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Full text of "Watson's directory for Paisely, Renfrew, Johnstone, Elderslie, Linwood, Quarrelton, Thornhill, Balaclava, Inkermann"

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WATSON'S 

DIRECTORY 



FOR 



PAISLEY, 

TCEl^TKSVr, JOHITSTOKE, ELDEBSLIE, 
LmWOOD, QOARRELTON, THORNHILL, 

BAL.ACL.AV A, AND INKERMANN, 

FOR THU YEAR 

1870-71. 



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PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY WM. B. WATSON, AT THE "PAlSLtY HERALD'^ OFFICE, 
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CONTENTS. 





Page 




Page 


Paisley Street Guide 


7 


Curriers and Belt Makers 


. 138 


PAISLEY DIRECTORY ... 


13 


Distillers 


. 138 






Drapers and Silk Mercers .. 


. 138 


TRADES AND PROFESSIONS 




Dressmakers and Milliners .. 


. 139 


Accountants 


"l21 


Druggists and Chemists 


. I4i 


Agents and Commission Agents 121 


Drysalters 


. 142 


Architects and Land Surveyors 


122 


Dyers 


. 142 


Auctioneers and Appraisers .. 


122 


Embroiderers 


. 143 


Bakers 


122 


Engineers (consulting) 


. 143 


Bankers 


124 


Engineers and Machine Makers 143 


Rill Posters 


124 


Fire Clay Manufacturers 


. 144 


Bleachers, Shawl Washers, &c 


124 


Fishmongers and Poulterers .. 


. 144 


Bookbinders 


124 


Fleshers 


. 144 


Booksellers and Stationers ... 


125 


Funeral Undertakers 


. 145 


Boot and Shoemakers . 


125 


Furnished Lodging-House 




Brassfounders ... 


127 


Keepers ... 


. 146 


Brewers 


127 


Furnishers 


. 146 


Brickmakers and brickbuilders 


127 


Furniture Dealers 


. 147 


Brush and Basket Dealers ... 


128 


Gardeners 


. 147 


Cabinetmakers 


128 


Glaziers 


. 148 


Calenderers and Finishers 


128 


Grain Merchants 


. 148 


Calico and Shawl Printers ... 


129 


Grocers and Victuallers 


. 149 


Candlemakers 


129 


Hair Dressers 


. 154 


Card and Print Cutters 


129 


Ham Curers 


. 155 


Carpet Manufacturers... 


129 


Hatters... 


. 155 


Garters 


130 


Hosiers 


. 155 


Chemical \\''orks 


130 


House Factors 


. 156 


Chimney Sweeps 


130 


Inn and Hotel keepers... 


. 156 


China Merchants 


130 


-Ironfounders 


■ 156 


Clerg3'men ... ... ... 


131 


Iron Merchants 


. 157 


Cloth Merchants and Agents 




Ironmongers 


. 157 


fordo 


132 


Jacquard Machine Makers .. 


. 157 


Cloth Merchants and Woollen 




Ladies' Nurses 


. 157 


Drapers 


132 


Law Agent 


. 157 


Coach and Van Builders . ... 


132 


lieather Merchants 


. 157 


Coach Hirers 


132 


Lithographers and Engravers 


158 


Coal Masters 


133 


Manufacturers of Shawls, &c. 


158 


Coal Merchants and Dealers ... 


133 


of Blacking 


. 160 


Coffee Houses and Hotels 




of Corn Flour 


. 160 


(Temperance) 


133 


of Curled Hair 


. 160 


Confectioners and Fruiterers... 


134 


of Machinery Belts 


. 160 


Contractors 


13.^ 


of Muslin 


.160 


Coopers 


136 


of Oil and Glycerine 


. 160 


Corkcutters ... 


136 


of Sewed Muslin 


. 160 


Cotton Spinners 


136 


of Starch 


. 161 


Cowfeeders ,. 


136 


of Thread ... 


. 16.1 



CONTENTS. 



Page 

Masons and Builders 161 

Measurers ... 162 

Medical Practitioners 162 

Messenger-at-Arms 162 

Metal Eefiners 163 

Midwives ... ... ... 163 

Millers ... ... ... ... 163 

Missionaries ... ... ... 163 

Nailers 164 

Nurserymen and Florists ... 164 
Painters and Paperhangers ... 164 
Pattern Drawers ... ... 164 

Paper Eulers 165 

Pawnbrokers .. ... ... 165 

Photographers 165 

Plasterers 165 

Plumbers, Tinsmiths, and Cop- 
persmiths 166 

Potato Merchants 166 

Power-loom Cloth Factories ... 166 
Printers (Letter-press) ... 167 

Kivet and Bolt Maker ... 167 

Eopespinners 167 

Eupture, Truss, and Bandage 

Makers 167 

Saddlers and Harness 

Makers ... ... ... 167 

Sculptors ... . . ... 167 

Seed Merchants 168 

Shawl Merchants 168 

Sbawl and Muslin Cutters ... 168 

Sheriff Officers 168 

Shipbuilders ... ... ... 168 

Singers ,.. ... ... 168 

Slaters ... 169 

Smiths and Farriers ... ... 169 

Soap Manufacturers 169 

Starcher and Wool Sizer ... 170 
Surgeon-Dentists ... ... 170 

Tailors and Clothiers ... 170 

Tanner 171 

Teachers ... ... ... 171 

Dancing ... ... ... 173 

Drawing ... 174 

Music ... ... ... 174 

Tobacconists ... ... ... 174 

Tobacco Pipe Manufacturers ... 174 
Umbrella Manufacturers ... 174 

Upholsterers 175 

Valuators 175 

Veterinary Surgeons 175 

Warpers ... ... ... 175 

Waste Merchants ... ... 175 



Page 

Watch and Clock Makers, and 
Jewellers ... ... ... 176. 

Weavers' Furnishers ... ... 176 

Wine and Spirit Merchants ... 177 

Wood Merchants 182 

Wood Turners 183 

Wrights and Jainers 183 

Writers 184 

Yarn and Silk Merchants ... 185 

APPENDIX— PAISLEY. 
Asylums... ... ... ... 214 

Banks 217 

Bank Holidays 219 

Bowling Clubs 241 

Burying Grounds ... ... 224 

Canal Company ... ... 223 

Carriers' Quarters 224 

Church Officers ... 210 

Commissioners — Gas 251 

„ Assessed Tax 204 

,, Income Tax 203 

„ Police 196 

Supply 201 

Water 194 

Counting-HoHse Calendar .... 252 

Courts— Burgh ... ... 208 

„ Commissary ... 207 

„ Justice of Peace ... 204 

„ Sheriff 208 

Sheriff Small Debt ... 208 

Churches 210 

Clergymen ... ... ... 210 

Curling Clubs 245 

Cricket Clubs ... ... ... 243 

Dues— Eiver 200 

Town ... ... ... 19.9 

District Board of Lunacy ... 206 
Fire Brigades ... ... ... 228 

Pairs 200 

Fast Days . ... ... 200 

Faculty of Procurators ... 20& 

Gravediggers ... ... ... 224 

Infirmary ... ,,, ... 213 

Inland Eevenue ... ... 227 

Inspectors of Weights and Mea- 
sures ... ... 204 

Insurance Offices and Agents 220 
Justices of the Peace ... ... 207 

Justice of Peace Constables ... 209 

Leaders of Psalmody 210 

Lieutenancy ... ... ... 203 

Magistrates and Town Council 19S 



CONTENTS. 



Page 
Mason Lodges ... ... ... 242 

Omnibus Traffic 228 

Paisley Cemetery Company ... 212 

Parochial Boards 214 

Parliamentary Boundaries ... 197 
Parliamentary Constituency ... 216 

Police Assessment 197 

Police— Burgh 196 

County ... ... 207 

Police (County), Committee ... 208 

Post Office 225 

Postal Regulations 226 

Public Offices, &c 222 

Railway Companies ... ... 223 

Reading Rooms 229-234 

Registrars of Births, &c. ... 221 
Religious Denominations ... 210 

Renfrewshire Militia 228 

Renfrewshire Prison Board ... 205 
Rifle Volunteer Officers .. 212 

Schools and Teachers ... ... 230 

Societies, &c 235-244-246 

Sheriff Officers 209 

Table of Distances ... 186 

Town Officers 216 

Trustees— Abbey Road ... 251 

„ Burgh 195 

,, Cart Navigation ... 195 

Valuation of Burgh ... .^. 216 

RENFREW DIRECTORY ... 253 

Churches 263 

Constituency ... 263 

Conveyances... ... ... 262 

Fairs 262 

Inns and Hotels .. ... 262 

Insurance Agents 262 

Justices of the Peace ... 260 

Magistrates and Councillors 260 
Parochial Board ... .... 261 

Population 263 

Post Office 261 

Public Offices, &c 261 

Sacraments ... ... ... 263 

Schools 262 

Societies ... 261 

Surgeons 261 

Writers ... 261 



Page 
JOHNSTONE DIRECTORY 264 

Assembly Rooms 279 

Banks 278 

Bowling Club 280 

Canal Company ... ... 281 

Carriers' Quarters 281 

Church Officers 280 

Coal Agents 282 

Commissioners of Police ... 278 

Curling Clubs 282 

Fairs and Fasts 284 

Fire Brigade 279 

Gas Company 284 

Grave Digger and Town 

Crier 280 

Insurance Offices and Agents 279 

Inland Revenue 280 

Justices of the Peace ... 278 

Medical Practitioners ... 279 

Mills 281 

Ministers ... 279 

Police 280 

Post Office 280 

Precentors 280 

Reading Rooms 279 

Schools ... 28J 

Session Clerk and Registrar 280 

Societies, &c. 282 

Volunteer Officers, &c 280 

Writers 279 

ELDERSLIE DIRECTORY 285 
Churches and Schools ... 285 

Post Office 285 

Cricket Club 285 

THORN HILL DIRECTORY 287 

QUARRELTON DIRECTORY288 

BALACLAVA DIRECTORY 288 

INKERMANN DIRECTORY 289 
Post Office, &c 289 

LINWOOD DIRECTORY ... 290 

Church and School 291 

Post Office ... 29L 



TEE TANNAHILL CLUB. 

Instituted 3d June, 1858. 

J. S. Mitchell, Chairman. | Provost Murray,. Croupier.. 

James J. Lamb, H,on. Secretary. 

James Reid, Secretary.. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WILLIAM MACIMTYEE, Jim.. 

STATIONER, 

6 HIGH STREET, CROSS, PAISLEY, 

AGENT POR THE 

YOEKSHIRE FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE 

87 HIGH STREET and 9 CHURCHIIILL. 



HAXn, "WOOL, AND STBA"^ MATTRESSES. 

PRICES MODERATE. 



WORKSHOP-8 CHURCHHIL.L. 

JAMES HUTCHESON, 

3 GLEN LANE (West Side Cottage), PAISLEY, 

and 

92 WEST BRIDGE-END, DUMBARTON. 



GOUHTY PIEE OFFICE, 

SCOTTISH B R A F C II : 

t5 GEOK45E STKEET, El>IMBUIlCiM. 



AGENT AT PAISLEY— 

JAMES B. M'QALLAIT, 

99 HIGH STREET. 



PAISLEY STREET GUIDE 



ABBEY close, from 18 Smithhills 

to Abbey street 
Abbey street, from Abbey close to 

Thread street 
Abercorn Buildings, 21 Gauze street 
Abercorn street, north end of West 

Croft to Hamilton street 
Albion St., west side of 25 Love st. 

Back Sneddon, north side of 2 Old 

Sneddon 
Bank street, south side of 22 Gauze 

street to Mill street 
Barclay st., south side of 15 George 

street to Canal street 
Barracks (Foot), north side of Wil- 

liamsburgh 
Barracks (Militia Staff), south side 

of Williamsburgh 
Barrhead road, east from Blackball 

buildings 
BaiT street, south side of 20 George 

sti-eet to Canal street 
Barterholm, east side of Lylesland 
Bath place, Seedhill 
Blackball buildings, from Lonend to 

Canal Bridge 
Blacklaw lane, west side of 18 New 

Sneddon to Back Sneddon 
Blackland place, east side of Calside 
Blackstoun road, west from Green- 
hill 
Bladda, north of Saucel 
Brabloch, east side of Renfrew road 
Biick lane, from South Croft to 

North Croft 
Bridge lane, south side of Maxwell- 
ton to Canal Bridge 
Bridge street (Burgh), from Abbey 

Bridge to Orchard street 
Bridge street (New Town), from 20 

Abbey street to Abbey Bridge 
Broomlands, west end of Wellmea- 

dow to Ferguslie 
Brown's lane, west side of 97 Cau- 

side to George place 
Buchanan street (East), north side 

of Inkle street to Greenlaw street 
Buchanan street (West), south side 

of 28 George street to Canal st. 



Burn lane, south side of Maxwellton 

to Candren Burn 
Burn row, from Gordon's lane to 

river 

CALEDONIA st., from St. James 
street northward 

Calside, south-west from head of 
Causeyside to Stock street 

Campbell street (South), from 8 
Neilston street to Espedair Burn 

Campbell street (West), north of 53 
Broomlands 

Camphill, south side of 32 Canal 
street 

Canal street, west side of 86 Cau- 
seyside street to Roiston square 

Carbrook street, from north side of 
53 Broomlands to West Campbell 
street 

Carlile lane, east side of 85 New 
Sneddon to river 

Carlile place, east side of New Sned- 
don, opposite Wallace street 

Cart lane, east side of 80 New 
Sneddon to river 

Cart street, from Thread street to 
Seedhill 

Cartvale lane, from Cartvale House 
to New Sneddon 

Carriagehill, from Dovesland south- 
ward 

Carriagehill (High), west of Orr 
Town 

Carriagehill factory, west of Car- 
riagehill 

Castlehead, north side of Crow road, 
approach by west end of Canal st. 

Castle street, west end of AVellmea- 
dew to George street 

Causeyside, from foot of St. Mirren 
street to Calside 

Cawthorne court, east side of Orr 
street (off Orr square) 

Chain road, West Toll 

Charleston, by Lylesland westward 

Christie buildings, High street west 
end of Old Bridge 

Christie lane, east side of 93 New 
Sneddon to the Quay 



PAISLEY STREET GUIDE. 



Christie street, south of Garthland 

street 
Churhchill, north side of 87 Higli 

street to Oakshaw street 
Clark's place, 8eedhill 
CoUinslee, from Carriagehill to 

Potterhill 
Commercial Court, 112 Causeyside, 

west side 
Cotton street, south side of 23 

Gauze street to Abbey street 
County buildings, Gilmour street 
County place, from Gilmour street 

to Moss street 
Cowieston, foot of Maxwellton st. 
Croft (East), from Wallneuk to 

Renfrew road 
Croft (North), from Greenlaw street 

to Newton Quay 
Croft (South), east end of Sneddon 

Bridge to Wallneuk 
Croft (West), from 16. New Smith- 
hills to Abercorn street 
Crossflat, south side of Garthland 

street 
Cross street, 29 Castle street to 5 

Queen street 
Grow road, Calside to Maxwellton 
Cumberland Court, 110 Causeyside 

DOVESLAND, from Lylesland to 

Carriagehill 
Duke street, south side of Rowan 

street 
Dyers' wynd, east side of 48 Moss 

street to river 

EARL Grey place, Lylesland 
Espedair street, from 56 Causeyside 
southward 

FALSIDE. road, near Colinslee 

westward 
Ferguslie, west end of Broomlands 

to Millarston 
Ferguslie (Back Row of), west end 

of Maxwellton to West lane of 

Ferguslie 
Ferguslie East lane, south of 41 

Broomlands to Maxwellton 
Ferguslie Mid lane, 7 Ferguslie to 

Maxwellton 
Ferguslie walk, 42 Broomlands 
Ferguslie West lane, 2 Ferguslie 

to Coats' Thread Works 



Forbes place, from 10 Causeyside 
■ to Water brae (Burgh) 

GARTHLAND lane, north side of 
Garthland street 

Garthland place, east end of Garth- 
land street, opposite Christie st 

Garthland street, from east end of 
Gauze street to Williamsburgh 

Gas Work, north-west of foot of 
Well street 

Gateside, east side of road leading 
to Renfrew 

Gauze street, from Smithhills street 
to Garthland street 

George place, east end of George 
street to Brown's lane 

George street, west side of 96 Cau- 
seyside to Broomlands 

Gilmuur street, from High street 
(Cross) north to New Sneddon 

Glasgow road, begins at Bast Toll 

Glen street, west side of Love st. 
to Caledonia street 

Glen lane, north side of 2.9 St. 
James street to Glen street 

Gordon's lane, east side of 32 Cau- 
seyside to Burn row 

Greenhill, north-west side of Un- 
derwood street 

Greenlaw, north of Garthland street 

Greenlaw street, east end of North 
Croft eastward 

Greenock road, continuation of 
Caledonia street 

HAMILTON place, 78 New Sneddon 

Hamilton street (Great), (by Cal- 
side) east side of Calside by Doves- 
land 

Hamilton street, west side of; Ren- 
frew street to river 

Harbour lane, east side of 92 New 
Sneddon to Quay 

Harbour (New), Carlile place 

Highland lane, south side of South 
Croft 

High street, west end of Old Bridge 
to Wellmeadow 

Hospital lane, west side of 6 New 
Sneddon to Back Sneddon 

Hunter street, west side of 22 Moss 
street 

INCH IN NAN road, continuation 
of Love street 



PAISLEY STREET GUIDE. 



Inkle street, from Lawn street, 
to east end of Gauze street 

JOHNSTONE road, begins at West 

Toll 
John street, north side of 72 

Broomlands 

KILNCHOFT lane, east side of 
Carriagehill 

King street, from Saucel to Canal 

King street, north side of 76 Broom- 
lands, opposite to Queen street 

Knox street, from 4-7 Broomlands 
to West Campbell street 

LADY lane, west end of High st. 

to Canal street 
Lawn street, head of Gauze st. 

to Wallneuk 
Laigh Kirk lane, west side of 110 

Causeyside 
Lonend, from Saucel to Blackball 

Buildings 
Love street, from St. James place 

to Nethercommon 
Lowndes' lane, east side of 78 New 

Sneddon to the river 
Lylesland, from Neilston street to 

Carriagehill 
Lynedoch street, west side of llen- 

frew street to river 

MACDOWALL street, west side 
of Caledonia street westward 

M'Farlane's lane, north side of 
North Croft to Niddry street 

M'Leod's buildings (Smithhills), 
east end of Old Bridge 

Marshall's lane, north side of Or- 
chard street to river 

Mary street, west side of Carriage- 
hill 

Maxwell street, east side of Love 
street to Back Sneddon 

Maxwellton, east of Ferguslie, 
Back row 

Maxwellton street, south side of 13 
Broomlands to Cowieston 

Meeting House lane, west side of 
14 Moss street to Oakshaw street 

Middle lane, west side of 11 New 
Sneddon to Back Sneddon 

Millarston, west end of Ferguslie 



Millar street, east side of Mill 

street 
Mill street, east end of Gauze st. 

to Seedhill 
Moncrieff street, east side of 71 

Love street to Back Sneddon 
Moss street, from Cross Steeple to 

Old Sneddon 

NIDDRY street, west side of Ren- 
frew street to river 
Neil street, from Cowieston to 

Canal Bridge 
Neilston street (Burgh), from head 

of Causeyside to Lylesland 
Neilston street (by Calside), east 

side of Calside 
Nethercommon, from Love street 

northward 
New Smithhills, north side of i 

Smithhills to West Croft 
New Sneddon, north side of Old 

Sneddon to Cartvale 
New street, south side of 28 High 

street to Causeyside 
Newlon street, from Cowieston 

westward to Maxwellton 
North street, east side of Love st. 

to Back Sneddon 

OAKSHAW street, from head of 
School wynd to the John Neil- 
son Institution 

Oakshawhead, north of the John 
Neilson Institution, by Oakshaw 
street 

Old Sneddon, foot of Moss street to 
Sneddon Bridge 

Orchard street, east side of 18 Cau- 
seyside to Gordon's lane 

Orr square, north side of 81 High 
street 

Orr street, north side of 81 High 
street to Oakshaw street 

Orr street (South), from Neilston 
street to Espedair street 

Orr Town, south side of Mary st. 

PARK place, east side of Calside 

Potterhill, southward of Oarriage-. 
hill 

Prince's street, north side of Under- 
wood street 

Prussia street, east side of 25 Cau- 
seyside to Gordon's lane 



10 



PAISLEY STREET GUIDE. 



QUAY lane, east side of 88 New 

Sneddon to Quay 
Queen street, south side of 7 

Broomlands to George street 

RALSTON square, south side of 50 
George street 

Eenfrew road, continuation of Ren- 
frew street 

Eenfrew street, north end of East 
Croft to Gateside 

Rowan street, east side of Lylesland 

SANDHOLES, head of Well street 

to King street 
Saucel, east end of Gordon's lane to 

Lonend 
School wynd, west side of 6 Moss 

street to Oakshaw street 
Seedhill, from Cart street eastward 
Shuttle street, south side of 30 New 

street to Brown's lane 
Silk street, east side of Lawn street 

to Gauze street 
Sir Michael street, south side of 24 

George street to Canal street 
Smith's lane, north-east side of 72 

New Sneddon to river 
Smith street, from Stock street to 

Neilston street (Calside) 
Smithhills, from east end of Old 

Bridge to Gauze street 
Snodgrass' lane, Seedhill 
Stevenson street, head of 63 Cau- 

seyside (west side) 
Slirling street, west side of Calside 
St. James place, from foot of Mess 

street to Love street 
St. James street, from Love street to 

Underwood street 
Stock street, west side of Lylesland 

to Calside 
Stcney Brae, from Oakshaw street 

to St. James street 
Storie street, south side of 37 High 

street to Canal street 
Stow place, foot of Storie street to 

Stow street 
Stow street, west side of 80 Causey- 
side to Stow place 
St. Mirren street, from Cross to 

Cau.seyside 



TERRACE Buildings, 109 High 

street, and fronting River, west 

end of Old Bridge 
Thomas street, north side of 36 

Ferguslie 
Thread street, from Bank street to 

Cart street 
Twigi^'s lane, north side of 62 New 

Sneddon to river 

UNDERWOOD lane, from 21 Well 
street eastward 

Underwood street, from St. James 
street to foot of Well street 

Union street, north side of Under- 
wood street 

Union street, south side of Stock 
street 

VICTORIA place. Lady lane 

WALLACE street, east side of 50 
Love street to Carlile place 

Wallneuk, north end of Lawn street 
to East Croft street 

Wardrop St., south side of George 
street to Canal street 

Water brae (Burgh), foot of St. 
Mirren street to river 

Water brae (I'^ew Town), west side 
of 4 New Smithhills to river 

Water lane, south side of Maxwell- 
ton 

Waterloo place, 2 Gilmour street 

Wellington place. Caledonia street 

Wellington street, west side of 
Caledonia street 

Wellmeadow, west end of High st. 
to Broomlands 

Well street, north side of 27 Well- 
meadow street 

West brae, north side of 31 Well- 
meadow to Oakshaw street 

West st, south side of 20 Broom- 
lands to Newton street 

Williamsburgh, east end of Garth- 
land street to East Toll Bar 

Wilham street, north side of 68 
Broomlands 

Wilson's place, from Seedhill Mill to 
Clark's place 



ADVERTISEMENTS, 



MUM BEOWI L Sei 



MANUFACTURE AT THE 



FERGUSLIE FIRE CLAY WORKS, 
PAISLEY, 



l^'iRE B-'ICKS, including White Pac- 
ing Fire Bricks of Every Design. 

Glazed Sewer Pipes, with the 
Usual Socket Joints, and accord- 
ing to Jennings' Patent. 

White Enamelled Fire Bricks. 
Do. Do. Tiles for 

Lining Walls. 

Ornamental Chimney Cans. 

Vent Linings and Oncomings. 

■Joist Shields. 

Balusters. 

Wall Coping. 

Ornamental Rybats, <tc.,for doofs, 
windows, and corners of houses. 

Garden Bordeks. 



Stable Bricks. 
Finials. 

Channel Blocks. 
Inyerted Sewer Blocks. 
Ridge Tiles, Plain and Ornamental, 
Flooring Tiles— Hexagon, Octa- 
gon, and Square. 
Flue Covers, of all Sizes. 
Gas Retorts. 

Cattle Troughs, of all Sizes. 
Horse Mangers. 
Flower Vases and Stands. 
Ground Fire Clay. 
Byre Gutter Blocks. 
Milk Coolers. 



And all Articles made of Fire Clay, of the most Superior Quality. 



They also Manufacture at the 

CALEDONIA AKD SHORTROOSS 
BilCK « DRAIN PIPE 1^ TILE WORKS, PAISLEY, 

DRAIN PIPES FOR FIELD DRAINAGE, from 
One-and-a-half Incli Bore and upwards. 

COLLARS FOIt DRAIN PIPES. 

OPEN OR HORSE-SHOE DRAIN TILES, of the 
Various Sizes. 

ROOFING TILES. 

MACHINE-MADE RED BUILDING BRICKS. 



The G-cods WanibfaGtured, at these W'or'ks are all 
of the best Quality. (Prioee for delivery at the "W or'ks, 
or on 'Qoard of Vessels and I^aiVway Q^ruaks at (Paisley, 
be given on application, along with any other 



will 



information that may be zuanted. 

Ferguslie Fire Clay Works, and 

Caledonia andShortroods Brick and Drain Tile Works, 

Paisley, 1870. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JOHN MUIR, 

ACCOUNTANT, 

^$\m iuUt, mi §mmmu $^pnt, 

23 MOSS STREET, 

SBQTJESTHATIONS, TRITST DBBDS^ 

1PRIVATE ARRANGEMENTS WITH CREDITORS, BOOKS 
BALANCED^ DEBTS RECOVERED, MONIES INVESTED, 
PARTNERSHIPS NEGOTIATED, PROPERTIES SOLD, LET, 
AND RENTS COLLECTED, IN TOWN AND COUNTRY. 

AGENT FOR 

piwr|j00l Mil g;0ii[|0i mi i 

FIIEIE A^D LIFE HTSITHAITCE OFFICE, 

AND THE 



ASSURANCE OFFICE. 






Gentlemen In Situations of Trust, requiring to give 
Bonds of Security, will find the Premiums Moderate ; and, 
when joined with Life Insurance, the Guarantee Premiums 
are considerably reduced. 

.JT.S'—'^he EUIfO(PEJ:JT is the Only Booiety author 

rised by (Parliament to Guarantee the Fidelity 

of Government Officials, 



GENERAL DIRECTORY 

FOR PAISLEY. 



1870-71. 



ABBEY CHURCH, 16 Smithhills-^erected in the year 

1160 — keys to be had at James Murray's, church 

officer, 12 Abbey close. 
Abbey Asylum, Crow road, Calside— C. W. Laing, 

superintendent 
Abbey Parish Poorhouse, Crow road, Calside— C. W. 

Laing, governor — Eobert Robertson, inspector 
Abbey Poor-rates office, 22 Smithhills— Robert Oliver, 

collector 
Abbey Sounding Aisle, 9 Abbey close— James Murray, 12 

Abbey close, keeper 
Abercorn Foundry Company, iron-founders. North Croft 
Abercrombie & Craig, engineers, millwrights, and machine 

makers. Lady Lane Works 
Abercrombie, Robert, of Abercrombie & Craig, Castlehead 
Abercrombie, William, agent, Union Bank of Scotland, 3 

Gilmour street — residence, Union Bank of Scotland 

— ^house, 2 Dyers' wynd 
Adam, Alexander, chimney sweep, 14 Smithhills 
Adam, James, flesher, 20 Causeyside 
Adam, James, jun., at James Adam & Son's, agent for the 

London and General Plate Glass Insurance Company, 

7 Gilmour street 
Adam, James, of James Adam & Son, 16 Moss street 

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Adam, James, & Sohj glass merchants, glaziers, emLossers^ 

gilders, and ortiatnental workers on glass, 7 Gilmoiir st. 
Adam, James, Town Chamberlain, County huildings^^- 

housBj 77 High street 
Adam, James, farmer, West Barnhill 
Adam, John, medical galvanist and druggist, 56 High street 

and 67 Broomlands— ^house, 67 Broomlands 
Adam; John R., of M'Creadie & Adam, 26 Orchatd street 
Adam, Miss, crape and feathers dressed, furs cleaned and 

repaired, 11 Old Smithhills 
Adam, Mrs, furnisher, 38 Moss street 
Adam, Mrs, green grocer, 23 Gauze street— lioUse, 82 

Cotton street 
Adam, Robert, grocer, 15 Old Smithhills— 'house, 10 Back 

Sneddon 
Adam, Robert, wine and spirit merchant; Turf Tavern, 8 

Orchard street 
Adam, Robert, weaver, 1 Renfrew street 
Adam, William, gtocer and spirit dealer^ 51 Caledonia st^ 
Adam, William, warper, 27 Canal street 
Adams, James, boot and shoemaker, 55 Causeyside— » 

house, 8 Cairia^^ehill — (See advertisement) 
Adamson, Andrew, 55 Broomlands 
Adelphi Cotton Spinning Mill, 78 New Sneddon 
Agnew, H. C, cabinetmaker and upholsterer, 49 High 

street — workshop, 62 do, 
Aikman, J. & G., shawl-washers, scourers, aftd finishers,, 

Cumberland Works, Cumberland place - — house, 

Camphill 
Aird, John, gardener, 3 Albion street 
Aitken, Elizabeth, of Coats & Aitken, 9 Castle street 
Aitken, James, grocer, 7 Orchard street 
Aitken, James, 101 Causeyside 
Aitken, John R., cowfeeder, 61 George street 
Aitken, Mrs, milliner, 101 Causeyside— house, 99 do. 
Aitken, William, chaplain of Burgh Poorhouse, 9 Castle bL 
Aitken, Wm., clerk at A. F. Craig & Co.'s, 18 Well st. 
Alcorn, James, goods agent, Canal Company, 2b Ladj 

lane 
Alexander, James j feuar, 67 High street 



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Alexander, John, of J. & W. Alexander, 9 Neilston street 
Alexander, J. & W., joiners, weavers' wriglits, and machine 

makers, Barterholm Roadhead 
Alexander, Rohert, spirit dealer, 7 Renfrew street 
Alexander, Thomas, officer. New Jerusalem Church, 11 

George street 
Alexander, William, of J. & W. Alexander, 1 South Orr st, 
Algie, Wilham, farmer. Old Mains 
Allan, Mrs Alexander, flesher, 26 Moss street — house, 

46 do. 
Allan, Hugh, spirit dealer, 68 George street 
Allan, John, gas inspector, 53 High street 
Allan, John S., grocer and provision merchant, 18 George 

street^iouse, 14 Wardrop street 
Allan, Robert, potg^to merchant, 3 St. James street — -house, 

34 do, 
Allison, Alexander, flesher, 34 High street 
Allison, James, tailor, 95 Causeyside 
AlHsou, John, fruiterer, 22 and 45 Causeyside — chouse, 

45 do. 
Allison, Rohert, warper, 19 Gauze street 
Allison, Walter, late wood merchant, 3 William street 
Allison, William, timber merchant, Victoria Saw Mills, 22 

Love street — house, Cartvale House, Love street 
Anderson, Ebenezer, of J. & E, Anderson, 6 New street 
Anderson, Cams, clerk. City of Glasgow Bank, 16 Gilmour 

street 
Anderson, David, janitor of the John Neilson Institution, 

Gate Lodge 
Anderson, George, flesher, 12 Moss street 
Anderson, Henry, clerk with William Wallace, joiner, 27 

Broomlands— -house, 13 Millarston 
Anderson, James, bookseller, 60 High street 
Anderson, James, feuar, 21 Inkle street 
Anderson, James, jun., clerk at Troegel & Co.'s, 36 Ingram 

street, Glasgow — .house, 6 George street 
Anderson, James, tailor, clothier, and hatter, 16 Gilmour 

street — house, 25 Oakshaw street — (See advertisement) 
Anderson, James, of James Anderson & Co., 6 George st. 
Anderson, James, of J. & E. Anderson, 8 Orchard street 



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Anderson, James, & Co., thread manufacturers and yarn 

twisters, 9 New street 
Anderson, J. & E., joiners and funeral undertakers, 6 New 

street — (See advertisement) 
Anderson, John, clerk to James Caldwell, writer, 27 Max- 

wellton street 
Anderson, John, feuar, 29 Gauze street 
Anderson, John, fruit merchant, 6 Wellmeadow — house, 

40 do. 
Anderson, John, wholesale wine and spirit merchant, 5 St. 

Mirren street 
Anderson, Miss, fishmonger, 12 Moss street 
Anderson, Mrs, furnisher, 21 Old Smithhills— house, 7 

New Smithhills 
Anderson, Mrs James, 71 Love street 
Anderson, Mrs John, 16 Gilmour street 
Anderson, Robert, of Anderson & Wallach) Glasgow 
Anderson, Robert, officer Baptist Church, 154 George 

street — house, 18 Barclay street 
Anderson & Wallach, oil and stearine manufacturers, Aber- 

corn Oil Works — Glasgow office, Virginia buildings 
Anderson, William, grocer, and grain and seed merchant, 

75 Love street — house, 1 Maxwell street 
Anderson, William, flesher, 5 Broomlands — house, 28 

Wellmeadow 
Andrew, James, farmer, Bushes 
Andrew, Robert & Hugh, farmers, Allans 
Andrew, William, spirit merchant, 96 Causeyside — house, 

24 George street 
Andrews, John, draper, 100 High street — ^house, 101 do. 
Angler, Andrew F., clock warehouse, 13 Moss street 
Angus, John, sergeant County Police, 36 George street 
Archer, Henry, thatcher, 40 Causeyside 
Armour, Robert, commission agent, 16 Causeyside — house, 

Beuvue villa, Calside — (See advertisement) 
Armstrong, George, cabinetmaker, 14 Wellmeadow 
Armstrong & M'Nair, joiners and timber merchants, 2 

and 3 Prussia street 
Armstrong, John, of Armstrong & M'Nair, 8 Barclay 

street 



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Armstrong, Mary, grocer, 13 Gauze street 

Arndle, Hugh, gardener and contractor, Stonefield 

Arneil, James, farmer, Corsebar 

Arroll, Thomas, manager at J. & P. Coats', 9 Back row 

Arroll, Thomas, jun., spirit dealer, 37 Ferguslie 

Arthur, Archibald, manufacturer and embroiderer, 4 

Sandholes 
Arthur, James, manufacturer, 4 Barclay street 
Arthur, James, merchant, Glasgow,, Baishaw House, Glas- 
gow road 
Arthur, Mrs Archibald, cowfeeder, 22 Canal street 
Auld, John P., cabinetmaker and joiner, 81 Causeyside — ■ 

house,, 66 do. — (See advertisement). 
Auld, Miss, furnished lodgings, 2Q Orchard street 
Austin & M'Callum, milliners, 8 Gilmour street 
Ayton, David, collector of Gas Rates, 130 George street 
Ayton, Robert, grocer, 9 Neilston street 



BAILLIE, Robert, cowfeeder. Old Dovesland 
Bain, John, of William Bain & Co., 34 New Sneddon 
Bain, William, & Co., ironmongers, 109 High street 
Baine, John M'])., agent for Prudential Assurance Com-- 

pany, 22 Lady lane 
Baine, Peter, assistant Inspector of Poor, Burgh Parish, 8 

New Sneddon — house, 2 Maxwell street 
Baird, George, 13 Causeyside 
Baird, John, manufacturer, 43 George street 
Baird, John, of James Harvey & Co., Netherhill Plonse, 

Renfrew road 
Baird, Margaret,, milliner, 34 Moss street 
Baird, Miss Agnes, matron. Burgh Poorhouse 
Baird, Miss, lodgings, 43 George street 
Baird, Mrs Archibald, 22 St. James street 
Baird, WiUiam^ at David Speirs & Co.'s, 7 Wardrop 

street 
Baird, William, cabinetmaker and chairmaker,. 34 Gauze 

street — house, 20 Old Sneddon- 
Beaton, Mrs, midwife, 5 Storie street 
Beaton, William, beamer, Dovesland 
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Baird, "Williani, successor to Win. Stirling & Co., saddlers 
and harness makers, 86 High street — Chouse, 76 George 
street — (See advertisement) 
Balderston, John, mill manager, 1 Maxwell street 
Ealderston, Mrs James, 43 High street 
Balderston, Mrs John, tea merchant, 140 George street 
Balderston, Mrs John, 52 High street 
Balderston, Robert, manager at J. & J. Clark & Co.'s — - 

house, Lonend 
Balderston, William, Clark's court, Seedhill 
Baldwin, George, of Baldwin k Martin, 6 St. Mirren street 
Baldwin, Mrs, 82 High street 

Baldwin & Martin, engineers, smiths, millwrights, and 

bellhangers, 6 St. Mirren street — (See advertisement) 

Balfour, Alexander, wiiie and spirit merchant, 105 George 

street 
Ballantyne, James, clerk, City of Glasgow Bank, 54 

Causeyside 
Ballantyne, John, grocer and provision merchant, 2 High 
street, 70 Love street, and 54 Causeyside — house, 54 
Causeyside 
Ballantyne, Joseph, provision merchant, 24 Wellmeadow — 

house, 15 West brae 
Ballantyne, M., Berlin wool warehouse, 54 Causeyside 
Bank of Scotland, 8 St. Mirren street — John Hutcheson, 

agent 
Barbour, Alexander, coal dealer, 10 Orchard street 
Barbour, James, commission agent, 29 New Smithhills 
Barbour, John, bookseller, wholesale stationer, and news 

agent, 100 Causeyside 
Barbour, John, jun., bookseller, stationer, and engraver, 

1 Old Smithhills — (See advertisement) 
Barbour, Robert, umbrella manufacturer, 101 High street 

— house, 3 Back Sneddon 
Barbour, Thomas, grocer and spirit dealer, 23 Carriagehill 
Barbour, Mrs William, Saucel Bank 
Barbour, William R., clerk, Bank of Scotland, 99 Causey- 

side 
Barbour, William, gardener and cowfeeder, Nethercommon 
Barclay, James, merchant, Canal Bank 



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Barclay, James, of Gordon & Barclay, 28 St. James st. 
Barclay, John, of Craig, Fullerton, & Co., 2 Gateside 
Barclay, John, pastry cook, and temperance hotel, 19, 

Smithhills — (See advertisement) 
Barclay, Margaret, spirit dealer, 6 West Croft 
Barclay, Miss, 10 Gateside 
Barclay, Robert, Canal Bank 
Barr, Alexander, baker, 5 Love street 
Barr, Alexander, manager, Hawkhead Flour Mill 
Barr, Archibald, yarn merchant, 109 Causeyside — house,, 

Castlehead 
Barr, George, of Barrs k M'Caig, 11 Shuttle street 
Barr, Hugh, of Barrs & M'Caig, 11 Shuttle street 
Barr, James Buchanan, Justice of Peace Clerk's Office, 

County buildings — house. High Park 
Barr, James, grocer, 4 Newton street 
Barr, James, wright, glazier, and funeral undertaker,. 

Cawthorn court, Orr street — house, 79 High street 
Barr, John, baker, 24-J- Causeyside 
Barr, John, of Barr & Reid, 128 George street 
Baxr, John, wood turner, 10 Well street^house, 38 Well- 

meadow 
Barr, Littelus B., Quartermaster, Royal Renfrew IVIilitia, 

4 Garthland street 
Baxr & Reid, bobbin makers and wood turners, 61 and 62 

Canal street 
Barr, Robert, chemist and druggist. Apothecaries' Hall, 8 

High street (Cross)— house, Renfrew road 
Barr, William, broker, 24 New Smithhills 
Barrie, Samuel, 44 New street 
Barrs & M'Caig, masons and builders — stone yard, 11 

Shuttle street 
Bartlemore, John, writer. Clerk of the Peace, and Commis- 
sary Clerk, County Buildings— house, 50 Love street 
Barton, Robert John, grocer, 10 New Sneddon 
Bauchop, Wm., Stonefield 
Baynham, G. W., New Church, George street — house,, 

247 Sauchiehall street, Glasgow 
Beardmore, George, at Philips & Macfarlane's, Stonefield 
Beaton, John, shoemaker, 7 Cotton street 



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Beckett, Hugh, bookseller and china merchant, 1 9 George 

street 
Beckett, James, bookseller and news-agent, 109 High st. 
Beckett, Matthew, warehouseman, at John Morgan & Co.'s, 

12 Neilstou street 
Beckett, Miss, fancy repository, 101 High street — house, 

109 do. 
Begg, Alexander, of Dalziel & Begg, Castlehead 
Begg, Archibald, grocer, 83 Broomlands — house, 5 Castle 

street 
Begg, Daniel, foreman at William Forbes's, 15 Broom- 
lands 
Begg, David, house factor and insurance agent, 7 Sir 

Michael street 
Begg, David, jun., at J. M. Symington's, 6(j Love street 
Begg, James, grocer, 33 Storie street 
Begg, Mrs, 8 George street 

Beith, Peter, wool sizer and starcher, 99 Causeyside 
Bell, Archibald, silk, cotton, and wool dyer, 2 Smithhills 

— works, Stanley dyeworks, off Causeyside — house, 

Stanley place, 47 Causeyside — (See advertisement) 
Bell, David C, accountant. Union Bank of Scotland, 88, 

High street 
Bell, Hugh, cooper, 16 Old Sneddon 
Bell, John, broker, 1 Abbey close — house, 18 do. 
Bell, John, carrier, 12 Causeyside 
Bell, John, Mossvale Cottage, Greenock road 
Bell, Mrs E., grocer, 16 Orchard street 
Bell, Mrs, milliner, 19 Abbey close 
Bell, William J., commercial traveller, 42 Calside 
Berry, Misses, milliners and dressmakers, 75 High street 
Berry, William, grocer and spirit dealer, 75 High street 
Beveridge, Mrs, milliner, 24 Gauze street 
Biggar, Janet A., teacher Ragged School — house, 18 Oak-. 

shaw street 
Biggar, Mrs Thomas, 18 Oakshaw street 
Bird, Robert, governor of prison, County Buildings 
Bisset, Elizabeth, spirit dealer, 12 Ferguslie — house^ 

11 do, 
Bissland;^ Mrs, grocer and confectioner, 3 Wellmeadow 



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Black, Alexander, shoemaker, 45 George street 

Black, Daniel, clerk at James Carlile, Sons, «& Co., 1 

Hamilton street 
Black, Dani^lj house factor, and officer Free Middle Church, 

19 School wynd 
Black, Mrs David, 7 Blackhall buildings 
Bkck, Elizabeth, milliner and straw hat maker, 20 Causey- 
side — house, 7 Blackhall buildings 
Black, James, spirit dealer, 26 Carriagehill 
Black, Margaret, confectioner, 1 Storie street 
Black, Mrs Robert, wine and spirit merchant^ 7 Glw 

street 
Blackwood, Alexander, farmer, Bottom 
Blackwood, Matthew, joiner and timber merchant, 67 Lqy% 

street — house, 66 do. 
Blackwood, Robert, cowfeeder, 8 Glen street 
Blackwood, Robert, weaver, 3 Gai'thland street 
Blackwood, Thomas, sergeant-major Renfrewshire Ri0,e 

Volunteers, 26 George street 
Blackwood, William, flesher, 74 Love atreet 
Blair, Archibald, tailor and clothier, 1 8 High street 
Blair & Co., hat and cap mainufaQturei:s,, '4S High stre^ti 

— A. Simpson, manager 
Blair, Dugald, spirit dealer^ 78 Canal street 
Blair, James, grocer, Potterhill 
Blair, John M., cleyk to Campbell & Russell, 8 Higl\ 

street 
Blair, Matthew, clothier, draper, and hatter, 18 Causeyside 

— chouse, 104 do, 
Blair, Mrs Jobn, grocer and spirit dealer, 32 Wellnjeadow 
Blair, Robert, tailor, 37 George street 
Blair„ Thomas, carriage and omnibus proprietor, Carlil^ 

plaee, 72 New Sneddon. 
Blwv William, 16 Castle street 
BoQig, Allan, confectioner, 1 1 Storie street 
^oag, David, foreman to Rpbei^t Guthrio & Co., 2S. 

Niddry street 
Bonn?ir & Hamjlton, calenderers, hot pressors, finishers-j^ 

and packers, 15 Causeyside 
BoGP^r, John, of Bonu^i: <& H?<miltQn^ 3 E^st Crolt 



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Borland, Alexander, grocer and provision merchant, 53 

High street 
Borland, Alexander, spirit dealer, 20 Cotton street 
Bow, Joseph, ironfounder, 90 New Sneddon — house, 

85 do. 
Bowes, Mrs William, builder, and agent for Glasgow 

improved patent Asphalte Co., 26 St. James street 
Bowie, Allan, farmer, Collinslee, Neilston road 
Bowie, Andrew, spirit dealer, 11 Williamsburgh 
Bowie, James, manager to Robert Smith, hatter — ^house^ 

88 High street 
Bowie, John, farmer. West Dykebar, Barrhead road 
Bowie, John, potato merchant, 31 Glen street — store, 53 

Caledonia street 
Bowie, Walter K., cowfeeder, hay and straw merchant, 60 

High street 
Bowie, William and Walter, farmers, Blackbyres and 

Loganswraes — residence, Loganswraes 
Boyd, Alexander, accountant, Bank of Scotland, 117 

Causeyside 
Boyd, Duncan S., of James Boyd & Sons, 32 Oakshaw st, 
Boyd, Hugh, feuar, 26 Storie street 
Boyd, James, 61 Millarston 

Boyd, James, of James Boyd & vSons, 32 Oakshaw street 
Boyd, James, & Sons, hothouse builders and glass 

merchants, Macdowall street 
Boyd, James, baker, 66 Broomlands 
Boyd, James, glazier and painter, 42 New street — ^house, 

52 Storie street 
Boyd, John, of James Boyd & Sons, 32 Oakshaw street 
Boyd, Mrs Agues, 26 Carriagehill 
Boyd, Robert, accountant and insurance agent, 15 Gilmour 

street— house, Adelphi cottage, Love street 
Boyd, Thomas, baker, 103 Causeyside 
Boyd, William, 52 High street 
Boyd, William, farmer, Langcraigs 
Boyle, James, collector of burgh customs dues, 26 Lawn 

street 
Boyle, James, shoemaker, 37 Back Sneddon 
Boylcj J^mes, muQ ^nd spirit me]:cha,nt, 7 Mogs street 



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Boyle, John, general agent^ aiid mop and broom manufiic- 

ttirer, 13 and 51 Storie street — ^liotise, 51 do. 
Boyle, Right Hon. George Frederick, Earl of Glasgo^v^ 

Hawkhead Hottse, Paisley, Kelbnrne House, Larga, 

and The Garrison, Cumbrae 
Boyle, Robert, wine and spirit merchant; 43 Moss street 
Boyle, AYm, R., clerk to Charles Robb & Co., agent for tlie 

Caledonian Railway Company's Goods, 26 Lawn 

street 
Braid, Miss, teacher, 5 Garthland street 
Brand, John, at Robert Eaglesim's, 8 Storie street 
Braund, John, Inland Revenue Officer, 54 Storie street 
Brisbane, Ann, cowfeeder, 5 Cotton street 
British Linen Co.'s Bank, 17 Gilmour street — Hugla 

Macfarlane, agent 
Brock, John, gardener, 32 Storie street 
Brodie, David, distiller, Saucel Distillery^ Saucel 
Brodie, John, fruiterer and confectioner, 12 High street 
Brodie, Robert, assistant agent and accountant, National 

Bank, Carriagehill house 
Brodie, William, of Cowden and Brodie, 42 New street 
Brooks, James, hairdresser, 2 Gauze street 
Broom, John, traveller, with Robin k Houston, 3 Prince 

Edward street, Queen's Park, Glasgow 
Brough, David, draper and silk mercer, 109 High street — - 

house, 34 Oakshaw street 
Brough, John, grocer, 46 Millarston 
Brough, Peter, late merchant, 1 Oakshawhead 
Brown, Andrew, George place 
Brown, Andrew, of William Brown, jun., & Co., Egypt 

Park 
Brown, David, of William Brown & Son, photographers, 

4 Wardrop street 
Brown, George, hatter and brace and body belt manufac» 

turer, 87 High street — house. 38 New street 
Brown, George H., of William Brown, jun., & Co., Egypt 

Park 
Brown, Hugh, yarn merchant, 15 Causeyside — house, Egypt 

Park 
Brownj Hughj commetcial traveller, 32 Canal street 



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Brown, James Shaw, Burgh Inspector of poor — office, 8 

New Sneddon — house, 3 Back Sneddon 
Brown, James, teller, City of Glasgow Bank, 32 Cotton st. 
Brown, John Armour, of Brown & Poison, Sunnyside 
Brown, John, broker, 11 Broomlauds 
Brown, John, of Robert Brown & Son, Shortroods 
Brown, John, of Brown & Poison, 73 Causeyside 
Brown, John, of J. & J. Brown, 17 Abbey street 
Brown, J. & J., fleshers, 21 Smithhills 
Brown, Matthew, baker, Hawkhead Mills Bakery, 18 

Broomlands — house, 27 Oakshaw street 
Brown, M., hosier, 4 Moss street — house, 33 Oakshaw street 
Brown, Miss Elizabeth, teacher industrial department, 

Stow school, 13 Stow street 
Brown, Miss, dressmaker, 61 High street 
Brown, Mrs Hugh, baker, 56 Causeyside 
Brown, Mrs John, of J. & J. Brown, 21 Smithhills 
Brown & Poison, starch and corn flour manufacturers, 

Royal Starch Works, Collinslee and Carriagehill — 

(See advertisement) 
Brown, Rev. James, minister of St. James Street U.P, 

Church, 44 High street 
Brown, Robert, & Son, manufacturers of patent machine 

made bricks, drain pipes and tiles, Caledonia and 

Shortroods Works ; and of fire bricks, patent sewer 

pipes, &c., Ferguslie Fire-clay Works — town office 

Sneddon Bridge — (See advertisement) 
Brown, Robert, of Robert Brown & Son, Underwood Park 
Brown, Robert, tailor and clothier, 99 High street — 

house, do. 
Brown, Sharps, & Tyars, sewed muslin manufacturers, 166 

George street 
Brown, William, corkcutter, 95 High Street — ^house, 12 

Neilston street 
Brown, William, flesher, 25 Gauze street — house, 32 

Cotton street 
Brown, W. Berwick, grocer and tea merchant, 30 High 

street 
Brown, William, grocer and tea merchant, 37 High street 

.—house, 42 do. 



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Brown, "William, jun., & Co., silk and yarn merchants, 108 

Canseyside 
Brown, William>, Jun., jEesher, 61 Canseyside — -house, 1 

Lylesland 
Brown, William, of Brown & Poison, Sunnyside 
Brown, William, of William Brown & Son, photographers, 

4 Wardrop street 
Browti, William & Son> buckram and muslin manufac- 
turers, Colinslee Works 
Birown, William, & Son, photographers, 6 Gilmour street 
Browning, Alexander^ timber merchant, joiner, cartwright, 

and smith, 21 and 22 Orchard street— wood-yard and 

saW-mills, 23 do. — house, 14 Gordon's lane 
Browning, John, joiner, 3 Mill street 
Brownlie, William, manager, Glenfield Starch Works, and 

insurance agent, 50 Maxwellton — -house, Castlehead 
Brow^nridge, William, teacher, Free St. George's Mission 

School, Marshall's lane — house. Park Place, Calsid-e 
Brunton, William, LL.D., rector of Grammar School, 5 

Churchhill 
Bryce, James, joiner^ 1 1 North Croft — ^house, 12 Wardrop 

street 
Bryce, James, jun., of James Bryce & Sons, Greenock road 
Bryce, James, & Sons, joiners and timber merchants, 13 

and 14 Hunter street 
Bryce, John, farmer, Abbotsinch, Inchinnan road, and 

Loanhead 
Bryce, John, of James Bryce <& Sons, 64 Love street 
Bryson, Mrs. Andrew, milliner, 3 Lawn street 
Buchanan, Archibald, painter and paper-hanger, 82 High 

street-— house, 4 Barclay street 
Buchanan, David, at James Pollock & Co.'S) 22 Smithhills 
Buchanan, George, farmer, Hunterhill 
Buchanan, Henry, 25 Weil street 
Buchanan, James, druggist, 84 Broomlands 
Buchanan, John, weaver, 47 Broomlands 
Buchanan, John, wholesale and retail grocer and tea mer» 

chant, 16 W^ellmeadow 
Buchanan, Joseph, baker, 152 George street 
Buchanan, Misses, dressmakers, 56 Causeyside 

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Buchanan, Mrs Margaret, grocer, 5 Inkle street 

Buchanan, William, baker, 22 Smithhills 

Bulloch, John, Infirmary 

Burgess, Adam, foreman to Mrs Wm. Bowes, 4 Renfrew 
street. 

Burgh Parochial Board Offices, 9 New Sneddon — J. S. 
Brown, inspector 

Burnet, James, manager, 2 Stirling street 

Burns, Alexander, horse and shoe and common nail manu- 
facturer, 7 Abbey street 

Burns, George, hairdresser, 80 High street — ^honse, 39 do. 

Burns, James, grocer, 6 Williamsburgh 

Burns, John, broker, 6 Old Sneddon 

Bustard, Thomas, grocer and wholesale merchant, 17 North 
Croft 

CAIRNS5 Alexander & Robert, wholesale confectioners 

and general grocers, 2 High street — works, 32 do. — 

(See advertisement) 
Cairns, Alexander, of A. & R. Cairns, Castlehead 
Cairns, Robert, of A. & R. Cairns, 101 Causeyside 
Calderwood, Hugh, wine and spirit merchant, 94 New 

Sneddon— house, 57 Love street 
Caldwell, Alexander, flesher, 8 Cotton street 
Caldwell, David, manager, Abercorn Foundry Company, 

2 Hamilton street 
Caldwell & Co., booksellers, stationers, and printers, 44 

New street— printing office, 14 St. Mirren street — 

house, 2 Williamsburgh 
Caldwell, George, photographer, 7 Churchhill — house, 2 

Williamsburgh — (See advertisement) 
Caldwell, George, West Sandyford, Renfrew road 
Caldwell, Hugh, joiner, 7 Duke street, Dovesland 
Caldwell, James, wholesale and retail wine and spirit mer* 

chant, 10 Gilmour street — house, 3 County place 
Caldwell, James, Writer, Clerk of Supply, and collector of 

county rates, 33 Old Sneddon— house, Craigielea 

place, Blackstoun road 
Caldwell, Miss Janetj confectioner, 81 Broomlands 
Caldwell, Mrs James, 66 High street 



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Caldwell, Peter, of Campbell & Caldwell, 29 St. James st. 
Caldwell, Robert, rag and waste dealer, 9 Old Sneddon — 

house, 29 do. 
Caldwell, Thomas, 3 County place 

Caldwell, William, clerk. Railway Station, 11 Abercornst. 
Caldwell, W., of W. Caldwell & Co., Ludovic square, 

Johnstone 
Caldwell, W. & Co., drysalters, 5 Causeyside — store, 20 

Mill street 
Callander, Peter, teacher, 25 Orchard street 
Cal'ander, Thomas, spirit dealer, 30 Causeyside 
Cameron, Alexander, upholsterer and cabinetmaker, 40 

High street — house, do.— (See advertisement) 
Cameron, Andrew, Orderly Room Clerk, M. Staff Barracks, 

Williamsburgh 
Cameron, Duncan, wholesale and retail wine and spirit 

merchant, 2 New Sneddon — house, 3 do. 
Cameron, James, flesher, 9 St. James place — house, 21 St. 

James street 
Cameron, James, grocer and victualler, 24 New street — 

house, 9 Shuttle street 
Cameron, James, salesman at A. Fould's, jun., spirit mer- 
chant, 162 George street — house, 68 Causeyside 
Cameron, Peter, manufacturer, 2 Stirling street 
Cameron, Peter, 9 Storie street 
Cameron, Robert, traveller, 13 George street 
Cameron, Thomas Russell, surgeon-dentist, 28 Gauze 

street — (See advertisement) 
Campbell, Alexander, boot and shoe maker, 12 St. James 

place — -house, 26 Back Sneddon 
Campbell, Andrew, tobacco pipe maker, 10 Orchard street 
Campbell, Andrew, of D, & A. Campbell, 19 Storie 

street 
Campbell, Archibald, 41 Broomlands 
Campbell, D. & A., dyers, St. James dyework, St. James 

street 
Campbell, Daniel, broker, 29 Orchard street 
Campbell, David, writer, and agent of Clydesdale Banking 

Company, 7 High street — ^residence, Milton House^ 

Loye street 



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Campbell, D. M'G., of Campbell & CaldweU, 59 New 

Sneddon 
Campbell, Dugald, fieslier, 41 Ferguslie — house, 7 East lane 
Campbell, Duncan, farmer, Nethercraigs 
Campbell, Duncan, of D. & A. Campbell, 8 St. James 

street 
Campbell, Duncan, waste dealer, 38 Storle street 
Campbeill, Elizabeth, fruiterer and confectioner, 22 Lawn 

street 
Campbell & Caldwell, silk, cotton, and wool dyers, Cart- 

side Dye Works, 59 New Sneddon 
Campbell & Russell, writers, 7 High street 
Campbell, H., umbrella maker, 7 Old Smithhills 
Campbell, John, clerk at Campbell and Caldwell's,. 59 New 

Sneddon 
Campbell, John, clerk^ 2 South Orr street 
Campbell, John, late merchant,. 19 Queen sti-eet 
Campbell, J., milliner^ 53 High street 
Campbell, John, teacher, Hutclieson's charity school,. 44 

Oakshaw street 
Campbell, John, clerk to Campbell & Eussell, Mil ton; 

House, Love street 
Campbell, Mrs, grocer, 86 New Sneddon 
Campbell, Mrs Elizabeth, clog manufacturer, 6 St. Mirren- 

street 
Campbell, Noble, boot and shoemaker,, 19 Smithhills 
Campbell^ Robert, wine and spirit merchant, 27 Lawn street- 
Campbell, Robert, 1 Hamilton street 
Campbell, Thomas, flesher, 9 Moncrieif stieet 
Campbell, Thomas, law agent, 4 Moss street — -house, '2 

Caledonia street 
Campbell, Thomas, writer, notary public,. J. P. Procurator 

Fiscal, County Buildings (north end) 
Campbell, William, embroiderer, 2 Stirling street 
Campbell, William, jun., manufacturer, 1 C^mbefland 

court, Causeyside — house, 2 Stirling street 
Campbell, William, of Yuill & Campb&ll, Camphill 
Campbell, WilHam, wine and spirit merchant, 38 Hig^ 

street 
Canal Office, 18 Canal street— Hugh Cla^rkj managei^ 



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Canning, Peter, fleslier, 11 Glen street 

Canning, Robert, flesher, 76 High street 

Carlile, James, Sons, & Co., thread manufacturers, 13 

Carlile place, New Sneddon 
Carlile, William, of James Carlile, Sons, & Co., 13 

Carlile place, New Sneddon 
Carlile, Thomas, grocer and spirit dealer, 17 Old Smith- . 

hills — house, 37 Thread street 
Garmichael, Neil, farmer, Craigenfeoch 
Carmichael, Peter, baker, 47 High street 
Carswell, Allan, society officer, 51 Broomlands 
Carswell, David, bookbinder, 35 Storie street — ^(See 

advertisement) 
Carswell, John G., at William Johnston & Co.'s, Shuttle- 

street — house, 25 George street 
Carswell, John, lithographer, engraver, paper ruler, and 

bookbinder, 4 High street: — house, do. — (See adver- 
tisement) 
Carswell, Miss, 83 High street 
Carswell, Mary, dressmaker, 51 Broomlands 
Carter, Joseph, porter, National Bank, 13 Causeyside 
Carvey, Mrs, broker, 2 Bridge street 
Caskie, James, boot and shoemaker, . 24 Broomlands — 

house, 24 do. 
Cassells, William, at Robert Murdoch & Co.'s, 14 South. 

Croft, Paisley, and 21 Robertson Strset, Glasgow — ■. 

house, 17 Birnam terrace. Crossbill, Glasgow 
Cassidy, E., hosier and furnisher, 4 Gauze street 
Cattanach, Alexander, of James Stewart &.Co., Auchen- 

torlie House, Seedhill road 
Chalmers, James, grocer and spirit dealer, 13 Maxwelltonj 
Chalmers, James K., teacher, 7 West brae 
Chalmers, James, weaver, 2 Niddry street 
Chalmers, Mrs, midwife, 2 Storie street 
Chapman, Allan, farmer, North Arkleston, Glasgow road 
Cherry, Daniel, clerk at Thomas Gibb's, 4 Thread street 
Cheyne, Mrs Mary, draper, 13 Canal street' 
Christie, Alexander, No 1 letter-carrier, 86 Causeyside 
Christie, James, shawl cuttery .washer, and scourer, 14 audi 

1.5 Newton street — house, 32 Maxwelltoa, 



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Christie, Janet, draper, 45 New street — house, 11 

Wardrop street 
Christie, Robert, at William M'Intyre's, 36 Causeyside 
Christie, William, jobbing smith, 21 Underwood 
Church er, Alfred, Supervisor Inland Revenue, 33 Oak- 

shaw street 
City of Glasgow Bank, 2 Moss street — Alex. Pollock, jun., 
agent. (Temporary premises — Terrace buildings, 109 
High street) 
Clapperton, William & Co., thread manufacturers, 70 New 

Sneddon 
Clapperton, William, of William Clapperton & Co., 5 

Sandyford place, Glasgow 
Clark, Andrew, feuar. Well street 
Clark, Archibald, cowfeeder, 18 Great Hamilton street 
Clark & Co., thread manufacturers, Anchor Thread Works 

— counting house, Seedhill 
Clark, George A., of J. & J. Clark & Co. 
Clark, Hugh, manager of Glasgow, Paisley, and Johnstone 

Canal, 82 Oakshaw street 
Clark, James, & Co., Marshall's lane 
Clark, James, of J. & J. Clark & Co., Camphill 
Clark, J., & Co., Paisley thread works, Well street 
Clark, J. k J., & Co., thread manufacturers — counting 
house, Seedhill ; factories, Seedhill, Linside, Cumber- 
land, and Burnside 
Clark, John, baker, 4 Lawn street 
Clark, John, cardcutter, 95 Causeyside 
Clark, John, joiner, 13 Stevenson street 
Clark, John, of J. Clark & Co., 9 Well street 
Clark, John, of J. & J. Clark & Co., 3 Gateside 
Clark, Mrs, 3 Gateside 
Clark, Peter, spirit merchant, 10 Moss street 
Clark, Peter, teller, British Linen Co.'s Bank, 11 St James 

place 
Clark, Robert, cowfeeder, 24 Love street 
Clark, Robert, Corryville, Calside 
Clark, Stewart, of J. & J. Clark & Co., Oakshawside 
Clark & Turnbull, joiners and timber merchants, and saw 
mills, 12 Wallneuk 



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Clark, William, toll keeper, East Toll, Williamsburgli 
Clazy, Rev. George, minister, of the Reformed Presbyterian 

Church, 38 Oakshavv street 
Clelland, Mrs James, 70 Love street 

Climie, William, hotel-keeper, coach hirer, and funeral 

undertaker, Bull Inn, 5 New st. — (See advertisement) 

Clydesdale Banking Co., 7 High street (Cross) — David 

Campbell, agent 
Clydesdale, William, weaver, 8 South Campbell street 
Coats, Allan, of W. & A. Coats, Castlehead 
Coats & Aitken, drapers and hosiers, 2 Broomlands and 

55 Causeyside 
Coats, Archibald, of J. & P. Coats, 43 Oakshaw street 
Coats, Daniel, of Coats, Neilson, & Co., Thorn ^lill, John- 
stone, Woodside House 
Coats, George, of W. & A. Coats, 3 County place 
Coats, George, of Robert Cowan & Co., corn factors, 

Glasgow, Woodside House 
Coats, James, of J. & P. Coats, 3 Garthland place 
Coats, J. & P., thread manufacturers, Ferguslie 
Coats, Jervis, of Coats & Aitken, 13 George street 
Coats, Neilson, & Co., cotton spinners, Thorn Mill,. John- 
stone 
, Coats, Sir Peter, of J. & P. Coats, Woodside House 
Coats, Thomas, of J. & P. Coats, Ferguslie House 
Coats, W. & A., ham-curers and grocers, 68 Broomlands 
Coats, William, jun., of W. and A. Coats, Glenfield 
Coats, William, sen., 5 William street 
Cochran, Alexander, cowfeeder, 1 Lylesland 
Cochran, Alexander, farmer, Brediland, North Chain road 
Cochran, Andrew, warehouseman at Espedair weaving 

factory, 19 Storie Street 
Cochran, Hugh, flesher, 8 Love street — ^house, 68 do. 
Cochran, Hugh, of Pollock & Cochran, Barterholm 
Cochran, James, coal agent, 8 West Croft 
Cochran, James, grocer, 148 George street 
Cochran, James, calenderer, 112 Causeyside — house, 2 

Garthland lane 
Cochran, James, spirit merchant, 11 West Croft 
Cochran, James, surgeon, 21 Wellmeadow 



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Cochran, John, feuar, Potterhill 

Cochran, Michael, at William Philips & Co., Crossflat lodge 
Cochran & Walker, reed, lead, and patent heddle manu- 
facturers, 26 Causeyside 
Cochran, Miss Jessie, of Smith & Cochran, milliners and' 

dressmakers, 8 West Croft 
Cochran, Mrs James, of Cochran & Walker, 19 Storie st. 
Cochran, Mrs Robert, milliner, 26 New Smithhills 
Cochran, Peter, weaver, Falside 
Cochran, Robert, draper, 26 New Smithhills 
Cochran, Mrs Robert, sen., 19 Storie street 
Cochran, Robert, cabinetmaker, 22 Niddry street. 
Cochran, Robert, & Sou, power loom cloth manufacturers, 

Espedair Weaving Factory, 4-4 Gordon's lane 
Cochran, Robert, yarn agent, 15 Causeyside — house, Saucel 

Bank 
Cochran, Thomas, 30 Ferguslie 
Cochran, William, cashier, Saucel distillery, 3 King street, 

Saucel 
Cochran, William, feuar, High Park 
Cochran, William, plaid and shawl manufacturer, and 

general warehouseman, 7 St. Mirren street — house, 

21 Causeyside 
Cochran, Mrs William, spirit merchant, 22 New Smithhills 
Cockburn, Mrs John, wine and spirit merchant, 15 Gilmour 

street — house, 25 Moss street 
Cockburn, Joseph Binnie, sheriff officer, J. P. Constable, 

and private inquiry agent, 4 Moss street — ^house, 3 

Wardrop street 
ColHgan, Hugh, M.D., medical surgeon, 74. Broomlands — 

house, 9 Orr square 
Collins, Henry, boot and shoemaker, 86 High street 
Collins, James, broker, 11 Old Sneddon 
Colquhoun, George, spirit dealer, 17 Wellmeadow 
Colquhoun, John, farmer, and Government drainage com- . 

missioner, Corkerhill, Glasgow road 
Colquhoun, John, 31 Gauze street 
Colquhoun, Miss J., teacher of music, 31 Gauze street 
Colquhoun, Thomas, cooper, 22 Broomlaijds — house, 58 

George street „ 



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Colvin, Mrs, midwife, 24 Lawn street 

Comrie, James, tailor, 9 Old Smithhills — and eating house 

keeper, 14 do. 
Comrie, John, cowfeeder, 4 West Campbell street 
Comrie, John, of Picken & Comrie, 4 West Campbell st. 
Conacher, James, Inland Eevenue Officer, 8 Moss street 
Congalton, Robert, collector, police chambers, County 

Buildings — house, 21 St. James street 
Conlin, Michael, broker, 98 George street 
Connell, Alexander, spirit dealer, 23 Williamsburgh 
Connell, David, spirit dealer, 116 George street 
Connell, William, wine and spirit merchant, Commercial 

Hotel, 50 Moss street 
Connell, William, tailor, 11 Abbey street 
Connell, WiUiam, of Wallace & Connell, 240 Renfrew 

street, Glasgow 
Conway, Rev. James, catholic clergyman, 2 East Buchanan 

street 
Cook, Archibald, commission agent, 7 Gateside 
Cook, Mark, & Co., manufacturers, 111 Causeyside — works, 

10 Bridge street — house, 3 Millar street 
Cook, James, 6 Gateside "' 

Cook,. James, of J. & J. Cook, 86 High street 
Cook, J. & J., steam printers, and printers and publishers 

of the Paisley and Renfrewshire Gazette, 3 Moss street 
Cook, John, of J. & J. Cook, 71 South Portland street, 

Glasgow 
Cook, Thomas, feuar, 7 Gateside 
Cooper, James, cowfeeder, 1 Barclay street 
Copland & Foulis, civil engineers and gas engineers. 

Terrace buildings, Paisley, and 83 West Regent street, 

Glasgow, 
Copland, William Robertson, civil engineer. Terrace 

buildings. Paisley, and 83 West Regent street, Glas^ 

gow — house, 21 Sandyford place, Glasgow 
Costello, Patrick, Railway Arms Inn, 12 Gilmour street, 

and Canteen, Paisley Barracks — house, 12 Gilmour 

street 
Couper, John, tailor and clothier^ 105 High street (Cross) 

— house, 27 Ca^atle street 



34 PAISLEY. 



Cowan, Hugh, Sheriff-Substitute, Belmont cottage, Castle- 
head 
Cowan, John, of David Speirs & Co., 2 Park Circus place, 

Glasgow 
Cowan, John, spirit dealer, 7 Wallneuk — house, 17 Gauze 

street 
Cowan, Robert, flesher, 27 High street — house, Churchhill 

(See advertisement) 
Cowan, William, grocer and spirit dealer, 3 Maxwell 

street 
Cowden & Brodie, gas engineers, 15 South Croft 
Cowden, James, at M. Whitehill & Co., 14 Wardrop st. 
Cowden, John, of Mitchell & Cowden, 5 Lylesland 
Cowden, Thomas, of Cowden k Brodie, 3 Christie street 
Craig, A. F., & Co., engineers, Caledonia Engine Works, 

Macdowall street — house, 70 Love street 
Craig, Archibald, of Craig, Fullerton, & Co., 5 Gateside 
Craig, David, flesher, 22 Sandholes 
Cr^g, Fullerton, & Co., engineers, ironfounders, millwrights, 

and machine makers, Vulcan Works, Renfrew road 
Craig, Hugh, manufacturer, 28 Glen street — house, 10 do. 
Craig, James, of Abercrombie & Craig, 9 Wellmeadow 
Craig, John, foreman at John Young's, 4 St James place 

— ^house, 13 Caledonia street 
Craig, Margaret, cowfeeder, Castle Street 
Craig, Mrs Alexander, Ivy Bank, 47 Oakshaw street 
Craig, Mrs, cowfeeder, 13 Inkle street 
Craig, Mrs John, cowfeeder, 8 Neilston street, and 1 South 

Campbell street 
Craig, Mrs, 64 Love street 
Craig, Mrs Matthew, midwife, 12 Dyers' wynd 
Craig, Robert, Stonefield 

Craig, Robert, spirit merchant, 20 St. James street 
Craig, Thomas, carter, 1 1 New Smithhills 
Craig, William, spirit merchant, 17 Causeyside 
Craw, John, manager to John Morgan & Co., Wester Car- 

riagehill place 
Craw, William, silk, wool, and cotton dyer, Caledonia 

dyeworks, 33 Caledonia street — residence, Caledonia 

House 



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Clrawford, Dugald, tinsmith and gasfitter, 3 Maxwell street 
Crawford, Elizabeth O., china merchant, 47 Moss streetr^ — 

house, 6 do. 
Crawford, Gavin, boot maker, 92 High street — ^house, 

Victoria place, Lady lane 
Crawford, Hamilton, coppersmith, tinplate -worker, and 

gasfitter, 24 Causeyside 
Crawford, Hamilton, of Crawford & Ritchie, 23 Causey- 
side 
Crawford, James, farmer, Holehouse 
Crawford, James, officer, St. James Street U.P. Chnrch, 

27 Glen street 
Crawford, James, & Son, engineers, machinists, and 

wood-turners. Thistle Works, 8 Bridge street 
Crawford, James, of James Crawford & Son, 5 Orchard 

street 
Crawford, John S., professor of dancing and calisthenics, 4 

Old Smithhills 
Crawford, John, writer, 24 Abbey street 
Crawford, John K., of M. WhitehiU t& Co., PoUokshields 
Crawford, Matthew H., of James Crawford & Son, 6 

Barclay street 
Crawford, Misses, 24 Abbey street 
Crawford & Ritchie, power loom cloth manufacturers, 

Abercorn street 
Crawford, Robert, carter, 138 George street 
Crawford, Robert, foreman, Park place, Calside 
Crawford, William, calenderer, 105 Causeyside — house, do. 
Creilman, James, weaver, 3 Mary street 
Crichton, John L., manager at Brown & Poison's, Falside 
Crichton, Thomas, commercial traveller, 9 Gateside 
Crooks, William, confectioner, 8 Cotton street 
Cross, Mrs Andrew, trunk, parasol, and umbrella manu- 
facturer, 99 High street 
Cross, Mrs, muslin printer, 99 High street 
Crossley, James, of J. & W. Crossley, 12 Abbey close 
Crossley, J. & W., dyers and hank printers, 18 Abbey 

street 
Crouch, Rev. John, minister of Victoria place Baptist 

Church, 8 George street 



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Cruickshanks, Arthur, of A. S. Hamilton & Co., 48 High 

street 
Cullen, Tliomas, chemist, druggist, and dentist, 12 St. 

James place— house, 70 Love street— (See advertise. 

ment) 
Gumming, Mrs, draper, 19 Old Smithhills 
Gumming, William, carter, 17 Well street 
Gumming, Dugald, grocer, 21 Maxwellton street 
Cunningham^ Adam, spirit merchant, 36 High street- 
house, 49 do. 
Cunningham, Alexander, at John Yuill & Co.'s, 6 Lyles- 

land 
Cunningham, James, at WilHam M'Intyre*s, 16 George 

sti^et 
Cunningham, James, & Co., manufacturers, 116 Causey- 
side 
Cunningham, James, of James Cunningham & Co., 9 

Neilston street 
Cunningham, John, of John Cunningham & Son, Primrose 

Bank, High Carriagehill 
Cunningham, John, & Son, shawl manufacturers, 8 Forhes 

place 
Cunningham*, Mrs Daniel, 21 High street 
Cunningham, Mrs John, 88 High street 
Cunningham, Robert, of John Cunningham k Son, 36 

Causeyside 
Cunningham, T., tailor, 5 George street 
Cunningham, William, & Co., dyers> Abbey close 
Cunningham, William, of William Cunningham & Co., 2 

South Orr street 
Currie, Adam, of the Loundsdale Bleaching Company, 

Lounsdale 
Currie, David, officer Reformed Presbji^erian Church, 36 

Oakshaw street 
Currie, James, sheriff officer. Terrace Buildings, 109 High 

street 
Currie, Mrs John, spirit dealer, 9 School wynd 
Currie, William, 23 Niddry street 
Currie, William, jun., grocer and spirit merchant, 4 Ren* 

frew street — house, 23 Niddry street 



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Currie & Co., starch and corn flour manufacturers, Glen- 
field 

Cutlibertson, George, keeper Artizans' Institution, 1 High 
street 

Cutlibertson, John, grocer, 23 Gauze street — house, 32 
Cotton street 

Cuthbertson, Thomas, confectioner, 44 Moss street — 
house, 22 Underwood 

DALRYI^^PLE, James, of Wallace, Connell, & Co., 

plumbers, Gilmour street — house, 3 Glen street 
Dalziel, Andrew, feuar, 19 George street 
Dalziel & Begg, shawl manufacturers, 112 Causeyside 
Dalziel, James, 1st teller Bank of Scotland, Laurieston, 

Glasgow — house. Wester Carriagehill 
Dalziel, Miss, teacher, Stow School, 145 George street 
Dalziel, Jane, confectioner, 24 Causeyside — house, Steven- 
son street 
Dalziel, Mrs William, milliner, 145 George street 
Dalziel, Robert F., of Dalziel & Begg, Castlehead 
Darroch, Neil, gardener to T. W. Macalpine, Castlehead 
Davidson, George, clerk at Gas Works — house, at Gas 

Work lodge 
Deans, Francis, postmaster, Victoria place. Lady lane 
Deans, John, boot and shoemaker, 10 Wellmeadow — house, 

20 Sandholes 
Deans, Robert L., foreman of Gas Company's meter shop, 

12 Old Smitbhills 
Dempster, John, Baker, 25 High street 
Dearie, John, hair dresser, 8 Broomlands 
Denning, James, broker, 10 New Smithhills 
Devlin, Sarah, broker, 34 Wellmeadow 
Dick, David, mason and builder, 2 Glen lane — house, 23 

Glen street 
Dick, George, teacher, Carbrook street School, 32 Ferguslie 
Dick, J., lappet and harness clipper, Marshall's lane 
Dick, John, wright, 131 George street — house, 36 do, 
Dick, James, shawl merchant, 5 County place 
Dick, Matthew, photographer, 41 Wellmeadow 
Dick, Margaret, grocer, 89 Causeyside 

D 



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Dick, Robert, confectioner, 7 Glen street 

Dickie, E., china merchant, 21 Moss street — ^liouse, 65 

Broomlands 
Dickie, Horace W., teacher of Paisley Educational School, 

14 New Sneddon — ^lioiise, 6 Thread street 
Dickie, Thomas, grocer and spirit merchant, 12 Broomlands 
Dickie, William, parochial schoolmaster, Abbey Parish 

School — house, 6 Thread street 
Dickie, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 25 Moss street 
Dickson, Alexander, paymaster-sergeant, M. Staff Barracks, 

32 Thread street 
Dickson, James, gardener to Joseph Whitehead, Kilnside hOc 
Dickson, John, bookkeeper to Abercorn Foundry Co. 
Dickson, Mrs, spirit dealer, 110 George street 
Dickson, Richard, spirit dealer, 20 Abbey street 
Dickson, William, gardener to Thomas Coats of Ferguslie, 

3 Thomas street 
Dickson William, jun., gardener at Crossflat Nursery — ■ 

house, 4 Williamsburgh 
Dobbie, William, boot and shoemaker, 149 George street 

—house, 20 do. 
Dobie, George, tobacconist and candle manufacturer, 12 

High street — w^orkshop, 4, School wynd — house, 63 

Love street 
Dobie, George, 70 Love street 
Dobie, James, surgeon dentist, 8 St. James place — house, 

George place — (See advertisement) 
Dobson, Jeremiah, tailor and clothier, 3 Gauze street 
Dobson, William L., tailor and clothier, 24 Williamsburgh 
Dodds, Rev. James, minister of Abbey parish, 7 Garth - 

land place 
Donald, James, of Hanna, Donald, & Wilson, Riccartsbar 
Donald, James T., surgeon, 5 High street (Cross) — house, 

9 Orr square 
Donald, Mrs WiUiam, 10 Glen lane 
Donald, Thomas, house factor, and secretary Paisley In- 

vestment and Loan Society — office, 42 New street — 

house, 20 Newton street 
Donaldson, David, F.E.I. S., teacher of English, Grammar 

School and Academy — house, 4 Stow place. 



