in THIRTY DAYS after proof of Death. 
ANNUITIES are granted on extremely favourable terms. 
Prospectuses, with detailed rates, &c., will be had on application. 



Agents in Kilmarnock: 
JAMES STEWART, Solicitor, National Bank of Scotland. 
J. & W. THOMSON, Grain and Flour Merchants. 




POST OFFICE 

KILMARNOCK DIRECTORY 

:n'o:E^ ises, 

ARRANGED IN TWO DIVISIONS, 

GENERAL AND COMMERCIAL; 

TO WHICH IS ADDED, 

A DIEECTOEY OF THE NEIGHBOUEHOOD AND 
SUEEOUNDING TILLAGES, 

-V^ITH A. MA.P OF THE TO^VIST, 

Edited by JAMES DICKIE, 

Chief Clerk, Post Office. 



KILMARNOCK : 
PRINTED BY JAMES M'KIE, 2 KING STREET. 



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PRICE TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE, 






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PREFACE. 



The Publishers of the Post Office Kilmarnock Directory beg to 
apologise to their Subscribers, and the pubhc generally, for the consider- 
able delay which has taken place in its pubKcation. Regretting this delay, 
they beg to indulge the hope that the result of their labours will meet the 
want so long felt in Kilmarnock for a work of the kind, and may thus 
obtain the approval of their Subscribers and the commercial community 
of the town and neighbourhood. 

The Pubhshers have to express their thanks to all who have kindly 
furnished them with information. They are under special obligations to 
Mr. James Rose, Teacher, for his Historical Sketch of the Town; and 
to Mr. Charles Reid, Surveyor, for his valuable assistance in producing 
the Map. 

Post Office, Kilmarnock, 
11 th July, 1868, 



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MIES RECEIVED TOO LATE FOR INSERTION 

IN THEIR PROPER PLACES. 



Adams & Co., umbrella and millinery establishment, 34 King street. 
Aird, William, grocer and spirit dealer, 5 Low Glencairn street. 
Andrew, John, joiner and general jobber, 8 West Langlands street. 
Armour, James, secretary, amalgamated engineers, Dean street. 
Armour, Robert, letterpress printer, 17 Portland street. 
Arnot, Robert, salesman, Co-operative Store, 47 Portland street. 

Bruce, Mrs. James, mangier, Union street. 

Burgess, Wm., agent of the Ayrshire Temperance Union, Mill Lane Manse. 

Calderwood, Robert, general merchant, 14 Waterloo street. 

Carswell, Mrs., spirit merchant, 35 Portland street. 

Churcher, A., Supervisor, Inland Revenue, instead of Robert Young. 

See page 125. 
Craig, James, grocer, 42 King street. 

Dickie, James, & Co,, boot and shoemakers, 90 Portland street. 

Elder, Wm., plasterer, removed to 29 Waterside street. 

Faulds, Orr & Co., Scotch bonnet manufacturers, High street. 

Faulds, James (of Faulds, Orr & Co.), house, 30 Boyd street. 

Ferguson, Wm., Tourville Cottage, Dundonald road. 

Findlay, Andrew, currier, removed to Ladeside. 

Findlay, Hugh, manager, Hillhead Colhery. 

FuUerton, James, spirit dealer, removed to 11 Cheapside street. 

Gilmour, Robert, spirit merchant, Kadikoi Place. 

Green, Wilham, town missionary, removed to Witch road. 

Henry, Hugh, & Co., printers and pubhshers, " Kilmarnock Advertiser " 

office, Duke street. 
Hood, John, flesher, 11 Queen street. 

Inglis, John, carter, removed to Nelson street. 

Inghs, Wm., boot and shoe merchant, St. Marnock's street. 

Kirkwood, Thomas, cowfeeder, Waterside street. 

Lauder, John, spirit merchant, 2 North Hamilton street. 

Little, Peter, fruiterer, Duke street. 

Logan, Jas., agent for City of Glasgow Friendly Society, 37 Waterside st. 



VI NAMES TOO LATE FOR INSERTION IN THEIR PROPER PLACES. 

Loudoun, George, confectioner, removed to 6 Green street. 

Macglashan, Chas., accountant & commission agent; office, St. Marnock's 

street ; house, Dundonald road. 
Menzies, James, Portland terrace. 

Millar, Jasper, junr., boot and shoe maker, 21 Bentinck street. 
Mitchell, Mrs. James, mangier, Langlands street. 
Muir, John, pubhc carrier, 11 Titchfield street. 
M-Donald, Donald, & Co., cabinetmakers, College wynd. 
M'Gary, John, tailor and clothier, removed to 1 Cheapside street. 
M*Ilroy, Bernard, spirit merchant, 9 Strand street. 
M'Intyre, James, toy merchant, 71 King street. 
M'Kean, J., pattern designer. Green street. 
M'Kinlay, Walter, spirit merchant, 81 Titchfield street. 
M'Lenaghan, Rev. Andrew T., minister. Original Seceders ; house, 2 St. 

]\larnock's place. 
M'Manus, Charles, spirit merchant, 57 Fore street. 

Neil, John, smith, Dunlop street; house, 27 Croft street. 

Ogilvy, Mrs. Wm., tailoress, 19 Croft street. 
Osborne, James, junr., draper, 10 West George street. 

Paterson, Catherine, dressmaker, removed to 47 King street. 

Reid, John, baker, Kadikoi place. 

Reid, Mrs. James, mangier, 25 Dean street. 

Shanks, David, ham curer, Burnside, off West Shaw street. 

Smith, D., Treesbanks House, Riccarton. 

Stevenson, James, teacher, removed to Dundonald road. 

Syme, Rev. Joseph, minister, Wesleyan Methodists; house, Hill street. 

Tanner, John, jobbing smith, 18 Clerk's lane. 

Templeton, George (of J, Templeton & Son), house, 17 Portland street. 

Templeton, James, marble cutter, 73 Portland street; ho., 18 Park street. 

Welsh, Thomas, baker, 35 High street. 

Wilson, A., grocer and provision merchant, Titchfield street. 



Accountants — Carmichael, John, 24 King street. 

,, Macglashan, Charles, St. Marnock's street. 

Cork Cutters — Turner & Ewing, Mill lane. 



GENEEAL INDEX. 



I. Historical Sketch of the 

Town, - _ . - 9 

II. General Directory, - - 19 

III. Trades' Directory, - - 59 

IV. Surrounding District 
Directory, - - - - 75 

Beansburn and Neighbourhood, 75 

Craigie and Neighbourhood, - 75 
Crosshouse, Perceton Row, and 

Neighbourhood, - - - 76 

Dundonald and Neighbourhood, 77 

Fenwick and Neighbourhood, - 77 

Gatehead and Neighbourhood, - 79 

Galston and Neighbourhood, - 79 

Hurlford and Neighbourhood, - 82 

Kilmaurs and Neighbourhood, - 83 

Newmilns and Neighbourhood, - 84 

Kiccarton and Neighbourhood, - 87 

Stewarton and Neighbourhood, - 88 

Symington and Neighbourhood, 92 

Tarbolton and Neighbourhood, - 93 
v. List op Places in the Rural 
Post Delivery of Kilmar- 
nock, showing how Letters 

should be Addressed, - - 97 

VI. APPENDIX. 

I. Postal Information, - - 117 

II, Local Institutions, &o., - 122 
Abstainers' Union, - - - 131 
Athenaeum, - - _ _ 126 
Ayrshire Temperance Union, - 131 
Banks, - - - - - 1^9 
Billiard Rooms, - - - 128 
Bowling Clubs, - - - 127 
Building & Investment Society, 129 
Burns's Club, - - - - 132 
Carriers' Quarters, - - - 141 
Coaches, - - - - - 140 
Commissioners of Police, - - 122 
Corn Exchange Company, - 127 
County Constabulary, - - 122 
Cricket Clubs, - - - - 128 



Curling Clubs, . . - _ 
Exchange Company, 
Farmers' Club, - - _ - 
Fire Brigade, - _ . _ 
Friendly Societies, * - . - 
Gas Company, - - _ _ 
Gentlemen's Residences, 
Glasgow and S.-W. Railway, 
Horticultural and Floricultural 
Society, - - - _ _ 
Justices of the Peace, - - - 
Kilmarnock Library, - - - 
Ladies' Association for the advance- 
ment of Female Education in 
India, - _ _ _ _ 
Literary Society, _ - - - 
Magistrates and Town Council, - 
Market Days, &c., - - - 
Masonic Lodges, - - - - 
Newspaper, - - . . _ 
Notaries Public, - - - - 
Office of Inland Revenue, 
Parochial Board, - - - . 
Philharmonic Society, - 
Philosophical Institution, 
Places of Worship, - _ _ 
Post Office Savings Bank, 
Procurators, - . _ _ 
Property and Income Tax, - 
Ragged and Industrial School, 
Reading Room, - - - - 
Registrar's Office, - . _ 
Road Trustees for Kilmarnock 

District, - - - . . 
Sabbath School Union, 

Sanitary Officers, - - - - 

Savings Bank, _ _ . _ 
Session Clerk's Office, - - 

Sheriflf Court, _ . _ _ 
Table of Dues and Customs, - 
Total Abstinence Society, 

Tract Society, - _ > _ 

Trustees for the Improvement of 
Kilmarnock, - - - . - 

Volunteer Force, - _ _ 

Water Company, - - - - 



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ADVERTISEIMCKNTS , 



HISTORICAL SKETCH OF KILMARNOCK. 



A SHORT sketch of the town, considered in the past and present, is 
necessary, to some extent, as an introduction to a Directory. This we 
intend to give. Besides, the Directory is intended to serve as a guide to 
strangers visiting the locahty : hence the need of something beyond a few 
bare introductory words. 

The early history of Kilmarnock, like that of many other large towns, 
is largely hidden in the mists of time. Not having had anything of special 
moment in connection with itself, there are no authentic public documents 
on which to fall back for information, nor were the local and special 
matters connected or associated with the town of more prominent interest. 
Consequently, the accounts we have of the early position and condition of 
Kilmarnock are meagre. Even tradition furnishes us with scant materials. 

The origin of the town is by all writers traced to the presence in the 
locality of a holy man named Mernock or Marnock. To such, or to the 
presence of a strong feudal residence in the vicinity, is to be traced the 
beginning of the majority of our large inland places. In the days when 
might, more than now, made right, the shelter of the monastery, the abbey, 
or the castle, was the first nucleus of the hamlet, village, town, or city. 
The priest was often found a better landlord and a better safeguard than 
the nobleman, and so, people were naturally drawn to where the priests 
had fixed their residence. Hence we may suppose, that the origin of 
Kilmarnock was the cell or chapel of the priest or missionary Mernock. 
By and bye, there would be added the dwelhngs of the vassals attached to 
the baronial residence of the Lockharts, or the Boyds. The latter, how- 
ever, would have far less influence than the former, and accordingly the 
major part of the writers on this subject attribute the origin of the town 
exclusively to the cell, or burial place of St. Marnock. 



X HISTORICAL SKETCH 

It is difficult to fix the date of the life, death, or burial of this saint. 
He is affirmed to have been a bishop, priest, or minister in the early part of 
the fourth century. Originally the parish included Fenwick district, the 
which was disjoined and converted into a separate parish in 1641. Pre- 
vious to this date, the patronage was transferred from Archbishop 
Spottiswood to Robert Boyd, the ancestor of the Kilmarnock family. It 
passed from that family to the Grlencairns, and ultimately was bought by 
Miss Scott, who became Duchess of Portland, and in whose descendants 
it presently remains. The parish, of which the town is the centre, is about 
9 miles long and from 4 to 5 in breadth ; its superficial area is reckoned 
at 8340 acres. It is drained principally by the Kilmarnock river ; is 
generally flat, with a gentle slope to the south. The land is, by good 
authorities, reckoned strong and fertile. The greater part is arable, and 
in few places in Scotland has greater progress been made in agricultural 
pursuits than in this district. The principal land owners are the Duke of 
Portland, the Marquis of Bute, Craufurd of Craufurdland, Wbit,e of 
Grougar, and Dunlop of Annanhill. 

But to return to the town. Assuming that the chapel of St. Marnock 
was the nucleus, we might naturally expect to find the older parts of the 
town to radiate from it or cluster near it. Of the ancient church or chapel, 
only the steeple remains. The date on this is 1410, inscribed from a supposed 
old date over one of the doors. That the original edifice and church- 
yard could not be far from this, may be inferred from the fact that lately, 
while some excavations were being made in Bank Street, a pretty large 
collection of human bones was found, a presumptive evidence of an 
ancient place of interment. Near the church we find the College Wynd, a 
name given, it is supposed, from the existence of an ecclesiastical place of 
tuition, and which other traditions or faint recollections seem to verify. 
Any one who has examined the interior of the houses in Strand, must have 
noticed the remains of former greatness and elegance. This, from its 
proximity to the College Wynd, would be a very early part of the town. 
Again, on the other side of the church we have Nelson Street, either as 
associated with the chapel, or as a pendicle to Kilmarnock House. That 
this part of the town is of old date, is almost proved by the discovery, a 
few years ago, of a carved image or angel, in one of the houses in Nelson 
Street, and which is now in the possession of our worthy registrar, Mr. 
J. S. Gregory. But, probably, Cheapside was older than Nelson Street, 
as in it was the old Town House and Tolbooth. It is known too that the 
old corn mill of the town was near the centre of our present Cross, and 
there would be some houses near it or connected with it. The description 
of the town by Pont, in 1609, is — "A large village, and of grate repaire. 

. . . . It hath a purty church, from vich ye village, castell, and 
lordschipe takes its name." Then there was a strip of houses across the 
Cross at the head of King Street; another of nearly equal size at the foot 
of Portland Street, and which is supposed to have formed part of Croft 



OF KILMARNOCK. XI 

Street. The long line of passage known as Fore Street, Soulis Street, and 
High Street, is of very old date, and at the end of last century and 
beginning of this, formed the principal thoroughfare of the town, and the 
residences of our local aristocracy. There are evidences that this was 
intended to be the leading road to the Dean, the residence of the Lord of 
the Manor. But from various circumstances, most likely the misfortunes 
which overtook the family immediately before the revolution of 1745, this 
and other improvements in the upper part of the town were departed from 
and never executed. Boyd Street and Back Street are also very old parts 
of the town. One most noticable feature about Kilmarnock in these early 
times was its enormous length compared with its breadth. And this remains 
visible at the present day, notwithstanding all the additions and improve- 
ments made on it both eastward and westward. 

As few, if any of the younger portion of the community have any con- 
ception of what " Auld Killie" was like, we shall give a rough pen and ink 
sketcl 3f it during the last century, and even as late as the beginning of 
the present one. Possibly a more irregular, zigzag, and unprepossessing 
assemblage of houses could hardly be conceived of as forming a town. 
There was not only irregularity, but there were encumbrances. The houses 
were low, ill-built, and thatched. Coming from Glasgow, the road wound 
like the letter S almost from above Beansburn to the head of Dean Lane. 
It skirted the east side of Dean Street on the brow of the hill overlooking 
the Townholm. The old toll house is still standing at the top of the lane. 
Passing down this steep declivity, the road reached the head of High 
Street. Thence the way was open till where Fore Street debouches on 
the Cross. Here it abruptly turned in the direction of Cheapside, thence 
across the Old Bridge, and along Sandbed, where on certain days j(m 
might see the country farmers in the kitchen or spence of the houses dis^^- 
ing of their wool. From Sandbed to Nethertonholm the road was neither 
good nor straight. Taking the other course from the Cross, the way was 
by Waterloo Street, across the Flesh Market Bridge, and up the nearly 
preciptious ascent of Tankardha' Brae. The parish school was in Green 
Street, where our worthy superintendent of pohce, Mr Gait, now resides. 

Passing from the town to the people and their occupations, we find some 
curious remains of these by gone days. About three hundred years since 
the population did not, in all probability, amount to more than one 
thousand. The leading surnames then were much the same as now. The 
records show that Brown, Smith, Boyd, Paton, Adam, Wyhe, Crooks, 
Wallace, and Tannahill, were leading names. About a couple of centuries 
ago the population would be fully two thousand; and a hundred years 
since it was barely five thousand. The occupations of the ancient Kilmar- 
nock folk were considerably akin to those of the present day. Woollen 
manufactures of various kinds, bonnet making, and iron working, 
glove making, tanning, and shoemaking, were the principal arts practised 



Xll HISTORICAL SKETCH 

by our forefathers. Cutlery is spoken of, probably obtained from Kilmaurs, 
and this, though extinct, has been supplanted by its kindred occupation of 
engineering. Kilmarnock bonnets and night caps were long proverbial, 
and are not yet supplanted. About thirty or forty years ago glove making 
ceased to be carried on here, but the skin trade is still pretty vigorously 
prosecuted. The progress in population within the last hundred years is 
somewhat extraordinary. In 1763, it was nearly 5000 ; in 1792, 6776 ; 
in 1801, 8079 ; in 1811, 10,148 ; in 1821, 12,769 ; in 1831, 18,093 ; in 
1841, 19,956 ; in 1851, 21,283 ; in 1861, 23,551 ; and at present it is 
estimated at 25,000. Thus Kilmarnock has quintupled itself in the last 
century. 

The town is singularly barren in antiquarian remains. Recent im- 
provements have taken away some of the older portions of the town or 
changed them so much that they are now barely recognisable. Aged 
inhabitants speak of the old tolbooth and the jugs as antique in style, 
though far from imposing in appearance. The oldest structure in the 
town, so far as we know, is the Low Church Steeple. Its date, as we 
have already remarked, is 1410. There can be little doubt of its antiquity ; 
some years ago it was outwardly amended and otherwise improved. A 
few vandals, for we can hardly call them anything else, proposed its re- 
moval. It is true there is Kttle architectural beauty about the steeple, but 
its very antiquity ought to speak in behalf of its preservation. Another 
memento of olden time is Soulis Cross at the head of Soulis Street. Age 
and exposure had so disfigured the original that it was removed, and the 
present erected in a niche in the wall. The inscription is, "To the memory 
of Lord Soulis, A.D. 1444. Erected by subscription in 1825. 'The 
days of old to mind I call.'" Tradition has it that the monument was 
erected to mark the place where one of the Souhs family fell, shot by an 
arrow from the bow of Boyd, Lord of Kilmarnock. The Meal Market, a 
few yards further on in the same line of street, is an old building. The 
only other place of note is Kihnarnock House, the town residence of the 
superior. Before St. Marnock Street was formed the situation of the 
house was pleasant and beautiful. It was unfinished at the death of the 
last Earl, and has passed through various changes. Presently it is 
occupied by the Kihnarnock Industrial School, and the offices of the In- 
spector of the Poor. 

Like all dependencies of feudal lords, Kilmarnock was governed solely by 
the will of the manor lord. In 1591 it was erected a burgh of barony. 
Another charter was granted at the close of the 17th century, and by it 
the town was ruled till the passing of the Reform Bill. It was then made 
a Parhamentary burgh, a portion of the parish of Riccarton being included 
in it. In conjunction with Renfrew, Port-dlasgow, Dumbarton, and Ruther- 
glen, it returns a member to Parliament, Kilmarnock being the returning burgh. 
At the present time an effort is being made to get a member for the town 



OF KILMAKNOCK. XUl 

apart from the other burghs. The first member was Captain John Dunlop 
of Dunlop. The present member is the Hon. E. P. Bouverie, who has sat 
for the district upwards of twenty years. The present constituency 
numbers 730, which will be increased to 4000 on the passing of the new 
Reform Act. Information regarding the civil government of the town 
will be found in the appendix. 

We have already referred to the rapid increase of the population during 
the last century. This has arisen from the increase of business and 
extension of manufactures. Doubtless not a little of the increase is due to 
the rich mineral wealth of the locality. The development of the coal 
traffic, duruig the memory of even a moderately young person, has been 
enormous. Coal has long been worked in the neighbourhood, but chiefly 
within the last forty or fifty years. The making of the old Tram Road 
gave an impetus to the trade by increasing the facilities for shipment at 
Troon. This was among the oldest, if not the oldest railway in Scotland. 
The Duke of Portland, the old DuJce^ as he was familiarly called, fostered 
the extension of the coal trade. Presently, Messrs Finnic, Galloway, 
Gilmour & Co., Sturrock, Yates, Craig, and others, are the principal coal- 
masters. Brick and tile making have long been carried on at Moorfield, 
by Mr Taylor's family, while of late, the manufacture of fire-clay bricks, 
tiles, pipes, and other things of that nature, has been extensively entered 
into at the Dean, Perceton, and Hillhead, by the Messrs Craig. The 
enlargement of the coal trade has caused numerous groups of houses 
to be erected in the vicinity : this, coupled with the Portland Iron Works, 
at Hurlford, has materially aided the wealth of the town and district. 
The trade of the town has, though changeable, been steadily on the 
increase. As one branch decayed another sprang up or increased. Carpets 
are extensively manufactured in the town. The inventions of tlie late 
Thomas Morton, Esq., largely benefitted this branch of manufacture. 
Messrs Gregory, Thomson & Co., Wilson & Son, Cuthbertson & Taylor, 
Brown & M'Laren, and Blackwood Brothers, are the leading business 
men in this trade. Tanning and skinning were formerly more extensive 
than now. We remember four tan works, and five or six skin works. 
Presently there is only one large tan work, that of Crooks Brothers. 
Curriers have also decreased, but the trade is still fairly represented by the 
Messrs Crooks and Armour. Cahco printing was, not many years ago, a 
staple trade of the town, but it has nearly died away. At Irvine Bank, 
and Low Glencairn Street, it is still carried on, but only to a very limited 
extent. Shoemaking, wholesale and for exportation, is prosecuted by the 
firm of Messrs A. L. Clark & Co., besides many smaller manufacturers. 
Light weaving has nearly disappeared, while Yenetian and Zebra work has 
to some extent taken its place. In so far as we know, harness weaving 
has also left the town. We must not forget the manufacture of Kilmar- 
nock caps, for which our forbears were so famous. The trade affords 
work to hundreds of females, though the ease with which the knitting is 



XIV HISTORICAL SKETCH 

learned has told sadly against the educational progress of girls employed 
thereat. Messrs Ritchie & Co., Laughland, Douglas, Reyburn & Co., Creel- 
man, Suiter, and others, are the principal makers of this portion of male attire. 
At the present moment the iron trade is the leading trade of the town. 
The principal places where this labour is carried on are the Railway Works, 
at Bonnieton Square ; Messrs A. Barclay, Caledonian Foundry ; T. 
M'Culloch, Yulcan Foundry ; and A. Finnic & Son, Kilmarnock Foundry. 
These works alone give employment to upwards of one thousand adults. 
Besides these, there are Messrs Robertson's, and Caldwell's, Townholm, and 
two works in the lower part of the town. A water meter work has been 
lately added to our mechanical branches of labour; while the extensive 
power-loom factory of Messrs T. & J. Ferguson, West Netherton, helps 
to swallow a large section of female labour. So great has been the change 
brought about by these trades that the value of property has been nearly 
doubled within the last eight years. It now amounts to £48,400. 

The change on the external appearance of Kilmarnock since this century 
commenced has been marvellous. The past thirty years, or fully that, have 
so altered the topographical look of it as to make it a new town. The 
beginning of these great changes in external appearances was in 1804, 
when King Street was opened up and the new bridge built. About the 
same time Portland Street and Welhngton Street were formed, and thus a 
new back bone was given to the town. About thirty years thereafter 
Robertson Place and St. Marnock Street were formed. The latter, with 
Portland Terrace, was a great improvement. The culminating points of 
alteration were the formation of Duke Street, in 1859, and John Finnic 
Street, in 1865. Between these was the opening of Union Street, con- 
necting High Street and Portland Street. Other great improvements are 
in contemplation. 

There are several very handsome pubHc buildings in Kilmarnock. 
Among them we may mention the Town Buildings, erected on the new 
bridge in 1805; the Tontine, in 1815; the Court-House, in 1852; and 
the Corn Exchange, in 1862. The last named is not exceeded by any 
building in the shire. It was built by a company at the cost of £6000. 
The Albert Tower, a monument to the late Prince Consort, is a very 
beautiful portion of the building, and was erected by subscription. The 
new Fever Hospital, in Welhngton Street, will soon be finished, and add 
to the beauty of the town. The greater part of the churches and banks in 
the town are handsome and elegant in structure. Many fine villas have 
lately been erected in London Road, Portland Road, Grange Terrace, and 
Dundonald Road. The principal streets are spacious, with handsome 
shops, and in excellent repair. 

The town is well supphed with churches and schools. Information 
regarding these will be found in the appendix. There are in all 21 schools 
in Kilmarnock, taught by 31 principal teachers, 22 assistants, and 14 pupil 



OF KILMARNOCK. XV 

teacliers. The number of children on the roll of these schools was very 
lately estimated at 3185, the average attendance at 2742, and accommoda- 
tion for 3717. Six of the schools are under Government inspection. 

Kilmarnock has been famed for its literary character. A long hst of 
respectable names in the world of letters could easily be made out. It has 
attained pre-eminence from one occurrence, to wit, the publication, by John 
Wilson, of the first edition of the immortal poems of Robert Burns, in July, 
1786. Were there nothing else than this to mention, it would suffice to keep 
the name and fame of " Kilhe " ever green. Burns had not a few friends 
in this town, and the first edition was well patronised here. Eighty years 
afterwards, a beautiful fac-simile of the edition was brought out by Mr 
James M'Kie, King Street. This has eUcited the warmest encomiums from 
all who have seen it. At present there are of literary institutions, the 
Kilmarnock Library, the Philosophical Institution, the Athenaeum, and the 
Reading Room. The first three of these are now amalgamated. The fine 
large room where the united library is kept, is the most elegant in town. The 
Kilmarnock Library will, in time, come to vie in extent and worth with 
any in the kingdom ; a legacy of upwards of £100 annually having fallen 
in to it from the estate of the late Robert Crawford, Esq., Bookseller, for 
the purchase of new books. The town can only boast of one statue, that 
of Sir James Shaw, Bart., executed by the late James Fillans, Esq. It is 
of marble, about 16 feet in total height, and is placed in the centre of the 
Cross. It was inaugurated in 1848 with masonic honours, and represents 
the Baronet in his robes as Lord Mayor of London. The intimate con- 
nection of Sir James with this locality, liis numerous acts of kindness and 
charity, and the interest he took in the general welfare of the town and its 
inhabitants were the causes why his statue occupies so prominent a position 
in Kilmarnock. 

A few events of more than ordinary importance have occurred in Kil- 
marnock since the beginning of this century. These we will now shortly 
, sketch. Early in the year 1800 a serious fire broke out in the lower part 
of the town, now known as Low Glencairn Street. It spread with great 
rapidity, and raged with such fury that few persons had the courage to 
pass down the street. The weather had been dry for some weeks, the 
thatch was as tinder, a strong wind blew, and both sides of the Holm were 
in flames. Fortunately it happened during the day, otherwise, the loss of 
life might have been great. The progress of the fire was ultimately 
stopped by cutting away the roofs of some houses beyond the reach of the 
flames. As it was, above thirty houses were consumed, among which was 
the Holm School, then lately erected. Little was saved from the fire, as it 
spread quickly, and the energies of the inhabitants were almost paralysed. 
A subscription was immediately set afoot, and a considerable sum raised 
for the benefit of the sufferers. 



XVI HISTOEICAL SKETCH 

In the year following a more remarkable and calamitous event occurred 
in connection with the Low Church. The late Dr. M'Kinlay was then in 
the flower of his popularity, and the church was always crowded on the 
day he preached. On the afternoon of Sabbath, October 18th, 1801, a 
cry was raised, as the Dr. was about to enter the church, that the build- 
ing was falHng. A sudden panic seized the people, and a rush was made 
for the doors. Those in the lower part had a better opportunity than the 
others, but this was hindered by the fall of the railing of the stairs leading 
from the galleries. The scene that followed is described as being terrible. 
The strong trampled down the weak, the powerful ruthlessly thrust aside 
the feeble, a huge mass of Hving and dying beings was soon gathered in 
inextricable confusion, and there seemed no limit to the terror that 
enwrapped all. When something like calmness had been restored, and the 
coagulated heap of beings loosened, it was found that 29 had died; 
1 died shortly after, and about 80 were injured to a greater or less extent. 
ISFo real cause for the panic was ever discovered ; a piece of plaster falling 
from the roof being the only feasible explanation. The church was 
replaced by the present erection. 

In 1825 another serious fire broke out in the Back Causeway, and which 
was long remembered. It began in the stables belonging to the Angel 
Inn, and was first discovered by James Grilmour, a well-known character 
of the present day. It caused the death of three individuals, whose 
calcined remains were found after the conflagration was over. 

The latest and most notable of these calamitous events was the flood in 
1852. The recollection of this terrible outburst of water must still be 
fresh in the memory of very many. It was in July, and the weather had 
been sultry and fiery. The evening of the preceding day was remarkable 
for the phenomena seen at sunset. A storm was portended. It broke out 
about midnight, and increased in intensity till between two and three 
o'clock, morning. The lightning was most vivid. The peals of thunder 
were like the firing of parks of artillery. The rain fell in torrents. The 
river began to rise. Onwards and upwards it swelled, till it became a very 
flood indeed. The full details of its extent and magnificence of the mighty 
river, and damage done, would take much more space than can be spared 
in this sketch, suffice it that it swept along King Street, Sandbed Street, 
and the Holm, with the strength and rapidity of a torrent, doing great 
injury to all the houses and shops in the route. To add to the general 
terror, a huge bofler from Mr. Donald's work, Townholm, was carried 
down the torrent, swimming hke a cork. A most melancholy portion of 
the affair was the drowning of a carter named Bruce, at Mr. Cuthbertson's 
property, Townhead. In attempting to save one of the horses in the stable 
he was carried down the stream. For about two hours, from four to six, 
the waters were at their height. Afterwards they gradually fell, and then 
people began to reckon the loss they had sustained. It was estimated 
that the total value of the property destroyed within the town was at 
least £15,000. 



OF KU.MARNOCK. XVll 

Kilmarnock has near it, or not far from it, a few remains of ancient 
seats. Foremost among these is The Dean, the seat of the Boyds. This 
ruin is finely situated close to the junction of the Borland and Kilmarnock 
streams, and when complete must have formed a striking feature in the 
landscape. It is composed of two parts, an ancient and a modern. The 
former consists of a rather lofty tower, of considerable strength, with loop- 
holes, battlements, and turrets, for "watch and ward." In far back 
times it must have been the " keep '' of the family, and with a moat, 
would be found all but impregnable. The latter is chiefly composed of 
a noble hall, on the second story, with other rooms, and is possessed of 
no small beauty of form. The castle had, originally, large gardens 
attached to it, but these, like its owners, have passed away. The build- 
ing was destroyed by fire about a hundred and fifty years ago, and has 
since gradually gone to decay. As it is, it is a venerable ruin, and com- 
mands the attention and respect of every one who sees it. A few years 
ago, the Duke of Portland very wisely put some repairs on it, to preserve 
it from utterly crumbling away. At the village of Knockintiber is 
Busby Castle, a ruin not unlike the more ancient part of the Dean. Little 
is known of this place, but it must have been a building of considerable 
strength. Fully two miles from the town, and most romantically situated 
on the Carmel, is Rowallan Castle. This consists of an older and more 
recent portion. The former is a strong, thickly built tower, nearly gone. 
The latter is a fine specimen of a baronial residence, and has still some 
portions of it in good repair. The tower is evidently of great age, and 
would have been capable of stout resistance to a beleaguering force. This 
place is chiefly famous as being the birth place of Elizabeth Mure, first 
wife of the second Robert of Scotland. It merged, by marriage, into the 
Hastings' family. Another ancient seat is that of Craufurdland Castle, 
about three miles from Kilmarnock, on Craufurdland water. One portion 
of this is stated to be of great antiquity. This family is descended from 
the Howiesons, famous in the story of the " Gudeman of Ballangeich." 
Five miles from Kilmarnock is Dundonald Castle, finely situated on a 
rocky eminence, at the village of that name. It is a large, squarely built, 
massive ruin, commanding a beautiful view of the country, and the Frith 
of Clyde. In days of yore, when the bow and arrow were the principal 
weapons of attack, this castle must have been one of great strength. 
Whether its security or its beautiful site were the enticements is not 
known, but it seems to have been a favourite residence of Robert second, 
as Lord of Kyle. He is said to have died there. Few objects are more 
conspicuous in the district than this ruin. A list of the more modern 
residences of country gentlemen will be found in the appendix. Many 
of them are well worth a short pilgrimage to visit. The families who 
reside in them are all more or less connected with the town, and take a 
greater or less degree of interest in its prosperity. 



KILMARNOCK DIRECTORY. 



A. 

ACKLES, Mrs. Thomas, grocer and spirit dealer, 2 Soulis street'. 

ADAM, Andrew, proprietor, Dundonaid road. 

Adam, James, baker, Queen street. 

Adam, Thomas, gutta percha warehouse, 101 King street. 

Adam, Mrs. Andrew, 99 King street. 

Adam, Miss, Maurs Hill, Hill street. 

Adams, James, umbrella manufacturer, 34 King street. 

Adams, Robert, spirit merchant, College wynd. 

Adams, Thomas, Margaret Hill Cottage, Dean street. 

ADAMSON, Alex., millinery and straw bonnet establishment, 47 King 

street ; house, Rosefield Cottage, Thomson street. 
AGNEW, Robert, clothier, 24 Bank street. 

Agnew, Mrs. Robert, commercial lodging-house keeper, 28 Fore street. 
AIRD, Alexander, confectioner and pastry baker, 53 King street; house, 6 

South Hamilton street. 
Aird, Charles, confectioner and pastry baker, Victoria place. King street^ 

and 54 Portland street; house, 18 South Hamilton street. 
Aird, Charles, tailor, 32 Boyd street. 
Aird, David, hostler, George Hotel, Portland street. 
Aird, Thomas, foreman tanner, 10 Boyd street. 
Aird, Mrs. David, milliner, George Buildings, 80 Portland street. 
Aird, Jean, milliner and dressmaker, 81 Portland street. 
Aird, Marion Paul, authoress, Kadikoi Buildings, North Hamilton street. 
AITKEN, Adam, carpet weaver, S6 Portland street. 
Aitken, A. & J., drapers, 27 Portland street. 
Aitken, Andrew (of A. & J. Aitken), house, Sunnybank Cottage, Portland 

terrace. 
Aitken, James, M.D., 59 Portland street. 
Aitken, Rev. James, minister of High Church (Estabhshed), house, 

Wellington street. 
Aitken, John (of A. & J. Aitken), house, North Hamilton street. 
Aitken, Robert, badge porter. Railway Station. 
Aitken, William, gas surveyor, Bentinck street. 

Aitken, William, M.R.C., veterinary surgeon, Y.S. A.Y.C., Mill lane. 
Aitken, Mrs. Alexander, tea dealer and coal agent, 2 East George street. 



20 AITKEN GENERAL DIRECTORY. ARBUCKLE. 

Aitken, Mrs. Andrew, sen., 4 Langlands brae. 
Aitken, Mary, dressmaker, 86 Portland street. 
ALEXANDER, A., & Sons, cabinetmakers, stair railers, and upholsterers, 

Mill lane. 
Alexander, Alex, (of A. Alexander & Sons), house, 3 St. Marnock st. 
Alexander, David, grain merchant, 61 King street; ho., 10 Portland terrace. 
Alexander, John, baker and grain merchant, 106 King street. 
Alexander, Wilham, flesher, 37 High Glencairn street. 
Alexander, Wilham, dyer and cleaner, 112 King street; house, 17 

Titchfield street. 
Alexander, Wilham, cowfeeder, 33 Hih street. 
Allanhill, establishment for board and education of young ladies, 

London road ; Misses Grant. 
ALLAN, James, draper, 5 Morris place, King street ; ho., 9 Buchanan st. 
Allan, Wilham, victualler and spirit dealer, Market lane, off King street. 
Allan, Marion, grocer, 19 High street. 
ANDERSON, Andrew, wine and spirit merchant, Market Inn, Duke 

street, and corner of Green street. 
Anderson, Gavin (of John Gilmour & Coy., coalmasters), house, 25 

Portland road. 
Anderson, George, clerk at Gregory, Thomson's & Co., Green street ; ho., 

3 Langlands street. 
Anderson, James, accountant, 1 St. Marnock place; house, Carthgale, 

Hill street. 
Anderson, J. & N., grain merchants, 5 and 7 Cheapside. 
Anderson, Matthew, spirit merchant. Guard lane, off King street ; house, 

Ivy Cottage, South Hamilton street. 
Anderson, Ninian (of J. & N. Anderson), house, Janefield Cottage, 

Buchanan street. 
Anderson, Peter, teacher. Free School ; house, Dundonald road. 
Anderson, William, painter, 44 King street. 
Anderson, Mrs. Thomas, grocer, 36 High street. 

ANDREW, Alexander, joiner, 9 East George street; house, 8 Hill street. 
Andrew, Alexander, foreman gardener, Dundonald road. 
Andrew, Allan, cashier, Caledonian Foundry; house, Woodstock Cottage, 

North Hamilton street. 
Andrew, John, miller, Glencairn Mills, Low Glencairn street. 
Andrew, Wilham, hair- cutter, 88 King street. 
ANDREWS, D. R. & T. B., Solicitors, 38 Portland street. 
Andrews, Thomas Bishop (of D. R. & T. B. Andrews), Braehead House. 
Angel Inn, Market lane, off King street ; Hugh Gemmell. 
ANGUS, Robert, wood carver, Water lane, off King street; house, 16 

North Hamilton street. 
ARBUCKLE, James, butcher, 16 and 18 Duke street; house, Bellevue, 

London road. 



ARBUCKLE. GENERAL DIRECTORY. AYRSHIRE. 21 

Arbnckle, John, baker, 69 King street. 

Arbuckle, Matthew, tea, wine, and spirit merchant, " 2 Portland street ; 

house, Annbank, London road, 
Arbuckle, Robert, baker, 14 Bank street. 
Arbuckle, Robert, cork cutter, 20 Waterloo street. 
ARMOUR, James, painter, gilder, and paper hanger, 107 King street ; 

house, 109 King street. 
Armour, James, & Coy., Scotch bonnet manufacturers, 3 Garden street. 
Armour, James (of James Armour & Coy.), house, 86 Portland street. 
Armour, James, spirit dealer, corner of Croft and Strand streets. 
Armour, John, clerk to John Dykes & Son ; house, Hill street. 
Armour, John, currier and leather merchant, 8 Menford lane, off High 

street; house, 28 Wellington street. 
Armour, John, jun., painter, 16 West George street; house, 28 

WelHngton street. 
Armour, Peter, bookbinder and stationer, 45 Bank street. 
Armour, Robert, grocer, and jobbing gardener, and keeper of Portland 

Bowhng Green, 94 Portland street. 
Armour, Robert, grocer, 9 West Netherton street. 
Armour, Robert, carter, 24 High street. 

Armour, Stewart, cooper, 71 Portland street ; house. Witch road. 
Armour, William (of James Armour & Coy.), house, 25 Croft street. 
Armour, Mrs. John, grocer, 75 Titchfield street. 
Armour, Miss, 29 Portland road. 
ARMSTRONG, Charles, & Son, hat and cap manufacturers, 20 Portland 

street, and Victoria place. King street. 
Armstrong, Charles, Thrush Grove, Dundonald road. 
Armstrong, James, boot and shoe merchant, 40 King street. 
Armstrong, John (of Charles Armstrong & Son), house. Witch road.. 
ARTHUR, George, draper, 24 King street. 
Arthur, Matthew, dealer in horses, 31 Bank street. 
Arthur, Mrs., spirit dealer, 22 Duke street ; house. High street. 
Athen^^um, Corn Exchange Buildings, Green street. 
AULD, Adam, currier, 33 High street ; house, 92 Portland street. 
Auld, Hugh, boot and shoe manufacturer, 30 Bank street. 
Auld, J. & J. builders, Kirktonholm street. 
Auld, James (of J. & J. Auld), Kirktonholm street. 
Auld, John (of J. & J. Auld), Kirktonholm street. 
Auld, John, railway guard, 9 Langlands street. 
Auld, John, stamper. Post Office, Grange street. 
Auld, Robert, spirit dealer. Grange street. 
Ayrshire Biscuit Factory, Hill street. 

Ayrshire United Co-operative Societies Baking Association (Limited)^ 
works, Sandbed street ; registered office, 9 Portland street. 



22 BADGER. GENERAL DIRECTORY. ^BLACK. 

BADGER, George, china and. earthenware dealer, 6 Titchfield street. 
BAILLIE and Barclay, drapers and clothiers, 26 Duke street. 
Baillie, John, 7 Langlands brae. 
BAIN, George Young, Drapers' Assistant, 48 Kmg street ; house, 3 St. 

Marnock street. 
Bain, Matthew, spirit dealer, 4 Glencairn square. 
Bain, Robert, 2 St. Marnock street. 
Bain, Janet, dressmaker, 4 Glencairn square. 

Bain, Robina, milliner and straw hat maker, 61 Low Glencairn street. 
BAIRD Hugh, proprietor, 10 Fore street. 

Baird, John (of James Donald & Co.), house. Green House, Green street. 
Baird, Mrs. Thomas, draper, 4 Duke street ; house 15 Princes street. 
BALLANTINE, John, shopman. Waterside street. 
BANKHEAD, Hugh, spirit dealer, 2 Union street. 
Bankhead, Miss, dressmaker, 19 Bank street. 

Bank of Scotland, branch office, 39 Portland street; Adam Co wie, agent. 
BANKS, Rev. James, minister, U.P. Holm Mission Church ; house, 57 

Low Glencairn street. 
BARBOUR, Thomas, Portland Forge Coy.; house, 32 Park street. 
BARCLAY, Andrew, Engineer, Caledonian Foundry, North Hamilton 

street ; house. Grange Holm, Portland terrace. 
Barclay, Andrew, baker, 8 Waterloo street. 
Barclay, John, engineer, manager Caledonian Foundry; house. North 

Hamilton street. 
Barclay, Wilham (of BailHe & Barclay), house, 16 Clark terrace. 
BARR, James, engineer, Glenfield Foundry, East Shaw street. 
BARRATT, J., professor of music, Mrs. Dunlop's, 13 Queen street. 
BATHGATE, Rev. William, minister, E.U. Church, Wuiton place; house, 

Dundonald road. 
BEGG, John, post runner to Rowallan, 1 Robertson place. 
BELL, James, grocer, 13 Low Glencairn street. 

BENNET, E. & M., milliners, straw hat and dress makers, Bentinck st. 
BENZIE, Wilham, clothier's assistant. Princes street. 
BICKET, John, & Son, plumbers, brass founders, and gas engineers, 92 

Kuig street. 
Bicket, John, Portland terrace. 
Bicket & Son, jomers, 2 Langlands brae. 
Bicket, John (of Bicket & Son), 2 Langlands brae. 
Bicket, Thomas (of John Bicket & Son), house. Princes street. 
Billiard Boom, 18 West George street. 
Billiard Room, Queen street. 
BisHOPFiELD Printworks, High street. 
Black Bull Hotel, 16 Portland street ; Adam M'Murtrie. 



BLACK. GENERAL DIRECTORY.^-BOYD. 23 

BLA.CK, Francis M., teacher, School of Art, Corn Exchange Buildings, 

Green street ; house, Gardener's Cottage, Park lane. 
Black, George, gardener. Dean lane. 
Black, James, Tankardha' Gardens, Braeside. 
BLACKWOOD Brothers, carpet and rug manufacturers, Menford lane, 

off High street. 
Blackwood, James (of Blackwood Brothers), house, Fortacre Cottage, 

Witch road. 
Blackwood, Robert (of Blackwood Brothers), house, Dundonald road. 
Blackwood, Robert, civil and mining engineer, Mill lane ; ho., Portland rd. 
Blackwood, Mrs. James, Hillside Cottage, Clark street. 
BLAIKIE, John (at John Walker & Sons), King street; ho., Clark st. 
BLAIR, James (of William Rankin & Son), house, 3 Queen street. 
Blair, John, carter and contractor, office, 24 Waterloo street; house, 

Parkhead Farm, off London road. 
Blair, Robert, machine maker, Sandbed street; house, Perceton Cottage, 

Hill street. 
BLAIN, John, tailor, 48 Robertson place. 
BLANE, M., dressmaker, 2 St. Marnock street. 
BONE, Thomas, spirit dealer, 80 High street. 
BORLAND, Daniel, plasterer. New street. 
Borland, Hugh, grocer and provision merchant, 89 King street ; house, 

3 Clark street. 
Borland, James, grocer, provision, and potato merchant, 8 King street ; 

house, Kirktonholm street. 
Borland, John, M.D., 1 Bridge Lane, off King street. 
Borland, John (of Wm, Rankin & Coy., chemists), house, 10 South 

Hamilton street. 
Borland, Matthew, boot and shoe manufacturer, 7 Dunlop street. 
Borland Wilham, badge porter, Railway Station ; house, St. Marnock st. 
Borland, Mrs. Thomas, Portland road. 
Borland, Misses, milhners, Dunlop street. 
BOWIE, Thomas, monumental carver, 84 Portland street; house, St. 

Marnock street. 
BOWMAN, Andrew, book canvasser, 1 Park street. 
Bowman, Matthew, boot and shoe manufacturer, 34 Boyd street. 
Bowman, Mrs. Andrew, mangier, 1 Park street. 

BOYD, Adam, Pianoforte and music seller, 91 King st. ; ho., 42 Bank st. 
Boyd, Alexander M., hosier, 36 Portland street ; house, 23 Bank street. 
Boyd, David, grocer, 118 King street. 
Boyd, George, boot and shoe manufacturer, 46 Portland street ; house, 

Victoria Cottage, Hill street. 
Boyd, James, music seller, 91 King street; house, 42 Bank street. 
Boyd, R. and E., grocers, 78 King street. 
Boyd, Thomas, boot and shoe manufacturer, 10 Douglas street. 



24 BOYD. GENERAL DIRECTORY. BROWN. 

Boyd, Jessie R., hosier, 62 Portland street ; house, Park Yale Cottage, 

Buchanan street. 
BOYLE, James, carter, 32 Boyd street. 

Boyle, John, foreman, Hillhead Fire Clay Works ; house, Montgomery st. 
Boyle, Rose, teacher, St. Joseph's Catholic School, Low Church lane. 
BRANNAlST, James, Licenced Broker, 22 Bank street. 
BRECKENRIDGE, Robert, boot and shoemaker. Regent street; house, 

109 King street. 
Breckenridge & Son, jewellers, 36 King street. 

Breckenridge, Wilham (of Breckenridge & Son), house, 40 Portland road. 
Breckenridge, M.^ milliner and straw hat maker, Mill lane. 
British Linen Company's Bank, office, 63 Portland st.; E. Smith, agent. 
British and Irish Magnetic Telegraph Company's Office, Glasgow and 

South- Western Railway Station. 
BROADFOOT, John, foreman currier, 11 Soulis street. 
BRODIE, Gilbert, hawker and lodging house keeper, 16 Regent street. 
Brodie, Neil, tinsmith, plumber, and gasfitter, 33 Portland st.; house, 50 do. 
BROWN, Alexander (of Brown & Howie), house, Rosehill, London rd. 
Brown, Alexander (of John Peden & Coy.), 7 Bank street. 
Brown, Alexander P., (of John Brown & Son), house, 8 Clark street. 
Brown, Alexander, contractor, 43 Hill street. 

Brown, Charles, & Coy., plumbers and slaters, 6 East George street. 
Brown, Charles, superintendent of county constabulary, 65 Titchfield st. 
Brown, David, pensioner, 12 Douglas street. 
Brown, George, draper, 24 Mill lane. 

Brown & Howie, family grocers, wine and spirit merchants, 103 King st. 
Brown, James, of Bellsbrae ; residence, Calcutta Lodge, 70 Titchfield st. 
Brown, James, Pegu Cottage, Dean street. 
Brown, James, spirit dealer, 70 Hill street. 
Brown, James, builder, St. Andrews street. 
Brown, John, slater and plumber, 83 Portland street. 
Brown, John, photographer, 84 Portland street; house. Ivy Bank, 

Welhngton street. 
Brown, John, & Son, accountants, house-factors, and shippers, 6 King st. 
Brown, John (of John Brown & Son), house, 8 Clark street. 
Brown, John, watchmaker and jeweller, 43 Portland street. 
Brown, John, saddler, Corn Exchange Buildings, Green street. 
Brown, John, society officer, 20 West Netherton street. 
Brown, John, upholsterer, 8 West Langlands street. 
Brown, Matthew, grocer, 22 Langlands street. 
Brown, Matthew, joiner, Dean lane ; house. Dean street. 
Brown, Matthew, collector of customs, Douglas street. 
Brown, M'Laren & Co., carpet manufacturers, Grange street. 
Brown, Nicol (at Brown & Howie's), 103 King street; house, Rosehill, 

London road. 



BROWN. GENERAL DIRECTORY. BUNTEN. 2.5 

Brown, Peter, & Son, River Bank Printworks, Mill road, off Welbeck st. 

Brown, Richard, boot and shoe maker, 33 Fore street. 

Brown, Robert (of Peter Brown & Son), ho., Millburn House, London rd. 

Brown, Robert Peden (of John Peden & Coy.), 7 Bank street. 

Brown, Robert, collector for friendly societies, 8 Boyd street. 

Brown, Robert, coalmaster, Burnside House, off West Shaw street. 

Brown, Robert T., 6 India street. 

Brown, Thomas, spirit merchant. King Street Tavern, 4 King street; 

house, 6 King street. 
Brown, Thomas, foreman dyer, 43 Portland street. 
Brown, M'Laren & Co., carpet manufacturers, Grange street. 
Brown, William (of Brown, M'Laren & Co.), house, Grange street. 
Brown, William F., secretary of journeymen tailors, 20 Boyd street. 
Brown, William, gardener. Strawberry Bank. 
Brown, William, precentor, and leader of Kilmarnock Brass Band, 76 

Titchfield street. 
Brown, Wilham, foreman engineer, 19 North Hamilton street. 
Brown, Wilham, foreman, Kennedy's Patent Water Meter Work, 

Townholm. 
Brown, Wilham, bill poster, 29 Regent street, entrance from David's lane. 
Brown, Mrs John, furniture dealer and register office, 109 King street. 
Brown, Mrs Robert, flesher, 25 Regent street ; house, 6 Boyd street. 
Brown, Miss, 35 Nelson street. 

Brown, Ehzabeth, grocer, 1 Waterside street. -^ 

BROWNING, James, 87 King street. 
BROWNLEE, William, officer. Princes Street U.P. Church, and boot 

and shoe maker, 11 Fowlds street. 
BRUCE, Alexander John, agent, Commercial Bank of Scotland, 30 

King street. 
Bruce, James, (of Howie, Bruce & Findlay), house, 7 Bentinck street. 
Bruce, Robert, secretary of journeymen shoemakers' society, 72 Fore st. 
Bruce, Thomas, Portland Estate Office, Braehead, Kilmarnock; house 

Sandhill Cottage, Monkton. 
Bruce, Walter, weaver, 99 Titchfield street. 

BRYDEN, Samuel, & Sons, sewed muslin manufacturers, 25 Robertson pi. 
Bryden, Samuel (of Samuel Bryden & Sons), commission agent, 25 

Robertson place. 
BUCHANAN, James, bill poster. Back lane. 
Buchanan, John, teacher in Hurlford School ; house, Fowlds street. 
Buchanan, Kennedy, church officer, Portland Road U.P. Church ; house 

St. Marnock street. 
Buchanan, Mrs Marion, spirit dealer, 19 West Shaw street. 
BUNTEN, James, draper and clothier, 12 Portland street; house. 

Nursery hill terrace, London road. 
Bunten, Mrs. William, 68 Titchfield street. 

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26 BUNTEN. GENERAL DIRECTORY. CAMPBELL. 

Bunten, Miss Agnes, 64 Titchfield street. 

Bunten, Miss Margaret, 64 Titchfield street. 

BURGOYNE, Peter, chimney sweep and soot merchant, 16 College wynd. 

BURNS, George, licensed broker, 1 Clerk's lane. 

BUSBY, Robert, licensed broker. New. street. 



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CADZOW, John, wholesale and retail draper, 48 King street ; house, 

Hazelbank, Nurseryhill terrace, London road. 
CALDERWOOD, John, keeper of Kilmarnock Bowling Green ; house, 

53 Robertson place. 
Calderwood, John, pohce officer, Glasgow & South- Western Railway ; 

house, Montgomerie street. 
Calderwood, J. G., glover and hosiery manufacturer, 17 King street. 
Caldwell, Alexander, engineer, Townholm. 
Caldwell, George, engineer, Townholm. 
Caldwell, John, foreman joiner, 63 Bonnyton square. 
Caldwell, Robert, blacksmith and quoit maker. East George street. 
Caldwell, Robert, salesman at J. G. Calderwood's ; house, 1 Titchfield st. 
Caledonian Foundry, North Hamilton street ; Andrew Barclay. 
CAMERON, Andrew, jeweller ; house. 1 Mill lane. 
Cameron, Andrew, draper, 79 Portland street. 
Cameron John, watchmaker and jeweller, 15 King street; house, 5 

Welhngton street. 
Cameron, Nicol Brown, tailor and clothier, 56 King street. 
Cameron, William, clerk. Gas Company; house, 79 Portland street. 
Cameron, Wilham, senr., grocer. Strand street; house, 16 Croft street. 
Cameron, Wilham, junr., grocer, Clark street. 
CAMPBELL, Andrew, spirit dealer, 10 Welhngton street. 
Campbell, David, gardener, Gilsburn, D«an street. 
Campbell, John, currier and leather merchant, 32 Back street ; house, 79 

Portland street. 
Campbell, John, slater, 1 Portland terrace. 
Campbell, John, joiner, 49 Fore street. 

Campbell, John, clerk, Yulcan Foundry ; house, Bonnyton place. 
Campbell, John, foreman porter, Railway Station; ho., St. Marnock st. 
Campbell, Robert, Burnside Cottage, Dundonald road. 
Campbell, Thomas, tailor, 44 Titchfield street. 
Campbell, Wilham, foreman dyer, 4 Townholm. 
Campbell, Wilham, & Co., Welbeck Printworks, Welbeck street. 
Campbell, Wilham (of Wm. Campbell & Co.), house, Kirktonholm street. 
Campbell, Wilham, ropemaker, 4 North Hamilton street. 
Campbell, Janet, miUiner, Corn Exchange Buildings, Green street. 



CAMPBELL. GENERAL DIRECTORY. CORRIGAN. 27 

Campbell, Margaret, dressmaker, 4 North Hamilton street. 
CARLIN, Hugh, cowfeeder, Dean street. 

CARMICHAEL, John, messenger-at-arms, 24 King st.; ho., 1 Queen st. 
CARNDUFF, Andrew, tea dealer, 9 East Netherton street. 
CARRUTHERS, David (at Messrs A. & J. Hamilton's), house, 20 East 

Netherton street. 
CARRY, James, traveller, 11 Douglas street. 
CARSON, James, grocer, 32 Low Glencairn street. 
Carson, John, fruit merchant, 5 London road. 
CARSTAIRS, Wilham Wallace (of William Wallace & Co.), house, 

Hawket Park, Hill street. 
Carstairs, Miss M. T., Hawket Park, Hill street. 
CHALLONER, Neville B. (of James Donald & Co.), house, Abbey Yilla, 

London road. 
CHRISTIE, Andrew, ironmonger, 2 Duke street ; house, Princes street. 
CLARK, A. L. & Co., export boot and shoe manufacturers, John 

Finnic street. 
Clark, Andrew L. (of A. L. Clark & Co.), house. South Hamilton st. 
Clark, George, house proprietor. Witch road. 
Clark, James, o West Langlands street. 

