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Full text of "Watson's directory for Paisley, Renfrew, Johnstone, Elderslie, Linwood, Quarrelton, Thornhill, Balaclava, and Inkerman"

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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 



Anderson, John, .... ... 28 

Auld, John P., 15 

Baird, WiUiam, ... ... 11 

Begg, John, ... ... ... 21 

Bell, Archibald, & Sons, ... 26 

Brown, William, . . ... 16 

Caledonian Plate Glass In- 
surance, . . ... ... 24 

Oameron, Alexander, ... 23 

Carswell, David, & Son, ... 22 

Cassidj', Edward, ... ... 25 

Cochran, Robert, & Sons, ... 12 
Commercial Union Assurance 

Co., 32 

Criterion Ice Cream, ... 2 

Cruikshank, G. M., 16 

Dalrymple, James, & Son, ... 3 

Davidsou, 0. ... ... 2 

Dick, J., & Sons, ... ... 16 

Drennan, Robei-t, ... ... 23 

Edinburgh Life Assurance 

Compaoy, ... .. 22 

Erskine, Andrew, ... ... 25 

Fisher & Co., ,.. .. 15 

Fraser, J. Roy, ... . ... 27 

General Assurance Company 18 

Gibson, James, ... ... 17 

Gilmour, John, ... ... 11 

Glasgow, Charles, ... . , 19 

Gordon, J. & G., 20 

Goiadie, H., ... ... ... 7 

Gray, James, ... ... 12 

Haran, Neil G-, ... ... 19 

Haj^ Robert, & Son, ... 23 

Hector, Matthew, & Co., ... 21 

Holt, H., 27 

House of Refuge (Washing), 24 

Hutchison, James, ... ... 23 

Hutchison, Robert, ... .. 20 

^ngram & Co., ... ,.. 5 



Isdale & M'Callum, ... 

Kilpatrick, John, & Son, ... 

Lyle, D., 

M'Farlane, Archd 

Macfee, John, 

Mactaggart, Daniel, 

Minto., David, 

Mitchell, Thomas, ... 

Morrison, James, 

Muir, R. W., 

Murdoch, Thomas, ... 

M'Gown, Alex. B., ... 

M'Lellan, Alexander, 

North British & Mercantile, 

Norwich Union Fire In- 
surance, ... 

O'Malley's Studio, ... 

Parlane, James, 

Porter, John, 

Primrose, J. C, 

Queen Insurance Company, 

Reid, James, 

Risk & Marshall, 

Robertson, James, ... 

Robin, William, 

Rowat, Alexander, & Co., ... 

Scottish Imperial Fire and 
Life Insui'ance Co., 

Speirs & Gibb, ■ ... 

Stevenson, Ales., ... 

Stevenson, Charles, 

Templeton, J,, & Co. 

Union Fire & Life OflSce, ... 

Watson & Pattison, 

West of England (Fire and 
Life^ Assurance Company, 

White, George, 

Whiteford, Mrs James, 

Wo(>d, James, & Co., 

Youugi Wui., 



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WATSON'S 

DIRECTORY 



FOR 



PAISLEY, 

BEITFEEW, JOHNSTOITE, ELDEBSLIE, 
LINWOOD, QUARRELTON, 

T£3:oK,3sr:H:iXj3L.g 

BAL.ACL.AV A, AND INKERMAN, 
FOR THE YEAR 

1882-83. 



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PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY W. B. WATSON, AT THE "PAISLEY HERALD" OFFICE, 
lOMOSS STREET. 

18 82^ 

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ADVERTISEMENTS, 



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ora][pi[ga/aoL 

INSURANCE^ COMPANY, 

READ OFFICE: 

151 WEST GEOEG-B STREET, GLASGOW. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 
Chairnriiin— Alexander Ronaldson, Esq., Merchant. 



Michael Balmain. Esq., Banker, 
Alexander Drew, Esq., Merchant. 
J. Hope Findlay, Esq., W.S. 
James Finlays^oa, Esq. (Messrs 

Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co.) 
Robert Fraspr, E.^q., Merchant. 
Leonard Gow, Esq., Merchant. 
James Graham, Esq., Builder. 

Consulting Physician — Professor M'Call Anderson. 

doiicitors — Messrs Burns, Aiken, & Co. 

Bankers — The National Bank op Scotland. 

Auditor — J. Roxburgh Strong, C.A. ISecretary— David Lawrie 

General Manager — W. W. W. Reid. 



Waiter Grieve, Esq., Merchant, 

Greenock. 
Anthony Hannay, Esq. (Messrs 

Kelly & Co.) 
Thomas Russell, Esq. of Ascog^ 
James Salmon, Esq., Architect. 
Robert Young, Esq., Shipowner. 



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Dwelling- Houses and Furniture Insured at Is. 6d. and 2s. per £10(V 
Yearly. Other ribks at equitable rates. All Losses, including these 
caused by Explosion of Gas and Lightning, promptly settled. 



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Annual premiums for an assurance of £100, with right to 
share in urofits. 



Class of Assurance. 


Age Next Birthday. 


20 


25 


30 


35 j 


Premium yearly during 
life, 

Premium in 20 yearly 
payments, 


£1 15 8 
2 12 7 

2 7 2 


£2 6 
2 17 10 
2 U 7 


£2 6 7 
3 4 4 
3 5 2 


£2 14 1 
3 11 9 
3 19 11 


Premium for sum at 
death or 60, ...... 


The rates for other ag 
from about 4s. to 8s. pe 


es, and the 
r cent, less^ 


rates with 
, may be ob 


out profits 
tained on a 


(which are 
jpli cation. 



Paisley THOMAS FlNLAToR, Royal Bank. 

„ ALEX. SEMPLB, Writer. 

;, THOMAS MUIR, 23 Moss Street. ' 

Johnstone ..WM. GILMUUK, Church Street. 

Renfrew K. S. MILNE, 6 Blythswo(^^«ai>- 

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CONTENTS. 



I'aisley Street Guide 7 

Omissions .. ... ••• H 

PAISLEY DIRECTORY ... 13 

TRADES AND PROFESSIONS. 

Accountants ... ... ..^ 157 

Agents and Commission Agents 157 
JErated Water Manufacturers 158 
Architects and Land Surveyors 158 
Auctioneers and Appraisers ... 158 

Bakers ... 159 

Bankers ... ... ... 160 

Belt Makers 160 

Bill Posters 160 

Bleachers, Shawl Washers, &c. 161 
Bookbinders ... ... ••• 161 

Booksellers and Stationers ... 161 
Boot and Shoemakers ... 162 

Boxmakers (Fancy) 164 

Brassfounders ... ... ... 164 

Brewers 164 

Brickmakers and Brickbuilders 164 
Brush and Basket Dealers ... 164 

Cabinetmakers 165 

Calenderers and Finishers ... 165 
Calico and Shawl Printers ... 166 
Candlemakers ... ... ... 166 

Card and Print Cutters ... 166 

Carpet Manufacturers 166 

Carters 167 

Carvers and Gilders ... ... 167 

Chemical Works 167 

Chimney Sweeps 167 

China Merchants 168 

Clergymen ... ... ... 168 

Cloth Merchants and Agents 

for do 169 

Cloth Merchants and Woollen 

Drapers 169 

Coach and Van Builders ... 169 
Coatjh Hirers ... ... ... 169 

Coal Merchants and Dealers ... 170 
Coffee Houses and Hotels 

(Temperance) 171 

Confectioners and Fruiterers... 171 
Contractors ... ... ... 174 

Coopers ... ... ... ... 175 

Corkcutters 175 

Cowfeeders 175 

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Decorators 

Distillers 

Drapers nnd Silk Mercers 
Dressmakers and Milliners' 
Druggists and Chemists 

Drysalters 

Dyers 

Electro -Platers 

Embroiderers ... 



17 r 

177 

177 
179 
181 
182 
182 
183 
183 



Engineers and Machine Makers 183 
Fire Clay Manufacturers ... 184 
Fishmongers and Poulterers ... 184 

Fleshers J85 

Funeral Undertakers ... ... 186 

Furnished Lodging-House 

Keepers ... ... ... 186 

Furnishers 186 

Furniture Dealers 187 

Gardeners ... ... ... 187 

Glass Show Case Makers .o. 188 

Glaziers 188 

Grain Merchants ... ... 188 

Greengrocers ... .., ... 189 

Grocers and Victuallers ... 189 

Hair Dressers ... ... ... 195 

Ham Ourers ... 195 

Hatters 195 

Hosiers 196 

House Factors ... ... ... 196 

Inn and Hotel Keepers ... 196 

Ironfounders ... ... ... 197 

Iron Merchants ... ... 197 

Ironmongers ... ... ... 197 

Jacquard Machine Makers ... 198 

Ladies' Nurses ... 198 

Lathsplitters ... ... ... 193 

Ijeather Merchants ]98 

Lithographers and Engravers 198 
Manufacturers of Shawls, &c. 198 

of Blacking 2OO 

of Brooms ... ... ^^^ 200 

of Carpets ... ... ^^^ 2OO 

of Corn Flour ... _ 2OI 

of Crucibles ... ^^\ 2OI 

of Curled Hair ... ,,, gOl 

of Elastic Belt ,. [\\ 201 

of Machinery Belting ... 201 

of Buckram ... ... ,,^ 2OI 

of Oil and Glycerine *,', 201 



CONTENTS. 



Page 
Manufacturers of Preserves ... 202 

of Starch 202 

of Stationery 202 

of Thread 202 

Masons and Builders 202 

Measurers ... ... ... 2U3 

Medical Practitioners 203 

Messenger-at-Arms 204 

Metal E-ehners 204 

Midwives 204 

Millers 204 

Nurserymen and Florists ... 20 i 
Packing Box Makers ... 204 

Painters and Paperhangers ... 204 
Paper Rulers ... ... ... 205 

Pattern Drawers 2U5 

Pawnbrokers .. ... ... 205 

Photographers ... ... ... 206 

Plasterers ... ... ... 206 

Plumbers, Tinsmiths, and Cop- 
persmiths ... ... ... 206 

Potato Merchants 207 

Power-loom Cloth Factories ... 207 
Printers (Letter-press) ... 207 

Bopespinners ... ... ... 208 

Saddlers and Harness Makers 208 

Sculptors ... 208 

Seed Merchants 208 

Shawl and Muslin Cutters ... 208 

Sheriff Officers 208 

Shipbuilders 208 

Slaters 209 

Soap Manufacturers 2U9 

Smiths and Farriers ... ... 209 

Surgeon-Dentists ... ... 210 

Tailors and (Jlothiers ... 210 

Tanners 212 

Teachers 212 

Dancing 218 

Drawing ... ... " ... 218 

Music 218 

Tobacconists ... ... ... 2l8 

Tobacco Pipe Manufacturers ... 219 
Umbrella Manufacturers ... 219 

Upholsterers ... 2l9 

Valuators 220 

Veterinary Surgeons ... ... 2.^0 

Warpers L20 

Waste Merchants 220 

Watch and Uluck Makers, and 
Jewe lers ... ... ... 221 

Weavers' Furnishers ... ... 221 

Wine and Spirit Merchants ... 221 



Wood Merchants 
Wood Turners ... 
Wrights and Joiners 
Writers 



Page 

.. 226 
.. 227 
,.. 227 

,.. 228 



Tarn and Silk Merchants ... 29 



APPENDIX— PAISLEY. 

Asylums 8-20 

Banks ... ... ... ... 36 

Bank Holidays ... ... 58 

Bowling Clubs ... ... ... 48 

Burying Grounds ... ... 59 

Carriers' Quarters ... ... 34 

Cart Navigation Trustees ... 3 

Church Officers 22 

Commissioners — Income Tax 9 

„ Police 4 

,, Supply 42 

„ Water 3 

Counting-House -Calendar Cover 

Courts — Burgh ... ... 21 

„ Commissary ... 27 

„ Justice of Peace ... 17 

„ Sheriff 45 

Sheriff Small Debt ... 21 

Churches ... ... ... 22 

Clergymen ... ... ... 22 

Curling Clubs ... 49 

Cricket Club 59 

Pairs 6 

Fees for P'oclamation of Banns 59 

Fire Brigade ... ... ... 16 

Fast Days . 8 

Faculty of Procurators ... 24 

Fountain Gardens Committee 2 

Gas Committee ... ... 2 

Gravediggers ... ... ... 59 

Infiru.aiy ... ... ... 8 

Inspector of Weights and Mea- 
sures ... ... ... ... 27 

Insurance Offices and Agents 56 

Justices of the Peace ... ... 17 

Justice of Peace Constables ... 27 

Leaders of Psalmody ... ... 22 

Library & Museum Committee 25 

Lieutenancy of Kenfrewohire 55 

Magistrates and Town Council 1 

Mason Lodges ... ... ... 40 

Musical Societies ... ... 55 

Omnibus Traffic 58 



CONTENTS. 



Page 
,. 15 

.7-19 
.. 5 



Paisley Cemetery Company . 
Parochial Boards 
Parliamentary Boundaries 
Parliamentary Constituency . 
Police Assessment 
Police — Burgh 

,, County 

Post Office 

Public Offices, &c 

Kailways 

Reading Rooms 

Registrars of Births, &c. 
Religious Denominations 
Renfrewshire Militia ... 
Renfrewshire Prison Officials, 

and Visiting Committee ... 
Rifle Volunteer Officers 
Session-Clerks ... 
Schools and Teachers ... 

School Boards 

Societies, &c. ... 

Societies and Clubs ...26-27-28-45 

SheriflF Officers ]8 

Town Officers ... 
Trade Societies 
Trustees — Abbey Road 

„ Duncan Wright 

Endowment 
Valuation of Burgh 



.. 5 
4 

.. 4 
.. 26 
.. 62 
.. 51 
17-45 
.. 16 
.. 18 
.. 22 
.. 21 

55 

18 
25 
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34 

28 



RENFREW DIRECTORY ... 61 

Churches, &c. 72 

Constituency... ... ... 72 

Conveyances... ... ... 72 

Fairs 72 

Insurance Agents ... ... 70 

Justices of the Peace ... 69 

Magistrates and Councillors 69 

Parochial Board .. ... 70 

Population ... ... ... 72 

Post Office 70 

Public Offices, &c 69 

Road Trustees 70 

Sacraments 72 

Schools 71 

School Boards 70 

Societies 71 

Surgeons ... ... ... 70 

Writer 70 



Page 

JOHNSTONE DIRECTORY 73 
Abbey Parish School Board 

(Landward) 91 

Banks 91 

Building Society ... ... 96 

Carriers' Quarters .. ... 95 

Church Officers ... ... 92 

Coal Agents ... 95 

Commissioners of Police ... 90 

Curling Clubs 94 

Fairs and Fasts ... ... 97 

Fire Brigade ... 92 

Gas Committee ... ... 90 

Grave Digger and^Town Crier 95 

Insurance Offices and Agents 93 

Inland Revenue ... ... 91 

Justices of the Peace ... 90 

Medical Practitioners ... 91 

Mills 95 

Ministers ... 92 

Police 91 

Population ... .. ... 97 

Post Office and Telegraph 

Office 92 

Precentors ... .. ... 92 

Residing Room ... ... 95 

Sabbath Schools ... 92-93 

Schools 93 

Session Clerk and Registrar 91 
Societies, &c. ,. 95-96-97 

Volunteer Officers, &g. ... 94 

Writers 90 



ELDERSLIE DIRECTORY 98 
Post Office lOQ 



THORNHILL DIRECTORY 100 
QUARRELTON DIRECTORYlOl 
BALACLAVA DIRECTORY 103 



INKERMAN DIRECTORY 104 
Public School 105 



LINWOOD DIRECTORY ... 105 

Church and School 107 

Post Office 107 



SLEY STREET GUIDE. 



ABBEY close, from 18 Sraithhills 
to Abbey street 

Abbey street, from Abbey close to 
Thread sti-eet 

Abercora Buildings, 21 Gauze street 

Abercorn street, north end of West 
Croft to Hamilton street 

Abingdon place, west side of Moss- 
vale lane 

Albion St., west side of 25 Love st. 

Albert street, off Springbink road 

Albert place, Espedair street 

Alexandria place, Caiside 

Anniield (_.lace, Barterholm, off 
Lyiesland 

Back Sneddon, north side of 2 Old 

Sneddon 
Bank street, south side of 22 Gausae 

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

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

liamsburgh 
Barracks (Militia Staff), south side 

of Willianlsburgh 
Barrhead road, east from Blackball 

buildings 
Barr street, south side of 20 George 

street to Canal street 
Barterholm, east side of Lyiesland 
Bath place, Seedhill 
Bellfield place, Springbank road 
Blackball buildings, from Lonend to 

Canal Bridge 
Blacklaw lane, west side of 18 New 

Sneddon to Back Sneddon 
Blackland pla.ce, east side of Caiside 
Blackstoun road, west from Greenhill 
Bladda, north of Saucel 
Brabloch, east side of Renfrew road 
Brick 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 Caii- 

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

of Inkle street to Greenlaw street 
Buchanan terrace, Greenock road 
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 
Bute place, west side of Neilston 

street 

CALEDONIA st., from St. James 
street northward 

Caiside, south-west from head of 
Oauseyside to Stock street 

Cameron street, continuation of 
Bank street 

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

Campbell street (West), north of 53 
Broomlands 

Camphill, south side of 32 Canal st. 

Ciimphill place, between Canal 
street and Camph'll 

Canal street, west side of 86 Oau- 
seyside street to Ralston square 

Carbrook street, from north side of 
53 Broomlands to W. Campbell st. 

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 

Oartvale lane, from Cavtvale 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 Wellmea- 
dew to George street 



PAISLEY STREET GUIDE. 



Causeyside, from foot of St. Mirren 

street to Calside 
Cawtborne court, east side of Orr 

street (off Orr square) 
Chain road, West Toll 
Chapelhill off Barrhead road 
Charleston, bv Lylesland westward 
Christie buildings, High street west 

end of Old Bridge 
Christie lane, east side of 93 New 

Sneddon to the Quay 
Christie street, south of Garthland 

street 
Churchhill, north side of 87 High 

street to Oakshaw street 
Clark's place, Seedhiil 
Cleopatra buildings, Springbauk rd. 
Clydeview terrace, Sprinia;bank rd. 
Colinslee, 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 bt. 
Cross street, 29 Castle street to 5 

Queen street 
Crow road, Calside to Maxwellton 
Craigielea street, off Murray street 
Cumberland Court, 110 Causeyside 

DOVESLAND, from Lylesland to 

Carriagehill 
Duke street, south side of Rowan st. 
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 Millarstou 



Ferguslie (Back Row of) west end 

of Maxwellton to West lane 

Ferguslie 
Ferguslie East lane, south of 41 

Hroomlands to Maxwellton . 
Ferguslie Mid lane, 7 Ferguslie to 

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

to Coats' Thread Work? 
Forbes place, from 10 Causeyside 

to Water brae (Burgh) 

GALLOWAY street, off Under^ 
wood road 

Garthlaud lane, north side o 
Garthland street 

Garthland place, easteiid of Garth^ 
land streetj 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 

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

Glasgow road, begins at East Toll 

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

Glen lane, north side of 29 St. 
James street to Glen street 

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

Greenhill, norih-west side of Un- 
derwood street 

Greenhill road, off Underwood 
road 

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 o Ren- 
frew street to river 



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Paisley street GUtbEi 



Harbour lane, east side of 92 New 

Sneddon to Quay 
Harbour (New), Carlile pla.ce 
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 
INCHINNAN road, continuation 

of Love street 
Inkle street, from Liiwn street, 

to east end of Gauze street 
JANEFIELD place, Barterholm. 

off Lylesland 
Johnstone road, begins at West Toll 
John street^ nor;.h side of 72 

Broomlands 

KILNCROFT 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 47 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 

Causej'side 
Lonend, from Saucel to Blackhall 

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 

MAC DO WALL street, west side 

of Caledonia street westward 
M'Farlane's lane, north side of 

North Croft to Niddry street 
Maefarlane street, west frono 
Greenock rd. to Pattison's Mound 
M'Intyre place, Orr street 
M'Leod's buildings (Smithhills), 

east end of Old Bridge 
Mansfield place, west side of Neil- 
ston street 
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, v/est side of 

14 Moss street to Oakshaw strfeet 
Middle lane, west side of 11 New 

Sneddon to Back Sneddon 
Millar street, east side of Mill st. 
Millarston, west end of Ferguslie 
Mill street, east end of Gauze st» 

to Seedhill 
Mill place, off Canal street 
Minerva place, off Greenock road 
Moncrieff" street, east side of 71 

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

Old Sneddon 
Moss-side place, Greeneck road 
Mossvale, north end of Greenock rdk 
Mossvale lane, of Greenock road 
Mossvale street, west side of Moss- 
vale lane 
Murray street, west of Greenock 

road, to Westmarch 

NIDDRY street, west side of Een- 

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 4 

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 Institute, by Oakshawst 



PAISLEY STREET GUIDE. 



11 



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 st. 
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 
Pattison street, Westmarch 
Potterhill, southward of Cai-riagehill 
Prince's street, north side of Under- 
wood street 
Prussia street, east side of 25 Cau- 
seyside to (^lordon's lane 

QUAY lane, east side of 88 New 

Sneddon to Quay 
Queen street, south side of 7 

Broomlands to George street 

EALSTON square, south side of 50 
George street 

Renfrew road, continuation of Ren- 
frew street 

Renfrew street, north end of East 
Croft to Gateside 

Rowan street, east side of Lyiesland 

Russell street, north-east from 
Greenock road 

SANDH0LE8, 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 
^eedhill, from Cart street eastward 
Shuttle street, south sice 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 
Springbank road, from north of 

Love street to Mossvale lane 
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 
^aodgraa.s' lane, Seedhil| 



Stanley place, 48 to 50 Causeyside 
Stevenson street, head of 63 Cau- 
seyside (west side) 
Stirling street, west side of Calside 
St. James place, from foot of Moss 

street to Love street 
St. James street, from I^ove street to 

Underwood street 
Stock street, i^est side of Lyiesland 

to Calside 
Stoney 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 

Causeyside 
Tannahiil place, Greenock road 
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 
Twigg's lane, north side of 62 New 

Sneddon to river 

UNDERWOOD lane, from 21 Well 

street eastward 
Underwood road, from St. James 

street to foot of Well street 
Union street, north side of Under- 
wood street 
Union street, south side of Stock st. 
VICTORIA place, Lady lane 
Yictoria buildings, Greenock road 
Victoria street, off Springbank rd. 
WALLACE street, east side of 50 

Love street to Carlile place 
Walineuk, 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 (Kew Town), west side 

of 4 New Smithhills to river 
Water lane, sth. side of Maxwellton 
Waterloo place, 2 Gilmour street 
Wellington place, Caledonia stree| 



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PAISLEY STREET GUIDE. 



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 

Wes' march street, Westmarch 



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

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

William street, north side of 68 
Broomlands 

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



OMISSIONS AND CORREOTIONS- 



Burns, Rev. A, Fyfe, minister of St. George's Church- 
house, Castlehead 

HAMILTON, DAYID, teacher, Neilston Institution-^ 

house, Clifton Cottage, Meikleriggs 
Harper, Archibald, of A. & D. Harper, 78 Broomlands 

MILLAR, P. K., reed and patent heddle maker, 8 New- 
street — house, Bushes Cottage 
M'FARLANE, GRAHAM, Beltrees, by Elderslie 
Macpherson, Henry, jun., 89 West Regent Street, Glas- 
gow — house, 4 Old Smithhilte 

O'MALLY, JAMES, photographer, 98 High Street. 

Watson, Robert, boot and shoe emporium, 18 Moss 
Street. 



ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS- Paisley District. 

James Gibson, Kilbarchao, D.C.R. 

Wm. M. Birlwell, Barrhead, D.S.G.R, 

James Wylie, 1 Hamilton Street, Treasurer. 

R. Inglis, Moss-side Place, Greenock Road, Secretary. 



ST. MARY'S TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. 

Honorary President — Rev. J. McDonald. President — TLos. 

Treasurer — Ales. M'Dade. Secretary — John Keau, 



Doyle. 



GENERAL DIRECTORY 



1882-83. 



ABBEY CHURCH, 16 Smithhills— erected in the year 
1160 — keys to be had at James Murray's, church 
otRcer, 12 Abbey close 

ABBEY ASYLUM, Crow Road, Calside— David Millar, 
governor 

ABBEY PARISH POORHOUSE, Crow Road, Calside 
— David Millar, governor ; John M. Campbell, 
inspector— house, 11 Neilston street 

ABBEY POOR-RATES OFFICE, 6 Gauze street —W. 
L. Conder, collector — house, 32 Calside 

Abbey Sounding Aisle, A.bbey close — James Murray, 12 
Abbey close, keeper 

Abercorn Foundry Company, ironfounders, North Croft 

ABERCORN SHIP-BUILDING COMPANY (Hanna, 
Donald, & Wilson), Abercorn street 

Abercrombie, Alexander, lithographer and printer, 4 
Frederick lane, Glasgow — residence, 17 Afton cres- 
cent, Paisley road, Glasgow 

ABERCROMBIE, MRS ROBERT, Potteifield, Castle- 
head 

ABERCROMBIE, WILLIAM, agent for Union Bank 
of Scotland (Limited), 3 Gilmour street — residence, 
Union Bank of Scotland House, 2 Dyers' wynd 

Abercrombie, William, jun., of Sutherland & Aber- 
crombie, soap manufacturers. Park Soap Works, 
Glasgow — house, Greenlaw drive 

B 



14 PAISLEY. 

" ACME " MACHINE CO., wringing machine manu- 
facturers, 4 Wellmeadow — Thomas Scott, agent 

Adam, Alexander, & Sons, chimney sweepers and 80»t 
merchants, 14 Old Smithhills 

Adam, Alexander, grocer, 8 Maxwell street- — house, 51 
Caledonia street 

Adam, Alexander, manufacturer, 15 Prussia street 

Adam, Andrew,, baker, 24 Gauze street — house, 14 
Cotton street 

Adam, James, flesher, 20 Causeyside 

ADAM, JAMES, & SON, glass merchants, glaziers, 
glass embossers and gilders, and glass gilders, 19 
Moss street 

Adam James, of James Adam & Son, 16 Mo^s street 

Adam, James, accountant, at J. & P. Coats's, Ferguslie 
villa 

Adam, James, tailor and clothier, 2 Stow place 

Adam, James, farmer. West Barnhill 

ADAM, JOHN, writer, and agent for the City of Glasgow 
Life, and North British and Mercantile Fire and 
Life Insurance Companies, 9 Gilmour street — 
residence, Eiccartsbar House 

ADAM, J. &SGJNS, chemists and druggists, and medical 
galvanists, Apothecaries' Hall, 23 Broomlands 

Adam, John, plasterer — yard, 96 George street — house, 
Queen street 

ADAM, JOHN, grocer and spirit merchant, 9 Williams- 
burgh 

Adam, John, at Frame & Grant's, writers, 67 St. Vincent 
street^ Glasgow — house, 32 Cotton street, Paisley 

Adam, Mrs, confectioner, 7 Neilston road 

Adam, Mrs, grocer, 3 Seedhill^ — house, 7 do. 

Adam, Mrs Slatthew, 2' Mansfield place, Neilston street 

Adam, Miss, 1 Gauze street 

Adam, Mrs William, fruiterer and confectioner, 23 Gauze 
street — house, 32 Cotton street 

Adam, Robert, wine and spirit merchant, Turf Tavern, 
8 Orchard street 

Adam, Robert, grocer, 19 Lawn street — house, 19 Green- 
hill street 



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15 



Adam, Robert, spirit merchant, 68 George street 

Adam, Robert, confectioner, 29 Castle street 

ADAM, THOMAS, of James Adam & Son, 5 Caledonia 

street 
Adam, William, clerk, National Security Savings Bank, 

2 Mansfield place 
Adam, William, grocer and spirit dealer, 51 Caledonia st. 
ADAM, WILLIAM, hosier and draper, 86 Causeyside 

— house, 2 Camphill place 
ADAM, WILLIAM, stationer, bookbinder, printer, and 

account book manufacturer, 7 Gilmour street 
Adam, William, jun., clerk at Clark & Co.'s, 32 

Ferguslie 
Adam, William, confectioner, 20 Sandholes 
Adams, James, church officer of the Abbey, 17 Greenhill 

road 
AIKMAN & CO., shawl washers, dyers, bleachers, 

scourers, and finishers, Cumberland Works, Cumber- 
land place, Causeyside 
Aikman, Alexander, clerk, Royal Bank — house, 1 i^lex- 

andra place, Calside 
AIKMAN, JAMES, of Aikman & Co., Camphill 
Airlie, Miss Bessie, teacher, Stow Schocyl, 9 Wellmeadow 
AITKEN, JAMES, draper, 100 Causeyside 
Aitken, John R., cowfeeder, Foxbar 
Aitken, Mrs, milliner, 100 Causeyside — house, 99 do. 
Aitken, Robert, cowfeeder, 80 Canal street 
AITKEN, THOMAS, baker, 17 Wellmeadow 
Aitken, William, grocer and general storekeeper, 18 

Mossvale street 
ALCORN, JAMES, goods agent. Canal Company — 

house, 18 Canal street 
Alexander, James, house painter and decorator, 4 George 

street — house, 11 do. 
Alexander, A., ladies' nurse, Stanley place, 50 Causeyside 
Alexander, John, weavers' wright and jacquard machine 

maker — house, 3 George street ; workshop, 163 

George street 
Alexander, R. J., at Ja. Caldwell & Muir, 3 Stirling 

street, Calside 



16 PAISLEY. 

Alexander, Thomas, officer New Jerusalem Church, 11 

George street 
Alexander, William, Joiner, Barterholm roadhead 
Alexander, William, distributor of stamps, and sub-col-' 

lector of taxes, 4 Causeyside —house, 44 Calside. 
Algie, William, farmer, Old Mains 
Allan, Miss, dress and mantle maker, 49 High street 
ALLAN, JAMES, lathsplitter, 19 Sandholes— house, 10 

Castle street 
Allan, Jane S., teacher, South Public School, 5 Camp- 
hill place 
Allan, John S., commission agent, 5 Camphill place 
Allan, John S., jun., at W. Wotherspoon's Glenfield 

Starch Works, 5 Camphill place 
Allan, John, collector of gas accounts, 49 High street 
Allan, Robert, fruiterer and potato merchant, 7 Moss 

street — house, Moss Cottage, Greenock road 
Allan, William, Sergeant-Major, 2nd Battalion R.R.V., 

44 Calside 
AUbutt, Rev, George Lawrence, minister of the New 

Jerusalem Church 
AUardice, Robert, draper, 13 Gauze street 
ALLISON, ALEXANDER, of Allison & Smith, 34 High 

street 
Allison, Allan, assurance agent, 4 Stevenson street 
Allison, David, gardener, Whitehaugh lodge, Glasgow 

road 
ALLISON, HUGH, registrar, 109 High street, Terrace 

buildings — house, 2 Mansfield place 
Allison, James, tailor, 47 Storie street 
Allison, James, Thruscraig cottage 
Allison, John, fruiterer, 22 Causeyside 
Allison, Joseph, ham curer and provision merchant, 

4 Broomlands and 58 Storie street 
Allison, Robert, warper, 19 Gauze street 
Allison, Robert, of Allison & Wilkie, 29 Canal street 
Allison, Mrs, dressmaker, 12 Barclay street 
Allison, Mrs Robert, milliner and dressmaker, 23 George 

street 
Allison, Mrs, 3 William street 



PAISLEY. 17 , 

ALLISON & SMITH, fleshers, 34 High street 
Allison & Wilkie, joiners, 23 Lady lane 
Allison, William, at James Winning's — house, Howvvood 
ALLISON, WILLIAM, timber merchant, Victoria Saw 

Mills, 22 Love st. — house, Cartvale house, Love st. 
Alton, William, salesman to William Watson, flesher, 7 

Silk street 
Anderson, Allan, collector, Toll Bar, Renfrew road, 

Paisley 
Anderson, Annie, confectioner, 45 George street 
Anderson, E. J., music teacher, 25 Oakshaw street 
ANDERSON, EBENEZER, funeral furnisher, 6 New st. . 
Anderson, Mrs Henry, spirit merchant, 13 Moss street 
Anderson, Jessie, hosier and draper, 74 Causfeyside 
Anderson, James, clothier and hatter, 16 Gilmour street 

— house, 25 Oakshaw street 
Anderson, James, clerk at Ja. Caldwell & Muir's, 24 

Orchard street 
Anderson, James, at M'Lellan, Blair, & Co., 2 National 

Bank Buildings, Queen street, Glasgow, 5 Garthland 

street 
Anderson, James, bookseller, 60 High street — house, 40 

Lady lane 
Anderson, James, feuar, 21 Inkle street 
Anderson, J. & W., of Hodgart & Anderson, 25 

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

doublers, Marshall's lane — house, 5 Garthland st. 
Anderson, James, funeral furnisher, 83 High street — 

house, 32 do. 
ANDERSON, J. & W., builders— yard, 18 Mill street 
Anderson, James, of J. & W. Anderson, 3 Inkle street 
ANDERSON, JOHN, accountant and insurance agent, 

and treasurer to School Board, 5 County square — 

house, 27 Maxwellton street — (See advertisement) 
Anderson, John, grocer, 28 Causeyside — house, 4 Gordon's 

lane 
Anderson, Mary, teacher. Stow School, 25 Oakshaw st. 
ANDERSON, ROBERT, of Anderson & Wallach, Vir- 
ginia buildings, Glasgow 
b2 



18 PAISLEY. 

Anderson, Thomas, at James Anderson & Co.'s, 5 Garth- 
land street 

ANDERSON & WALLACH, oil and chemical works, 
M'Farlane street, Race Course road — Glasgow office, 
Virginia buildings 

Anderson, William, M., grocer and provision merchant, 
75 Love street — house, 1 Maxwell street 

Anderson, J. & J., family grocers and grain merchants, 
Saucel Mills — house, 7 South Campbell street 

Anderson, William, of J. & W. Anderson, 2 Cameron st. 

Andrew, James, farmer. Bushes 

Andrew, Mrs, greengrocer, 16 Thread street 

Andrews, Robert, shoemaker, 3 New Smithhills 

Andrew, Robert and Hugh, farmers, Allans 

Andrew, Simon, & Sons, millers, Cardonald Mills, Glas- 
gow road 

Andrew, William, spirit merchant, 96 Causeyside — house, 
15 Wardrop street 

Andrews, John, draper, 100 High street 

ANDREWS, BRO-^., drapers, 80 Broomlands 

ANDREWS, JOHN S., of Andrews Bros., 78 Broom- 
lands 

Arbuckle, Mrs, St. Margaret's, Calside. 