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Donaldson, David, station-master, Abercorn Railway 

Station. — ^house, do. 
Donaldson, Humphrey, smith, farrier, and plough maker^ 

1 Williamsburgh 
Donaldson, James, 27 Glen street 

Donaldson, John, boot and shoemaker, 6 Orcliard street 
Donaldson, John, veterinary surgeon, agricultural imple- 
ment maker, horse shoer, and general blacksmith, 6-i 

Love street 
Donaldson, Thomas, clerk at Goods Station, 6 Orchard st, 
Donnelly, Michael, spirit dealer, 4 St. Mirren street 
Dougall, John, clerk City of Glasgow Bank, 46 Broomlands 
Dougall, Mrs Robert, grocer, 46 Broomlands 
Douglas, Rev. James, M.A., of Linwood Church, 3 Castle 

street 
Downie, John, spirit dealer, 1 Carriagehill 
Drennan, John, boot and shoemaker, 34 Ferguslie 
Drennan, Robert, boot and shoemaker, 25 Causeyside— -- 

house, 2 Wardrop street 
Drennan, Thomas, provision merchant and ham curer, 5 

Silk street — house, do. 
Drennan, Wm., clerk at Hodge, Young, & Martin's, 14 

, Abercorn street 
Drew, Maria, fruiterer and confectioner, 21 Old Sneddon 
Drew, ]\Iichael, manager to J. & D. M'Nair & Co., Clark's, 

court, Seedhill 
Drew, Robert, 25 Gordon's lane 
Drewette, James, reporter^ and publishing and advertising 

agent of North British Daily Mail and Weekly Mail, 

4 County place — house, 4 Gauze street 
Drummond, Henry, clerk to Henry Hutton, carriage hirer, 

48 George street 
Drummond, James, architect, surveyor, and valuator, 36, 

High street 
Drummond, John, at Sacell Brewery, 5 Christie street 
Drummond, William, carter for Paisley Bread Association-, 

103 High street — house, 44 Moss street 
Drummond, William, grocer, 2 Old Sneddon 
prybrough, James, of Walker, Drybrough, & Oo,,^ 

Arkleston 



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Duff & Millar, watclimakers and jewellers, 20 High street 

Duncan, David, 59 Love street 

Duncan, James, farmer, Braeliead 

Duncan, Miss Mary, artificial flower maker, 12 George 

street 
Duncan, Rev. Eobert, Middle Parish — ^manse, 49 Love st. 
Duncan, William, commercial traveller, 22 New street 
Duncan, William, smith and ironmonger, 109 High street 

— house, 1 Inkle street 
Duncan, William, boot and shoemaker, 11 Carrriagehill ' 
Dunlop, George, cowfeeder, 13 Sir Michael street 
Dunlop, James, boot and shoemaker, 17 Queen street. 
Dunlop, John, farmer and grain dealer, 8 Glen lane 
Dunlop, John, wine and spirit merchant, 82 Broomlands 
Dunlop, Margaret, china merchant, 24 Causeyside — house, 

12 Neilston street 
Dunlop, Miss, dressmaker, 12 Neilston street 
Dunlop, Mrs, milliner and straw hat maker, 77 High street 
Dunlop, Rev. Adam, minister of the Tabeniacle, Canal 

street — house, Canal Bank Cottage 
Dunlop, Rev. Robert, minister of Storie street Reformed 

Presbyterian Church, 25 Gauze street 
Dunn, James Hamilton, writer, School of Art Buildings, 

County place — ^house, 57 Love street 
Dunnet, Misses, teachers of music, 3 Blackball buildings 
Dunsmore, John, clerk, Glenfield Starch Works, Castle- 
head 
Durning, John, broker, 77 High street 

EADIE, John, teacher, 45 Maxwellton 

Eadie, Robert, ironmonger, 94 High street— house, 13 

Abbey street 
Easton, William, olerk Goods Depot, Railway Station 
Eaglesim, Robert, draper and clothier, 1 High street — 

boqse, 12 Neilston street 
Edmiston, William, chemist and druggist, SQ High street 

— ^house, do. 
Edmiston, Alexander, spirit dealer, 4 Cotton street 
Edmiston, WilHam, spirit dealer, 32 George street 
Edmiston, William, spirit dealer, 34 Canal street 



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Edmonds, Robert, clerk, National Bank of Scotland, 

Blackhall buildings 
Edmonds, Robert, & Son, printers and printcutters, 

Marshall's lane — house, 17 Wardrop street 
Edwards, W., broker, 14 Broomlands 
Elder, Rev. Andrew, minister, of George street U.F. 

Church, 56 Canal street 
Elder, William, superintendent. Fountain Gardens, Love 

street 
Ellis, Mary, broker, 70 High street 
Equitable Co-operative Society, 5 Neilston road 
Erskine^ Andrew, cabinetmaker, 2 Lady lane — (See adver" 

tisement) 
Erskine, Jam,es, & Son, grocers, 43 Causeyside 
Erskine, James, of James Erskiue & Son, 43 Causeyside 
Erskine, James, & Son, singeing house, 42 Causeyside 
Erskine, John, grocer, 41 George street 
Erskine, Robert, general agent, and waste merchant, 50 

Storie street 
Erskine, Thomas, of James Erskine & Son, 83 Causey- 
side 
Ewart, Archibald, clogmaker, 90 Canal street 
Ewing, H. E. Crum, M.P. for Paisley— residence, Mains 

House, Milngavie 
Ewing, John, grocer, 52 Storie street 
Ewing, Mrs, grocer, 66 High street 
Ewing, William, provision merchant, 87 Causeyside 

FAIRLEY, George, pawnbroker, 7 Broomlands and 1 
Queen street — house, 31 Causeyside 

Fairley & Lochhead, pawnbrokers, 31 Causeyside and 1 
Gordon's lane 

Fairley, Thomas D., at J. &, J. Clark & Co.'s, 4 Garthland 
street 

Fairlie, Robert, spirit dealer, 9 Moss street 

Falconer, Joseph' A., officer, Oakshaw street U.P. Church, 
Meeting House brae 

Falconer, Miss Marion, pawnbroker, 35 High street 

^Falconer, Robert, of William Falconer &. Son, 83 Causey- 
side 



42 PAISLEY. 

Falconer, William, & Son, surgeons, 83 Canseyside 
Falconer, William, of William Falconer & Son, 83 

Canseyside 
Feclmey, David, sen., feuar, 107 George street 
Fechney, David, jun., grocer and spirit merchant, lOT 

George street 
Fechney, James, grocer and spirit merchant, 35 Fergus- 
he — house, 40 Broomlands 
Fergus, James, of J. & J. Fergus, accountaat and house 

factor, 61 Storie street 
Fergus, James, jun., of J. & J. Feigns, 61 Storie street 
Fergus, J. & J., wholesale grocers and tea merchants, 33 

High street — ^liouse, 61 Storie street 
Ferguslie Reading Room, 38 Ferguslie 
Ferguson, Angus, glazier, 106 Causeyside — ^house, 104 do. 
Ferguson, George, wine and spirit merchant, Washington 

Inn, 78 High street 
Ferguson, George, officer Evangelical Union Chapel, 11 

Back Sneddon 
Ferguson, John, clerk, Chaml>erlain*s office, County 

buildings — house, 32 Canal street 
Ferguson, Moses, eoal merchant. Western Coal Depot 
Ferguson, Moses, broker, 1 Ferguslie 
Ferguson, Robert, 32 Canal street 
Fernie, Archibald, house and sign painter, 16 George 

street and corner of Barclay street 
Femie, James, manufacturer, 18 King street 
Ferrie, James, commission agent, 7 Neilston street 
Ferrie & Murray, dyers, Linside dyeworks 
Ferrie, Robert, of Ferrie & Murray, 13 Thread street 
Ferrie, Robert, at John M'Keehnie & Co.'s, Carriagehili 

place 
Ferrie, Thomas, spirit merchant, 9 Old Smithhills 
Findlayson, William, tailor, 5 Storie street 
Finlayson, Mrs James, farmer, Mavisbank, Blackball road 
Finn, Nicholas, Quarter-Master Sergeant, Staff Barracks, 

14 Wardrop street 
Finston, Andrew, grocer and spirit dealer, 92 Causeyside 
Fisher, Andrew, Inspector of Weights and Measures for 

the Burgh, 81 New Sneddon 



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Fisher, Andrew, jun., of Fisher, Robertson, & Co., 81 
New Sneddon 

Fisher, George, of Fisher, Robertson, & Co.,Garthland lane 

Fisher, John, accountant, house-factor, and insurance agent, 
4 Causeyside — house, Craigielea — (See advertisement) 

Fisher, Robert, draper, 44 New street — house, 38 do. 

Fisher, Robertson, k Co., engineers, smiths, machine and 
tool makers, 1 Water brae and 2 Causeyside 

Fisher, Thomas, baker, 39 George street 

Fisher, -William, enterer, 65 George street 

Fisher, Thomas, wood carver, 24 High street 

Fitzpatrick, Valentine, cowfeeder, 87 New Sneddon 

Fleming, Andrew G., minister of the United Presbyterian 
Church, Thread street — house, 4 Underwood 

Fleming, Mrs, eating-house keeper, 22 Causeyside 

Fleming, David, shawl manufacturer, 109 Causeyside — 
house, 38 New street 

Fleming, James, victualler, 6 Smith street 

Fleming, Rev. John, chaplain of Paisley Prison, 56 Canal 
street 

Fleming, William, draper, 13 Gauze street 

Flett, Rev. Oliver, minister of Storie street Baptist Church, 
Falside 

Forbes, James T., 41 Oakshaw sti-eet 

Forbes, Mrs, Marchfield 

Forbes, William, carpet and rug manufacturer, 21 and 
22 Well street — chouse, 1 Underwood lane 

Forbes, William G., Marchfield 

Forrest, Capt., Adjutant Royal Renfrew Militia, Ibrox 
villas, Paisley road, Glasgow 

Forrest, Mrs, 10 Inkle street 

Forster, John, at James Harvey & Co.'s, 7 Burn row 

Forsyth, George, shoemaker, 69 High street 

Forsyth, Robert, shoemaker, 2 Neilston road 

Foulds, Alexander, coal merchant, Underwood depot- 
house, 10 Back Sneddon 

Foulds, Andrew, jun„ wine and spirit merchant, 88 High 
street and 162 George street — -house^ 20 Storie street 

Foulds, Andrew & Son, wholesale win^, ajii, spirit mer- 
chants, 5 Abbe^j- str^^t 



44 



Fonlds, Andrew, wine and spirit merchant, 4 Abbey street 

and 11 Abbey close — bouse, 4 Abbey street 
Foiilds, Andrew, dyer and scourer, 118 George street 
Foulds, John, manager of Town's Quarry, Mill street 
Foulds, William, at Andrew Foulds & Son's, 4 Abbey st. 
Foulds, William, wholesale wine and spirit merchant, 

24 George street, and 20 Old Sneddon — ^house, 19 

Oakshaw street 
Foote, Andrew, lithographer, 7 Smithhills 
France, Rev. William, minister of Oakshaw street U.P'. 

Church, 49 Oakshaw street 
France, Robert, farmer, Auldtown, Glasgow road 
Frauce, Samuel, farmer, Brownside, Barrhead road 
Fraser, Donald, M.B., CM., medical practitioner, 2 .New 

Smithhills 
Fraser, Hector, embroiderer and shawl printer, 10 Neilston 

street 
Fraser, James D., at James Dobie's, dentist, Wellpark 

place, Millport 
Fraser, James, letter-carrier, 35 George street 
Fraser, James Roy, teacher of music, 4 Old Smithhills — 

house, do. — (See advertisement) 
Fraser, Mrs, ladies' outfitter, 68 High street 
Fraser, Patrick, Sheriff of the County of Renfrew, 8 Moray 

place, Edinburgh 
Fraser, William, confectioner, 28 New Smithhills 
Fraser, William, spirit merchant, 11 New Sneddon 
"Fraser, Rev. William, minister of the Free Middle Churchy. 

The Manse, Underwood 
Free St. George's Mission Hall, Gordon's lane 
Fullerton, Alexander, of Craig, Fullerton, & Co., Fergusly 

House, Blackstoun road 
Fullerton, John, & Co., iron and composite shipbuilders,. 

Merksworth shipbuilding yard, Inchiunan road 
Fullerton, John, of John Fullerton & Co., Merksworth 

House, Inchinnan road 
Fulton, David, broker, 3 Silk street 
Fulton, James, 10 Back row, Ferguslie 
Fulton, James, clerk to Campbell & Russell, Glenfield 
;Pultpn, James, fruiterer ^nd confectioner, 79 Causeyside 



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Fulton, James, grocer, 79 Causeysicle — house, 1 Stow st. 
Fulton, John, grocer, 73 Broomlands 
Fulton, Joseph, of W. Fulton & Sons, Glen Cottage, Glen- 
field 
Fulton, Misses, milliners and furnishers, 2 Old Smithhills 

— house, 11 Wardrop street 
Fulton, Mrs, broker, 56 Storie Street 
Fulton, Mrs, furnished lodgings, 31 High street 
Fulton, Mrs James, grocer and ham-curer, 14 St Mirren 

street — house, 85 New Sneddon 
Fulton, Peter, officer Free South Church, 7 Lylesland 
Fulton & M'Elwee, ham-curers and provision merchants, 7 

Cotton street 
Fulton, Eobert, of Fulton & M'Elwee, 10 Abbey street 
Fulton, William, of William Fulton & Sons, The Glen 
Fulton, William, & Sons, scourers, finishers, and dyers of 
woollen fabrics, Glenfield 



GALBRAITH, Charles, boot and shoemaker, 28 St. James 

street — house, 25 do. 
Galbraith, James, funeral undertaker, and ofiicer Abbey 

close U.P. Church, 5 Abbey close 
Galbraith, John, baker, 37 Moss street 
Galbraith, John, spirit dealer, 8 Mid lane, Ferguslie^ 
Galbraith, Miss, 32 Oakshaw street 
Gallocher, James, broker, 22 Broomlands. 
Gallocher, John, victualler, 12 Old Smithhills—- hous:©,, 7 

Stow place 
Galletly, David, cutter at Robertson & M' Gibbon's^ 97 

High street 
Galloway, William, & Co., coal merchatiats, Stoney brae, 

west end of Hunter street — (See advertisement) 
Gait, James S., pawnbroker, 4 Gordon's lane, and 30 

Causeyside 
Gait, John, bricklayer, Gordon's lane — house, 29 Causey-^ 

side 
Gait, Mrs., 4 Gordon's lane 
Gait, William, chimney sweep, 94 High street 
Galvin, John, Inland Revenue Officer, 54 Storie street 



46 PAISLEY. 



Gardiner, Alexander, accountant, British Linen Co.'s Bank, 
and agent for tlae Lancashire Insurance Co., 3 Cale- 
donia street 
Gardner, A. & J. ISf., writers, 3 County place 
Gardner, Alexander, printer, bookseller, and stationer, 3 
Moss street — printing office, 9 do. — ^house, Greenhill 
cottage 
Gardner, Alexander, jun., publisher of the Paisley and Ren- 
frewshire Standard, Greenhill cottage 
Gardner, Andrew, hair cutter and toy shop, 10 and 12 St, 

Mirren street — house, 104 High street (Cross) 
Gardner, A. Neilson, of A. & J. N. Gardner, Nethercommon 

House 
Gardner, Archibald, ilesher, 54 Causeyside — house, 1 

Neilston road 
Gardner, Archibald, of A. & J. N. Gardner, Nethercommon 

House 
Gardner, James, joiner and cabinetmaker, 2 Inkle street — 

house, 5 Garthland lane — (See advertisement) 
Gardner, James, farmer. South Hillington 
Gardner, Matthew, 29 Glen street 
Gardner, Robert, cowfeeder, West Greenhill 
Gardner, William, officer of South Church, 6 South Camp» 

beU street 
Gardner, William, of Logan & Gardner, Greenhill cottage 
Garven, John, flesher, 13 Broomlands 
Garven, Mrs Anges, 3 Canal street 

Gemmell, James, tailor and clothier, 32 High street- 
house, 5 Wellmeadow 
Gemmell, Matthew, wine and spirit merchant, 104 Causey- 
side— house, 105 do. 
Gemmell, Matthew, cowfeeder, 13 Cotton street 
Gemmell, Malcolm, watchmaker and jeweller, 3 Well- 
meadow — house, 5 do. 
Gemmell & Co., truss and bandage makers, 12 Dyers' 

wynd 
Gemmell, Robert, manufacturer. Blackball Factory— house,. 

12 Neilston street 
Gibb, Andrew D., of Speirs & Gibb, 21 Caledonia street 
Gibb^ Archibald j turner, 12 West Campbell street 



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Gibb, Jolin, accountant, 10 West Campbell street 

Gibb, John, liosier, glover, and small ware merchant, 25 

and 26 High street — house, 26 do. — (See advertise- 

ment) 
Gibb, Mathew, & Co., manufacturers, 116 Causejside 
Gibb, Mathew, of Mathew Gibb & Co., 17 West street 
Gibb, Samuel, joiner and cabinetmaker, 93 High street — 

house, 35 Wellmeadow 
Gibb, Thomas, house factor, and officer High Church, 39 

New street 
Gibb, Thomas, printer and lithographer, 8 Forbes place — 

(See advertisement) 
Gibb, William, grocer, 10 Gauze street 
Gibbons, Thomas, spirit dealer, 18 Old Smithhills 
Gibson, Alexander, porter. No. 8, 21 High street 
Gibson, Andrew, grocer, and officer Primitive Methodist 

Chapel, 7 Bridge street 
Gibson, Andrew, baker, 38 High street 
Gibson, Cowan, manufacturer, 44 Storie street 
Gibson, David, & Co., hair cutters and news agents, 9 

Broomlands 
Gibson, Henry, bookseller and news agent, 44 Causeyside 
Gibson, Hugh, wine and spirit merchant, 23 Lawn 

street 
Gibson, James, storekeeper, Charleston Co-operative Store, 

Neilston road — house, 11 Carriagehill 
Gibson, James, wine and spirit merchant, 56 Causeyside — = 

house, do. 
Gibson, James, jun., clerk at Macfarlane & Co.'s, 56 

Causeyside 
Gibson, John, of Gibson, MacKellar, & Co., Wester 

Carriagehill place 
Gibson, MacKellar, & Co., wholesale shoe manufacturers, 

16 Causeyside 
Gibson, Mrs Andrew, cork cutter, 13 High street — house, 

22 Caledonia street 
Gibson, J. & A., grocers, 3 Broomlands 
Gibson, Robert, cellarman at Macfarlane and Co.'s, 29 

Lady lane — ^house, 28 Lady lane 
Gibson, Robert, clerk. Bank of Scotland, 51 Broomlands 



48 



Gibson, William, book-keeper to Dundas S. Porteous, 

Greenlaw street 
Gibson, William, family grocer and spirit merchant, 107 

and 108 High street (Cross) — house, 42 Oakshaw 

street 
Gilbertson, John, assistant surveyor of taxes, 1 Cotton 

street — ^house, Park place, Calside 
Gilchrist, Mrs John, millinery, baby linens, and ladies* 

underclothing, 94 High street 
Gilchrist, John, at J. & J. Clark & Co.'s, 94 High street 
Gilchrist, Kobert, hosier and general draper, 5 Moss street 

— house, 2 North Croft 
Gilchrist, Wm., ironmonger, 1 Broomlands 
Gildawie, John, superintendent of county police, Albion 

street 
Gilgour, Robert, clerk. Railway Station, 3 Cotton street 
Gillespie, James, slater, and superintendent fire brigade, 

43 Moss street — slate yard, 13 Old Sneddon 
Gillespie, William, slater, and slate merchant, 82 New 

Sneddon — ^house, 76 do. 
Gillies, John, baker, 41 Broomlands 
Gillison, J. A., of Duff & Millar, 20 High street 
Gilmour, Allan, baker, 82 Canal street 
Gilmour, Andrew, farmer, Hollybush 
Gilmour, David, insurance agent, 5 Causeyside — house, 

Camphill 
Gilmour, James, wine and spirit merchant, 13 Dyers' 

wynd — ^house, 2 South Croft 
Gilmour, James, at St Mirren's Soap Work, 51 Caledonia 

street 
Gilmour, John, grocer, spirit retailer, and general bottler, 

20 Moss street — house, do.— (See advertisement) 
Gilmour, John, overseer, Ralston, Glasgow road 
Gilmour, John, plumber and brassfounder, 42 and 48 High 

street — house, 48 do. 
Gilmour, John, farmer, Fulbar 
Gilmour, Matthew, smith, 32 High street — house, 36 

Moss street 
Gilmour, Miss M., confectioner, 90 High street — house, 32 

do. 



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Gilmour, Robert, carter and cowfeeder, 15 Seedhills 
Gilmour, Thomas, & Co., yarn merchants, 107 Causeyside 
Gilmour, William, shawl warehouse, 5 Causeyside — house, 

Camphill 
Gilmour, William, of Thomas Gilmour & Co., 1 Park 

place, Calside 
Gilmour, William, farmer, Leitehland 
Givan, James, tailor and clothier, 5 Moss street 
Givan, Wn;i., tailor and clothier, 103 High street (Cross) 
Glass, David, M.A., teacher of writing and mathematics, 

Grammar School and Academy, 31 Gaaze street 
Glass, John, traveller to Archd. Hastie, 9 Wellmeadow 
Glass, James, grocer, 24 Wellmeadow— house, 1 Castle st. 
Glass, John, 9 Wellmeadow 
Glassford, David, bookseller and stationer, 10 St Mirren 

street 
Glen, Allan, tailor, 9 Stow place 
Glen, Mrs, Castlehead 
Glen, Robert, tailor, 88 Causeyside 
Glen, Thomas, grain merchant and miller, Hawkhead Mills 

— residence, Thornhill House 
Glover, Isabella, furnisher, 8 Moss street — house, 53 High 

street 
Glover, William, ironmonger, plumber, tinsmith, and gas- 
fitter, 22 High street^ — house, 24 do. 
Goldie, Henry, & Son, tailors, 17 Sandholes 
Goldie, James, joiner, 11 Inkle street — house, 8 do. 
Gold, James, tailor, 16 Storie street 
Gold, Mrs, mangier, 39 New street 
Gollan, Roderick, first-class Instructor of Musketry, 

Millarston 
Good, William, 2 Barclay street 
Goodlet, Thomas, temperance hotel, 100 High street 
Goold, James, clothier and draper, 47 Moss street — house, 

8 Lawn street 
Goold, John, grocer and spirit dealer, 16 Storie street 
Goold, William, feuar, 19 Lawn street 
Gordon & Barclay, sculptors and builders, Broomlands, 

opposite Cemetery gate — (See advertisement) 
Gordon, David, broker, 8 Broomlands 



50 fAlStEY. 



Gordon, Georg'e, funeral undertaker, 7 New street — house, 

do.—- (!S^e advertisement) 
Gordon, George, refreshment rooms, 149 George street 
Gordon, John, of Gordon & Barclay, 57 Broomlands 
Gordon', John, mason, 9 Cross street 
Gordon, Mary, dressmaker, 93 Causeyside 
Gordon, Miss M., milliner and dressmaker, 9 High street, 

(Cross) 
Gbudie, James, bookseller and stationer, and news agent, 

24 High street — house, do. 
Goudie, James, cooper, 43 High street— house, do. — (See 

advertisement) 
Goudie, Robert, cooper, Macdowall street 
Goudie, William, cooper, 49 High street 
Gowan, Ann, grocer, 15 Great Hamilton street 
Graham, Alexander, brewer, of Sacell Erewery Company^ 

8 Saucel 
Graham, Archibald F., at Sacell Brewery, 9 Saucel 
Graham, Edward^ Episdopal Chtirch officer, 3 Maxwell 

street 
Graham, Mrs Jane, grocer, 72 Canal street 
Graham, Mrs, cowfeeder^ 7 Old SmitKhills 
Graham, Mrs, grocer, 17 Ferguslie 
Graham, James, 34 Ndw Sneddon 
Graham, John, cutter at James Goold's, 47 Moss street, 

3 Barclay street 
Graham, Robert, of T. &; H. Gtaham^ 12 Abbey street 
Graham, T. & R., lithographers by steam power, 4 Bridge 

street 
Graham, Thomas, of T. & R* Graham, 6 Garthland 

street 
Graham, Thomas, & Co., clothiers, hatters, and drapers, 

2 County place 
Graham, Thomas, Carlile place, 33 New Sneddon 
Graham, Thomas, jim., of Thomas Graham & Co., 

35 New Sneddon 
Graham, Thomas, M.Di,, 34 Gauze street 
Graham, William, clerk at the Savings Bank, 72 Canal 

street 
Granger, Thomas^ draper, 4 Silk street 



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Gray, James, carrier, Paisley, Beith, and Eilbirnie— quar-, 

ters, 12 Canseyside 
Gray, James, cowfeeder, Crow road 
Gray, Margaret, gardener, QQ Canseyside 
Gray, Wi'lliam, gardener, West Craigielea -- shop, 69i 

Broomlands 
Gray, William, spirit dealer, 72 Canseyside 
Green, Joseph, chimney sweep, Abbey close^ 
Greenlees, Hngh, Stanley -place, 50 Canseyside 
Greenlees, John, of Matthew Greenlees & Son, Castlehead 
Greenlees, John, of Thomas Greenlees & Co,, Calside 
Greenlees, Matthew, & Son, mannfacturers, 7 and 8 Forbes, 

place 
Greenlees, Matthew,, of Matthew Greenlees & Son, Castle^ 

head 
Greenlees, Thomas, & Co., silk, yarn, and cloth merchants,, 

13 Canseyside 
Greenlees, Thomas, of Thomas Greenlees & Co.,, 

Calside 
Grice, John, grocer, 4 Neilston road 
Grierson, John, foreman at Walker, Son, & Co.'s,^ 13. 

Barclay street 
Grieve, Jane, milliner and straw-ha,t niaker, 76; High 

^street 
Grieve, Robert, cowfeeder. High Carriagehill 
Grieve, Robert, sen., gardener, 1 Union street 
Gnilleaume, Mrs, 15 Ganze street 
Gnilleaume, Peter, agent. National Bank of Scotland— . 

house, 1 Fo>'bes place 
Guthrie, Miss, dressmaker, 1 St. James street 
Guthrie, Miss, 7 Silk street 
Guthrie, Mrs, furniture warehouse, 80 High street — house, 

1 Orr square 
Guthrie, Robert, & Co., shawl manufacturers, 2 Canseyside. 
Guthrie, Robert, of Robert Guthrie and Co., Fairy Knowe,, 

Castlehead 
Guthrie, W., & Co., coal merchants, 10 Wellmeadow,- 
Guy, Mrs, midwife, 4 West Buchanan street 



02 . PAISLEY. 



HAGARTY, Joseph, hair dresser, 3 New street — house, 

25 Orchard street 
Hair, James, manufacturer, 15 Causeyside — house, 70 

Canal street 
Ilair, Miss, teacher, 11 Lawn street 
Hair, Robert B., manufacturer, 15 Causeyside — house, 85 

High street 
Halden, Francis, manufacturer, 112 Causeyside 
Halden, James, draper, 36 Causeyside 
Hall, John, Inland Revenue OiHcer, 11 Barclay street 
Halliday, George, shoemaker, 25 Queen street 
Hamilton, Adam, & Sons, bleachers, and starch manu- 
facturers, Works, Blackland Mill, and Gleniffer 
Hamilton, A. S., & Co., manufacturers, 8 Causeyside 
Hamilton, A. S., of A. S. Hamilton & Co., 143 George 

street 
Hamilton, David E., printer, 2 New street — house, 17 

Wardrop street 
Hamilton, David, teacher, Neilson Institution, 58 Storie st. 
Hamilton, George, of Adam Hamilton & Sons, The Cot- 

tage, Blackland Mill 
Hamilton, Hall, of Wilson k Hamilton, 1 Ralston square 
Hamilton, Hugh, & Son, builders— yard, Mill street 
Hamilton, Hugh, of Hugh Hamilton & Son, builders and 

Caithness and Arbroath pavement merchants, Mill 

street — house, 4 Bank street 
Hamilton, Hugh, jun., of Hugh Hamilton & Son, builders, 

4 Bank street 
Hamilton, James, scourer, Abercorn Scouring Works» 

Niddry street 
Hamilton, James, baker, 4 Old Smithhills 
Hamilton, James, of Bonnar & Hamilton, 6 Stow street 
Hamilton, James, traveller to Brown & Poison, 27 George 

street 
Hamilton, James, grocer, 58 Storie street 
Hamilton, John, embroiderer and fancy printer, 4 Cum. 

berland Court, 110 Causeyside— house, 26 George 

street 
Hamilton, John, grocer, 56 George street 
Hamilton, Margaret, covvfeeder, 9 George street 



P'AISEET. 5'3' 



Hamilton, Mrs, midwife, 31 St. James street 

Hamilton,. Miss, teacher, Hunter street scliool, 7 High 

street (Cross) 
Hamilton, Mrs Ann, wine and spirit merchant, 65 Love 

street — house, do. 
Hamilton, Mrs, confectioner, 1 Wellmeadow 
Hamilton,, Mrs, teacher of sewing, Hunter street school, 7 

High street (Cross) 
Hamilton, Robert, baker, 70 Causey side 
Hamilton, Robert, grocer, 17 George street 
Hamilton, Thomas, spirit dealer, 148 G-eorge street 
Hamilton, William, broker, 7 Orchard street 
Hamilton, William, & Co., dyers and scourers, 51 High 

street 
Hamilton, William, of William Hamilton & Co., 1 Hamilton, 

street 
Hanna, Donald, & Wilson, engineers, Abbey Works, 8 

Smithhills 
Hannah, Joseph, chemist,. 66 Causeyside — house, 2 South 

Orr street 
Hannah^ Miss, 4 Gateside 
Haran, Neil Gilmour, plumber, gasfitter, zinc-TVorker, 

and ironmonger, 99 Causeyside — ^liouse, 22 do. — 

(See advertisement), 
Hardie, Alexander, boot and shoemaker, 22 Lady lane 
Hardie, Alexander, grocer, 6 Prussia street 
Hardie, George, mechanic, 13 Williamsburgh 
Hardie, Miss,, dressmaker, 23 George street 
Harkness, John, Sheriff and Town officer, 14 High street 
Hai-per, Alexander, Inland Revenue officer, 37 Causeyside 
Harper, Hugh, clerk, Lonend dye works, 1 Blackball 

buildings 
Harp'er, M., confectioner and toy merchant, 102 Causeyside 
Harper, William, manufacturer, 6 Smith street 
Harris, Alexander, at Robert Harris's, 25 High street-— 

house, Camphill 
Harris, Mrs Alexander, Camphill 
Harris, Richard, Inland Revenue officer, 2 Saucel 
Harris, Robert, jeweller and watchmaker, 25 High street—- 

hojuse,^ Camphill 



54 PAISLEY. 



Harris, William, watchmaker and jeweller, 19 High street 

— house, do. 
Hart, Alexander, clerk to George Hart, writer, 85 Cansey-, 

side 
Hart, Alexander, accountant and insurance agent, 9 

Churchhill — house, 6 Gauze street 
Hart, Alexander, 51 Caledonia street 
-Hart, Archibald, spirit merchant, 14 Old Sneddon 
Hart, Archibald, wine and spirit merchant, 3 St. James 

street 
Hart, George, writer. Notary Public,, and Burgh Fiscal,. 

5 County place — house, 1 Christie street 
Hart, Ellen, green grocer^ 2 Dovesland 
Hart, James, spirit dealer, 3 St. James street — house, 59 

George street 
Hart, Miss Janet, teacher of Carbrook street school, 12 

Barclay street 
Hart-, Mrs John, 6 Gauze street 
Hart, Thomas M.,, clerk at J. k P. Coats's, 14 Wardrop 

street 
Hart, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 1 East 

Croft 
Hart, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 85 Gauseyside — 

house, do. 
Harvey, George, grocer and spirit merchant, 138 George 

street 
Harvey, George, jun., 136 George street 
Harvey, James, & Co., wine and spirit merchants^ 15 King 

street, Saucel 
Harvey, Mrs John, teacher of music, 55 Causeyside 
Hastie, Archibald, flour and grain merchant, Camphill 

Flour Mills — house, 4 Lawn street 
Hastie, Mrs Archibald, 4 Lavra street 
Hatchard, James, jun., salesman to David Brough, 46. 

Moss street 
Hatchard, James, tailor, 46 Moss street 
Hatrick, James, clockmaker, 18 Cotton Street 
Hatrick, John B.^ of William Hatrick & Sons, 60 Love 

street 
Hatrick, John, smith and bell-hanger, 18 Mass street 



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Hatrick, Robert R., of William Hatrick & Sons, Charle- 
mont Villa, Pollokshields 

Hatrickj VVilliam, & Sons, pliarmaceiitical chemists, and 
wholesale and retail druggists, Coffee Room buildings, 
18 Gilmour street 

Hawkliead Mills Bakery, ISBroomlands — Matthew Brown 

Hay, James, of Robert Hay & Son, and agent for the 
Briton Medical and General Life Association, and 
Scottish Fire Insurance Company, 10 High street — 
(See advertisement) — house, Stanley place, 48 
Causey side 

Hay, Mrs, broker, 31 Cotton street 

Hay, Robert, of Robert Hay & Son, 21 High street 

Hay, Robert, &, Son, stationers, account book makers, 
lithographers, engravers, printers, and manufacturers 
of design or point paper, 10 High street — (See ad- 
vertisement) 

Hazel, Joseph, spirit-dealer, 10 Williamsburgh 

Hector, Alexander, dyer, Espedair street — house, 31 Cal- 
side 

Heiton, John, jun., wine and spirit merchant, 3 Orchard 
street 

Heiton, John, sen., 26 Causeyside 

Hegney, Mrs J., druggist, 9 St. James place 

Henderson, John, flesher, (j6 Broomlands — ^house, 64 do. 

Henderson, Mrs Alexander, Royal Oak Tavern, 45 Moss 
street 

Henderson, Mrs, baker, 12 Gauze street 

Henderson, Mrs William, confectioner, and wine and spirit 
merchant, 22 High street 

Henderson, Rev. Andrew, minister of Abbey close U.P. 
Church, Castlehead 

Henderson, Robert Louden, of Reid & Henderson, 1 
Maxwell street 

Henderson, Robert, provision merchant, 83 High street 

Hendry, James, grocer, 62 Causeyside — ^house, 10 Steven- 
son street 

Hendry, James, farmer, Thomly Park 

Henry, Charles, beamer, 6 Stock street 

Henry, Thomas, draper, 91 High, street- -house, 16 do*. 



56 PAISLEY. 

Hepburn, Arnot, grocer, 72 Broomlands 

Hepburn, Robert, & Co., engravers and lithographers,, 

Abbey Mill — house, Terrace buildings 
Herald (Glasgow) Oifice, 2 Gilmour street — TV. B. Watson,. 

correspondent 
Herald Office, Paisley, 2 Gilmour street — Richard Watson,. 

editor 
Herd, Robert, confectioner, 18 Stock street 
Hill, James, teacher. Catholic School, 18 School wynd 
Hill, Mrs. John, gardener, Nefchercommon — shop, 30' 

High street 
Hill, R. L., watchmaker and jeweller, 99 High street- 
house, 13 do. 
Hill, William, coal merchant, Underwood coal depot — - 

house, West Greenhill 
Hill, William, plumber, 4 New street — ^house, 13 Highi 

street 
Hislop, George R., engineer, and manager of Gas Works 

— house, at Gas Works, Blackstoun road 
Hodgart, John, of White & Hodgart, Calabah House, 

Milliken Park 
Hodgart, Matthew, of Craig, Fullerton, & Co*, Renfrew 

road 
Hodge, Archibald, accountant at J. & P. Coats', and insur- 
ance agent, 15 Gilmour street — ^house, Castlehead 
Hodge, Miss, 20 High street 
Hodge, William, of Hodge, Young, & Martin, Town Clerk,. 

writer, and insurance agent, 3 Orj square' 
Hodge, Young, & Martin, writers, County buildings 
Ilodgert, John J., rivet and bolt maker, 11 New Smithhills 
Hoeck, Louis, professor of music, registrar of births, &c., 

and Session Clerk for High Church Parish — house,. 

86 High street 
Hogg, Archibald, scourer and finisher, Espedair Field, 40- 

Causeyside, and 2 Forbes place — house, 78 Causeyside 
Hogg, Walter, dyer, 7 Dyers' wynd — shop, 3 High street 

— house. Terrace buildings 
Hollas, Alexander, flesher, 31 Old Sneddon — house, 66> 

Back Sneddon 
Holm, George, farmer^ Mossvale, Greenock road. 



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Holms, Archibald Campbell, West Sandyford, Kenfrew 

road 
Holms, William, cowfeeder, 5 Love street 
Holms, William, Brabloch, Renfrew road 
Hood, A. M., grocer, 18 Lawn street — ^house, 33 Gauze 

street 
Hood, Miss, furnished lodgings, 34 Moss street 
Hood, W. & T., fleshers and victuallers, 17 Lawn street 
Hood, William, spirit dealer. Cross Keys, 12 Saucel 
Plosie, Mrs, 12 Gordon's lane 
Houston, Alexander T., joiner and cartwright, Maxwellton 

Saw Mills, 5 Maxwellton street 
Houston, Archibald, confectioner, 82 Causeyside 
Houston, Campbell, of Robin & Houston, Paisley road,. 

Renfrew 
Houston, James, jun., of Robin & Houston, Cecil place, 

Paisley road, Glasgow 
Houston, John, boot and shoemaker, 15 Smithhills 
Houston, John, spirit merchant, North British Inn, 2^ 

High street 
Houston, John, confectioner and fruiterer, 29 High street 
Houston, John, hair dresser, 29 High street 
Houston, Matthew, waste dealer, and china merchant, 24 

George street 
Houstoun, Mrs Walter Lamont, 28 George street 
Howatson, James, bootmaker, 4 Barr street 
Hubbart, James, barrack-sergeant, Barracks, Williams- 
burgh 
Hughes, John, spirit dealer, 13 Moss street 
Hume, Mrs, grocer and victualler, 3 School wynd 
Hume, William, clerk to Governor of Abbey Poorhouse — - 

house, Paisley Barracks, Williamsbnrgh 
Hunter, Alexander, plumber, gasfitter, and zinc-worker, 

52 Caledonia street 
Hunter, James, joiner and cabinet-maker, 32 and 34 High 

street — house, 32 do. 
Hunter, John B., M.D,, and surgeon, 3 Smithhills — house, 

95 High street 
Hunter, John, cabinetmaker, 84 George Street 
Hunter, Joseph, spirit dealer, 62 High street 



58 PAISLEY. 

Hunter, Mrs E., spirit dealer, 14 Cotton street 

Hunter, Mrs Thomas, grocer and spirit dealer, 22 Great 

Hamilton street 
Hunter, R. & D., starch and corn flour manufacturers, 

Macdowall street — ^house for both, 48 Oakshaw st. 
Hunter, Robert, chief constable of Renfrewshire— office, 3 

County place — ^liouse, 8 Moss street 
Hunter, Thomas, clothier and draper, 7 Moss street — 

house, School wynd 
Hunter, William, druggist, 31 Causeyside — house, 95 High 

street 
Hunter, William, spirit dealer, 52 Storie street 
Hunter, William, tobacco and snuff manufacturer, 100 

High street — ^liouse, 4iS Oakshaw street 
Hutchison, Archibald, Pairhill, Calside 
Hutcliison, James, plasterer, Westside cottage, 3 Glen 

lane — lime-yard, 11 do. — (See advertisement) 
Hutcliison, James, surgeon and druggist, 23 Causeyside 
Hutcheson, John, agent. Bank of Scotland, 8 St. Mirren 

street — house, 6 Garthland place 
Hutchison, John, architect, 199 West George street, Glas- 

gow — -house, Fairhill, Calside, where messages can 

be left 
Hutchison, Miss J., machine stitcher, Westside cottage, 3 

Glen lane 
Hutchison, Rev. M. Balfour, Episcopal clergyman, 2 

Hamilton place, 78 New Sneddon 
Hutchison, Mrs Thomas, dressmaker and machine stitcher, 

44 New street 
Hutchison, Thomas, clerk to Walter Hogg, 44 New 

street 
Hutchison, William, f<Dreman to James Hutchison, plas- 
terer, Westside cottage, 3 Glen lane 
Hutchison, William, scourer and purifier of' silk and wool, 

George place — house, do. 
Hutton, Daniel, draper, 20 High street — ^house, 42 Lady 

lane 
Hutton, Henry, carriage hirer, 2 County place and 11 

Inkle street — ^house, 15 Gauze street 
Hutton, M., 57 Canal street 



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Hutton, Rev. George C, minister of Canal Street U.P. 

Church, Mount Pleasant, Canal street 
Hutton, Robert, foreman turner at J. & P. Coats's, 31 

Ferguslie 
Hyndman, Samuel, stationer and bookseller, 2 New street 

— house, 39 High street 

INGLIS, Mrs, baker, 12 Old Sneddon 

Inglis, James, foreman at Brown &> Poison's, 32 Calside 

Ingram, George, Superintendent of police, County buildings 

— house, 16 Moss street 
Ingram, John, clerk to A. & J. N. Gardner, writers, 43 

High street 
Inland Revenue Office, 24 Orchard street 
Irvine, Elizabeth, dressmaker, 33 St. James street 
Irvine, James, tailor and clothier, 104 High street (Cross) 

— ^house, do. — (See advertisement) 
Irvine, John, broker, 4 Abbey close 
Isdale & M'Callum, soap manufacturers, 4 New Sneddon 
Isdale, Ralph, of Isdale & M'Callum, 34 Glen street 

JAAP, George, spirit dealer, 68 Canal street 

Jaap, John, boot and shoemaker, 109 High street — house, 

7 Wardrop street 
Jack, Agnes, spirit merchant, 12 Back Sneddon — house, 

6 Moncrieif street 
Jack, George, gas inspector, 32 Thread street 
Jack, George, of Gibson, MacKellar, & Co., 54 Causeyside 
Jack, James, family grocer, 95 High street — ^house, do. 
Jack, James, shopman at William Gibson's, 23 Niddry 

street 
Jack, John, feuar, 52 Storie street 
Jack,. Peter, jun., & Co., carpet and rug manufacturers, 

Netliercommon 
Jack, Peter, of Peter Jack, jun., & Co., 95 High street 
Jack, Thomas, 5 Blackball buildings 
Jackson, Andrew, cowfeeder, 14 Inkle street 
James, Mrs James, boot and shoemaker, 11 Old Smith- 
hills — house, 2 Gauze street 
Jamieson, John, agent, 21 St. James street 



60 PAISLEY. 



Jamieson, John, eating house keeper, 18 Sandholes 

Jamieson, Mrs, dressmaker, milliner, and straw hat maker, 
37 Wellmeadow 

Jamieson, Mrs John, 4 Wardrop street 

Jamieson, Robert, 90 Canal street 

Jamieson, Samuel, shoemaker, 6 Lylesland 

Jamieson, William, gardener, Woodside House 

Jamieson, William, of William Jamieson & Sons, Sauce! 
Bank 

Jamieson, William, & Sons, soap and starch manufacturers, 
©lackhall Soap-works, Blackball 

Jardine, Andrew, gardener, Crossflat House 

Jeffrey, George, spirit dealer, 8 Wardrop street 

Jeffrey, John, shoemaker, Albion street 

Johnston, James, merchant. Shuttle street' — house, Lang> 
bank 

Johnstone, James, spirit dealer, 25 Carriagehill 

Johnstone, James, wine and spirit merchant, 70 Broom- 
lands — ^house, do. 

Johnstone, John, classical teacher, Neilson Institution, 33 
High street 

Johnston, John, of William Johnston & Co., 3 Stow place 

Johnston, Mrs James, 8 High street 

Johnston, Thomas, civil engineer, and road surveyor for 
the County of Renfrew, Terrace buildings — house, 
Gowan Bank, Hurlet 

Johnston, William, grocer, 25 Old Sneddon 

Johnston, William, & Co., muslin, buckram, &c., manu- 
facturers, Shuttle street 

Johnston, William, of William Johnston & Co., 45 ITigh 
street 



KATER, William, farmer, Bogside, off Renfrew road 
Kean, John, broker, 79 High street 
Keith, Adam, of John Keith & Son, 77 Canal street 
Keith, John, & Son, joiners and blockbuilders, 101 Ca-nsey- 

side 
Keith, John, of John Keith & Son, 7 Garthland street 
Kelly, Adam, wine and spiiit merclaaut, 37 St. James street 



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Kelly, Alexander, plumber, tinsmith, and gasfitter, 4 

Causeyside 
Kelly, Mrs James, grocer, 22 Lawn street 
Kelly, John, 29 Thread street 
Keir, Samuel, haii-dresser, 2 St. Mirren street — ^house, 38 

High street 
Kelso, John, foreman at Brown, Sharps, & Tyars, 36 

Storie street 
Kelso, Thomas, grocer and spirit dealer, 23 Stock street 
Kennedy, Alexander, chairfitter, 2 Neil street 
Kennedy, Charles, 4 Stow street 
Kennedy, David, cooper, 65 Canal street 
Kennedy, Hugh, baker, 6 Silk street 
Kennedy, John, bread and biscuit baker, 31 High street 
Keown, Miss, teacher, 42 High street 
Ker, John, joiner and timber merchant, 28 Causeyside — 

house, 29 do. 
Kerr, Alexander, bird preserver, 4 New Smithhills 
Kerr, Benjamin, confectioner and fruiterer, 1 Old Smithhills 
Kerr, Charles, joiner, 20 Queen street 
Kerr & Clark, thread manufacturers, Linside — counting 

house, Seedhill 
Keirr & Co., spinners and thread manufacturers, "The 

Cable Thread Works " 
Kerr, Daniel, weaver, 68 Causeyside 
Kerr, Gavin, joiner, 30 Orchard street — house, do. 
Kerr, Gavin, late thread manufacturer, 27 Gordon's lane 
Kerr, Helen, confectioner, 43 Moss street 
Kerr, James, bird preserver, 5 Lawn street 
Kerr, James, Underwood House 
Kerr, John, & Co., manufacturers, 9 Causeyside 
Kerr, John, of John Kerr & Co., 2 Caledonia street 
Kerr,. John Pinkerton, of R. & J. P. Kerr, Chapel house 
Kerr, Mrs Peter, Gallowhill house, Renfrew road 
Kerr, Peter, & Son, heddle twine and thread manufac- 
turers, 34 New street 
Kerr, R. & J. P., cotton spinners and power loom cloth 

manufacturers, Underwood, and Oakshaw Mills 
Kerr, Robert, of Robert Kerr and Son, 4 Elmbank crescent, 
Glas2:ow 



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Kerr, Robert, of R. & J. P. Kerr, Woodlands 

Kerr, Robert, & Son, shawl manufacturers and dyers^ 

Thread street 
Kerr, Thomas, teacher, Neilson Institution — house, 9 

Wellmeadow 
KeiT, Thomas, cutler and gunmaker, 21 Moss street 
Kerr, "William, farmer, Linclive 

Killoch, Jane, grocer and spirit dealer, 1 St. James street 
Killoch, Matthew, 2 South Orr street 
Kilpatrick, Agnes, confectioner, 16 Causeyside 
Kilpatrick, James, manufacturer, 18 Causeyside 
Kipatrick, James, plumber and gasfitter, 5 Gilmour street 

— house, 7 Gauze street 
Kilpatrick, John, wright and funeral tmdertaker, 17 Abbey 

street— (See advertisement) 
Kilpatrick, Mrs John, Potterhill 
King, Alex., <& Son, woollen and linen drapers, hatters, 

hosiers, and glovers, 4 Gilmour street 
King, Alex., of Alexander King and Son, 1 Garble place, 

New Sneddon 
King, Andrew, foreman at Peter Jack, jun., & Co.'s— - 

house, 3 Caledonia street 
King, James, carriage hirer, George Hotel Stables, 4 Old 

Smithhills — office, 2 County place — house, 4 Old 

Smithhills 
King, John, enterer, 12 West Buchanan street 
King, Mrs, eating-house keeper, 27 Moss street 
King, Walter, of Alexander King & Son, 1 Carlile place, 

New Sneddon 
King, Walter, builder, Woodend, Houston 
King, William, enterer, 65 Canal street 
King, Mrs, grocer, 4 New Smithhills 
Kirk, John, joiner and glazier, 27 Wellmeadow 
Kirk, James, joiner, 21 New Smithhills — house, 11 Aber- 

corn street 
Kirkwood, Allan, writer and Notary Public, 5 Moss street 

— house, 18 Oakshaw street 
Kirkwood, Allan, jun., clerk, 18 Oakshaw street 
Kirkwood, Barton, & Co., manufacturers, 105 Causeyside 

—-house, 6 Falside 



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Kirkwood, James, grocer and potato merchant, 26 Glen 
street 

Kirkwood, J. & M., brokers, 3 Broomlands 

Kirkwood, John D., Beith carrier. North British Inn, 29 
High street 

Kirkwood, Matthew, farmer, Merksworth 

Kirkwood, Robert, weaver, 8 Barclay street 

Kirkwood, William, farmer, Stanely Moor 

Knox, James, of J. & J. Knox, 2 Bladda 

Knox, James, weaver, 38 Canal street 

Knox, John and James, saddlers, machinery belt, hose- 
pipe, and thong manufacturers, 19 High street — (See 
advertisement) 

Knox, John, of J. & J. Knox, 12 Bandholes 

Knox, Mrs, grocer, 16 Abercorn street 

Kyle, John, confectioner, 9 St. Mirren street — house, 6 
Moss street 

Kyle, Matthew, farmer, Laigh Parks 

Kyle, Morison, proprietor Exchange Rooms Concert Hall, 
17 Moss street — residence, Glasgow 

LAIDLAW, John, teacher, John Neilson Institution, 

1 Garthland lane 
Laiag,.^ C. W., governor, Abbey Poorhouse and Asylum, 

Crow road, Calside 
Laird, Miss, 37 New Sneddon 
Lamb, Alfred Jamieson, warehouseman at M. Whitehill & 

Co.'s, Underwood cottage 
Lamb, James, accountant Clydesdale Banking Company, 

and agent for Northern Assurance Company, 7 

High street (Cross) — house, do. 
Lamb, James J., architect, surveyor, and measurer ; li- 
censed valuer and insurance agent, 6 St. James place- 

— house. Underwood cottage 
Lamb, .J. Barr, architect, surveyor, and measurer, 6 St. 

James place — house. Underwood cottage 
Laraberton, J., of Lamberton & Tennent, 12 Wellmeadow 
Lamberton & Tennent, silk mercers and general drapers, 

15 High street 
Lambie, John, wine and spirit merchant, 54 Storie street 



&i PAISLEY. 

Lamond, Archibald, spirit dealer, 1 Silk street 

Landess, Robert, grocer and spirit merchant, 20 George st. 

Landess, Robert, jacquard cutter, 6 Barr street — ^house^ 

20 George street 
Lang, George, weaver, 51 Storie street 
Lang, Janies, jun., leather merchant, Glenfield 
Lang, James, leather merchant and insurance agent, 86 

High street — -house, 11 King street 
Lang, John, ginger beer brewer and general bottler, 17 

Old Sneddon — ^house, Wellington place 
Lang, John, jun., baker, 78 High street 
Lang, John, wine and spirit merchant, 47 Moss street — - 

house, Wellington place, off Caledonia street 
Lang, Mrs, dressmaker and furnisher, 18 George street 
Lang, Mi's, furnished lodgings, 57 Canal street 
Lang, Peter^ contractor and cQwfeeder, 33 Moss street 
Lang, Peter, manager at Rodger & M'-Callum's, dyers, 

Marshall's lane, 586 Gallowgate, Glasgow 
Lang, R. H., silk, cotton, and woollen dyer, Espedair dye- 
works, 1 Espedair street — house, do. 
Lang, William, grocer and cowfeeder, 18 Sandholes 
JLatig, William, leather merchant, Colinslee House 
Langmuir, Robert, flesher, 10 Abbey street 
Langmuir, Walter, farmer, Old Bar 
Latta, Jane, grocer, 8 Ferguslie 
Latta, Janet, Hay Weighs Inn, 3 King street 
Laurie, William, potato merchant, 39 Lady lane 
Law, James, cowfeeder, 26 New street 
Lawrie, Mrs William, confectioner, 17 George street 
Lawrie, William, draper, 5 New Sneddon 
Lawson, Thomas, farmer, Carriagehill 
Lawson, Robert, broker, 3 Bridge street 
Leckie & Macgregor, dyers, Lonend dyeworks 
Leckie, Mrs James, bookseller, stationer, and news agent, 

104 High street (Cross) — ^liouse, 54 Causeyside 
Leckie, Mrs, ladies' nuree, 1 1 Cross street 
Leckie, Robert, accountant. City of Glasgow Bank — ^house, 

Holmfield co.ttage, Langbank 
Leckie, Robert, wine and spirit merchant. Rose and Thistle 

Tavern, 25 High street 



PAISLET. 60 

Lee, Mrs, farmer, Stanely 

Lee, Robert, joiner, wheel and spring van builder, 89 

George street 
Lees, Peter, wine and spirit merchant, 6 Old Smithhills, 

and china and crystal merchant, do. — house, 1 do. 
Lees, Rev. James Cameron, Abbey Manse, 7 Garthland 

street 
Lees, Robert, eating-house keeper, 13. St. Mirren street 
Leggat, David, bleacher, Colinslee 
Leitch, Alexander, shawl manufacturer, 5 High street 
Leitch, Angus, officer, Free Gaelic Church, 3 G New street 
Leitch, John, joiner, oabinet-maker, upholsterer, and 

funeral undertaker, 49 Moss street — works, Abercorn 

Saw ]\Iills, Abercorn street — ^house, 11 Niddry street 

— (See advertisement) 
Leitch, John, weaver, 1 Maxwellton street 
Leitch, Miss Margaret, tobacconist, 4 St. Mirren street 
Leitch, Peter, coal merchant. Underwood depot — ihou^e, 4 

Christie street 
Leitch, Thomas, hosier and confectianer, 9 Moss street 
Leitch, William, flesher, 31 Causeyside — ^house, 3 North 

street 
Leitch, William, pawnbroker, 106 George street 
Lemay, Arthur, clerk, Railway Station, 3 Underwood 
Lemay, Mrs, milliner and dressmaker, 3 Underwood 
Lennie, Mrs, midwife and ladies' nurse, 6 George street 
Leslie, John, shoemaker, 19 Glen street 
Lewis, Arthur, pawnbroker. Thistle Loan office, 17 and 

18 Storie street; Crown Loan office, 83 Broomlands 

and 1 Sandhales ; Rose Loan office, 38 Gordon's Jane; 

and George street Loan office, 108 George street — 

house, 17 Storie street 
Lindsay, Walter, smith and farrier, 20 Gordon's lane — 

house, 12 Saucel 
Linn, Thomas, cashier and bookkeeper, at Peter Jack, Jan., 

& Co.'s, 66 Love street 
Little, Thomas, carter, 44 Moss street 
Little, William, grocer and spirit dealer, 40 Wellmeadow 
Livingston, Andrew, spirit dealer, 30 Cotton street 
Livingston, Daniel, cowfeeder, 5 Silk street 
F 2 



66 PAISLEY, 



Lochheacl, James, broker, 27 New Smithhills 

Lochhead, Jolin F., of Fairley & Lochhead, 11 Wardrop 

street 
Lochhead, John, manager at Peter Kerr & Sons, GlenifFer 

View, Calside 
Lochhead, Joseph M'Leod, Gleniffer View, Calside 
Lochhead, Matthew, Gleniffer View, Calside 
Lochhead, Mrs, dressmaker, 6 Moss street 
Lochhead, Mrs M., Gleniffer View, Calside 
Lochhead, Robert, fruits and confections, 2 Cotton street 
Lochhead, Robert, porter, Bank of Scotland, 6 Moss street 
Lochhead, William, clerk at Hodge, Young, & Martin'^s, 

Gleniffer View, Calside 
Lochrie, Charles, baker at Abbey Poorhouse, 12 Bath 

place, Seedhill 
Lochrie, William, broker, 12 New Smithhills 
Lockhart, Andrew H., draper, 104 High street (Cross) — 

house, 23 Oakshaw street 
Lockhart, Alexander, baker, 25 Gordon's lane 
Lockhart, Elizabeth, confectioner, toy, and basket ware- 
house, 69 Broomlands — house, Castlehead 
Lockhart, John, wood turner, 55 George street 
Lockie, George, Paisley and Glasgow carrier, 5 George sk 
Lockie, James, Paisley and Glasgow carrier,. 91 Causey- 
side 
Logan, Andrew, broker, 21 Lawn street 
Logan, Archibald, clerk, Post Office, 16 George street 
Logan, Francis, of Francis Logan & Son, 34 Glen street 
Logan, Francis, & Son, coal merchants, tjnderwood depot 
Logan & Gardner, manufticturers, 5 Forbes place 
Logan, Mary, dressmaker, 59 High street 
Logan, John, of Logan & Gardner, Calside 
Logan, John, wine and spirit merchant, 29 Gauze street — ^ 

house, do. 
Logan, John, fish dealer, 19 Wellmeadow 
Logan, Robert, mason, 106 George street 
Logan, Thomas, farmer, Netherton 
Logan, William, cowfeeder, 60 Canal street 
Lorimer, John, at J. & P. Coats's, Braeside cottage, Mil- 
larston 



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Lorimer, Mrs, milliner, 7 Lawn street 

Lounsdale Bleaching Company, Lounsdale 

Love, Hugh, brassfounder, 20 and 21 Abbey close — 

house, Port-Glasgow 
Love, John, cowfeeder, 32 Canal street 
Love, William, cutler and gunsmith, 99 High street — 

house, 14 do. 
Love, William, spirit dealer, 57 Broomlands 
Lyall, Miss, hosier and furnisher, 97 High street — house, 

20 do. 

Lyle, Dalrymple, accountant, insurance agent, and house 
factor, 4 High street — house, 1 Hamilton street — 
(See advertisement) 

Lyle, George, furnishing and shoe shop, 4 Broomlands 

Lyle, John, watchmaker, 46 Moss street — Chouse, 40 Fer- 
guslie — (See advertisement) 

Lyle, John, officer of Paisley Equitable Funeral Society, 

21 Stock street 

Lyle, WiUiam, furnisher, 16 George street 
Lyon, Mrs John, grocer, 22 Orchard street 
Lymburn, James, & Son, silk mercers and drapers,, 16 High 

street 
Lymburn, John, of James Lymburn & Son, 15 High 

street 
Lysaght, Thomas, Inland Eevenue Officer, 1 Old Smithhills 

MACK, John, wine and spirit merchant, 19 Causeyside — 

house, 31 Orchard street 
Mair, Mrs John, 2 Gilmour street 
Mairs, Joseph, commercial, mathematical, and nautical 

academy, 20 Smithhills 
Malcolm, Archibald, cowfeeder, 46 High street 
Mann, Mrs, brolier, 7 Storie street 

Manners, Charles, manufacturing chemist, 16 Cotton street 
Manwell, Mrs Martha, spirit dealer, 16 Abercorn street 
Mark, Peter, tailor, 99 Causeyside 

Marshall, Hugh, manufacturer, 13 Causeyside — house, do. 
Marshall, John, ironfounder, 10 South Croft — house^ 

Underwood 
Marshall, John, spirit dealer, 2 Renfrew street 



68 PAISLEY. 



Marshall, Mrs, furnisher, 56 High street 

Marshall, Robert, grocer, 150 George street 

Martin, Alexander, coppersmith, tinsmith, plumber, and 

gasfitter, School wynd 
Martin, Francis, of Hodge, Young, & Martin, Beecham, 

. 42 Love street 
Martin, John, grocer, 9 Seedhill 
Martin, Miss, 51 Caledonia street 
Martin, Mrs John, 7 West Croft 
Martin, Mrs William, Beecham, 42 Love street 
Martin, Rev. John, minister of High Church, 45 Oakshawst. 
Martin, Peter, eating-house keeper, 22 New street 
Martin, Robert, of Baldwin & Martin, 42 Lady lane 
Martin, Thomas, general contractor, 7 Barclay street 
Martin, Thomas, seedsman, nurseryman, and florist, and 
vegetable and fruit merchant, Greenlaw Nursery, and 
at 70, 80, and 190 Candleriggs, Glasgow — ^house, 9 
Cannon street, Glasgow 
Masson, George, tobacco manufacturer, 2 High street — 

house, Oakshawhead cottage, 11 West brae 
Mathie, Charles, spirit dealer, 21 Broomlands 
Mathie, George, officer Tabernacle, Canal st., 46 George st» 
Matheson, John, Inland Revenue Officer, 5 George street 
Mathieson, Archibald, cowfeeder, 12 Storie street 
Mathieson, Donald, maltster, Saucel Distillery, 7 Burn row 
Mathieson, John, tailor and clothier, 89 High street 
Mathieson, Robert, tailor, 59 George street 
Maxwell, James, clerk at Hanna, Donald, & Wilson's, 2 

North Croft 
Maxwell, John W., clerk. Railway Station, 32 Glen street 
Maxwell, Matthew, shawl manufacturer, 4 Cumberland 

court — house, 3 Caledonia street 
Mayberry, Hugh, jun., police inspector, 90 Canal street 
Meikle, Andrew, spirit merchant, 27 New Sneddon 
Meiklejohn, J. G., innkeeper, George Hotel, 2 Smithhills 
Mellis, Mrs William, victualler, 17 Broomlands 
Mellis, Misses, dressmakers, 17 Broomlands 
Mellon, John, hair-dresser, 16 Moss street 
Melvin, John, teller. National Bank, and agent for Edin- 
burgh Life Assurance Company, 55 Causeyside 



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Melville, John, flower-laslier, 162 George street 

Menzie, Peter, joiner, 15 Sandholes — house, 15 West brae 

Menzies, George^ teacher of Free South School, Stevenson 

street 
Menzies, Graham, of James Stewart & Co., 58 Westbourne 

Terrace, Hyde Park, London, W. 
Menylees, W. E. W., clerk, Union Bank of Scotland, 16 

Barclay street 
Millar, Adam, tobacco spinner, 21 Glen street 
Millar, Adam, tinsmith, 9 St. Mirren street 
Millar, Alexander, gardener, 13 Wellmeadow 
Millar, Alexander, of Sacell Brewery Company, 40 Oak- 

shaw street 
Millar, Andrew, of Millar, Walker, & Millar, 40 Oakshaw 

street 
Millar, Andrew, jun., of Millar, Walker, & Millar, 46 

Oakshaw street 
Miller, George, porter, British Linen Co.'s Bank, 2 Thread 

street 
Millar, J. & R., manufacturers, 111 Causeyside — house, 

42 High street 
Millar, James, of James Millar & Son, Adelphi House, 42^ 

New Sneddon 
MiUar, James, jun., of James Millar & Son, Adelphi House,, 

42 New Sneddon 
Millar,^ James, & Sou, yarn merchants, 106 Causeyside 
Blillar, James, heddle maker, 16 Causeyside— house^ 2ft 

Wellmeadow 
Millar, John, feuar, 92 New Sneddon 
Millar, John, hairdresser, 12 Broom,lands 
Millar, John, editor of Renfrewshire Independent, Gilmour 

street — house, Barrhead 
Millar, John, warper, 16 Causeyside— house,, 12 Barclg-y sL 
IVIillar," Matthew^ spirit dealer, Earl Grey place, 14 Neih. 

ston road 
Millar, Mrs Ale5;ancler, grocer and spirit dealer, 1 East 

Buohanatt street 
Millar, Mrs William, 33 High street 
Millar, P. K., reed and patent heddle manufacturer, 1,0^ 

Causeyside— house, '^Q Cwseyside 



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Millar, Thomas W., photographer and portrait painter, 69 

High street — (See advertisement) 
Miller, Thomas, china, crystal, and stoneware merchant, 

and general waste merchant, 117 George street — (See 

advertisement) 
Millar, Walker, & Millar, writers, 8 Gilmour street 
Millar, Walter, clerk to Clark & Turnbull, timber 

merchants, 12 Wallneuk — house, 34 Thread street 
Mills, Charles, foreman at J. & P. Coats's, 7 Back row, 

Ferguslie 
Mitchell, Alexander, furniture dealer, 1 Neil street and 15 

Maxwellton street — house, 14 Maxwellton street 
Mitchell, Andrew, jun., plasterer, 84 New Sneddon 
Mitchell, Andrew, slater, 88 Causeyside 
Mitchell & Covvden, plasterers — lime yard, 12 Sir Michael 

street 
Mitchell, John, 43 High street 
Mitchell, John, draper, 69 Broomlands 
Mitchell, John, tailor and clothier, 16 High street 
Mitchell, John S., of J. & J. Mitchell, 88 High street 
Mitchell, J. & J., boot and shoemakers, 4 High street 
Mitchell, Robert and John, farmers, Potterhill 
Mitchell, Thomas, of Mitchell and Cowden, 4 Sir Michael 

street 
Mitchell, William, spirit merchant, 19 Carriagehill 
Mitchell, William, storekeeper, Foxbar — house, 19 

Carriagehill 
Moffat, James, tailor and clothier, 7 Broomlands 
Moffat, Mrs, gardener, Well street 
Moir, James, weavers' furnisher, 21 Causeyside — house, 

101 do. 
Monaghan, William, grocer, 6 Inkle street 
Monteith, John, bootmaker and furnisher, 11 Old Smith- 
hills — house, 9 do. 
Montgomery, Elizabeth, fruits and confections, 85 Causey- 
side — house, 13 Barclay street 
Moodie, James, tinsmith and gasfitter, 64 Broomlands 
Moore, James, telegraph clerk, Railway Station, 26 Abbey 

street 
Morgan, Edward A., of J. Clark & Co., Greenlaw House 



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Morgan, John, & Co., shawl manufacturers, llO Causey- 
side — 29 Bread street, London, and 6 George street, 
Manchester 
Morgan, John, jun., of J. Clark & Co., Greenlaw HoUse 
Morgan, John, of J. Clark & Co., Greenlaw House 
Morgan, Miss Catherine, teacher of B.C. School, 18 School 

wynd — house, do. 
Morren, David, 62 Love street 
Morren, Mrs, lodgings, 4 Garth] and street 
Morrison, Alexander, flesher, 99 Causeyside 
Morrison, Alexander, innkeeper, Globe Hotel, 11 High 

street — (See advertisement) 
Morrison, Archibald, feuar, Chain road. West Toll 
Morrison, George, flesher, 35 High street 
Morrison, Hugh, wine and spirit rnerchant, 3 Silk street 
Morrison, James, cowfeeder, 23 Glen street 
Morrison, James, flesher, 104 George street, and Refresh- 
ment Rooms, 103 do. 
Morrison, John, coppersmith, plumber, and brassfounder^ 
Dyers' wynd, Paisley, and Fulbar street, Renfrew- 
house, Dyers' wynd, Paisley 
Morrison, Mrs George, spirit merchant, 1 Dovesland 
Morrison, William, baker and grain merchant, 34 High 

street 
Morton, Alexander, fruiterer and confectioner, 35 High 

street — house, 9 Orr square 
Morton, David, builder and monumental worker— yard, 
135 George street, corner of Lady lane — house, 128 
George street — (See advertisement) 
Morton, Matthew, rojiemaker, Cartvale rope work — house, 

28 St. James street 
Morton, Robert, boot and shoemaker, 14 Ferguslie 
Morton, William, tobacconist, 71 Broomlands 
Motherwell, Mrs. N. C. G., druggist, 20 Orchard street 
Muir, Adam, farmer and grain dealer, 23 Well street 
Muir, Adam, surveyor for Water Works Commissioners, 
Chamberlain's office, County buildings, 5 Stow street 
Muir, Alexander, feuar, 7 Neilston road 
Muir, Alexander, house and sign painter, 32 High street 
Muir, Daniel, grocer and spirit dealer, 13 Neilston road- 
house, 1 Stock street 



72 PAISLEY. 



Mnir, David, flesh er, 11 Old Smithhills 

Muir, Francis, spirit dealer, 20 Glen street 

Muir, George, grocer, 50 Caledonia street 

Muir, George, farmer and grain merchant, 23 "Well street 

Muir, John, teacher, Chalmers's Academy, 71 George st. 

Muir, John, accountant, house-factor, and insurance agent, 

23 Moss street — ^house, Annfield Villa, Castlehead — 

(See advertisement) 
Muir, John, clerk to James Caldwell, writer, 20 St. James 

street 
Muir, John, grocer, 20 Wallace street — house, 35 New 

Sneddon 
Muir, Robert, and Co., dyers and printers, Linn Dye and 

Print Works, Marshall's lane — house, 9 Gilmour 

street 
Muir, Matthew, baker, 32 Storie street 
Muir, Mrs Archibald, grocer, 12 Old Smithhills 
Muir, Mrs John, Annfield Villa, Castlehead 
Muir, Robert, coal dealer, George street 
Muir, R. W., Annfield Villa, Castlehead 
Muir, Thomas, silk mercer and general draper, 9 High st. 

(Cross) — house, Annfield Villa, Castlehead — (See 

advertisements) 
Muir, William, grocer, 26 Cotton street 
Muir & Anderson, "Faramead" manufacturers, Christie 

lane 
Muirhead, Robert, eating-house keeper, 23 Wellmeadow 
Muirhead, William, carter, 16 West brae 
Muun, Stewart, saw sharper at William Allison's, 56 Back 

Sneddon 
Mungle, Alexander, tailor and clothier, 9 High street, 

(Cross) — house, do. 
Mungle, Jane, Free St. George's Infant School, Marshall's 

lane — house, 49 High street 
Munro, James, baker, 24 Gauze street 
Murdoch, Robert, of Robert Murdoch & Co., iron and steel 

merchants, 5 Lynedoch place, Glasgow 
Murdoch, Robert, & Co., iron merchants, 14 South Croft, 

Paisley, and 21 Robertson street, Glasgow 
Murdoch, William, spirit dealer, 89 High street — house, 

5 Lonend 



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Mure, Mrs Robert, Abercorn buildings 

Murphy, Patrick^ Inland Revenue Officer, 92 New Sneddon 

Murray, A., spirit dealer, 2 Garthland street 

Murray, Archibald, 3 Back Sneddon 

Murray, Daniel^^ jilii-? manufacturer, 2 Forbes place — 

Louse, 27 George street 
Murray, David, collector of Inland Revenue, Ellangowan, 

Castlehead 
Murray, David, & Soli, house painters and decorators^ and 

oil and colour merchants, 15 Gilmour street 
Murray^ George L., warehouseman at W. Cochran's, 27 

George street 
Murray, James, Abbey Church officer, 12 Abbey close 
Murray, John, of Ferrie & Murray, 23 Causeyside 
Murray, James, manufacturer^ 3 Causeyside— house, 38 

do. 
Murray, John, snperintendent of Paisley Cemetery, 58 

Broomlands 
Murray, Mrs John, broker, 41 New street 
Murray, William, of David Murray & Son, 15 Gilmour 

street 
Mtltrie, Henry, broker, 2 Abbey close 
Mutrie, Thomas, grocer, 13 Gauze street 
Mutter, Alexander, manager to Robin & Houston, Snow- 

donn Soap work, Water brae, foot of St. Mirren st. 
Myles, James, factor, Deanside, Renfrew — office, Terrace 

buildings 

M'ADAM, Henry, broker, 29 New Smithhills 
M'Adam^ Mi^. James, grocer, 5 North Croft 
M'Alpine, Charks, cowfeeder, 50 Mill sti-eet 
M' Alpine, David, grocer and boatman, 36 St. James 

street 
Macalpme, George Watson, insurance agent— office 48 
Moss street— ho ase, 21 Caledonia street — (See adver- 
tisement) 
Macalpine, Thomas W., drysalter, 48 Moss street — store, 

George place— house, Castlehead 
Macansh, Mrs James, confectioner and pastry baker, 29 
High street — house, 86 do. 

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M'Arthiir, Alexander, card cutter, 1 Shuttle street 

M' Arthur, 'Colin, grocer and spirit merchant, 21 Wallace 

street— house, 39 Back Sneddon 
M' Arthur, Edward, spirit dealer, 20 Broomlands 
M'Arthur, James, wine and spirit merchant, 7 Love street 
M 'Arthur, Jessie, milliner and straw hat maker, 1 Shuttle 

street 
M'Arthur, Miss Margaret, straw bonnet and hat cleaner, 

Terrace buildings, 109 High street 
M^Arthur, Mrs William, 8 West Croft 
M'Arthur, Thomas, sheriff- clerk depute of Eenfrewshire, 

Sheriff- clerk's office, County buildings — house, 8 

West Croft 
M'Arthur, Thomas, watchman, 37 Back Sneddon 
M'Arthur, William, house furnishing ironmonger, 9 High 

street (Cross) 
M'Aulay, Archibald, beamer, 13 West Buchanan street 

and 30 George street 
M^Aulay, James, shoemaker, 3 and 24 New Smithhills 
M 'Ajulay, Thomias, bricklayer, 6 Orr square 
M'Ausland, Alexander, boot and shoemaker, 14 High 

street — house, 59 Causeyside 
M'Ausland, James, shoemaker, 5 New Smithhills 
M'Ausland, William, 5 Blackball buildings 
M'Barron, Alice, spirit dealer, 150 George street 
M 'Bride, Mrs, French pohsher, 8 Barclay street 
Macalaster, John Muir, clerk, Bank of Scotland, 33 Old 

Sneddon 
Macalaster, John, 33 Old Sneddon 
Macalister, Mrs John, Blackland place, Lylesland 
Macalister, Misses, 6 George street 
Macalister, Miss, 31 Gauze street 
Macalister, William, Blackland place, Lylesland 
M'Cann, Patrick, mason, and spirit dealer, Sun Inn, 1 

Bladda 
M'Callum, John, of J. k J. M'Callum, 29 Causeyside 
M'Callum, John, of Isdale & M'Callum, 8 West Croft 
M'Callum, J. &. J., silk, cotton, and wool dyers — dye- 
works, Gordon's lane 
M'Callum, Mrs, hosier and furnisher, 69 Broomlands 



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M'Callum, Miss, of Austin & M'Callum, 8 West Croft 
Macallum, William, tailor and clothier, 10 Wellmeadow 
M'Cartney, Hamilton, spirit dealer, 15 Thread street 
M'Cartney, James, wine and spirit merchant, 3 Love street 

— house, 15 Thread street 
M'Clintock, W. A., Inland Revenue Officer, 8 High street 
M'Coll, Donald, coal merchant, 30 Newton street 
M'Coll, John, Lonehead farm 
M'Coll, Mrs, carter, 15 Back Sneddon 
M'Cormick, Edward, spirit merchant, 28 Back Sneddbn-; 
M'Cormick, Robert, grocer, 31 Ferguslie 
M'Cracken, Thomas, grocer and spirit dealer, 17 Gauze 

street 
M'Creadie & Adam, fish, game., and poultry merchants, 

1 Old Smithhills 
M'Crumblish, Thomas, broker, 30 Old Sneddon 
M'Dermid, Peter, grocer and cowfeeder, 18 Moss street 
M 'Donald, Alexander, wine and spirit merchant, 11 Canal; 

street — ^house, 4 Stow place 
McDonald, Allan, boot and shoemaker, 6 Neilston street 
M'Donald, Duncan, spirit merchant, 12 Old Sneddon^- 

house, 32 Glen street 
M'Donald, John, cork manufacturer, 11 Moss street-^.. 

hoase, 38 do. 
M'Donald, Mrs, 13 Millarston 
M'Donald, Patrick, green grocer, 35 Castle street 
M'Domild, Robert, parcel-clerk, Railway Station, 47 Lilly=. 

bank road, Glasgow 
M'Dougal, Hugh, cutter at Robert Eaglesim's, 2^, Oak-. 

shaw street 
M'Dougal, John, bookseller and stationer, 4 Moss street 

— house, 28 Oakshaw street 
M'Dougall, Alexander, feuar, 18 Gauze street 
M'Dougall, Alexander, weavers' wright, 1 Ferguslie 
Macduff, James, of James Macduff & Co., 36 High street 
Macduff, James, & Co., chemists and druggists, 5 Cross 
M'Elwee, J. K., of Fulton & M'Elwee, 11 Abercorn street 
M'Elwee, Mrs, broker, 18 Abbey close 
M'Elwee, Samuel, traveller to Fulton (&M'Elw.^e, IBla^cj^^. 

hall buildings , 



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M'^Ewan, Alexander, spirit merchant, and hay and straw 

retailer, 6 New Sneddon — house, do. 
M'Ewan, John, organist and teacher of music, Garthland 

lane 
M'Fadyen, Archibald, hand-knitting manufacturer, 109 

Causeyside 
M'Fayden & Co., railway carriers and contractors, Green- 
law Goods Station 
M'Fayden, James, victualler, 31 High street — Chouse, 22 

Oakshaw street 
MacFayden, James Russell^ auctioneer and valuator, 28 

Wellmeadow 
M'Fayden, Miss Elizabeth, furnishings, 86 Causeyside — 

house, 22 Oakshaw street 
M'Farlane, Alexander, fish cuier and merchant, 5 Bridge 

street 
Macfarlane, Alexander, 7 Hunter street 
M'Farlane, J. & G., manufacturing chemists, Brediland 

and Johnstone Chemical Works 
M'Farlane, Aun, dressmaker, 80 Broomlands — house,. 41 

do. 
Macfarlane & Co., wine and spirit merchants, 29 Lady- 
lane, and 10 Well street 
M'Farlane, D. & R., chain and hank printers and dyers, 

Caledonia Works, Caledonia street 
M'Farlane, Daniel, of D. & R. M'Farlane, Caledoaia Loae 

cottage 
Macfarlane, Daniel, of Macfariane & Co.„ wine and spirit 

merchants, 2 Oakshawhead 
M'Farlan, Daniel, Procurator Fiscal, 5 County place — 

house, Nethercommon 
M'Farlane, Duncan, confectioner and frxdt merchant, 2 

Old Smithhills 
M'Farlane, George, grocer, 21 New Smithhills 
M'Farlane, Graham, Broomfiekl, Johns;tone 
Macfarlane, Hugh, agent for British Linen Banking Com* 

pany, 17 Gilmour street 
Macfarlane, James, of Macfarlane, Son, & Co., 55 Love 

street 
Macfarlane^ James, tailor and clotliier, 14 St Mirren street 



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M'Farlane, Graham James, of J. & G. M'Farlane, 

Broomfield, Johnstone 
Macfarlane, John, 56 Love street 
M'Farlane, John G., of J. & G. M'Farlane, Broomfield, 

Johnstone 
Macfarlane, Miss, Canal. Bank, 40 Canal street 
Macfarlane, Phihps, & Co., elastic belt manufacturers, 

Collinslee 
Macfarlane, Mrs Robert, Fauldtrees, Eothesay . 
Macfarlane, Mrs William, 53 High street 
Macfarlane, Robert, grocer and vie tuajller, 17 Cotton street 

— house, 12, "Abbey street 
Macfarlane, Robert, of M'Innes & Macfarlane, Fauldtrees, 

Rothesay 
M'Farlane, Robert, innkeeper, Abercorij Hotel, 9 Gauze 

street 
M'Farlane, Robert, of D. & R. Macfarlane, 52 Caledonia 

street 
]\facfarlanc, Son, & Co., manufacturers, 2 Forbes place 
M'Fee, John, seedsman, and agent for Taddy's snuff, 1 St. 