Clark, James, spmt dealer, 4 West George street ; house, 2 do. 
Clark, John, grocer, Clark street. 
Clark, John, salesman, at James Armstrong's Boot and Shoe Shop; house, 

Titchfield street. 
Clark, John, baker, 2 Bank street. 
Clark, Peter, slater, 3 Fore street 
Clark, Mrs. Peter, eating house, 3 Fore street. 
Clark, Miss Elizabeth, of Elmbank, London road.- 
Clark, Janet, 6 East George street. 
CLEARIE, David, boot and shoe manufacturer, and general shoe 

furnisher, 1 and 3 Croft street ; house, 50 Dean street. 
Clydesdale Banking Company, office, 61 Portland street ; Council and 

Taylor, agents. 
COATS, John, East Netherton street. 
COCHRANE, John, grocer, 49 High Glencairn street. 
Commercial Bank of Scotland, office, 50 King st.; A. J. Bruce, agent. 
Commercial Hotel, 6 Croft street ; John Sinclair. 
Commercial Tavern, 1 Regent street ; A. Millar, 
CONNALLY, Thomas, spirit merchant, 57 Fore street. 
Connally, Mrs. John, broker, 9 Fore street. 

CONNELL, James, joint agent, Clydesdale Bank, 61 Portland street. 
Council, Mrs. Alexander, Clydesdale Bank Buildings, 61 Portland street. 
COOK, John, police sergeant, 15 Waterside street. 
Cook, John, beam and scale maker. High street. 
CORRIGAN, Mary, green grocer, 16 Regent street. 



28 COSGROVE. GENERAL DIRECTORY. CROOKS. 

COSGROYE, Patrick, cooper, Strand street. 

COWIE, Adam, agent. Bank of Scotland, 39 Portland street. Ci 

Cowie, John, spirit dealer, Dunlop street. 

COWAN, George, grocer and spirit dealer, Robertson place. 

Cowan, John, station master. Railway Station. 

Cowan, Wilham, agent for machines, &c., Corn Exchange Buildings, 

London road. 
CRAIG, Alexander, grocer. Low Glencairn street, 
Craig, David, pattern designer for carpets, office, 27 King street ; house. 

Dean Cottage, Beansburn. 
Craig, David, railway clerk ; house, Greenbank, Hill street. 
Craig, J. & M., Dean, Hillhead, and Perceton Eire-Clay Works, and Hill- 
head Colhery. 
Craig, James (of J. & M. Craig), house, Gardenhill, Hill street. 
Craig, James, post runner to Crosshands, 31 Robertson place. 
Craig, John, & Son, cabinetmakers and joiners, George Hotel Buildings, 

Portland street. 
Craig, John (of John Craig & Son), house, Greenbank, Hill street. 
Craig, John, spirit dealer, 32 High street. 
Craig, John, tailor and clothier, 1 Grange street. 
Craig, John, victualler and ham curer, 8 Cheapside. 
Craig, Matthew (of J. & M. Craig), house. Dean Hill. 
Craig, Robert (of John Craig & Son), house. Hill street. 
Craig, Robert, sen,, cabinetmaker, 80 King street; house, 99 King street. 
Craig, Wilham, baker, High Glencairn street. 
CRAIGIE, E. H. (of John Bicket & Son), house, Titchfield street. 
CRAWFORD, Charles, grocer, 16 Nelson street. 
Crawford, James, draper, 77 King street. 
Crawford, John S., professor of dancing and cahsthenics, George Hotel 

Assembly Rooms, West George street. 
Crawford, Mungo, draper, 28 Duke street ; house. Hill street. 
Crawford, Mrs. James, grocer and spirit dealer. Bank street. 
CREE, David, senr., clerk at T. & J. Ferguson's, Nursery Mill ; house, 

High Glencairn street. 
Cree, David, junr., pawnbrokers' assistant, 8 Wellington street. 
CREELMAN, Wilham, Scotch bonnet manufacturer, entrance from East 

George street and Soulis street ; house. Alma Cottage, Hill street. 
Creelman, Wilham, spirit merchant, 5 Regent street. 
Creelman, Wilham Baillie, spirit merchant, Queen street. 
CREIGHTON, Rev. A. G., incumbent of Trinity Church ; house, The 

Parsonage, Winton place, Dundonald road. 
CRICHTON, Mrs. James, spirit dealer, Railway Tavern, 22 West 

George street. 
Crichton, Mrs. James, lodging-house keeper, 10 West George street. 
CROOKS, Adam, & Son, skinners and wool dealers, Welbeck street. 



» CROOKS. — GENERAL DIRECTORY. CUTHBERTSON. 29 

-Crooks, Adam, senr. (of Adam Crooks & Son), ho., 20 Robertson place. 

Crooks, Adam, junr., spirit dealer, 13 High Glencairn street. 

Crooks Brothers & Coy., tanners, Ladeside. 

Crooks, George, 14 St. Marnock street. 

Crooks, John (of Crooks Brothers & Coy.), house, Flowerbank, Old 

Irvine road. 
Crooks, John, candle maker, London road. 
Crooks, John G., Galahill, Fulton's lane. 

Crooks, Robert (of Crooks Brothers & Coy.), ho, Galahill, Fulton's lane. 
Crooks, William (of Adam Crooks & Son), house, Welbeck Cottage, 

Welbeck street. 
Crooks, Mrs. James, Wallace Bank, Welhngton street. 
CROSBIE, Robert, draper, 3 Boyd street. 

GUMMING & Main, agents. Royal Bank of Scotland, 34 Portland st. 
Gumming, Robert (of Gumming & Main), Royal Bank, 34 Portland street. 
Gumming, Robert, shoemaker, 34 Strand street. 
Gumming, Mrs. Robert, Royal Bank Buildings, 34 Portland street. 
CUNNINGHAM, A., & Son, cabinetmakers, upholsterers, and stair railers, 

Duke street ; workshops, Titchfield street. 
Cunningham, Alexander, clerk, Market lane. 
Cunningham, Andrew, clerk. Market lane ; house, Titchfield street. 
Cunningham, David, spirit dealer, 20 Cheapside street. 
Cunningham, George (of A. Cunningham & Son), ho., North Hamilton st. 
Cunningham & Gairdner, bonnet manufacturers, 24 High street. 
Cunningham, James (of A. Cunningham & Son), house, 8 Duke street. 
Cunningham, James (of Cunningham & Gairdner,) 53 Robertson place. 
Cunningham, John, confectioner and pastry baker, 64 Portland street ; 

house, 66 Portland street. 
Cunningham, Robert (of A. Cunningham & Son), house, Titchfield street. 
CURDIE, George (of J. & G. Curdie), house. 26 Robertson place. 
Curdie, George, grocer and spirit dealer, 18 Robertson place. 
Curdie, J. & G., painters, 74 King street ; workshop, St. Andrew's street. 
Curdie, John (of J. & G. Curdie), house, Bentinck street. 
Curdie, John, jobbing gardener, Buchanan street. 
Curdie, Robert, grocer and spirit dealer, 8 Fore street. 
CURRIE, John, grocer and spirit dealer, Titchfield street. 
Currie, Robert, baker, 59 King street. 
Currie, Robert, grocer and spirit dealer, 8 Dean street. 
CUTHBERTSON, David, house proprietor, 54 Hill street. 
Cuthbertson & Taylor, carpet manufacturers, Bank street. 
Cuthbertson, Thomas, Senr. (of Cuthbertson & Taylor), house, Craighead, 

High street. 
Cuthbertson, Thomas, junr. (of Cuthbertson & Taylor), house, Myrtle 

Bank, Hill street. 
Cuthbertson, Janet, dressmaker, 9 Dean street. 



30 DALE. GENERAL DIRECTORY. DUFE. 

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DALE, Mrs. Robert, 30 Back street. 

DALGrLIESH, William, stocking manufacturer, 32 Mill Lane. 

DALZIEL, James, gas surveyor, St. Marnock street. 

Dalziel, Samuel, grocer, Langlands street. 

DAYIE, John, grocer and spirit dealer, Princes street ; ho., 8 Fowlds st. 

DAYIES, Joseph, tobacco pipe manufacturer, 72 Titchfield street; house, 

Old Cast lane, Titchfield street. 
Davies, Mrs. James, St. Mungo's Cottage, Clark street. 
DICK, John, sergeant of burgh pohce, 2 Fowlds street. 
Dick, Matthew, burgh police constable, Kirktonholm street. 
DICKIE, Fowlds & Coy., seedsmen, St. Marnock street. 
Dickie, Francis, cabinetmaker and upholsterer, 73 King street; house, 12 

Clark terrace. 
Dickie, Hugh, fishmonger and Kcensed game dealer, Duke street ; house, 

11 Douglas street. 
Dickie, James, chief clerk Post Office ; house, 32 Park street. 
Dickie, John, senr. (of Dickie, Fowlds & Co.), house, Titchfield House, 

Titchfield street. 
Dickie, John, junr. (of Dickie, Fowlds & Co.), house, 59 Titchfield street. 
Dickie, John, missionary. Princes street. 
DOBSON, James, draper. Dean street. 
DODDS, James, teacher. Nelson Street School. 
DONALD, James, & Coy., iron merchants and general ironmongers, 8 

Portland street. 
Donald, James (of James Donald & Coy.), ho.. Abbey Villa, London rd. 
DONALDSON, John, grocer, 67 Portland street. 
DON ALLY, John, spuit dealer, 55 Fore street. 
DOUGrLAS, Alexander (of Douglas, Reyburn & Coy.), house. West Park, 

Dundonald road. 
Douglas, James, umbrella maker, Titchfield street. 
Douglas, Reyburn & Coy., bonnet and cap manufacturers. High street. 
Douglas, Robert, restaurant,- 57 Portland street. 
Douglas, William (of Douglas, Reyburn & Coy.), Millburn House, 

London road. 
DREGHORN & Aitken, nurserymen, seedsmen, and florists^ 79 King st. 
Dreghorn, John, storekeeper^ Glasgow & South-Western Railway Work- 
shops ; 1 1 West Netherton street. 
Dreghorn, Wilham, weaver, 20 East Shaw street. 
DRUMMOND, D., clerk, Caledonian Foundry. 
Drummond, Miss, dressmaker, 32 King street. 
DUFF, Wilham, tailor and clother, 1 Bank street; house, 12 North 

Hamilton street. 
Duff, Mrs., grocer, Robertson place. 



DUFFNER. GENERAL DIRECTORY. FERGUSONe 31 

DUFFNER, Albert A., practical watch and clockmaker, 7 Queen street. 

BTJNN, James, tailor, 9 Clark street. 

DUNCAN, Mungo, grocer, 1 Dean street. 

Duncan, William, spirit dealer, 98 Portland street. 

DUNLOP, Alexander, & Son, tailors and clothiers, 11 King street. 

Dunlop, David, dentist, 1 Portland road, corner of John Finnic street. 

Dunlop & Eaglesham, coalmasters, Ashyard Colliery, Hurlford ; place of 

business, London road, Kilmarnock. 
Dunlop, Hugh, tailor and clothier, 38 King street. 
Dunlop, John, joiner, Langlands brae ; house, 6 North Hamilton street. 
Dunlop, Matthew, Beansburn. 
Dunlop, Robert, carpet weaver. Dean street. 
Dunloj^, Samuel, spirit dealer, Refreshment Rooms, Railway Station ; ho., 

Dean street. 
Dunlop, Mary, 17 Wellington street. 
Dunlop, Mary, milliner, 2 West George street. 
DUNSMTJIR, Alexander, mill manager, Townholm. 
Dunsmnir James, carter, 37 High street. 

DYKES, George (of John Dykes & Son), Ward's House, Dundonald rd. 
Dykes, John, & Son, seed merchants and nurserymen, Dundonald road. 
Dykes, John (of John Dykes & Son), Ward's House, Dundonald road. 
Dykes, Mrs. John, Gilshall, Dean street. 

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EAGLESHAM, James (of Dunlop & Eaglesham), house, London road. 
EASTON, John, accountant, Union Bank ; house, Princes street. 
EATON, Oliver, bird and animal preserver, 14 Croft street. 
EDGAR, Alexander, jobbing gardener, 17 Bentinck street. 
Edgar, Mrs. Robert, grocer and spirit dealer, 54 Fore street. 
ELDER, Wilham, plasterer, 32 King street. 
ELLIOT, Thomas, Braeside Mill ; house, 2 St. Marnock's place. 
EWING, Hugh (of Turner & Ewing), house, 12 Mill lane. 

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FALCONER, Joseph, oversman, Hillhead Colliery, Kilmaurs road. 

FARQUHAR, Peter, chimney sweep and soot merchant, 32 Strand st, 

FARREL, Thomas, foreman moulder, 10 Langlands street. 

Female School of Industry, West Netherton st ; Miss Miller. 

FERGUSON, Adam, Waterside street. 

Ferguson, A. & J., baby linen and berlin wool warehouse, 111 King st. 

Ferguson, A. (of A. & J. Ferguson), house, India street. 

Ferguson, A. & R,, grocers and provision merchants, 24 Duke street. 



32 FERGUSON. GENERAL DIRECTORY. FREW. 

Ferguson, Donald, teacher, Townhead District School ; ho., 33 Bank st. 
Ferguson, James (of T. & J. Ferguson), house, 116 King street. 
Ferguson, James, tinsmith and gasfitter, 13 Waterloo street. 
Ferguson, John, power-loom foreman. West Netherton street. ^ 

Ferguson, John, & Son, drapers and clothiers, 68 and 70 King street. r 

Ferguson, John (of John Ferguson & Son), house, 12 Portland terrace. 
Ferguson, T. & J., power-loom cloth manufacturers, Nursery Mill. 
Ferguson, Thomas (of T, & J. Ferguson). West Netherton street. 
Ferguson, William (of John Ferguson & Son), house, Ladybank Cottage, 

Dundonald road. 
Ferguson, Jane (of A & J. Ferguson), house, India street. 
FINDLAY, Andrew, boot and shoe maker, 20 Park street. 
Findlay, Andrew, currier, 21 High street. 

Findlay, George, officer for the Oddfellows' Society, West Netherton st. 
Findlay, Hugh (of Howie, Bruce & Findlay), house, 1 Nelson street. 
Findlay, Matthew, draper, 2 Henrietta street, r 
Findlay, Wilham, k Coy., Ayrshire Biscuit Factory, Hill street ; sale shop,. 

74 Portland street. 
Findlay, Wilham (of Wm. Findlay k Coy.), ho.. Dean Cottage, Beansburn.. 
Findlay, Wilham, flesher, 12 Langlands street. 
FINNIE, Alexander, Annbank, London road. 
Finnic, Archibald, & Son, iron and coal merchants, Braefoot. 
Finnic, Archibald (of Archd. Finnic & Son), Springhill House, Irvine rd. 
Finnic k Young, ironmongers, 6 Regent street. 
FISHER, Miss, 12 Princes street. 
FORSTER, H. E., clerk, Caledonian Foundry. 
FOSTER, George, draper and clothier, 93 King street. 
Foster, Robert, clothier, 19 Yictcria place, King st. ; ho., Thomson st. 
FLEMING, John, senr., grocer, 34 Titchfield street. 
Fleming, John, baker,. 9 Cheapside street. 
Fleming, John, potato merchant, 5 Princes street; house, Springgrove 

Cottage, South Hamilton street. 
Fleming, Wilham, grocer, 23 Dean street. 
Fleming, Mrs., eating-house keeper, 6 Bank street. 
Fleming, Mrs. Robert, carter, 28 Mill lane. 
FLINN, Hugh, lodging-house keeper, 11 Fore street. 
Fhnn, Mary, mangier, 50 Portland street. 
ERASER, W. M., general draper and clothier, Saint Marnock corner ;. 

house, Ness Cottage. Dundonald road. 
FRAZER, William, teacher. East Shaw street. 
Free Henderson Church, Wellington street; Rev. D. Landsborough,. 

minister. 
Free High Church, Portland street; Rev. P. W. Robertson, minister: 
Free St. Andrew's Church, Fowlds street ; Rev. Wra. Young, do. 
FREW, David, carter, 20 Braeside street. 



FULTON. GENERAL DIRECTORY. GIBSON. 33 



FULTON", Alexander, Baker, 22 King street ; house, 1 Guard lane,, 
Fulton, Hugh, spirit dealer, St. Marnock street. 

Fulton, Thomas, sheriff-clerk depute, County Court Buildings, Kilmar- 
nock ; house, London road. 
FTJLLERTON, James, spirit dealer, 9 Strand street. 
FYFE, Andrew, musician, 9 Wellington street. 

a 

GrAIRDNER, David C, (of R. & D. C. Gairdner, bankers). Union Bank, 
Bank street. 

Gairdner, Robert (of R. & D. C. Gairdner, bankers). Union Bank; resi- 
dence, Thorntoun House, Kilmarnock. 

Gairdner, Robert, gilder, Sandbed street. 

Gairdner, Wilham,. baker. High Glencairn street. 

GALT, Alexander, superintendent of pohce and town surveyor ; house, 
Green street. 

Gait, John, officer of St. Marnock's Church; house, St. Marnock place. 

GARDINER, Henry, bookkeeper, Glasgow & South-Western Railway 
Works ; house, Balmoral terrace. 

GARYEN, Alexander, draper and clothier, 20 King st.; ho. Portland rd. 

Garven, Miss, South Hamilton street. 

Gas Works, Park street, and West Langlands street ; W. G. Walker, 
manager. 

GEBBIE, John, grocer and provision merchant, 11 Portland street; 
house, 66 Portland street. 

Gebbie, John, manufacturer of home-made cloth, 33. High Glencairn st. 

GEDDES, Alexander, governor, Kilmarnock Prison, Bank street. 

GEMMELL, Dalrymple, Dundonald road. 

Gemmell, Hugh, Angel Inn and Hotel, Market lane. 

GemmeU, Peter, joiner, 28 Fore street ; house, Kirktonholm street. 

Gemmell, Robert, joiner. Back street ; house, Park street. 

Gemmell, William, wright, Fowlds street ; house, 84 Portland road. 

Gemmell, Mrs., Brougham place. Witch road. 

George Hotel, 78 Portland street ; Andrew Walker. 

GIBB, Hamilton, baker, 4 St. Marnock street. 

Gibb, Hugh, foreman boiler maker, North Hamilton street, 

Gibb, John, spirit dealer, High Glencairn street. 

Gibb, Mrs. Alexander, bread and biscuit baker, and tea and coffee re- 
freshment rooms, 8 West George street. 

GIBSON, David, baker, St Marnock street. 

Gibson, George, Low Church officer, 24 Bank street. 

Gibson, Hugh, officer of Athenaeum, and hbrarian ; ho , 21 Bentinck st. 

Gibson. Hugh, skinner, Morris lane. 

Gibson, Hugh, foreman dyer, Ls^nglands street. 

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34 GIBSON. GENERAL DIRECTORY. GRANGER. 

Gibson, James, grocer and provision merchant. High Glencairn street. 

Gibson, James, post runner to Stewarton, West Shaw street. 

Gibson, John, baker, 21 Titchfield street. 

Gibson, John, heddler, 99 Titchfield street. 

Gibson, Robert, china merchant, Morris place. 41 King street ; house, 
Henrietta street. 

Gibson, Robert, grocer, spirit, and provision merchant, 37 High Glen- 
cairn street ; house. Queen street. 

Gibson, Robert, draper, 19 Morton place. 

Gibson, Robert, bookkeeper. Railway Workshops ; ho., Kirktonholm st. 

Gibson, Wilham, foreman engineer, Inkerman place, Bonnyton road. 

GIFFEN, John, superintendent of maintenance of railway ; house, Foot 
of Station brae. 

GILCHRIST, Alexander, photographer, Duke street. 

Gilchrist, David (of Gilchrist & Morton), 53 Robertson place. 

Gilchrist, James, plumber, 122 King street ; house, 6 Princes street. 

Gilchrist, John, book canvasser, 48 Robertson place. 

Gilchrist & Morton, grocers and provision merchants, 75 King street. 

Gilchrist, Thomas, spirit dealer, 10 West George street. 

Gilchrist, Wilham, Hill street. 

GILL, Thomas, grain merchant, Strand street ; ho., Rosebank, Hill st. 

GILLESPIE, James, chemist and druggist, 86 King st.; ho., 13 Queen st. 

GILMOUR, Hugh, post messenger to Hurlford ; ho.. East Netherton st. 

Gilmour, James, tobacconist, 2 Fore street. 

Gilmour, John, & Coy., Bonnyton CoUiery, by Kilmarnock. 

Gilmour, John (of John Gilmour k Coy.), ho., Hillhead Villa, Portland ter. 

Gilmour, Joseph, clerk, Montgomerie Cottage, Montgomerie street. 

Gilmour, Thomas, grocer and spirit dealer, 29 Low Glencairn street. 

GLASS, Mrs. William, stay maker, Titchfield street. 

Glenfield Iron Coy., East Shaw street. 

GLEN, James, eating-house keeper, 6 Green street. 

GLOYER, Richard, tea dealer, Bentinck street. 

GOOD, George, post messenger to Dundonald ; house. West Shaw st. 

Good, John, post messenger to Perceton Row ; house, West Shaw st. 

GOLDIE, James, grain dealer, 41 Strand street. 

Goldie, John, manager Yulcan Foundry ; house. Park street. 

GORDON, WiUiam, clothier, 20 West George st.; house, 3 Witch rd. 

GOUDIE, James, foreman spinner. Factory Mill ; house, Langlands st. 

Goudie, WilUam, spirit dealer, 108 King street. 

GO WANS, John (of Moyes & Go wans), Cavendish House, Portland ter. 

GRAHAM, James, boot and shoemaker. 

Graham, John, jobbing gardener. West Shaw street. 

Graham, M. grocer, Nelson street. 

GRANGER, James, wool and commission merchant, Croft street ; house, 
51 Strand street. 



GRANT, GENERAL DIRECTORY. HAMILTON. -T5 

GRANT, Mrs., AUanhill, London road. 

Grant, Misses, teachers, AUanhill, London road. 

GRAY, James, gardener, Springhill, Irvine road. 

Gray, John, foreman platelayer, G. & S.-W. Railway ; ho., 43 Hill street. 

GREGORY, James S., registrar of births, marriages, and deaths, for 
the burgh of Kilmarnock, Corn Exchange Buildings ; house, Townend. 

Gregory, Thomsons & Coy., carpet manufrs., the Factory, 36 Green street.. 

GRIERSON, David, gunmaker, 41 Portland st. ; ho., 10 W. George st. 

GRIEVE, Robert, & Son, tobacco and snuff manufrs., 24 Portland st. 

Grieve, Miss, Clyde Yilla, Dundonald road. 

GREEN, William, town missionary, Kadikoi place, North Hamilton st. 

GROSS, Frederick Charles, procurator fiscal, chambers. Court House, 
St. Marnock street ; house, Orchardhill, London road. 

GXJNNYON, William, classical and commercial teacher, New Academy, 
Princes street ; house, Burnpark Cottage, Henrietta street. 

GUTHRIE, John, bookseller, stationer, and news-agent. Town's Build- 
ings, 18 King street ; house. Hill street. 

HADDOW, James, draper, Fowlds street. 

Haddow, WiUiam, clerk, 39 High street. 

Haddow, Mrs. John, grocer, 39 High street. 

HAGGO, Mathew, stationer and news-agent, 72 King street ; house, 

121 King street. 
Haggo, Walter, carpet foreman, the Factory, 36 Green street; house, 

38 Green street. 
HALL, George, & Coy., ham curers, 7 High Glencairn street. 
Hall, George (of George Hall & Coy.), house, 9 High Glencairn street. 
HALBERT, George, accountant, 126 King street. 
Halbert, John, Waterside street. 
HAINING, James, gardener, Elmbank, London road. 
HAMILTON, Alexander & James, town clerks ; office. Town Buildings, 

King street. 
Hamilton, Alex, (of A. & J. Hamilton), ho., Wallace Bank, Wellington st. 
Hamilton, Andrew, cowfeeder, 55 Grange street. 
Hamilton, Andrew, letter carrier, 28 Robertson place. 
Hamilton, James (of A. & J. Hamilton), ho., Wallace Bank, Wellington st. 
Hamilton, John G., writer, 38 Portland st. , ho.. The Manse, London rd. 
Hamilton, John, fruiterer, 66 King street ; house, 28 Robertson place. 
Hamilton, Rev. James B., minister of the first charge of the Low Church; 

house, The Manse, London road. 
Hamilton, Rev. Alexander, M.A., minister, U.P. Church, Portland road ; 

house, U.P. Manse, Dundonald road. 
Hamilton, Mrs. Thomas, cowfeeder, 28 Robertson place. 



36 HAMMOND. GENERAL DIRECTORY. HOUSTON. 

HAMMOND, Sergt. Jolin, drill instructor, oth A..Y.A., 37 Robertson pi. 
HANNAH, James, pawnbroker, Waterloo street; house, Galabank, 

Wellington street. 
Hannah, James, & Son, manufrs. of home-made cloth, Welbeck street. 
Hannah, James (of James Hannah & Son), St. Andrew's street. . 

Hannah, W., & Coy., dyers, Ayrshire Dye Works, Welbeck street. 
HANVEY, Patrick, spirit dealer, 37 Robertson place. 
HARLEY, John, funeral undertaker, 26 Waterloo street. . 
HART, Peter, spirit dealer, 40 High street. 

Hart, Thomas, foreman turner. Railway Workshops; ho., 67 Bonnyton sq. 
HARYIE, David (of Wilson & Harvie), blockcutters ; ho., St. Andrew's st. 
HASTIE, James, town-officer, 9 Portland street. 
Hastie, Mrs. James, dealer in toys, 2 Croft street. 
HAY, James, burgh poHce constable, West Langlands street. 
HENDERSON, Andrew, spirit dealer, Witch road. 
Henderson, Donald, inspector of waggons, G. & S. W. Railway Coy.; 

house, 10 North Hamilton street. 
Henderson, Jas., writer. Market lane; ho., Bentinck Cottage, Bentinck st. 
Henderson, James, weaver, Garden street. 
Henderson, Wilham, teller. Bank of Scotland. 
HENDRY, Thomas, sexton, St. Andrew's Burying Ground ; house, 14 

East Netherton street. 
HERON, William, hairdresser and wigmaker, 88 King street. 
HIGGINS, Wilham, woollen manufacturer. Waterside street. 
HIGHET J. dressmaker. Mill lane. 
Highet, Jessie, milliner, 66 Fore street. 
HILL, James C, fishmonger, 48 Portland street. 
Hill, David (of Mushat, Hill, & Co.), 

HILLHOUSE, James, carpet weaver, 20 St. Marnock street. 
Hillhouse, Thomas (of T. Stewart & Sons), ho., Orchardton, London rd. 
HIS LOP, Rev. Robert, minister, E.U. Church, Clerk's lane; house, 

Dundonald road. 
HODGE, James, grocer and spirit merchant, 10 King street ; house, 

56 King street. 
Holm Foundry Coy., 58 Low Glencairn street; James Blackwood. 
Holm Mission Meeting House, West Shaw street ; Rev. James Banks. 
HOOD, James, & Son, cabinetmakers and Upholsterers, Cheapside, 

and 73 Portland street. 
Hood, James (of James Hood & Son), 73 Portland street. 
Hood, Mrs. James, seni., 1 Cheapside street. 
HOPKIN, Mrs., grocer, 19 Titchfield street. 

HORNE, John, coalmaster. Holmes and Galston Collieries, near Kilmar- 
nock, Gilsburn House, Dean street. 
Home, Robert R., coalmaster. Holmes and Galston Colheries, Gilsburn 

House, Dean street. 



HOWIE.— GENERAL DIRECTORY. JxVCK. 37 

HOUSTON, David, dealer in unredeemed pledges, 14 Fore street, 
HOWIE, Bruce & Findlay, photograpliers, John Finnie street, foot of 

Railway brae. 
Howie, David, seedsman, 6 Portland street ; house, India street. 
Howie, David, sphit dealer, 10 Duke street ; house, David's lane. 
Howie, John, seedsman, 6 Portland street ; house, India street. 
Howie, John, wheelwright and shuttle maker, 9 Titohfield street; house, 

East Netherton street. 
Howie, John, senr., wood merchant, West Langlands street. 
Howie, John, junr., wood merchant. West Langlands st.; ho., Inkerman pi. 
Howie, John (of Howie, Bruce & Findlay), 10 Kelk pi., near Kilmarnock. 
Howie, WilUam, seed merchant, 6 Portland street; house, Springfield 

Yilla, Dundonald road. 
Howie, WiUiam, porter, Union Bank, Bank street. 
Howie, Helen, dressmaker. Bank street. 
HUMPHREY, George, 11 Low Glencairn street. 
Humphrey, John, photographer. King street. 
Humphrey, Thomas, spirit dealer, 15 Cheapside street. 
HUNTER, Alexander, foreman boiler maker. North Hamilton street. 
Hunter, George, boot and shoe manufacturer, High Glencairn street. 
Hunter, William, draper, 16.^ Bank street. 
Hunter, Mrs. Alexander, Kcensed broker, 6 Strand street. 
HUTCHIESON, Archibald, clerk, 22 St. Andrew's street. 
Hutchison, Rev. Smith, missionary, Hurlford; ho., Gilshall, Dean street. 
HYSLOP, John, stamper. Post Office, 26 Mill lane. 



INGLIS, Andrew, woollen manufacturer, 3 Douglas street. 

Inghs, Andrew, grocer, 6 Langlands street. 

IngUs, Hugh, confectioner, 13 Portland street; house, 16 Park street. 

Inghs, James, salt store, 24 Waterloo street. 

Inghs, John, carter, 9 Braeside. 

Inghs, William, salesman, 101 King street. 

INGRAM, James, architect, 114 King street; house, Dundonald road. 

Ingram, James, time-keeper, Railway Workshops; house, 21 Bentinck st. 

INNES, David, joiner and funeral undertaker, 11 Strand street ; house, 

St. Marnock place. 
Irvine Bank Printworks, Low Glencairn street. 
IRYINE, Robert, bookseller, stationer, and news-agent, 90 King street; 

house, 30 Langlands street. 



JACK, Andrew, grocer and provision merchant, 12 Fore street; house, 
17 Portland street. 



38 JACKSON. (GENERAL DIRECTORY. KILMARNOCK. 

JACKSON, Henry, basket maker, 3 Bank street. 

JAMiESON, Archibald, confectioner, 60 Robertson place. 

Jamieson, Rev. David T., minister of Princes Street U.P. Church ; house, 

Clark street. 
Jamieson, Robert, boot and shoe maker, 47 Back street. 
Jamieson, Mrs. Wilham, grocer and spirit dealer, 4 High street. 
JARDINE, John, smith and shoeing forge, Mill lane; house, 9 

Robertson place, 
JOHNSTON, Alexander, baker, 10 Low Glencairn street. 
Johnston, Jas., inspector of nuisances. Corn Exchange Buildings, Green st. 
Johnston, John, drapers' assistant, Morris place, King street. 
Johnston, John, post runner to Tarbolton, 7 Nelson street. 



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KELLIE, John, boot and shoe merchant, 22 Waterloo street. 

KELLY, David, burgh poHce constable, 3 Robertson place. 

Kelly, John, draper, 22 Park street. 

Kelly, Samuel, junr., grocer, and boot and shoe mercht., 47 Fore street. 

Kelly, Samuel, senr., inspector of burgh police, 49 Fore street. 

KENNEDY & Coy., water meter manufacturers, Townholm. 

Kennedy, James, engineer, Inkerman place, Bonnyton road. 

Kennedy, Thomas (of Kennedy & Coy.), ho.. Woodland Yilla, Portland rd. 

Kennedy, Thomas, junr., Glenfield Iron Coy. ; ho., St. Mungo's Cottage, 

16 Clark street. 
KENTLAND, John, locksmith, 21 Robertson place. 
KERNAHAN, Thomas, confectioner, and licensed dealer in game, 40 

Portland street ; house. Low Church lane. 
KERR, James (of Wm. Campbell & Coy.), Welbeck Printworks ; house, 

31 Bentinck street. 
Kerr,- James, salesman at Wm. Creelman's, 5 Regent street ; house, .50 

Titchfield street. 
Kerr, John, tailor and clothier, 22 Regent street, 
Kerr, Robert, church officer, High Church ; house, 86 Portland street. 
Kerr, Robert (of Thomas Kerr & Coy.), house, 54 Titchfield street. 
Kerr, Robert, confectioner, Duke street. 

Kerr, Thomas, & Coy., boot and shoe manufrs., 47 Titchfield street. 
Kerr, Thomas, boot and shoe maker, 78 Titchfield street. 
Kerr, Mrs. William, grocer. North Hamilton street. 
KILGOIJR, Joseph, pawnbroker, 7 High street. 
Kilmarnock Academy, London road. 

Kilmarnock Athenaeum and Reading Room, Corn Exchange Buildings, 
Kilmarnock Brewery, Grange street ; Moyes &, Gowans. 



KILMARNOCK. GENERAL DIRECTORY. LEIPER. 39 

Kilmarnock Co-operative Society (Limited) — 

Central store 47 Portland street. 

No. 1 branch store, Inkerman place. 

„ 2 Do Titchfield street. 

„ 3 Do Corn Exchange Buildings. 

Baking store 4 Water lane. 

Kilmarnock Foundry Coy., engineers and founders, Townholm, and at A. 

Finnie & Sons, Braefoot. 
Kilmarnock Library, Corn Exchange Buildings ; Hugh Gibson, librarian. 
KINGr, Wilham, boot and shoe warehouse, 15 Queen st.; house, 13 do. 
KIRK, Mrs. Thomas, baby linen warehouse, Duke street. 



LAMBIE, Alexander, church officer, Winton Place E.U. Church; house, 

Kirktonholm street. 
Lambie, John, manufacturer of home-made cloth, 47 King street. 
Lambie, E., dressmaker, Dundonald road. 
LAMONT, Alexander (of Robert Lamont & Son), house, Burnside 

Cottage, London road. 
Lamont, G, & W., grocers. Market bridge. 
Lamont, John, boot and shoe manufacturer, 3 Portland street ; house, 

Crispin Cottage, Thomson street.. 
Lamont, Robert, & Son. dry Salter s, Market bridge. 
LANDSBOROIJGH, Rev. David, minister, Henderson Free Church; 

Manse, 1 Wellington street. 
LATTA, Mrs. George, spirit dealer, 3 Welbeck street. 
LAUDER, Hugh, dyer, 105 King street ; house. Princes street. 
Lauder, Hugh, draper, 51 King street; house, 2 North Hamilton street. 
LATJGHLAND, Edward, Dean Cottage; Witch road. 
Laughland, James, bonnet and military forage, cap manufacturer, High 

street ; house. Bee Bank, Witch road. 
Laughland, Roxburgh, & Co., woolspinners, Townholm. 
Laughland, WiUiam, bonnet maker, 3 Dean street. 
LAW, Robert, confectioner, 51 Fore street. 
L AWRIE , David, teller. Union Bank ; house. Witch road. 
Lawrie, William, house proprietor. Dean street. 
LAWSON, John, draper and woollen manufacturer, 95 King street; 

house, Ivy Bank, Welhngton street. 
LEARMONT, Alexander, baker, 5 Titchfield street. 
LEE, Thomas, Commercial and mathematical teacher, Kilmarnock 

Academy ; house, Morton House, Morton place. 
LEIPER, R. & J. drapers, 28 Portland street. 
Leiper, John (of R. & J. Leiper), Park street. 
Leiper, Robert (of R. & J. Leiper), Buchanan street. 



40 LINDSAY. GENERAL DIRECTORY. MATHER. 

LINDSAY, Thomas, house proprietor, Dean street. 

LITTLE, Mrs. Davfd, spirit dealer. Sun Inn, Green street. 

Little, James, manufacturer, 14 East Shaw street. 

Little, William colour maker, East Netherton street. 

LITTLEJOHN, George, senr., cartwright, Beansburn. 

Littlejohn, George,. jum\, cartwright, Dunlop street. 

LOCH BEAD, James, carter, Langlands street. 

LOGAN, William C, English teacher, Kilmarnock Academy; house,^ 

Dundonald road. 
LORIMER, John, grocer, M'Culloch's Buildings, Bonnyton road. 
LOUDON, George, confectioner, Titchfield street. 
LOVE, Catherine, milKner and straw hat maker, St. Marnock street. 
LUCAS, James, grocer, West Langlands street. 
Lucas, Robert, brassfounder. College wynd; house, 69 Portland street. 
LYMBURN, Mrs. John, 45 Portland street. 

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MABON, Thomas G.,- hair-dresser^ 9 Back lane. 

MACDOUGALL, Malcolm, drill instructor A.Y.C., Montgomery street. 
MACGLASHAN, Charles (of Wm. Findlay & Coy.), ho., Dundonald rd. 
Macglashan, Misses, teachers, Springvale Seminary, Dundonald road ; ho. 

Dundonald road. 
M ACL AG AN, James, druggist, 58 Portland street. 
MACLEOD, Donald, MD., 102 King street. 
MACMILLAN, Mrs. Duncan, Bentinck street. 
Macmillan, M. & W., hosiers and haberdashers, 12 Duke street. 
Magnetic Telegraph OfSce, Railway Station ; Wm. Malcolm, clerk. 
MAIN, William (of Gumming & Main), 4 Balmoral terrace. 
MACK, Thomas, draper, 2 Titchfield st.; ho., 1 St. Andrew's street. 
MACKAY, David (at Wm. Rankin & Sons), house. King street. 
Mackay, John (of Mackay & Son), house, Dean Bank, Beansburn. 
MACKIE, A. & J., general carters, 1 Princes street. 
MAIR, John, hcensed broker and furniture dealer, 7 Fore street. 
MALLOCH, James, weighing machine and scale beam maker, 26 Regent st. 
MANSON, John, tailor, 92 Titchfield street. 

Manson, Samuel, truck inspector, G. & S.- W. Railway ; ho., Bonnyton sq,. 
Manson, Wilham, spirit merchant, 76 Titchfield street. 
MARSHALL, Alexander, M.D., Dundonald road. 
Marshall, John, auxiliary letter carrier, Post Office ; ho., Nelson street. 
MARTIN, Rev. Thomas, minister of St. Andrew's Established Church ; 

South Hamilton street. 
MATHER, John A., grain merchant, 21 Portland street; ho., Northbrae, 

Hill street. 
Mather, Mrs. Alexander, Leadhall, London road. 



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MATTHEWS. GENERAL DIRECTORY. MORISON. 4 1 

MATTHEWS, Joseph, cowfeeder, 58 Low Glencairn street. 

MERRY, John, & Coy., shawl and delaine printers, Irvine Bank Print- 
works, Low Glencairn street. 

Merry, John, senr., Braeside House, off London road. 

MEL YIN, John, & Coy., cabinetmakers, 62 Low Glencairn street. 

MICHAEL, Mrs. Peter, boarding-house, 92 Portland street. 

MILLAR, Alexander, bank accountant and insurance agent, Commercial 
Bank of Scotland ; house, 14 South Hamilton street. 

Miller, Alexander, pawnbroker, 10 Fore street. 

Millar, Andrew, spirit dealer. Commercial Tavern, 1 Regent street. 

Millar, Andrew, eating-house keeper, 16 Waterloo street. 

Miller, George A., 10 Fore street. 

Millar, James Thos., assistant macer of Sheriff Court, 14 St. Marnock st. 

Miller, Robert, pawnbroker, Sandbed st., entrance also by 33 King st. 

Millar, WilHam, macer of Sheriff Court, 14 St. Marnock street. 

Millar, William, hostler, Wheat Sheaf Inn, Croft street. 

Miller, Mrs. E., grocer and provision merchant, St. Marnock street. 

Millar, Annie, principal teacher Female School of Industry, West 
Netherton street. 

MILLOY, John, book canvasser, 38 Nelson street. 

Milloy, Thomas, draper. Low Glencairn street. 

MILNE, John (of Waterstone & Milne), house, 89 Portland street. 

Milne, Mrs., Rosebank, London road. 

MITCHELL, James, jobbing gardener, 19 Dean street. 

Mitchell, Robert (at Wm. Wallace & Co.'s), ho., Thomson street. 

Mitchell, Wilham, & Coy., tobacco manufacturers, 58 King street. 

Mitchell, Wilham (of Wm. Mitchell & Coy.), ho., Rosebank, London rd. 

Mitchell, Wilham, & Son, tailors, 13 Douglas street. 

Mitchell, Mrs. James, mangier, Titchfield street. 

Mitchell, Mrs. William, potato dealer, 15 Dean street. 

MOODIE, Hugh, printer, Beansburn. 

Moodie, John, precentor. North Hamilton street. 

Moodie, Agnes, teacher, Beansburn. 

MOFFAT, J. H., clog maker, 2 Waterloo st.; ho., 21 East Netherton st. 

MOOINEY, Hugh, slater and general jobber, 19 Sandbed street. 

MONTGOMERY, John C, clerk, Duke of Portland's Estate Office, 
Braehead. 

Montgomery, Thomas, carpet weaver. Grange street. 

Montgomery, Thomas, cowfeeder, 27 Back lane. 

MORISON, Alexander, wholesale and family grocer, Morris place. King 
street ; house, 3 Portland road. 

Morison, George, & Sons, steam fruit preserve makers, 68 Portland st. 

Morison, George, tea merchant and grocer, 68 Portland street; house, 
Lilyhill, Hih street. 

Morison, Robert, foreman baker. Mill lane. 



42 MORGAN. GENERAL DIRECTORY. M'ADAM. 

MORGAN, John, skinner, 23 High street. 

MORTON, Alexander, & Son, cutlers, engineers, machine makers, 

opticians, nautical instrument and telescope makers, John Finnic street. 
Morton, Alexander (of Alexander Morton & Son), house, 4 Langlands st. 
Morton, Andrew, storeman to J. Donald & Co., West George street; 

house, Strandhead. 
Morton, Charles, engineer and machine maker, Morton place. 
Morton, George, flesher, 85 Portland street. 

Morton, Hugh (of Dickie, Fowlds, & Co.), ho.. Laurel Bank, London rd. 
Morton, James (of Gilchrist & Morton), house, 53 Robertson place. 
Morton, James, carpet weaver, Douglas street. 
Morton, Mrs. John, grocer, &c.. Grange street. 
Morton, Mrs. Thomas, old workshops, Morton place. 
MOYES & Gowans, brewers, Kilmarnock Brewery, Grange street. 
Moyes, Robert (of Moyes & Gowans), ho., Kinfauns Lodge Portland road. 
MUIR, James, sergeant of Burgh Police, 15 East Netherton street. 
Muir, John Marshall, writer, 27 King street; residence. Bonny hill House, 

by Kilmarnock. 
Muir, Mathew, builder, 31 Bank street. 
Muir, Wilham, currier and leather merchant, 8 Titchfield street ; house, 

33 Grange street. 
Muir, Margaret, grocer, 4 Douglas street. 
Muir, Miss, shroud maker, 19 Bank street. 
MULLEN, Patrick, china and earthenware dealer, rag and waste 

merchant, Glencairn square. 
MUNRO, Peter, jobbing smith, 47 High Glencairn street. 
Munro, Mrs. John, Hcensed broker, Menford lane. 
MURCHIE, James (at Stewart Brothers, King street), house, 2 South 

Hamilton street. 
MURCHLAND, James, green grocer and gardener, 29 Fore street, 

and Dean street gardens. 
MURDOCH, Robert, grocer and spirit dealer, Princes st. 
Murdoch, Grace, dressmaker, 45 High Glencairn street. 
MURRAY, James, spirit dealer, 13 Cheapside street. 
Murray, George, drill instructor, A.Y.C., Montgomery street. 
Murray, John, foreman moulder, Glenfield Works, East Shaw street. 
Murray, Robert, dyer and scourer, Corn Exchange Buildings, Green st. 
MURPHY, Mrs. Jane, lodging-house keeper, 26 Fore street. 
MUSHAT, Hill, & Co., scotch bonnet manufacturers. Union street. 
Mushat, William (of Mushat, Hill, & Co.), house, Morton place. 
Mushat, James, draper, 5 West Langlands street. 
Mushat, John, weaver, Dean street. 

MUTTER, George, saddler, 31 Portland street ; house, 2 Clark terrace. 
M'ADAM, Frederick, 4 Robertson place. 
M'Adam, Mrs. Wm., flesher, 25 Bank street, and Kadikoi place. 



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M'ALISTER, GENERAL DIRECTORY. M'GAVIN. 



M'ALISTER, Charles, sergeant volunteer staff, house, 6 Dean street. 
M'Alister, James, surgeon, 113 King street; house, 64 King street. 
M'BRATNEY, William, foreman, waggon shop, Railway Works; house. 

8 Bonnyton square. 
M'C AFFRAY, Wilham, draper, 16 Cheapside street; house, 34 Fore st, 
M'CALL, William (of A. L. Clark & Coy.), house, 3 Langlands street. 
M'CALLUM, Samuel, spirit dealer, 40 High street. 
M'Callum, Mrs. John, 16 Croft street. 
M'CAMMON, Michael, tea dealer, Langlands street. 
M'CAW, John, wine and spirit merchant, 10 Regent street. 
M'CLURE, John, 21 Clark street. 

M'Clure, Mungo, burgh pohce constable, house. Hill street. 
M'COLL, Hugh (of George Hall & Coy.), ho., 14 North Hamilton street. 
M'Coll, Ann, grocer, 1 Witch road. 
M'CoU, Catherine, boys' dress maker, 1 Witch road. 
M'CONNELL, Edward & John, pawnbrokers, 18 J Bank street. 
M'CRACKEN, Andrew, senr., tailor and clothier, 37 Portland street ; 

house. Witch road. 
M'Cracken, And., junr., tailor and clothier, 37 Portland st.; ho.. Witch rd. 
M'CRAE, Robert, cooper and riddle maker, 24 Regent st. ; ho., 39 Fore st. 
M'Crae, William, cooper, 11 Waterloo street. 
M'Crae, William R., cooper, 61 Low Glencairn street. 
M'CREATH, Thomas, grocer, 23 Back street. 

M'CULLEY, Wilham^ spirit dealer, 54 and 56 Low Glencairn street. 
M'CIJLLOCH, David, Vulcan Foundry; house, Bellevue Cottage, 

Bonnyton road. 
M'Culloch, Thomas, Yulcan Foundry ; ho., Bellevue Cottage, Bonnyton rd. 
M'Culloch, Wilham, Yulcan Foundry; ho., 14 Duke street. 
M'Culloch, Mrs., Bellevue Cottage, Bonnyton road. 
M'CUTCHEON, Wilham, foreman engineer, Inkerman place. 
M'Cutcheon, William, sawyer, 4 West Langlands street. 
M'DERMID, Donald, bottler, 26 Waterloo street; ho,, 33 Soulis street. 
M'DONALD, Donald, cabinetmaker, 24 King street. 
M'EWING, Henry, lodging..-house keeper, 4 New street. 
M'FADZEN, James, commercial traveller, 23 Regent street. 
M'Fadzen, Mrs., grocer, 38 High street. 
M'FARLANE, John, spirit dealer, 20 Bank street. 
M'Farlane, John, hcensed broker and furniture dealer, 64 Fore street. 
M'Farlane, Matthew, foreman, Holm Foundry ; ho., 60 Low Glencairn st. 
M'FE DRIES, Hugh, boot and shoe maker, 13 Fore street. 
M'Fedries, Thomas, boot and shoe manufacturer, Queen street. 
M'Fedries, Thomas, spirit dealer, Burns' Tavern, Low Glencairn street. 
M'GARY, John, tailor and clothier, 16 Waterloo street. 
M'GAUN, Wilham, cowfeeder, Morton place. 
M'GAYIN, Wilham, weaving agent. 11 Robertson place. 



44 M^GEACHIN.- — GENERAL DIRECTORY. ]\r*LEAN. 

M'GEACHIN, G-eorge W., auctioneer, 65 Portland street. 
M'GEAN, Daniel, boot and shoe manufacturer, 17 Fore street. 
M'GOUGAN, Thomas (of Rankin & M'Gougan), house, Duke street, 

entrance from David's lane. 
M'GOUNE, Edward, licensed broker, 32 Strand street. 
M'GREGOR, Adam, foreman printer, Bishopfield Printwork ; house, 1 

High street. 
M'Gregor, Adam, photographer, Robertson's land. King street, entrance 

from Back lane. 
M'Gregor, John, draper, 97 King street ; house, 3 Croft street. 
M'Gregor, Peter, manager, Bishopfield Printwork, High street; house, 

Bowring place. Dean street. 
M'Gregor, Thomas, clerk, Bishopfield Printwork ; house, 60 Dean street. 
M'GXJIRE, John, spirit dealer, 21 Fore street. 
M'HOTJL, David, cowfeeder, 24 Dean street. 
M'Houl, James, printer, 27 Croft street. 
M'INDOE, Mrs. Robertson, dealer in unredeemed pledges, 10 Waterloo 

street; house, 16 Wellington street. 
M'INTYRE, James, manufacturer of home-made cloths, Dundonald rd. 
M'KAY, Archibald, bookseller and hbrarian, 124 King street. 
M'KENZIE, John (of Turnbull & M'Kenzie), ho., Dundonald road. 
M'Kenzie, John, flesher, 14 Strand street. 

M'Kenzie, Wm., foreman painter. Railway Works; ho., 1 Langlands st. 
M'Kenzie, Mrs. Hugh, Brougham place. Witch road. 
M'KERLIE,, Miss, Bible reader, 24 Welhngton street. 
M'KERRELL, Thomas, collector for friendly societies and bill poster, 

104 Titchfield street. 
M'KERROW, Andrew, agricultural implement maker, Beansburn. 
M'KIE, James, printer, bookbinder, bookseller, stationer, and news-agent, 

2 and 6 King street ; house. Alpha Cottage (West). 
M'KINLAY, Alexander, draper, 79 Titchfield street. 
M'Kinlay, Mrs. Robert, spirit dealer, 81 Titchfield street. 
M'KISSOCK, George, spiiit dealer, 7 St. Marnock street. 
M'KNIGHT, George, cowfeeder, 13 Wellington street. 
M'KORKIE, Mrs.., boarding-house keeper, 2 Henrietta street. 
M'LAREN, George (of Brown & M'Laren), ho., Gowanbrae, London rd. 
M'Laren, George, junr., sohcitor, 1 Cheapside street ; house, Gowanbrae, 

London road. 
M'L AUGHL AND, Jas., spirit dealer, Caledonian Tavern, 12 Waterloo st. 
M'Laughland, Jeremiah, Bowling Alley, Portland street ; house Clark st. 
M'Laughland, Neil, hcensed broker, 17 Strand street. 
M'Laughland, Robert, burgh constable. Low Glencairn street. 
M'LEAN, Andrew, hot presser and calenderer, 89 Titchfield street. 
M'Lean, Adam, manufacturer of home-made cloth, 6 East Shaw street. 
McLean, Andrew (of Wyllie & M'Lean), house, 91 Titchfield street. 



M'LEAN. — GENERAL DIRECTORY. ^NEILSON. 45 

M'Lean, William, clerk, 26 Wellington street. 

M'Lean, Peter (of William Campbell & Co.), Welbeck Printworks; 

house, 110 King street. 
M'LELLAND, Archibald, grocer and fish merchant, 42 and 46 Portland 

street ; house, 44 do. 
M'Lelland, John, ticket collector. Railway Station. 
M'Lelland, Peter, dyer, Ladeside ; house, 29 Grange street. 
M'Lelland, Miss, St. Mungo's Cottage, Clark street. 
M'MAHON, John, spirit dealer, 32 Fore street. 
M'MATH, John, sergeant of burgh pohce, Waterside street. 
]\1'MULDR0CH, John, joiner, Union street, entrance from High street. 
M'Muldroch, George, grocer, 9 Boyd street. 
M'MXJRCHIB, John, grocer. Park street. 

M'MURTRIE, Adam, Black Bull Hotel, 14 and 16 Portland street. 
M'Murtrie, John, grocer, Beansburn. 

M'NAB, Wilham, silk mercer and draper, 13 King st.; ho., 35 Hill st. 
M'NAUGHT, Turner, portioner, 87 Portland street. 
M'NAUGHTOlSr, Daniel, embroiderer, Bentinck Factory, Bentinck street. 
M'JSTaughton, John, criminal officer; house, 6 West Langlands st. 
M'NEIL, James, keeper of Reading-Room ; house, Strand street. 
M'PHAIL, James, tanner, 13 Fulton's lane. 
M'Phail, Wilham, skinner, 15 East George street. 
M'PHERSON, Daniel, Crown Hotel, Cheapside street. 
M'Pherson, John, carter, 33 Back street. 
M*QUADE, Peter, thatcher. Low Church lane. 
M'QXJEEN, David, fancy bread and biscuit baker, 81 King street. 
M'SKIMMING, Andrew (at C. & A. M. Samson's), John Finnie street 
M'YAIL, James, tailor, 5 Bouverie place. Grange street. 
M'YICAR, Alexander, miller. New Mill, by Kilmarnock. 
M'WHIR, John, Free High Church officer, 86 Portland street. 
M'WHIRTER, Thomas, baker, 8 Wellington street. 
M'WILLIAM, Mary, dressmaker, 4 High Glencairn street. 

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NAIRN, George, senr., blockcutter, Fowlds street. 

Nairn, George, junr., clerk, Fowlds street. 

National Bank of Scotland, office, 26 King street; James Wilson and 

James Stewart, agents. 
NEIL, John, grocer, 1 Morton place. 
Neil, Mrs. James, ironer and dresser, Robertson place. 
Neil, Margaret, grocer. Hill street. 
NEILSON, Andrew, baker, 26 Fore street. 
Neilson, James, draper. Park street. 
Neilson, Robert, seedsman, &c., 31 Fore street. 



46 NEW. GENERAL DIRECTOKY, PATRICK. 

New Public School, Fowlds street ; James Stevenson, teacher. 
NEWLANDS, John, jeweller and watchmaker, 22 Portland street. 
NISBET, Andrew, foreman boiler maker, Railway Works; house, 64 p 
Bonnyton square. , I 

Nisbet, Matthew, smith, Dunlop street. 
Nisbet, Thomas, skinner, 48 High street. 
NICOL, James, shoemaker, 39 Boyd street. 
NORYAL, James, foreman joiner, Railway Works ; ho., 68 Bonnyton sq. 

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OLIVER, Andrew, draper, 63 King street; house, Hawthorn Bank, 

London road. 
OHver, Hugh, burgh constable, Bentinck street. 
Ohver, Mrs. Andrew, senr., sewing agent. Back lane. 
ORR, WiUiam, manager to Charles RobiD & Coy., Croft street. 
OSBORNE, James, draper, Crown Inn Close, Cheapside. j 

Osborne, Wilham, 20 Princes street. "' 

OSTLER, James, colhery manager. Witch road. 