Archibald, George, 15 Barr street 

Armour, John, tobacconist, 51 High street 

Armour, George Y., clerk at Robert Armour's, 109 
Causeyside — house, 5 Hillington Park circus, Car- 
donald 

ARMOUR, ROBERT, commission agent, 109 Causey- 
side — house, 5 Hillington Park circus, Cardonald 

Armour, Robert, jun., at J. & P. Coats's, 5 Hillington 
Park circus, Cardonald 

Armour, Hugh, flesher, 33 Broomlands 

ARMSTRONG & M'NAIR, joiners and timber mer- 
chants, 12 and 13 St. James street 

ARMSTRONG, JOHN, of Armstrong & M'Nair, 54 
Caledonia street 

Armstrong, Mrs Mary, grocer, 19 Gauze street 

Arndale, Hugh, jobbing gardener and contractor, Stone- 
field 



PAISLEY. 19 

Arneil, Mrs James, farmer, Corsebar 

Arnot, Robert, gardener, 3 Clark's buildings, Underwood 
road 

ARNOTT, SAMUEL, grocer, 53 Caledonia street- 
house, Moss-side place, Greenock road 

Arrol, Thomas, Glenara cottage, Meikleriggs 

ARROL, THOMAS, spirit merchant, 80 Broomlands 

Arthur, James, pattern maker, 2 Christie street 

ARTHUR, JAMES, merchant, Glasgow, Barshaw 
House, Glasgow road 

Arthur, Joseph Fowler, Criterion Spirit Vaults, 14 Old 
Sneddon— house, 52 Brougham street, Greenock 

Arthur, William, watchmaker and jeweller, 82 High 
street — house, 79 Broomlands 

AUCHTERLONIE, WILLIAM, Railway Superinten- 
. dent, Joint Line, &c., and Agent for Railway Passen- 
gers' Assurance Company, Gilmour Street Station — 
house, 1 Underwood road 

Auld, John P., joiner, cabinetmaker, and upholsterer, 30 
Orchard street — house, do. — (See advertisement) 

Auld, Miss, Park place, Calside 

Ay ton, Mrs, 130 George street 



Baker, Mrs, grocer, 3 Silk street 

BAILIE, MRS, cowfeeder, Lylesland 

Bain, Donald, superintendent Paisley Baths, 50 Storie 

street 
BAIN, ROBERT, drysalter, 28 Causeyside— house, 79 

Broomlands 
Bain, Robert J., tobacconist, 56 High street 
Baird, Alexander, gardener at Chapel House — house, 

Blackball buildings 
BAIRD, ANDREW G., at James Harvey & Co.'s, 

Netherhill House, Renfrew road 
BAIRD, JOHN, of James Harvey & Co., Netherhill 

house, Renfrew road 
Baird, Miss, milliner, 74 Broomlands 
Baird, George, of Thomas Gilmour & Co., 12 Sir Michael 

street 



20 PAISLEY. 

Baird, William, cabinetmaker, 24 High street — house, 1 

* Water brae 
BAIRD, WILLIAM (successor to Wm. Stirling & Co.), 
saddler and harness maker, 86 High street — house, 
Askaraill cottage, Greenock road — (See advertise- 
ment) 
Baird, William, at Messrs David Speirs & Co.'s, 1 

Alexandria place, Calside 
Balderston, James, manager J. Clark & Co.'s, thread 
and net manufacturers — residence, Ardgowan Hoase, 
Saucel Hill 
BALDERSTON, MRS JOHN, 32 Oakshasv street 
Balderston, Robert, manager at Anchor Thread Works, 

Ardgowan House, Saucel Hill 
BALDWIN, MISS MAGGIE, milliner, 82 High street 
Balfour, George, assistant agent National Bank of 

Scotland (Limited), 21 St. James street 
Balfour, Miss Elizabeth, wine and spirit merchant, 105 

George street 
Balfour, William, tailor, 14 High street 
Ballantyne, x^lexander L., salesman at John Ballantyne's, 

54 Causeyside 
Ballantyne, Hamilton, clerk to M'Innes, Mackenzie, & 

Lachhead, Oakshaw street 
Ballantyne, Miss Jeanie, teacher, Moss vale Public School 

— house, 54 Causeyside 
BALLANTYNE, JOHN, grocer and provision naerchaut, 

54 Causeyside — house, do. 
Ballantyne, John, clothier, 14 Castle street 
Ballantyne, Mrs Joseph, grocer and provision merchant, 

23 Wellmeadow — house, 80 Broomiands 
Ballantyne, Mrs, 18 Oakshaw street 
BANK OF SCOTLAND, St. Mirren Street— George 

Seton Veitch, agent — residence, Friarshall 
BARBOUR, JAMES, umbrella, bag, and waterproof 

warehouse, 12 High street — house, 13 do. 
Barbour, John, practical engraver, stationer, and news 

agent, 99 Causeyside — house, 10 St. James street 
Barclay, Alexander, draper^ 54 Broomiands 
Barclay, Henry, sergeant of police, 2 Neil street 



PAISL ET. 2 1 

Barclay, James, builder, Moss-side place, Greenock road, 

and Mill street, Glebe lands 
BARCLAY, JOHN, of FuUerton, Hodgart, & Barclay, 

Gateside 
Barclay, James, under manager at Wm. Fulton & Song, 

Glenfield, Thornley House 
Barclay, John, purveyor. Bank street 
BARCLAY, MLSSES, 10 Gateside 
Barb^, Louis, B.L , professor of languages. Grammar 

Scbool — residence, Mill House, Camphill 
BARNETT, JOHN ARCHIBALD, carter to Abercorn 

Foundry, 9 Gleo street 
BARR, ALEXANDKR, baker, 5 Love street — house, do. 
Barr, Alexander, builder, Espedair — house, 3 Stirling st. 
BARR, ANDREW, confectioner and pastry baker, 24 

Gauze street — house, 5 Mill street 
Barr, Archibald, B.Sc , assistant, Glasgow University, 

Castlehead. 
Barr, George, coal merchant, 8 South Orr street 
Barr, Hugh, builder, 11 Shuttle street 
Barr, Hugh, joiner, Espedair street — ^house, 18 West 

Campbell street 
Barr, J., broker, 98 George street 
Barr, James, cowfeeder, 19 Sandholes 
Barr, James, of Barr, Stirratt, & Co., Castlehead 
Barr, James, 79 Broomlands 
BARR, JOHN, bookseller, stationer, and account book 

maker, 81 High street — house, 53 Storie street 
BARR, MRS JEANIE, Castlehead 
BARR, MRS JOHN, baker, 24^Causeyside — house, do. 
BARR, JOHN, wood turner, Mossvale works, off Love 

street — house, Beechwood cottage, Greenock road 
Barr, John, jun., at Mossvale works — house, Beechwood, 

Greenock road 
Barr, Robert, cowfeeder, 29 Canal street 
BARR, ROBERT, executors of the late, chemist and 

druggist. Apothecaries' Hall, 8 High street (Cross) 

— house, Laigh Park, Renfrew road 
BARR, STIRRAT, & CO., jam merchants, 109 Causey- 
side 



22 PAiSLlY. 

Barr, William, Grateflat, East Bachanau street 

Barr, William, grocer, 2 Stirling street 

Barr, William, broker, 24 New Smithhills 

BARR, MRS ROBERT, Laigh Park, Renfrew road 

Barr, Mrs S., confectioner, 8 St. James place — house, 2 

Underwood 
BARRATT, JOHN, Miis. Bac, Oxon., professor of 

music (organist of the Abbey) — -class-room, 97 High 

street — house, Calside villa 
BARTLEMORE, JOHN, writer, Clerk of the Peace, 

and Commissary Clerk, County Buildings — house, 

Braefoot, Castlehead 
BARTLEMORE, WILLIAM, writer, office of Clerk of 

the Peace, County Buildings, secretary and treasurer 

to the Renfrewshire Agricultural Society. 
Barton, Mrs, confectioner, 73 Love street 
BATES, THOMAS, spirit merchant, 29 Gauze street- 
house. Bank street 
Bauchop, David, carter and contractor, 1 G-reat Hamilton 

street 
Bauchop, John, print cutter, 11 Falside 
Bauchop, Mrs William, Stonefield 
BEACONSFISLD CLUB, 18 Moss street 
Bee-Hive Drapery Warehouse, 17 Moss street 
Becket, Alexander, master mariner, 3 Buchanan terrace 
Beckett, Misses, milliners and furnishers, 55 Causeyside 

house, 56 do. 
Beckett, James, bookseller and newsagent — house, 9 

den street 
BECKETT, MATTHEW, bookseller and stationer, 20 

High street — house, 56 Causeyside 
Beckett, W. R., at R. & T. Russell's, 3 Buchanan terrace 
BEGrG, ALEXANDER, & CO., shawl manufacturers, 

112 Causeyside 
BEGC, ALEXANDER, of Alex. Begg & Co., Castle- 
head 
BEG-Gr, DAYID, house factor and insurance agent, 7 

Sir Michael street 
Begg, David, jun., salesman to Johnston & Farie, 113 

Virginia place, Glasgow — house, 66 Love street 



PATS1.EY. 23 

Begg, H., of Begg & Co., 24 Cotton street 

Begg & Co., lithographers, printers, engravers, and paper 

rulers, 109 Causeyside 
BEGG, JOPIN, funeral undertaker, and officer of Abbey 
Close U.P. Church, 24 Cotton street — house, do.— - 
(See advertisement) 
Begg, Thomas, of Bes^g & Co., 24 Cotton street 
BELL, ARCHIBALD, & SONS, dyers— receiving offices 
— Paisley, 2 Smithhills and at Stanley Dyeworks ; 
and at London, Dublin, Belfast, Londonderry, Edin- 
burgh, Glasgow, Greenock — Works, Stanley Dye- 
works, Paisley — -(See advertisement) 
Bell, Mrs Archibald, Whitehaugh 

BELL, DANIEL, of Bell & M'Lachlan, 1 St. James st. 
BELL, DAVID C., sub-agent. Union Bank of Scotknd 

(Limited) — house, Sunnyside 
Bell, James, salesman to Daniel IMacfarlane, 32 Well 

street — house, 140 George street 
BELL, JOHN, carriage hirer, 12 Causeyside and Forbes 
place — Beith and Kilbarchan carriers' quarters — See 
appendix 
Bell, John, of A. Bell & Sons, Claremount, Chapel Hill 
BELL & M'LACHLAN, brickmakers and brickbuilders, 

Shortroods brickworks — office, 2 Glen lane 
Bell, John, broker, 83 New Sneddon 
Bell, Robert K., of Archibald Bell & Sons, Whitehaugh 
BELL, WILLIAM J., ham curer and provision merchant, 

38 New street — house, do. 
Benson, Henry, confectioner, 25 Maxwellton street 
BERRY, JOHN C, glazier and painter, 35 High street 

— house, do. — (See advertisement) 
Berry, John, clerk. National Security Savings Bank, 77 

High street 
Berry, Thomas, coal depot, 45 Calside 
Berry, Mrs Janet, grocer and spirit dealer, 77 High street 
Berry, Joseph, news agent, 84 Causeyside 
BEVERIDGE, DAVID, jun., G. & S. W. Railway 
agent, Stoney Brae Station — house. Underwood road 
Beveridge George, blacksmith, Coats's Thread Mills, 2 
William street 



34 PAISLEY. 

Beveridge, George, teacher, South Public School, Cross- 
hill cottage, Cathcart road, Glasgow 
Biggar, Anna S., teacher, South Public School, 18 Oak- 

shaw street 
Biggar, Mrs Thomas, 18 Oakshaw street 
BIRD, ROBERT, governor of Prison, County Buildings 
Bissett, Elizabeth, spirit dealer, 12 Ferguslie — house, 11 

do. 
Black, Mrs, officer of Baptist Church, 43 Storie street 
Black, Daniel, at James Carlile, Sons, & Co., 4 Buchanan 

terrace 
BLACK, JAMES, & CO., joiners, shopfitters, and show- 
case makers, King street 
BLACK, M. G., provision merchant, 29 Wellmeadow 
BLACK, MONTGOMERY G., sub-postmaster, 29 

Wellmeadow — house, do. 
Black, Andrew, goldsmith and watchmaker, 16 High 

street — house, 1 Millarston 
Black, Mrs Robert, wine and spirit merchant, 7 Glen 

street 
Black, JVlrs, midwife, 62 High street 
BLACKLEY, THOMAS, coal merchant. Underwood 

Depot — house, 23 Broomlands 
Blackwood, Alexander, farmer, Bottom, Inchinnan 
BLACKWOOD, MATTHEW, joiner and limber mer- 

chant, 67 Love street — house, 66 do. 
BLACKVYOOD, MATTHEW, & SON, bleachers of 

thread, yarn, warp, and cop, scourers of wool, 

Arthurlie Bleachworks, Barrhead — house of call, 

Barr, Stirrat, & Co., 109 Causeyside 
Blackwood, Robert, cowfeeder, 8 Glen street 
BLAIR, DOUGALD, spirit merchant, 68 and 78 Canal 

street 
Blair, Hugh, grocer, cowfeeder, and spirit merchant, 35 

Ferguslie — house, 9 do. 
Blair, James, candlemaker, 2 North street 
Blair, John Murray, at R. & T. Russell's, 52 High street 
Blair, John S., law clerk, 150 Regent street, Glasgow — 

house, 1 Hamilton street 
BLAIR, JOHN MRS, Hay Weighs Inn, 3 King street 



PAISLEY. 25 

Blair, Mrs, draper, 16 Castle street 
Blair, Mrs John, 1 Hamilton street 
BLAIR, MATTHEW, clothier, draper, and hatter, 104 

Causeyside — house, 19 Oakshaw street 
Blair, Mrs J., capmaker, 2 North street 
BLAIR, PETER, carting agent for Caledonian Railway 

Company, Goods Station, Greenlaw — house, 44 Mill 

street 
Blair, William, at R. & T. Russell's, 1 Hamilton street 
Blane, James, boot and shoe maker, 31 Cotton street 
Blue, Miss, milliner and dressmaker, 36 Causeyside 
Boag, Mrs, Carriagehill villa 

Boag, Robert, fruiterer and confectioner, 9 Love street 
Bole, William, spirit merchant, 2 Renfrew street — house 

1 Inkle street 
BONNAR & HAMILTON, calenderers, hot pressers, 

packers, and finishers, 15 Causeyside 
Bonnar, John, of Bonnar & Hamilton, 3 East Croft 
Bonnar, William, modeller, 14 Storie street 
BOST, W. D. ASHTON, Cartvale Chemical Works, 

New vSneddon 
BORLAND, ALEXANDER, family grocer, 53 High st. 
Borland, Ellen, milliner, 39 High street — house, 2 East 

lane, Ferguslie 
BOW, M'LACHLAN, & CO., engineers, millwrights, 

ironfounders, and tool makers, Thistle Engine 

Works, Abbot's Inch " 

Bow, AVilliara, of Bow, M'Lacblan, & Co , 85 New 

Sneddon 
Bowes, William, builder, 4 Glen lane 
Bowde, Andrew, wine and spirit dealer, 11 Williamsburgh 
Bowie, James, manager to Robert Sraitli, hatter 2 

Alexandra place, Calside 
Bowie, John, farmer, West Dykebar, Barrhead road 
Bowie, John & Son, farina manufacturers and potato 

merchants — works, 6 Macdowall street 
Bowie, John, of J. Bowie & Son, 31 Glen street 
Bowie, Mrs, cowfeeder, 60 High street 
Bowie. Walter, of J. Bowie & Sou, Moss-side p]^§e 

Greenock roaf^ ' 

Q 



26 PAISLEY. 

Bowie, Walter, cowfeeder and grocer, 27 Love street 

Bowie, William, farmer, Blackbyres 

BOWIE, WILLIAM, family grocer and grain merchant, 

131 George street— house, Kilbarchan 
Boyd, Alexander, accountant, Bank of Scotland, St. 

Mirren street — residence, Bank of Scotland, St. 

Mirren street 
Boyd, Duncan, of James Boyd & Sons, 32 Oakshaw street 
BOYD, GEORGE V., drysalter, 51 Waterloo street, 

Glasgow — residence, Greenlaw drive 
BOYD, HUGH, pawnbroker, 12 Old Sneddon and 8 

Back Sneddon— saleshop, 3 Old Sneddon — house, 

26 Storie street 
Boyd, Hugh, jiin., at Hugh Boyd's pawn office, 12 Old 

Sneddon — house, 26 Storie street 
Boyd, James, fruiterer and confectioner, 21 Gauze street 
Boyd, James, The Cottage, Millarston 
Boyd, James, of James Boyd & Sons, 32 Oakshaw street 
Boyd, James, & Sons, hothouse builders, and heating 

engineers, Macdowall street 
BOYDJ JAMES, tobacconist, 1 Smithhills^-house, 2 

John Street 
BOYD, JOHN, spirit merchant, 20 Broomlands— house, 

24 do. 
Boyd, John, of James Boyd & Sons, 43^ Oakshaw street 
Boyd, John, hosier and draper, 53 High street 
Boyd, Robert, accountant and insurance agent, 46 Moss 

gtreet — house. Brae Vieiv, Kilmalcolm 
Boyd, Robert, cab proprietor. 39 Causeyside 
Boyd, Robert, grocer, 66 Broomlands — house, 2 John st. 
Boyd, William, farmer, Langcraigs 
Boyle, Right Hon. George Frederick, Earl of Glasgow, 

Hawkhead House, Paisley ; Kelburne House, Largs; 

Crawford Priory, Fifesbire ; and The Garrison, 

C umbrae 
Boyle, Alexander, n., grocer, 92 New Sneddon 
Beyle, James, shoemaker, 18 Wallace street 
Boyle, Mrs, wine and spirit merchant, 21 Moss street 
Boyle John, general agent, and mop and broom manu- 
facturer, 51 Storie street 



PliSLEY. 27 

Bradshaw, Philip, wine and spirit merchant, 15 Gilmour 

street — house, Cochrane cottage, Kilbarchan 
Bradbury, W. H., manager at J. & P. Coats's 
Braidwood, William, farmer, Foxbar 
Branuan, Mrs, milliner and manufacturer of fancy wool 

goods, 22 Gauze street — house, 2 Christie street 
Brannan, Patrick, confectioner, 29 Newton street 
Branuan, Peter, sergeant-instructor of musketry, 1 

Cameron street 
BRITISH LINEN CO.'S BANK, 17 Gilmour street- 
Hugh Macfarlane, agent 
British Workman Public House, 3 George street 
British Workman Public House, 80 High street 
British Workman Public House, 8 St. James place 
Brock, Peter, flesher, 30 Canal street 
Brock, John, gardener, 32 Storie street 
Brodie, David, distiller, Saueel Distillery, Saucel 
Brodie, John, fruit merchant, 25 High street 
Brodie, Thomas, card cutter, 15 Causeyside 
BRODIE, WILLIAM, & CO., gas engineers, 16 South 

Croft 
Brodie, William, of William Brodie & Co., 21 High st. 
Broom, John, traveller at Robin & Houston's 
Brough, John, grocer, 46 Millarston 
Brough, Peter, Oakshawhead House 
Brough, William, shorthand writer and clerk, Sheriff 

Clerk's Office, Millarston 
Brown, Andrew, George place 
BROWN, ANDREW, of William Brown, jun., & Co., 

Egypt Park 
Brown, David, of M'Neil & Brown, joiners, 8 Camphill 

place 
BROWN, George H., of William Brown, jun., & Co., 

Egypt Park 
BROWN, H. & W., dyers and cleaners. Glen iffer Dye 

Works— receiving office, 1 Old Smithhills 
BROWN, HECTOR, of H. & W. Brown, 6 Falside 
Brown, Hugh, Egypt Park 
Brown, James, grocer, 5 Smithhills — house, 1 Inkle 

street 



28 



PAISLEY. 



Brown, James, clerk at Robert Browu & Son's, 80 Broom- 
lands 

Brown, John, clerk to John Fullerton & Co., 34 Glen 
street 

Brown, James, teacher, West Public tSchool — house, 28 
New Sneddon 

BROWN, JOHN, of Robert Brown & Son, Millarston 
House 

BROWN, JOHN ARMOUR, of Brown & Poison, 
Moredun House, Castlehead 

BROWN, JOHN, of Brown & Poison, 5 Fitzroy place, 
Sandyford, Glasgow 

Brown, John C, at Wm Brown, jim., & Co.'s, 64 Love 
street 

Brown, John, broker, 9 and 11 Broomlands 

Brown, John, cashier with William Fulton & Sons, Cot- 
tage, Grlenfield 

BROWN, JOHN, flesher and ham curer, 3 Old Smith- 
hills — house, 12 Lawn street 

Brown, Mrs, milliner, 64 Broomlands 

Brown, Mrs William, machinist, 36 New Sneddon 

Brown, M., hosier, 4 Moss street — house, 33 Oakshaw 
street 

Brown, Miss E., dressmaker, 61 High street 

BROWN, MRS JOHN, 27 Gauze street 

Brown, Mrs, confectioner, 2 Cotton street 

BROWN & POLSON, starch and corn flour manufac- 
turers, Royal Starch Works, Carriagehill 

Brown, Peter, farmer, Craigton, off Greenock road 

Brown, Rev. James, D.D., minister of St. James street 
U.P. Church, St. James' Manse, Castlehead 

BROWN, ROBRRT, tailor and clother, 31 Gauze street 
— house, 44 Mill street 

Brown, Robert, tailor and clothier, 5 Camphill place 

BROWN, ROBERT, manufacturer of metal name plates 
raised and engraved for engineers, shipbuilders, &c., 
5 Neilston street 

BROWN, ROBERT, & SON, manufacturers of plumbago 
crucibles, Crown Plumbago Crucible Works — town 
office, Abercorn Bridge 



PAISLEY. 29 

BROWN, ROBERT, & SON, manufacturers of sanitary 
and plumbers' earthenware, the Paisley Sanitary 
Earthenware Works, Paisley 

BROWN, ROBERT, & SON, manufacturers of pipes 
and tiles for field drainage, Shortrood works, and of 
every description of fire clay goods, Perguslie Fire 
Clay Works — town office, Abercorn Bridge 

BROWN, ROBERT, of Robert Brown & Son, Under- 
wood park 

Brown, Robert, slater, 49 Storie street — house, 2 Barr st. 

BROWN, VYILLIAM, photographer, 9 Gilmour street 
— house, 51 Caledonia street — (See advertisement) 

Brown, William, flesher, 25 Gauze street- -house, 32 
Cotton street 

BROWN, WILLIAM, cork manufacturer and spirit 
merchant, 18 Pligh street — house, 87 do. 

Brown, William, jun., of H. & W. Brown — -house, 
Craigielea 

BROWN, WILLIAM, tea merchant, 37 High street- 
house, Hamilton place, New Sneddon 

BROWN, MRS WILLIAM, flesher, 61 Causeyside— 
house, 55 do. 

BROWN, WILLIAM, JUN., & CO., merchants and 
agents, 107 Causeyside 

BROWN, WILLIAM, & SON, buckram manufacturers, 
Royal Starch Works, Carriagehill 

BROWN, WILLIAM, Sheriff-Crerk Depute of Renfrew- 
shire, County Buildings — house, Craigielea 

Brown, Ralph, jeweller, hardware merchant, and general 
dealer, 9 Neilston street — house, 10 Campbell street 

Brown, James, clerk, Goods Department, Greeulaw Rail- 
way Station — house, 21 Underwood 

Browning, Alexander, feuar, 14 Gordon's lane 

BROWNING, ALEXANDER, timber merchant, joiner, 
cartwright, and smith, 21 and 22 Orchard street — 
woodyard and saw-mills, 23 Orchard street — house, 
14 Gordon's lane 

BROWNING, JOHN, joiner, cartwright, and smith, van 
and lorry builder, 9 New street- -house, 29 Storie st. 

Brunker, James, shoemaker, 19 Gauze street 

c 2 



so PAISLEY. 

Brownlie, William, manager, Glenfield Starch Work*' 

and insurance agent — house, Glenfield Cottage' 

Castlehead 
Brownridge, William, teacher, South Public School — 

house, Glencairn Cottage, Blackhall 
Bruce, Alexander, boot and shoemaker, 36 St. James 

street — house, 5 Green hill road 
Bruce, James, at R. & T. Russell's, Victoria street 
BRYCE, GEORGE F., watchmaker and jeweller, 86 

High street — house, 133 George street 
BRYCE, JAME.S, & SONS, joiners and timber mer- 
chants, Macdowall street 
Bryce, James, of James Bryce & Sons, 11 Hunter street 
Bryce, Joseph, cabinetmaker, 62 High street — house, 133 

George street 
Bryce, John, farmer, Abbotsinch, Inchinnan road 
Bryce John, of James Bryce & Sons, Meadowbank villa, 

Greenock road 
Bryce, William, gas meter inspector, 10 Glen street 
BUCHANAN, ALEXANDER, surgeon dentist, 33 High 

street — house, do. 
Buchanan, Archibald, 59 George street 
Buchanan, David, manager, Ferguslie Fire Clay Works, 

40 Millarston 
BUCHANAN, DAVID, of Pollock & Co., 5 Buchanan 

terrace 
Buchanan, James, farmer, Hunterhill 
Buchanan, James, druggist and chemist, S-i Broomlands 

— house, Craigielea 
Buchanan, Jane, grocer, 72 Broomlands — house, 73 do. 
Buchanan, John, wholesale grocer and tea merchant, 15 

Wellmeadow 
Buchanan, Joseph, baker, 152 George street 
Buchanan, Misses, dressmaker, 56 Causeyside 
Buchanan, Miss J., milliner, 23 Wellmeadow 
Buchanan, Mrs Margaret, grocer, 5 Inkle street 
Buchanan, William, secretary, Underwood Coal Co. — 

house, 15 Gauze street 
Buchanan, William, clerk at James H. Dunn's, writer — 

house, 59 George street 



PAISLEY. 8 1 

Budge, John, Inland Revenue Office, Albert place, head 

of Causeyside 
Bulloch, William, sheriff officer at Alexander M'Kechnie's, 

10 Gralloway street 
Burgess, Adan, jun., secretary Blacksmiths' Society, 50 

Caledonia street 
BURGH PAROCHIAL BOARD OFFICE, 7 New 

Sneddon — Robert Rowand, inspector 
BURGH POLICE OFFICE, County Buildings 
BURNET, WILLIAM M., ham curer and provision 

merchant, 3 and 4 Sir Michael street — house, 9 Well 

street 
Burnett, James, 9 Well street 
Burns, George, hairdresser, 77 High street — house, 13 

George street 
Burns, James, grocer, 6 Williamsburgh — house, 2 do. 
Burns, James, greengrocer, 85 Castle street 
BURNS, W. & J., dressmakers, 73 Broomlands — house, 

do. 
BURT, JAMES, confectioner and ice merchant, 79 High 

street 
Burt, Peter, draper, 1 Alexandra place, Calside 
Burtney, James, spirit merchant, 12 Back Sneddon 
Bustard, Thomas, grocer, 17 North Croft 



Cairnie, James, boot and shoemaker, 24: New street — 

house, 5 Stirling street 
CAIRNS, ALEXANDER, wholesale and export|preserve 

manufacturer and confectioner — works, 32 High 

street; house, Glencairn, Castlehead 
Cairns, Robert, confectioner, 2 High street — house, 26 

St. James street 
Cairns, Mis, furnisher, 31 Ferguslie 
CALAZEL, A. ALBAN, hairdresser and perfumer, 49 

Moss street — house, 59 High street 
CALDERWOOD, HUGH, wine and spirit merchant, 94 

New Sneddon — house, Renfrew road 
Calderwood, James,saddler, 32 High street — house, 33 do. 
Caldwell, Alexander, flesher, 8 Cotton street 



32 PAISLEY. 

CALDWELL, DAVID, coal and lime merchant. Under- 
wood and Canal Depot — house, 128 George street 

Caldwell, Hugh, feuar, Carriagehill 

CALDWELL, JAMES, & SON, wholesale and retail 
wiue and spirit merchants, 9 and 10 Gilraour street 

CALDWELL, JAMES, of James Caldwell & Son, Rock- 
field, Renfrew road 

Caldwell, James, weavers' furnisher, 104 Causeyside 

CALDWELL, JA., & MUIR, writers and agents for the 
Royal Fire and Life Insurance Company, 33 Old 
Sneddon 

Caldwell, James, writer, of Ja. Caldwell & Muir, and 
Clerk of Supply for the County of Renfrew, 33 Old 
Sneddon — house, Craigielea place 

Caldwell, James, jun,, at Ja. Caldwell & Muir's, Craigie- 
lea place 

Caldwell, John, coal merchant, Caledonian Mineral depot 
and Canal Basin — house, 43 Mill street 

Caldwell, John, tobacconist, 74 Love street 

Caldwell, Miss Janet, confectioner, 81 Broomlands 

CALDWELL, MISS, bookseller and stationer, 2 Gilmour 
street 

Caldwell, Mrs James, 56 High street 

Caldwell, Peter, & Co., dyers, Macdowall street 

Caldwell Peter, of Peter Caldwell & Co., Macdowell 
street 

Caldwell, Peter, jun., at Rennison & Scott's, Macdowall 
street 

Caldwell, Robert D,, clerk, British Linen Co.'s Bank, 9 
Glen lane 

Caldwell, Robert G., of Peter Caldwell & Co., 49 Love 
street 

Caldwell, Robert, broker and waste dealer, 27 Old 
Sneddon 

CALDWELL, THOMAS, of James Caldwell & Son, 5 
Gateside 

Caldwell, Thomas, restaurant, 52 Broomlands 

CALDWELL, W., & CO., drysalters, Murray street 

CALDWELL, WILLIAM, of W. Caldwell & Co., 1 
Buchanan terrace 



PAISLEY. 83 

CALEDONIAN RAILWAY CO.'S CARTING DE- 
PARTMENT— office, Greeulaw Goods Station-^ 
Peter Blair^ agent — house, 44 Mill street 

CAMERON, ALEXANDER, upholsterer and cabinet 
maker, 40 High street — house, do. — (See advertise- 
ment) 

Cameron, Alexander, sergeant of police, 2 Wardrop st. 

CAMERON, DUNCAN, 80 New Sneddon 

Cameron, John, painter and glazier, 7 Old Smithhills 

Cameron, MattheWj 9 Storie street 

Cameron, George, keeper of the Caledonian Bowling 
Green, 4 Marshall's lane 

Cameron, Peter, at Hourston's, draper. High street- 
house, 2 Alexandra place, Calside 

Cameron, Peter, manufacturer, 6 Stevenson street 

Cameron, John, shoemaker, 70 Broomlands — house, 2 
William street 

CAMERON, THOMAS RUSSELL, surgeon-dentist, 
28 Gauze street 

Cameron, William, manager to Robertson & Son, hatters 
—house, 2 Alexandra place, Calside 

Campbell, Alexander, collector of gas accounts, 19 Storie 
street 

Campbell, Mrs, coAvfeeder, 38 Maxwellton 

Campbell, Archibald, coal merchant, 48 Mill street- 
house, 3 Inkle street 

Campbell, Andrew R., manager, Patent Convex Mill, 
George street — house, 38 Ferguslie 

Campbell, Archibald, of Campbell, Sons, & Co.,Camphill 

Campbell, Archibald, clerk to John Adam, writer — house, 
88 Ferguslie 

CAMPBELL & CO., chemical manufacturers, Cartvale 
Chemical Works,- New Sneddon — office, 47 Cochran 
street, Glasgow 

Campbell & Co., shipbuilders, Merksworth 

CAMPBELL. & M'LENNAN, tapistry and scarf manii- 
facturers, 2 and 10 Causeyside 

Campbell & M'Vey, builders, 21 West street 

Campbell, A. R., insurance agent and commission mer- 
chant, 19 Storie street 



S4 PArsLiot. 

Campbell, Dugald, flesher, 29 Moss street — house, 10 St» 
James street 

Campbell, Duncan, waste dealer^ 38 StoHe street 

Campbell, H. umbrella maker, 7 Old Smitbbills 

CAMPBELL, J. EDWARD, MA., writer, of Reids & 
Campbell, Netherpark, Calside 

Campbell, James, clerk, 29 St. James street 

Campbell, James, 10 Gateside 

Campbell, John, jun., clerk, 26 Ferguslie 

Campbell, James, wholesale and retail confectioner, 7 
Mill street 

Campbell, John, salesman, 6 Caleside place 

Campbell, John G., clerk at Kerr & Son's, 29 St. 
James street 

CAMPBELL, JOHN, tobacco pipe manufacturer, 30 
Gauze street — house, do. 

CAMPBELL, MARION, china, chrystal, and stoneware 
merchant, 75 Love street 

CAMPBELL, J. M., inspector of poor, Abbey Parish — 
office, 6 Gauze street ; house, 11 Neilston street 

Campbell, Miss A., dress and mantle maker, 21 High 
street 

Campbell, Mrs Margaret, Ardgowan cottage 

Campbell, Noble, boot and shoe maker, 29 Cotton street 

Campbell, Robert, clerk, 7 Wallneuk 

Campbell, Robert, clog manufacturer, 6 St. Mirren street 

Campbell, Sons, & Co., manufacturers, 9 Forbes place 

CAMPBELL, THOMAS, attorney, and Procurator- 
Fiscal (J.P. Court) for Renfrewshire, County Build- 
ings (north end) — house, the Hermitage, Renfrew 

Campbell, Thomas, of Campbell & M^Vey, 22 West 
street 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM, of Campbell and M'Lellau, 
Burnbank cottage, Castlehead 

Campbell, William, of Campbell, Sons, & Co., 5 Stirling 
street 

Campbell, William, wine and spirit merchant, 38 High 
street 

Campbell, William, clerk at Millar, Walker, & Millar's, 
27 Storie street 



PAISLEY. 8 5 

Campbell, William, hairdresser, 31 New Smithhills — 
house, 5 East Buchanan street 

CANAL OFFICE, 18 Canal street, James Alcorn, 
agent 

Canal Street U.P. Church Mission Hall, 79 George street 

Canning, Miss, dress and mantle maker, 76 High street 

Canning, Peter, flesher, 64 George street —house, 17 
Greenhill road 

CARLILE, JAMES, SONS, & CO., thread manufac- 
turers, 13 Carlile place, New Sneddon 

Carlile, .lames Sim, grocer and spirit merchant, 4 Thread 
street 

CARLILK, MRS THOMAS, wine and spirit merchant, 
10 Smithhills — house, 4 Thread street 

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

Carmichael, Hugh J., 30 Cotton street 

CARMICHAEL, MHS JANE, spirit dealer, 30 Cotton 
street 

Carpenetti, Dominica, fruiterer and confectioner, 20 
Sandholes 

Carruth, George, Infirmary officer, 4 Stow place 

CARSWELL, ALLAN, collector to the Paisley Equit- 
able Friendly Society, 27 Maxwellton street 

Carswell, Allan JB., of D. Cars well & Son, 2 Janefield 
place, Lylesland 

CARSWELL, DAVID, & SON, bookbinders, 35 Storie 

street— (See advertisement) 
CARSWELL, JOHN, lithographer, engraver, printer, 
paper ruler, and book- binder, 4 High street — house, 
do. — (See advertisement) 
CARSWELL, MARY, dress and mantle maker, 27 Max- 
wellton street 
Carswell, Robert, ropespinner. Canal Bank — house, 26 

Causeyside 
Cashmore, John, fruiterer and confectioner, 100 High 

street and 94 Causeyside — house, 94 Causeyside 
CASSIDY, EDWARD, cabinetmaker and upholsterer, 8 

Churchhill —house, do. 
Cassidy, Miss M. F., dressmaker, 8 Churchhill 



5b PAISLEY. 