Mirren street — house, 18 Well street— (See adver- 
tisement) 
Macfedries, William T., painter and paper-hanger, 38 New 

Street 
M'Gallan, James S., coal merchant, Underwood Depot— ^ 

house, 99 High street— (See advertisement), 
M'Garvie, John, teacher — school, 2 Glen street — house, 

16^0. 
M'Geachy, James, bedding, and iron and brass bedstead 

manufacturer, 96 High street, Paisley, and 67 Ja- 
maica street, and 47 Gallowgate, Glasgow — house, 

25 Bellgrove, Glasgow 
M'Gee, Robert, grocer and spirit dealer, 19 Lawn street — 

house, 2 North Croft 
M'Gee, Walter, & Son, engineers, millwrights, machine 

and tool manufacturers, All)ion Works, 9 St. James 

street 
M'Gee, Walter, of W. M'Gee & Son, 2 Caledonia street 
M'Gee, William, of W. M'Gee & Son, 70 Love street 
M'Geoch, Andrew, veterinary surgeon, 4 Mill street 
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78 PAISLEY. 

M'Geoch, Dayid, smith and farrier, 4 Mill street 
M'Geoch, Mrs, confectioner, 9 Orchard street 
M'Ghee, James, precentor, Martyrs' Church, 56 Broomlandis 
M'Ghee, James, pawnbroker, 8 Back Sneddon and 12 Old 

Sneddon — sale shop,. 3 Old Sneddon — house, 13 Old 

Sneddon 
M'Grhee, James, pawnbroker's salerooms, 3 Old Sneddon 
M'Ghee, Maxwell, baker, 6 Broomlands 
M'Ghee, Patrick, metal and waste merchant, 5 01^ 

Sneddon — house, 21 do. 
M'Ghee, Peter, spirit dealer, 35 Moss street 
M'Ghie, John, grocer and spirit dealer, 13 Abbey street 
M'Gibbon, John, of Eobertson & M^Gibbon, 4 William st. 
M'Gibbon, Mrs J., grocer, 10 Glen street 
M'Gibbon, Kichard F., watchmaker and jeweller, 4 Moss 

street — house, 25 do. 
M'Gibbon, Robert, wright, 40 Lady lane 
M'Gill, John, broker, 18 Moss street 
M'Gill, Robert, boot and shoemaker, 23 Cotton street 
M'Gown, Alexander, broker, 31 New Smithhills 
M'Gown, iidam, general merchant, East lane, Williams- 
burgh — house, Whitehaugh 
M'Gown, John, accountant, actuary for Savings Bank,, 

and insurance agent, 14 Gilmour street — Chouse, Park 

place, Calside — (See advertisement) 
M'Gown, John Porter, draper, 45 High street 
Macgregor, Janet, spirit dealer, 18 Seedhill 
Macgregor, John Boss, chemist at Lonend Dyeworks, 

Lonend cottage 
Macgregor, Patrick Comyn, of Leckie & Macgregor, 

Lonend House 
Macgregor, Patrick, merchant, and commission agent, 8 

Causeyside, Paisley, and at 85 Queen street, Glasgow 

— house, Bellahouston, Paisley road, Glasgow 
M'Gregor, Mrs Hugh, spirit dealer, 18 Seedhil 
M'Gregor, William, hair cutter, 34 Old Sneddon 
M'Guiggan, James, gardener, Barshaw Plouse 
M'Hale, Peter, green grocer, 118 George street 
M'Houl, Andrew, spirit dealer, 9 Orchard btreet — ^bonse, 

25 do. 



PAISLEY. 



M'Hutchison, Alexander, grocer and spirit dealer, 51 
George street 

M'Hutchison, David, shopman to George Dobie, 52 Cale- 
donia street 

M'llroy, Patrick, bootmaker, 134 George street — house^ 
12 West Buchanan street 

M'llwrick, William, fruiterer, 69 Love street — house, 2 
Niddry street 

M'Indoe, Matthew, grocer, 10 Lawn street 

M'Indoe, Kobert, farmer, Easter VValkinshaw 

M'Indoe, Mrs, grocer, 15 Ferguslie 

M'Indoe, William, spirit merchant, Terrace Tavern, Ter- 
race buildings 

M'Indoe, Rev. William, of Free Martyrs' Church, 97 
George street 

M'Innes & Macfarlane, writers, 2 Lawn street 

M'Innes, John, of M'Innes & Macfarlane, 1 Garthland 
place 

M'Innes, John, cabinetmaker, joiner, and weavers' wright, 
William street — house, 12 Sandholes 

M'Intosh, Rev. Alexander^, of Free Gaelic Ghujch, Cal- 
side 

MacKintosh, Alex., sen., 129 George street 

MacKintosh, Angus, 7 Sir Michael street 

MacKintosh, Mrs, John, 16 Maxwellton 

MacKintosh, Alexander, joiner and packing-box maker,, 
and zinc and tin-case manufacturer, 12 Newton street 
— ^house, Castlehead 

M'Intyre, Findlay, grocer, 16 Lady lane 

M'Intyre, Robert, hosier, 60 George street-, 

M'Intyre, William, 2 Blackball buildings 

M'Intyre, William, jun., wholesale stationer, card audi 
paste board, and Jacquard loom card manufacturer,^ 
and paper stainer— -works, Blackball - shop and 
warehouse, 6 High street (Cross) — house, Castlehead 
— (See advertisement) 

M'Kaig, Thomas, briclanaker and brickbuilder, Victoria 
Brickworks, Love street — house, 30 New Sneddon 

M'Kail;^ Mrs Peter, confectioner, 118 George str.eet 



80 PAISLEY. 

Mackay, John, and Co., pawnbrokers, 32 Ganze street 

and 3 Abbey close — house, 44 Oakshaw street 
M'Kay, Mrs Thomas, bookseller and stationer, 19 Moss 

street 
M'Kay, Mrs, gardener, 22 Sandholes 
M'Kay, William, grocer. Wester Carriagehill place 
MacKean, James A., of William Sim & C, Mayfield, 

Calside 
MacKean, Miss, 3 West Croft 
MacKean, Jas. A. D., of Muir & Anderson, 5 Garthland ■ 

place 
MacKean, J., wine and spirit merchant, 75 Broomlands 
M'Kean, James, wholesale wine and spirit merchant, 6S 

Causeyside — house, Newton Bank, Castlehead 
MacKean, William, soap, starch, and corn flour manufac- . 

turer — St., Mirren soap works, 93 New Sneddon — St. 

Mirren starch and corn flour works, Caledonia street 

— house, 5 Garthland place 
M'Kean, William Muir, of Muir & Anderson, 5 Garthland 

place 
M-Kean, Wm. S., of Wm. Sim & Co., 10 Old Smithhills 
M'Kean, James, baker, 36 High street 
M'Kean, J., wine and spirit merchant, 15 St. Mirren 

street 
M'Kean, Mrs Robert, 10 Old Smithhills 
M'Kechnie, Alexander, messenger-at-arms, 4 Moss street — ■ 

house, 28 Old Sneddon 
M'Kechnie, John, & Co., manufacturers, Causeyside court, 

14 Causeyside 
M'Kechnie, John, of John M'Kechnie & Co., Riversdale 

Villa, Langbank 
M'Kechnie, Malcolm, at John M'Kechnie & Co.'s, 26 

Orchard street 
M'Kechnie, Margaret, dressmaker, 41 High street 
M'Kechnie, Mrs, 4 Wardrop street 
M'Kechnie, Mrs., grocer, 99 George street 
M'Kechnie, William, M.D., Greenhill House 
M'Kechnie, William, watch and clock maker, 41 High st.. 
M'Kel'ar, Archibald, grain and potato merchant, 42 

Moss street — house, 130 George street _ 



PAISLEY. 81 

M'Kellar, Daniel, grocer and victualler, 28 George street 

— house, 15 Sir Michael street 
M'Kellar, John, of Gibson, MacKellar, and Co., Stanley 

place, 47 Causeyside 
M'Kelvie, John, dyer, 10 Well street — ^house, 44 Canal 

street 
MacKenzie, Archibald, gardener, North Greenhill — shop, 

6 Smithhills 
Ma^iKenzie, Archibald, of Mackenzie Brothers, North 

Greenhill 
MacKenzie, Archibald, jun., of MacKenzie Brothers, 

Gateflat cottage, Renfrew road 
MacKenzie Brothers, starch manufacturers, Victoria 

Works, Renfrew street 
MacKenzie, Daniel, of MacKenzie Brothers, Gateflat cot> 

tage 
M'Kenzie, Duncan, of William Jamieson & Sons — ^honse^ 

Falside 
M'Kenzie, Duncan, teacher, Kibble Reformatory, 2 Niddry 

street 
M'Kenzie, Edward, tailor, 2 Wardrop street 
M'Kenzie, George, photographic artist, 5 Gilmour street — 

house, Rosebank Villa, Langbank — (See advertise- 
ment) 
MTIeuzie, Hugh, boot and shoemaker, 13 Gauze street 
M'Kenzie, Hugh, jun., tailor, 78 Causeyside — house, 

Stevenson street 
M'Kenzie, James, cowfeeder, 18 Gauze street 
M'Kenzie, James, sluicekeeper, Stanely cottage 
M^Kenzie, John, spirit merchant, 3 St. Mirren street 
MacKenzie, Mrs, spirit dealer, 86 New Sneddon 
M'Kenzie, Peter, nurseryman, Bellfield Nursery, Cartvale, 

Love street — shop, 1 Gordon street, Glasgow 
M'Kenzie, William, governor of Burgh Poorhouse, T New 

Sneddon 
M'Kie, James, flesher, 20 Sandholes 
M'Kie, Mrs James, flesher, 3 Lawn s,tr6et' 
Mackie, Keith, assistant to R. Barr, chemist, Terr^QQ 

buildings 
Maekie, Robert, foreman, 6 Neilston street 



82 PAISLEY. 



M'Killigin, Duncan, woollen and linen draper, 103 High 

street (Cross) — ^house, 24 Glen street 
M'Kim, Mrs, grocer, 27 William sburgli 
M'Kiulay, D., burgli police, 3 Brown's lane 
M'Kinlay, Daniel, superintendent, Railway Station, 37 

New street 
M'Kinlaj, John, clerk at Greenlaw Goods Station, 56-,. 

Caledonia street 
M'Kinlay, John, Free St. George's Church officer,. 37 

New street 
M'Kinlay, Mrs, 2 New Smithhills 

M-Kinlay, William, at J. & J. Clark & Co.'s, 32 Thread St. 
M'Kinnon, Angus, confectioner, 8 Lawn street 
M'Kinnon, Colin, shoemaker, 10 Glen street 
M'Kinnon, Lachlan, at Messrs M'Innes and Macfarlane's,. 

70 Love street 
M'Kune, Rev. Christopher, minister of St. George's Church, 

Caversbank, 45 Oakshaw street 
Maolachlan, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 40 New 

street— house, 41 do. 
M'Lachlan, Catherine, & Co., pawnbrokers, 1 George 

street — house, 11 Abbey street 
M'Lachlan, Dugald, boot and shoemaker, 17 Gauze street 
M'Lachlan, James, coal merchant. King street, Saucel, and 

Underwood depot — house, 4 Williamsburgh 
M'Lachlan, Rev. James, 2 East Buchanan street 
M'Lachlan, John, clerk, Saucel Coal Depot 
M'Lachlan, John, grocer and spirit merchant, 5 Moncrieff 

street— house, 3 Back Sneddon 
M'Lachlan, John, spirit dealer, 39 Stock street 
M'Lachlan, Miss Sarah, milliner and straw hat maker, 17 

Gauze street 
M'Lachlan, William G., at James M'Lachlan's, 4 Williams- 

burgh 
M'Lagan, Thomas, telegraph clerk, Caledonian Railway, 

11 Abercorn street 
M'Lardie, James, scourer and finisher, Meikleriggs Field 

and Marshall's lane — house, Meikleriggs 
M'Laren, D., overseer, Houston — office, Terrace buildings 
M'Laren, James, spirit dealer, 2 St. Mirren street 



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M'Lean, Alexander, weigher, Town Weighs, Caledonia 

street — house, 9 Glen street 
M'Lean, Andrew, 81 Broomlands 
M'Lean, Andrew, shopman, 13 George street 
M'Lean, James, tailor and clothier, 33 High street — house, 

34 do. 
M'Lean, Mrs John, 92 Causeyside 
M'Lean, John, shoemaker, 145 George street 
M'Lean, John, foreman dyer with John Stalker, 52 High 

street 
M'Lean, Rev. John, minister of South Church, 45 Causey- 

side 
M'Lean, Maxwell, broker, 17 Canal street 
M'Lean, Misses, dressmakers and hosiers, 10 Old Smith* 

hills 
M'Lean, Neil, baker, 105 George street 
M'Lean, Eobert, clerk at M'Fadyen & Co.'s— house, 10 

Caledonia street 
M'Lellan, James, grocer, 39 Ferguslie 
M'Lellan, William, 17 Wardrop street 
M'Lenuan, T. B., manufacturer, 7 St. Mirren street — = 

house, 27 Glen street 
M'Leod, Alexander, chma, crystal, and stoneware mer= 

chant, 94 Causeyside 
M'Leod, Forbes, cloth agent, 5 West Buchanan street 
M'Leod, Matthew, coal merchant. Underwood and Stoney 

brae depots — ^house, 54 High street 
M'Leod, NinianFerrie, physician and surgeon, M.D., CM., 

— shop, 12 Old Sneddon — house, 54 High street 
M'Lerie, George, grocer, 23 New Sneddon 
Maclerie, George, cook and confectioner, 7 High street 
M'Lerie, James, joiner, Stonefield 
M'Lerie, Miss, furnisher, 102 Causeyside 
M'Lerie, Miss, milliner, 25 Causeyside 
M'Lure, Andrew H., warper, 109 High street 
M'Mahon, John, agent Legal Life Assurance and Loan 

Company, 89 High street and 6 Prussia street 
M'Millan, C, spirit dealer, 29 Causeyside 
M'Millan, James, wine and spirit merchant, 1 6 Causeyside 

— house, do. 



PAISLEY. 



M'Millan, John, foreman at Goods Station, 19 Underwood 

M'Millan, John) jun., clerk at Goods Station, 19 Under* 
wood 

M'Millan, Mary, hosier, 1 Old Smithhills 

M'Millan, Neil, warper, 16 Causeyside— house, 17 Orchard 
street 

M'Mori-an, Eobert, Caledonian Railway mineral agent^ 
Underwood depot- — house, 49 Caledonia street 

M'Murchy, James, Castlehead 

M'Murray, James, chemist and druggist, 19 and 57 George 
street— house, 57 do. 

M'Murray, James, of Gibson, MacKellar, & Co., 10 George 
street 

M'Murray, Mrs^ cowfeeder, 19 New Stoithhills 

M'Nab, Bobert, cowfeeder, 3 Cotton street 

M'Nair, Daniel, broker, 21 Orchard street 

M'Nair, Duncan, grocer and provision merchant, 6 and 25 
Moss street — house, 59 Love street 

M'Nair, Duncan, of Matthew Gibb & Co., 86 Canal street 

M'Nair, J. & Co., carriers, 14 Thread street 

M'Nair, J. & D., & Co., curled hair manufacturers, Seedhill 
Hair Works 

M'Nair, John, farmer, Meikleriggs 

M'Nair, John, grocer, 120 George street 

M'Nair, William, of Armstrong & M'Nair, Toll Bar, Aber- 
corn Station, Renfrew road 

M'Nally, Mrs John, spirit dealer, 6 Wallace street 

M 'Naught, Hugh, cowfeeder, 3 New street 

M 'Naught, John, furniture dealer, 38 New street 

M'Naught, John, spirit merchant, 16 Gauze street 

M'Naughtan, James, manufacturer, 113 Causeysid^— 
house, 7 George street 

M'Naughton, James, grocer, 92 Sneddon 

M'Naughton, John, clerk, Foxbar 

M'Nee, Robert, tailor, 3 Moss street 

M'Neil, James Banks, Professor of Swimming at the 
Paisley and Glasgow Swimming Baths, also boat- 
builder at Clutha Boat House, Glasgow — ^house, 44 
South Wellington street, Glasgow — (See advertise- 
ment) 



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M'Neil, John, furnisher, 5 Castle-street 

M'Neil, John, grocer, 19 Wellmeadow 

M'Neil, Peter, manager Abercorn Oil Works, Abercorn 

street— house, 11 Abercorn street 
M'Neil, William, wine and spirit merchant, 19 Wellmeadow 
M'Neillege, Walter, engineman and mangier, 146 George 

street 
M'Neilledge, Miss, 6 Moss street 
M'Nicol, John, pastry cook and confectioner, 5 Moss street 

■ — house, do. — (See advertisement) 
M'Nish, Mrs William, boot and shoe manufacturer, 5 

County place, and 42 Moss street — house, 9 Moss st. 
M'Nish, Robert, boot and shoe manufacturer, 94 High 

street 
M'Phail, Hugh, confectioner and fruiterer, 83 Canal st. 
M'Phee, Catherine Clark, milliner and straw hat maker, 

99 Causeyside — house, 24 Orchard street 
MTherson, Henry, superintendent of Abbey burying 

ground, 4 Old Smithhills 
M'Pherson, James, saddler, 43 Wellmeadow 
M'Pherson, Robert, blacking manufacturer, 8 Shuttle st. 
M'Pherson, William, mechanic, 6 Albion street 
M'Queen, John, cabinetmaker, 9 Lawn street 
M'Queen, Thomas, joiner and timber merchant, 4 West 

Buchanan street — house till Martinmas, 33 George 

street — (See advertisement) 
M'Queen, Mrs Alexander, 9 Wellmeadow 
MacRobert, Thomas, writer, and J. P. clerk-depute, County 

buildings — house, Castlehead 
M'Stravick, David, flesher, 3 Neilston street 
M'Stravic, James, house factor and coal agent, 3 Moncrieff 

street 
Mactaggart, Daniel, tailor and clothier, 22 High street 

— house, do. — (See advertisement) 
M'Vey, Alexander, corkcutter, 19 Sandholes 
M'Vitie, R., salesman at Duncan M'Killigin's, 4 Barclay 

street 
M' Walter, Allan, plumber, 23 New Smithhills— house, 16 

Glen street 
M' Walter, Elizabeth, spirit dealer, 19 Maxwellton street 

H 



8^ PAISLEt. 

M 'Walter, Robert, shawl merchant, 45 Causeyside 

M'Walter, Mrs Thomas, 28 George street 

M'Willi-am, John, of J. & J. M* William, spirit merchants, 
'tS Queen street, Glasgow — ^house, Fairfield, 1 Gate- 
side, Renfrew Road 

M 'Williams, Denis, spirit dealer, 43 New street 

NAIRN, Miss, Blackland cottage, 22 Calside 

Nairne, William, treasurer Gas Company, 3 Caledonia 

street 
National Bank of Scotland, 1 Forbes place— Peter Guil- 

leaume, agent 
National Security Savings' Bank, 14 Gilmour street — John 

M'Gown, cashier and actuary — (See advertisement) 
Neil, Mrs R., confectioner, 65 Broomlands 
Neil, Archibald, 'warehouseman, 13 Queen street 
Neil, John, blanket and tWeed manufacturer, 6 Wardrop 

street^— house, do. 
Neils on, John, officer North Church, 2 Moncrieff street 
Neilson, Miss Agnes, milliner and dressmaker, 44 Moss 

street — house, 86 High street 
Neilson, Thomas, Wright anid glazier, 4 West brae- — house, 

3 do. 
Neilson, William, carver, gilder, and picture-frame maker, 

85 High street — house, 86 do, — (See advertisement) 
Neilson, William, stationer, 11 Smithhills — house, 3 West 

brae 
Ness, John, spirit dealer, 1 Bridge street 
Newlands, J. Buchanan, watchmaker and goldsmith, 16 

High street- — house, Burnbank, Calside 
Newton, Robert, grocer, 16 Maxwellton .street 
Nicholas, Francis, Inland Revenue Ofiicer, 24 Orchard st. 
Nicolson, Daniel, constable County Police, 9 School wynd 
Nicol, John, grocer and wine and spirit merchant, 6 George 

street and 37 Causeyside — ^house, 17 Wardrop streeti^ 
Nicol, John, pattern drawer at David Speirs & Co.'s, 

Stevenson street 
Nimmo, James, officer Canal street U.P. Churchy llS 

George street 
Nisbet, William, Caledonia Cottage 



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Niven, David Coats, collector of gas rates, 22 King street 

Niven, J. C, teacher, Grammar' School — Chouse, 22 Well- 
meadow 

Niven, John, cooper, 22 Cotton street 

Norrie, C. & A., temperance coffee house and hotel, 9' 
High street (Cross) 

North British Daily and Weekly Mail Office, 4 County 
place — James Drewette, correspondent and reporter 

O'CONNER, Rosan, broker, 2 Cotton street— house, 7 

Silk street 
O'Donnell, John, 5 Storie street, agent for the United 

Assurance Sick and Burial Society of St. Patrick's 
O'Neil,, Neil, jobbing gardener, 26 Lawn street 
O'Neil, Charles, salesman to Paisley Provident Co-opera-. 

tive Society, 1 Barclay street 
Ogg, George, spirit dealer, 36 Ferguslie 
Ogilvie, ]\Irs, hosier, 3 Love street 
Oliver, Robert, baker, 73 Love street 
Oliver, Robert, collector of Abbey Parish poor rates — 

office, 22 Smithhills — house, 32 Calside 
O'May, Robert, grocer, 31 Storie street 
Orchardson, Janet, flesher, 90 Canal street — house, 6 

Glen street 
Orchardson, Robert, grocer and provision merchant, 86 

Causeyside — house, 90 Canal street 
Orchieson, George, tea dealer, 27 Ferguslie 
Orr, John^ baker, 13 Smithhills 
Orr, Mrs Andrew, wine and spu'it merchant,, 13 High, 

street — house, do. 
Orr, Mrs, grocer, 30 St. James street- 
Orr, Robert, 37 Storie street 
Orr, Thomas, fancy bread and biscuit baker, 13 St. James 

place — house, 2 Back Sneddon 
Osborne, James, officer St. George's Church, 28 Storie st. 
Osborne, James, wheelwright, weavers' wright, and turner,, 

20 Lawn street 
Otter, John Frudd, Supervisor Inland Revenue, 24 Orchards, 

street 
Oxley, H. W., Inland Revenue Officer, 14 Barclay street 



00 PAISLEY. 

PAISLEY AETIZANS' INSTITUTION, 1 High street 
— George Cutlibertson, keeper 

Paisley Bread Association, 7 Hospital lane — Dalrymple 
Lyle, clerk 

Paisley Cemetery — John Murray, superintendent, 58 
Broomlands 

Paisley Coffee Room, 107 High street (Cross) — Robert 
Wingate, keeper, 6 Orchard street 

Paisley Co-operative Manufacturing Society (limited), 
manufacturers of woollen goodS;, 7 St. Mirren street 
— John M'Kenzie, manager and secretary 

Paisley Equitable Co-operative Stores, 5 Neilston road 

Paisley Gas Light Office, 23 Moss street — William Nairne, 
treasurer 

Paisley Swimming Baths, corner of George street and 
Storie street — James Snedden, keeper — {See adver- 
tisement) 

Paisley House of Refuge, Stow place — (See advertisement) 

Paisley Herald and Renfrewshire Advertiser Office^ Water- 
loo place, 2 Gilmour street — Richard Watson, editor 
— (See advertisement) 

Paisley Herald Printing and Stationery Establishment, 10 
High street — office, 2 Gilmour street — WiUiam B. 
Watson, printer — (See advertisement) 

Paisley Industrial or Ragged School, Albion street — 
Thomas Reid, superintendent 

Paisley Infirmary, Bridge street (burgh) — ^Wm. Gillespie, 
treasurer, 76 New Sneddon 

Paisley Library, 8 Causeyside — Dalrymple Lyle, librarian 

Paisley Provident Co-operative Society (limited) — grocery 
store, drapery and hosiery establishment, and regis- 
tered office, 15 George street— Alexander M'-Naught, 
secretary 

Paisley and Renfrewshire Gazette Office, 3 Moss street 

Park, Alexander H., wholesale and retail grocer, 105 High 
street (Cross) — house, Oakshawhead — (See adver- 
tisement) 

Park„ William, foreman Goods Station Caledonian Railway 
Company, 27 St. James street 

Park William, C, wine and spirit merchant, 10 George st. 



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Park, William, farmer, South Gallowhill 

Park, JoliD, farmer, Greenhill 

Park, John, farmer, Mackie's mill. 

Park, John, 3 Mary street 

Paa^k, John, Working Men's Refreshment Rooms, 6 Moss 

street 
Park, Miss, grocer, 97 Causeyside — house, 32 Oakshaw st. 
Park, Robert, greengrocer, 18 Sandholes 
Parker, John, loom card -cutter, 6 Forbes place — house, 8 

Neilston road 
Parlane, James, silk mercer and family draper, 10 High 
street (Cross) — house, Marion, Grove, Castlehead — 
(See advertisement) 
Parlane, James, of J. & R. Parlane, 8 School wynd 
Parlane, John, foreman, at J. & R. Parlane's, 8 Stow place 
Parlane, J. &.R., printers, bookbinders, paper rulers, and 

booksellers, 97 High street 
Parlane, R. B., of J. & R. Parlane, Riccartsbar 
Paterson, Andrew, clerk British Linen Co.'s Bank, and 
agent for the Imperial Fire Insurance Company, 10 
Glen lane 
Paterson, Andrew, grocer and victualler, 15 Old Sneddon 

— ^house, GQ Back Sneddon 
Paterson, H,, & Co., lithographers, 5 Cumberland court, 

Causeyside — house, 13 Caledonia street 
Paterson, Hugh, 20. Old Sneddon 
Paterson, Mrs Hugh^ wine and spirit merchant, 48 High 

street — house, 49 do. 
Paterson, James, & Co., shawl manufacturers, 7 St. Mir- 

ren street 
Paterson, James G., sheriff officer and insurance agent, 
Terrace buildings, 109 High street — house, 66 High 
street 
Paterson, James, of James Paterson& Co., High Carriage-. 

hill 
Paterson, James, cowfeeder, 32. Gastle street 
Paterson, J. & C., milliners, 38 Wellmeadow 
Paterson, Jessie, milliner, 26 High street 
Paterson, Joseph, coppersmith and tinsmith, 14 St Mirreni 
street — house, 17 John street 

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Paterson, Mrs, confectioner, 39 High street 

Paterson, Eobert, auctioneer, valuator, and land surveyor, 

10 Bridge street 
Paterson, Robert, spirit dealer, 100 George street 
Paterson, Mrs Samuel, furnishings, 17 Broomlands 
Paterson, Thomas, at James Harvey & Co.'s, Oakbank, 

43|- Oakshaw street 
Paterson, Thomas, jun., farmer, Candren 
Paterson, William, & Co., tobacco manufacturers, 100 

High street 
Paterson, William, of William Paterson & Co., 41 Lady 

lane 
Paton, Elizabeth, china merchant, 1 Broomlands 
Paton, Elizabeth, milliner and straw hat maker, 2 North 

street 
Paton, James, M.D., 7 Orr square 

Paton, James, watchmaker and jeweller, 17 Orchard street 
Paton, John, grocer, 6 MoncrieiF street 
Paton, John, cabinetmaker and upholsterer, 22 Glen street 

— house, 8 Moncrieff street — (See advertisement) 
Paton, John, shoemaker, 17 Orchard street 
Paton, Mrs Elizabeth, grocer and spirit dealer, 88 Canal 

street 
Paton, Mrs John, 71 Love street 
Paton, Alexander, spirit dealer, 4 Old Sneddon-rr-house, 65 

Back Sneddon 
Paton, Robert, foreman to Alexander MacKintosh, 40^ 

Broomlands 
Patony William, spirit merchant, 12 High street 
Patrick, John Gibson, of James Harvey & Co., Swiss 

Villa, PoUokshields, Glasgow 
Patrick, Robert, 4 Bank street 
Patrick, Thomas, baker, 69 Broomlands 
Patrick, William, coal agent, 69 Storie street 
Pattison, Margaret, milliner and dressmaker, 2 Canal st. 
Pattison, Robert, blacksmith, 28 Castle street 
Pattison, William, of Watson & Pattison, 2 Canal street 
Paul, Mrs James, grocer, 15 Williamsburgh 
Paul, Matthew, grocer and flesh er, 20 Wellmeadow — 
house, 33 Newton street 



PAISLEY. 91 



Paul, William, nurseryman and florist, Wester Crossflat, 
off Mill street — (See advertisement) 

Peacock, George, of Kobert Peacock & Brothers, 5 Black- 
hall buildings 

Peacock, John, ropemaker, and sacking and pack-sheet 
merchant, 85 High street — house, 9 Orr Square 

Peacock, John, of Robert Peacock & Brothers, 26 Gauze 
street 

Peacock, Miss I., milliner and straw-hat maker, 19 Broom- 
lands 

Peacock, Mrs Walter, 6 New street 

Peacock, Robert, baker, 5 George street 

Peacock, Robert, grocer, 90 High street 

Peacock, Robert, & Brothers, grain merchants and millers, 
Steam Mills, 19 Thread street 

Peacock, Robert, of Robert Peacock & Brothers, 3 Cart st. 

Peacock, William, gas inspector, 8 William street 

Pearson, John J., clerk at J. & J. M'Callum's, 1 Barclay- 
street 

Pearson, Mary, confectioner, 13 Moss street 

Peattie, William, clothier, 2 Gilmour street — ^house, 15, 
Gauze street 

Percy, Francis, grocer, 101 Causeyside — ^house, 6 Stow 
lane 

Percy, Samuel, grocer, 26 Broomlands 

Peden, John, 6 Bank street 

Peden,, William S., clerk, British Linen Company's Bank,. 
Glasgow, 6 Bank street 

Pender, John, coal agent, 8 Barclay street. 

Pennel, John, grocer, 39 Maxwellton 

Peock, William, shipmaster, Meikleriggs 

Peters, Joseph, cooper, 16 Moss street 

Peters, Mrs, furnisher, 9 George street 

Pettigrew, V\ illiam, boot and shoemaker, 65 George street 

Philips, Alexander,, cowfeeder, 73 Canal street 

Phihps, William, & Co.,, silk, yarn, and cloth merchants, 
6 Forbes place 

Philips, William, of William Philips & Co., Crossflat 
House 

Philips, William, juja.,, at Wm». Philips & Co.'s, Crossflat, 
House 



92^ PAISLEY. 



Philips, William, draper, 15 High street — house, Falside 
Picken, Alexander, of Picken & Comrie, 11 Wardrop st. 
Picken & Comrie, machine and cabinetmakers, 3 Barclay, 

street 
Picken, John, house-factor,, 2 6 Storie street 
Picken, John, letter stamper, 26 Storie street 
Pinkerton, James, jun., clerk, Goods Station, 26 Gauze 

street 
Pinkerton, H. W., clerk, Railway Station, 26 Gauze street 
Pinkerton, James, missionary,. Carriagehill district, 26 

Gauze street 
Pinkerton, James, of Spence, Son, & Pinkerton, Blythe 

Holme cottage, Calside 
Pinkerton, John, feuar, 39 Wellmeadow 
Pinkerton, John, 53 High street 

Pinkerton, R. & J., ironmongers, tinsmiths, gasfitters, 
plumbers, .and bellhangers, 42 Moss street — workshop, , 
67 Back Sneddon 
Pinkerton, James, of R. & J. Pinkerton, 9 Hospital lane 
Pinkerton, Mrs, 65 Back Sneddon 

Pinkerton, Robt., of R. & J. Pinkerton, 67 Back Sneddon, 
Pinkerton, Mrs, 1 Garthland street 
Pinkerton, William, officer Free Martyrs' Church — house,. 

27 Maxwellton street 
Pollock, Alexander, jun., of James Pollock & Co., and 
agent for the City of Glasgow Bank — residence, Ric- 
cartsbar House 
Pollqck, A. Russell, of James Pollock & Co., Greenhill 
Pollock & Cochran j bleachers, washers, and dyers, Thrush- 

craig 
Pollock, James, & Co., yarn agents, 5 Causeyside, Paisley, 

and 2 George square, Glasgow 
Pollock, John, house-factor and insurance agent, 15 

Gilmour streets — house, 53 High street 
Pollock, Mary, grocer, 47 High street 
Pollock, Peter, of WilHam Caldwell & Co., Riccartsbar 

House 
Pollock, Rev. Alexander, minister Free South Church — - 

house, 5 Neilston street 
Pollock, Robert, farmer, Amochrie 



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Pollock, Robert, grain merchant, 1 6 Back Sneddon 
Pollock, Thomas, of Pollock & Cochran, Thrushcraig 

cottage 
Pollock, William, brick manufacturer and bricklayer — 

brick and lime yard, and office, 12 St. James street — 

brickworks, Gockston — ^house, 25 Moss street 
Pollock, William, furniture dealer, 81 High street — house^ 

9 Orr Square 
Pollock, William, grocer and provision merchant, 27 High 

street — house, 31 do. 
Pollock, William, waste dealer and broker, 58 Causeyside 
Pollock, William S., plumber, tinsmith, coppersmith, and 

gasfitter, 80 High street — workshop, 40 do. 
Pollock, William, jun., clerk to William Pollock, brick- 
maker, 25 Moss street 
Poison, John, of Brown and Poison, and of William Brown 

& Son, West Mount 
Poison, William, & Co., starch and corn flour manufacturers, 

Imperial Starch Works, Abercorn street 
Poison, William, of William Poison & Co., 5 Gauze street 
PorteouSj Alexander, clerk, 16 Barclay street 
Porteous, Dnndas S., engineer, machinist, and tool maker, 

and iron and brass founder, Snawdoun Works, 55 

Back Sneddon — residence, Priorscroft House, 50 High 

street — (See advertisement) 
Post Office, 9 Gilmour street — Francis Deans, postmaster 
Powers, Robert, Causeyside Toll Bar, Stonefield 
Prinu'ose, John, shopman to John Snodgrass & Son, 13 

Gauze street 
Pringle, Matthew, carter and cowfeeder, 24 Storie street 
Provau, Andrew, confectioner, 3 Maxwellton street 
Provan, John, farmer, Brediland 
Purves, James, general draper^ 44 New street— house, 27 

Maxwellton street 



QUIlSr, Francis, foreman at J, Clark & Co.'s, Gordon's lane,. 

14 Back Sneddon 
Quin, Samuel, 36 Moss street 



94 PAISLEY. 

RAE, Jolin, superintendent, Kibble Reformatory 

Ralston, John, flesher, 54 George street 

Ramage, Margaret S., milliner and straw liat maker, 70 
Love street 

Ramsay, James, grocer, 20 Abbey street 

Ramsay, Robert, grocer, 83 New Sneddon 

Rankin, John, & Co., brick makers and brick builders — 
North Caledonia Brickworks, Love street 

Rankine, Mrs, baker, 43 Broomlands 

Ray, Samuel, grocer, 16 Ferguslie 

Reid, Andrew, grocer, victualler, and grain dealer, 13 Old 
Sneddon — -house, do. 

Reid & Henderson, writers, 3 County place 

Reid, James, auctioneer and valuator, 18 High street^ — 
house, 16 Wellmeadow 

Reid, James, bookseller, stationer, and news agent, 18 
High street — ^liouse, 16 Wellmeadow 

Reid, James, dyer, 9 New Smithhills — house, Gallowhill 
cottage, Renfrew road 

Reid, James, house decorator and sign writer, 116 Causey- 
side — house, do. 

Reid, James, late teacher of Town's English School, Ses- 
sion Clerk of Middle Parish, registrar of births, &c., 
for the Districts of Middle and Low Parishes, 101 
High street 

Reid, James, of Barr & Reid, 69 High street 

Reid, Jane, victualler, 19 New Sneddon 

Reid, John, coal agent, 69 Broomlands 

Reid, John, cowfeeder, 19 Cotton street 

Reid, John, of M. Whitehill &l Co., Whitehaugh, Glasgow 
road 

Reid, John, printer, stationer, bookseller, confectioner, and 
fruiterer — shop, 4 Broomlands — printing office, 18 
High street — house, 2 Queen street 

Reid, Mrs Anthony, 13 Barclay street 

Reid, Mrs Sophia, dress and straw hat maker, 3 Gauze 

street 
Reid, Robert, warehouseman, at Yuill & Campbell's, 1 
Stevenson street 



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lleid, Thomas, & Son, smiths, engineers, and machinists, 

5 and 6 Bridge street (Newtown) — house, 6 do. 
jReid, Thomas, superintendent Industrial School, Albion st. 
Eeid, William, jun., at Reid & Henderson's, Chapelhill, 

by Blackball 
Eeid, William, of Reid & Henderson, Chapelhill, by 

Blackball 
Reid, William, spirit dealer, 72 Broomlands 
Reid, Robert, waste and metal merchant, 73 Broomlanda 
Reilly, James, broker, 32 WellmeadoW 
Reith, Robett, assistant superintendent, Kibble Reforma- 
tory 
Renfrew CoUnty Kilwintiing Mason Lodge, 8 High street 
Renfrew, Colin, 57 Canal street 
Renfrew, James, collector of Burgh Poors' Assessment, 8 

New Sneddon — house, 22 Caledonia street 
Renfrew, John, grocer and Cowfeeder, 2 Williamsburgh 
Renfrew, Robert, grocer, 6 bouth Campbell street 
Renfrewshire Independent Office, Gilraour street — John 

Millar, editor- — residence, Barrhead 
Rennie, James, flesher, 18 Wellmeadow 
R-ennison, J. Albert, 'architect, 4 Moss street — residence, 

Westmarch House 
Rennison, Mrs Alexander, Westmarch House 
Retson, James, contractor, 10 Gordon's lane 
Rew, George, traveller to James Snodgrass, Saucel Mill, 

2 Bladda 
Richardson, Isaac, tea and coffee merchant, and general 

grocer, 21 High street- — house, 88 do. 
Richardson, John, Free High Church officer, 79 High st. 
Richardson, Robert, 5 Gateside 
Richardson, Thomas, sugar merchant, Glasgow — residence^ 

Ralston House, Glasgow road 
Richmond, Daniel, M.D., 32 New street 
Richmond, George, jun., clerk, Victoria Saw Mills, 40 

Wellmeadow 
Richmond, S., teacher Neilson School, 49 High street 
Richmond, William, bread, biscuit, and pastry baker, and 

Temperance Hotel keeper, 46 Moss street 
Richmond, William, officer Martyrs' Church, 78 George 
street 



96 PAISLEY. 



Ricketts, William, book-keeper to Brown & Poison, Falside 
Risk, Robert, agent for Wm. Galloway & Co., coal masters 

— liouse, 51 Caledonia street 
Risk, William, fishmonger, 34 High street — (See adver- 
tisement) 
Ritchie, A., milliner and straw hat maker, 1 Old Sneddon 

— house, 82 Glen street 
Ritchie, David, bookbinder and stationer, 11 St. Mirren 

street 
Ritchie, David, general grocer and victualler, 25 Queen 

street 
Ritchie, James, general ironmonger, 47 Moss street — 

house, 51 Caledonia street 
Ritchie, John, ilesher, 20 George street 
Ritchie, John, family grocer, 25 George street 
Ritchie, Robert, grocer and provision merchant, 25 Gauze 

street and 57 Causeyside — house, 3 Christie street 
Ritchie, Robert, of Crawford and Ritchie, power loom 

cloth manufacturers, 14 Abercorn street 
Ritchie, William, baker, 19 Causeyside 
Ritchie, William, jun., baker, 84 Causeyside 
Robb, Andrew, clerk, Underwood Coal Depot, 13 Caledonia 

street 
Robb, Charles, & Co., railway carriers and contractors — = 

office, Greenlaw Goods Station 
Robb, John, coal merchant, Underwood Depot — house, 13 

Caledonia street 
Robb, Thomas, joiner and cartwright, 12 St. James street 

— ^house, 13 Caledonia street 
Robb, William, teller, Union Bank of Scotland, 2 Orr st. 
Robertson, David, farmer, Linwood 
Robertson, Hugh, of Fisher, Robertson, & Co., 4 Christie 

street 
Robertson, William, farmer. Old Hall and Whitehaugh — 

residence. Old Hall, Glasgow road 
Robertson, Daniel, officer, Oakshaw street Gaelic Church, 

13 Oakshaw street 
Robertson, Daniel, gardener, 3 Old Smithhills — nurseries, 

Greenlaw and Linside 
Robertson, Duncan, officer Middle Church, 25 Gau^ st. 



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Robertson, George, coppersmith, tinsmith, and gasfitter, 4 

New Sneddon — house, do. 
Robertson, James, of J. & J. Robertson, 144 George street 
Robertson, James, grocer, and provision merchant, 67 

Causeyside — house, 70 do 
Robertson, James, clerk, Clydesdale Banking Company, 59 

Causeyside 
Robertson, James, designer, 3 Orchard street — house, 59 

Causeyside 
Robertson, J. & J., shawl manufacturers, 3 Forbes place 
Robertson, John W., at Robert Murdoch & Co.'s, 14 

South Croft — house, 13 Old Sneddon 
Robertson, John, coal merchant. Underwood Depot — house, 

15 Sandholes 
Robertson, John W., merchant, 168 George street 
Robertson, John, hot-presser, packer, and finisher, St. 

Mirren's walk — house, 73 Causeyside 
Robertson, John, late letter carrier, 30 King street, 

Broomlands 
Robertson, Matthew, foreman to William Harris, watch- 
maker, 14 Abercorn street 
Robertson, Matthew, of M. Robertson & Co., Foxbar 
Robertson, M., & Co., bleachers, Foxbar 
Robertson & M'Gibbon, drapers, silk mercers, and clothiers, 

17 High street 
Robertson, Miss, 87 Canal street 
Robertson, Mrs Jane, furnisher, 16 Wellmeadow 
Robertson, Mrs, milliner, 24 Lawn street 
Robertson, Mrs WiUiam, fishmonger, 101 Causeyside — 

house, 22 do. 
Robertsoi^, Peter, Inland Revenue officer, 19 Abbey close 
Robertson, Peter, wine and spirit merchant, 2 Orchard 

street — house, 18 Causeyside 
Robertson, Robert, inspector of poor. Abbey Parish — ■ 

house, Greenside cottage, Calside 
Robertson, William, grocer and spirit dealer, 5 Carriage- 

hill 
Robertson & Son, hat and cap manufacturers, 48 Moss 

street — James Stewart, manager 
Robertson, Thomas, beamer, 1 Ferguslie walk 
I 



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Robertson, William, of Robertson & M'Gibbon, Castlehead 
Robin & Houston, soap and composite candlemakers — 

soap works — 61 New Sneddon, Paisley — composite 

candle works. Park street, Kinning park, Glasgow 
Robin, James L., industrial teacher. Industrial School — ■ 

house at the Lodge, Industrial School 
Robin, Robert, of Robin & Houston, Govan 
Robin, William, builder and monumental worker — office, 

14 Lady lane — house, 28 do. — (See advertisement) 
Robinson, James, boot and shoemaker, 77 High street 
Robson, Mrs., brush, basket, and toy dealer, 8 Moss street 

— house, 66 Love street 
Rodger, James, blacksmith, 90 George street 
Rodger, Alexander, tobacconist, 91 High street — house, 

49 Broomlands 
Rodger, John, of Rodger & M'Callum, 16 Causeyside 
Rodger, Matthew, flesher, 17 Sandholes 
Rodger, Matthew, grocer, 8 Wallneuk 
Rodger & M'Callum, silk, cotton, and wool yarn dyers, 

6 Marshall's lane 
Rodger, Robert, wine and spirit dealer, 14 St. Mirren st. 
Rodger, William, printer, 3 Mary street 
Ronald, Peter, at J. B. Wotherspoon's, 1 Hamilton place, 

78 New Sneddon 
Ronald, James, cowfeeder, 27 Love street 
Ronald, John, of Peter Jack, jun., & Co., 1 Hamilton 

place, 78 New Sneddon 
Ronald, Robert A., manufacturer, Daisy Bank, Back 

Sneddon 
Ronald, William, sanitary inspector, inspector of cleansing, 

and surveyor of drainage, 4 Moss street 
Ronald, William Y., warehouseman, at Wm. Cochran's, 

21 Causeyside ■» 
Rollo, James, builder, 45 Broomlands — yard, Castle street 
Ross, Alexander, of Ross & Duncan, Abercorn place, 13 

Niddry street 
Ross, A. M., at Robert Brown & Son's, Rosehill, Falside 
Ross, George, scourer, finisher, hotpresser, and packer, 24 

Thread street — house, 3 Seedhill 
Ross, Gilbert, precenter Gaelic Church — ^house, Lin wood 



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Ross, James, shoe manufacturer, 19 Broomlands 

Ross, James, teller. Bank of Scotland, 3 Hamilton street 

Ross, John, draper, 21 Wellmeadow 

Ross & Duncan, thread manufacturers, Abercorn Factory, 

6 Abercorn street 
Ross, John S., foreman at Paisley Herald office — chouse, 

8 Barclay street 
Rowan, James, confectioner, 3 Dovesland 
Rowan, Mrs, confectioner, 10 Lawn street 
Rowan, Peter, grocer, 27 New Sneddon 
Rowand, Andrew, farmer, 20 Ferguslie 
Rowand, Robert, at Robin & Houston's, 118 George street 
Rowand, Robert, clerk. Abbey Parochial Board, 20 Fer- 
guslie 
Rowand, Robert, farmer. West Candren 
Rowat, Mrs Robert, sen., Rosshill 
Rowat, Robert, of R. T. & J. Rowat, Prospecthill 
Rowat, Thomas, of R. T. & J. Rowat, Churchhill 
Rowat, R. T. & J., shawl and tartan manufacturers, 115 

Causeyside 
Rowat, William, of R. T. & J. Rowat, 21 St. James street 
Roxburgh, Miss, teacher of music, 81 High street 
Roxburgh, Mrs, midwife, 2 North Croft 
Roxburgh, Robert, coach builder, 4 Garthland lane — house, 

3 do. — (See advertisement) 
Rush, Thomas, hay and straw dealer, 5 Hospital lane 
Russell, Hugh M., at Robert Russell's, 94 Miller street,, 

Glasgow — house, 11 St. James place 
Russell, James, architect, Three-Mile-House, Glasgow road 
Russell, Joseph, clothier and hatter, 18 Gilmour street — ■ 

house, 26 Broomlands — (See advertisement) 
Russell, Robert, yarn agent, 94 Miller street, Glasgow — 

house, 11 St. James place 
Russell, Robert, writer, of Campbell & Russell, 7 High 

street — house, 26 Maxwellton street 
Russell, Robert Y., clerk to Matthew Blackwood, 68 Love 

street 
Eussell, Samuel, Victoria Chip Mills, Priesthill, by Nitshill 
Russell, Thomas, clerk to Campbell & Russell, 26 Max-, 

wellton street 



100 PAISLEY. 



Russell, Walter, beamer, 2 Silk street — house, 4 Stow lane 

Russell, William, butter and egg dealer, 3 Garthland street 

Russell, William, clerk. Goods Station, 23 Queen street 

Russell, William, feuar, 59 High street 

Russell, William, flesher, 67 Broomlands 

Russell, William, porter, Union Bank of Scotland, 49 Moss 

street 
Rutherford, Thomas, carter, 4 Garthland lane 

SACELL BREWERY COMPANY, 8 Saucel 

Saucel Distillery, King street, Saucel 

Sawer?, Joseph, weaving shop, 1 Prussia street — ^house, 9 
Neilston street 

Scadlock, George, designer, 3 Garthland street 

Scarlett, Samuel, cowfeeder, 3 Stirling street 

Scollan, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 38 Moss street 

Scott, Alexander, funeral undertaker, 93 High street 

Scott, Allan, 8 Back Sneddon 

Scott, Thomas, farmer, Hawfchead IMains 

Scott, Matthew, manufacturer, 109 Causeyside — ^liouse, 7 
Gateside 

Scott, John, clerk. Union Bank of Scotland, 12 William 
street, Johnstone 

Scott, Mrs, confectioner, 6 George street 

Scott, Mrs Elizabeth, furnisher and hosier, 101 High street 
— house, 11 Glen street 

Scott, _Mrs Matthew, grocer, 11 Saucel 

Scott, Thomas, grocer, 34 Canal street 

Semple, Alexander, at Joseph Whitehead'^s, 2 Seedhill 

Semple, David, writer and Notary Public, law agent far 

the Paisley Pleritable Property Investment Society,. 

and agent for the Caledonian Fire and Life Insurance 

Co., 16 Gilmour street — house, Towuhead, 68 High 

' street 

Semple, James, grocer, 36 Canal street 

Semple, James, grocer, 40 George street 

Semple, John, market gardener, Linside — shop, 1 George 
street 

Shankley, Robert, grocer and spirit merchant^ 84 Causey- 
side — house, 4 Silk street 



PAISLEY. 101 



Shanks, Alexander, staymaker, 28 Wellmeadow (District 

Post Office) 
Shanks, Mrs, midwife, 25 Old Sneddon 
Shanks, Mrs William, grocer, 9 School wynd 
vSharp, David G., of Brown, Sharps, & Tyars, 28 India st., 

Glasgow 
Sharp, Miss Margaret, Orr Square 
Sharp, Eobert, Master of Works for Burgh, County build-. 

ings — house, 29 St. James street 
Sharpe, Patrick, broker, 14 Moss street, and 10 Old Sned- 
don — house, 14 Moss street 
Shaw, James, officer Baptist Church, 43 Storie street 
Shaw, Mrs Catherine, grocer, 1 Bridge street 
Shearer, James H., clerk at James King's coach office — 

house, 5 Stow street 
Shearer, James, grain merchant, 71 Broomlands 
Shearer, Jane, wine and spirit merchant, 71 Broomlands 
Shepherd, Louis Storer, teacher, John Neilson Educational 

Institution, 18 Oakshaw street 
Sim, Ann, grocer, 14 Carriagehill 
Sim, Duncan & Peter, bakers, 6 Glen street 
Sim, Hugh, Chamberlain's Office, County buildings— house, 

59 Love street 
Sim, John, baker, 94 Causeyside 
Sim, Thomas, jun., confectioner,. 36 High street 
Sim, Thomas, sen., confectioner, 26 Wellmeadow 
Sim, William, & Co., soap and candle manufacturers, I 

West Croft 
Simm, William, feuar, 17 Williamsburgh 
Simon, Andrew, miller and grain merchant, Cardonald 

Mnis, Glasgow road 
Simpson, Alexander, manager at Blair &; Co.'s, hatters, 28 

High street 
Simpson, John, & Son, wood and ivory turners, and bowl 

makers, 32 High streetr— house, 60 do. 
Simpson, Miss, dressmaker, Renfrew road 
Simpson, Mrs, milliner and dressmaker, 5 County place 
Simpson, Peter, baker, 33 Causeyside 
Sinclair, Alexander, feuar, 2 Garthland street 
Sinclair, Daniel, smith, 3 Garthland street 
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102 PAISLEY. 



Sinclair, Janet, draper, 4 Wellmeadow 

Sinclair, Peter, house-painter and decorator, 15 Well- 
meadow — (See advertisement) 

Skene, l^Iargaret, white seam sewer, 1 1 Back Sneddon 

Skinnider, P., green grocer, 25 South Croft 

Slater, Edward, gardener and green grocer, 58 Causeyside 

Slater, Mrs John, 7 G-auze street 

Sloan, Mrs, dressmaker, 39 New street 

Small, Mrs, bookseller, 63 Causeyside — ^house, 56 do. 

Small, Miss, confectioner, 35 Causeyside 

Smellie, James, 2 Maxwellton 

Smiles, James S., surveyor of taxes and lands valuation 
assessor, 1 Cotton street — house, Thrushcraig 

Smith, Alexander, grocer. 6 Barclay street 

Smith, Alexander, 33 New Sneddon 

Smith, Alexander, tailor, 6 Love street 

Smith, Andrew, tobacco pipe manufacturer, 30 Gauze st. 

Smith, Benjamin, grocer, 3 Garthland street 

Smith, Benjamin, warehouseman at Charles Smith & 
Co.'s, 3 Garthland street 

Smith, Charles, & Co., shawl manufacturers, 113 Causey- 
side 

Smith, Charles, of Charles Smith & Co., 4 Garthland st. 

Smith, Charles, jun., of James Carlile, Sons, & Co., 
Milliken Park 

Smith & Cochran, milliners and dressmakers, 1 High st. 

Smith, Duncan S., at William Brown, jun., and Co.'s, 3 
Garthland street 

Smith, lErnest, Craigielea Chemical Works — office, 114 
West street, Glasgow — house. Wester Kossland 

Smith, George, contractor, 24 Glen street 

Smith, George, at Robert Kerr & Son's, 3 Blackball 
buildings 

Smith, Helen, pawnbroker, 108 George street 

Smith & Glass, boot and shoemakers, 2 Broomlands 

Smith, Hugh, bootmaker, 30 Causeyside 

Smith, James, Kilmarnock carrier, 12 Causeyside 

Smith, James, saddler, successor to John Christie, 49 Moss 
street — house, 34 do. 

Smith, James, traveller to Spence, Son, & Pinkerton, 63 
George street 



PAISLEY. 103 



Smith, John, commercial traveller, 31 High street 
Smith, John, contractor and builder, 1 1 Stow street — 

house, 12 Wardrop street 
Smith, John, foreman, 3 Blackhall buildings 
Smith, John, grocer, 16 Orchard street 
Smith, John, minister of the Gaelic Church, Oakshaw 

street — house, 52 Storie street 
Smith, John, Wester Carriagehill cottage 
Smith, Joseph, & Son, grain and provision merchants, 30 

Orchard street — house for both, 6 Blackhall buildings 
Smith, Miss Janet, teacher, 125 George street — house, 43 

do. 
Smith, Mrs David, spirit dealer and grocer, 5 Abbey close 
Smith, Mrs J., milliner, 34 Moss street 
Smith, Mrs, grocer, 10. Silk street 
Smith, Mrs, of Smith & Cochran, milliners and dressmakers, 

8 West Croft 
Smith, Robert, hatter, 88 High street — house, 77 High 

street, Johnstone — James Bowie, manager 
Smith, Robert, pawnbroker's manager, 40 Lady lane 
Smith, William, clerk, Post Office, 145 George street 
Smith, William, farmer. New Mains, Inchinnan 
Smith, William, of Thomson, Smith, & Co., drapers, 16 

Sandholes 
Smith, William N., warehouseman at W. Cochrane's, 6 

Love street 
Snedden, James, keeper of the Paisley Swimming Baths, 

14 Storie street 
Snodgrass, James, miller and grain merchant, Saucel Mill 

— house, 8 Gateside 
Snodgrass, John, proprietor of Abercorn Rooms, 22 Gauze 

street 
Snodgrass, John N., of John Snodgrass &. Son, 22 Gauze 

street 
Snodgrass, John, & Son, house-painters, decorators, and 

glass gilders, paper hangers, oil and colour merchants, 

21 Gauze street — house, 22 do. 
Snodgrass, Miss, milliner and straw hat maker, Q)Q Causey- 
side 
Somerville, Jane, grocer and green grocer, 21 Moss street 



104 PAISLEY. 



Sorley, Mrs, grocer, 12 Gauze street 

Sorley, William, officer Thread street U.P. Churcli, 10 

Thread street 
Souden, Alexander, pensioner, 37 Back Sneddon 
Sonden, William, flesher, 26 Causeyside, and 149 George 

street — house, 16 George street 
Southwell, Peter, ropemaker, 18 High street — house, 65 

Love street 
Speir, Thomas, of Burnbrae & Blackstoun — residence, 

Burnbrae House 
Spiers, Alexander, of Spiers & Gibb, Castlehead 
Speirs, David, & Co., manufacturers, 167 George street — 

dyeworks, Blackball 
Spiers, David, of David Speirs & Co., 9^ Stevenson street 
Speirs, David, foreman at John Cunningham & Sons, 6^ 

Barclay street 
Speirs & Gibb, coal merchants. Underwood and Stoney 

brae depots — office, Terrace buildings, 109 High street 

— (See advertisement) 
Speirs, J., wholesale crystal and china merchant, and 

dealer in cotton and woollen waste, 15 Wellmeadow 

— house, do. 
Speirs, Gibb, & Young, fire clay manufacturers, Cale- 
donia Fire Clay Works, Greenock road — town office, 

Terrace buildings, 109 High street 
Speirs, William, china, crystal, and waste merchant,. 13 

Wellmeadow^ — house, do. — (See advertisement) 
Spence, John, of Spence, Son, & Pinkerton, 62 Storie st. 
Spence, John, jun., of Spence, Son, & Pinkerton, 86 High 

street 
Spence, Son, & Pinkerton, ham ourers and wholesale pro- 
vision merchants, 62 Storie street 
Sproul, Alexander, spirit dealer, 6 Union street, Charleston 
Sproul, Andrew, smith and farrier, 10 Lylesland 
Sproul, James, teacher, Carriagehill School, and chaplain,. 

Abbey Poorhouse — house, 14 Barr street 
Sproul, James, baker, 144 George street 
Sproul, Janet, confectioner and fruiterer, 13 Wellmeadaw 
Sproul, William, baker, 27 New Sneddon 
iSproul, William, broker^ 29 New Smithhills 



PllSLET. 105 



Spruell, Andrew, veterinary surgeon, 8 Christie street 
Spruell, Andrew, smith, cartwright, and van-builder, 8 

Christie street 
Spruell, Mrs, Robert, 8 Christie street 
Stalker, John, silk, cotton, and wool dyer. Bridge street 

dyeworks (Newtown) — ^house, Spring Bank cottage, 

Love street 
Standford, William, officer Roman Catholic Chapel, 4 East 

Buchanan street 
Stark, Mrs, matron Female House of Refuge, Stow place 
Steel, Alexander, traveller to Robin & Houston, 48 Grove 

street, Glasgow 
Steel, James, fishmonger and poulterer, 1 High street — 

house, 23 Abbey street — (See advertisement) 
Steel, Joseph, grocer, 30 Thread street 
Steel, Mrs, ladies' nurse, 25 Old Sneddon 
Steel, William, spirit merchant, 12 Saucel 
Steen, James, blacking and blue manufacturer, 60 Back 

Sneddon 
Steven, William, cowfeeder, 13 Prussia street 
Steven, William, ropemaker, sacking, &c., 82 High street 

— house, 33 do. 
Stevenson, Alexander, farmer, Westmarch, Inchinnan road 
Stevenson, Arthur, farmer, Knock, Renfrew road 
Stevenson, David, grocer, and lemonade and ginger beer 

maker, 29 Glen street 
Stevenson, James, grocer, 42 Broomlands 
Stevenson, James, cowfeeder and hay dealer, 25 Lawn 

street 
Stevenson, James, furnisher, 1 Wellraeadow 
Stevenson, John, clerk at R. Kerr & Sons, 2 Christie street 
Stevenson, ^John, furnisher, G Silk street 
Stevenson, John, hosier, 67 Canal street 
Stevenson, John, jun., of John Stevenson & Sons, 36 New 

Sneddon 
Stevenson, John, & Sons, tobacco and candle manufacturers, 

77 New Sneddon 
Stevenson, Mrs, farmer, Bardrain 
Stevenson, Robert, of John Stevenson & Sons, 77 New 

Sneddon 



106 PAISLEY. 



Stevenson, Robert, spirit dealer, 6 Cotton street 
Stevenson, Robert, tobacconist, 12 St. Mirren street — 

house, 104 High street 
Stevenson, Robert, Paisley and Kilbarchan carrier — 

quarters, 12 Causeyside 
Stevenson, Samuel, coal dealer, 13 Wallneuk 
Stevenson, Thomas, letter-stamper, 9 St. Mirren street 
Stevenson, Thomas, family grocer, and wii^e and spirit 

merchant, 8 Gauze street 
Stevenson, William, traveller to Macfarlane &Co., George 

Hotel 
Stewart, Alexander, English Baking Co., 89 High street — 

house, 103 George street 
Stewart, Andrew, cowfeeder, 2 Moncrief street 
Stewart, Andrew, of James Stewart & Son, 59 Love street 
Stewart, Charles Walker, Lieutenant of Burgh Police, 3 

Glen street 
Stewart, Donald, manager at Blackland Mill 
Stewart, Henry, & Co,, dyers, 1 North street 
Stewart, James, at Alex. Gardner's, 3 Moss street — house, 

8 St. James place 
Stewart, James, & Co., distillers. King street, Saucel 
Stewart, James, inspector of works to J. & P. Coats — 

house, Nethercraigs 
Stewart, James, of James Stewart k Son, 21 New Sneddon 
Stewart, James, manager to Robertson & Son, Stanley 

place, 50 Causeyside 
Stewart, James, & Son, joiners, and timber merchants, 20 

New Sneddon 
Stewart, John, of William Philips & Co., Falside House 
Stewart, John, carter and contractor, 42 Back Sneddon 
Stewart, John, at James Stewart & Co.'s, Stanley place, 

48 Causeyside 
Stewart, John, plumber and gasfitter, 8 Old Sneddon — 

house, 37 New Sneddon 
Stewart, Mrs, confectioner, 53 High street 
Stewart, Matthew, at Wm. Philips & Co., Falside House 
Stewart, Misses, 17 Maxwellton 
Stewart, Miss, 3 Blackball buildings 
Stewart, Mrs Allan, farmer, Arkleston 



PAISLEY. 107 



Stewart, Mrs Arcliibald, 1 Christie street 

Stewart, Mrs Robert, 2 St. James street 

Stewart, Peter, pawnbroker, 28 New street 

Stewart, Rev. James, incumbent Trinity Churcb, Clinrcli 

of England, 10 St James place — residence, 2 Hamilton 

place, 78 New Sneddon 
Stewart, Rev. J. Douglas, minister of Martyrs' Church, 43 

George street 
Stewart, William, architect and land surveyor, 4 Moss 

street — house, 17 Myrtle street, Glasgow 
Stewart, William, at Hanna, Donald, and Wilson's, 25 

Glen street 
Stewart, William, flesher, 29 George street 
Stewart, William, auctioneer and valuator, 4 Moss street — ■ 

house, 17 Myrtle. street, Glasgow 
Stewart, William, farmer, Thornly 
Stewart, William, head-master School of Art, 14 Gilmour 

street — house, 24 Sandyford place, Glasgow 
Stirling, Hugh, miller and grain merchant, Seedhill mills — 

house, 24 Seedhill 
Stirling, John, wholesale wine and spirit merchant, 5 

Old Smithhills— house, 29 New Smithhills 
Stirling, Mrs, confectioner, 14 Williamsburgh 
Stirling, M. & M., milliners, 6 Storie street — ^house, 24 

Seedhill 
Stirling, Robeit, spirit merchant, 2 Wellmeadow 
Stirling, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 1 Garthland 

street 
Stirrat, Mrs, broker, 70 High street 
Stobbo, Thomas, gardener, Westmarch 
Storie, Archibald, agricultural implement maker, horse 

shoer-, and jobbing smith, Glen lane, off St. James 

street — house, 65 Love street 
Storrie, J. & W., china merchants and waste dealers, 37 

High street — (See advertisement) 
Storrie, James, of J. & W. Storrie, 1 Storie street 
Storrie, James, flesher, 9 Moss street — house, 1 Storie 

street 
Storrie, William, of J. & W. Storrie, 3 North street 
Stow School, Stow place — Misses Brown & Dalziel, 

teachers 



108 PAISLEY. 



Straclian, James, at Jolin M'Keclinie & Co.'s, 81 Broom- 
lands 

Strang, James, farmer, Whiteford 

Struthers, William, salesman at Macfarlane & Co.'s, 10 
Well street 

Sturrock, Rev. James B., minister of Free Higli Church, 
29 Oakshaw street 

Sunter, John, cabinetmaker, 20 West street — house, 101 
George street 

Sunter, William, cabinetmaker, 37 Wellmeadow — work- 
shop, 43 do. 

Sutherland, Donald, assistant inspector of poor, Abbey- 
Parish — house, 2 Orr street 

Swan, James, Wattiston, Lochwinnoch 

Swan, Matthew, baker, 73 Causeyside 

Sweenie, David, boot and shoemaker, 4 Stock street 

Sweenie, James, No. 3 letter carrier, 38 Causeyside 

Symington, J. M,, silk and yarn merchant, Causeyside 
court, 15 Causeyside — residence, Oakshaw House 

Symington, Misses, 33 Oakshaw street 



TAGG, Alexander, teacher, Causeyside street Sessional 
school, 27 St. James street 

Tannoch, Jane, china merchant, 86 High street 

Tannahill, Andrew, officer George street U.P. Church, 14 
Barr street 

Taylor, Mrs, midwife, 65 George street 

Taylor, Archibald, School wynd 

Taylor, David, M.D., 7 St. James place 

Taylor, John, designer, 23 George street 

Taylor, Mrs Thomas, spirit dealer, Moss-side, Greenock 
road 

Teas, Andrew, 3 Millarston 

Teas, Joseph, green grocer, 17 Back Sneddon 

Telfer, Mrs James, Tyburn cottage, Falside 

Templeton, Andrew, builder, 28 Glen street — ^yard, Under- 
wood 

Templeton, Miss, furnisher, 24 Causeyside — house, 3 War- 
drop street 



PAISLEY. 109 



Templeton, Mrs William, victualler, grocer, and spirit 

dealer, 13 Canal street 
Tennent, Allan, of Lamberton & Tennent, 6 George street 
The Paislej' Herald and Renfrewshire Advertiser, 2 Gil- 

mour street — ^printing establishment, 10 High street 
Thomas, Patrick, grocer, 27 Old Sneddon 
Thomson, Alexander, card cutter, 1 Prussia street — ^house, 

13 Abbey street 
Thomson, Mrs Archibald, innkeeper. County Hotel, County 

place 
Thomson, David, grave digger. High and Low Parishes, 

13 School wynd 
Thomson, David, of Thomson & Allan, engineers, John- 
stone — house, 65 Love street 
Thomson, H. H., of Sacell Brewery Co., 55 High street 
Thomson, James, of William Philips & Co., Calside House 
Thomson, James S., flesher, 17 Old Smithhills 
Thomson, John, brick and tile maker, Westmarch — house, 

59 Love street 
Thomson, John, brush, basket, comb, and fancy warehouse, 

87 High street — house, 32 do. — (See advertisement) 
Thomson, John, cloth agent, 1 St. James street 
Thomson, John, currier, 25 Thread street — ^house, 29 do. 
Thomson, John, keeper of Wilson Hall, 40 High street 
Thomson, John G-., teacher of English, &c., John Neilson 

Institution, 9 Wellmeadow 
Thomson, John, stationer and bookseller, 7 High street 

(Cross) — house, 11 Barclay street 
Thomson, John, at William Philips & Co.'s, Calside House 
Thomson, Joseph, ironmonger, plumber, tinsmith, and 

gasfitter, 98 High street — house, 11 St. James place 

— (See advertisement) 
Thomson, Miss, 66 High street 
Thomson, Mrs G., fruiterer, 113 George street 
Thompson, Mrs, spirit dealer, 30 Ferguslie 
Thomson, Rev. John, Free St. George's Manse, Blackball 

Terrace 
Thomson, Rev. Peter, QG High street 
Thomson, Robert, grocer and spirit dealer, 10 Storie street 
Thomson, Robert, spirit dealer, 5 Williamsburgh 



110 PAISLEY. 



Thomson, Smith, & Co,, drapers, 23 High street 

Thomson, William, of Thomson, Smith, & Co., 16 Sand- 
holes 

Thomson, "William, at Sacell Brewery, 55 High street 

Thomson, William, jun., at Sacell Brewery, 55 High street 

Thomson, William C., tailor and clothier, 8 High street 

Thomson, William, spirit dealer, 45 Broomlands 

Tiverdale, William, forester, Houston 

Todd, Alexander, manufacturer, 109 Causeyside — house, 
23 George street 

Todd, George, brassfounder, 13 High street — house, 40 do. 

Todd, Mrs George, 61 Love street 

Tomney, John, broker, 1 7 Moss street 

Towers, Daniel, officer of Congregational chapel, 25 Old 
Sneddon 

Train, Mrs John, grocer, 31 George street 

Trench, James, smith and bellhanger, 15 Storie street — 
house, 151 George street 

Trench, Robert, weavers' agent, 7 Orchard street 

Tudhope, John, farmer, Meikleriggs 

Tudhope, John, gardener and contractor, 1 1 Barclay street 

Tumbull, James, of Clark & Turnbull, 1 Abbey street 

Turnbull, George, baker and confectioner, 40 High street 
— house, do. 

Turnbull, James, baker, 78 Broomlands 

Turner, Robert, broker, 3 Abbey close 

Twigg, Misses, 27 Gauze street 

Tyre, John, clerk at Hodge, Young, k Martin's, 5 Silk st. 



UNION BANK of Scotland, 3 Gilmour street— William 

Abercrombie, agent 
Ure, David, of J. & D. Ure, 6 Brown's lane 
Ure, J. & D., grocers and provision merchants, 4 High 

street (Cross) — house, 7 Brown's lane 
Ure, James, of J. & D. Ure, 18 George street 
Ure, Thomas, general grocer and ham curer, 97 Causeyside 

— house, 7 Brown's lane 
Urie, Mrs, 11 Ferguslie 



PAISLEY. Ill 



VALLANCE, Alexander, joiner and cabinetmaker, 17 

Moss street — ^house, 36 do. 
Yallance, James, 33 Old Sneddon 
Vallance, Mrs John, S3 Old Sneddon 
Yance, William, & Sons, engineers, millwrights, and joiners, 

20 Old Smithhills— houses, 60 Mill street and 15 

George street 

WADDELL, Mrs, confectioner, 28 Great Hamilton st. 
WaddeU, Mrs Jane, spirit dealer, 60 Causeyside 
Waddell, William, confectioner, 10 Gauze street 
Wagstaff, Matthew, waste dealer, 5 Orchard street — 

house, do. 
Walker, Alexander, cowfeeder, 14 High street 
Walker, Andrew, late manufacturer, 8 George street 
Walker, Andrew, of William Hamilton & Co., 51 High 

street 
Walkers & Co., shawl manufacturers, 113 Causeyside 
Walker, Drybrough, & Co., yarn printers and dyers, 

Arkleston 
Walker, Francis, china merchant and waste dealer, 1 Neil- 

ston street 
Walker, Hugh, grocer and spirit dealer, 16 Broomlands 
Walker, James, cowfeeder and hay and straw dealer, 33 

Causeyside 
Walker, James, grocer, 16 Broomlands 
Walker, John Blair, clerk. National Bank of Scotland, 24 

Causeyside 
Walker, John, baker, 22 Wellmeadow 
Walker, James, cooper, Saucel Distillery, Saucel 
Walker, John, jun., of Walkers & Co., 4 Gateside 
Walker, John, 24 Causeyside 

Walker, John, of Cochran & Walker, 140 George street 
Walker, John, surgeon- dentist, 92 High street — (See ad- 

vertisment) 
Walker, Margaret, farmer, Windy Hall 
Walker, Mrs Margaret, grocer, 100 George Street 
Walker, Mrs, spirit dealer, 9 North Croft 
Walker, Mrs, cowfeeder and victualler, 23 Abbey street 
Walker, Mrs David, 13 Carriagehill — house, do. 



112 PAISLEY. 



Walker, Robert, of Walker, Son, & Co., Rosebank cot- 
tage 

Walker, Robert, 12 Queen street 

Walker, Samuel, bill poster, 17 Causeyside 

Walker, Son, & Co., manufacturers, 113 Causeyside 

Walker, Thomas, of MHlar, Walker, & Millar, 23 Moss 
street 

Wallace, Andrew, & Son, silk, cotton, and wool dyers, 
Cumberland dye-works, Cumberland place 

Wallace, Andrew, of Andrew Wallace & Son, 20 Gauze st. 

Wallace, Andrew, jun., of Andrew Wallace & Son, 26 
Causeyside 

Wallace, Bernard, rag and waste merchant, 13 South 
Croft 

Wallace, Charles, slater, 23 New Smithhills — house, do. 

Wallace, Connell, & Co., plumbers and lead merchants, 8 
Gilmour street. Paisley, and 9 Manse street, Ren- 
frew 

Wallace & Connell, plumbers, 108 Argyle street, 190 
North street, and brassfounders, 59 M' Alpine street, 
Glasgow 

Wallace, E., confectioner, 89 Causeyside 

Wallace, Hugh, jun., Stanley place, 50 Causeyside 

Wallace, Hugh, shawl manufacturer, 114 Causeyside— 
house, Saucel Bank 

Wallace, James, grocer, 1 Dovesland 

Wallace, John, tobacconist, 24 High street 

Wallace, Mrs David, draper, 14 Barclay street 

Wallace, Miss Elizabeth, milliner and straw hat maker, 33 
George street 

Wallace, William, joiner and timber merchant, 27 Broom- 
lands — house, do. 

Wallace, Peter, foreman at William Wallace's, 49 Broom- 
lands 

Wallach, Henry, of Anderson and Wallach, CamphUl 

Walls, Connelly, green grocer, 7 Old Sneddon 

Warrington, trustees of the late Mary Ann, pawnbroker, 
24 Gauze street 

Wason, James, under manager at J. Clark & Co.'s, 6 Barr 
street 



PAISLEY. 113 

Wason, Charles Dalton, teacher, 125 George street — 

house, 51 Broomlands 
Waterstou, Alexander, assistant registrar for Abbey Parish, 

24 Glen street 
"Waterston, John, florist, 23 Calside 
Waterston, J. & R., painters, paper hangers, and oil and 

colour merchants, 4 County place 
Waterston, Robert, registrar of births, &c., and session- 
clerk for Abbey Parish, and agent for British Imperial 
Insur-ance Corporation, 4 Old Smithhills — ^house, 
"VYilliamsburgh 
Waters, William, clerk at R. Kerr &Sons, 57 Canal street 
Watson, Alexander, painter and paper hanger, 81 Broom- 
lands — house, 13 Castle street. 
Watson, M., milliner and straw hat maker, 81 Broomlands 
Watson & Pattison, builders and monumental workers. 
Lady lane, opposite Victoria place — (See advertise- 
ment) 
Watson, Christopher, farmer. East Fuhvood 
Watson, James, Stanley place, 50 Causeyside 
Watson, Matthew, joblDing smith, 7 j^^ew Smithhills 
Watson, Miss, milliner and dressmaker, 6 Lawn street 
Watson, Richard, editor of Paisley Herald and Renfrewshire 
Advertiser, 2 Gilmour street — house, 4 Gauze street 
Watson, Robert, oil and colour merchant, 1 George street 

— house, 10 Stow street 
Watson, Robert, shopman, Caledonia street 
Watson, Daniel, of Watson & Pattison, 33 Lady lane 
Watson, Thomas, tea merchant, 6 Wellmeadow 
Watson, Thomas, yarn and waste merchant, 34 Causeyside 
Watson, Thomas, Maxwellton Farm, 7 Neil street 
Watson, William B., Paisley Herald Office, 2 Gilmour 
street^^works, and printing office, 10 High street — 
house, 4 Gauze street 
Watson, William, flesher, 2 High street — house, 29 New 

Smithhills 
Watson, William, painter, paper-hanger, and oil and colour 

merchant, 23 Smithhills — house, 6 Silk street 
Watt, Dancan, traveller to Robin & Houston, 132 South 
Portland street, Glasgow 
K 2 



114 t»AI3tEY. 



Watt, Mrs, 8 Abbey street 

Watt, Robert, grocer, 24 Broomlands 

Watt, Mrs William, 2 Well street 

Webster, Andrew, warper, 13 Causeyside — house, 12 

Abbey street 
Webster, James, clerk at Peter Kerr & Son's, 24 Gordon's 

lane 
'Weddell, John, draper, 39 Kigh street — house, 68 do. 
"Weir, Andrew, M.B., CM., 33 Williamsburgh 
Weir, Andrew, feuar, 33 \\ illiamsburgh 
Weir, George, upholsterer and cabinetmaker, 93 Kigh 

street — house, 90 do. 
Weir, James, wine and spirit dealer, 63 Broomlands 
Weir, James, farmer, Barskiven 

Weir, James, wholesale and retail grocer, and cheese mer- 
chant, 10 Smithhills and Saucel — house, 1 Gauze 

street 
Weir, James, salesman at William Gibson's, 18 Orchard 

street 
Weir, John, booking clerk, Gilmour Street Station, 18 St. 

James street 
Weir, John, grocer, 15 Gauze street 
Weir, John, upholsterer, 12 High street 
Weir, William, farmer, Parkhouse 
Whammond, James, spirit dealer, 4 Caledonia street 
White, George, seedsman, nurseryman, and florist, 3 Moss 

street — nursery and house, Ladyburn, Williamsburgh 

(See advertisement) 
W-Tiite, Jam.es, warper, house factor, and insurance agent, 

109 Causeyside — house, 5 Stow street 
White, James, grocer, 4 Lylesland 
White, John, farmer, Hairshaw 
V\'hite, Miss, grocer, Potterhill 
White, Thomas, of White, Hodgart, & Co., 5 George 

street 
White, Hodgart, & Co., engineers and machine makers, 28 

Gordon's lane 
Whyte, James, 2 Caledonia street 
Whyte, James M., agent City of Glasgow Friendly Society^ 

39 High street 



PAISLEY. 1 1 T) 



White, William, farmer, Fulwood 

Whyte, Miss, milliner and straw hat maker, 43 High st. 

Whyte, Miss, 31 Gauze street 

White, Mrs James, milliner, 70 Canal street 

White, Mrs James, grocer, 1 Wardrop street 

Whyte, William, joiner, cabinetmaker, and upholsterer, 

33 Wellmeadow — (See advertisement) 
White, Robert, spirit merchant, 11 St. James place 
Whiteford, Andrew, coal merchant, Underwood coal depot 

— house, 141 George street 
Whiteford, David E., flesher and hamcurer, 88 Causeyside 
Whiteford, Miss, milliner and straw hat maker, 82 Broom- 
lands — house, 2 do. 
Whiteford, J. H., photographer, 25 Storie street — (See 

advertisement) 
Whiteford, William, beamer, 17 Castle street 
Whitehead, Joseph, agent for the Westminster Fire and 

Westminster and General Life Insurance Companies, 

and National Provincial Plate Glass Insurance 

Company, 6 Moss street — house, 44 Broomlands 
Whitehead, Joseph, tanner, 1 Seedhill — residence, Kilnside 

House 
Whitehead, Walter, grocer, 50 George street, and 44 

Broomlands ; and coal merchant — depots, Underwood 

and Stoney brae — office, 6 Moss street — house, 44 

Broomlands 
Whitehill, M., & Co., shawl manufacturers, 7 Causeyside 
Wilkie, James, joiner and glazier, painter and paper 

hanger, 1 and 2 Hunter street — house, 2 do. 
Wilkie, John, painter and paper-hanger, 39 High street — 

house, do. 
Williams, William, bill-poster, 18 Old Sneddon — (See 

advertisement) 
Williamson, John, agent for the Victoria Assurance Co., 

11 New Smithhills 
Wills, James, provision merchant, 63 George street 
Wills, William, clerk at Brown & Poison's, 63 George 

street 
Wilson, Adam, dyer, George street dye-works, 156 George 

street — house, 13 do. 