PAISLEY, James, carpet foreman, 4 Dean street. 

PARKER, Thomas, cowfeeder, 6 West Netherton street. 

PATERS ON, Andrew, picture frame maker, St. Andrew's street. 

Paterson, J., sewmg agent, West Netherton street. 

Pater son, John, flesher, 27 Fore street. 

Paterson, John, of&cer of Clerk's Lane E.U. Ch. ; ho.. Clerk's lane manse, 

Paterson, John, inspector of poor, Kilmarnock House ; ho., Clark street. 

Paterson, John, waiter, George Hotel ; house, 77 Portland street. 

Paterson, Robert, spirit dealer, 6 West George street. 

Paterson, Wilham, 1 West Langlands street. 

Paterson, Mrs., mangier, 36 Hill street. 

Paterson, Catherine, dressmaker, 80 Titchfield street. 

PATON, Hugh (of W. Samson & Coy.), ho., Yiewvilla, Hill street, 

Paton, James, flesher, Witch road. 

Paton, John, bonnet manufacturer, 28 High street. 

Paton, John, plasterer, 11 West Langlands street. 

Paton, Robert, smith and ironmonger, 57 Strand street; ho., 12 Hill st. 

Paton, Robert (of W. Samson & Coy.), house, Yiewvilla, Hill street. 

Paton, Thomas, flesher, 35 Hill street. 

PARTRIDGE, George, tailor and clothier, 5 Waterloo street; and spirit 

dealer, at house, 9 High Glencairn street. 
PATRICK, Mrs., midwife, 14 Robertson place. 



PATRICK. GENERAL DIRECTORY. RAMAGE, 47 

Patrick, Misses, Ladies' Seminary, Jolin Finnie street. 

PAXTON, George, & Sons, brewers, Richardland Brewery. 

Paxton, George (of George Paxton & Sons), house, Richardland House. 

Paxton, James (of George Paxton & Sons), house, Bellsford Bank, off 

East Netherton street. 
Paxton, John, M.D., Edin., Winton place, Dundonald road. 
Paxton, Jeanie, dressmaker, 81 Titchfield street. 
PEDEN, John, & Co., coachbuilders, 7 and 9 Bank street. 
Peden, Wilham, 28 Back street. 
PEEBLES, John, chimney sweeper. Strand street. 
PERRY, Bernard, chimney sweeper, 44 Fore street. 
PETRIE, David, & Son, Grange street. 
PETRIE, Thomas (of David Petrie & Son), 13 Grange street. 
PHILLIPS, David, grocer and spirit dealer, 80 Hill street; house, 62 do. 
Phillips, Mrs., ladies' sick nurse, Titchfield street. 
PICKEN, James Hunter, Burnside House, London road, and Hillhouse 

Lodge, near Fenwick. 
PITT, David, senr., potato merchant, 27 and 29 Regent street. 
Pitt, David, Junr., potato merchant, 27 and 29 Regent street. 
POLLOCK, Charles, grocer, 14 High Glencairn street; house, 12 High 

Glencairn street. 
Pollock, Wihiam, hair dresser, 4 Market lane. ; house, 45 King st. 
POLLARD, Benjamin, manufacturer, 22 East Shaw street. 
PORTER, Alexander, spirit dealer, 32 Langlands street, 
Portland Forge Coy., Forge street, off Bonnyton road. 
Post Office, Queen street ; David Rankin, postmaster. 
PRIDE, Wilham, manager, Kilmarnock Foundry, 33 Dean street. 

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QTJIN, Ennis, hcensed broker, 40 Fore street. 
Quin, Patrick, china merchant, 36 Fore street. 
Quin, Thomas, licensed broker, 24 Fore street. 

RAE, David, clothier, 18 Cheapside street. 

Rae, Samuel, boot and shoe manufacturer, 15 Park street. 

RAEBURN, John, portioner. High street. 

RAILTON, Robert (of Gregory, Thomson's & Coy.), Deanside House, 

Beansburn. 
Railton, William, architect and civil engineer, St. Marnock place ; house, 

Grange terrace, Irvine road. 
Railton, Mrs. John, portioner, London road. 
RAMAGE, Adam, Dean House, near Kilmarnock, 



48 RAMAGE. GENEBAL DIRECTORY. RICHMOND. 

Hamage, Rev. Thos., minister of Reformed Pl-esbyterian Church, Mill lane. 
RAMSAY, James, grocer and spirit dealer, 18 Boyd street. 
Ramsay, William, builder, St. Andrew's street. 
RANKIN, David (of Wm. Rankin & Son), house, Barbadoes Bank, 

Dundonald road. 
Rankin, James, watch and clockmaker and jeweller, 82 King street ; ho.^ 

Summerlee Cottage, South Hamilton street. 
Rankin, James, surgeon, 60 Portland street. 

Rankin, John B. (of Wm. Rankin & Son), house, Barbadoes Bank. 
Rankin, Robert, spirit dealer, 9 Regent street. 
Rankin, W. & J., drapers, 13 Titchfield street. 
Rankin, William, general jobber, 122 King street. 
Rankin, Wilham, & Coy., pharmaceutical chemists, 7 King street. 
Rankin, William (of Wilham Rankin & Coy.), chemist, house, Belmont 

House, Grange terrace. 
Rankin & M'Gougan, pawnbrokers, Duke st., entrance from' David's lane; 
Rankin, William (of Rankin & M'Gougan), 13 Titchfield street. 
Rankin, Wilham, & Son, wine and spirit merchants, 96 King street 
Rankin, Mrs., baker, 6 Duke street. 
Rankin, Miss, Wallace Bank, Welhngton street. 
RAYNER, John, officer of inland revenue, Park lane. 
READiNG-Room, 5 Portland street ; John Steven, secretary. 
REID, Charles, senr., road surveyor, Lillymount Cottage, Clark street. 
Reid, Charles, junr., pavier and contractor, Lillymount Cottage, Clark st. 
Reid, Hugh, Pleasantfield Cottage, Witch road. 
Reid, Hugh (of John Reid & Son), house, 1 Henrietta street. 
Reid, James Carse (of W. & T. Samson), house, 10 Rosebank, oU 

London road. 
Reid, John, & Son, house painters and decorators, 51 Portland street. 
Reid, John (of John Reid & Son), 49 Portland street. 
Reid, John, foreman gardener, 10 Rosebank, off London road. 
Reid, John, Portland Printworks, off Welbeck street; house, Queen street. 
Reid, Robert, & Co., cabinetmakers and upholsterers, 94 King street. 
Reid, Robert (of Reid & Co.), 94 King street. 
Reid, Mrs. Hugh, mangier. Back lane. 
Reid, Mrs. Hugh, Clark street. 

Reid, Ehzabeth, boarding-house keeper, 2 West George street. 
RENNIE, James, carpet weaver, 12 Boyd street. 
Rennie, John, staff sergeant of enrolled pensioners, Titchfield street. 
REYBURN, Hugh T. (of Douglas, Reyburn, & Co.), ho., Portland rd. 
Reyburn, Mrs. James, milhner, 1 Titchfield street. 
RiCHARDLAND Brcwcry, off Bentinck street ; George Paxton & Sons. 
RICHMOND, Andrew, millwright and engineer, Bentinck street ; house,. 

Fowlds street. 
Richmond, Archibald, spirit merchant, Portland Arms Inn, Cross. 



RICHMOND. GENERAL DIRECTORY. ROME. 49 

Richmond, George, grocer, 49 Grange street. 

Richmond, John (of P. Ritchie & Co.), house, West Park, Dundonald rd. 

Richmond, John, spirit dealer, 71 Portland st.; house, 4 Henrietta st. 

Richmond, John, baby linen warehouse, 9 Queen street. 

Richmond, Janet, dressmaker, 2 Mill lane. 

KID DELL, Thomas, store keeper, Railway Workshops. 

RITCHIE, James, spirit dealer, Kay Tavern, 15 Fore street. 

Ritchie, Lawrence, viohnist. East Netherton street. 

Ritchie, Peter, & Co., military forage cap and Scotch bonnet manufacturers, 
20 Welhngton street. 

Ritchie, Peter (of Peter Ritchie & Co.), ho., West Park, Dundonald rd. 

Ritchie, WiUiam, foreman engineer, Inkerman place. 

River Bank Printwork, Mill road, off Welbeck street. 

ROBB, Charles, & Coy., Glasgow and Kilmarnock carriers, Wheat Sheaf 
Inn, Croft street. 

Robb, Daniel, tailor, Waterside street. 

Robb, Mrs. James, Wheat Sheaf Inn, Croft street. 

ROBERTSON, Alexander, Kilmarnock Forge, Townholm. 

Robertson, Andrew, Kilmarnock Forge, Townholm. 

Robertson, Daniel, grocer, 42 Low Glencairn street. 

Robertson, James, flesher. High Glencairn street. 

Robertson, James, junr., solicitor, 14 Duke st.; ho., 36 High Glencairn st. 

Robertson, James, temperance coffee house, 29 Portland street. 

Robertson, John, Kilmarnock Forge, Townholm. 

Robertson, John, foreman skinner, Souhs street. 

Robertson, Rev. Patrick W., minister, Free High Church ; manse, Monk- 
land Lodge, London road. 

Robertson, Robert, grocer, 11 Glencairn square. 

Robertson, R. C, painter, paper-hanger, and gilder, glazier, and glass 
merchant, 46 King street ; house, Morningside Villa, Portland road. 

Robertson, Thomas, foreman pattern maker, Inkerman place. 

Robertson, William, senr., flesher, 9 Waterloo street. 

Robertson, WiUiam, junr., flesher, 72 Portland street. 

Robertson, William P., manager, Moorfield brick and tile works, by Kil- 
marnock; house, Gargieston Cottage. 

RODGER, Andrew, keeper of Billiard-Room, West George street; 
house, Rosebank, Townholm, 

Rodger, James, clerk, Post-Office ; house, Fowlds street. 

Rodger, James D., spirit dealer, Reform Tavern, 65 Fore street. 

Rodger, Margaret, Kadikoi place, North Hamilton street. 

Rodgers, James H., Elmslie, London road. 

ROME, George, senr., lathsplitter. West Langlands street. 

Rome, George, junr., lathsplitter and fruit merchant, 82 Portland street j 
house, 69 do. 

Rome, James, joiner, 15 West Langlands street. 



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ROME. GENERAL DIRECTORY. SHAW. 



Rome, James, grocer and spirit dealer, 14 Wellington street. 

ROSE, James, teacher, Langlands street. 

ROSS, George, designer in paper-hangings, flower cloths, and oil table 

covers, and block cutter ; house, Braeside ; workshops, London road. 
ROWAT, & Co., spirit dealers, 4 Green street. 
Rowat, James, foreman builder, West Netherton street. 
Royal Bank of Scotland, office, 32 Portland st.; Gumming & Main, agents. 
ROXBURGH, Hugh, confectioner, 14 King street ; house, Clark street. 
Roxburgh, Miss, teacher, Female School of Industry, West Netherton st. 
RUNCIE, Samuel, clothier, 7 Portland street ; house, St. Andrew's street. 
RUSSELL, Charles, wood turner, Princes street. 
Russell, Ebenezer, wood turner, 19 East George street. 
Russell, James, spirit dealer, Thatched Cottage, 1 Dean lane. 
Russell, James, teacher. Mission House, West Shaw street. 
Russell, John, shoemaker and blacking manufacturer, 13 Bank street. 
Russell, Robert, cutler, 69 Portland street. 
Russell, Thomas, assistant inspector of poor, Kilmarnock House ; house, 

Mill road, off Welbeck street. 
Russell, William, shirtmaker, hosier, and milliner, 44 King street. 

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SAMSOIS", C. & A. M., wood merchants, John Finnie street. 

Samson, William, & Co., seedsmen, 3 Cheapside street ; seed stores, 30 
Nelson street. 

Samson, W. & T., nurserymen and florists, 3 Cheapside street, and Rose- 
bank, off London road. 

Samson, Mrs., green grocer and confectioner, 34 Bank street. 

Samson, Miss Mary, Burnside House, London road. 

SANDS, James, grocer and spirit dealer, Titchfielcj street. 

SAWER, James (of Wight & Sawer), house, 24 Robertson place. 

SCOTT, James, fruiterer, Duke street. 

Scott, WiUiam, contractor, Dundonald road. 

Scott, Miss, Fortacre Cottage, Witch road. 

SCOULAR, Gavin, 50 Portland street. g 

Scoular, Gavin, junr , 50 Portland street. g, 

Scoular, Michael, grocer and provision merchant, 52 Portland street ; ho., 
Victoria Cottage, Witch road. 

SHANNON, Alexander, foreman smith, Raflway Workshops ; house, 71 
Bonnyton square. 

SHAW, Hugh, teller. Commercial Bank of Scotland ; ho., Dundonald rd. 

Shaw, Hugh, builder and general jobber, 18 St. Andrew's street. 

Shaw, John, flesher, 15 St. Marnock street. 

Shaw, William, flesher and ham curer, Dunlop street. 



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SHEARER. GENERAL DIRECTORY. SOMERVAIL. 51 

SHEARER, John, spirit dealer, 10 West L an glands street. 

Shearer, Robert, weaving agent, 18 East Netherton street. 

SHIELDS, Henry, grocer, head of High street. 

Shields, John, baker. High Glencairn street. 

SHINNIN, Andrew, gardener, Hill street. 

SIMPSON, David, burgh pohee constable, North Hamilton street. 

Simpson, John, solicitor, 8 Duke st.; ho., Hunter's Hill, off John Finnie st. 

Simpson, Wilham, Dundonald road. 

SINCLAIR. James, post-runner to Symington ; house, Souhs street. 

Sinclair, John, Commercial Inn, Croft street. 

SLOAN,, Wilham, grocer and spirit dealer, 22 Soulis street. 

SMITH, Alexander, session clerk, and classical teacher, Kilmarnock 

Academy ; house, Titchfield street. 
Smith, Alexander, grocer and provision dealer, 41 Robertson place. 
Smith Brothers, stationers, printers, lithographers, &c., 30 King street. 
Smith, David, weaving agent, 40 Robertson place. 
Smith, Ebenezer, writer, and agent for the British Linen Coy. Bank, 63 

Portland street. 
Smith, George, upholsterer, 3 Fulton's lane. 
Smith, Rev. George J., C. C. St. Joseph's, Hill street. 
Smith, James, clothier, 32 King street. 
Smith, James, silk mercer and draper, Morris place, King street ; house. 

Grange terrace, Irvine road. 
Smith, James, grocer, 32 Robertson place. 
Smith, James, pharmaceutical chemist. Apothecary's Hall, 62 King street ; 

house, Etruria Bank, Portland terrace. 
Smith, James (of R. Grieve & Son), 26 Portland street. 
Smith, John, bookseller, and agent for the "Ayr Advertiser," 20 Portland 

street; house, Hunter's Hill, off John Finnie street. 
Smith, John, burgh police constable, Waterloo street. 
Smith, John, Greenbank, Hill street. 
Smith, Mathew, grocer and spirit dealer, 42 High Glencairn street ; ho., 

2 Glencairn square. 
Smith, Matthew (of Smith and Wallace), ho., Brougham place, Witch rd. 
Smith, Robert, weaving agent. West Netherton street. 
Smith, Thomas (of Smith Brothers), house, Bowring place, Dean street. 
Smith, Wilham, cowfeeder, 5 London road. 
Smith, William, carpet foreman, Nelson street. 
Smith and Wallace, accountants, house factors, and insurance agents, 

11 King street. 
Smith, Mrs. James, register office for servants, 41 Titchfield street. 
Smith, Agnes, dressmaker, 40 Robertson place. 
Smith, Jane, grocer and provision merchant, 30 Fore street. 
SOMERVAIL, John, foreman baker, Hill street. 
Soraervail, William, Braeside Spinning Mill, and Hapland Mills, Dunlop. 



52 SPEIKS. GENERAL DIRECTORY. STEWART. 

SPEIRS, Mrs., boarding-house keeper, 18 Croft street. 

SPENCE, William, weavers' agent, West Shaw street. 

Springy ALE Seminary, Dundonald road ; Misses MacGrlashan. 

"Standard" Printing Office, 23 Croft street. 

STEEL, Alexander, grocer and spirit dealer, 12 High street. 

Steel, Hugh, grocer and victualler, 70 Portland street. 

Steel, J., spirit dealer, 9 Waterloo street. 

Steel, John, grocer and victualler, 2 Langlands street. 

Steel, John, boot and shoe manufacturer, 76 King street ; ho., 26 Bank st. 

Steel, Wilham, engine-keeper, 37 Boyd street. 

Steel, Mrs. John, spirit dealer. Star Inn, Regent street. 

STEPHEN, Andrew, hosier, 1041 King street. 

Stephen, Andrew, foreman blockcutter, 11 Douglas street. 

STEVEN, John, sohcitor, notary pubHc, and insurance agent, 4 East 
Greorge street ; house, Clyde \"illa, Dundonald road. 

Steven, Samuel, glass and china merchant, 85 King street ; house, North 
Hamilton street. 

Stevens, Hugh, toy and brush merchant, 71 King street ; house, John 
Finnie street. 

STEVENSON, Alexander, tapestry carpet weaver, 10 West George st. 

Stevenson, David, clerk. Post Office, Fowlds street. 

Stevenson, Humphrey, & Son, wool, yarn, and insurance agents, 8 East 
George street. 

Stevenson, James, teacher. New Public School, Fowlds st. ; ho. 38 King st. 

Stevenson, J. T. (of Humphrey Stevenson & Son), house. Princes street. 

Stevenson, John, cowfeeder, Welbeck street 

Stevenson, John G., saddler, 3 King street ; house, Dundonald road. 

Stevenson, John Vallance, 22 West Netherton street. 

Stevenson, Robert, shoe manufacturer, New street. 

Stevenson, Thomas, printer, stationer, bookseller, and news-agent, 4 Port- 
land street ; house, Rankin's Buildings, Regent street. 

Stevenson, WilUam, Dean place, Witch road. 

STEWART, Alexander Morris (of Stewart Brothers), ho., 36 Portland rd. 

Stewart, Andrew Dunlop (of Stewart Brothers), ho., Viewvilla, London rd, 

Stewart, Andrew, clothier, St. Marnock street. 

Stewart Brothers, clothiers, 31 and 33 King street. 

Stewart, James, solicitor, and banker, National Bank of Scotland ; house, 
Cavendish House, 3 Portland terrace. 

Stewart, James, teacher, Clark Street School 

Stewart, John, licensed broker, 23 Fore street. 

Stewart, John (of Stewart Brothers), clothiers ; Shawhill House, Hurlford. 

Stewart, John, Water Coy.'s Office, Mill lane. 

Stewart, John, bonnet maker. Union street. 

Stewart, John, portioner, 10 Fore street. 

Stewart, John, hatter, 12 King street; house, 10 Fore street. 



STEWART. GENERAL DIRECTORY. TAYLOR. 53 

Stewart, Robert, baker, Titchfield street. 

Stewart, Robert, boiler-maker, North Hamilton street. 

Stewart, Robert, joiner, 18 High Glencairn street. 

Stewart, Samuel, grocer and spirit dealer, 9 Glencairn square. 

Stewart, Thomas, & Sons, ironmongers, 13 and 15 Regent street. 

Stewart, Thomas (of Thomas Stewart & Sons), house, Portland terrace. 

Stewart, Thomas, spirit dealer and cork manufacturer, Waterloo street. 

Stewart, William, grocer and spirit dealer, 18 Low Glencairn street. 

Stewart, William A., Alpha Cottage (East), Park lane. 

Stewart, William (of Charles Brown & Coy.), house, 6 West George st. 

Stewart, Mrs. Hugh, milliner, 11 Wellington street. 

Stewart, Miss, Alpha Cottage (East), Park lane. 

Stewart, Miss, Gardenhill, Hill street. 

STIRLING, James, locomotive superintendent, G, & S.-W. Railway; 

house, Hill street. 
Stirling, Miss Jane, grocer, Kadikoi place, Bonnyton road. 
STOBO, Rev. E. J., baptist minister, Henrietta street. 
STRANG, Allan, 27 Portland road. 
STURROCK, John, writer, sub-distributor of stamps, and sub-collector 

of land and assessed taxes, Duke street ; ho., Green House, Green st. 
Sturrock, Peter (of Allan Gilmour & Co.), Hurlford Colliery; house, 

London road. 
St. Joseph's C. School, Low Church lane ; Rose Boyle, teacher. 
SXJLTER, Alexander, bonnet manufacturer, 22 Boyd street. 
Suiter, Ann, dressmaker and milhner, 12 Wellington street. 
SUTCLIFFE, Benjamin, spirit dealer, 44 Low Glencairn street. 
SUTHERLAND, George, funeral society collector, 13 Mill lane. 
SYM, John, officer, Free St. Andrew's Church ; house, 2 Fowlds street. 
SYMINGTON, Rev, John, minister, King Street U.P. Church ; house, 

Dundonald road. 



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TAIT, Alexander, green grocer, Titchfield street. 

TANNAHILL, Robert, tailor, 16 Low Glencairn street. 

Tannahill, Wm., foreman mason. West Netherton street. 

TANNOCK, James, carpet weaver, Welbeck street. 

Tannock, Robert, carter and storeman, 20 Braeside street. 

Tannock, Robert, junr., draper, 9 King street; house, 10 Rill street. 

Tannock, Robert, salesman to A. Finnic & Son, Braefoot; house. 

Brougham place, Witch road. 
Tannock, William, artist and photographer, 4 Grange street. 
TAYLOR, James, joint agent Clydesdale Bank, 61 Portland street; ho , 

1 Princes street. 



54 TAYLOE. GENERAL DIRECTORY. THOMSON. 

Taylor, James, grocer and victualler, 8 Wellington st. ; ho., Beansburn. 

Taylor, James, clothier, 54 King street ; ho., Hillside Cottage, Clark st. 

Taylor & Hood, fleshers and ham ciirers, 4 and 6 Fore street. 

Taylor, R. W., teacher, Kilmarnock Reformatory School. 

Taylor, Thomas, sheriff officer, 6Q Portland street. 

Taylor, William, sheriff and burgh officer. 6Q Portland street. 

Taylor, William (of Cuthbertson & Taylor), house, London road. 

Taylor, WiUiam (of Taylor & Hood), house, 9 Portland street. 

Taylor, Mrs., Moorfield House, by Kilmarnock. 

Taylor, Mrs., 66 Fore street 

Telegraph Office, Railway Station ; W. Malcolm, clerk in charge. 

TEMPLETON, George (of John Templeton & Son), ho., 10 Clark street. 

Templeton, Hugh, grocer and spirit dealer, 74 Fore street. 

Templeton, Hugh B., sawyer, Inkerman place, Bonnyton road. 

Templeton, James (of Templeton & Turnbull), house, Hill street. 

Templeton, John, & Son, cheese and grain merchants, 8 Croft street, 

Templeton, John (of John Templeton & Son), house, 10 Clark street. 

Templeton, John, baker, 12 Titchfield street. 

Templeton, Robert, draper, 60 King street ; house, Whin Cottage, South 

BLamilton street. 
Templeton, Robert, jobbing gardener, 34 Hill street. 
Templeton & Turnbull, joiners, 96 Portland street. 
Templeton, William, letter carrier, 45 Robertson place. 
Templeton, Mrs. Margaret, grocer and victualler, 28 Bank street. 
Templeton, Miss, grocer, 14 Dean street. 

Templeton, Mary, milhner and dressmaker, 22 West Netherton street. 
THOMSON, Allan, truck superintendent, Glasgow As South- Western 

Railway ; house, 78 Hill street. 
Thomson, Alexander, boot and shoe manufacturer, 68 Fore street. 
Thomson, Andrew, grocer, 88 Titchfield street. 
Thomson, Andrew, spirit dealer, 128 King street. 
Thomsons Brothers, Scotch and English warehouse, haberdashers, hosiers, 

small ware, and Berlin wool merchants, 29 King street. 
Thomson, Charles, officer of King Street U.P. Church; house, King street. 
Thomson, George, builder and general jobber. Dean lane. 
Thomson, George, railway guard, 1 Langlands street. 
Thomson, Ivie, v^erger of Trinity Episcopal Church ; ho., St. Marnock pi. 
Thomson, James, plumber, 20 Waterloo street. 

Thomson, James, house-factor, &c., 27 King street ; ho., 9 Princes street. 
Thomson, James, grocer and victualler, 7 Regent street ; ho., Prhaces st. 
Thomson, James, manufacturer of winceys, 2 Welbeck street. 
Thomson, J. & M., drapers, 45 King street. 

Thomson, John (of J. & M. Thomson), house, 3 Langlands street. 
Thomson, John, tinsmith, gasfitter, & adjuster of weights & measures, King st. 
Thomson, John, 2 Grange terrace, Irvine road. 



THOMSON. GENERAL DIRECTORY. — TURNBULL. 55 

Thomson, Rev. John, minister, St. Marnock's Ch. ; manse, 1 Portland ter. 

Thomson, J. & W., grain and flour merchants, 6 King st. ; store. Regent st. 

Thomson, John (of J. & W. Thomson), house. Witch road. 

Thomson, John A., Wardend House, Grange street. 

Thomson, Neil, clerk, British Linen Company Bank, 63 Portland st. 

Thomson, Robert, bonnet dresser, 45 Back street. 

Thomson, Rev. Robert, assistant minister of St. Marnock's Church ; ho., 

Witch road. 
Thomson, Robert (of W. & M. Thomson), ho.. The Cottage, Crookedhohn. 
Thomson, Thomas, rope and twine manufacturer, Kilmarnock Rope Work,, 

3 Langlands brae. 
Thomson, Thomas, carter, 41 High street. 

Thomson, Wilham (of Thomsons Brothers), ho., Brougham pi, Witch rd. 
Thomson, William, letter carrier, 26 Nelson street. 
Thomson, Wilham, & Son, hat and cap manufacturers, and furriers, Morris- 

place, 39 King street. 
Thomson, Wilham (of Wilham Thomson & Son), house, Bowring place, 

Dean street. 
Thomson, William (of J. & W. Thomson), house, South Hamilton street. 
Thomson, W. & M., manufacturers, Crookedholm. 
Thomson, Mrs. David, ladies' sick nurse, 41 Titchfield street. 
Thomson, Mrs. Joseph, Witch road. 

Thomson, Mrs. Robert, glue and size maker. College Wynd. 
Thomson, Miss, at James S. Gregory's, Townend. 
Thomson & Bruce, dressmakers, St. Marnock street. 
THORBURN, Thomas, boot and shoe manufacturer, Titchfield street. 
Titchfield Foundry, Titchfield street ; John Bicket & Son. 
TODD, James, rope and twine manufacturer, entrance from 1 Robertson 

place ; house, St. Andrew's street. 
Todd, Matthew (of Dreghorn & Aitken), 79 King street. 
Todd, Catherine, Morris lane. 
TOLL, John, fruit merchant, 25 Portland street. 
TONNER, John, licensed broker. Low Church lane. 
TORRANCE, Alex., wholesale and retail confectioner, High Glencairn st, 
Torrance, Alexander, green grocer, 4 Fore street ; house, Pointhouse, 

Dundonald road. 
Torrance, John, sohcitor, 87 King st.; house, Yiewfield, Dundonald rd. 
TOWERS, Wilham, baker ; house, 3 W^est Langlands street. 
TowNHEAD District School, Union street ; D. Ferguson, teacher. 
TURNBULL, Andrew (of Templeton & TurnbuU), ho., 4 Langlands brae. 
TurnbuU, John P., boot and shoe merchant, 1 King st.; house, 77 do. 
Turnbull, John, boot and shoe manufacturer, 45 Portland street ; house,. 

Bowring place, Dean street. 
Turnbull & M'Kenzie, clothiers, 61 King street. 
Turnbull, Robert (of Turnbull & M'Kenzie), house, 4 Langlands brae. 



56 TURNER. GENERAL DIRECTORY. WALLACE. 

TURNER & Ewing, aerated water manufacturers, Mill lane. 

Turner, Frederick J., factor for the Duke of Portland, Braehead, Kil- • 

marnock ; house, The Dean, by Kilmarnock. 
Turner, John (of Turner & Ewing), house, 18 Mill lane. 



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Union Bank of Scotland, office, Bank st. ; R. & D. C. Gairdner, agents. 
URIE, Mrs. James, 17 Clark street. 

Wales, Hugh, innkeeper. Rainbow Hotel, 5 King street. 
WALKER, Alexander (of John Walker & Sons), house, Wallace Bank, 

Wellington street. 
Walker, Andrew, innkeeper, George Hotel, Portland street. 
Walker, James, grocer, 25 Titchfield street. 
Walker, James, baker, Morton place. 
Walker, John, & Sons, agents for Steel, Coulson, & Company, brewers, 

Edinburgh and Glasgow, 25 King street. 
Walker, John, & Sons, wine and spirit merchants, 25 King street. 
Walker, Robert, coalmaster, Fairhe Colhery ; ho., Green House, Green st. 
Walker, William G., manager. Gas Works ; house. Gas Cottage, Park st. 
Walker, Mrs. John, Glenbank Cottage, India street. 
WALLACE, Angus, British Linen Company Bbnk, 63 Portland street. 
Wallace, Duncan, burgh police constable. East l^etherton street. 
Wallace, Fullerton, tailor, 1 Bridge lane. 
Wallace, George, grocer, 27 Robertson place. 

Wallace, Hugh, mason and contractor, Montgomery place, Hill street. 
Wallace, James, builder and contractor, 23 Portland road. 
Wallace, James, coachman, Braehead Cottage, London road. 
Wallace, James, pawnbroker, 18 Cheapside street ; ho., Bentinck street. 
Wallace, James, weaver, 27 East Shaw street. 
Wallace, John, grocer, 5 West Shaw street. 

Wallace, John (of Smith & Wallace), ho., Burnside Cottage, London rd. , 
Wallace, John, pawnbrokers' assistant, 18 Cheapside st ; ho., Bentinck st. 
Wallace, Robert, foreman shoemaker at A. L. Clark & Co.'s.; house, 

29 Clark street. 
Wallace, Robert, jobbing gardener. West Shaw street. 
Wallace, Ross, tobacco manufacturer, 55 King street ; house, Fairy Hill 

Cottage, Park lane. 
Wallace, William, & Co., grocers, wine and spirit merchants, 55 Portland st. 



WALLACE. GENERAL DIRECTORY. WILSON. 57 

Wallace, William, spirit dealer, 8 London road. 

Wallace, Misses, Halket Park, Hill street. 

WARDROP, Alexander, tanner, 19 East George street. 

WARK, Miss, Alma Cottage, Witch road. 

WATSON, George, manufacturer and warehouseman, 28 Portland road. 

Watson, James, writer, 88 King street; house, 19 West Shaw street. 

Watson & Company, hthographers, 32 King street. 

Watson, John (of Watson & Coy.), house, Nelson street. 

Watson, John, engineer and smith, West Netherton street. 

Watson, Robert, wine and spirit merchant, 2 St. Marnock street. 

Watson, William, pattern-maker, Glenfield Foundry, East Shaw street. 

WATT, Hugh, grocer and victualler, 9 Cheapside street. 

Watt, John, Maryfield Yilla, Dundonald road. 

Watt, Magdehne, grocer, 24 Robertson place. 

WATERSTONE & Milne, general drapers, 100 King street. 

Waterstone, Adam (of Waterstone k Milne), house, St. Marnock street. 

WAUGH, Thomas, inspector of poor for Riccarton, accountant, house 

& land factor, & insurance agent, 10 Portland st.; ho., 43 Titchfield st. 
WEBSTER, Rev. Alexander, minister of the second charge of the Low 

Church ; house, Edgehill Manse, London road. 
WEIR, James (of Wm. Mitchell & Co.), tobacco manufacturers ; house, 

Mountgean House, Boyd street. 
Weir, Mrs. William, grocer, 45 Robertson place. 
WIGHT & Sawer, clothiers. Queen street. 

Wight, Hugh (of Wight & Sawer), ho., Hope Cottage, South Hamilton st. 
Wight, Hugh, cowfeeder, Hope Cottage, South Hamilton street. 
WILLOCK, James, skinner, Soulis street. 
Willock, WiUiam, druggists' assistant, 56 King street. 
WILLIAMSON, John, draper, and manufacturer of baby linen and 

ladies' underclothing, 16 Bank street; house, 30 Portland road. . 
WILLISON, George, clerk, Fiscal's office, St. Marnock st.; ho.. Witch rd. 
WILSON, Alexander, spirit merchant, Albion Tavern, 3 Market lane. 
Wilson, Andrew, grocer, 10 High Glencairn street. 
Wilson, Hugh, & Son, carpet manufacturers, Grange street. 
Wilson, Hugh, senr. (of Hugh Wilson & Son), house, 17 Bank street. 
Wilson, Hugh, junr. (of Hugh Wilson & Son), ho., Bellsbrae, Titchfield st. 
Wilson & Harvie, block cutters and type founders, Bentinck street. 
Wilson, James, agent of the National Bank of Scotland; house, Shaw 

Bank, East Shaw street. 
Wilson, James S., Shaw Bank^ East Shaw street. 
Wilson, James, Spinning Mill, Menford lane; house, 42 Portland road. 
Wilson, James, spirit merchant, 1 Mill lane. 
Wilson, John, draper, 27 King street. 
Wilson, John, joiner, 37 Waterside street. 
Wilson, Joseph (of Wilson & Harvie), house, 9 Robertson place. 



58 WILSON. GENERAL DIRECTORY. YUILLE. 

Wilson, Matthew, bookseller, stationer, and news-agent, 32 Duke street. 

Wilson, Robert, gardener, 18 Braeside street. 

Wilson, William, jobbing gardener, 34 Mill lane. 

Wilson, Mrs. Robert, spirit dealer, 118 King street. 

WOOD, William, grocer and potato merchant, Titchfield street. 

WOODBURN, Misses, "The Brae" Cottage, Beansburn. 

WRIGHT, James, jobbing gardener, 14 Braeside street. 

Wright, John, potato merchant, 31 Fore street. 

Wright, Mary, china and earthenware dealer, 47 High Glencairn street. 

W YLLIE, Alexander, grocer, Sandbed street ; house, 30 Duke street. 

Wyllie, Daniel, teacher. East George Street School ; ho., 30 Boyd street. 

Wylhe, James, draper and clothier, 16 Douglas street. 

Wylhe, James, & Son, wincey manufacturers, 4 Hill st., and 39 Portland st. 

Wyllie, James, carpet weaver, 14 Boyd street. 

Wylhe, John (of Wylhe & M'ljean), house, St. Andrew's street. 

Wylhe, John, family grocer and wine merchant, 12 and 14 Cheapside st.; 

house, 17 St. Marnock street. 
Wyllie, John, letter carrier, Fowlds street. 
Wyllie & M'Lean, coachmakers, 65 Portland street. 
Wyllie, Robert, manufacturer of winceys, delaines, &c., 69 Titchfield st. 
Wyllie, Thomas, shoemaker, 14 Boyd street. 
Wyllie, Wilham, hosier, 85 Titchfield street. 
Wylhe, Wilham, skinner, 17 Fulton's lane. 
Wyllie, Mrs., portioner, 23 High street. 
Wyllie, Misses, Holmhead House, Kilmarnock. I j 

Wylhe, Janet, 33 Clark street. 
Wylhe, Mary, mangier, 39 Bank street. 

Y 

YEATS, Andrew, Woodhill Colhery ; house, Tay Cottage, Hill street. 

Yeats, Robert, coalmaster. Grange Colliery; house, Gardenhill, Hill st. 

YOUNG, John, cook and confectioner, Royal Hotel, 98 King street. 

Young, Matthew (of Finnic & Young), house, 8 Regent street. 

Young, Thomas, chemist and druggist, 57 King st.; ho., Kirktonholm st. 

Young, Thomas, burgh pohce constable, Bentinck street. 

Young, Rev. Wilham, minister of Free St. Andrew's Church; manse, 

Spotland Lodge, Portland terrace. 
Young, William, grocer, 1 Souhs street. 
Young, Mrs. A. H., Springbank, Wellington street. 
Young, Mrs. Robert, furrier and dyer, 4 St. Marnock place. 
YUILLE, David (of Robert Yuille & Son), house, 5 Fowlds street. 
Yuille, George, slater, 1 Garden street. 

Yuille, James M. (of Robert Yuille & Son), 23 Portland street. 
Yuille, Robert, & Sons, slaters, 23 Portland street. 
Yuille, Robert (of Robert Yuille & Sons), ?3 Portland street. 



POST-OFFICE 



KILMARNOCK TRADES' DIRECTORY, 



ARRANGED BY PROFESSIONS. 



ACCOUNTANTS. 

Anderson, James, 1 St. Marnock place 
Brown, John, & Son, 6 King street 
Halbert, George, 126 King street 
Smith & Wallace, 11 King street 
Thomson, James, 27 King street 
Waugh, Thomas, 10 Portland street 

JERATED WATER MANUFAC- 
TURERS. 

Rankin, Wm. & Coy., 7 King street 
Turner & Evving, Mill lane 

AGENTS. 

Aitken, Mrs. A., 2 East George st (coal) 
Boyd, Alex. M., 36 Portland st. (sewing 

machines) 
Brown, John, & Son, 6 King street (com- 
mission, and for Glasgoiv, Liverpool, 

and London steamers and sailing ships) 
Bryden, Samuel, & Son, 25 Robertson 

place (commission) 
Craig, J., & Son, George Hotel Buildings 

(sewing machines) 
Cowan, Wm., Corn Exchange Buildings, 

London road (machines of all kinds) 
Granger, James, 51 Strand street (wool 

and commission) 
Inglis, James, 24 Waterloo street (coal) 
M'Gavin, W., 11 Robertson pi. (weaving) 
M'Kie, James, 2 King street (Ordnance 

Survey Maps) 
Morton, Alex,, & Son, John Finnie street 

(sewing machines) 
Oliver, Mrs. Andrew, senr., Back lane 

(sewing) 
Paterson, J., West Netherton st. (sewing) 
Petrie, David, & Son, 13 Grange street 

(carpets) 
Rankin, James, 82 King st, ("Florence" 

and "Howe'' sewing machines) 



Robertson, R, C, 46 King st. (Minton's 

patent encaustic tiles) 
Shearer, Robert, 18 East Netherton st. 

(weaving) 
Smith, David, 40 Robertson pi. (weaving) 
Smith, Robert, West Netherton street 

(weaving) 
Spence, Wm., West Shaw st. (weaving) 
Stevenson, Humphrej', & Son (com'ission) 
Walker, John, & Son, 25 King street 

(Steel, Coulson, & Co., brewers) 

AGRICQLTURAL IMPLEMENT 

MAKER. 
M'Kerrow, Andrew, Beansburn 

ARCHITECTS. 

Ingram, James, 114 King street 
Railton, William, 1 St. Marnock place 

AUCTIONEERS & APPRAISERS- 

Dunlop, Patrick, Altonhill, by Kilmk. 
M'Geachin, G-eorge W., 65 Portland st. 

BABY LINEN WAREHOUSES. 

Ferguson, A. & J., Ill King street 
Kirk, Mrs., Duke street 
Macmillan, M. &. W., 12 Duke street 
M'Gregor, John, 97 King street 
Richmond, Mrs. John, 9 Queen street 
Russell, William, 44 King street 
Williamson, John, 16 Bank street 

BAKERS. 

Adam, James, Queen street. 
Alexander, John, 106 King street 
Arbuckle, John, 69 King street 
Arbuckle, Robert, 14 Bank street 
Ayrshire Biscuit Factory, Hill street ;^ 
Wm. Findlay & Co. 



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Ayrshire United Co-Operative Societies' 
Baking Association (Limited), Sand- 
bed street 
Barclay, Andrew, 8 Waterloo street 
Clark. John, 2 Bank street 
Craig, William, High Glencairn street 
CmTie, Robert, 59 King street 
Findlay, William, & Co., 74 Portland st. 
Fleming, John, 9 Cheapside s.reet. 
Fulton, Alexander, 22 King street 
Gairdner, William, High Glencairn street 
Gibb, Hamilton, 4 St. Marnock street 
Gibb, Mrs. Alexander, 8 West George st 
Gibson, David, St. Marnock street 
Gibson, John, 21 Titchfield street 
Johnston, Alex., 10 Low Glencairn st. 
Learraont, Alexander, 5 Titchfield street 
Mather, John A., 15 Portland street 
M'Queen, David, 81 King street 
M'Whirter, Thomas, 8 Wellington street 
Neilson, Andrew, 26 Fore street 
Rankin, Mrs. M., 6 Duke street 
Shields, John, High Glencairn street 
Stewart, Robert, Titchfield street 
Templeton, John, 12 Titchfield street 
Walker, James, Morton place. 

BANKS.-See Appendix. 

BARREL MERCHANTS. 

Cricket, James, 46 Fore street 
Granger, James, 51 Strand street 
Murdoch, John, College wynd 

BASKET MAKER. 

Jackson, Henry, 3 Bank street 

BEADLES. 

Brown, John, Henderson Free Church; 

house, Dean lane 
Brownlee, William, Princes Street U.P. 

Church; house, Fowlds street 
Buchanan, Kennedy, Portland Road U.P. 

Church; house, St. Marnock street 
Gait, John, St. Marnock'a Church; ho, 

St. Marnock place 
Gibson, George, Low Church; house, 24 

Bank street 
Gilmour, Hugh, St. Andrew's Church; 

house, East Netherton street 
Kerr, Robert, High Church; house, 86 

Portland street 
Lambie, Alexander, Winton Place E.U. 

Church; house, Kirktonholm street 
M'Whir, John, Free High Church; ho., 

86 Portland street 



Paterson, John, Clerk'sLaneE.U. Church; 

Clerk's lane Manse 
Syra, John, Free St. Andrew's Church; 

house, 2 Fowlds street 
Thomson, Charles, King Street U.P. 

Church; house. King street 
Thomson, Ivie, Trinity Episcopal Church; 

house, 6 St. Marnock plane 
Wallace, George, Reformed Presbyterian 

Church; bo., 27 Robertson place 

BEAM AND SCALE MAKERS- 

Cook, John, High Glencairn street 

BELLHANGERS. 

Bicket, John, & Son, 92 King street 

Lucas, Robert, College wynd 

Stewart, Thomas, & Sons, Regent street 

BILL POSTERS. 

Brown, William, 29 Regent street 
Buchanan, James, Back lane 
M'Kerrell, Thomas, 104 Titchfield street 

BIRD AND ANIMAL STTJFFER. 

Eaton, Oliver, 14 Croft street 

BLACKING MANUFACTURERS. 

Russell, John, 13 Bank street 
Stewart, Thomas, Waterloo street 

BLACKSMITHS. 

Caldwell, Robert, East George st. (quoit 

maker) 
Jardine. John, Mill lane 
Nisbet, Matthew, Dunlop street 
Paton, Robert, 57 Strand street 
Tanner, John, Clerk's lane 
Watson, John, West Netherton street 

BLOCK CUTTERS. 

Ross, George, Braeside 

Wilson & Harvie, East Shaw street 

BOARDING & DAY SCHOOLS 
(LADIES). 

Those marked h are Boarding Schools. 

Grant, Misses, Allanhill, London road h 
Henderson, Diana, South Hamilton st 



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MacGlashan, Misses, Springvale, Dun- 

donald road 
Patrick, Misses, John Finnie st 6 

BOILER MAKERS. 

Barclay, Andrew, Caledonian Foundry 
Finnie, A., & Son, Kilrak. Foundry 
M'CuUoch, Thomas, Vulcan Foundry 

BONDED STORE KEEPERS- 

Wallace, William, & Co., 55 Portland st 

BONNET MAKERS. 

Armour, James, & Co., 3 Garden street 
Creelman, Wm., East George street 
Cunningham & Gairdner, 24 High street 
Douglas, Reyburn, & Co., High street 
Faulds, Orr, & Coy., High street 
Laughland, James, High street 
Mushet, Hill, & Co., Union street 
Paton, John, 58 High street 
Ritchie, Peter, & Co., 20 Wellington st 
Stewart, John, Union steeet 
Suiter, Alexander, 22 Boyd street 

BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS- 

Those marked 6 are Bookbinders also. 

Armour, Peter, 45 Bank street b 
■ Guthrie, John, Town's Buildings. 18 King 

street 
Haggo, Matthew, 72 King street 
Irvine, Robert, 90 King street 
M'Kay, Archibald, 124 King street b 
M'Kie, James, 2 King street b 
Smith, John, 20 Portland street 
Smith Brothers, 30 King street b 
Stevenson, Thomas, 4 Portland street 
Wilson, Matthew, 32 Duke street 

BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS. 

Adam, Thomas, 101 King street 
Armstrong, James, 40 King street 
Auld, Hugh, 30 Bank street 
Borland, Matthew, 7 Dunlop street 
Bowman, Matthew, 34 Boyd street 
Boyd, George, 46 Portland street 
Boyd, Thomas, 10 Douglas street 
Brown, Richard, 33 Fore street 
Clark, A. L., & Co., John Finnie street 
Clearie, David, 1 and 3 Croft street 
Findlay, Andrew, 20 Park street 
Hunter, George, 21 High Glencairn street 
Inglis, William, St. Marnock street 



Jaraieson, Robert, 47 Back street 
Kellie, John, 22 Waterloo street 
Kelly, Samuel, jnnr , 47 Fore street 
Kerr, Thomas, & Co., 47 Titchfield street 
Kerr, Thomas, 78 Titchfield street 
King, William, 15 Queen street 
Lamont, John, 3 Portland street 
Miller, Jasper, 14 Braeside street 
Miller, Jasper, junr., 21 Bentinck street 
M'Fedries, Thomas, 6 Queen street 
M'Fedries, Hugh, 13 Fore street 
M'Gean, Daniel, 17 Fore street 
Rae, Samuel, 15 Park street 
Steel, John, 76 King street 
Stevenson, Robert, New street 
Thomson, Alex., Fore street 
Thorburn, Thomas, Titchfield street 
Turnbull, John, 45 Portland street 
TurnbuU, John P., 1 King street 

BRASS FOUNDERS. 

Barclay, Andrew, Caledonian Foundry 
Bicket, John, & Son, 92 King street 
Lucas, Robert, College wynd 
M'Culloch, Thomas, Vulcan Foundry 

BREWERS. 

Moyes & Go wans, Kilmarnock Brewery, 

Grange street 
Paxton, George, & Son, Richardland 

Brewery 

BRICKMAKERS. 

Craig, J. & M., Dean, Billhead &Perceton 

BROKERS. 

Brannan, Jame?, 22 Bank street 
Busbie, Robert, New street 
Burns, George, 1 Clerk's lane 
Connally, Mrs. John, 9 Fore street 
Houston, David, 14 Fore street 
Hunter, Mrs. Alexander, 6 Strand street 
Mair, John, 7 Fore street 
Munro, Mrs. John, Menford lane 
M-Farlane, John, 64 Fore street 
M'Gowne, Edward, 32 Strand street 
M'Indoe, Mrs. Robertson, 10 Waterloo st, 
M'Laughland, Neil, 17 Strand street 
Quin, Ennis, 40 Fore street 
Qiiin, Thomas, 24 Fore street 
Stewart, John, 23 Fore street 
Tonner, John, Low Church lane 



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BUILDERS. TRADES DIRECTORY. COALMASTERS. 



BUILDERS AND MASONS. 

Auld, J. & J., Kirktonholm street 
Brown, James, St. Andrew's street 
Muir, Matthew, 31 Bank street 
Ramsay, William, St, Andrew's street 
Scott, William, Dundonald road 
Shaw, Hugh, 18 St. Andrew's street 
Thomson, George, Dean lane 
Wallace, Hugh, Montgomery place, Hill st 
Wallace, James, 23 Portland road 

CABINETMAKERS AND 
UPHOLSTERERS. 

Alexander, A., & Sons, Mill lane 
Craig, John, & Son, George Hotel Build- 
ings, Portland street 
Craig, Robert, 80 King street 
Cunningham, A., & Son, 8 Duke street 
Dickie, Francis, 75 King street 
Hood, James, & Son., 1 Cheapside street 
Melvin, John, & Co., 62 Low Glencairn st. 
M'Donald, Donald, 24 King street 
Reid, Robert, & Coy., 94 King street 

CALICO & SHAWL PRINTERS. 

Brown, Peter, & Son, River Bank Print- 
works, Welbeck street 

Campbell, Wm., & Co., Welbeck Print- 
works, Welbeck street 

Merry, John, & Co., Irvine Bank Print- 
works, Low Glencairn street 

Reid, John, Portland Printworks, Wel- 
beck street 

CARPET MANUFACTURERS. 

Blackwood Brothers, Men ford lane 
Brown, M'Laren, & Co., Grange street 
Cuthbertson & Taylor, Bank street 
Gregory, Thomson's, & Co., The Factory, 

36 Green street 
Wilson, Hugh, & Son, Grange street 

CARRIERS (GENERAL). 

Glasgow & South-Western Railway Co. 
Mackie, A. & J., Princes street 
Robb, Charles, & Co., Croft street 

CARTERS. 

Armour, Robert, 24 High street 
Blair, John, 24 Waterloo street 
Boyle, James, 32 Boyd street 
Dunsmuir, James, 37 High street 
Fleming, Mrs. Robert, 28 Mill lane 



Frew, David, 20 Braeside street 
Inglis, John, Nelson street 
Lochhead, James, Langlands street 
Mackie, A. & J., Princes street 
Thomson, Thomas, 41 High street 

CARVER. 

Angus, Robert, Water lane 

CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS. 

Gillespie, James, 86 King street 
Maclagan, James, 58 Portland street 
M'Alister, James, 113 King street 
Rankin, William, & Co., 7 King street 

(pharmaceutical) 
Smith, James T , 62 King street (phar- 
maceutical) 
Young, Thomas, 57 King street 

CHIMNEY SWEEPERS. 

Burgoyne, Peter, 16 College wynd 
Farquhar, Peter, 32 Strand street 
Peebles, John, Strand street 
Perry, Bernard, 44 Fore street 

CHINA, GLASS, & EARTHEN- 
WARE DEALERS. 

Badger, George, 6 Titchfield street 
Gibson, Robert, Morris place, 41 King st 
Mullen, Patrick, Glencairn square 
Quin, Patrick, 36 Fore street 
Steven, Samuel, 85 King street 
Wright, Mary, 47 High Glencairn st. 

CIVIL & MINING ENGINEERS. 

Blackwood, Robert, Mill lane 
Railton, William, St. Marnock place 

CLOG MAKER. 

Moflfat, J. H., 2 Waterloo street 

COACHMAKERS. 

Parker, George, 27 Croft street 
Peden, John, & Co., 7 and 9 Bank st. 
Wyllie & M'Lean, 65 Portland street 

COALMASTERS. 

Brown, Robert, Burnside House, off 

West Shaw street 
Craig, J. & M. (Hillhead Colliery) 
Dunlop & Eaglesham, London road (Ash- 
yard Colliery) 



COFFEE TRADES DIRECTORY. DESIGNERS. 



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Finnie, Archibald, & Son, Braefoot (Kil- 
marnock Colliery) 

Gilmonr, John, & Co., Bonnyton Colliery 

Home, John, Gilsburn House, Dean st. 
(Holmes Colliery) 

Walker, Robert, Green House, Green st. 
(Fairlie Colliery) 

Teats, Robert, Garden Hill, Hill street 
(Grange Colliery) 

COFFEE HOTTSES AND COM- 
MERCIAL LODGINGS. 

Agnew, Mrs. Robert, 28 Fore street 
Gibb, Mrs. Alexander, 8 West George st. 
Robertson, Mrs. James, Commercial 
Coffee House, 29 Portland street. 

CONFECTIONERS & PASTRY 
BAKERS. 

Those marked^ are Pastry Bakers, 

Aird, Alexander, 53 King street 'p 
Aird, Charles, King street, and 54 Port- 
land street p 
Cunningham, John, 64 Portland st. j) 
Inglis, Hugh, 13 Portland street 
Jamieson, Archibald, 60 Robertson place 
Kernahin, Thomas, 40 Portland street 
Kerr, Robert, Duke street 
Law, Robert, 51 Fore street 
Loudon, George, Titchfield street 
Roxburgh, Hugh, 14 King street 
Samson, Mrs., 34 Bank street 
Torrance, Alex. High Glencairn street 
Young, John, 98 King street p 

CONTRACTORS. 

Blair, John, 24 Waterloo street 

Brown, Alexander, 43 Hill street 

Reid, Charles, junr., Lily mount Cottage, 

Clark street 
•Scott, William, Dundonald road 
Wallace, Hugh, Montgomery pi., Hill St. 
Wallace, James, 25 Portland road 

COOPERS & RIDDLE MAKERS- 

Those marked r are Riddle makers. 

Armour, Stewart, 71 Portland street 
Cosgrove, Patrick, Strand street 
M'Crae, Robert, Duke street r 
M'Crae, Wm. R., 61 Low Glencairn st. 
M'Crae, Wm., 11 Waterloo street 



CORK MANUFACTURERS. 

Arbuckle, Robert, 20 Waterloo street 
Stewart, Thomas, Waterloo street 

COWFEEDERS. 

Alexander, Wm., 33 Hill street 
Carlin, Hugh, Dean street 
Hamilton, Mrs. Thomas, 28 Robertson pi. 
Hamilton, Andrew, 55 Grange street 
Matthews, Joseph, 58 Low Glencairn st 
Montgomerie, Thomas, 27 Back lane 
Murdoch, Robert, Princes street 
M'Gaun, Wm., Morton place 
M'Houl, David, 24 Dean street 
M'Knight, George, 13 Wellington street 
Parker, Thomas, 6 West Netherton street 
Smith, Wm., 5 London road 
Stevenson, John, Welbeck street 
Wight, Hugh, South Hamilton street 

CURLED HAIR MANUFAC- 
TURER. 

Connell, George, Townholm 

CURRIERS AND LEATHER 
MERCHANTS. 

Those marked c are Curriers only. 
Armour, John, 8 Menford lane <• 
Auld, Adam, 33 High street c 
Campbell, John, 32 Back street 
Crooks Brothers & Co„Ladeside (tanners) 
Findlay, Andrew, 21 High street c 
Muir, Wm., 8 Titchfield street 

CUTLERS. 

Morton, Alex. & Son, John Finnie street 
Russell, Robert, 69 Portland street 

DENTIST. 

Dunlop, David, 1 Portland road 

DESIGNERS. 

Craig, David, 27 King st. (for carpets) 
Kerr, Robert, Duke street (for calicos) 
M'Gregor, John, Dean st. (for calicos) 
Ross, George, Braeside House, off London 

rd. (for paper-hangings, flower cloths, 

and oil table covers) 
Wallace, William, 8 London road (for 

calicos, flower cloths, &c.) 
Wyllie, William, 85 Titchfield street (for 

calicos) 



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DIRECTION trades' DIRECTORY. FISHMONGERS. 



DIRECTION LABEL MANU- 
FACTURERS. 

M'Kie, James, 2 King street 
Smith Brothers, 30 King street 

DRESSMAKERS. 