CASSELS, WILLIAM, of Robert Murdoch & Co., iron 
and steel merchants, 10 West Croft, Paisley, and 21 
and 23 Robertson street, Glasgow — house, 17 Knowe 
terrace, Pollokshields 

CATTANACH, ALEXANDER, of James Stewart & 
Co., Auchentorlie House 

Cemetery, 58 Broomlands — John Murray, superintendent 

CHALMERS, JAMES, grocer and sph'it dealer, 13 
Maxwellton 

Chalmers, William, grocer, 7 Lylesland 

Chapman, Robert, farmer, North Arkleston, Glasgow 
road 

CHARLETON, ALFRED, e^ CO., soap manufacturers, 
4 New Sneddon 

Charleton, Alfred, of Alfred Charleton & Co. — residence, 
Grammar School house 

CHISHOLM, REV. HUGH, Roman Catholic Clergy- 
man, East Buchanan street 

Chisholm, James, salesman. Book Store, 54 Causey- 
side — house, 2 Stirling street 

Christie, Alexander, 8 South Campbell street 

Christie, Alexander, Prudential Assurance agent, 75 
Canal street 

Christie, James, agent for Victoria Assurance Co., 6 
Wardrop street 

Christie, Mrs James, 32 Maxwellton 

Christie, Mrs, confectioner, 36 Moss street 

Christie, William, blacksmith and engineer, 21 Underwood 

City of Glasgow Friendly Society — William Cochrane, 
agent, 21 High street 

Clapperton, James, of William Clapperton & Co., 5 
Sandyford place, Glasgow 

Clapperton, John, of William Clapperton & Co., 5 
Sandyford place, Glasgow 

CLAPPERTON, WILLIAM, & CO., sewing cotton 
manufacturers, 70 New Sneddon 

CLARK & CO., Anchor Thread Works, Seetlhill 

Clark, Charles, plasterer — yard, William street — house, 
14 Castle street 

Clark, Hugh, 31 Oaksbaw street 



PAISLET. 37 

CLARK, JAMES & CO., thread and net manufacturers, 

Marshall's lane —manager, J. Balderston 
Clark, James, Chapel House 

Clark, James A., Anchor Mills-— Redholm, Wemyss 

Bay 
Clark, J. George, Anchor Thread Works — Redholm, 

Wemyss Bay 
CLARK, JOHN. & CO., joiners, boxmakers, and wood 

merchants, Wallneuk Saw Mills, 12 Wallneuk 
Clark, Jolm, baker, 33 Gauze street 
CLARK, JOHN, of Clark & Co., Gateside 
Clark, John, of John Clark & Co., timber merchants, 1 

Abbey street 
Clark, Misses Agnes & Elizabeth, milliners and straw- 
hat makers, 7 Love street 
Clark, Mrs Peter, 2 Caledonia street 
Clark, R G. wood turner, Greenhill Works, 1 Greenhill 

road 
Clark, R. M., of Clark & Co., thread manufacturers, 

Anchor Mills, Tower Raiss, by Barrhead 
Clark, Robert, clerk to John Muir, accountant, 23 Moss 

street 
Clark, Stewart, of Clark & Co., Kihiside 
Clark, William, salesman at Arthur's Criterion Spirit 

Vaults, 25 George street 
Clazy, Rev. George, minister of Oakshaw Free Church 

(late Reformed Presbyterian) — house, Castlehead 
Clelland, Mrs James, 70 Love street 
Clelland, Mrs William, hosier, 90 Causeyside 
CLYDESDALE BANKING CO. (Limited), 7 High 

street (Cross) — Robert Russell, agent 
COATS, ALLAN, ofW. & A. Coats, Hayfield, Castle- 

head 
COATS, ARCHIBALD, of J. & P. Coate, Woodside 

• House 
COATS, GEORGE, Kingston Grain Mills, West street, 

Glasgow — house, 4 Garthland place 
COATS, GEORGE H., of W. & A. Coats, Ellengowan, 

Castlehead 
COATS, GEORGE, of J. c^ P. Coats, Craigiveal, Ayr 

D 



88 PAISLEY. 

COATS, BROTHERS, coal merchants, Barrhead, & 68 
Broomlands, Paisley — Glasgow office, 40 St. Enoch 
square 
COATS, JAMES, jiin., of J. and P. Coats, Ferguslie 

House 
COATS, JAMES, of J. & P. Coats,. America 
COATS, J. (fe P., thread manufacturers, Ferguslie 
COATS, PETER, jun., of J. & P. Coats, 6 Garthland 

nlace 
COATS, SIR PETER, of J. & P. Coats, Auchendrane, 

Ayr 
Coats, Thomas, draper, 32 High street 
COATS, THOMAS G., of J. & P. Coats, Ferguslie 

Park 
COATS, THOMAS, of J. & P. Coats, Ferguslie House 
COATS, W. & A., ham curers and provision merchants, 

68 Broomlands 
COATS, WILLIAM, jun., of W, Sc A. Coats, Ferndean, 

Castlehead 
Coats, William L., at Coats Brothers, Hayfield, Castle- 
head 
Coats, William, sen., 5 William street 
COCLIRAN & M'GECHAN, brassfounders, New Smith- 
hills 
Cochran, Alexander, writer, of David Semple & Co. — 

house, Stanley place, 50 Causeyside 
Cochran, Alexander, draper, 116 George street 
Cochran, Alexander, cooper, 59 Love street 
Cochran, Alexander, fishmonger, 149 George street 
COCHRAN, ANDREW Y., of Cochran & M'Gechan, 

4 Garthland street 
Cochran, David, tobacconist, 11 Old Smithhills 
COCHRAN, EDWARD, of Robert Cochran & Sons, 

Lady burn villa 
Cochran, Hugh, of Pollock & Cochran, High Carriage- 
hill 
Cochran, James, calenderer, 99 Causeyside— house, 5 

George street 
COCHRAN, JAMES, wine and spirit merchant, 39 
Stock street — house, do. 



PAISLEY. 



39 



COCHRAN, JAMES, spirit merchant, 11 West Croft, 

and Oakbank Hotel, Sandbank 
Cochran, John, farmer, Brediland, North Chain road 
COCHRAN, JOHN, house factor, Potterhill 
Cochran, John, foreman at Campbell & M'Lennan's— 

house, 12 Stevenson street 
Cochran, Michael, clerk, 24 Ceorge street 
Cochran, Mrs, confectioner, 138 George street — house, 

13 Sir Michael street 
Cochrane, M., fish store, 2 Neilston street — house, 16 

George street 
Cochran, Robert, & Co., yarn agents and merchants, 4: 

Cumberland Cour*}- house, Eastfield, Greenlaw 
COCHRAN, ROBERT, & SONS, drapers, silk mercerp, 

milliners, and clothiers, 26 New Smithhills — house, 

Ladvburn villa. East Greenlaw — (See advertisement) 
COCHRAN, ROBERT, Sen., of Robert Cochran & Sons, 

Ladyburn villa 
COCHRAN, ROBERT, Jun., of Robert Cochran & Sons, 

Ladyburn villa 
Cochran, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 36 Moss 

street — house, 17 do. 
COCHRxiN, WILLIAM, & CO., manufacturers and 

merchants, 7 St. Mirren street — house, Gleniffer 

view 
Cochrane, William, agent, City of Glasgow Friendly 

Society, 21 High street 
Cockbura, Geo, H. schoolmaster, Mossvale Public School 

— house, 2 Bute place 
Cockburn, John, fruiterer and confectioner, 83 Causey- 
side 
Colligan, Hugh S., M.D., and surgeon, 23 Gauze street 

and 78 Broomlands — house, 84 High street 
Collins, Mrs, dressmaker, 5 Caledonia street 
Colquhoun, Agues D., teacher, East Public School — . 

house, 4 Old Smithhills 
Colquhoun, Edward, confectioner, 33 George street 
COLQUHOUN, GEORGE, wine and spirit merchant, 

17 Wellmeadow 
Colquhoun, John, farmer, Corkerhill, Glasgow road 



40 PAISLEY. 

Colquhoun, Misses, teachers of music, 4 Old Sraithhills" 
Colquhoun, Thomas, cooper, 71 Causeyside 
COMMERCIAL BANK OF SCOTLAND, 7 Gilmour 

street — James Ross, agent 
Comrie, John, grocer, 4 West Campbell street 
CONGALTON, ROBERT, collector of Burgh Rates, 
and agent for the Scottish Union and National 
Insurance Co., County Buildings — house, Dun- 
craggan villa, Bishopton 
Connell, David, spirit dealer, 116 George street 
CONNELL, JAMES, wine and spirit merchant, 36 

Storie street — house, 44 Canal street 
CONNELL, JOHN, of Wallace, Connell, & Co., Saucel 

Bank 
CONNELL, WILLIAM, of Wallace, Connell, & Co., 

Glenlee, Hamilton 
Convex Weaving Co., the Patent Manufacturers of 
Uneven Fabrics, the Convex Mills, 153 George 
street, and 64 Gordon street, Glasgow- 
Cook, Archibald, commission agent, Janefield villa, Gate- 
side 
Cook, Rev. David, U.P. Minister, Mossvale — residence, 

Anna Villa, Greenock road 
Cook, Edward, foreman at Robert Kerr & Son's — house, 

27 Williamsburgh 
Cook, James, of J. & J. Cook, 56 Canal street 
COOK, J. & J., steam printers, and printers and pub- 
lishers of the "Paisley and Renfrewshire Gazette," 3 
Moss street 
Cook, John, of J. & J. Cook. 71 South Portland street, 

Glasgow 
COOK, JOSEPH, manufacturer, 4 Wardrop street 
Cook, William, draper, Terrace buildings — house, Saucel 

Bank 
CO-OPERATIVE MANUFACTURING SOCIETY, 
Limited, manufacturers and drapers, 114 Causey- 
side 
Corkin, John, hairdresser, 26 Causeyside — house, 1 Barr 

street 
Cormie, James, eating-house keeper, 14 Old Smithhills 



PAISLEY. 41 

Correns, Robert, officer, Evangelical Union Chapel, 45 

George street 
COSTELLO, PATRICK, Railway Arms Inn, 12 Gil- 

moiir street, and spirit merchant, 7 Love street, and 

Canteen, Paisley Barracks ; also, 2 Govan road, 

Glasgow — house, 12 Gilmour street 
Cottman, John, grocer, 11 Greenhill road 
Cottnam, William, grocer, 25 Well street 
Couley, D., agent at Paisley for the Singer Manufactur- 
ing Company, 41 Calside 
COUNTY POLICE OFFICE, 4 County place 
COUPER, JOHN, tailor and clothier, 105 High street 

(Cross) — house, do. 
COWAN & CO., railway agents, and carting contractors 

for Glasgow and South- Western, and Glasgow and 

Paisley Joint Railways — office, Greenlaw Goods 

Station 
COWAN, HUGH, Sheriff- Substitute of Renfrew and 

Bute, Belmont, Castlehead 
Cowan, Jessie P., teacher, Grammar School, 5 Inkle 

street 
COWAN, JOHN, of David Speirs & Co., Stoneleigh, 

Greenock 
COWAN, JOHN, spirit merchant, 3 Love street — house, 

48 do. 
COWAN, ROBERT, flesher, 27 High street— house, 

Churchhill — (See advertisement) 
Cowan, Janet, 43 Mill street 
Cowden, James, warehouseman at Logan and Gardner's 

South Orr street 
Cowden, William L., collector of poor rates 
CRAIG, ALEXANDER, joiner and timber merchant, 

27 Back Sneddon — house, 3 Albion street 
Craig, Alexander M'Lean, clerk with James H. Taylor, 

School Board Visiting Officer, 8 West Campbell st. 
CRAIG, A. F., & Co., engineers, ironfounders, boiler- 
makers, millwrights, and machine makers, Caledonia 

Engine Works, Macdovmll street 
Craig, Alexander, wholesale grocer, 168 George street- - 

house, 5 Calside place 

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Craig, Andrew, coal merchant, 23 Lady lane 

Craig, Allan, & bons, Blackstoun shale, coal, and oil 

works 
CRAia, ARCHIBALD F., of A. F. Craig & Co., 

Churchhill 
CRAIG, ARCHIBALD, of A. F. Craig & Co., 6 Gateside 
Craig, David, flesher, 19 Sandholes 
Craig, Hugh, waste merchant, 10 St. James street 
CRAIG, MRS JOHN, dressmaker, 16 Back Sneddon 
CRAIG, JAMES, Seaforth Cottage, Elderslie 
Craig, J., & Co., hatters, and hat and cap manufacturers 

28 High street, corner of New street 
Craig, James, cooper, 8 Neilston street 
Craig, James, cowfeeder, 73 Canal street 
Craig, James, flesher, 26 Gauze street 
Craig, James, yarn merchant, 21 Causeyside 
Craig, John, of Allan Craig & Son, 3 Buchanan terrace 
Craig, Margaret, cowfeeder, 15 Castle street 
Craig, Mrs Alexander, Ivy Bank, 47 Oakshaw street 
Craig, Mrs, Cowfeeder, 8 Neilston street 
CRAIG, ROBERT, wine and spirit merchant, 20 St. 

James street — house, 53 Caledonia street 
Oraig, Robert, Stonefield 

CRAIG, ROBERT, licensed grocer, 50 Caledonia street 
CRAIG, ROBERT, of A. F. Craig & Co., 6 Gateside 
Craig, Robert W., yarn merchant, 29 George street 
Craig, William, spirit merchant, 17 Causeyside 
Craig, Robert, janitor, Stow Street Public School 
Craig, William, spirit merchant, 6 Union street — house, 

Wester Carriagehill place 
CRAMB, JAMES, spirit merchant, 89 Causeyside— 

house, 2 Mill place, Camphill 
Craw, James, of Wm. Craw & Sons, 8 Buchanan terrace 
Craw, William, & Sons, silk, wool, and cotton dyers, 

Caledonia Dyeworks, 33 Caledonia street 
Craw, William, jun., of William Craw & Sons, Gockston 
Craw, William, sen., of William Craw & Sons, Caledonia 

house 
Crawford, Alex. Wilkie, M.B., CM., 8 Moss street 
Crawford, Elizabeth O., china merchant, 47 Moss street 



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CRAWFORD, GAVIN, bootmaker, 97 High street- 
house, George villa, Kilmalcolm 
CRAWFORD, HAMILTON, power-loom cloth manu- 
facturer, Abercorn weaving factory, Abercorn street 
— house, 4 Bank street 
Crawford, H. & J,, plumbers and gasfitters, 24 Causeyside 
Crawford, James, farmer, Pointhouse, Inchinnan road 
Crawford, James, ofRcer St. James street U.P. Church, 

27 Glen street 
Crawford, James, clerk at Reids & Campbell's, 164 

Woodlands road, Glasgow 
Crawford, Mrs J., grocer, 3 Garthland street 
Crawford, John, & Co., manufacturers, 4 Forbes place 
Crawford, John, of H. & J. Crawford, 23 Causeyside 
Crawford, John K., of J. Crawford & Co., Shieldhill, 

Castlehead 
Crawford, Miss, 24 Abbey street 
Crawfoj-d, Mrs Sarah, bible woman, 12 Gauee street 
CRAWFORD, P. & A., wood turners and bowlmakers, 

5 South Croft 
Crawford, Alex., of P. & A. Crawford, 2 Hamilton street 
Crawford, Peter, of P. & A. Crawford, 2 Hamilton street 
CRAWFORD, ROBERT, traveller to Wm. M. Burnett, 

1 Bute place, Neilston road 
Crawford, William, calenderer, 105 Causeyside— house, 

10 St. James street 
Crawford, William, traveller for Underwood road dye- 
works, 5 Underwood road 
Crichton, Robert, wholesale grocer and tea merchant, 

136 and 137 George street — house, 137 do. 
CRICHTON, THOMAS, 9 Gateside 
CROCKET, MISS, matron House of Refuge for Females, 

Stow place 
Crooks, Mrs William, confectioner, 5 J Bridge street 
Crossley, J. & W., dyers, Abbey Dyeworks, 18 Abbey 

street 
Crossley, James, of J. & W. Crossley, 5 Christie street 
CROUCH, REY. JOHN, minister of Victoria place 

Baptist Church, Janefleld place, Lylesland 
iCrudenjs, Hugh, 4 Gauze street 



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Cruikshanks, George M., consulting engineer and patent 
agent, 135 Buchanan street, Glasgow — (See adver- 
tisement) 

Cruickshanks, Robert, wine and spirit merchant, 63 
Broomlands— house, 76 George street 

Culbert, Joseph, at Robin & Houston's, 21 New Sneddon 

Cullen, Thomas, chemist, druggist, and surgeon-dentist, 
12 St. James place — house, do.— (See advertisement) 

Gumming, Moses, weaver, 3 Christie street — house, 4 
Old'Smithhills 

GUMMING, MRS ROBERT, cowfeeder, 22 Newton st. 

Cummiog, William, carter and cowfeeder, 17 Well street 

Cunningham, Adam, spirit merchant, 35 High street — 
house, Suunyside 

CUNNINGHAM, ALEXANDER, calenderer, hot 
presser, and finisher, 16 Causeyside — house, 6 Lyles- 
land 

Cunningham, James, & Co., manufacturers, 5 Causeyside 

Cunningham, James, grocer, 83 Broomlands — house, 78 
do! 

Cunningham, James, of James Cunningham & Co., Fal- 
side 

Cunningham, Mrs Daniel, 1 Christie street 

Cunningham, Robert, Carriagehill house 

CUNNINGHAM, THOMAS, tailor and clothier, 76 
High street — house, 83 do. 

Currie & Co., starch and corn flour manufacturers. Glen- 
field Patent Corn Flour and Starch Works, Murray- 
street 

Currie, Alexander, confectioner, 30 Wellmeadow 

Cnrrie, David, officer Oakshaw Street Free (late R.P.) 
Church, 36 Oakshaw street 

Currie, James R , shipbroker, Renfrew road 

Currie, James, & Co , 12 Causeyside 

Currie, Peter, of William Fulton & Sons, Glenfield, The 
Villa, Glenfield 

Currie, John, of Currie & Co., Murray street — house, 21 
Caledonia street 

CURRIE, WILLIAM, jun., grocer, and wine and spirit 
merchant, 4 Renfrew street — house, 23 Niddry street 



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Currie, William, feuar, 23 Niddry street 

CUTHBERT, RALPH, joiner and cartwright, 4 Max- 

wellton — house, do. 
Cuthbertson, Alexander, baker, 33 Causeyside 
Cuthbertson, John, chaplain to the Abbey Poorhouse, 

120 George street 

Dale, James, officer of Inland Revenue, 8 West croft 
DALGETY, REV. J. B., Second Charge Abbey Church 

— house, 34 High street 
Dalgety, William B., clerk National Bank of Scotland 

(Limited) 34 High street 
Dalglish, John, oil and soap merchant, 8 St. James place 

— house, 6 Buchanan terrace 
DALRYMPLE, JAMES, & SO NT, plumbers, gasfitters, 

and lead merchants, 8 Old Sneddon — (See advertise- 
ment) 
DALRYMPLE, JAMES, of James Dalrymple & Son, 

12 St. James place 
Dalziel, James, 1st teller Bank of Scotland, Laurieston, 

Glasgow — house, Wester Carriagehill 
Dalziel, James, officer Thread Street U.P. Church, 31 

Thread street 
Dalziel, Jane, principal teacher, Stow Infant School, 145 

George street 
Dalziel, Mrs William, milliner, 145 George street 
Dalziel & Co., carpet manufacturers, 10 and 11 Shuttle 

street 
Dalziel, Robert P., of Dalziel k Co., Castlehead 
DAVIDSON, CHARLES, architect and property 

valuator, Terrace building — residence, Calside 

House 
Davidson, David, green-grocer, 39 Ferguslie 
Davidson, George, Scottish Legal Life Assurance Society 

agent, 15 George street — house, 1 Barclay street 
Davidson, Peter A., of Robert Eadie & Co., 1 Alexandra 

place, Calside 
Davidson, Thomas, loom card cutter and -warper, Cum- 
berland place, HI Causeyside — house, 3 New 

Espedair street 



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DAVIDSON & RITCHIE, fancy boxmakers, 9 New 

street 
Davidson, Johu^ of Davidson & Ritchie, 139 George 

street 
DAVIE, JAMES, of Shedden, M^Gee, & Davie, 11 

Abercorn street 
Davis, William, blacksmith, 4 Broomlands 
DEANS, FRANCIS, postmaster, vSt Mirren street 
Deans, James, clerk, Post Office, Post Office House 
Deans, Robert L., foreman of Gas Company's Meter 

Shop, 44 Mill street 
iDeaos, Robert R,, clerk, Post Office, Post Office 

House 
Deans, Robert, salesman at A. Foulds, jun., 162 George 

street — house, 8 George street 
Dempster, John, baker, 4 Dovesland 
Denning, Mrs, broker, 6 Old Sneddon 
Devlin, Mrs, tobacconist and picture-frame maker, 14 

Gauze street 
Devlin, Michael, monumental sculptor, 18 Mill street — ■ 

house, 14 Gauze street 
Devonshire, A., superintendent of Fire Brigade at Coats' 

Mill, East lane, Ferguslie 
Dick, George, teacher, West Public School — house, 41 

Broomlands 
DICK, JAMES, & SONS, wholesale boot and shoe 

manufacturers, 166 George street — (See advertise- 
ment) 
DICK, JAMES, draper, 21 Causeyside — warehouse and 

house, 5 County place 
Dick, Margaret, grocer, 32 Causeyside 
Dick, Miss M., dressmaker, 12 High street 
Dick, R. & J. shoemakers, 82 High street 
Dickie, Alexander, gardener, 1 Union street 
Dickie, E. , china merchant, 21 Moss street 
Dickie, James, confectioner, 26 Causeyside 
Dickie, John, saw sharper and cutler, 2 St Mirren street 

— house, 41 Calside 
DICKIE, MRS THOMAS, wine and spirit merchant, 25 

Moss street — house, do. 



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DICKSON, ELIZABETH, teacher, John Neilson 

Institution, 22 Carmichael street, Govan 
Dickson, Miss Margaret, umbrella maker, 7 New street — - 

house, 1 High street 
DICKSON, WILLIAM, nurseryman, Ladybnm 

Nursery 
Dobie, James, surgeon-dentist, 82 High street-— house, 1 

Buchanan terrace 

DOBIE, GEORGE, tobacco and candle manufactursr, 
4 and 5 Orchard street- — house, Edgemont, Castle- 
head 
Dobie, W. F., Edgemont, Castlehead 
Ddbie, William, shoemaker, 10 Ganze street 
Docherty, John M., clerk, Caledonian Railway Carting 

Department, 13 Glen street 
Donald, James, spirit merchant, 80 New Sneddon 
DONALD, JAMES, of Hanna, Donald, & Wilson, 

Riccartsbar House 
DONALD, JAMES T., M.D., M.R,C.S.E., 84 and 102 

High street — house, 5 Gauze street 
DONALD, JAMES, architect, 22 Caledonia street 
Donald, Miss M., dressmaker, 22 Caledonia street 
Donald, William H., of Abercorn Foundry — housSj 

Riccartsbar House 
DONALD, THOMAS, house factor— office, 103 High 

street ; house, 20 Newton street 
Donald, William, iun., shipbuilder, Abercorn Shipbuilding 

Company, 56 Canal street 
Donald, William R., brush, basket, and toy warehouse- 
man, 3 Moss street — house, 92 High street 
Donaldson, Humphrey, smith, farrier, and plough and 

implement maker, 1 Williamsburgh— house, do. 
Donaldson, James, Fountain Gardens, Love street 
DONALDSON, MISS, teacher, Caversbank House, 
Oakshaw street — residence, 20 Apsley place, Glas- 
gow, S.S. 
Donaldson, Mrs John, shoemaker, 6 Orchard street 
Donaldson, Thomas, clerk, 6 Orchard street 
Dougall, M]'s Robert, grocer, 46 Broomlands 



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Douglas, Duncan, shoemaker, 38 Causeyside 

Douglas, John, plumber, Crow road 

Dowskel, David, weaver, 3 Christie street — house, 21 

Inkle street 
Drennan, James, salesman, 3 Russell street 
Drennan, James, of Robert Eadie & Co., 120 George 

street 
Drennan, Robert, painter, 30 Causeyside — house, 4 

Wardrop street — (See advertisement) 
Drennan, William, clerk at Young & Martin's,8 Buchanau 

terrace 
Drew, P. James, of M. Drew & Sons, Colinslee, Janefield 

place 
Drew, James, cowfeeder, 14 High street 
Drew, M. & (Sons, curled hair manufacturers, Colinslee 

Hair Works 
Drew, Robert P., of M. Drew «fe Sons, Colinslee, 29 

Causeyside 
Drew, M., of M. Drew & Sons, Collinslee Mansion house 
DREWETTE, JAMES, reporter, and publishing and 

advertising agent of " North British Daily Mail," and 

''Weekly Mail," 4 County place — house, Bishoptou 
DRUMMO^D, JOHN, brewer and spirit merchant, 

Irvine Brewery, 5 Christie street 
Drummond, T. G., clerk at William Fulton & Son's, The 

Lodge. Glenfield 
DRUMMOND, WILLIAM, clerk at Clydesdale Bank 
Drybrough, David L., Arkleston 
DKYBROUGH, JAMES, of Walker, Drybrough, & 

Co., Arkleston House 
DRYBROUGH, JAMES, Jun., of Walker, Drybrough, 

& Co., Arkleston House 
DUFF & MILLER, watch and clock makers, jewellers, 

electro-platers, &c , 20 High street 
Duff, Misses, 20 High street 
Dunbnr. John, cellarman at James Harvey & Co.'s, 2 

Saucel 
Duncan, Archibald, gardener to John Baird, Netherhill — 

house, 10 Gateside 
Duncan, Miss, 3 Blackball buildings 



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Duncan, Matthew, tailor and clothier, 15 Broomlands— = 

house, 2 West street 
Dnncaa, Mrs, 7 Wellmeadow 
Duncan, William L., wine and spirit merchant, 8 Mid 

lane 
Dunlop, Alexander, boot and shoe maker, 109 George st. 
Dunlop, David, shoemaker, 24 Wellmeadow 
DUNLOP, J. &. I., grocers, 97 Causeyside — house, 12 

Neilston street 
Dunlop, George, Caledonian Railway Carting Depart- 
ment — stables, St James street 
Dunlop, James, joiner,. Abercorn Joiner Works, 11 

Inkle street — house, 14 Thread street 
Dunlop, Miss, milliner, 42 Lady lane 
Dunlop, Rev. Robert, minister, Reformed Presbyterian 

Church, Storie Street — house, Ardgowan cottage, 

Blackhail 
Dunlop, Thomas, boot and shoemaker, 2 Broomlands — - 

house, 79 do. 
DUNN, JAMEiS HAMILTON, writer, School of Art 

buildings, Gilmour street —house, Woodend, Castle- 

head 
Duncanson, William, manager to A. & M. Pottie, 64 

Love street 
Duusmore, James, foreman, Glenfield Starch Works, 

Glenfield cottage, Castlehead 
Dunsmore, James, joiner, 4 West brae 

Eadie, Robert, & Co., ironmongers, 12 High street 

Eadie, John, Hill cottage, Calside 

Eadie, Mrs, grocer, 1 Green hill road 

Eadie, Peter, 4 Buchanan terrace 

Eadie, Peter, jun., agent for Club and Challenge Bicycles 
and Tricycles, 12 High street 

Eadie, Robert, Buchanan terrace 

EAGLKSIM, ROBERT, draper and clothier, and agent 
for "Anchor" Line of steamers, 3 High street — =• 
house, 12 Neilston street 

Earl, Thomas N., officer Storie street Reformed Presby- 
terian Church, 4 Stow place. 

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50 PAISLEY. 

Earl, Thomas, calenderer, 4 Stow place 
Easdale. John, dairy, 61 George street 
Ecklon, Robert, superintendent of Brodie Park — house 

Brodie Park Lodge 
Edmond, John, of Robert Edmond & Sons, 36 Causey- 
side 
Edmond, Robert, & Sons, washers and finishers, South 

Bridge Street 
Edmond, Robert, jun., of Robert Edmond & Sons, 15 

Lawn street 
Edmond, Robert, sen., of Robert Edmond & Sons, 36 

Causeyside. 
Edmonds, H. S., comnj^rcial traveller, Mossfield 
Edmonds, Robert, teller, National Bank of Scotland, 

Limited, and agent for the Accident Insurance 

Association of Scotland— house, Mossfield, Greenock 

Road 
Edmonds, William, of John Morgan & Co., Mossfield, 

Greenock Road 
Edwards, Edward, photographer, 7 Moss street- — house 

55 Maitland street, Glasgow. 
Egerton, Henry, foreman cutter, Cumberland shoe fac-- 

tory, 2 Calside place 
Elliot, Richard, slater, 5 John street 
Elder, Rev. Andrew, minister of George Street U.P, 

Church, Fernbank, Meikleriggs 
ELDER, WILLIAM, superintendent, Fountain Gardens, 

Love Street 
Emerson, John, green grocer and fruit merchant, 65 

Broomlands — house, Linside Nursery 
Equitable Co-operative Society, 9 Stock street 
Equitable Co-operative Society, Branch shop, 2 Bute 

place 
Erskine, Andrew, joiner and cabinetmaker, 2 Lady Une 

— house, 42 do. — (See advertisement) 
Erskine, James, feuar, 43 Causeyside^house, 42 do. 
Erskine, John, grocer, 10 Wilhamsburgh 
ESPEDAIR CHEMICAL CO., Gordon's lane 
EVENING TIMES (Glasgow) OFFICE, 16 Gilmour 

sU'eet— agent, Thomas Scott 



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EWING, H. E. CRUM, lateM.P. for Paisley— residence 

Castle Campbell, Helensburgh 
Ewing, Stewart, joiner^ 20 Lawn Street— house, 23 Niddry 

street 
Ewing, William, provision merchant, 87 Causeyside 

FATRLEY, JAMES, contractor, 8 Castle Street 
Fairlie, Archibald, head master George Street Central 

School — house, Wellbourne cottage, Meikleriggs 
Fairlie, Robert, spirit dealer, 9 Moss street 
Fairlie, Alexander, flesher 8 Castle street — house, 9 do. 
Falconer, Joseph A,, officer, Oakshaw Street U.P. Church 

4 Meeting House brae 
Farr, John W., clerk, Railway Goods Station, Greenlaw, 

86 High Street 
Farr, Thomas W., clerk to Isdale & M'Callum, 86 High 

street. 
Fechney, David, grocer, and wine and spirit merchant, 

107 George street — house, do. 
Fergus, James, 61 Storie street 
FERGUSON, ANGUS, glazier, painter, picture-frame 

maker, and gilder, blacking, polishing paste, and fur- 
niture polish manufacturer, 15 Causeyside— house, 

12 Stow street -(See advertisement) 
FERGUSON, ANDREW, lithographic printer, 1 Prussia 

street — house, 26 Well street 
Ferguson, John A., The Glenifier Soap Company, 6 Moray 

place, Regent's Park, Glasgow 
Ferguson, John, clerk, Chamberlain's office, Rock cottage, 

Mill street 
FERGUSON, JOHN, pawnbroker, 35 High street- 
house, do- 
Ferguson, Margaret, grocer and spirit dealer, 10 Storie 

street 
FERGUSON, MOSES, coal merchant, Western Coal 

Depot. King Street — house, 67 Canal street 
Ferguson, Mrs David, shirt dresser, and patent mangier 

of goods, 14 Inkle street 
Ferguson, Peter, of Fleming & Ferguson, engineers, &c., 

Tictoria terrace, Greenock road 



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Ferguson, William, grocer, 6 Moss street — house, 67 

Canal street 
Ferguson, William, grocer, 9 Max well ton street 
Ferguson, William C, at W. M'Arthur's, ironmonger — 

house, 8 Greorge street 
Ferguson, Robert, teacher, Stevenson Street Public School 

house, South Park, High Carriagehill 
Ferguson, Thomas, grocer, 69 Broomlands — house, 4 

John street 
Ferguson, William, joiner, 15 Causeyside — house, 8 

George street 
Fernie, Archibald, house and sign painter, and paper 

hanger, 6 St. James place — house, 6 Love street. 
Ferri, G,, ice cream manufacturer, 95 High street 
Ferrie, James, Beith carrier, at John Bell's, 12 Causey- 
side (on Tuesdays and Fridays) 
Ferrie, Robert, dyer 56 Love Street 
Ferrie, Robert, Barterholm House. 
Ferrie, Thomas, spirit merchant, 9 Smithhills 
Findlay, William, clerk, Railway Goods Department, 5 

Caledonia street 
Findlay, William, confectioner, 4 Mossvale lane 
Finlator, Samuel, clerk. Royal Bank, Royal Bank House, 

St. Mirren Street 
Finlator, William B., law apprentice at Young & Martin's 

Royal Bank House 
FINLATOR, THOMAS, agent for Royal Bank, Royal 

Bank House, St. Mirren Street 
Finlay, William, wine and spirit merchant, 15 Thread 

street — house, do. 
Finlayson, Alexander, carting contractor, Carriagehill — 

house, 32 Calside 
Finlayson, William, tailor, 58 Storie street 
FISHER & CO., St. Mirren Engine Works, smiths, 

machine and tool makers, Macdowall street — (see 

advertisement) 
Fisher, Andrew, Inspector of Weights and Measures for 

the Burgh, 81 New Sneddon 
FISHER, ANDREW, Jun., of Fisher & Co., 81 New 

Sneddon 



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FISHER, GEORGE, of Fisher & Co., 4 Russell street. 
Fisher, George, commission agent, 119 Virginia place, 

Glasgow — house, 38 New Street 
FISHER JOHN, accountant, house factor, and insurance 

agent, 5 John street — house, Craigielea — (See adver- 
tisement) 
Fisher, William, confectioner, 65 George street 
Fitch, John, barber, 11 Old Sneddon — house, 20 do. 
Fitch, Robert, hairdresser, 2 New street — house, 20 Old 

Sneddon 
Flanagan, James, broker, 30 New Sraithhills — house, 3 

do. 
FLEMING & FERGUSON, engineers and boilermakers, 

Phoenix Engine Works, Murray street 
Fleming, Andrew G. minister of the United Presbyterian 

Church, Thread Street — house, Gowanlea, Castle- 
head 
Fleming, Andrew, farmer, Fulwood 
Fleming, David, foreman at Chas. Smith & Go's — house, 

20 Wallace street 
FLEMING, DAVID, grocer, 20 Wallace street 
Fleming, George, letter-carrier, 6 Inkle street 
FLEMING, JAMES, plumber and gasfitter, 4 New 

street — house, 5^ Bridge street 
Fleming, James, grocer, 6 Smith street 
FLEMING, REV. JOHN, M.A., chaplain to H.M.'s 

Prison, 33 New Sneddon 
Fleming, W. Y., of Fleming & Ferguson, 7 Buchanan 

terrace, Greenock road 
Fletcher, Hugh, coal merchant, 5 Wardrop street 
Fletcher, J. C, coal merchant, 26 Cotton street 
Flett, Rev. Oliver, D.D., minister of Storie Street Baptist 

Church, Greenieholm, Calside 
Flihn, Mrs, dressmaker, 29 Ferguslie 
Flockhart, William, fish dealer, 5 Canal street 
Foote, Mrs, confectioner, 30 Back Sneddon 
Forbes, James T., of William Forbes & Son, Oakshaw- 

head 
Forbes, John, manager, London and Newcastle Tea Co. 