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Wilson, Rev. Alexander, minister of the Evangelical Union 

Church, 21 New street 
Wilson, Brothers, powerloom cloth manufacturers, George 

Street Factory, 147 George street 
Wilson, Daniel, flesher, 18 Smithhills — house, 3 Gauze 

street 
Wilson, David, wholesale confectioner, 3 County place — 

house, 12 Abbey street 
Wilson, David, house factor and insurance agent, 12 Abbey 

street 
Wilson, David, of M. Whitehill & Co., Falside 
Wilson, George, foreman to Robert Kerr & Son, 11 Thread 

street 
Wilson, Henry, baker, 17 Wellmeadow 
Wilson & Hamilton, builders — office, 19 Cotton street 
Wilson, James, flesher, 17 George street 
Wilson, James, jeweller and watchmaker, 92 High street 
Wilson, James, storekeeper Equitable Co-operative Society, 

9 Stock street — house, 6 Carriagehill 
Wilson, James, jun., factor, Hawkhead, off Barrhead 

road 
Wilson, John, broker, 84 Broomlands 
Wilson, John, cashier at J. Clark & Co.'s, Stanley place^ 

50 Causey side 
Wilson, John, of M. Whitehill & Co., 29 Causeyside 
Wilson, John, surgeon, 13 Broomlands 
Wilson, Mary, furnisher, 81 New Sneddon 
Wilson, Matthew, factor to Thomas Speir of Burnbrae and 

Blackstoun— residence, Blackstoun 
Wilson, Miss J., dressmaker, 44 Moss street 
Wilson^ Mrs, 44 Moss street 
Wilson, Mrs Andrew, 1 Christie street 
Wilson, Mrs, 5 Christie street 
Wilson, Robert, baker. 111 George street 
Wilson, Robert, manager at Wm. Poison & Co.'s, 1 Hamil- 
ton street 
Wilson, Robert, bookseller, 84 Broomlands — house, 46 

High street 
Wilson, Robert, of Hanna, Donald, & Wilson, 1 Garthland 

street 



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Wilson, Eobert, slater, 21 West street 

Wilson, Thomas, clerk, at Campbell & Bussell's, 5 George 
street 

Wilson, Thomas, farmer. North Hillington 

Wilson, Thomas, chemist and druggist, 36 Ferguslie — 
house, 29 Maxwellton 

Wilson, Thomas, of Wilson & Hamilton, 19 Cotton street 

Wilson, Walter, 25 Old Sneddon 

Wilson, Walter, wholesale toy merchant, 4 Storie street 

Wilson, William, wholsale stationer, bookbinder, and 
news agent, 107 High street (Coffee-Koom Buildings) 
— house and workshop, 18 Gilmour street — (See ad- 
vertisement) 

Wilson, William, boot and shoemaker, 70 Broomlands — 
house, 23 Maxwellton street 

Wilson, William, of William Wilson & Son, 5 George 
street 

Wilson, William, grocer, 5 Bridge street 

Wilson, William, slater, 6 Wellmeadow — (See advertise- 
ment) 

Wilson, William, & Son, shawl manufacturers, 4 Cumber- 
land court, Causeyside 

Wingate, Robert, keeper of Coffee Room, 6 Orchard street 

Winning, James, accountant, house -factor, and agent for 
the Northern Insurance Company, and Guardian 
Plate Glass Jkssurance Company, Terrace buildings, 
109 High street-— house, do. 

Wood, James, cloth merchant, 13 Barr street 

Wood, James, coal merchant, Underwood and Stoney 
Brae depots. Paisley ; and Fulbar street, Renfrew — 
house, 46 Oakshaw street 

Woodrow, A. T., cabinetmaker, upholsterer, and joiner, 9 
Churchhill — house, 87 High street 

Woodrow, Matthew, bell-hanger and jobbing smith, 42 
New street — house, 8 Churchhill 

Woodrow, John, grocer, and spirit dealer, 9 Williamsburgh 

Woodrow, John, station-master, County place, 28 St. 
James street 

Woodrow, William F., cashier, Railway Station, 4 Glen 
street 



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Wotherspoon, W. S., tobacconist, 8 High street (Cross) 
— house, 15 Wardrop street 

Wotherspoon, J. B., yarn merchant and drysalter, 15 
Causeyside — house, Castlehead cottage 

"Wotherspoon, Robert, insurance agent, 50 Maxwellton 

Wotherspoon, Wm., manufacturer of the Glenfield Starch 
— works, Maxwellton — warehouses, Kinning Park, 
Glasgow, and Queen Street, London — (See advertise- 
ment) — residence, Maxwellton House, Paisley 

Wright, Daniel, feuar, Calside 

Wright, James, 91 High street 

Wright, John, brush, basket, comb, and toy warehouse, 3 
Moss street, and 98 Causeyside — ^house, 98 do. 

Wright, John, flesher, 28 New Smithhills 

Wright, John, hair-dresser, 98 Causeyside 

Wright, John, spirit merchant, 36 Storie street — house, 7 
George street 

Wright, Mrs A., victualler, 28 New Smithhills 

Wylie, John, weaver, officer of the Paisley Funeral Society, 
26 Maxwellton street 

Wylie, Patrick, wine and spirit merchant, 18 High street 

Wylie, R. S., grocer, and wine and spirit merchant, 71 
Love street 

Wylie, Robert, wine and spirit merchant, 16 Lawn street 

Wylie, Thomas, mason, 3 Barclay street 

Wylie, William, boot and shoemaker, 1 Broomlands — 
house, 13 Sandholes 

Wynne, Teddy, waste dealer, 69 Back Sneddon 

YATES, Thomas, of James Carlile, Sons, & Co., Lang- 
roods 

Young, Alexander, builder, and wine and spirit merchant, 
1 Saucel 

Young, Alexander, grocer and spirit dealer, 20 Williams- 
burgh 

Young, David, of Hodge, Young, & Martin, 6 Blackball 
buildings 

Young, George, designer, 64 Love street 

Young, George, sergeant-major, Militia staff, Williams- 
burgh 



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Young, James, boot and shoemaker, 26 Maxwellton street 

Young, James, Gallowhill 

Young, James, of William M. Young, & Co., 7 George st. 

Young, James, lappet cutter, 5 Broomlands 

Young, James A., clerk at Hodge, Young, and Martin's, 

6 Blackball buildings 
Young, John, boot and shoemaker, 93 High street — house, 

do. — (See advertisement) 
Young, John, farmer, Fulwood, Houston 
Young, John, mason, 15 West brae 
Young, John, & Co., timber merchants, Burgh Saw Mills, 

Caledonia street 
Young, John, 26 Well street 
Young, John, spirit dealer, 95 Causeyside 
Young, John, of John Young & Co., 2 St. James street 
Young, John, draper, 87 High street 
Young, John, grocer and cowfeeder, 95 George street 
Young, Miss, teacher, 79 George street — house, 64 Love 

street 
Young, Miss, milliner, 87 High street 
Young, Misses, milliners, 82 High street 
Young, Morris, teacher, 7 Old Sneddon 
Young, Mrs James, mangier, 55 Storie street 
Young, Mrs, spirit dealer, 5 Broomlands 
Young, Robert B-, clerk, Post Office, 11 Sandholes 
Young, Eobert, clerk, Goods Depot, Railway Station, 40 

Broomlands 
Young, Robert, manufacturer and weavers' furnisher, 44 

George street — house, 33 do. 
Young, Samuel, of John Young & Co., 26 St. James street 
Young, Stephen A. M'L., photographer, 3 West street 
Young, Wm. M., & Co., tweed and tartan manufacturers, 

106 Causeyside 
Young, William, confectioner, 15 Broomlands 
Young, William, cowfeeder, and hay and straw merchant, 

11 Broomlands 
Young, William M., of Wm. M. Young & Co., 19 Storie 

street 
Young, WilHam, of Speirs, Gibb, & Young, 82 High street 



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Younger, George, & Co., yarn merchants, and agents, 16 
Causeyside ; and 1 North court. Royal Exchange, 
Glasgow — Robert Armour, agent 

Yuill & Campbell, manufacturers, 9 and 10 Forbes place 

Yuill, James, of Yuill & Campbell, Craigielea cottage, 
Blackstoun road 

Yuill, Mrs James, farmer, Blackball 

Yuill, John, & Co., manufacturers, 11 Forbes place 

Yuill, John, of John Yuill & Co., Saucel Bank 

Yuill, Mrs William, 11 St. James place 




WATSON'S 

PAISLEY DIRECTORY^ 

ARRANGED BY TRADES AND PROFESSIONS. 



Accountants. 

Boyd, Robert, 15 Gilmour street 

Fergus, James, 61 Storie street 

Fisher, John, 4 Causeyside 

Gibb, John, 10 West Campbell street 

Hart, Alexander, 9 Churchhill 

Hodge, Archibald, 15 Gilmour street 

Lorimer, John, 4 Millarston 

Lyle, Dalrymple, 4 High street 

Muir, John, 23 Moss street 

M'Gown, John, 14 Gilmour street 

Whyte, James, 109 Causeyside 

Winning, James, Terrace buildings, 109 High street 

Agents and Commissicn Ag@nts. 

Armour, Robert, 16 Causeyside 
Barbour, James, 29 New Smithhills 
Cook, Archibald, 7 Gateside 
Jamieson, John, 21 St. James street 
Macalpine, Thomas W., 48 Moss street 
M'Leod, Forbes, 5 West Buchanan street 
M'Stravic, James (coals), 3 Moncrieff street 
Risk, Robert (coals), 51 Caledonia street 
Thomson, John, 1 St. James street 
Trench, Robert, 7 Orchard street 
Watson, Thomas, 6 Welhneadow 

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Architects and Land Surveyors. 

Copland, W. R., Terrace buildings 
Drummond, James, 36 High street 
Hutchison, John, 199 West George street, Glasgow 

— ^house, Fairhill, Calside, where messages can 

be left 
Lamb, J. Barr, 6 St. James place 
Lamb, James J., 6 St. James place 
Rennison, J. Albert, 4 Moss street 
Russell, James, Three-Mile-house, Glasgow road 
Stewart, William, 4 Moss street 



Auctioneers and Appraisers. 

Henderson, William, 22 High street 
MacFadyen, James Russell, 28 Wellmeadow 
Paterson, Robert, 10 Bridge street 
Reid, James, 18 High street 
Stewart, William, 4 Moss street 



Bakers. 

Barclay, John, 19 Smithhills 
Barr, Alexander, 5 Love street 
Barr, John, 24| Causeyside 
Boyd, James, 66 Broomlands 
Boyd, Thomas, 103 Causeyside 
Brown, Mrs Hugh, 56 Causeyside 
Brown, Matthew, 18 Broomlands 
Buchanan, Joseph, 152 George street 
Buchanan, W^illiam, 22 Smithhills 
Carmichael, Peter, 47 High street 
Clark, John, 4 Lawn street 
Dempster, John, 25 High street 
Fisher, Thomas, 39 George street 
Galbraith, John, 37 Moss street 
Gibson, Andrew, 38 High street 



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Gillies, John, 41 Broomlands 
Gilmour, Allan, 82 Canal street 
Hamilton, James, 4 Smithhills 
Hamilton, Robert, 70 Causeyside 
Hawkhead Mills Bakery, 18 Broomlands 
Henderson, Mrs Andrew, 12 Gauze street 
Inglis, Mrs, 12 Old Sneddon 
Kennedy, Hugh, 6 Silk street 
Kennedy, John, 31 High street 
Lang, John, jun., 78 High street 
Lockhart, Alexander, 25 Gordon's lane 
Munro, James, 24 Gauze street 
Morrison, William, 34 High street 
Muir, Matthew, 32 Storie street 
Macansh, Mrs James, 29 High street 
M'Ghee, Maxwell, 6 Broomlands 
M'Kean, James, 36 High street 
M'Lean, Neil, 105 George street 
M^Lerie, George, 7 High street 
M'Nicol, John, 5 Moss street 
Oliver, Robert, 73 Love street 
Orr, John, 13 Smithhills 
Orr, Thomas, 13 St. James place 
Paisley Bread Association, 7 Hospital lane 
Patrick, Thomas, 69 Broomlands 
Peacock, Robert, 5 George street 
Rankine, Mrs, 43 Broomlands 
Richmond, William, 46 Moss street 
Ritchie, William, jun., 19 Causeyside 
Sim, Duncan & Peter, 6 Glen street 
Sim, John, 94 Causeyside 
Simpson, Peter, 33 Causeyside 
Sproul, James, 144 George street 
Sproul, William, 27 New Sneddon 
Stewart, Alexander, 89 High street 
Swan, Matthew, 73 Causeyside 
Turnbull, George, 40 High street 
Turnbull, James, 78 Broomlands 
Walker, John, 22 Wellmeadow 
Wilson, Henry, 17 Wellmeadow 
Wilson, Robert, 111 George street 



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Bankers. 
Abercrombie, William, Union Bank, 3 Gilmour street 
Campbell, David, Clydesdale Bank, 7 High street 
Guilleaume, Peter, National Bank, 1 Forbes place 
Hutcbeson, John, Bank of Scotland, 8 St. Mirren st. 
Macfarlane, Hugh, British Linen Company's Bank, 

17 Gilmour street 
Pollock, Alexander, jun.. City of Glasgow Bank, 2 
Moss street — temporary premises. Terrace build- 
ings, 109 High Street 

Bill Posters. 
Walker, Samuel, 17 Causeyside 
Williams, William, 18 Old Sneddon 

Bleacliers, Sha-wl "Washers, Scourers, &c. 

Aikman, J. & G., Cumberland place 
Christie, James, 14 and 15 Newton street 
Fulton, William, & Sons, Glenfield 
Hamilton, Adam, & Sons, Blackland Mill 
Hamilton, James, Abercorn Scouring Works, Niddry 

street 
Hamilton, William, & Co., 51 High street 
Hogg, Archibald, 40 Causeyside 
Hutchison, William, George place 
Leggat, David, Collinslee 
Loundsdale Bleaching Company, Lounsdale 
M'Lardie, James, Meikleriggs 
Pollock & Cochran, Thrushcraig 
Robertson, M., & Co., Foxbar 
Ross, George, 24 Thread street 

Bookbinders. 
Carswell, David, 35 Storie street 
Carswell, John, 4 High street 
Parlane, J. & R., 97 High street 
Ritchie, David, 11 St. Mirren street 
Wilson, Robert, 84 Broomlands 
Wilson, William, 107 High street and 18 Gilmour st. 



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EookssUers and Stationers. 

Anderson, James, 60 High street 

Barbour, John, 100 Causeyside 

Barbour, John, jun., 1 Old Smithhills 

Beckett, Hugh, 19 George street 

Beckett, James, 109 High street 

Caldwell & Co., 44 New street and 14 St. Mirren st. 

Gardner, Alexander, 3 Moss street 

Gibson, Henry, 44 Causeyside 

Gibson & Co., 9 Broomlands 

Glassford, David, 10 St. Mirren street 

Goudie, James, 24 High street 

Hay, Robert, & Son,' 10 High street 

Hyndman, Samuel, 2 New street 

Leckie, Mrs James, 104 High street 

M'Dougal, John, 4 Moss street 

M'Kay, Mrs, 20 Moss street 

M'Intyre, William, jun., 6 High street (Cross) 

Neilson, WiUiam, 11 Old Smithhills 

Paisley Herald Office, Waterloo place, 2 Gilmour st. 

Parlaue, J. & R., 97 High street 

Reid, James, 18 High street 

Reid, John, 7 Broomlands 

Small, Mrs, 63 Causeyside 

Thomson, John, 7 High street 

Watson, Wm. B., Waterloo place, 2 Gilmour street — 

works, 10 High street 
Wilson, Robert, 84 Broomlands 
Wilson, Williiam, 107 High street (Cross) 

Boot and Shosmaksrs. 

Adams, James, 55 Causeyside 
Beaton, John, 7 Cotton street 
Black, Alexander, 45 George street 
Boyle, James, 37 Back Sneddon 
Campbell, Alexander, 12 St. James place 
Campbell, Mrs Elizabeth, clogmaker, 6 St. Mirren st. 
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Campbell, Noble, 19 Old SmithhUls 

Caskie, James, 24 Broomlands 

Collins, Henry, 86 High street 

Crawford, Gavin, 92 High street 

Deans, John, 12 Wellmeadow 

Dobbie, William, 149 George street 

Donaldson, John, 6 Orchard street 

Drennan, John, 34 Ferguslie 

Drennan, Robert, 25 Canseyside 

Duncan, William, 11 Carriagehill 

Dunlop, James, 17 Queen street 

Ewart, Archibald, clogmaker, 90 Canal street 

Forsyth, George, 69 High street 

Forsyth, Robert, 2 Neilston road 

Galbraith, Charles, 28 St. James street 

Gibson, MacKellar, & Co., 16 Causeyside (wholesale) 

Hallidaj, George, 25 Queen street 

Hardie, Alexander, 22 Lady lane 

Houston, John, 15 Smithhills 

Howatson, James, 4 Barr street 

Jaap, John, 109 High street 

James, Mrs James, 11 Old Smithhills 

Jamieson, Samuel, 6 Lylesland 

Jeffrey, John, 74 Love street 

Leslie, John, 19 Glen street 

Lyle, George, 4 Broomlands 

Mitchell, J. & J., 4 High street 

Monteith, John, 11 Old Smithhills 

Morton, Robert, 14 Ferguslie 

M'Aulay, James, 3 and 24 New Smithhills 

M'Ausland, Alexander, 14 High street 

M'Ausland, James, 5 New Smithhills 

M'Donald, Allan, 6 Neilston street 

M'Gill, Robert, 23 Cotton street 

M'llroy, Patrick, 134 George street 

M'Kenzie, Hugh, 13 Gauze street 

M'Kiunon, Colin, 10 Glen street 

M'Lachlan, Dugald, 17 Gauze street 

M'^Lean, John, 145 George street 

M'Nish, Robert, 94 High street 



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M'Nish, Mrs Wm., 5 County place and 42 Moss street 

Paton, John, 17 Orchard street 

Pettigrew, William, 65 George street 

Robinson, James, 77 High street 

Ross, James, 41 New street 

Smith & Glass, 2 Broomlands 

Smith, Hugh, 30 Causeyside 

Sweenie, David, 4 Stock street 

Wilson, William, 70 Broomlands 

Wylie, William, 1 Broomlands 

Young, James, 26 Maxwellton street 

Young, John, 93 High street 

Brassfounders. 

Gilmour, John, 42 and 48 High street 

Love, Hugh, 20 and 21 Abbey close 

Morrison, John, Dyers' wynd 

Porteous, Dundas S., Snawdoun works, 15 New 

Sneddon 
Todd, George, 13 High street 

Bre"^ers. 
Sacell Brewery Co., 8 Saucel 

Brickmakers and. Brickbuilders. 

Brown, Robert, & Son — town office, Sneddon Bridge 

-^— works, Caledonia, Shortroods, & Ferguslie 
Gait, John, Gordon's lane 
M'Aulay, Thomas, 6 Orr square 
M''Kaig, Thomas, Victoria Brick Works, Love street 

— house, 30 New Sneddon 
PoRock, William— office and yard, 12 St. James street 

— works, Gockston 
Rankin, John, & Co. — office and yard. Love street — 

works. North Caledonia 
Thomson, John, 59 Love street — work, Westmarch 



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Brvislij Basket, OomTo, and Fancy "WareliOTisss. 

Harper, M., 102 Causeyside 

Lockhart, Elizabeth, 69 Broomlands 

Robson, Mrs, 8 Moss street 

Thomson, John, 87 High street 

Wilson, Walter, 4 Storie street 

Wright, John, 3 Moss street and 98 Causeyside 

Calsinetmakers. 

Agnew, H. C, 49 High street 

Armstrong, George, 14 Wellmeadow 

Auld, John, P., 81 Causeyside 

Baird, William, 34 Gauze street 

Cameron, Alexander, 40 High street 

Cochran, Robert, 22 Niddry street 

Erskine, Andrew, 2 Lady lane 

Gardner, James, 2 Inkle street 

Gibb, Samuel, 98 High street 

Hunter, James, 32 and 34 High street 

Hunter, William, 84 George Street 

Leitch, John, 49 Moss street, and Abercorn Saw 

Mills, Abercorn street 
M'Innes, John, William street 
M'Queen, John, 9 Lawn street 
Paton, John, 22 Glen street 
Picken & Comrie, 3 Barclay street 
Sunter, John, 20 West street 
Sunter, William, 37 and 43 Wellmeadow 
Vallance, Alexander, 17 Moss street 
Weir, George, 93 High street 
Whyte, William, 33 Wellmeadow 
Woodrow, A. T., 9 Churchhill 

Calenderers and Finislisrs. 

Aikman, J. & G., Cumberland place 
Bonnar & Hamilton, 1 5 Causeyside 



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Cochran, James, 112 Causeyside 
Crawford, William, 105 Causeyside 
M'Lardie, James, Meikleriggs 
Robertson, John, St. Mirren's walk 



Calico and Slia-^rl Printers. 

Fraser, Hector, 10 Neilston street 

Hamilton, John, 4 Cumberland court 

Muir, Robert, & Co., Linn dye and print works, 

Marshall's lane 
Macfarlane, D. & R., Caledonia works, Caledonia st. 
Walker, Drybrough, & Co., Arkleston 



Candle Makers. 

Dobie, George, 12 High street 
Robin & Houston, 61 New Sneddon 
Sim, William, & Co., 1 West Croft 
Stevenson, John, & Sons, 77 New Sneddon 



Card and Print Cutters. 

Clark, John, 95 Causeyside 

Edmonds, Robert, & Son, Marshall's lane 

Hamilton, John, 4 Cumberland court 

Landess, Robert, 6 Barr street 

Melville, John, 162 George street 

M 'Arthur, Alexander, 1 Shuttle street 

Parker, John, 6 Forbes place 

Thomson, Alexander, 1 Prussia street 



Carpet Z^annfacturers. 

Forbes, William, 21 and 22 Well street 
Jack, Peter, jun., & Co., Nethercommon 



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Carters. 

Craig, Thomas, 11 New Smithliills 
Crawford, Robert, 138 G-eorge street 
Cumming, William, 17 Well street 
Gilmour, Robert, 15 Seedhills 
Little, Thomas, 44 Moss street 
Muirhead, William, 1 6 West brae 
M'Coll, Mrs, 15 Back Sneddon 
Pringle, Matthew, 24 Storie street 
Rutherford, Thomas, 4 Garthland lane 
Stewart, John, 42 Back Sneddon 

Chemical "Works. 

Anderson & Wallach, Abercom Oil Works, Abercorn 

street 
M'Farlane, J. & G., Brediland, Chain road, and 

Johnstone 
Smith, Ernest, Craigielea 

Chimney S-weeps. 

Adam, Alexander, 14 Smithhills 
Gait, William, 94 High street 
Green, Joseph, Abbey close 

China Merchants. 

Beckett, Hugh, 19 George street 
Crawford, Elizabeth D., 47 Moss street 
Dickie, E., 21 Moss street 
Dunlop, Margaret, 24 Causeyside 
Houston, Matthew, 24 George street 
Lees, Peter, 6 Smithhills 
Miller, Thomas, 117 George street 
M'Leod, Alexander, 94 Causeyside 
Paton, Elizabeth, 1 Broomlands 
Speirs, J., 15 Wellmeadow 



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Speirs, William, 13 Wellmeadow 
Storrie, J. & W., 37 High street 
Tannoch, Jane, 80 High street 
Walker, Francis, 1 Neilston street 



Clergrymen of various Denominatlozis. 

Brown, James, 44 High street 

Clazy, George, 38 Oakshaw street 

Conway, James, 2 East Buchanan street 

Crouch, John, 8 George street 

Dodds, James, 7 Garthland place 

Douglas, James, M.A., of Lin wood Church, 3 Castle 

street 
Duncan, Robert, 49 Love street 
Dunlop, Adam, Canal Bank cottage 
Dunlop, Robert, 25 Gauze street 
Elder, Andrew, 56 Canal street 
Fleming, Andrew G., 4 Underwood 
Fleming, John, 56 Canal street 
Flett, Oliver, Falside 
France, William, 49 Oakshaw street 
Eraser, William, Underwood 
Henderson, Andrew, CastleheaJ 
Harrison, John, 8 George street 
Hutton, George C, Mount Pleasant, Canal street 
Lees, James Cameron, Abbey Manse, 7 Garthland st, 
Martin, John, 45 Oakshaw street 
Macalpine, T. W., Castlehead 
M'Indoe, William, 94 George street 
M'Intosh, Alexander, Calside 
M'Kune, Christopher, Caversbank, 45 Oakshaw st. 
M'Lachlan, James, 2 East Buchanan street 
M'Lean, John, 45 Causeyside 
Pollock, Alexander, 5 Neilston street 
Smith, John, 52 Storie street 
Stewart, J. Douglas, 43 George street 
Stewart, James, 2 Hamilton place. New Sneddon 
Sturrock, James B., 29 Oakshaw street 



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Thomson^ John, Chapel, by Blackhall 
Thomson, Peter, 66 High street 
Wilson, Alexander, 21 New street 



Cloth Ivlerchazits, and Ag-ents for do. 

Brown, Hugh, 15 Causeyside 
Greenlees, Thomas, 13 Causeyside 
Macgregor, Patrick, 8 Causeyside 
Philips, William, & Co., 6 Forbes place 
Thomson, John, 1 St. James street 
Younger, George, & Co., 16 Causeyside — Robert 
Armour, agent 

Clotl; Merchants and "Woollen Drapers, 

Goold, James, 47 Moss street 
Graham, Thomas, & Co., 2 County place 
King, Alexander, & Son, 4 Gilmour street 
Lamberton & Tennent, 15 High street 
M'Killigin, Duncan, 103 High street (Cross) 
Robertson & M'Gibbon, 17 High street 
Russell, Joseph, 18 Gilmour street 
Wood, James, 13 Barr street 

Coacli and Van Builders. 

Lee, Robert, 89 George street 
Roxburgh, Robert, 4 Garthland lane 
Spruell, Andrew, 8 Christie street 

Coach Hirers- 

Blair, Thomas, Adelphi Livery Stables, Carlile place, 

72 New Sneddon 
Climie, William, Bull Inn, 5 New street 
Hutton, Henry, 2 County place and 11 Inkle street 
King, James, 2 County place and 4 Smithhills 



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Coal I«£asters. 

Barclay, James, Canal Bank 

Coats, George, Nitshill, School of Art buildings 

Galloway, William, & Co., Stoney brae 

Coal Mereliants and Dealers. 

Barbour, Alexander, 10 Orchard street 

Cochran, James, 8 West Croft 

Ferguson, Moses, Western Coal depot 

Foulds, Alexander, Underwood depot 

Galloway, William, & Co., Stoney brae 

Guthrie, W., & Co., 10 Welhiieadow 

Hill, V\ illiam, Underw^ood depot 

Leitch, Peter, Underwood depot 

Logan, Francis, & Son, Underwood depot 

Muir, Robert, George street 

M'CoU, Donald, 30 Newton street 

M'Gallan, James S., Underwood depot 

M'Lachlan, James, King street, Saucel, and Under- 
wood depot 

M'Leod, Matthew, Underwood and Stoney brae depots 

M'Stravic, James, 3 Moncrieff street 

Patrick, William, 59 Storie street 

Pender, John, 8 Barclay street 

Reid, John, 69 Broomlands 

Robb, John, Underwood depot 

Robertson, John, Underwood depot 

Speirs & Gibb, Underwood and Stoney brae depots — 
office. Terrace buildings, 109 High street 

Stevenson, Samuel, 13 Wallueuk 

Whiteford, Andrew, Underwood depot 

Whitehead, Walter, Underwood and Stoney brae 
depots — office, 6 Moss street 

Wood, James, Underwood depot 

Coffee Houses and Hotels (Temperance), 

Barclay, John, 19 Smithhills 
Goodlet, Thomas, 100 High street 

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M'Nicol, John, 5 Moss street 
Norrie, C. & A., 9 High street (Cross) 
Park, John, 6 Moss street 
Eichmond, 

Confectioners and Priiiterers. 

Allison, John, 22 and 45 Causeyside 

Anderson, John, 6 Wellmeadow 

Bissland, Mrs, 3 Wellmeadow 

Black, Margaret, 1 Storie street 

Boag, Allan, ] 1 Storie street 

Brodie, John, 12 High street 

Cairns, Alexander & Robert, 2 High street (wholesale) 

Caldwell, Janet, 81 Broomlands 

Campbell, Elizabeth, 22 Lawn street 

Crooks, William, 8 Cotton street 

Cuthbertson, Thomas, 44 Moss street (wholesale) 

Dalziel, Miss, 24 Causeyside 

Dick, Robert, 7 Glen street 

Fraser, William, 28 New Smithhills 

Fulton, James, 79 Causeyside 

Gilmour, Miss, 90 High street 

Hamilton, Mrs, 1 Wellmeadow 

Hamilton, Robert, 17 George street 

Harper, M., 102 Causeyside 

Henderson, Mrs, 22 High street 

Herd, Robert, 18 Stock street 

Houston, Archibald, 82 Causeyside 

Houston, John, 29 High street 

Kerr, Benjamin, 1 Old Smithhills 

Kerr, Helen, 43 Moss street 

Kilpatrick, Agnes, 16 Causeyside 

Kyle, John, 9 St. Mirren street 

Lawrie, Mrs William, 17 George street 

Leitch, Thomas, 4 MoncriefF street 

Lochhead, Robert, 2 Cotton street 

Lockhart, E,, 69 Broomlands 

Montgomery, Elizabeth, 85 Causeyside 

Morton, Alexander, 35 High street 



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Muir, Mrs Matthew, 32 Storie street 
Macansh, Mrs James, 29 High street 
M'Farlane, Duncan, 2 Smithhills 
M'Geoch, Mrs, 9 Orchard street 
M'll wrick, William, 69 Love street 
M*Kinnon, Angus, 8 Lawn street 
M'Kail, Mrs Peter, 118 George street 
M'Lerie, George, 7 High street 
M'Nicol, John, 5 Moss street 
MThail, Hngh, 72 Canal street 
Neil, Mrs R., 65 Broomlands 
Paterson, Mrs, 39 High street 
Pearson, Mary, 13 Moss street 
Provan, Andrew, 3 Maxwellton street 
Reid, John, 7 Broomlands 
Rowan, James, 3 Dovesland 
Rowan, Mrs, 10 Lawn street 
Scott, Mrs, 6 George street 
Sim, Thomas, jun., 36 High street 
Sim, Thomas, sen., 26 Wellmeadow 
Slater, Edward, 58 Causey side 
Small, Miss, 35 Causeyside 
Somerville, Jane, 21 Moss street 
Sproul, Janet, 13 Wellmeadow 
Stewart, Mrs, 53 High street 
Stirling, Mrs, 14 Williamsburgh 
Teas, Joseph, 17 Back Sneddon 
Thomson, Mrs G., 113 George street 
Turnbull, George, 40 High street 
Waddell, Mrs, 28 Great Hamilton street 
Waddell, Wm., 10 Gauze street 
Wallace, E., 89 Causeysi le 
Wilson, David, 3 County place 
Young, William, 15 Broomlands 

Contractors. 

Arndle, Hugh, Stonefield (garden) 
Foulds, John, Mill street 
Lang, Peter, 33 Moss street 



136 PAISLEY. 



Martin, Thomas, 7 Barclay street 

M'Fadyen & Co. (carting), Greenlaw station 

Eetson, James, 10 Gordon's lane 

Kobb, Charles, & Co. (carting), Greenlaw station 

Smith, George, 24 Glen street 

Smith, John, 11 Stow street 

Stewart, John, 42 Back Sneddon 

Tudhope, John, 11 Barclay street 

Coopsrs. 

Bell, Hugh, 16 Old Sneddon 
Colquhoun, Thomas, 22 Broomlands 
Goudie, James, 43 High street 
Goudie, Robert, Macdowall street 
Goudie, William, 49 High street 
Kennedy, David, 65 Canal street 
Niven, John, 22 Cotton street 
Peters, Joseph, 16 Moss street 

Cork Cutters. 

Brown, AYilliam, 95 High street 
Gibson, Mrs Andrew, 13 High street 
M'Donald, John, 11 Moss street 
M'Vey, Alexander, 19 Sandholes. 

Cotton Spinners. 

Coats, Neilson, & Co., Thornhill, Elderslle 

Adelphi Mill, 78 New Sneddon 

Kerr, R. & J. P., Underwood and Oakshaw Mills 

Co-^^feeders. 

Aitken, John R., 61 George street 
Arthur, Mrs Archibald, 22 Canal street 
Baillie, Robert, Old Dovesland 
Barbour, William, Nethercommon 
Blackwood, Robert, 8 Glen street 



PAISLEY. 137 

Bowie, Walter K., 60 High street 

Brisbane, Ann, 5 Cotton street 

Clark, Archibald, 18 Great Hamilton street 

Clark, Robert, 24 Love street 

Cochran, Alexander, 1 Lylesland 

Comrie, John, 4 West Campbell street 

Cooper, James, 1 Barclay street 

Craig, Mrs John, 8 Neilston street and 1 Soutli 

Campbell street 
Cfaig^ Mrs, 13 Inkle street 
Craig, Margaret, Castle street 
Dunlop, George, 13 Sir Michael street 
Fitzpatrick, Valentine, 87 New Sneddon 
Gardner, Robert, West Greenhill 
Gemmell, Matthew, 13 Cotton street 
Gilmour, Robert, 15 Seedhill 
Graham, Mrs, 7 Sraithhills 
Oray, James, Crow road 
Grieve, Robert, High Carriagehill 
Hamilton, Margaret, 9 George street 
Holms, VVilliam, 5 Love street 
Jackson, Andrew, 14 Inkle street 
Lang, Peter, 33 Moss street 
Lang, William, 18 Sandholes 
Tiaw, James, 26 New street 
Livingston, Daniel, 5 Silk street 
Logan, VVilliam, 60 Canal street 
Love, John, 32 Canal street 
Malcolm, Archibald, 46 High street 
Mathieson, Archibald, 12 Storie street 
Morrison, Jam«s, 23 Gkn street 
M^ Alpine, Charles, 50 Mill street 
M'Dermid, Peter, 18 Moss street 
M'Kenzie, James, 18 Gauze street 
M'Murray, Mrs, 19 New Smithhills 
M'Nab, Robert, 3 Cotton street 
M'Naught, Hugh, 3 New street 
Paterson, James, 32 Castle street 
Philips, Alexander, 73 Canal street 
Fringle, Matthew, 24 Storie street 



138 PAISLEY 



Reid, John, 19 Cotton street 
Renfrew, John, 2 Williamsburgh 
Ronald, James, 27 Love street 
Scarlet, Samuel, 3 Stirling street 
Steven, William, 13 Prussia street 
Stevenson, James, 25 Lawn street 
Stewart, Andrew, 2 Moncrieff street 
Walker, Mrs, 23 Abbey street 
Walker, Alexander, 14 High street 
Walker, James, 33 Causeyside 
Young, John, 95 George street 
Young, William, 11 Broomlands 

Curriers and Belt Makers. 

Baird, Wm., successor to Wm. Stirling & Co., 86 

street (belt-makers) 
Knox, J. & J., 19 High street (belt makers) 
Thomson, John, 25 Thread street 
Whitehead, Joseph, Seedhill 

Distillers. 

Sacell Distillery Co., King street, Saucel 
Stewart, James, & Co., King street, Saucel 

Drapers and Silk Mercers. 

Andrews, John, 100 High street 

Brough, David, 109 High street 

Cheyne, Mrs Mary, 13 Canal street 

Christie, Janet, 45 New street 

Coats & Aitken, 2 Broomlands and 55 Causeyside 

Cochran, Robert, 26 New Smithhills 

Cumming, Mrs, 19 Old Smithhills 

Eaglesim, Robert, 1 High street 

Fisher, Robert, 44 New street 

Fleming, William, 13 Gauze street 

Gibb, John, 25 and 26 High street 

Gilchrist, Robert, 5 Moss street 



PAISLEY. 139 



Goold, James, 47 Moss street 

Graham, Thomas, & Co», 2 County place 

Granger, Thomas, 4 Silk street 

Halden, James, 36 Causeyside 

Henry, Thomas, 91 High street 

Hunter, Thomas, 7 Moss street 

Hutton, Daniel, 20 High street 

King, Alexander, & Son, 4 Gilmour street 

Lamberton & Tennent, 15 High street 

Lawrie, William, 5 New Sneddon 

Lockhart, AndreAv H., 104 High street (Cross) 

Lymburn, James, k Son, 16 High street 

Mitchell, John, 69 Broomlands 

Muir, Thomas, 9 High street 

M'Killigin, Duncan, 103 High street (Cross) 

Paisley Co- Operative Society, 7 St. Mirren street 

Parlane, James, 10 High street 

Philips, William, 15 High street 

Purves, James, 44 New street 

Robertson & M' Gibbon, 17 High street 

Ross, John, 21 Wellmeadow 

Sinclair, Janet, 4 Wellmeadow 

Templeton,Miss, 24 Causeyside 

Thomson, Smith, & Co., 23 High street 

Wallace, Mrs David, 14 Barclay street 

Weddell, John, 39 High street 

Young, John, 87 High street 

Dressmakers and Milliners. 

f Dressmakers only. * Milliners only. 

*Aitken, Mrs, 101 Causeyside 
*Austin & M'Callum, 8 Gilmour street 
*Baird, Margaret, 34 Moss street 
«Bell, Mrs, 19 Abbey close 
fBerry, Misses, 75 High street 

Beveridge, Mrs, 24 Gauze street 
*Black, Elizabeth, 20 Causeyside 

Brown, Miss, 61 High street 
^'Bryson, Andrew, 3 Lawn street 



140 PAISLEY. 



fBuchanan, Misses, 66 Causeyside 
<^ Campbell, J., 53 High street 

Carswell, Mary, 51 Broomlands 
^Cochran, Mrs Robert, 26 New Smithhills 
**Dalziel, Mrs W., 145 George street 
fDunlop, Miss, 12 Neilston street 
*Dunlop, Mrs, 77 High street 

Fraser, Mrs, 68 High street 

Fulton, Misses, 2 Old Smithhills 

Gilchrist, Mrs John, 99 High street 
fGordon, Mary, 93 Causeyside 

Gordon, Miss M., 9 High street (Cross) 
♦Grieve, Jane, 76 High street 
fGuthrie, Miss, 1 St. James street 
tHardie, Miss, 23 George street 
t Hutchison, Mrs Thomas, 44 New street 
tlrvine, Elizabeth, 33 St. James street 

Jamieson, Mrs, 37 Wellmeadow 

Lamberton & Tennent, 15 High street 
•j-Lang, Mrs, 18 George street 

Lemay, Mrs, 3 Underwood 
j-Lochhead, Mrs, 6 Moss street 
JLogan, Mary, 59 High street 
®Lorimer, Mrs, 7 Lawn street 

Lyall, Miss, 97 High street v 

Lymburn, James, & Son, 16 High street 

Mellis, Misses, 17 Broomlands 

Muir, Thomas, 9 High street 
*M'Arthur, Jessie, 1 Shuttle street 
®M^ Arthur, Miss Margaret, Terrace buildings, 109 

High street 
•j-M'Farlane, Ann, 80 Broomlands 

M'Gown, John Porter, 45 High street 
fM'Kechnie, Margaret, 41 High street 
*M'Lachlan, Miss Sarah, 17 Gauze street 

M'Lean, Misses, 10 Old Smithhills 
-M'ljerie, Miss, 25 Causeyside 
«*M'Phee, Catherine Clark, 99 Causeyside 

Neilson, Miss Agnes, 44 Moss street 

Farlane, James^, 10 High street 



fAISLEY. 141 



*Patersoii, Jessie, 26 High street 

Paterson, J. & C., 38 Wellmeadow 

Paterson, Margaret, 2 Canal street 
*Paton, Elizabeth, 2 North street 
*^Peacock, Miss Isabella, 19 Broomlands 
*Kamage, Margaret S., 70 Love street 

Reid, Mrs, 3 Gauze street 
«Ritchie, Miss A., 1 Old Sneddon 

Robertson & M'Gibbon, 17 High street 

Robertson, Mrs, 24 Lawn street 

Ross, John, 21 Wellmeadow 

Simpson, Mrs, 5 County place 
*Simpson, IMiss, Renfrew road 
|Sloan, Mrs, 39 New street 

Smith & Cochran, 1 High street 
«Smith, Mrs J., 34 Moss street 
*Snodgrass, Miss J., 66 Causeyside 

Stirling, M. & M., 6 Storie street 
* Wallace, Miss^ 33 George street 
«> Watson, M. 81 Broomlands 

Watson, Miss, 6 Lawn street 
«Whyte, Miss, 43 High street 

Whyte, Mrs James, 70 Canal street 
«Whiteford, Miss, 82 Broomlands 
«Young, Miss, 87 High street 
®Young, Misses, 82 High street 

Druggists and Cliemists* 

Adam, John, 56 High street, and 67 Broomlands 

Barr, Robert, 8 High street 

Buchanan, James, 84 Broomlands 

Cochran, James, 21 Wellmeadow 

CoUigan, Hugh S., 28 Gauze street 

Cullen, Thomas, 12 St. James place 

Edmiston, William, 36 High street 

Falconer, William, & Son, 83 Causeyside 

Hannah, Joseph, 66 Causeyside 

Hatrick, William, & Son, 18 Gilmour street 

Hegney, Mrs, 9 St. James place 



142 



Hunter, John B., 3 Smithhills 

Hunter, William, 31 Causeyside 

Hutchison, James, 23 Causeyside 

Manners, Charles, 16 Cotton street (manufacturing 

chemist) 
Motherwell, Mrs N. C. G., 20 Orchard street 
Macgregor, John Eoss, chemist, Lonend dyeworks 
M'Duff, James, & Co., 5 High street 
M'Farlane, J. & G., (manufacturing chemists), Bredi- 

land and Johnstone chemical works 
M'Leod, Ninian F., 12 Old Sneddon 
M'Murray, James, 19 and 57 George street 
Wilson, John, 13 Broomlands 
Wilson, Thomas, 36 Ferguslie 

Drysalters. 

Caldwell, W., & Co., 5 Causeyside 
Macalpine, Thomas W., 48 Moss street 
Wotherspoon, J. B., 15 Causeyside 

Dyers. 

Bell, Archibald, 2 Smithhills, and Stanley dyeworks, 

Causeyside 
Campbell & Caldwell, Cartside dyeworks, 59 New 

Sneddon 
Campbell, D. & A., St. James dyeworks, St. James st. 
Craw, William, Caledonia dyeworks, 29 Caledonia st. 
Crossley, J. & W., 19 Abbey street 
Cunningham, William, & Co., Abbey close 
Ferrie & Murray, Linside dyeworks 
Foulds, Andrew, 118 George street 
Hamilton, William, k Co., 51 High street 
Hector, Alexander, Espedair street 
Hogg, Walter, 3 High street and 7 Dyers' wynd 
Kerr, Robert, &; Son, Seedhill 
Lang, R. H., Espedair dyeworks, Espedair street 
Leckie & Macgregor, Lonend dyeworks. Blackball 
j^acfarlane, D. & R., Caledonia works, Caledonia st. 



PAISLEY. 143 



M'CaUum, J. & J., 40 Gordon's lane 

M'Kelvie, John, 10 Well street 

Muir, Robert, k Co., Linn dye and print works, 
Marshall's lane 

Pollock & Cochran, Thrushcraig 

Reid, James, 9 New Smithhills 

Rodger &; M'Callum, 6 Marshall's lane 

Stalker, John, jun.. Bridge street dyeworks (Newtown) 

Stewart, Henry, & Co., 1 North street 

Walker, Drybrough, & Co., Arkleston 

Wallace, Andrew, & Son, Cumberland works, Cum- 
berland place 

Wilson, Adam, George street dyeworks, 156 George st. 

Emlsroiderers. 

Arthur, Archibald, 4 Sandholes 
Campbell, William, 2 Stirling street 
Fraser, Hector, 10 Neilston street 
Hamilton, John, 4 Cumberland court 

Engineers (Consulting). 
Copland & Foulis, Terrace buildings, 109 High street 

Engineers and. Machine Makers. 

Abercrombie & Craig, Lady Lane Works 

Baldwin & Martin, 6 St. Mirren street 

Cowden & Brodie, 15 South Croft 

Craig, A. F., & Co., Caledonia Engine Works, Mac- 
dowall street 

Craig, Fullerton, & Co., Vulcan Works, 8 Renfrew 
street and 4 Hamilton street 

Crawford, James, & Son, Thistle Works, 8 Bridge 
street 

Fisher, Robertson, & Co., 1 Water Brae and 2 Causey- 
side 

Hanna, Donald, & Wilson, 8 Smithhills 



144 PAISLEY. 



M'Gee, Walter, & Son, Albion Works, 9 St. James 

street 
Porteous, Dundas, S., Snawdoun Works, 15 New 

Sneddon 
Reid, Thomas, 6 and 6 Bridge street (Newtown) 
Vance, William, & Sons, 20 Old Smithhills 
White, Hodgart, & Co., 28 Gordon's lane 

Tire Clay Hanufactiirsrs. 

Brown, Robert, & Son — Town office, Sneddon Bridge 
— ^works, Caledonia, Shortroods, and Ferguslie 

Speirs, Gibb, & Young, Caledonia Fire Clay Works, 
Greenock road — town office, Terrace buildings, 
109 High street 

7is]imonirers and PoiLltsx'ers. 

Anderson, Miss, 12 Moss street 
Logan, John, 19 Wellmeadow 
Macfarlane, Alexander, 5 Bridge street 
M'Creadie & Adam, 1 Old Smithhills 
Risk, William, 34 High street 
Robertson, Mrs William, 101 Causeyside 
Steel, James, 1 High street 

Flesliers, 

Adam, James, 20 Causeyside 
Allan, Mrs Alexander, 26 Moss street 
Allison, Alexander, 34 High street 
Anderson, George, 12 Moss street 
Anderson, William, 5 Broomlands 
Blackwood, William, 74 Love street 
Brown, J. & J., 21 Smithhills 
Brown, William, 25 Gauze street 
Brown, William, jun., 61 Causeyside 
Caldwell, Alexander, 8 Cotton street 
Cameron, James, 9 St. James place 
Campbell, Dugald, 41 Ferguslie 



PAISLEY. 145 



Campbell, Thomas, 9 Moncrieff street 
Canning, Peter, 11 Glen street 
Canning, Robert, 76 High street 
Cochran, Hugh, 8 Love street 
Cowan, Robert, 27 High street 
Craig, David, 22 Sandholes 
Gardner, Archibald, 54 Causeyside 
Garven, John, 13 Broomlands 
Henderson, John, 66 Broomlands 
Hollas, Alexander, 6 Old Sneddon 
Hood, W. & T., 17 Lawn street 
Langmuir, Robert, 10 Abbey street 
Leitch, "Wm., 31 Causeyside 
Morrison, Alexander, 99 Causeyside 
Morrison, George, 35 High street 
Morrison, James, 104 George street 
Muir, David, 11 Old SmithbHls 
M'Kie, James, 20 Sandholes 
M'Kie, Mrs James, 3 Lawn street 

M'Stravick, David, 3 Neilston street 

Orchardson, Janet, 90 Canal street 

Ralston, John, 54 George street 

Rennie, James, 18 Wellmeadow 

Ritchie, John, 20 George street 

Paul, Matthew, 20 Wellmeadow 

Rodger, Matthew, 17 Sandholes 

Russell, William, 67 Broomlands 

Souden, William, 26 Causeyside and 149 George st. 

Stewart, William, 29 George street 

Storrie, James, 9 Moss street 

Thomson, James S., 17 Old Smithhills 

Watson, William, 2 High street 

Whiteford, David E., 88 Causeyside 

Wilson, Daniel, 18 Smithhills 

Wilson, James, 17 George street 

Wright, John, 28 New Smithhills 



Funeral TTndertakerSp 
Anderson, J. & E., 6 New Street 
Barr, James, 79 High street 



146 



PAISLEY. 



Galbraith, James, 5 Abbey close 

Gordon, George, 7 New street 

Kilpatrick, John, 17 Abbey street 

Leitch, John, 49 Moss street, and 1 Abercom street 

Scott, Alexander, 93 High street 

Furnislied Lodg^ngr-house Seepers. 

Auld, Miss, 26 Orchard street 
Baird, Miss, 43 George street 
Fulton, Mrs, 31 High street 
Hood, Miss, 34 Moss street 
Lang, Mrs, 67 Canal street 
Morren, Mrs, 4 Garthland street 
M'Callum, Mrs, 69 Broomlanda 

Furnishers, 

Adam, Mrs, 38 Moss street 

Anderson, Mrs, 21 Smithhills 

Beckett, Miss, 101 High street 

Cassidy, E., 4 Gauze street 

Christie, Janet, 45 New street 

Coats & Aitken, 2 Broomlands and 55 Causeyside 

Cumming, Mrs, 19 Smithhills 

Fulton, Misses, 2 Old Smithhills 

Garven, Mrs Agnes, 8 Canal street 

Gibb, John, 25 and 26 High street 

Glover, Isabella, 8 Moss street 
Hunter, Thomas, 7 Moss street 
Lang, Mrs, 18 George street 
Lyall, Miss, 97 High street 
Lyle, George, 4 Broomlands 
Lyle, William, 16 George street 
Marshall, Mrs, 56 High street 
Monteith, John, 11 Smithhills 
M'Callum, Mrs, 69 Broomlands 
M'Fadyen, Miss Elizabeth, 86 Causeyside 
M'lntyre, Robert, 60 George street 
M'Lerie, Miss, 1 02 Causeyside 



PAISLEY. 147 



Paterson, Samuel, 17 Broomlands 
Peters, Mrs, 9 George street 
Robertson, Mrs Jane, 16 Wellmeadow 
Ross, John, 21 Wellmeadow 
Scott, Mrs, 101 High street 
Shanks, Alexander, 28 Wellmeadow 
Stevenson, James, 1 Wellmeadow 
Stevenson, John, 6 Silk street 
Templeton, Miss, 24 Causeyside 
Wilson, Mary, 84 New Sneddon 

Fumiturs Dealers. 

Burns, John, 6 Old Sneddon 

Burning, John, 77 High street 

Guthrie, Mrs, 80 High street 

Mitchell, Alexander, 1 Neil street and 15 MaxwelL 

ton street 
M'Crumblish, Thomas, 30 Old Sneddon 
M'Naught, John, 38 New street 
M'Ghee, Patrick, 5 Old Sneddon 
Pollock, William, 81 High street 
Sproul, William, 29 New Smithhills 

hardeners- 

Adam, Mrs William, 23 Gauze street 
Aird, John, 3 Albion street 
Arndle, Hugh, Stonefield 
Barbour, William, Nethercommon 
Brock, John, 32 Storie street 
Dickson^ William, jun,, 4 Williamsburgh 
Gray, Margaret, 66 Causeyside 
Gray, William, West Craigielea 
Grieve, Robert, sen., 1 Union street 
Hill, Mrs John, 30 High street and Nethercommon 
Millar, Alexander, 13 Wellmeadow 
Moffat, Mrs, Well street 
M^Kay, Mrs Neil, 22 Sandholes 
M'Kenzie, Archibald, North Greenhill and 6 Smith 
hnis 



148 PAISLEY. 



O'Neill, Neil, 26 Lawn street 

Paul, William, Wester Crossflat, off Mill street 

Robertson, Daniel, Greenlaw and Linside — shop, 

3 Smithhills 
Semple, John, 24 New street and Linside 
Slater, Edward, 58 Causeyside 
Stobbo, Thomas, Westmarch 
Tudhope, John, 11 Barclay street 



Crlaziers. 

Adam, James, & Son, 7 Gilmour street 
Barr, James, 79 High street 
Boyd, James, & Son, Macdowall street 
Boyd, James, 42 New street 
Ferguson, Angus, 106 Causeyside 
Kirk, John, 27 Wellmeadow 
Neilson, Thomas, 4 West Brae 
Wilkie, James, 1 and 2 Hunter street 



Grain Merchants. 

Anderson, William, 75 Love street 

Dunlop, John, 8 Glen lane 

Glen, Thomas, Hawkhead Mills 

Hastie, Archibald, Camphill Flour Mills 

Morrison, William, 34 High street 

Muir, Adam, 23 Well street 

Muir, George, 23 Well street 

MacKellar, Archibald, 42 Moss street 

Peacock, Eobert, & Brothers, 19 Thread street 

Pollock, Robert, 16 Back Sneddon 

Reid, Andrew, 13 Old Sneddon 

Shearer, James, 71 Broomlands 

Simon, Andrew, Cardonald Mill 

Smith, Joseph, & Son, 30 Orchard street 

Snodgrass, James, Saucel Mill 

Stirling, Hugh, Seedhill Mill 



i»AistEY, 149 



Grocers and Victuallers. 

Those marked (f) are also Spirit Dealers. 

Adam, Robert, 15 Smithhills 
fAdam, William, 51 Caledonia street 

Aitken, James, 7 Orchard street 

Allan, John S., 18 George street 

Anderson, William, 75 Love street 

Armstrong, Mary, 13 Gauze street 

Ayton, Robert, 9 Neilston street 

Balderston, Mrs John, 140 George street 

Ballantyne, John, 2 High Street, 70 Love street, and 
54 Causey side 

Ballantyne, Joseph, 24 Wellmeadisw 
fBarbour, Thomas, 23 Carriagehill 

Barr, James, 4 Newton street 

Barton, Robert John, 10 New Sneddon 

Begg, Archibald, 83 Broomlands 

Begg, James, 33 Storie street 

Bell, Mrs E.^ 1 6 Orchard street 
fBerry, William, 75 High street 

Bissland, Mrs, 3 Wellmeadow 

Blair, James^ Potterhili 
fBlair, Mrs John^ 32 Wellmeadow 

Borland, Alexander, 5S High street 

Brough, John, 46 Millai-ston 

Brown, William, 37 High street 

Brown, W. Berwick, 30 High street 

Buchanan, John, 16 Wellmeadow 

Buchanan, Mrs Margaret, 5 Inkle street 

Burns, James, 6 Williamburgh 

Bustard, Thomas, 17 North Croft 

Cairns, Alexander and Robert, 2 High street 

Cameron, James, 24 New street 

Campbell, Mrs, 86 New Sneddon 
tCarlile, Thomas, 17 Old Smithhills 
tChalmers, James, 13 Maxwellton 

Coats, W. & A., 68 Broomlands 

Cochran, James, 148 George street 
N 2 



-150 PAISLEY. 



fCowan, William, 3 Maxwell street 

Gumming, Dugald^ 21 Maxwellton street 
fCurrie, William, juii., 4 Renfrew street 

Cuthbertson, John, 23 Gauze street 

Dick, Margaret, 89 Causeyside 
t Dickie, Thomas, 12 Broomlands 

Dougall, Mrs Robert, 46 Broomlands 

Drennan, Thomas, 5 Silk street 

Drummond, William, 2 Old Sneddon 

Equitable Co-operative Society's store, 5 Neilston road 

Erskine, James, & Son, 43 Causeyside 

Erskine, John, 41 George street 

Ewing, John, 52 Storie street 

Ewing, Mrs, 66 High street 

Ewing, William, 87 Causeyside 

Fechney, David, jun., 107 George street 

Fechney, James, 35 Ferguslie 

Fergus, J. & J., 33 High street 
fFinston, Andrew, 92 Causeyside 

Fleming, James, 6 Smith street 

Fulton, James, 79 Causeyside 

Fulton, John, 73 Broomlands 

Fulton, Mrs, 14 St. Mirren street 

Fulton & M'Elwee, 7 Cotton street 

Gallacher, John, 12 Smithhills 

Gibb, William, 10 Gauze street 

Gibson, Andrew, 7 Bridge street 

Gibson, J. & A., 3 Broomlands 
t Gibson, William, 107 and 108 High street 
fGilmour, John, 20 Moss street 

Glass, James, 24 Wellmeadow 
fGoold, John, 16 Storie street 

Go wan, Ann, 15 Great Hamilton street 

Graham, Mrs, 17 Ferguslie 

Graham, Mrs Jane, 72 Canal street 

Grice, John, 4 Neilston road 

Hamilton, James, 58 Storie street 

Hamilton, John, 56 George street 

Hardie, Alexander, 6 Prussia street 

Hart, Helen, 2 Dovesland 



PAISLEY. 151 



t Harvey, George, 138 George street 

Henderson, Robert, 83 High street 

Hendry, James, 62 Causeyside 

Hepburn, Arnot, 72 Broomlands 

Hood, A. M., 18 Lawn street 

Hood, W. & T., 17 Lawn street 

Hume, Mrs, 3 School wynd 
fHunter, Mrs Thomas, 22 Great Hamilton street 

Jack, James, 95 High street 

Johnston, William, 25 Old Sneddon 

Kelly, Mrs James, 22 Lawn street 
f Kelso, Thomas, 23 Stock street 
f Killoch, Jane, 1 St. James street 

King, Mrs, 4 New Smithhills 

ELirkwood, James, 26 Glen street 

Knox, Mrs, 16 Abercorn street 
fLandess, Robert, 20 George street 

Lang, William, 18 Sandholes 

Latta, Jane, 8 Ferguslie 
fLittle, WilHam, 40 Wellmeadow 

Lyon, Mrs John, 22 Orchard street 

Martin, John, 9 Seedhill 

Marshall, Robert, 150 George street 

Mellis, Mrs William, 17 Broomlands 
tMillar, Mrs Alexander, 1 East Buchanan street 

Monaghan, William, 6 Inkle street 

Montgomery, Elizabeth, 85 Causeyside 
fMuir, Daniel, 13 Neilston road 

Muir, George, 50 Caledonia street 

Muir, Jqhn, 20 Wallace street 

Muir, Mrs Archibald, 12 Old Smithhills 

Muir, William, 26 Cotton street 

Mutrie, Thomas, 13 Gauze street 

M'Adam, Mrs James, 5 North Croft 

M' Alpine, David, 36 St. James street 
|M' Arthur, Colin, 21 Wallace street 

M'Cormick, Robert, 31 Ferguslie 
jM'Cracken, Thomas, 17 Gauze street 

M'Dermid, Peter, 18 Moss street 

M'Donald, Patrick, 35 Castle street 



152 PAISLEY. 



M'Fadyen, James, 31 High street 

M'Farlane, George, 21 New Smithliills 

M'Farlane, Robert, 17 Cotton street 
fM'Gee, Robett, 19 Lawn street 

M'Ghie, John, 13 Abbey street 

M'Gibbon, Mrs J., 10 Glen street 

M'Hale, Peter, 118 Geoi'ge street 

M'Hutchison, Alexander^ 51 George street 

M'Indoe, Matthew, 10 Lawn street 

M'lndoe, Mrs^ 15 Ferguslie 

M'Intyre, Findlay, 16 Lady lane 

M'Kay, William, Wester Carriagehill place 

M'Kechnie^ Mrs^ 99 George street 

MacKellar, Archibald, 42 Moss street 

M'Kellar, Daniel, 28 George street 

M'ltim, Mts, 27 Williamsburgh 

M'Lachlan, John, 5 Moncrieff street 

M'Lellan, James, 39 Ferguslie 

M'Lerie, George^ 23 New Sneddon 

M*Nair, Duncan, 6 and 25 Moss street 

M*Nair, John, 120 George street 

M'lTaughton, James, 92 New Sneddon 

M'Neil, John, 19 Wellmeadow 

Newton, Robert, 16 Maxwell street 
fNicol, John, 6 George street 

Orchardson, Robert, 86 Causeyside 

Orchieson, George, 27 Ferguslie 

Orr, Mrs, 30 St. James street 

O'May, Robert, 31 Storie street 

Paisley Equitable Co-operative stores, 5 Neilston 
road 

Paisley Provident Co-operative stores, 15 George 
street 

Park, Alexander H., 105 High street (Cross) 

Park, Miss, 97 Causeyside 

Park, Robert, 18 Sandholes 

Paterson, Andrew, 15 Old Sneddon 

Paton, John, 6 Moncrieff street 

Paton, Mrs Elizabeth, 88 Canal street 

Paul, Matthew, 20 Wellmeadow 



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PAISLEY. 153 



Paul, Mrs James, 15 Williamsburgh 

Peacock, Kobert, 90 High street 

Pennell, John, 39 Maxwellton 

Percy, Francis, 101 Causeyside 

Percy, Samuel, 26 Broomlands 

Pollock, Mary, 47 High street 

Pollock, WiUiam, 27 High street 

Ramsay, James, 20 Abbey street 

Eamsay, Robert, 83 New Sneddon 

Ray, Samuel, 16 Ferguslie 

Reid, Andrew, 13 Old Sneddon 

Reid, Jane, 19 New Sneddon 

Renfrew, John, 2 Williamsburgh 

Renfrew, Robert, 6 South Campbell street 

Richardson, Isaac, 21 High street 

Ritchie, David, 25 Queen street 

Ritchie, John, 25 George street 

Ritchie, Robert, 25 Gauze street and 57 Causeyside 

Robertson, James, 67 Causeyside 
fRobertson, William, 5 Carriagehill 

Rodger, Matthew, 8 Wallneuk 

Rowan, Peter, 27 New Sneddon 

Russell, William, 8 Garthland street 

Scott, Mrs Matthew, 11 Saucel 

Scott, Thomas, 34 Canal street 

Semple, James, 40 George street 

Semple, James, 86 Canal street 
fShankley, Robert, 84 Causeyside 

Shanks, Mrs William, 9 School wynd 

Shaw, Mrs Catherine, 1 Bridge street 

Sim, Ann, 14 Carriagehill 

Skinnider, P., 25 South Croft 

Slater, Edward, 58 Causeyside 

Smith, Alexander, 6 Barclay street 

Smith, Benjamin, 3 Garthland street 

Smith, John, 16 Orchard street 

Smith, Joseph, & Son, 30 Orchard street 
tSmith, Mrs David, 5 Abbey street 

Smith, Mrs, 10 Silk street 

Somerville, Jane, 21 Moss street 



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Sorley, Mrs, 12 Gauze street 

Spence, Son, & Pinkerton, 62 Storie street 

Steel, Joseph, 30 Thread street 

Stevenson, David, 29 Glen street 

Stevenson, James, 42 Broomlands 
jStevenson, Thomas, 8 Gauze street 

Teas, Joseph, 17 Back Sneddon 
f Templeton, Mrs William, 13 Canal street 

Thomas, Patrick, 27 Old Sneddon 
^Thomson, Robert, 10 Storie street 

Train, Mrs John, 31 George street 

Ure, J. & D., 4 High street 

Ure, Thomas, 97 Causeyside 
f Walker, Hugh, 16 Broomlands 

Walker^ James, 16 Broomlands 

Walker, Mrs David, 13 Carriagehill 

Walker, Mrs, 23 Abbey street 

Walker, INIrs Margaret, 100 George street 

Wallace, James, 1 Dovesland 

Walls, Connelly, 7 Old Sneddon 

Watt, Robert, 24 Broomlands 

Weir, John, 15 Gauze street 

Weir, James, 10 Smithhills and Saucel 

White, Miss, PotterhiU 

Whyte, Mrs James, 10 Wardrop street 

White, James, 4 Lylesland 

Whitehead, Walter, 50 George street and 44 Broom- 
lands 

Wills, James, 63 George street 

Wilson, William, 5 Bridge street 

Woodrow, John, 9 Williamsburgh 

Wright, Mrs A., 28 New Smithhills 
fWylie, R. S., 71 Love street 
fYoung, Alexander, ^0 Williamsburgh 

Young, John, 95 George street 



Sair Dr@ssers. 

Brooks, James, 2 Gauze street 
Burns, George, 80 High street 



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Dearie, John, 8 Broomlands 
Gardner, Andrew, 10 St. Mirren street 
Gibson, David, & Co., 9 Broomlands 
Hagarty, Joseph, 3 New street 
Houston, John, 29 High street 
Keir, Samuel, 2 St. Mirren street 
Mellon, John, 16 Moss street 
Millar, John, 12 Broomlands 
M'Gregor, William, 34 Old Sneddon 
Wright, John, 98 Causeyside 

Ham Curers. 

Coats, W. & A., 68 Broomlands 
Drennan, Thomas, 4 Silk street 
Fulton & M'Elwee, 7 Cotton street 
Fulton, Mrs, 14 St. Mirren street 
Spence, Son, & Pinkerton, 62 Storie street 
Ure, Thomas, 97 Causeyside 
Whiteford, David E., 88 Causeyside 

Batters. 

Blair, & Co!, 28 High street 
Brown, George, 87 High street 
Robertson & Son, 49 Moss street 
Smith, Robert, 88 High street 

Bosiera, 

Brown, M., 4 Moss street 

Cassidy, E., 4 Gauze street 

Coats & Aitken, 2 Broomlands and 55 Causeyside 

Gibb, John, 25 and 26 High street 

Gilchrist, Robert, (late Adam), 5 Moss street 

Leitch, Thomas, 9 Moss street 

Lyall, Miss, 97 High street 

M'Callum, Mrs, 69 Broomlands 

M'Intyre, Robert, 60 George street 

M'Millan, Mary, 1 Smithhills 

McLean, Misses, 10 Old Smithhills 



156 PAISLEY. 



M'Neil, John, 5 Castle street 

Ogilvie, Mrs, 3 Love street 

Paisley Co-operative Society, 15 George street 

Scott, Mrs E., 101 High street 

Stevenson, John, 67 Canal street 

Hotise Factors. 

Regg, David, 7 Sir Michael street 

Black, Daniel, 19 School wynd 

Donald, Thomas, 42 New street 

Fergus, James, 61 Storie street 

Fisher, John, 4 Causeyside 

Gibb, Thomas, 39 New street 

Lang, James, 86 High street 

Lyle, Dalrymple, 4 High street 

M'Stravic, James, 3 Moncrieff street 

Muir, John, 23 Moss street 

Picken, John, 26 Storie street 

Pollock, John, Terrace buildings, 109 High street 

"Whyte, James, 109 Causeyside 

Wilson, David, 12 Abbey street 

Winning, James, Terrace buildings, 109 High street 

Znn and Hotel Zeopers. 

Climie, William, Bull Inn, 5 New street 
Connell, William, Commercial Hotel, 50 Moss street 
Latta, Mrs John, Hay Weighs Inn, 3 King street 
Meiklejohn, J. G., George Hotel, Smithhills 
Morrison, Alexander, Globe Hotel, 11 High street 
M'Farlane, Robert, Newtown Inn, 9 Gauze street 
Thomson, Archibald, County Hotel, County place 

ZrozL Founders. 

Abercorn Foundry Company, North Croft 
Bow, Joseph, 89 New Sneddon 

Craig, Fullerton, & Co., Vulcan Works, 4 Hamilton st. 
Marshall, John, 10 South Croft 
Porteous Dundas S., Snawdoun Works, 15 New 
Sneddon 



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Iron Merchants. 
Murdoch, Robert, & Co., 14 South Croft, Paisley ^ 
and 21 Robertson street, Glasgow 

Ironmongers. 

Bain, William, & Co., 109 High street 
Crawford, Hamilton, 24 Causeyside 
Duncan, William, 109 High street 
Eadie, Robert, 94 High street 
Gilchrist, William, 1 Broomlands 
Gilmour, Matthew, 32 High street 
Glover, William, 22 High street 
Haran, Neil G., 99 Causeyside 
M' Arthur, William,' 9 High street 
Pinkerton, R. & J., 42 Moss street 
Ritchie, James, 47 Moss street 
Thomson, Joseph, 98 High street 

Jacquard Haeliine Makers* 

Alexander, J. & W., Barterholm roadhead 
Osborne, James, 20 Lawn street 
Picken & Comrie, 3 Barclay street 

Ladies' Nurses. 

Leckie, Mrs, 11 Cross street 
Lennie, Mrs, 6 George street 
Steel, Mrs, 25 Old Sneddon 

La"w Agent. 
Campbell, Thomas, 4 Moss street 

Leather Merchants. 

Lang, James, 86 High street 
Lang, James, jun., 86 High street 
Lang, William, 86 High street 
M'Nish, Robert, 94 High street 
Smith & Glass, 2 Broomlands 
o 



158 PAISLEY. 



Litliograpliers and Engravers/ 

Barbour, John, jun., 1 Old SmithbHls — (See adver- 
tisement) 

Carswell, John, 4 High street — (See advertisement) 

Foote, Andrew, 7 Smithhills 

Gibb, Thomas, 8 Forbes place — (See advertisement) 

Graham, T. & R., 4 Bridge street 

Hay, Robert, & Son, 10 High street — (See advertise- 
ment) 

Hepburn, Robert, & Co., Abbey Mill 

Paterson, H., & Co., 5 Cumberland court, Causey- 
side 

Manufacturers- 

Arthur, Archibald, 4 Sandholes 
Arthur, James, 4 Barclay street 
Baird, John, 43 George street 
Cameron, Peter, 2 Stirling street 
Campbell, William, jun., 1 Cumberland court 
Cochran, William, 7 St." Mirren street 
Cook, Mark, & Co., Ill Causeyside 
Craig, Hugh, 28 Glen street 
Cunningham, James, &; Co., 116 Causeyside 
Cunningham, John, & Son, 8 Forbes place 
Dalziel & Begg, 112 Causeyside 
Fernie, James, 18 Kins; street 
Fleming, David, 109 Causeyside 
Gemmell, Robert, Blackball Factory 
Gibb, Mathew, & Co., 116 Causeyside 
Gibson, Cowan, 44 Storie street 
Greenlees, Matthew, 7 and 8 Forbes place 
Guthrie, Robert, & Co., 2 Causeyside 
Hair, James, 15 Causeyside 
Hair, Robert B., 15 Causeyside 
Halden, Francis, 112 Causeyside 
Hamilton, A. S., & Co., 8 Causeyside 
Harper, William, 6 Smith street 
Kerr, John, & Co., 9 Causeyside 



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Kerr, Robert, & Son, 22 Thread street 

Kilpatrick, James, 18 Causeyside 

Kirkwood, Barton, & Co., 105 Causeyside 

Leitch, Alexander, 5 High street 

Logan & Gardner, 5 Forbes place 

Marshall, Hugh, 13 Causeyside 

Maxwell, Matthew, 4 Cumberland court, Causeyside 

Millar, J. & R., Ill Causeyside 

Morgan, John, & Co., 110 Causeyside 

Murray, Daniel, jun., 2 Forbes place 

Murray, James, 3 Causeyside 

Macfarlane, Son, So Co., 2 Forbes place 

M'Fadyen, Archibald, 41 High eteeet (hand knitting) 

M'Kechnie, John, & Co., Causeyside court, 14 Causey- 
side 

M'Lennan, T. B., 7 St. Mirren street 

M'Naughtan, James, 113 Causeyside 

Neil, John, 6 Wardrop street 

Paisley Co-operative Manufacturing Society (limited), 
7 St. Mirren street 

Paterson, James, & Co., 7 St. Mirren street 

Robertson, J. & J., 3 Forbes place 

Ronald, Robert A., Daisy Bank, Back Sneddon 

Rowat, R. T. & J., 115 Causeyside 

Scott, Matthew, 109 Causeyside 

Smith, Charles, & Co., 113 Causeyside 

Speirs, David, & Co., 167 George street 

Todd, Alexander, 109 Causeyside 

Walker, Son, & Co., 113 Causeyside 

Walkers & Co., 113 Causeyside 

Wallace, Hugh, 114 Causeyside 

Whitehiil, M., & Co., 7 Causeyside 

Wilson, Brothers, 147 George street 

Wilson, William, & Son, 4 Cumberland court, Causey- 
side 

Young, Robert, 44 George street 

Young, William M., & Co., 106 Causeyside 

Yuill & Campbell, 9 and 10 Forbes place 

Yuill, John, & Co., 11 Forbes place 



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Manufacturers (Blacking). 

M'Pherson, Robert, 8 Shuttle street 
Steen, James, 60 Back Sneddon 

Manufacturers (Curled Eair), 
M'Nair, J. & D., & Co., Seedhill hair works. 

Manufacturers (Elastic Belt). 
Macfarlane, Philips, & Co., CoUinslee 

Manufacturers (Corn Flour, So.) 

Brown & Poison, Carriagehill and Colinslee 

Currie & Co., Glenfield 

Hunter, R. & D., Macdowall street 

Jamieson, William, & Sons, Blackball 

MacKean, Wm., St. Mirren Works, Caledonia street 

Poison, William, & Co., Abercorn street 

Manufacturers (Essence of Coffee, Tea, ao 
Johnston, James, Shuttle street 

Manufacturers (Macliinery Belts, &c.) 

Knox, J. & J., 19 High street 

Baird, Wm., successor to Wm. Stirling and Co., 86 
High street 

Manufacturers (Muslins)- 

Brown, William, & Son, Colinslee Works ' 
Johnston, William, & Co., Shuttle street 

Manufacturers of Oil and G-lycerine. 
Anderson & Wallach, Abercorn street. 

Manufacturers (Sewed Muslins). 
Brown, Sharps, & Tyars, 166 George street 



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Llan'afaoturers (Starcli). 

Brown & Poison, Royal Starch works, Carriagehill 

Currie & Co., Glenfield 

Hunter, R. & D., Macdowall street 

Jamieson, William, & Sons, Blackball Works, 

Blackball 
M'Gown, Adam, East Lane, Williamsburgb 
MacKean, William, St. Mirren Works, Caledonia st. 
MacKenzie Brothers, Victoria Starch Works, Renfrew 

road 
Poison, William, & Co., Imperial Starch Works, 

Abercorn street 
Wotberspoon, William, Glenfield Works, Maxwellton 

Manufaeturers of Tliread- 

Anderson, James, & Co., 9 New street 

Carlile, James, Sons, & Co., 13 Carlile place, New 

Sneddon 
Clapperton, William, & Co., 70 New Sneddon 
Clark & Co., Anchor Thread Works- -counting house, 

Seedhill 
Clark, James, & Co., Marshall's lane 
Clark, J. & J.,& Co., Seedhill, Linside, Cumberland, 

and Burnside — counting bouse, Seedhill 
Clark, J., & Co., Paisley Thread Works, Well street 
Coats, J. & P., Ferguslie 

Kerr & Clark, Linside — -counting house, Seedhill 
Kerr & Co., ^' The Cable Thread Works." 
Kerr, Peter, & Son, 34 New street 
Ross & Duncan, Abercorn Factory, 6 Abercora street 

Masons and Si;iild.@rs. 

Barrs & M'Caig, 11 Shuttle street 
Bowes, Mrs William, 26 St. James street 
Dick, David, 2 Glen lane 
Gordon & Barclay, Broomlands 
Gordon, John, 9 Cross street 

Hamilton, Hugh, & Son, 4 Bank street — yard, Mill st. 
King, Walter, Woodend, Houston 
o 2 



1 62 PAISLEY. 



Logan, Robert, 106 George street 

Morton, David, corner of Lady lane and George st. 

M'Cann, Patrick, 1 Bladda 

Robin, William, 14 Lady lane 

Rollo, James, 45 Broomlands 

Smith, John, 11 Stow street 

Templeton, Andrew, 28 Glen street 

Watson & Pattison, Lady lane, opposite Victoria place 

Wilson & Hamilton, 19 Cotton street 

Wylie, Thomas, 3 Barclay street 

Young, Alexander, 1 Saucel 

Young, John, 15 West brae 

Lamb, James J., 6 St. James place 
Lamb, J. Barr, 6 St. James place 

Msdical Practitioners. 
Cochran, James, 21 Wellmeadow 
Colligan, Hugh S., M.D., 23 Gauze street and 9 

Orr square 
Donald, James T., 5 High street and 9 Orr square 
Falconer, Robert, 83 Causeyside 
Falconer, William, 83 Causeyside 
Frazer, Donald, M.B., CM., 2 New Smithhills 
Graham, Thomas, M.D., 34 Gauze street 
Hunter, John B., M.D., CM., 3 Smithhills and 95 

High street 
Hutchison, James, 23 Causeyside 
M'Kechnie, William, M.D., Greenhill House 
M'Leod, Ninian F., M.D., 54 High street and 12 Old 

Sneddon 
Paton, James, M.D., 7 Orr square 
Richmond, Daniel, M.D., 82 New street 
Taylor, David, M,D., 7 St. James place 
Wilson, John, 13 Broomlands 
Weir, Andrew, M.D., CM., 33 WilHamsburgh 



Messeng>er-at-Arms, 
M'Kechnie, Alexander, 4 Moss street 



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Metal Hefiners. 

Love Hugh, 20 and 21 Abbey close 
Mackintosh, Alexander, 12 Newton street 

Mid-wives. 

Beaton, Mrs, 5 Storie street 
Chalmers, Mrs, 2 Storie street 
Colvin, Mrs, 24 Lawn street 
Craig, ]\Irs Matthew, 12 Dyers' wynd 
Guy, Mrs, 4 West Buchanan street 
Hamilton, Mrs, 31 St. James street 
Lennie, Mrs, 6 George street 
Roxburgh, Miss, 2 North Croft 
Shanks, Mrs, 25 Old Sneddon 
Taylor, Mrs, 65 George street 

Millers. 

Glen, Thomas, Hawkhead Mills 

Hastie, Archibald, Camphill Flour Mill 

Peacock, Robert, & Brothers, Steam Mill, 19 Thread 

street 
Simon, Andrew, Cardonald Mill 
Snodgrass, James, Saucel Mill 
StirHng, Hugh, SeedhiU Mill 

Missionaries. 

Lauder, Thomas, West-end Mission, 49 Broomlands 

Linn, J. F., Free St. George's, High street 

Murray, James, Reformed Presbyterian, 143 George 

street 
M'Lannagan, Hugh, Abbey Parish, 11 Gaaze street 
Pinkerton, William, Charleston Mission, 26 Gauze 

street 
Roberts, John, Blackball buildings 
Retson, Thomas, Free Martyrs', Maxwellton 



164 PAISLEY. 

Jailers. 
Burns, Alexander, 7 Abbey street 
Lindsay, Walter, 20 Gordon's lane 

XTurssrymen and Florists. 

Martin, William, Greenlaw Nursery, 78, 80, and 100 

Candleriggs, Glasgow 
M'Kenzie, Peter, Bellfield cottage, Cartvale, Love 

street 
Paul, William, Wester Crossflat, off Mill street 
Semple, John, 24 New street and Linside 
Waterston, John, 23 Calside 
White, George, 3 Moss street, and Ladyburn, 

Williamsburgh 

Painters and Paper Hangers. 

Boyd, James, 42 New street 
Buchanan, Archibald, 82 High street 
Fernie, Archibald, 16 George street 
Muir, Alexander, 32 High street 
Murray, David, & Son, 15 Gilmour street 
Macfedries, William T., 38 New street 
Reid, James, 116 Causeyside 
Sinclair, Peter, 15 Wellmeadow 
Snodgrass, John, & Son, 21 Gauze street 
Waterston, J. & R., 4 County place 
Watson, Alex., 81 Broomlands 
Watson, Robert, 1 George street 
Watson, William, 23 Old Smithhills 
Wilkie, James, 1 and 2 Hunter street 
Wilkie, John, 39 High street 

Pattern Dra^rers. 