Aird, Jane, 81 Portland street 
Aitken, Mary, 86 Portland street 
Bain, Janet, 4 Glencairn square 
Bankhead, Janet, 19 Bank street 
Blane, Margaret, 2 St. Marnock place 
Bennett, E. & M., Bentinck street 
Campbell, Margaret, 4 North Hamilton st 
Cuthbertson, Janet, 9 Dean street 
Highet, J., 2 Mill lane 
Howie, Helen, Bank street 
Lambie, E., Dundonald road 
Murdoch, Grace, 45 High Glencairn st 
M'Coll, Catherine, 1 Witch road 
M'William, Mary, 4 High Glencairn st 
Paterson, Catherine, 80 Titchfleld street 
Paxton, Jeanie, 81 Titchfleld street 
Richmond, Janet, 2 Mill lane 
Smith, Agnes, 4.6 Robertson place 
Suiter, Ann, 12 Wellington street 
Temple ton, Mary, 22 West Netherton st 
Thomson & Bruce, St Marnock street 
Wilson, Miss, Grange street 

DRAPERS. 

Aitken, A. & J., 27 Portland street 
Allan, James, 5 Morris place. King st 
Arthur, George, 24 King street 
Baillie & Barclay, 26 Duke street 
Baird, Mrs. Thomas, 4 Duke street 
Brown, George, 24 Mill lane 
Bunten, James, 12 Portland street 
Cadzow, John, 48 Kina; street 
Crawford, James, 77 King street 
Crawford, Mungo, 28 Duke street 
Crosbie, Robert, 3 Boyd street 
Dobson, James, Dean street 
Ferguson, John, & Son, 68 & 70 King st. 
Findlay, Matthew, 2 Henrietta street 
Eraser, W. M.. Saint Marnock Corner, 

King street 
Garven, Alexander, 20 King street 
Gibson, Robert, 19 Morton Place 
Haddow, James, Fowlds street 
Hunter, William, 16^ Bank street 
Kelly John, 22 Park street 
Lauder, Hugh, 51 King street 
Lawson, John, 95 King street 
Leiper, R. & J., 28 Portland street 



Mack, Thomas, 2 Titchfleld street 
Milloy, Thomas, Low Glencairn street 
Mushat, James, Langlands street 
M'Caffray, William, 16 Cheapside st. 
M'Gregor, John, 97 King street 
M'Kinlay, Alexander, 79 Titchfleld st. 
M'Nab, William, 13 King street 
Neilson, James, 22 Park street 
Oliver, Andrew, 63 King street 
Osborne, James, 9 Cheapside street 
Rankin, W. & J, 13 Titchfleld street 
Templeton, Robert, 60 King street 

DRYSALTERS. 

Lamont, Robert, & Son, Market bridge 

DYERS. 

Alexander, William, 112 King street 
Hannah, W., & Co., Ayrshire Dye Works, 

Welbeck street 
Lauder. Hugh, 105 King street 
Murray, Robert, Corn Exchange Build- 
ings, Green street 
M'Lelland, Peter, Ladeside 
Young, Mrs. Robert, 4 St. Marnock pK 
(furrier). 

EATING HOUSES. 

Clark, Mrs. Peter, 3 Fore street 
Fleming, Mrs., 6 Bank street 
Glen, James, 6 Green street 
Millar, Andrew, 16 Waterloo street 

ENGINEERS. 

Barclay, Andrew, Caledonian Foundry 
Bicket, John, &Son, 92 King street, (gas 

engineers). 
Caldwell, George, Townholm 
Finnic, A., & Son, Townholm 
Glenfield Iron Co,, East Shaw street 
Holm Foundry Co., Low Glencairn st. 
M'Culloch, Thomas, Vulcan Foundry 
Richmond, Andrew, Bentinck street 
Watson, Hunter, & Watson, West 

Netherton street 

ENGRAVERS. 

Smith, Brothers, 30 King street 
Watson, John, & Co., 32 King street 

FIRE CLAY MANUFRS. 

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FISHMONGERS. 

Dickie, Hugh, 1 Duke street 
Hill, James C, 48 Portland street 

FLESHERS. 

Alexander, William, 37 High Glencairn st. 
Arbuckle, James, 16 Duke street 
Brown, Mrs. Robert, 25 Regent street 
Findlay, William, 12 Langlands street 
Morton, George, 85 Portland street 
M'Adam, Mrs. William, 25 Bank street, 

and Kadikoi place 
M'Kenzie, John, 14 Strand street 
Paterson, John, 27 Fore street 
Paton, James, Witch road 
Robertson, James, High Glencairn st. 
Robertson, William, senr., 9 Waterloo st. 
Robertson, William, junr., 72 Portland st. 
Shaw, John, St. Marnock street 
Shaw, William, Dunlop street 
Taylor & Hood, 6 Fore street 

FORGEMEN. 

Kilmk. Forge, Townholra; A. Robertson 
Portland Forge Coy., Forge street, off 
Bonnyton road 

FRUITERERS. 

Hamilton, John, 66 King street 
Inglis, Hugh, 13 Portland street 
Murdoch, John, 18 Regent street 
Rome, George, junr., 82 Portland street 
Samson, Mrs., 34 Bank street 
Scott, James, Duke street 
Toll, John, 25 Portland street 

FQNERAL UNDERTAKERS. 

Gemmell, Peter, 28 Fore street 
Harley, John, 26 Waterloo street 
Innes, David, 11 Strand street 

GARDENERS. 

Those marked j are jobbing gardeners. 

Armour, Robert, 94 Portland st. j 
Black, George, Dean lane 
Black, Jas., Tankardha' gardens, Braeside 
Brown, William, Strawberrybank 
Curdie, John, Buchanan street j 
Edgar, Alexander, 17 Bentinck st. j 
Graham, John, West Shaw street j 
Mitchell, James, 19 Dean street j 
Murchlaud, James, Dean street gardens 



Shinning, Andrew, Hill street j 
Terapleton, Robert, 34 Hill street j 
Wallace, Robert, West Shaw street j 
Wilson, William, 34 Mill lane j 
Wright, James, 14 Braeside street ^ 

GASFITTERS. 

SEE ALSO TINPLATE WORKERS. 

Bicket, John, & Son, 92 King street 
Brodie, Neil, S3 Portland street 
Brown, Charles, & Co., 6 East George st 
Ferguson, James, 13 Waterloo street 
Lucas, Robert, College wynd 
Thomson, John, 120 King street 

GILDERS. 

Curdle, J. & G., 74 King street 
Gairdner, Robert, Sandbed street 
Robertson, R. C, 46 King street 

GLASS MERCHANTS AND 

GLAZIERS. 

Robertson, R. C, 46 King street 

Ste wart, Thos.,& Son, 13 and 15 Regent st. 

GLUE & SIZE MANUFACTURER 
Thomson, Mrs. Robert, College wynd 

GRAIN MERCHANTS. 

Alexander, David, 61 King street 
Alexander, John, 106 King street 
Anderson, J, & N., 5 & 7 Cheapside st. 
Gill, Thomas, Strand street 
Goldie, James, 41 Strand street 
Mather, John A., 21 Portland street 
M'Clelland, Archibald, 42 Portland st. 
Templeton, John, & Son, 8 Croft street 
Thomson, J. & W., 6 King street 

GREEN GROCERS. 

Corrigan, Mary, 16 Regent street 
Hamilton, John, 66 King street 
Murchland, James, 29 Fore st. 
Rome, George, junr., 82 Portland street 
Samson, Mrs., 34 Bank street 
Tait, Alexander, Titchfield street 
Torrance, Alexander, 4 Fore street 

GROCERS (WHOLESALE AND 
RETAIL). 

Arbuckle, Matthew, 2 Portland street 



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GROCERS. TRADES DIRECTORY. GROCERS. 



Brown & Howie, 103 King street 
Hodge, James, 10 King street 
Morison, Alexander, Morris pi.. King st. 
Morison, George, 68 Portland street 
Rankin, Wm., & Son, 96 King street, and 

1 Portland street 
Walker, John, & Sons, 25 King street 
Wallace, William, & Co., 55 Portland st. 
Wyllie, John, 12 & 14 Cheapside street 

GROCERS, VICTUALLERS, TEA, 
AND SPIRIT DEALERS. 

Only those marked s are spirit dealers. 

Ackles, Mrs. Thomas, 2 Soulis street 5 
Allan, William, Market lane s 
Allan, Marion, 19 High street 
Anderson, Mrs. Thomas, 36 High street 
Armour, Robert, 94 Portland street 
Armour, Robert, 9 West Netherton st. 
Armour, Mrs. John, 75 Titchfield street 
Bell, James, 13 Low Glencairn street 
Borland, James, 8 King street 
Borland, Hugh, 89 King street 
Boyd, David, 113 King street 
Boyd, R. & E., 78 King street 
Brown, Matthew, 22 Langlands street 
Brown, Elizabeth, 1 Waterside street 
Cameron, William, senr., Strand st. s 
Cameron, William, junr., Clark street s 
Carson, James, 32 Low Glencairn street 
Clark, John, Clark street 
Cochrane, John, 49 High Glencairn st. 
Co-operativeSociety Limited, 47 Portland 
St., Inkerman place, and Titchfield st. 
CoWan, George, Robertson place s 
Craig, Alexander, Low Glencairn street 
Craig, John, 8 Cheapside 
Crawford, Charles, 16 Nelson street 
Crawford, Mrs. James, Bank street s 
Curdie, George, 18 Robertson place s 
Curdie, Robert, 8 Fore street s 
Currie, John, 8 Dean street s 
Currie, John, Titchfield street s 
Dalziel, Samuel, Langlands street 
Davie, John, Princes street s 
Donaldson, John, 67 Portland street 
Duff, Mrs., Robertson place 
Duncan, Mungo, 1 Dean street 
Edgar, Mrs. Robert, 54 Fore street s 
Ferguson, A. & R., 24 Duke street 
Fleming, John, senr., 34 Titchfield street 
Fleming, William, 23 Dean street 
Gebbie, John, 11 Portland street 
Gibson, James, High Glencairn street 
Gibson, Robert, 37 High Glencairn st. s 



Gilchrist & Morton, 75 King street 
Gilmour, Thomas, 29 Low Glencairn st. s 
Graham, M., 30 Nelson street 
Haddow, Mrs. John, 39 High street 
Hopkin, Mrs., 19 Titchfield street 
Inglis, Andrew, 6 Langlands street 
Jack, Andrew, 12 Fore street 
Jamieson, Mrs. William, 4 High street s 
Kelly, Samuel, junr., 47 Fore street 
Kerr, Mrs. William, North Hamilton st. 
Lament, G. & W., Market Bridge 
Lorimer, John, Bonnyton, road 
Lucas, James, West Langlands street 
Millar, Mrs. E., St. Marnock street 
Morton, Mrs. John, Grange street 
Muir, Margaret, 4 Douglas street 
Murdoch, R., Princes street s 
M'Creath, Thomas, 23 Back street 
M'Coll, Ann, 1 Witch road 
MTadzen, Mrs, 38 High street 
M'Clelland, Archibald, 42 & 46 Portland st* 
M'Muldroch, George, Boyd street 
M'Murtrie, John, Beansburn 
Murchie, John, Park street 
Neil, John, 1 Morton place 
Neil, Margaret, Hill street 
Phillips, David, 80 Hill street s 
Pollock, Charles, 14 High Glencairn st. 
Ramsay, James, 18 Boyd street s 
Richmond, George, 49 Grange street 
Robertson, Robert, 11 Glencairn square 
Kohertson, Daniel, 42 Low Glencairn st. 
Rodger, Robert, 9 Dean street 
Rome, James, 14 Wellington street s 
Scoullar, Michael, 52 Portland street s 
Shields, Henry, High street 
Sloan, William, 22 Soulis street s 
Smith, Alexander, 41 Robertson place 
Smith, James, 32 Robertson place 
Smith, Matthew, 42 High Glencairn st. s 
Smith, Elizabeth, 27 Robertson place 
Steel, Alexander, 12 High street s 
Steel, Hugh, 70 Portland street s 
Steel, John, 2 Langlands street s 
Stewart, Samuel, 9 Glencairn square s 
Stewart, Wm., 18 Low Glencairn st s 
Stirling, Jane, Kadikoi place 
Taylor, James, 8 Wellington street 
Templeton, Hugh. 74 Fore street s 
Templeton, Margaret, 28 Bank street s 
Templeton, Miss, 14 Dean street 
Thomson, James, 7 Regent street 
Thomson, Andrew, 88 Titchfield street 
Walker, James, 25 Titchfield street 
Wallace, John, 5 West Shaw street 
Watt, Hugh, 9 Cheapside street 



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Watt, Magdeline, 24 Robertson place 
Weir, Mrs. William, 45 Robertson place 
Wilson, Andrew, 10 High Glencairn st. 
Wood, William, Titchfield street 
Wyllie, Alexander, Sandbed street 
Young, William, 1 boulis street 

GUNMAKEE. 

Grierson, David, 41 Portland street 

GUTTA PERCHA MERCHANT. 

Adam, Thomas, 101 King street 

HABERDASHERS. 

Ferguson, A. & J., Ill King street 
Macmillan, M. & W., 12 Duke street 
Russell, Wm., 44 King street 
Thomsons Brothers, Scotch and English 
Warehouse, 29 King street 

HAIRDRESSERS. 

Andrew, William, 88 King street 
Heron, William, 88 King street 
Mabon, Thomas G., 9 Back lane 
Pollock, William, Market lane 

HAM-CURERS. 

Craig, John, 8 Cheapside street 
Hall, George, & Co., 9 High Glencairn st. 
Shaw, J. & W., 8 Dunlop street. 
Sinclair, A., Burnside, off West Shaw st. 
Taylor & Hood, 6 Fore street 

HATTERS. 

Armstrong, Charles, & Son, 20 Portland 
street, and Victoria place, King street 

Stewart, John, 12 King street 

Thomson, William, & bon, Morris place, 
39 King street 

HIDE AND LEATHER 

MERCHANTS. 

Crooks Brothers, Ladeside 
Kellie, John, 22 Waterloo street 

HORSE DEALER. 

Arthur, Matthew, 31 Bank street 

HOSIERS. 

Boyd, Alexander M., 36 Portland st. 
Boyd, Jessie R., 62 Portland street 



Calderwood, J. G , 17 King street 
Macmillan, M, & W., 12 Duke street 
Russell, William, 44 King street 
Thomsons Brothers, 29 King street 
Stephen, A. H., 104^ King street 
Wyllie, William, 85 Titchfield street 

HOT PRESSER& CALENDERER. 

M'Lean, Andrew, 89 Titchfield street 

HOUSE FACTORS- 

Brown, John, & Son, 6 King street 
Howie, John, East Netherton street 
Smith & Wallace, 11 King street 
Stevenson, John, 23 Portland street 
Thomson, James, 27 King street 
Waugh, Thomas, 10 Portland street 

INNS AND HOTELS. 

Angel Inn, Market lane; Hugh Gemmell. 
Black Bull Hotel, 16 Portland St.; Adam 

M'Murtrie. 
Commercial Hotel, 6 Croft street; John 

Sinclair 
Crown Hotel, Cheapside street; Daniel 

M'Pherson 
George Hotel, Portland street; Andrew 

Walker. 
Wheat Sheaf Inn, Croft st. ; Mrs. James 

Robb 
Rainbow Hotel, 5 King st. ; Hugh Wales 
Royal Hotel, 98 King st.; John Young 
Sun Inn, Green st. ; Mrs. David Little 

INSURANCE BROKERS. 

Stevenson, Humphrey, & Son, 8 East 
George street 

INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Accidental Death; agent, D. Laurie, 
Union Bank 

Caledonian; agents, D. Laurie, Union 
Bank; E. Smith, writer; and Adam 
Cowie, Bank of Scotland 

City of Glasgow ; agent, J. Steven, writer 

Colonial; agent, John Smith, 20 Portland 
street 

Commercial Union ; agent, Geo,, M'Laren, 
junr., writer 

Crown; agent, Thomas Young, druggist 

Edinburgh; agent, Alex. Millar, Com- 
mercial Bank 

Farmers; agent, Wra. Aitken, Mill lane 



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INSURANCE. — TRADES mRECTORY. LITHOGRAPHIC. 



Gresham ; agent, Hugh Shaw, Commercial 

Bank 
Imperial; agent, John Steven, writer 
Insurance Co., of Scotland; agent, Thos. 

Bruce, Braehead OflSce 

Kilmarnock Plate Grlass Insurance Coy.; 

R. C. Robertson, 46 King St., manager 

Lancashire; agent, James Watson, writer 

Life Association of Scotland; agent, 

James Henderson, writer 
Liverpool, London, and Globe; agents, 
James Stewart, National Bank; and J. 
& W. Thomson, 6 King street 
Manchester; agent, John Sturrock, writer 
Northern; agents, J. Brown and Son, 6 
King St. ; & James Thomson, 27 King st. 
North British; agents, A. & J. Hamilton, 
writers; James Wilson, National Bank ; 
and James Henderson, writer 
Norwich Union; agent, T. B. Andrews. 
Pelican; agent, John Sturrock, writer 
Phoenix; agent, James S. Gregory, Corn 

Exchange Buildings 
Queen; agents, Humphrey Stevenson, 

& Son, East George street 
Koyal ; agents, James Connell, Clydesdale 
Bank; Alexander Millar, Commercial 
Bank ; John Brown & Son, 6 King st. ; 
Thomas Stevenson, 4 Portland street; 
John M. Muir, 27 King street 
Royal Exchange; agent, John Ferguson, 

70 King street 

Scottish; agents, Thomas Waugh, 10 

Portland st.; Thomas Young, 57 King 

St.; J. M. Muir, 27 King street; Hugh 

Shaw, Commercial Bank 

Scottish Amicable; agents, Wm. Main, 

Royal Bank; Thomas Waugh, Portland 

St. ; & Wm. Railton, 1 St. Marnock place 

Scottish & Enghsh Law; agent, Thomas 

Fulton, writer, St. Marnock street 
Scottish Equitable; agent, James Wilson, 

National Bank 
Scottish National ; agent, Jas. Robertson, 

writer, Duke street 
Scottish Provident Institution; agents, 
Jas. Stewart, National Bank; & Smith 
& Wallace, 11 King street 
Scottish Provincial; agents, John Steven- 
son, 23 Portland street; James M'Kie, 
2 King street ; John Simpson, 8 Duke st. 
Scottish Union; agents, Jas. Anderson, 
1 St. Marnock place; & Robert Black- 
wood, Mill lane 
Scottish Widows' Fund; agent, T. B. 
Andrews, 38- Portland street 



Standard ; agent, Adam Cowie, Bank of 

Scotland 
Sun ; agent, John Torrance, writer, Kingst. 
Travellers & Marine; agents, John Brown 

& Son, 6 King street 
Union; agent, James Ingram, Architect, 

King street 
United Kingdom Temperance; agents, J. 

Brown & Son, 6 King street 
West of England; agents. Smith & Wallace 

11 King street 
Yorkshire; agent, John Wallace, 11 

King street 

IRON FOUNDERS. 

Barclay, Andrew, Caledonian Foundry 
Glenfield Iron Coy., East Shaw street 
Holm Foundry Coy., Low Glencairn st. 
Kilmarnock Foundry Coy., Townholm 
M'Culloch, Thomas, Vulcan Foundry 

IRONMONGERS. 

Bicket, John, & Son, 92 King street 
Christie, Andrew, 2 Duke street 
Donald, James, & Co., 8 Portland street 
Finnic, Archibald, & Son, Braefoot 
Finnic & Young, 6 Regent street 
Paton, Robert, 57 Strand street 
Stewart, Thos., & Son, 13 & 15 Regent st. 

JEWELLERS. 

Breckenridge & Son, 36 King street 
Brown, John, Portland street 
Cameron, John, 15 King street 
Duff'ner, Albert A,, 7 Queen street 
Newlands, John, 22 Portland street 
Rankin, James, 82 King street 

JOINERS. 

SEE WEIGHTS. 

LATHSPLITTERS. 

Rome, Geo,, senr., 15 West Langlands st. 
Rome, George, junr., 82 Portland street 

LEATHER MERCHANTS- 

SEE CURBIEES & LEATHER MERCHANTS. 

LITHOGRAPHIC PRINTERS. 

Smith Brothers, 30 King street 
Watson & Co., 32 King street 



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MACHINE MAKERS. 

Barclay, Andrew, Caledonian Foundry 
Blair, Robert, 14 Sandbed street 
Caldwell, George, Townholm 
Finnie, Archibald, & Son, Kilmarnock 

Foundry 
Holm Foundry Co., Low Glencairn st. 
Morton, Alex., & Son, John Finnie st. 
M'CuUoch, Thomas, Vulcan Foundry 
Richmond, Andrew, Bentinck street 

MANGLERS. 

Bowman, Mrs. Andrew, 1 Park street 
Flinn, Mary, 50 Portland street 
Mitchell, Mrs. James, Titchfield street 
Paterson, Mrs., 36 Hill street 
Reid, Mrs. Hugh, Back lane 
Wyllie, Mary, 39 Bank street 

MANQFACTTJRERS. 

Bryden, Samuel, & Son, 25 Robertson 
place (sewed muslins) 

Connell, George, Townholm (curled hair) 

Dalgleish, William, 32 Mill lane (hosiery) 

Gebbie, John, 32 High Glencairn street 
(home-made cloth) 

Hannah, James, & Son, Welbeck street 
(home-made cloth) 

Higgins, William, Waterside st. (home- 
made cloth) 

Inglis, Andrew, 3 Douglas street (home- 
made cloth) 

LambiO; John, 47 King street (home- 
made cloth) 

Eittle, James, 14 East Shaw st. (home- 
made cloth) 

Morison, George, & Sons, 68 Portland st. 
(steam fruit preserves) 

M'Intyre, James, Dundonald rd. (home- 
made cloth) 

M'Lean, Adam, 6 East Shaw st. (home- 
made cloth) 

Pollard, Benjamin, 22 East Shaw street 

Thomson, James, 2 Welbeck street 
(winceys, &c.) 

Williamson, John, 16 Bank street (baby 
linens) 

Wyllie, James, 4 Hill st. (winceys, &c.) 

Wyllie, Robert, 69 Titchfield street 
(winceys, &c,) 

MESSENGER-AT-ARMS, 

Carmichael, John, 24 King street 



MILLERS. 

Andrew, John, Glencairn Mill, Low 
Glencairn street 

M'Vicar, Alexander, New Mill, by Kil- 
marnock 

MILLINERS. 

Adams, Thomas, 34 King street 
Adamson, Alexander, 47 King street 
Aird, Mrs. David, 80 Portland street 
Aird, Jane, 81 Portland street 
Bain, Robina, 61 Low Glencairn street 
Bennett, E. & M., Bentinck street 
Borland, Misses, 7 Dunlop street 
Breckenridge, M., 2 Mill lane 
Campbell, Janet, Corn Exchange Build- 
ings, Green street 
Dunlop, Mary, 2 West George street 
Highet, Jessie, 66 Fore street 
Love, Catherine, St. Marnock street 
Reyburn, Mrs. James, 1 Titchfield street 
Russell, William, 44 King street 
Stewart, Mrs. Hugh, 11 Wellington st. 
Suiter, Ann, 12 Wellington street 
Templeton, Mary, 22 West Netherton st. 

MUSIC, & MUSICAL INSTRU- 
MENT SELLER. 

Boyd, Adam, 91 King street 

MUSICIANS. 

Barratt, J., 13 Queen street 
Brown, William, 76 Titchfield street 
Forster, H. E., Rainbow Hotel 
Fyfe, Andrew, 9 Wellington street 
Gray, Archibald, Langlands street 
Ritchie, Lawrence, East Netherton street 

NEWSPAPER AGENTS. 

Guthrie, John, 18 King street (Ardrossan 

and Saltcoats Herald) 
M'Kie, James, 2 King street (Ayrshire 

Express, &c.) 
Smith, John, 20 Portland street (Ayr 

Advertiser) 
Wilson, Matthew, 32 Duke street (Ayr 

Observer) 

NURSERY AND SEEDSMEN. 

Those marked s are Seedsmen only. 
Dickie, Fowlds, & Co., St. Marnock st. s 
Dregnorn & Aitken, 79 King street 
Dykes, John, & Son, Dundonald road 



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PAINTERS. ^TRADES DIRECTORY. SALT. 



Howie, William, 6 Portland street s 
Samson, Wm., & Co,, 3 Cheapside st, s 
Samson, W. & T., do. do. 

PAINTERS, DECORATORS, AND 
PAPER-HANGERS. 

Armour, James, 107 King street 
Armour, John, junr,, 16 West George st, 
-Curdle, J. & G., 74 King street 
Eeid, John, & Son, 51 Portland street 
Robertson, R. C, 46 King street 

PATTERN-DRAWERS. 

SEE DESIGNERS. 

PAVIER. 

Eeid, Charles, junr , Lillymount cottage, 
Clark street 

PAWNBROKERS. 

Hannah, James, Waterloo street 
Kilgour, Joseph, 7 High street 
Miller, Robert, 33 King street & 6 Sand- 
bed street 
Miller, Alexander, 10 Fore street 
M'Connel, Edward & John, 184 Bank st. 
Rankin & M'Gougan, David's lane 
Wallace, James, 18 Cheapside street 

PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTISTS. 

Brown, John, 84 Portland street 
■Gilchrist, Alexander, Duke street 
Howie, Bruce, & Findlay, John Finnic st. 
Humphrey, John, King steeet 
M'Gregor, Adam, Robertson's Land, King 

street 
Tannock, William, 4 Grange street 

PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS. 

Aitken, James, M.D,, 59 Portland street 
Borland, John, M.D., 1 Bridge lane 
MacLeod, Donald, M.D., 102 King st. 
Marshall, Alexander, M.D., L.F.P.S., 

Dundonald road 
M'Alister, James, 113 King street 
Paxton, John, M.D., Edin : Winton place, 

Dundonald road 
Rankin, James, M.D., L.P.S.G., & L.M., 

60 Portland street 

PIANO-PORTE TUNERS. 

Barratt, J., 13 Queen street 
Boyd, Adam, 91 King street 



PLASTERERS. 

Borland, Daniel, New street 

Elder, William, 32 King street 

Paton, John, 11 West Langlands street 

PLUMBERS. 

Bicket, John, & Son, 92 King street 
Brodie, Neil, 33 Portland street 
Brown, Charles, & Co., 6 East George st. 
Brown, John, 83 Portland street 
Gilchrist, James, 122 King street 
Thomson, James, Waterloo street 

POTATO DEALERS. 

Fleming, John, junr., 5 Princes street 
Pitt, David, senr., 27 & 29 Regent street 
Pitt, David, junr., 27 & 29 Regent street 
Wood, William, Titchfleld street 
Wright, John, 31 Fore street 

PRINTERS (LETTERPRESS) 

& PUBLISHERS 

Guthrie, John, 18 King street 
M'Kie, James, 2 King street 
Smith Brothers, 30 King street 
Stevenson, Thomas, 4 Portland street 
Wilson, Matthew, 32 Duke street 

QUARRIERS. 

Craig, J. & M., Dean Quarry 

REGISTER OFFICE FOR 
SERVANTS. 

Brown, Thomas, 4 King street 
Brown, Mrs. John, 109 King street 
Smith, Mrs. James, 41 Titchfleld street 

ROPE AND TWINE MAKERS. 

Campbell, William, 4 North Hamilton st. 
Thomson, Thomas, 3 Langlands brae 
Todd, William, & Son, 1 Robertson place 

SADDLERS AND HARNESS 
MAKERS. 

Brown, John, Corn Exchange Buildings, 

Green street 
Mutter, George, 31 Portland street 
Stevenson, John G., 3 King street 

SALT STORE. 

Inglis, James, 24 Waterloo street 



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SCULPTORS. 

Bowie, Thomas, 84 Portland street 
Terapleton, James, Portland street 

SEXTONS. 

Hendry, Thomas, St, Andrew's Burying 
Ground; house, 14 East Netherton st. 

Kerr, Ro,, High Church Burying Grround; 
house, 86 Portland street 

SHERIFF OFFICERS. 

Carmichael, John, 24 King street 
Taylor, Thomas, 66 Portland street 
Taylor, Wm., 66 Portland street 

SKINNERS. 

Crooks, Adam, & Son, Welbeck street 
Morgan, John, 23 High street 

SLATERS. 

Brown, John, 83 Portland street 
Brown, Charles, & Co., 6 East George st. 
Campbell, John, 1 Portland terrace 
Clark, Peter, 3 Fore street 
Yuille, Robt., & Sons, 23 Portland street 

. SPIRIT MERCHANTS ANB 
DEALERS. 

SEE ALSO WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS. 

Adams, Robert, College wynd 
Allan, William, Market lane 
Anderson, Andrew, Duke street 
Andersgn, Matthew, Guard lane 
Armour, James, Corner of Croft and 

Strand streets 
Arthur, Mrs., 22 Duke street 
Auld, Robert, Grange street 
Bain, Matthew, 4 Glencairn square 
Bankhead, Hugh, 2 Union street 
Brown, James, 70 Hill street 
Brown, Thomas, 4 King street 
Buchanan, Mrs. Marion, 19 West Shaw st. 
Campbell, Andrew, 10 Wellington street 
Clark, James, 4 West George street 
Connallj', Thomas, 57 Fore street 
Cowie, John, Dunlop street 
Craig, John, 32 High street 
Creelman, William, 5 Regent street 
Creelraan, Wm. B., Queen street 
Crichton, Mrs. James, 22 West George st. 
Crooks, Adam, 13 High Glencairn street 
Cunningham, David, 20 Cheapside street 
Donnelly, John, 55 Fore street 



Douglas, Robert, 57 Portland street 
Duncan, William, 98 Portland street 
Dunlop, Samuel, Refreshment Rooms, 

Railway station 
Fulton, Hugh, St. Marnock street 
Fullarton, James, Cheapside street 
Gemmell, Hugh, Angel Inn, Market lane 
Gibb, John, High Glencairn street 
Gilchrist, Thomas, 10 West George st. 
Goudie, William, 108 King street 
Hanvey, Patrick, 37 Robertson place 
Henderson, Andrew, Witch Hill Cottage, 

Witch road 
Howie, David, 10 Duke street 
Humphrey, Thomas, 15 Cheapside street 
Kerr, James, 15 Fore street 
Latta, Mrs. George, 3 Welbeck street 
Lauder, John, 2 North Hamilton street 
Little, Mrs. David, Sun Inn, Green street 
Manson, Wm., 76 Titchfield street 
Miller, Alexander, 1 Regent street 
Murray, James, 13 Cheapside street 
M'Callum, Samuel, 40 High street 
M'Caw, John, 10 Regent street 
M'CuUey, W., 54 & 56 Low Glencairn st. 
M'Farlane, John, 20 Bank street 
M'Fedries, Thomas, Burns' Tavern, Low 

Glencairn street 
M'Guire, John, 21 Fore street 
M'Kinlay, Mrs. Robert, 81 Titchfield st. 
M'Kissock, George, 7 St. Marnock street 
M'Laughland, James, 12 Waterloo street 
M'Mahon, John, 32 Fore street 
M'Murtrie, Adam, Black Bull Hotel 
M'Pherson, Daniel, Crown Hotel 
Paterson, Robert, 6 West George street 
Partridge, George, 9 High Glencairn st. 
Porter, Alexander, 32 Langlands street 
Rankin, Robert, 9 Reuent street 
Richmond, John, 71 Portland street 
Richmond, Archibald, Portland Arras Inn. 
Robb, Mrs. James, Wheat Sheaf Inn, 

Croft street 
Ritchie, James, 15 Fore street 
Rodgers, James, 65 Fore street 
Rowat & Coy., 4 Green street 
Russell, James, 1 Dean lane 
Sands, James, Titchfield street 
Shearer, John, 10 West Langlands street 
Sinclair, John, Commercial Inn, Croft st* 
Steel, Mrs, John, Star Inn, Regent st. 
Steel, John, 9 Waterloo street 
Stewart, Thomas, 4 Waterloo street 
SutclifFe, Benjamin, 44 Low Glencairn st, 
Thomson, Andrew, 128 King street 
Wales, Hugh, 5 King street 



STAIR. trades' directory. ^TIN. 



Walker, Andrew, George Hotel 
Wallace, William, 8 London road 
Watson, Robert, 4 St. Marnock street 
Wilson, Alexander, 3 Market lane 
Wilson, James, 1 Mill lane 
Wilson, Mrs. Robert, 118 King street 
Young, John, Royal Hotel, King street 

STAIR RAILERS. 

Alexander, A., & Sons, Mill lane 
Craig, Robert. 80 King street 
Cunningham, A., & Son, 8 Duke street 

TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS. 

Those marked t are Tailors only. 
Agnew, Robert, 24 Bank street 
Aird, Charles, 32 Boyd street t 
Blain, John, 48 Robertson place t 
Bunten, James, 12 Portland street 
Cameron, Nicol B , 56 King street 
Campbell, Thomas, 44 Titchfield street t 
Craig, John, 1 Grange street 
Dufif, William, 1 Bank street 
Dunlop, Alexander, & Son, 1 1 King st. 
Dunlop, Huizh, 38 King street 
Ferguson, Edward, 3 Croft street 
Ferguson, Jno., & Son, 68 and 70 King st. 
Foster, George, 93 King street 
Foster. Robt., Victoria place, 19 King st. 
Fraser, W. M., St. Marnock corner, 

King street 
Garven, Alexander, 20 King street 
Gordon, William, 20 West George street 
Kerr, John, 22 Regent street 
Leiper, R. & J., 28 Portland street 
Maekay & Son, 85 King street 
Hanson, John, 92 Titchfield street t 
Mitchell, Wm., & Son, 13 Douglas st. t 
M'Cracken, Andrew, 37 Portland street 
M'Gary, John, Cheapside street 
Paterson, James, 13 Douglas street t 
Rae, David, 18 Cheapside street 
Runcie, Samuel, 7 Portland street 
Smith, James, 32 King street 
Stewart Brothers, 31 and 33 King street 
Stewart, Andrew, St. Marnock street 
Tannahill, Robert, 16 Low Glencairn st. t 
Taylor, James, 54 King street 
Turnbull & M'Kenzie, 61 King street 
Wiecht & Sawer, 10 Queen street 
Wyllie, James, 16 Douglas street 

TALLOW CHANDLERS. 

Crooks Brothers & Co. , Ladeside 



TANNERS. 

SEE ALSO CURRIERS. 

Crooks Brothers & Co., Ladeside 

TEACHERS. 

Anderson, Peter, Free School, Dundonald 
road 

Black, Francis M., School of Art, Corn 
Exchange Buildings, Green street 

Boyle, Rose, St. Joseph's Catholic School, 
Low Church lane, 

Crawford, John S., George Hotel Assem- 
bly Rooms (dancing and calisthenics) 

Dodds, James, Nelson Street School 

Ferguson, Donald, Townhead District 
School 

Frazer, William, East Shaw street 

Grant, Misses, Allanhill, London road 
(ladies) 

Gunnyon, William, classical and com- 
mercial. New Academy, Princes st. 

Henderson, Diana, South Hamilton st. 
(ladies) 

Lee,Thos., commercial and mathematical 
teacher, Kilmarnock Academy 

Logan, William C, English teacher, Kil- 
marnock Academy 

MacGlashan, Misses, Springvale Semi- 
nary, Dundonald road (ladies) 

Miller, Annie C, Female School of In- 
dustry, West Netherton street 

Moodie, Agnes, Beansburn 

Patrick, Misses, Ladies' Seminary, John 
Finnic street 

Rose, James, Langlands street 

Roxburgh, Miss, Female School of In- 
dustry, West Netherton street 

Russell, James, West Shaw street 

Stevenson, James, New Public School, 
Fowlds street 

Stewart, James, Clark Street School 

Taylor, R. W., Ragged Industrial School, 
Kilmarnock House 

Thomson, M., Corn Exchange (dancing 
and calisthenics) 

Wyllie, Daniel, East George street 

THATCHER. 

M'Quade, Peter, Low Church lane 

TIN PLATE WORKERS. 

Bicket, John, & Son, 92 King street 
Brodie, Neil, 33 Portland street 



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Ferguson, James. 13 Waterloo street. 
Thomson, John, 120 King street 

TOBACCONISTS AND SNUFF 
MANUFACTURERS. 

Those marked s are snuff manufacturers. 

Gilmour, James, 2 Fore street 
Grieve, Robert, & Son, 24 Portland st. s 
Mitchell, William, & Co , 58 King st. s 
Wallace, Ross, 55 King street 

TOBACCO PIPE MAKER- 

Davies, J., Titchfield street 

TOY MERCHANTS. 

Hastie, Mrs. James, 2 Croft street 
Stevens, Hugh, 71 King street 

TURNERS. 

Russell, Charles, Princes street 
Russell, Ebenezer, 19 East George street 

UMBRELLA MAKERS. 

Adams & Co., 34 King street 
Douglas, James, Titchfield street 

VETERINARY SURGEON. 

Aitken, Wm., M.R.C.V.S.; V.S. A.Y.C. 
Mill lane 

WATCH AND CLOCKMAKERS- 

SEE JEWELLERS. 

WATER METER MANUFRS. 

Kennedy & Co., Townholm 

WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANTS 
(WHOLESALE). 

Arbnckle, Matthew, 2 Portland street 
Brown & Howie, 103 King street 
Hodge, James, 10 King street 
Rankin, Wm., & Son, 96 King street 
Walker, John, & Sons, 25 King street 
Wallace, Wm., & Co., 55 Portland street 
Wyllie, John, 12 and 14 Cheapside street 

WOOD MERCHANTS. 

Howie, John, & Son, West Langlands st. 
Paton, Jas., & Son, 14 West Langlands st. 
Samson, C. & A. M., John Finnie street 



WOOL SPINNERS. 

Laughland, Roxburgh, & Co., Townholm 
Somervail, Wm., Braeside Mill, Back lane 
Thomson, W. & M., Crookedholm. 
Wilson, James, Menford lane 

WRIGHTS. 

Those marked c are cartwrights. 

Andrew, Alexander, 9 East Groorge st. 
Bicket & Son, 2 Langlands brae 
Brown, Matthew, Dean lane c 
Craig, John, & Son, George Hotel Build- 
ings, Portland street 
Dunlop, John, Langlands brae 
Gemmell, Peter, 28 Fore street 
Gemmell, Robert, Back street 
Gemmell, William, Fowlds steeet 
Howie, John, 14 West Langlands street 
Innes, David, 11 Strand street 
Littlejohn, George, senr., Beansburn c 
Littlejohn, George, junr., Dunlop st. c 
M'Muldroch, John, Union street 
M'Skimming, Andrew, at C. & A. M. 

Samson's, John Finnie street 
Rome, James, 15 West Langlands street 
Scott, William, Dundonald road 
Stewart, Robert, 18 High Glencairn st. 
Templeton & Turnbull, 96 Portland st. 
Wilson, John, 37 Waterside street 

WRITERS. 

\ndrews, D. R. & T. B., 38 Portland st. 
Hamilton, A. & J., Town Buildings, 

King street 
Hamilton, John G., 38 Portland street 
Henderson, James, Market lane 
Muir, John M., 27 King street 
VI'Laren, George, junr., 1 Cheapside st. 
Robertson, James, 14 Duke sti-eet 
Simpson, John, 8 Duke street 
Smith, Ebenezer, 63 Portland street 
Steven, John, 4 East George street 
Stewart, James, National Bank of Scot- 
land, King street 
Sturrock, John, Duke street 
Torrance, John, 87 King street 
Watson, James, 88 King street 

YARN MERCHANTS. 

Stevenson, Humphrey, & Son, 8 East 
George street 



DIJRECTOKY OF 



NEIGHBOURHOOD AND SUEEOUNDING VILLAGES. 



BEANSBUSN AND NEIGH- 
BOURHOOD. 

Alexander, John, farmer, Broombrae 
Barr, Robert, farmer, Craighall 
Boyd, James, Beansburn 
Brown, William, schoolmaster, Rowallan 
Clelland, James, farmer, Knockinlaw 
Craig, David, Dean Cottage 
Craig, Matthew, Deanhill 
Craig, Thomas, farmer, Onthank 
Craufurd, W. H., of Craufurdland castle 
Cuthbertson, Robt., farmer. Top Onthank 
Dale, David, forester, Bankend 
Dale, Robert, forester, Rowallan Castle 
Dalziel, W,, farmer, Craufurdland Mains 
Dickie, David, farmer, Tannahill 
Dunlop, Matthew, farmer, Beansburn 
Ferguson, Alexander, Borland 
Findlay, Thomas, farmer, Wardneuk 
Findiay, William (of Wm. Findlay & Co.), 

Deanbank 
Gilmour, Jas. S., farmer, Dinnans 
Littlejohn, George, wright, Beansburn 
Loudon, Mrs. H., Little Mosside 
Mackay, John (of Mackay & Son), Dean- 
bank 
Mackenzie, H., gamekeeper, Rowallan 

Mains 
Mackie, Robert, farmer. South Craig 
Moodie, Mr. , schoolmaster, Beansburn 
M'Kean, Miss, Alma Cottage, Beansburn 
M'Kerrow, Andrew, smith, Beansburn 
Parker, Misses, Assloss House 
Railton, Robert (of Gregory, Thomson's, 

& Co.), Deanside 
Ramage, Adam, Dean House 
Reid, Thomas, keeper of North Craig 

Reservoir 
Taylor, James, grocer, Beansburn 
Templeton. John, farmer, Meiklewood 
Thomson, Daniel, farmer, North Craig 
Thomson, John, farmer, Borland 
Thomson, Wm., farmer, Assloss Mains 



Turner, F. J. (factor to his Grace tho 

Duke of Portland), The Dean 
Wilson, John, farmer, Assloss Farm 
Woodburn, Miss, The Brae, Beansburn 

CRAIGIE & NEIGHBOURHOOD. 

GENTRY AND CLERGY. 

Campbell, Major C. V., of Netherplace, 

Cairnhill 
Galloway, William, Adamhill Colliery 
Hamilton, Col. J. F., of Cairnhill 
Hamilton, Major Walter, M.P., yr., of 

Cairnhill 
Kennedy. John, Underwood 
Stirling, Rev. David, The Manse 

PROPRIETORS (not RESIDENT). 

Campbell, Captain, (Patron) 
Oswald, Alexander, Auchencruive 
Stirling, John, of Foulton Bridge Kirk, 
Cockermouth 

BLACKSMITHS. 

Brown, Andrew, Catcraig 
Douglas, Francis, Underbills 
Muir, Robert, Five Ways, Cairnhill 

BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS. 

Anderson, David, Bridgend, Shaw's Mill 
Brown, David, Post Office 
PatOD, James, & Son 

CARPENTBKS AND JOINERS. 

Campbell, David, Underbills 
Wilson, William, Catcraig 

CO ALM ASTERS. 

Galloway, Lindsay, & Coy., Adamhill 

Colliery 
Galloway, Robert, Blacklands 
Murray, Robert, Foreman, Adamhill 

Colliery 

DRESSMAKERS AND MILLINERS. 

M'Fadzean, Jean, Village 
Scrogie, Jean, Underhills 



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Sloan, Miss, The Lodge, Cairnhill 
Wood, Janet, Village 

FARMERS. 

Man, James, Hirst 

Allan, William, Hill of Barnweil 

Anderson, Thomas, Snodston 

Borland, Matthew, High Wardneuk 

Brown, Andrew, Catcraig 

Brown, James, Kirkhill 

Brown, William, Lodgebush 

Calderwood, Andrew, High Borland 

Currie, Robert, Home Farm, Cairnhill 

Drumraoud, John, Camsiscan 

Druramond, Robert, Pocknave 

Drummond, WiUiam, Fairwells 

Eaglesham, Robert, Kamageston, Cross- 
hands 

Frazer, Robert, Plowlands 

Hay, James, Sidehead 

Hopkins, Robert, Maintree 

Hunter, William, Foulton 

Kennedy, Mr., Pisgah 

Ktlpatrick, Allan, Craigie Mains 

Lamont, Hugh, Bailliestou 

Lindsay, Alexander, Baruiveil House 

Lindsay, James, Borland 

Lindsay, Thouias, Townend 

Millar, James, Laugside & Burnbank 
•Morrison, James, Syke 

Morrison, John, High Langcraig 

Morrison, William, Laigh Langcraig 

M'Latchie, Andrew, Campcastle 

M'Gregor William, Brockley 

M'Kay, Mr., Heugh Mill 

Muir, John, Foulton 

Parker, A. G., Adamhill 

Parker, Robert, Broadyards 

Picken, James, Laigh Laugside 

Reid, M., Mid Foulion 

Reid, William, Lillielaw 

Si liars, David, Caldrongill 

Tannock, Andrew, Underbills 

Taylor, James, Liitlehill, Crosshands 

Tuylor, John, Hill & Longhouse, Cross- 
hands 

Templeton, Robert, Midton & Blacklands 

Watson, James, Meadowhead 

Wilson, William, Hightree ; 

Young, John, Rattenraw, Crosshands 

Young, Mr., Low Wardneuk 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Innkeeper, Matthew Sillars 
Lime-stone Miners, Wm. Given, Village*^ 
William Robb, Hilltop 



Registrar, Inspector of Poor, & Session 

Clerk, James Watson 
Stone-dyke Mason, Thomas Brown 
Schoolmaster, William Wardrop 
Tailor, William Sinclair 
Established Church, Rev. David Stirling, 

minister 

CKOSSHOUSE, PERCETON ROW, 
AND NEIGHBOURHOOD. 

Allan, John, farmer, Capringstone 
Barrowman, James, secretary to Co- 
operative Society, Crosshouse 
Brown, Peter, tile raanufr., Corsehill 
Cameron, John, grocer and provision 

merchant, Crosshouse 
Cameron, Wm , potato merchant, Cross- 
house 
Clegg, James, clerk, Warwickhill Colliery 
Co-Operative Society, Crosshouse 
Cuthbertson, James, teacher, Crosshouse 
Donald, Thomas, farmer, Fardlehill 
Douglas, William, smith, Crosshouse 
Douglas, William, junr., cheese merchant, 

Crosshouse 
Findlay, James, Bourtreehill Colliery, 
Dreghorn, by Irvine; ho., Capringstone 
Cottage, by Kilmarnock 
Gairdner, Robert, Thorntoun House, Kil- 
marnock 
Gibson, John, wright, Crosshouse 
Glen, A., farmer, Muirhouses, Perceton 
Goldie, David, farmer, Corsehill 
Howat, Jasper, farmer, Highbarns, by 

Crosshouse 
Howie, Mrs., farmer, Grreenside,by Cross- 
house 
Hunter, Robert, grocer, &c., Springside 
Laught, Mrs. T., farmer, Drummuir 
Mackay, Jas.., teacher, Perceton School 
M'Lennan, James S., teacher, Warwick- 
hill; house, Warwickhill Cottage 
M'Murtrie, David, baker, Crosshouse 
Miller, W. & R., grocers, &c., Dreghorn, 

by Irvine 
Miller, William, Springhill Farm 
Morris, Mrs. Pollok, The Craig, Kilmk. 
Muir, John, Warwick Mains 
Murdoch, John, smith, Crosshouse 
Ralston, Mrs. M'Dougall, Warwickhill Ho. 
Sloan, Mrs., farmer, Springside 
Smith, Alexander, Croft Inn and Hotel 
Smith, J., farmer, Holmes, by Crosshouse 
Stevenson, H., manager of Perceton Fire 
Clay Works 



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Stevenson, James, farmer, Kirkland, by 

Crosshoase 
Stevenson, John, farmer, Thornton, by 

Crosshouse 
Swan, William, manager, Anuandale and 

Thorntoun Collieries 
Taylor, John, farmer, Warwickdale 
Templeton, William, farmer, Cauldhame, 

by Crosshouse 
Walker, William, manager, Warwickhill 

Colliery 
Weir, Jas., boot and shoemaker, Cross- 
house 
Wilson, Gavin, grocer and provision 

merchant, Crosshouse 
Woodburn, Hugh, farmer, Annandale 

DTJNDONALD AND NEIGH- 
BOURHOOD- 

GENTRY AND CLERGY. 

Alexander, Wm., M.D. 
Anderson, Thomas, Fairlie House 
Beckett, James, Hillhouse 
Craig, Rev. A., Free Church Manse 
Finnic, William, Newfield 
Hon. G. E.. Vernon, Auchans House 
Muir, Miss, Roadend Cottage 
Sirae, Rev. John, The Manse 

BAKER. 

Miller, John 

BOOT AND SHOEMAKER. 

Borland, Hugh 

CARPENTER AND JOINER. 

Paterson, John 

COACHBUILDEKS. 

Brunton, John 
Cumming, John 

CONTRACTOR. 

Hendrie, Robert 

FARMERS. 

Agnew, William, Galrigside 
Alison, James, Harpercroft 
Barbour, Wm., Broomhill 
Barclay, John, Guillieland 
Barr, John, Harperland 
Blair, James, Girtridge 
Brown, Matthew, Highlees 
Caldwell, John, Plewland 
Davidson, James, Crooks 
Gray, David, Bogside 
Gray, James, Bogside 



Jack, Hugh, Shewalton 
Jack, William, Old Hall 
M'Killop, William, Eoanhill 
M'Kinnon, John, Laurieston 
Scott, Alexander, Cockhill 
Smith, James, Craig 
Smith, John, Brownlees 
Taylor, John, Fortyacres 
Tyre, William, Templetoa 
Wallace, Hugh, Boa:head 
Wilson, James, Holmes 
Wood, John, Hallyards 
Wright, James, Kilnford 
Young, Samuel, Newfield Mains 

FLESHER. 

Wyllie, James 

GROCERS. 

Faulds, Robert 

Hay, John 

Thomson, Jane, Post OflSce 

INNKEEPERS AND SPIRIT DEALERS. 

Barbour, Mrs. 
Gemmell, Robert 

MASONS. 

Hodge, George 
Murray, Thomas 

MILLER. 

Dinning, James, Girtridge Mill 

REGISTRAR AND SESSION CLERK. 

Halbert, David 

SURGEONS. 
Alexander, William, M.D. 
Burnett, John (veterinary) 

TEACHER. 

Macrosty, Peter, Parish School 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Burton, James, gamekeeper, Auchans 
Martin, Alexander, road surfaceman 
Stevenson, James, gardener, Auchans 

PLACES OF WORSHIP. 

Established Church, Rev. John Sime,. 

minister 
Free Church, Rev, A. Craig, minister 

FENWICK&NEIGHBOURHOOD- 

GENTRY AND CLERGY. 

Craig, Rev. R. C. Free Church Manse 
Craufurd, J. R. H., yr., of Craufurdland 
Craufurd, Wm. Houison, of Craufurd- 
land 



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Dickie, Rev. David, The Manse 
Nelson, Capt., Fenwick 
Orr, Rev. William, U.P. Church Manse 
Picken, Capt., Hillhouse Lodge 
Taylor, Robert, Darwhilling 

BLACKSMITHS. 

Arrol, John 
Douglas, Alexander 
Husband, James, Waterside 

BOOT AND SHOEMAKERS. 

Bicket, "William 
Pulton, John 
Fulton, W. & J. 

CARTWRIGHTS AND JOINERS. 

Oalt, Allan 

Rodger, James 

Wyllie, John, Waterside 

FARMERS. 

Aitken, James, Glenleitch 
Alexander, J., High Arness 
Alexander, Robert, Artnock 
Allan, James, Whiteleehill 
Barr, James, Little Horsehill 
Barr, W., Marchbank 
Bicket, D., Clanfin 
Bicket, J,, Bruntland 
Brown, Allan, Beanscroft 
Calderwood, D., East Clanfin 
Calderwood, David, Blackbyre 
Calderwood, Hugh, Windyhill 
Calderwood, James, Benbeugh 
Calderwood, John, West Blackbyre 
Cameron, William, Townend 
Clark, Robert, Greenhill 
Craig, Hugh, Raithburn 
Craig, James, East Coldrie 
Craig, William, Pokelly Hull 
Currie, James, Gree 
Currie, Robert, East Broadmoss 
Currie, Robert, Field House 
Currie, Robert, Little Gree 
Dalziel, Gavin, Kingswell 
Dickie, Robert, Tannacrieff 
Dunlop, A., Benthouse 
Dunlop, Francis, Midland 
Dunlop, George, Warnockland 
Dunlop, James, Highfield 
Dunlop, James, Raithhill 
Dunlop, James, Townend of Gree 
Dunlop, Matthew, Craigendunton 
Gemmell, Alei., Tannacrieff 
Gemmell, Andrew, Crofthead 
Gemmell, Andrew, High Gainford 
Gemmell, J., Aitkenhead 



Gemmell, John, Drumboy 
Gemmell, John, West Coldrie 
Gemmell, Peter, High Todhill 
Gemmell, Robert, Low Gainford 
Gemmell, W., Amlaird 
Gemmell, W., Wyllieland 
Gilmour, James, Townhead 
Gilmour, Thomas, Brae 
Highet, James, Hillhousehill 
Howie, John, Lochgoin 
Howie, Robert, Drumtee 
Kerr, John, Righill 
Lamberton, John, Highburn 
Lindsay, James, High Clinch 
Lindsay, James, East Polkelly 
Lindsay, James, Whoonyett 
Lindsay, John, Tayburn 
Lindsay, Robert, Glaister 
Lindsay, Thomas, Langdyke 
Lindsav, William, Craigends 
Loudon, Robert, Harelaw 
Muir, Andrew, Porisken 
Muir, David, Skirnieland 
Muir, Robert, Netherraith 
M'Dougall, John, Laighmuir 
M'Kersie, Wm., Croilburn 
Orr, Robert, Balgray Mill 
Picken, Andrew, Glassock 
Picken, John, Parkhead 
Robertson, Hugh, Dalmusternock 
Scoular, James, Thorn 
Scoular, John, Gardrum Mill 
Shedden, Thomas, Clonherb 
Smith, James, Horsehill 
Smith, John, Greenwalls 
Steel, Thomas, Clinch 
Steven, William, Broadmoss 
Stewart, W., North Drumboy 
Stewart, Mrs., Haghouse 
Taylor, A., Burnhead 
Taylor, David, Low Todhill 
Taylor, James, Dalraith 
Templeton, John, Meiklewood 
Thomson, Robert, Meadowhead 
Vallance, John, Blaircraigs 
Wallace, Robert, Hairshaw Mill 
Wallace, Robert, Mid Coldrie 
Wallace, William, Old Hall 
Wardrop, John, Pokelly 
Watt, A , Greelaw 
Welsh, David, Arness 
Wilson, James, Glassock 
Wyllie, Hugh, Mainsheugh 
Wyllie, David, Damhead 
Wyllie. James, Little Fenwick 
Wyllie, John, Burnfoot 



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Young, James, Hairshaw 
Young, Robert, Mosside 

FLESHERS. 

Alexander, John, Waterside 
Fulton, William 

GROCERS, INNKEEPERS, & SPIRIT DEALERS, 

Arthur, James, Innkeeper 

Borland, Alexander, grocer 

Calderwood, Robert, grocer, Waterside 

Fulton, William, innkeeper 

Gemmell, John, grocer 

Lockhart, Miss, grocer 

Scott, Mrs. Walter, spirit dealer 

Thomson, Hugh, grocer 

Watt, Mrs., grocer 

MANUFACTURERS. 