2 High street— house, 2 Inkle street 

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54 PAISLEY 

FORBES, WILLIAM, & SON, carpet aud rug manu- 
facturers, 21 and 22 Well street 

Ford, Joseph, missionary, 1 Parlt terrace, Underwood 

Forrest, Mrs James, draper, 26"Broomlands 

Forrest, Samuel, china merchant, 53 Broomlands 

Forrest, William, clerk, Greenlaw Goods Station, 7 
Abbey street 

Forrest, \Yilliara, chemist and albumen and manure 
manufacturer, Burnbank, Chain road 

Forrester, John, warehouseman at M. Whitehill & Co.'s, 
9 Wellmeadow 

FORRESTER, WILLIAM, draper and hatter, 1 Broom- 
lands —house, 20 Wellmeadow 

FORRESTER, WILLIAM, wine and spirit merchant, 
91 New Sneddon — house, 92 do. 

Forsyth, George, shoemaker, 69 High street 

Forsyth, John, grocer, 16 Storie street 

Forsyth, Robert, shoemaker, 2 Neilston road 

Forsyth, William, boot and shoemaker, 149 George st. 

Foster & Jarvie, wood merchants, 17 Niddry street 

Foster, R., of Foster & Jarvie — house, 9 Camphill place 

Foulds, Alexander, coal merchant, Caledonia depot — 
house, 10 Back Sneddon 

Foulds, Allan, clerk — house, 24 Lady lane 

Foulds, Andrew, jun., at Andrew Foulds & Son's, Sher- 
wood 

FOULDS, ANDREW, wine and spirit merchant, 162 
George street — residence, Sherwood 

FOULDS, ANDREW, & SON, wholesale wine and 
spirit merchants, 4 and 5 Abbey street 

FOULDS, ANDREW, of Andrew Foulds & Son, Sher- 
wood 

FOULDS, ANDREW, wine and spirit merchant, 88 
Hisfh street —residence, Sherwood 

Foulds, Robert, 4 Russell street 

Foulds, J. & J., brush, basket, and toy dealers, 8 Moss 
street — house, 66 Love street 

Foulds, Rodger, wine and spirit merchant, 29 Causeyside 

Foulds, William, cooper, 2 Storie street 

Foulds, William, 20 Caledonia street 



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FOULDS, WILLIAM, wine merchant, 4 School Wynd' 
24 George street, 20 Old Sneddon, and wine and 
spirit broker, Central Arcade, Hope street, Glasgow 
— residence, Milton House, Love street 

Fowlie, James F,, teacher and private tutor, Grammar 
School 

Frame, James, farmer, Alton, Glasgow road 

Frame, Samuel, farmer, Brownside, Barrhead road 

Fraser, A., at James Macduff's, 4 Bank street 

FRASER, DONALD, M.D., medical practioner, 3 Orr 
square 

Fraser, George, police constable, 5 Love street 

Fraser, John, sergeant and clerk, County Police Office—' 
house, 6 Miller street 

FRASER, J. ROY, organist Middle Parish Clmrch, 
teacher of music, pianoforte and music warehouse, 
Terrace Buildings, 109 High street — (see advertise- 
ment) — house, Newfield, Johnstone 

Fraser, Mrs, ladies' outfitter, 9 Orr square 

Fraser, Thomas, contractor, Harbour lane — house, 11 
New Sneddon 

FRASER, THOMAS, spirit merchant, 1 1 New Sneddon— 
house, do. 

FREEBAIRN, MARTHA, milliner and mantle maker, 
7 Broomlands — house, 10 George street 

French, John, parcel agent, Gilmour Street Station — 
house, 28 St, James street 

FULLERTON, ALEXANDER, of Fullerton, Hodgart, 
& Barclay, Crossflat House 

Fullerton. Alexander, jun., Crossflat House 

FULLERTON, HODGART, & BARCLAY, engineers, 
ironfounders, boiler makers, millwrights, and machine 
makers, " Vulcan Foundry and Engine Works," 
Renfrew road 

FULLERTON, JOHN, & CO., iron and composite ship- 
builders, Merks worth shipbuilding yard, Inchinnan 
road 

FULLERTON, JOHN, of John 1 ullerton & Co., 
Merksworth House, Inchinnan road 

Fulton, James, of William Fulton & Sons, Glenfield 



56 t*AIStTiY. 

Fulton, Agnes, teacher of music and singing, 10 Old 
Smithhills 

Fulton, John, grocer, 73 Broomlands 

Fulton, John, clerk, 4 Albion street 

Fulton, Joseph, of William F niton & Sons, Glenfield 

Fulton, Misses, milliners, 2 Smithhills— house, 66 Love st. 

Fulton, Mrs china merchant, 20 Lawn street 

FULTON, MRS JAMES, ham curer, 9 Moss street- 
house, 56 Love street 

Fulton, Peter, china merchant, 2 Canal street 

Fulton, Miss, dairy, 3 George street 

Fulton, Peter, officer of Free South Church, 2 Stow place 

Fulton, Robert, feuar, 10 Old Smithhills 

Fulton, William, of WiUiam Fulton & Sons, Glenfield 

FULTON, WILLIAM, & SONS, dyers and finishers, 
Glenfield — ^letters and parcels left with Miss Kelly, 
24 Causeyside 

Fulton, Thomas C, teacher, Grammar School, 10 Old 
Smithhills 

Fyffe, John, cowfeeder, 22 Canal street 

GALBRAITH, CHARLES, boot and shoemaker, 17 
Gauze street — house, 1 Garthland street 

Galbraith, John, baker, 22 Wellmeadow street 

Galbraith, Miss, 32 Oakshaw street 

Galbraith, William, clerk, Commissary Clerk's Office, 
Grahamston, Barrhead 

Galbraith, William, grocer and provision merchant, 2 
Lawn street, Paisley, and 15 Bridge street, Lin wood 
— house, 15 Bridge street, fjinwood 

Galbreath, Brothers, chemists and druggists, 92 Causey- 
side 

Galbreath, James L., of Galbreath Brothers, 1 Gaure 
street 

Galbreath, Robert B., of Galbreath Brothers, 1 Gauze 
street 

Galletly, David, cutter at Robertson & M'Gibbon's — 
house, Park terrace, Underwood road 

Galloway, William, contractor, 18 Storie street 

Gait, Misses, 23 Well street 



i*AiSLEY. 57 

GALT, JOHN, bricklayer and brickbuilder — brickworks, 

NethercoramoQ — yard, 16 Abbey close — house, 1 

Underwood lane 
Gait, William, & Son, chimney sweeps, 35 St. James st. 
Gait, William, Sneddon Foundry, 3 Russell street 
Ganson, William, .Militia Staff Sergeant, 2 Williamsburgh 
Gardiner, Alexander, accountant, British Linen Co.'s 

Bank, and agent for the Lancashire Insurance Co.^ 

3 Caledonia street 
Gardner, Alexander, printer, bookseller, and stationei^ 

3 Moss street — printing office, 9 do. — house, Dunrod 

East Greenlaw 
Gardner, John, slater — yard, Stow street — oMce, 82 

Causey side — house, 121 George Street 
Gardiner, x4.1exander, jun., clerk at Speirs & Gibb's, 3 

Caledonia street 
GARDNER, J. N. & J., Writers, S County place, agents 

for the Lancashire Insurance Co., and Scottish Union 

and National Insurance Co. 
Gardner, James, farmer, South Hillington, off Glasgow 

road 
Gardner, James, farmer. Boghead 

Gardner, James, joiner and cabinetmaker, 2 Inkle street 
GARDNER, JAMES, writer, of J. N. & J. Gardner, 

secretary and treasurer to the John Neilson Educa- 
tional Institution, 22 St. James street 
GARDNER, JOHN S., clothier, 6 Wellmeadow 
GARDNER, JOHN NEILSON, writer, of J. N. & J. 

Gardner, Nethercommon House 
Gardner, Mrs Ann, toy shop, 42 Moss street — house, 103 

High street 
Gardner, Mrs Robert, cowfeeder, Tannahill place, 

Greenock road 
Gardner, Mrs D., 33 Gauze street 
Gardner, Robert, farmer, Candren, Blackstoun road 
Gardner, R. W., American factor and merchant, 14 

Abbey street 
Gardner, Mrs Alexander, sen., Greenhill cottage 
GARDNER, WILLIAM, of Logan & Gardner, Th 
Elms, Castlehead 



58 PATSLEf; 

Gas Company Office, 23 Moss street 

Gemmell, Henry, confectioner, 16 Wallace street 

Gemmell, James, spirit merchant, 69 George street — »■ 
house, 14 Sandholes 

Gemmell^ Malcolm, watchmaker and jeweller, 5 Well- 
meadow 

Gemmell, Matthew, cowfeeder, 13 Cotton street 

Gemmell, Matthew, wine and spirit merchant, 1 4 Broom - 
lands 

Gemmell, Robert, clerk, Cowan & Co., Greenlaw Goods 
Station— house, 6 Clark's building's. Underwood 

Gemmell, William, master tailor. Kibble Reformatory, 
Q6 Back Sneddon 

Gentles, Rev. Thomas, A.M., First Charge Abbey 
Church, Abbey Manse 

Gibb, Andrew D., of Speirs & Gibb, Norland, Greenock 
road 

Gibb, John, draper, hosier, glover, and smallware mer- 
chant, 25 and 26 High street — -house, 26 do. 

GIBB, THOMAS, wholesale and retail glass and china 
merchant, 39 New street 

Gibb, Matthew, cowfeeder, 1 Lylesland 

Gibb, Thomas, house factor, and officer High Church, 39 
New street 

Gibb, Thomas, lithographer. Abbey Mills, Abbey close— 
house, 15 Thread street — (See advertisement) 

Gibson, Allan, feuar, 25 Lady lane 

Gibson, Alexander M., law clerk, Argyle street, Lady lane 

Gibson, Andrew, baker and soiree purveyor, 98 High 
street — house, do. — (See advertisement) 

Gibson, Brothers, & Co., embroiderers and curtain manu- 
facturers, 155 George street 

GIBSON, COWAN, & SON, manufacturers, 6 Causey- 
side 

Gibson, Cowan, of Cowan Gibson & Son, 6 South Orr 
street 

Gibson, Cowan, jun., of Cowan Gibson & Son, 6 South 
Orr street 

Gibson, Hugh, salesman, Paisley Clothing Company, 15 
Lady lane 



PAISLEY. 59 

GIBSON, JAMES, engineer and ship furnisher, Cartha 
Works, New Smithhills — house, 4 Buchanan terrace 
— (See advertisement) 
GIBSON, J. H., of Hatchard & Gibson, 36 New Sneddon 
Gibson, John, letter carrier, 7 Castle street 
GIBSON, JOHN, jun., traveller for Cumberland Shoe 

Factory, 19 Storie street . 
GIBSON, JOHN, wholesale shoe manufacturer, Cumber^ 

land place — house, 19 Storie street 
Gibson, Robert, warehouseman at Charles Smith & Co.'s, 

15 Lawn street 
Gibson, Robert, provision merchant, 22 Cp-useyside 
Gibson, William, book-keeper to pandas S. Porteous, 15 

Lawn street 
GIBSON, WILLIAM, of Cowan Gibson & Son, 19 

Storie street 
GIBSON, WILLIAM, spirit merchant, 16 Lawn street 

— house, 4 Garthland street 
GIBSON, WILLIAM, 42 Oakshaw street 
Giffen, James, president, Trades' Council, 5 Mill street 
Gilchrist, John, at Clark & Co.'s, Woodbank, Crow road 
GILCHRIST, ROBERT, plumber and gasfitter, 3 Lawn 

street — house, 30 Cameron street 
GILCHRIST, ROBERT, general draper, 5 Moss street 

— house, 8 Lljgh street 
Gilchrist, Robert, spirit merchant, 10 George street 
Gilchrist, Thomas, cashier, Daily Express- — house, 11 

Barclay street 
. Gilchrist, William, confectioner and stationer, 30 St, 

James street 
GILDAWIE, JOHN,- superintendent of county police, 

17 Moss street 
Gillies, Duncan, jobbing gardener, 20 Williamsburgh 
GILLESPIE, DONALD, grocer and provision merchant, 

15 Moss street and S6 Lligh street — house, 77 New 

Sneddon 
GILLESPIE, JAMES, & SONS, slaters, 84 New Sned- 

don and Carlile lane — house, 81 New Sneddon 
Gillespie, John H., SI New Sneddon 
Gillespie, John, valuator, 82 New Sneddon 



60 PAISLEY. 

GILLESPIE, JOHN, of William Gillespie &Son,Greeu- 
bank, 76 New Sneddon 

GILLESPIE, WILLL^M, & SON, slaters, and slate and 
cement merchants, 16 and 82 New Sneddon 

Gilmour, Allan, baker, 144 George street 

Gilmour, Andrew, refreshment rooms, 84 Cau&eyside 

Gilmour, Andrew^ farmer, -Hollybush 

GILMOUR, DAVID, merchant and agent, 5 Causeyside 
— house, Moorburn, Kilmalcolm 

Gilmour, James, carter and contractor, 38 Thread street 

Gilmour, James, commission agent, 21 Caledonia street 

Gilmour, John, farmer, Fulbar 

GILMOUR, JOHN, grocer, spirit retailer, and general 
bottler, 20 Moss street — -house, do — (See advertise- 
ment) 

Gilmour, Matthew, farmer, Town of Inchinnan 

Gilmour, Matthew, smith, 35 Glen street 

Gilmour, Neil, sergeant of county police, 5 Glen street 

Gilmour, Thomas, & Co., yarn merchants, Cumberland 
court, Causeyside 

G-ilmour, Thomas, flesher, 42 Stock street— house, do. 

Gilmour, William, of Thomas Gilmour & Co., 6 Garth- 
land street 

Gilmour, William, commission agent, 24-26 St, Vincent 
place, Glasgow — house, Moorburn, Kilmalcolm 

Gilroy, Janet, confectioner, 9 Lylesland 

Girvan, James, tailor and clothier, 6 Moss street 

Gladstone, John, grocer. 39 Maxwellton 

GLASGOW, CHARLES, coachbuilder, painter, and 
decorator, 4 Gauze street— coach works, 18 Mill 
street — house, 4 Gauze street — (See advertisement) 

•'' GLASGOW HERALD " (Daily and Weekly) [iranch 
Office, 16 Gilmour street — Thomas Scott, reporter 
and agent 

GLASS, DAVID, M.A., teacher of writing and mathe- 
matics, Grr.mmar School and Academy, 29 Pligh st. 

GLASS, JAMES, grocer, 2 Broomlands — house, do. 

Glass ford, Andrew, salesman at Adam Cunningham's, 

wine and spirit merchant, 2 Mary street 
Glassford, John, carpet pattern designer, 8 Hamilton st. 



PAISLEY. 61 

GLAgSFORD, MRS DAVID, bookseller and stationer, 

31 Grauze street 
Glegsr, William Frederick George, apprentice to Jas. 

Caldwell & Muir, Milliken, by Johnstone 
Glen, Allan, tailor, 138 George street — house, 88 Canal 

street 
Glen, Allan, tailor, 9 Stow place — house, do. 
Glen, Mrs, 33 Oakshaw street 
Glen, Robert, tailor and clothier, 89 High street 
Glen, Robert, tailor, 81 Causevside — house, 3 Orr street 
GLEN", THOMAS, Thornhill House, near Thorn 
Glen, William, tailor and clothier, 9 Moss st. — house, do. 
GLENFIKLD STARCH WORKS, Maxwellton 
Glover, Hugh, house proprietor, 57 Canal street 
GLOVER, JAMES & -CO., shippers and forwarding 

agents, 66 Back Sneddon 
Glover, John, salesman at Wm. Cochran's, 7 St. Mirren 

street — bouse 2 Inkle street 
Glover, M. & M., milliners, 44 Moss street- — house, 2 

Inkle street 
GLOVER, THOMAS, piiuter and stationer, 11 Moss 

street (opposite County place) — house, 14 Wardrop 

street 
Glover, William, ironmonger, plumber, tinsmith, and 

gasfitter, 19 High sfreet — house, 3 Inkle street 
GOLD, Dx\NlEL, joiner, 28 Gordon's lane 
Golder, William Mrs, wine and spirit merchant, 19 

Causey side 
Goldie, John, tailor and clothier, 60 High street 
GOODLET, THOMAS, 39 Wellnieadow 
GOOLD, JAMES, clothier, 47 Moss street— house, 43 

High street 
Goold, William, baker, 22 Sandholes — house, 8 Under- 
wood 
Goold, William, feuar, 43 High street 
GORDON, G. & J., funeral undertakers, 42 New street 

— house, do. — (See advertisement) 
GORDON, JOHN, builder and sculptor, 23 Broomlands 

(opposite Cemetery gate) — house, 23 do. — (See 

advertisement) 

F 



62 PAISLEY. 

Gordon, Mary, dressmaker, 4 Orchard street 

GOUDIE, HUMPHREY, coach hirer, 3 King street- 
house, 2 do, 

GOUDIE, JAMES, bookseller, stationer, and news 
agent, 24 High street — house, do. 

G-oudie, James, jua., at Jas. Caldwell & Muir's, 24 High 
street 

GOUDIE, JOHN, baker, 18 Broomlands— house, 6 
Wellmeadow 

GOUDIE, ROBERT, cooper, Macdowall street— house, 
do. 

Goudie, William, cooper, 49 High street 

Goudie, William, flesher, 21 Gauxe street — house, 12 
Williarasburgh 

Goudie, William, traveller, 69 .Canal street 

Gourlay, William, police constable, 42 Stock street 

Gourley, Robert, spirit merchant, 1 Carriagehill 

GRAHAM, A. FORREST, at Saucel Brewery, Rosehill 
Cottage, Calside 

Graham, Alexander, brewer, of Saucel Brewery Company, 

8 Saucel 
-Graham, Angus, cowfeeder, 19 New Smithhills 

Graham, Daniel, baker, 7 Old Sneddon 

Graham, Edward, officer of Episcopalian Chapel, 2 Love 
street 

Graham, James, clothier, 35 New Sneddon 

Gl^AHAM, JAMES, grocer, 70 Love street — house, 28 
George street 

Graham, James, treasurer, Clyde Navigation, 16 Robert- 
son street, Glasgow— residence, Dundaff, Riccarts- 

bar 
Graham, John, cowfeeder, 7 Old Smithhills 
Graham, Mrs, Oakbank, 43^ Oakshaw street 
Graham, Mrs Jane, grocer, 72 Canal street 
Graham, Robert, of T. & R. Graham, 12 Abbey street 
GRAHAM, T. & R., lithographers by steam powers, 4 

Bridge street 
Graham," Thomas, of T. & R. Graham, Duntrune, 

Meikleriggs 
GRAHAM, THOMAS, M.D., 3 Garthland place^ 



PAISLEY. 63 

Grandison, James L., engineer, ironmonger, mill furnisher, 
and general brass founder, 3 Cause.yside^— house, 
Rosebank, Calside 

GRANT, JOHN, superintendent, Kibble Reformatory, 
Greenock road 

Gray, Charles, turner, 23 New Sneddoil 

Gray, David, of John M'Naif & Co., 22 Gauze street 

Gray, James', foreman at Robert Kerr & Sons — house, 27 
Carriagehill 

GRAY, JAMES, plumber, gasfitter, and bellhanger, 53 
High street — house, 13 Barclay street— ^(See adver- 
tisement) 

Gray, Mrs James, cowfeeder, 1 Dovesland 

Gray, John, manufacturer, 113 Causeyside — ^house, 28 
George street 

Gray, John, warehouseman, 27 Livingstone build- 
ings 

Gray, Miss Margaret, fruiterer and confectioner, GQ 
Causeyside 

Gray, T. A., Maybole boot shop, 16 Moss street 

Grav, Mrs William, 72 Canal street 

GREEN, JAMES, & SONS, cartwright, lorry, van and 
machine builders. Mill street — -house, 5 Thread street 

GREEN, ROBERT, sanitary inspector, inspector of 
cleansing, and surveyor of drainage^office, 4 Moss 
street ; house, 65 Love street 

Greenlees, Jane, confectioner, &c., 10 Old Sneddon 

Greenlees, John, of Matthew Greenlees & Son, Greenside, 
Calside 

Greenlees, John, of Thomas Greenlees & Co., Coryville, 
Calside 

Greenlees, Matthew & Son, manufacturers, 7 and 8 
Forbes place 

Greenlees, Matthew, of Matthew Greenlees & Son, Green- 
side, Calside 

Greenlees, Robert, Park place, Calside 

GREENLEES, THOMAS, & Co., silk yarn, and cloth 
merchants, 13 Causeyside 

Greenlees, Thomas, jun,, 22 Montrose street, Glasgow — ■ 
house, Castlehead 



64 PAISLEY^ 

Greenlees, Thomas, of Thomas Greenlees & Co., Cory- 

ville, Calside 
Gregorson, William, & Co., spindle and flyer manufac- 
turers, 5 1 High street 
Grierson, John, clerk, Goods Ptation 
GRIBBEN, JOHN C, linen merchant, 42 Wellmeadow 

— house, do. 
Gribben, John C, teacher of the blind, 42 -Wellmeadow 
Grice, Mrs Agnes, grocer and spirit merchant, 4 Neilston 

road 
Grieve, Miss Jane, milliner, 3 Buchanan terrace 
Grieve, Robert, market gardener, 31 Carriagehill 
Grieve, Robert, 70 Love street 
Guardian Fire and Life Assurance Co., 10 West Croft 

— aaent, J. W. Robertson 
GUILLEAUME, PETER, agent, National Bank of 

Scotland (Limited), National Bank House, St Mirrea 

street 
Guthrie, Miss, 7 Gauze street 
Guthrie, E. & E., drapers, 67 Broomlands 
Guthrie, Misses, milliners, 2 Gilmour street 
Guthrie, Mungo, working jeweller, 1 Old Smithhills 
Guthrie, Robert & Co., shawl manufacturers, 108 

Causeyside 
Guthrie, Robert, of Robert Guthrie & Co., Fairy Knowe^ 

Calside 



HAGARTY, JOSEPH, hair-dresser, 3 New street-— 

house, do. 
Haggarty, William, broker and shoemaker, 41 New street 
Hair, James, 70 Canal street 

Hair, Hugh, inspector of railways, 4 Christie street 
Hair, John, grocer and provision merchant, 24 New 

street — house, 5 Stirling street 
HAIR, WILLIAM, grocer and provision merchant, 23 

Gauze street — house, 4 Christie street 
Halbert, William, mill manager, 70 New Sneddon 
HALDANE, T FREL., of Campbell & Co., Craigten- 

lea, Bishopton 



PAISLEY. 65 

HALDANE, ROBERT, Rosemount Villas, Kelvinside 

Gardens, Glasgow 
Halden & Co., manufacturers, 111 Causeyside 
Halden, Alexander, traveller, 11 St. James place 
Halden, Archibald, Helena Villa, G-reenock road 
HALDEf^ FRANCIS, manufacturer, 2 Causeyside — 

house, Sunnyside 
Halden, George, at Master of Works office — house, 

Sunnyside 
Halden, Thomas, of Halden & Co., Primrose cottage, 

High Carriagehill 
Hall, Elizabeth, & Co., drapers, 12 St. James place*— 

house, 11 Abercorn street 
Halliday, John, cowfeeder, 18 Queen street 
Halt, H., ladies' hatter, 89 High street 
HAMILTON, ADAM, & SONS, muslin bleachers and 

dyers, Blackland Mill 
Hamilton, Alexander, draper, 16 Wellmeadow 
Hamilton, A., cowfeeder, 21 Orchard street 
HAMILTON, DAVID, teacher, Neilston Institution, 

Bellevue, Meikleriggs 
Hamilton, David, British Workman Public House, 

Broomlands — house, 53 do. 
HAMILTON, GEORGE, of Adam Hamilton & Sons- 
residence, Blackland 
Hamilton, George, baker, 6 Hospital lane — house, 35 

Glen street 
Hamilton, George, jun., at Adam Hamilton & Son's, 

Blackland 
HAMILTON, HUGH, teacher of English and French, 

private Academy, 4 Bank street 
Hamilton, James, of Bonnar & Hamilton, 6 Stow street 
Hamilton, James, cowfeeder, 62 Causeyside 
Hamilton, James, tailor, 7 Stow street 
Hamilton, James, at J. M. Symington's, 8 Underwood 

road 
Hamilton, James, commercial traveller, Netherpark, 

Calside 
HAMILTON, MRS ANN, wine and spirit merchant, 

65 Love street 

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66 PAISLEY. 

HAMILTON, JOHN, embroiderer of all kinds of fancy 
goods, blockcutter, and printer, 4 Cumberland 
court, 110 Causeyside — house, 26 G-eorge street 
Hamilton, Miss, 26 George street 
Hamilton, Mrs James, baker, 4 Old Smitlihills 
Hamilton, Robert, clerk, Greenlaw Goods Station, 

Elderslie 
Hamilton, Robert, baker, 55 Causeyside 
Hamilton, Thomas, baker, 31 Orchard street 
Hamilton, Thomas, 26 George street 
Hamilton, William, tobacconist, 84 Broomlands 
Hamilton, William, clerk, National Savings Bank, 6 Stow 

street 
HANNA, DONALD, & WILSON, engineers, bolt and 

rivet manufacturers, Atlas Works, 21 Back Sneddon 
HANNA. DONALD, & WILSON, engineers, Abbey 

Works, 8 Old Smithhills 
HANNAH, J., chemist and druggist, 63 Causeyside — 

house, 119 North Montrose street, Glasgow 
Hannah, Miss, 4 Garthland street 
Hannah, Mrs, Crossflat Lodge 
Hannah, Mrs, 1 St. James street 
HARAN, NEIL GILMuUR, ironmonger, plumber, gas- 

fitter, and zinc worker, 102 Causeyside — workshop, 

28 New street — house, 29 do. — (See advertisement) 
Hardie, J. & M., milliners, dress and mantle makers, 30 

High street — house, St. George's place 
HARDIE, M. N., jeweller, 28 Wellmeadow 
Harding, Samuel, Primitive Methodist Minister, 7 Orr 

street 
Harkness, John, sheriff and town officer, 14 High street 
HARLEY, JOHN M., manager at Messrs Brown & 

Poisons — house, Falside cottage 
Harper & Jack, hosiers and finishers, 102 Causeyside 
Harper, A. & D,, builders and monumental sculptors, 2 

Maxwellton street 
Harper, Archibald, of A, & D. Harper — house, 4 Max- 
wellton street 
Harper, David, of A. & D. Harper — house, 26 Newton 

street 



PAISLEY. 67 

Harper, Hugh, of Jaraes Wood & Co., coal inerchaiits — > 

house, 20 Storie street 
Harper, John, wine and spirit merchant, 95 Oaaseyside 
Harper, Miss, of Harper & Jack, 102 Causeyside 
Harper, William, manufacturer, 6 kSmith street 
HARRIS, ALEXANDER, of R. & A. Harris, Camp^ 

hill 
HARRIS, R. & A., watchmakers, jewellers, and opticians, 

9 High street (Cross) 
HARRIS, ROBERT, of R, & A. Harris, Greenlaw 

drive 
Harris William, watchmaker and jeweller, 19 High 

street — house, do. 
Hart, Alexander, house factor, 1 Hamilton street 
Hart, Alexander, 33 New Sneddon 
HART, ARCHIBALD, wine and spirit merchant, 3 St. 

James street — house, 5 do. 
Hart, Catherine, dressmaker, 18 Barclay street 
HART, GEORGE, writer. Notary Public, and Burgh 

Fiscal, 5 County place — house, Deanside, Crow road 
Hart, Mrs Mary, wine and spirit merchant, 62 High 

street — house, 4 Wellmeadow 
Hart, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 85 Causey- 
side 
HART, THOMAS, family grocer, &o., and agent for W. 

& A. Gilbey, wine importers and distillers, London, 

6 George street — house, 4 Wellmeadow 
Harvey, John, cashier at Adam Hamilton & Sous', 

Blackland Mill — house. 10 Stevenson street 
HARVEY, GEORGE, Caledonian Railway— chief offices, 

302 Buchanan street, Glasgow — house, 8 Buchanan 

terrace, Paisley 
HARVEY, JAMES, & CO., wine and spirit merchants, 

2 King street, Saucel 
Harvey, John D., 8 Buchanan terrace 
Harvey, Mary, 8 Buchanan terrace 
Harvey, Mrs A. Wilson, 8 Buchanan terrace 
Harvey, William, grocer, 13 Carriagehill 
HARVhYS & Co., general grocers and wine merchants, 

136 George street — house, 137 do. 



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PAISLEY. 



Hastings, William, spirit merchant, 54 Storie street 

house, 14 do. 

HATCHARD, JAMES, of Hatchard & Gibson, Park 
terrace. Underwood 

HATCHARD & GIBSON, tailors and clothiers, 18 Moss 
street 

HATRICK, ALEXANDER, smith, bellhanger, and 
ironmonger, 30 Old Sneddon — house, do 

Hatrick, Alexander, blacksmith, 8 Broomlands — house 
30 Old Sneddon 

HATRICK, JOHN B., of William Hatrick & Sons, 
Springfield, Roseneath 

Hatrick, John, smith and bellhanger, 93 Causeyside 

Hatrick, William, & Son, pharmaceutical chemists and 
wholesale and retail druggists, Coffee Room Build- 
ings, 18 Gilmour street 

HATRICK, R. R., of William Hatrick & Sons, Barrochan 
House, Pollokshields 

HAY, JAMES, of Robert Hay & Son, and agent for the 
Caledonian Insurance Office and County Fire Office, 
10 High street — house, Barshaw cottage, Arkleston 
road 

HAY, ROBERT, & SON, stationers, ' account-book 
makers, lithographers, engravers, printers, and 
manufacturers of design or point paper, 10 High 
street — (See advertisement) 

Hay, William J., bookeeper with Fleming & Ferguson 

house, 1 Cleopatra buildings, Springbank road 

HAY, JAMES, sesiion-clerk of the Low Parish, 10 High 
street 

Hay, William, causeway er, road maker, and contractor, 9 
Cotton street 

Hayes, Charles, School of Art — house, 5 Greenhill road 

Hayes, John, musician, 5 Mossvale lane 

HECTOR, MATTHEW, & CO., coal merchants, Under- 
wood depot, head of St. James street — (See adver- 
tisement) 

HECTOR, MATTHEW, of Matthew Hector & Co., 25 
Glen street 

Heiton, John, 140 George street 



PAISLEt. 69 

Hegney, Miss J. M,, druggist, 9 St. James place 
Henderson, Allan, gardener to Stewart Clark, Kilnside 
Henderson, Charles, clerk of works, 1 Maxwell street 
Henderson, D. A., clerk, Union Bank of Scotland-— 

house, 2 Mansfield place 
Henderson, D. R., clerk, Commercial Bank of Scotland 

— house, Castlehead 
Henderson, H. D., at J. & P. Coats — house, 45 Eglinton 

street, Glasgow 
Henderson, John, flesher, Springbank road — house, 65 

Broomlands 
Henderson, Matthew S., cabinetmaker, 37 Wellraeadow— 

house, 23 Castle street 
Henderson, Miss C. T., teacher, Dickson School — house, 

1 Maxwell street 
Henderson, Mrs, toys and confections, 12 Gauze street 
Henderson, Rev. Andrew, minister of Abbey Close U.P. 

Church, Ashgrove, Castlehead 
Henderson, Robert, insurance agent and secretary Provi- 
dent Co-operative Society, 23 Castle street 
Henderson, R. J., bandmaster, Royal Renfrew Militia, 20 

Gladstone street, off New City road, Glasgow 
HENDRIE, BERNARD, spirit merchant, 5 St. Mirren 

street — house, 3 George street 
Hendry, James, clerk, at Justice of Peace Clerk's Office, 

Buchanan terrace, Greenock road 
HENDRY, JAMES, grocer, 62 Causeyside 
Hendry, James, farmer, Thornly Park 
Hendry, John, grocer, 3 Underwood road 
Hendry, Charles, beamer, 6 Stock street 
Hendry, Miss, S. C, ladies' and children's outfitter, 16 

High street 
Henry, William, teacher of the blind, 9 Orr square 
HENRY & GALT, iron founders, Sneddon foundry 
Henry, Thomas, of Henry & Gait, 5 Renfrew street 
HERALD ( FFICE, PAISLEY, 10 Moss street 
Herd, Robert, grocer, 18 Stock street 
Herd, Mrs Robert, wholesale confectioner, 1 Inkle street 
Higgens, Michael, fruiterer and confectioner, 11 Cross 

street 



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PAISLEY. 