Robertson, James, 3 Orchard street 
Scadlock, George, 3 Garthland street 
Taylor, John, 23 George street 
Young, George, 64 Love street 



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Paper Eulers. 

Carswell, John, 4 High street 
Clelland & Gibb, 8 Forbes place 
Parlane, J. & R., 97 High street 

PawnTarokers. 

Fairley, George, 7 Broomlands, and 1 Queen street 
Fairley & Lochhead, 31 Causeyside and 1 Gordon's 

lane 
Falconer, Miss Marion, 35 High street 
Galt,l James S., trustees of the late, 4 Gordon's lane 

and 30 Causeyside 
Leitch, William, 106 George street 
Lewis, Arthur, 17 and 18 Storie street, 83 Broom- 

lands, 1 San dholes, 38 Gordon's lane, and 108 

George street 
Mackay, John, 32 Gauze street and 3 Abbey close 
M'Ghee James, 8 Back Sneddon and 12 Old Sneddon 
Smith, Helen, 108 George street 
Ste'wart, Peter, 28 New street 
Warrington, Mary Ann, trustees of thelate, 24 Gauze 

street 

Pliotograpliers. 

Brown, William, and Son, 6 Gilmour street 
Caldwell, George, 7 Churchhill 
Dick, Matthew, 41 Wellmeadow 
Millar, Thomas W., 69 High street 
M'Kenzie, George, 5 Gilmour street 
Whiteford, J. H., 25 Storie street 
Young, Stephen A. M'L., 3 West street 

Plasterers- 
Hutchison, James, Westside Cottage, 3 Glen lane 
Hutchison, John — orders left with W. Wilson & Son, 

70 Broomlands 
Mitchell, Andrew, jun., 84 New Sneddon 
Mitchell & Cowden, 12 Sir Michael street 



PAISLEY. 



riumlsers, Tinsmiths, and Coppersmitlis. 

Crawford, Dugald, 3 Maxwell street 
Crawford, Hamilton, 24 Causeyside 
Gilmour, John, 42 High street 
Glover, William, 22 High street 
Haran, Neil G., 99 Causeyside 
Hill, WilHam, 4 New street 
Hunter, Alexander, 52 Caledonia street 
Kelly, Alexander, 4 Causeyside 
Kilpatrick, James, 5 Gilmour street 
Martin, Alexander, School wynd 
Millar, Adam, 9 St. Mirren street 
Moodie, James, 64 Broomlands 
Morrison, John, Dyers' wynd 
M'Walter, Allan, 23 New Smithhills 
Paterson, Joseph, 14 St. Mirren street 
Pinkerton, R. & J., 42 Moss street 
Pollock, William S., 80 High street 
Robertson, George, 4 New Sneddon 
Stewart, John, 8 Old Sneddon 
Thomson, Joseph, 98 High street 
Wallace, Connell, & Co., 8 Gilmour street 

Potato Morchants. 

Allan, Robert, 3 St. James street 
Bowie, John, 31 Glen street 
Kirkwood, James, 26 Glen street 
Laurie, William, 39 Lady lane 
MacKellar, Archibald, 42 Moss street 

Fo^er-Loom Clotli Manufacturers. 

Cochran, Robert, & Son, 44 Gordon's lane 
Crawford & Ritchie, Abercorn street 
Kerr, R. & J. P., Underwood and Oakshaw Mills 
Wilson, Brothers, George Street Factory, 147 George 
street 



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Printers (Letterpress). 

Caldwell & Co., 44 New street and 14 St. Mirren st. 
Cook, J. & J., 3 Moss street 
Gardner, Alexander, 3 Moss street 
Hamilton, David E., 2 New street 
Parlane, J. & R., 97 High street 
Reid, John, 18 High street and 7 Broomlands 
Watson, William B., Paisley Herald Office, Waterloo 
place, 2 Gilmour street — ^works, 10 High street 



Hivet and Bolt Maker. 
Hodgert, John J., 11 New Smithhills 

Slopespinners. 

Morton, Matthew, Cartvale, Love street 
Peacock, John, 85 High street 
Southwell, Peter, 18 High street 
Steven, William, 82 High street 

ExLpture, Truss, and Bandage Maker. 
Q-emmel, G., & Co., 12 Dyers' wynd 

Saddlers and Harness Makers, 

Knox, J. & J., 19 High street 
M'Pherson, James, 43 Wellmeadoif 
Smith, James, 49 Moss street 
Baird, William, 86 High street 

Sciilptors. 

Gordon & Barclay, Broomlands (opposite Cemetery 

gate) 
Morton, David, foot of Lady lane 
Robin, David, 14 Lady lane 
Watson & Pattison, Lady Lane (opposite Victoria 

place) 



168 PAISLEY. 



Seed Ivlerchants. 

Anderson, William, 75 Love street 
Martin, Thomas, Greenlaw Nursery 
M'Fee, John, 1 St. Mirren street 
White, George, 3 Moss street 

Sha'wl Mercliants, 

Gilmour, William, 5 Causeyside 
M'Walter, Robert, 45 Causeyside 
Dick, James, 5 County place 
Walkers & Co., 113 Causeyside 

Sha-^l and MusUn Cutters. 

Christie, James, 14 and 15 Newton street 
Fulton, William, & Sons, Glenfield 
Hogg, Archibald, 40 Causeyside 
M'Lardie, James, Meikleriggs 
Young, James, 5 Broomlanda 

Sherif O^acers. 

Cockbum, Joseph Binnie, 4 Moss street 

Currie, James, Terrace buildings, 109 High street 

Harkness, John, 14 High street 

M'Kechnie, Alexander, 4 Moss street 

Paterson, James S., Terrace buildings, 109 High st. 

S]iipl3uilders« 

Fullerton, John, & Co., Merksworth Shipbuilding 
Yard, Inchinnan road 

Singers. 
Erskine, JameS; & Son, 43 Causeyside 



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Slaters. 

Gillespie, James, 13 Old Sneddon 
Gillespie, William, 82 New Sneddon 
Mitchell, Andrew, 88 Causeyside 
Wallace, Charles, 23 New Smithhills 
Wilson, Robert, 21 West street 
Wilson, William, 6 Wellmeadow 



Soap Manufacturers. 

■ Isdale & M'Callura, 4 New Sneddon 
Jamieson, William, & Son, Blackhall soap works. 

Blackhall 
MacKea-n, William^ St. Mirren soap works, 93 New 

Sneddon 
Robin & Houston, 61 New Sneddon 
Sim, William, & Co., 1 West Croft 

Smiths. 

(^ Those marked (f) are Farriers. 

Baldwin and Martin, 6 St Mirren street 

Browning, Alexander, 21 and 22 Orchard street 

Christie, William, 21 Underwood 
j-Donaldson, Humphrey, 1 Williamsburgh 
f Donaldson, John, 64 Love street 

Duncan, William, 109 High street 

Fisher, Robertson, & Co., 1 Water Brae and 2 Causey- 
side 

Gilmour, Matthew, 32 High street 

Hatrick, John, 18 Moss street 

Kerr, Thomas, 21 Moss street 
fLindsay, Walter, 20 Gordon's lane 

Love, William, 99 High street 
tM'Gepch, David, 4 Mill street 
tPatitson, Robert, 28 Castle street 

Reid, Thomas, 5 and 6 Bridge street 

Rodger, James, 90 George street 

Sinclair, Daniel, 3 Garthland street 



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PAlSLEr. 



fSproul, Andrew, 10 Lylesland 

f Spruell, Andrew, 8 Christie street 

fStorie, Archibald, Glen lane, off St. James street 

Trench, James, 15 Storie street 

Watson, Matthew, 7 New Smithhills 

Woodrow, Matthew, 42 New street 

Starcher and Wool Sizer. 
Beith, P&ter, 99 Causeyside 

Surgeon Dentists. 

Cameron, Thomas Russell, 28 Gauze street 

Cullen, Thomas, 12 St. James place 

Bobie, James, 8 St. James place — residence, George 

place 
Walker, John, 92 High street 

Tailors and Clothiers. 

Those marked (f) are clothiers, 

Allison, James, 95 Causeyside 
f Anderson, James, 16 Gilmour street 
f Blair, Archibald, 18 High street 
f Blair, Matthew, 18 Causeyside 

Blair, Robert, 37 George street 
fBrown, Robert, 99 High street 

Connell, William, 11 Abbey street 

Comrie, James, 9 Smithhills 
fCouper, John, 105 High street 

Cunningham, T., 140 George street 

Dobson, Jeremiah, 3 Gauze street 

Dobson, William L., 23 Williamsburgh 
fEaglesham, Robert, 1 High street 

Findlayson, William, 5 Storie street 
tGemmill, James, 32 High street 
fGivan, James, 5 Moss street 
fGivan, William, 103 High street (Cross) 

Glen, Allan, 9 Stow place 

Glen, Robert, 88 Causeyside 



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Grold, James, 16 Storie street 

Goldie, Henry, & Son, 17 Sandholes 
fGoold, James, 47 Moss street 
jGraham, Thomas, & Co., 2 County place 

Hatchard, James, 46 Moss street 
flrvine, James, 104 High street (Cross) 
fKing, Alexander, & Son, 4 G-ilmour street 

Mark, Peter, 99 Causey side 

Mathieson, John, tailor, 89 High street 

Mathieson, Robert, 59 George street 
fMitchell, John, 16 High street 
fMofiat, James, 7 Broomlands 
fMacallum, William, 10 Wellmeadow 
fMacfarlane, James, 14 St. Mirren street 
fMungle, Alexander, 9 High street 

M'Kenzie, Edward, 2 Wardrop street 

M'Kenzie, Hugh, jun., 78 Causeyside 
fM'Lean, James, 33 High street 

M'Nee, Robert, 3 Moss street 
fMactaggart, Daniel, 22 High street 
fPeattie, William, Waterloo place, Gilmour street 
•j-Robertson & M'Gibbon, 17 High street 
fRussell, Joseph, 18 Gilmour street 

Smith, Alexander, 6 Love street 
fThomson, William C, 8 High street 

Tanner. 
Whitehead, Joseph, 1 Seedhill 

Teac]i@rs. 

Adam, Miss, Queen street School — house, 16 Moss 

street 
Biggar, Janet A., Industrial School — house, 18 Oak- 

shaw street 
Braid, Miss, Academy, 5 Garthland street 
Brown, Miss Elizabeth, Stow School — house, 13 Stow 

street 
Brownridge, William, Marshall's lane — house, Park 

place, Calsidfi 



172 



Brunton, William, LL.D., Grammar Scliool and 

Academy — house, 5 Cliurchliill 
Callander, Peter, 25 Orchard street 
Campbell, John, I-Iutcheson's Charity School, 44 

Oakshaw street 
Chalmers, James K., Academy, 7 West brae 
Dalziei, Miss, Stow School — house, 145 George street 
Dick, George, Carbrook street School — house, 32 

Ferguslie 
Dickie, Horace W., teacher of Paisley Educational 

School, 14 New Sneddon — house, 6 Thread 

street 
Dickie, William, Abbey School — ^house, 6 ' Thread 

street 
Donaldson, David, F.E.I. S., Grammar School and 

Academy — house, 4 Stow place 
Eadie, John, 45 Maxwellton 
Glass, David, M.A., Grammar School and Academy 

— house, 31 Gauze street 
Hair, Miss, 11 Lawn street 
Hamilton, David, John Neilson Institution — house, 

58 Storie street 
Hamilton, Miss, Hunter Street School — house, 7 

High street 
Hamilton, Mrs, (sewing), Hunter Street School — 

house, 7 High street 
Harkness, William, Seedhill School, 7 Seedhill 
Hart, Miss Janet, Carbrook Street School — house, 12 

Barclay street 
H^ill, James, Catholic School — house, 18 School wynd 
Johnstone, John, John Neilson Institution — house, 

33 High street 
Keown, Miss, Academy, 42 High street 
Kerr, Thomas, John Neilson Institution — house, 9 

Wellmeadow 
Laidlaw, John, John Neilson Institution — house, 1 

Garthland lane 
Mairs, Joseph, Academy, 20 Old Smithhills — house, 

12 School wynd 
Menzies, George, Free South School, Stevenson street 



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Morgan, Miss Catherine, Catholic School — ^house, 18 

School wynd 
Muir, John, teacher, Chalmers' Academy — house, 71 

George street 
Mungle, Jane, Free St. George's Infant School, 

Marshall's lane — house, 49 High street 
M'Garvie, John, 2 Glen street — house, 16 do. 
M'Kenzie, Duncan, Kibble Reformatory — house, 2 

Niddry street 
Nairn, John, Western Academy, 19 School wynd 
Niven, J. C, Grammar School — house, 22 Well- 
meadow 
Orr, Miss, Stevenson Street School — house, 13 Abbey 

street 
Reid, Thomas, Industrial School, Albion street 
Richmond, Miss, John Neilson Institution, 49 High 

street 
Robin, James L., Industrial School, Albion street 
Ross, Miss, Abbey Street School, 11 Lawn street 
Shepherd, Louis Storer, John Neilson Institution — 

house, 18 Oakshaw street 
Smith, Miss Janet, Mr Wason's School — house, 43 

George street 
Sproul, James, Carriagehill School — house, 14 Barr 

street 
Tagg, Alexander, Causeyside street Sessional School 

— house, 27 St. James street 
Thomson, John G, John Neilson Institution — house, 

9 Wellmeadow 
Wason, Charles D., 125 George street — house, 51 

Broomlands 
Young, Miss, 79 George street — house, 64 Love 

street 
Young, Morris, 7 Old Sneddon 



Teachers (Dancing). 

Crawford, John S., Academy, 4 Smithhills 
Wallace, Mrs J. S., Glasgow 
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174 



Teacliers (Drawing). 

Hayes, Charles, 3 North street 
iShedden, William, School of Art 
Stewart, William, School of Design 

Teachers (Music). 

Braid, Miss, 5 Garthland street 
Colquhoun, Miss J., 31 Gauze street 
Dunnet, Misses, 3 Blackhall buildings 
Fraser, James Roy, Academy, 4 Smithhills 
Harvey, Mrs John, 55 Causeyside 
Hoeck, Louis, Academy, 86 High street 
M'Ewen, John, Garthland lane 
Roxburgh, Miss, 81 High street 

TolDacconists. 

Those marked (f) are Mauufacturers. 

fDobie, George, 12 High street 
fHunter, William, 100 High street 

Leitch, Miss Margaret, 4 St Mirren street 
fMasson, George, 2 High street 

Morton, William, 71 Broomlands 

M'Fee, John, 1 St. Mirren street 
fPaterson, William, & Co., 100 High street 

Rodger, Alexander, 91 High street 
fStevenson, John, & Sons, 77 New Sneddon 

Stevenson, Robert, 12 St Mirren street 

Wallace, John, 24 High street 

Wotherspoon, W.S., 8 High street (Cross) 

Tobacco Pipe Manufacturers. 

Campbell, Andrew, 10 Orchard street 
Smith, Andrew, 30 Gauze street 

Umbrella Manufacturers. 
Barbour, James, 101 High street 
Campbell, H., 7 Smithhills 
Cross, Mrs. Andrew, 99 High street 



PAISLEY. 175 



Upholsterers. 
Auld, John P., 81 Causeyside 
Cameron, Alexander, 40 High street 
Leitch, John, 49 Moss street 
Paton, John, 22 Glen street 
Whyte, William, 33 Wellmeadow 
Weir, George, 93 High street 
Weir, John, 12 High street 
Woodrow, A. T., 9 Churchhill 

Valuators. 
Craig, Archibald, 5 Gateside 
Drummond, James, 36 High street 
Gillespie, William, 76 New Sneddon 
Lamb, James J., 6 St. James place 
MacFayden, James R., 28 Wellmeadow 
Paterson, Robert, 10 Bridge street 
Reid, James, 1 8 High street 
Stewart, William, 4 Moss street 

Veterinary Surgeons- 
Donaldson, John, 64 Love street 
M'Geoch, Andrew, 4 Mill street 
Spniell, Andrew, 8 Christie street 

"harpers. 
Adam, William, 27 Canal street 
Allison, Robert, 19 Gauze street 
Millar, John, 16 Causeyside 

M'Lure, Andrew H., Terrace buildings, 109 High st, 
M'Millan, Neil, 16 Causeyside 
Whyte, James, 109 Causeyside 
Webster, Andrew, 13 Causeyside 

"Waste Merchants. 
Boyle, John, 13 and 51 Storie street 
Caldwell, Robert, 9 Old Sneddon 
Campbell, Duncan, 38 Storie street 



176 I>AISLfiT. 



Erskine, Robert, 50 Storie street 
Houston, Matthew, 24 George street 
Miller, Thomas, 117 George street 
M'Ghee, Patrick, 5 Old Sneddon 
M'Gown, Adam, East lane, Williamsburgh 
M'Leod, Alexander, 94 Causeyside 
Pollock, William, 58 Causeyside 
Reid, William, 73 Broomlands 
Speirs, J., 15 Wellmeadow 
Speirs, William, 13 Wellmeadow 
Storrie, J. & W., 37 High street 
Wallace, Bernard, 13 South Croft 
Wagstaff, Matthew, 5 Orchard street 
Watson, Thomas, 34 Causeyside 
Wyne, Teddy, 69 Back Sneddon 
Walker, Francis, 1 Neilston street 

WsXgIo. ana Clock Makers, and Jewellers. 

Angler, Andrew F., 13 Moss street 
Duff & Miller, 20 High street 
Gemmell, Matthew, 3 Wellmeadow 
Harris, Robert, 25 High street 
Harris, William, 19 High street 
Hatrick, James, 18 Cotton street 
Hill, R. L., 99 High street 
Lyle, John, 46 Moss street 
M' Gibbon, Richard F., 4 Moss street 
M'Kechuie, William, 41 High street 
Newlauds, J. Buchanan, 16 High street 
Paton, James, 17 Orchard street 
Wilson, James, 92 High street 

"Weavers' Furnisliers. 

Cochran & Walker, 26 Causeyside 
Millar, James, 16 Causeyside 
Millar, P. K., 101 Causeyside 
Moir, James, 21 Causeyside 
Young, Robert, 44 George street 



i 



PAISLEY. 177 



"Win© and Spirit Mercliants. 

Those marked (f) are Wholesale Merchants. 

Adam, Robert, 8 Orchard street 
Adam, William, 51 Caledonia street 
Alexander, Robert, 7 Renfrew street 
Allan, Hugh, 68 George street 

■j-Anderson, John, 5 St. Mirren street 
Andrew, William, 96 Causeyside 
Arroll, Thomas, jun., 37 Ferguslie 
Balfour, Alexander, 105 George street 
Barbour, Thomas, 23 Carriagehill 
Barclay, Margaret, 6 West Croft 
Berry, William, 75 High street 
Bissett, Miss Elizabeth, 12 Ferguslie 
Black, James, 26 Carriagehill 
Black, Mrs Robert, 7 Glen street 
Blair, Dugald, 78 Canal street 
Blair, Mrs John, 32 Wellmeadow 
Borland, Alexander, 20 Cotton street 
Bowie, Andrew, 11 Williamsburgh 
Boyle, James, 7 Moss street 
Boyle, Robert, 43 Moss street 

fCalderwood, Hugh, 94 New Sneddon 

fCaldwell, James, 10 Gilmour street 
Callender, Thomas, 30 Causeyside 

fCameron, Duncan, 2 New Sneddon 
Campbell, Robert, 27 Lawn street 
Campbell, William, 38 High street 
Carlile, Thomas, 17 Old Smithhills 
Chalmers, James, 13 Maxwell ton 
Clark, Peter, 10 Moss street 
Climie, William, 5 New street (hotel) 
Cochran, James, 11 West Croft 
Cochran, Mrs William, 22 New Smithhills 
Cockburn, Mrs John, 15 Gilmour street 
Colquhoun, George, 17 Wellmeadow 
Connell, Alexander, 23 Williamsburgh 



178 PAISLEY. 



Connell, David, 116 George street 

Connell, William, (hotel), 50 Moss street 

Costello, Patrick, 12 Gilmour street, and Canteen, 
Paisley Barracks 

Cowan, John, 7 Wallnenk 

Cowan, William, 3 Maxwell street 

Craig, Robert, 20 St. James street 

Craig, William, 17 Causeyside 

Cunningham, Adam, 35 High street 

Currie, William, jun., 4 Renfrew street 

Currie, Mrs John, 9 School wynd 

Dickie, Thomas, 12 Broomlands 

Dickson, Mrs, 110 George street 

Dickson, Richard, 20 Abbey street 

Donnelly, Michael, 4 St. Mirren street 

Downie, John, 1 Carriagehill 

Dunlop, John, 82 Broomlands 

Edmiston, Alexander, 4 Cotton street 

Edmiston, William, 32 George street 

Edmiston, William, 34 Canal street 

Fairlie, Robert, 9 Moss street 

Fechney, David, jun., 107 George street 

Fechney, James, 35 Ferguslie 

Ferguson, George, 78 High street 

Ferrie, Thomas, 9 Old Smithhills 

Finston, Andrew, 92 Causeyside 
fFoulds, Andrew, 4 Abbey street 
fFoulds, Andrew, jun., 88 High street and 162 George 

street 
fFoulds, Andrew, & Son, 5 Abbey street 
fFoulds, WilHam, 24 George street and 20 Old 
Sneddon 

Eraser, William, 11 New Sneddon 

Galbraith, John, 8 Mid lane, Ferguslie 
fGemmell, Matthew, 104 Causeyside 

Gibbons, Thomas, 18 Smithhills 

Gibson, Hugh, 23 Lawn street 

Gibson, James, 56 Causeyside 

Gibson, William, 107 and 108 High street 

Gilmour, James, 13 Dyers' wynd 



PAISLEY. 179 



Gilmour, John, 20 Moss street 
Goold, John, 16 Storie street 
Gray, William, 72 Causeyside 
Hamihon, Mrs Ann, 65 Love street 
Hamilton, Thomas, 148 George street 
Hart, Archibald, 14 Old Sneddon 
Hart, James, 3 St. James street 
Hart, Thomas, 85 Causeyside 
Hart, Thomas, 1 East Croft 
Harvey, George, 136 George street 
jHarvey, James, & Co., 15 King street, Saucel 
Hazel, Joseph, 10 Williamsburgh 
Heiton, John, jun,, 3 Orchard street 
Henderson, Mrs Alexander, 45 Moss street 
Henderson, Mrs William, 22 High street 
Hood, Wm., Cross Keys, 12 Saucel 
Houston, John, 29 High street 
Hughes, John, 13 Moss street 
Hunter, Joseph, 62 High street 
Hunter, Mrs E., 14 Cotton street 
Hunter, Mrs Thomas, 12 Great Hamilton street 
Hunter, William, 52 Storie street 
Jaap, George, 68 Canal street 
Jack, Agnes, 12 Back Sneddon 
Jeffrey, George, 8 Wardrop street 
Johnstone, James, 70 Broomlands ^ 

Johnstone, James, 25 Carriagehill 
Kelly, Adam, 37 St. James street 
Kelso, Thomas, 23 Stock street 
Killoch, Jane, 1 St. James street 
Lambie, John, 54 Storie street 
Lamond, Archibald, 1 Silk street 
Landess, Robert, 20 George street 
Lang, John, 47 Moss street 

Latta, Mrs Janet, Hay Weighs Inn, 3 King street 
Leckie, Robert, Rose and Thistle Tavern, 25 High st. 
Lees, Peter, 6 Old Smithhills 
Little, William, 40 Wellmeadow 
Livingston, Andrew, 30 Cotton street 
Logan, John, 29 Gauze street 



ISO PAISLEY. 



Love, William, 57 Broomlands 
Mack, John, 19 Causeyside 
Manwell, Mrs Martlia, 16 Abercorn street 
Marshall, John, 2 Renfrew street 
Mathie, Charles, 21 Broomlands 
Meikle, Andrew, 27 New Sneddon 
Meiklejuhn, J. G., George Hotel, 2 Smithhills 
Millar, Matthew, Earl Grey place, 14 Neilston road 
Millar, Mrs Alexander, 1 East Buchanan street 
Mitchell, William, 19 Carriagehill 
Morrison, Alexander, Globe Hotel, 11 High street 
Morrison, Hugh, 3 Silk street 
Morrison, Mrs George, 1 Dovesland 
Muir, Daniel, 13 Neilston road 
Muir, Francis, 20 Glen street 
Murdoch, William, 89 High street 
Murray, A., 2 Garthland street 
M' Arthur, Colin, 21 Wallace street 
M' Arthur, Edward, 20 Broomlands 
M' Arthur, James, 7 Love street 
M'Barron, Alice, 150 George street 
M'Cartney, Hamilton, 15 Thread street 
M'Cartney, James, 3 Love street 
M^Cracken, Thomas, 17 Gau;^e street 
M'Cormick, Edward, 28 Back Sneddon 
M'Cann, Patrick, Sun Inn, 1 Bladda 
fM'Donald, Alexander, 11 Canal street 
M'Donald, Duncan, 12 Old Sneddon 
M'Ewan, Alexander, 6 New Sneddon 
tMacfarlane & Co., 29 Lady lane and 10 Well street 
M'Farlane, Robert, Newtown Hotel, 9 Gauze street 
M'Gee, Robert, 19 Lawn street 
M'Ghee, Peter, 35 Moss street 
M'Ghie, John, 13 Abbey street 
Macgregor, Mrs Hugh, 18 Seedhill 
M'Houl, Andrew, 9 Orchard street 
M'Hutchison, Alexander, 51 George street 
M'Indoe, William, Terrace Tavern, Terrace buildings 
tM'Kean, James, 63 Causeyside 
M'Kcan, J., 75 Broomlands 



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M'Kean, J., 15 St. Mirren street 
M'Kenzie, Mrs, 86 New Sneddon 
M'Kenzie, John, 3 St. Mirren street 
M'Lachlan, John, 39 Stock street 
M'Lachlan, John, 5 Moncrieff street 
Maclachlan, Thomas, 40 New street 
M'Laren, James, 2 St. Mirren street 
M'Lerie, George, 7 High street (Cross) 
M'Millan, James, 16 Causeyside 
McMillan, Mrs Catherine, 29 Causeyside 
M'Nally, Mrs John, 6 Wallace Street 
M'Naught, John, 16 Gauze street 
M'Neil, William, 19 Wellmeadow 
M' Walter, Mrs William, 19 Maxwellton street 
M'Williams, Denis, 43 New street 
Ness, John, 1 Bridge street 
Nicol, John, 6 George street 
Ogg, John, 36 Ferguslie 
Orr, Mrs Andrew, 13 High street 
Park, William C, 10 George street 
Paterson, Mrs Hugh, 48 High street 
Paterson, Robert, 100 George street 
Paton, Mrs Elizabeth, 88 Canal street 
Paton, William, 4 Old Sneddon 
Paton, William, 12 High street 
Reid, William, 72 Broomlands 
Robertson, Peter, 2 Orchard str^t 
Robertson, William, 5 Carriagehill 
Rodger, Robert, 14 St Mirren street 
Shankley, Robert, 84 Causeyside 
Scollan, Thomas, 38 Moss street 
Shearer, Jane, 71 Broomlands 
Smith, Mrs David, 5 Abbey close 
Sproul, Alexander, 6 Union street, Charleston 
Steel, William, 12 Saucel 
Stevenson, Robert, 6 Cotton street 
Stevenson, Thomas, 8 Gauze street 
fStirling, John, 5 Old Smithhills 
Stirling, Robert, 2 Wellmeadow 
Stirling, Thomas, 1 Garthland street 
Q 



182 PAISLEY. 

Swainie, Thomas, Millarston Inn 

Taylor, Mrs Thomas, Moss-side, Greenock road 

Templeton, Mrs William, 13 Canal street 

Thompson, Mrs, 30 Fergiislie 

Thomson, Mrs Archibald, County Hotel, County 

place 
Thomson, Kobert, 5 Williamsburgh 
Thomson, Robert, 10 Storie street 
Thomson, William, 45 Broomlands 
Waddell, Mrs, 60 Causeyside 
Walker, Hugh, 16 Broomlands 
Walker, Mrs, 9 North Croft 
Weir, James, 63 Broomlands 
Whammond, James, 4 Caledonia street 
Wliyte, Robert, 1 1 St. James place 
Woodrow, John, 9 Williamsburgh 
Wright, John, 36 Storie street 
Wylie, Patrick, 18 High street 
Wylie, R. S., 71 Love street 
Wylie, Robert, 16 Lawn street 
Young, Alexander, 1 Saucel 
Young, Alexander, 20 Williamsburgh 
Young, John, 95 Causeyside 
Young, Mrs, 5 Broomlands 



"Weed Merchants. 

Allison, William, Victoria Saw Mills, 23 Love street 
Armstrong & M'Nair, 2 and 3 Prussia street 
Blackwood, Matthew, 67 Love street 
Browning, Alexander, 21, 22, and 23 Orchard street 
Bryce, James, & Sons, 13 and 14 Hunter street 
Clark & TurnbuU, 12 Wallneuk 
Ker, John, 29 Causeyside 
M' Queen, Thomas, 4 West Buchanan street 
Stewart, James, & Son, 20 New Sneddon 
Wallace, William, 27 Broomlands 
Young, John, & Co., Burgh Saw Mills, Caledonia 
street 



183 



"Wood Turners. 

Barr, John, 10 Well street 

Barr & Reid, 61 and 62 Canal street 

Crawford, James, & Son, Thistle Works, 8 Bridge st. 

Gibb, Archibald, 12 West Campbell street 

Lockhart, John, 55 George street 

M'Innes, John, William street 

Osborne, James, 20 Lawn street 

Simpson, John, & Son, 32 High street 

"Wrights and Joiners. 

Alexander, J. & W., Barterholm Roadhead 

Anderson, J. & E., 6 New street 

Armstrong & M'Nair, 2 and 3 Prussia street 

Auld, John P., 81 Causeyside 

Barr, James, 79 High street 

Blackwood, Matthew, 67 Love street 

Browning, Alexander, 21, 22, and 23 Orchard street 

Browning, John, 3 Mill street 

Bryce, James, 11 North Croft 

Bryce, James, & Sons, 13 and 14 Hunter street 

Caldwell, Hugh, 7 Duke street, Dovesland 

Clark, John, 13 Stevenson street 

Clark & Turnbull, 12 Wallneuk 

Dick, John, 131 George street 

Gardner, James, 2 Inkle street 

Gibb, Samuel, 93 High street 

Goldie, James, 11 Inkle street 

Gordon, George, 7 New street 

Hardie, George, 13 Williamsburgh 

Houston, Alexander T., 5 Maxwellton street 

Hunter, James, 32 and 34 High street 

Keith, John, & Son, 101 Causeyside 

Ker, John, 29 Causeyside 

Kerr, Charles, 20 Queen street 

Kerr, Gavin, 30 Orchard street 

Kilpatrick, John, 17 Abbey street 



184 



Kirk, James, 21 New Sraithliills 

Kirk, John, 27 Wellmeadow 

Lee, Robert, 89 George street 

Leitch, John, 49 Moss street, and Abercorn Saw Mills, 

1 Abercorn street 
Menzie, Peter, 15 San dholes 
MacKintosh, Alexander, 12 Newton street 
M'Dougall, Alexander, 1 Ferguslie 
M'Gibbon, Robert, 40 Lady lane 
M'Innes, John, William street 
M'Queen, Thomas, 4 West Buchanan street 
Neilson, Thomas, 3 West brae 
Osborne, James, 20 Lawn street 
Paton, John, 22 Glen street 
Robb, Thomas, 12 St. James street 
Stewart, James, & Son, 20 New Sneddon 
Vallance, Alexander, 17 Moss street 
Vance, William, & Son, 20 Old Smithhills 
Wallace, William, 27 Broomlands 
Whyte, William, 33 Wellmeadow 
Wilkie, James, 1 and 2 Hunter street 
Woodrow, A. T., 9 Churchhill 

"Writers. 
Bartlemore, John, County buildings (north end) 
Caldwell, James, 33 Old Sneddon 
Campbell & Russell, 7 High street (Cross) 
Campbell, Thomas, County buildings (north end) 
Crawford, John, 24 Abbey street 
Dunn, Jas. H., County place 
Gardner, A. k J. N., 3 County place 
Hart, George, Burgh Fiscal, 5 County place 
Hodge, Young, & Martin, County buildings 
Kirkwood, Allan, 5 Moss street 
MacFarlan, Daniel, County Fiscal, 5 County place 
M'Innes & Macfarlane, 2 Lawn street 
MacRobert, Thomas, County buildings (north end) 
Millar, Walker, & Millar, 8 Gilmour street 
Reid & Henderson, 3 County place 
Semple, David, 16 Gilmour street 



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185 



Yarn and Sills Merchants. 

Barr, Archibald, 109 Causeyside 

Brown, Hugh, 15 Causeyside 

Brown, William, jun., & Co., 108 Causeyside 

Cochran, Robert, 15 Causeyside 

Gilmour, Thomas, k Co., 107 Causeyside 

Greenlees, Thomas, & Co., 13 Causeyside 

Macgregor, Patrick, 8 Causeyside 

Millar, James, & Son, 106 Causeyside 

Philips, William, & Co., 6 Forbes place 

Pollock, James, & Co., 5 Causeyside 

Russell, Robert, 11 St. James place 

Symington, J. M., Causeyside court, 15 Causeyside 

Younger, George, & Co., 16 Causeyside 

Watson, Thomas, 34 Causeyside 

Wotherspoon, J. B., 15 Causeyside 




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TABLE OF DISTANCES 

FROM THE 

CROSS OF PAISLEY, TO DIFFERENT PLACES 
IN THE COUNTY. 



Abereorn Buildings, 22 Gauze street — John Snodgrass, proprietor 

Abbey Kirk, 16 cSmithhills 

Abbey Manse, 7 Garthland street — Eev. J. C. Lees ... 

Abbot's Meikle Inch , 

Adelphi Mill Place — Johnstone ... 
Arden Lime Kilns — Darnley 

Arthurlie — James Dunlop of Arthurlie 

Arthurlie Bleachfield — Matthew Blackwood & Sons ... 
Arthurlie House — Barrhead 

Arthurlie Inn 

Auchentorlie — Alexander Cattanach 

Auldhouse Bleachfield 

Auldhouse cotton works and steam loom factory 

Bankhouse — Mr William Shanks ... 

Banktop — Mr George Crawford, horse dealer ... 

Banktop Works— Thomas Shanks & Co. 

Barbush — Mr William Gray 

Bargarren 

Barr — General Macdowall of Garthland ... 

Barshaw — Mr James Arthur 

Barshaw Park ... ... ... ... 

Barskivan — Mr James Weir 

Barrhead — United Presbyterian Church (gate of) 

Beecham Place — Mrs William Martin, approach, 42 Love St. 

Blackball Farm 

Biythswood Bouse— Archibald Campbell of Blythswood 

Brabloch— Mr William Holms 

Bridge of Ellistoun— road to Beith 

Bridge of Weir (Cross) Wheat Sheaf Inn 

Bridge of Weir Church (gate of) 

Broadly Flax Mill— A. Beverley & Co 

Broomland street (head of West street) Old Deer Inn ... 
Broomland street (No. 41) head of Ferguslie East lane 
Broomward House (Bridge of Weir) 

Brown's Field — John Shaw, farmer 

Burnbrae — Thomas Speir of Burnbrae 

Calderhaugh Mill 

Calder Park Mills, Loehwinnoch 

Calside (head of Stock street) 

Camphill— Captain Wallach 

Canal Store, Johnstone 



m. 


f.p. 





2 4 





1 14 





3 39 


1 


5 8 


4 


19 


5 


1 16 


3 


6 'lO 


4 


1 12 


4 


3 29 


3 


7 22 





7 29 


6 


2 22 


6 


1 30 


3 


5 11 


3 


5 37 


3 


6 1 


3 


6 24 


5 


5 


10 


1 31 


1 


4 10 


1 


32 


1 


6 36 


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4 


3 


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5 12 


6 


4 13 


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33 


6 


6 25 


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3 16 





5 31 





7 11 


7 


3 


2 


5 


3 


6 1 


9 


7 13 


9 


7 29 





6 28 





6 8 


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3 16 



TABLE OF DISTAXCES. 



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Canal Store, Paisley ... 

Canal Bank — Mr James Barclay 

Canal Bank— Misses Macfarlane 

Carlebar 

Carruth— Mr Henry Macdowall 

Cartside Mill — Maclaren & M'Lean 

Castlehead ... 

Causeyside (foot of New street) 

Causeyside, head of (No. 59) ... 

Chappel Bleachfield 

Chappel House— J. G. Barnes Graham, of Craigallion 
Chappel Works 

Cochran Place — road from Paisley t© Howwood 

Colinslee — Brown & Poison 

Cowglen Coal Works 

Cowglen 

Crofthead 

CroftheadMiIl—R.& J. F. Alexander & Co 

Crofthead Bleachfield, near Neilston— John Robertson & Co. 
County and Burgh Assessor's office, 1 Cotton street ... 

Cross Arthurlie 

Cross Arthurlie Printfield ... 

Crossfiat — William Philips .. 

Crosslee House — Mr William Stevenson 

Crosslee Mills — William Stevenson & Son 

Crosslee Toll Bar 



<n. 


/• P- 





4 6 





4 36 





6 5 


4 


2 7 


8 


7 15 


4 


4 36 





7 8 





1 23 





4 


3 


7 12 


3 


7 22 


3 


7 9 


4 


5 2 


1 


1 17 


5 


12 


4 


7 2 


5 


7 25 


5 


7 


6 


28 





1 30 


3 


6 3 


3 


7 21 





4 35 


6 


12 


5 


7 10 


5 


6 18 



Darnley House, the ancient residence of Lord Darnley (in ruins) 4 2 15 

Dunterlee Cottage 3 6 3 

Dunterlee (Barrhead) 3 5 37 

Elderslie House, Renfrew 

Blderslie Cottage — Mrs Duncan Gillies 

Elderslie Cross — itlderslie Inn 

Elderslie Mill 

Elderslie Old House (the birth-place of Sir William Wallace) 
Eastwood Kirk 

Fairhill — Archibald Hutchison 

Fereneze Calico Printfield— T. Boyd & Co 

Fereneze Cotton Mill 

Fergusly — Major FuUerton (near this is the site of Pergusly 
Castle) ... 

Ferguslie Hill (Paisley) ... 

Ferguslie House — Mr Thom.is Coats 

Floors Mill— Mr Henry Macdowall 

Gallowhill House — Mrs Peter Kerr 

Garthland place— (No. 4) 

Gas Work, Johnstone — Mr Robert Blair, manager 
Gateside (Renfrew road) — Mr Archibald Craig, engineer 
Gateside Mill Printwork (by Chappell)— Macfarlane, Ligat, & 
Craig 



3 


2 32 


2 


5 12 


2 


2 19 


2 


4 36 


2 


5 16 


6 


3 2 





7 9 


3 


5 18 


4 


3 24 


1 


2 36 


1 


2 7 


1 


36 


3 


6 31 


1 


2 





3 8 


3 


6 32 





6 15 



4 5 23 



188 TABLE OF DISTANCES. 



Glanderstone Bleachfield — south of Barrhead ... 
Glentyan House— Captain James Stirling, R.N. 
Grahamstone Cross— Barrhead Railway Station 
Greenbank Fancy Dyeworks — Pollokshawa 

Greenhill House— Dr. M'Kechnie 

Greenhill— Mr A. R. Pollock 

Greenlaw House — Mr John Morgan 

Gryfe Bank House— (Bridge of Weir) 

Gryfe Grove Mill— (Bridge of Weir) 

Gryfe Mills— George Freeland & Co. ..* 

Hagg Mill — James Huie & Co 

Haugh— Hurlet road, leading to Pollokshaws 

Hawkhead House — Right Honourable Earl of Glasgow 
Hawkhead Corn, Flour, and Barley Mills — Mr Thomas Glen 

High Street (head of Lady lane) 

Houston Cross (by Johnstone and Crosslee) 
Houston Free Church — Rev. Alexander Findlay 

Houston Parish Church — Rev. A. M'Laren 

Houston Parish Manse 

Houston Bleachfield 

Househill House (road from Hurlet to Pollokshaws) ... 

Howwood — Buck's Head Inn 

Hurlet — (Cross Roads) — Archibald Renfrew, blacksmith 

Hurlet Alum Works — Hurlet and Campsie Alum Co. ... 

Hurlet Alum and Copperas Works — Messrs J. Wilson & Sons 

Inchinnan Bridge ... 

Inchinnan Kirk 

Inchinnan Manse — Rev. Dr. Glllan, D.D. 

Johnstone Castle 

Johnstone Cross (near Black Bull Head Inn) ... 
Johnstone Flax Mill— Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co. 
Johnstone Mill — William Paton ... 

Kilbarchan (Cross) ... 

Kilbarchan Parish Kirk 

Kilbarchan Parish Manse — Rev. Mr Graham 

Kilbarchan United Presbyterian Manse — Rev. Mr Allison 

Kilnside House — Mr Joseph Whitehead 

Kirktonfield 

Langside— memorable for the defeat of Queen Mary's Troops 
13th May, 1568 

Levern Bank Inn 

Levern Mill , 

Linclive — Mr Alexander Gardner , 

Linside 

Linwood Cotton Works — Linwood Company 

Locher Bank ... ... ... ... 

Lochwinnoch Cross (Black Bull Inn), 

Lochwinnoch Parish Kirk , 



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2 35 


.. 6 


25 


.. 3 


3 38 


... 6 


1 32 


,.. 


5 18 


.. 


5 6 


,.. 


5 12 


,.. 7 


19 


.. 7 


2 27 


,.. 7 


3 19 


.. 4 


2 6 


.. 4 


1 29 


... 2 


1 2 


... 1 


7 2 


... 


2 35 


,.. 6 


7 5 


... 6 


6 26 


... 7 


29 


... 6 


3 38 


... 7 


1 23 


,.. 3 


7 18 


... .5 


6 32 


.. 3 


32 


.. 3 


1 30 


ns 3 


1 26 


... 2 


5 20 


... 2 


7 15 


... 2 


7 2 


... 3 


5 8 


... 3 


5 34 


... 3 


6 33 


... 3 


6 27 


... 5 


4 30 


... 5 


5 6 


... 6 


2 26 


... 5 


6 30 


... 


4 31 


... 5 


3 2 


»s, 
... 7 


2 20 


... 5 


4 3 


... 4 


4 20 


... 2 


4 15 


... 


5 


... 3 


3 10 


... 6 


11 


... 9 


6 I 


... 9 


5 25 



TABLE OF DISTANCES. 



189 



Lochwinnoch Parish Manse— Rev. William Graham 

Lochwinnoch Roadhead Inn — Mrs Law 

Lochwinnoch United Presbyterian Church 

Lochwinnoch United Presbyterian Manse— Rev. James Mon- 

teitb 

Love street (No. 50) 

Lyiesland — late Mr Robert Orr's residence 

Marchfield — Mrs James Forbes 

Maxwellton House— Mr "William Wotherspoon 

Maxwellton street (Horse Shoe) — near this spot several persons 

condemned for withcraft were burned in 1697 

Maxwellton (No. 1) 

Merksworth Cottage, Inchinnan road 

Midtonfield— John M'Nab & Co 

Millbank — Mr Bartholomew 

Millarston (Bridge)- Candren Burn 

Milliken— Sir R. J. M. Napier of Milliken and Napier, Bart. ... 

Moss street, foot of (opposite head of Old Sneddon) 

Mount Pleasant (Johnstone)— Mr William Malloch 

Mount Pleasant (Paisley) — Rev. George C. Hutton 

Neilston Cross (opposite Parish Church Gate) 

Neilston Parish Manse— Rev. Mr Aird ... _ 

Nethercommon — Mr Archibald Gardner, writer 

Netherfield— Mr Robert Walker 

Nether Kirkton 

Newfield — John Eraser, of Newfield 

New Mill (Bridge of Weir) 

New Mill (Johnstone) 

Newton of Beltrees ... ... ... ... ... 

Nitshill Alum and Copperas Works — Messrs J. Wilson & Sons 
Nitshill (Cross) 

Old Mill (Bridge of Weir)— in ruina 

Old Mill (Johnstone) 

Old Paisley Bakers' Mill, Camphill (Canal street) 

Paisley Barracks 

Paisley Prison, County Buildings— Robert Bird, governor ... 
Paisley East Toll Bar 

Paisley Gas Work — George Hislop, engineer and manager ... 
Paisley Union Bank Buildings, 1 Gauze Street — R. Campbell 
Paisley West Toll Bar (head of Linwood road) 

Peockland House (Johnstone) 

Peockland Mills (Johnstone) 

Polloc— Sir William Stirling Maxwell of Polloc, Bart. 
PoUokshaws (Cross) 



Quarrellton ... 

Ralston House- 
Renfrew Cross 



-Thomas Richardson of Ralston 



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10 


2 39 


8 


4 24 


9 


1 17 


9 


5 4 





3 12 





7 


1 


6 





7 8 





6 





7 35 


1 


1 19 


5 


5 28 


10 


7 3 


1 


4 5 


4 


4 1 





1 18 


3 


7 2 





6 18 


5 


2 28 


5 


5 34 





6 26 


4 


2 11 


5 


25 


4 


1 21 


7 


34 


3 


5 36 


8 


37 


3 


7 32 


3 


5 6 


7 


29 


3 


6 32 





5 28 





5 17 





1 4 





7 27 





7 28 





1 15 


1 


5 10 


3 


3 26 


3 


3 7 


5 


7 10 


6 


4 


3 


5 8 


1 


6 U 


2 


7 1 



190 TABLE OF DISTANCES. 



Renfrew Ferry 

Rosebank Cottage, Johnstone 

Saint Fillan's Catholic Church, Houston 

Saint John the Evangelist's Church, Barrhead 

Sandyford (West)— Mr George Caldwell (Teetotal Tower) 

Saucel Bank House 

Sacell Brewery 

Shaw Mill 

Shortroods 

South Arthurlie Printfield— Z. Heys & Son 

Springbank Field — near Neilston 

Springfield 

Springfield House ... ... 

Springbill — Mr Henry Heys 

St. James' place — Dr. Taylor 

St. James' street (No. 20) head of Caledonia street 

Storie street (No. 32) foot of 

Stow place 

Thornhill House — Mr Thomas Glen 

Thorn 

Thornliebank House — Mrs Walter Crum 

Thornliebank New Field — Walker Crum & Co 

Thornliebank Printfield & Mill— do 

Three Mile House — Mr James Russell, architect 

Trees — James M'Culloch of Trees 

Underwood Cottage — Mr James J. Lamb, architect and surveyor 3 16 
Underwood Power-loom Weaving Factory — Mr R. Kerr ... 4 2 
Upper Greenbank, Pollokshaws 6 3 6 

View Bank (Calside) 7 9 

Wellmeadow — Doctor Cochran (No. XXI.) 

West Arthurlie Bleachfield — James Cunningham & Sons 

West Hurlet House 

Woodfoot (Houston parish) 

Woodside (once the seat of a Roman camp) — Sir Peter Coats 
Woodside (Kilbarchan) — John Smith 



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3 


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4 18 


6 


6 


4 


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6 6 





3 26 


6 


2 9 





6 25 


3 


7 28 


5 


6 17 


4 


4 1 


4 


3 8 


4 


1 33 





1 23 





3 





3 26 





4 


3 


26 


3 





5 


6 21 


5 


5 1 


5 


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7 10 


6 


31 





6 14 


5 


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Having every Facility in our Large Premises at 

10 BiaH STIIEET, 

(ENTKANCE—GROUND FLAT), 



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APPENDIX 

TO 

D^ATSOIT'S FAZSLE7 DIBECTOBY. 



1S70-71- 



Ma^strates and To-^;73i Council of Paisley ; 

"Water and Police Commissioners ; 

Boad, Surgrh, and Cart ITavigration Trustees ; 

Committees, &o., See, 

1870. 
Magistrates. 
David Murray Esq., ProToat. 
Eichard "Watson, "] 

A. H. Park, I ^ . ,,.,•- 

John Fislier, \ Esquires, BaUies. 

Eobert Oocliran, J 

William Russell, Esq., Treasurer. 
Councillors. 

Messrs Robert Eaglesim, 



Messrs Robert Cowan, 

"William Morrison, 
George Masson, 
"William Jamieson 
John Ker, 



David Campbell, 
"William MacKean, 
Matthew Scott, 
James M'Lachlan. 



Mr "William Hodge, Town Clerk. 

Mr James Adam, Town Chamberlain. 

Mr George Hart, Burgh Fiscal. 

Mr Eobert Sharp, Inspector of Works. 



Court of Lyners. 

The Treasurer (^Convener), 

Messrs William Jamieson, Eobert Cowan, and James M^Lachlan. 

Four a quorum. 



Account Committee. 

The Treasurer (Convener'), 

Messrs David Campbell, William Morrison, George MaSson, Eobert 

Cowan, and Matthew Scott. 

Four a quorum. 

R 



194 APPENDIX. 



Educational Committee. 

The Provost (Convener'). 

Messrs David Campbell, Matthew Scott, William JamieBon, Eobert 

Eaglesim, and William Morrison. 

Four a quorum. 



Property Committee. 

The Treasurer {Convener")^ 

Messrs John Ker, William Jamieson, David Campbell, and Eobert 

Cowan. 

Four a quorum. 



Road Trust., Quarry ., and Account Committee. 

The Treasurer (Convener)., 

Messrs Robert Cowan, John Ker, William Jamieson, James M'Lachlan, 

and William MacKean. 

Five a quorum. 



Water Trust Committee. 

The Provost (Convener')., 

The Treasurer (Suh. Con.)., Messrs David Campbell, William Morrison, 

George Masson, Robert Eaglesim, Matthew Scott, and William 

Jamieson. 

Five a quorum. 



To Represent Council in carrying out Court Bouses (Scotland) Act. 
Bailies Watson, Park, Fisher, and Mr David Campbell. 



Parochial Board. 

Elected in February. 

Messrs David Murray, A. H. Park, John Fisher, and Robert 

Cochran. 



Magistrates and Town Treasurer Ex-Officiis Members of all 
Committees. 



Visitors of Paisley Prison. 
Bailies Watson, Park, and Cochran. 



Members of Prison Board, 

Elected in April. 

Treasurer Russell, Messrs David Murray, David Campbell, Richard 

Watson, and Matthew Scott. 



Gas Light Commissioners. 

Bailie Watson, Messrs George Masson, Matthew Scottj and Eobert 

Eaglesim. 



APPENDIX. 195 



Second Tuesday in June for Perambulating the Burgh Marches. 

General Court for Granting Certificates for the Sale of Exciseable 

Liquors, Second Tuesday of April and Third Tuesday of October. 

Valuation Appeal Court, in September. 

Charities voted in January. 

Auditors of Eiver Cart Accounts Elected in November. 

Burgh Trustees- 
Five a quorum. 
Meet First Thursday of each Month, at Seven o'Clock p.m. 
Apjjointed by Creditors. 
Provost Murray, Messrs Matthew Scott, Archibald Gardner, Robert 
Clark, John M'Gown, "William Abercrombie, Archibald Craig, and 
David Semple. 



Appointed by Town Council. 
Treasurer Eussell, Messrs David Campbell, William Morrison. 



Property Committee. 

Mr Mattliew Scott {Convener").! 

Treasurer Eussell, Messrs William Abercrombie, Archibald Craig, 

David Semple, Eobert Clark, and William Morrison. 

Three a quorum. 



Non-Entry Committee. 

Provost Murray (^Convener),. 

Messrs William Abercrombie, Archibald Gardner, David Campbell, 

David Semple, Robert Clark, and William Russell. 

Open to all Members of the Trust. 

Three a quorum. 



Account Committee. 

Mr William Abercrombie {Convener"), 

Treasurer Russell, Messrs Matthew Scott, David Campbell, Archibald 

Craig, Archibald Gardner, and John M'Gown. 

Three a quorum. 

To meet at least quarterly. 

Statutory Meeting of Creditors on the Second Tuesday of November 

of each year, at Twelve o'Clock Noon. 

Stated Meetings of Trustees on the Third Tuesday of June and 

November in each year, at Twelve o'Clock Noon. 

Cart Navigation Trustees. 

Seven a quorum. 

Meet first Wednesday of each Month, at Seven o'Clock p.m. 

Trustees under Act of Parliament. 

Provost Murray, Messrs Matthew Scott, William Abercrombie,, Thomas 

Reid, John Cars well, William Russell, Joseph Bow, John 

Andrews,, and. John M'Gown. 



196 APPENDIX. 



Appointed by Town Council. 

Bailie Cochran, Messrs George Masson, David Campbell, and 

John Ker. 



Account Committee. 

Mr Matthew Scott (Convener'), 

Provost Murray, Treasurer Eussell, Messrs William Abercrombie, 

John Carswell, John Ker, and John M'Gown. 

Two a quorum. 



Wwks Committee. 
Mr Thomas Reid (Convener), 
Bailie Cochran, Treasurer Eussell, Messrs George Masson, Matthew- 
Scott, David Campbell, John Ker, John Carswell, Joseph Bow, 
and John Andrews. 
Three a quorum. 
The Accounts of the Trust require to be Audited, by the Commis- 
sioners appointed for that purpose, on the first Tuesday of December 
yearly. The Meeting advertised Eight Days previously. 



Commissioners of Police, 

The Town Council. 

Under " The General Police and Improvement (Scotland) Act, 1862." 

Six a quorum. 



STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Paving., New Buildings, and Street Improvements. 

The Provost, Bailies, and Burgh Treasurer, ex-officiis. 

The Burgh Treasurer (Convener), 

Messrs William MacKean (Sub-Conv.), Kobert Cowan, William Jamieson, 

William Morrison, John Ker,. and James M'Lachlan, 

Four a quorum. 



Lighting, Cleansing, Wutching and Fire Engine, and Sanitari/i. 

The Provost, Bailies, and Burgh Treasurer, ex-ofSciis. 

Mr Eobert Eaglesim (Convener), 

Messrs John Ker (Sub-Conv.), David Campbell, Matthew Scott,, and 

George Masson. 

Four a quorum. 



Financs and Assessment. 

The Provost, Bailies, and Burgh Treasurer, ex-officiis. 

The Burgh Treasurer (Convener), 

Messrs George Masson (Sub-Conv.), David Campbell, Matthew S;cott» 

William Morrison, and Eobert Co.wan. 

Four a quorum. 



APPENDIX. 197 



Messrs Andrew Millar, Thomas Walker, and Andrew Millar, Jun,, 

Joint Clerks to the Comnaissioners. 

Mr Daniel Kichmond, M.D., Surgeon and Medical Officer. 

Mr George Ingram, Superintendent, Surveyor of Paving and Inspector 

of Lighting and Common Lodging Houses. 

Mr William Eonald, Sanitary Inspector,. Inspector of Cleansing and 

Surveyor of Drainage. 



An Ordinary Meeting of the Commissioners to be held on the Second 
Monday of every Month, at Seven o'Clock p.m. ; and an Audited 
Account of Eeceipts and Expenditure for the Year ending 16th May, 
to be laid before the Ordinary Meeting in July, yearly. 



The Bates of Police Assessment at present are — 
Por Lands or Premises rented or valued imder £2, ... 6^d. per £ 
For Do. Do. at £3 and under £5, 9fd. per £ 

P-or Do.. Do. at £o and Upwards, Is. Id. per £ 

Street Improvement Assessment, ^d. on Landlord, and |d. on Tenant. 



When the Fractional part of a Pound of the Assessable yearly rent 
or value of Lands or Premises does not amount to 10s, it is not 
Assessed at all;. and when such Fractional part amounts to or exceeds 
1,0s., it is Assessed as £1. 

The following Lands or Premises are Assessedon one-fourth of their 
annual value entered in the Valuation Poll, viz. : — 

1. All Lands and Premises used exclusively as a Canal or Basin of 
a Canal, or Towing path for the same, or as a Bailway constructed 
under the powers of any Act of Parliament for Public Conveyance, 
excepting the Stations, Depots, and Buildings, which are Assessable 
to the same extent as other Lands and Premises within the Police 
Bounds. 

2. All the under-ground Gas and Water Pipes, or uuder-ground 
Works of any Gas or Water Company. 

3. All Woodland, Arable, Meadow, or Pasture Ground, or other 
Ground used for Agricultural purposes. 

PABLIAMENTARY BOUNDARIES. 

1st Ward — All within a line drawn as follows, viz., from the Moss- 
toll on the Greenock road, along the centre of the Greenock road 
southward to a point opposite to the centre of the north road of the 
Race Conrse leading westward from the Greenock Road, thence along 
the centre of that road to the centre of the road that intersects the 
Race Course road, thence southward along the centre of that inter- 
secting road and the road in a line therewith, passing West March 
to the centre of the Greenhill road, thence westward along that road, 
to a point opposite to the centre of the north end of Lonewells street 
thence southward along the centre of that street to a point in the 
eentre of Wellmeadow street, thence westward along the centre of, 
that street to a point opposite to the centre of the North end off 
R, 2. 



198 



APPENDIX. 



Castle street, thence southward along the centre of that street to 
the south end thereof, thence southward along the centre of Ralstoa 
square to the north end of the street or avenue leading to Castlehead, 
thence southward along the centre of that avenue to a point oppo- 
site to the north-east corner of the mansion-house of Castlehead, 
thence to the north-east corner of said mansion-house, thence in a 
direct line southward to the point where the Parliamentary line 
intersects the Espedair Burn near Haircraigs, thence along the 
Parliamentary boundary westward, northward, and eastward to the 
point first described. 
2d Ward — All within a line drawn from a point in Greenhill road 
opposite to the centre of the north end of Lonewells street, along the 
middle of the Greenhill road, Underwood street, and St. James 
street, to a point opposite to the centre of the street called Stoney 
brae, thence by the centre of Stoney brae till it joins Oakshaw street, 
thence along the centre of the road leading round the High Church 
wall to the Churchhill, thence along the centre of Churchhill to 
New street, thence along the centre of New street to a point opposite 
the centre of Shuttle street, thence along the centre of that street to 
George's place, by the west and south of George's Church, to a point 
in George street opposite the north end of Wardrop street, thence 
along the centre of that street to Canal street, thence along the 
centre of that street to a point opposite to the centre of the road 
leading to Canal Basin, thence along the centre of that road to 
the Canal, thence along the centre of the Canal westward to the east 
boundary of the First Ward, thence northward along the said boun- 
dary to the point first described. 

3d Ward — All within a line drawn from the point where the Burn 
called St. Mirren's Burn enters the River Cart, up the centre of the 
River Cart until it reaches the extremity of the Parliamentary'' boun- 
dary of the Burgh at or near the junction of the Hawkhead Lade 
with the River Cart, thence along the Parliamentary line until .it 
reaches the intersection of the Espedair Burn at or near Haircraigs, 
thence along the east boundary of Ward 1st till it reaches the Cana), 
thence along the centre of the Canal till it reaches the street leading 
from Canal street to the Canal Basin, thence along that street till it 
reaches Canal street, thence eastward along Canal street to the 
bottom of Wardrop street, thence along Wardrop street to a point in 
George street at the north end of Wardrop street, thence by the 
south and west sides of George's Church to a point at the north end 
of the church opposite the south end of Shuttle street, thence along 
Shuttle street to the centre of New street, thence by the centre of 
New street till it reaches the centre of Causeyside, and from thence 
down Causeyside until it reaches the said burn called St. Mirren's 
Burn, and thence along the burn to the point first described. 

4th Ward — All within the Parliamentary boundary to the west of the 
centre of the River Cart, which is not included in any of the preced- 
ing wards. 

5th Ward — All within the Parliamentay boundary of the Burgh situ- 
ated on the east of the centre of the River Cart. 



APPENDIX. 199 



To-wn Dues. 

Leviable by the Collector at the Custom Booth, Meal Market, and 

Fairs, on goods brought to town for sale. 

Authorised by Crown Charter of 1488. 

Public Weigh House, 32 High street. 

James Adam, Town Chamberlain, collector. 

Under authority of the Magistrates and Town CouncU. 

Those articles within parenthesis to be weighed by the custom-men, 
if required. 

(Any quantity of salt butter below a stone, each stone of fish), 
each cheese below 16 lb., each cog or kit of butter, without 
the milk, each draught of milk, with or without butter, ... O^d 

Each stone of cheese ; each barrel of herring, ... ... O^d 

(Each stone of butter) ; each horse-load of fruit or potatoes, 
each gardener's stand in the Green market, or other stand 
of merchandise ; each ditto at public fairs ; each load^of kail 
plants; each horse, mare, gelding, colt, or cow coming to the 
mai-ket at fairs, payable by the exposer, ... ... ... Id 

Payable by the buyer when bought, ... ... ... ... Id 

Each load of sheaf lint or hemp, each packet of wool ; each 
single cart of potatoes ; each load of meal, beans, peas, or 
barley,... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 2d 

Each load of meal brought into town for family use, ... ... 2d 

Each double cart of potatoes, ... ... ... ... ... 3d 

Each single cart of fruit, ... ... ... ... ... 4d 

Each single cart of salt ; each hogshead of flax seed, ... 6d 



EGGS. 



Six Dozen, and all below 1 egg 

From 7 to 12 doz. inclus. 2 eggs 

,, 13 to 18 „ „ 3 ,, 

„ 19 to 24 „ „ 4 „ 

„ 25 to 30 „ „ 6 „ 



From 31 to 36 doz. inclus. 6 eggs 
„ 37 to 40 „ „ 7 „ 
„ 41 to 45 „ „ 8 „ 
„ 46 to 50 „ „ 9 „ 
„ And so on in proportion. 



Resident Burgesses to pay one half the above. 



•WEIGHING CHARGES. 

Each bag of cotton above 1 cwt., ... ... ... ... 4d 

Each bag of cotton below 1 cwt., ... ... ... ... 2d 

Brass or copper, per stone, ... ... ... ... ... l^d 

Lint, hemp, or wool, per stone, ... ... ... ... id 

Lead, iron, tallow, butcher meat, soap, ashes, and other bleach- 
ing stuffs, per stone, Did 



200 APPENDIX. 



Talale of Tonnage Dues. 

Leviable 

On Goods, Wares, Mercliandise, Commodities, Cattle, Coals, and other 
things carried in or upon the river Cart, or navigable Cut or Canal or 
any parts thereof ; and of the duty on all Ships, Passage Boats, Barges, 
Lighters, Boatd, or other Craft, carrying any Passenger or Passengers 
upon the said River or Navigable Cut or Canal or any part thereof: — 

Each Ton of Grain, 4d 

Each Ton of measured Wood, ... ... ... ... .... lid 

Each Ton of Fire-Clay, Sand, Lime, and Bricks, ... ..., 4d- 

Each Ton of Stones, .... 2d 

Each Ton of Coals, 2d 

Each Ton of Slates, 8d 

Each Ton of Castings, 4d 

Each Ton of Pig Iron, ... 2d 

Each Empty Barrel, ... ... ... ... ... ... ^d 

Each Ton of all other Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Commodi- 
ties, Cattle, and other things, ... ... ... ... 6d 

For each and every time any Ship, Steamboat, Vessel, Barge, 
Lighter, Boat, or other Craft carrying any Passenger or 
Passengers, shall ply upon or navigate the river, or navig- 
able Cut or Canal, or any part thereof, wj9?car<is, per Ton,,... ^d 
And a Duty for each and every time such Ship, Steamboat, 
Vessel, Barge, Lighter, Boat, or other Craft shall ply upon 
or navigate the said River, or Cut or Canal, or any part 
thereof, cZo2pnwa?-c?s, of Per Ton, ... ... ... ... ^d 

And for any Vessel taking in her own machinery, after lying 
in the Eiver, at such places that may be fixed by the 
Trustees, more than Two months, a Duty per Ton of her 
Register, Weekly, of ... ... ... ... ... ... Id 

Luggage of Persons or Families going to bathing or other 

Quarters, to be Free. 
Passengei'S on Business to be allowed 28 lbs. weight of Lug- 
gage Free ; any surplus to be charged as other Goods. 

If the owners of goods or passage-boats, or their agent are not 
willing to pay the rates and duties contained in the above table, then 
it shall be competent for the collector to demand the maximum amount 
of the dues authorised to be levied by the Act of Parliament, passed 
17th June, 1835, entitled " An Act to amend an Act for improving 
the Navigation of the Eiver Cart, and for deepening and extending the 
harbour of Paisley, in the County of Renfrew." 

Fairs — Third Thursday of February and May, and second Thursday 
of August and November. Markets — Every Thursday. 
Fast Days— Fridays before first Sabbath in April and, October. 



APPENDIX. 



201 



Commissioners of Supply of the County of Slenfro-w. 

Qualified to act and vote as sicch. 
]870. 
Thomas Speir, Esq., of Blackstoun, Burnbrae House, Convener. 
His Grace the Duke of Abercorn 



of Cartsbridge, 
of Highholm, 
Broadley 



of 



John Craig, Broom, M earns 
The Eight Honourable George Archibald Crawford, Kilbarchan 

Frederick, Earl of Glasgow. ' ' -- - - — 

*The Right Honourable Charles 

Lord Blantyre 
Sir William Stirling Maxwell, 

Bart, of Folloc 
*Sir Robert John Milliken Napier, 

Bart., of Milliken and Napier' 
*Sir Michael Robert Shaw Stewart, 

Bart., of Greenock and Blackball 
James AlUson, of Malletsheugh, 

Mearns 
John G. Allison, 

Mearns 
James Anderson, 

Port-Glasgow 
William Anderson, 

Hurlet 
John F. Anstruther, Merchant, 

Port-Glasgow 
Matthew Algie, Langside, Crossmy- 

loof. 
John Allan, Billhead, Kilbirnie 
Robert Arthur, Gavilmoss, Loch- 

winnooh 
George Arbuckle, flesher, Greenock 
Matthew Arbuckle, flesher, 

Greenock 
*John Buchanan, of Glenlora, 

Lochwinnoch 
Robert Brodie, of Norvalstone, 

Lochwinnoch 
^WiUiam Cunningham Graham 

Bontine, of Ardoch, Dumbarton 
William Brown, of Plaintreeyett, 

M.D. Glasgow 
John Burnett, of Mileburn, Glasgow 
John Boyd, of Kirkhill, Mearns 
George Burns, residing at Wemyss 

House, Wemyss Bay 
*John Burns, of Castle Wemyss, 

Wemyss Bay 
John Bartlemors, of Bourtrees, 

writer, Paisley 
* Archibald Campbell Campbell, of 
Blythswood, Renfrew 



John Clark, of Kirkiand Park, 

Inverletli Row, Edinburgh 
James Cochrane, of Riversbank 
William Connell, of Nethertrees, 

Lochwinnoch 
Andrew Crawford, 2 Clyde Terrace, 

Glasgow 
David Cross, Eastbank, near 

Bishopton 
*Alex. Crum, of Thornliebank 
*Duncan Darroch, of Gourock, B.A. 
James Dunlop. of Arthurlie 
*Henry Barclay Dunlop, Yr., of 

Arthurlie 
Robert Douglas, feuar, Elderslie 
William John Easton, writer, Glas- 
gow, as factor for the Countess of 
Home 
Hugh Ferrier, of Clippens 
*liobert Freeland, of Gryfecaetle 
Andrew Fleming, Fulwood, Hous- 
ton 
*John G. Barnes Graham, of Kirk- 
hill and Craigallion, Barrhead. 
"Alexander Graham, of Capellie, 

Barrhead 
*Allan Gilmour, of Eaglesham 
*John Gordon, of Aitkenhead 
Robert Gillies, East Barnaigh, 

Lochwinnoch 
Thomas Watson Greig, of Muir- 

shields, Lochwinnoch 
*James 0. Lee Harvey, of Castle- 

semple 
*Heury Lee Harvey, Castlesemple, 

Lochwinnoch 
George Ludovic Houstoun, of John- 
stone 
John Howie, of Shawhill 
^Archibald Campbell Holms, of 

Sandyford 
*William Holms, of Brabloch 
*John Hamilton, of Greenbank 
James Dunlop Hamilton, of Roger» 
ton, writer, Glasgow 



202 



APPENDIX. 



William Charles Stewart Hamilton, 
of Craighlaw and Barrochan, re- 
siding at Craighlaw, Kirkcowan 
Andrew Hair, merchant, Port- 
Glasgow 
Robt. Howie, of Burnhouse, Mearns 
John Herbertson, of Crooks 
D.B. Johnson, Kaim, Lochwinuoeh 
James Foster King, Longhaugh, 

Bishopton 
Henry Lamond, Writer, Glasgow 
James Lowndes, of Arthurlie 
David Laidlaw, 14 Buchanan Street, 

Glasgow 
Robert Leckie, Pollokshaws 
John Laird, Norwood Villa, Pollok- 

shields 
*William Muir, of Caldwell 
*Day Hort Macdowall, of Garthland 
John Muir, late of Plantation 
Robert Macfie of Langhouse 
*Peter Murdoch of Laiigbank 
*Andrew Muirhead, of Meikle Cloak 
Thomas Muir, of Muirpark, York 

Terrace. Regent's Park, London 
*Henry MCall, of Daldowie 
*Robert M'Haffie, of Eastwood 
Duncan M'Donald, Parkhouse, 

Glasgow 
John M'Ewen, of Glenlora, Loch- 

winnoch 
Robert M'Quaker, feuar, Johnstone 
*Patrick Comyn Macgregor, of Bre- 

diland 
James MacGregor, St. Andrew's 

Villa, PoHokshields 
Robert Macfarlane, Bridge of Weir 
William Melvin, Ashton, Gourock 
John Stirling Napier, of Merchis- 

ton 
*Allan Pollok, of Falside 
John Patten, W.S., Edinburgh 
William Pollock, Titwood, Mearns 
William Paterson, Knockbartnock, 

Lochwinnoch 
*Robert William Coehrau Patrick, 

of Woodside 
John P. Patrick, ot Grangehill 
Thomas Porter, Feuar, Johnstone 
^Thomas Richardson, of Ralston 
David Richardson, of Hartfield 
Matthew Rodger, of Rossland, 
Bishopton 



"Thomas Dundas Speirs, of Kilallan 
Alexander Graham Speirs, of Cul- 

creuch 
*Thomas Speir, of Blackstoun 
"'Robert Thomas Napier Speir, of 

Culdees Castle 
Archibald Smith, of Jordanhill 
Admiral Sir Houston Stewart, R.N., 

and C.B. 
James Stirling, of Glentyan, R.N. 
Moses Steven, of Polmadie 
Archibald Sinclair, Deanside 
James Scott, of Kelly 
Samuel Henderson May Sommer- 

ville, of Broadfield 
John Steuart, writer and banker, 

Pollokshaws 
John Salmon, residing at Johnstone 

Castle, as factor for Geo. Ludovic 

Houstoun, of Johnstone 
Thomas Smith, Crosslees, by Thorn- 

liebaiik 
James Stevenson, of Auchenames 
William Stevenson, of Orosslee 
William Stevenson, of Robbshill 
William Stewart, 114 Argyle Street, 

Glasgow 
James Stewart, of Garvocks 
James Stewart, of Williamwood^' 
James Swan, of Wattieston 
P. Walker, PoHokshields 
*J. C. Wakefield, of Eastwood 

Park 
Arthur Watson, Overlee, Busby 
Alexander Wilson, Overtrees, Loch- 
winnoch 
John Wilson, of Hurlet 
George Wilson, of Hurlet, residing 

at West Hurlet 
James Wilson, Freeland House, 

Erskine, factor for the Right 

Honourable Charles,Lord Blantyre 
James Young, of Gallowhill, 

Paisley 
*The Sheriff of the County 
*The Sheriff-Substitute, Paisley 
*The Sheriff-Substitute, Greenock 
*The Provost of Renfrew 
The eldest Bailie of Renfrew 
*The Provost of Paisley 
* The Provost of Greenock 
*The Provost of Port-Glasgow 
*The Provost of Pollokshaws 



* Members of Standing Committee 



APPENDIXi 



203 



James Caldwell, Clerk of Supply— Office, 33 Old Sneddon Street, Paisley, 

Annual General Meetings held at Renfrew on 30th April, and last 

Tuesday of October. 

The 9th Section of the Act of Parliament 17th and 18th Vic. cap. 91., 

states the qualification requisite for a Commissioner of Supply. 



Lieutenancy of Zlenfre'wsliire- 

Lord-Lieutenant— Sir. M. E. Shaw Stewart, Bart. 

Vice-Lieutenant— Colonel Campbell. 
John Macdougall, clerk, Mansion House, Greenock. 



Deputy-Lieutenants. 



Alexander, Claud, of Ballochmyle 

1860 
Alexander, Capt. John H. L, R.N., 

1863 
Blantyre, Lord, 1845 
Buchanan, Lieut.-Col. D. C. R. 0., 

of Drumpellier and Finlaystone, 

1863 
Campbell, Archibald, of Blythswood, 

1860 
Darroch, Duncan, of Gourock, 1863 
Gllmour, Allan, of Eaglesham, 1860 
Gordon, John, of Aikenhead, 1860 
Graham, John G. Barnes, of Craig- 

allion, 1860 
Harvey, James Octavius Lee, of 

Castlesemple, 1860 
Macdowall, General D. H. of 

Garthland, 1846 



Mure, Lieut.-Colonel "William, of 

Caldwell, 1860 
Napier, Sir Robert J. M., Bart., 

1845 
Napier, John Stirling, of Merchistofl 

House, 1860 
Paisley, Provost of 
Pollok, Allan, of Broom, 1860 
Renfrew, Provost of 
Richardson, Thomas, of Ralston, 

1863 
Scott, James, 1860 
Speir, Thomas, of Burnbrae and 

Blackstoun, 1845 
Speir, Robert Thomas Napier, 

1868 
Stirling, Captain James, E.N., of 

Glentyan, 1848 
Stewart, John Archd. Shaw, 1863 



Income Tax Ccnmissioners, 

For the Upper Ward of Renfrewshire^ 



Patrick Fraser, Sheriff, and 

Hugh Cowan, Sheriff-Substitute, 

. ex-officiis. 

The Right Hon. Lord Blantyre. 

Sir Robert J. M. Napier, Bart., of 
Milliken. 

Archibald, C. Campbell, of Blyths- 
wood. 



J. G. Barns Graham, of Criaig-= 

allion. 
Alexander Graham of Capellie. 
John Gordon of Aikenhead. 
John M'Ewan of Glenlora. 
Allan Gilmour of Eaglesham. 
Allan FoUok of Broom. 



Clerk— Andrew Millar, 8 Gilmour Street, Paisley. 
Surveyor and Assessor— James S. Smiles, 1 Cotton Street, Paisley, 



204 



APPENDIX. 



Assessed Taz Commissioners, 

For the Upper Ward of Renfrewshire^ 



The Right Hon, Lord Blantyre. 
Sir R. J. M. Napier, Bart., of Milli- 

ken and Napier. 
Sir William Stirling Maxwell, Bart., 

of Police. 
Sir M. R. S. Stewart, Bart., of 

Greenock. 
Patrick Fraser, Advocate, Sheriff of 

the County. 
Hugh Cowan, Sheriff-Substitute, 

Paisley. 
Hugh Lyon Tennant, Sheriff-Sub- 
stitute, Greenock. 
Colonel Campbell, of Blythswood. 
Jas. Dunlop, of Arthurlie. 
Robert Freeland, of Gryfecastle. 
Allan Gilmour, of Eaglesham. 
J. G. Barnes Graham, of Kirkhill, 

and Craigallion. 
Alex. Graham, of Capellie. 
A. C. Holms, of Sandyford. 
Wm. Holms, of Brabloch. 



John Howie, of Hazelden. 

John Hamilton, of Greenbank. 

James D. Hamilton, of Rogerton 

Henry Lee Harvey, of Castlesemple. 

Day Hort Macdowall, of Garthland. 

Colonel Mure, of Caldwell. 

P. Comyn Macgregor of Brediland. 

Robert M'Haffie, of Eastwood. 

Allan Pollok, of Falside. 

Thos. Dundas Speirs, of Kilallan. 

Thos. Speir of Blackstoun. 

Archd. Smith, of Jordanhill. 

John Salmon, factor, Johnstone 

Castle. 
James Swan, of Wattieston 
H. B. Dunlop, Yr., of Arthurlie 
The Provost of Paisley, for the time 

being. 
The Provost of Renfrew, for the 

time being. 
The Eldest Bailie of Renfrew, for 

the time being. 



Surveyor — James S. Smiles, 1 Cotton Street, Paisley. 
Inspector — James Martin, Queen Street, Glasirow. 

Collector, David Murray, Inland Revenue Office, Greenock. 

Sub. do., Wm. M'Intyre, jun., High Street, Paisley. 

Clerk— Jas. Caldwell, Writer, 33 Old Sneddon Street, Paisley. 



Justice of Peace Court. 

Courts held at Paisley every Friday. 

Clerk— John Bartlemore. | Depute-Clerk— Thos. MacRobert. 

Fiscal— Thomas Campbell. 

Courts held at Johnstone third Monday of each Month. 

Depute-Clerk — Walter Holmes, writer, Johnstone. 

Courts held at Lochwinnoch first Saturday of each Month. 

Depute-Clerk — John Reid, writer, Lochwinnoch. 

Courts held at Barrhead first Monday of each Month. 

Depute-Clerk — Archibald Brownlie, writer, Barrhead. 

Courts held at Pollokshaws first Tuesday of each Month. 

Depute-Clerk— John Steuart, writer, Pollokshaws. 

Quarter Sessions, first Tuesday of March, May, and August, and last 

Tuesday of October, at Renfrew. Licensing meetings held at Renfrew 

Third Tuesday of April and last Tuesday of October. 



Inspectors of Weights and Measures. 
Paisley District — Robert Hunter and John Gildawie. 
Pollokshaws District — Robt. Hunter and Robt. Russell. 
Greenock District — Robert Hunter and Joseph Wood 
J^urgh of Paisley— Andrew Fisher, 81 New Sneddon. 



APPENDIX. 205 



:Reiifrewsliire Prison Board— 1870-71. 

Elected hy Commissioners 0/ Supply. 
The Riglit Son. Lord Blantyre. 
Sir Michael Shaw Stewart, Bart., of Greenock. 
Thomas Speir, of Blackstoun. 
J. G. Barnes Gi'aham, of Kirkhill and Craigallion. 
Allan Gilmonr, of Eaglesham. 
Colonel Mure, of Caldwell. 
John Gordon, of Aitkenhead. 
Archibald C. Holms, of Sandyford. 
Eobert M'Haffie, of Eastwood. 
Colonel Campbell, of Blythswood. 

Elected hy Magistvites and Town Council of Paisley^ 
David Murray, Esq., Provost of Paisley. 
Richard Watson, Esq., one of the Bailies of Paisley. 
Wm. Eussell, Esq., Treastirer of the Burgh of Paisley. 
David Campbell, Esq., one of the Town Council of Paisley. 
Matthew Scott, Esq., one of the Town Council of Paisley. 

Elected hy Magistrates and Town Council of Greenoch 
Jas. Morton, Esq., Provost of Greenock. 
Eobert Neill, Esq., one of the Bailies of Greenock. 
William Birkmyre, Esq., one of the Bailies of Greenock. 
Dugald Campbell, Esq., one of the Bailies of Greenock. 
William Neill, Esq., one of the Bailies of Greenock. 