Alexander, Hugh, & Sons, Waterside 
Chisholm, George, Sandbed Mill 
Montgomery, William 
Muir, J. & W. 

MASONS. 

Creelman, Charles 
Dickie, Adam 
Shedden, John 
Young, James 

MILLERS. 

Orr, Robert, Balgray Mill 
Scoular, John, Gardrum Mill 

MILLINERS AND DRESSMAKERS 

Calderwood, Misses 
Fulton, Misses 
Fulton, Miss, Laighmuir 
Taylor, Margaret 
Wilson, Mary 

TAILORS 

Shannon, David 
Wilson, James 

TEACHERS. 

Brown, Francis 
Fulton, William, Kingswell 
Meiklejohn, William 
M'Nair, William 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Anderson, Thomas, agent 
Armour, Alexander, carrier 
Cameron, William, carrier 
Muir, Robert, coal merchant 
Stevenson, Dr., surgeon 

PLACES OP WORSHIP. 

Established Church; Rev. D. Dickie, 
minister 



Free Church; Rev. R. C. Craig, minister 
United Presbyterian Church; Rev. Wra. 
Orr, minister 

GATEHEAD AND NEIGHBOUR- 
HOOD. 

Brown, James, station-master, Gatehead 
Buchanan, Gilbert, schoolmaster, Old 

Rome 
Caldwell, James, farmer, Moorfleld 
Caldwell, John, farmer, Springhill 
Dickie, James, farmer, Bogside 
Highet, John, farmer, Cochran Lodge 
Muir, R. & J., sawyers, Leith Saw Mills 
Robertson, James, merchant, Gatehead 
Robertson, W., miller, Cambuskeith Mill 
Robertson, W. P., manager, Moorfield 

Tile Works; ho., Gargieston Cottage 
Rorison, Wm., innkeeper, Cochrane Inn 
Smith, David, farmer, Big Gatehead 
Smith, John, farmer, Windyedge 
Steel, John, farmer. East Gatehead 
Taylor, Mrs., Moorfield 
Todd, James, farmer. Old Rome 
Young, James, farmer, Murrays 
Young, Robert, ham curer , Gatehead 
Walker, Robt., coalmaster,Fairlie colliery 

GALSTON & NEIGHBOURHOOD 

GENTRY AND CLERGY. 

Dempster, James, Ladyton 
Pairlie, William, Holmes House 
Gemmell, John, Wallace street 
Gilmour, Boyd, Riverside Cottage, Titch- 

field street 
HendriC; James, Union Bank 
Hendrie, John, Union Bank 
M'Indoe, Rev. Robert 
Mackintosh, Mrs. Margt., Strath Galston 
iVIackie, Robert, Loudoun Cottage (Factor 

on Loudoun & Rowallan Estates) 
M'Leod, Dr. John, Flowerbank Cottage 
Mair, Andrew 

Mathewson, Rev. Thomas, Wallace street 
Meikle, James, Henrietta street 
Morton, John, 7 Bentinck terrace 
Palmer, George, Polwarth street 
Paterson, Mrs. Mary, Barr street 
Ramsay, Dr. John K., Brewland street 
Richmond, Robert, Barr street 
Rodger, William, surgeon 
Stirling, Rev. Robert, D.D., The Manse 
Tait, Alexander D., Milrig House 



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AGENTS TO MANUFACTURERS. 

Cochrane, Alexander, Orchard street 
Cathbertson, Hugh, Orchard street 
Hutchieson, James, Brewland street 
Mair, Andrew, Henrietta street 
Meikle, James, Henrietta street 
Robertson, Charles, Henrietta street 
Watson, David, Titchfield street 

BAKERS. 

Gibson, Thomas M., Bridge street 
Harvey, Alexander, Bridge street 
Lyon, John Wallace, Henrietta street 
Murdoch, John, Bridge street 

BANKERS, 

Union Bank of Scotland; J. & J. Hendrie, 
agents 

BLACKSMITHS. 

Findlay, James, Henrietta street 
Law, Andrew, Titchfield street 
Neil, James, Bridge street 
Reid, John, Cross street 

BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. 

M'Donald, William, Bridge street 
Torrance, James, 5 Cross street 

BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS. 

Corson, John, Brewland street 
Dunn, James, Folwarth street 
Findlay, Hugh, Wallace street 
Laachlan, Andrew, Polwarth street 
Paterson, George, Henrietta street 
Richmond, Hugh, Henrietta street 

CAKTWRIGHTS AND JOINERS. 

Holborn, Alexander, Wallace street 
Mair & Anderson, Barr street 
Smith, Thomas, Titchfield street 
Teudall, Abram, Barr street 

COAL MERCHANTS. 

(Holland & Gilraonr, Goatfoot Colliery 
Home, John, Galston Colliery 
Home, R. R , Galston Colliery 
Kinloch, John, & Compy., Gauchalland 

Colliery 
Roxburgh, W. & D., Maxwood Colliery 

FARMERS. 

Anderson, James, Waterside 
Anderson, Robert, Clinchyard 
Barclay, Andrew, Rigghead 
Bone, William, Auchencloich 
Bowie, George, Gauchalland 
Donald, William, Sornbeg 
Gibson, Allan, Cowgrove 



Howie, Thomas, Maxwood 
Hendrie, James, Drumcloich 
Lennox, WiUiam, Bruntwood 
Manson, James, Millands 
Maxwell, Alexander, Sparnelbank 
Meikle, Thomas, Strath 
M'Lellan, John, forester, Bumhouse 
Paterson, Robert, Barward 
Paterson, Robert, Middlethird 
Rankin, David, Goatfoot 
Reid, William, Gauchland Quarry 
Stevenson, Robert, Hillhouse 
Taylor, Hugh, BuUbill 
Weir, Wilham, Bent 
Whyte, John, Dykescroft 
Wilson, Archibald, Threepwood 
Wright, Robert, Bruntwoodmains 
Wright, William, Meikleyard 
Young, Andrew, Bruntwoodhill 
Young, James, Sornhill 

PLESHERS. 

Dunlop, J. & A., Bridge street 
Paton, Alexander, Titchfield street 
Paton, Andrew, Wallace street 
Paton, Thos., Polwarth street 
Wilson, Hugh, Bridge street 

GROCERS. 

Cochran, James, Bridge street 
Ferguson, George, Bridge street 
Hannah, George, Henrietta street 
Hutchison, R. & J., Cross street 
Hutchison, Jane, Brewland street 
M 'Donald, Wm., Bridge street 
Mair, John, Bridge street 
Mair, Robert, Henrietta street 
Meikle, Geo., Polwarth street 
Nisbet, Wra , Bridge street 
Richmond, James, Bridge street 
Roxburgh, Alexander, Titchfield street 
Timothy, John, Wallace street 
Timothy, Thomas, Titchfield street 
White, Alexander, Cross street 
Wilson, John, Bridge street 
Young, Robert, & Co., Henrietta street 

INNKEEPERS AND SPIRIT -MERCHANTS, 

Campbell, Alexander, Loudoun Arms 
Clark, Geo., Henrietta street 
Dunlop, Wm., Titchfield street 
Ferguson, George, Crown Inn 
Hall, Donald, Black Bull 
Hannah, George, Henrietta street 
Hutchison, R. & J., Cross street 
Keirs. James, Sun Inn 
Mair, John, Bridge street 
M'Lanachan, John, Titchfield street 



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Nisbet, William, Bridge street 
Reid, James, Bridge street 
Richmond, James, Bridge street 
Roxburgh, Alexander, Titchfield street 
Smith, Mary, Brewland street 
Steel, Gabriel, Portland Arms 
Timothy, John, Wallace street 
Timothy, Thomas, Titchfield street 
Wilson, John, Bridge street 
Young, Robert, & Co., Henrietta street 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Caledonian; Wm. Cameron, Polwarth st. 
Guardian Plate Glass; Wm. M'Donald, 

Bridge street 
Life Association of Scotland; Robert 

Hovvat, Bridge street 
National; Wm. M'Donald, Bridge street 
Northern; R. Young & Co., Henrietta st. 
Phoenix; Wm. M'Donald, Bridge street 
Royal; James Torrance, Bridge street 
Scottish Amicable; Adam Haddow, 

Wallace street 

TINSMITHS A.ND IRONMONGERS. 

Black, Thomas, Polwarth street 
Hamilton, William, Henrietta street 
Young, R., Henrietta street 

LINEN AND WOOLLEN DRAPEBS. 

Anderson, Geo. Ross, Bridge street 
Haddow, Adam, Wallace street 
Howat, Robert, Brewland street 
Lennox, John, Bridge street 
M'Murtrie, John, Brewland street 

MANUFACTURERS. 

Brown, John, & Hugh, (blankets) Barr 

street 
Hutcheson, Jas. (muslins), Brewland st. 
Richmond, Robert (blankets), Barr st. 
Stewart, Andrew, Titchfield street 

MILLERS. 

Smith, James, Barr Mill 
Young, John, Bankhead Mill 

MILLINERS AND DRESSMAKERS. 

Frame, Mary, Henrietta street 
Hamilton, Martha, Brewland street 
Howat, Agnes, Brewland street 
Lyon, Mary, Polwarth street 
Marshall, Christina, Polwarth street 
Meikle, Mary, Henrietta street 
Smith, Jane, Gauchland row 
Thomson, Janet, Polwarth street 
Wallace, Ann, Polwarth street 
Wilson, Jane, Titchfield street 
Young, Margaret, Old Walls 



STONE MASONS. 

Anderson, J. R. & G-, builders, Bentinck 

street 
Gray & Cox, Chapel lane 
Scoular, Robert, Glebeside Cottage 

SURGEONS. 

M'Leod, Jno., M.D., Flowerbank Cottage 
Ramsay, John K., M.D., Brewland st. 
Rodger, William, Bridge street 

TAILORS. 

Bryce, James, Henrietta street 
Campbell, Alexander, Polwarth street 
Campbell, William, Polwarth street 
Fletcher, George, Henrietta street 
Gait, James, Bridge street 
M'Lannachan, John, Titchfield street 
Parker, Thomas, Church lane 
Scott, John, Polwarth street 

TEACHERS . 

Blair School; George Paterson, master 
Industrial School; Mrs. Logan, mistress 
Parochial School; William Bell, master 
The Public School; Robert M'Donald, 
master 

WRITERS. 

Hendrie, James, Polwarth street 
Hendrie, John, Polwarth street 

PLACES OF WORSHIP, 

Established Church; Rev. Robt. Stirling, 

D.D., minister 
Evangelical Union Chapel; Rev. Thomas 

Suttie, minister 
Free Church; Rev. Robert M'Indoe, 

minister 
United Presbyterian Church; Rev. Thos. 

Mathewson, minister 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Ayrshire Temperance Union ; Rev. Thos. 

Suttie, secretary; Wm. Ferguson, 

treasurer 
Brown, Matthew, Inspector of Poor, 

Cross 
Campbell, Alex., photographer, Polwarth 

street 
Cochrane, James, earthenware dealer, 

Brewland street 
Frew, Alexander, brick and tile maker, 

Burnside Cottage 
Gas Works, Titchfield street; Archd. 

Nisbet, manager; George Palmer, 

secretary and treasurer 
Howie, John, potatoe dealer, Henrietta 

street 



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Hutchison, R. & J., grain merchants, 1 

Cross street 
Mills, Samuel, fruiterer, Titchfield street 
M'Farlane, Wm., watchmaker & jeweller, 

Cross 
M'Intosh, Margaret, paper mill board 

manufacturer, Strath Mills 
Porter, David, saddler, Bridge street 
Robertson, John, slater, Polwarth street 
Steel, James, railway contractor, Court- 
thorn Cottage 
Torrance, Robert, glazier, paper hanger, 
painter, and gilder, 7 Cross street ; ho., 
5 Cross street 
Wilson & Yeudall, saw millers 

HURLFORD AND NEIGH- 
BOURHOOD. 

(«5NTRY AND CLERGY. 

Fairlie, Wm., Holmes House 

Galloway, John, Barleith 

Gilmour, Allan, Woodend House 

Gilraour, Mrs. , Rosebank Cottage 

Howie, John, Newhouse 

Howie, Mrs., Newhouse 

Hutchison, Rev. Smith, Established 

Church Missionary 
M'Latchie, John, M.D., Woodend Cottage 
Morris, James, Dollars House 
Purvis, Mrs., Manse Cottage 
Reid, Rev. Wm., Free Church Manse 
Stewart, John, Shawhill 
Thomson, Robert, Crookedholm Cottage 
Walker, Mrs., Struthers Cottage 
Warnock, John, Braehead Cottage 
Weir, William, Crookedholm House 

BAKERS. 

Barr, Archibald 
Hume, R. & D. 

BLACKSMITHS. 

Kerr, John 
Paterson, Adam 

BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS. 

Inglis, Hugh 
Murdoch, James 

CARPENTERS AND JOINERS. 

M'Millan. Andrew 
Walker, William 

COALM ASTERS. 

Dunlop, William, Ashyard Colliery 



Galloway, John, & Co., Barleith and 
Dollars Collieries 

Gilmour, Allan, & Co., Hurlford and 
Portland Collieries 

Gilmour, Boyd, & Co., Woodend, Burn- 
bank, Ladyton, and Goatfoot CoUieried 

Howie, John, Hurlford Colliery 

Home, John, Holmes Colliery 

DRESSMAKERS AND MILLINERS. 

Graham, M., dressmaker 
Strang, E., milliner 

FARMERS. 

Anderson, Thoncas, Snodstone 

Bowie, A., East Overland 

Cochrane, Robert, Aird 

Cochrane, William, Bargour 

Cunningham, Wm., Dollars Mains 

Cuthbertson, John, Hurlford 

Drummond, Mr., Garrochmuir 

Drummond, Hugh, Craighead 

Dunlop, John, Haining Place 

Dunlop, R., Peell 

Galbraith, Archibald, Ralstonyards 

Goudie, Jas. & John, Sattersink 

Guthrie & Howatson, Woodside House 

Hamilton, James, Knowehead 

Hodge, David, Friendlesshead 

Hodge, Robert, Craighead 

Liggat, John, Ashyard 

Miller, John, East Holmes 

Miller, John, Low Dollars 

Miller, Matthew, Ashyard 

Morton, Hugh, Dalsangan 

Murdoch, Mrs., Blair 

Muir, James, Lochhill 

Neill, Thomas, Barleith 

Paterson, John, Ashyard 

Roxburgh, Andrew, Ladeside 

Shaw, James, Dykehead 

Shaw, John, Netherland 

Smith, John, Bowhouse 

Smith, Robert, Ashyard 

Smith, William, Lawersbridge 

Speirs, Thomas, Skerrington Mains 

Stevenson, Mr., Purroch 

Stevenson, Allan, Lady-yard 

Strahorn, R., West Overland 

Sturrock, James, Struthers 

Taylor, Hugh (cattle dealer), Kaimshill 

Wallace, Robert, Drumliehill 

Watson, .Tohn, Mosside 

Wilson, James, Liffnock 

Wilson, John, Brighouse 

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Woodburn, John, Ralstonhill 
Woodburn, J., Shawsmill 
Woodburn, Mr., Woodhead 
Wyllie, Allan, Bui'nfoot 

GROCERS. 

Barr, Archibald 

Cameron, Mrs 

Cun-ie, Charles 

Gemmell, E., Hoodston Bridge 

Goldie, Andrew 

Goudie, Wm., Post Office 

Hume, R. & D. 

Love, Andrew 

Lyon, James 

Miller, Andrew 

M 'Gibbon, David 

Park, Daniel 

Sinclair, W, J. 

Thomson, James 

Young, Mrs. 

INNKEEPERS AND SPIRIT DEALERS, 

Cameron, Mrs 

Currie, Charles 

Jones, James 

Kennedy, John, Crown Hotel 

M'Christie, Alexander 

M'Gibbon, David 

Nisbet, Mrs. 

Orr, John 

Paterson, William, Mayfield 

Sinclair, W. J. 

Wilson, Matthew, Crookedholm 

IRONMASTERS. 

Barclay, Andrew, Portland Foundry 
Baird, Wm., & Co., Portland Ironworks 
Simpson, John, Hurlford Foundry 
Strang, Andrew. Blair Foundry 
Weir, Wm. (of Wm. Baird & Co.), Port- 
land Ironworks 

LINEN AND WOOLLEN DRAPERS. 

Currie, Charles 
Goudie, William 
Park, Daniel 

MANUFACTURE RS. 

Thomson, W. & M., Crookedholm 

MILLER. 

Andrew, John H., Riccarton Mills 

SURGEON. 

M'Latchie, John, M.D.,Woodend Cottage 

TAILORS. 

Faulds, John 



Gow, Edward 
Nisbet, Jeremiah 

TEACHERS. 

Buchanan, John, Hurlford School 
Crawford, John, Crosshands 
M'Lure, Miss, Hurlford School 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Gemmell, John, manager, Holmes Colliery 

Howie, John, Oilwork 

Howie, J. & R., Fire-clay Works 

Millar, Robert, station-master 

M'Cowan, William, manager, Portland 
Colliery 

Warnock, John, manager, Barleith Col- 
liery. 

PLACE OF WORSHIP. 

Free Church; Rev. Wm. Reid, minister 

KILMAURS & NEIGHBOUR- 
HOOD. 

GENTRY AND CLERGY. 

Adam, W. P., of Tour House 
Campbell, James, of Crofthead 
Forgan, Charles, of Towerhill 
Gray, Rev. Andrew, U.P, Church Manse 
Inglis, Rev. Alexander, The Manse 
Kerr, Richard, Cunninghamhead House 
Maxwell, Rev. Jas., Free Church Manse 
M 'Knight, John, Plan House 
Patterson, Thomas, of High Longmuir 
Ritchie, Mrs,, Croft Cottage 
Woodrow, William, Fenwick road 
Woodrow, James, Fenwick road 

BAKER. 

Macfarlane, James 

BLACKSMITH, 

Jack, John 

BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS. 

Baird, Robert, Mill Hill Cottage 
Boyd, John, shoe agent, Bee Cottage 
Ledgerwood, Samuel 
Millar, William 
Steel, Robert 

CARTWRIGHTS AND JOINERS. 

Millar, Alexander 
Taylor, John 

DRESSMAKERS AND iMILLINEKS. 

Andrew, Janet, dressmaker 
King, Miss, dressmaker 
Montgomerie, Mrs., crape dresser 
Paton, Misses, dressmakers 



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KILMAURS. DISTRICT DIRECTORY. NEWMILNS. 



Welsh, Janet, milliner 
Wilson, Jane, milliner 

DRUGGIST. 

Sloan, Mrs. 

FARMERS. 

Barclay, John, Planhouse 
Barr, John, Knockintiber 
Brown, James, North Woodhill 
Cuthbertson, James, Yardside 
Dunlop, Hugh, Grassmillside 
Dunlop, Patrick, Altonhill 
Dunlop, William, Habbieauld 
Ferguson, Alexander, Greenhill 
Fulton, John, Waterpark 
Harvie, Hugh (and carter), Kilmaurs 
Hodge, Robert, Jocksthorn 
Kidd, Robert, Knocklandhill 
Kirkwood, James, Fenside 
Lindsay, Christopher, Tourhill 
Loudoun, James, Braehead 
Mair, William, Busby Mains 
M'Latchie, John, Woodhill 
M'Millan, George, Newlands 
Millar, Robert, View Villa 
Morton, George, Fergushill 
Orr, William, Busbiehead 
Shields, Mrs., Plan 
Smith, Hugh, Gowanbrae 
Smith, James, Buntenhill 
Smith, John, Laigh Langmuir 
Steel, Robert, Shaw 
Symington, Thomas, Gowanbrae 
Taylor, Mrs.. Standalane 
Templeton, William, East Woodhill 
Thomson, William, Bellsland 
Watt, Hugh, Knocklandside 
Wilson, John, Busby 
Wilson, John, Tour Garden 
Young, George, Kilmaurs Mains 

FLESHER. 

Harvie, Thomas 

GROCERS, INNKEEPERS, & SPIRIT DEALERS. 

Harvey, Thomas, innkeeper 
Lamberton, James, grocer 
Lamberton, Wm., grocer and spirit dealer 
Lees, Andrew, grocer 
Millar, Robert, spirit dealer 
Montgomery, Hugh, innkeeper 
Montgomery, James, store keeper 
Paton, Thomas, salt merchant 

MANUFACTURERS. 

Baillie, James, & Co. (blankets) 
Currie & Millar (bonnets) 



Marshall, David (horn-spoon maker) 

Marshall, Robert (horn-spoon maker) 

Millikin, David (blankets) 

Woodrow, James (bonnets) 

Woodrow, William (bonnets) ^ 

MASONS. 

Boyd, John 

Boyd, Robert | 

MILLERS. 

Mackie, Andrew, Kilmaurs House 
Mackie, John, Kilmaurs Mill 

MILLWRIGHT. 

Taylor, John 

TAILOR AND CLOTHIER 

Brown, Hugh 

TEACHERS. 

Blane, Master, Burgh School 
M'Naught, Duncan, Parish School 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Armour, Richard, letter carrier and town 

oflScer 
Ferguson, David, inspector of poor and 

registrar 
Montgomerie, James, postmaster 
M'Naught, Duncan, session clerk 
Ritchie, John, gas manager 

PLACES OF WORSHIP. 

Established Church; Rev. Alexander 

Inglis, minister 
Free Church; Rev. James Maxwell, 

minister 
U.P. Church; Rev. Andrew Gray, minister 

NEWMILNS AND NEIGHBOUR- 
HOOD- 

GENTRY AND CLERGY. 

Alston, Rev. Andrew, Newmilns 
Brown, Thomas, Lantine House 
Bruce, Rev. John, D.D., U.P. Manse 
Noble, Rev. Andrew, Loudoun Free 

Church Manse 
Robertson, Rev. John, Loudoun Manse 
Smith, Thomas, Park House 
Smith, William, Townhead 
Starke, James, Lantine 

AGENTS TO MANUFACTURERS. 

Harris, John, High street 
Lambie, Vf illiam, Greenholm 
Morton, James, High street 
Morton, John, Main street 
Morton , James, Greenholm 



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Morton, Hugh, junr., 13 High street 
Wilson, James, High street 

BAKERS. 

Anderson, Peter, 62 Main street; house, 

64 Main street 
M'CuUoch, Alexander, 24 Main street 
Smith, Andrew, Main street 

BANKER. 

Royal Bank of Scotland; Hugh Brown, 
agent 

BLACKSMITHS. 

Neil James, Green street 

Nisbet, Richmond, Kilnholm street 

Pollock, William, Greenholm 

BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS. 

Badger, Joseph, Main street 
Duncan, Andrew, Main street 
Kerr, Alexander, Main street 
M'Clure, John, High street 
Richmond, Hugh, Doitburn street 

CARPENTERS AND JOINERS. 

Allan, Alexander, Grey street 

Haddow, James, Main street 

Hood, Joseph, Main street 

Mitchell, James, Back street 

Mitchell, John & Archibald, Main street 

Shields, Hugh, Main street 

CARRIERS. 

Mair, John (to Glasgow) 
Mair, Robert (to Glasgow) 
Mair, James (to Kilmarnock) 

CATTLE DEALERS. 

Morton, James, Back street 
Morton, William, Back street 
Watson, Thomas, Whiteside Cottage 

CHEESE DEALERS. 

Brown, Hugh, Main street 
Mair, James, Main street 
Mair, John, Main street 
Mair, Robert, Main street 
Parker, Hugh, High street 

DRESSMAKERS & MILLINERS. 

Allan, Miss, Grey street 
Campbell, Margaret, Grey street 
Jackson, Eliza, Back street 
Miller, Agnes, milliner. Main street 
Morton, Jane Ferguson, milliner, Main 

street 
Richmond, Margaret, dressmaker, Doit- 
burn Street 
Smith, Isabella, dressmaker, Greenhead st. 



FARMERS. 

Allan, James, Byres of Bankhead 
Allison, William, Dyke 
Allison, William, Foulpaple 
Alston, George, Loudoun Hill 
Alston, James, Yondercroft 
Alston, Robert, Newlands 
Arnott, Hugh, Stonehall 
Cameron, John, Loudoun Hill 
Craig, John, Braidley 
Donald, Thomas, Crosstree 
Findlay, Francis, Windyhill 
Findlay, John, Laigh Dalloy 
Findlay, William, Crofthead 
Fleming, Hugh, Lochfleld 
Gebbie, Thomas, Brownhill 
Gemmell, Thomas, Dalloy 
Gilchrist, Andrew, Parkerston 
Gilchrist, Mrs. Thomas, Knevocklaw 
Leiper, James, Little Glen 
Lindsay, Allan, Cronnin 
Lindsay, John, Dalwhatswood 
Lindsay, Thomas, Woodhead 
Lindsay, Wm., junr., Clearmount 
Loudoun, James, Loudoun's Mill 
Loudoun, John, Low Overmoor 
Meikle, Robert, East Heads 
Miller, Matthew, Low Bowhill 
Miller, Hugh, Mount Pleasant 
Morton, Thomas, Ladybrow 
M'Pherson, Angus, Sabeside 
Nisbett, John, Long Green 
Paterson, James, Isles 
Rintoul, James, Hapton 
Smith, Andrew, Carlincraig 
Smith, James, Highside 
Stewart, John, High Overmoor 
Symington, David, High Bowhill 
Thomson, Wm., Brocklees 
Torrance, Matthew, Mains 
Torrance, Robert, Burnfoot 
Wilson, William, West Heads 
Wood, John, Passford 
Young, James, Gamesland 

FLESHERS. 

Haddow, Adam, Main street 
Haddow, Robert, Main street 

GROCERS. 

Brown, David, Greenholm 

Campbell, Thomas, Main street 

Craig, Jas., Co-Operative Society, Main 

street 
Haddow, George 
Holborn, Robert, Main street 



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NEW3IILNS. DISTRICT DIRECTORY. NEWMILNS. 



Loudoun, John, Main street 
Mair, John, Main street 
M'Pherson, James, Main street 
Millar, Elizabeth, Main street 
Morton, Hugh, Main street 
Parker, Hugh, Main street 
Rintoul, Margaret, Main street 
Robertson, Thomas, Main street 
Roxburgh, William, Main street 
Sawers, Hugh, Main street 
Wallace, Andrew, Greenholm 

INNKEEKERS. 

Anderson, Peter, Sun Inn 

Brown, Agnes & Jane, Railway Inn, 

Greenholm 
Brown, John, Black Bull 
Loudoun, Mrs. John, Angel Inn, Main st 
Mair, John, Crown Inn 
Morton, Hugh, Loudoun Arras 
Shields, Hugh, Crosskeys 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Northern; Hugh Morton 

Royal; John Morton, junr., Main street 

Scottish National; Thomas S. Gemmell, 

Main street 
Scottish Union; Hugh Brown, Main st. 

IRONMONGERS. 

Boyd, James, Main street 
Pollock, Matthew, Main street 
Todd, Matthew, & Co., Main street 

LINEN AND WOOLLEN DRAPERS. 

Haddow, George, 58 Main street; house, 

60 Main street 
Laurie, Nicol Brown, Main street 
Richmond, Francis, Main street 
Young, George, Main street 
Co-operative Society, Main street 

MILLERS. 

Loudoun, James, Loudoun Mill 
Scoular, Robert, Patie's Mill 

MUSLIN MANUFACTURERS. 

Blair, John, & Co., Greenholm 
Borland, William, High street 
Morton, John, High street 
Morton, John, Main street 
Muir, William, High street 
M'Pherson, Andrew, jun., Main street 
Pollock, George, 7 Main street 
Wyllie, James, High street 
Young, Matthew, 40 Brown street 



Blair, John, & Co., muslin cutters, Gi*een- 

holm 
Hood, Joseph, & Co., muslin cutters, 

Main street. 
Power-Loom Factory, Greenholm ; Joseph 

Hood & Co., wincey manufacturers. 

SPIRIT DEALERS. 

Gebbie, Francis, Main street 
Laurie, N. B , Main street 
Parker, Hugh, Main street 
Rintoul, Margaret, Main street 
Robertson, Thomas, Main street 

SURGEONS. 

Davidson, John, Dalduff House, Green- 
head 
Young, James, M.D., Main street 

TAILORS. 

Dykes, Samuel, Main street 
Dykes, Thomas, Main street 
Loudoun, John, Grey street 
Loudoun, Robert, Main street 
Runcie, Alexander, Main street 

TEACHERS. 

Free Church Schools; Malcolm M'Intosh, 

master 
Parochial School; John Campbell, master 

PLACES OF WORSHIP. 

Established Church; Rev. John Robert- 
son, minister 

Free Church; Rev. Andrew Noble, 
minister 

United Presbyterian Church ; Rev. John 
Bruce, and the Rev. Andrew Alston, 
ministers 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Blair, John, & Co., card cutters, Green- 
holm 

Boyd, James, bookseller, Main street 

Brown, John, stone mason. Main street 

Brown, James, painter, &c. 

Campbell, John, session clerk 

Campbell & Muir, stone masons. Back 
street 

Cuthbertson & Taylor, woollen mill, 
Greenhead 

Falconer, Kinloch, plasterer 

Gemmell, Thomas S., collector of taxes, 
inspector of poor, and sub-distributor 
of stamps 

Hood, Joseph, Jacquard machine maker 

Lawson, James, slater 

M'CuUoch, Alex., merchant, 24 Main 
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Mitchell, Jas., Jacqnard machine maker 

Mitchell, J. & A., Jacquard machine 
makers 

M'Nair, Alex., woollen mills; house, 7 
Union street 

Moore, Margaret, druggist, Main street 

M'Pherson, James, druggist, Main street 
. Morton, Hugh, auctioneer, Main street 

Parker, Alex., card cutter, Main street 

Pollock, Robert, Drygate 

Todd, M., & Co , gasfitters 

Wilson, James, card cutter. High street 

Ayrshire Temperance Union ; Joseph 
Hood, secretary 

Gas Work; John Hall, manager 

Newmilns Public Library, Council Cham- 
bers; James Hood, librarian. 

Reading Room, Council Chambers; Jas. 
Wyllie, keeper. 

MAGISTRATES, &0. 

Richmond, F. F., senior magistrate 
Morton, John, junior magistrate 
Morton, Hugh, treasurer and fiscal 
Mitchell, John, chancellor 

And 13 members of Council. 

RICCARTON AND NEIGHBOUR- 
HOOD. 

GENTRY AND CLERGY. 

Buchanan, Miss, of Bellfield 
Campbell, G. J., of Treesbanks House 
' Cunninghame, W. C. S., of Caprington 
Castle 
Deans, James Y., Kirkstyle 
Jeffrey, Rev. William, The Manse 

BAKER. 

Wallace, Robert, Old street 

BLACKSMITHS. 

Cassells, Hugh, Old street 
Douglas, Hugh, Clayslap 
Wright, Robert, New road 

BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS. 

Allan, Robert, New street 
Fisher, Robert, New street 
Pitt, Robert, & Son, New road 

CARPENTERS AND JOINERS. 

Gordon, Hugh, New road 
Guthrie, Hugh, Commonhead 
Kellock, Jas., Earlston, foreman joiner to 
W. C. S Cuninghame, Esq., Caprington 
Manson, John, Campbell street 



OOALMASTERS. 

Cuninghame, W. C. S., Caprington Col- 
liery 

Galloway, John, & Co., Barleith and 
Dollars Collieries 

DRESSMAKERS AND MILLINERS. 

Cunningham, Miss, New road 
Kellock, Miss, Earlston 
Lees, Mrs. David, New road 
Lees, Mrs. Hugh, New road 
Wallace, Miss, Old street 
Wilson, Miss, Campbell street 

DRYSALTER. 

Wyllie, Mrs., Old street 

FARMERS. 

Borland, Hugh, High Hillhouse 
Boyd, William, Ditton 
Caldwell, Robert, Inchgotrick 
Connell, John, Gateside 
Farquhar, James, Maxholm 
Gilmour, Hugh, Muggerslandburn 
Gray, James, Inchbean 
Jamieson, Thomas, Witchknowe 
Lambie, James, Sunnyside 
Lamont, John, Mosshead 
M'Fadzean, Robert, Langside 
M'Kie, Thomas, Kirklandside 
Miller, David, Bridgehouse 
Miller, James, Bellsland 
Miller, John, Dollars 
Smart, Thomas, Knowehead 
Smith, Andrew, Damhead 
Smith, Matthew, Whatriggs 
Speirs, William, Shortleea 
Templeton, James, Yardside 
Templeton, William, Braehead 
Traill, Adam, Crossbush 
Wallace, John, Mosside 
Wallace, Robert, Balgray 
Walls, Robert, Low Hillhouse 

FLESHER. 

Alexander, Alex,, Old street 

GROCERS. 

Anderson, John, New street 
Barclay, Elizabeth, Old street 
Bone, Mrs., Wheat Sheaf Inn 
Cunningham, Hugh, Old street 
Drennan, Mrs., New street 
Livingstone, Alex., New road 
Millar, James, Sun Inn, Spittalhill 
M'Millan, Daniel, Old Bridgend 
Spence, John, Old street 



MCCARTON. DISTRICT DIRECTORY. STEWARTON. 



Thomson, William, New street 
Young, Wm., Commercial Inn, Old st. 

INNKEEPERS AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS. 

Alexander, G., Crown Inn, Old street 
Barclay, Elizabeth, Old street 
Bone, Mrs., Wheat Sheaf Inn, New road 
Campbell, Martha, Old street 
Cunningham, Hugh, Albion Inn 
Cunningham, Hugh, Old street 
Drennan, Mrs., New street 
Farquhar, Mrs., Star Inn, New street 
M'Beth, Alexander, Old street 
M'Millan, Daniel, Old Bridge-end 
Millar, James, Sun Inn, Spittalhill 
Thomson, William, New street 
Wallace, William, Ola street 
Wilson, David, Black Bull Inn, Camp- 
bell street 
Young, William, Commercial Inn, Old st. 

LINEN AND WOOLLEN DRAPER. 

Shedden, Mrs., Old street 

MILLER. 

Andrew, John. H., Riccarton Mill, by 
Hurlford 

MINING MANAGERS, CAPRINGTON 
COLLIERIES. 

Dunn, Hugh Shaw, manager 
Livingstone, Danl, underground manager 
Oliver, John, underground manager 
Smith, John, underground manager 
Cook, John, colliery clerk 

SURGEON. 

Farquhar, William (veterinary) 

TAILOR. 

Shedden, William, New street 

TEACHERS. 

Adventure School, Crompton street; Wm. 

Lamont, teacher 
Caprington Infant School; Miss C. Hay 

and Miss M. Gardner, teachers 
Parish School; James M'Clure, master; 

Andrew Struthers and Agnes Barclay, 

assistants 

THATCHERS. 

Barrowman, William, New street 
Craig, Archibald, New street 

PLACE OF "WORSHIP. 

The Parish Church; Rev. Wm. Jeffrey, 
minister 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Allan, Jas., gardener at Caprington Castle 



Allan, Robert, church-officer and sexton, 

New street 
Andrew, William, miller, Old street 
Barrowman, Andrew, Academy street 
Bishop, John, cowfeeder, Wallace Hill 
Cassells, James, gardener, Kirkstyle 
Cowan, William, Foundry, New road 
Ferguson, R., coachman atBellfifld House 
Fyfe, Geo., gardener at Bellfield House 
Kelly, Wm., Postmaster, Riccarton 
Malcolm, J., Annfleld Cottage, Craigie rd. 
Miller, Thomas, Wallace Hill 
Morton, Miss, machine stitcher. Old st. 
Muir, G., coachman at Caprington Castle 
Picken, William, carter, Old street 
Shaw, James, bookseller. Old street 
Shaw, Hugh, Rose Cottage 
Smith, Captain John, Mount Pleasant 

Cottage, Craigie road 
Willock, John, carter. Old street 

STEWARTON AND DUNLOP. 

GENTRY AND CLERGY. 

Alexander, James, Union Bank 
Barton, A. L., Brown street 
Black, Mrs. Mary, Rosemount 
Brown, James, Hollybush Cottage 
Brown, John, Hill, Dunlop 
Buchanan, Mrs. Elizabeth, Draffan House 
Cairns, Rev. Peter, U.P. Manse, Bridgend 
Clugston, Rev. J., F.C. Manse, Avenue st. 
Craig, James, Borland Hills, Dunlop 
Cunninghame, John William Herbert, 

Lainshaw 
Cunninghame, Capt. Barry, Lainshaw 
Cunningham, Jas. Wyllie, secy, for the 

Cunninghame Reading and Library 

Rooms 
Deans, Mrs. Margaret, Braehead House 
Douglas, Thos. Dunlop, Dunlop House 
Dunlop, Mrs. Grace, Braehead House 
Dunlop, Mrs. Jean, Rigg street 
Ferguson, Jas., writer, Kersland House 
Gebbie, Rev. Wm., The Manse, Dunlop 
Kennedy, Rev. Alexander, The Manse, 

Stewarton 
Kerr, John James, Robertland 
Laidlaw, Thomas, Lainshaw street 
Love, James, agent, Royal Bank 
Macalister, Major Charles S., Kennox 
Macalister, James, Chapeltoun 
Mackie, Robert, Clerkhill 
Mackie, William, Meikle Corsehill 
M'Leish, Rev. Peter, F.C. Manse, Dunlop 
Provan, David, Loch ridge 



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Smitb, Rev. Robt., Congregational Manse 
Snodgrass, James A., Kersland House 
Soraervail, W., Hapland Cottage, Dunlop 
Skeoch, Wm., Avenue square 
Wallace, Miss Jane, Robertland House 

AGENTS TO MANUFACTURERS. 

Clark, Robert, High street 
Currie, Andrew, High street 
Dunlop, John, Kirkford 
Ferguson, Wm., Main street 
Orr, Robert, Brown street 
Thomson, Mrs., High street 
Wyllie, James, High street 

BAKERS. 

Blair, Hamilton, Dunlop 
Currie, John, High street 
M'Millan, Janet, Main street 
Sawers, Alex., Lainshaw street 
Wyllie, John, Main street 
Wyllie, William, Dunlop 
Young, Thomas, High street 

BANKS. 

Clydesdale Banking Co., Lainshaw street; 

Thomas Laidlaw, agent 
Royal Bank of Scotland, Lainshaw street; 

James Love, agent 
Stewarton Savings Bank; Thos. Laidlaw, 

agent 
Union Bank of Scotland, High street; 

James Alexander, agent 

BLACKSMITHS. 

Baird, John, Righead, Lainshaw 
Brown, William, Holm 
Cassells, George, Avenue square 
Edgar, William, Dunlop 
Eraser, George, Moorend 
Gill, Wm. & Robert, Fulshaw 
M'Gill, James, Pointhouse, Dunlop 
Wallace, William, Crossroads 

BONNET MANUFACTURERS. 

Barclay & Downes, Dean street 
Currie, Brown, & Co., High street 
Deans, Currie, & Co., Holm street 
Gibson, James, Kirkford 
Laughland, Wm., High street 
Mackie, Robert, & Co., Holm street 
Picken, Alex., Vennel street 
Picken, John, Bridgend; ho., 6 Bridgend 

street 
Picken & Wilson, High street 
Pollock & Borland, Rigg street 
Robertson, R. B., High street; ho , Nether 

Robertland 



Rodger, Alex., Dean street 

Rodger, James, Dean street 

Sim, Robt., Annock Cottage, Slewarton, 

and 9 Kelvingrove street, Glasgow; 

office, 14 Queen street, Glasgow 
Stewarton Bonnet Co., Holm street 
Wyllie, David, & Son., Dean street 
Wyllie & M'Dowall, Townhead 
Wyllie, Wm., & Co., 1 High street 

BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. 

Ferguson, John, Main street 
Wilson, Thomas, Main street 

BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS. 

Alexander, Andrew, Brown street 
Clark, Thomas, Lainshaw street 
Dunlop, Archibald, Bridgend 
Dunlop, James, Brown street 
Dunlop, William, High street 
Ferguson, Alexander, Main street 
Ferguson, William, High street 
Gait, Alexander, Lainshaw street 
Jamieson, James, Dunlop 
Linn, Alexander, Main street 
Logan, David, Dunlop 
Merrilees, Robert, Rigg street 
Paton, James, Rigg street 
Paton, William, Darlington 
Picken, James, Bridgend 
Ray, John, Holm street 
Sim, John, High street 
Wilson, James, High street 
Young, David, Rigg street 

CABINETMAKERS. 

Allan, James, High street 
Bowes, James, Darlington 
Brown, James, Avenue street 
Chalmers, James, Vennel street 
Paton, John, Brown street 
Robertson, Andrew, Dunlop 
Stewart, John, Dunlop 
Thomson, John, Cunninghamhead 

CARPENTERS, JOINERS, & 0ARTWRIGHT3. 

Bowes, James, Dean street 
Brown, James, Avenue street 
Craig, M. & J., High street 
Howie, Robert, Potato Ha', Dunlop 
Paton, John, Brown strleet 
Picken, James, Ladysteps, Dunlop 
Young, John, Corsehill Mill 
Young, Laurence, Fulshaw 

CARRIERS. 

Armour, Alex., High st. (to Kilmarnock) 
Newlands, David, High st. (to Glasgow) 



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CATTLE DEALERS. 

Cunningham, John, Vennel street 
Dunlop, Adam, Merryraonth, Dunlop 
Dunlop, Gabriel, Rigg street 
Dunlop, John, Vennel street 
Young, Thomas, Rigg street 

CHEESE AND MEAL DEALERS. 

Anderson, Andrew, Dunlop 
Cochrane, John, Mains 
Craig, Robert, Main street 
Ferguson, James, Over Lochridge 
Frame, Maxwell, Dunlop 
Oilmour, William, Leahead 
Nairn, Robert, Chapelhouse, Dunlop 
Robertson, Hugh, Dunlop 
Robertson, Robert, Dunlop 
Stevenson, Allan, Dunlop 
Stevenson, David, Newhouse 
Young, Thos., High street 

DYERS. 

Alexander, Alex., Darlington 
Mackie, Thomas, Holm street 

EARTHENWARE DEALERS. 

Deans, Mrs. , Main street 
Nairn, John, High street 
Taylor, William, High street 

FARMERS . 

Barbour, Matthew, Foggyhillock 

Brown, James, Birket Hall 

Brown, James, Horsemuir 

Brown, John, Kirkmuir 

Craig, William, Fulshaw 

Dunlop, John & James, Bloomridge 

Forest, James, Mid Lambroughton 

Gilchrist, Mr., Bottoms 

Gillies, James, Little Corsehill 

Gilmour, Allan, Broom 

Gilmour, John, hay dealer, Broom 

Hastings, William, Peacockbank 

Howie, John, Barrowhill 

Hyslop, Robert, Highcross 

Kerr, Robert, Cutstraw 

King, William, Lintbrae 

Laird, James, Cutstraw 

Laird, James, Horsemuir 

Lindsay, Alexander, Byrahill 

Lindsay, John, Thornhill 

Logan, Hugh, Cutstraw 

Miller, Thomas, Causeyhead 

M'Kay, Richard, Big Hill 

Miller, James, Stacklawhill 

Miller, Wm. (grain merchant), Bridgend 

Nairn, Hugh, Kilbride 



Nairn, John, East Lambroughton 
Neilson, Robert, Parkside 
Orr, Mrs., Cankerton 
Reid, Robert, Bonshaw 
Smith, James, Rigghead 
Shedden, W., Townhead of Lambrough ton 
Steel, James, Auchenharvie 
Stevenson, John, Irvinhill 
Stevenson, John, Whiteley 
Stevenson, David, Whiteley 
Stevenson, Robert, Gill Mill 
Templeton, James, Lochside 
Tennant, David, Whiteley 
Tennant, James, Hairshaw 
Thomson, Robert, Williamshaw 
Walker, Thomas, senr., Gateside 
Watt, Robert, Boagfoot 
White, James, Braehead 
Whiteford, Robert, Gabrockhill 
Wilson, James, Cutstraw 
Wilson, James, Bankend 
Wyllie, John, Gallowberry 

FLESHERS. 

Cunningham, John, Vennel street 
Dickie, Mrs. David, Lainshaw street 
Dunlop, Gabriel, Main street 
Dunlop, John, High street 
Mackie, Peter, High street 
Russell, George, High street 
Smith, Robert, Dunlop 

GROCERS. 

Alexander, Andrew, Brown street 

Blair, Robert, High street 

Brown, Wm., Darlington 

Cochran, Isabella, Main street 

Craig, Robert, Main street 

Craig, William, Avenue street 

Eaglesham, James, High street 

Edgar, William, Dunlop 

Hall, Jane, Dean street 

Highet, Andrew, Lainshaw street 

Logan, David, Dunlop 

Mackie, Thomas, Holm street 

M'Lymont, John, Lainshaw street 

Smith, John, Lainshaw street . 

Smith, Robert, Lainshaw street 

Steven, George, Main street 

Stewarton Co-operative Society (limited) 

Weir, Adam, Avenue square 

Young, Thomas, High street 

HAM CURERS. 

Craig, Robert, Main street 
Highet, Andrew, 9 Lainshaw street 
Love, James, Loudoun street 
Wilson, R., Burnhouse Cottage, Dunlop 



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INSURANCE OFFICES. 

Alliance; T. Laidlaw, Clydesdale Bank 
Insurance Co. of Scotland (fire); Thos. 

Laidlaw, Clydesdale Bank 
Life Association of Scotland; R. M. 

Lindsay, Main street 
Liverpool and London, and Globe; James 

A Snodgrass, Main street 
Phoenix; A. B. Ferguson 
Royal; R. M. Lindsay, Main street 
Scottish Eqnitable; James A. Snodgrass, 

Main street 
Scottish National; James Alexander, 

Union Bank 
Standard; Jas. Love, Lainshaw street 
West of England; Jas. A. Snodgrass, 

Main street 

IRONMONGERS. 

Andrew, David, Lainshaw street 
Chalmers, James, Lainshaw street 

LINEN AND WOOLLEN DRAPERS. 

Anderson, John, Lainshaw street 
Borland, Robert, Lainshaw street 
Russell, W. K., Lainshaw street 
Wyllie, James, 1 High street 
Wyllie, John, Lainshaw street 

MILLERS. 

Anderson, Andrew, Old Mill, Dnnlop 
Boyd, John, Cunninghamhead Mill 
Eaglesham, William, Lainshaw Mill 
Howie, Robert, New Mill, Dunlop 
Picken, James, Waterland Mill, Dunlop 
Templeton, Andrew, Saw Mill, Dunlop 
Young, Thomas, Corsehill Mill 

MILLINERS AND DRESSMAKERS. 

Arnott, Margaret, Dunlop 
Cunninghame, Grace, High street 
Dunlop, Margaret, Braehead 
Highet, Mary, Lainshaw street 
Holborn, Sarah, Lainshaw street 
M'Lymont, Agnes, Lainshaw street 
Purdie, Janet, Dunlop 
Steele, Margaret, Dunlop 
Stevenson, Annie, Dunlop 
Stirling, Margaret, Main street 

MILLWRIGHTS. 

Mackie, James, Avenue street 
Picken, James, Ladysteps, Dunlop 
Young, John, Corsehill Mill 
Young, Lawrence, Fulshaw 

SPIRIT DEALERS AND INNKEEPERS 

Blair, Robert, High street 



Barbour, John, Dunlop 
Cochran, Isabella, Main street 
Craig, William, Avenue street 
Hamilton, John, Railway Arras Inn 
Mirrlees, Mrs,, Main street 
Neilson, Robert, Holm street 
Newlands, David, Main street 
Quin, Felix, Lainshaw street 
Shaw, Daniel, High street 
Smith, Janet, Commercial Inn 
Smith, John, Lainshaw street 
Smith, Robert, Lainshaw street 
Steel, John, Dunlop 
Stevenson, Allan, Dunlop 
Turnbull, William, Brown street 
Walker, James, Dean street 
Wilson, Alexander, Lugton Inn 
Young, Robert, Dunlop 

STONE MASONS. 

Bicket, James, Kirkford 
Calderwood, William, Dimlop 
Gillies, David, 15 Avenue street 
Gillies, James, Lainshaw street 
Gillies, Robert, Bloak 
Gillies, William, Holm street 
Howie & Wyllie, Dunlop 

SURGEONS AND DRUGGISTS. 

Caskie, John, Main street 
Dunn, J. S., Avenue square 
Newman, William, High street 
Wyllie, Andrew, High street 
Walker, Thos., jun., Gateside (veterinary) 

TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS. 

Borland, Robert, Lainshaw street 
Borland, Thomas, Avenue street 
Cunningham, Robert, High street 
M'Raith, Mungo, & Coy., Higb street 
Nairn, John, Lainshaw street 
Russell, W. K., Lainshaw street *" 
Steel, Matthew, Kingsford 
Wyllie, John, Lainshaw street 

TEACHERS. 

Brown, John, master, Free Church School, 
Dunlop 

Holburn, James, master, Free Church 
School, Stewarton 

Kingsford School, Stewarton 

Manson, John, Cunniughame Combina- 
tion School 

Ross, William, master, Parochial School 
Dunlop 

Simpson, John, master, Bridgend School 

Sinclair, Robert, master, Parochial School 



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TINSMITHS. 

Gordon, Archibald, Main street 
Haddow, Robert, High street 

WOOL SPINNERS. 

Bridgend Spinning Company 
Somraervail, William, Hapland Mills 
Wyllie, J. & D., Nether Robertland Mills 

WRITERS. 

Alexander, James, Union Bank 
Lindsay, R. M., Main street 
Snodgrass, James A., Main street 

PLACES OF WORSHIP. 

Established Church, Dunlop; Rev, Wra. 

Gebbie 
Established Church, Stewarton; Rev. 

Alex. Kennedy 
Free Church, Dunlop; Rev. P. M'Leish 
Free Church, Stewarton; Rev. James 

Clugston 
Independent Congregational Church ; 

Rev. Robert Smith 
United Presbyterian Church; Rev. Peter 

Cairns 

. MISCELLANEOUS. 

Barton, A. L., mining engineer. Brown st, 
Cameron, Matthew, slater, High street 
Cunningham, David, & Co., tweed manu- 
facturers, Bridgend mills 
Ferguson, A. B., auctioneer and valuator, 

21 Lainshaw st. ; house, 9 Deans st. 
Fulton, Hugh, gardener, Bridgend 
Gray, John, omnibus driver, 12 Lain- 
shaw street 
Holburn, Adam, customer weaver 
Howat, John, cooper, High street 
Kerr, Jas., baron oflScer, Avenue street 
Kerr, Robert, saddler, Main street 
King, John, road contractor, Dunlop 
M'Crae, John, thatcher, Kirkford 
Morris, Robert, painter, Dunlop 
Muir, James, wool agent, Dean street 
Neilson, Robert, auctioneer, Parkside 
Quin, Hugh, broker, Lainshaw street 
Skeoch, C, & Son, spindle manufacturers 
Skeoch, Jas., clockwork maker. High st. 
Smillie, Wm., plasterer, Vennel street 
Stevenson, James, road surveyor, Dunlop 
Turnbull, Wm., inspector of poor, Rigg st. 
Wilson, Thomas, painter, Main street 

REGISTRARS. 

Parish of Stewarton; R. Sinclair & Son 
Parish of Dunlop; William Ross 



PAROCHIAL BOARD. 

President, J. Maccalester, of Chapeltoua 
Inspector, William Turnbull 
Collector, James Alexander 
Surgeon, John Caskie 

BUBLIO BUILDINGS, OFFICES, &C. 

Constabulary Station and Prison, Rigg 

street; D. M'Burney, sergeant 
Cunninghame Reading Room, Library, 

and Recreation Rooms, 1 Avenue st. ; 

patron, Capt. J. W. H. Cunninghame, 

of Lainshaw; secretary, Mr. James W. 

Cunningham 
Gas Works, Holm street; Andw. Wilson, 

manager; W. Turnbull, collector 
Inland Revenue and Stamp OflSce; Main 

street; R. M. Lindsay 
Justice of Peace Court; Jas. Alexander, 

clerk ; T. B. Andrews, procurator fiscal 
Road Trustees; Thos. Laidlaw, collector 

and treasurer; Jas. Stevenson, surveyor 

SYMINGTON AND NEIGH- 
BOURHOOD. 

GENTRY AND CLERGY. 

Anstruther, Mrs., Dankeith 
Boyd, Col. Hay, Townend 
Davidson, Rev. John, The Manse 
Fairlie, James Ogilvy, Coodham 
Gairdner, Mrs., Corraith House 
Kennedy, John, of Underwood 
Logan, Miss, Flatfield 
M'Alister, John, of Stockbridge 
M'Cracken, Rev. T., Free Church Manse 
Smith, Mrs., Townend Cottage 
Wakelin, William, Schoolhouse 

BLACKSMITHS. 

Nisbet, William, Symington 
Walker, Hector, Bogend Toll 

BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS. 

Aitken, James 

Crawford, Thomson 

Hauning, David, Williamfield Cottage 

CARTWRIGHTS AND JOINERS. 

Currie, Gilbert & Robert 
Dunlop, Hugh, Whitelees 
M'Latchie, Thomas 

CONTRACTOR. 

Martin, William 



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FARMERS. 

Anderson, Jas. & Robt., Muirmill 
Blane, John, Crookside 
Blane, Thomas, Craigrethill 
Brown, Mrs., Byrehill 
Calderwood, Andrew, Benacres 
Campbell, Miss, Damhead 
Cunningham, Thomas, Spittalhill 
Dale, Robert, Coodham 
Drennan, James, Brewlands 
Gray, Wm., Helenton Mains 
Hay, Miss, Burnbrae 
Hume, Robert & James, Knockendale 
Martin, William, Wbitehill 
M'Kerrow, Thomas, High Wexford 
Murdoch, David, Aulds Helenton 
Paton, Alexander, Stonecausey 
Paterson, George, Knockendale 
Paton, William, Bogend 
Smith, John, Craigs 
Smith, Mrs., Stafflor 
Sloan, Andrew, Brocket 
Speirs, James, Muirhouse 
Speirs, William, Dyke 
Stevenson, William, Kerrix 
Torrance, James, Jeanfield 
Wallace, Andrew, Hillhouse 
Wilson, Matthew, Low Wexford 
Young, Matthew, Langlands 
Young, Robert, Helenton Gate 

GROCERS, SPIRIT DEALERS, AND INN- 
KEEPERS. 

Aitken, Matthew 
Brown, Mrs. Robert 
Lees, William, Muirend 
M'Culloch, Alexander 
Neil, Alexander 
Neil, Mrs. Claud 

MILLER. 

Hastings, William, Dyke Mill 

MASONS. 

Loudoun, Robert 
Wilson, Edward 

MILLINERS AND DRESSMAKERS. 

Hutchison, Mary 
[Martin, Mrs. William 

TAILOR. 

[Morison, James 

TEAOHERS. 

Cnnningham, Wm., Free Church School 
VVakelin, Wm., Parochial School 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

M'Fadzean, David, carrier to Ayr and 
Kilmarnock 

Wakelin, Wm., Inspector of Poor, Regis- 
trar, and Session Clerk 

PLACES OF WORSHIP, 

Established Church; Rev. John Davidson, 

minister 
Free Church; Rev. Thomas M'Cracken, 

minister 

TARBOLTON AND NEIGH- 
BOURHOOD. 