Higgens, David, yardsmaii, Caledonian Railway, Paisley 

Mineral Depot— house, Railway cottage, Murray 

street 
Highgate, John & Co., timber merchants, Caledouia 

Sawmills, Murray street 
tlighgate, John, of John Highgate & Co., 1 Buchanan 

terrace 

Highgate, H.Gr., of John Highgate & Co.^ 1 Buchanan 

terrace 
Hill, James H., of James Carlile, Sods, & Co., 13 Carlile 

place 
Hill, John, grocer and provision merchant, 102 George 

street 
Hill, Miss, fruiterer, 30 High street — house, 59 do. 
Hill, R. L., goldsmith and watchmaker, 8 High street 

cross — house, Anna Yilla, Greenock road 
Hill, Thomas, clerk and traveller to Messrs Ramsay Bros. 

— housBj 100 George street 
Hill, Mrs Thomas, milliiier and dressma.kerj 100 George 

street 
HILL, WILLIAM, assurance superintendent, Garthland 

House, Garthland Street 
Hill, William, Tannahill place 
Hill, Thomas, furnisher, 100 George street 
Hillcoat, Anthony, wine and spirit merchant, 4 St. Mirren 

street — house, Newton, Renfrew 
Hillcoat, Daniel, brickburner for Thomas M'Kaig, 28 

Love street 
Hillcoat, Robert, brickmaker and builder, Westmarch— 

house, do. 
Hillcoat, Thomas, Tannahill place, Greenock road 
Hindle, Robert, pedestrian, fi'uits and confections, 8 

Mossvale street 
HISLOP, GEORGE R,, engineer and manager of Gas 

Works — house at Gas Works, Blackstoun road 
HODGART & ANDERSON, writers, 97 High street 
HODGART, JOHN, of Hodgart & Anderson, Calaba 

House, Milliken Park 
Hodgart, John, of Fullerton, Hodgart, & Barclay, Linns- 
burn House, Renfrew road 



PAISLEY. 71 

Hodgart, Matthew, of Fullerton, Hodgart, & Barclay, 
Renfrew road 

Hodge, Miss, 20 High street 

Hodge, Thomas, accountant and stockbroker, 22 Renfield 
street, Glasgow — house, Carriagehill drive 

Hoeck, Louis, pianoforte and music warehouse, 86 High 
street — house, do. 

Hoeck, Louis Gr., clerk to M'Innes, Mackenzie, & Loch- 
head, Cumberland street, Glasgow 

Hoeck, William T,, teacher of music, organist and choir= 
master Queen's Park U.P. Church, Glasgow- — house, 
86 High street 

Hogg & Johnston, silk, cotton, and wool dyers, Cartvale 
Dye works 

Hogg, Walter, of Hogg & Johnston, 60 New Sneddon 

Hogg, John, clerk, Commissary Clerk's Office, 15 Barclay 
street 

Hogg, Archibald, Seedhill Finishing Company, 15 Barclay 
street 

Hogg, Walter, dyer, Newton street — house, 26 George 
street 

Hollis, John, engineer, 2 Christie street 

Holms, Alex., of Holms & Co-, Low Barholra, Kilbarchan 

Holmes & Co , manufacturers, 3 Forbes place 

Holmes, George, farmer and market gardener, Mossvale, 
Greenock road 

Holmes, John, treasurer of the Co-operative Manufac- 
turing Society (Limited) — house, 5 Barclay street 

Holmes, William, clerk, Caledonian Railway Department, 
3 Barclay street 

Holmes, William, grocer, 6 Blackwood's Buildings, Un- 
derwood road 

Holms, John, treasurer, Paisley Co-operative Manufac- 
turing Society, 3 Barclay Street 

Holms, Archibald Campbell, West Sandyford, Renfrew 
road 

HOLVIS, JOFIN, M.B.C.M., M,D., 21 Wellmeadow— ■ 
house, 54 High street 

HOLMS, WILLIAM, Member of Parliament for Pais- 
ley, Drumsheugh Gardens, Edinburgh 



72 PAISLEY. 

Holms, Mrs William, Brabloch, Renfrew road 

Holms, William, cowfeeder, 15 Back Sneddon 

Holt, Mrs H., straw hat manufacturer, 89 High street — 
(See advertisement) 

Hood, Miss, furnished lodgings, 34 Moss street 

Hood, Thomas, grocer, 17 Lawn street — house, 16 do. 

Hood, William, flesher, 15 Lawn street 

Hosie Brothers, serated water manufacturers, 3 George 
street 

Hosie, John, of Hosie Brothers, 2 Orr street 

Hosie, William, of Hosie Brothers, 5 Stow street 

Hosie, John, grocer, 86 Causeyside — house, 2 Orr street 

HOUSE OF REFUGE FOR FEMALES (washing and 
dressing). Stow place — (See advertisement) 

Hourston, David, draper, 9S High street — house, Camp- 
hill 

Houston, Archibald, farmer, Walkinshaw 

HOUSTON, CAMPBELL, of Robin & Houston, En. 
drick bank, Bellahouston hill, Govan 

Houston, Gavin, joiner and cartwright, Maxwellton Saw 
Mills, 5 Maxwellton street 

HOUSTON, JAMES, of Robin & Houston, Hope Villa, 
Bellahouston, Govan 

Houston, James (Houston & Son), 10 Walls street, Glas- 
gow— residence. Wester Walkinshaw, near Paisley 

Houston, James, clerk to James Keay, 19 George street 

Houston, John, boot and shoemaker, 15 Old Smithhills — 
house, 1 Cameron street 

Houston Matthew, waste dealer and china merchant, 19^ 
George street 

HOUSTON, ROBERT, drysalter, 28 Cochrane street,' 
Glasgow — house, 7 Neilston street, Paisley 

Houston, William P., veterinary surgeon. Glen lane — 
house, Meadowbank Villa, Greenock road 

HOUSTON, WILLIAM, weaver, and secretary Ornitho- 
logical Society, West street 

Houston, Mrs Walter Lamond, 28 George street 

Howat, Robert, grocer and provision merchant, 70 High 
street 

Huwie, John, of Reid & Howie, 13 Causeyside 



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Hubbert, James, barrack-sergeant, Barracks, Williams- 
burgh 

Hunter, Alexander, chandler, 2 Cleopatra buildings, 
Springbank road 

Hunter, James, cabinetmaker and upholsterer, 32 High 
street — house, do. 

Hunter, James, grocer, 67 George street 

Hunter, John Baird, M.D , physician and surgeon, S 
Smithhills — house, 31 St. James street 

HUNTER, JOHN K., house painter and paper hanger, 
34 Wellmeadow — house, 88 do. 

Hunter, Joseph, spirit dealer, 120 George street — house, 
119 do. 

Hunter, Miss, milliner and mantle maker, 39 Wellmeadow 
— house, 102 Causeyside 

HUNTER, ROBERT, chief constable of Renfrewshire- 
office, 8 County place — house, do. 

Hunter, Robert L., wine and spirit merchant, 9 School 
wynd 

HUNTER, SUSAN, teacher, North Public School— 
house, 84 George street 

HUNTER, THOMAS, grocer and spirit merchant, 22 
Great Hamilton street — house, do. 

Hunter, Walter M'D., clerk, Caledonian Railway Carting 
Department, 2 Garthland lane 

Hunter, William, cabinetmaker, 84 George street 

Hunter, William, druggist, 31 Causeyside — house, 31 St. 
James street 

Hussey, James S., gas inspector, SO Canal Street 

Hutchison, David, teacher, Johnstone Public School, 27 
George street 

Plutchison, Alex., president of the Co-operative Manu- 
facturing Society (Limited) -^house, 33 Greafc 
Hamilton street 

HUTCHISON, JOHN, late banker— house, 6 Garth- 
land place 

HUTCHISON, JAMES, plasterer, Westside cottage, 3 
Glen laae, Paisley, and 144 West Bridge-end, Dum- 
barton—lime yard, 11 Glen lane— (See advertise- 
ment) 

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Hutchison, James, surgeon, 23 Causeyside— house, do. 
Hutchison, John, architect, I.A., 190 West George 

street, Glasgow — house, Fairhill, Calside, where 

messages can be left 
Hutchison, Margaret A., teacher, 3 Glen lane. 
HUTCHISON, ROBERT, boot and shoemaker, 83 High 

street — house, 45 ISew street — (See advertisement) 
Hutchison, Mrs Elizabeth, grocer, 20 Glen street 
Hutchison, Robert, of William Hutchison & Co. — house, 

32 Oakshaw street 
Hutchison, Thomas, machine stitcher and shawl fringer 

109 Causeyside — house, 44 New street 
Hutchison, William, foreman to James Hutchison, plas- 
terer, Westside cottage, 3 Glen lane 
Hutchison, William, jun,, & Co., scourers and finishers, 

George place 
Hutchison, William, clerk at Reids & Campbell's, 23 

Causeyside 
Button, Rev. George C, minister of Canal street U.P, 

Church, Mount Pleasant, Castlehead 
Hutton, James, carriage-hirer, 11 Incle street — house, 11 

do, 
Hutton, Robert, timber merchant and commission agent, 

40 Broomlands 
Hutton, William H., warehouseman at Whitehill & Co.'s, 

Mount Pleasant, Castlehead 

liJFIEMARY, Bridge street— President, R. F. Dalziel, 

Castlehead ; vice-president, William But^sell ; 

treasurer, John M'Gown, Camphill ; secretary, F. 

Martin, County buildings 
Inglis, James, foreman at Brown & Poison's, Calside place 
Inglis, John, joiner and grocer, 5 Moss^-ale street 
IngJis, John, clerk. Union Bank of Scotland, 1 Calside 

place 
Inglis, John, salesrrian at J. Craig & Co.'s, 3 Wardropst. 
Inglis, Robert M, bookbinder, 13 Caledonia street 
Ingram & Co., oil merchants and grease manufactusers, 

Macdowall street — (See advertisement) 
Ingram, A. C, of Ingram k Co., 5 Buchanan terrace 



PAISLEY. 75 

INLAND REVENUE OFFICE, 97 High street 
Ireland & Co., wholesale and retail ironmongers, 109 

High street — -(See advertisement) 
Ireland, Thomas, of Ireland & Co., 5 Buchanan terrace 
Ireland, Thomas A., of Ireland & Co., 5 Buchanan ter. 
Irvine, Frank, cashier at J. Spence & Sons', 62 Storie st. 
Irvine, Miss, dressmaker, 50 Love street 
Irving, Joseph, Hillhead House, Hawkhead 
ISDALE & M'OALLUM, soap powder, and soap ex- 
extract manufacturer, Caledonia Soap Works, Rowan 
street — (See advertisement) 
Isdale, Ralph, of Isdale & M'Callum, 3 Mansfield place 

JACK, GEORGE, collector of gas rates, 29 Thread st. 
JACK, JAMES, family grocer, tea, and wine merchant, 
107 and 108 High street (Cross) — house, West 
Sandyford, Renfrew road 
Jack, John, manager at J. & G. F. Lochhead's, 32 

Causeyside — house, 36 George street 
Jack, Miss, of Harper & Jack, 37 New street 
Jack, Peter, of Ronald, Jack, & Co., Shortroods 
Jack, Robort, dairyman, 3 LTnderwood road 
Jack, William, assistant inspector. Abbey Parochial 

Board — house, 36 George street 
Jackson, Andrew, 6 Blackwood's Buildings, Underwood 
Jamieson, David, ham curer, at James Pinkerton's, 40 

New street 
Jamieson, A. H. spirit merchant, 13 Dyers' Wynd 
Jamieson, J., fruiterer and confectioner, 17^ Well street 
Jamieson^ James, cloth and blanket manufacturer, 71 

George street — house, do. 
Jamieson, Miss, furnished lodgings, 21 St. James street 
JAMIESON, MATTHEW, restaurant manager, 45 

Moss street 
Jamieson, Miss Ann, wine and spirit merchant, 28 Well- 
meadow 
Jackson, Mrs, grocer and cowfeeder, 56 George street 
Jamieson, Samuel, shoemaker, 6 Lylesland 
Jamieson, William, gardener to Archibald Coats, Wood- 
side House 



76 t*ATSLEY. 

Jarvej, Matthew, wood merchant, 17 Niddry street- 
house, 5 Greenhill road 
Jeffrey Mrs George, spirit dealer, 8 Wardrop street 
Johnstone, Alex-, gardener, Oakshawhead House 
JOHNSTON, JAMES, of J. & G. Johnston, 28 

Causey side— house, Lankbank 
JOHNSTON, J. & G., corn flour and starch merchants, 

28 Canseyside 
Johnston, Archibald, of Hogg & Johnston, 53 Caledonia 

street 
■Johnston, John, of Will'ara Johnston & Co., Beauchamp 

House, Love street 
JOHNSTON, JOHN, fishmonger and poultry dealer, 34 

Gauze street 
Johnston, Thomas, civil engineer, and road surveyor for 

the county of Renfrew, Terrace Buildings — house, 

Go wan bank, Hurlet 
Johnston, E. Rodger, at R. & T. Russell's, 1 Water brae, 

Forbes place 
Johnston, William, & Co., muslin, buckram, and bonnet 

s'lape manufacturers, 4 Shuttle street 
Johnstone, William, wine and spirit merchant, 23 Lawn 

street 
Johnston, William, wine and spirit merchant, Bee Plive, 

72 Causey side, and 10 Moss street — house, 72 Can- 

se3''side 
Joyce, Michael T., civil service surveyor's clerk. Inland 

Revenue office — house, 1 Wati r bra'^, Forbes place 

IvATER, WILLIAM, farmer, Bogside, off Renfrew road 
Kay, James, china merchant, 24 George street — house, 

145 do. 
Keay, Angus, accountant, house factor, property and 

insurance agent, 12 High street — house, 4 RussqU 

street, Greenock road 
Keir, Robert, 1 1 Moss Street — house, 2 Underwood road 
Keith, Adam, of John Keith & Son, 11 Barclay street. 
Keith, Alexander, joiner, 3 Thread street 
Keith, John, & Son, joiners and blockbuilders, 101 Cau- 

seyside 



PAISLEY. 77 

Keith, William B., assistant stamper, 5 North Bridge st. 
Kelly, Adam, wine and spirit merchant, 37 St. Jam.es 

street — house, 18 Moss street 
Kelly, Alexander, plumber and gasfitter, 5 Gilmour 

street — house, 7 Stow place 
KELLY, JAMES Y., baker, 34 High street— house, 32 

Oakshaw street 
Kelly, Mrs James, grocer, 22 Lawn street 
Kelso, Archibald, salesman at J. Caldwell & Son's, 

Gilmour street — house, 68 Love street 
Kelso, Misses, dress and mantle makers, 37 Canal street 
KELSO, THOMAS, grocer and spirit dealer, 23 Stock 

street — house, do. 
Kelso, Thomas, jun., clerk at Brown and Poison's 
Kennedy, Archibald, boot and shoemaker, 9 Prussia st 
Kennedy, Charles, 9 Camphill place 
Kennedy, David, foreman finisher, Cumberland shoe 

factory, 5 Mill street 
Kennedy, John, bread and biscuit baker, 31 High street 
Kennedy, Mrs, broker, 31 Old Sneddon 
Kent, John, greengrocer, 40 George street 
Kent, Mrs James, fruiterer and confectioner, 32 George 

street 
Kenneth, Mrs Wm., milliner and fancy goods, 15 Moss 

street 
Ker, John, feuar, 29 Causeyside 
KERR & CO., sewing cotton manufacturers. Underwood 

Mills 
KERR, ARCHIBALD, manufacturer of aerated waters, 

23 to 25 Caledonia street — house, Moss-side place, 

Greenock road 
Kerr, Benjamin, confectioner and fruiterer, 1 Smithhills 
Kerr, Francis, confectioner, 21 Glen street 
Kerr, Gavin, joiner and timber merchant, 28 Orchard 

street 
Kerr, George, flesher, 8 Love street — house, 3 Gleu 

street 
Kerr, Miss Helen, confectioner, 43 Moss street— house, 

4 North street 
Kerr, James, birdstufifer, 7 Orehard street 

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78 PAISLEY. 

Kerr, J., milliner, 20 Causeyside — house, 28 Orchard st. 

Kerr, John, china merchant, 24 Causeyside 

Kerr, John, raanufactui*er, 2 Caledonia street 

Kerr, John P., of R. & J. P. Kerr, Underwood House 

Kerr, John Scott, of Robert Kerr & Son, manufacturers 

— house, Park House, Inchinnan 
Kerr, John, greengrocer, 21 Wallace street 
Kerr, Mrs, news agent, 68 Causeyside. 
Kerr, Mrs Peter, GaUowhill House, Renfrew road 
KERR & SON, heddle, twine, and thread manufacturers, 

New Street Mills 
KERR, R. & J. P., power-loom cloth manufacturers, 

Underwood mill 
Kerr, Robert, & Son, manufacturers, 21 to 26 Thread 

street 
Kerr, Robert, of Robert Kerr & Son, Park House, 

Inchinnan 
Kerr, Robert, of R. & J. P. Kerr, Woodlands, Calside 
Kerr, Thomas D., jun., apprentice-at-la\v at Young & 

Martin's, Castiehead 
Kerr, William, farmer, Linclive 
Kilgour, Mrs, dressmaker, 3 Lawn street 
Kilgour, Robert Craig, clerk, Railway Goods Station, 

Greenlaw, 5 Galloway street 
Killoch, Adam, spirit merchant, 4 Cale Ionia street 
Killoch & Co., extract of soap manufacturers, 41 and 

42 Causeyside 
Kilpatrick, Hugh Wallace, 16 Abbey street 
Kilpatrick, James, shawl manufacturer, 18 Causeyside 
KILPATRICK, JAMES, plumber and lead merchant, 

Dyers' Wynd — house, 27 Gauze street 
Kilpatrick, James, joiner, 44 Storie street. 
KILPATRICK, JOHN, & SON, wrights and funeral 

undertakers, 16 Abbey street — house, do. — (See 

advertisement) 
KILPATRICK, ROBERT, tobacconist and hairdresser, 

4 High street (Cross) — house, 2 Caraphill 
Kilpatrick, John, Dyers' Wynd, or at 27 Gauze street 
KILPATRICK, THOMAS, slater, and slate and cement 

merchant, 135 George street — house, 2 Carriagehill 



PAISLEY. 70 

King, Alexander, & Sou, woollen and linen drapers, 

hatters, hosiers, and glovers, 4 Gilmonr street 
Kinoj, Alexander, cooking establishment, 63 Brooailands 
King, Andrew, artist, 3 Underwood 
King, Andrew, jun , carriage hirer, Mossvale Stables — ■ 

house, 3 Underwood 
KING, JAMES, carriage hirer, George Hotel Stables, 1 

Smithhills — office, 2 County place — 'house, 2 New 

Smithhills 
King, John, spirit dealer, 25 New Smithhills — house, 24 

do. 
King, Robert, watchmaker and jeweller, 22 High street 
King, Walter, of Alexander King & Son, 46 Love street 
King, Walter, builder, Woodend, Houston 
King, William, clerk to Reids & Campbell, writers-^- 

house, Houston 
King, William Yuill, H.M. Inspector of Schools — house, 

33 Old Sneddon 
Kinnieburgh, Hugh, toll coUectorj Blackball toll 
Kingsberry, Thomas, clock and musical instrument maker, 

139 George street. 
Kingsberry, William, watchman, 14 Tiiread street 
Kirk, George, St. James' Park Weaving Mills— house, 

43 Love street 
KIRK, GEORGE G., glass merchant, glazier, and painter, 

6 New Smithhills — house, do. — (See advertisement) 
Kirk, James, of J. & J. Kirk, 3 Thread street 
Kirk, J. & J., joiners, 37 Mill street 
Kirk, John, of J. & J. Kirk, 14 Thread street 
KIRK, JOHN, joiner and glazier, 27 Wellmeadow 
Kirkland, Walter, Collinslie farm, Collinslie 
KIRKWOOD, ISAAC, of Ritchie & Kirkwood, Jane- 
field place 
KIRKWOOD, J. & M., general dealers, 3 Broomlands— 

house, 34 Castle street 
Kirkwood, James, spirit merchant, 21 Broomlands — bouse, 

22 do 
Kirkwood, Mrs James, cowfeeder, 8 Glen lane 
Kirkwood, William, carting contractor, 134 George street 

— house, 45 Canal street 



BO PAISLEY. 

Kirkwood, "William, foreman wood turner at Mossvale 

works, 5 Abingdon place 
Kirkwood, Thomas, teacher of drawing, Grammar School, 

13 Lome place, Mount Florida, Glasgow 
Knight, S. H,, boot and shoemaker, 149 George street 
KNOX, ALEXANDER, draper, 5 Old Smithhills and 

1 George street — house, 4 Gauze street 
Knox, George, traveller to George Dobie, 5 NeilstoQ 

road 
Knox, Miss Jeanie, dressmaker, 11 Abercorn street 
Knox, Miss Margaret, grocer, 16 Abercorn street 
Knox, J., feather dresser and dyer, 6 Campliill place 
Kiiox, Walter, coal merchant, Stoney Brae— house, 6 

Camphill place 
KNOX, WALTER, funeral undertaker, 6Q High street 

— houie, 6 Campill place 
Kyle, Andrew, cowfeeder, 13 Inkle street 
Kyle, John, confectioner, 28 Causeyside 
Kyle, Matthew, farmer, Laigh Parks 
Kyle, Lowery, boot and shoemaker, 15 Broomlands— 

— house, 19 do. 

Lachlan, Bobert, house factor and insurance agent, and 
agent foy " State " Line of steamers, 24 Queen 
street 

Laird, Robert, cowfeeder, 18 Gauze street 

Laird, Joseph, cowfeeder, 12 Gauze street 

LAMB, JAMES BARR, LA., architect, surveyor, and 
measurer, licensed property valuator, and insurance 
agent, 12 High street — house. Underwood cottage — ■ 
(See advertise nent) 

Lamb, Mrs, Underwood cottage 

Lambert, Joseph, clubmaster, The Club, Cross 

Lambertou, J., 11 Wellmeadow 

Lambie, Henry, warehouseman at Charles Smith & Co.'s, 
27 Maxwellton street 

Lambie, Hugh, traveller to John Buchanan, grocer — 
house, 15 Wellmeadow 

LAMBIE, HIGGINS, & CONNELL, tapestry manu- 
facturers, 112 Causeyside 



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Lamond, Mrs Archibald, wine and spirit dealer, 1 Silk 

street 
Lamond, Duncan, greengrocer and confectioner, 18 Lady 

lane — house, do* 
Lamont, J., blacksmith, 1 Stanley place 
Lamont, William, coal merchant, 11 Caledonia street 
LANDESS, ROBERT, spirit merchant, 20 George st. 
Lang, Alexander, leather merchant, 11 King street 
Lang, Andrew, clerk at J. Boyd & Sons> 5 Greenhillroad 
Lang, David, dj/er, Albert place, Espedair 
Langs, leather and india rubber merchants, machinery, 

belt and hose pipe merchants, 31 High street 
Lang, James, insurance agent and house factor, 11 King 

LANG, JAMES, Jun., of W. J. & W. Lang, The Glen 
Lang, James, officer of Free Martyrs' Church, 4 Sandholes 
Lang, John, flesher, 54 Caledonia street 
LANG, JOHN, Jun., baker and spirit merchant, 78 

High street 
LANG, JOHN, wine and spirit merchant, 47 Moss street 

— house, 77 High street 
Lang, John M., at R. & T. Russell's, 7 King street 
Lang, Matthew, of Lang & Stewart, 9 Mossvale street 
Lang, Mrs, draper, 18 George street 
Lang, Mrs, cowfeeder, 45 Causeyside 
Lang, Mrs, cowfeeder, 7 Canal street 
Lang, Rev. A. Montgomery, minister of High Church — 

residence, Castlehead 
Lang, R. H., silk, cotton, and woollen dyer, Espedair 

dyeworks, 1 Espedair street 
Lang, Robert, warper, Marshall's lane — house, Stanley 

view 
LANG, ROBERT, grain and seed merchant, 5 Old 

Sneddon — house, 29 do. 
Lang, Thomas, clerk at Ronald, Jack & Co.'s, 2 East 

lane 
Lang, William, stableman, 3 Hunter street 
Lang, William, spirit dealer, 43 Moss street 
Lang, Mrs Wm., confectioner, 20 Cotton street 
LANG, WILLIAM, of W. J. & W. Lang, 7 King street 



82 PAISLEY. 

LANG, W. J. & W., tanners, 1 and 2 Seedhill 

Lang & Stewart, joiners, Murray street 

Langmtiir, Bryce, traveller to Macfarlane & Co., Lady- 
lane — house, 141 George street 

Langmuir, Robert, potato merchant, 28 Causeyside — • 
house, 11 Saucel 

Langmuir, Walter, farmer, Oldbai* 

Langmuir, W. R., grocer, 19 New Sneddon 

Lauchlan, John, book-keeper, Provident Co-operatiVe 
Society, 5 Barclay street 

LAUCHLAN, ROBERT, house factor and insurance 
agent, and agent for State Steamship Company — 
office, 4 Moss street— house, 24 Queen street 

Law, Edward, grocer, 21 Wallace street 

Law, James, cowfeeder, 26 New street 

Law, Richard, cowfeeder, 30 Broomlands 

Law, William, calenderer, 113 Causeyside — house, 2 Bute 
place 

LAWRIE, JAMES, tobacconist, 51 High street 

Lawrie, John, feuar, 4 Garthland street 

Lawrie, John, jun„ salesman at James Murray's, manu- 
facturer, Buchanan terrace 

Lawrie, William, draper, 11 St. James place — house, .50 
Love street 

Lawson, Alexander, spirit dealer, 7 Wallneuk — house, 2 
North croft 

LECKIE & MACGREGOR, dyers, Lonend Dyeworks 

Lee, Robert, joiner, cartwright,- spring van and lorry 
builder, and smith, 12 St. James street — house, 21 
St, James street 

Lees, Mrs R., confectioner, 21 Broomlands 

Lees, Peter, wine and spirit merchant, 5 and 6 Old 
Smithhills — house, 31 New Smithhills 

Legg, M. A., dressmaker, 1 Camphill 

Leitch, John, 80 New Sneddon 

Leitch, Joseph, painter, 31 New Smithhills 

Leitch, Thomas, lemonade and ginger beer manufacturer, 
9 Gordon's lane— house, 9 Moss street 

LEITCH, WILLIAM, flesher, 31 Causeyside and 3 
Underwood road — house, 6 George street 



PAISLEY. 83 

Leitch, William, & Co., pawnbrokers, 106 George street 
Lemay, Arthur, clerk, Eailway Goods Station, GreenlavV; 

26 Gauze street 
Lemay, Mrs and Miss, dressmakers, 26 Gauze street 
Lennie, Mrs, midwife and ladies' nurse, 6 George street 
Lennox, William, salesman. Co-operative Store, 21 Gauze 

street 
LEWIS, ALBERT, 83 Broomlands, agent for the 

London, Edinburgh, and Glasgow Accident Insur-» 

ance Company (Limited) — house, 17 Storie street. 
LEWIS, ARTHUR, pawnbroker and jeweller, Thistle 

Loan office, 18 Storie street ; Crown Loan office, 

83 Broomlands and 1 Sandholes — house, 17 Storie 

street 
LEWIS, ARTHUR, pawnbroker and jeweller, 2 Green 

street and 1 Main street, Bridgeton, Glasgow — 

house, 17 Storie street, Paisley 
LEWIS, FREDERICK, pawnbroker and jeweller, 90 

Canal street and 86 Causeyside — house, Tayfield, 

Meikleriggs 
LEWIS, JOHN, cork manufacturer, 54 High street — ^ 

house, 61 Canal street 
LIDDLE, DAVID, spirit merchant, 1 Bladda 
LIDDLE, MRS, furnisher, 6 J-ilk street 
Ligat, David, at Walker, Drybrough, & Co.'s, Arkleston 
Liggat, David, & Co., bleachers, washing and dressing 

establishment, Colinslee 
Lilla & Edwards, preserve and confection manufacturers, 

British India Works, Macdowall street — (See 

advertisement) 
Linn', Thomas, cashier and bookkeeper at Ronald, Jack, 

& Co.'s, 1 Maxwell street 
Litou, Thomas, jun., clerk at Robert Brown «fe Son's, 1 

Maxwell street 
Lipton, Thomas J,, provision merchant, 21 High street 

— residence, Johnstone villa, Cambuslang 
Lister, George, gardener to Alexander FuUerton, Cross- 
flat House 
Little, Jane, confectioner, 6 OAd Sneddon— house, 4: 

Maxwelltou street 



84 PAISLEY. 

Little, Jobn, confectioner, 3 Wellmeadow 

Little, William, gardener, 41 New street 

Livingstone, D , officer Free High Church, 3 John street 

Livingstone, Daniel, cowfeeder, 20 Gauze street 

Livingstone, James, grocer, 15 Williamsburgh 

Livock, Henry Rising, Inland Revenue officer, 2 Russell 

gf vppf 

LOCHHEAD, GEORGE F., of J. & G. F. Lochhead 

■ — house, 38 Ferguslie 
Lochhead, John, farmer, Netherjfield, Houston 
LOCHHEAD, J. & G. F., pawnbrokers, 82 Causeyside 

and 1 Gordon's lane 
LOCHHEAD, JOHN, of Kerr & Son, New Street 

Mills, Gleniffer View, Calside 
LOCHHEAD, JOSEPH M'LEOD, of M'Innes, Mac- 
kenzie, & Lochhesd, 7 Gilmour street 
Lochhead, James, broker, 27 New Smithhills 
Lochhead, M., of Lilla & Edwards, Gleniffer View, 

Calside 
Lochhead, Mrs, dressmaker, 6 Moss street 
LOCHHEAD, MRS JOHN F., 31 Causeyside 
Lochhead, Robert, porter. Bank of Scotland, 6 Moss st. 
Lochhead, Robert, flesher, 39 George street 
LOCHHEAD, WILLIAM A., newspaper editor, " Daily 
Express " office — letterpress printer, lithographer, 
and engraver, 15 and 16 Causeyside — house, Jane- 
field place, Lyleslaud 
Lockhart, Alexander, baker, 25 Gordon's lane 
LOCKHART, ANDREW H., general draper, 104 High 
street (Cross) — house, 23 Oakshaw street— (See 
advertisement) 
Lockhart, Andrew S., clerk, Bank of Scotland — house, 

23 Oakshaw street 
Lockhart, Elizabeth, confectioner, toy and basket ware, 
house, 24 Wellraeadow — house, Glenfield cottage, 
Castlehead 
Lockie, Andrew, ag«nt Prudential Insurance Co., 4 

Stow street 
Lockie, Robert, cowfeeder, and Paisley and Glasgow 
c.irrler, 91 Causeyside 



PAJSLEY 85 

Logan, Alexander, wine and spirit merchant, 27 Lawn 

street — house, 1 Gauze street 
LOGAN & GARDNEB, shawl manufacturers, 5 Forbes 

» place 
Logan, Archibald, clerk, Post Office, 16 George street 
Logan 5 David, and Son, coal merchants, Underwood 

Depot 
Logan, Arthur, of David Logan & Sen, 23 Wellmeadow 
Logan, David, of David Logan & Sou, 23 Wellmeadow 
Logan, Jaro.es, fish dealer. 20 Wellmeadow 
Logan, John, of Logan & Gardner, Westerfield, Calside 
Logan, John, 32 Cotton street 
Logan, Mary, dressmaker, 69 High street 
Legaia, William, clerk at Clapperton & Co.'s, 32 Cotton 

street 
LONDON & NEWCASTLE TEA COMPANY, 2 High 

street— John Forbes, manager, 2 Inkle street 
Lorimer, Mioses, Park terrace 
London Tea Company, 18 Moss street 
LOUNSDALE BLEACHING COMPANY, Lounsdale 
Love, A., confectioner, 46 Calside 
Love, John, cowfeeder, 40 Storie street 
Love, John, M.B., Resident and Assistant Medical Officer, 

Riccartsbar Asylum 
Love, Matthew, tailor and clothier, 2 Knox street 
Love, William, cutler and gunsmith, 1 Smithhills 
LOW, REV. WILLIAM, minister of Martyrs' Church- 
house, Potterfield, Castlehead 
Lyall, George, spirit merchant, 03 Broomlands— house, 

46 George street 
Lyall, H. & C, Berlin emporium, 97 High street — house 

20 do. 
LYLE, DALRYMPLE, aeceuntant, house faetor, and 

agent for the West of England Insurance Company, 

4 High street— house, Stanley place, 48 Causeyside 

—(See advertisement) 
Lyl«, George, at J. & P. Coats's 
LYLE, JAMES A., coal merchant, -27 Oswald street 

Glasgow — residence, 1 Mansfield place 
Lyle, John, farmer, Midd&eton, by Linwood 

H 



86 PAISLEY 

Lyle, James, & Co., button manufacturers, 48 High 

street — house, 29 Causeyside 
LYLE, JAMES, & CO,, engineers, 90 New Sneddon— 

house, 60 doo * 

LYLE, JOHN, watchmaker, goldsmith, and optician, 

104 High street. Cross — house, do. 
Lyle, John, clerk at Hodgart & Anderson's, writers, 97 

High street — house, 23 New street, Kilbarchan 
Lyle, Mrs, midwife. 61 Canal street 
Lyle, Peter, scourer, George place 
Lyle, Robert, flesher — house, 61 Canal street 
Lyle, William, draper, furnisher, and warper, 110 Causey- 
side, and 16 George street 
Lyle, William S., clerk at Roger & M'Callum's—house, 

Marshall's lane 
Lyle, William W., cashier to Andrew Foulds & Son, 5 

Abbey street — house, 9 Wellmeadow 
Lyons and M'Neilage, milliners and furnishers, 75 Love 

street 
LYMBURN, JAMES, & SON, silk mercers and drapers, 

16 High street 
Lymburn, John, of James Lymburn & Son, 15 High st. 
Lyon, Mrs, cowfeeder, 1 Neilston road 

MACKERSIE, JAMES, accountant, Clydesdale Bank- 
ing Company 

Mack, Miss Jane, dressmaker, 30 Cotton street 

Mair, E., toy merchant, 69 Broomlands — house, 70 do. 

Mackie, Keith, chemist, Bank Buildings, St. Mirren st.— 
house, 12 St. James place 

Malcolm, John, flesher, 50 Love street— house, 46 do. 