Elected hy Magistrntes nnd Toion Council of Port-Glasgote. 
Alexander Lang, Esq., Provost of Port-Glasgow. 

Elected hy Magistrates and Toton Council of Renfrew. 
Andrew Brown, Esq., Provost of Eenfrew. 

Ex^Officiis. 
Patrick Eraser, Esq., Sheriff of Renfrewshire, or, in his absence, 
Hugh Lyon Tennent, Esq., Sheriff-Substitute at Greenock. 
Colonel Campbell, Chairman and Convener. 
Jas. H. Dunn, Clerk and Treasurer. 

UPPER WARD COMMITTEE. 

Provost Murray (Convener'), 

Mr Scott, Bailie Watson, Treasurer Eussell, Provost Brown, 

Mr D. Campbell, Col. Mure, Col. Campbell, Mr A. C. Holms, Mr Gordon. 

Three to form a quorum. 

LOWER WARD COMMITTEE, 

Provost Morton {Convener), 

Sir M. E. 8. Stewart, Bart., Sheriff Tennent, Provost Lang, Bailie 

Bobert Neill, BaiUe Birkmyre, Bailie Campbell. 

Three to form a quorum, 

T 



^06 APPENDIX. 



€OMMITTEB APPOINTED To SUPBHINTEND THE EKECTION OF NEW 
PRISON AT GREENOCK. 
Provost Morton (^Convener), 
Eight Hon. Lord Blantyre, Sir M. R. S. Stewart, Bart., Mr J. Barna, 
Graham, Mr Speir, Mr Gilmoiir, Col. Campbell of Blythswood, Mr 
Holms, Col. Mure, Mr Gordon, Mr M'Haffie, Provost Morton, Mr 
David Campbell, Provost Lang, Sheriff Fraser, or, in his absence, 
Sheriff Tennent. 

Five to form a quorum. 

OFFICERS. 
Paisley Pnson. 



'Governor — Robert Bird. 
Matron — Helen Thomson. 
Housekeeper — Mrs Bird. 
Teacher and Chaplain — Rev. John 

Fleming, M.A. 
Surgeon — Dr James Paton. 



Clerk— C. M. Bird. ' , 

Head Warder — Hugh M'Kay. 
Warders — John Wylie, John 
Gladstone, John Craw- 
ford, Jane Crawford, 
Christina Blair. 



Night Warder — Thomas Kixon. 
Watchman — John White. 



Gi'eenock Prison. 
•Keeper — John Love. 
Matron — Anne G. Adatns. 
Chaplain — Mr Donald Brotchie, 
Surgeon — Dr Shortridge 



Warders — Alex. Grant, William 
Grant, Isaac Aston, Mrs 
Fleming, Andrew Love. 

Watchman- — Duncan Campbell. 



PolloTcshaws Prison. 

Keeper — John Brown. 
Matron — Mrs BroWn. 
'Surgeon — Dr Walker. 



l)tstRicT Board of Lunacy. 

Patrick Fraser, Esq., Sheriff of the County. 

Sheriff Tennent. 

Right Hon. Lord Blantyre. 

David Murray, Esq., Provost of Paisley. 

James Morton, Esq., Provost of Greenock. 

Robert Neill, Esq., one of the Bailies of Greenock,. 

John Gordon, Esq., of Aitkenhead. 

Robert M'Haffie, of Eastwood. 

Allan Gilmour, Esq., of Eaglesham. 

Thomas Speir, Esq., of Blackstoun. 

Col. Campbell, Esq., of Blythswood. 

A. 0. Holms, Esq., of Sandyford. 

William Russell, Esq., one of the Town Council of Paisley. 



APPENDIX. 



207 



Justices of the Peace. 

Paisley District. 



Alexander, Claud, of Ballochmyle 
Arthur, James, of Barshaw 
Abercrombie, William, banker 
Baird, John, Netherhill 
Barclay, James, Canal Bank 
Bell, William, Renfrew 
Boyd, George, Renfrew 
Brough, Peter, Oakshawhead 
Brown, Hugh, Egypt Park 
Brown, John, Causeyside 
Brown, Robert, Underwood Park 
Cattanach, Alex., Auchentorlie 
Clark, James, Camphill 
Coats, James, yr., of Woodside 
Coats, Sir Peter, of Woodside 
Coats, Thomas, of Perguslie 
Craig, Archibald, Gateside 
Fleming, Andrew, Fulwood 
Glen, Thomas, Hawkhead Mills 
Guilleaume, Peter, banker. Paisley 
Holms, Archibald C, of Sandy ford 
Holms, William, of Brabloch 
Hutchison, Arciiibald, Fairhill 
Huteheson, John, Garthland Place 
K«rr, James, Underwood 



Lamb, J. J., Underwood Cottage 
Macfarlane, Hugh, banker, Gilmour 

street 
MacKean, William, merchant 
MacKean, James Anderson, Cal- 

side 
Macgregor, Patrick Comyn, of 

Brediland 
Millar, Andrew, Dean of Faculty of 

Procurators 
Millar, James, Adelphi House 
Morgan, John, of Greenlaw 
Murray, David, Castlehead 
Philips, William, of Orossftat 
Pollock, Alexander, jr., Riccartsbar 
Pollock, Alex. Russell, Greenhill 
Poison, Wm., starch manufacturer 
Richardson, Thomas, of Ralston 
Russell, William, High street 
Reid, John, Whitehall 
Scott, Matthew, Gateside 
Sharp, David Galbraith, merchant 
Whitehead, Joseph, of Kilnside 
Wilson, George, West Hurlet 
Wotherspoon, William, Maxwellton 



Sheriff-Depute and Sheriff-Substitutes of Renfrewshire, and the Provost 
and Magistrates of Paisley, for the time being. 

Henfce.'^sliire Police. 

Head Quarters— 3 County Place.. 
Chief Constable—Robert Hunter, Paisley. 

Paisley District— Superintendent— John Gildawie, Paisley. Stations 

'"Incliinnan, *Paisley, and Yoker. 
Kilbarchan District— Inspector— John M'Farlane, Kilbarchan. Stations 
Bishopton, Crossliei Elderslie, Kilbarchan, *Linwood, and> 
Lochwinnoch, 
Barrhead District— InspeetOE— John Howden, Barrhead. Stations — 

Barrhead, NitshUL, Neilston, and Newton Mearns. 
Pollokshaws District— Inspector— Robert Russell, Pollokshaws. Stations 
— Busby, by Glasgow, *Cathcart, Crossbill, Baglesham, 
Kinning Park, Pollokshaws, Strathbungo, and Thornliebank. 

Greenock District— Inspector— Joseph Wood, Port-Glasgow. Stations 

*Gourock, *Greenock, Inverkip, Kilmalcolm, *Port-Glasgow. 
Those marked (*) are Sergeants' Stations. 
The Force is Composed of the Chief Constable, 1 Superintendent, 4 
Inspectors, 7 Sergeants, and 29 Constables — 42. 

Commissary Court- 

Held every Thursday at Eleven o'Clock Forenoon. 

Patrick Fraser, Commissary. 

Hugh Cowan, Commissary Depute. 

John Bartlemore, Commissary Clerk— OfiSce, County Buildings,. 



208 



APPENDIX. 



County Police Committee* 

Chairman — Thomas Speir, of Blackstoun. 



The Eight Hon. Lord Blantyre. 

The Right Hon. the Earl of Glas- 
gow. 

The Sheriff of the County. 

Hugh Cowan, Sheriff Substitute, 
Paisley. 

H. L. Tennent, Sheriff Substitute, 
Greenock. 

Sir M. R. Shaw Stewart, Bart. 

John G. Barnes Graham, of Kirk- 
hill and Oraigallion. 

Allan Gilmour, of Eaglesham. 

John Gordon, of Aitkenhead. 

Alexander Crum, of Thornliebank. 
Chief Constable- 
Clerk— Ja. Caldwell, Clerk of Supply. 

Auditors — Messrs John Fisher and John M'-Gown, Accountants,, 
Paisley. 



Robert M'Haffie, of Eastwood. 
J. C. Wakefield, of Eastwood Park. 
Thomas Speir, of Blackstoun, 

chairman. 
Col. Campbell, of Blythswood. 
Captain Greig, of Muirshields. 
Colonel Mure, of Caldwell. 
Henry Lee Harvey, Castle&emple. 
Matthew Algie, Langside. 
A. C. Holms, of Sandford. 
The Provost of PoUokshaws. 
Provost Lang, Port-Glasgow. 
Bailie Birkmyre, Port-Glasgow. 

-Robert Hunter. 



Sheriff Court, 

Court Hall, Coimty Buildings. 
Sits every Tuesday during Session. 

Hugh Dempster, sheriff-clerk. 
Thomas MArthur, sheriff-clerk 
depute. 



Patrick Eraser, sheriff, 

Hugh Cowan, sheriff-substitute, 



SlieriS Small Deist Court, and Court uncLer Certain 
DeTots Reo every Act, 1867. 

Court Hall, County Buildings. 

Held every Thursday, at Eleven o'clock, during Session, 

Hugh Dempster, clerk. | Thomas M'Arthur, depute-clerk. 

Alexander M'Kechnie, Bar OfScer. 



Burgh Courts. 

A Court is held in the forenoon of every lawful day, in the Convene 
Room, at Ten o'clock, for the despatch of Criminal business ; and, a 
Court is held, when necessary (immediately after the Criminal Court} 
for the despatch of civil causes. 

William Hodge, Clerk. George Hart, Fiscal^ 



APPENDIX. 



20D 



Faculty of Procurators. 

Incorporated by Royal Charter, 24th June, 1803. 
Andrew Millar. | Treasurer— John M'Innes. 

Councillors. 
William Reid. James Caldwell. Thomas Walker. 

Examinators. 

Archibald Gardfler. Robert Macfarlane. James H. Dunn. 

Clerk — John Bartlemore. | Fiscal— George Hart. 

Procurators for the Poor. 

Walter Holmes, for Johnstone 

district 
A. R. Ferguson, for Pollokshaws, 

Neilston, and Barrhead 

William Conneil, for Lochwinnocb 

Auditors of Treasurer's Accounts — The Dean and Councillors. 

Auditor of Procurators' Accounts — William Hodge. 

Curators of Library — David Sample, David Young, James H. Dunn. 

Officer— Alex. M'Kechnie. 

MEMBERS. 



Dean- 



PAISLEV DISTHICT. 

jAmes Caldwell. 
Ilrancis Martin. 
Robert Russell 



Anderson, Mat., Neilston .... 


1832 


Holmes, John, Johnstone 


.. 1849 


Dartlemore, John 


1853 


Holmes, Walter, Johnstone 


). 1862 


Brownlie, Archibald,, Barrhead IS.-ie 


Martin, Francis 


.. 186a 


Caldwell, James 


1849 


Millar, Andrew, 


.. 1818 


Campbell, David,; 


1847 


Millar, John, Dunoon 


... 1831 


Campbell, Thomas, 


1853 


Macfarlane, Robert... 


.. 1869 


Gonnell, William, Lochwin- 




M'Farlane, Graham, 


.. 1811 


noch, .. 


1829 


M'Innes, John 


.. 1841 


Dunn, James H 


1861 


M'Lean, Wm., Glasgow, 


.. 1824 


Ferguson, Alex. Robertson, 




MacRobert, Thomas, 


.. 18f,8 


Neilston ... 


1865 


Reid, John, Johnstone 


.. 1842 


Gardner, Archibald, 


1828 


Reid,. William, 


.. 1829 


Gardner J. Neilson 


1864 


Russell, Robert 


.. 1866 


Hart, George 


1861 


SemplCj David 


.. 1831 


Hector, \Vm., PoIlokshawSi.. 


1825 


Walker, Thomas ... 


.. 1853 


Henderson, R. L., 


1858 


Young, David . 


.. 18C1 


Hodge, William 


183U 






Procurators of Court n( 


)t Members of Faculty. 




Crawford, 


John; 


Kirkwood, Allan* 





Sheriff 0£S.cers. 

Alex. M-Kechnie, 4 Moss IStreet, also Messenger-at-Arms. 

James Paterson, Terrace Buildings. 

John Harkness, 14 High Street. 

Alex. Campbell, 4 Moss Street. George Gregory, 4 Moss Street. 

Joseph Biruie Cockburn, 4 Moss Street. 



Justice of Peace Constalsles. 



PAISLEY. 

John Harkness, sen., 14 High Street 
John Harkness, jun., 14 High Street 
Alex. M'Kechnie, MossStrest 
Alex. Campbell, Moss Street 
Joseph Birnie Cockburn, 4 Moss St. 



James Giffen Paterson, Terrace > 
Buildings 

JOHNSTONE. . 

William Steel 
William Giffen.. 



210 



APPENDIX. 





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Daniel Robertson 
Thomas Gibb 
William Richmond 
Duncan Robertson 
John Neilson 
James Osborne 
W^illiam Gardner 


Angus Leitch 
John Richardson 
William Pinkerton 
Daniel Black 
John M'Kinlay 
Peter Fulton 


James Galbraith 
James Nimmo 
A. Tannahill 
Joseph A. Falconer 
James Crawford 
William Sorley 


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Precentors and 
Leaders of Psalmody.: 


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Gilbert Ross 
Louis HoPck 
James M'Ghee 
John W^aterslon 
James Smith 
Thomas Callander 
Thomas Mitchell 


William Ferguson 
Richard F.M-Gibbor 
John Ballantine 
Alexander Youll 
Vacant 
William Lambie 


Various. 

Various 

James Moir 

R. Lee 

Various 

James Roy Fraser 


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James Cameron Lees 
James Dodds 
John Smith 
John Martin 
J. Douglas Stewart 
Robert Duncan 
John Ren wick 
Christopher M'Kune 
John M'Lean 


Alexander M'Intosh 
J. B. Sturrock 
William M'ludoe 
William Fraser 
John Thomson 
Alex. Pollock 


Andrew Henderson 
George C Hutton 
Andrew Elder 
William France 
James Brown 
Andw. G. Fleming 


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Broomland.s 
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George Street 
Neil.ston Street 


Shuttle Street 
Orr Square 
77 Broomlands 
School Wynd 
.36 New Street 
75 Causeyside 


16 Abbey Close 
12 Canal Street 
21 George Street 
50 O-akshaw Street 
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South Church 


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Middle Church 
St. George's Church 
South Church 


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Canal Street 
George Street 
Oakshaw Street 
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APPENDIX. 



Second Battalion Renfrewshire Rifle Volunteers. 
Rank and Names of Officers of the above Battalion. 



Rank. 


Names. 


Corps. 


Stations. 


Lieut.-Col. 


William Mure, 


Battn. 


Caldwell House. 


Major 


Alexander Fullerton, 


„ 


Paisley. 


^^ 


William Carlile, 


,, 


Do. 


Captain 


Andrew Millar, 


6th 


Do. 




John Fullerton, 


3rd 


Do 




John Harvey, 


17th 


Loehwinnoch. 


^^ 


James Loudon, 


9th 


Johnstone. 


^^ 


John Jack, 


20th 


Renfrew. 


i> 


John Hodgart, 


15th 


Kilbarchan. 


" 


Robert Peacock, 


14rh 


Paisley. 




Thomas Glen Coats, 


24th 


Do. 


Lieut. 


William Murray, 


(jth 


Do. 




Thomas K. Cameron, 


14th 


Do. 




James Dobie, 


3rd 


Do. 


^^ 


Robert Graham, 


., 


Do. 


^^ 


James F. Donald, 


9th 


Johnstone. 


J) 


Robert Wylie, 


17th 


Loehwinnoch. 




Robert Rowand, 


24th 


Paisley. 


^^ 


Campbell Gillan, 


20th 


Renfrew. 


,, 


Oliver Macgregor, 


15th 


Kilbarchan. 


Ensign 


William Bell, 


3rd 


Paisley. 


^^ 


Andrew Glen, 


17th 


Loehwinnoch. 


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Francis Christie, 


9th 


Johnstone. 


,, 


William Loudon, 


20th 


Renfrew. 


,j 


Henry Paterson, 


6th 


Paisley. 


,, 


John N. Gardner, 


14th 


Do. 


jj 


Jas. A. D. MacKean, 


24th 


Do. 


17 




15th 


Kilbarchan. 


Adjutant 


Spence D. Turner, 


Battn. 


Paisley. 


Surgeon 


James T. Donald, 


,t 


Do. 


Asst. Surg. 


W. Campbell, 


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Kilbarchan. 


)i 


Hugh S. Colligan, 


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Paisley. 


Chaplain. 


Robert Stephen, 




Renfrew. 


Hon. Secy. 


Robert Macfarlane, 


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Paisley. 



Paisley Cemetery Company. 

Instituted 1845. 
Board of Management. 
William Philips, Esq., Governor. 
Directors. 
William Gibson, I David Seraple, 

John Snodgrass, | Thomas Coats, 

Walter Allison, I William Forbes, 

John M'Gown, | Dundas S.Porteous 

Secretaries and Treasurers- 
Superintendent- 



Thomas Crichton, . 
Matthew Scott, 
W-^m. Abercrombie, 



Hodge, Young, & Martin. 
John Murray. . 



APPENDIX. 



213 



Paisley Infirmary- 
Year Oommenciag 1st April, 1870. 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 
Mr Matthew Scott, President. 
Mr William Gillespie, Treasurer. | Mr William Hodge, Secretary. 



Sir Peter Coats, 
Provost Murray, 
Trea>urer Russell, 
Messrs Wm. Abercrombie, 
James Clark, 
William Coats, 
Robt. P. Dalziel. 
John Walker, Jun., 

John Bain, Resident Surgeon 
Mrs Courtoy, Matron. 

QUARTEKLY 

From 1st April to 1st July. 
Mr Wm. Abercrombie {Convene^^"), 
Provost Murray, 
Messrs James M'Murchy, 
William Boyd. 



Messrs James M'Murchy, 
William Boyd, 
James Arthur, 
William Philips, 
John M'Gown, 
James Millar, Manuf., 
Robert Russell. 



Rev. J. D. Stewart, Chaplain. 
COMMITTEES. 

From 1st Oct. to 1st Jan., 1871. 
Treasurer Russell ( Convener), 
Measrs James Arthur, 
John M'Gown, 
Sir Peter Coats. 



From 1st July to 1st Octobbii. 
Messrs James Millar {Convener), 
James Clark, 
R. F. Dalziel, 
John Walker, Jun. 



From 1st Jan., 1871, to 1st April. 
Messrs William Coats {Convener}^ 
William Hodge, 
William Philips, 
Robert Russell. 



The President and Treasurer, ex-offlciis. Members of each Quarterly 
, Committee. 

Account Committee. 

The President, Messrs William Abercrombie, James Millar, Williami 
Russell, and William Coats. The President, Convener. 

Library Committee. 

The President, the Treasurer, and the Members of the Medical Board, 

Medical Board, 

Acting Physician, Dr Richmond; Acting Surgeon, Dr Taylor; Con- 
sulting Physician, Dr M'Kechnie; Consulting Surgeon, Dr Graham. 

The Dispensary is open every day froin 10 till 11 A.M. for advice; and 
from 11 A.M. till 12 noon, and from 5 til! 6 P.M., for Dispensing Medicine. 
On Tuesdays and Fridays attendance will be given in the Dispensary 
from 12 to 1 p.m., for Vaccinating Children. Friends of Patients admitted 
daily from lU till 11 A.M. 

One Ticket admits a Fever Patient, and Two Tickets a Medical of 
Surgical Patient, to the House, on the certificate of any Medical 
gentleman. 



214 



APPENDIX. 



Parochial Board, Paisley, 1870-'7l. 

Inspector's Department. 

. S. Brown, Inspector. Peter Baine, Assistant Inspector. 

John Muir, Clerk. James Kenfrew, Collector. 

PooRHOUSE Department. 

William M'Kenzie, Governor. Agnes Baird, Matron. 

William Aitken, Chaplain. Robert Falconer, Surgeon. 

John Nicholson, Porter. 



James Millar, Esq., Chairman. 



Provost Murray- 
Bailies Watson 

Park 

Fisher 

Cochran 
Messrs William Craw 

John Carswell 

John Young 



Messrs John Muir 

John M'Lean 
R. F. Dalziel 
Wm. Campbell 
And W.Walker 
James Fergus 
Arthur Lewis 



JMessrs John Walker 
Mattw. Brown 
James Lang 
James Barclay 
A. M'Keuzie 
R. Richardson 
Jas. Hamilton 



committees. 

Assessment. 
Provost Murray, Bailies Park, Cochran, Messrs R. F. Dalziel, James 
Fergus, Archd. M'Kenzie, William Craw, James Hamilton, Andrew 
Walker, John Young, William Campbell, James Barclay, Con. 



Administraticm of Relief. 
Bailie Watson, Messrs R. F. Dalziel, Arthur Lewis, Andrew Walker, 
James Barclay, John Muir, Matthew Brown, John Young, John 
Carswell, James Lang, Archd. M'Kenzie, John Walker, R, 

Richardson, Con. 

Poorhouse. 
Bailies Fisher, Park, Messrs James Barclay, Arthur Lewis, James 
Lang, Archd. M'Kenzie, William Campbell, R. F. Dalziel, Andrew 
Walker, Matthew Brown, William Craw, James Fergus, Bailie 

Watson, Con. 

Finance. 
Bailie Watson, Messrs James Barclay, Robert Richardson, John Muir, 

R. F. Dalziel, Con. 

Committees to visit the Pooi'house Weekly 

1 Provost Murray, Bailies Park, Cochran, Con. 

2. — Messrs William Craw, John Young, Bailie Fisher, Con. 
3.— Bailie Watson, Messrs John Carswell, John Muir, Con. 
4. — Messrs Archd. M'Kenzie, James Hamilton, James Millar, Con. 
5. — Bailie Watson, Messrs Robert Richardson, James Fergus, Con. 
6. — Messrs James Millar, James Barclay, Andrew Walker, Con.. 
7. — Messrs Arthur Lewis, John Walker, Wm. Campbell, Con. 
8. — Messrs James Lang, Matthew Brown, R. F. Dalziel, Con. 



BURGH ASYLUM. 

William M'Kenzie, superintendent ; Robert Falconer, surgeon ; 
Peter Thomson, male attendant; Mrs-M'Ken^tje, head female attendant; 
Mary Paul, female attendants 



APPENDIX. 215 



Aldlsey Parochial Board. 

Inspector's Department. 

Kobert Kobertson, Inspector. Donald Sutherland, Assistant Inspector. 

Robert Rowand, Clerk. Robert Oliver, Collector. 

PooRHousE Department. 

C. W. Laing, Governor. Mrs Chapman, Matron. 

Mrs Ridge, and Mrs Shaw, Assistant Matrons. 

James Sproul, Chaplain. William Hume, Clerk. 

Thomas Graham, M.D., Surgeon. 
John Agnew, Porter. Charles Lochrie, Baker. 



Rev. James C. Lees, Chairman of the Board, 
and tx-offkis Members of all the Committees. 



COMMITTEES. 

GENERAL AND HOUSE COMMITTEE. v^ 

Rev. J. C. Lees, Chairman, 
William Poison, Esq., Vlce-Chairmau, 
Messrs John Salmon, John Muir, Robert Blair, James Finlaysoti, 
Thomas Porter, William Johnstone, Robert M'Quaker, Thos. Bonnar, 
Robert Douglas, Thomas Jack, Andrew Millar, William Taylor, John 
Weir, James Strang, Hugh Caldwell ; Revs. J. C. Lees, James Dodds j 
Messrs John Pinkerton, William Cochran, James Anderson, Jamea 
Myles, James M'Lauchlan, William Jamieson, John Cochran, James 
Wilson, sen., James Wilson, jun., Thomas Peacock, Daniel Muir, John 
Snodgrass, David Patrick, William Poison, John Robertson, Archibald 
Renfrew, Robert Cochran, Alexander Muir, William Peock, George 
Hamilton, John M'lnnes, William Holms. 

Eight a Quorum. 



RELIEF COMMITTEE. 

For taking charge of all matters regarding the administration of 
Relief to Paupers, and the Education of Pauper Children, and 
advising with the Inspector thereanent. 

Messrs Robert Blair, Thomas Porter. Thomas Bonnar, Robert 
Douglas, Thomas Jack, William Taylor, John Weir, James Strang, 
Hugh Caldwell ; Rev. 'J. Dodds ; Messrs John Pinkerton, William 
Cochran, James Anderson, James M'Lachlan, William Jamieson, 
John Cochran, Thomas Peacock. Daniel Muir, John Snodgrass, David 
Patrick, Archibald Renfrew, Robert Cochran. — Mr Jamieson, Convener, 
Five a Quorum. 



ASSESSMENT, FINANCE, AND LAW COMMITTEE. 

For disposing of all appeals against Assessments, and taking charge 
of all matters of Finance and questions of Law. 
Messrs James Myles, John Salmon, William Johnstone, William 
Jamieson, William Holms, John M'lnnes, James Wilson, sen., James 
Wilson, jun., Hugh Caldwell, Robert M'Quaker, William Peock, Wm. 
Taylor. — Mr Myles, Convener. 

Three «, Quorum. 



216 



APPENDIX. 



SANITARY COMMITTEE. 

Appointed tinder " Public Health (Scotland) Act." 
Mr James Myles, John Salmon, William Johnstone, William 
Jamieson, William Holms, John M'Innes, James Wilson, sen., James 
Wilson, jun., Hugh Caldwell, Eobert M'Quaker, William Peock, 
William Taylor.— Mr Myles, Convene?: 

Three a Quorum. 



COMMITTEES. 

Appointed by House Committee. 



Ground Committee. 

Messrs William Poison. 

" James Wilson, sen. 

" James Wilson, jun. 

" John Salmon. 

" George Hamilton. 

" James Myles, 

" James Strang. 

Mr Myles, Convener, 



Repair Committee. 

Messrs William Poison. 

" Hugh Caldwell. 

" John Pinkerton. 

" William Cochran. 

" John Cochran. 

" William Peock. 

" Eobert M'Quaker. 

Mr Pinkerton, Convener. 



ABBEY ASYLUM. 

C. W. Laing, superintendent ; Mrs Chapman, matron ; T. Graham, 
M.D., surgeon ; Thomas Holms, head male attendant; John Gardiner, 
George Murray, Roderick M'Donald, male attendants ; Mrs Holms, 
head female attendant; Margaret White and Euphemia Douglas, 
female assistant attendants. 



rarliamentary Constitu- 
ency. 

1st Ward, 518 

2d „ 777 

8d „ 701 

4th „ 853 

6th „ 744 

Total Constituency, 3593 



Valuation of Burgli. 



High Parish, ... 
Middle „ 
Low, „ 
Abbey, „ 
Part of Renfrew, 



£30,803 

28,563 

18,395 

40,260 

186 



Railways and Canal, 7977 



£126,184 18 6 



To'V7n Officers. 

John Harkness, 14 High Street. John Harkness, Town Drummer and 
Town Crier, 14 High Street. Landeemer's Day, 2d Tuesday iu 
Juae, for perambulating Burgh marches. 



APPENDIX. 217 



BANKS 



Bank of Scotland. 

Instituted 1695. 

8 St. Mikrek Street. 

Head Office — Bank Street, Edinburgh. 

London Office— 11 Old Broad Street. 

Open from 10 till 3, and on Saturdays from 10 till 12. 

John Hutcheson, agent. 
Alexander Boyd, accountant. James Ross, teller. 

Bobert Gibson, Wm. E, Barbour, and John Macalaster, clerks. 
Eobert Lochhead, porter — house, 6 Moss street. 
The Bank negotiates Bills and grants Letters of Credit on all the 
principal towns in Scotland, England, and Ireland. Draws on their 
Branch in London, at 11 Bond Street ; Smith, Payne, & Smiths ; 
Coutts & Co. ; the Bank of England, London ; and on the Colonies 
and Foreign Countries; also issues Circular Notes of £10 and £20 
each free of charge, for the use of travellers and others in all parts 
of the world, 

^rational Bank of Scotland, 

Instituted, 21st March. 1825, and incorporated by Royal Charter. 
Governor— The Right Honourable the Earl of Dalhousie, K.T., G.C.B. 
General Manager — "William James Duncan, Esq. 
Head Office — 42 St. Andrew Square, Edinburgh. 
London Office— 37 Nicholas Lane, E.G. 
Paisley Office— 1 Forbes Place. 
Peter Guilleaume, agent. 
Robert Brodie, assistant agent and accountant. John Melvin, teller. 
Robert Edmonds and John Blair Walker, clerks. 
Joseph Carter, porter — house, 13 Causeyside. 
Draw on Glyn, Mills, & Co., Coutts & Co., and the Union Bank of 
Loudon,- Fould & Co., Paris ; J. & J. Stuart & Co., New York; and 
have correspondents in all the principal towns in Scotland, England, 
and Ireland, aud in the Colonies. The National Bank of Scotland 
issue Foreign Credits and Circular Notes, available in all parts of 
the world, and they negotiate Bills in every place in Scotland, Eng- 
land, Ireland, and abroad, where there is a Bank or Banker. 

Clydesdale Banking Company. 

Instituted 1838. 
7 High Street (Cross). 
Open from 10 till 3, and on Saturdays from 10 till 12. 
David Campbell, agent. James Lamb, accountant. 
James S. Robertson, clerk. 
Draw on Barnetts, Hoares, Hanburys, Lloyd, bankers, London ; and 
the London and Westminster Bank, London ; and negotiate Bills 
and grant Credits on the principal towns in Scotland, England, and 
Ireland ; also, on the Bank of British North America, Canada, Nova 
Scotia, New Brunswick, and Vancouver Island. 
U 



218 APPENDIX. 

Sritisli Linen Company's Bank. 

Instituted 1746. 

17 Gilmour Street. 

Open from 10 o'clock forenoon till 3 afternoon — Shuts at 12 on 

Saturday. 

Hugh Macfarlane, agent. 

Alex. Gardiner, accountant. Peter Clark, teller. And. Paterson, clerk< 

Miller, porter — house, 3 Thread Street. 

Draw on, and Negotiate Bills, through — 



Smith, Payne, & Smith, London. 

The Bank of England and Branches 

The Bank of Ireland and Branches 

Carlisle and Cumberland Bank and 
Branches. 

Bank of Whitehaven. 

J. Backhouse & Co., Darlington, 
and Branches. 

Samuel Smith & Co., Nottingham. 

Sheffield and Kotherham Bank. 

National Provincial Bank of Eng- 
land and Branches. 

Halifax Joint Stock Bank. 

Huddersfield Banking Company 
and Branches. 



Bradford Banking Company, Brad- 
ford. 

Wauklyn & Co., Buenos Ayres. 

James G. Kings, Sons, New York. 

London and South African Bank 
and Branches. 

English, Scottish, and Australian 
Chartered Bank and Branches. 

Bank of New Zealand and Branches 

Bank of Australasia and Branches 

Bank of Otago (Limited) and 
Branches. 

Bank of British Columbia and 
Agencies. 

Bank of Montreal and Agencies. 



And the principal towns in Scotland, and all places where there 
is a bank. 

City of G-lasgow Bank, 

Instituted 1839. 

Tempoeary Premises, 109 High Street, Terrace Buildings. 

Alex. Pollock, jun., agent. 

Robert Leckie, Accountant. James Brown, teller. 

John Dougall, James Ballantyne, and Carus Anderson, clerks. 

Draws on Loudon Joint Stock Bank, London, and on all the principal 

towns in England, Ireland, and Scotland. Negotiates Bills on all 

places where there is a Bank or Banker. 

Union Bank of Scotland^ 

Instituted 1829, and Incorporated under Act of Parliament. 
3 GiLMouR Street. 
William Abercrombie, agent. 
William Eobb, teller. David C. Bell, accountant. 

John Scott, W. E. W. Merrylees, and Edward M. Bruce, clerks. 
William Eussell, messenger — house, 48 Moss Street. 
Draws on Glyn, Mills, & Co., London ; and on nearly all the principal 
towns in England, Ireland, and Scotland ; De Eothschilds Freres, 
Paris ; J. G. Kings, Sons, New York ; Union Bank of Australia, 
Sydney, Melbourne ; and other branches ; Bank of Montreal, &c., 
&c. Negotiates Bills on all towns in Great Britain and Ireland 
where there is a banker. 



APPENDIX. 219 



National Security Savings Bank- 

Instituted May, 1838. 

Opfice — 14 GiLMOUR Street. 

Chairman — Arclid. Craig. Deputy-Chairman— Thos. Coats. 

William Abercrombie, Treasurer. 

Actuary — John M'Gown. Auditor — Thomas Risk. 

Committee of Management for 1870 : — 



Messrs. Archd. C. Holms, 
"William Gillespie, 
James A. MacKean, 
William Gibson, 
David Campbell, 
T. W. Macalpine, 
John Poison, 
David Gilmour, 
Alex. King, 
James M'Murchy, 
Thos. Crichton, 



Messrs. James Johnston, 
George Masson, 
William Poison, 
Archd. Hutchison, 
John Walker. 
John Lamberton, 
William Reid, 
Archd. Bell, 
Wm. Wotherspoon, 
Wm. Hodge, 
Eobert F. Dalziel. 



The Bank is open for receiving and paying on Monday, Tuesday, 
Thursday, and Saturday from 10 till 3 o'clock, and on Saturday 
Evening from 6 till 9 for receiving only. 

Penny Saving's Banks. 

In connection with the following Sabbath School or Home Mission 
Associations, are open every Saturday evening, for receiving Deposits 
from One Penny upwards : — 

Reformed Presbyterian Church, 36 Wellmeadow ; North Church, 
Love Street; George Street Baptist Church, Church Hall; Canal 
Street U.P. Church, Library Hall: Abbey Close U.P. Church, 11 
Abbey Str. et ; Free South Church, Session House ; Free High Church, 
79 George Street (in connection with Storie Street Mission of Free 
High Church) ; Free St. George's Church, 104 Causeyside ; Middle 
Church, Hunter Street ; Fi-ee Middle Church, 27 Back Sneddon and 
Inkermann ; WiUiamsburgh Mission, Dickson School Room ; Abbey, 
Lawn Street School Room ; Canal Street Independent, Wilson Hall. 

The receipts of each are deposited in the National Security Savings 
Bank. 

Each Bank is under the Superintendence of Trustees and a Com- 
mittee of Management. 



Bank Holidays. 



New Year's Day Jan. 1 

Queen's Marriage Feb. 10 

Good Friday April 19 

Queen's Birthday May 24 



Queen's Accession June 20 

Queen's Coronation June 28 

Christmas Day Dec. 2.ijv 



220 APPENDIX. 



Insurance Companies. 

FiKE AND Life. 

Accident — John M'Go-wn. 14 Gilmour Street. 

Alliance and Insurance Co. of Scotland, Fire and Life — John Bartle- 

more, County Buildings (North end). 
Atlas, Fire and Life — Eobert Brown & Son, Sneddon Bridge. 
Britannia, Fire — James Hay, 10 High Street. 
British Equitable, Fire and Life — George Weir, 97 High Street ; John 

M'Kinlay, 37 New Street. 
British Imperial Corporation, Fire — Eobert Waterston, 4 Smithhills. 
Briton Medical, Life — James Hay, 10 High Street ; Thomas Cullen, 

12 St. James Place. 
Caledonian, Fire and Life — David Semple, 16 Gilmour Street ; James 

Dalziel, Wester Carriagehill. 
Commercial Union, Fire and Life — Eobt. Wotherspoon, 50 Maxwellton. 
County, Fire— John Lorimer, Braeside Cottage, Millarston ; James 

M'Duff, 5 High Street (Cross). 
City of Glasgow — Andrew Millar, jun., 8 Gilmour Street ; Alexander 

Gardner, 3 Moss Street. 
Economic, Life — David Murray, 15 Gilmour Street. 
English and Scottish Law, Life — Eeid & Henderson, 3 County Place. 
Edinburgh, Life — Eobert Armour, 16 Causeyside ; James Macduff, 5 

High Street (Cross). 
European, Life — John Muir, 23 Moss Street. 
Guardian Plate Glass — James Winning, Terrace Buildings, 109 High 

Street. 
Imperial, Fire and Life — D. Gilmour, 5 Causeyside ; David Murray, 

15 Gilmour Street; Andrew Patersnn, 10 Glen Lane. 
Insurance Company of Scotland — Wm. M'lutyre, sen., 6 High Street. 
Lancashire, Fire and Life — Alexander Gardiner, 3 Caledonia Street. 
Liverpool and London, and Globe, Fire and Life — David Campbell, 7 

High Street ; John M'Gown, 14 Gilmour Street ; Robert Boyd, 

15 Gilmour Street ; Eobert Muir, 24 Orchard Street ; John Muir, 

23 Moss Street ; James Lang, 86 High Street. 
London and General Plate Glass — James Adam, jun., 7 Gilmour Street. 
London, Fire and Life — John Pollock, 15 Gilmour Street. 
London Eoyal Exchange, Fire and Life — William Philips, Forbes 

Place. 
London and Lancashire, Fire and Life — Eobert Wotherspoon, 50 

Maxwellton. 
London and Southwark Insurance Corporation (Limited) — 
Manchester, Fire — Thomas Walker, 8 Gilmour Street. 
Mutual Assurance — Thomas M'Arthur, County Buildings. 
National Provincial Plate Glass Insurance Company — Joseph White- 
head, 6 Moss Street. 
North British and Mercantile, Fire and Life — Eobert Armour, 16, 

Causeyside ; M'Innes & Macfarlane, 2 Lawn Street ; Joha 

Hutcheson, Bank of Scotland. 



APPENDIX. SiSft 



Northern, Fire and Life — James Winning, Terrace Buildings, 109 

High Street ; James Lamb, Clydesdale Bank, 7 High Street. 
Norwich Union, Fire and Life — James J. Lamb, 6 St. James Place. 
Queen, Fire and Life — John Fisher, 4 Oauseyside ; William Brownlie,; 

50 Maxwellton. 
Pelican, Life — Thomas Walker, 8 Gilmour Street. 
Phcenix, Fire — Archd. Hodge, 15 Gilmour Street. 
Provident, Life — John Lorimer, Braeside Cottage, Millarston ; James 

Macduff; 5 High Street (Cross). 
Prudential Assurance Co. — John M"D. Baine, 22 Lady Lane. 
Reufre^vshire Agricultural Cattle — Hodge, Young, & Martin, County 

Buildings 
Royal Insurance Company of Liverpool, Fire and Life — James 

Caldwell, 33 Old Sneddon ; G. W. Macalpine,. 48 Moss Street. 
Scottish Amicable, Life — John M'Gown, 14 Gilmour Street. 
Scottish Commercial, Life — J. N. Gardner, 3 County Place ; P. 

Guilleaume, National Bank. 
Scottish Equitable, Life— Eobert Boyd, 15 Gilmour Street. 
Scottish Imperial, Fire and Life — Robert Leckie, City of Glasgow 

Banlc 
Scottish. Provident Institution, Life — Archibald Hodge, 15 Gilmour 

Street ; Campbell & Russell, 7 High Street. 
Scottish Provincial, Aberdeen, Fire and Life — John Crawford, 24 

Abbey Street ; Reid & Henderson, 3 County Place ; Robert 

Russell, 11 St. James Place. 
Scottish Union, Fire and Life — Hodge, Young,. & Martin, County 

Buildings ;. George Hart, 5 County Place ; Alexander Hart, 

Churchhlll. 
Scottish National,, Fire and Life — R. Congalton, 21 St. James Street. 
Scottish Fire— James Adam, County Buildings ; James Hay, 10 High 

Street ; James Brown, City of Glasgow Bank. 
Scottish Widows' Fund, Life — E. Wotherspoon,.50 Maxwellton; James 

Adam, County Buildings. 
Standard, Fii'e and Life — William M'Intyre, jun.,, 6, High Street ; E. B. 

Hatriek. 18 Gilmour Street. 
Steam Boiler— Jas.H. Dunn, School of Art Buildings. 
Sun, Fire and Life — Jas. H. Dunn, School of Art Buildings. 
Victoria Insurance Co. — John Williamson, 11 New Smithhills. 
West of England, Fire and Life — Alex, Pollock, jun., Terrace 

Buildings ; Dalrymple Lyle, 4 High Slreet. 
Westminster, Fire and Life — Joseph Whitehead, 6 Moss Steeet. 
Welsh Provincial, Fire and Life — J. Pollock & Co., 5 Causeyside. 
Yorkshire — William M'Intyre, Jun., 6 High Street. 



Ee^istrars of Birtlis, Marriages, and. Deatlis. 

Abbey Parish, Robert Waterston, 4 Old Smithhills. 
High Parish, Louis Hoeck, 86 High street. 
Middle and Low Parishes, James Reid, 101 High streets 
u 2 



222 APPENDIX. 



Pulolic Offices, Sec. 

j\bhey Poor Eatps, 22 Smithhills— Eobert Oliver, collector. 
Bakers' House of Call, 8 High street — Koi-ert Lauchian, keeper. 
Bank of Scotland, 8 St. Mirren street — John Hutcheson, agent. 
British Linen Co.'s Bank. 17 Gilmour street — Hugh Macfarlane, agent. 
Burgh Trustees' Office, County Buildings — James Adam, treasurer. 
Tanal Office, 18 Canal street — Hugh Clark, manager and treasurer. 
Chamberlain's Office, County Buildings — James Adam. 
City of Glasgow Bank — Terrace Buildings, 109 High street — Alexander 

Pollock, agent. 
Clydesdale Bank, 7 High street— David Campbell, agent. 
Commissary, County Buildings— John Bartlemore, clerk. 
Gas Commissioners, 23 Moss street — William Nairne, treasurer. 
Glasgow Herald, 2 Gilraour street — William B. Watson, crrespondent. 
Inland Revenue, 24 Orchard street — John F. Otter and Alfred Churcber, 

supervisors. 
Justice of Peace, County buildings — John Bartlemore, clerk. 
National Bank of Scotland, I Forbes place — Peter Guilleaume, agent. 
North British Mail, 4 County place — James Drewette, correspondent. 
Paisley Herald and Renfrewshire Advertiser, Waterloo Place, 2 Gilmour 

street— Richard Watson, publisher. 
Paisley Herald Printing (Jffice,10 High street— sale shop and counting 

house, Waterloo place. 2 Gilmour street — Wm. B. Watson, printer. 
Paisley and Renfrewshire Gazette, 3 Moss street— J. & J. Cook, publishers. 
Paisley and Renfrewshire Independent, Gilmour street — John Millar, 

publisher. 
Police Office, County buildings — George Ingram, superintendent. 
Police, County, County place — Robert Hunter, chief constable. 
Post Office, 9 Gilmour street — Francis Deans, postmaster. 
Prison, County Buildings — Robert Bird, governor. 
Procurator Fiscal, Burgh, 5 County place— George Hart, fiscal. 
Procurator Fiscal, County, 5 County place— Daniel MacFarlan, fiscal. 
Procurator Fiscal, J.P., County buildings (North side)— Tlios. Campbell, 

fiscal. 
Railway, Renfrew. Renfrew road — David Donaldson, station-master. 
Railway, G. & P. Joint Line, County place — D. M'Kinlay, superintendent. 
Railway, Caledonian, G. & P., and Greenock Section, County Place — 

Daniel M'Kinlay, goods and passenger agent. 
Renfrewshire Militia, barracks, Williainsburgh — L. B. Barr, quarter- 
master. 
Savings Bank, 14 Gilmour Street — John M'Gown, actnary. 
Sheriff Clerk, County buildings — Hugh Dempster, Clerk — Thomas 

M 'Arthur, depute-clerk. 
Stamps, 6 High street— .William M'Intyre, distributor. 
Taxes— Burgh Poor, 8 New Sneddon— James Renfrew, collector. 

„ Police, County buildings — James Adam, treasurer and collector. 

„ Water, County buildings — James Adam, treasurer and collector. 

,, Prison and Road, County Buildings — James Adam, treasurer and 
collector. 

„ Rogue Money, 33 Old Sneddon — Ja. Caldwell, collector. 

„ Income. 1 Cotton street— James S. Smiles, surveyor. 

„ Income, 6 High street — William M'Intyre, sub-collector. 
Town Clerk— County Buildings — William Hodge, clerk. 
Union Bank of Scotland, 3 Gilmour street — William Abercrombie, agent. 



APPENDIX. 22S 



Paisley and Renfrew Railway. 

Trains run between Paisley and Renfrew about every two hours. 
Station — Renfrew Road. Station-master — David Donaldson. 

G-lasg^w and Paisley Joint Line. 

County Place. 

Manager and Secretary — Alexander Cowan. 
iSuperintenchiit — Daniel M'Kinlay. 

Inspector — John Woodrow. 
M'Fadyen & Co., carting- agents. 

Caledonian Railway. 

Chairman — Thomas Hill. 

General Manager — James Smithells. Goods Manager — James Thompson. 

Secretary — Archibald Gibson. 

Superintendent at Paisley — Daniel M'Kinlay. 

Caledonian Co., carting agents. 

G-lasf ow and Soiitli-"Western Rail77ay, 

-, Chairinan — Sir Andrew Orr, Glasgow. 

General Manager — William Johnstone. Secretary — J. W. Wainwright. 

Goods Manager — D. Dickie. 

Superintendent at Paisley — Daniel M'Kinlay. 

M'Fadyen & Co., carting agents. 

G-lasgow, Paisley, and Ardrossan Canal. 

Canal Wharf, 18, Canal Street. 
Secretary — W. J. Waiuwright, No. 14, Bridge Street, Glasgow. 
Manager — Hugh Clark, Canal Office, Paisley. 
Regular Trading Boats start every lawful day near uiidernoted hours — 

(Extra Boats to suit convenience of Parties') 
Port-Eglintou to Paisley, 6 and 9 a m , 12 and 3 p.m. 
Port-Eglinton to Johnstone, 6 a.m. and 12 noon. 
Paisley to Port-Eglinton, half -past 7 and 10 a.m., 2 and 4 ■p.m.. 
Paisley to Johnstone, 6 a.m. 11 a m. and 5 p.m. 
Johnstone to Paisley, 9 a.m. 6 a.m. and 2 p.m. 

Goods to be on uhe Wharf an hour before time of sailing. 
Canal Office, 18 Canal Street. 
For rates of carriage, or other particulars, apply to Thomas Smithy 
receiving clerk, Canal Office, 9 Ann Street^ Glasgow. 
William Lamont, goods agent. Canal Basin, Port-Eglinton. 
James Alcorn, Do. Do. Paisley. 

John Sharp, Do. Do. Johnstone, 

with any of whom orders may be left and inquiries made relative to 
the carrj'ing trade. 



224 APPENDIX. 

Carriers' Quarters. 

All Parts of the World — M'Fayden & Co., Goods Station, Greenlaw. 
do. — Charles Eobb & Co., do. 

BaiThead and Neilston — Arrives Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday ; de- 
parts same days — George Hamilton, 71 Causeyside. 

Beitk — Arrives Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday ; departs same days — 
North British Inn, 29 High Street. 

Beith and Kilbirnie — Arrives Tuesday, Friday ; departs same days 
— James Gray, at Lockie's, 12 Causeyside. 

Dairy — Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays ; departs same days — George 
Sloan, from George Lockie's, 5 George Street. 

Glasgow— Axxives and departs daily — George Lockie, 12 Causeyside; 
James Lockie, 91 Causeyside ; J. M'-Nair & Co., 14 
Thread Street.. Railway Parcel OfBce, Railway 
Station. 

HoiLston—Axvive?, Tuesday, Friday ; departs same days — Peter Kean, 
A. H. Park, Cross. 

Houston — Arrives and departs on Thursdays — Mackay, George Hotel. 

Johnstone — Arrives and departs daily — Robert Laugmuir, 91 Causey- 
side. 

Kilbarchan — Arrives Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Fridays ; departs 
same days — Robert Stevenson, at John Bell's, 12 
Causeyside. 

Kilmarnock — Arrives and departs Tuesdays aad Thursdays — James 
Smith, from John Bell's, 12 Causeyside. 

Mid-Town Field — Arrives and departs daily — John M'Nab & Co. 

Various Places — Railway Parcel Office, Railway Station. 

Burying Grounds, Grave Diggers, &c. 

Abbey Church — Henry M'Pherson, Superintendent of Abbey Burying 

Ground, 4 Smithhills. 
Abbey Close United Presbyterian Church — James Galbraith, 5 Abbey 

close. 
Canal Street United Presbyterian Church — James Nimmo, officer and 

sexton, 118 George street. 
Cemetery, 58 Broomlands — John Murray, Superintendent of Paisley 

Cemetery Burying Gfounds, 68 Broomlands. 
Gaelic Church — Daniel Robertson, 13 Oakshaw Street. 
High and Low Churches — David Thomson, 13 School Wynd. 
Martyrs' Church, 60 Broomlands. Now united to Cemetery Grounds.. 

Apply to John Murray, superintendent, 58 Broomlands. 
Oakshaw Street United Presbyterian Church — Joseph A. Falconer,. 

Meeting-house Brae. 
Reformed Presbyterian Church — Daniel Robertson, 13 Oakshaw 

street 
Thread Street United Presbyterian Church — Wm. Sorely, 10 Thread. 

street. 
Trinity Church — Edward Graham, 74 Love Street. 
South Church— Alex. Robertson, Neilston Road.. 



APPENDIX. 225 



POST OFFICE, 9 ^ilmour Street. 



ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES OF MAILS. 

Arrives. 

7 a.m. London, England, and Foreign 
8.5 a.m. Do. Do. 

7 a.m. Ireland, Nortli and South 
8.5 a.m. Do. Do. 

7 a.m. Glasgow _ . - 

8.5 a.m. Do. - 
11.16 a.m. Do. - - - - 

3.20 p.m. Do. - 
6.10 p.m. Do. - 

7 a.m. Edinburgh _ - - 

11.16 a.m. Do. - 
3.20 p.m. Do. - 
6.10 pm. Do. - 

7 a.m. North of Scotland 
8.20 p.m. Do. - 

7 a.m. South of Scotland 
11.16 a.m. Do. . - - - 

6.10 p.m. Do. - - - 

7 a.m. Greenock and Port Glasgow - 
11.20 a.m. Do. - - - 

— Do. - 

5.15 p.m. Do. _ - - 

8.43 p.m. Do. - 

3 p.m. Bishopton _ - _ 

7 a.m. West Highlands 
2.30 p.m. Johnstone _ _ _ 

Lochwinnoch - - - 

12.45 p.m. Johnstone and Lochwinnoch - 
6.40 p.m. Do. Lochwin., Beith, and Dairy, 
9.50 p m. Do. Do. Do. and Howwood 
6.40 p.m. Ayrshire _ _ _ 

8.5 a.m. Do. _ _ _ 

12.40 p.m. Do. - - - 

Kilmarnock - - _ 

6.30 p.m. Elderslie, Quarrelton, and Howood 

10 a.m. Renfrew _ - _ 

3.30 p.m. Do. _ - _ 

6.45 p.m. Do. _ - _ 

2.30 p.m. Linwood _ _ _ 

Town Deliveries — 7, 9, a.m., 3.45 



Letters must be registered half an hour previous to the time of Bo:;; 
closing, except in the case of the first mail to Ayr, Kihiiaruock, &c., 
which should be registered the evening before. On payment of an 
extra fee of 4d. letters may still be registered for half an hour later 
in most cases. 

Delivery by letter carriers begins at 7 a.m. (England and Scotland^ 



Closes. 


Despatch. 


- 4.30 p.m. 


5 p.m. 


- 8.10 p.m. 


8.38 p.m. 


- 7.45 p m. 


8.5 p.m. 


- 8.10 p.m. 


8.35 p.m. 


- 10.40 a.m. 


10.50 a.m. 


- 12.40 p m. 


12.50 p.m. 


- 4.30 p.m. 


5 p.m. 


- 5.45 p.m. 


5.55 p.m. 


10 p.m. 


10 p.m. 


- 10.40 a.m. 


10.50 a.m. 


- 12.40 p.m. 


12.50 p.m. 


- 8.10 p.m. 


8.35 p.m. 


10 p.m. 


10 p.m. 


- 5.45 p.m. 


5.55 p.m. 


10 p.m. 


10 p.m. 


- 12.40 p.m. 


12.50 p.m. 


- 8.10 p.m. 


8.35 p.m. 


10 p.m. 


10 p.m. 


- 7.40 a.m. 


7.45 a.m. 


- 10.50 a.m. 


11 a.m. 


- 2.50 p.m. 


3 p.m. 


- 5.50 p.m. 


6 p.m. 


10 p m. 


10 p.m. 


10 p.m. 


10 p.m. 


- 5.45 p.m. 


5.55 p.m. 


9 a.m. 


915 a.m. 


- 10.30 a.m. 


10.40 a.m. 


- 4.15 p.m. 


4.30 p.m. 


- 4.15 p.m. 


4.30 p.m. 


10 p.m. 


10 p.m. 


7 a.m. 


7.10 a.m. 


- 4.15 p.m. 


4.30 p.m. 


- 5.45 p.m. 


5.55 p.m. 


- 3.15 p.m. 


3.30 p.m. 


10 p.m. 


6.30 a.m. 


10 p.m. 


6 a.m. 


- 8.30 a.m. 


9 a.m. 


- 3.30 p.m. 


3.45 p.m. 


10 p.m. 


6 a.m. 


5, 7, p.m. 





226 APPENDIX. 



North of Ireland, Greenock, &c.) 9 a.m. (London, Ayrshire, South 
of Ireland, &c.) 3.45 p.m. (Edinburgh, Glasgow, Greenock, Ayr, 
&c.) 7 p.m. (Greenock, Glasgow, Ayr, &c.)] 
SUNDAY MAILS. 

Despatch of letters, &c., for London, England, Foreign, Glasgow, 
Edinburgh, Ireland, Greenock, Port-Glasgow, Ayrshire, &c., 6.15 p.m. 

Delivery of letters to Callers, London, England, Foreign, Glasgow, 
Edinburgh, Greenock, Port-Glasgow, &c., from 8 a.m. till 10 a.m., at 
the Office. No arrivals from Ireland delivered on Sunday. 

No delivery by Letter Carriers on Sunday. On Fast Days one de- 
livery, commencing at 9 a.m.. Office open on Sundays from 8 a.m. 
till 10 a.m., and on Fast Days from 9 a.m. till 10.45 a.m., and from 
7 till 8 p.m. 

Letters are collected from the Eeceiving Office, 28 Wellmeadow 
Street, and from the Pillar Boxes at Causeyside Street, Bank Street, 
and St. James Street, at 10.30 a.m., 4 p.m., 6 p.m., and 9 p.m. No 
Collections on Sundays. 

Money Orders are granted and paid from 9 a.m. till 6 a.m. Savings 
Bank, and Government Life Insurance Annuity Business transacted 
during same hours. And on Saturdays from 9 a.m. till 8 p.m. On 
Sundays and Fast Days no business of this description is done. 

Office open from 1st March to 31st Octobei", on Week Days at 7 
a.m. ; and during the remaining months at 7.30. It is always closed at 
9 p.m. On Sunday the Office is open only from 8 a.m. till 10 a.m., 
but the letter box remains open as on other days. 

Clerks — A. Logan, 16 George Street ; E. B. Young, 11 Sandholes ; 
W. Smith, 145 George Street. i 

Stampers— Thomas Stevenson, 9 St Mirren Street ; John Picken, 1 
26 Storie Street. 

Letter Carriers — Alexander Christie, 89 Causeyside ; James Eraser, 
35 George Street ; James S weenie, 38 Causeyside ; Duncan Anderson, 
35 George Street. 

Auxiliary Letter Carriers — George "Wallace, 38 Lady Lane ; George 
Begg, 13 School Wynd ; James Christie, 89 Causeyside Street ; David 
Sweenie, 4 Stock Street ; Andrew Dreghorn, 136 George Street ; 
Charles M'Dougall, 60 High Street ; John Ljde, 21 Stock Street ; H. 
M'Pherson, 4 Old Smithhills Street. 

Messengers — Howwood — John Erskine, 41 George Street. Ful- 
wood — Eobert Eay, 61 High Street. Eenfrew — John Morton, Een- 
frew. Gateside — Matthew Robertson, 17 Back Sneddon. 

FEANCIS DEANS, Postmaster. 



Postal Regulations. 

Letters under ^ oz., prepaid. Id I Letters under ^ oz., unpaid, 2d 

„ „ 1 oz., „ 2d I „ „ 1 oz., „ 4d 

„ „ 1| oz., „ 3d I „ „ 11 oz., „ 6d 

„ „ 2 oz., „ 4d I „ ?) 2 oz., „ 8d 

„ „ 2i oz., „ od I „ „ 2^ oz„ „ lOd 

And so on, increasing Id per ^ ounce or fraction of an ounce. No 



APPENDIX. 227 



limit exists as to the weight of Paid Letters, but Unpaid Letters must 
Bot exceed four ounces, and no Inland Letter must exceed 24 inches 
any way. 

Ee-directed Letters are liable to new rates of postage, but though 
the new postage should not be paid ou the re-posting of the Letter, it 
will be charged only the pre-paid rate on delivery. 

Newspapers with Impressed Stamp sent by post must be made up 
in covers open at the ends, having the stamp visible. They may be 
transmitted and re-transmitted through the post within the United 
Kingdom, free of postage, for 15 days from the date of publication. 

Newspapers for Foreign parts and Colonies, if posted later than 15 
days after publication, are charged Lett&r postage. 

Books, &c. — Printed Books, Pamphlets, Magazines, Eeviews, &c., 
whether British, Foreign, or Colonial, may be forwarded by post be- 
tween places in the United Kingdom (made up in the same manner as 
newspapers), if prepaid in stamps, at the following rates : — 

Under 4 oz., Id. ; under 8 oz., 2d. ; under 12 oz. 3d. ; under 16 oz. 
4d. And Id. for every additional 4 oz. ; no parcel to exceed 24 inches 
any way, but may contain any number of separate Books, Maps, or 
Prints, and any quantity of Paper, Vellum, or Parchment, and may be 
either printed, written, or plain. 

Books, if prepaid in Stamps, are also forwarded by packet, if un- 
written on inside or in the cover, at the rate of 3d and 4d under 4 oz. 
to Britisii Colonies. 

The British registration fee on every registered letter posted in the 
United Kingdom addressed to any British Colony or Foreign Country 
is now 4d. 

The same reduction has taken place in the fee chargeable on any 
newspaper or book packet addressed to a British Colony or to the 
Kingdom of Italy, which the senders may desire to register. 

Registered letters, however, addressed to France, or to any Foreign 
Country, the correspondence of which is sent in the French mail, will 
continue chargeable with a registration fee of the same amount as the 
postage to which they are liable. 



Inland. EevenTie Oi^ce. 

24 Orchard Street. 

Supervisors. 

J. F. Otter and Alfred Churcher. 

Ojiceis. 



Braund, John, 64 Storie Street 
Churcher, Alfred, 33 Oakshaw 

Street, (Supervisor) 
Coiiacher, James, 8 Moss Street 
Galvin, John, 54 Storie Street 
Hall, John, 14 Barclay Street 
Harper, Alexander, 37 Causeyside 
Harris, Eichard, 2 Saucel 
Lysaght, Thomas, 1 Smithhills 



M'Clintock, W. A., 8 High Street 
Matheson, John, 5 George Street 
Murphy, Patrick, 92 New Sneddon 
Nicholas, Francis, 24 Orchard St. 
Otter, John Frudd, 24 Orchard 

Street, (Supervisor) 
Oxley, H. W., 14 Barclay Street 
Robertson, Peter, 19 Abbey Close 



228 APPENDIX. 



Paisley and ^las^o"^ Omnildus Traf^c. 

Omnibuses run between Paisley and Glasgow several times every- 
day. Start from the Cross during the week, and from the Abbey gate 
on Sunday. 



Henfre-^^shire Militia 

Sir E. J. M. Napier, Bart., Lieutenant-Colonel, Commandant. 
Major — Jas. Lowndes. 
Captains. 



E. W. Young, 

A. Boyd, 

H. B. Dunlop, 



Henriquez Melhado, 
Eobert T. N. Speir, 
Eobert Anderson. 



Lieutenants. 

E. L. M'Dougall, G. L. Houstoun, J. S. Wilson, W. H. Maxwell, Chae, 

Cunningham, Earnest Smith, Lord Glenorchy, Henry Macdowall. 

Captain William Forrest, Adjutant. 

James Hutchison, Surgeon. Thomas Graham, M.D., Assistant-Surgeon. 

L. B. Barr, Quartermaster. G. Young, Sergeant-Major. 

John Young, Quartermaster-Sergt. 

Alexander Dickson, Paymaster-Sergeant. 

Colour-Sergeant, George Anderson. 

S taff -Barracks — Williamsburgh. 



Fire Brigades. 

BURGH BRIGADE. 

James Gillespie, Superintendent ... 43 Moss street. 

John Sillars, Branchman ... ... 35 New street. 

A. Stevenson, Branchman ... ... 6 Moss street, 

John Gillespie, Fireman ... ... 43 Moss street. 

Archibald Steen, do. 13 Prussia street. 

J. Hope, do. 17 Moss street. 

Allan Stevenson, do. ... .. 3 Canal street. 

. R. Menzies, do. 3 Walneuk. 

■WEST OP ENGLAND BRIGADE. 

Noble Campbell, Captain, 19 Old Smithhills. 

Daniel Smith, Branchman, ... ... 101 High street. 

John M'Ghee, do. 12 Moss street. 

Wm. Forsyth, do. 25 High street. 

COMMISSIONEE IN lEELAND TO ADMINISTEE OATHS 
FOE COUETS OF CHANCEEY, PEOBATE, AND BANK- 
EUPTCY IN ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND. 

GEORGE K. SMITH, Solicitor. 
Office— The Castle, Belfast. 



APPENDIX. 



229 



Paisley Artizans' Institution. 



Instituted 1847. 

President — John Jaap, Esq. 

Honorary President — The Earl of Glasgow. 

Vice-Presidents — Bailie Cochran, J. Anderson, and David Fleming. 

Honorai-y Vice-Presidents — 
Sir Peter Ooa,ts, Colonel Campbell, H. E. Crum-Ewing, M.P,, ex- 
Provost Macfarlane, and Thomas Coats, Esq. 
Treasurer — James Brown, City of Glasgow Bank, 
Joint Secretaries — Thomas MacEobert and H. S. Edmonds, 
Janitor— George Cuthbertson. 



Mr J. Forsyth, 

— Eobert Wilson, 

— Wm. MacKean, 
Eev. John Crouch, 
Mr David Fleming, 

■ — J. M. Symington, 



DmECTORS. 

Mr David Duncan, 

— Wm. Worthington, 

— A. Foulds, jun., 

— James Watson, 

— J. Stewart, 

— Wm. M 'II wrick. 



Mr John Andrews, 

— Eobert Yuill, 

— Eobert Fisher, 

— James M'Ghee, 

— Eobert Eisk, 

— Robert Brown. 



LOCAL BOAKD OF EXAMINERS POR SOCIETY OF ARTS. 

Chairman — Thos. Coats, Esq. 
^- Secretary — Eev. John Crouch. 

Provost Murray, 
James Eeid, Esq., 



Rev. Jas. C. Lees, 

— G. C. Hutton, 

— G, M'Kune, 

— A. Henderson, 
Dr Brunton, 

Dr Graham, 

Class 



William MacKean, Esq. 
Jas. J. Lamb, Esq., 
John Lorimer, Esq. 



Committee Ex Ojkiis. 

COMMITTEES. 

Literary — *Fleming, Worthington, Yuill, Crouch, Anderson, Stewart, 

and Edmonds. 
Library — "Worthington, Edmonds, Brown, Carswell, Fleming, 

Anderson, and Forsyth. 
Lecture — *Stewart, Forsyth, Fisher, Brown, Fleming, MacKean. and 

Robert Eisk. 
Bath — *J. Watson, M'Ghee, Yuill, M^Ilwrick, E. Brown, Eisk, and 

Anderson. 
Class — * Anderson, Crouch, Worthington, Edmonds, Eisk, Fleming, 

and Brown. 
Finance — *Brown, M'Ghee, Fleming, Anderson, Watson, Stewart, 

and Duncan. 
Amusement — *Forsyth, Fisher, Duncan, Watson, M'llwrick, Carswell, 

and Andrews. 
Property — *Duncan, M'llwrick, M'Ghee, E.Brown, Watson, Carswell, 

and Fisher. 
Eoom-letting — J. Jaap, Esq., President. 

Those marked (*) are Conveners. 
V 



230 



APPENDIX. 



PT7BLZC SCHOOLS AITS TEACHEES 



GOVERNMENT SCHOOL OF DESIGN. 

President — David Murray. Vice-President — Bailie Watson. 

Treasurer — William Abercrombie. 

Ordinary Directors. 



Messrs Matthew Scott, 
George Masson, 
Jolan Morgan, 
Archd. Hutchison, 
Eobert Brown. 
Archibald Craig, 



Messrs P. Comyn Macgregor, 
William Philips, 
James Robertson, 
■ Thomas Coats, 
James J. Lamb, 
Robert Guthrie. 



William Stewart, Master. 
..William Hodge, Honorary Secretary. 



PAISLEY EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION SCHOOLS. 

Instituted 1835-36. 
William Hodge, Esq., President. 
Matthew Scott, Esq., Vice-President. 
Matthew Scott, Esq., Treasurer. 
Rev. John Martin, Secretary and Correspondent. 
Directors. 



Messrs James Barclay, 

Archibald Mackenzie, 
James Robertson, 
George Fairley, 
Archibald Craig, 
Eobert Richardson, 



Messrs Wm. Abercrombie, 
David Campbell, 
Robert Wilson, 
Rev. Robert Duncan, 

Christopher M'Kune, 



Mrs Hodge, 
,, Wotherspoon, 
„ Barclay, 



Ladies' Committee. 
Mrs Abercrombie, 
„ D. Campbell, 
,, Martin, 



Miss Scott, 
„ Thompson, 
„ Craig, 
„ Richardson, 



Teachers. 

Carbrook Street — Mr Geo. Dick. I George Street — Mr C. D. Wason. 

Causeyside — Mr Alexander Tagg. | Seedhill — Mr William Harkness- 

New Sneddon — Mr Horace W. Dickie. 



HUTCHISON'S CHARITF SCHOOL- Orr Street. 

Instituted (built) 1821. 

Dii-ectors. 

The Provost, Bailies, and Treasurer of the Burgh. One member of 

each of the three Kirk Sessions of the Town Parishes. The Preees 

of the Merchants' Society. The Box-Master of the Old Weavers' 

Society, and the Chairman of the Paisley Parochial Board. 

John Campbell, teacher. 



APPENDIX. 231 



PAISLEY GRAMMAE SCHOOL AND ACADEMY— 
OAK.SHAW Street. 
Under the Management of the Provost, Magistrates, and Town Council^ 
and a Committee of Subscribers to the Erection of the Academy 
Buildings. 

Founded by Charter from King James VI., 1578. 

Re-built with full accommodation for a complete Academy, 1863. 

Directors. 

Appointed by the Town CounciL 



David Murray, Provost 
Richard Watson, Bailie. 
Alex. H. Park, „ 

John Fisher, „ 

Robert Cochran, ., 
William Russell, Treasurer. 

Appointed by the Subscribers 

Robert Brown, 

Thomas Coats, 

Stewart Clark, 



David Campbell, Councillor, 
Matthew Scott, „ 

William Jamieson, „ 
Robert Eaglesim, „ 
William Morrison, 



P. Comyn Macgregor. 
William Philips, 
Dr M'Kechnie. 



Teachers. 
William Brunton, LL-D., Rector of the Grammar School, Teacher of 

Ancieiit Languages. 
Mons. Nicolas Meyer, Teacher of Modern Languages- 
David Glass, M.A., T.C.D., Teacher of Writing, Arthmetic, and 

Mathematics. 
David Donaldson, Teacher of English, assisted by John Gorrie. 
Miss Mary Hannington, Initiatory Class, and Industrial Needleworks 
Mr James Mayer, Teacher of Music. 



THE JOHN NEILSON ENDOWMENT EDUCATIONAL 

INSTITUTION— OAKSHAWHEA.D. 

Opened 2d April, 1852. 

Trustees. 

Thomas Risk, Archibald Hodge, Archibald Gardner. 

Secretaries — Archibald and J. N. Gardner, 3 County Place. 

Teachers. 

Mr John Laidlaw. I Mr Thomas Kerr. 

Mr John G. Thomson. | Mr David Hamilton. 

Mr John Johnstone, M.A., 

Tutor in Classics, Mathematics, and Literature, including Advanced 

Composition. 

Miss Shepherd — Infant School. 

Miss Richmond — Sewing and Domestic Economy. 

French and German — Mr Johnstone. 

Drawing — Mr William Stewart and Assistants. 

Music — Mr William M. Millar. 

T vvelve Pupil Teachers. 

Janitor and Teacher of Gymnastics — Mr David Anderson, 



232 APPENDIX. 



MISS KIBBLE'S REFORMATORY INSTITUTION— 

Greenock Eoad. 

Opened 1st August, 1859. 

Trustees and Managers. 

The Minister of the First Charge 
of the Abbey Parish of Paisley 
The Minister of the High Churchy 
Parish of Paisley 
AH for the time being. 
Matthew Scott^ Esq., Paisley, Chairman. 
Thoma& Risk, Esq., Barrhead | David Murray, Esq., Paisley. 

William Abercrombie, Esq., Paisley. 
John M'lnnes, Secretary and Treasurer. 
John Rae, Governor. | Mrs Eae, Matron. 



The Sheriff of Renfrewshire 
The Sheriff-Substitute at Paisley 
The Provost of Paisley 



PAISLEY GIRLS' REFORMATORY & INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, 

79 New Sneddon Street. 

President — Wm. Philips, Esq. of Crossflat.. 

Treasurer^ — Wm. Abercrombie, Esq. 

Secretaries — Hodge, Youngs & Martin. 

Superintendent — Thomas Reid. Matron — Mrs Reid, 

Acting Committee. 



Provost Murray 
Bailies Watson 
Park 
Fisher 
Cochran 
Treasurer Russell 
Messrs William Philips 

Wm. Abercrombie 
Hugh Macfarlane 
Matthew Scott 
William Hodge 
A. R. Pollock 



Messrs Thomas Coats 
James Johnston 
James Arthur 
Robert Eaiglesim 
William Coats 
J. Millar^ manufacturer 
George Hart 
David Gilmour 
James Caldwell 
Revs. A. Henderson 
Wm. Eraser 
James Dodds 



DEAF AND DUMB INSTITUTION. 

Instituted 1817. 

William Philips, President | Sir Peter Coats, Treasurer, 

Archibald Gardner, Secretary, 3 County Place. 

Twelve Directors. 

Medical Directors — Drs W. M'Kechnie and Richmond, 



ABBEY PARISH SCHOOL, 6 Thread Street. 
William Dickie, teacher. 



FREE SOUTH SCHOOL, Stevenson Street: 

George Menzies, Senior department. 

Miss Qrr, Junior Department. 



APPENDIX. 233 



PAISLEY FEMALE SCHOOLS OF INDUSTRY, 

in connection with the Church of Scotland. 

Instituted 1845. 

Presideut-^Mrs Campbell of Blythswood. 

Vice-President — Mrs BroWn, Underwood Pai*k. 

Treasurer — Mrs Hodgej Orr Square. 

Secretary — Miss Mann^ OakshawhilL 

With eight of an acting committee. 

Hunter Street SchooL 

Miss Hamilton, Teadher ; Miss Weir, Assistant. 

Abbey Street School. 

Miss Ross, Teacher j Miss Robertson, Assistant. 



FREE ST. GEORGES' MISSION SCHOOL, Marshall's Lane. 

William Brownridge, Teacher. 
Miss Mungle, Infant Department. 



FEMALE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, Hunter Street- 

Miss Hamilton, Teacher. 



c THE DICKSON SCHOOL, WilhamjBurgh. 

Instituted 1847. 

Directors. 

Rev. J. Ci Lees, I Rev. James Dodds, 

„ Christopher M'Kune, | „ John Martin, 

ReVi Robert Duncan. 

Miss Stirling, Teacher. 



INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, Queen Street. 

Miss Adam, Teacher. 
Assistant — Miss Hutcheson. 

INFANT TRAINING SCHOOL, ll Lawn S*reet 

Instituted 1835. 

Rev. J. 0. Lees, President. 

Directors. 

Rev. Christopher M'Eune, | Rev. Robert Duncan. 

Rev. John Martin. 

Miss Hair, Teacher. 



TRINITY EPISCOPAL SCHOOL, 11 St. James Place. 
James Gordon, Teacher. 



CATHOLIC SCHOOL, 18 School Wynd. 

James Hill, for Boys. Miss Cj Morgan, fof Girls. 

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234 



AttENDlS. 



THE STOW SCHOOLS. 
Mrs Pollock, President. Miss Barclay, Treasurer. 

Mrs MacKean, Secretary. 
Committee. 
Mrs E. Eobertson, 
,, JoliD Poison, 
„ H. Clark, 
Miss Pollock, 
„ Arbucklej 
King 



Mrs Greenlees, 
„ Peter Kerr, 
„ Lochhead, 
„ Hutchison, 
„ Laingj 



Mrs Williamson, 
Miss Nairn, 

„ Symington, 

„ Millar, 
Sharp, 



Poison, 



I'eachers, Misses Brown and Dalziel. 



READING ROOMS. 



Faisler Coffee noom— 107 Higrli Street, Cross. 

COMMITTEE OF PEOPEIETOBS. 



William Hodge, Convener^ 

James Caldwell, Treasurer. John Bartlemore, Secretary. 

Directors. 

Messrs Daniel Macfarlane, 
Eobert M'Kechnie, 
Alexander Hart, 
Joseph Whitehead, 
Eobert Clark. 
John Baird, 



Messrs James Monteath 
J. J. Lamb, 
Dr M'Kechnie, 
Eobert Macfarlane, 
Francis Martin, 
Archibald Gardner, 
John M'Innes, 

COMMITTEE OF LESSEES, 
James Caldwell, Chairman. 



Eobert B. Hair, Treasurer. 
Messrs Wm. M'Intyre, jun., 
Robert Brown, 
Andrew Brown, 
James H. Dunn, 
James M'Naughtan, 
John FuUerton, 
Stewart Clark, 
Patrick C. Macgregor, 
Eobert Wingate, Keeper. 



John Bartlemore, Secretary. 
Messrs James J. Lamb, 
John Walker, 
Eobert Macfarlane, 
Alexander Begg, 
Eobert Brodie Hair, 
Archibald C. Holms, 
George Hart. 

Open from 8 a.m. till 10 P.M. 



"West-End Eeadingr Hoom. 

84 Broomlands Street, and 26 Wellmeadow. Instituted 1st Feb., 1850. 

John Eobertson, President. 

John Kirk, Treasurer. James E. M'Fadyen, Secretary. 

Members of Committee. 

Messrs Matthew Rodger, William Whiteford, Thomas Millar, John 

Caldwell, William Eobertson, John Reid. 

David Brown, Keeper, 2 Well Street. 



APPENDIX. 235 



SOCIETIES, &c. 



Eeli^ioiis Societies. 



PAISLEY YOUNG MEN'S SABBATH MOBNING 
ASSOCIATION. 
Instituted 1833, 
For prayer and religions improvement, the different branches meeting 
in the following places every Sabbath morniDg at a quarter to ten 
o'clock :— Free High Church Session House, Free Middle Church 
Session House, George Street U.P. Church Session House, Canal 
Street U.P. Church Session House, and Free South Church Session 
House. 

Honorary President, Eev. Alex. Pollock. 

President, R. W. Muir. Vice-President, David Buchanan. 

Secretary, Eobert Niven. Treasurer, Peter Pollock. 



^ PAISLEY YOUNG MEN'S BIBLE INSTITUTE. 

Presidents, Rev. "William Eraser, and John Johnston, M.A. 

Vice-President, John Millar. 

Treasurer, John Currie. Secretary, J. Black. 



PAISLEY FEMALE EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY. 

tTnder thesuperintendence of Ministers of various Evangelical deruminations. 

President, Mrs Thomson. 

Secretary, Miss A. M. Symington. 

Treasurer, Mrs Baird, St. James Street. 

Acting Committee. 
The President, Treasurer, and Secretary. 



Mrs France, 

„ Fraser, 

„ Mackintosh, 

„ Henderson, 

„ Hutton, 

„ Glazy, 

„ Macgregor, 

„ Brown, 

„ M'Indoe, 

„ W. MacKean, 

„ Geo. Hamilton, 

„ Paterson, 



Mrs Allison, 
„ Paton, 
,, Graham, 
„ Lamberton, 
„ Cruickshank, 
„ John M'Gown, 

MisB M. Symington,. 
„ Pollock, 
., Clark, 
„ E. Gardner, 
„ J. Symington, 
„ Blair. 



236 



At>PENDlX. 



PAISLEY SOCIETY FOR THE MONTHLY DISTEIBUTION 

OF TRACTS. 

Instituted 1833. 

Offlce-Bearers. 

President, Rev. John Thomson. 

Vice-Presidents, Rev. Wm. France and Rev. J- C. Lees. 

Directors. 



ReA 



William Fraser, 
George C. Hutton, 
George Clazy, 
James Brown, 
Oliver Flett, 
John Martin^ 
William M'Indoe, 
C. M'Kune, 
Andrew Elder, 
Adam Dunlop, 
Robert Dunlop, 
John Croudh, 
Robert Duncan. 
J. D. Stewart. 
J. B. Sturrock. 



Sir Peter Coftts^ 
Provost Murray, 
Mr Hugh Macfarlace, 
„ William Philips, 
,j John Brown, 
„ John M'lnnes, 
„ Archibald Hutchison^ 
,5 Archibald Gardner, 
,j William MacKean, 
„ John Lorimer, 
„ James Clark, juu., 
„ Alex. Pollock, jun.) 
j, Wm. Poison, 
,. Daniel Richmond, M.D. 



And all Ministers of the GbSpel who are Members of the Society- 

Treasurer, Mr John M^'Gown. 

Secretaries, Mr James Stewart and Mr Thomas Muir. 

Committee of Management. 



Mr 



Rev. John Thomson, 
„ Alexander Pollock, jun^ 
„ A. Henderson, 
„ John Ren wick, 
„ James Dodd's. 

John Gibb, 

Thomas Lauder^ 

Wm. Aitken, 

R. Crawford, 

J. M. Symington, 

Alexander Gardner, 

Thomas Retson, 

The Treasurer and Secretary. 



Mr Robert Kerr, 

„ Archibald Hodge, 

„ Hamilton Crawford, 

„ David Campbell, 

,-, G. W. Macalpine, 

„ John Lochhead, 

„ Robert Cunningham, 

j, David Duncan^ 

„ Robert Eaglesim, 

„ John Ballantyue, 

„ Wm. Brownlie. 



CHARLESTON MISSION DISTRICT. 

Instituted 1861. 

School ftoom, 1 Carriagehill.- 

Public Worship conducted every Sabbath evening at seven o'clock 

every Sabbath forenoon at half-past eleven ; and every 

Thursday evening at half-past eight. 

President,' John Brown, Thrushcraig. Treasurer, William Brown, 

Secretary, John Ballantyne. Missionary, James Finkertou. 



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237 



THE PAISLEY LADIES SANITARY ASSOCIATION. 

IN CONNECTION WITH THE LADIES' SANITAKY ASSOCIATION IN LONDON- 

President— Mrs Thos. Coats, Ferguslie House. 