GENTRY AND CLERGY. 

Bell, John, Enterkine 

Burnett, General F. C, Gadgirth 

Clark, George, High Drumley 

Cooper, Wm., Smithston House 

Cuningharae, W. A., Afton Lodge 

Dalrymple, Rev, Ales., U.P. Manse 

Davidson, Thomas, Drumley 

Dunn, William, Dalmore 

Gray, Robert, Scouts 

Inglis, John J., Stair House 

Kerr, Rev. William, Stair 

Lees, John, Millburn 

Lindsaj', Alex., Barnweill House 

Lindsay, Rev. R. C, Free Church Manse 

Livingston, Rev. Neil, Stair 

M'Naughton, James, Smithfield 

Morgan, Andrew, Burnside Cottage 

Morison, Robert, Trabock Mains, Stair 

Munro, Donald, M.D., Daisy Bank 

Paterson, W. 0., Coilsfleld 

Paterson, W., Montgomerie 

Ritchie, Rev. David, The Manse 

Ronald, William, Bennals 

Smith, -John, Drongan House, Stair 

AGENTS TO MANUFACTURERS. 

Barclay, Peter, James street 
Dunlop, John, Cunningham street 
Macnaught, Samuel, Croft street 
Reid, Thomas, Montgomerie street 
Wilson, James, Montgomerie street 

BAKERS. 

Mackie, David, Barns street 
Thomson, James, Montgomerie street 

BLACKSMITHS. 

Blackwood, Thomas, Montgomerie street 
Cairnduff, James, Millburn 
Hutcheson, James, Weston 
Munn, William, Stair 



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Pollock, Andrew, Montgomerie 
Reid, William, Druraley 
Simpson, William, Stair 
Wilsim, David, Croft street 

BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS. 

Allan, William, Dalmore, Stair 
Clark, Robert, Montgomerie street 
Cowan, Hugh, Montgomerie street 
Crawford, John, Montgomerie street 
Dickie, Geo., Cunningham street 
Fisher, Thomas, West Port street 
Hannan, William, Drumley 
Lees, James, Montgomerie street 
M'Master, John, West Port street 
Richard, John, Montgomerie street 
Shirlah, William, Hill street 

CARPENTERS AND JOINERS. 

Candlish, William, Middlerauir 
Dickie, William, Garden street 
Green, Hugh, Drumley 
<j!reen, James, Garden street 
Imrie, George J., Failford 
M'Intyre, Archd., Stair 
M'Millan, John, Fail 
Pitt, William, Stair 
Wilson, Robert, Millburn 

COALMASTERS. 

Gordon, John T., Annbank Colliery 
Smith, John, Drongan Colliery, Stair 

DRAPERS. 

Anderson, Robert, Montgomerie street 
Richard, John, Montgomerie street 

DRESSMAKERS. 

Bowie, Ann, Croft street 
Bryen, Agnes, Cunningham street 
Cowan, Elizabeth, milliner, Cunning- 
ham street 
Cowan, MrvS. H,, milliner, Montgomerie st. 
Drennan, Mrs. Alex., Montgomerie street 
Guthrie, Mrs. Wm., Sandgate street 
Leggat, Margaret, Montgomerie street 
Murray, Mrs H., Croft street 
Pollock, Mary, milliner. Garden street 
Riggs, Agnes, Croft street 

FARMERS. 

Aitken, Thomas, Redcraig, Tarbolton 
Allan, David, Meadowbank, Stair 
Allan, John, Westersmithston 
Allan, Matthew, Auchanweet 
Barbour, David, Drumley 



Barbour, Mrs., Barmuir 
Bone, William, Barrhill 
Boyle, John, Raith 
Brown, Thomas, Whiskyhall 
Caldwell, Robert, Knockshoggle 
Craig, Mr., Westfield 
Crawford, Adam, Myers 
Douglas, Hugh, Carston, Stair 
Drinnan, James, Alton Burn 
Drinnan, John, Langlands 
Drinnan, John, Shakelhill 
Drinnan, William, Middletonhill 
Ferguson, James, Chine 
Frew, William, Keyshill, Stair 
Gemmell, William, Little Bogend 
Gray, David, Barmuirhill 
Gray, James, Mosside 
Gray, John, Tongue 
Harvie, Andrew, Parkraill 
Hay, Thornas, Muirburn 
Hodge, John, Lochhill, Stair 
Howat, Mr., Tarshaw 
Howie, George, Hallrig 
Howie, John, Boghead 
Hunter, Hugh, Coilsholra 
Jamieson, Hugh, Adamcroft 
Jamieson, John, Burn 
Kay, John, Burnesshall 
Kennedy, James, Walston 
Lammie, Hugh, Ppittalside 
Lees, John, Carngillan 
Lennox, Robert, Woodhill 
M'Call, Hugh, Benstone 
McCartney, John, Wrighthill, Stair 
M'Colm, John, Crawfordstoa 
M'Intyre, John, Colvingstone 
M'Lymont, James, Law 
Mair, Archibald, Craigbrae, Stair 
Mathie, James, Scoutts 
Meikle, James, Clockstone 
Meikle, John, Broomhill 
Miller, John, Stairhill, Stair 
Muir, Haddow, Coilsfield Mains 
Muir, John & Archd., Crofthead 
Neil, John, Skeoch 
Neill, Thomas, Doura 
Paton, Andrew, Shawood 
Piper, William, Pearhill 
Ramsay, Mrs., Pant, Stair 
Ramsay, William, Yett 
Reid, David, Lochlea 
Reid, James, Tarcross 
Ronald, Hugh, Tannockhill 
Sloan, Andrew, Bourtreebush 
Smith, Hugh, Tofts 
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Speirs, Robert, Bogend 
Stevenson, Allan, Lady-yard 
Stevenson, Allan, Parkhill 
Strachorn, Andrew, Fencedyke 
Symington, James, Roadend 
Tannock, David, Woodend 
Terapleton, James, Dykes 
Vass, Hugh, Fail Mains 
Watt, Andrew, Yonderton 
Wilson, Adam, Raggethill 
Wilson, Hugh, Outmains 
Wilson, Hugh, junr., East Carngillan 
Wyllie, Mr., Neilshill 

GROCERS. 

Andrew, John, Montgomerie street 
Brown, James, Cunningham street 
Cowan, Mary, Cunningham street 
Curie, Mrs., Montgomerie street 
Fisher, Thomas, West Port street 
Gibson, Mary, Montgomerie street 
Goldie, John, Failford 
M'Cosh, Mrs., Cunningham street 
Reid, Thomas, Montgomerie street 
Wilson, Mrs,, Montgomerie street 

MILLERS. 

Calderwood, Walter, Tarbolton Mill 
Craig, James, Privick Mill 
Lennox, John, Milton Mill 
Wilson, John, Fail Mill 

SPIRIT MERCHANTS AND INNKEEPERS. 

Carson, Robert, Garden street 
Dodd, Henry, Crown Inn 
Harvey, William, Black Bull Inn 
Hepburn, James. Failford 
Maconnachie, J., Cunningham Arms Inn 
Oliver, Janet, Cunningham street 
Pettigrew, Wm., Plough Inn, Stair 
Reid, Elizabeth, Montgomerie street 
Simpson, Helen, Drongan, Stair 

STONE MASONS. 

Drennan, James, Hill street 
M'Whirter, James, Weston 
Pollock, John, Garden street 

SURGEON. 

Munro, Donald, M.D. 



TAILORS. 

Brown, James, Burns street (clothier) 
M'Cosh, James, Montgomerie street 
Murray, William, Montgomerie street 
Pettigrew, William, Montgomerie st. 

TE4CHERS. 

Gillespie, A. C, master. Miners' School, 

Annbank 
Halley, Mr., master. Industrial School 
Morgan, A., master. Parochial School 
M'Kissock, Wm., master, Subscription 

School 
Dalrymple, Agnes, mistress. Subscription 

School 

WOOD MERCHANTS. 

M'Quater, James, Enterkine Saw Mills 
Neilson, John, Fail Saw Mills 
Wilson, Adam, Raggethill 
Wright, Thomas, Burns street 

MISCELLANEOUS. ' 

Andrew, John, druggist 

Cook, Wm., sheriff officer, Burns street 

Cowan, H., sheriff oflScer, Montgomerie st. 

Dunlop, John, registrar 

Guthrie, Wm., stocking maker 

Hill, George, shod maker 

Hopkin, James, saddler 

Mair, Matthew, carrier to Kilmarnock, 

Glasgow, and Ayr 
M'Clyraonfc, George, flesher 
M'Knight, David, manager of Gas Works 
M'Master, John, inspector of poor 
Ralston, John, stocking maker 
Thomson, Alexander, flesher 
Wright, Thomas, cooper 

PLACES OF WORSHIP. 

Annbank School; Rev. James Stormont, 
missionary 

Established Church, Tarbolton; Rev. 
David Ritchie, minister 

Established Church, Stair; Rev. William 
Kerr, minister 

Free Church, Tarbolton; Rev. R. C. 
Lindsay, minister 

Free Church, Stair; Rev. Neil Living- 
stone, minister 

United Presbyterian Church, Tarbolton; 
Rev. Alex. Dalrymple, minister 



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IN THE 



EURAL POST DELIVERY OP KILMARNOCK 

SHOWING HOW LETTERS SHOULD BE ADDRESSED. 



SUB-OFFICES MARKED S.O. 



Places. 


Addressed by. 


Places. 


Addressed by. 


A 




Ardeer Square 


Stevenston 






Ardeer Quarry 


Do. 


Adamcroft 


Tarbolton 


Ardoch 


Kilwinning 


Adarahill 


Craigie 


Armsheugh 


Galston 


Adamton 


Monkton 


Arness 


Fenwick 


Adamton Mains 


Do. 


Arret hill 


Gatehead 


Adamton Mill 


Do. 


Artnock 


Fenwick 


Afton Lodge 


Tarbolton 


Ashgrove House 


Kilwinning 


Aikenbrae 


Monkton 


Ashyard 


Galston 


Aikenhead 


Fenwick 


Assloss Farm 


Kilmarnock 


Aird 


Hurlford 


Assloss House 


Do. 


Aitkengate 


Troon 


Astonpaple 


Newmilns 


Aitket House 


Dunlop 


Auchenbay 


Cumnock 


Aitket Saw Mill 


Do. 


A uchenbrain, North 


Galston 


Aitket, West 


Do. 


AuchenbraiUj South 


Do. 


Allanton 


Newrailns 


Auchencloich 


Cumnock 


AUanton Inn 


Do. 


Auchencloich Farm 


Galston 


Allanton Mill 


Do. 


Auchencloich, S.O. 


Do. 


Alton 


Kilmaurs 


Auchencorse 


New Cumnock 


Alton 


Monkton 


Auchengee 


Do. 


Alton 


Troon 


Auchengibbert 


Cumnock 


Altonhead 


Kilmaurs 


Auchengwith 


Sanquhar 


Altonhill 


Kilmarnock 


Auchenharvey C'stl' 


Stewarton 


Amlaird 


Fenwick 


Auchenleck House 


Mauchline 


Annandale 


Crosshouse 


Auchenleck Mill 


Cumnock 


Annanhill House 


Kilmarnock 


Auchenleck, S.O. 


Do. 


Annbank House 


Tarbolton 


Auchenlongford 


Catrine 


Antigua Cottage 


Troon 


Auch'nl'ngfrdWrks 


Do. 


Ardeer Brick Works 


Stevenston 


Auchens Lodge 


Dundonald 


Ardeer House 


Do. 


Auchens House 


Do. 


Ardeer Iron Works 


Do. 


Auchens, Old 


Do. 


Ardeer Mains 


Do. 


Auchensow 


Sanquhar 



M 



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RURAL POST DELIVERY. 



Places. 


Addressed by. 


Places. 


Addressed by. 


Auchentaggert 


Sanquhar 


Barr 


Sanquhar 


AnchentJber 


Stewarton 


Barrassie 


Troon 


Auchenwade 


Kilwinning 


Barrassie Farm 


Do. 


Auchenway 


Cumnock 


Barrassie Mill 


Do. 


Auchenweet 


Tarbolton 


Barrhill 


Tarbolton 


Auchengilsey 


Cumnock 


Barrhouse 


Catrine 


Auchlin 


Do. 


Barmills 


Galston 


Auchmillan 


Mauchline 


Barr Mills 


Catrine 


Auchmillan Hill 


Do. 


Barshare 


Cumnock 


Auchmannoch Ho. 


Galston 


Barshareholm 


Do. 


Auchtitinch 


Cumnock 


Barskimming 


Mauchline 


Auld Helenton 


Symington 


Barskimming Br'dg 


Do. 


Anlton 


Dnnlop 


Barskimming Mill 


Do. 


Aulton Farm 


Galston 


Barwheys 


Do. 


Aulton Village 


Do. 


Barwheys 


Galston 


Avisyard 


Cumnock 


Barwheys 


Tarbolton 






Beachbank 


Cumnock 


TJ 




Beansburn Villai;e 


Kilmarnock 


±J 




Beanscroft 


Fenwick 






Bellfield House 


Kilmarnock 


Backhill 


Cumnock 


Bellsland 


Riccarton 


Backhill 


Newmilns 


Bellsland 


Kilmaurs 


Balgray Mill 


Fenwick 


Belston 


Cumnock 


Ballieston 


Symington 


Benacres 


Symington 


Ballochmyle Bridge 


Mauchline 


Benbeugh 


Fenwick 


Ballochriiyle House 


Do. 


Benhaugh 


Do. 


Bank Cottages 


New Cumnock 


Bennals 


Tarbolton 


Bankend 


Cumnock 


Benrigsido 


Kilmaurs 


Bankend 


Stewarton 


Bensley Farm 


Kilwinning 


Bankend 


Dunlop 


Bensley Square 


Do. 


Bankend 


Fenwick 


Benston 


New Cumnock 


Bankglen 


New Cumnock 


Benston 


Cumnock 


Bankhead 


Crosshouse 


Benston 


Tarbolton 


Bankhead 


Gralston 


Bent 


Galston 


Bankhead 


Do. 


Bent 


Mauchline 


Bankhead 


Sanquhar 


Bentend 


Newmilns 


Bank House 


New Cumnock 


Benthouse 


Fenwick 


Barbeiston 


Troon 


Berbeth 


Newmilns 


Barboigh 


Galston 


Berryhill 


Cumnock 


Bardarroch 


Cumnock 


Berryhill 


Fenwick 


Bargour 


Hurlford 


Berryhill Toll 


Do. 


Bargour 


Do. 


Bickethall 


Stewarton 


Barleith 


Do. 


Biggerston 


Craigie 


Barleith Row 


Do. 


Biglawhill 


Hurlford 


Baiionachan 


Cumnock 


Bilboa 


Mauchline 


Barlosh 


Do. 


Billymill 


Cumnock 


Barmoor 


Tarbolton 


Birkhill 


Newmilns 


Barmoorhill 


Do. 


Birks 


Tarbolton 


Barnaight 


Galston 


Birnieknowe 


Cumnock 


Barnhill 


Catrine 


Blackaddie 


Sanquhar 


Barniehill 


Kilmaurs 


Blackbyre 


Fenwick 


Barnweil House 


Tarbolton 


Blackerigg 


Catrine 



RURAL POST DELIVERY. 



99 



Places. 


Addressed by. 


Blackfaulds 


Cumnock 


Biacklands 


Craigie 


Blacklands 


Mauchline 


Biacklands 


Kilwinning 


Blacklaw 


StewartoQ 


Blacklawhill 


Do. 


Black Rock 


Troon 


Blackshill 


Galston 


Blackside 


Catrine 


Blacksidend 


Do. 


Blackstone 


Cumnock 


Blackwood 


New Cumnock 


Blairardoch 


Kilwinning 


Blaircraigs 


Fen wick 


Blairhill 


Craigie 


Blairkip, North 


Galston 


Blairkip, South 


Catrine 


Blairmulloch 


Do. 


Bloakhillhead 


Dunlop 


Bloakhillhead 


Do. 


Bloak Village 


Do. 


Bloomridge 


Stewarton 


Bog 


Stevenston 


Bog 


Kilwinning 


Bogend 


Symington 


Bogend 


Galston 


Bogend 


Catrine 


Bogflat 


Stewarton 


Boghead 


Dundonald 


Boghead 


Cumnock 


Boghead 


Galston 


Boghead 


Tarbolton 


Bogside 


Gatehead 


Bogside 


Cumnock 


Bogside 


Stewarton 


Bogside 


Dundonald 


Bogside, East 


Monkton 


Bogside, West 


Do. 


Bogwood 


Mauchline 


Boig, North 


New Cumnock 


Boig, South 


Do. 


Bollingshaw 


Stewarton 


Bonniehill House 


Kilmarnock 


Bonnyton 


Do. 


Boreland 


Cumnock 


Boreland Mains. 


Do. 


Borland 


Kilmarnock 


Borland 


Dunlop 


Borland, High 


Craigie 


Borland Hills 


Dunlop 


Bottoms 


Stewarton 


Bouroch 


Dunlop 




Boutriebush 

Bowlgreen 

Bowhouse 

Bowhouse 

Bowhouse 

Bowton 

Boylston 

Brae 

Brae 

Brackenhill 

Brackenhill 

Braehead 

Braehead 

Braehead 

Braehead 

Braehead 

Braehead 

Braehead 

Brandleside 

Brandleys 

Bransfield 

Bridgehouse 

Bridgehouse 

Bridgend 

Bridgend 

Bridgend 

Bridgend 

Bridgend 

Brierbush 

Brieryside 

Brigland 

Bringan 

Broadlie 

Broadlie 

Broad moss 

Broad moss 

Broad wood 

Broadyards 

Brocket 

Brocket 

Brocklar 

Brocklees 

Brockloch 

Brockweilmuir 

Brokley 

Broom 

Broom 

Broomhill 

Broomhill 

Broomhill 

Broomhouse 

Broomhouse 



Addressed by 



Tarbolton 

Galston 

Cumnock 

Hurlford 

Dunlop 

Cumnock 

Do. 
Dunlop 

Do. 
Catrine 
Kilmaurs 
Cumnock 
Stewarton 
Mauchline 
New Cumncck 
Kilmaurs 
Dunlop 
Riccarton 
Dunlop 
Sanquhar 
Newmilns 
Hurlford 
Riccarton 
Cumnock 
Tarbolton 
New Cumnock 
Dunlop 
Catrine 
Fen wick 
Monkton 
Mauchline 
Kilmarnock 
Newmilns 
Dunlop 
Stewarton 
Fenwick 
Tarbolton 
Craigie 
Symington 
Monkton 
Catrine 
Newmilns 
New Cumnock 
Dunlop 
Hurlford 
Stevenston 
Cumnock 
Cumnock 
Newmilns 
Dundonald 
Cumnock 
Catrine 



100 



RURAL POST DELIVERY. 



Places. 



Broomhouse 

Brotherland 

Brownhill 

Brownhill 

Brownlee 

Briintland 

Bruntwood 

Bruntwood Hill 

Bruntwood Mains 

Bullhill 

Bunnock Cottage 

Buntenhill 

Burglacban 

Bum 

Burn 

Burn 

Burn 

Burn 

Burnaighthill 

Burnaight Tile 

Works 
Burnann 
Burnbank 
Burnbank 
Burnbank 
Burnbank 
Burnbrae 
Burnbrae Village 
Burnfoot 
Burnfoot 
Burnfoot 
Burnfoot 
Burnfoot 
Burnfoot 
Burnfoot 
Burnhead 
Burnhead 
Burnhead 
Burnhouse 
Burnhouse 
Burnhouse 
Burnhouse 
Burnhousehill 
Burnhouses 
Burnockhead 
Burn of Need 
Burnside 
Burnside 
Burnside Cottage 
Burnston 
Burnton 
Burnton Hill 



Addressed by. 


Places. 


Addressed by. 


Stewarton 


Burral Holes 


Kilwinning 


Do. 


Busbie 


Crosshouse 


Tarbolton 


Busbiehead 


Kilmaurs 


Newmilns 


Busbie Mains 


Do. 


Troon 


Bustonend 


Do. 


Fenwick 


Byrehill 


Caprington 


Galston 


Byrehill 


Stewarton 


Do. 


Byrehill 


Kilwinning 


Do. 


Byrehill Smithy 


Stewarton 


Galston 


Byres 


Kilmaurs 


Kilwinning 


Byrescroft 


Kilwinning, 


Kilmaurs 


Byres of Bankhead 


Newmilns 


Cumnock 


Byres of Loudoun 


Galston 


Do. 






Galston 


C 




Mauchline 






Tarbolton 


Cadger's Row 


Hurlford 


Fenwick 


Cairn 


Sanquhar 


Galston 


Cairnhill Farm 


Galston 




Cairnhill House 


Kilmarnock 


Do. 


Cairns 


New Cumnock 


Do. 


Calcoathill 


Craigie 


Do. 


Caldrongill 


Do. 


Hurlford 


Calton 


New Cumnock 


Tarbolton 


Cambuskeith Mill 


Kilmarnock 


Symington 


Camsiscan 


Craigie 


Symington 


Cankerton 


Stewarton 


Tarbolton 


Caponacre 


Cumnock 


Galston 


Caprick Hill 


Galston 


New Cumnock 


CapringstonCottage 


Crosshouse 


Newmilns 


Caprington Castle 


Kilmarnock 


Sanquhar 


CapringtonCoal 




Dundonald 


Works 


Do. 


Troon 


Carbellan 


Cumnock 


Fenwick 


Carcomaurs 


Sanquhar 


Galston 


Carcoside 


Do. 


Newmilns 


Carlingcraig 


Newmilns 


Fenwick 


Carmelbank 


Crosshouse 


Cumnock 


Carleith 


Galston 


Dunlop 


Carleith, Little 


Do. 


Catrine 


Carngillan, East 


Tarbolton 


Galston 


Carngillan, West 


Do. 


Do. 


Carse 


Sanquhar 


Do. 


Carston 


Cumnock 


New Cumnock 


Castlebrae 


Sanquhar 


Catrine 


Castle Hill 


Stevenston 


Galston 


Castle Hill 


Galston 


New Cumnock 


Castle Mains 


Sanquhar 


Newmilns 


Castle Mains 


New Cumnock 


New Cumnock 


Castleton 


Stewarton 


Do. 


Castle Village 


New Cumnock 


Do. 


Catcraig 


Craigie 



RURAL POST DELIVERY. 



101 



Places. 


Addressed by. 


Places. 


Addressed by. 


Catrine Farm 


Mauchline 


Commonside 


Tarbolton 


Catrine Holm 


Do. 


Connalburn 


New Cumnock 


Catrine House 


Do. 


Conrick 


Sanquhar 


Catrine Shaw 


Do. 


Coodham, High 


Symington 


Catrine, S.O. 


Do. 


Coodham House 


Kilmarnock 


Cauldcothill 


Hurlford 


Cooperhill 


Cumnock 


Cauldhame 


Dunlop 


Cornerhaugh 


Do. 


Cauldhame 


Crosshouse 


Corraith House 


Symington 


Canldstanes 


Fenwick 


Corsankell 


Stevenston 


Causehead 


Stevvarton 


Corsehill 


Crosshouse 


Causewayfoot 


Galston 


Corsehill 


Kilwinning 


Cavvhillan 


Cumnock 


Corsehill 


Monkton 


Cessnock 


Galston 


Corsehill Colliery 


Kilwinning 


Cessnock House 


Do. 


Corsehill Row 


Crosshouse 


Cessnock Mains 


Do. 


Corsehouse 


Stewarton 


Cessnock Mill 


Hurlford 


Corslet 


Cumnock 


Chalmerston 


Tarbolton 


Couplaligget 


New Cumnock 


Chalmerston 


Mauchline 


Court Th'rn Cottage 


Galston 


Changue 


Cumnock 


Cowgove 


Do. 


Chaple House 


Dunlop 


Craig House 


Kilmarnock 


Chapleton House 


Stewarton 


Craig Byre 


Hurlford 


Chapleton Mains 


Do. 


Craigdarroch 


Sanquhar 


Clayslap 


Riccarton 


Craigdarroch House 


New Cumnock 


Clearmont 


Newmilns 


Craigend 


Fenwick 


Clerklands 


Dunlop 


Craigend 


Troon 


Clevance 


Troon 


Craigends 


Cumnock 


Cliclui 


New Cumnock 


Craighall 


Galston 


Clinchyard 


Galston 


Craighall 


Rowallan 


Cloacklocker 


Cumnock 


Craighead 


Dunlop 


Cloackloonie 


Do. 


Craighill 


Mauchline 


Clockston 


Tarbolton 


Craigie, S.O. 


Kilmarnock 


Clonfin 


Fenwick 


Craigie Byre 


Symington 


Clonheard 


Do. 


Craigie Manse 


Kilmarnock 


Chinch 


Do. 


Craigie Mains 


Symington 


Clune 


Monkton 


Craigman 


New Cumnock 


Chine 


Tarbolton 


Craigowan 


Symington 


Coalburn 


New Cumnock 


Craigrethill 


Do. 


Coalcreoch 


Do. 


Craigs 


Do. 


Coalhall 


Gatehead 


Craigshiel 


New Cumnock 


Coalhousehall 


Catrine 


Craigsland 


Troon 


Cochrane Lodge 


Gatehead 


Craigsland Quarry 




Cockhill 


Do. 


Farm 


Do. 


Cocklebie 


Stewarton 


Craigton 


Stewarton 


Coilsholm 


Tarbolton 


Craufurdland Castle 


Kilmarnock 


Collorie 


Fenwick 


Crawfordhill 


Crosshouse 


CoUinin 


Troon 


Crawfordstone 


Tarbolton 


Colvistone 


Tarbolton 


Crawickmill 


Sanquhar 


Common 


Catrine 


Crawlaw 


Galston 


Common 


Cumnock 


Creelsheugh 


Fenwick 


Commoncraig 


Dunlop 


Creoch 


Cumnock 


Comraondyke 


Cumnock 


Creoch, Little 


Do. 


Commonhead 


Kiccarton 


Creoch 


New Cumnock 



102 



RURAL POST DELIVERY. 



Places. 



Crevoch 

Creockhill 

Crichton Row 

Crockside 

Croft Cottage 

Croft foot 

Crofthead 

Crofthead 

Crofthead 

Crofthead 

Crofthead 

Crofthead 

Crofthead 

Croft Inn 

Croilburn 

Cron berry 

Crook, East 

Crook, West 

Crookedholm 

CrookedholmHouse 

Crooks 

Crooks Mill 

Crookside 

Croonan 

Crosbie 

Crosebank 

Croslayer 

Crossbush 

Crossgates 

Crossbill 

Crossbill 

Crosshouse 

Crosshouse 

Crossroads 

Crossroads 

Crosstrees 

Crummieholm 

Cubbs 

Culton 

Cumnock, S.O. 

Cunninghamhead 

House 
Curreath Farna 
Cutstravv 

D 

Dabbs 
Dalblair 
Dalblair House 
Daldillan 
Daldorch 



Addressed by. 



Stewarton 
Cuuinock 

Do. 
Monkton 
Kilmaurs 
Catrine 

Do. 
Fenwick 
Galston 
Kilmaurs 
Newmilns 
Tarbolton 
Cumnock 
Crosshouse 
Fenwick 
Cumnock 
Catrine 

Do. 
Kilmarnock 

Do. 
Dundonald 
Kilmarnock 
Symington 
Newmilns 
Troon 
Sanquhar 
Cumnock 
Riccarton 
Stewarton 
Mauchline 
Cumnock 
Galston 
Kilmarnock 
Hurlford 
Kilmaurs 
Newmilns 
Troon 
Cumnock 

Do. 
Kilmarnock 

Kilmaurs 

Troon 

Stewarton 



Stevenston 
Cumnock 

Do. 
Sorn 
Tarbolton 




Daldoroch House 

Dalfad 

Dalgain Cottage 

Dalgain Farm 

Dalgain Mill 

Dalgarven 

Dalgig 

Dalleagles 

Dallory, East 

Dallory, West 

Dalraore 

Dalmore, Laigh 

Dalmusternock 

Dalpeddar 

Dalraith 

Dalricket Mill 

Dairy rapleston 

Dalsalloch 

Dalsangan 

Dalwhatswood 

Dambaik 

Damdyke 

Damhead 

Dambead 

Damhead 

Damhead 

Dankeith House 

Darkpath 

Darley 

Darmalloch 

Darmalloch, Little 

Darnhay 

Darnhay 

Darnlaw 

Darnlaggart 

Darvel, S.O. 

Darvel Mills 

Darwhilling House 

Davidston 

Dean 

Dean Castle 

Dean Cottage 

Deanside House 

Deaconhead 

Deaconhill 

Denclubboch 

Dernconner 

Dinnans 

Ditton 

Dollars House 

Dollars Low 

Dollars Mains 



Addressed by. 



Catrine 
Cumnock 
Sorn 
Do. 
Do. 

Kilwinning 
New Cumnock 

Do. 
Newmilns 

Do. 
Tarbolton 

Do. 
Rowallan 
Sanquhar 
Fenwick 
New Cumnock 
Cumnock 
Hurlford 
Cumnock 
Newmilns 
Fenwick 
Dundonald 
Caprington 
Catrine 
Fenwick 
Hurlford 
Kilmarnock 

Do. 
Troon 
Cumnock 

Do. 
Mauchline 
Galston 
Cumnock 

Do. 
Newmilns 

Do. 
Fenwick 
Tarbolton 
Kilmarnock 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Hurlford 

Do. 
Fenwick 
Cumnock 
Fenwick 
Symington 
Kilmarnock 
Riccarton 
Hurlford 



RURAL POST DELIVERY. 



103 



Places. 


Addressed by. 


Places, 


Addressed by. 


Dollars Row 


Ricearton 


East Overland 


Galston 


Dollars Shaw 


Hurlford 


Eglinton Iron Works 


Kilwinning 


Dormieston, Little 


Cumnock 


Do. Do. 


Hurlford 


Dornal 


Do. 


Eldersley 


Crosshouse 


Doura 


Kilwinning 


Elliock House 


Sanquhar 


Doura, East 


Tarbolton 


Enterkine Holmes 


Tarbolton 


Doura Square 


Kilwinning 


Enterkine House 


Do. 


Doura, West 


Tarbolton 






Draffan House 


Stewarton 


F 




Droystone 


Tarbolton 






Drumbowie 


Cumnock 


Fail 


Tarbolton 


Drumboy 


Fenwick 


Fail Castle 


Do. 


Drumboy 


Sanquhar 


Fail Mains 


Do. 


Drumcloigh 


Fenivick 


Fail Village 


Do. 


Druradroch 


Galston 


Fairfield 


Galston 


Drumdroch Toll 


Do. 


Fairfield 


Monkton 


Drumfork 


Catrine 


Fairfield Farm 


Do. 


Drumjohn 


Cumnock 


Fairfield Mains 


Do. 


Drnraley Hill 


Hurlford 


Fairliecrevoch 


Kilmaurs 


Drumley House 


Tarbolton 


Fairlie House 


Kilmarnock 


Drumsmidden 


Cumnock 


Fairwells 


Craigie 


Drumtee 


Fenwick 


Falsweneuk 


Catrine 


Drumuir 


Crosshouse 


Farden 


New Cumnock 


Drumbroken 


Cumnock 


Fardenreoch 


Do. 


Dumfries House 


Do. 


Fardlehill 


Crosshouse 


Dnmiflat 


Dunlop 


Fauldhead 


Cumnock 


Duncanzumar 


Cumnock 


Fauldheads 


Tarbolton 


Dunconner 


Do. 


Fencedyke 


Do. 


Dundonald, S.O. 


Kilmarnock 


Fenside 


Kilmaurs 


Dunlop, S.O. 


Stewarton 


Fenwick, S'O. 


Kilmarnock 


Dunlop House 


Dunlop 


Feoch 


Newmilns 


Dunton 


Fenwick 


Fergushill 


Kilmaurs 


Dyke 


Symington 


Fergushill Colliery 


Kilwinning 


Dyke 


Newmilns 


Fergushill House 


Do. 


Dyke 


Do. 


Fieldhouse 


Fenwick 


Dykefield 


Mauchline 


Fifthpart 


Dunlop 


Dykehead 


Hurlford 


Fingart 


Do. 


Dykehead Colliery 


Do. 


Finlayston 


Cumnock 


Dykehead 


Kilmaurs 


Fiveroads 


Kilwinning 


Dykemill 


Symington 


Five ways 


Hurlford 


Dykeneuk 


Catrine 


Flatfield House 


Symington 


Dykeneuk 


Cumnock 


Fleminghill 


Galston 


Dykes •> 


Do. 


Floors 


Stewarton 


Dykes 


Galston 


Flush 


Do. 


Dykes 


Tarbolton 


Fogohillock 


Do. 


Dykescroft 


Galston 


Fordmouth 


Catrine 


Dykestonend 


Do. ^ 


Fordmouth 


Cumnock 






Fordmouth 


New Cumnock 


E 




Fortyacres 


Symington 






Fortyacres Toll 


Do 


East Blacklaw 


Stewarton 


Fosterhill 


Galston 


East Holmes 


Galston 


Foulhapple 


Newmilns 



1U4 


RURAL POST DELIVERY. 




Places. 


Addressed by. 


Places. 


Addressed by. 


Fowler 


Mauchline 


Gateside 


Newmilns 


Friendlesshead 


Hurlford 


Gauchland 


Gal&tOQ 


Friendlesshead 


Mauchline 


•Gauchland Toll 


Do. 


Fullarton House 


Troon 


Gillfoot 


Symington 


Fulshaw 


Stewarton 


Gillhead 


Do. 


Fulshaw Smithy 


Do 


Gillhead 


Tarbolton 


Fulwood 


Do. 


Gilliland 


Troon 


Fulwood 


Dunlop 


Gills 


Dunlop 


Fiirlees 


Monkton 


Gillside 


Troon 


Furnace Row 


Hurlford 


Gil milnscroft House 


Catrine 






Gilmill 


Stewarton 


G 




Girtridge 


Dundonald 




Glaisnock House 


Cumnock 






Glaisnock, Over 


Do. 


Gabrockhills 


Stewarton 


Glaister 


Fenwick 


Gadgirth House 


Tarbolton 


Glaister 


Newmilns 


Gadgirth Lodge 


Do. 


Glassnock 


Fenwick 


Gadgirth Village 


Do. 


Glassnock, Low 


Do. 


Gainford, High 


Fenwick 


Glen 


New Cumnock 


Gainford, Laigh 


Do. 


Glenbirnie Cottage 


Kilwinning 


Gainhill 


Do. 


Glenconner 


Cumnock 


Galloway's Row 


Hurlford 


Glenhead 


Do. 


Gallowberry 


Dunlop 


Glenlogan 


Catrine 


Gallowberry 


Stewarton 


Glenlogan House 


Catrine 


G allow ford 


Do. 


Glenmuir 


Cumnock 


Gallrigside 


Gatehead 


Glenmuirshaw 


Do. 


Galston, S.O. 


Do. 


Glenshamorck 


Do, 


Gameshill, High 


Dunlop 


Glenside 


Do. 


Garaeshill, Low 


Do. 


Glenturf 


Hurlford 


Gamesland 


Newmilns 


Goatfoot 


Galston 


Garclaugh 


New Cumnock 


Goosehill 


Sanquhar 


Gardrum 


Fenwick 


Goukthorn 


Mauchline 


Gardrum Mill 


Do. 


Gowanbrae 


Kilmaurs 


Garfield 


Mauchline 


Grange 


Kilmarnock 


Gargowan 


Cumnock 


Grange 


Catrine 


Garlaff 


Do. 


Grassmalees 


Mauchline 


Garlieston 


Do. 


Grassmillside 


Kilmaurs 


Garliffan 


Do. 


Grasswater 


Cumnock 


Garpel Farm 


Catrine 


Grassy ards 


Mauchline 


Garpel Hamlet 


Do. 


Gravelhill 


Troon 


Garpel Hemitite 




Gree 


Fenwick 


Works 


Do. 


Gree 


Stewarton 


Garrallan, S.O. 


Cumnock 


Greelaw 


Fenwick 


Garallan Colliery 


Do. 


Greenburn 


New Cumnock 


Gatehead 


Kilmarnock 


Greenfield 


Galston 


Gatehead 


Riccarton 


Greenfield Cottage 


Fenwick 


Gatehead, East 


Kilmarnock 


Greenhead 


Do. 


Gatehouse 


Dunlop 


Greenhead 


New Cumnock 


Gateside 


Cumnock 


Greenhead 


Sanquhar 


Gateside 


Troon 


Greenhead 


Hurlford 


Gateside 


Galston 


Greenhill 


Cumnock 


Gateside 


Sanquhar 


Greenhill 


Fenwick 



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105 



Places. 


Addressed by. 


Places. 


Addressed by. 


Greenholm 


Newmilns 


Haughinchside 


Sanquhar 


Greenock Mains 




Hayholm 


Cumnock 


Lodge 


Cumnock 


Hay mouth 


Galston 


Greens 


Newmilns 


Hayocks Farm 


Stevenston 


Greenside 


Crosshouse 


Hayocks House 


Do. 


Greenside 


Cumnock 


Haysmuir 


Stewarton 


Greenwalls 


Fenwick 


Hazelbank 


Dunlop 


Grimgrew 


Cumnock 


Healer 


Catrine 


Grimgrew, High 


Do, 


Headmark 


Cumnock 


Groatholm House 


Kilwinning 


Heads 


Newmilns 


Grougar Mains 


Galston 


Heath 


Catrine 


Grougar School 


Do. 


Heatheth 


Cumnock 


Grouse Braehead 


Newmilns 


Helentongate 


Symington 


Guelt 


Cumnock 


Helenton Mains 


Do. 


Guililand 


Dundonald 


Helenton Mill 


Do. 


Gunoch 


Hurlford 


Hemphill 


Galston 


Gunoch Mains 


Do. 


Hendrieston 


Catrine 


Gunshill 


Dunlop 


Henrieston 


Cumnock 






Henry ton 


Newmilns 


H 




Herdshouse 


Symington 






Heugh Mill 


Do. 


HabbieauM 


Kilmaurs 


Highbowhill 


Galston 


Hackhill 


Kilwinning 


Highbraes 


Catrine 


Hackhill 


Stevenston 


Highbyrehill 


Stewarton 


Haghouse 


Fenwick 


Highchaplitar 


Do. 


Haining House 


Hurlford 


Highfleld 


Fenwick 


Haining Mains 


Do. 


Highlees 


Dundonald • 


Hairshaw 


Stewarton 


High Plaid 


Cumnock 


Hairshaw 


Fenwick 


Highside 


Newmilns 


Hairshaw Mill 


Do. 


Hightree 


Craigie 


Halket Cottage 


Dunlop 


Highyard 


Mauchline 


Halket, East 


Do. 


Hill 


Cumnock 


Halket, North 


Do. 


Hill 


Dunlop 


Halket, West 


Do. 


Hill 


Fenwick 


Hall 


New Cumnock 


Hill 


Galston 


Hall 


Sanquhar 


Hill 


Newmilns 


Hall 


Craigie 


Hillbank Toll 


Hurlford 


Hallbarnes 


Crosshouse 


Hill Cottage 


Cumnock 


Hallhouse 


Fenwick 


Hillend 


Hurlford 


Hallmoss 


Dunlop 


Hillend 


Galston 


Hallrig 


Tarbolton 


Hillhead 


Hurlford 


Hallrigs 


Galston 


Hillhead 


Kilmaurs 


Hallrigs Toll 


Do. 


Hillhead 


Newmilns 


Hallyards 


Dundonald 


Hillhead 


Tarbolton 


Hapland 


Cumnock 


Hillhead 


Fenwick 


Hapland Mills 


Dunlop 


Hillhead 


Catrine 


Hapland Mains 


Do. 


Hillhead 


Do. 


Hapton 


Newmilns 


Hillhead 


Stevenston 


Harpercroft 


Dundonald 


Hillhead 


Cumnock 


Harperland 


Do. 


Hillhead, North 


Mauchline 


Haugh 


Mauchline 


Hillhead, South 


Do. 


Haughyett 


Do. 


Hillhead Farm 


Kilmarnock 



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RURAL POST DELIVERY 



Places. 


Addressed by. 


Places. 


Addressed by. 




Billhead Toll 


Mauchline 


Hyndsward 


Cumnock 




Hillhouse 


Hurlford 








Hillhouse 


Galston 


I 






Hillhouse 
Hillhouse 
Hillhouse 


Do. 
Do. 

Monkton 


Inchbean 
Inchgotrick 


Riccarton 
Do. 




Hillhouse 


Symington 


J 






Hillhouse 


Dunlop 








Hillhouse 


Cumnock 


Jeanfield 


Symington 




Hillhouse Farm 


Troon 


Jocksthorn 


Kilraaurs 




Hillhouse House 


Dundonald 


K 






Hillhouse, East 


Riccarton 






« Hillhouse, West 


Do. 


Kaims Castle 


Craigie 




Hillhouse Lodge 


Fenwick 


Kaimshill House 


Hurlford 




Hill of Auchman- 




Kaplar 


Galston 




noch 


Galston 


Kayshill 


Cumnock 




Hill of Barnwell 


Symington 


Kerelaw House 


Stevenston 




Hill of Kilraaurs 


Kilraaurs 


Kerelaw Mains 


Do. 




Hobbsland 


Monkton 


Kelk Place 


Kilmarnock 




Holehouse 


Galston 


Kellburn 


Catrine 




Holehouse 


Catrine 


Kellcrowe Cottage 


Do. 




Holehouse 


Dunlop 


Kelloch 


Cumnock 




Holehouse 


Cumnock 


Kellochside 


Do. 




Holehouse 


Kilmarnock 


Kelloside 


Sanquhar 




Holehouse, High 


Galston 


Kenneth Row 


Kilwinning 




Holehouse, High 


Sorn 


Kennox House 


Stewarton 




Holehouse Mill 


Do. 


Kensie 


Catrine 




Hollows 


Symington 


Keyshill 


Tarbolton 




Hollybush 


Mauchline 


Killock 


Galston 




Hollybush 


Hurlford 


Killockhead 


Do. 




Hollyhill 


Newmilns 


Killockmains 


Do. 




Holmes 


Kilmarnock 


Kilraaurs, S.O. 


Kilmarnock 




Holmes Colliery- 


Hurlford 


Kilraaurs House 


Kilraaurs 




Holmes Crosshouse 


Crosshouse 


Kilraaurs Mains 


Do. 




Holmes House 


Kilmarnock 


Kilraaurs Manse 


Kilmarnock 




Holm head 


Catrine 


Kiln 


Fenwick 




Holmhead 


Cumnock 


Kiln 


Sanquhar 




Hoodston Bridge 


Hurlford 


Kilnford 


Dundonald 




Hooklands 


Sanquhar 


Kiln Row 


Gatehead 




Horsecleugh 


Cumnock 


Kilwinning, S.O. 






Horsehill 


Fenwick 


Kingberry Bank 


Galston 




Horsemuir 


Stewarton 


KingencleughHo'se 


Mauchline 




Howcommon 


Craigie 


Kingshill 


Kilmarnock 




Howe 


Cumnock 


Kingston Village 


Dunlop 




Howford Bridge 


Mauchline 


Kingswell 


Fenwick 




Howlet Burn 


Galston 


Kirkconnell, S.O. 


Sanquhar 




Hudston 


Cumnock 


Kirkconnell Mains 


Do. 




Hullerherst House 


Stevenston 


Kirkdvke 


Craigie 




Hunterston 


Cumnock 


Kirkhill 


Stewarton 




Hunthall 


Dunlop 


Kirkhill 


Symington 




Hurlford, S.O. 


Kilmarnock 


Kirkland 


Crosshouse 




Hurst 


Craigie 


Kirkland 


Sanquhar 





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107 



Places. 


Addressed by. 


Places. 


Addressed by. 


Kirkland 


Kilmaui-s 


Ladyton House 


Galston 


Kirkland Row 


Crosshouse 


Laighborland 


Dunlop 


Kirklandside 


Riccartoa 


Laighgainford 


Fenwick 


Kirkmichael Mains 


Do. 


Laighgameshill 


Dunlop 


Kilkmuir 


Stewarton 


Laighlangmuir 


Kilmaurs 


Kirkstyle House 


Riccarton 


Laighmoor 


Fenwick 


Kirktoa 


Kilaiaurs 


Laighovermoor 


Newmilns 


Kirkton 


Fen wick 


Lainshaw House 


Stewarton 


Kirrst 


Symington 


Lainshaw Mill 


Do. 


Kiskwood 


Dunlop 


Lainshaw Smithy 


Do. 


Knevocklaw 


Newrailns 


Lamberton, East 


Do. 


Knockburnie 


New Cumnock 


Lanehead 


New Cumnock 


Knockdone 


Cumnock 


Lanemark 


Do. 


Knockdunder 


Do. 


Lanfine House 


Newmilns 


Knockeodale 


Symington 


Langcraig, High 


Kilmarnock 


Knockeadale, East 


Do. 


Langcraig, Low 


Do. 


Knockengig 


Sanquhar 


Langdyke 


Fenwick 


Knockenhair 


Do. 


Langlands 


Symington 


Knockenlaw 


Kilmarnock 


Langlands 


Tarbolton 


Knockenlaw C'tt'ge 


Do. 


Langlands 


Kilmaurs 


Knockentiber Ho'se 


Kilmaurs 


Langholm 


Catrine 


Knockgaldron 


Cumnock 


Langholm 


Symington 


Knocklandhill 


Kilmaurs 


Langhouse 


Hurlford 


Knocklandside 


Do. 


Langside 


Craigie 


Knockmarloch 


Craigie 


Langside 


Fenwick 


Knocknabe 


Cumnock 


Langside 


Kilmaurs 


Knockroon 


Do. 


Langside, High 


Kilmarnock 


Knocksheffenock 


Do. 


Langside, Low 


Do. 


Knockshinnoch 


New Cumnock 


Laputa 


Do. 


Knockshoggle 


Tarbolton 


Lardside 


Hurlford 


Knockterra 


Cumnock 


Large Foulton 


Symington 


Knowe 


Do. 


Laurieston 


Dundonald 


Knowe 


Newmilns 


Lavemill 


Gatehead 


Knowehead 


Do. 


Laverockhall 


Stewarton 


Knowehead 


Mauchline 


Law 


Tarbolton 


Knowehead 


Tarbolton 


Law 


Dunlop 
Catrine 


Knowehead 


Galston 


Lawbraes 


Knowhead 


New Cumnock 


Lawdyke 


Galston 


Kollybarlees 


Craigie 


Lawbill 


Troon 


Kyle 


Cumnock 


Lawhill 


Tarbolton 






Lawrishill 


Cumnock 


L 




Lawsbridge 


Hurlford 






Leadhead 


Dunlop 


Ladeside 


Fenwick 


Leamyside 


Troon 


Ladyard 


Galston 


Lees 


Catrine 


Ladyard 


Tarbolton 


Lemains 


Cumnock 


Ladyard 


flurlford 


Lepens 


Kilwinning 


Ladyardhill 


Do. 


Lessnessock 


Cumnock 


Ladybrow 


Newmilns 


Liffuock 


Galston 


Ladykirk 


Monk ton 


Ligget 


New Cumnock 


Ladykirk Bridge 


Do. 


Lilly loan 


Newmilns 


Ladyland 


Symington 


Limmerlaugh, High 


Galston 



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RURAL POST DELIVERY. 



Places. 


Addressed by. 


Places. 


Addressed by. 


Lindsayhill 


Cumnock 


Longmuir High 


Kilraaurs 


Lindsayhill 


Catrine 


Longside 


Galston 


Linhead 


Dunlop 


Loudoun Castle 


Do. 


Lintrnill 


Catrine 


Loudoun Cottage 


Do. 


Lithans 


New Cumnock 


Loudoun Gatehouse 


Do. 


Little Barleith 


Hurlford 


Loudounhill 


Newmilns 


Little Burnhouse 


Galston 


Loudoun Kirk 


Galston 


Little Ctiapleton 


Stewarton 


Loudoun Lodge 


Do. 


Little Corsehill 


Do. 


Loudoun Manse 


Newmilns . 


Little Corsell 


Do. 


Loudoun Mill 


Galston 


Little Fenwick 


Fenwick 


Lourieland Row 


Crosshouse 


Little Foulton 


Symington 


Low Bowhill 


Newmilns 


Little Garclaugh 


New Cumnock 


Low Braes 


Galston 


Little Glen 


Newmilns 


Low Bridgend 


Hurlford 


Little Mark 


Sanquhar 


Low Burnhouse 


Galston 


Littlemark 


New Cumnock 


Low Dollars 


Hurlford 


Littlemill Cottage 


Cumnock 


Lowes 


Cumnock 


Little Onthank 


Kilmarnock 


Lowesmuir 


New Cumnock 


Little Raws 


Galston 


Lowesmuir 


Cumnock 


Little Sorn 


Do. 


Low Glassock 


Fenwick 


Little Wraise 


Do. 


Low Gree 


Do. 


Loan foot 


Kilmarnock 


Low Montcur 


Kilwinning 


Loanhead 


Dunlop 


Low Newton 


Galston 


Loans, S.O. 


Troon 


Lownland 


Mauchline 


Lochcraigs 


Stevenston 


Low Tannacrief 


Rowallan 


Loch end 


Do, 


Low Walton 


Mauchline 


Lochend 


Hurlford 


Low Wardneuk 


Kilmarnock 


Lochfleld 


Newmilns 


Lugar, S.O. 


Cumnock 


Lochgoin 


Fenwick 


Lugton 


Dunlop 


Lochhill 


New Cumnock 


Lugton Inn 


Do. 


Lochhill 


Cumnock 


Lungton, East 


Do. 


Lochhill, North 


Mauchline 


Lungton, West 


Do. 


Lochhill, West 


Do. 


Lyleston Row 


Kilwinning 


Lochlee 


Tarbolton 






Lochlee 


Hurlford 


M 




Loch park 


Symington 






Lochridgehill 


Dunlop 


Macquiteston 


Cumnock 


Lochside.Stewarton 


Kilmarnock 


Maybiehill 


Dunlop 


Lochside 


Cumnock 


Mains 


Mauchline 


Lochside House 


New Cumnock 


Mains 


Cumnock 


Lochwood 


Kilwinning 


Mains 


Newmilns 


Lodgebush 


Craigie 


Mains 


Kilmaurs 


Loganhill 


Cumnock 


Mains 


Dunlop 


Logan House 


Do. 


Mainsbank Cottage 


Cumnock 


Logan South 


Do. 


Mainshill 


Mauchline 


Logan Toll 


Do. 


Maintree 


Craigie 


Longford 


Kilwinning 


Maneight 


New Cumnock 


Longgreen 


Newmilns 


Mansefleld Colliery 


Do. 


Longhouse 


Cumnock 


Mansfield Cottages 


Do. 


Longlum 


Dundonald 


Mansefleld Hall 


Do. 


Longlums 


Galston 


Mansefleld House 


Do. 


Longmore 


Cumnock 


Mansefleld Mains 


Do. 



RURAL POST DELIVERY. 



109 



Places. 


Addressed by. 


Places. 


Addressed by. 


Mansefield Village 


New Camnock 


Mill 


Cumnock 


March 


Do. 


Millands 


Galston 


Marchbank 


Fenwick 


Millburn 


Tarbolton 


Marchburn 


New Cumnock 


Millburn Mill 


Do. 


Marchdyke 


Symington 


Millhill 


Stevenston 


Marchhouse 


Galston 


Millhill 


Hurlford 


Margaretfield 


Riccarton 


Millside 


Galston 


Marshalmark 


New Cumnock 


Millzeoch 


Cumnock 


Martinshill 


Mauchline 


Milrig House 


Galston 


Mauchline, S.O. 


Kilmarnock 


Milton 


Do. 


Mauchline Station 


Mauchline 


Milton 


Tarbolton 


Maxholm 


Riccarton 


Milton, Low 


Kilmarnock 


Maxwood 


Galston 


Milton Mill 


Galston 


Mayfield 


Hurlford 


Misk 


Stevenston 


Mayfield 


Stevenston 


Moat Cottage 


Cumnock 


Mayville 


Do. 


Moat Toll 


Do. 


Meadow 


Cumnock 


Molemount 


Galston 


Meadowbank 


Tarboltou 


Molemountend 


Do. 


Meadowhead 


Catrine 


Moneyacres, East 


Dunlop 


Meadowhead 


Craigie 


Moneyacres, West 


Do. 


Meadowhead 


Riccarton 


Monk 


Galston 


Meadowhead 


Fenwick 


Monk Castle 


Kilwinning 


Meadowhead 


Galston 


Monk Castle, High 


Do. 


Meikle Glen 


Newmilns 


Monkland 


Galston 


Meiklewood 


Fenwick 


Monkredding, High 


Kilwinning 


Meikleyard 


Galston 


Monkredding Ho'se 


Do. 


Menoch Bridge 


Sanquhar 


Monkton, S.O. 




Meikland 


Catrine 


Monkton Mill 


Monkton 


Meikland 


Mauchline 


Monkton Mill, High 


Do. 


Merkland 


New Cumnock 


Monkton Mill, Low 


Do. 


Merryhill 


Stewarton 


Montcur 


Kilwinning 


Merry mouth 


Dunlop 


Montgarswood, E'st 


Catrine 


Mid Blacklaw 


Stewarton 


Mon tgars wood, W'st 


Do. 


Midbuiston 


Kilmaurs 


Montgomerie 


Tarbolton 


Mid Corshill 


Stewarton 


Montgreenan, 




Middlefield 


Galston 


Bridgend 


Kilwinning 


Middle Grace 


Fenwick 


Montgreenan House 


Do. 


Middlemuir 


Tarboltou 


Moscow 


Galston 


Middlepart 


Stevenston 


Mossback 


Riccarton 


Middlesyard 


Galston 


Mossback 


Cumnock 


Middlethird 


Do. 


Mossbog 


Tarbolton 


Middletonhill 


Tarboltou 


MosscuUoch 


Kilwinning 


Mid Foulton 


Symington 


Mossblown 


Tarbolton 


Mid Grange 


Dunlop 


Mossend 


Cumnock 


Mid Lambroughton 


Stewarton 


Mossgiel, North 


Mauchline 


Midland 


Fenwick 


Mossgiel, South 


Do. 


Midton 


Craigie 


Mossgiel, West 


Do. 


Midton 


Cumnock 


Mosshead 


Kilmarnock 


Midton 


Riccarton 


Mosshouse 


Cumnock 


Midton 


Fenwick 


Mosside 


Craigie 


Midton 


New Cumnock 


Mosside 


Riccarton 


Mid Whithe 


Stewarton 


Mosside 


Fenwick 



110 



RURAL POST DELIVERY. 



Places. 


Addressed by. 


Places. 


Addressed by. 


Mosside 


Tarbolton 


Newfield 


Galston 


Mosside, East 


Stevenston 


Newfield 


Newmilns 


Mounthope 


New Cumnock 


Newfield House 


Kilmarnock 


Mount House 


Kilmarnock 


Newfield Mains 


Dundonald 


Muirdyke 


Cumnock 


Newhall 


Dunlop 


Muirend 


Symington 


Newhouse 


Gatehead 


Muirhead 


Galston 


Newhouse 


Do. 