Malcolm, Archibald, cowfeeder, Townhead Dairy, 46 
High street 

Mann^f Charles, manufacturing chemist, 18 Mill street 
—house, Albert street 

Manners, Charles, assistant registrar, Terrace Buildings 
— house, 8 Albert street 

Manners, John, clerk, Bank of Scotland, 3 Albert street 

Marr, Alexander, jobbing gardener and contractor, 2 
King street 



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Maawell, Mrs Martha, spirit dealer, 16 Abercoro street 
MARSHALL, JOHN, ironfounder, Macdowall street- 
house, 22 Caledonia street 
Marshall, James, spirit merchant, 6 Cotton street— house, 

7 Smithhills 
Marshall, John, 4 Lylesland 
Marshall, Mrs, confectioner, 30 Canal street 
Marshall, Robert, greengrocer, 19 Barclay street 
MARSHALL, TH JMAS, grocer, 22 Sandholes— house, 

20 do. 
Martin, Alexander, coppersmith, tinsmith, plumber, and 

gasfitter, 10 Lawn street. 
MARTIN, FRANCIS, of Young & Martin, 4 Orr 

square 
Martin, Miss, 33 New Sneddon 
Martin, Mrs, dressmaker, 53 Storie street 
Martin, Mrs John, 7 West Croft 

Martin, Robert S., painrer and decorator, 20 Glen street 
Masson, Mrs James, boys' outfitter, 36 High street 
MASSON, GEORGE, tobacco manufacturer, 42 Well- 

meadow — -house, Oakshawside cottage 
Mathie, Angus, farmer, Merksworth 
Mathieson, Duncan, greengrocer, 2 Dovesland, Neilston 

road 
Matheson, Farquhar, at J. B. Lamb's, 24 Oakshaw st, 
Mathieson, John, tailor and clothier, 8 High street — 

house, 16 West Campbell street 
Mathieson, Robert, clothier, 105 High street 
Maxwell, Archibald, clerk at Robert Brown & Son's, " 9 

Cotton street 
Maxwell, Henry, gardener, Ralston 
Maxwell, James, gardener to James Arthur, Barshaw 
Maxwell, Matthew, shawl manufacturer, 3 Caledonia st. 
May bin, William, rector of Grammar School and Academy, 

1 Christie street 
MEIKLE, ANDREW, spirit merchant and feuar, 27 

New Sneddon 
Meiklejohn, Mrs J. G., wine and spirit merchant, 3 St. 

Mirren street 
Miles, I. & J., confectioners, 3 County place 



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Melvin, T. James, printer, lithographer, &c., 14 High 

street — house, 27 Lawn street 
MENZIES, GRAHAM, of James Stewart & Co., 32 

Queen's gate, London, S.W. 
Menzies, Peter, confectioner, 7 Old Sneddon 
Metcalfe, Rev. William Musham, minister of South Parish 

Church — house, Castlehead 
MILLAR, ALEXANDER, of Saucel Brewery Company, 

40 Oakshaw street 
MILLAR, ANDREW, Dean of Faculty of Procurators, 

of Millar, Walker, & Millar, 40 Oakshaw street 
MILLAR, ANDRE W, Jun., of Millar, Walker, & Millai'j 

8 Gilmour street^residence, Greenlaw House 
Miller, A. D., of Duft & Miller, 12 Wellmeadow 
Millar, Bessie C, teacher Grammar School, 69 High st. 
Millar, David, foreman at R. Kerr & Son's — house, 5 

Camphill place 
Millar, David, governer Abbey Poorhouse and Asylum 
Millar, George, porter, British Linen Co.'s Bank, 2 

Thread street 
Millar, Hugh, draper, 17 Brooralands 
MILLAR, JAMES, & SON, yarn merchants, 106 

Causeyside 
MILLAR, JAMES, of James Millar & Son, Makerston 

House, Largs 
MILLAR, JAMES, Jun., of James Millar & Son, Adelphi 

House, New Sneddon 
MILLAR, J. & R,, manufacturers, 6 and 7 Causeyside 
MILLAR, JAMES, of Millar, Walker, & Millar, 40 

Oakshaw street 
Millar, James, warper, 16 Causeyside 
MILLAR, JOHN, drysalter and oil merchant, 16 St. 

Vincent place, Glasgow — house, East Knowe, Castle- 
head 
Millar, John, hairdresser, 29 Maxwellton street 
Miller, John, of Duff & Miller, 12 Wellmeadow 
Millar, John, manager, quarry, Mill street 
Millar, Mrs E., grocer and spirit dealer, 1 East Buchanan 

street 
Millar, Mrs Mary, cowfeeder, 18 Williamsburgh 



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Millar, Mrs William, 4 Biichaiiaa terrace 

Millar, Peter, flesher, 74 Love street 

Millar, P. K., reed and lieddle manufacturer, 9 New- 
street — house, 26 Causeyside 

MILLAR, ROBERT, of J. & R. Millar, Castlehead 

Millar, Thomas, china, crystal, and stoneware merchant, 
and general waste merchant, 117 George street — 
(See advertisement) 

MILLAR, THOMAS W., photographic artist and por- 
trait painter, 69 High street — (See advertisement) 

MILLAR, WALKER, & MILLAR, writers, 8 Gilmour 
street 

Millar, William and Adam, tinsmiths, 4 St Mirren street 

MILLAR, WILLIAM, plasterer, 38 Causeyside — house, 
do. 

Millar, A. C, at Barr, Stirrat, & Co.'s, Clark's Court, 
Seedhills • 

MILLER, JOHN, editor of "Renfrewshire Independent" 
— house, Barrhead 

Miller, Walter, confectioner, 29 New street 

Miller, William, at Robin & Houston's, 3 Albert street, 
sprinkbank road 

MILLS, REV. WILLIAM FOWLER, Trinity Episco- 
pal Church, Greenock road 

Mills, Robert, wine and spirit merchant, 34 Canal street 

Milne, Robert, 4 Glen street 

Mitchell, Alexander, furniture dealer, 1 Neil street and 
15 Maxwellton street 

Mitchell, Andrew, plasterer, 59 Causeyside 

MITCHELL, ANDREW, slater, 88 Causeyside 

Mitchell, David, farmer, Leitchland 

Mitchell, James, grocer and coal merchant, 32 Newton 
street 

Mitchell, John, tailor and clothier, 36 Storie street 

MITCiiELL, JEANIE, milliner, 28 Orchard street 

Mitchell, John, wine and spirit merchant, Commercial 
Inn, Cross, 50 Moss street 

Mitchell, John S., boot and shoemaker, 13 Wellraeadow 
street — house, do. 

Mitchell, James, at John Mackay & Co.'s, Stow street 

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90 fAtSLEY. 

Mitchell, Johnston, grocer, 7 Castle street 
MITCHELL, ROBERT, tailor and clothier, 131 George 

street — house, 9 St. James street 
Mitchell, Robert, fanner, Potterhill 
MITCHELL, THOMAS, plasterer, 11 Sir Michael st. 

— house, 28 Orchard street — (See advertisement) 
Mitchell, William, spirit merchant, 19 Carriagehill 
Moffat, James, tailor and clothier, 7 Broomlands 
Moffat, Robert, farmer, Turneyland, Greenock road 
Moffat, William, plumber and gasfitter, 35 Causeyside—- 

house, 5 Lylesland 
Monaghan, William, officer Primitive Methodist Chapel, 

5 New Smithhills 
Money, Charles, at J. & P. Coats's, 2 Alexandria place^ 

Calside 
Montgomery, Elizabeth, draper, 85 Causeyside — house^ 

1 Mary street 
Montgomery, Henry, carter and contractor, 18 North 

Croft 
Moodie, James, tinsmith and gasfitter, 64 Broomlands 
Moodie, Thomas, fishmonger, 4 Mossvale 
Moore, Robert, coal merchant, Underwood — house, 33 

George street 
Morgan, Edward A., of John Morgan &Co., 110 Causey- 
side — house, 2 St. James place 
MORGAN, JAMES, nurseryman and seedsman, 3 Moss 

street (Cross) — 'house, Mossfield villa, Greenock road 
Morgan, John, & Co., manufacturers, 110 Causeyside, 

Paisley ; 7 Watling street, London ; and 15 Lever 

street, Manchester 
Morris, Andrew, clerk at Gas Office, 1 9 Broomlands 
Morris, Noble, boot and shoemaker, 30 Great Hamilton 

MORRISON, ALEXANDER, Globe Hotel, 11 High 

MORRISON, ALEXANDER, flesher, 99 Causeyside— 

house, do. 
MORRISON, ALEXANDER, flesher, 1 Dovesland— 

house, 99 Causeyside 
Morrisou, James, cowfeeder, 23 Glen street 



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Morrison, Alexander, clerk at Millar, Walker, & Millar's, 

82 High street 
MORRISON, GEORGE, flesher, 35 High street— house, 

82 do. 
Morrison, George, jun., at Young & Martia*Sj 82 High 

street 
Morrison, Hugh, wine and spirit merchant, 3 Silk street 

— house, 15 Lawn street 
Morrison, James, boot and shoemakerj 46 Moss street 

— house, 1 Bute place 
MORRISON, JAMES, & SON, fleshers, 104 George st* 

housCj do. 
MORRISON, JOHN, & SONS, coppersmiths, brass- 
founders, plumbers, &c., Dyers' wynd, Paisley, and 

Meadowside Works, Ferry road, Renfrew 
Morrison, John, wine and spirit merchant, 6 West Croft 
MORRISON, JOHN, of John Morrison & Sons, Dyers' 

wynd 
MORRISON, MATTHEW, of John Morrison & Sons^ 

Dyers' wind — house, 70 Love street 
Morrison, W. M., of James Morrison & Sons, 5 Buchanan 

terrace, Greenock road 
Morrison, Mrs R., tobacconist and news-agent, 2 George 

street 
Morrison, Mrs, general merchant, 18 Sandholes 
MORTIMER, GEORGE, boot and shoemaker, 32 

Causeyside — house, 4Neilston street 
Morton, Gilbert, weaver, 3 Christie street — house, 6 

Albion street 
Morton, J., fruiterer, greengrocer, and confectioner, 22 

Lawn street 
Muir, Catherine, bookseller and stationer, 12 Old Smith-* 

hills 
Muir, Adam, salesman. Co-operative branch shop, 2 Bute 

place — house, 17 Wardrop street 
Muir, Adam, surveyor for Water Works Commissioners 

132 George street 
MUIR, DAYID, traveller to Wm. M. Burnet— house, 41 

George street 
Muir, Francis, foreman printer, 2 Russell street 



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Muir^ A. Craig, commission agent, 75 Buchanan street 

Glasgow— house, 47 Oakshaw street, Paisley— (See 

advertisement) 
Muir, Mrs Alexander, spirit merchant, 7 Eenfrew street 

— house, 1 Hamilton street 
Muir & Anderson, chemical and button manufacturers, 

St. Mirren's Works, New Sneddon 
MUIR, GEORGE, janitor, John Neilson Institution, 

Oakshawhead 
Muir, J. & J., grocers and spirit dealers, 13 Neilston road 

— ^honse, 1 Stock street 
Muir, James^ grocer^ 9 Moncrieff street 
Muir, James, house painter^ 13 West Buchanan street 
Muir, James, draper, 92 Causeyside —house, 94 do. 
MUIR^ JOHN, accountant, house factor, and insurance 

agent, also, boiler accident and guarantee insurance, 

23 Moss street— house, Annfield Villa, Castlehead 
Muir, John, officer Canal Street U. P. Church, 127 

George street 
Muir, John, writer, of Ja. Caldwell & Muir, 33 Old 

Sneddon 
Muir, John, farmer, Ralees, Glasgow road 
Muir, Margaret, draper, 3 St. James street — house, 29 

do. 
MUIR, JOSEPH, spirit merchant. 20 Abbey street— 

house, 7 Bridge street 
Muir, Matthew, grain merchant, Glasgow, Greenhill 
Muir, Mrs, 27 Glen street 
Muir, Mrs, The Mound, Castlehead 
Muir, Mrs William, grocer, 26 Cotton street 
Muir, Robert, commission agent, 4 Buchanan terrace 
Muir, Robert, joiner and grocer, 10 Glen street 
MUIR, ROBERT, session clerk Abbey Parish— house, 

11 Lawn street 
MUIR, R. W., commission and insurance agent, 54 St. 

Enoch square, Glasgow — house, Annfield Villa, 

Castlehead — (See advertisement) 
MUIR, THOMAS, Annfield Villa, Castlehead 
Muirhead, Mrs Robert, eating-house keeper, 23 Well- 

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MUNGLE, ALEXANDER, tailor and clothier, 9 High 
street (Cross) 

MUNRO, JAMES, baker, 6 Silk street— house, do. 

Munro, John C, at Wm. Hattrick & Sons, Crossflat 
Nui-sery 

Munro, Miss, dressmaker, 31 King street 

Murdoch, Alexander, teacher Neilson Institution — - 
house, 132 George street 

Murdoch, Mrs James, confectioner, 20 Lawn street 

MURDOCH, ROBERT, & CO., iron merchants, 10 
West Croft, Paisley, and 21 and 23 Robertson street, 
Glasgow 

MURDOCH, ROBERT, of Robert Murdoch & Co., 
iron and steel merchants, 7 Park street east, Glasgow 

MURDOCH, THOMAS, slater, 53 Causeyside— house, 
11 Neilston road — (See advertisement) 

Murphy, Mrs Jane, greengrocer, 32 Broomlands 

Murray, A., spirit dealer, 2 Garthland street 

MURRAY, DANIEL, JUN., & CO., shawl manufac- 
turers, 1 Causeyside 

Murray, Daniel, jun., of Daniel Murray, jun., & Co., 
Nether Villa, Gastlehead 

Murray, Daniel, sen., Nether Villa, Castlehead 

MURRAY, DAVID, & SON, house painters and decora- 
tors, and oil and colour merchants, 15 Gilmour st. 

Murray, David, manager at Adam Hamilton & Sons, 
Blackland Mill 

Murray, George L., warehouseman at D. Murray, jun., 
& Co.'s, 50 Love street 

Murray, J., bootmaker, 3 West street 

Murray, James, Abbey Church officer, 12 Abbey close 

MURRAY, JAMES, shawl and scarf manufacturer, and 
starch manufacturer — Adelphi Factory,New Sneddon 
— house, Langholm, Castlehead 

Murray, James, missionary and superintendent for Asso- 
ciation for Improving the Condition of the Poor in 
Paisley, 57 Canal street 

Murray, James, of Robert Wilson & Co., starch and corn 
flour manufacturers, Adelphi Starch Works — house, 
Langholm, Castlehead 



§4 PAISLEY. 

Murray, Janet, milliner and dressmaker, 4 Wellmeadovv 

— -}i9use, 53 High street 
MURRAY, JOHN, superintendent of Paisley Cemetery 

58 Broomlands 
IVlurray, John, engineer, Helenlea Villa, Greenock road 
Murray, John, bootmaker, 3 West street 
Murray, John, jun., clerk to M'Innes, Mackenzie j & 

Lochhead, High Carriagehill 
Murray, Mrs David, The Cottage, Castlehead 
Murray, Mrs, boot-repairing shop, 18 San dholes — house, 

18 Greenhill road 
Murray, Peter, cutter at Robert Eaglesim's — 'house, 136 

West Graham street, Glasgow 
Murray, Thomas, clerk at James Murray's, manufac- 
turer, 17 Mossvale street 
MURRAY, WILLIAM, of David Murray & Son, 

Auchinean, Castlehead 
Murrie, Alex., builder and contractor, 55 Caledonia street 
Murrie & M'Ghee, builders, Colinslee place 
Myles, Henry, watchmaker and jeweller, 46 Moss street 

— house, 4 Neilston street 
Myles, James, factor, Deanside, Renfrew — office, Terrace 

buildings, 109 High street 



M'Adam, George, contractor and grain merchant — store, 

King street — house, 78 Broomlands 
M'Adam, Mrs, grocer, 5 North Croft 
Macalister, E., 1 Blackland place 
Macalaster, John, fancy box and pattern box maker, 8 

South Frederick street, Glasgow — house, Castlehead 
M'Allister, Alexander, clerk to J. N. & J. Gardner, 

writers, 14 Barr street 
M'Allister, Mrs Margaret, flesher, 20 George street — 

house, 14 Barr street 
Macalpine, Andrew, clerk to John Spence & Sons, 18 

King street 
MACALPINE, ARCHIRALD, of Thos. W. Macalpine 

& Co., 2 Mansfield place, Neilston street 
M' Alpine, David, grocer, and boatman, 36 St. James st. 



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Macalpine, Mrs Thos. W., Castlehead 

MACALPINE, THOS. W., & CO., diysalters— office, 8 

Causey side — stores, George place 
Macalpine, Thomas, at Tlios. W. Macalpine & Co.'s, 

Glenview, High Carriagehill 
MACALPINE, THOMAS, Nat. So. D., manufacturing 
chemist, Espedair Chemical Works-— house, Brodie 
Park Villa, High Carriagehill 
MACALPINE, WILLIAM, of Thos. W. Macalpine & 

Co., Castlehead 
M'Andrew, John, commission agent, 17 Abbey street 
M'Arthur, Alexander, card cutter, 1 Shuttle street 
M' Arthur, Angus, furnishings, 45 New street 
M* Arthur, Archibald, farmer, Stanely 
M'ARTHUE, CHRISTINA, milliner, 26 High street 
M'Arthur, Miss Janet, straw bonnet and hat. cleaner, 

Terrace buildings, 109 High street 
M'Arthur, Robert L., manufacturer, 24 Castle street 
M' ARTHMR, WILLIAM, house furnishing ironmonger, 

9 High street (Cross)---house, 27 Oakshaw street 
M'Aulay, Archibald, beamer, 13 West Buchanan street — ■ 

house, 53 Canal street 
M'Aulay, James, designer, High Carriagehill 
M'Aulay, Thomas, bricklayer and draper, and officer 

Roman Catholic Chapel, 21 Lawn street 
M'Ausland, Alexander, boot and shoemaker, 14 High 

street — house, Meikleriggs 
M'Ausland, John, shoemaker, 5 New Smithhills 
M^Ausland, William, 5 Blackhall buildings 
M'Brayne, D. R., of H. MTntyre & Co., Oakshawhead 
M'Cafferay, Bernard, & Son, carters and contractors, 11 

New Smithhills 
M'Callum, Archibald, grocer, 12 Old Smithhills — house, 

29 Gauze street 
M'Callum, Agnes, confectioner, 11 Old S oaithhills— - 

house, 15 do. 
M'Callum, Archibald, traveller to A. H. Park & Co., 

29 Gauze street 
M' Galium, Andrew F., Ardskipness, Blackhall 
M'Callum, George F., of J. & J. M'Calium, 9 Gateside 



96 PAiSLttY. 

M'CALLUM, J. & J., Ksilk, cotton, and woollen dyers, 

Laighpark dyeworks 
M'Calkim, John, sen., of J. & J. M'Calluni> Ardskipness, 

Blackball 
M'Callumj John, jun., of J. & J. M'Callum, Ardskipness, 

Blackliall 
M'Callum, John, of Isdale & M'Callum, South. Park 

House, High Carriagehill 
M'Callum, John, foreman pattern maker, 8 West Croft 
M'Callum, William, tailor and clothier, and tobacconist, 

10 Wellmeadow 
M'Callum, M. & Co., milliners, 14 Wellmeadow — bouse, 

8 West Croft 
M'Cartuey, James, warper and confecti®ner, 14 Gauze 

street 
M'Clutcbie, Henry, slater, 73 Canal street — bouse, 2 

War drop street 
M'Coll, D., & Sons, carting contractors, 15 Abbey close 

— bouse, 12 do. 
M'Coll, Daniel, fruiterer and confectioner, 12 Abbey 

close 
M'Coll, Daniel B., letter carrier, 12 Abbey close 
M'CoU, John, gardener to Mrs Kerr, Gallowhill Lodge 
M'Coll, Mrs John, grocer, 20 Great Hamilton street 
M'Connochie, William, coal merchant, 8 Espedair 
M'Cowan, R. T., of M'Cowan & Co., 1 Christie street 
M'COWAN, R. T., confectioner and commission agent, 

44 Moss street — house, 1 Christie street 
M'Cowan & Co., druggists, Paisley Apothecaries' Hall., 

8 Moss street 
M'COWATT, STEWART, station master, and agent for 

Railway Passengers' Assurance Company, Gilraonr 

Street Station — houie, 25 Moss street 
M'Cracken, Mrs Thomas, grocer and spirit dealer, 17 

Gauze street 
M'Cracken, Thomas, grocer, 25 Cotton street and ^2 

Wellmeadow — house, 25 Cotton street 
M'Crae, Robert, broker, 1'2- IV^ew Smithhills 
M'Crae, Robert, manager at William Rome's, lathsplitter, 

Wa^er Brae — house, 14 Thread street 



M'CREERY, JOHN, saddler and harness maker, and 
macliine belt mauufacturerer, 2 County place— house, 
6 Mill street 

M'Crossan, Thomas, spirit merchant, 6 Wallace street — - 
house, 29 Back Sneddon 

M'Cue, Patrick, basket and cane worker, 20 Cotton st. 

M^CuUoch, Alexander, ironmonger and furniture dealer, 
32 Wellmeadow and 6 Storie street — house, 6 Storie 
street 

M'CUNN, THOMAS, 1 Garthland place, and Landour, 
Largs 

M'CUNN, WILLIAM, 1 Garthland place, and Landour, 
Largs 

M'Dermid, Charks, cowfeeder, 8 North Croft 

M'Dermid, Peter, grocer and cowfeeder, 2 Moncrieff st. 

M*^Donald, Alexander, spirit dealer, 10 Canal street 

M'Donald, Allan, boot and shoemaker, 6 Neilston street 

McDonald, Mrs Allan, confectioner, 13 Maxvvellton st. 

M'DONALD, DUNCAN, spirit merchant, 12 Old Sned- 
don- — house, 32 Glen street 

M'Donald, Neil, joiner, 59 Love street 

M'Donald, John, farmer, Porterfield, off Renfrew road 

M'Donald, John, Paisley, Glasgow, and Johnstone carrier 
4 St. James street, and at John Lang's, 47 Moss 
street — house, 70 Love street 

MACDONALD, JOHN, & SON, billposters and 
tobacconists, 15 Old Sneddon 

Macdonald, Mrs, 23 Moss street 

M'Donald, James, confectioner, 5 Well street 

M'Donald, Peter, pointsman, treasurer to Paisley High- 
Iffnders' Association, 7 Hamilton street 

M'DONALD, RLV. JOHK, St. Mary's R.C. Chapel, 
Queen street — house, St. Mary's villa, 73 George 
jtreet 

M'DONALD, ROBERT, grocer and provision mer- 
chant, 18 George street- — house, 143 do. 

M'Dougall, Alexander, farmer, West Yonderton, Inch- 
in nan road 

M'Dougall, Duncan, grocer, 5 Macfarlane's lane 

M'Doagal, Jobs, of M'Dougal Brothers, 48 Love street 



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M'Dougal, Hugh, clothier, 75 Love street — house, 82 

Oakshaw street 
M'Dougal, Hugh, bookkeeper at James Millar & Sons\50 
Love street — agent for Loudon and Staffordshire 
Fire Insurance Co. (Limited) 
M'Douga-l, James A., of M'Dougal Brothers, 29 St James 

street 
M'DOUGAL BEOTHEES, booksellers, manufacturing 
stationers, printers, and lithographers, 4 Moss street 
and 106 Causeyside 
M'Dougall, Misses, dress and mantle makers, 16 High st, 
M'Dougall, Mrs, 2 Hamilton place 
M'Dowall, James, flesher, 41 Ferguslie 
MACDUFF, JAMES, chemist and druggist, 100 High 

street- — house, 86 do. 
M'Duff, William S., dental assistant to T. R. Cameron, 

28 Gauze street 
M'EACHBAN, MES, wine and spirit merchant, 3 

Orchard street 
H'Elwham, John, broker, 26 Old Sneddon 
M'Elwee, George M., traveller, 8 Storie street 
M'Elwee, John K., fishmonger and curer, 18 Cotton 

street- — bouse, 7 Anehor Buildings, Seedhill 
M'Ewan, John, organist and teacher of music, 4 Garth- 
land street 
M'Ewan, John, jun , organist, St. Mary's B.C. Chapel, 

Queen street 
M'Fadyen, W., linen and woollen draper, 6 Moss street 

— house, Janefield place 
M'Fadyen, James, fishmonger and confectioner, 5S 

George street 
MACFADYEN, JAS. E., auctioneer and .valuator, 
•^-house, 28 Wellmeadow — office, 46 Moss street- 
sale auction hall and store, 16 Causeyside 
MACFADYEN, W , draper, 109 High street (Terrace 
buildings) and 6 Moss street — house, Janefield place, 
Lyleslarid 
Macfadzeau, John, blacksmith, 4 Glen laue — housie, 31 

St. James street 
MACFAliLAlN^E & CO., pawnbrokers, 16 Old Sneddon 



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M'Farlane, Alexander, boot and shoemiker, Qf Causey- 
side 
MAlCFARLANE & CO., wholesale wine and spirit mer- 
chants, 29 Lady lane 
Macfarlane, Alexander, of Macfarlane & Co., pawn- 
brokers, 1 Garthland street — agent for the Scottish 

Imperial Insurance Company 
M'Farlane, Archibald, engineer, jobbing smith, and bell 

hanger, 6 St. Mirren street --house, 1 G-arthland 

street — (See advertisement) 
Macfarlane, Daniel, wine and spirit merchant, 32 Well 

street 
MACFARLANE, D., dyer, Underwood road dyeworks 

— residence, Westraarch House 
Macfarlane, D., at J. & P. Coats', 16 West Campbell st. 
Macfarlane, Daniel, of Macfarlane & Co., wine and 

spirit merchants, Castlehead 
MACFARLAN, DANIEL, Procurator-Fiscal of Ren- 

frewshire, 5 County place — house, Nethercommon 

cottage 
M'Farlane, Duncan, designer at J. Templeton & Co.'s, 

Greenhead, Glasgow, 1 Stanley place, Paisley 
MACFARLAN, E. M., 5 County place- -house, Nether- 

conimon cottage 
M'Farlane, Mrs Elizabeth, 14 Cotton street — house, 14 

Thread street 
M'Farlane, George, grocer, 21 New Smithhills 
M'Farlane, George, officer Free Middle Church, 19 

School wynd 
M'FARLAND, GRAHAM, Beltrees 
M'FARLANE, GRAHAM JAMES, of J. & G. M'Far- 

lane, Beltrees 
MACFARLANE, HUGH, agent for British Linen Co.'s 

Bank, 17 Gilmour street 
MACFARLANE, J. & G., manufacturing chemists, 

Brediland and Johnstone Chemical works 
Macfarlane, James, of Macfarlane, Son, & Co., Stanley 

place, 50 Causeyside 
Macfarlane, Son, & Co., manufacturers, 6 Forbes place 
Macfarlane, John, The Ferns, Carriagehill 



100 PATSLEr. 

M'FARLANE, JOHNORAHAM, of J. & G M^Farlane, 
Bel trees 

M'Parlane, Malcolm, at J. B. Lamb's, 12 High street — « 
house, Gleuiffer view, Elderslie 

Macfarlane, Miss, Canal Bank, 40 Canal street 

Macfarlane, Misses, Monkshaw, Renfrew road 

M'Farlane, Mrs Alexander, 7 Hunter street 

M'Farlane, Mrs P., grocer, 5 Mossvale lane 

Macfarlane, Robert, grocer and victualler, 17 Cotton 
street— house, 12 Abbey street 

MAOFEDKIES, WILLIAM T., house painter, 32 High 
street — house, 86 High street 

MAC FEE, JOHN", seedsman and agent for Taddy's 
snuff, 1 St. Mirren street — house, 9 Sandholes — (See 
advertisement) 

Macfee, Robert, secretary Paisley Horticultural Society, 
1 St. Mirren street 

M'G-aw, Jam.es, teacher, 22 Newton street 

M 'GALL AN, JAMES S., coal merchant, Underwood 
Depot — house, 5 Camphill place 

M'Gallan, John G., hairdresser, 91 Causeyside — house, 
30 George street 

M'GEACHY, JAMES, cabinetmaker, bedding and bed- 
stead manufacturer, 49 Moss street ; also, 9 Stockwell 
street, Glasgow — house, 4 Royal Terrace, Cross- 
hill 

M'GECHAN, JOHN, of Cochran & M'Gechau, 14 Bar- 
clay street 

M'GEE, WALTER, & SON, engineers, millwrights, 
machine and tool makers, Albion Works, Stoney 
brae 

M'Gee, Walter, engineer, 10 St. James street 

M'Gee, William, of W. M'Gee & Son, Albion cottage 
Lyiesland 

M'GEE, ADAM B., of Shedden, M'Gee, & Davie, 2 
Caledonia street 

M'Gee, Hector, licensed grocer, 1 St. James street — 
house, 9 do. 

M'Gee, James, officer Martyrs' Church, 64 Broomlands 

M'Gee, David, engineer, Mossfield Villa 



PATSLBT. 101 

M'G-ee, Walter, clerk, Bank of Scotland, Mossvale road, 
Greenock road 

M'GEOCH, ANDREW, veterinary siargeon, 4 Mill street 
— house, 1 G-arthland lane 

M^Geoch, David, & Son, horse shoers and general jobbing 
smiths, 4 Mill street 

M'Geoch, Mrs A., confectioner, 57 George street 

M'Ghee, Gavin, gardener to Wm. Johnston, Beauchamp, 
Love street 

M'Ghee, Patrick, metal and machinery merchant, 13 
Old Sneddon 

M'Ghie, John, grocer and spirit dealer, 13 Abbey street 

M'Ghie, John, cowfeeder, 32 King street 

M'Ghie, William, writer, agent for Standard Life Assur- 
ance Co., Guardian Fire Office, and National Pro- 
vident Institution, 109 High street — house, 4 Bank 
street 

M'Gibbon, James, cashier and book-keeper to Isdale & 
M'Callum, 7 High street. Cross 

M'GIBBON, JOHN, of Robertson & M'Gibbon, 4 
William street 

M'Gibbon, Mrs James, 7 High street, Cross 

M'Gibbon, Richard F., watchmaker and jeweller, 4 Moss 
street — house, 14 Wellmeadow 

M'GILL, JOHN, grain and provision merchant, 13 Old 
Sneddon— house, 6Q Back Sneddon 

M'Glashan, Duncan, sewing machine and shuttle manu- 
facturer, Underwood lane. Paisley, and 26 George 
street, Glasgow 

M'Govvn, Adam, contractor, engine waste and bass broom 
manufacturer, Williamsburgh Works — house, 17 
Williamsburgh 

M'GOWN, ALEXANDER B., accountant and insur- 
ance agent, and treasurer to the Paisley Heritable 
Property Investment Society, 14 Gilmour street- 
house, Netberpark, Calside — (See advertisement) 

M'GOWN, JOHN, accountant, cashier of Savings Bank, 
and insurance agent, 14 Gilmour street — house, 
Camphill— (See advertisement) 

M'Gown, Neil, confectioner, 29 Ferguslie 

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102 PAISLEY. 

M'Gown, Thomas, cashier at James Harvey & Co.'s, 50 

Stanley place, Causeyside 
M'Gown, William G., consulting engineer, 59 Love st. 
M'Grath, Patrick, baker, 69 Back Sneddon 
M'Gregor, Charles, spirit merchant, 9 North Croft — - 

house, do. 
Macgregor, D. G., traveller with John Peacock, vope- 

maker, 85 High street — house, 6 Underwood build- 
ings 
MACGREGOR, JOHN ROSS, manager at Lonend Dye 

works, Lonend Cottage 
Macgregor, Mrs J., 1 Garthland lane 
MACGREGOR, PATRICK COMYN, F.R.H.S., of 

Leckie & Macgregor, Lonend House 
Macgregor, Thomas, at William Henderson & Son's, New 

Wynd, Glasgow — house, 40 Broomlands 
M'Gregor, William, hair cutter, 34 Old Sneddon 
M'Houl, Mrs, spirit dealer, 9 Orchard street — house, 25 

do. 
M'Houl, James, at Wm. Hatrick & Sons', 4 George st. 
M'Hutchison, D, at George Dobie's, Clydevievv terrace, 

Springbank road 
M'Hutchison, Miss, dressmaker, Clydeview terrace, Spring- 
bank road 
M'Hutchison, Mrs, grocer, 20 Glen street 
M'llwrick, William, fruit merchant, 69 Love street — 

house, 2 Niddry street 
Macilquham, J. P. D., cashier at A, Bell & Sons — house, 

Falside 
M'Indoe, Mrs, grocer, 15 Ferguslie 
M'Indoe, Rev. William, of Free Martyrs' Church, 97 

George street 
M'Indoe, Robert, farmer, Easter Walkinshaw 
M'INNES, MACKENZIE, & LOCHHEAD, writers, 7 

Gilraour street 
M'INNES, JOHN, of M'Innes, Mackenzie, & Lochhead, 

Garthland place, and Landour, Largs 
M'Innes, H., baker, 103 Causeyside 
M'INNES, J. & W"., joiners. Lady lane 
M'lniies, James, of J, & W. M'Innes, 9 Sandholes 



PAISLEY. 103 

M'Innes, William, of J. & W. M'Innes, 3 John street 

M'Imies, John, cabinetmaker, joiner, and weavers' 
wriglit, William street — house, 12 Sandholes 

M'Innes, John, gardener to William Wotherspoon, Max- 
wellton House — house, 32 Newton street 

M'Innes, Robert, tobacconist, 71 Broomlands 

M'INTOSH, ALEX. S., restaurateur, 26 Gauze street- 
house, 30 Cameron street 

M'Intosh, Andrew, & Co., tanners, curriers, and leather 
merchants, 7 New Smithhil'ls 

M'lNTYRE, HUGH, & CO., shipbuilders, Merksworth 

M'INTYRE, HUGH, of M'lntyre & Co., Abbotsburn 
House, Inchinnan road 

M'lntyre, James, at Thomson, Smith, & Co.'s, 28 High 
street, agent for Queen Insurance Co. — house, 4 
Camp hill 

M'lntyre, Mrs Alexander, spirit dealer, 89 and 37 
Causeyside 

M'lntyre, Neil, cowfeeder. 12 Storie street 

M'lntyre, Robert, hosier. 60 George street 

M'INTYRE, WILLIAM, JUN., & CO., wholesale 
stationers, card and pasteboard, and jacquard loom 
card manufacturers, and paper stainers — works, 
Blackball Mill 

M'KAIG, THOMAS, brickmaker and brick builder, 
Victoria Brickworks, 28 Love street — house, Wallace 
cottage, 30 New Sneddon 

Mackay, James, clerk J. P. Clerk's office, 63 George st. 