Vice-president — Mrs James Arthur, Barshaw House. 

Treasurer — Mrs Dalziel, Wester Carriagehill. 

Secretary — Mrs Robertson, Castlehead. 



Mrs Yuill, Saucel Bank 

„ T. W. Alpine, Castlehead 

„ R. Brown, Underwood Park 

„ A. Pollock, Riccartsbar House 

J, Caldwell, 56 High Street 

„ Erskine, 41 George street 

,, Eraser, Underwood 

„ Hutton, Mount Pleasant 

„ Poison, Gauze street 

„ Barbour, Saucel Bank 



Committee. 
Mrs 



Miss 



Clark, Corryville 
Richmond, New street 
Taylor, St. James place 
Young, St. James place 
James Johnston, Oakshaw 
M'Farlane, Gilmour street 
Sharp, Beecham House 
Macgregor, Lonend House 
Watson, Love street 



PAISLEY LADIES' ASSOCIATION FOR PROMOTING FEMALE 
EDUCATION IN INDIA. 

(In particular, for support of schools at Ambrolie Lane, under tiie 

charge of Dr and Mrs Wilson, Bombay.) 

Instituted 1838. 

Mrs Arthur, president, 

Miss Mary Dennistoun, and Miss W. Muir, Secretaries. 

Mrs John Barclay, Treasurer. 

Committees. 



Lady Coats, Woodside, 
Mrs Archibald Gardner, 

„ Thomson, 

„ Hunter, 

„ Paton, 

„ Coats, Ferguslie, 

„ T. Greenlees, 

., M'Kean, 

„ Boyd, 

„ Dalziel, 

„ Kerr, Underwood 

„ Hamilton, 

„ Laing, 

„ Mackintosh, 

„ Allison, 

„ Barclay, 

„ Eraser, 

Meetings of the committee are held on the first Tuesdays of 
February, May, and November, at 12 o'clock, in the Free High Chureh, 



Mrs Pollock, Riccartsbar, 

„ Morgan, 

„ Sturrock, 
Miss E. Dennistoun, 

„ C. Muir, 

„ Pollock, 

„ Brough, 

„ Lang, Houston 

„ Greenlees, 

„ Watson, 

„ Laird, 

„ Paton, 

n King, 

„ Macgregor, 

„ Ure, 

„ Sharp, 

„ Macalister. 



238 



APPENDIX. 



PAISLEY SABBATH SCHOOL UNION. 

Instituted 1798. 

President, Mr J. M. Symington. 

"Vice-Presidents, Messrs Frank Martin and James Erskine. 

Treasurer, Mr John Lymburn. 

Secretaries, Messrs John F. Orichton and Henry M. Johnstone. 

Directors. 



Messrs G. W. Macalpine, 
David Boag, 
Allan Coats, 
John M'Dougall, 
Archd. Hogg, 
Hamilton Crawford, 
Robert Lochhead, 
A. Jardine, 
James Pinkerton 



Messrs Eobert Macfarlane, 
James M'Lean, 
L. Mackinnon, 
James Paterson, 
David C. Pollock, 
James Jack, 
John Parlane, 
Thomas Kerr, 
Peter Lyle 



PAISLEY AUXILIARY TO THE NATIONAL BIBLE SOCIETY 
OF SCOTLAND. 

Instituted 1856. 

President, Sir Peter Coats. 

Vice-Presidents. 

Provost Murray, Mr Hugh Macfarlane, and Mr John M'Innes. 

Treasurer, Mr Archd. Hutchison. 

Secretaries, Rev. G. 0. Hutton, <fe Alex. Gardner, Bookseller. 

Directors. 



Rev. William France, 

,, John Thomson, 

„ Alex. Pollock, 

„ Andrew Henderson, 

„ William Fraser 

„ George Clazy, 

„ J. C. Lees, 

„ James Brown 

„ Oliver Flett, 

„ A. M'Intosh, 

„ John Martin, 

„ William M'Indoe, 

„ James Dodds, 

„ Adam Dunlop, 

„ Andrew Elder, 

„ John Crouch, 

„ Christopher M'Kune 

,, Robert Duncan, 

„ J. B. Sturrock, 

„ A. G. Fleming. 
Mr Thomas Greenlees, 
Dr Daniel Richmond, 
Mr J. M. Symington, 
Representative at the Board of 
Sir 



Mr Archd. Hodge 

„ John Lorimer, 

„ Alex. Pollock, jun., 

„ Sheriff Cowan, 

„ Thomas Coats, 
Councillor Eaglesim, 
Mr T. W. Macalpine, 

„ Walter Allison, 

„ James Clark, jun., 

„ Robert Russell, 

„ John Brown, 

„ Robert Kerr, Underwood, 

„ William Philips, 

„ John M'Gown, 

„ James Houston, 

„ James Johnston, 

„ Thomas Crichton, 

„ David Duncan, 

„ A. R. Pollock 

„ W. Wotherspoon, 

„ John Poison, 

„ Archd. Bell, 

„ Francis Martin, 
the National Bible Society of Scotland : 
Peter Coats. 



APPENDIX. 



239 



LADIES' ASSOCIATION FOR PEOMOTING THE 
CHRISTIAN EDUCATION OF JEWISH FEMALES IN ALEX- 
ANDRIA (EGYPT). 
Instituted 1855. 
President, Mrs Baird. Treasurer, Mrs Henderson. 
Secretary, Mrs Hutton, Mount Pleasant. 
Committee, 
Mrs R. Boyd 
„ M'Kinlay 
„ John Macalister 
,, Coats 
„ John Graham 
„ Shanks, Johnstone 
Miss Shanks 
Mrs John Poison 
,, Dove, Glasgow 
Miss M'Creath, do. 
Mrs John Muir 
,, Matthew Adam 
,, Hugh Hamilton 
„ Simpson 
„ Robert Clark 
„ Clark, Barrhead 
„ Matt. Blackwood, 

Arthurlie 
„ W. Blackwood, do. 
„ Locke, 



Lady Coats 

Mrs Thomas Coats 

„ Wallace 

„ Gilmour 

,, Young, Glasgow 

,, Millar 

„ Ayton 

„ Hutcheson 

„ H. Muir, Glasgow 

„ Wotherspoon 

,, John Hart 

„ Lang 

„ Johnston 

,, Nicol 

,, Lamberton 

„ Anderson 

„ ^Young 

„ Forbes 

„ M'Dougall 

„ John Clark 



Mrs Pattison 

„ John M'Gown 

„ H. H. Thomson 

„ Brown 

,, J. M'Ewen, Glas. 

„ Robert Hatrick 

„ Helen Nairn 

,, Williamson 

„ Thos. Macalpine 
Miss Dove, Glasgow 
Mrs Gordon, Mearns 

„ Flett 

,, John Brown 

„ Wm. Brown 

„ J. A. Brown 

„ Archd. Coats 

„ Elder 

„ Bell 

„ George Coats. 



Benevolent and Total Alsstinence Societies. 



FEMALE BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. 

Instituted 1811. 

Miss Mann, Oakshaw Street, treasurer, 

Mrs George Hamilton, Blackland Mill, secretary. 

Miss Jane Symington, Oakshaw Street, depositary. 



PAISLEY TOTAL ABSTAINERS' YEARLY SICK AND 
FUNERAL SOCIETY. 

President, Alexander Shanks. Vice-president, John Campbell. 

Treasurer, Thomas Goodlet. Secretary, David Carswell. 

Meeting Place, 100 High Street. 



PAISLEY FEMALE TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. 

Mrs Erskine, president. 

Mrs Whiteford and Mrs Bell, vice-presidents. 

Mrs Paton, treasurer. 

Mies M'Murray, secretary, George Street. 



240 



APPENDIX. 



PAISLEY CHEISTIAN BENEVOLENT^SOCIETY. 

Instituted 1840. 

Eev. W. Eraser, president. 

Messrs Kobert Oliver and Jolin Hamilton, vice presidents. 

Mr L. M'Kinnon, treasurer. | Mr David Buchanan, secretary. 

Patrons. 
Revs. J. Thomson, Eevs. E. Dunlop, 

A. Pollock, A. Elder, 

G. 0. Hutton, A. B. Morris, 

G. Glazy, 0. M'Kune, 

W. Macindoe, J. Crouch, 

A. Dunlop, J. Eenwick, 

J. Brown, J. B. Sturrock, 

A. Henderson, J. Duncan, 

J. C. Lees, J. Dodds. 

J. Martin, 
with a committee of 28 visiting members, meeting on the third Mon- 
day of each Month, in the vestry of Independent Chapel, Gilmour st. 



PAISLEY TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. 

Instituted 1836. 

Mr David Donaldson, President. 

Vice-Presidents. 



Rev. G. Clazy, 

„ G. C. Hutton, 

„ Mr Hewson, 

„ Adam Dunlop, 
T. W. M'Alpine, Esq., 
James Johnston, Esq., 

James Winning, treasurer. 



John Brown, Esq., of Thruahcrag, 
Dr Eichmond, 
Eobert Bird, 
Thomas Goodlet, 
Thomas Graham, 
David Carswell. 
Alexander Todd, secretary. 



With 16 members of Committee. 

Meetings held every Monday evening in the Temperance Hall, 

2 New Street. 



GLASGOW EENFREWSHIEE SOCIETY. 
President, Archd. Eobertson, Esq. Vice-president, John Fyfe 
low Directors : 



Wm. Holms, Esq., 
James Wotherspoon, Esq., 
Eobert M'Nab, Esq., 
Robert Gilkison, Esq., 
James Sharp, Esq., 



John Raid, Esq. 



Esq. 



James Arthur, Esq., 
James Miller, Esq., 
Hugh Brown, jun., Esq., 
P. Comyn MacGregor, Esq., 
Alexander Cochrane, Esq. 
Paisley Directors : 
Wm. Wotherspoon, Esq. | E. F. Dalziel, Esq. 
Greenock Directors : 

I D. Latham, Esq. 



T. 0. Hunter, Esq., 

John Hunter, Esq., | 

Treasurer, J. W. M'Gregor, Esq , Glasgow 
Secretary, Gordon Smith, Esq., Glasgow. 



APPENDIX. 241 



PAISLEY YOUNG MEN'S TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. 

Honorary President, Robert Bird. 

President, Hugh Harper. 

Vice-Presidents, William Dick and David Walker. 

Treasurer, James Ballantyne. 

Secretary, Alexander Eoxburgh, 3 Garthland Lane. 

" Star of Hope " Publishing Committee — Convener, Allan B. Carswell, 

35 Storie Street. 

The Society meets every Monday evening in M'Nicol's Hal], 5 

Moss Street. 



PAISLEY INFIEMARY DORCAS SOCIETY. 

Mrs Brown, Underwood Park, President. 

Mrs Arthur, Barshaw, Treasurer. 

Miss M. Greenlees, Calside, Secretary. 

Committee. 



Mrs T. W. Macalpine, 
Kerr, Gallowhill, 
Thomas Greenlees, Oakshaw, 
Thomson, Free St. George's, 
France, Oakshaw, 
Hutton, Mount Pleasant, 
Brown, U. P. Manse, 



Mrs Dr Paton, 
„ Dr David Taylor, 
„ Dalziel, Stow Place, 
„ Robertson, Castlehead, 
„ Caldwell, High Street, 

Miss Barclay, Gateside, 
„ M. Symington, Oakshaw. 



PAISLEY SOCIETY FOR THE RECLAMATION OF FALLEN 
WOMEN. 

Instituted 1860. 

President, Sir Peter Coats. Vice-president, Robert Kerr. 

Treasurer, Robert Bird. Secretary, George W, Macalpine. 

Mrs Stark, matron, with an acting committee of eighteen members. 

House of Refuge, Stow place. 

Bo-wling OliiTas. 



ABERCORN BOWLING CLUB, CROSSFLAT, 
Instituted 1860. 
Robert M'Nee, president. 
David Duncan, treasurer ; Wm. Dickie, secretary 
Directors : 
Andrew Foulds, jun., 
William Foulds, 
James Paterson, 



Alexander Roy, 
D. M'Killigin, 
Thomas Johnstone. 



William Craig, keeper, 



VICTORIA BOWLING CLUB, LADY LANE. 

Instituted 1860. 

James Paterson, president, Alex. Maconell, vice-president. 

William Whiteford, treasurer, F. Deans, secretary. 

William Kennedy, keeper, Wellmeadow. 



242 APPENDIX. 



CHAELESTON BOWLING CLUB, STOCK STKEET. 
Instituted 1863. 
Alexander M'Leod, president. Eobert Hamilton, vice-president. 

Eobert Herd, treasurer. John M'Laclilan, secretary. 
Committee : 
James Allison, David Brodie, 

Joseph Black, John Eankin. 

James Burnett, 

"William Holms, keeper. 



WELLMEADOW BOWLING CLUB. 

Instituted 1853. 

Bailie Fisher, president. James M'Ghee, vice-president. 

William Smith, treasurer. James Stewart, secretary. 

Findlay M'Intyre, keeper. 



PRIOESCROFT BOWLING CLUB. 

50 Storie Street, 

Instituted 1839. 

Eobert Armour, president. 

Eobert Harris, treasurer. Eobert Fisher, secretary. 

Directors : 

John Laidlaw I John Hamilton, 

Andrew Walker. | Adam Wilson, 

Eobert Moodie, 67 George Street. 

Mason Lodgres. 

PAISLEY ST. MIEEEN'S LODGE, 129. 

Instituted 1749. 

Andrew Wallace, E.W.M. William Foulda, S.W. 

George F. Paton, J.W. John Wallace, D.M. 

Alexander M'Leod, P.M. 

James Brown, treasurer. Henry S. Edmonds, secretary. 

Rev. John Harrison, chaplain, Matthew Eodger, S.D. 

John Park, J.D. Daniel Bell, architect. E. F. M'Gibbon, jeweller. 

Wm. Brown, S.S. James Goudie, J.S. George Smith, S.S.B. 

John Barnett, J.S.B. Francis Nicholas, J.G. 

John M'Lean, tyler. 



RENFREW COUNTY KILWINNING LODGE, No. 370. 

Instituted 19>bb. 

Matthew Swan, R.W.M. E.Anderson, S.W. D. E. Hamilton, J.W. 

Richard Watson, P.M. 

William Wilson, treasurer. Dr Graham, secretary. 

Rev. J. M'Lean, chaplain. J. B. Lamb, architect. 

J, Robertson, I.G. John M'Ewan, O.G. J. B. Newlands, jeweller 

T. E. Cameron, B.B. Wm. Cameron, tyler. 

Andrew Foulds, Bible-bearer. 



APPENDIX. 243 



Cricket Clulss. 



KELBUENE CRICKET CLUB. 

Instituted 1860. 

Grounds — Blackball. 

Patron, The Earl of Glasgow. 

President, James Millar, jun., Adelphi House. 

Treasurer, T. Shanks, jun., Johnstone. 

Secretary, Jas. A. D. MacKean. 



BELLGROVE CRICKET CLUB. 
Imtitwted 1865. 
Grounds — Mossvale. 
President, Matthew Rowand. Vice-President, Joseph Bryce. 
Treasurer, James Clark- 
Secretary, John P. M'Leod, 54 High street. 
General Committee; 
Matthew Rowand, I Joseph Bryce, 

James Clark, j William Pyatt, 

John P. M'Leod. 
^ Match Committee : 

Matthew Rowand, Joseph Bryce, John F. M'Leod. 



PAISLEY THISTLE CRICKET CLUB. 
Instituted 1851. 
Grounds — Greenhill. 
Patrons. 
Earl of Glasgow. Peter Coats, Esq. 

Right Hon. H. A. Bruce, M.P. Wm. Wotherspoon, Esq. 

H. E. Crum-Ewing, Esq., M.P. P. Oomyn Macgregor, Esq. 

General D. Hort Macdowall of Wm. Abercrombie, Esq., 

Garthland. Wm. Craw, Esq. 

Provost & Magistrates of Paisley. 

Honorary President, Col. CampbelL 

Honorary Vice-Presidents, Major Holms, and Thomas Coats, Esq. 

President, A. Tagg. Vice-President, William Foulds. 

Treasurer, William Colquhoun. 

Secretary, James Lang, 1 Espedair Street. 

General Committee. 



Messrs Wm. Robertson, 
A. M'Lachlan, 
William Young. 



Messrs R. Rowand 
W. Weir, 
J. Andrews, 
John M'Kenzie, 
Match Committee, M'Lachlan, Colquhoun, and Tagg. 
Captain, Alexander Tagg. 
Lieutenant, William Colquhoun. Ensign, A. M'Lachlan. 

Subscription for Ordinary Members, 12s 6d ; Honorary Members 5s. 



244 AppEm)ix. 



GLENIFFER CEICKET CLUB. 

Instituted 1868. 

Grounds — Falside. 

Patron, John Poison, Esq., West Mount. 

Captain and President, Wm. Glen. 

Secretary, Robt. M. Paterson. Treasurer, James Barr. 

Committee of Management* 

"William Glen- I James Barr. 

Eobert M. Paterson. I David Lang. 

James S. Robertson* 



GREENWOOD CRICKET CLUB. 

histitutedlMQ. 

Grounds — Blackland Park. 

President, M. S. Matheson. Vice-President, Wm. M. Earl. 

Treasurer, Wm. S. Lyle. Secretary, James Christie. 

Capt.) J. B. Morrison. Lieut., Jas. Aitken. 

General Committee. 



M. S. Matheson, 
Wm. M. Earl, 
Wm. S. Lyle, 
Jas. Christie, 



J. B, Morrison. 

Jas. Aitken, 

Jas. E. Whiriskey. 



Match Committee. 
M. S. Matheson, J. B. Morrison, James Christie. 

Trades' Societies. 

OLD WEAVERS' SOCIETY. 

Instituted 1702. 

Hugh Macfarlane, box-master. John Stewart^ collector, 

E. F. Dalziel, old-box master. David Campbell, clerk. 



M A L T M E N'S SOCIETY. 

Instituted 1703. 

A. Cattanach, box-master. Daniel Macfarlane, collector. 

John Bartlemore, clerk. 



WRIGHT S' SOCIETY. 

Instituted 1723. 

James Adam, deacon. James Stewart, collector. 

David Campbell, clerk. John Fisher, factor. 



CORPORATION OF MERCHANTS. 

Instituted 1725. 

John Clark, convener. Alexander Cattanach, collector 

John Bartlemore, clerk. 



HAMMERMEN'S SOCIETY. 

Instituted 1760. 

John Reid, deacon or convener. 

David Murray, collector, John Bartlemore, clerk. 



APPENDIX. 245 



Curling Clulas, 



PAISLEY UNION CURLING CLUB. 

Instituted 1 844. 

Patron^ H. E. Orum-Ewing, M.P. Patroness, Mrs H. E. Crum-Ewing. 

President, James Lang. Vice-President, William Bauchop, jun. 

Representative Members, John Carswell and James Lang. 

Chaplain, James M'Gachie. Treasurer, Hugh Caldwell. 

Secretary, James R. MacFadyen. 



PlISLEY ICELAND CURLING CLUB. 

Instituted 1841. 

Patron, The Right Hon. The Earl of Glasgow. 

President, John M'Nair. Vice-President, Robert Harris. 

Representative Members, Archibald C. Holms and John Snodgrass. 

Treasurer, John Stewart. Secretary, Robert Boyd. 



PAISLEY ST. MIRREN'S CURLING CLUB. 

Instituted 1845. 

Patron, Archibald 0. Campbell, Esq., Blythswood. 

'"President, William Craw. Vice-President, James Wilson. 

Representatives, William Russell and R. F. Dalziel. 

Chaplain, Rev. James Brown. 

Treasurer, William Russell. Secretary, Robert F. Dalziel. 



PAISLEY BOREAS CURLING CLUB. 

Instituted 1852. 

Patroness, Lady Anne Speirs of Elderslie. 

President, James Dobie. Vice-President, John Gait. 

Representatives, Robert Ferrie and Thomas Reid. 

Chax:)lain, Rev. J. C. Lees. 

Treasurer, Peter Robertson. Secretary, Robert Congalton. 



TWELFTH PROVINCE ROYAL CALEDONIAN CLUB. 

Patron, J. 0. L. Harvey, Esq. of Castlesemple. 

Office-bearers, 1869-70. 

J. O. L. Harvey, Esq. of Castlesemple, > -py 

William Caldwell, Esq., Glasgow, / ^''^W^- 

President, William Barr, Esq., Beith. 

Vice-Presideut, William Craw, Esq., Paisley. 

Treasurer and Secretary, John Carswell, 4 High Street, Paisley. 

Committee of Management. 



Messrs. Robt. Love, Lochwinnoch. 
,, William Baton, Dairy. 
„ John Snodgrass, Paisley. 



Messrs. Robt. Congalton, Paisley. 
Wm. Pinkerton, Paisley^ 
J. Miller, Lochwinnoch. 



And OflB.ce-bearers ex officio Members of Committee. 

X 2 



246 APPENDIX. 



EEXFEEWSHIEE CURLING CLUB. 

Instituted 1856. 

Patron, P. Comyn Macgregor, of Brediland. 

President, John Cochran. Vice-President, Wilham Pollock. 

Representatives, William Pinkerton and Robert Rowand. 

Chaplain, Rev. Robert Duncan. 

Treasurer, Williana Pinkerton. Secretary, Thomas D. Fairley. 



Miscellaneous. 



PAISLEY ORNITHOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 

Instituted 1834. 

President, M. Barr. Vice-President, Wm. Harper. 

Treasurer, William White. Secretary, Thomas Irvine. 



PAISLEY ORNITHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION. 

Instituted 1853. 

Honorary President, Sir Peter Coats, Woodside. 

President, John Hamilton. Vice-President, David Buchanan. 

Treas., Thomas Fernie. Secy., William Houston, 3 Barr Street. 



PAISLEY WORKING MEN'S INDEPENDENT FUNERAL AND 

LOAN OFFICE. 

Listitufed 1868. 

President, Thos. Leitch. Treasurer, Wm. Paterson, 8 Neilston Road. 

Secretary, Peter M'Dowall, 8, Abbey Street. 

Collector, AUan Stewart, 4 Lylesland. 



RENFREWSHIRE SELF-SUPPORTING FUNERAL SOCIETY. 

Instituted 1862. 

Chairman, James Fairlie. Treasurer, George Dick. 

Secretary, John M'Cowat, 47 High Street. 

Place of Meeting — 35 Castle Street. 



CHARLESTON CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY (LIMITED.) 

Instituted 1858. 

Chairman, John Thomson. Treasurer, Robert Hunter. 

Secretary, James Inglis. 



ABBEY ANNUAL SOCIETY. 

President, Wm. Wilson. Treas., John Thomson, 29 Thread Street 

Clerk, Wm. Wilson, 18 Gilmour Street. 



PAISLEY SECULAR SOCIETY. 

Instituted 1853. 

President, J. S. Mitchell. Treasurer, John Young. 

William Forrester, secretary, with eight members of committee. 

Place of Meeting — 116 Causeyside. 



APPENDIX. 247 



PAISLEY CO-OPERATIVE MANUFACTURING IbOCIETY 
(LIMITED). 

President, James Liggat. 

Treasurer, Jos. Robertson. Secretary and Manager, John M'Kenzie. 

Office, 7 St Mirren Street. 



PAISLEY CO-OPERATIVE BREAD ASSOCIATION 
(LIMITED.) 

Instituted 1827. 

President, George Ingram. Vice-President, "William Cochran. 

D. Lyle, treasurer and secretary, with a managing committee of 12, 

Bakery, 7 Hospital Lane. 



PAISLEY PROVIDENT CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY (Limited.^ 

Hugh Lamb, President, 24 Storie street. 

George Jack, Treasurer, 32 Thread street, 

Alexander M'Naught, Secretary, 6 Glen street. 

With a Managing Committee of Eleven. 

Place of business, 16 George street. 

Charles O'Neil, salesman, 1 Barclay street. 



THE ALEXANDER WILSON LODGE OF ODDFELLOWS. 

No. 2480, M.U. 
Instituted 1840. 



John Walker, N.G., 

John Orr, V.G., 

J. Hutchison, surgeon and treasr. 



J. F. Webster, elective secy., 
J. Carswell, managing secy.. 
King street. 



John Carswell, District C.S. 

Meets every alternate Tuesday at half-past eight o'clock, p.m., in Old 

Masonic hall, 43 New Street. 



THE PAISLEY EVERGREEN EQUITABLE 
FRIENDLY SOCIETY. 

Instituted 1%^B. 

President : Matthew Hector, Underwood. 

Treasurer: John Gibson, 16 Causeyside. 

Secretary: William Alexander, 11 Neilston street. 

Officer : William Richmond, 78 George street. 

President of 1st section: R. Stirling, 2 Wellmeadow. 

Clerk of 1st section : Joseph Falconer, 4 Meeting House lane. 

President of 2d section : T. B. M'Lennan, 27 Glen street. 

Clerk of 2d section : Duncan M'Nair, 86 Canal street. 



CEMETERY COMPANY. 

Instituted 1845. 
Governor, William Philips. 
Secretaries and Treasurers, Messrs Hodge, Young, & Martin. 
Superintendent, John Murray, 



248 



APPENDIX. 



RENFREWSHIRE AGRICULTURAL CATTLE ASSURANCE 

ASSOCIATION. 

Instituted 1848. 

President, Colonel Campbell, of Blythswood. 

Vice-President, Thomas Coats, Esq., of Ferguslie. 

Veterinary Surgeons and Inspectors of Stock, John Donaldson, sen., 

and John Donaldson, jun. 

Treasurers and Secretaries, Messrs. Hodge, Young, & Martin, writers, 

County Buildings, Paisley. 



ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS' FRIENDLY SOCIETY, 

No. 5,222. 
Managers. 

Thomas Downie, S.W. 



R. L. Henderson. C.R. 
John M'LaughliUj S.O.R. 
Colin M'Arthur, P.O. 

Alexander Mutter, Secretary. 



William Cunningham, J.W^. 

Andrew Meikle, S.C.R. 

John Tonney, sen., Treasurer. 



Alexander Morrison, John M'Leod, Trustees. 
Mr. David Temple, Visitoi-. 



THE PAISLEY HERITABLE PROPERTY INVESTMENT 

SOCIETY. 

Instituted 1853. 

(Enrolled under the Act of Parliament 6 and 7 William IV., cap. 32.) 

This Society is instituted on the permanent principle. 

The Shares are £25 each, payable by fortnightly instalments of Is 

per share. 

Tri;stees. 



John Brown, Merchant, Paisley. 
Alexander Pollock, jun., banker, 

Paisley. 
William Poison, starch manufac 
turer, Paisley, 

Committee of Management. 

President- Andrew Foulds, jun., merchant, 

Ordinary Directors. 



David Speirs, manufacturer. Pais- 
ley. 

Alexander Gardner, bookseller, 
Paisley. 



John Wilson, warehouseman. 
Robert Eeid, warehouseman. 
John F. Lochhead, clerk. 
Andrew Paterson, accountant. 



Alexander Gardiner, accountant. 
James Gilmour, traveller. 
Matthew Blair, clothier. 
Matthew Brown, baker. 
William Murray, painter. 

Treasurer— John Fisher, accountant, 4 Causeyside, Paisley. 
Secretary and Law Agent — David Semple, writer and notary public, 

16 Gilmonr street, Paisley. 

Auditors — Archibald Hodge and Jas. Thomson, accountants. Paisley. 

Surveyor — William Gillespie, 76 New Sneddon, Paisley. 

Bankers — City of Glasgow Bank. 

Collection Meetings — Treasurer's Chambers, 4 Causeyside ; place of 

general, quarterly, and managers' meetings — Secretai'y's Chambers 

16 Gilmour street. 



APPENDIX. 249 

PAISLEY EIFLE CLUB. 

Imtituted 1868. 

President, Archibald Craig. 

Treasurer, Joha Barclay. Secretary, William Bell, 

Shooting Range, Knock Farm. 



PAISLEY GLEE CLUB. 

Instituted 1850. 

President, John Lorimer. Secretary, Alexander Sempk 

Librarian, John Stewart. 



PAISLEY MUSICAL ASSOCIATION, 

Instituted 1846. 

Office-Bearers for 1870-71. 

President, William Peattie. Vice-President, Robert Wat^erston. 

Treasurer, John M'Dougall. Secretary, Joseph Whitehead. 

Conductor, James Roy Eraser. Leader, Alexander Thomson. 

Librarian, George Dick. Assistant Librarians, Thomas M'Gregor^ 

T. B. M'Lennan, W. Thomson, and D. M'Taggart. 

Committee : 



Messrs. R P. M'Gibbon, 

„ James Young, 

„ Thomas Jack. 

„ John Leitch, 

John Primrose. 



Messrs. David Speirs, 

John Lorimer, 

Louis Hoeck, 

Alexander S em pie, 

George Dick, 

. William Kelly, 

Place of Meeting, Church, 12 George Street. 

Practisings every Tuesday at 8.15 p.m., from September till March. 

Subscription : Honorary Members, IDs and 5s ; 

Ordinary Members, 3s. 



PAISLEY TONIC SOL-FA INSTITUTE. 

President, Robert Fulton. Vice-Presidents, R. B. Parlane, and 

W. H. Murray. 

Secretary and Treasurer — G. W. Macalpine. 

Conductor — J. A. Brown. 



PAISLEY HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

President, Thomas Coats, Esq., Ferguslie. 
Vice-President, Mr Peter M'Kenzie, Bellfield Nursery. 
Treasurer, Mr Hugh Boyd, Storie Street. 
Secretary, Mr William Paul, Crossflat Nursery. 
Directors. 



James M'Farlane, Silk Street. 
Wm. Dickson, Ferguslie 
John Robertson, Gateflat 
Robert Wilson, Walkinshaw 
John Reid, Barr Street 
Thomas Peacock, Falside. 
James Cochran, Stonefield 
Wm. Dickson, Crossflat Nursery 



James M'Guigan, Barshaw 
Alex. Johnston, Oakshaw-head 
Henry Maxwell, Ralston 
Wm. Flanagin, Orr Square 
Samuel Rennie, Orr Square 
David Duncan, Love Street 
John Forrest, Greenlaw. 



250 



APPENDIX. 



THE DUNCAN WRIGHT ENDOWMENT. 
Trustees (Ex-Officiis). 



H. Cowan, Esq., Sheriff-Substitute 
Provost Murray. 
Bailie Watson. 

" Park. 

" Fisher. 

" Cochrane. 
Treasurer Russell. 



William Hodge, Esq. 
Andrew Millar, Esq. 
Rev. John Martin. 

" James 0. Lees. 

" James Dodds. 

" John Thomson. 

" William France. 



H. Maefarlaue, Boxmaster, Old Weavers' Society. 

John Clark, Convener, Merchants' Society. 

Life Trustees. 



Jas. Anderson, manufacturer, Rose 
Street, Gartnethill, Glasgow. 

Alex. Pollock, jun., yarn merchant. 

Wm. Poison, starch manufacturer, 
Paisley. 
Adam, Town Chamberlain, Treasurer and Clerk. 



Duncan Wright, Esq., of Alticry. 
Hugh Wright, Esq., of Alticry. 
William Graham, Esq., of Lambs 
hiU 



RENFREWSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 
Instituted 1802. 
President — Sir Michael R. S. Stewart, Bari 
Vice-President — Colonel Campbell, of Blythswood. 
Extraordinary Directors. 
Thos. Speir, Esq., of Burnbrae and Blackstoun. 
Sir Peter Coats of Woodside. 
James Arthur, Esq., Barshaw. 
Right Hon. the Earl of Glasgow. 
Col. Buchanan, of Drumpellier. 
Col. Mure of Caldwell. 

Ordinary Directors. 



John Brown, Shortroods, Paisley. 
Jas. Young, Gallowhill, Paisley. 
James Wilson, Boghall, Houston. 
John Gibb, Gladstone, Bishopton. 
Matthew Gilmour, Town of 

Inchinnan. 
Thomas Kerr, East Fulton, Kil- 

barchan. 
Alexander Renfrew, Blackstoun, 

by Paisley. 
Wm. Kerr, Linclive, by Paisley. 
Wm. Orr, Linthills, Lochwinnoch. 
Peter M'Dermid, Moss Street, 



J. Bryce, Abbotsineh, by Paisley. 
John Aitken, Paisley. 
John Robertson, Mitchellton. 
Hugh Caldwell, Braes. 
James Wilson, Freeland. 
John Young, Fulwood. 
Thomas Scott, Hawkhead Mains. 
Alex. Lang, Garnieland. 
John Mackay, Roughlees. 
Robert Pollock, Blackhouse. 
Wm. Kirk wood, Stanely Muir. 
Wm. Erskine, Back-o'-Hill. 



Paisley. 

Treasurer — Matthew Wilson, Blackstoun House, by Paisley 
Secretary— R. L. Henderson, writer, Paisley. 



APPENDIX, 251 



PAISLEY WATER COMPANY. 

Instituted 1834. 

Chairman, Archibald Campbell Holms, of Sandyford. 

Deputy-Chairman, Alexander King, merchant, Paisley. 

Treasurer, P. Guilleaume. Secretary, Eobert Brodie. 

Directors : 



John Macalister Symington, 
Thomas Crichton, 
William Gibson, 
Alexander Macfarlane, 
Archibald Craig, 



David Duncan, 
Alexander Craig, 
John Snodgrass, 
William Holms, 
John FuUerton, 



Board of &as Li^ht Commissioners of Faisley- 

1869-70. 
Elected hy the Shareholders. 
Messrs. William Philips, William Russell, John FuUerton, Dr. Wm, 
M'Kechnie, Provost Macfarlane, Bailie Caldwell, Messrs P, 
Macgregor, and John M'Gown. 

Elected by Town Council. 

'^ Bailies Masson, Scott, Eaglesim, and Watson. 

Secretary and Law Agent — Thomas Campbell, writer. 

Treasurer — William Nairne. 

Engineer and Manager — George Hislop. 

Collectors — David Ayton and David C. Niven. 

Office — 23 Moss Street. 



Alslsey Farisli Hoad Trustees; 

All Heritors having land in the Parish valued at 100 Scots of 

annual rent. 

Clerk — Andrew Millar, Writer, Paisley. 

Surveyor — Thomas Johnston, C.E. 

Collector— Eobert Oliver, 22 Old Smithhilla. 



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EENFEEW 



ADAM, Archibald, spirit dealer, 28 Canal street 
Adam, Jolm, Prince of Wales Hotel, Renfrew Ferry- 
Allison, Alexander, surgeon. Paisley road 
Andrew, Michael Murdoch, head master, Old Burgh School, 

48 High street 
Apothecaries' Hall, 14 Canal street 

BARR, Jane, general merchant, 12 High street 

Barr, Robert, baker, 17 High street 

Bell, John, & Sons, dyers, Millburn 

Bell, Thomas, of John Bell & Sons, Croft Cottage, Croft 

street 
Bell, William, of John Bell & Sons, Millburn Dyeworks 
Blackburn, William, spirit merchant, 107 High street 
Blair, Duncan, at London Works, Inchinnan road 
Boyd, George, timber merchant, 27 Ferry road 
Boyd, James, spirit dealer, 42 High street 
Brown, Andrew, of William Simons & Co., Castlehill 

House 
Brown, John, joiner, at Henderson, Coulborn, & Co.'s, 9 

Wilson street 
Buchanan, Thomas, tailor, 3 Manse street 

CAMPBELL, Archibald C, of Blythswood— Blythswood 

House 
Chamberlain's Office, 11 High street— William Hen'on, 

Chamberlain 
Clark, Margaret, grocer, 126 High street 
Colquhoun, Janet, grocer, 57 High street 
Coulborn, Charles E., of Henderson, Coulborn, & Co., 

Meadowflat, Renfrew 

T 



254 EENFREW. 



Craig, Robert, grocer, 41 High street 

Craik, James, railway station master, Fnlbar street 

Crawford, Andrew, officer of Established Church, 37 High 
street 

Cumming, Daniel, skinner, tanner, and flesher. The Her- 
mitage, 100 High street 

Cunningham, William, sexton, 30 High street 

Cuthbertson, Alexander, 31 Fulbar street 

Cuthbertson, James, grocer and postmaster, 15 High street 
— house, 13 do. 

DICKIE, William, flesher, 1 Pinkerton lane — house, 5 
High street 

Dobbie, James, Superintendent of Police — house, Rock 
cottage, Glebe street 

Donald, Mrs Andrew, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 
16 and 18 Canal street 

Douglas, William, wine and spirit merchant, 21 Meadow- 
side street — house, do. 

Dougray, Alexander, officer of U.P. Church, 6 Orchard 
street 

Drysdale, Mrs, 51 Ferry road, Renfrew 

Dykes, William, plumber and gasfitter, 65 High street 

ELDER, William, draper, 32 High street 
Established Church, Church street — Rev. Robert Stephen, 
M.A., minister 

FALCONER, George, grocer, 2 High street 

Female Industrial School, 127 High street 

Female Industrial Sessional School, Manse street — Miss 

Anne Lang, teacher 
Ferguson, John, confectioner, Fulbar street — house, 39 

Renfield street 
Ferguson, Mrs, confectioner, 35 Manse street i 

Filshill, James, 15 Manse street 
Finlay, Alexander, farmer, 17 Queen street 
Forrest, W. & C, Muirpark Chemical Works 
Foulds, A., brassfounder, 54 Fulbar street 
Foulds, Andrew, 1 King's lane 



RENFREW. 255 



Foulis, Miss, assistant teacher Grammar School and 

Blythswood Testimonial, Renfield street 
Fraser, George, keeper of the Freemasons' Hall, 7 High st. 
Fraser, William, tailor and clothier, 7 High street 
Freemasons' Hall, 7 High street 

Free Church, Renfield street — Rev. David Neilson, minister 
Fulton, JohUj manager of Gas Works, 21 Ferry road 

GALLAGHER, Owen, wine and spirit dealer, 39 High 

street 
Gallacher, Robert, manager of Charles Tennant & Co.'s 

Works, 5 Croft street 
Gait, Robert, bookseller and officer of Free Church, 13 

Dunlop street 
Gas, Harbour, and Public Rate Office, 11 High street — 

William Herron, collector 
Glen, James, druggist and stationer, 14 Canal street 
Grammar School and Blythswood Testimonial, Renfield st. 

— head master, Peter M'Laren 
Grant, Joseph, 66 Fulbar street 
Gray, James, farmer, Blawarthill 
Gray, Janet, grocer, Fulbar street 



HAMILTON, William, baker, 46 High street— house, do. 

Hamilton, William, spirit dealer, 3 Canal street 

Henderson, Coulborn, & Co., engineers, and iron ship- 
builders, Slip Dock 

Henderson, James M'L., of Henderson, Coulborn, & Co., 
Braehead House, near Renfrew 

Herd, William, 2 Queen's place 

Herron, William, town chamberlain, and agent for the 
Union Bank, 11 High street — house, 25 Ferry road 

Hillcoat, Anthony, spirit dealer, Newton, Paisley 
road 

Hodgart, Charles, ferryman. Ferry road 

Howat, Ann, confectioner, 22 Canal street 

Houston, James, agent for the Standard liife Assurance 
Company, Home Cottage, Paisley road 

Hunter, William, spirit dealer, Wheat Sheaf Inn, 1 Canal 
street 



256 RENFREW. 



Hutchesoii, George, town-clerk, 45 Orchard street — Glas- 
gow office, 68 St. Vincent street 

Hutchesou, Andrew, spirit merchant, 19 Hairst street and 
69 High street 

Hutchison, John, plasterer and spirit dealer, 21 Hairst st. 
house, do. 

Hutchison, Rev. John, B.A., minister of the U.P. Church, 
Paisley road, 

INGLIS, Peter, sergeant of police, and inspector of weights 

and measures. Police office — house, 5 Fulbar street 
Ireland, John, grocer, Paisley road 

JACK, John, cashier to Henderson, Coulhom, & Co., 29 

Ferry road 
Johnstone, Thomas, joiner and turner, 1 and 3 Wilson st. 

KETER, James, farmer, Mossland 
Keter, William, farmer, Bogside 

Kilpatrick, John, painter and paper hanger, 29 Hairst St. 
— house, 27 do. 

LAMBIE, Andrew, hairdresser, 20 High street 

Lang, Miss Anne, teacher. Female Industrial School, 6S 

Manse street — house, 33 Hairst street 
Lang, Miss Jane, teacher, Ragged Industrial School, 63 

Manse street — house, 33 Hairst street 
Lang, John, grocer and spirit dealer, 1 Manse street 
Lamont, Neil, spirit merchant, 42 Fulbar street 
Letters, Miss, assistant teacher. Old Burgh school, 42 

High street 
Linton, George, slater, 35 Fulbar street 
Lobnitz, Henry C, of Henderson, Coulborn, & Co., 

Clarence House 
London Works — William Simons & Co. 
Loudon, W., coal merchant, Railway Station, 39 Ferry road 

MALCOLM, William, baker, 4 Hairst street 

Martin, Robert, grocer and victualler, 23 Meadowside st. 

— house, do. 
Marr, Richard, steam forge, London road 



RENFREW. 257 



MasoQ, John, spirit dealer, 23 Canal street 

Meikle, William, grocer, 5 High street 

Moore, A., assistant teacher. Grammar School and Blyths- 

wood Testimonial, Renfield street 
Monteith, William, green grocer, 30 High street 
Morrison, John, plumber, coppersmith, and gasfitter, 

Fulbar lane — Wm. Weir, manager 
Morrison, Peter, foreman joiner at Henderson, Conlborn, 

& Co.'s, 23 Ferry road 
Muir, William, boot and shoemaker, 63 High street 
Mumme, Carl, at Henderson, Conlborn & Co.'s, Queen st. 
Munro, Thomas, grocer, 12 Orchard street 
Myles, James, factor to the Trustees of the late Alexander 

A. Speirs, of Elderslie, Deanside — office in Paisley, 
. Terrace buildings, 109 High street 



M' ARTHUR, Angus, precentor of Free Church, 36 Thread 

street. Paisley 
M' Arthur, William, grocer, 10 High street — house, 8 do, 
M'Coll, Alexander, boot and shoemaker, 3 High street 
M'Coll, John Stewart, grocer, 28 High street 
M'Donald, C. C, Fulbar street 
M'Donald, James, spirit dealer, 15 Ferry road 
M'Donald, James, cooking depot, 13 Ferry road 
M'Donald, John, farmer, Porterfield 
M'Dougall, Archibald, 45 High street 
M'Gilligan, James, boot and shoemaker, 6 Fulbar street 
M'Hutcheson, Elizabeth, draper, 7 Canal street — house^ 

Inchinnan road 
M'Hutcheson, James, grocer, 2 Canal street— house, 

Inchinnan road 
MTntyre, John, 86 High sti^eet 

M'Intyre, John, grocer, 73 High street — house, 84 do. 
M'Kechnie, John, Paisley and Renfrew Inn, 26 Canal st. 
M'Kechnie, William, grocer, 6 High street 
M'Kenzie, Robert, draper, 8 Orchard street 
MacKenzie, Thomas, Inspector of Poor, and Collector of 

Poor Rates ; and clerk to the Statute Labour Road 

Trustees for the Parish of Renfrew, 9 High street — 

house, Queen's place 

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258 RENFREW. 



M'Kinlay, Misses, Reufield House, Fdbar lane 
M'Kinnon, Mrs Hector, grocer, 13 Canal street 
M'Laren, Peter, LL.D., head master, Grammar School and 

Blythswood Testimonial 
M'Millan, Isabella, confectioner, 25 Canal street 
M' William, R., draper, 15 Canal st. — house, 43 Queen St. 



NEILSON, Eev. David, minister of the Free Church — 

Manse, Renfield street 
OLD Burgh School, 48 High street — head master, Michael 

Murdoch Andrew 



PARK, John, spirit dealer, 28 Manse street 
Pattison, Hugh W., surgeon, 31 Hairst street 
Pottie, Alexander, veterinary surgeon, 23 Hairst street — 
house^ 31 Ferry road 

RAGGED Industrial School, Manse street — Miss Jane 

Lang, teacher 
Ramsey, John, spirit dealer, Elderslie Arms, 53 Ferry road 
Renfrew, John, shoemaker, 34 High street 
Robertson, Dr James, 5 Clyde street 
Robertson, James R. M., M.D., CM., Clyde street 
Robin, Matthew, Croft-an-Reigh cottage 

SIMONS, William, & Co.^ engineers, founders, and ship- 
builders, Lonaon Works 
Simons, Wm., of Wm. Simons & Co., Yoker Lodge^ Yoker 
Sinclair, D., joiner, 56 Fulbar street— house, 31 do. 
Smith, James, C.E., and land surveyor, 54 St. Vincent 
street, Glasgow — house, Argyle Lodge, Paisley road 
Speirs, Lady Anne, Elderslie house, Renfrew, and 10 

Lowndes street, Loudon 
Steel, Mrs, stationer and draper, 43 High street 
Steel, Mrs Jane, spirit dealer, 64 High street 
Stephen, Rev. Robert, M.A., minister of the Elstablished 

Church, the Manse, High street 
Steven, Hugh, flesher, 49 High street 



RENFREW. 259 



Stewart, Allan, ironfounder, Castlehill foundry — house, 

Longcroft cottage 
Stewart, Allan, spirit dealer, 23 High street — ^house, 22 

Pinkerton lane 
Stobo, George, M.D., Paisley road 
Sutherland, Alexander, house factor, 7 Ferry road 

TAIT, William, ironmonger, 16 High street 

Tennant, Charles, & Co., starch works and dyewood mills, 

Orchard street 
Thomson, James, cashier at London Works, 61 Queen 

street 
Thomson, James, grocer, 33 Fulbar street — house, Bel] 

street 
Thomson, John, draper, 58 High street 

UNION Bank of Scotland, 11 High street— Wm. Herron, 

agent 
United Presbyterian Church, Paisley road — Kev. John 

Hutchison, B.A., minister 

VERNAL, Dugall, confectioner, 17 Canal street 
Vernal, James, salesman for Speirs & Gibb, coal merchants, 

Railway station — house, 2 Wilson street 
Vernal, William, boot and shoemaker, 5 High street 

WALLACE, Connell, & Co., plumbers, gasfitters, and 

lead merchants, 9 Manse street 
Wallace, David, grocer, 56 High street 
Wallace, John H., writer, 45 Orchard street 
Wardlaw, Ralph, Millburn House 
Waterston, Mrs George, Castlehill Inn, 29 Canal street 
Watson, Henry, saddler and bootmaker, 31 High street 
Weir, James, grocer and spirit merchant, 53 High street 

— house, 51 do. 
Weir, William, manager to John Morrison, plumber — 

house, 1 Fulbar hme 
White, James, manager at Wallace, Connell, & Co.'s, 8 

Manse street 
White, Matthew, farmer, Queen street 



260 RENFREW. 



Willockj George, Union Bank, Glasgow — house, Paisley- 
road 

Wilson, John, portioner. Terrace, Paisley road 

Wood, James, coal merchant. Railway station, Fulbar 
street — house, 16 Moss street. Paisley 

Wright, Daniel, Pinkerton House 

Wright, Mrs, Pinkerton House 

Young, William, fruits and confections, Newton 



APPENDIX 



MAGISTRATES. 
Andrew Brown, Provost. 
Robert Gallacher, and Daniel Camming, Bailies. 
John Kilpatrick, Dean of Guild. Allan Stewart, Treasurer. 
COUNCILLORS. 
Dr. Robertson, I William Bell, 

C. C. M 'Donald, William Douglas 

George Boyd, j James S. Ferguson. 

Jas. M'L. Henderson. 
George Hutchison, Town-Clerk. David Campbell, Procurator-Fiscal. 
William Herron, Town-Chamberiain. 
James Dobbie, Superintendent of Police. 
P. Inglis, Inspector of Weights and Measures. 
The management of the Police is vested in the Town Council. 
Burgh Court held weekly on Saturday. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Renfrew District. 

Provost and Magistrates for the time being. 



Andrew Brown 
George Boyd 
William Bell 
James Robertson 



James M'L. Henderson 

James Myles 
James Houston 
Matthew Robin 



Assessor under the Lands Valuation Act — William Herron. 
Quarter Sessions held first Tuesday of March, May, and August, and 
last Tuesday of October. Meetings for considering license certificates 
held first Tuesday of May and last Tuesday of October. 



RENFREW. 261 



WRITERS. 

George Hutcheson, 45 Orchard Street. 

John H. Wallace, 45 Orchard Street. 



SURGEONS. 
Hugh W. PattisoD | Geo. Stobo — Alex. Allison [ James R. M. Robert son. 

PAROCHIAL BOARD. 

Office — 9 High Street. 

Dr Robertson, Chairman. Thomaa Mackenzie, Inspector of Poor. 

PUBLIC OFFICES, &c. 
Chamberlain's Office, 11 High Street — William Herron, Chamberlain. 
Assessor's Office, 11 High Street — William Herron, Assessor. 
Post Office, 15 High Street — James Cuthbertson, Postmaster. 
Registrar's Office, Blythswood Testimonial, Renfield Street— Peter 

M'Laren, Registrar. 
Session Clerk's Office, Blythswood Testimonial, Renfield Street— Peter 

M'Laren, Session Clerk. 
Statute Labour Road Trust, 9 High Street — Thomas M'Kenzie, clerk. 
Gas and Harbour Rates Office, 11 High Street — Wm. Herron, Collector. 
Union Bank, 11 High Street — William Herron, Agent. 

POST OFFICE, 15 High Street. 
James Cuthbertson, Postmaster. 
ARRIVALS. BOX CLOSES. 
7.10 A.M. I 9.40 A.M. 
9.35 „ 2.20 P.M. 
4.55 P.M. I 5.35 P.M. 

SOCIETIES. 

Renfrew Prince of Wales Mason Lodge^ No. 426. — C. E. Coulborn 
R.W.M. ; James M'L. Henderson, P.M. ; Wiliam Sim, S.W. ; John 
Drysdale, J.W. ; William Loudon, treasurer ; John M'Kinnon, 
secretary ; George Eraser, tyler. Rooms, 9 High Street. 

Renfrew Rose Friendly Society. — Instituted 30th March, 1857. — Wm. 
Thomson, president ; John Constable, treasurer : Alexander Murdoch, 
secretary. With sixteen of a committee. 

Renfrew Rifle Corps. — J. Jack, captain ; 0. Gillan, lieutenant; Wm. 
Loudon, ensign ; Robert Lang, colour sergeant ; James R. Wood, 
secretary. 

Renfrew King'^s Inch Curling Club. — Lady Anne Speirs of Elderslie, 
patroness; George Boyd, president ; James M'L. Henderson, vice-pre- 
sident ; George M'Lean and James Myles, representative members ; 
Rev. Robert Stephen, chaplain ; Robert Gallacher, treasurer ; Ales. 
Pottie, secretary. Honorary Members — Colonel Campbell and S. D. 
Campbell. George Boyd, Alex. Findlay, James Myles, Robert 
Gallacher, Alexander Pottie, and George M'Lean, committee of 
management. 

Horticultural Society. — George Boyd, president ; Bailie Gallacher, 
vice-president ; WiUiam Herron, treasurer; John Methven, secretary ; 
Peter Inglis, collector. 

Renfrew Boiding Green. — Campbell Houston, president ; W. Herron, 
treasurer ; George Falconer, secretary. 



262 EENFREW. 



INSUEANCE AGENTS. 

a ^i.- 1 TvT J.- 1 (William Herron, Chamberlain, Ferry Road 

Scottish National, |j^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^ Deanside 

Standard Life, James Houston, Home Cottage. 

Boyal Fire and Life, James Weir, 53 High street 

London and Lancashire,... George Falconer, 2 High street 
Northern, George Falconer, 2 High street 



SCHOOLS. 

FEMALE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, 127 High Steeet. 
Patroness — Lady Ann Spiers, of Elderslie. 



FEMALE INDUSTRIAL SESSIONAL SCHOOL, Manse Street, 
Miss Margaret Lang, teacher. 



RAGGED INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, Makse Street. 

Miss Jane Lang, teacher. 

Patroness — The Honourable Mrs Campbell of Blythswood. 



GRAMMAR SCHOOL AND BLYTHSWOOD TESTIMONIAL. 

Renfield Street. 

Head Master — Mr Peter M'Laren, LL.D. 

Assistants — Mr Alexander Moore and Miss Foulis. 



OLD BURGH SCHOOL, 48 High Street. 

Head Master — Mr Michael Murdoch Andrew, F.E.J.S. 

Assistant Female Teacher — Miss Letters. 



INNS AND HOTELS. 



RAILWAY, 7 Clyde Street. 

PRINCE OF WALES (FERRY), 1 Clyde Street— John Adam. 

CASTLEHILL, 29 Canal Street— Mrs George Waterston. 



FAIRS are held on the third Tuesday of May and second Friday 
of June. 

Market Day — Saturday. 



CONVEYANCES.— Almost all the Glasgow Steamers call at Ren- 
frew Wharf, both in going up and down the Clyde. Trains to Paisley 
and Glasgow nearly every two hours. Carriers to Glasgow every 
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. 



EENFEEW. 263 



CHURCHES. 

ESTABLISHED CHUECH, Church Street. 
Eev. R, Stephen, M.A., Minister I Andrew Crawford, OflBcer. 

William Loudon Precentor | P, M'Laren, LL.D., Session Clerk 

Gravedigger, Andrew Cunningham. 

FREE CHURCH, Renfield Street. 

Rev. David Neilson Minister. I John Findlay, OiEcer. 

Angus M'Arthur ...... Precentor, j Session Clerk. 

UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Paisley Road. 

Rev. J. Hutchison, B.A.. Minister I Alexander Dougray, Officer. 
William Crawford Precentor Jas. Cuthbertson,... Session Clerk 



The SACRAMENT takes place on the last Sabbath of February 
and last Sabbath of July. 



POPULATION OF RENFREW. 



Total, . 3731 



IN BUKGH, 




IN LANDWARD PARTS. 


Males, 


1984 


Males, . . .466 


Females, 


1747 


Females . . .450 



Total, . 916 



RENFREW, with Rutherglen. Dumbarton, Kilmarnock, and Port- 
Glasgow, return one member to Parliament. Kilmarnock is the re- 
turning burgh. Parliamentary constituency, 472 ; municipal do., 433. 
Right Hon. E. P. Bouverie, M.P. 



JOHNSTONE 



AITKEN, John, hairdresser, 6 Houstoun square 

Allan, James, coal merchant, Johnstone station 

Allan, James, of Thomson & Allan, 11 William street 

Allan, John, joiner. High street 

Anderson, Charles, baker, 31 High street 

Anderson, Erskine, spirit dealer, 1 William street 

Anderson, John, stationer, 44 High street 

Anderson, John, draper and clothier, 50 Houstoun square 

Armstrong, James, bookseller and stationer, and boot and 

shoe merchant, and agent for the Eoyal Insurance 

Company, 35 High street 
Arrol, James, manager. Flax Mill — ^house, Rankine street 

BARNETT, James, at Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co.'s, 

Janefield 
Barr, James, slater, 76 High street 
Barr, James, spirit merchant, 7 High street 
Barr, John, cowfeeder, Greenend cottage 
Barrowman, Thomas, manager, Shale Coal Oil Works, 

Linwood — house, Graham street 
Baxter, Robert, hairdresser, 41 High street 
Baxter, William, head mechanic, Johnstone Old Mill 
Bain, John, surgeon, 66 High street 
Baine, Miss, teacher, Ladies' School, William street 
Beaton, Neil, wine and spirit merchant, 56 Houstoun 

square 
Bell, John, coal merchant, Canal basin — house, Cherry- 

woodside, Elderslie 
Bennie, Andrew, Rosebank cottage 
Biggart, D., & Sons, cotton spinners and bleachers, Peock- 

land Mills — house, Peockland cottage 
Bishop, John, draper, 68 High street 



JOHNSTONE. 265 



Black, Hector, feuar, 11 High street 
Blackwood, David, gi'ocer, 4 Graham street 
Blackwood, James, confectioner, 73 High street 
Blair, Hugh, spinning master, Johnstone Old Mill 
Blair, Miss, china merchant, 54 Houstoun square 
Blair, Robert, Cross Keys Inn and Hotel, 46 Houstoun 

square, High street 
Blair, Matthew, grocer, 29 High street 
Blair, Peter, manager, Johnstone Gas Light Co., Gas-work 

cottage 
Bonnar, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 22 High street 
Boyle, John, fish dealer and green grocer, 37 High street 
Braid, Joseph, brassfounder, 62 Iligh street 
Brooks, Rev, George, minister of Johnstone East U.. P. 

Church, East U. P. Manse 
Brown, John, Dimity street 
Browns, Malloch, & Co., cotton spinners, Johnstone Old 

Mill, High street, and Elderslie Mill 
Buchanan, James, provision merchant, 35 High street 
Buchanan, John, grocer, 62 High street 
Buchanan, Peter, mechanic, at Barbush Mill 
Buchanan, Robert, grocer and provision merchant. High 

street 
Buchanan, William, general grocer, and wine and spirit 

merchant, 67 High street 
Buick, John, wine and spirit merchant, 27 High street 

CALDWELL, John, grocer, 1 Church street 

Caldwell, John, millwright, High street 

Cameron, Alexander, teacher, 21 Church street 

Cameron, Daniel, broker, 8 William street 

Cameron, James, Hag Mill 

Cameron, Matthew, carter, 21 Church street 

Campbell, John, manager, Hag Mill 

Campbell, John, spirit dealer, 36 High street 

Campbell, Thomas, china merchant, 22 High street 

Campbell, William, boot and shoemaker, Macdowall street 

— house, Graham street 
Carson, Samuel, boot and shoemaker, 7 Macdowall street 

— house, do. 



266 JOHNSTONE. 



Cariside Mill— Smith & M'Lanrin 

Chapman, Alexander, grocer, 15 William street 

Chapman, Alexander, (Jabinetmaker, 8 Macdowall street 

Chisholm, Rev. Hugh, Roman Catholic Chapel, Graham st. 

Christie, Francis, Ford Bank 

Christie, James, Ford Bank 

City of Glasgow Bank, Houstoun square — John Reid, 

writer, agent 
Clapperton, William, manager, Walkinshaw Foundry — 

house, Walkinshaw street 
Coats, Daniel, of Coats, Neilson, & Co., Woodside house, 

Paisley 
Coats, Neilson, & Co., cotton spinners, Thorn mill, 

Johnstone 
Coats, Peter, jun., of Coats, Neilson, & Co. — residence, 

Woodside house 
Core &L Wilson, engineers and millwrights, Engine Works, 

Gas street 
Core, Adam, of Core & Wilson, Canal street 
Craig & Donald, engineers, William street Works 
Craig, Miss Margt., Bonnyhill cottage, William street 
Craig, Mrs W,, 21 High street 
Crawford, Andrew, foreman to John Weems — house, 17 j 

High street 1 

Crawford, George, sen., Banktop, William st. 

DA VIES, Francessa, grocer, 31 Graham street 

Davies, Mrs, confectioner, 81 High street. 

Daily, William, cooper, 28 Church street 

Daly, John, broker, 2 Macdowall street 

Dixon, Mrs Henry, grocer and milk dealer, Macdowall st. 

Donald, Mrs Hugh, William street 

Donald, James F., of James Donald & Son, Banktop 

Donald, James, of James Donald & Son, Villafield, Laigh 
Cartside street 

Donald, James, of Craig & Donald, William street 

Donald, James, & Son, millwrights, engineers, and iron- 
founders, Johnstone Foundry and Engine Works, 
High street 

Donald, John, & Co., iron and steel merchants, 2 7 High st. 






JOHNSTONE. 267 



Donald, John, of John Donald & Co., William street 
Duffy, John, broker, William street 
Duncan, Mrs, confectioner, 44 Houstoun square 
Dunlop, Hugh, Baker, 64 High street 

EADIE, James, farmer, Cochran Mill 

Edward, George, manager to J. & W. Weems — house, 

High street 
Eustace, Robert, surgeon, Houstoun square 

FEARON, Francis, furnisher, 64 High street 
Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co., flax spinners, manufacturers 

of bleached and coloured linen thread, and patent 

shoe thread 
Finlayson, Archibald W., Merchiston House 
Finlayson, Charles, of Finlayson, Bousfield & Co., Lily 

Bank House 
Finlayson, James, of Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co., 

Merchiston House 
Finlayson, William James, Merchiston House 
Fleming, Archibald, merchant, registrar of births, &c., 

postmaster, and agent for the Royal Fire and Life 

Insurance Co., and European Guarantee Society, Post 

Office, Walkiiishaw street 
Fletcher, Mrs, fruit dealer and confectioner, 25 High street 
Flockhart, John, saddler. High Street 
Eraser, John, Newfield House 
Eraser, John, superintendent of police, Collier street 

GAFF, Rev. William, minister of Established Church, 

The Manse, Dimity street 
Galbraith, Andrew, Johnstone Castle 
Galbraith, Archibald, Johnstone Castle 
Gardner, Richard, M.D., 62 High street — house, 30 do. 
Gardner, Robert, milkdealer, 66 High street 
Gas Light Company — Peter Blair, manager 
Gibson, Duncan, carter, 13 Rankine street 
Giffen, Humphrey, officer, East United Presbyterian 

Church 
Gillespie, Alexander, of Gray & Gillespie, Elderslie Farm 



268 JOHNSTONE. 



Gilmour, William S., "Woodbank 

Glasgow and Johnstone carrier — John M'Donald, 1 1 High 

street 
Glasgow & South-Western Railway Station — Quintin Y. 

Lawson, station master 
Glegg, John, factor, Milliken 
Glen, Archibald, Cartside House 
Glen, Elizabeth, Old Black Bull Cellar, George street 
Gordon, Hugh, broker, and nail manufacturer, 5 William 

street 
Graham, Jas., green grocer, and milk dealer, 71 High st. 
Grant & Macfarlane — Johnstone Saw Mills, Dimity street 
Grant, Peter, grocer, Colher street 
Gray, Alexander, boot and shoe warehouse, 41 High st. 
Gray & Gillespie, coal merchants, Johnstone Station 
Gray, Matthew, of Gray & Gillespie, Thorn 
Gray, Thomas Garland, surgeon, Graham street — house, 

Go wan Bank Cottage 
Gray, William, farmer, Barbush 
Gregson & Smithe, Dimity street spindle works 

HAIR, John, boot and shoemaker, Walkinshaw street 
Hamilton, James, Johnstone Equitable Loan Office, 19 

High street — residence, 22 Church street 
Harper, Robert, printer and bookseller, 67 High street 
Harper, William, 2 Houstoun square 
Hart, James, clerk to Browns, MaUoch, & Co., William 

street 
Hart, James, gardener, Rankine street 
Hatrick, James, beaming master at Browns, Malloch, & 

Co.'s, and precentor in West U.P. Church — house, 

12 Macdowall street 
Hatrick, Charles, farmer, Boghouse 
Hay, John, grocer and provision merchant. High street 
Head, Il^eil, hedger, Milliken gate 
Henderson, Andrew, M.D., and surgeon, 28 High street 

— house, 33 do. 
Hendry, John, officer, West United Presbyterian Church, 

10 Church street 
Higgins, Mrs James, fish and fruit merchant, 39 High st. 



JOHNSTONE. 269 



Hodgart, John, Calaba House, Milliken Park 

Holmes, Alexander, shoemaker, 76 High street 

Holmes, John, writer, and agent for the Union Bank of 

Scotland, Collier street 
Holmes, Walter, writer, and agent for the Royal Bank of 

Scotland, 83 High street — house, Lade place, George 

street 
Hood, William, cooper. Collier street 
Houstoun, William, grocer and spirit merchant, 26 Mac- 

dowall street 
Huie, James, of James Huie & Co., Crosshill, Glasgow 
Huie, James, & Co., curled hair and bedding wool manu- 
facturers, Hag Mill 
Hunter, William, manager at Craig & Donald's 
Husband, Alexander, manager at James Donald & Son's, 

Johnstone Foundry, High street 
Hutchison, Rev. William, minister of Johnstone Free 

Church — Manse, Graham street 

INGLIS, Miss, dressmaker, 7 Graham street 

Inglis, Rev. James, minister of West U.P. Church, 

Church street 
Ireland, Mrs H. B. teacher, Ladies' School, William street 

JACK, Thomas, coal merchant, Johnstone Station — house, 

Canal street, Johnstone 
Jackson, George, brassfounder, 25 High street — ^house, 2 

Dimity street 
Jalfray, David, & Son, builders, 14 Graham street 
Jaffray, Misses Elizabeth and Isabella, confectioners, 31 

High street 
Jaffray, Peter, builder, 18 Church street 
Jaffray, William, builder. Quarry street 
Jamieson, John, grocer, 75 High street 
Johnstone East United Presbyterian Church, 9 Walkin- 

shaw street — Rev. George Brooks, minister 
Johnstone Equitable Loan Office, 19 High street — James 

Hamilton, proprietor 
Johnstone Established Church, Ludovic square — Rev. 

William Gaff, minister 

z 2 



270 JOHNSTONE. 



Johnstone Flax Mill Co-operative Society (limited), grocers 

and provision merchants, 73 High street— Henry 

M'Culloch, manager 
Johnstone Free Church, William street, 3 Houstoun square 

— Rev. William Hutchison, minister 
Johnstone Gas Light Co. — ^Peter Blair, manager 
Johnstone Mill — William Paton, smallware manufacturer 
Johnstone, Mrs James, spirit dealer, 23 High street 
Johnstone Old Mill, High street — Browns, Malloch & Co., 

proprietors 
Johnstone Ragged School, off Ludovic square 
Johnstone, Richard, tailor and clothier, 25 High street 
Johnstone Rifle Corps — Walter Holmes, secretary 
Johnstone Saw Mills, Dimity street 
Johnstone Station, Glasgow and South-Western Railway 

' — Quintin Y. Lawson, station master 
Johnstone West United Presbyterian Church, Church 

street — Rev. James Inglis, minister 
Johnstone, William, Campbell street and High street 
Johnstone Public Hall and Working Men's Institute, 

Church street — Wm. Scott, janitor. 
Jonas, Alfred Charles, at Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co.'s — 

house, Graham street 

KELLY, John, spirit merchant, 30 High street 
Kerr, Thomas, farmer, Fulton 
Killoch, James, spirit dealer, Cartside 
Kyle, John, engineer. Hag Mill 

LAIRD, Alexander, flesher, 71 High street 

Laird, Joseph, Macdowall street 

Laird, Margaret, boot and shoe shop, 71 High street 

Laird, Neil, joiner, 35 High street — ^"house, William street 

Lang, Charles, mechanic, 25 Church street 

Lang, Mrs Gabriel, spirit merchant, 42 Houstoun square 

Lang, John, boot and shoemaker, Campbell street 

Lang, John, boot and shoe warehouse, 60 High street 

Lang, Joseph, overseer, Crosslie 

Langmuir, B,., Paisley and Johnstone carrier, Rankine 

street 
Law, Miss Elizabeth, draper and milliner, 65 High street 



JOHNSTONE. 271 



Lawson, Quintin Y., station master, Glasgow and South- 
western Railway 

Lemon, John, 3 Houstoun square 

Lindsay, Mrs John, Graham street 

Lochhead, Archibald, wine and spirit merchant, Prince of 
Wales Tavern, 7 Macdowall street 

Lochhead, John, at James Hamilton & Co.'s, pawnbroker 

Loudon, James, Cartside Villa 

Love, James, tinsmith, 5 William street 

Love, John, tinsmith, and agent for Provincial Fire and 
Life Insurance Co., 19 High street 

Love, Robert, tinsmith and plumber, 25 High street 

MALLOCH, John, of Browns, Malloch, & Co. — house, 

Elderslie Glen, by Elderslie 
Malloch, William, of Browns, Malloch, & Co. — house, 

Mount Pleasant 
Martin, Walter, painter, 64 High street 
Mathewson, Ge^orge, wine and spirit merchant, 80 High 

street — house, do. 
Matthews, James, boot and shoemaker, Collier street 
Merry, John, 23 Church street 
Miller, J. G. Clarence, accountant. Royal Bank of Scotland, 

68 High street 
Miller, Robert, bookseller. High street 
Mills, James, broker, 14 William street 
More, Alexander, & Son, tailors and clothiers, 68 High 

street 
More, Alex., of Alexander More & Son, 24 Church St. 
More, James, pawnbroker, 1 1 Macdowall street — house, do, 
Morrison, Alexander, & Sons, joiners and timber merchants, 

Laigh Cartside woodyard 
Morrison, Alexander, of Alexander Morrison & Sons, 1 

Cartside street 
Morrison, William, of Alexander Morrison & Sons, 1 

Cartside street 
Muir, John, builder. Church street 

Munn, Thomas, teacher, Ragged school — house, Cartside 
Murdoch, Charles, tinsmith and gasfitter, 70 High street 
Murdoch, Margaret, grocer, Cartside 



272 JOHNSTONE. 



M'ARTHUR, Archibald, of A. M'Arthur & Son, 6 Canal 

street 
M' Arthur, A., & Son, engineers and machinists, Peockland 

Works 
M'Arthur, Duncan, engine keeper, Floors Mill 
M 'Arthur, William, of A. M'Arthur & Son, 6 Canal street 
M'Callan, George, tinplate worker, gasfitter, and plumber, 

High street 
M'Cartney, James, teacher — Factory school, George street 

— ^house, Thornhill 
M'Connell, John, glazier, 42 Houstonn square 
M'Cormick, Robert, accountant, 58 High street 
M'Creath, Mrs John, tobacconist, Houstoun square 
M 'Donald, Hugh, wheelwright and turner, Graham street 
M 'Donald, John, Johnstone and Glasgow carrier, 11 High 

street 
M'Donald, Miss, teacher, Roman Catholic school, Graham 

street 
Macdowall, Henry, Floors Mill — residence, Carruth House, 

Bridge of Weir 
M'Dowall, James, engineer. Thorn 
M^Dowall, John, draughtsman, Walkinshaw Foundry — 

house. High street 
M'Dowall, John, & Sons, engineers and machinists, Walk- 
inshaw Foundry 
M'Dowall, Mrs, of John M'Dowall & Sons, Walkinshaw 

Foundry — house, Walkinshaw Lodge 
M'Dowall, William, cashier and accountant, City of 

Glasgow Bank, Houstoun square 
M'Farlane, Graham, Broombrae House 
M'Farlane, J. & G., manufacturing chemists, Johnstone 

Chemical Works 
M'Farlane, Graham James, of J. & G. M'Farlane, Broom- 
brae House 
M'Farlane, John G., of J. & G. M'Farlane, Broombrae 

House 
M'Farlane, Joseph, confectioner, Rankine street 
M'Gechie, John, grocer and spirit dealer, 17 Rankine 

street 
M^Ghee, William, engineman, Johnstone Mill 



JOHNSTONE. 273 



M'Intosh, Mrs, teacher, 23 Church street 

M'lntyre, Robert, wine and spirit merchant, 8 Houstoun 

square 
M'Kechnie, Alexander, tailor and clothier, 41 High street 
M'Kay, Malcolm, spirit dealer, 63 High street 
M'Kennie, Martha, dressmaker, 78 High street 
M'Laren, Archibald, draper, 61 High street 
M'Lachlan, Robert J., accountant, Union Bank — house, 

Thornhill 
M'Laren, Malcolm, M.D., surgeon, 40 Houstoun square — 

house, 1 Rankine street 
M'Millan, Thomas, broker, M'Dougall street 
M'Nair, James, ironmonger and nail manufacturer, 18 

High street 
M'Nair, John, officer Free Church, 2 Houstoun square 
M'Neil, Mrs James, grocer, Rankine street 
M'Pherson, Donald, joiner and cartwright, 7 Houstoun 

square 
M'Pherson, Marj, draper, 25 High street 
M'Pherson & M'Nee, steam forge, Walkinshaw street 
MTherson, John, of MTherson & M'Nee, 10 Dimity 

street 

NAIRN, William, merchant, Houstoun square 
Napier, J. & W., & Co., cotton spinners, Barbush Mill 
Napier, John S., of J. & W. Napier & Co. 
Napier, Sir R. J. M., Bart., of Milliken and Napier 
Neilson, Mrs Robert, milliner and straw hat maker, 30 

High street 
Neilson, William, clerk at Craig & Donald's- — house William 

street 
Nicol, Jessie, k Tennant, milliners, 33 High street 

OATT, J. & R., milliners and dressmakers, 82 High street 

PAISLEY and Johnstone carrier — Robert Langmuir, 

Rankine street 
Paton, John, 26 Church street 
Paton, William, small ware manufacturer, Johnstone Mill 

— residence, Cartbank 



274 JOHNSTONE. 



Paterson, Gavin, boot and shoemaker, Houstoun square 
Paterson, James, spinning master, Barbnsh Mill 
Pollock, George, window glazier, Houstoun square 
Porter, Thomas, insurance agent, 20 High street 
Post Office, Walkinshaw street — Archibald Fleming, post- 
master 

RAGGED SCHOOL, off Ludovic square— Thomas Munn, 

teacher 
Ramsay, Miss, milliner, 40 Houstoun square 
Ramsay, "William, grain mills, Macdowall street 
Reid, Alexander, slater, Houstoun square 
Reid, Archibald, tailor and clothier, 71 High street 
Reid, Hugh, picking master, Johnstone Old Mill 
Reid, James, writer. Collier street — house, Bankside Cot- 
tage, Canal street 
Reid, John, writer, and agent for the City of Glasgow Bank, 

52 Houstoun square — house, Lochwinnoch 
Reid, William, spirit merchant, 2 Church street 
Riddell, James, tinsmith and gasfitter, 17 Church street 
Robertson, David, wine and spirit merchant, 26 High st. 
Robertson, John, slater and plasterer, Ludovic square 
Robertson, John, jun., & Co., slaters and plasterers, 2 

Campbell street 
Robertson, William, & Co., engineers and toolmakers, 

Macdowall street — house, Graham street 
Royal Bank of Scotland, 83 High street — Walter Holmes, 
agent 

SALMON, John, factor to George Ludovic Houstoun, 

Esq. of Johnstone Castle — office, Quarrelton 
Scott, W. Inglis, Meadowside, MiUiken Park 
Semple, Mrs John, draper, 56 Houstoun square 
Semple, Robert, pattern maker at Walkinshaw foundry, 

Walkinshaw street 
Shanks, Thomas, & Co., engineers, machinists, and tool. 

makers, Banktop Works 
Shanks, Thomas, of Thomas Shanks & Co., Lilybank 
Shanks, William, of Thomas Shanks & Co., Bankhouse 
Sharp, John, Canal agent, Canal cottage 



JOHNSTONE. 275 



Sharp, William, blacksmith, Graham street 
Shedden, Thomas, engineman at Barhush Mill 
Smith, James, boot and shoemaker, Graham street 
Smith, James, clerk and collector Johnstone Gas Com- 
pany, William street 
Smith, James, joiner, Campbell street 
Smith, Margaret, keeper Working Men's Refreshment 

Rooms, 24 High street 
Smith, Peter, manager at James Donald & Son's, Johnstone 

Foundry and Engine Works — house. High street 
Smith, Robert, ironmonger, 70 High street 
Smith, Robert, tailor and clothier, 63 High street 
Smith & M'Laurin, fancy, coloured, enamelled, and em- 
bossed paper, card, and pasteboard manufacturers — 
works, Cartside, near Milliken Park — warehouse, 70 
Union street, Glasgow 
Speir, Thomas, of Burnbrae 
Sproul, John, Collier street 
Square, William, spirit merchant, 13 High street 
Steel, Catherine, spirit dealer, 2 Houstoun square 
Steel, John, grocer. Quarry street 
Steel, John, Macdowall street 
Stevenson, David, horse dealer, 23 High street 
Stevenson, D. & T., family grocers, fleshers, and provision 
merchants ; and agents for W. & A. Gilbey, wine 
importers and distillers, London ; also, sole agents for 
James Gibb & Co.'s patent ammonia fixed Peruvian 
Government guano ; 74 and 23 High street 
Stevenson, Mrs James, grocer, victualler, flesher, and wine 

and spirit merchant, 32 High street 
Stevenson, Robert, merchant, 62 Queen street, Glasgow — = 

house, Cochranfield House 
Stevenson, Thomas, licensed auctioneer and valuator, 74 

High street 
Stevenson, Walkinshaw, tailor, Collier street 
Stevenson, James, potato dealer, 6 High street-^ — house, do, 
Stevenson, William, clerk at Floors Mill 
Stevenson, W., grocer, spirit and seed merchant, 38 High st, 
Stevenson, William, manager, George Houstoun & Co.'s 
cotton mills, Millbank Cottage 



ii76 JOHNSTONE. 



Stevenson, William, provision merchant, 58 High street 

Stewart, James, farmer, Laigh Cartside 

Stewart, John, plumber and gasfitter, Church street 

Stirling, Mrs Patrick, High street 

Storrie, David, flesher, 65 High street 

Storrie, John, grocer, 48 Graham street 



TAYLOR, Thomas, saddler, 74 High street 

Taylor, William, feuar, Rankine street 

Taylor, William, smith, and house factor, 5 Rankine 

street 
Thomson, Alexander, baker, 50 Houstoun square 
Thomson & Allan, engineers, millwrights, and machinists, 

Laigh Cartside street Works 
Thomson, David, of Thomson & Allan, 65 Love street. 

Paisley 
Thomson, John, Bull Hotel, job and post-horse hirer, 72 

High street 
Thomson, Nisbet, baker, 76 High street 
Thomson, Nisbet, miller and grain merchant, Crossford 

Mills, Howwood, by Paisley — house, 76 High street, 

Johnstone 
Thomson, Robert, watchmaker, 60 High street 
Thomson, William, tailor and clothier, 61 High street 
Todd, William, grocer, and wine and spirit merchant, 2 

Quarry street — house, 12 do. 
Tweedale, John, manager at Thomas Shanks & Co.'s — 

house, 70 High street 
UNION Bank of Scotland, corner of Collier and Clark- 
streets— John Homes, agent 
Urquhart, James, carding master, Barbush Mill 
Urquhart, Mrs John, cowfeeder. Quarry street 

WALKER, Alexander, spirit dealer, 1 Quarry street 
Watson, James, sign writer, and block letter maker, 

painter and paper hanger, 60 High street 
tVeems, John, gas and water engineer and tinsmith, bell- 
hanger, coppersmith, plumber and gasfitter, 17 High 
street — residence, Walkinshaw House 



JOHNSTONE. 27* 



Weems, J. & W., patentees and manufacturers of hydraulic 
macliinery for lead and block tin tubes, tubular hot 
air apparatus for drying stoves, self-acting furnace 
dampers, steam traps, noiseless disc fans, and self- 
acting drying machinery of every description, Per- 
severance Iron Works, High street 
Welsh James, Cartside Iron Foundry — house, Cartside 
Welsh, Mrs Robert, Mavisbank Cottage 
Whitehill, James, wine spirit merchant, 58 High street 
Williamson, George, Blacksmith, 1 Houstoun square 
Wilson, Andrew, of Core & Wilson, High street 
Wilson, John, boot and shoe maker, Houstoun square 
Wilson, John, carding master at Browns, Malloch & Co.'s 

— 'house, Napier street 
Wilson, William, coal merchant, Johnstone station — house, 

3 Houstoun square 
Wingate, John, the Knowe, Milliken Park 
Woods, Blackley, boot and shoemaker, 36 High street 
Working Men's Refreshment Rooms, 24 High street — 

Margaret Smith, keeper 
Wylie, Alexander, clerk and book-keeper. Perseverance 

Ironworks — house, 15 High street 
Wylie, John, flesher, 41 High street — house, 13 William 

street 
Wylie, Joseph, 54 Houstoun square 



YOUNG, William, draper, 56 Houstoun square 



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278 JOHNSTONE. 