Muirhead 


Troon 


Newhouse 


Dunlop 


Muirhouse 


Symington 


Newhouse 


Galston 


Muirhouse 


Monkton 


Newhouse House 


Hurlford 


Muirhouse 


Hurlford 


Newlands 


Monkton 


Muirhouses 


Stevenston 


Newlands 


Newmilns 


Muirhouses 


Perceton Row 


Newlands 


Kilmaurs 


Muii'house, West 


Symington 


New Mill 


Kilmarnock 


Muirmill 


Do. 


New Mill 


Catrine 


Muirshilla 


Dunlop 


New Mill 


Dunlop 


Muirstoa 


Cumnock 


Newmilns, S.O. 


Kilmarnock 


Muirston 


Tarbolton 


New Row 


Crosshouse 


Mureside 


Stevenston 


Newtonhead 


Kilmaurs 


Muzzerland Burn 


Riccarton 


Newton, East 


Newmilns 


Myres 


Tarbolton 


Newton, West 


Do. 


N 




Newton, West 


Galston 




Northborland 


Dunlop 


Naigshill 


Cumnock 


Northcraig 


Kilmarnock 


Neephill 


Gatehead 


Northgates 


Stewarton 


Nest 


Cumnock 


Northlogan 


Catrine 


Netherfarding 


Sanquhar 


North wynd 


Galston 


Netherhill 


Dunlop 


Nourisbank 


Hurlford 


Netberhill 


Do. 


Nowhead 


Do. 


Netherhouses 


Do. 


Now head 


Riccarton 


Netherhouses 


Do. 






Netherlands 


Hurlford 







Nethermains 


Kilwinning 






Nethernewton 


Galston 


Ochiltree, S.O. 


Kilmarnock 


Nether Raith 


Fenwick 


Old Busby 


Kilmaurs 


Nether Robertland 


Stewarton 


Old Bvre 


Cumnock 


Nethershields 


Catrine 


Old Hall 


Fenwick 


Nether Temple- 




Old Hall 


Dundonald 


houses 


Dunlop 


Old Hall 


Dunlop 


Nether third 


Cumnock 


Old Hall 


Do. 


Netherton 


Do, 


Old Hallsides 


Do. 


Netherton 


Dunlop 


Old Manse 


Cumnock 


Netherton 


New Cumnock 


Old Mill 


New Cumnock 


Neviston 


Sanquhar 


Old Mill 


Dunlop 


Newark 


Do. 


Old Place 


Hurlford 


New byre 


Hurlford 


Old Rome 


Gatehead 


Newbyre 


Galston 


Old Row 


Troon 


New Cumnock, S.O. 


Kilmarnock 


Old Toll 


Symington 


Newdykes 


Monkton 


Old Walls 


Galston 


Newentax 


Hurlford 


Onthank 


Kilmarnock 


Newfarm 


Kilmarnock 


Orange Boven 


Fenwick 


Newfield 


Cumnock 


Orangefield Cottage 


Monkton 



RURAL POST DELIVERY. 



Ill 



Places. 


Addressed by. 


Places. 


Addressed by. 


Orangefield House 


Monkton 


Piperhill 


Cumnock 


OraDgefield, East 


Do. 


Pisgah 


Symington 


Orangefield, West 


Do. 


Plaid, High 


Cumnock 


Orchardton 


Cumnock 


Plaid, Low 


Do. 


Oslelabrae 


Stewarton 


Plan 


Kilmaurs 


Overborland 


Dunlop 


Plan House 


Do. 


Overhill 


Stewarton 


Plantingside 


Cumnock 


Overland, East 


Hurlford 


Plotcock 


Do. 


Overland, West 


Do. 


Ploughland 


Dundonald 


Overmuir, High 


Newmilns 


Plowland 


Craigie 


Over Polbaith 


Galston 


Pluck 


Cumnock 


Overton 


Kilmaurs 


Pockelly 


Stewarton 






Pockenave 


Hurlford 


P 




Point House 


Kilmarnock 






Point House 


Dunlop 


Paddean 


Fenwick 


Pokelly 


Fenwick 


Paddockburn 


Catrine 


Pokelly Hall 


Do. 


Paddocklaw 


Kilmaurs 


Pokelly, West 


Do. 


Palmerston, North 


Cumnock 


Pollick 


Dunlop 


Palmerston, South 


Do. 


Polquharn 


Cumnock 


Pans 


Troon 


Polqnheys 


New Cumnock 


Pant 


Mauchline 


Polquhorter, East 


Do. 


Pant 


Tarbolton 


Polquhorter, West 


Do. 


Parkeiston 


Newmilns 


Polquhorter, High 


Do. 


Parkhead 


Kilmarnock 


PolshiU 


Do. 


Parkhead 


Dunlop 


Poriskan 


Fenwick 


Parkhead 


Fenwick 


Porterston 


Dundonald 


Parkhill 


Tarbolton 


Portland Iron Works 


Hurlford 


Parkhouse 


Newmilns 


Portland Row 


Do. 


Parkmill 


Tarbolton 


Powbank Mill 


Monkton 


Parkneuk 


Craigie 


Priestland 


Tarbolton 


Parkneuk 


Galston 


Primrose Bank 


Do. 


Parkthorn 


Dundonald 


Purroch 


Hurlford 


Passford 


Newmilns 


Purroch Park 


Do. 


Pathhead 


Mauchline 






Pathhead 


New Cumnock 


Q 




Pavilion 


Dunlop 






Peace and Plenty 


Caprington 


Quarry House 


Galston 


Peacockbank 


Stewarton 


Quarry House 


Stewarton 


Peacockb'nkC'tt'g'e 


Do. 


Quarter House 


Newmilns 


Peacockbank House 


Do. 


Quilkeston 


Tarbolton 


Peacockbank Toll 


Do. 






Pearsland 


Galston 


R 




Peatland 


Dundonald 






Pembreck 


Cumnock 


Raefield 


Sanquhar 


Penny Fadzeuch 


Do. 


Railway Square 


Stevenston 


Penny Glen 


Troon 


Raith 


Tarbolton 


Pennyland 


Cumnock 


Raith Burn 


Fenwick 


Pennymore 


Do. 


Ralstonyards 


Hurlford 


Perceton Brick 




Ralton Row 


Do. 


Works 


Kilmarnock 


Ramagston 


Do. 


Perceton Row 


Do. 


Ramstane 


Kilmaurs 



112 



RURAL POST DELIVERY. 



Places. 


Addressed by. 


Places. 


Addressed by. 


Rashillhouse 


Kilraaurs 


Rushaw 


Fenwiek 


Rattenraw 


Cumnock 


Ryeburn 


Dunlop 


Ratten raw 


Crosshauds 


Ryehill 


Sanquhar 


Ravenslie 


Dunlop 






Raws, East 


Galston 


S 




Raws, West 


Do. 






Rawsmuir 


Do. 


St. Maidens 


Troon 


Readstone 


Cumnock 


Saldwell 


Dunlop 


Redding 


Galston 


Sandbed 


Fenwiek 


Redding 


Kilmaurs 


Sandyford 


Monkton 


Redgate 


Mauchline 


Sannockhill 


Cumnock 


Red Row 


Cumnock 


Sanquhar, S.O. 


Kilmarnock 


Redstone 


Kilwinning 


Satersyke 


Hurlford 


Refuge Cottage 


Cumnock 


Sawerston 


Mauchline 


Riccarton, S.O. 


Kilmarnock 


Sawerstonhill 


Galston 


Riccarton Manse 


Riccarton 


Scargie 


Craigie 


Riccarton Mill 


Hurlford 


Scouts 


Tarbolton 


Richarton 


Newmilns 


Scrogie Mill 


Kilmaurs 


Ridgehill 


Fenwiek 


Seabank 


Stevenston 


Rigfoot 


New Cumnock 


Shakelhill 


Tarbolton 


Rigg 


Cumnock 


Shaw 


Kilmaurs 


I^igg 


Sanquhar 


Shaw 


Monkton 


Riggend Colliery 


New Cumnock 


Shawfield 


Cumnock 


Rigg Little 


Cumnock 


Shawhill 


Monkton 


Righead 


Dunlop 


Shawbill House 


Hurlford 


Righead 


Do. 


Shawhill Toll 


Monkton 


Righead 


Galston 


Shawneuk 


Catrine 


Righead 


New Cumnock 


Shawood 


Tarbolton 


Righead 


Stewarton 


Shaws Mill 


Hurlford 


Righead 


Tarbolton 


Shawstonhead 


Riccarton 


Roadend 


Do. 


Shields 


Cumnock 


Roadend 


Cumnock 


Shields 


Catrine 


Roanhill 


Dundonald 


Shields 


Monkton 


Robertland House 


Troon 


Shields Bridge 


Catrine 


Robertland House 


Stewarton 


Shillinghill 


Galston 


Roddingdyke 


Fenwiek 


Sidehead 


Craigie 
Dunlop 


Rodenhead 


Cumnock 


Sidehead 


Rodenloft 


Mauchline 


Sidehead 


Hurlford 


Rodinghead House 


Crosshauds 


Silverwood 


Kilmarnock | 


Rodingside 


Hurlford 


Sinclairston 


Cumnock 


Rogerton 


Cumnock 


Skairs 


Do. 


Rosebank Cottage 


Do. 


Skeoch 


Mauchline 


Roseburn 


Do. 


Skernieland 


Fenwiek 


Rose Cottage 


Caprington 


Skerrington 


Cumnock 


Rosemount House 


Monkton 


Skerrington 


Hurlford [ 


Rottenyard 


New Cumnock 


Skerrington Row 


Do. 


Roughside 


Do. 


Slacks 


Newmilns 


Roughside 


Hurlford 


Slatehole 


Cumnock j 


Roundshaw 


Cumnock 


Smilegibes 


Mauchline ^ 


Roundshaw 


Catrine 


Smithfield 


Riccarton j I 


Rowallan Castle 


Rowallan 


Smithfield House 


Tarbolton ' c 


Rurashaw 


Monkton 


Smithston, East 


Do. ... I 



RURAL POST DELIVERY. 



113 



Places. 


Addressed by. 


Places. 


Addressed by. 


Smithston, High 


Kilwinning 


Stevenston 


Cumnock 


Smithstone House 


Do. 


Stevenston, S.O. 




Smithstone House 


Tarbolton 


Stewarton, S.O. 


Kilmarnock 


Smithstone, Low 


Kilwinning 


Stewarton Station 


Kilmaurs 


Smithstonriggs 


Craigie 


Stockbridge 


Do. 


Smithyharvest 


Galston 


Stonebridge 


Cumnock 


Smithyshaw 


Catrine 


Stonecauseway 


Symington 


Sneddonhall 


Galston 


Stonepark 


Cumnock 


Sornbeg 


Do. 


Stoneyhall 


Newmilns 


Sorn Castle 


Catrine 


Straid 


New Cumnock 


Sornhili 


Galston 


Straith 


Galston 


Sornhill Toll 


Do. 


Straith Mills 


Do. 


Sorn Mains 


Catrine 


Strandhead 


Tarbolton 


Sorn, S.O. 


Mauchline 


Struthers 


Hurlford 


Southbeach 


Troon 


Struthers 


Dunlop 


Southcraig 


Kilmarnock 


Struthers 


Troon 


Southdean 


Do. 


Struthers Cottage 


Hurlford 


South Grange 


Dunlop 


Sunnyside 


Craigie 


Southhook 


Kilmaurs 


Sunnyside 


Cumnock 


Southhook Row 


Do. 


Sunnyside 


New Cumnock 


South Logan 


Catrine 


Sunnyside 


Galston 


South Mains 


Sanquhar 


Syke 


Symington 


South Side 


Troon 


Syke 


Galston 


Spango 


Sanquhar 


Syke 


Newmilns 


Sparnelbank 


Galston 


Sykeside 


Cumnock 


Spierston 


Cumnock 


Symington, S.O. 


Kilmarnock 


Spittlehill 


Symington 






Spittleside 


Tarbolton 


T 




Spot 


Stewarton 




Springbank 


Tarbolton 






Springhill 


Cumnock 


Taiglam 


Cumnock 


Springhill Farm 


Gatehead 


Taiglam Lots 


Do. 


Springs 


Tarbolton 


Tailend 


Dunlop 


Springside 


Crosshouse 


Tanacrieflf 


Ro wall an 


Springside 


Symington 


Tanacrieff, High 


Fen wick 


Springside Row 


Crosshouse 


Tannock 


Dunlop 


Stables 


Dunlop 


Tannockhill 


Tarbolton 


Stacklawhill 


Stewarton 


Tarbeg 


Cumnock 


Staffler 


Riccarton 


Tarbolton, S.O. 


Kilmarnock 


Stair, S.O. 


Tarbolton 


Tarcross 


Tarbolton 


Stairaird 


Mauchline 


Tarelgin 


Cumnock 


Stairbridge 


Tarbolton 


Tawthorn 


Galston 


Stair Cottage 


Do. 


Tawthorn Toll 


Do. 


Stairhill 


Cumnock 


Tayburn 


Fenwick 


Stairhill 


Mauchline 


Templand Shaw 


Catrine 


Stairhill 


Tarbolton 


Temple 


Cumnock 


Stair House 


Do. 


Templehill 


Troon 


Stair Manse 


Do. 


Templehouse 


Dunlop 


Staiton 


Monkton 


Templeton 


Dundonald 


Standalane 


Kilmaurs 


Templeton Burn 


Hurlford 


Steel Park 


Cumnock 


Tenshillingland 


Galston 


Stepends 


Catrine 


Tershaw 


Troon 



114 



RURAL POST DELIVERY 



Places. 


Addressed by. 


Places. 


Addressed by. 


Tershaw 


Tarbolton 


U 




Thirdpart 


Kilmarnock 






Thomashill 


Galston 


Underbills 


Symington 


Thomerston 


Cumnock 


Underlaw 


Newmilns 


Thorn 


Dunlop 


Underwood House 


Symington 


Thorn 


Do. 


Upper Farthing 


Sanquhar 


Thorn 


Fenwick 






Thornhill 


Stewarton 


V 




Thorntoun Farm 


Crosshouse 






Thorntoun House 


Kilmarnock 


Viewville 


Catrine 


Thorntoun Row 


Crosshouse 


Village 


Stewarton 


Tilehouse Garden 


Kilmaurs 






Titwood 


Dunlop 


W 




Titwood 


Kilmaurs 






Toddhills 


Kilwinning 


Walkmill 


Catrine 


Todhill 


Fenwick 


Wallace Monument 


Tarbolton 


Tofts 


Tarbolton 


Wallaceton 


Cumnock 


Tongue 


Galston 


Walston 


Fenwick 


Tongue 


Tarbolton 


Walston 


Tarbolton 


Tongue 


Newmilns 


Walton 


Mauchline 


Toponsill 


Kilmarnock 


Ward 


Cumnock 


Toponthank 


Do. 


Wardhead 


Stewarton 


Torranyard 


Kilwinning 


Wardlaw 


Dunlop 


Tour House 


Kilmarnock 


Wardlajv 


Kilmarnock 


Tour 


Kilmaurs 


Wardneuk 


Symington 


Touerhill 


Do. 


Wardneuk, High 


Beansburn 


Touerhill House 


Do. 


Warnockland 


Fenwick 


Tower 


Sanquhar 


Warrickdale 


Perceton Row 


Townend 


Dunlop 


Warrickhill House 


Do. 


Townend 


Craigie 


Warrickhill Row 


Do. 


Townend 


Riccarton 


Waterhaugh 


Newmilns 


Townend 


Fenwick 


Waterhead 


New Cumnock 


Townend House 


Symington 


Waterhouse 


Stewarton 


Townhead 


Cumnock 


Waterland 


Dunlop 


Townhead 


Monkton 


Waterland, East 


Do. 


Townhead 


Fenwick 


Waterland Mill 


Do. 


Townhead 


Tarbolton 


Waterland, South 


Do, 


Townhead 


Hurlford 


Waterland Toll 


Do. 


TownheadofGrange 


Dunlop 


Waterpark 


Kilmaurs 


Townhead of Lam- 




Waterside, S.O. 


Fenwick 


berton 


Stewarton 


Waterside 


New Cumnock 


Townhead of Mill- 




Waterside 


Dunlop 


burn 


Tarbolton 


Waterside 


Galston 


Trees 


Riccarton 


Watston 


Cumnock 


Treesbanks House 


Kilmarnock 


Wauk Mill 


Dunlop 


Treeshill 


Cumnock 


Wealth of Waters 


Do. 


Treesmaxs 


Do. 


Wellhill 


Galston 


Triadlegreen 


Dunlop 


Wellhill 


New Cumnock 


Tribboch Mains 


Tarbolton 


Wellhill Tillery 


Do. 


Tribboch Quarry 


Do. 


Wester Correath 


Symington 


Troon, S.O. 




West Grange 


Dunlop 






Westfield 


Tarbolton 



RURAL POST DELIVERY. 



115 



Places. 


Addressed by. 


Places. 


Addressed by. 


Westheads 


Newmilns 


Windyshields 


Newmilns 


Westhill 


Tarbolton 


Windyyet 


Stewarton 


West Lamberton 


Stewarton 


Winkingfield 


Newmilns 


West Land 


New Cumnock 


Witchknowe 


Riccarton 


West Lanfine 


Newmilns 


Woodburn 


Cumnock 


Wexford 


Symington 


Woodend 


Tarbolton 


Wexford, High 


Do. 


Woodend Cottage 


Hurlford 


Wexford, South 


Do. 


Woodend House 


Do. 


Wheatriggs 


Kilmaurs 


Woodgreen 


Kilwinning 


Wheatriggs 


Riccarton 


Woodhead 


Dunlop 


Whinpark 


Kilmarnock 


Woodhead 


Tarbolton 


Whiskyhall 


Tarbolton 


Woodhead 


Newmilns 


Whitehall 


Dunlop 


Woodhead 


Hurlford 


Whitehill 


Cumnock 


WoodhiU 


Kilmarnock 


Whitehill 


Symington 


WoodhiU 


Tarbolton 


Whitehill 


Gralston 


WoodhiU, East 


Kilmaurs 


Whitehill 


New Cumnock 


WoodhiU, North 


Do. 


Whitehill 


Sanquhar 


WoodhiU, West 


Do. 


Whitehill Mains 


Symington 


Woodside 


Gatehead 


Whiteholm 


Cumnock 


Woodside 


Kilwinning 


Whitehurst 


Kilwinning 


Woodside 


Monkton 


Whitelee 


Stewarton 


Woodside 


Hurlford 


Whitelee, East 


Do. 


Woodside Cottage 


Do. 


Whitelees 


Symington 


Woodside Do. 


Kilmaurs 


Whiteletts, North 


Dunlop 


Woodside Row 


Hurlford ' 


Whiteletts, South 


Do. 


Wraise 


Galston 


Whiteletts, West 


Do. 


Wyllieland 


Fenwick 


Whiteriggs 


Galston 






Whiteside 


Monkton 


Y 




Whiteside 


Newmilns 




Whittlehill 


Fenwick 






Willhill 


Galston 


Yardside 


Riccarton 


Wind ford 


Tarbolton 


Yett 


Tarbolton 


Windward 


Stewarton 


Yochan Mill 


Sanquhar 


Windyedge 


Gatehead 


Yondercroft 


Newmilns 


Windyhill 


Newmilns 


Yonderton 


Tarbolton 



APPENDIX. 



POST-OFFICE, KILMARNOCK. 



ESTABLISHMENT. 
PosTMASTEE, DAVID RANKIN, Esq. 

Clerks, JAMES DICKIE. 

'^ DAVID STEVENSON, 

" JAMES RODGER. 

Stampers, JOHN AULD. 

JOHN HYSLOP. 

Letter-Carriers, WILLIAM THOMSON. 

WILLIAM TEMPLETON. 

" " ANDREW HAMILTON. 

JOHN WYLLIE. 

Auxiliary Letter-Carrier and Riccarton Messenger, 
JOHN MARSHALL. 

RURAL MESSENGERS. 

To Stewarton, James Gibson. 

" " {2d post), Thomas Leighton. 

" Symington,.,., James Sinclair. 

" Tarbolton, John Johnstone. 



To Crosshands, James Craig. 

" Duudonald, George Good. 

" Hurlford, Hugh Gilmour 

" Perceton Row, John Good. 

*' Rowallan, John Begg. 



118 



POST-OFFICE REGULATIONS. 



Ordinary Business. — The Office is, on Week Days, opened to the 
public for Ordinary Business at 7 a.m. It is always closed at 9 p.m. On 
Sunday the Office is open only from 10 a.m. till 11 a.m., and from 1 p.m. 
till 2 p.m.; but the Letter Box remains open as on other days. 

Money Order and Savings Bank Business is transacted from 9 a.m. 
to 6 p.m., and on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. 

No Money Order or Savings Bank Business is transacted on a Sunday 
or Sacramental Fast-Day. 



DELIYERY OF LETTERS. 

1st Dehvery by Letter-Carriers begins at 6.45 a.m. 
2nd Do., Do, Do., 9.20 " 

3rd Do., Do., Do., 7 p.m. 

Deliveries to Riccarton begin at 6.45 a.m. and 7 p.m. 

On Sundays and Sacramental Fast-Days there is no Delivery by Letter- 
Carriers. Letters are, on Sundays, delivered from the Counter, from 10 
a.m. till 11 a.m., and from 1 p.m. till 2 p.m.; and on Sacramental Fast- 
Days from 8 a.m. till 9 a.m., and from 7 p.m. till 8 p.m. only. 



PILLAR BOX COLLECTIONS. 

Letters are collected from the Pillar Letter Boxes at the following 
hours, viz.: — 





Week Days, 


Sundays. 


Beansburn Wall Letter Box 


9.40 a.m. 


... 


8 p.m. 


... 


••• 


Wellington St. Pillar Letter Box 


10 " 


3 p.m. 


... 


9 p.m. 


9 p.m. 


Portland Street do. 


10 " 


3 " 


8 " 


9 " 


9 " 


Cross do. 


10 " 


3 " 


8 " 


9 " 


9 " 


Glencairn Square do. 


10 " 


3 " 


... 


9 « 


9 " 


Railway Station do. 


10 « 


3 " 


8 " 


9 " 


... 



SUB-OFFICES UNDER KILMARNOCK. 



Auchencloich. 

Auchinleck. 

Catrine. 

Cumnock. 

Craigie. 

Darvel. 

Dundonald. 

Dunlop. 

Fenwick. 



Galston. 

Garallan. 

Hurlford. 

Kilmaurs. 

Kirkconnell. 

Lugar. 

MauchMne. 

New Cumnock. 

Newmilns. 



Ochiltree. 

Riccarton. 

Sanquhar. 

Sorn. 

Symington. 

Stair. 

Stewarton. 

Tarbolton. 

Waterside. 



POST-OFFICE REGULATIONS. 119 

RATES OF POSTAGE. 

1. — Inland Letters. 

The rate of postage to be prepaid is one penny for every half ounce or 
fraction of half an ounce. As a general rule, the postage, if not paid in 
advance, is double the foregoing; and if the payment in advance be insuffi- 
cient, double the deficiency is charged. An inland letter, for example, 
weighing more than half an ounce and not exceeding one ounce, if bearing 
a penny stamp only, is, on dehvery, charged twopence. On re-directed 
letters, however, the charge for re-direction is the same whether prepaid 
or collected on delivery. 

2. — Newspapers and other Periodicals hearing the Newspaper Stamp. 

Inland. — Made up in covers open at the sides, with the stamp exposed 
to view, and posted within fifteen days of publication, with no marks or 
writing in any part except the address (or they will be charged twopence 
extra on each paper), are forwarded from one part of the kingdom to 
another free (except those dehvered within the free delivery of the place 
where posted, which are charged one penny). 

Foreign. — Newspapers or periodicals registered at the General Post- 
Office for transmission abroad, are sent at reduced rates; but the rates 
must be wholly paid in postage stamps, as the impressed newspaper stamp 
counts for nothing. Newspapers not registered are treated as books. 

3. — Booh Post, including, when the foregoing special privileges are not claimed, 
Newspapers (with other periodicals) and Parliamentary Proceedings. 

The postage is one penny for every quarter of a pound or fraction of a 
quarter of a pound. 

Colonial and Foreign Booh Post. — Except that the rates of postage are 
higher, books can be sent to all British Colonies, and to many foreign 
countries, on the same conditions as those of the Inland Book Post. 

4. — Inland Pattern and Sample Post. 

The postage is twopence for every quarter of a pound or fraction of a 
quarter of a pound. No packet of patterns or samples must exceed 24 
ounces in weight. 



REGISTRATION. 

By the prepayment of a fee of fourpence any letter, newspaper, book, 
or other packet, may be registered to any place in the United Kingdom 
or the British Colonies. 






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LOCAL INSTITUTIONS. 



MAGISTRATES AND TOWN COQNCIL. 

Provost — John Dickie, Esq. 
Bailies — Hugh Wilson, Wm. Mitchell, Wm. Simpson, and John Bicket. 

COUNCILLORS. 

Third Ward 
George Rome 



First Ward. 
Jas. Laughland 



Second Ward 

John Watt 
Jas. Blackwood James Wallace James M'Kie 
John Crooks Hugh Wilson John Dickie 

Wm. Simpson 

Treasurer — James Watson. 
Assessors— Alex. & Jas. Hamilton. 



Fourth Ward. 

John Bicket 
Wm. Mitchell 
Archd, Finnie 



Fifth Ward. 
James Watson 
Andrew M'Lean 
Thomas Mack 



I Town-Clerks — Alex. & Jas. Hamilton. 
I Burgh and J.P. Fiscal — T. B. Andrews. 

Town Officer and Inspector of Weights and Measures — James Hastie. 



COMMISSIONERS OF POLICE FOR 1867-68. 

Provost — John Dickie, Esq. 
Bailies — Wilson, Mitchell, Simpson, and Bicket. 
Baron Bailie — Fred. J. Turner, Esq. | Town Treasurer — James Watson. 



First Ward. 
John Cameron 
Geo. Rome, jun. 
Stewart Armour 



Second Ward 
Wm. Creelman 
Ross Wallace 
J. R. Thomson 



Third Ward. 
William Taylor 
Thos. Brown 
John Stewart 



Fourth Ward. 
John Auld 
Hugh Gemmell 
John Wallace 



Fifth Ward. 
J. V. Stevenson 
Wm. Wyllie 
John Gibb 



Treasurer to Commissioners — James Wilson, National Bank. 
Clerks to Commissioners — D. R. & T. B. Andrews, Solicitors. 

Surveyor and Superintendent 

Inspector — Samuel Kelly. 
Sergeants of Police —John M'Math, Jas. Muir, and John Dick. 

COMMITTEES OP COMMISSTONBES OF POLICE FOR 1867-68. 



On Streets^ Footpaths. Cesspools, 
Brains, Gleaning Streets, and Public 
Health.— WiWizxa Creelman, Stewart 
Armour, John Auld, William Wyllie, 
John Cameron, Ross Wallace, John 
Wallace, John Stewart, J. V. Stevenson, 
William Creelman, Convener. 

On Lamps and Lighting. — John 
Cameron, J. V. Stevenson, John Auld, 
Ross Wallace, Thomas Brown, John 
Wallace. John Cameron, Convener. 

On Fire Engines.— 3. V. Stevenson, 
Bailie Bicket, John R. Thomson, John 
Gibb, Geo. Rome, junr., Hugh Gemmell, 
Wm. Taylor. J. V. Stevenson, Convener. 



On Watching and Clothing. — Provost 
Dickie, Bailie Mitchell, Bailie Simpson, 
Stewart Armour, John Stewart, William 
Creelman, Hugh Gemmell, Wm. Wyllie. 
Bailie Mitchell, Convener. 

On Court House, Powder House, and 
Cells. — Provost Dickie, Bailie Wilson, 
Baihe Bicket, Treasurer Watson, George 
Rome, junr., Thomas Brown. Provost 
Dickie, Convener. 

On Finance. — Provost Dickie, Bailie 
Simpson, Bailie Wilson, Treasurer Wat- 
son, F. J. Turner, John Gibb, Ross 
Wallace, John Wallace. Bailie Simpson, 
Convener. 



COUNTY CONSTABULARY. 

Office— 65 Titchfield street. 
Charles Brown, Superintendent. 



LOCAL INSTITUTIONS. 



123 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



IN TOWN. 



Provost and Magistrates of Kilmarnock, and Town Treasurer. 

James Donald, Esq. 
James Wilson, Esq. 
Archibald Finnic, Esq. 
John Crooks. Esq. 
John Watt, Esq. 
John Home, Esq. 



James Anderson, Esq. 
Peter Sturrock, Esq. 
James H. Rodgers, Esq. 
Alexander J. Bruce, Esq. 
John Thomson, Esq. 



IN COUNTRY. 



James Dempster, Esq., Lady ton, Galston. 

John Hendrie, Esq., Galston. 

Chas. Forgan, Esq., Towerhill, Kilmaurs. 

A. D. Tait, Esq., Milrig. 

W. H. Craufurd, Esq., Craufurdland. 

J. F. Hamilton, Esq., Cairnhill. 

C. V. H. Campbell, Esq., Netherplace. 

Robert Mackie, Esq., Loudoun Cottage. 

William H. Dunlop, Esq., Annanhill. 

William P. Adam, Esq., Tour. 

William Smith, Esq., Newmilns. 

William Weir, Esq., Hurlford. 



Allan Pollok Morris, Esq., The Craig. 

William Fairlie, Esq., Holmes, 

Fred. J Turner, Esq., The Dean. 

James Y. Deans, Esq., Kirkstyle. 

W. C. S. Cuninghame, Esq., Caprington 

Castle. 
Robert Gairdner, Esq., Thorn toun. 
James H. Picken, Esq., Hillhouse Lodge. 
Thomas Brown, Esq., Lanfine. 
The Eldest Bailie of Newmilns. 
The Eldest Bailie of Kilmaurs. 



Alex. & Jas. Hamilton, J.P. Clerks-Depute, 
Court Day — 1st Tuesday of each Month, 



SHERIFF COURT. 

Sheriff of the County — N. C. Campbell, Esq., advocate. 

Sheriff- Substitute at Kilmarnock — Thos. Anderson, Esq., advocate. 

Sheriff-Clerk Depute — Thomas Fulton. | Procurator-Fiscal — F. C. Gross. 

Macer — William Miller. 

The Ordinary Court meets, during sessions, every Wednesday, and the Small Debt 
Court on Thursday, both at 11 a.m. 

PROCUEATOES. 

Dean— John Torrance. I Clerk— John Simpson. 

J. G. Hamilton. 



Alex. Hamilton. 
James Hamilton. 
John Sturrock. 
T. B. Andrews. 



John Torrance. 
Alex. Hamilton. 
James Hamilton. 



Jas. Henderson. 
John Steven. 
Ebenezer Smith. 
John Simpson. 



James Watson. 
Thomas Fulton. 
F. C Gross. 
James Stewart. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

John Sturrock. 
James Henderson. 
T. B. Andrews. 



J. M. Muir. 
James Robertson, 
Geo. M'Laren, jun. 



Ebenezer Smith. 
John Steven. 
F. C. Gross. 



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LOCAL INSTITUTIONS. 



ROAD TRUSTEES FOR KILMARNOCK DISTRICT. 



The Right Hon. the Earl of Glasgow. 
The Most Noble the Marquis of Hastings. 
The Right Hon. the Earl of Eglinton and 

Winton. 
Right Hon. Lord Oranmore and Brown. 
Hon. Edward P. Bouverie, M.P. 
Colonel Fairlie of Coodham. 
Colonel Hamilton of Cairnhill. 
Colonel Campbell ©f Treesbanks. 
Colonel Alexander of Ballochmyle. 
Colonel Hay Boyd of Townend, Symington 
Major Campbell of Netherplace. 
Major Hamilton, yr., of Cairnhill. 
Captain Tait of Milrig. 
Captain Campbell of Craigie, Ayr. 
Captain Ralston of Warwickhill. 
Captain Campbell, yr., of Treesbanks. 
W. H. Craufurd, Esq. of Craufurdland. 
Thomas M. Muir Macredie, yr., Esq. of 

Perceton. 
Allan P. Morris, Esq. of Craig. 
W. C. S. Cunlnghame, Esq.of Caprington. 
W. H. Dunlop, Esq. of Annanhill. 
Patrick Boyle, Esq. of Shewalton. 



W. P. Adam, Esq. of Tonr. 

Thomas Brown, Esq. of Lanfine. 

A. H. Oswald, Esq. of Auchencruive, Ayr. 

Wm. J. S. Neill, Esq. of Barnweil and 
Swinridgemuir. 

J. R. H. Craufurd, yr., Esq. of Craufurd- 
land. 

Archd. Finnic, Esq, of Springhill, 

William Finnie, Esq. of Newfield. 

William Fairlie, Esq. of Holmes. 

Robert Taylor, Esq. of Darwhilling. 

David Boyle, Esq., yr., of Shewalton. 

Patrick Warner, Esq. of Ardeer. 

Archd. Kenneth, Esq., Kilwinning. 

Williatn Wallace, Esq. of Busbie. 

Charles Forgan, Esq. of Towerhill. 

Thomas Paterson, Esq. of Langmuir. 

Thomas Davidson, Esq. of Drumley. 

Wm. Johnstone, Esq., G. & S.-W." Rail- 
way, Glasgow, 

Provosts of Kilmarnock and Irvine. 

Eldest Bailies of Kilmarnock, Newmilns, 
and Kilmaurs. 



COMMITTEE ON ACCOUNTS. 



Colonel Fairlie of Coodham, 

Colonel Hamilton of Cairnhill. 

Colonel Campbell of Treesbanks. 

Major Campbell of Netherplace. 

W. H. Craufurd, Esq. of Craufurdland. 

W. H. Dunlop, Esq. of Annanhill. 

W. C. S. Cuninghame, Esq. of Caprington. 



Archd . Finnie, Esq. of Springhill. 
Patrick Boyle, Esq. of Shewalton. 
Allan P, Morris, Esq. of Craig. 
W. P. Adam, Esq. of Tour. 
Provost of Irvine. 
Provost of Kilmarnock. 
Eldest Bailie of Kilmarnock. 



Treasurer — James Wilson, National Bank. | Clerks — A. & J. Hamilton, writers. 

Surveyor — Charles Reid. 

PARISH ROADS. 

Fred. J. Turner, Esq., Dean, Parish Road Trustee. 

John Whyte, Dykescroft, Surveyor and Collector for Kilmarnock and Fenwick. 

Thomas Waugh, Collector for Riccarton Parish. 

David Ferguson, Collector for Kilmaurs Parish. 

Charles Reid, Surveyor for Riccarton and Kilmaurs. 



TRUSTEES FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF KILMARNOCK. 



The Provost. 

The Eldest Bailie. 

The Town Treasurer. 

F. J. Turner, Esq., Braehead. 

Archd. Finnie, Esq., Springhill. 

Wm. Fairlie, Esq. of Holmes. 

Committee— The Provost, and Messrs Crooks, Donald, Sturrock, and Finnie 



Peter Sturrock, Esq., London Road. 
John Crooks, Esq., Flowerbank. 
Jas. Donald, Esq., Abbey Villa. 
John Finnie, Esq. of Bowden Lodge, 
Manchester. 



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OFFICE OF INLAND REVENUE. 



John Sturrock, Duke Street, Sub-Distri- 
butor of Stamps, and Sub-Collector of 
Land and Assessed Taxes. 



John Rayner, Park Lane, Excise Officer 
John Robertson, Grreenock, Collector. 
Robert Young, Paisley, Supervisor. 



PROPERTY AND INCOME TAX. 

SPECIAL COMMISSIONERS FOR THE DISTRICT OF CUNNINGHAME. 



Captain Blair of Blair, R.N. 

W. H. Craufurd of Craufurdland. 

Gavin FuUartou of Kerelaw. 



Robert Hunter of Hunterston. 
Hugh Brown of Broadstone. 
Major M'Alester, yr. of Kennox. 



Assessor — James Wilson, Kilmarnock. 
Clerk— Patrick Blair, Irvine. 1 Collector — George Oswald, Ayr. 

ASSESSED TAXES, DISTRICT OF CUNNINGHAME. 

Inspector — D. R. Vass, Ayr. | Surveyor — George Tosh. 

Clerk — James Henderson, 

VALUATION OF LANDS AND HERITAGES. 

Assessor for Kilmarnock and District of Cunninghame — James Wilson. 
Clerk — Charles G. Shaw, Ayr. 

REGISTRATION OF VOTERS. 

Special Assessor for County of Ayr — Jas. Wilson, Kilmarnock. 



PAROCHIAL BOARD. 



Chairman — James Brown, Esq. 
Treasurer and Collector — James Wilson. 
Secretary— John Torrance. 



Inspector — John Paterson. 
Sub-Inspector — Thomas Russell, 
Medical Officer— John Borland, M,D. 



REGISTRAR'S OFFICE, 

Corn Exchange Buildings, Green street. 
Registrar — James Smith Gregory, Esq. | Examiner of Registers — A. C. C. List, Esq, 



SESSION CLERK'S OFFICE, 

Titchfleld street. 

Session Clerk — Alex. Smith, Esq. 



SANITARY OFFICERS. 
Medical OflBcerof Health— J. Borland, M,D. i Inspector of Nuisances — Jas. Johnstone. 



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LOCAL INSTITUTIONS. 



READING ROOM. 

President— Provost Dickie. | Secretary— John Steven. 



ATHEN^UM. 



COUNCIL OF DIRECTORS 

John Dickie, President 

Archibald Finnic, j vice-Presidents 
John Borland, 
John Crooks. 
John Watt. 



Charles Raid. 
Robert Yatea. 
Dalryraple Gemraell. 
R. C. Robertson. 
Robert Cumraing. 



COMMITTEE OP MANAGEMENT 

William Barclay, Vice-President. 
John M'Kay. 
Donald Ferguson. 
A. P. Brown. 
John Thomson. 

Treasurer — Hugh Shaw. 



James Watson. 
Hugh Shaw. } 

John Howie, junr. 
Thomas Stevenson. 
David Carruthers. 

Secretary — David Carruthers. 



KILMARNOCK LIBRARY. 

CURATORS. 



John Crooks, President. 
Archd. Finnic. 
James Hamilton. 
John Borland. 
Donald Ferguson. 



James S. Gregory. 
Alexander P. Dickie. 
Hugh Shaw, Treasurer. 
Robert Cumming, Secretary. 
Hugh Gibson, Librarian. 



PHILOSOPHICAL mSTITUTION- 

James Blackwood, President. Charles M'Glashan, Treasurer. 

John Borland, Vice-President. Robert Cumming, Secretary. 

DIRECTORS. 



Dr. Paxton. 
Dr. Aitken. 
Alex. Smith. 
Wm. Railton 



John Dickie, 
Archd. Finnic. 



R. C. Robertson. 
John Sturrock. 
James Stirling. 
John Crooks. 



GAS COMPANY. 

Chairman — Alexander Hamilton. 

DIRECTORS. 

James Donald. j William Rankin. 
Peter Sturrock, John Bicket. 



Archd. Finnie. 
Thomas Lee. 
N. B. Challoner. 
Alex. P. Dickie. 



Andrew Stewart. 
John Arbuckle. 



Manager — William Or. Walker. 
Secretary — James Smith Gregory. 



Treasurer — William Cameron. 
Auditors — Jas. Anderson, Jas. Hamilton. 



WATER COMPANY. 

Chairman — Peter Ritchie. I Vice-Chairman- 



-A. J. Bruce. 



DIRECTORS. 

Provost Dickie. I A. J. Bruce. I Patrick Dunlop. j 

Bailie Bicket. | Dr. Paxton. | James S. Gregory, j 

Engineer and Manager — Robert Blackwood, C.E, 
Auditors — Thos. Hillhouse, John Aitken. 



James Murchie. 
James Donald. 



LOCAL INSTITUTIONS. 



127 



EXCHANGE COMPANY. 



President — Andrew Aitken. 



Secretary and Treasurer— John Steven. 



CORN EXCHANGE COMPANY. 

Chairman — Archd. Finnic, Esq. 
Secretary and Treasurer — James Wilson, National Bank. 



FARMERS' CLUB. 

President — R. Guthrie, Crossburn. 

Vice-Presidents— J. Allan, Capringstone, and James Clelland, Knockenlaw. 

Secretary and Treasurer — James Wilson, National Bank. 

VOLUNTEER FORCE. 

5th AYRSHIRE ARTILLERY VOLUNTEER CORPS. 



Captain — David Rankin. 
Lieutenants — George Morison and John 
Howie, senr. 



Chaplain — Rev. Alex, Webster. 
Surgeon — Alex. Marshall, M.D. 
Drill Instructor — Sergeant Hammond. 

1st AYRSHIRE RIFLE VOLUNTEER CORPS. 



Captain — John Dickie, junr. 
Lieutenant — T. B. Andrews. 
Ensign — Alexander Dickie. 



Chaplain — Rev. Alex. Hamilton. 
Drill Instructor — Charles M'Allister. 



9th AYRSHIRE RIFLE VOLUNTEER CORPS. 



Captain — J. G. Stevenson. 
Ensign — John Gowans. 
Chaplain — Rev. John Symington. 



Surgeon— John Borland, M.D. 
Drill Instructor — Charles M 'Allister. 



BOWLING CLUBS. 

KILMARNOCK BOWLING CLUB. 

President— James Brown. | Vice-President— Robert Leiper. 

Secretary and Treasurer — David Craig. 

Members of Committee — Messrs Creelman, Hannah, M'Lean, Armstrong, Turner, 

and Cunningham. 

Bowling Green— Off London road. 

Keeper— John Calderwood. 

PORTLAND BOWLING CLUB. 

President— James Anderson. I Vice-President— David Rankin. 

Secretary and Treasurer — James Wilson, National Bank. 

Members of Committee— Messrs Home, Douglas, Watt, Bicket, and Waugh. 

Bowling Green — South Hamilton street. 

Keeper— Robert Armour. 



128 LOCAL INSTITUTIONS. 



CRICKET CLUBS. 

KILMARNOCK CRICKET CLUB. 

President — William Thomson, [ Captain — James Dickie. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Thos. Ferguson. 

KILMARNOCK STEWART CRICKET CLUB. 

President — David Main. | Treasurer — Wm. Ramsay. 

Secretary — James Anderson. 

KILMARNOCK SHAW CRICKET CLUB. 

President — William Brown. [ Treasurer — Robert Kelly. 

Secretary— John Wallace. 



CURLING CLUBS. 

KILMARNOCK CURLING CLUB. 

President— David Rankin. | Vice-President — James Wallace. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Ebeuezer Smith. 

JUNIOR CURLING CLUB, 

President —William Simpson, I Secretary— James Connell. 

Vice-President — James Laughland. | Treasurer — Thomas Smith. 

TOWNEND CURLING CLUB. 



President — Matthew Anderson. 
Vice-President— Hugh Roxburgh. 



Secretary — John Turner. 
Treasurer — Matthew Haggo. 



UNION CURLING CLUB. 

President— John Auld. I Secretary — Andrew Parker. 

Vice-President- Samuel Dunlop. | Treasurer — Matthew Mair. 

General Secretary to Kilmarnock Clubs — R. C. Robertson, 
General Secretary to New Farm Loch Committee — R. C. Robertson. 



HORTICULTURAL AND FLORICULTURAL SOCIETY- 



President— James Laughland, 
Vice-Presidents— Matthew Smith and 
Thomas Stewart. 



Treasurer — David Lawrie. 
Secretary— Matthew Todd, 79 King st. 



PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY. 



President — James Wilson, Portland road. 



Vice-President — Matthew Smith. Secretary— Hugh Shaw. 



Treasurer — John Easton. 



BILLIARD ROOMS. 

KILMARNOCK BILLIARD ROOM, 

West George Street. 

Secretary and Treasurer — D. C. Gairdner, Union Bank. 

Keeper — Andrew Rodgers. 

queen's billiard room, 

Queen Street, 

Secretary — James Taylor, Banker. | Treasurer— James Connell, Banker. 

Keeper — Malcolm Macdougall. 



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LOCAL INSTITUTIONS. 129 



BANKS. 

Bank of Scotland, 39 Portland street — Adam Cowie, agent. 
British Linen Company, 63 Portland street — Ebenezer Smith, agent, 
Clydesdale Banking Co., 61 Portland street — Connell & Taylor, agents. 
Commercial Bank of Scotland, 50 King street — Alexander J. Bruce, agent. 
National Bank of Scotland, 26 King street — James Wilson, agent ; James 

Stewart, assistant agent. 
Royal Bank of Scotland, 32 Portland street — Camming & Main, agents. 
Union Bank of Scotland, Bank street — R. & D. C. Gairdner, agents. 



SAVINGS BANK. 

Open on Mondays and Fridays from 9 to 10 a.m., in Union Bank. 

Prases — John Dickie. | Treasurer — David Laurie. | Secretary — John Easton. 



POST-OFFICE SAVINGS BANK. 

Open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. every lawful day, and on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. 



KILMARNOCK BUILDING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY, 

Enrolled under Act of Parliament. 

Trustees — Provost Dickie, John Crooks, Peter Sturrock, M. Craig, Alex. Adamson. 

Managers — J. Brown & Son, 6 King street. 



KILMARNOCK TRACT SOCIETY. 



President — Provost Dickie. 
Vice-Presidents — Rev. J. Symington and 
A. M'Cracken. 



Treasurer — Mr. George Bain. 
Secretary — Rev. Thomas Ramage. 



LADIES' ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF FEMALE 
EDUCATION IN INDIA- 



President— Mrs. Tait of Mllrig. 
Vice-President — Mrs. J. A. Thomson, 
Wardend. 



Treasurer — Mrs. Thomas Stewart, Port- 
land Terrace. 
Acting Secretary — Mrs. Hamilton, Manse 

Honorary Secretary — Rev. Mr. Webster, Low Church. 



KILMARNOCK SABBATH SCHOOL UNION- 

OFFICE-BEARERS FOR 1868-9. 



President — Mr. John Gray, King Street 

U.P. Church. 
Vice-President — Mr. Thomas Lyon, Free 

St. Andrew's Church. 



Secretary — Mr. David Thomson, Mill 

Lane R.P. Church. 
Treasurer— Mr, Robert Foster, Free St. 

Andrew's Church. 



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LOCAL INSTITUTIONS. 



KILMARNOCK RAGGED & INDUSTRIAL CERTIFIED SCHOOL. 
OFFICE-BEARERS. 

PATRONS. 



The Right Hon. Lord Oraomore & Browne. 
W. H. Craufurd of Craufurdland. 
Colonel Fairlie of Coodham= 



W. C. S. Cuninghame of Caprington. 

A. D. Tait of Milrig. 

Major Hamilton Campbell of Netherplace. 



PATRONESSES. 



The Right Hon. Lady Oranmore & Browne. 

Mrs. Tait of Milrig 

Mrs. Pollok Morris of Craig. 

Mrs. Colonel Fairlie of Coodhara. 



Mrs. Smith Cuninghame of Caprington. 
Mrs. Guthrie of Mount. 
Mrs. Major Hamilton Campbell of Nether- 
place. 

Chairman — The Rev. James Aitken. 



DIRECTORS. 



The Rev. James Aitken. 

James Aitken, M.D. 

Matthew Arbuckle, Merchant. 

John Borland, M.D. 

John Cameron, Jeweller. 

J . Y. Deans, Kirkstyle. 

James Donald, Abbey Cottage. 

Thomas Fulton, Sheriff Clerk. 

D. C. Gairdner, Banker. 

F. C. Gross, Procurator Fiscal. 

Henry Gairdner, Railway Works 

The Rev. J. B. Hamilton. 

John Home. Gillsburn House. 

The Rev. Wm. Jeffrey, Riccarton. 

Thomas Kennedy, Portland Terrace. 

A. C. C. List, Inspector of Registrars. 

Bailie Mitchell. 

The Rev. Thomas Martin. 



Donald M'Leod, M.D. 

John A. Mather, Merchant. 

John Muir of Bonnyhill 

The Rev. P. W. Robertson. 

Capt. David Rankin, Barbadoes Bank. 

Robert Railton, Deanside. 

Bailie Simpson. 

John Stewart, Shawhill House. 

Thomas Stewart, Ironmonger. 

F. J. Turner, The Dean. 

The Rev. John Thomson. 

The Rev. Alex. Webster. 

Wm. Weir, of the Portland Iron Coy. 

Crookedholm House. 
John Watt, Maryfield. 
Hugh Woodburn, Annandale. 
James Wilson, Banker. 



SUB-COMMITTEE FOR GENERAL PURPOSES. 



Rev. Mr Aitken, Convener. 
John Home, Gillsburn, 



John Borland, M.D. 
Bailie Mitchell. 
Donald M'Leod, M.D. 



The Rev. P. W. Robertson. 
F. J, Turner, The Dean. 



The Rev. Alex. Webster. 
James Wilson, Banker. 



COMMITTEE ON ADMISSIONS, &C. 

F. J. Turner, The Dean. 

James Wilson, Banker, Convener. 



COMMITTEE OF SETTLEMENT OF BOYS ON LEAVING THE INSTITUTION. 



A. C. C. List. 
Bailie Mitchell. 



P. J. Turner. 

James Wilson, Convener. 



Physician — John Borland, M.D. 
Auditors— Bailie Bicket, A. C. C. List, Bailie Mitchell. 
Treasurer— James Wilson, National Bank. | Secretary— Robert W. Taylor, Teacher. 
Superintendent— Charles Forrest. | Matron— Mrs. Forrest. 



LOCAL INSTITUTIONS. 



131 



AYRSHIRE TEMPERANCE UNION- 

President — James Miller, Bellsland, Riccarton. 
Treasurer— William Findlay. I Secretary— Andrew Jack, 12 Fore street, 

BOARD OF MANAGEMENT. 



Wra. Findlay. 
Alex. Lamont. 
N. B. Cameron. 



Wm. M'Nab. 
Andrew Aitken. 
John Lawson. 



James Little. 
Hamilton Gibb. 
A. M. Boyd. 



James Lennox. 
Andrew Jack, 



KILMARNOCK ABSTAINERS' UNION. 

Honorary Presidents— Rev. Wm. Bathgate, A. D. Stewart, John Guthrie, 
Wm. Findlay, Andrew Aitken. 

President— James Little. | Treasurer— James Lennox. 

Secretary — Alex. P. Brown, 6 King street. 

Hall and Committee Rooms— Clark street. 



KILMARNOCK TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. 

Honorary Presidents—Rev. Robt. Hislop & John Aitken. 

President — John Paterson. | Treasurer— Thomas EarL 

Secretary — Robert Agnew, 24 Bank street. 



MASONIC LODGES. 

LODGE ST. JOHN'S, KILMARNOCK KILWINNING, No. 22. 

Date of Erection, 1735. Lodge Room, Black Bull. 

Meets on Thursdays at 8 p.m., monthly from June to September, and fortnightly 

from October to May. 

OFFICE-BEAEERS, 1868. 



John Mackay, R.W.M. 

John Steven, ]. p jyj 

James Brown, j 

Thomas Brown, D.M. 

Hugh Reid, S.M. 

John Richmond, P.M. 

Andrew Christie, S.W. 

John Leckie, J.W. 

Rev. Alex. Inglis, Kilmaurs, Chaplain, 



George Rome, senr., Assistant Chaplain. 
Archd. M'Kay, Poet Laureate. 
Robert Smith, S.D. 
George Rome, junr., J.D. 
Robert Douglas, S.S. 
James Nelson, B.B. 
James Fleming, J.G. 
Thomas Montgomery, Tyler. 



132 LOCAL INSTITUTIONS. 



James Buchanan, R.W.M. 
Robert Muir, D.M. 
William M'Cutcheon, S.M. 
William L. Mair,) pj^ 
John Armour, j" 
Matthew M'Farlane, S.W. 
Andrew Turnbull, J.W. 
David Phillips, Treasurer. 
John Watson, Secretary. 



LODGE ST. ANDREW'S, No. 126. 

Date of Charter, 1771. Lodge Room, George Hotel. 

Meets last Thursday of every Month. 

OFFICE-BEARERS, 1868. 

Rev. John Thomson, Chaplain. 
James M'AUister, A.C. 
James Gilchrist, S.D. 
William Paterson, J.D. 
Matthew Anderson, S.S. 
George Cowan, J.S. 
W. R. M'Crae, J.G. 
Samuel Edgar, Tyler. 



LODGE ST. MARNOCK'S, KILMARNOCK, No. 109, 

Date of Charter, 17th November, 1767. 

Lodge Room, Angel Inn. 

Meets 2nd Thursday of each Month. 

OFFICE-BEARERS, 1868. 



Hugh Shaw, R.W.M. 
James Henderson, D M. 
Thomas Taylor, S.M. 
John Stewart, P.M. 
Rev. Alex. Webster, Chaplain. 
James Rome, S.W. 
James Paisley, J.W. 
Daniel Eraser, Secretary. 



Alex. M'Alpine, Treasurer. 
John Loudoun, S.D. 
John Campbell, J.D. 
Archd. Richmond, S.S. 
William Creelman, J.S. 
J. Orr, J.G. 
George Finlay, Tyler. 



KILMARNOCK BURNS'S CIUB- 

Instituted 25th January, 1855. 
President-John Mackay. 1 \^ice-President— Hugh Shaw. 

Secretary and Treasurer— John Easton. 
With a Membership of about 50 Gentlemen. 



KILMARNOCK LITERARY SOCIETY. 

President— James Stewart, National Bank. ] Vice-President— James Rose. 

Secretary — John Guthrie. 
Meets in Corn Exchange Sale-Room. 



GLASGOW AND SOUTH-WESTERN RAILWAY. 

Locomotive Superintendent— James Stirling. | Station-Master— John Cowan. 
Book-keeper— Henry Gairdner. 



LOCAL INSTITUTIONS. 133 



FIRE BRIGADE. 



Robert Lucas, 69 Portland street. 
James Thomson, 8 Green street. 
James Ynille, 23 Portland street. 



David Yuille, 5 Fowlds street. 
John McGregor, 3 Croft street. 
Hugh Mooney, 19 Sandbed street. 



NEWSPAPER. 

"Kilmarnock Standard," published on Saturdays, by Mr. Thomas Stevenson, 

4 Portland street. 



PLACES OF WORSHIP. 

established church. 

Ministers. 

Low Church— 1st charge, Rev. James B. Hamilton. 

" 2d charge, Rev. Alex. Webster. 

High Church, Rev. James Aitken. 

St. Andrew's Church ,..Rev. Thomas Martin. 

St. Marnock's Church, Rev. John Thomson. 

FREE CHURCH. 

Free High Church Rev. P. W. Robertson. 

Free St. Andrew's Church, Rev. William Young. 

Free Henderson Church, Rev. David Landsborough. 

UNITED PRESBYTERIAN. 

King Street Church, Rev. John Symington. 

Portland Road Church, Rev. Alex. Hamilton. 

Prince's Street Church, Rev. D. T, Jamieson. 

Holm Mission Church, Rev. James Banks. 

REFORMED PRESBYTERIAN. 

Mill Lane Church, Rev. Thomas Ramage. 

EVANGELICAL UNION. 

Winton Place Church, Rev. William Bathgate. 