MACKAY, JOHN, & CO., pawnbrokers, 32 Gauze 
street and 70 Broomlands — house, 31 Gauze street 

Mackay, Neil, at John Mackay & Co.'s, 31 Gauze street 

M'Kay, John, out-door collector of police and water 
rates, agent for Co-operative Insurance Co., Limited, 
and treasurer Paisley Provident Co-operative Society, 
1 Argyle street ; also, local secretary for the repeal 
of the Contagious Diseases Acts, and on Inter- 
national Arbitration 

M'Kay, John, outfitter, 7 New Smithhills and 12 Old 
Sneddon — house, 26 Causeyside 

M'Kay, William, gas meter inspector, l-l Broomlands 



104 



PAISLEY. 



M'Kay, John, cooper, and grocer and confectioner, 56 

Storie street 
M'Kay^ William, gi'ocei*, Livingstone place, 30 Carriage- 
hill 
M'Kean, James A. D., of Muir& Anderson, 8 Garthland 

place 
MACKEAN, JAMES A., of William Sim & Co., Mary. 

field, Calside 
M'Kean, James, baker, 36 High street 
M'Kean, James, jun., "wine and spirit merchant, lOO 

George street — house, Castlehead 
M'Kean, James, jun., at Thos. W. Macalpine & Co.^s, 36 

High street 
M'Kean, James, wholesale and retail wine and spirit 

merchant, 63 Causeyside — house, Newton Bank, 

Castlehead 
M'Kean, John, writer, and notary public, 46 Moss street 

---house, Newton Bank, Castlehead 
M'Kean, J., wine and spirit merchant, 75 Broomlands 
MacKean, Miss, 3 West Croft 
MacKean, Mrs Robert, Greenock road 
MacKean, Robert, baker, 52 Caledonia street 
MacKean, Norman M., 8 Garthland place 
MacKean, William Muir, of Muir & Anderson, 93 Neff 

Sneddon 
MACKEAN, WILLIAM, starch and corn-flour manufac- 
turer, St. Mirren's Works, Macdowall street — house, 

8 Garthland place 
MACKEAN, WILLIAM S., of Wm. Sim & Co., 

Greenock road 
M'KECHNIE, ALEXANDER, messenger-at-arms, 4 

Moss street — house, 28 Old Sneddon 
M'KECHNIE. JOHN, shawl, &c., manufacturer, 14 

Causeyside — house, Riversdale, Langbank 
M'Kechnie, William, spirit merchant, 28 Back Sneddon 
M'Kechnie, William, M.D., Thorndean, Elderslie 
M'Kechnie, Malcolm, manufacturer, Annfield place, 

Lylesland 
MACKELLER, ARCHIBALD, potato and grain 

merchant, 42 Moss street — house, 22 Oakshaw street 



f AISLE?. 105 

M'Kellar, Archibald, grocer, 84 Causeyside— house, 27 
G-eorge street 

M'KELLAR, DANIEL, grocer, 28 George street- 
house, 23 do. 

MacKellar, John, Marcbfield, Inchinnan road 

M'KELLAR, MATTHEW H., grocer and victualler, 
35 High street — house, 130 George street 

M'Kelvie, Mrs, ladies' nurse and midwife, 5 Love street 

M'Kendrick, A., bearaer, 9 Maxwellton street — house, do. 

MACKENZIE, ALEXANDER, of M'Innes, Mackenzie, 
& Lochhead, St. Catherine's, Corsebar 

Mackenzie, Archibald, of Mackenzie Brothers, North 
Greenhill 

Mackenzie Brothers, starch and corn flour manufacturers, 
Abercorn Works, Renfrew road, and Caledonia 
Works, Murray street 

Mackenzie, George R, restaurateur and purveyor, 6 
High street. Paisley, and 10 West Nile street, Glas- 
gow — house, 22 St James street 

Mackenzie, George S,, of Mackenzie Brothers, North 
Greenhill 

Mackenzie, Daniel, of Mackenzie Brothers, North Green- 
hill 

Mackenzie, Mrs, North Greenhill 

M'Kenzie, Gilbert, wine and spirit merchant, "Tanna-i 
hill Rest,'' house, 25 Carriagehill 

M'KENZIE, GEORGE, photographer, 5 Gilmour street 
— house, Dromorne, Renfrew road 

M'Kenzie, Hugh, jun., tailor, 98 Causeyide 

M'Kenzie, James, sluicekeeper, Stanely Cottage 

M'KENZIE, PETER, nurseryman, seedsman, and florist, 
Bellfield Nursery, Cartvale, Love street — shop, 68 
St. Vincent street, Glasgow 

M'Kie, James, flesher, 14 Broomlands 

M'Kie, Mrs John, flesher, 2 Lawn street 

Mackie, William, smith, 4 Christie street 

M'Killigan, Duncan, woollen and linen draper, 15 High 
street — house, 9 Sandholes 

M'Kim, John, broker, 7 Storie street 

M'Kinlay, John, 6 Buchanan terrace 



106 PAiSLEt. 

M'Kialaj, John, officer, Free St. George's, and house 

factor) 37 New street 
M'KINLAY, M., milliuer and dressmaker, and baby 

Hneu establishment, 29 High street — -house, 6 

Buchanan terrace 
M'Kinlay, Miss, 43 Oakshaw street 
M'Kinlay, R, C, letter carrier, 12 Galloway street 
M'Kinlay, William, warehouseman at Clark & Co.'s, 9 

Lonend 
M'Kinnon, Alexander, fireman, 23 New Sneddon 
M'KinnoD, Lachlan, at M'Innes, Mackenzie, & Lochhead, 

2 Buchanan terrace 
M'LACHLAN, DAVIi3, of Bell & M'Lachlan, 3 

Underwood 
M'Lachlan, James, coal merchant, Gordon's lane and 

Underwood Depot — house, 4 Williamsburgh 
M'LACHLAN, JOHN, of Bow, M'Lachlan, & Co., 

Saucel bank 
M'LACHLAN, MRS JOHN, grocer and spirit merchant, 

5 Moncrieff street — house, 3 Back Sneddon 
M'LACHLAN, JOHN, wine and spirit merchant, 70 

Broomlands 
M'Lachlan, Joseph, shoemaker, 7 Lawn street 
M'Lachlan, L. R., photographer, 7 Moss street 
M'Lachlan, Mrs, fish dealer, 45 Causeyside — house, 68 do. 
M'Lauchlan, milliner and confectioner, 46 Calside 
M'Lauchlan, Robert, coal merchant — office, 109 High 

street (Terrace buildings) — house, 7 Stevenson st. 
M'Lauchhn, Alexander, police officer, 17 Wardrop street 
M'Lauglan, Joseph, shoemaker, 7 Lawn street 
M'LAUDIE, JAMES, & SONS, woollen finishers, 

Meikleriggs 
M'Lardie, David, of James M'Lardie & Sons, Lagnacraig, 

Meikleriggs 
M'Lardie, James, of James M'Lardie & Sons, Lagnacraig, 

Meikleriggs 
M'Lardie, John, of James M'Lardie & Sons, 16 West 

Campbell street 
MacLaren, Duncan, teller. Union Bank of Scotland 

(Limited), Q6 Love street 



PAISLEY. 107 

M'Laren, Mrs, greengrocer, 19 Orchard street 
M'Laren, James, refreshment rooms, 23 New street 
M'Lean, Alexander, grocer, 3 Clark's baildings — -housej 

4 Galloway street 
M'Lean, Alexander, weigher, Town's Weighs, St. James 

street — house, 9 Glen street 
M'Lean, Angus, joiner, edge tool maker, and ironmonger, 

37 Moss street 
M'Lean, Dugald, clerk, Abbay Parochial Board — house, 

29 Canal street 
M'Lean, James, tailor and clothier, 33 High street- 
house, 34 do. 
M'Lean, John, grocer, 67 Causeyside and 3 Clark's 

Buildings, Underwood — house, 8 Stevenson street 
M'Lean, Mrs Alexander, spirit dealer, 6 Cotton street — ■ 

house, 5 East Buchanan street 
M'Lean, Mrs, dressmaker, 3 Clark's Buildings 
M'LEAN, NEIL, baker and grain merchant, 105 George 

street 
M'Lean, Ealph, shoemaker, 67 Canal street 
M'LEAN, ROBERT, agent for Cowan & Co., Greenlaw 

Goods Station — house, 2 Janefield place 
M'Lellan, Alexander, violinist and teacher of dancing, 

40 New street — (See advertisement) 
M'Lellan, Hugh, grocer, 28 Castle street 
M'Lennan, T. B., shawl manufacturer, 113 Causeyside — 

house, 3 Stow place 
M'LENNAN, W. B., of Campbell & M'Lennan, Castle- 
head 
M'Leod, Matthew, house factor and coal merchant, 
Underwood and Stoney Brae Depots — house, 87 
High street (opsposite head of New street) 
M'LEOD, MRS MARY, wine and spirit merchant, 14 

Neilston road — house, 1 Alexandra place 
M'Leod, Mrs N. F., 2 New Smithhills 
M'Leod, Robert C, waste merchant, 89 Causeyside 
M'Ltiskie, Peter, flesher, 25 Moss street — house, 73 Love 

street 
M'Luskie, Peter, jun., flesher, 3 Neilston street— house, 
73 Love street 



108 PAISLEY. 

M'Mahon, Joseph J., Inland Revenue officer, 97 High 

street — house, 4 Calside place 
M'Mahon, Peter, porter at John Stewart & Co.'s, 23 

George street 
M'Master, Alexander, gardenier to M. Muir, Greenhill, 1 

Clark's buildings 
M'Meikan, Mrs, teacher. Industrial School, 56 Caledonia 

street 
M'Millan, Daniel, foreman at Adam M'Gown's brush 

factory, 17 Williamsburgh 
M'Milla-n, Fergus, confectioner, 8 Lawn street 
M'Millan, James, wine and spirit merchant, 16 Causey- 
side — house, 140 do. 
M'Millan, John, sen., foreman at Greenlaw Goods Sta- 
tion, 19 Underwood 
M'Millan, John, jun., clerk at Greenlaw Goods Station, 

19 Underwood 
M'Millan, John, bellhanger, 21 Glen street 
M'Millan, Robert, cowfeeder, 9 Canal street 
M'MILLAN, WILLIAM, cork manufacturer, 13 High 

street — house, 35 do. 
M'MILLAN, WILLIAM, confectioner, 35 Wellmeadow 
M'Monigle, John, manager egg department at h?pei3ce & 

Sons', 6 Canal street 
M'Monigle, Henry, contractor, G Canal street 
M'Morland, William, egg merchant, 22 Wel'meadow 
M'Murray & Co., wholesale confectioners, 36 High street 
M'Murray, James, chemist and druggist, 19 George street 
M'MUEKICH, JAMES, & CO., wholesale boot and shce 

manulacturers, 32 High street 
M'Murrich, James, of James M'Murrich & Co., 32 High 

street 
M'Nab, Mrs Agnes, wine and spirit merchant, 26 

Carriagehill 
M'Nair, Duncau, grocer, vioitualler, and grain merchant, 

2 High street, 25 Moss street, and Clyde view ter 

race, Spriiigbank roa-d — house. 25 Moss street 
M'Nair, Duncan, manufactarer, 4 Cumberland co-urt, 

Causeyside — house, 145 George street 
M-]S^air, Hugh, farmer, Meikleriggs 



PAISLEY. 109 

M'^Nair, Matthew, Paisley and Glasgow carrier, 6 Bank 

street 
M'NAIR, JOHN, & CO., coach builders, 3 Mill 

street 
M'NAIR, JOHN, grocer, 50 George street— house, 122 

do. 
M'Nair, John, of Johsi M'Nair & Co., 3 Mill street 
M'NAIR, WILLIAM, of Armstrong & M'Nair, 20 Old 

Sneddon 
M'Nally, Mrs, fruiterer, 1 8 Moss street 
M^Naught, Alexander^ secretary Manufacturing Co- 
operative Society, 33 George street 
M'Naught, Hugh, cowfeeder, 3 New street 
M'Naught, John, spirit merchant, 16 Gauze street — ■ 

house, 11 lukle street 
M'Naught, Margaret, furniture dealer, 38 New street 
M'Naught, Miss, 15 Gilmour street 
M'Naught, Mrs, Lawn Street Dairy, 18 Lawn street 
M'Naughton, Alexander, joiner and wood merchant, 6 

New Siiiithhills — house, 7 do. 
M'NAUGHTON, ARTHUR, superintendent of Fire 

Brigade, 4 Moss street 
M'Naughton, Jane, milliner, 23 Abbey street 
M'Naughton, James, manufacturer, 113 Causeyside — 

house, 7 George street 
M^NAUGHTON, JOHN, manager to M. Robertson & 

Co., Foxbar 
M'NEE, JOHN, iron and machinery merchant, 9 Aber- 

corn street — house, 13 Thread street 
M^Nee, Robert, tailor and clothier, 1 Old Smithhills 

house, 6 Moss street 
McNeil & Brown, joiners, Camphill 
M'Neil, James, of M'Neil & Brown, 8 Camphill place 
M'Neil, John, grocer and provision merchant, 19 Well. 

meadow — house, 20 do. 
M'Neil, J., milliner, 20 Wellmeadow 
M'NEIL, PETER, manager at Anderson & Wallach's 

Abercorn Oil Works — house, 16 Gilmour street ' 
M'NEIL, P h TER, spirit merchant, 109 High street-— 

house, 16 Gilmour street 

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110 PAISLEY. 

M'Neill, William, wine and spirit merchant, 19 Well- 
meadow — house, 20 do. 

M'NIOOL, JOHN, purveyor and pastry cook, 5 Moss 
street — house, do. — (See advertisement) 

M'NISH, MRS WILLIAM, boot and shoe manufac- 
turer, 5 County place and 41 Moss street — house, 9 
Moss street 

M'NISH, ROBERT, beot and shoe manufacturer, 92 
Hi^h street —house, 14 Wellmeadovv 

Macphersen, Alexander, sheriff and town officer, 7 
Churchhill — house, 26 Gakshaw street 

M'Pherson, Donald, inspector, Burgh Police, Abbey Lodge 

Mcpherson, Duncan, cowfeeder, Gibbie's Bush, King st. 

M'Pherson, Henry, commission agent, and superintendent 
of Abbey Burying Ground, 4 Smithhills 

M'Pherson, John, ham curer at John Spence & Sons', 1 
Ralston square 

M'Pherson, Joseph, baker, 79 Broomlands 

M'Pherson, Mrs Robert, blacking, polishing paste, and 
liquid blue manufacturer, 8 Shuttle street 

M'Qween, Thomas, joiner, Lady lane — house, ISl George 
street 

M 'Queen, Robert, tailor, 7 Bridge street 

M'Rae, Alexander, storekeeper, Prison 

MacRobert, Thomas, writer, deputy Clerk of the Peace 
for Renfrewshire, and Clerk to the Paisley School 
Board, County Buildings— house, Castlehead 

M'Stravick, David, flesher, 3 Neilstou street — house, 
Albert place, Espedair street 

M'TAGGART, DANIEL, tailor and clothier, 8 Orr 
square — house, 36 High street — (See advertisement) 

M'Vey, Daniel, of Campbell & M'Vey, builders, 19 Well- 
meadow 

M'Vey, John, tobacconist, 2 Lawn street 

M'Walter, Allan, plumber and gasfitter, 23 New Smith- 
hills-- house, 51 Caledonia street 

M'Walter, Eliaabeth, spirit dealer, 19 Maxwellton 
street 

M'Whinnie, John, carver and gilder, 8i High street— 
house, Craigielea 



PAISLEY. Ill 

M*WILLIaM, JOHN, of J. & J. M'William, spirit mer- 
chants, 88 Queen street, Glasgow — house, Fairfield, 
Gateside, Renfrew road 

NAIRN, ARCHIBALD, clerk to A. F. Craig & Co., 

Caledonia Engine Works, 13 Abbey street 
NAISMITH & SCOTT, drapers, 86 High street 
NAISMITH, WILLIAM, of Naismith & Scott, 2 

Buchanan terrace 
NATIONAL BANK OF SCOTLAND (Limited) St. 

Mirren street — Peter Guilleaunie, agent 
NATIONAL SECURITY SAVINGS BANK, 13 Gil- 

mour street — John M'Gown, cashier and actuary — 

{See advertisement) 
Neil, Archibald, bottler, 13 and 14 Newton street — house, 

26 do. 
Neil, James, tinsmith, plumber, and ironmonger, 13 

Broomlpnds 
NEIL, JANb^T, milliner, 1 East lane 
Neil, John, blanket and tweed manufacturer, 6 Wardrop 

street 
Neil, Robert, manager, Underwood Co-operative Com- 
pany, 53 High street 
Neilson, Matthew, carver and gilder, 85 High street — 

house, 131 George street 
Neilson, William, carver, gilder, and picture frame mj^ker, 

85 High street — house, do. — (See advertisement) 
Neilson, William, clerk. Justice of Peace Clerk's office, 

18 Orchard street 
Neilson, William, ironmonger, 4 Wellmeadow — house, 7 

West brae 
Ness, Mrs John, spirit merchant, 1 North Bridge street 
Newton, Mrs, grocer, 16 Maxwellton street 
Newton, William, grocer and spirit merchant, 34 Glen 

street 
NICOL, JOHN, of W. Caldwell & Co., 9J Stevenson st. 
Nicol, Walter S., accountant. Commercial Bank of 

Scotland (Limited) — house, 138 George street 
Nicolini, Peter, fruiterer and confectioner, and ice cream 

i^op, 12 Broomlands — house, 15 do. 



112 PAISLEY. 

Nicolson, Dauiel, lieutenant Burgh Police, 4. Camphill 

place 
Nicolson, John, commission agent^ S4 Argyle street, 

Glasgow — house, Marylea, Calside 
NISBET, ALEXANDER F., pawnbroker, 24 Gauze 

street — honse, 7 do. 
NISBET, ALEXANDER, surveyor of taxes, 97 High 

street — house, Mavis Bank, Partick Hill, Glasgow 
Kisbet, John, manufacturer, 109 Causeyside 
Nisbet, William, 2 Buchanan terrace 
Kiven, Hugh, wine and spirit merchant, 110 George st. 
NX YEN, JOHN C, district secretary, Mutual Provident 

Alliance Friendly Society, 4 Stow street 
Niven, Mrs, stoneware dealer, 17 Ferguslie 
!Niven, John Coutts, teacher, Carbrook Street School 

— house, 22 Wellmeadow 
Niven, Malcolen, cowfeeder, 33 Causeyside 
Niven, Rev. Frederick C., minister of North Church, 

The Manse, 51 Love street 
Niven, Mrs Robert, general dealer, 5 Castle street 
!Niven, William, salt merchant, 66 George street 
Noble, Henry, butter and egg merchant, 7 Cotton street 

— house, 7 Mill street 
Noble, John J., hotel-keeper, Abercorn Hotel, 9 Gauze st. 
NOBLE, WILLIAM, mineral agent, Caledonian Railway 

Company, Paisley Mineral Depot — horse, 24 Glen st 
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Co. — agents, James B, 

Lamb, and J. D.Wilson, 12 High street 
NORTH BRITISH DAILY AND WEEKLY MAIL 

OFFICE, 5 County place^— James Drewette, corres- 
pondent and reporter 
Notman, Misses, music teachers. Park place, Calside 
Notman, Mrs W. J., Park terrace, Underwood 

Ogilvie, Mrs, draper, 3 Love street 

OGSTON, WILLIAM, manager, Apothecaries' Hall, 8 

High street 
Oliver, Airs Robert, 32 Calside 
Olivar, Robert, cashier to Brown & Poison, 3 Mansfield 

place 



PAISLEY. .113 

Oliver, Robert, baker, 73 Love street 

Orchardsoii, David L., clerk, Commercial Bank of Scot- 
land (Limited) 

Orchardson, Joliu, weaver, 6 Grlen street 

ORCHARDSOilN, JOHN, Juq., manager Caledonia 
Factory, Meadovvbank Villa, Greenock road 

Orchardson, John, tertius, warehouseman, Meadowbank 
Villa, Greenock road 

Orchardson, Robert, ham curer and provision merchant, 
25 Old Sneddon — house, 44 Calside 

Orchardson, Robert, at C. Davidson's, Terrace buildings 
— house, Meadowbank Villa, Greenock road 

Ormiston, William James, accountant, Royal Bank of 
Scotland ; agent for North British and Mercantile 
Fire and Life Insurance Company ; Life Association 
of Scotland, and National Provident Institution ; and 
Scottish Accident Insurance Company (Limited) — 
house, 66 Love street 

Orr, Daniel, clerk, Goods Station, 35 High street 

Orr, James, baker, 55 Causeyside 

Orr, Miss Jane, bookseller and tobaeconist, 29 Canal 
street — house, 37 Btorie street 

Orr, Mrs Andrew, spirit merchant, 13 High street 

Orr, Mrs, grocer, 29 Glen street 

Orr, Robert, clerk, Greenlaw Goods Station, Elderslie 

Orr, Robert, green grocer, 3 Lawn street 

ORR, THOMAS, fancy bread and biscuit baker, 13 St. 
James place — house, 2 Back Sneddon 

Osborne, James, officer St. George's Church, 7 George 
street 

O'Brien, Peter, officer St. Mary's R. C. Church, 22 
Queen street 

O'Donnell, James, confectioner, 12 Dyers' Wynd — house, 
8 Orr square — (See advertisement) 

O'May, William, grocer, 17 Wellmeadow 

O'Neil, Charles, salesman to Paisley Provident Co-opera- 
tive Society, 139 George street — house, 6 Camphill 
place 

O'Neil, James, of A. H. Park & Co., Annfield place, 
Lylesland 

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114 PAiittfi 

PAISLEY BREAD ASSOCIATION, 7 Hospital lane 
— Dah'jmple Lyle, clerk 

Paisley Clothing Company, clothiers aild outfitters, 103 
High street (Cross) 

PAISLEY COFFEK. ROOM, 107 High street (Cross) 

Patent Convex Weaving Company, 153 George street^ 
and 64 Gordon street, Glasgow 

PAISLEY CO-OPERATIVE MANUFACTURING 
SOCIETY (Limited), manufacturers and ware- 
housemen, 114 Causeyside — Alexander M'Naught^ 
manager and secretarv 

t^AISLEY CORPORATION GAS OFFICE, 23 Moss 
street 

^'PAISLEY DAILY EXPRESS," published every after- 
noon, price |d — offices, 15 and 16 Causeyside — - 
William A. Lochhead, proprietor 

Paisley Equitable Co-operative Society, 9 Stock street ; 
Branch shop, 2 Bute place 

"PAISLEY HERALD" PRINTING ESTABLISH- 
MENT, 10 Moss street — (See advertisement) 

PAISLEY FEMALE HOUSE OF REFUGE, Stow 
place — (See advertisement) — Robert Bird, treasurer 

PAISLEY INDUSTRIAL AND RAGGED SCHOOL^ 
Albion street— Thomas Smith, superintendent 

PAISLEY INFIRMARY, Bridge street (Burgh)— John 
M'Govvn, treasurer, 14 Gilmour street 

PAISLEY PAROCHIAL BOARD OFFICE, 8 New 
Sneddon — Robert Rowand, inspector 

PAISLEY PROVIDENT CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY' 
(Limited), grocers and provision merchants, and 
dealers in boots, shoes, coals, &c., 68 Love street, 
54 Broomlands, 21 Gauze street, and 26 Causey- 
side ; central shop, 139 George Street — John 
Lauchlau, bookkeeper 

PAISLEY^ SAVINGS BANK, 14 Gilmour street— 

Jolm M'Gown, cashier — (See advertisement) 
Paisley Swimming Baths, 50 Storie street — Donald Baiuj 

superintendent 
*' PAISLEY AND RENFREWSHIRE GAZETTE" 

* OFFICE, 3 Moss street— J. & J. Cook, publishers 



. t^AiSLEY. ii5 

"PAISLEY HERALD AND EENFREWSHIRB 

ADVERTLSER" OFFICE, 10 Moss street, W. B. 

Watson, publisher — (See advertisement) 
Park, Alex. H., & Co^, wholesale and retail grocers, 105 

High street (Cross) 
I*ark, Alex, salesman to D. M'Nair, 2 High street 
PARK, REV. GEORGE, Middle Parish Church— 

house, 2 Garthland place 
Park, James, confectioner, 8 Broomlands 
Park, John, farmer, Greenhill 
Park, John, farmer, Mackie's Mill 
PARK, JOHN) wine and spirit merchontj 11 St. Jameg 

place — house, 9 St James street 
Park, Miss, 32 Oakshaw street 
Park, Mrs \lex. H., Oakshawhead 
Park, William, foreman Carting Department, Caledonian 

Railway Company^ Greenlaw Station, 19 Under- 
wood 
Park, William, farmer. South Gallowhill 
Park, William C, British Workmen Public House, 3 

Geol-ge street 
PARLANE, JAMES, silk mercer and general draper, 10 

High street, Cross — house, Marion Gi'ove, Castle- 
head — (See advertisement) 
Parlaue, James T., 10 High street — house, Marion GrovGj 

Castlehead 
PARLANE, JAMES, of J. & R. Parlane^ West brae 
Parlane, John M., 10 High street— house, Marion Grove^ 

Castlehead 
Parlane, John, manager at J. & R. Parlane's, Castlehead 
PARLANE, J. & R., printers, bookbinders, paper-rulers, 

and booksellers, 97 High street — works, 8 School 

wynd 
PARLANE, R. B., of J. & R. Parlane, Castlehead 
Paterson, A. & W., boot and shoemakers, 87 High street 

— factory, Elcho street, Glasgow 
Paterson, Allan, apprentice at R. & T. Russell's, writers, 

Octavia place. Kilmalcolm 
PATERSON, ANDREW, grocer, 15 Old Sneddon— 

house, 8 West Croft 



116 PAISLEf. 

Paterson, Andrew, teller, British. Linen Co.'s Bank, and 

agent for the Imperial Fire Insurance Company, 10 

Glen lane 
PATERSON & CO., lithographers and ornamental 

printers, 8 High street 
Paterson, David, general dealer, 17 Broomlands 
Paterson, Helen, furnisher and confectioner, 20 Orchard 

street 
PATERSON, JOSEPH, cabinetmaker and upholsterer, 

Paisley Bedding Warehouse, 94 Causeyside — house, 

do. • 
Paterson, James, 97 Causeyside 
Paterson, James, 19 Williamsburgh 
Paterson, James, baker, 188 G-eorge street 
PATERSON, JAMES, blacksmith, 4 St. James place — 

house, 3 Albert street 
Paterson, Janet, confectioner, 10 Moss street — house, 33 

St. James street 
PATERSON, JOHN, printer and stationer, 76 High 

street— (See advertisement) 
Paterson, John, fruiterer and confectioner, 45 New street 
Paterson, John, detective officer, 2 Clyde View terrace, 

Springbank road 
PATERSON, MRS HUGH, spirit dealer, 48 High st. 
Paterson, Miss, dreSvS and mantle maker, 112 George st. 
PATERSON, ROBERT, auctioneer, valuator, and land 

surveyor, 10 Bridge street 
Paterson, Robert M., at David Speirs & Co.'s, Speirsfield, 

Stevenson street 
Paterson, Robert M., 97 Causeyside 
Paterson, Samuel, tailor and clothier, 126 George street 
Paterson, William, traveller to Andrew Foulds & Son, 5 

Abbey street — house, 77 Causeyside 
Paterson William Gunn, accountant, Chamberlain's office, 

65 Love street 
Paterson, William, general dealer, 22 Broomlands 
Paterson, William., fruiterer, 36 Moss street 
PATON, ALEXANDER, spirit merchant, 4 Old Sneddon 

— house, 4 Clark's Buildings, Underwood road 
Paton, Mrs, Carriagehill Yilla 



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Paton, James, jun., wholesale stationer, 102 High street—^ 

house, 2 Mill place, Caraphill 
PATON, J. & J., cabinetmakers and upholsterers, 80 

High street — works, 22 Glen street 
Paton, James, of J. & J. Paton, 8 Moncrieff street 
Paton, John, jun., of J. & J. Paton, 1 Orr square 
Paton, John, furnisher, 8 Moncriefi street 
Paton, John, salesman^ 9 Neilston road 
Paton, Mrs, midwife, 3 Barr street 
Paton, Mrs E., grocer and spirit dealer, 88 Canal street 
PATON, ROBERT, joiner, packing-box maker, tin and" 

zinc case manufacturer, and gasfitter, 7 Marshall's 

lane— house, 4 Wellmeadow — (See advertisement) 
Paton, William, jobbing gardener and contractor, 6 

Prussia street 
Patrick, Mrs Thomas, baker, 69 Broomlands 
PATRICK, JAMES, baker, 38 High street 
PATTINSON, MISSES, principals Ladies' College, 

Townhead House, 42 High street 
PATTINSON, JAMES, Mus Bac. Cantab., professor of 

music, Townhead House, 42 High street 
PATTISON, JAMES, spirit merchant, 35 Moss street 
Pattison, William, marine engineer, 3 Buchanan terrace 
Pattison, Robert, bootmaker, 134 George street — house, 

52 Canal street 
Pattison, William, of Watson & Pattison, 5 West 

Buchanan street 
PAUL, J. G., of William Paul & Son, nurserymen and 

florists, Crossflat Nursery 
Paul, Matthew, grocer, 20 Broomlands — house, 45 High 

street 
PALL, WILLIAM, & SON, nurserymen, seedsmen, and 

florists, Wester Crossflat and Greenlaw, off Mill 

street 
Paul, William, confectioner, 79 Causeyside — house, do. 
Peacock, Gavin, grocer, 6 Greenhill road 
PEACOCK, JOHN, ropemaker, and sacking and pack- 
ing-sheet merchant, 85 High street — house, do. — • 

works, North Brediland 
Peacock, John, mill manager, 7 Calside place 



118 i»aisleY. 

Peacock, Miss Jessie, milliner and draper, 19 Broom- 
lands 
Peacocki, Mrs Robert,, baker^ 5 George street 
PEACOCK, ROBERT, grocer, 90 High street— house, 

Melbourne cottage^ Falside 
Peacock, William, gas meter inspector, 14 Wai*drop 

street 
Peacock, William, at John Peacock's, 85 High street — 

house, North Brediland 
PEATTIE, WILLIAM, clothier and tailor (Session 

Clerk for Middle Parish), 2 Gilmour iStreet— -house, 

Rockbank, Meikleriggs 
Peattie, William, jun., at J. & P. Coats*, Rockbank, 

Meikleriggs 
PEEBLES, HUGH, grocer, 40 Maxwellton 
Peden, William S., clerk, British Linen Company's Bank, 

Glasgow — house, Helena Villa, Greenock road 
Percy, Francis, grocer, 101 Causeyside and 34 Canal 

street — house, 5 Stow street 
Perrit, George, foreman to Cowan & Co., Greenlaw 

Goods Station — house, 1 South Croft 
Perrit, James, clerk at Caledonian Railway Co.'s mineral 

depot, 1 South Croft 
Peters, Joseph, cooper, 39 Moss street — house, 43 do, 
Phillips, A. M., clerk Union Bank of Scotland, 44 Cal- 

side 
Philips, William, elastic boot web manufacturer, Crag- 
foot Factory, Colinslee — house, Falside 
Phillips, Alexander, refreshment rooms, 26 Moss street 
■Phillips, John, spirit dealer, 62 Storie street — house, 53 

do. 
Pliilippi, Ernest, at J. & P. Coats's, Meikleriggs 
Picken, Alexander, weavers' wright, 2 Barclay street 
Picken, John, letter stamper, 26 Storie street 
Pinkerton, Alexander, gardener and green grocer, Kib- 

buckston cottage — shop, 19 Sandholes 
PINKERTON, ALLAN, spirit merchant, 57 Broomlands 

— house, 56 do. 
Pinkerton, David, of Ritchie & Pinkerton, Thrushcraig 

House 



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Pinkerton, James, ham cnrer and wholes&,le provision 

merehajit, 40 New street (under Trades' Hall) — 

house, Blythe Holm cottage, Calside 
Pinkerton, R., & Co., furnishing and general ironmongers, 

14 Moss street — house, 65 Back Sneddon 
Pinkerton, James, clerk at Robert Brown & Son's, 43 

High street 
Pinkerton, J. L., 11 Abercorn street 
PINKERTON, ROBERT, plumber, tinsmith, gasfitter, 

coppersmith, and bellhanger, 67 Back Sneddon 
Pinkerton, William, clerk National Bank of Scotland 

(Liraited)j Blythe Holm cottage, Calside 
Pinkerton, M. G., grain and potato merchant, 13 Aber- 
corn street — house, 11 do. 
Pinkerton, William, potato merchant, 11 Abercorn street 

— houfe, 14 do. 
Pollock, Andrew, 126 George street 
Pollock & Cochrane, bleachers, dyers, and finishers, 

Thrush craig 
Pollock, D. C, at Macfarlane, Son, & Co.'s, 126 George 

street 
POLLOCK & CO., yarn agents aiid merchants, also 

agents for West of England Insurance Compfasy, 

6 Cumberland Court, Causejside 
Pollock, James, teller, Umon Bank, and agent for West 

of England Fire and Life Insurance Company, and 

Norwich Life Assurance Company — house, 38 Osflk- 

shaw street 
Pollock, John W., at Alexander Stephen & Sons, Govan, 

38 Oakshaw street 
Pollock, Helen, teacher, East School, 9 Wellmeadow 
POLLOCK, ROBERT, M.D., of the T^^ester Chemical 

Company, LounsdaJe House 
Pollock, Robert, farmer, Amochrie 
Pollock, William, brJckbuilder and contractor, 3 Russell 

POLLOCK, WILLIAM, furnfture dealer, 101 Causey. 

side — house, 98 do. 
POLLOCK, WILLIAM, family grocer and provision 

merchant, 27 High street- —house, 86 do. 



120 PAISLEY. 

Pollock, Stewart, smith, 42 New street 

POLLOCK, WILLIAM, jun,, coal merchant, Hunter 

street — house, Lounsdale villa 
POLLOCK, WILLIAM, jun., of the Western Chemical 

and Colour Company, Lounsdale villa 
Pollock, William, waste dealer and broker, 58 Causeyside 
Poison. D. M., of William Poison & Co., Edgehill 
POLSON, JOHN, of Brown & Poison, and of William 

Brown & Son, West Mount 
POLSON, WILLIAM, & CO., starch, corn flour, and 

mustard manufacturers, Imperial Starch Works, 

Abercorn street 
POLSON, WILLIAM, of William Poison & Co., Edge- 
hill 
Porteous, Alexander, clerk, 16 Barclay street 
PORTEOUS, DUNDAS S., engineer, machinist, and 

tool maker, and iron and brass founder, Snawdoun 

Works, 65 Back Sneddon 
PORTEOUS, DUNDAS W., Snawdoun Works, Priors- 

croft House, 50 High street 
Porteous, Rev. John, minister Oakshaw Street U.P. 