APPENDIX. 



Commissioners of Police. 

James Donald, senior magistrate. 

Charles Finlayson and David Jaffray, junior magistrates. 

Commissioners. 



William Weems, 
Archibald M' Arthur, 
John M'Pherson, 
James Buchanan. 



Thomas Barrowman, 
John Thomson, 
William Johnstone, 
David Blackwood, 
James Meiklejohn, 

James Reid, Clerk to Commissioners, and Clerk of Police Court, 
J. G. Clarence Miller, collector of Police Bates. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Johnstone District. 



Salmon, John, Johnatone Castle 
Speir, Thomas, of Blackstoun 
Shanks, Thomas, Johnstone 
Stevenson, William, Crosslee 
Stevenson, James, of Auchenames 
Stirling, Captain James, E.N., of 
Glentyan 



Donald, James, Johnstone 
Finlayson, James, Johnstone 
Freeland, Robert, Bridge of Weir 
Macdowall, Henry, Carruth 
M'Laren, Malcolm, Johnstone 
Ifapier, Sir R. J. M., of Milliken 

and Napiei', Bart. 
Napier, John S. 

Walter Holmes, Justice of Peace Clerk Depute. 

Justice of Peace Small Debt Court held in Black Bull Assembly liooms, 

on the third Monday of every month, at 11 a.m. 

Banlss. 

CITY OF GLASGOW BANK. 

Houstoun square. 

John Reid agent. William M^Dowall, cashier and accountant. 



UNION BANK OF SCOTLAND. 

Collier street. 

John Holmes, agent. Robert J. M'Lachlan, cashier and accountant. 

Alexander Bartlemore, clerk. 



ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND. 

83 High street. 

Walter Holmes, agent. J. G. Clarence Miller, cashier and accountant. 



JOHNSTONE. 279 



"WriteriS. 

John Holmes, Collier street I John Reid, 52 Houstoun square 

Walter Holmes, 83 High street | James Eeid, Baukside Cottage 



Medical Practitioners, 



Malcolm M'Laren, surgeon 
Andrew Henderson, M.D., surgeon 
John Bain, surgeon 



Thomas Garland Gray, surgeon 
Richard Gardner, M.D. 
Robert Eustace, surgeon 



Fire Brig-ade. 

Superintended by Magistrates and Councillors. 
James Barr, captain. | James Eeid, clerk. 

Fire and Life Insurance OfSLces and Agents. 

National Boiler — William Taylor, Raukine street. 

North British and Mercantile^ and City of Glascjow Fire and Life 

Insurance — Walter Holmes, writer, 83 High street. 

Northern — James Reid, writer, Bankside Cottage. 

Phmnix Fire — James F. Donald, High street. 

Scottish Equitable Life Assurance Society— J. G. Clarence Miller, 83 

High street. 

Scottish Unio7i — John Salmon, Quarrelton, 

Standard Life^ and Sun— John Reid, Houstoun square. 

European Guarantee of Fidelity — Archd. Fleming. 

Royal Fire and Life — Jas. Armstrong, Bookseller, and Archibald 

Fleming, Walkinshaw street. 

West of England — William Taylor, Rankine street. 

United Kingdom Temperance and Provident Institution^ and Scottish 

Fire — Robert Harper, 67 High street. 

Provincial Fire and Life — John Love, 19 High street. 

Johnstone Assemlsly Rooms, 

George Street. 
John Thomson, proprietor, Bull Hotel. 

Johnstone Coffee and Ne'^rs Boom, 

Bull Inn, 72 High street. 

Ministers. 

Johnstone Parish Church— Ludovic square; William Gaff— elected by 

congregation. 
Free Church of Scotland — William street, Houstoun square ; William 

Hutcheson — elected by congregation. 
Sir William Wallace Church — Elderslie ; David Reston — elected by 

congregation. 
East United Presbyterian Church— Walkinshaw street; George Brooks 

— elected by congregation. 
West United Presbyterian Church — Church street ; James Inglis — 

elected by congregation. 
R-oman Catholic Chapel — Grahame street ; Hugh Chisholm — appointed 

by the Bishop. 

N.B. —For residences, see Directory. 



280 JOHNSTONE. 



Bur^h Police. 

Superintendent — John Fraser, Collier street. 



Session Olerl: and Heg^istrar. 

Archibald Fleming, "Walkinsliaw street. 



Cliiircli OiSicers and Precentors. 

Parish Church — Jaiues Carswell, officer, Church street ; Archibald 

Fleming, precentor, Walkinshaw street. 
Free Church — John M'Nair, oiHcer, 2 Houstoun square ; John Mathie- 

son, precentor. High street. 
Sir William Wallace Church — William Currie, officer ; James 

Welsh, precentor. 
East United Presbyterian Church — Humphrey Giffen, officer ; William 

Guy, precentor. High street. 
West United Presbyterian Church — John Hendry, officer, Church st. ; 

James Hatrick, precentor, 12 Macdowall street 



G-rave-Digger. 

James Carswell. 



Inland Ilevenue. 

Walter Holmeg,writer, sub-distributor of stamps — office, S3 High st. 

Post Omce. 

, Walkinshaw street. 
Archibald Fleming, Postmaster, 
Arrivals — 5.20 a.m., 11 a.m., and 5.10 p.m. 
Box Closes — 12.5 noon, 1.20 p.m., 6.10 p.m., and 9.10 p.m. 
By the addition of an extra stamp. Letters may be posted until 
12.10, 1.25, 6.15, and 9.15 p.m. Collections from Wall Letter Box, 
Cross — 11.50 a.m., 4 and 9 p.m. 

Johnstone Bowling* OluT:. 

President — James Finlayson. Vice-President — James Donald. 
Treasurer, John M'Kenzie. Secretary — C. Finlayson. 

Ninth Renfrewshire Ilifle Volunteers. 

Captain — James Loudon, Cartside Villa. 

Lieutenant — James Fyfe Donald, Yillafield Cottage. 

Ensign— F. Christie. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Walter Holmes, writer. 

Annual General Meeting, 13th January. 

Johnstone Youn^ Men's Literary Association, 

Instituted 1865. 

President — George Thomson. Treasurer — Eobert Semple. 

Secretary — James Anderson, 31 High Sti'eet. 

Session — From 1st Thursday of October till last Thursday of March. 

Meet in Committee Room of Working Men's Institute. 



JOHNSTONE. 281 



G-las^o'w, Paisley, and Ardrossan Canal. 

Caual Store — John Sharp, goods' agent. 
Trading boats start every lawful day. 

1. From Johnstone, for Paisley, and Glasgow, at 6 and 9 a.m., and 

2 p.m. 

2. From Paisley, for Johnstone, at 6 and 11 p.m., and 5 p.m. , 

3. From Glasgow, for Johnstone, at 6 A.M., and 12 noon. 

Carriers' Quarters- 

PAISLET — Kobert Langmuir, Kankine street, arrives daily ; departs 

daily. 
GLASGOW — John M'Donald, High street; arrives daily; departs daily. 

Mills. 

Baebush Mill — J. & W. Napier & Co. 



C4.RTSIDE Mill — Smith & M'Laurin. 



Hag Mill — James Huie & Co. 
John Campbell, manager. j John Kyle, engineer. 



Johnstone Mill, Collier Street — William Paton. 



Johnstone Old Mill — Browns, Malloch, & Co. 



Johnstone Flax Mill — Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co. 
James Arrol, manager. | James Barnet, cashier. 

Donald Hill, foreman. 

Scliools. 

LADIES' SCHOOL. 
Mrs H. B. Ireland and Miss Bayne, Teachers.. 



FACTORY SCHOOL, 

George Street. 

James M'Cartney, teacher. 



JOHNSTONE BAGGED SCHOOL. 

Off Ludovic Square, 

Thomas Munn, teacher. 



CARTSIDE SCHOOL. 
Miss Allen, teacher. 



CHURCH STREET SCHOOL. 
Mrs M'Intosh, teacher. 



ROMAN CATHOLIC SCHOOL, 
Miss M'Donald, teacher. 

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282 



JOHNSTONE. 



Jolinstone Caledonian Curling: Cliils. 

George L. Houstouu, Patron. 

David Jaffray, President. James Salmon, Vice-President. 

David Jaffray and James Salmon, Eepresentative Members. 

Eobert Barr, Treasurer. Peter Jaffray, Secretary. 

Committee. 

Peter Jaffray | Eobert Barr | James Donald | Eobert Blair, 

Honorary Members. 



The Hon. Lord Muir, 
Col. Eussell, 
Joseph Braid, 
John Salmon, 
Alex. More, 



David Jaffray, 
William Jaffray, 
Peter Jaffray, 
James Salmon, 
David Eobertson 
James Donald, 



Ordinary Members. 
Eegular. 
James F. Donald,, 
James Hamilton, 
Archd. Lochhead,, 
Eobert Barr, 
Provost Veitcb, 
John Thomson, 



H. Macdowall, 
G. Somerville, 
Capt. Loudon, E.V. 
Eobert M'Creatb, 
John Wylie 



Eobert Blair, . 
0. Finlayson, 
Eev. Hugh ChishoJm, 
John Hodgart, 
James M'Cartney, 
E. M'Laughlin. 



Elderslie, and Jolinstone Caledonian Curling Club. 

Lady Ann Speirs, Patroness. 

Thomas Jack, President. Thomas Jackson, Vice-President 

George Jackson and Wm. Gray, Eepresentative Members. 

James Barr, Treasurer. Thomas Jackson, Secretary. 

Committee.. 



"William Gray,. 
William Blackburn, 



William Gray,. 
James Barr, 
Charles Glen ^ 
Thomas Jack, 
John Jardine. 
Colin Kerr, 



Matthew Gray. 
Honorary Member. 

John Holmes. 
Ordinary Members. 

Eegular. 
Thomas M'Millan. 
Matthew Gray, 
Thomas Erskine, 
William Blackburn, 
Alexander Neilson, 
John Brown, 

James Dougall 



Thomas Erskine, 
Eobert Sutherland, 



George Jackson, 
Thomas Jackson. 
James Blair, 
Eobert Sutherland,. 
John Barr, 
James Stewart. 



Coal Agents- 
William Wilson, Johnstone Station — house, Houstoun square. 
Thomas Jack, do. do. do. Canal street. Paisley, 

do. do. Thorn- 

do. do. do. 

do. and Elderslie — house. Thorn and 



James Allan, do, 

George M'Gavan, do. 
Gray & Gillespie, do. 

Elderslie Farm, 
John Bell, Canal Basin — house, Cherry woodside,, Elderslie 



JOHNSTONE. 283 



SOCIETIES. 



LOYAL JOHNSTONE YEOMANRY SOCIETY. 

Instituted 1803. 

Preses, Wm. Allan, Quarrelton. Treasurer, Andrew Wilson, High St. 

Clerk, James Reid, Bankside Cottage. 

JOHNSTONE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Instituted 1846. 

Preses, John Salmon, Esq., Johnstone Castle. 

Secretary, James Reid. OfScer, Neil Head. 

This Society has a Cattle Show Annually, on the Friday following the 

Second Monday of July. 

THE JOHNSTONE DERBY AGRICULTURAL CLUB. 

Annual Ploughing Competitions Open to Scotland. 

Secretaries — 

J. G, Clarence Miller, Johnstone ; R. J. M'Lachlan, Thorn. 

Treasurer — William Buchanan. 



JOHNSTONE PUBLIC HALL & WORKING MEN'S INSTITUTE. 

Directorate— 1870. 

President — James Finlayson, Esq. Vice-President — Captain Loudon. 

Treasurer — Mr James M'Cartney. Secretary — Mr James M'Dougall. 

Directors. 



Messrs John Scott 

Daniel M'Dowall 
Charles Lang 
James Buchanan 
WiUiam Galbraith 
Henry Dixon 
Thomson Tweedlie. 
Thomas Jack 



Provost Donald 
MesM-s Charles Finlayson 
Thomas Stevenson 
Robert Smith 
John Tweeddale 
George Craig 
Peter Jaflfray 
J. G. C. Miller 
R. C. More 

Meets First Monday of each month. 

Games' Room Committee. 

Messrs George Craig, Peter Jaffray, R. C. More, Charles Lang, 

J. G. C. Miller, William Galbraith, D. Macdowall. 

Meets on Second Tuesday of each month. 

Reading-Room and Library Committee. 

Messrs John Tweeddale, R. C. More, Thomas Jack, Thomson Tweedlie, 

James M'Cartney, Henry Dixon, John Scott. 

Mr John Tweeddale, Convener. 

Meets on Third Tuesday of each month. 

Hall Committee. 

Provost Donald, Messrs James Buchanan, Charles Finlayson, John Scott, 

Thomas Stevenson, Robert Smith. 

Meets on Fourth Tuesday of each month. 

President, Vice-Presideiit, and Secretary ex-officio members of all 

Committees. 

William Scott, Janitor. 



284 JOHNSTONE. 



JOHNSTONE TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. 

President, Eobert Harper. Vice-president, Eobert Neilson. 

Treasurer, Alexander Michael. Secretary, James Caldwell. 

JOHNSTONE, QUARRELTON, THORN, AND ELDERSLIE 
COFFIN AND COFFIN COVER SOCIETY. 

Instituted 1820. 

Preses, William Taylor, Rankine Street. 

Treasurer, Wm. Baxter, Rankine St. Officer, John, Hendry, Church St. 

Cover Keeper, James Carswell. 

Coffin Contractor, Robert Miller, Houstoun Square. 

JOHNSTONE GAS LIGHT COMPANY. 

Instituted 1823. 

Chairman, Henry Macdowall, Esquire, Carruth. 

Manager, Peter Blair — house, Gas Works. 

Secretary and Collector, James Smith. 

THE JOHNSTONE BUILDING SOCIETY. 
(Enrolled and Established under the Act of Parliament, 6 and 7 Wm. 
IV., cap. 32). 
Instituted on the permanent principle. 
The shares are £25 each, payable at the rate of 2s per share monthly. 
Entry-money, one shilling per share. 
Trustees. 
James Finlayson, Esq., of Glencart. 
William Edmund Hardie, Esq., of Locher House. 
James Loudon, Esq., Cartside Villa. 
Directors. 
James More, Chairman. 



William Allison 
D. M'Pherson 
John Sharp 
Alex. Chapman 
Morrison Smith 



Thomas Jack 
John Donald 
J. E. Donald 
Edmund Hardie 
Robert Thomson 
Peter Smith 

Treasurer, J. G. Clarence Miller, accountant. 
Secretary, John B. Stirling, Law Agent, Walter Holmes, writer. 

Bankers, Royal Bank of Scotland. 

Instalments due on the 1st, and payable thereon, or before the 4th of 

each mouth, at the Office, 83 High Street. 



Johnstone Cross — nearly opposite to the Bull Inn — is distant from 
the Cross of Paisley 3 miles, 5 furlongs, 34 poles. 

Fairs are held on the Thursday following the second M'jnday of 
July. Horse Fair, first Friday of January. 

Fast Days occur on Fridays before first Sabbath in April and 
October. 



ELDEESLIE. 285 



ELDERSLIE, BY PAISLEY. 



BEATON, John, farmer, Auchinlodement 
Beattie, John A., teacher 
Birnie, James, cowfeeder 
Brown, John, spirit merchant 

C4RMICHAEL, Mrs James, Bailie Nicol Jarvie Tavern 
Carmichael, Peter, farmer, Craigenfeoch 
Christie, Robert, designer, Glenpatrick Carpet Works 
Currie, William, officer Elderslie Parish Church 

DICKSON, Mrs, grocer 

Douglas, Robert, house factor, and proprietor 

ELDERSLIE Parish Church — Rev. David Reston, minister 
Elderslie School — Humphrey Hinds, teacher 
Elderslie Wallace School — John Beattie, teacher — Miss 
Hai"t, assistant teacher 

FYFE, John, grocer and spirit merchant 

GILLESPIE, Alexander, of Gray & Gillespie, Elderslie 

farm 
Gilmour, John, farmer, Fulbar 
Gilmour, William, farmer, Leitchland 
Glenpatrick Carpet Works — A. F. Stoddard & Co. 
Gray & Gillespie, coal merchants 

HALL, Mrs, farmer, Muirhead 

Hart, Miss, assistant teacher, Elderslie Wallace School 

Holm, Mrs Agnes, spirit merchant 

JARDINE, Mrs John, grocer and spirit merchant 

LANG, Alexander, grocer 



286 ELDERSLIE. 



MALLOCH, John, of Browns, Malloch, & Co., Elderslie 
Glen 

PARK, John, farmer, Greenhill 
Park, John, farmer, Mauchie's Mill 

RENSHAW, C. B., Glenpatrick Carpet Works 
Reston, Rev. David, minister, Elderslie Parish Church 
Ritchie, Mrs William, farmer, Broomward 
Robertson, David, grocer and postmaster 

SINCLAIR, James, wright and joiner 
Htevenson, Mrs James, farmer, Bardrain 
Stoddard, A. F., & Co., Glenpatrick Carpet Works, by- 
Paisley — Glasgow office, 54 St. Vincent street 
Stoddard, Fred. W., Glenpatrick 

WALKER, Mrs E., Elderslie Tavern 
Walker, Janet, farmer, Windyhill 
White, John, farmer, Bridgend 



1st delivery, 

2d 

Box closes, 



Post Office. 

David EobertsoH, postmaster. 



7.30 A.M. 

10.10 A.M. 

1.50 p.m. 

5.45 P.M. 



Elderslie Parish Church. 

Rev. David Reston, minister. 

Elderslie School. 

Humphrey Hinds, teacher. 

Elderslie Wallace School. 

John A. Beatttie, teacher. 
Miss Hart, assistant teacher. 

Glenpatrick Cricket Club. 

Grounds, Thornhill. 

Captain, F. W. Stoddard ; Sub-Captain, George Sharp 

Secretary and Treasurer, Alex. Robertson. 



THORNHILL. 287 



THORNHILL, BY PAISLEY. 



ALLAN, James, coal mercliant, Overton 

BOWIE, Allan, blacksmith 

Bowman, James, farmer, Auchenlodement 

Brooks, Rev. George, East U.P. Manse 

Burnside, Mrs, Thornhill Cottage 

COATS, Neilson, & Co., Thornhill Cotton Spinning Co. 

DOUGALL, James, spirit merchant 

FAULDS, Andrew, clerk. Thorn mill 

GLEN, James, joiner, Johnstone 

Glen, Thomas, of Hawkhead Mills, Paisley, Thornhill house 

Gray, Matthew, coal merchant 

HART, Thomas, basket maker 

JACK, Thomas, coal merchant 

KELLY, William, spinning master. Thorn Mill 

MEIKLEJOHN, James, grocer, wine and spirit merchant 
M'Nee, John, of M'Pherson & M'Nee, Johnstone 

NEILSON, Mackleroy, managing partner of Coats, Neil- 
son, & Co. 
Norie, John, nurseryman, Overton 

RENFREW, William, Thorn House 

SYMINGTON, Mrs William, grocer 

WALKER, Malcolm, joiner and cartwright 
Waterhouse, Joseph, manager, Thorn mill 
Watson, William, Thorn mill 



288 QUARBELTON BALACLAVA. 

^UARRELTON, BY PAISLEY. 

BARR, Robert, land surveyor 

Beveridge, James, schoolmaster — house, Schoolhouse 

Blackwood, Agnes, spirit merchant 

Buchanan, Ladovic, grocer and provision merchant 

COWAN, William, wright 
Cuthbertsun, William, clerk 

DAVIE, Hugh, blacksmith 

GILLESPIE, Thomas, farmer and contractor, Springfield 

LOGAN, Mrs John, spirit merchant 

M'GREGOR, William, manager, lime works, Crossford — 
residence, Damside Cottage 

PARK, Matthew, farmer, Greenend 
Penney, William, gardener 

SALMON, John, factor to George Ludovic Houstoun, 

Esq., Johnstone Castle 
Simpson, George, farmer, Meiklebog 

THOMSON, William, blacksmith 

QUARRELTON Parochial School — teacher, James Beve- 
ridge 

BALACLAVA, BY PAISLEY. 



BALACLAVA School 

Balaclava Store — James Mair, storekeeper, 

Beveridge, Colin, manager 

COWAN, John, blacksmith 

Crawford, John, clerk, Clippens Colliery 



INKERMANN. 289 



KENNEDY, Hugh, contractor, Clippens House 
Kerr, Thomas, farmer, Fulton 



MAIR, James, storekeeper 
ROSS, William, wright 



INKERMANN, BY PAISLEY. 



ALLAN, Robert, cashier — office, Inkermann Works 

DUNLOP, Colin, Walkinshaw House 

GARDNER, James, farmer. Boghead 
Gardner, Robert, farmer, Candren 

HENDRY, John, storekeeper 

Houston, Archibald, farmer, Walkinshaw 

INKERMANN Works School — Andrew Ross, teacher 

KIRKWOOD, William, manager 
Kirkwood, William, jun., clerk 

PATERSON, Thomas, sen.. East Candren 
Paterson, Thomas, jun., farmer, East Candren 
Post Office — John Henry, postmaster 

ROSS, Andrew, teacher, Inkermann Works School 
Rowand, Robert, farmer. West Candren 

WILSON, Matthew, factor, Blackstoun House 

Inkermann Works School. 

Andrew Eoss, teacher. 

Post Office Receiving Box at the Store. 

Jolin Hendry, postmaster. 

Arrival, 7 A.M. 

Box closes, ... ... 2 P.M- 

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290 LINWOOD. 



LINWOOD, BY PAISLEY. 



ANDERSON, James, proprietor, Linwood Shale Coal Oil 
Works — Office, 33 Renfield street, Glasgow — Thomas 
Barrowman, manager 

Andrew, William, joiner and carpenter 

BARROWMAN, John, oversman, Linwood Shale Coal 

Oil Works — house, at the Works 
Barrowman, Thomas, manager, Linwood Shale Coal Oil 

Works — ^house, Graham street, Johnstone 

CAMPBELL, William, carding master 

DAVIE, John, clerk at Linwood Ironstone Pit 
Duncan, John, spinning master 

ESTABLISHED Church— Rev. James Douglas, miaister 

FLEMING, John, oversman, Green farm 
Eraser, Joseph, grocer and undertaker 

GALBRAITH, William, victuaUer 

Gardner, James, spirit merchant and potato dealer 

GilHes, Duncan, gardener 

Gray, John, underground manager 

INGLIS, James, grocer and spirit merchant 

JAMIESON, John, farmer, Muirhead 

KELLY, John, mechanic 
Kerr, William, farmer, Linclive 

LEE, James, feuar 

Linwood Cotton Spinning Company, Linwood Mill 

Linwood Established Church — Rev. James Douglas, 

minister 
Linwood Mill School — John M'Connachie, teacher 



LINWOOD. 291 



Liuwood Shale Coal Oil Works — James Anderson, 

proprietor — Office, 33 Renfield street, Glasgow 
Lyle, John, farmer, Middleton 

MALLOCH, Alexander, of Linwood Spinning Company 

— house, Linwood 
Millar, James, picking master 
Morrison, John, carding master 
M'Connachie, John, teacher, Liuwood Mill School 
M'Farlane, James, grocer and spirit merchant 
M'Lachlan, Duncan, Erskine Falls, Clippens 
M'Nicol, Robert, victualler 

PATTISON, Charles, blacksmith and farrier 
Paul, James, clerk, Linwood Spinning Company 
Post Office — John Watt, postmaster 
Prentice, James, gardener, Burnbrae lodge 
Prentice, John, grocer 
Prentice, Robert, flesher 

RANKIN, William, spinning master 

Ronaldson, George, of Linwood Cotton Spinning Company 

Roberton, David, farmer, Linwood 

Rutherford, Thomas, farmer, Muirhead 

SPEIR, Miss, Burnbrae House 

Speir, Robert Thomas Napier, Burnbrae House 

Speir, Thomas, Burnbrae House 

Stevenson, Robert, Buck's Head Hotel 

WARD, Mrs, teacher 

Watt, John, druggist and postmaster 

Wilson, William, shoemaker 

Linwood Established Church. 

Eev. James Douglas, minister. 

Linwood Mill School — John M'Connochie, teacher. 

Post Office — John, Watt, Postmaster. 
Arrival,... 7.45. [ Box closes, , ... ... 1.25 P.M. , 

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All kinds of Jobbing in Stone and Brickwork carefully 

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Grindstones, &c., kept in Stock or Made to Order. 

Estimates given for every description of FREESTONE, MARBLE, and GRANITE 
WORK, Neatly Execnted to any Design. 

COACH-BUILDING ESTABLISHMENT. 



K©BERT K©XBUM©lfs, 

COACH-BUILDER, 

3 GARTHLAND PLACE, PAISLEY, 

BEGS most respectfully to return his sincere thanks to the Public of 
Paisley and its vicinity, for the large and increasing patronage 
with which they have favoured him. Having recently extended his 
premises, he begs to assure those who have Orders to give in his line 
of business, that he will endeavour to merit a continuance of their 
patronage by giving them good work at moderate charges. 

R. R. has for Sale a number of GIGS, DOG-CARTS, and 
"WAGGONETTES in newest styles at moderate prices, to which he 
invites the attention of intending purchasers. 

3 Garthland Lane, Paisley. 



ADVERTISEMENTS* 



AND 

69 EIGH STEEET, PAIiLEY. 



CROSSFLAT NUESERY, PAISLEY, 

Has cbliaays onhand a cJioioe Golleotiorh of 
G-reenJzozLse (Plants^ Florist Flo-wers, Frvbit 
Trees, in great variety. Svergreen Shrubs, 
S;o., and Iloses, the best in czoltivation, all 
at moderate prices. 

J\larriage ^ouqvoets and Cut Flowers. 
Entrance off MILL STREET by BANK STREET. 

MACHINERY BELTS. 

PARTIES in want of BELTS can be supplied with all 
Sizes, made of the best Material, Stretched on the 
newest principles, and at the Lowest Prices, from 

J- & J. KlOX, Saddlers, 

HARNESS, ACaOUTHEMElTT, AND HOSE-FXFE 
MANrFAOTUnEES, 

19 HIGH STREET, PAISLEY. 

Saddlery and Harness for Exportation. 

Every de..cription of JO^ (PI^IJ^'TING executed with 

JTeatness, Economy, and (2)espatoh, at the 

I^u^ISLE-S" I3:EI^-A.IjX) omoE^ 

WATERLOO PLACE, GILMOUR STREET. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



<^i^^ 



JOIJfER AID TIMBEB MERCHANT, 
4 WEST BUCHANAN STREET, 



^^ 



CRYSTAL, CHINA, & STONEWARE MERCHANT, 

AND GENERAL WASTE DEALER, 
117 GEOB&E SIBE3T, PAISLI!?. 




COAL MERCHANT, 
WISHAW AND AYESHIEE 

oo-a.il. IDEI^OTS^ 

XJadsrwood and Stoaey Bra©, Paisleys asid 
FulTaaa? Street, Reafrew, 

Has always on hand a Supply of the Finest qnality of 
Wishaw Household Coals. They are of Superior quality, 
and giving general satisfaction. A trial solicited. 
Fresh supplies also daily of Best Furnace Coal and. Droiss,.. 



ADVEftTiSHiiElJfg. 



Jill flfil, 

22 GLEN STREET, PAISLEY. 



JOBBIIV43 PUNCTVAIil^T ATTENDED TO. 



87 SlOtK STREET, rAISLET. 



I^umps and Ox Ilounds, 6fc. 
Corned ^eef and (Pickled ^ongues-^ 



'G. 



NEW COAL DEPOT. 



triTDERWOOD, 

Respectfully intimates that he has commenced Business 
oil his own account at the above Depot. From his deter- 
mination to keep only a first-class Article, and sell at the 
Lowest remunerative rates, he trusts to receive a Liberal 
share of Public Patronage. 

jS G-ood Stock of the ^est Household Coal oontinually 
on hand. 

i3:oxjSE— 99 mca-n street. 

Orders left with Mr. Andrew Gibson, Baker, 38 Higl^, 
Street, will be attended to. 
Paisley, 1870. 



ADVERTISEMENTS . 



PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTIST, 

5 aiLMOtJL STREET, 

PAISLEY. 
ESTABLISHED 1850- 

40 HIGH STREET, PAISLEY, 

(02oposite the Public Libraiy and Museum.) 



Venetian ^linds:^ I^e-taped and Gord.ed ; 
Hair, Wool, and Btraiv J^attresses. 

JOBBIHG- P^HCTtTALLT ATTEITDED TO. 



ROBERT ARMOUR, 

16 CAUSE7SISE STREET, PAISLEY, 

AGENT FOR THE 

NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTIE FIRE AND 
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

AND THE 

EDINBURGH LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. 



Fire (Policies transferred from other Offices 
without extra charge. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTIST; 

CHURCHHILL, PAISLEY. 

CAHTES DE VISIT-5S. PER DOZEN. 

DENTAL SURGERY. 



SURGEON-DENTIST, 

May be Consulted upon all the Branches of his Profession, daily, at 

8 ST. JAMES PLACE, PAISLEY. 



CARVER AND GILDER, 

85 HIGH STREET, PAISLEY. 

mAMES MADE, HEFAIHED, and HEGILDED. 

Cheap Washable Gilt Mouldings kept always on hand. 

P^p^ UU& itei^ MutAtA mi WmulAtL 

Paintings Cleaned, Repaired, and Varnished. 



GROCER AND SPIRIT RETAILER, 

BOTTLER, SbC, 

20 MOSS STREET, AND 4 HUNTER STREET, 
PAISLEY. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



104 HIGH STREET (CROSS), PAISLEY. 

jameTTrvine, 

Tailoi\_and Clothier. 

Gentlemen's and Boys' Clothing in all its Branches. 
ARTIFICIAL, TEETH. 



SURGEON-DENTIST, 

12 89r. JJlJdEB CpLJlGE, 
PAISLEY. 



_firtifioial ^eeth of the J^est Quality at Jdoderate (Prices. 
Decayed Teeth carefully Stuffed or Extracted. 

DYEING AND CLEANING. 



ST ANLEYJDYE WORKS, 

RECEIVING OFFICE— 

2 SMITHHZLLS, FAZSLEY. 
lEONHONGEIt AND PLUMBER, 

TIITSICITH AND aASFITTEIl, 

98 lEIXOH STE.EET, F.A.ISE'S'. 

(Laie John PulleTtoric.) 



AD VEETISEMENTS . 



Organ, Piano-forte, and Singing. 



ii.iiiiiiw riiiii 

ITo. -I SMITHHILLS. 

Piano-fortes, from the best Makers, on Sale or Hire 
Orders for Tuning promptly attended to. 



Accountant, House-Factor, and Insurance Agent, 
4 CAUSEYSIDE STREET, PAISLEY. 

AGENT FOR 

QUEEN ASSUEANOB COMPANY, 

AND TREASURER OF 

PAISLEY HERITABLE PROPERTY INVESTMENT SOCIETY. 

WILLIAM GALLOWAY & U.. 



DEPOT-STOITEY BEAE, 

PAISLEY. 

agent-robert risk. 

hosie:^y ahd gloves. 

9 high street, cross, 

Would respectfully call the attention of Gentlemen to his 

Large Stock of Wool Shirts and Pants. 
Gloves, Collars, Cuffs, and Ties. Alpaca and Silk Umbrellas. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



SEEDSMAN, NURSERYMAN, AND FLORIST, 

3 MOSS STREET, PAISLEY. 



Home and Foreign Fruits of the best quality. 

ISll 141©M¥, 

COOK AND PASTRY BAKER, 

TE:VCI>EI?,-^:NrOB HOTEL, 

19 SMITnniLLB, VAIBLEY, 

Soirees, Pic-nie, and Marriage Parties Supplied ■with. Despatch. 
Tables, Cloths, and Vases lent on hire. 

Cabs and Dog-Carts Let on Hire. 

WII.£IAM WI£I,IAMS, 

AND 

GENERAL ADVERTISING AGENT, 

In oonneotion with the United King'domj Association^, 

and upwards of 'Twenty years in the ^usiness^ 

18 OLD SNEDDON STREET, PAISLEY. 



ORDERS PUNTUALLY ATTENDED TO. 

THE COMMITTEE of the PAISLEY HOUSE OF 
REFUGE respectfully call the attention of Families 
and others to the Facilities afforded for Washing and 
Dressing of Clothes at this Establishment. Parties may 
rely on their work being done in a most satisfactory 
manner, and at Moderate Charges. 

(Price List may he had of the Jvlatron, J[^rs. Stark, ai 
the liefugej Stow CPJaoe, (Paisley^. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



BOOT AHB SHOE WAIEHOUSE, 

93 HIGH STREET, PAISLEY. 



BEGS to return his sincere thanks to his numerous customers for the 
liberal patronage they have bestowed on him since opening his 
Boot and Shoe Warehouse at the above address, where he will continue 
to sell from twenty to thirty per cent, cheaper than the public have beea 
receiving. 

A Splendid Stock of Boots and Shoes, made from the best material, 
both in uppers and soles, elegant in style, and warranted durable. 

Special attention is invited to his Select Stock of Hand-made Work, 
guaranteed fifteen per cent, cheaper than those made by machinery. 
The public can now save mpney by purchasing at this Shop. It is an 
old saying that " A penny hained is a penny gained," but here you can 
save shillings. The material and every class of work is guaranteed to be 
the very best that is made. 

OBSERYE THE ADDRESS:— 

93 HIGH STREET. 



Books, Pamphlets, Bills, 

business and other cards, 

pIRCULARS, TnYOICE ToPS, 

AND 

Every desoription of JO^ (PIIIJTQ^IJTG- executed with 
JTeatruess, Eoonomy, and (Xiespatoh^ at the 

i>.A-iSLE'3r ia:^E.A.x.i:» omoE, 

2 WATERLOO PLACE, GILMOUR STREET, 

WORKS-^IO HIGH STREET, 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



9 HIGH STREET, CROSS, PAISLEY. 

This stock is large, and embraces every requisite for a first- 
class Family trade, including 

M il|e MzBi ^ovtlim ns t\t^ appear itt j|illmwg. 

straw Bonnets and Hats Cleaned and Altered to the Newest Shapes. 



JOHN KILPATRICK, 

WRIGHT andFUIERAL UOERTAKEK, 

17 ABBEY STBEET, 7AISLEY. 

Orders oreMy and promptly attended to. 



WmMAW MAMM, 



SUCCESSOR TO 



WILLIAM STIRLING & CO., 

SADDLER, HARNESS, MILITARY ACCOUTREMENT, 
AND BELT MANUFACTURER, 

86 HIGH STREET, PAISLEY. 

Establiished Upwards of One Hundred Years. 



m 

(Late Foreman with Mr. Barbour^') 

JOINER, CABINETMAKER, & UPHOLSTERER. 

Funerals conducted and Jobbing punctually attended to. 

81 Causeyside Street^ Paisley.— Souse, 66 Bo, 



ADTERTI8EMENTS. 



JOHIT M'FEE, 

SUCCESSOR TO THE LATE 

JAMES STEVENSON, Seedsman, 

1 ST. MIEHEIT STREET, 

(Wear the Cross,) 

T> .A. X s JL, :e: ^st- 



fioOKBINDEI\_ AND SxATIONER, 
11 ST. MIREEN STREET, PAISLEY. 

AND 

TEPID AND VAPOUR BATHS, 

COEITEE OF &EOB&E AND STOHIE STEEETS. 



J. B. M'NEIL, Teacher of Swimming. 

J. SNEDDEN, Keeper. 

liiis aiiiJi, 

BOOT ANB SHOEMAKER, 

55 CAUSEYSIDE STREET, 

Has always on hand Boots and Shoes of his own make, 
at Moderate Prices. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



\rf4mox 4 ; jkuo-J'oiite and Imging, 

IT J \[ 

No. 86 HIGH STEEET, PAISLEY. 



HOSIER A.NJD GLOVER, 

25 and 26 HIGH STREET, PAISLEY. 



Small-iuares supplied to (Xiealers at G-lasgovj (prices. 



Ironmonger, || lumber, fc^filler, anH /in: ||orker, 
99 CAUSEYSIDE STKEET, 

Orders Carefully attended to, and Cliarg-es Moderate. 

BY STEAM POWER, 

PAPER RULES. AND AOOOXTNT BOOK MAKER, 
8 FORBES PLACE, and MARSHALL'S LANE. 

Invoices, Cards, Cii'culars, Funeral Letters, and Tickets of every description. 

Books bound to any Pattern. Stationei't/, ^c, ^c. 



ADYEETISEMENT. 



BUILDERS AIJ) MONUMENTAL WORKERS, 
LADY LANE, 

(OPPOSITE VICTORIA PLACE), 

PAISLEY. 



Lettering in G-ranite and Freestone neatly 
exeozbted. 



JoTjlsings ia Masonry pimctTially attended to. 



GRINDSTONES KEPT IN STOCK OR MADE TO ORDER. 

BALDWIN & MARTIN, 

A2TD BELLHAKdEBS, 
6 ST. MIRREN STREET, PAISLEY. 

Orders promptly attended to, and Cliarges Moderate. 

Every de.~cription of JO^ Cp^^IJ^f^ING- executed with 
JTeatness, Economy, and (X>espcbtch, at the 

P>^A.I©IjE"5r HEIiA-LID OmOE, 

WATERLOO PLACE, GILMOUR STREET. 



ADVERTISEMENTS . 



10 HZG^H STREET, PAISLEY, 

AGENT FOR 

Briton Hedical and. G-eneral Life Association. 
Scottish Fire Insurance Company. 
Britannia Fire Insurance Company. 

D. L Y L E, 

AGENT WEST OF ENGLAND INSURANCE CO., 

ACCOU^TAMT and HOUSE-FACTOR, 

4 HIGH STEEET, PAISLEY. 

.141111 M4Sf AiS^lS', 

TAILOR, CLOTHIER, AND HATTER, 

22 Hiaa STREET, PAISLEY. House-Do. 

Gentlemen's and Boys' Clotliing Fashionably Made. 



FISHMONGER & POULTERER, 

1 HIGH STEEET, PAISLEY. 

IiICENSED TO DEAL IN QAIXEE. 



ADVERTISEMEKTS. 



liijis iiiiiii 

CLOTHIER AND HATTER, 

16 G-ZLMOUP. STB.EET, PAISLE7, 
Has always on hand a select Stock, fitting for the Season. 

Juveniles' (X>resses, (Pulpit G-owrus, Livery, and 

Ilegimental Clothing-^ in the First Btyle. 

CHARGES MODERATE. 

MR. aEO, W. MAGALPINEi 

AGENT FOR 



49 MOSS ST!IEET, FAISLBT. 



JOHN BARBOUR, JUN., 



1 SMITHHILLS STREET, 
PAISLEY. 



Engraving on Copper, Gold, Silver, ^rass^ Ivory, Sfo,. 

(X>oorj Window, and Cart (Plates Furnished and 
Engraved in ^rass or Zino. 

Account Books, BiUes, Stationer3r, &c. 

DAILY AND WEEKLY PAPERS SENT TO ANY ADDBESS. 



ABVERTISEMEKTS. 



IS THE BEST PLACE IN TOWN TO BUY YOUR 

WATCH AND CLOCK, 

AND 
F I 3Sr E J" E 'W" E L L E E. "ST; 

ALSO, 

TO aET THEM HEFAIHED AlTD FT7T ZIT OHDEH. 



OBSERVE THE ADDRESS— 

46 MOSS STREET. 

GORDON & BARCLAY'S 

gMlITl, liliBLi, ill f IHIT0ii 
MONUMENTAL 

AND SCULPTURE WORK, 

BROOMLANDS STREET, 

(Opposite Cemetery Gate). 



Orders for J\^asonry will receive prompt and careful 
attention. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



11 



fA 



BOOKBINDER, 

ANUFACTUI^ING StATIONER, 



BOOKSELLER, LITHOGRAPHER, 

AND PRINTER, 

"I^SOLESALE XTET^S A&EITT, 
COFFEE ROOM BUILDINGS, CROSS, PAISLEY. 

and in every variety of Style, 

LE(I)QEIl&, JOUI^JT^LS, QfiY, and CjlBB: ^OOKB, 

Made up, Ruled, and bound to Order. 

GENTLEMEN'S LIBRARIES CLEANED and BOOKS REPAIRED. 

Maps and Plans Mounted and Varnislied. 

Prize Cards for Ornithological and Agricultural 
Exhibitions Neatly Done. 

Pictures Framed in any Style, Chaste or Plain. 

Framed Mouldings of every description. 

Family, (jPevo, and Rochet ^ibles. School ^ooks, Sfc. 

^ooks, JTumhers, (Parts, Weelcly CPuhlioations, 

(Xiaily and Weekly (Papers. 

PRmimG AND LITHOGRAPHmG NEATLY DOM. 

Cards, (plain and Ornamental^ Invoiae ^ops. Funeral 
Letters^ eta. 
o . 



Orders received for Tuning and Repairing Piano -Fortes, for 
J. H. De Monti's Tuners, who call once a week in Paisley. 
All orders entrusted to W. "W. will receive his best 
attention, and will be executed with the utmost despatch. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



STATIONERS, ACCOUNT-BOOK MAKERS, 
lo hzig-h: sti^eet, i>^A.isi.E7sr, 

if. H. S( 8. have pleasure in, cculling- special attention 
to the Stationery department of their business. They 
pay particular attention to the J/Lanufacture of all 
varieties of Jder chant s\ J/[anufacturers\ and jankers' 
;ficcount ^ooks. 

They keep a ruled pattern-file of all books made, to 
each of which is attached a number. (X)uplicates of 
any book can thus be had by simply ordering- by JTo. 
of ^ook. 

Circulars 

Journey Intimations 

Cash Acknowledgments '. 

Bank Drafts 

Price and Goods List 

Obituary Intimations 

B B Envelopes 

Funeral Letters 

Address Labels 

Eto.^ Etc., Etc. 

§mwiM$, §mtxt&tt, Wxitin^f mA 

Door,Window,& Cart Plates Furnished & Engraved. 

CEEST, ADDIIES£, and BUSIITESS DIES CUT. 

NOTE PAPER and ENVELOPES Stamped either 

Plain or in the New Brilliant Style. 

I lyiOURiyilVO STATIOI^ERY. | 

Pocket Books, Wallets, Note Books, in great variety. 
All kinds of Books Bound to any Pattern. 

C A M P B E L L'S DIARIES. 
10 aZGH STBEET, PAISLEY. 



Invoice Tops 
Account Tops 
Eeceive Notes 
Memorandum Notes 
Note & Letter Headings 
Estimate Headings 
Shawl Tickets 
Piece Goods Tickets 
Gummed Tickets 



Duplicate Receive Notes 
Bills, Posters, <fec. 
Marriage Invitations 
Marriage Cards 
Marriage Envelopes 
Soiree & Lecture Tickets 
Visiting Cards 
Ball Programmes 
Counting house sundries 



i 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 





STARCH MANUFACTURERS to H.R.H. the PRINCESS op WALES. 

G-LENFIELD 

STARCH, 

Exclusively Used in the Royal 
Laundry, 

AND PRONOUNCED BY 

HER MAJESTY'S LAUNDRESS to be tlie 

nSMEST STARCH SHE EVER USED. 

PRIZE MEDAL AWARDED FOR ITS SUPERIORITY. 

Sold by all G-rocers, Chandlers, Sfc, Sfn. 

■WOTHEESPOON 55 Co., &LAS&0"W AND LONDON. 
GLASGOW WHOLESALE AND EETAIL 

GElTEnAL WIEE-WOEIS AHD WIEE- 
CLOTH MANXJFAOTORY, 

15 O-A-ilSriDLEMGi-a-S, a-L-A-sa-o^w^. 



ESTABLISHED 1S37. 



ALEXANDER ROWAT 

Begs to return his sincere thanks to his Friends and the Public for 
the very liberal patronage he has been favoured with during the 
lengthened period of Thirty-three Years, and having assumed his 
Brother as Partner, begs respectfully to intimate that in future the 
Business will be carried on under the Firm of 

ALEXANDER ROWAT 55 00., 

And hopes by supplying a first-rate article at the smallest remunera- 
tive profit that that patronage will be continued and extended. 



ACtEilTlSEMEKTS. 



MR. JOHN WALKER, 

SUEGEON-BEITTIST, 

(^Former Residence 28 G^wse Street). 

BEST TEETH 5s. TJPWARDS- 



FUNERAL UNDERTAKER, 

7 NEW STREET, PAISLEY. 

Funerals carefully conducted either in town or country on 
moderate terms* 

OPfflOB OPEN NiaST AMD DAT. 



DAVID MORTON, 



12a GEORGE STREET, 

Building Yard — Corner of GearQ^ Street and Jjady Lane, 

fill hintds of Johhing- in 8tone and ^rja^iaorTs 
punotiMotly attended to, 

Qrindstgn^s^ 4^o.^ kept, in 8toQk qv mc^dQ tQ 0TdMV\ 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



GATLTES DE VISIT. 



I 



PHOTOGEAPHER, 

25 STOEIE STREET, PAIiLEY. 



■ isiif 1 iiiiiia,-- 

CLOTHIER AND HATTER 

18 GILMOUR STREET, PAISLEY. 



§0P KJJmmmm 

J\£ade up in the most Fashionable Styles. 



JAMES GAEDNEE, 

3 Jl'iKLS STEEET, FAISLET, 

(^House, 5 Garthland Lane) 

RESPECTFULLY begs to intimate to his Friends and the Public 
in general, that he has commenced Business at the above address, 
and trusts by strict atteation to Business, First-olass Workmanship, 
and moderate Charges, to merit a share of Public Patronage. 

BOOKBINDING 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION NEATLY EXECUTED BY 



PRACTICAL BOOKBINDER, 

35 STORIE STREET, PAISLEY, 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



COAL MERCHANTS, 

STONEY BKAE AND UNDERWOOD DEPOTS, 

OFFICES— TERRACE BUILDINGS, 

PAISLEY, 

AND RAILWAY STATION, FULBAR STREET, 

RENFREW. 



J, Ss E. ANDEESON, 

tlie only Surviving Partners of the Firm of 

JAMES AHDELSOIT & BO'EB, 

JOINERS & FUNERAL UNDERTAKERS, 
are carrying on the Business as formerly at 

(First Door above Old Premises.) 

Houses— 6 New Street and 8 Orchard Street. 

The Trade SuppHed with all necesswn/ Furnishiiigs. 
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY. 



TEA MERCHANT 



HAS much pleasure in announcing thas he has at pre- 
sent on hand a Large and Varied Stock of TEAS 
carefully selected from the finest imports of the Season. 

As Teas are now very moderate, he is prepared, from 
recent purchases, to offer excellent value in Chests, Half- 
Chests, and Boxes : Duty Paid or in Bond. 

Tea Wareliouse-105~CEOSS, PAISLEY. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WAEEHOITSE, 
87 HIGH STREET (Corner of Churchliill). 



Crystal and China Merchant, 

DEALER m COTTOX AND WOOLLEN WASTE, 

13 TTKIiliMEADOW STREET, 

PAISLEY. 



COOPER, 

(Successor to the late Mr. Hugh Paterson) 

43 HIGH STREET, PAISLEY. 



COOPER WORK IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 
TERMS MODERATE. 



COOPERAGE— 48 HIGH STREET. 

ST7LL I1T2T FOSTZN& ESTABLISHMEITT, 
5 NEW STREET, PAISLEY. 

Harringtons, (X)og Carts, Bad die Horses, JVLinibuses. 
Job and (Post Horses, Hearses, Funeral and 
J^ourning Coaches , Sfc. 

Funeral Undertaking and other Orders promptly attended to. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



BOi>TXJS ■^^:eij^ir 



MTHBMTISH&.iEEMmE 

INSUEAHCE COMPANY, 

ESTABLISED 1809. 

CAPITAL, .... TWO MILLIONS. 

Invested Funds, 1S69, - - .^SjOSl^SlO 15 10 
AnnualHeveniio, 1869, - - 901,56'7 10 2 

PIEB DEPARTMENT. 

The Company lusures every Description of Property at Home and 
Abroad, at tlie Lowest Eates of Premium corresponding to the risk. 
No charge whatever is made for Policies, or for Transfers from other 
OfSces. All claims promptly and liberally settled. 

LIFE DEPAP^TMEHT. 

The Tables of Premiums are moderate. Special Tables have been 
introduced by the Company, viz . — The Half Premium — Double As- 
surance — Assurance and Annuity. Eeduced Tables for residence in 
India, China, &c. Mne-tenths of the whole Proiits divided every Five 
Years. 

THE NEXT DIVISION AT Slat DECEMBER, 1870. 



AITJTXTITY DEPAiaTMEHT. 

Annuities, immediate, deferred, or contingent granted, and the 
rates fixed on the most favourable terms. 

Full explanations, Tables of Eates, &c., may be had at any of the 
Company's Offices or Agents throughout the Kingdom. 



OFFICE 102 ST. VINCENT STEEET. 

DIEECTOnS. 

The Hon. WILLIAM RAE AETHUE, Lord Provost. 
Lieut..Col. W. \V. HOZIEE ot I DUKCAN SMITH. Esq., Merchant 

Tannochside. W. W. WATSON, Esq., City 

JOHN MORGAN, Esq. of Green- Chamberlain. 

law, Paislev. J. T. CAIKD, Esq., Engineer, 

THOs. CLAVEKING.E.sq.,Merchant 1 Greenock. 
Manager.— G. W. SNODGEASS. Secretary.— ABCRIBALI) BLAIE. 



AGENTS. 

M'INNES & MAGPAELANE, Writers, Paisley. 

JOHN HUTOHESON, Banker, Paisley. 

ROBEBT AEMOUE, Commission Agent, Paisle3^ 

WALTEE HOLMES, Banker, Johnstone. 

WILLIAM M'DOWALL, City of Glasgow Bank, Johnstone. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



BRITOI lEBIflil L GEIEEAL 

LIFE ASSOaiATIOlT. 



Realised Assets, exceeds - - - £680,000 

Annual Revenue, exceeds - - - £240,000 

And is increasing at tlie rate of - - £20,000 
per annum. 



Office for Scotland— 13 QUEEN STREET, EDINBURGH, 
West of Scotland Branch Office— 51 ST. VINCENT STREET, 
GLASGOW. 

DIEECTOBS OF THE SCOTTISH BHAITCH. 

Chairman of the Board— TLE^'RY MOFFAT, Esq., of Eldin. 
WILLIAM N. ERASER, Esq. of Tornaveen. 
JOHN MESSENT, Esq., London. 
ADAM MORRISON, Esq., S.S,C. 
JOHN TURNBULL, of Abbey St. Bathans. 
A. B. FLEMING, Esq., 12 Eton Terrace. 
THOMAS LAYCOCK, Esq., M.D., Professor of the Practise of 
Medicine in the University of Edinburgh. 



West of Scotland District Manager— ALEX. B. ROSS. 

Manager and Secretary for Scotland — DAVID HARRIS, F.S.S. 

This Association, Established in 1854, originated, and successfully 
carried out, a peculiar feature (now known as the "Briton feature "), 
■whereby, without the Payment of any additional Prenaium, the Policies 
become Payable to the Assured during his oion life-time, or, in the event 
of his early death, to his family or other representatives. 

Whole world leave of travel and residence, and immediate indis- 
putability granted on payment of one small extra premium, whereby 
the Policy is made an absolute send, indefeasible document of security irora 
the date of its issue. Forms of Policy sent on application. 

Detailed List of the Investments, and complete Statement of the 
position of the Association to be had on application to any of the 
Branches, Agencies, or to the Chief Offices of the Association. 

A&SNTS rOH PAISLET. 

Mr. JAMES HAY, 10 High Street. 

Mr. THOMAS OULLEN, 12 St. James Place. 

AGENT POS, JOHNSTONE. 
Mr. ALFRED CHARLES JONAS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



S7SCIAL ITOTICE, 



THE 



STANDARD LIFE ASSURANCE 

O O 3MC I» -A. 330" "y . 



ConstUvbted hy Special jficts of (Parliament. 



EST-A-BLISHEID 18S5- 



DIVISION OP PROFITS. 

THE EIGHTH DIVISION of the Company's Profits 
is appointed to be made at 15th November, 1870, and 
all Policies now effected will participate. 

THE FUND TO BE DIVIDED will be the Profits 
which have arisen since 15th November, 1865. 

The System pursued in the Division of Profits is fully 
explained in the Company's detailed Prospectus. 

^. r: ...^ WILL. THOS. THOMSON, MAMGER. 

Edinburgh, 3 George Street, 
June, 1870. 



A&BNT IN PAISLEY- 
WM. M'INTYRE, Jun., 6 High Stkeet, Cross. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



TEE EDINBUEG-H 

FOUNDED 1823. 

ACCUMULATED FUNDS, £1,056.556. 

AiNNUAL IxMCOME, 153,416. 

NET ASSURANCE LIABILITIES, ... 3,173.866. 

The Directors beg to draw the attention of intending Assurers to the 
Perfect Security, Liberal Conditions, Bonus Advantages, Moderate 
Charges, and Varied Systems of Assurance of this Office, full particulars 
of which may be had at any of the Offices or Agencies of the ■Company. 
The next Septennial Division of Profits will be made after the Close of 
the Books, at 31st March, 1871. Policies opened before that date will 
secure a Full Year's Bonus, according to the Kules of the Office. 

Head Ofpice— EDINBURGH, 22 GEOEGE STEEET. 

West of Scotland Branch — 

GLASGOW, 63 and 65 ST. VINCENT STEEET. 



A&ENTS m paisley- 
Mr. R. ARMOUR, 16 Causeyside Street. 
Mr. J as. MACDUFF, Druggist, 5 Cross. 
Applications for Agencies in Paisley and Neighbourhood invited. These 
should be addressed to John Hill Elder, District Secretary, at the 
Glasgow Office. 

THE 

PAISLEY HERALD, 

AND RENFREWSHIRE ADVERTISER 

IS THE 

COUNT? PAPER FOR nENF2lB"W, 
And commands an Extensive Circulation amongst a 
population of 100,000 inhabitants, as well as being read in 
the neighbouring Counties of Ayr and Lanark. 



IT IS THE EECOGNISED MEDIUM FOR 

ADV EBTISEMEITTS, 

And .yet (owing to its large size) is one of the most 
readable weekly Newspapers of the day. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WILLIAM MACINTYRE, Jun., 

WHOLESALE STATIONER 

AND 



KEPT IN STOCK, OR MADE TO ORDER. 

Writing, Packing, Grocery, & Drapers' Paper 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

ENGRAVING, LITHOGRAPHING, AND PRINTING 



MILNERS' FIRE PROOF SAFES. 



BY APPOINTMENT OF THE HONOURABLE BOABD OF ORDNANCE. 
FOU THE SALE OF THE 

ORDNANCE SURVEY MkPS. 



6 HIGH STREET, PAISLEY. 

"WOfiSS-ELACE^ALL FAFEE MILL. 



ADYERTISEMENTS. 



CABINET & GENERAL UPHOLSTERY g 

^ S3 HIGH STBEET, PAISLEY. § 

CO 

^ Sideboards, Telescope, and Loo Tables. 2 

^ Wardrobes, Parisian Half-tester, French and Iron Bedsteads. O 

^ Sofas and Chairs, in Morocco, Velvet, Damask, ^ 

PL, and Hair Cloth. *"• 

^ (pressing- 'zTahles and Grlasses. hr] 

S BRUSSELLS TAPESTRY S-PLY, & SUPER CARPETS, t 

^ 6/4 Repp and All-Wool Damasks, Floor Cloths, 

^ India and Cocoa Mattings. O 

K^ O 

rq Arched Curtain and Sofa Gimps. Orris and Float Laces. ^ 

Drapery and Curtain Fringes. p^ 

Q J^ellpulls^ 9^assels^ and Silk Hangers. ^ 

^ Mahogany and Brass Cornices. q 

K" Do. Do. Cornice Poles. t^ 

2 Mahogany and Fancy Brass Pole Rings. m 

'"' ^rass Cornice Ends and ^ands. ^rass (Pole ^ 

^ ^rackets and Hooks. t?^ 

Carpet and Paper Brushes, and Door Mats. hj 

ffi ' '^ 

g BEDDING. ^ 

1-^ ^ 



CQ Purified Downs and Feathers. Feathers and Mattress Ticks. ^ 



g 8:pring; ^^-.., ^ ^ 

Q^ Wool Matkesses, Beds, Bolsters, and Pillows. q 

" — >t 

I TEADE, &e., > 

5 1^ 

jj; Hair Seatings— Plain and Figured, Curled Hair, Tacks, Pins, ^ 

and Girthweb. Sofa and Mattress Coppered Springs. U2 

French Pulley Kods. p^ 

PATENT ROLLER AND VENETIAN BLINDS. p 

Glasgow Furniture Oil in Bottles. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



S, & W. ^T 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

CRYSTAL AND CHINA MERCHANTS, 

AND WASTE DEALERS, 

37 HIGH STREET, PAISLEY. 

J& W. S. would beg to inform Parties furnishing that 
they can be supplied with all classes of Best Stafford- 
shire CHINA and STONEWARE at Prices as Low as 
any Establishment in Glasgow, and in many cases cheaper. 
2| per cent, per pound discount allowed on all goods 
paid cash. 

All Orders carefully Packed, if required. 



yHivaya on hand 80 or J^O ^ecu-Bets to Choose from. 

'WSOLESALS ASS BETAIL 

FiSH, GAfflE, POULTRY, 

AND ICE 

OLD BEIDGE, PAISLEY. 



ADVEKTISEMENTS. 



PURIFICATION, 



ISDALE & M'CALLUM, 

SOLICIT ATTENTION TO THE QUALITY OF THEIR 

DOMESTIC AJ^D SCOURING SOAPS, 

AS MANUFACTUEED BT THEM. 



Works— 4 New Sneddon, 

N ATIONAL. 

OFFICE-14 GILMOUR STREET. 

Open on Monday, Tuesday, Thubsday, and Satxjbday, from 10 till 
3 o'Clock ; and on Saturday Evening, from 6 till 9. 

Deposits from OITE SSILLI1T& and TJp'^ards received. 

CASHIER: 
JOHN M*GOWN, Accountant & InsuranceAgent. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Scottish Fire Insurance Company 

CAPITAL-ONE jiLLION STERLING. 

CHIEF OFFICES: 

31 GEORGE STREET, EDINBURGH. 
123 ST. VINCENT STREET, GLASGOW. 

Shairman— Allan a. Maconochie Welwood, Esq., of Meadow- 
baak and Garvock. 
De"DUt7-01iairman— Alexander Hamilton, Esq., LL.B., 
"W.S., Edinburgh. 
George Oadell Bruce, Esq., C.E., Edinburgh. 
James Forman, Esq., Advocate, Edinburgh. 
William Lindsay, Esq., late Provost of Leith. 
James Cowan, Esq., Papermaker, Edinburgh. 
David Dice:son, Esq., Wholesale Stationer, Edinburgh. 
J. Haliburton King, Esq., of Balerno. 
Charles Pearson, Esq., C.A., Edinburgh. 
Thomas Sprot, Esq., AV.S., Edinburgh. 

Manager— James Ehind Carphin, c.a. 

Secretary— JoiiN hurry. 

Cliairman— Mark Sprot, Esq., of Garnkirk. 
James Rodger, Esq., Merchant, Glasgow. 
M. E. EOBINOW, Esq., Merchant, Glasgow. 
J. P. KiDSTON. Esq., Merchant, Glasgow. 

Secretary — Archibald Lawson. 

Houses, Manufactories, Warehouses and their contents, Rents, Farming 
Stock, Ships in Port or whilst Building, i^c, &c.. Insured on the most 
favourable terms. 

Risks surveyed free of expense. 

No charge beyond Nett Premium in any case, and Insurances trans- 
ferred from other OEBces without extra cost. 

Claims settled with liberality and P-^Pj^J'-I^^ARPHIN, Manager. 

AGENTS IN PAISLEY. 
JAMES ADAM, Town Chamberlain, County Buildings. 
JAMES HAY, 10 High Street. 
JAMES BROWxV, City of Glasgow Bank. 
THOMAS DONALD, House Factor, 42 New btreet. 

AGENT IN RENFREW- 
JOHN MaNTTRE, Merchant. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ASSURANCE GOfiUPANYi 

92 CHEAPSIDE, LQITDOIT, E.G. 

CAPITAL— ONE MILLION TWO HUPRED THOUSAND POUNDS. 



INSTITUTED 1808, 

And Empowered by an Act op Parliament of the 
54th Geo. III. 



directors. 

THOMAS CHAPMAN, Esa., F.E.S., Chairman, 
benjamin buck GREENE, Esq., Deputy-Chairman. 



Sir William Baynes, Bart. 
Arthur Edward Campbell, Esq. 
Joseph Grote, Esq. 
•John Oliver Hanson, Esq. 
John George Maclean, Esq. 



Samuel Eustace Magan, Esq. 
Rear-Adrairal Montgomery. 
Joseph Pulley. Esq. 
Arthur Augustus Easch, Esq. 
Philip Ainslie Walker, Esq. 



AUDITORS. 

JAS. PATTISON CUERIE, Esq., & JAMES PHILIPS, Esq., F.G.S. 

SECRETARY. 
EIOHAED EAY, Esq. 

ACTUARY. 
WILLIAM HENRY TYNDALL, Esq. 

consulting ACTUARY. 
CHAELES ANSELL, Esq., F.E.S. 

solicitor. 
THOMAS BEOWNING, Esq. 

MEDICAL officer. 

WILLIAM COULSTON, Esq., F.S.A. 

BANKERS. 

Messrs PEESCOTT, GEOTE, CAVE, AND CAVE. 

This Company having been established nearly sixty years, ample time 
has elapsed to prove the soundness of the principles on which it has 
been conducted. During that period its operations have attained great 
magnitude, and it has enjoyed much prosperity. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



A f.Ias A ssurance— Continued. 



LIFE DEFAHTMENT. 

The Accumulated Premiums amount to more than £1,650,000. 
The Annual Income exceeds £170,000. 

Bonuses have been declared on some Policies to an amount greater 
than the sum originally assured. 

Premiums have been extinguished where the parties assured have 
applied the Bonus in reduction of the Annual Premium. 

The total Surplus divided amongst the assured up to the present 
time amounts to the sum of £1,253,106 in actual money, and is repre- 
sented by a still larger reversionary sum payable at death. 

The sum of over £4,600,000 has been paid during the existence of 
the Office for Claims under Life Policies, of which amount a very con- 
siderable part was for Bonuses. 

Persons Assuring in Grea,t Britain -have the option of Participating 
Eates of Premium or of Non-Participating Eates. 

The Eates of Premium have been adjusted in accordance with a 
long experience, and bear equitably on all ages. 

The Non-Participatiug Scale is particularly adapted to parties 
wishing to assure a fixed sum only, at a fixed Eate of Premium, and 
on low terms. 

Combined Provision may be made for Old Age and early Death, so 
that a person may secure a sum of money for himself, to be paid at a 
stipulated Age, if he should live so long, or to be paid to his Execu- 
tors if he should die before that age. This feature in the Atlas 
Opfice arrangements deserves particular attention, as likely to meet 
the requirements of a large number of persons. 

The Directors are ready to receive Proposals for Assurances on 
any contingency involving payment of a sum at death. 



FlUE LEPAHTMENT. 

This Company undertakes the Assurance of almost every species 
of Property ia the United Kingdom, at Rates of Premium and upon 
principles which will be found quite as advantageous to the interests 
of the Assured as those offered by any other. 

The great advantage of an Assurance against Fire to individuals of 
every class can be confirmed by the fact that this Company, while it 
is annually assuring Property amounting in value to more than 
£30,963,325, has paid for Losses to the Assured within the United 
Kingdom, since its institution in 1808, upwards of £1,730,000 sterling. 

No charges for Policies or Stamps. 

Tables of Eates, Forms of Proposals, and any information needful 
to effect Life or Fire Assurances, may be obtained on application to 
the Office, No, 92 Cheapside, London, or to any of the Company's 
Agents. EICHAED EAY, Secretary 



AGENTS FOR THE COMPANY IN" PAISLEY : — 

EOBEP^T BROWH & SOIT, 

SNEDDON BRIDGE. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



SCOTTISH IMPERIAL 

INSURANCE COMPANY, 



FIRE— LIFE— ANNUITIES. 



GLASGOW— No. 50 WEST GEORGE STEEET. 

EDINBURGH— 17 GEORGE STREET. 

LONDON— 5 LOTHBURY. 

LIVERPOOL— ORIEL CHAMBERS, WATER STREET. 

MANCHESTER— 25 BROWN STREET. 

MONTREAL— ST. JfRANCOIS XAVIER STREET. 



ALEXANDER RONALDSON, Esq., Chairman. 
JAMES NICOL FLEMING, E»q., Vice- Chairman. 



G. STEWART ANDERSON, Esq., Merchant. 

ALLAN ARTHUR, Esq. (Messrs Henry Monteith & Co.) 

HUGH.BAIRD, Esq., Merchant. 

WILLIAM BURNS, Esq., Solicitor. 

JAMES COUPER, Sen., Esq., Merchant. 

ALEXANDER DREW, Esq. (Messrs James Black, Drew, & Co.) 

JAMES GRAHAM, Esq.. Builder. 

WALTER GRIEVE, Esq., Merchant, Greenock. 

ANTHONY HANNAY, Esq. (Messrs Kelly & Co.) 

JOHN JAMES MUIRHEAD, Esq., Goldsmith. 

JAMES SALMON, Esq., Architect. 

DAVID SMITH, Esq., (Messrs. John Ross, Jun., & Co.) 

WILLIAM TAYLOR, Esq. (Messrs. Henry Taylor & Sous.) 

GREGOR TURNBULL, Esq., Merchant. 

Consulting Physician — Dr. M'Call Anderson. 

Solicitors — Messrs. Burns,, Alison, & Aitkem. 

Bankers — The City of Glasgow Bank. 

Manager — A. Gordon Brown. | Secretary — A. L. Whitecross. 

FIRE — This Company undertakes the Insurance of almost every species 

of Property at Rates of Premium as advantageous to the 

interests of the Insured as those offered by any other Office. 

Transfers from other offices are effected without Charge. 

LIFE — The Life Tables have been framed upon as moderate rates as 

are consistent with perfect security. 

Participation Policy-Holders are entitled to a share in the 
Profits to the extent of Ninety per Cent., both of the 
Participation and Non-Participation Branches. 

A. G. BROWN, Manager. 
Applications for AGENCIES are Invited. 
AGENT IN PAISLEY: 
Mr. ROBERT LECKIE, City of Glasgow Bank. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JOINEK, CIBLWTMAKER, UPMOISTERES, 

AND 

FUNERAL UNDERTAKER, 
49 MOSS STREET 

AND 

79 ITEW SITEDDOIT, 

TAKES this opportunity of thanking his Friends and 
the Pubhc who have patronised him for the last 
thirty years, and begs to intimate that in order . to meet 
the increased demand he has removed to more commodious 
Workshop and Warehouse Premises, 

79 NEW SNEDDON, 

where he will have an opportunity of displaying his varied 
Stock of HOUSE FURNISHINGS, whilst for the con- 
venience of his Customers Samples will be kept at 49 
MOSS STREET, where Orders maybe left. 



THE FU^ERAIi I>EPARTME]XT 

WILL BE CONDUCTED WITH THE 



Venetian ^linds^ Feather §edsy Hair^ Wool, and 
Btrazu Jdcuttresses. 

Ladies' Needle-'Work tastefully done up. 

TEMPORARY DECORATIONS FOR SOIREE AND 
BALL ROOM. 

9^he Trade Supplied. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



•WEST OF ENGLAND 

FIRE MB IIFE IJVSURAIVCE COMPANY. 

ESTABLISED 1807, 
And Empowered by Special Acts of Parliament. 



TRUSTEES. 

Eight Hon. Earl of DEVON. Eight Hon. Earl Fortesque. 

Eight Hon. Earl MORLET. Sir THOMAS DYKE AOLAND, Bart. 

SAMUEL T. KEKEWIOH, Esq., M.P. 

President— WILLIAM BARNES, Esq. 

Secketaey— WILLIAM CANN. Actuary— CHARLES LEWIS. 



LIFE INSURANCES. 

I'^HIS Company offers to the Public the security of an ample paid 
up Capital, and Accumulated Fund of ONE MILLION AND A 
HALF STERLING, with an ANNUAL REVENUE of £200,000 
from the Life Branch alone. Four-fifths, or 80 per cent., of the 
profits are appropriated to all Policies, of £100 and upwards, every 
Fifth year, and without responsibility of partnership. 

The share of profits allotted to each Policy may be added to the 
sum insured, and payable at the death of the Life — or its present 
value in cash may be received — or an equivalent reduction of the 
future Annual Premium obtained — at the option of the assured. 

Assurances effected at lower rates without participation. Rever- 
sions purchased, and annuities granted. 

Loans are granted by the Company on Life Policies^ on approved per- 
sonal security^ and Advances are also made on the secunty of policies of 
adequate value. 

VOLUNTEER CORPS. 

Persons insured with this Company are at liberty to serve in any 
Volunteer Corps within the United Kingdom, without prejudice to 
their Policies. 

"DAYS OF GRACE." 

By the condition of the Company's Policies, invariably acted upon 
for upwards of Fifty Years, the period for payment of Premiums is not 
only extended to the days of grace, without forfeiture of the Policies, 
but the sums insured are recoverable, the same as if the claim had 
risen at any time previously. 

NO CHARGE FOR LIFE POLICT STAMPS OB MEDICAL FEES. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 

West of England Insurance — Continued. 



FIRE INSURANCES 

Are effected by the Company at the -usual Rates, on the various 
descriptions of Property. Manufactories and similar risks insured 
by special agreement, on favourable terms. Losses by gas explosion 
are made good. , , , v *• * 

Forms of proposals and prospectuses may be had on application to 
any of the Company's Agents. 

AGENTS. 

A. POLLOCK, JuN., 5 Causeysidb Steeet. 

D. LYLE 4 High Street. 

The Company's FIRE BRIGADE and ENGINE are despatched 
TO ALL FIRES WITHOUT CHARGE, Special protection being given to Pro- 
perty Insured by their Policies. The West of England is the only 
Company maintaining a Fire Establishment in Scotland, at their 

OWN EXPENSE. 

Immediate Intimation, in all cases of Fire, 

Should be given at the Station House, 20 Smithhills, End of Old 

Bridge. 

NOBLE CAMPBELL, Superintendent, 19 Old Smithhilla. 

THE IMPERIAL^FIRE OFFICE. 

ESTABLISHED 1803. 



Intending Agents and Insurers are requested to note the figures, 
denoting the financial position of this Office. 

CAPITAL, ... £1,600,000, 

PAID TTP, £"700,000, 

AFFORDING UNDOUBTED SECURITY, 

AN IMPORTANT CONSIDERATION TO INSURERS. 



APPOINTMENT OF AGENTS. 

In addition to Agencies in large towns, the Directors are desirous to 
appoint suitable persons as Agents iu each town and village of importance 
in Scotland. 

Proposals from those wishing to act may be forwarded to the Secretary, 

IMPERIAL FIHE OrnOE, 

36 St. Vincent Place, Glasgow. 
First-Class Risks accepted at moderate rates. 
Immediate protection granted by the Company's Agents. 
DAVID GILMOUR, 5 Causeyside, Paisley. 
DAVID MURRAY, 15 Gilmour Street, Paisley. 
ANDREW PATERSON, British Linen Bank Paisley. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Established 1836. Empowered hj Special Acts of Parliament. 

Offices: 

LIVERPOOL 1 DALE STREET. 

LONDON 7 COKNHILL and CHARING CROSS. 

GLASGOW 128 INGRAM STREET. 

Invested Funds at end of 1869, £3,680,618 

Fire Premiums in 1869 904,617 

Life Premiums in 1869, 272,344 



James Reid Stewaht, Merchant, Glasgow Chairman. 



Andrew Buchanan, Esq., of 

Auchentorlie, 
James J. Griere, Esq., M.P., 

Greenock. 

Eesident-Secretary—T>. Stewart, Esq, 



Robert F. Shaw Stewart, Esq., 
Swinton Boult, Esq., Managing 
Director. 



Insurances on nearly every description of Property, at Home and 
Abroad, can be affected at Moderate rates. 

SPECIAL ADVANTAGES. 

The Rates of Premium are moderate for all descriptions of Insurance. 

Every Policy on the Bonus Plan is entitled, after five years Premiums 
have been paid to a Fixed Bonus, according to the Table in the Pro- 
spectus, which is guaranteed as part of the Policy. 

A distinctive feature of tliis Company's Bonus is, that after ten years 
it Increases Annually, instead of, as in most Life Offices, remaining 
stationary for a period of five or seven years. 

Whole World Leave granted on reasonable terms. 

Claims are paid Thirty Days after admission. 

Medical Fees and Policy Stamps paid by the Company. 

Forms of Proposals, Prospectuses, and all necessary information 
furnished on application. 

D. STEWART, Resident Secretary, 
128 Ingram Street, Glasgow. 

AGENTS IN PAISLEY :- 

CAMPBELL & RUSSELL, W riters. High Street. 

ROBERT MUIR, Orchard ritreet. 

JOHN M'GOWN, Accountant, National Security Savings Bank. 

JAMES LANG, Leather Merchant. 86 High Street. 

ROBERT BOYD, Accountant, 15 Gilmour Street. 

JOHN MUIR, Accountant, 23 Moss Street. 



AGENT IN JOHNSTONE— THOMAS shanks, Engineer. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ENGINEER, MILLWRIGHT, 
MACHINIST, AND TOOLMAKER, 

IRON AND BRASS FOUNDER, 
SHAWDOtJlT W0B2SS, PAISLEY. 

Established 1836. 



MAKER OF STEAM ENGINES; 

BLEACHING, SCOURING, AND DYING 

MACHINERY. 

D. S P.'s IMPROVED TRIPLE, DOUBLE, AND 

SINGLE CROPPING MACHINES, AND 

CLIPPING MACHINES. 

CALENDERING, HOT-PRESSING, MEASURING, 

jfind every description of Oloth-FiroiEhing- Jl^aohinery ; 

MAKER OF COATS', FINDLAY'S, AND HAMILTON'S 
PATENT WOOD TURNING MACHINES, 

Jind every desoription of Wood^-Bavuing- and burning 

fdaahinery. 
Crown Saws for Coats' Patent Blocking Machines, kept in Stock. 

THREAB-MAKIfiC MACHINERY. 

D. S. P.'s FRICTIONAL SPOOLING TABLES, 

and Maker of Kerr's Patent Polishing Machines, 

ENGINEER AND MACHINE MAKERS' TOOLS 

of every description. 

D. S. P.'s IMPROVED TAPS and DIES, 

Jill Sizes up to 2 inch, kept in Stock. 

D. S. P's PATENT POTTERS', THROWING, 

JUGGING, AND JOLLYING MACHINES, 

and J/fakers of Cochran's (Patent patting Machines. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



GEEAT EEDITCTION IN PEICE. 



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Long acknowledged to be incomparably Superior to all 
others — are now (all things considered) the Cheapest. 

THE GROVERTbIKER CO. 

Have recently had the honour of supplying TWO of their 
Family Sewing Machines to 



B7 COHMAITD. 

They hold Royal Appointments from Her Majesty the Empress of 
THE French ; His Majesty the Emperor of Brazil ; and they have 
also supplied their Machines^ by command, to Her Majesty the Empress 
OF Russia, and Her Majesty the Queen of Bavaria. 

IchisIsIpar'exoellenob^ 

f 11 f 4MI1¥ MAgBIMl. 

Beautiful in appearance, it is an ornament to the Boudoir ; simple 
in its construction, it is easily learned and successfully operated ; its 
movements are so noiseless that it "will not disturb the quiet of the 
domestic fireside. 

It is capable of doing any kind of work done by the Sewing 
Machine, and in addition. Embroiders to Perfection. 

Every Machine guaranteed. Instruction^ gratis. Illmtrated Prospectus 
and Samples of Work, gratis and Post Free. 



SOLE AGENT FOR GLASGOW AND VICINITY— 

101 SATTCHIEHALL STEEET. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WILLIAM MACINTYEE, Jun., 

:p.a.isile!-z-, 

AGENT FOR 

CROGGAN & COMPANY'S 

ROOFIITG PELT. 



COTT02T & WOOL WASTE ICEIICHAITT, 

AND 

BEDDING MANUFACTURER, 

COFFEE BOASTING WORKS, 

€0f f H. mm\ mm% mm, 

AND 

GENERAL QRINDINQ MILLS, 

MACPHEESON stubet, aLAsao"^. 

THE ONLY STEAM POWER COFFEE ROASTING ESTABLISH- 
MENT CONNECTED WITH THE TRADE IN THE CITY. 



D. MINTO, 



IN returning thanks for past favours, desires to intimate that he has 
lately fitted up additional Sugar Grinding Machinery, rendering 
that Branch of his Establishment more improved and extensive, 
thereby affording greater facilities to Confectioners, Biscuit Manufac- 
turers, and the Trade in general, of having their Sugar Ground in a 
manner suitable to their various requirements, while due attention is 
being observed towards those other branches for Coffee-Eoasting, and 
the Grinding of Coffees, Spices, Drugs, Dyes, Drysalteries, &c., so 
that Grocers, Druggists, Dyers, and others shall have advantage of 
every improvement that may be suggested. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ESTABLISHED 1821. CAPITAL, £550,000. 



Two-fifths op the Profits are periodically distributed among 
parties insuring in tlie Society. Policy holders have thus from time to 
time received as Bonuses sums amounting in the aggi'egate to nearly FiVB 
Hundred Thousand Pounds. 

The Eates of Premium are in no case Ligher than those charged 
by the other principal Oflfices making no Keturn of Profits to the 
Insured. 

In proof of the public confidence in the principles and conduct of 
this Establishment, it may be sufficient to state that the Total Busi- 
ness of the Society now exceeds Eighty Millions. 

Secretary— Sir SAMUEL BIGNOLD, Knight, Norwich. 



AGENT FOR PAISLEY 



JAMES J. LAMB, Architect, Surveyor, and Licensed 
Property Valuator. 

BOOKBINDING AND STATIONERY. 



WHOLESALE STATIONER, 

LITHOaEAPnEE, EHaEAVI^Il, 

4 HIGH STREET, PAISLEY, 

Begs to announce that to those Branches of his business 
hehas added that of BOOKBINDING and STATIONERY, 
which will be carried on in all their Departments. 

Pattern Books, Ledgers, Journals, Day, Cash, and Letter Boohs of every 
description. 

Libraries Cleaned and Iiepaired. 
Invoice and Account Tops, Cards, Circulars, 
Memorandums, Receive Notes, Letter Tops, Funeral 
Letters, Direction Labels, and Manufacturers' Tickets, in 
Gold or Colour, of all kinds. 

Envelopes, Note-Paper, &c., Stamped, Plain, or in Colour. 

THK iVJiTGHELL uiBRARY, 



LASGOW.