Clerk's Lane Church, ....< Rev. Robert Hislop. 

ORIGINAL SECEDERS. 

Fowlds street, 

BAPTIST. 

Temperance Hall, Clark Street, Rev. E. J. Stobo. 

WESLEYAN. 

Corn Exchange Sale Rooms, Rev. Joseph Syme. 

PLYMOUTH BRETHREN. 

Nelson Street School, 

EPISCOPALIAN. 

Trinity Church, Portland Road, , Rev. A. G. Creighton, Incumbent. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC. 

St. Joseph's, Hill Street, Rev. George J. Smith, CC. 



134 LOCAL INSTITUTIONS. 



FRIENDLY SOCIETIES- 

ST. marnock's lodge of oddfellows. 



John Easton, Treasurer. 
George Findlay, Officer. 



Dr. McAllister, N.G. 

JohnReid, V.G. 

John Wallace, Secretary. 

Lodge Surgeon — Br. M'Allister 



HUMANE. 

Instituted 1817. 114 Members, 

John Aird, Preses. | Robert Johnstone, Clerk. 

James Smith, Treasurer, | Kobort Brown, Officer. 

NETHERTONHOLM NEW FRIENDLY. 

Instituted March 17, 1820. 172 Members. 



Thomas Morton, Preses. 
James Dunn, Treasurer. 



Robert Stewart, Clerk. 
Robert Brown, Officer. 

BENEFICENT. 

Instituted 1801. 60 Members. 



William Peden, Preses. 
John Thomson, Treasurer. 



Alexander Torrance, Clerk. 
Robert Brown, Officer. 



PROVIDENT. 

Instituted 1834. 32 Members. 



William Peden, junr., Preses. 
James Lennox, Treasurer. 



Mungo Gilchrist, Clerk. 
Robert Brown, Officer. 



INDEPENDENT FUNERAL SOCIETY. 

Robert Yaille, Preses. I Thomas M'Gregor, Secretary. 

Andrew Thomson, Treasurer. 1 Thomas M'Kerrol, Officer. 

FUNERAL EXPENSE. 

Instituted 28th June, 1823. 61 Members. 
Robt. Tannock, Preses and Treasurer. I Robert Brown, Officer. 
William Dreghorn, Clerk. I 

PHILADELPHIAN. 

Instituted February, 1812. 380 Members. 
Andrew Inglis, Preses. I Allan Howie, Clerk. 

James Auld, Treasurer. I Robert Brown, Officer. 

BENIGN. 

Instituted February, 1817. 83 Members 



Robert Stewart, Preses. 
James Rankin, Treasurer. 



John Dreghorn, Clerk. 
Robert Brown, Officer. 



SMALL GOOD INTENT. 



Thomas Montgomery, Preses. I Samuel Brydeo, Secretary. 

James Dreghorn, Treasurer. 1 Thomas M'Kerrol, Officer. 



LOCAL INSTITUTIONS. 135 



UNANIMOUS. 



John Paterson, President. 
Thomas Young, Treasurer. 



Samuel Bryden, Secretary. 
Thomas M'Kerrol, Officer. 



HOLM UNION. 

Instituted 19th February, 1824. 153 Members. 

John Inglis, Preses. I James. R. Wallace, Clerk. 

Robert Stewart, Treasurer. j Robert Brown, Officer, 

OLD men's BENEVOLENT. 

For the Relief of Indigent Old Men. 

Provost Dickie, Chairman. I Francis Dickie, Treasurer. 

Thos. Cuthbertson, sen., Vice-Chairman. | John Thomson, Secretary. 

George Gibson, 24 Bank street, Officer. 

AYRSHIRE FRIENDLY SICK SOCIETY. 

Established 1856. 
J. Brown & Son, 6 King street, Managers. 

FUNERAL SOCIETY. 

Instituted June, 1845. 434 Members. 

Thomas Morton, Preses. I Robert Stewart, Clerk. 

James Dreghorn, Treasurer. [ Robert Brown, Officer. 



FEMALE SOCIABLE. 



Mrs. Thomas Gilchrist, Preses. 
Mrs. M'Bride, Treasurer. 



Robert Wallace, Secretary. 
Thomas M'Kerrol, Officer. 



FEMALE, BANK STREET. 

Established 3rd April, 1835. 147 Members. 

Mrs. Andrew Bowman, Preses. I James Hannah, Clerk. 

Mary Aitken, Treasurer. | Robert Brown, Officer. 



MAKKET DAYS, &c. 

MARKET DAYS, Every Tuesday and Friday. 

MAY FAIR, 2nd Tuesday of May. 

SUMMER FAIR, Last Thursday of July. 

WINTER FAIR, Last Thursday of October. 

FAST DAYS, Wednesdays before 3rd Sunday of June, and 1st Sunday of Dec, 



136 TABLE OF DUES AND CUSTOMS. «, 

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TABLE OF DUES AND CUSTOMS 

EXIGIBLE BY THE | 

MAGISTRATES AND COUNCIL OF THE BURGH OF KILMARNOCK, 

Upon the following Articles, when brought for Sale within said Burgh, and also of the 
Weigh-House and Cellarage or Storage Dues, namely: — 

I. — Meal and Malt Dues. 

On each Boll of Town Malt, Id Stg. 

On each Boll of Country Malt, 2d „ 

On each Sack of Meal or other Grain of Two Bolls of 280 lbs., 4d „ 

On each Bag of Barley, 3d „ 

On each Boll of Pease or Beans, 2d „ 

N.B. — The Custom is 4d. Sterling on each Load (of Two Bolls) of Meal, or other 
Grain; 3d on each Bag of Barley; and 2d on each Boll of Pease or Beans; and 
the same is Leviable whether said Articles are Sold for the use or consumption 
of the Inhabitants of the Burgh, or for the purpose of being Re-sold therein, 
either by Wholesale or Retail, and whether the same are Sold to Parties who use 
or Re-sell the same within the Burgh, or to Parties who, after purchasing the 
same, remove the Articles furth of the Burgh; and said Custom is equally 
Leviable upon the said Articles, if brought within the Burgh for Sale, whether 
immediately Sold or laid up in Warehouses or Storehouses for after disposal; and 
the Council have power to authorise said Custom to be Levied at the time of the 
said Articles being brought within the Burgh, and to Collect the same at such 
Ports and Places as they may fix and appoint. 

II. — Slaughter-House Dues. 

On each Head of Slaughtered Black Cattle, 

On each Slaughtered Calf, Sheep, or Goat, 

On each Slaughtered Lamb or Kid, 

On each Slaughtered Swine, above 3 months old, 

On each Slaughtered Pig, under do., 

III. — BuTTEK, Eggs, Potatoes, &c., Dues. 

On each Basket of Butter, or Eggs, or Fowls, ... 

On each Boll of Potatoes, 

On each Stone of Cheese and Salt Butter, of 24 lbs., 

On all Fish, except Herrings, brought to the Market-place or Shops, if 

the quantity amounts to 112 lbs, and upwards, 

If less than 112 lbs, 

On each Cart of Vegetables, 

On each Cart of Fruit, 

On each Two-Wheeled Barrow of Fruit or Vegetables, 

On each Stand of Fruit or Vegetables, 

On each Boll of Salt, 

On each Barrel of Herrings or Beef, 

On each Web of Plaiding, 

On each Hogshead of Lintseed by Freemen or Burgesses,.,. 

On each Hogshead of Lintseed by Non-Freemen, ... ... 

On every Flesher's Stand, by Strangers and Non-Freemen, 



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On every Shoeraaker's Stand, 

On every Stand of Earthenwai-e, , 

On every do., if very large, 

On every Pewter Stand, 

On every Stand of Wooden Vessels, 

On every Sweetmeat Stand, 

On every single Nolt Hide, if green and dry, ', 

On every Cart of Geese, 

On every Drove of Geese, ... ... 

On every Caravan for Exhibition, per day, 

On every Auctioneer, when exposing Goods by Auction, ... 

On every Pack of Wool, in time of Fairs, ... 

On every Pack of Linen Cloth, do., 

On every Burden of do., do., 

On each Cut of Linen Cloth, do., 

On every Web of Green Linen Cloth under ,'{0 ells, in time of Pairs, 

On every single Cut of Linen Cloth, do., 

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On every Web of Ham, Sacking, or Twilt, do., 

On every Cut of Green Harn, do., 

On every Pack of Wauked Cloth, do., 

On every Burden of do., do,. 

On every Web, Uncut, do.. 

On every Web, Cut, do., 

On every Web of Stuff and Plaiding, of 20 EUs and under, 

On every Woollen Covering, in Fairs, 

On every Hair Covering, do., ... 

On every Burden of Bonnets, do., 

On every Dozen of Bonnets, do., 

On every Pair of Plaids, do., 

On every Pack of Sheep Skins, at any time, 

On every Half Pack of Do., at any time, 

On every Burden thereof, 

On every Load of Merchant Ware, in time of Fairs, 

On every Firkin of Soap, in time of Fairs, 

Note.— When Caravans, Stands, and Vehicles of any description, containing Articles 
or Animals for Exhibtion or Sale, or otherways, are exposed within the Cattle 
Market, which it shall be competent for parties to do, the Tacksman thereof 
will be entitled to Levy the Dues exigible thereon. 

IV. — Cattle Market Dues. 

On every living Cow, Bull, or Ox, Scj gtg. 

On every Horse, Mare, or Gelding, ... ... 3(1 

On every living Sow or Pig, i(j 

On every living Sheep or Lamb, Id 

Note. — The Tacksman of these Dues will also have right to the Dues referred to in 
the foregoing Note, under Article IIL 

V — Weigh-House Dues, and also Cellarage or Storage Dues, to be uplifted on the 
following Articles placed within the Market in Green Street. 

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On all Goods weighed with Avoirdupois weight, for ea.ch 112 lbs., ... ^d Stg, 
On all Goods, such as Cheese, Butter, Beef, Tallow, Wool, Paper, Rags, 
Horn Shavings, Feather Beds, &c,, weighed with Tron weight, for 
each Stone, „ ^d „ 

On Goods weighing less than 112 pounds, or less than a Tron Stone, the same as 
above specified. 

Cellarage or Storage Dues, namely:— 

On each Puncheon, per week, 

On each Butt, per week, 

On each Sugar Hogshead, per week, ... 

On each Tobacco Hogshead, per week, 

On each Wine Hogshead, per week, 

On each Porter Hogshead, per week, 

On each Rum Hogshead, per week, ... 

On each Oil Hogshead or Pipe, per week, 

On each Bale of Wool, Leather, &c., per week, 

On each large Crate, or Chest, per week, 

On each Still, per week, 

On each Copper Pot, per week, 

On each Bag of Cotton, per week, 

On each Bag of Hops, per week, 

On each Packet of Hops, per week, 

On each Packet of Cotton, per week, 

On each small Chest, or Box, per week, 

On each small Crate, per week, 

On each Bag of Rags, per week, 

On all goods lying in the Weigh-House One Night, the same Dues as for a Week. 

On each Gig, Chaise, or Coach, per night, 

On each Cart of Furniture, per night, 

On each Cart of Furniture, per week, ... 

On each Cart of Furniture, per month, 

On each Cart Loaded, per night, 

On each Unloaded Cart, per night, 

On each 100 Bars Iron, per week, 

On each 100 Bars Iron, per month, 

And on Iron Bars the same Dues for one Night as for a Week. 
On Goods not mentioned in this Table, Dues in proportion as above. 

NOTE. — ALL FORMER TABLES OF CUSTOMS WITHDRAWN. 

ALEX. HAMILTON, U^^^ p,^p^, 
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Kilmarnock, 25th October, 1867. 



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GENTLEMEN'S RESIDENCES IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD 

OF KILMARI^OGK- 

Afton Lodge (W. A. Cunningham, Esq.) — distant 9J miles, near Tarbolton. 

Annanhill (W. H. Dunlop, Esq.)— distant 1 mile on the Irvine road. 

Annick Lodge (Mrs. Montgomerie) — near to Stewarton Station. 

Assloss House (Misses Parker) — distant 2 miles on the Glasgow road. 

Auchans House (Hon. G. R. Vernon) — distant 5 J miles, near Dundonald. 

Barnweill House (Alex. Lindsay, Esq.) — distant 6 miles, near Craigie. 

Bellfield (Miss Buchanan) — distant li miles, near Riccarton. 

Borland (A. Ferguson, Esq.)— distant 2| miles on the Glasgow road. 

Cairnhill (Colonel Hamilton) — distant 5 miles on the Mauchline road. 

Caprington Castle (W. C. S. Cuninghame, Esq.) — distant 2 miles on the Ayr road. 

Chapeltoun (James Macalester, Esq.) —distant 6 miles, near Stewarton. 

Coodham (J. 0. Fairlie, Esq ) — distant 4J miles on the Ayr road. 

Corraith (J. D. Campbell, Esq.) — Mrs. Gairdner, resident — distant 6 miles, near 
Symington. 

Craig (Mrs. Morris) — distant 3| miles, near Crosshouse. 

Craufurdland Castle (W. H. Craufurd, Esq.) — distant 3 miles on the Glasgow road. 

Cunninghamhead (Richard Kerr, Esq.)— distant ^ miles, near Stewarton Station. 

Dankeith House (Mrs. Anstruther)— distant 5 miles, near Symington. 

Dollars House (Marquis of Bute)— James Morris, Esq., resident— distant 4 miles on 
the Mauchline road, 

Dunlop House (T. D. Dunlop Douglas, Esq.)— distant 8 miles, near Dunlop. 

Enterkine (John Bell, Esq )— distant 10^ miles, near Tarbolton. 

Fairlie House (Thos. Anderson, Esq.)— distant 3 miles on the Dundonald road, 

Flatfield (Miss Logan) — distant 5^ miles, near Symington. 

Gadgirth (F, C. Burnett, Esq.)— distant 11 J miles, near Tarbolton. 

Hillhouse, Dundonald (James Beckett, Esq.)— distant 7 miles, near Loans. 

Hillhouse Lodge (James H. Picken, Esq.) — distant 4| miles, near Fenwick. 

Holmes House (Wm. Fairlie, Esq.)— distant 4 miles on the Galston road. 

Kennox (C. S. Macalester, Esq.) — distant 6 miles, near Stewarton. 

Kirkstyle (James Y. Deans, Esq.)— distant 1 mile, near Riccarton. 

Lainshaw (J. W. H. Cunninghame, Esq.)— distant 5J miles, near Stewarton. 

Lanfine (Thos. Brown, Esq.) — distant 8 miles, near Newmilns. 

Lochridge (Mrs. Pro van)— distant 5 miles on Stewarton road. 

Loudoun Castle (Marquis of Bute)— distant 6 miles, near Galston. 



140 gentlemen's residences. 

Loudoun Cottage (R. Mackie, Esq.) — distant 6 miles, near Galston. 

Milrig (Capt. A. D. Tait)— distant 6 miles, near Galston. 

Montgomerie (W. Paterson, Esq.) — distant 9 miles, near Tarbolton. 

Moorfield (Mrs. Taylor) — distant 2 miles on the Dundonald road. 

Mount (Mrs. Guthrie) — distant 1} miles on the Dundonald road. 

Newfield (Wm. Finnic, Esq.) — distant 4 miles on the Dundonald road. 

Perceton (T. M. Macreadie, Esq.)— distant 5 miles, near Dreghorn. 

Plan (John M'Knight, Esq.)— distant 2i miles, near Crosshouse. 

Rodinghead ( )— distant 6 miles on the Mauchline road. 

Rosemount (Mrs. Baird)— distant 7^ miles, near Monkton. 

Shawhill (John Stewart, Esq.)— distant 2 miles, near Hurlford. 

Smithstone (W. Cooper, Esq.)— distant II4 miles, near Tarbolton. 

Stair House (J. J, Inglis, Esq.)— distant 11 miles, near Stairbridge. 

The Dean (F. J. Turner, Esq.)— distant IJ miles on the Glasgow road. 

Thorntoun (Robert Gairdner, Esq.)— distant 4 miles on the Irvine road. 

Tour (Wm. P. Adam, Esq.) — distant 2 miles on the road to Kilmaurs, 

Towerhill (Captain Forgan) — distant 3 miles, near Kilmaurs. 

Townend (Major Hay Boyd)— distant 5 miles, near Symington. 

Treesbanks (G. J. Campbell, Esq.) — D. Smith, Esq., resident— distant 2 miles on the 

Ayr road. 
Underwood (John Kennedy, Esq.)— distant 5 miles, near Symington. 
Warwickhill (Mrs. Ralston)— distant 6 miles, near Dreghorn. 



COACHES. 

To Ayr and Burns's Monument, on Tuesdays at 9 a.m., and Saturdays at Ten a.m., 

from Sun Inn. 
To Ayr, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from Black Bull, at 8 30 a.m. 
To Ayr, on Fridays, from Sun Inn, at 3.30 p.m 
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Established 1825 — Incoiyorated hy Act of Parliaraent. 

HEAD OFFIoYTaBEEDEEN. 

Office IN Glasgow, ., ....Ill ST. VINCENT STREET. 

Edinburgh, 65 PRINCES STREET. 

Perth, 79 tlIGH STREET. 

London, 20 CANNON STREET, CITY. 

Dublin, 34 COLLEGE GREEN. 

Montreal, PLACE D'ARMES. 



GLASGOW BOAED. 

William Euing, Esq., Insurance Broker, Chairman. 
William Broom, Esq., Builder. ) William S. Dixon, Esq., of Govan. 

Consulting Physician — Charles Ritchie, Esq., M.D. Secretary— 3 oii^ Cabbell. 

LIFE DEPARTMENT. 

The Rates of Assurance of fixed sums are very moderate. 

Extra Premiums for Foreign Residence have been dispensed with to a great 
extent, and a very important rule has been adopted to protect the interests of parties 
holding Policies on the Lives of others, who may incur extra risks without the 
knowledge of the holders. 

For surrender of Policies of the ordinary class, after three years' endurance, a 
liberal return of Premiums according to a fixed rule is guaranteed, besides the value 
of vested Bonuses where such have been declared. 

According to the constitution of the Company, Investigations must be made at 
intervals not exceeding five years. The last Investigation took place at 31st 
January, 1867, when Bonuses were added to all Assurances of the Participation 
Class; and the following results of this and previous declarations may be stated. 

1. A Policy for £1000 on wMch 12 years' premiums had been paid -was increased in 1867, to £1166 17 10 

2. A Policy for £1000 on which 17 years' premiums had been paid was increased to £1239 10 7 

3. A Policy for £1000 on which 22 years' premiums had been paid was increased to £1312 14 1 

4. A Policy for £1000 on which 27 years' premiums had been paid was increased to £1388 11 2 

A further Bonus is also payable on Policies, to which vested additions have been 
made, becoming Claims before next Investigation— an arrangement which secures 
for such cases advantages similar to those of Annual Investigations. 



FIRE INSURANCES 
Are effected at the most moderate rates on every description of property. 

FA EMI N G S TO OK, ^ 

With average clause ,4s 6d per Cent, per Annum. 

Without „ „ 58 

Loans Granted, Annuities Sold or Purchased, and Reversions Bought on Liberal Terms . 
By Order of the Board, CHARLES F. GRIFFITH, Manager. 

ALEX. STABLES, Junk., Secketary. 
Aberdeen, 1868. 

*** Copies of Prospectus, with every information, and Forms of Proposal, may be 
obtained at any of the Offices or Agencies of the Company. 

AGENTS:— 

Kilmarnock, JAMES M'KIE, Bookseller. 

JOHN SIMPSON, Writer. 

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LONDON, 
ESTABLISHED IN 1782. 



%xmtm ani §xmtm. 

DECIMUS BURTON, Esq. 
TRAVERS BUXTON, Esq. 
The Honble. JAS. BYNG. 
JOHN GLUTTON, Esq. 
OCTAYIUS EDWARD COOPE, Esq. 
JOHN COOPE DAYIS, Esq. 
GEORGE ARTHUR FULLER, Esq. 
CHARLES EMANUEL GOODHART, Esq 



JAMES ALEXANDER GORDON, Esq. 
OSGOOD HANBURY, Jun., Esq. 
KIRKMAN D. HODGSON, Esq., M.P. 
Sir JOHN LUBBOCK, Bart. 
JOHN DORRIEN MAGENS, Esq. 
BENJAMIN SHAW, Esq. 
WM. JAMES THOMPSON, Esq. 
HENRY HEYMAN TOULMIN, Esq 



MATTHEW WHITING, Esq. 



GEORGE WILLIAM LOYELL, Secretary. 
JOHN J. BROOMFIELD, Assistant Secretary. 



Insurances against Loss by Fire are effected by the PHCENIX 
COMPANY upon every description of Property, in every part of the 
World, on the most favourable Terms. 

The promptitude and liberahty with which its engagements are always 
met by this Company are well known, and the importance of its relations 
with the Public may be estimated from the fact that since its estabhshment 
it has paid more than Nine Millions Sterling in discharge of Claims for 
Losses by Fire. 



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ESTABLISHED 1710. 



Mode i\^a t e Hates. 

Great Reduction in the Terms for Policies of Small Amounts. 

No charge for New Policies — Government duty Is 6d per cent, per 
annum. 

Promptitude and Liberality in Settlement of Claims. 

Forms for Proposals, Renewal Receipts, and all information respecting 
Fire Insurance, may be obtained on application to 

JOHN TOERANOE, Writer, 

Kilmarnock, Agent. 
Kilmarnock, July, 1868. 

LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY 

established 1838 — tncorpoeated by special act or parliament. 



SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL, ;^6oo,ooo. 
Governor-THE EIGHT HOK THE EAEL OF GLASGOW. 

No Entry-Money, Medical Fees, nor Policy Stamps charged. 

EATES M^EEATE. 

Head Office, 40 ST. VINCENT PLACE, GLASGOW. 

Office m Edinburgh, 21 ST. ANDREW'S SQUARE. 

Office IN London, 12 KINGWILLIAM STREET, CITY, E.G. 

Office IN Dublin, 60 UPPER SACKVILLE STREET. 



JOHNSTEVEIT, Solicitor; and 
GEORGE MOEISON, Grocer, 
Agents at Kilmarnock. 



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haberdashers, 

Scotch and English Wai^ehouse, 

K I L M A. 'RN O C jK . 

Always on hand a carefully selected Stock of 

SMALLWARES, of every description, Wholesale and Retail. 

FANCY HABEEDASHERY. 

SARSNET RIBBONS. 

GLOVES— Kid, Silk, Lisle Thread, Cashmere, and Cloth. 

HOSIERY— Cotton, Lambs' WooL and Worsted. 

FANCY HOSIERY— Anti-Macassars, Pelerines, Knitted Shawls, Hoods, 

Bootees, Gaiters, Spencers, Hair Nets of all kinds, Hair Rolls 

and Frizzettes, &c- 
SEWED AND LACE GOODS- 
PLAIN AND FANCY MUSLINS. 
TRACED MUSLIN AND MARCELLA GOODS- 
EDGINGS— Tatting, Crochet, Maltese, Cluny, &c. 
CASH'S COVENTRY FRILLING 
FANCY DRESS TRIMMINGS, in variety.— Silk, Mohair, and Cotton 

Braids; Silk, Mohair, and Cotton Cords; Silk, Patent, and Cotton 

Velvet Ribbons ; Dress Preservers, &c. 
DRESS AND MANTLE BUTTONS- 
SILK, MOHAIR, AND COTTON ELASTIC WEBS- 
BEADS, BONNET ORNAMENTS, BELTS, CLASPS, &c- 
HORN, IVORY, VULCANITE, AND TORTOISE SHELL COMBS- 
HAIR, CLOTHES, NAIL, and TEETH BRUSHES. 
YARNS AND WOOLS— Berlin Wools, Fleecy Wools, Shetland Wools, 

Merino Wools, Fingering Worsted, Alloa Wheeling, and Lambs' 

Wool- 
BERLIN NEEDLEWORK, Traced, Commenced, and Finished; Mats, 

Kettle Holders, Slippers, Cushions, Breakfast Trays, Watch 

Pockets, &c- 
CANVASSES— Penelope, Leviathan, Railway, and Sampler- 
CLOTHWORK FOR EMBROIDERY; Tea Infusers, Slippers, Cushions, 

Velvet Smoking Caps, &c- 
BEADED Pincushions, Watch Pockets, &c- 
LSATHER BAGS, PURSES, and variety of Foreign Fancy Goods- 
KNITTING, NETTING, CROCHET, and TATTING BOOKS- 
SCOTCH CLAN TARTAN FANCY WOODWORK, in every variety. 

CASH ONLY. NO SECOND PRICE- 



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LONDON 

Established 1803. 



SUBSCEIBED & INVESTED CAPITAL, £1,600,000. 

THE DISTIlSraUISHING CHAKACTEEISTICS OF THIS COMPANY AEE— 

Moderate Bates, Undoubted Security, and Prompt and Liberal 

Settlement of Claims. 



HEAD office: 

1 OLD BKOA.X) STKEET, LONDOl^. 



JOHN STEVEN, Solicitor, 

Agent at Kilmarnock. 



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105 KING STEEET, KILMARNOCK; AND 
134 PAISLEY EOAD, GLASGOW, 

Begs leave to assure his Customers that he has adopted 
all the recent Improvements in the Trade, and Employs 
First-Class Workmen, so that all Orders entrusted to 
him v^ill be done in the best possible manner. 

H. L. would call especial attention to the fact that 
he has just obtained the art of Cleaning, Dyeing, and 
Curling, Ostrich Feathers, from one of the very best 
London Feather Dressers. 

For despatch and elegance of style he cannot be 
surpassed. 



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Inflamed Eyes, Weak Sight, Sore Eyes, Scorbutic Eruptions, 
Piles, Varicose Veins, or Bruises. 

CAUTION. — None can be genuine unless the Proprietor's name, S. GREEN, 
2, Union Place, Lambeth, is engraved on the Government Stamp, and round the Pot; 
and none offered for sale without such Pot can be genuine. (DON'T BE DECEIVED.) 
The bill of directions contains Testimonials of a most convincing character. 



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fS^TAINED i^LASS, |pIKKOKS, #LASS 0KADES, ^C, 

46 KlINa STKEET. 
BRANCH-TEMPLEHILL, TROON. 



WAEEHOUSES AND WOBHiSHOPS, BACK LANE. 




WHOLESALE AND EETAIL EISHMONGEE, 



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KILMARNOCK. 




OF 



i^'Oif THU (DISTItlOT OF KILMAFiJTOOK. 



JAIES SMITH GREGOEY, REGIST.EAE, 

6@S» BSeSAKSK BOTI.®S»eS, mi,aSASH@(BK. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



N I C H O L L'S 





W. NiCHOLLS, the Manufacturer of the above Preparation, begs to announce that, 
from the increased demand for his Preparation of Fluid Extract op Annatto, he 
has, this season, been obh'ged to enlarge his Factory, which accounts for orders not 
having been so readily supplied as heretofore. He can now manufacture 5,000 
gallons at a making:, which enables him to supply the Article perfectly pure, and at 
all times can assure it at one strength; which is of consequence to the maker of 
both Cheese and Butter. 

W. N. solicits a trial from those who never used it, knowing that they will find 
it profitable, as well as being so convenient to use. A measure for colouring 28 to 
30 lbs, of Cheese can always be obtained of the Agent, which gives the Cheese 
Maker a certain and easy mode of making the Cheese of one uniform colour, which 
is very important to the purchaser. 

The Cheese Factors of England unhesitatingly declare, that if the Cheese is 
properly made, they have no difficulty in distinguishing the Cheese coloured with 
Nicholl's Fluid Extract op Annatto, as the shade of colour is unmistakable in 
both Cheese and Butter, and also most desirable in the London Market. One quart 
of Anuatto will colour one Ton of Cheese. 



Agents,. 



(A MOaiSON, Wholesale Grocer; and 
JMessrs EANKIN & Co., Chemists. 



ALL THE YEAR ROUND 

A GOOD STATE OF HEALTH may be secured by the simple and cheap 
nrocess of takins 



^MMIIIii^EvPiiii-: 



whenever there is any symptom of indisposition. They possess the most astonishing 
and invigorating properties, and they will overcome all obstinate complaints, and re- 
store sound health ; there is a return of good appetite shortly from the beginning of 
their use, whilst their mildness as a purgative is a desideratum greatly required by 
the weak and delicate. — May be had of all Chemists and Medicine Vendors in boxes 
Is. IM., 2s. 9d., and in Family Packets lis. each. 



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Please ohserve that each Packet has the Makers' Signatures—" JOHN 
BEOWN," "JOHN POLSON." 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Families who wish an Excellent Household 
Starch should use 

BROWN & POISON'S 

PATENT STARCH 

Its uniform excellence commends it to all. 

Those who use the POWDER STARCH in small Blue Packets will 
find BROWN & POISON'S to be eminently superi or- 

J. BROWN & SON. Accountants. House Factors, Insurance and Emigration 
Agents, 6 KING STREET, KILMARNOCK, gratefully return thanks to the many 
kind friends who have patronised thera during the last twenty-four 5'ears, and they 
hope, by an unremitting attention to business, to give satisfaction to their patrons 
and merit a still larger share of public favour. ' 

Orders respectfully solicited fot INSURANCE, on risks of every kind, with the 
First-class Northern, Temperance, and Royal Companies. 

PASSENGERS Booked for the United States, Canada, and all other 
parts of the world, by Ship or Steamer, from Glasgow, Derrv, Liverpool 
j London, &c., at the lowest rates. Hand-books, 7d. each. Free Grants 
of Land, Through Tickets, &c. 
Managers of the Kilmarnock Building and Investment Society and of the 
Ayrshire Friendly Sick Society, both enrolled under Act of Parliament. 
DEBTS Colleected in Town and Country on moderate terms. 

Inventories, Valuations, &c., taken by A. P. Brown. 
Prospectuses, &c.. Gratis. Office Hours, 10 till 8. 

" / hold that it is a religious as well as moral obligation^ for the middle and 

working classes to insure their lives^ for the sake of their families^* 

Dr. Chalmers. 




UNITED KINGDOM 
%mpuwt k €tnu\ ^xwUmi |tt^titttti0tt. 

FOR MUTUAL ASSURANCE ON LIVES SINGLE OR JOINT PAYABLE ON 

DEATH OR AT A CERTAIN AGE ANNUITIES, &C 

ACCUMULATED CAPITAL, £875,000. 

Whole Profits divisahle amongst the Assured. 
Established 1840. 
Policies Purchased at their equitable value. Loans granted at 5 per cent, without 
expense, nearly to the surrender value, on the security of the Policy only ' Liberty 
to Travel or reside in any part of Europe, Canada, and the Northern United States 
without extra charge. The Temperance and General Sections are kept distinct and 
the Profits in the former have averaged a fifth more than in the latter; thus affording 
special inducements for Abstainers to insure in this Office, and proving that as a clas^ 
they live longer than non-abstainers. 

Agents at Kilmarnock — 
J. BROWN & SON, House Factors, Insurance & Emigration Agents, 6 King Street, 

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10 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



THE NOETHESN FIBE AOT LIFE ASSUEAUCE COMPANY. 

Established 1836. Incorporated by Act of Parliament, 
Subscribed Capital, £2,000,000. Accumulated Funds upwards of £800,000. 
Offers the most undoubted Security for all its Engagements. 
Life and Fire Assurance, Annuities, Endowments, &c., effected at home or abroad 
on very advantageous and liberal terms. 

Loses by Lightning and Explosions from Gas made good. 

BOARD AT GLASGOW— 
The Honourable JAMES LUMSDEIST, Lord Provost, Chairman. 
GEO. C. SMITH, Esq., Secretary. 

A GENTS A T KILMARNOCK— 
J. BROWN & SON, Accountants and House Factors, and 
JAMES THOMSON, House Factor. 

D R E S S_S^II I R T S . 

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Having been trained under a ftrst-class Cutter in Edinburgh, is prepared to supply 
Gentlemen who may favour him with their orders, with Shirts that will have no 
superior, either in Fit, Shape, or Quality. 

Shirts Re-Fitted with new Linen Breasts^ ^c. 

44 KI1TC3- STUEET, KILMABNOOK. 
Agent for the Briton Medical and General Life Association. 

f ISI ST nil, BBIS STflllf , 

HUGH DICKIE, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FISHMONGER, ICE MERCHANT, 
AND LICENSED GAME DEALER, 

Begs respectfully to intimate to the Inhabitants of Kilmarnock and Vicinity, that he 
is constantly procuring Large and Fresh Supplies of all kinds of FISH and of 
GAME in their Season. 

While tendering his grateful acknowledgments for past favours, he begs to assure 
his Customers that their Orders will be carefully and punctually attended to, and he 
hopes to merit a continuance of their patronage. 



OYSTERS, SAEDINES, LOBSTER SAUCE, &o. 

SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO A FAMILY TRADE. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 11 



KILMARNOCK TEA AND SUGAR MART, 

■^ r\ 1^1 'K1 ^^ £< rr^ YZ) r?<- rj^ n^ 
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WHOLESALE & HETAIL GEOCER, WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT, 

Begs to call the attention of the Inhabitants of Kilmarnock to his large Stock of 
Teas, Wines and Spirits, Groceries and Provisions. While he has always on hand 
everything connected with the trade, he begs to direct special attention to the under- 
mentioned Goods, which he can confidently recommend to his numerous Customers 
and the Public in general, as being really extra value, and sure to give satisfaction. 

TEAS. 

ALL KINDS, RANaiNa FROM 2s. PER LB., TO VERY SUPERIOR MIXTURE AT 3s. 8d. 

coff;ees. 

FROM is., TO FINEST AT Is. 8d. PER. LB, 

SUGARS. 

FINEST MOIST TO FINEST CRUSHED. REFINED SUGAR ALL KINDS. 

WINES. 

Port and Sherry, from 24s. per doz., to very old, 36s. and 48s. 
Claret, from 24s. per doz. Quarts to 36s. 
Champagne, from 36s. per doz Quarts to 72s. 
Hock, fine Sparkling, 34s. to 40s. per doz. Quarts, 
Moselle, do., 34s. to 40s. do. 

SPIRITS. 

Scotch Whisky, according to age and quality, 16s. to 18s. per Gall. 

Toddy Mixture, superior quality, 17s. per Gall. 

Brandy, various ages and vintages, from 25s. to 36s. per Gall. 

Rum, pure Jamaica, from 16s. to 21s. per Gall. 

Gin (John de Kuyper & Son), 36s. per Doz. 

Ginger Wine — 

Brown Ginger Cordial, 12s. per Doz, 

Pale Ginger Wine, 15s. per Doz. 

Rich Green Ginger Wine, 18s. per Doz. 

MALT LIQUORS. 

Bass & Allsopp's Pale Ale, Pints, 2s. 6d. Quarts, 5s. 

Reid's Imperial London Porter, „ 3s. ' 5s. 6d. 

Guinness's Dublin Extra Stout, „ 2s. ," 4s 

Table Beer, ' [[ 2s'. 6d. 

PROVISIONS. 

Real Wiltshire Bacon, Belfast and Dumfries Smoked Haras, Beef Hams Boiled 
Hams, Butter, Eggs, Cheese, &c., &c. 

Spices, Pickles, and Sauces, Fruits, Confections, Sundries. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Having entered on a lease of this old established and centrically situated 
Hotel and having had it entirely re-modelled by adding a new Commercial 
Room on the ground floor, and otherwise improving the Premises, trusts 
the Inn will be found, by commercial gentlemen and others, to combine 
comfort with convenience and economy. 

Only the best quahty of Wines and other Liquors kept. 

From the experience A. M'M. has had as a Hotel Landlord, and by 
paying strict attention to the wants of his customers, he hopes to maintain, 
if not to add to, the deservedly good name which the Black Bull has 
long enjoyed. 



AN OEDINAEY EYEEY DAY FEOM 1 TILL 4. 

POSTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 



^LL ki:ni3s of vehicles kept. 




Kilmarnock, 28th May, 1868. 



IKOlSTMOlsraEK, 
CROSS, KILMARNOCK, 

Begs to intimate that he has added to his already Extensive Stock of Ironmongery 
Goods, an assortment of Cricket requisites, from the best London makers, comprising 
Bats, Balls, Wickets, Batting Gloves, Leg Guards, &c., &c. The Prices will bear 
comparison with any in the trade. 




ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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In opening these new and spacious Premises, the Subscribers would call 
the attention of the public to the fact that they have fitted up first-class 
apparatus for the Cleaning, Dyeing, and Finishing Damask, Moreen, 
Repp, and Cloth Curtains, also Leno, Lace, and Muslin Wmdow Curtains. 
Carpets, in Brussels, Scotch, and Tapestry, beautifully Cleaned. 



Special arrangements have been rcade for the Dyeing and Finishing of 

FAMILY MOURNINGS. 
Our punctuality iu this department may be relied on. 



Orders may be left at 24 Robertson Place, at the Works, Irvine 
Bank, Kihnarnock, or at the Shop, 3 Waterloo Street. 



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J^h^AkTU & 



DYERS AND CLEANERS, 
A-YI^SHIKE DYE "W^ O K K S, 



ESTABLISHED IN 1846. 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER, 

Supplies Tea, Coffee, and Sugar, at Glasgow Prices, thus saving his constituents the 
trouble and expense of sending out of town for these Articles. 

The Stock comprises the choicest Teas, in Monings, Kaisows, Sonchono-s and 
ordinary Congous; Assam, Foo Chow, and Canton Pekoes; Imperial Gunpowder and 
Young Hyson Green Teas. A liberal Discount allowed when quantities are taken 

Coffees prepared by our own Steam Machinery, at prices ranging from Is Is 4d 
to Finest Mocha and Jamaica, Is. 6d. A rapid turn over is the best guarantee I caii 
offer for freshness of my Coffees. 

Sugars, Crushed, Crystalized, and Refined, at Wholesale Prices. 

Pickles, Sauces, Plain and Fancy Soaps and Candles, Tapioca, Arrowroot 
Macaroni, Vermicelli, Sagos, Rices— Ground and Flour, Drysaltery Goods, Barley' 
Pease, Dried Fruits and Spices, &c., all of genuine quality, and at studiously low 
Prices. 

Home-made Wines, comprising Ginger, Black Currant, Raspberry, Elder Flower &c 

Agent for Baxter's Purified Dairy Salt, Nicholl's Fluid Annatto 'and 
Tomlinson's Butter Powder. ' 

Goods Packed for the Coast or Country without extra charge, and sent off with 
punctuality and despatch. 

MOEEIS PLACE,TlNG'sfREETrKILMAENOCK. 

July, 1868. 



1 4 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



lt%m\hx Morton & Son, 



John Finnie Street, 

K:ii_i]vt^^:E^:srooi^, 

MAKERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

€M^tt Paclinug. |atpEtis of all \mh. 

Drums, &c., for Printing Tapestry. 

CARD CUTTING, YARN WASHING, & SCOURING MACHINES. 

Improved Patent Mangles- Box Mangles of the best kind. 

Cloth Boiling and Measuring Machines^ Sewing Machines^ Clothes^ Wringing 
Machines, and Washing Machines^ of the most Improved kinds. 

'$iim, $nitos, ^mm, Satos, i Stttgital Instram^nts S^arpelr* 

TELESCOPES, SPECTACLES, AND OPERA GLASSES, 

Made and Repaired. 

ALL ORDERS WILL HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION. MODERATE TERMS. 

We beg to call attention to our Extra-Sized Premium Clothes' 
Wringer and Washing Machint:. We guarantee them to do their 
work well. 

The '■'■Art of Making Reflecting Telescopes,'''' hy Alexander Morton. 

" Your views of, in regard to the Gregorian Reflecting Telescope are perfectly correct." 

G. B. AIREY. 

Greenwich Royal Observatory, 9th August, 1S62. 



" 'Tho I have read nearly all the books in the English language (that I know of) on the Telescope 
I must say that yours is the first in which I saw the true course of the rays elucidated. Coming after 
such men as Brewster, Lardner, and other learned and scientific gentlemen, I think you have every 
cause to feel yourself entitled to a share of that honour which is due to all discoverers, especially 
scientific ones." — Extract from a letter by William Brown, Esq., Maryport. 

23rd November, -1867. 



ADVEKTISEMENTS. 15 



J. NETVLANI3S, 

^^ATCKMAKEK, t(|OLDSMITH, AND ^i^WELLEK, 
SS FOKTL^ISTD STKEET, 

Invites attention to his Stock of Gold and Silver Watches. 
Jewellery and Plate, which is extensive and carefully selected, in 
the various Departments. 

i^^ Repairing carried on in all the Branches. 

GEORGE MORISON & SONS, 

Steam |riiit f merk m)i Comfit Sfflarte, 

Having now got established Pans and Machinery of most approved 
principles, for the manufacture of all kinds of Fruit Preserves and Con- 
fectionery, we are supplying the trade in Ayrshire and elsewhere with the 
best quahty of Goods at very Moderate Prices. A trial is requested by 
those parties in the trade who have not as yet favoured us with one. 

Mark the Address— 

68 PORTLAND STREET. 



DAVID IHNES, 

ST. MARNOCK PLACE, 

JOINER AND FU NERA L UNDERTAKER. 

Orders in each Branch carefully and Cheaply executed. 

SHROUDS, hea¥s¥s, cahbiages, 

AND every necessary SUPPLIED. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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DEAN, BILLHEAD, & PEECETON 

PIRE-OLAY "WORKS, 

H^ I L( xVi A r\ xNi T_7 "o r\ < xN[ » o » 

ESTABLISHED 1831. 



MANUFACTURERS OF EVERT DESCRIPTION OF 

FIRE-OLA.Y aOODS, 

com:i»r.isin"g— 



PATENT FIRE BRICKS, 

Ordinary Fire Bricks. 

The above either Hand-made or by 
Improved Machinery. 

rURNACE BLOCKS, 

For Blast, Puddling, and every descrip- 
tion of Furnaces. 



FLUE COVERS, 

Either Plain, Checked, or Grooved. 



€m^mm Jftooring files, 

Either Square, Hexagon, or Octagon. 

Glazed Sewerage & "Water Pipes, 
CATTLE & PIG TROUGHS, 

ALSO 

Either Single or Double, with Gruel Box. 



Chimney Cans and Vases, 



ALSO 



'^KxM §0r^ermg, fe., h., 



IN GREAT VARIETY. 



These Works are the largest of the kind in Scotland. The quality and character 
of the Manufactures is unrivalled. 

Numerous Testimonials (of which subjoined is a specimen), and every informa- 
tion, are contained in our Illustrated Catalogue, which may be had on application. 

Agencies established in all the principal towns of Scotland and Ireland. 

TESTIMONIA.L. 



Gentlemen, 



Royal Laboeatoby, 

WOOLWICH, December Slst, 1863. 

In reply to yonr letter of the 12tli inst., I have the pleasure to inform yon 
tibat the Fire Bricks, &c., which you have supplied for service of this department have given very 
great satisfaction. For Cupola purposes we find them superior to any other Bricks which we have tried. 

I am, Gentlemen, 

Your obedient Servant, 
To Messrs J. & M. Oraig, Plre<!lay Works, G. W. BOXER, Supt., RX. 

Kilmarnock, 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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JOHN CRAIG & SON, 

CABINET & UPHOLSTERY WABEHOUSE, 
GEORGE HOTEL BUILDINGS, KILMARNOCK. 

^G-EISrXS FOE, 

R. E. SIMPSON & Co.'s SEWING MACHINES. 

Always on hand a StocTc of these Machines. 
For Simplicity, Durability, and General Usefulness, they are Unsurpassed. 



Prize Medal Awarded at the Paris Exhibition, 1867. 

PHOTOGEAPHIC EOOMS. DUKE STEEET. 



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CAETES DE VISITE, 5s. PER DOZEN. 



ENLARGEMENTS from Carte or small Negative, for FAMILY or PRESENTATION 
PICTURES, taken from 12 +J0 Inches up to LIFE SIZE, and finished in Oil, 
Water Colour, or Crayon, 

SPECIMENS MAT BE SEEN AT THE GALLERY. 

Kilmarnock, July, 1868. 



MILLINER AND DRESSMAKEE, 



OP^N 



XCHANGE 



UILDINGS, 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



"WM. RANKIN & SON, 

Wim awb spirit mutants, 

K:iLMA.R]SrOCK, 
TROON, 

AND 

ARDKOSSAN. 




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EXCISE AND CUSTOMS WAREHOUSE, 

^T THE HiVRBOUKS, 

GREENOCK, TROON, AND ARDROSSAN, I 



ADVERT! SEMENTS . 1 9 




PKINTER, BOOKBINDER, BOOKSELLER, 



It is seldom that I trouble the public with any public announcement, but 
having this opportunity — which does not present itself every day — of 
getting not an ephemeral but a permanent Advertisement, in a work like 
the Kilmarnock Directory, which will be a book of reference for some 
time to come, I take the chance thereof to thank my Customers for their 
patronage during the twenty-nine years I have now been in business, and 
will be happy still to add new ones to their number. 

The Printing Department I cannot pretend to manage better than I 
have done, as I have always executed Jobs in the style wished, at the time 
wanted, and at a price to please my Customers — rarely, if ever, have I 
disappointed any one. 

The nature of Job Binding is such that it cannot be so quickly done off 
as Job Printing, but even in this department— both as to style, price, and 
time of finishing the work — I have managed to please my employers. 
Samples of Binding, from the plainest to the most substantial and elegant, 
may be seen on the premises. Books Bound to any pattern. 

Stationery of all descriptions; Books of all ordinary Rulings; Account 
Books, ruled to any pattern, with printed headings, &c., manufactured in 
the best style ; Books in general literature; with the too numerous varieties 
of School Books in use, sold at as cheap a rate as they can be had any- 
where. 

The News Agency part of the trade — wholesale and retail — is possibly 
the most difficult to do with perfect accuracy and promptitude, but those 
who have the least idea of the inconveniences to be encountered in connec- 
tion with this branch — particularly durmg the winter months — will 

"Be to our faults a little blind, 
And to our failings very kind." 

JAMES M'KIB. 



AGENT FOR THE 

Ordnance Survey Maps, and "Ayrshire Express" ITewspaper. 

Kilmarnock, July, 1868. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 




• ROWLAND'S MACASSAR OIL, 

Of unparalleled success d-iring the last sixty years in promoting the GROWTH, 
EESTORING and improving the HUMAN HAIR. 
It prevents Hair from falling oflf or turning grey, strengthens weak Hair, cleanses it 
from Scurf and Dandriff, and makes it Beautifully Soft, Pliable, and Glossy. 
IN THE GROWTH OF THE BEARD, WHISKERS, & MUSTACHIOS, 
It is unfailing in its stimulative operation. For CHILDREN it is especially recom- 
mended as forming the basis of A BEAUTIFUL HEAD OF HAIR, while its intro- 
duction into the Nurseries of Royalty, and the numerous Testimonials constantly re- 
ceived of its efScacy, atFord the best and surest proofs of its merits.— Price, 3s. 6d.; 
7s.; Family Bottles" (equal to four small), 10s. 6d.; and double that size, 2Is. 

An Oriental Botanical Preparation, for Improving and Beautifying 
the Complexion and Skin- 

This Royally-patronized and Ladies'-esteemed Specific exerts the most soothing* 
cooling, and purifying action on the skin, eradicates Freckles, Tan, Pimples, Spots* 
Discoloration, and other Cutaneous Visitations, and renders 

THE SKIN SOFT, CLEAR, AND BLOOIVSINC. 

Durina: the heat and duftt of Summer, the Frost and Bleak Winds of Winter, and 
in cases of sunburn, stings of insects, or incidental inflammation, its virtues are uni- 
versally acknowledged.— Price 4s. 6d. and 8s. 6d. per bottle. 

Are indespensible to PERSONAL ATTRACTION, and to health and longevity 
by the proper mastication of food. 

I^OVv^LA^NI>S' ODONTO, 

OR PEARL DENTIFRICE, 

. Compounded of ORIENTAL INGREDIENTS, is of inestimable value in 

Preserving and Beautifying the Teeth, Strengthening the Gums, and 
in giving a Pleasing Fragrance to the Breath. 

It eradicates Tartar from the Teeth, removes spots of incipient decav. and polishes 
and preserves the enamel, to which it imparts A PEARL-LIKE WHITENESS, 
Price 2s. 9d. per Box. 

Sold hy A. Rowland ^ Sons, 20 Hatton Garden, London, and hy Chemists and Perfumers. 
^ Ask for " RO"WL A.NJJS' " A.rtieles. 



EIEE, LIFE, AND ANNUITIES. 

CAPITAL— TWO MILLIONS STERLING. 

SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL £1,909,720. 

ANNUAL INCOiME, OVER 190,000. 

RESERVED FUNDS, 158,125. 



HEAD OFFICES FOR SCOTLAND 

4 NATIONAL BANK BUILDINGS, QUEEN STREET, GLASGOW. 



Glasgow Board. 

Chairman— ANDREW GALBRAITH, Esq., Glasgow. 

Deputy Chairman— JAMES MORTON, Esq., Greenock. 
Frank Baird, Esq., Messrs Hugh Baird & Co., Brewers. 
William Connal, Esq., Messrs Connal & Co., Merchants. 

Richard S. Cunliff, Esq., Messrs Randolph, Elder, & Co., Eng;ineers and Shipbuilders. 
Alexander Dick, Esq., Messrs Dick & Stevenson, Writers. 
Andrew Galbraith, Esq., Messrs A. & A. Galbraith, Merchants. 
Walter M'Lellan, Esq., Messrs P. & W. M'Lellan, Clutha Ironworks. 
James Morton, Esq., Greenock Iron Company. 

Adam Paterson, Esq., Messrs Moncrieff, Paterson, Forbes, & Barr, Writers. 
Morris Pollok, Esq,, Silk Factory, Govan. 

R. D. Roberton, Esq., Messrs Robert Cowan & Co., Grain Merchants. 
William Wotherspoon, Esq., of Castlehead, Paisley. 

Resident Managers— Messrs MITCHELL & WATSON, 
Accountants and Stockbrokers. 



This Company transacts all kinds of Home and Foreign Fire and Life Insurance 
Business, Annuities, Endowments, Reversions, &c., at moderate rates, and on terms 
as liberal as those of other First-Class Offices. 

Equitable Conditions of Policies-— Moderate Premiums [loith the option 
of paying them according to a variety of convenient methods), — Liberal provision /or 
the non-forfeiture or surrender of policies, — and certain specially beneficial arrange- 
ments as to the reception of the Bonuses— are some of the many advantages op 
the life scheme of this company. 

Life Bonus— At last valuation (1863), a Bonus was declared to Participating 
Life Policy-holders, averaging 46 per cent, of the Premiums paid by the Assured, and 
in some instances rising as high as 75 per cent. 

The next Bonus falls to be declared as at 31st DECEMBER, 1868, and ALL 
NEW PROPOSALS COMPLETED BEFORE THAT DATE will be ENTITLED to 
a FULL YEAR'S BONUS. 

All Losses Settled with Promptitude and Liherality. 



Agents in Kilmarnock — 
MESSES H. STEVENSOlir & SON, ^ 

YARN MERCHANTS, EAST GEORGE STREET, <?^ \ % 



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Founded 1823, and Incorporated by Special Act of Parliament. 



INVESTED FUNDS UPWARDS OF ONE MILLION STERLING. 

Head Office, 22 GEORGE STEEET, EDINBURGH. 

London,. ..11 KING WILLIAM ST., E.G. | Dublix,...55 UPPER SACKVILLE ST. 



President— THE EiaHT HONOUEABLE THE EAEL OF HADDINGTON, 
ViOB-Pbbsidbnt— Sir GEAHAM GEAHAM MONTGOMEEY of Stanhope, Bart, M.P. 



ORDINARY DIRECTORS. 

"WILLIAM FOEBES of Medwyn, Esq., Advocate, Chairman. 
EOBEET MOWBEAY, Esq., Banker. 1 ALEXANDER F. ADAM, Esq., W.S. 

JOHN HAMILTON, Esq., W.S. GILBERT L. FINLAY, Esq., W.S. 

JOHN WALKEE, Esq., W.S. J. WAEDEOBE TAWSE, Esq., W.S. 

JOHN STEWAET, Esq., W.S. I DONALD MACKENZIE, Esq., Advocate, Sheriff 

JAMES WEBSTEE, Esq., S.S.O. ' of Fyfe. 

JOHN PHIN, Esq., S.S.C. JAMES SYME, Esq., Banker. 

Medical Officer— DOUGLAS MACLAGAN, M.D., Professor of Medical Jurisprudence, 

Edinburgh University. 

Auditor— KENNETH MACKENZIE, Esq., C.A. I Solicitors— Messrs HUGHES & MILNE, W.S. 

MANAGER— DAVID MACLAGAN, Esq. 



DISTRIBUTION OF PROFITS. 

Nine-tenths or ninety per cent, of the Profits are divided every seven years among the Partici- 
pating Policy-holders. Policies of five years' duration becoming claims between one division of 
Profits, and another are entitled to an Intermediate Bonus. 

The Company's system of Division of Profits, vs^hile it does not exclude younger Policy-holders 
from their fair share in the allocation of Bonus, reserves a much larger proportion for those whose 
Policies have existed for a long period, and who have themselves attained an advanced age. 

Five Periodical Investigations have already been made, and the results of the Equitable Principle 
of Distribution are brought out in the very large Bonuses which attach to cases fulnlling these con- 
ditions, and are fully illustrated by the undernoted examples. 

THE RATES OF PREMIUM 

are moderate, and will bear favourable comparison with those of other first-class offices. 



Examples of Bonus Additions already 
Paid. 



Examples of Annual Premiums 
required to Assure £100. 



Age at 


Age at 


Sum 


Assuring. 


Death 


Assured 


25 


65 


£300 


30 


69 


200 


35 


75 


900 


40 


78 


500 


45 


83 


1000 


50 


89 


999 


65 


76 


2500 


60 


94 


300 



Bonus Additions, 



£194 3 

145 10 

782 10 

476 

1144 1 

2208 7 

1264 10 

822 13 



Total sum 
Paid. 



£494 3 

345 10 

1682 10 

976 

2144 1 

3207 7 

3764 10 

1122 13 



Age next 


With 


Without 


Age next 


Birthday. 


Profits. 


Profits. 


Birthday. 


25 


£2 2 


£1 16 9 


25 


30 


2 7 7 


2 18 


30 


35 


2 14 6 


2 7 8 


36 


40 


3 3 2 


2 15 3 


40 


45 


3 14 2 


3 4 11 


45 


60 


4 9 


3 19 9 


60 


65 


5 9 1 


5 


65 


60 


6 16 8 


6 4 4 


60 



The next Division of Profits will be made at 31st Mahch, 1871. 

ALEX. H. WHYTT, Secretaky. 



AGENTS IN TBE COUNTY- 



Ayr, Jas. M'Clelland, Writer. 

„ W. Macrokie, Writer. 

Beith Jas. Millar, Stationer. 

DuNLOP, Wm. Somervail, Woollen 

Manufacturer. 



GiRVAN, Walter Andrews, Writer. 

Irvine, S. B. Yuille, Bookseller. 

KiLBiKNiE,....JoHN Fyfe, Draper. 

Maybole John Cunningham, Writer, 

Stewarton,...Thos. Wilson, Bookseller. 

KILMARNOCK, KLWL. MILLAR, Commercial Bank.