Church — house, Mansfield place 
PORTER, JOHN, packing case maker, 9 New street— 

house, 26 Newton street 
Portei*, Thomas, warehousernan at M. Whitehill <fe Co.'s, 

14 Sir Michael street 
POST OFFICE Rli:CEIVING OFFICE, 70 Causeyside 

— W. Small, sub postmaster 
POTTIE, A. & M., veterinary horse-shoers and agricul. 

tural implement makers, 64 Love street 
Pottie, A. & M., & Co., veterinary horse-shoers and 

general smiths, 22 Gordon's lane 
POTTIE, ALEXANDER, M.R.C.V.S., veterinary sur- 

geon, 63 Love street 
POTTIE, MICHAEL, of A. & M. Pottie, 49 Love st. 
Pratt, David, joiner and cabinetmaker, 29 G-auze street — 

house, 9 Macfarlane's lane 
Prentice, Alex. R., foreman at R. Cowan's, flesher^ — house, 

86 High street 
Priestly, Samuel, Inland Revenue officer, 33 Gauae street 



PAISLEY 121 

Primrose, George, brickbuilder, Lady lane — house, 27 
George street 

PRIMROSE, J. C, teacher of dancing, 4 Smithhills — 
house, 80 Brooralands 

Primrose, R. M., baker, 56 Oauseyside 

Priugle, Matthew,- carter and cowfeeder, 24 Storie street 

Provan, Andrew, cowfeeder and market gardener — gar- 
dens, 13 Wellmeadow — house and shop, 3 Maxwell- 
ton street 

Provan, John, farmer, Bredilaiid 

Provan, Robert, Jan., clerk at James Reid's, dyer, 44 
Mill street 

Provan, Walter, grocer, 11 Causeyside 

Provan, WilHam, dairy, 4 Abingdon place 

Provident Co-Operative Society's Boot Shop, 81 High st 

Provident Equitable Society (Limited), 9 Stock street- 
James Todd, salesman 

PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE CO.— William Hill, 
superintendent, Garthland House 

Purdon, Andrew, officer of Inland Revenue, 48 Stanley 
place 

PURDON, JAMES, blacksmith, 9 New street— house, 
70 Canal street 

Purves, Mrs James, draper, 44 New street— house, 45 do. 

Quin, James, greengrocer, 68 George street 

Quin, John F., hairdresser, 82 Broomlauds — house, 21 

Old Sneddon 
Quin, Terence, hairdresser, 19 Moss street 

Rae, John, teller, Bank of Scotland, 2 Buchanan terrace 

Rae, Mrs E., grocer, 16 Ferguslie 

Rae, Samuel, flesher, 52 Caledonia street 

Ralph, James, grocer, 32 Canal street 

Ralston, John, cork cutter, 30 Orchard street 

Ramsay, James, grocer, 20 Abbey street 

Ramsay, James, letter carrier, 2 Garthland lane 

RAMSAY BROTHERS, millers and grain merchants, 

Hawkhead and Seedhill Mills 
Ramsay, James, of Ramsay Biothers, Hawkhead 

K 



122 BAISLEY. 

Ramsay, John, of Ramsay Brothers, Gleniffer place, 

Thornhill, Johnstone 
Kamsay, Hobert, of Ramsay Brothers, Hawkhead 
Ramsay, William, of Ramsay Brothers, Hawkhead 
Eankine, James, farmer, Nethfrton, Inchinnan road 
Rankine, James M., assistant teacher North School 
Rankine, John, & Co., brickmakers and brickbuilders, 

North Caledonia Brickworks, Love street 
Raper, Henry, manager of The Singer Manufacturing 

Company, 103 High street 
Ray, Mrs Samuel, grocer, 1§ Ferguslie 
Reid, Alexander, of Reid & Howie, Lochwinnoch 
Reid, Alexander, of Thomas Reid & Sons, 6 Bridge 

street 
Reiid & Howie, qnilt manufacturers, 13 Causeyside 
Reid, Hugh, clerk, Greenlaw Goods Station — house, 6 

Renfrew street 
Reid, James, stationer and fancy goods merchant, 11 Old 

Smithhills 
REID, JAMES, bookseller, stationer, and news ageni, 

18 High street — house, 90 do, 
Reid, James H. , weigher, Greenlaw Goods Station — 

honse, 1 Chi'istie street 
Reid, James, dyer, 9 New Smithhills— house, Greenhaugh, 

Renfrew road 
REID, JAMES, house painter, sign writer, and decorator, 

18 Causeyside — oil and colour store, 16 Causeyside 

— house, Sauce! Bank— ^(See advertisement) 
Reid, James, clerk to M'Innes, Mackenzie, & Lochhead, 

Gateside 
Reid, James, Stanley place, 48 Causeyside 
Reid, James, of Thomas Reid & Sons, 3 Cart street 
Reid, Jat^es, grocer, 31 George street 
Reid, James, at J. & P. Coats's. 32 Millarsten 
Reid, James, clerk at James Harvey & Co.'s George place 
Reid, John, cov,'feeder, 7 Neil str&et 
Reid, John, letterpress printer, 18 High street — hoase, 

Craigielea 
Reid, John, fruiterer and confectioner, 43 High street and 

7 Broomlands 



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Eeid, John, of Thomas Reid & Sons, 7 Mill street 
Reid, John grocer, 30 Canal street — house, 4 Wardrop 

street 
Reid, Misses, milliners and dressmakers, 69 Brooralands 
Reid, M., hosier and furnisher, 11 Old Smithhills — 

house, Bishopton 
Reid, Robert, clerk at Thomas Reid & Son's, New Ross- 
land, Bishopton 
REID, THOMAS F., writer and notary public, agent 

for the Norwich Union Insurance Co., 4 Causeyside 

— house, Stanley place, 48 Causeyside 
REID, THOMAS, & SONS, engineers, millwrights, and 

smiths, St. Mirren Engine Works, Thread street 
Reid, Thomas, sen., feuar, 6 Bridge street 
Reid, Thomas, jun., of Thomas Reid & Sons, 6 Bridge st. 
Keid, Thomas, clerk at Whitehill & Co.'s, George place 
REID, WILLIAM, writer, of Reids & Campbell, Chapel- 
hill, by Blackball 
REID, WILLIAM, Jun., writer, of Reids & Campbell, 

Chapelhill, by Blackball 
Reid, Mrs William, spirit merchant, 72 Broomlands 
Reid, William, tailor, 33 Gauze street 
Reid, William, plumber, 23 Bath street, Glasgow — housej 

Ravenswood, Castlehead 
REIDS & CAMPBELL, writers, 3 County place 
Renfrew, Alexander, farmer, Blackstoun Mains 
Renfrew, Colin, clerk, 2 County place 
Renfrew County Kilwinning Masonic Lodge, 3 High st. 
RENFREW, JAMES, collector of poor and school rates, 

8 New Sneddon — house, Anna villa, Greenock road 
Renfrew, James, farmer, Blackstoun 
Renfrew, John G., assistant curator Free Library, 26 

Oakshaw street 
^' RLNFRliWSHIRE INDEPENDENT" OFFICE, 

10 Moss Street — John Miller, editor — residence, 

Barrhead 
Rennie, Mrs Alexander, spirit dealer, 148 George street 

— house, 12 Barr street 
Rennie, J&raes, flesher, 18 Wellmeadow and 9 Canal 

street — house, 18 Wellmeadow 



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RENNISON & SCOTT, architects, 15 Gilmour street 

Renton, Joseph, 8 Lylesland 

RICHARDSON, ISAAC, wholesale grocer, 29 High 

street 
Richardson, Robert, 4 Gateside 
RICC ARTS BAR ASYLUxM — James Scrymgeour, 

superintendent 
RICHMOND, DANIEL, M.D., 82 New street 
Richmond, George, jun., clerk, Victoria Saw Mills, 2 

Underwood 
Richmond, James, baker, 82 Canal street 
RICHMOND, WILLIAM, baker, soiree purveyor, and 

Temperance Hotel keeper, 6 Moss street 
Riddel], David, farmer, Elackhall 
Riddell, James, facto>*, Ralston, Glasgow road 
Riddell, William, clerk Union Bank — house, Ralston, 

Glasgow road 
RISK & MARSHALL, cabinetmakers and upholsterers, 

33 Wellmeadow — (See advertisement) 
RISK, JAiMES, wine and spirit merchant, 1 Saucel — 

house, Bnrn row 
RISK, ROBERT, coal merchant, Underwood Coal 

Depot— house, 1 Buchanan terrace — (See advertise- 
ment) 
Risk, William, fishmonger, 34 High street — house, 83 do. 
Ritchie, Agnes, milliner and straw hat maker, 1 Old 

Sneddon — house, 32 Glen street 
RITCHIE & KIRKWOOD, ironmongers, 47 Moss street 
Ritchie, David, fancy box maker, Johnstone — house, 37 

New Sneddon 
Ritchie, Mrs A., 14 Thread street- 
Ritchie, Mrs David, grocer, 25 Queen street 
Ritchie, John, of Ritchie & Pinkertou, 25 George street 
RITCHIE, ROBERT, wholesale and retail grocer and 

provision merchant, 25 Gauze street, 57 Causeyside, 

and 50 Love street — house, 25 Gauze street 
Ritchie, William, baker, 4 Lawn street 
Ritchie, William, secretary Equitable Co-operative 

Society, 7 Stevenson street 
Ritchie, William, of Davidson & Ritchie, 4 Neilston street 



PAISLEY 125 

Kobb, William, Janefield place, Lylesland 

Robb, William, jun., traveller to Robert Eadie & Co., 
Janefield place, Lylesland 

Roberton, David, farmer, Lin wood 

Roberton, William, farmer. Old Hall, Glasgow road 

Roberts, Hugh, traveller to Ritchie & Pinkerton, Ann- 
field place, Lylesland 

Robertson, Andrew, 5 Carriagehill 

Robertson, Annie A., teacher North Public School, 144 
George street 

Robertson, Archd., })lumber and gasfitter, 9 Broomlands 

Robertson, Daniel, market gardener, Greenlaw — house, 
Gateflat, East Buchanan street 

Robertson, D. & J., & Co., engineers and machinists, 51 
High street —house, 47 George street 

ROBERTSON & M'GIBBON, drapers, silk mercers, 
and clothiers, 17 High street 

Robertson & Son, hat and cap manufacturers, and gentle, 
men's mercers, 48 Moss street 

Robertsou, Daniel, fruiterer and confectioner, 47 George 
street 

Robertson, David, of John Robertson & Sons, 1 Hamil- 
ton street 

ROBEliTSON, DAVID, & SONS, calenderers, 2 
Water brae (Burgh) and 7 Marshall's lane-— house, 7 
Marshall's lane 

ROBERTSON, GEORGE, brickmaker and builder, 
Gockston — house, 1 Buchanan terrace, Greenock 
road — (See advertisement) 

ROBERTSON, GEORGE, coppersmith, tinsmith, plum- 
ber, and gasfitter, 4 New Sneddon 

ROBERTSON, GEORGE, Jun., at Robertson & Co.'s, 
9 Old Sneddon, and at George Robertson's, 4 New 
Sneddon — house, 4 New Sneddon 

ROBERTSON, J. JACK, accountant, factor, insurance 
agent, and agent for Scottish Union and National 
Insurance Coy., and Lancashire and Yorkshire In- 
surance Co., and Caledonian Plate Glass Insurance 
Co., 52 Storie street, and 121 West Regent street, 



Glasgow 



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i2d PAlSLEf 

Robertson, Hugh, agent for Maybole boot and shoe ware- 
house, 16 Moss street 

ROBERTSON & CO., factory, mill, and engineers' fur- 
nishers, 9 Old Sneddon 

Robertson, Wm. P., of John Robertson & Sons, 3 Hamil- 
ton street 

Robertson, James, of David Robertson & Sons, calenderers^ 
10 Sandliolts 

llobertson, James, engineer, 2 Christie street 

Robertson, James, grocer, 17 Canal street 

Robertson^ James, designer of patterns for shawls, scarfsg 
robes, bed covers, &c., 22 Oakahaw street 

Robertson, James, preserve manufacturer, Thrusbgrove. 
Works — bouse, Marion Fields Blackball terrace—^ 
(See advei'tisement) 

Robertson, Jaaies, at J. & P. Coats's 

Robertson, Mrs James, milliner and dressmaker, 24 
Lawn strtet 

Hobertson, Jane, draper, 2 Queen street 

Robertson, John, cashier ai Charles Smith & Co.'s— ^ 
bouse, 144 George street 

Robertson, John W., at Robert Murdoch & Co.'s, iron 
and steel merchants, agent for Guardian Fire and 
Life Assurance Coy., 10 West Croft — house, Moss^ 
side place, Greenock road 

Robertson, John, foreman, Glenfield Starch Works-^ 
house, 57 Canal street 

Robertson, John, coal merchant, Underwood Depot — - 
house, 15 Sandholes 

Robertson, John, missionary, 3 Hamilton street 

ROBERTSON, JOHN, & SONS, calenderers, hot 
pressers, packers, and finishers, Marshall's lane and 
Cartside 

Robertson, Matthew, crystal and china merchant, waste 
dealer, and coal agent, 111 George street 

Robertson^ Matthew, watchmaker and jeweller, 20 
Causeyside — house, 8 Stevenson street 

Robertson, Matthew, of M. Robertson & Co.* Foxbar 

ROBERTSON, MRS PETER, wine and spirit merchant 
2 Orchard street — house, 18 Causeyside 



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ROBERTSON, M., & CO., bleachers and dyers, Foxbar 
Bobertsori, Mr, officer of St. Golumba Church (GaeliG)j 

13 Oakshaw street 
Robertson^ Mrs William, fishmonger, 101 Causeyside — ^ 

house, 22 do. 
Robertson, Peter, Inland Revenue officer, St. Ninian's 

Cottage, East Buchanan street 
Robertson, Robertj officer, George Street U,P. Church, 

4 Barclay street 
Robertson, Thomas, beamer, 1 Ferguslie Walk 
Robertson, William, session clerk, Martyrs' Church, 2 

Queen street 
Robertson, William, grocer and spirit dealer, 5 Carriage- 

hill 
ROBERTSON, WILLIAM, of Robertson & M'Gibbon, 

Rockbauk, Castlehead 
Robertson, William C, Rockbank, Castlehead. 
Robertson, William, of David Robertson & Sous, calen- 

derers, 7 Wellmeadow 
ROBIN & HOUSTON, soap and composite candle 

makers- soap works, 61 New Sneddon^ Paisley — '■ 

composite candle works. Park street, Kinning Park, 

Glasgow 
Robin, Henry, jobbing blacksmith, ITSandholes — house, 

1 Underwood road 
Robin, Johuj & Co», manufacturers, Caledonia Factory, 

Caledonia street, and T and 8 John street, Glasgow 
ROBIN, WILLIAM, builder and monumental sculptor— ^ 

office, 14 Lady lane ; branch offices, Craigton ceme= 

tery, Glasgow road ; New Cemetery, Neilston— 

house, 42 Lady lane — ^(See advertisement) 
Robinson, James, boot and shoemaker^ 7 Bridge street 
Robson, William, bookseller and stationer, 84 Broom- 
lands— house, 18 Sandholes 
Rodger, John, of Rodger & M'Callum, 57 Love street 
Rodger, John H., clerk at Daniel Murray, Jun., & Co.'sj 

3 Back RoW; Ferguslie 
Rodger, Matthew, spirit merchant, 1 East Croft 
RODGER & M'CALLUM, silk, cotton, and wool yarn 

dyers, 6 Marshall's lane 



128 MlSLtJlf. 

Rodger, Mrs Alexander, tobacconist, 91 High street—^ 

house, 49 Broomlands 
Kodger, Robert, manufacturer, 11 Stock street 
Rodger, William, agent^ Lylesland cottage 
RoUaud, William, of Smart & Rollandj 5 Buchanan ter. 

race, Greenock road 
Rollings, William, elastic weaver, 14 Carriagehill 
Rollo, James, builder, 45 Broomlands — yard, Castle st. 
Rome, William, lath splitter. Water Brae, off New Smith- 
hills, and Bonnington road, Kilmarnock— house, 14 

Thread street 
Ronald, George, china merchant, 2 Cotton street 
RONALD, JACK, & CO., carpet and rug manufacturers, 

Nethercommon 
RoUald, James, cowfeeder, 2 Minerva place, Springbank 

road 
RONALD, JOHN, of Ronald, Jack & Co., OaMands, 

Blackball 
Ronald, Quintin, gas-pipe layer, 28 St. James street 
Ronald, Mrs, dressmaker, 13 George street 
RONALD, ROBERT A., wool merchant, Brussels and 

tapestry carpet yarns, Daisy Bank, Back Sneddon 
RONALD, WILLIAM, of Ronald, Jack, & Co., Oak^ 

lands, Blackball 
Ronald, William Y., of William Cochran & Co., Gleniffer 

villa, High Carriagehill 
ilOSS, ALEXANDER M., Town Chamberlain, and 

agent for Northern Assurance Company, County 

Buildings — house, Kilmalcolm 
Ross, Alexander, at J. B. Lamb's, 12 High street:;— 

house, 9 Camphill 
Ross, Andrew D., warehouseman at Smith Brothers — > 

house, Bishopton 
Ross, Andrew, F,E.I.S., CM., teacher, East Public 

School — house, Bishopton 
ROSS, GEORGE, of Seedbill Finishing Company, 3 

Seedhill 
ROSS, JAMES, agent of Commercial Bank of Scotland 

(Limited), 6 Gilmour street — house, Glenburn, 

Kilmalcolm 



PAISLEY. 12^ 

Ross, Grordon, at Seedhill Finishing Company, 10 Abbey 

street 
Ross, James, at Seedhill Finishing Company, 7 Silk 

street 
Ross, John, draper, 15 Wellmeadovv, and 8 Carriagehill 

— house, 8 Carriagehill 
Roth well, Richard, Iron Shipbuilders' Association, 19 

Greenhill road 
Rough, Matthew, coal merchant, Underwood Depot 

— house, 7 East lane 
Rowan, Mrs, grocer, 27 New Sneddon 
Rowand, John, draper, 34 High street — house, 35 do* 
ROWAND, ROBERT, Inspector of Poor, Burgh Parish, 

8 New Sneddon — house, Greenlaw Cottage, East 

Buchanan street 
Rowand, Thomas, at Young & Martin's, 59 George street 
Rowand, Mrs Robert, farmer. West Candren 
Rowat, Mrs, sen., St. Margaret's, Calside 
Rowat, Robert, Prospecthill, Calside 
Rowat, Thomas, Oakshawside 
Rowat, William, St. Margaret's, Calside 
Roxburgh, A. P., 43 Mill street 
Roxburgh & Myles, confectioners, 3 County place— house 

1 6 Glen street 
Roxburgh, Miss, teacher of music, 33 Oakshaw street 
ROXBURGH, ROBERT, coachbuilder, 4 Garthland 

lane — house, 3 do. 
ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND, St. Mirren street- 
Thomas Finlator, agent 
ROYAL OAK RESTAURANT, 45 Moss steeet 
Russell, Alexander, teacher, Industrial School, Albion 

street 
Russell, Matthew, cowfeeder, 3 Cotton street 
Russell, John, clerk Goods Station — house, 20 Greenhill 

road 
Russell, John, bookeeper to Macfarlane & Co., Lady 

lane — house, 8 Caiiiphill place 
Russell, James, grocer, 9 Orchard street 
Russell, John, confectioner and greengrocer, 4 Abingdon 

place 



130 PAiSLEt. 

Russell, Robert, clerk at R. & T. Russell's, 7 High street 

— house, 77 George street 
Russell, Joseph, clothier and hatter, 18 Gilmour street-^ 

house, 26 Brooralands 
RUSSELL, ROBERT, writer, of R. &. T. Russell, and 

agent for Clydesdale Bank (Limited), 7 High street 

- — residence, Balgownie House, Castlehead 
RUSSELL, R. &. T., writers, 7 High street 
Russell, Robert Y., clerk to Matthew Blackwood, 4 AlbioU 

street 
RUSSELL, THOMAS, writer, of R. & T. Russell, 7 High 

street — residence, Balgownie House, Castlehead 
Russell, Thomas, janitor Free Library and Museum—* 

house, 75 High street 
Russell, William, clerk at Meikleriggs Finishing Works, 

Meikleriggs 
Russell, William, merchant, 21 (3-len street 
Russell, William, fenar, 69 High street 
Russell, William, officer George Street Baptist Church, 

18 George street 
Rutherford, Thos., carter and contractor, 4 Garthland lane 

SACELL BREWERY COMPANY, 8 Saucel 
Saunders, George, accountant, Clydesdale Bank, 7 High 

street 
Sawers, Joseph, career and gilder, 39 High street — 

house, 49 do. 
SCARLETT, JAMES, butcher, 54 Causeyside— house, 

Calside 
Scarlett, Samuel, cowfeeder, 3 Stirling street 
Scollan, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 38 Moss st. 
SCOTT, ALEXANDER, funeral undertaker, 15 Moss 

street — house, do. 
Scott, Archibald, salesman at Smart & Rolland's, drapers, 

9 Camphill 
Scott, Gavin, at Alexander Gardner's, 3 Moss street — 

house, 63 Caledonia street 
Scott, J. Campbell, cutter, Paisley Clothing Company, 3 

Galloway street 
Scott, John G., foreman at Gasworks, Blackstoun road 



PAISLfiT 131 

Seott, Miss, 8 G-ateside 

Scott, Mrs, dressmaker, 55 Broomlands 

Scott, Mrs, grocer, 11 Saucel 

Scott, R., 3 Russell street 

Scott, Thomas, farmer, Hawkhead Mains, off Glasgow 
road 

SCJOTT, THOMAS, correspondent and agent of Glas- 
gow Daily and Weekly Herald and Evening Times, 
16 Gilmour street — house, 48 Love street 

Scott, Thomas, quartermaster-sergeant Royal Renfrew 
Militia Staff, Barracks, Williamsburgh 

SjCott, Thomas, of Naismitfe & Scott, 53 Galedonia street 

SCOTT, THOMAS, a^ent, 4 Wellmeadow 

Scott, William, British Workman Public House, Cale- 
donia street — house, Buchanan terrace 

Scott, William, baker, 29 Canal street — house, 4 
Buchanan terrace 

SCOTT, WILLIAM P., stiperiatendent, Slaughter Housfe, 
Springbank road 

SCOTTISH IMPERIAL FIRE AND LIT^E MSUB- 
ANCE COMPANY— (See advertisement) 

SCOTTISH LEGAL LIBE ASSURANCE SOCIETY 
— agent, George Davidson , 15 GeOrge street 

SCRIMGEOUR, JAMES, su^erintenden-i, Riccaip4%ar 
Asylum 

Scrimgeour, Mrs, mati'on, Rjcxmrtsbar Asyhm 

SSEDHILL FL^rSHlNG COMPANY, Mh finisher^ 
Seedhill 

SELLAR,^ WILLIAM, supervisor of Inland R^evenu^, 
96 High street — house, JSewfield Villa, Meikler%^ 

Semple, Alexander, wi:ite% agent for the Caledonian aid 
Scottish In^perial Fire aftd Life Insurance Com- 
panies, 16 Gilmour street — Aouse, Townhead 

^MPLE, DAVID, & CO., writea^a, 16 Gilmour street 

Semple, D, S., writer, of David Semple & Co., secretary 
and law agent for tlie Paisley Heritable Inre^tment 
Society, 16 Gilmour street— Mouse, Townhead 

Semple James, grocer, 3-6 CftBal sti^eet 

Se?mple, John, clerk at Millar, Walker, db Millar'^^ 3 
Carbrook street 



1 32 PAISLEY. 

Semple, Robert, temperance entertainer, 3 Orr street 
Shanks, Mrs, mantle maker, 139 George street 
Shannon, Gavin, reporter, Daily Express Office, and cor- 

respondent of the Glasgow News, 105 Causeyside 
Sharp, George, blacksmith, 12 New Smithhills — house, 

11 Abercorn street 
SHARP, JOHN, causeway er, contractor, &c., Hamilton 

street, Paisley, and 13 Rankine street, eJohustone 
Sharp, Miss Ann, confectioner, ,,$13ftill street — house, 2 

Garthland lane 
SHARP, ROBERT, Master q^Works for Burgh, County 

Buildings — house, Wemiigton Cottage, Caledonia 

street 
Shaw, Alexander, confectioner, 3 Neilston street 
Shaw, Mrs, grocer, 1 Bridge street 
Shayer, Alexander, shoemaker, 83 Causeyside — house, 

14 Broomlands 
Shearer, James H., clerk at James King's Coach Office, 2 

County place — house, 18 High street 
Shearer, James, warehouseman, Cumberland Shoe Fac- 
tory — house, 4 Williamsburgh 
SHEDDEN, M'GEE, & DAVIE, engineers, Soho 

Engine Works, Bridge street 
SHEDDEN, WILLIAM, Jun., of Shedden, M'Gee, & 

Davie, 48 Love street 
Sheridan, Peter, foreman henchman Cumberland Shoe 

Factory, 69 High street 
Sim, Annie, grocer, 14 Carriagehill 
Sim, Hugh, clerk, Chamberlain's Office, County Buildings 

— house, 59 Love street 
Sim, Robert, confectioner, 50 Mill street 
SIM WILLIAM, & CO., soap manufacturers, 1 West 

Croft 
Sim, William ^wholesale grocer, 16 Wellmeadow 
Simra, Mrs W illiam, Burnside villa, Greenock road 
Simons, Margaret, confectioner, 58 Causeyside 
Simpson, Miss, 65 Love street 
Simpson, Miss, dressmaker, Brabloch cottage 
Simpson, Peter, gardener to Mrs Holms, Brabloch — ■ 

house, Brabloch cottage 



PAISLEY. 133 

Simpsom, Mrs, confectioner, 10 Fergusiie 
Simpson, Samu«l, confectioner, 4 Carriagehill 
SINCLAIR, DANIEL, baker, 4 Clark's Buildings, 

Underwood, 3 Garthland street, and 2 Springbank 

road— -house, 3 Garthland street 
Sinclair, Janet^ draper, 10 Wellmeadow 
Sinclair, Samuel, shoemaker, 7 Wardrop street 
Skelly, John, chief warder, Prison 

Skinnider, Albert S., reporter, 1 Bellfield plaee^ Spring- 
bank road 
Slater, John, Haireraigs 
Slater, Miss, 1 Inkle street 
Slater, Mrs, 122 Georo;e street 
Sloan, Mrs C, confectioner, 8 Broomlands 
Small, James, joiner, 129 George street 
SMALL, MRS, bookseller and stationer, 70 Causeyside 

— house, 56 do» 
SMALL, WILLIAM, receiver, Post Office Receiving 

Ht)use, 70 Causeyside — house^ 56 do. 
Small, W., tail-or^ 7 Lov« street 
SMART & ROLL AND, drapers and clothiers, City Bank 

Buildings, 102 High street (Cross) 
Smellie, Miss, 2 Maxwellton 
SMILED, HUGH H., of Kerr & Soas, New Street 

Mills, Gallowhill, Renfrew road 
Smith, Alexander, grocer, 6 Barclay street 
Smith, Alexandfir, baker, 41 Broomlands 
Smith, Alexander, tailor, 6 Love street 
Smith, Alexander, fruiterer, 3 Broomlands 
Smith, Alexander, salesman Provident Co-operative 

t^ociety (Limited)^ No. 5 Branch, 1 Cleopatra 

buildings 
Smith, Benjamin, at Charles Smith & Co.'s — house, 

Southpark, High Carriagehill 
Smith, Benjamin, of Smith Brothers, St. Clair Villa 

High Carriagehill 
Smith Bros. & Co., shawl manufacturers, 10 Causeyside 

and 1 Forbes place 
SMITH, CHARLb]S, & CO., shawl and tapestry manu« 

facturers, 145 Causeyside 

L 



134 ■ PAISLEY^ 

SMITH, CHARLES, of Charles Smith & Co., Parkgate, 

High Carriagehill 
Smith, Duncan S., of Smith Brothers, St, Clair Villa, 

High Carriagehill 
Smith, Edward, clerk at Cumberland Shoe Factory—* 

house, 129 George street 
Smith, George, tobacconist, 11 Moss street — house, 34 

Moss street 
Smith, George, clerk National Security Savings Bank — < 

house, 60 High street, Johnstone 
SMITH, HELEN, pawnbroker, 108 George street — house 

do. 
Smith, Janet, bookseller, 18 Causeyside 
Smith, James, shoemaker, 30 Glen street 
Smith, Hugh, fruiterer and confectioner, 16 Maxwellton 

street 
SMITH, JAMES, of Allison & Smith, 20 High street 
Smith, John B,, 43 Maxwellton 
Smith, John M., grain merchant, of J. & A. vSmith, 71 

Waterloo street, Glasgow— house, 34 George street, 

Paisley 
Smith, John, feuar, Wester Carriagehill 
Smith, John, of SnJth Bros., 5 Orr street 
SMITH, JOHN, hotel-keeuer, George Hotel, 2 Smith- 
hills 
Smith, Miss, tobacconist, 18 Causeyside 
Smith, Miss Margaret, milliner and straw hat maker, 139 

George street 
Smith, Mrs Ann, grocer, 7 Abbey street 
Smith, Mrs James, fruiterer and confectioner, 150 George 

street 
Smith, Mrs, grocer, 16 Orchard street 
Smith, Mrs, confectioner, 28 Glen street 
Smith, Mrs, milliner and dressmaker, 12 Abbey close 
Smith, Mrs, matron, Industrial ^^chool, Albion street 
SMITH, RICHARD, manufacturing chemist, Craigielea 

Chemical Works, Greenloan, off Greenock road ; 

maker of tar products and ammonia (benzole, toluole, 

napthas, anthracene, &c. ; liquid ammonia, all 

qualities, &c.) — Glasgow office, 114 W^est street 



• I*AiSLEY. 1S5 

Smith, Richard N. W., at Charles Smith & Co.'s— hoose, 

Parkgate 
Smith, Robert, watchmaker, 3 George street 
SMini, ROBERT, hatter, 88 and 89 High street- 
house, Laigh Park, Johnstone 
Smith, Thomas, 89 High street 
SMITH, THOMAS, F.E.I.S., CM., superintendent 

Industrial Scliool, Albion street 
Smith, Thomas, clerk to W. & A. Coats, 8 Calside 
Smith, William, baker, 81 Broomlands 
Smith, William, clerk National Bank of Scotland 

(Limited), 1 39 George street 
Smith, William, farmer, New Mains, Inchinnan 
Smith, William, tailor, 26 Glen street 
Smith, William, of Thomson, Smith, & Co., drapers, 16 

Sandholes 
Smith, W. B., 6 Bridge street 
Sneddon, James, greengrocer, 67 Broomlands 
SNODGRASS, JOHN, & SON, house painters, decora- 
tors, and glass gilders, paper hangers, oil and colour 

merchants, 5 Silk street 
Snodgrass, John N , of John Snodgrass & Son, 5 Silk st. 
SNODGRASS, JAMES, miller and grain merchant, 

Saacel Mills — house, 24 Causeyside 
Snodgrass, Miss Jane, milliner and straw hat maker, 67 

Causeyside 
Souden, Daniel, flesher, 25 Causeyside 
Souden, Daniel St William, fleshers, 138 George street 
Souden, William, of D. & W. Souden, 138 George street 
Souden, W., flesher, 107 George street 
Southwell, Peter, ropespinner, 18 High street — house, 9 

Sandholes 
Speirs, Alexander, of Speirs & Gibb, Greenhill 
SPEIRS, DAVID, & CO., manufacturers, 167 George 

street 
Speirs, John, Greenhill 
Speirs, John, china and waste merchant, 19 Cotton street 

— house, 15 do. 
SPEIRS & GIBB, coal merchants. Underwood and 

Sconey brae depots — (See advertisement) 



io6 PAISLEY. 

SPEIRS, GIBB, k CO., fire clay maTiufactarers, Cale- 
donia Fire Clay Works, Burgh Lands, off Greenock 

road 
Speirs,.Mrs, grocer, 21 Lawn street 
Speirs, Robert, cutter at W. Peattie's — bouse, Albert 

street, off Lady lane 
SPEIRS, WILLIAM, china merchant, 63 Causeyside — 

house, 3 Stirling street — (See advertisement) 
Spence, James, iron merchant, Tannahill place, Greenock 

road 
SPENCE, JAMES, of John Spence & Sons, 1 Buchanan 

terrace 
SPENCE, JOHN, of John Spence & Sons, 62 Storie 

street 
SPENCE & SONS, ham curers, butter, cheese, and pro- 
vision merchants, 62 Storie street 
SPREUL, ANDREW, veterinary surgeon and horse- 

shoer, 8 Christie street — house, 43 Mill street 
Sproul, Andrew, smith and farrier, 10 Lylesland 
Sproul, James, baker, 11 Wallace street 
Sproul, Mrs, grocer, 17 Queen street 
Sproul, Wi Ham, broker, 6 New Smithhills 
Sproul, William, grocer, 24 Well street 
STALKER, JOHN, silk, woollen, and cotton dyer, 

Bridge Street Dyeworks (Mewtown) 
Stalker, Peter, 4 Gauze street 
STEEL, JAMES, fishmonger and poulterer, 4 High 

street — house, Wedderburn Cottage, Blackball — 

(See advertisement) 
STEEL, JAMES, house factor, 2 Smithhills 
STEEL, JAMES, draper and clothier, 2 Smithhills— 

house, 15 Lawn street 
Steel, James K., clerk Commercial Bank of Scotland, 

Wedderburn Cottage, Blackball 
STEEL, WILLIAM, spirit merchant, 12 Saucel — house, 

7 Burn row 
Steen, James, coal merchant, 27 Thread street 
Steen, William, cowfeeder, 13 Prussia street 
Steven, Martin, manager at J. Craig & Co.'s, 28 High 

street — house, 7 Camphill place 



PAISLEY 137 

STEVEN, SAMUEL, TannahiU place 

Steven, Thomas Wylie, Uphall Oil Company (Limited), 
Glasgow — house, 27 New street 

Steven, William, baker, 32 Storie street 

STEVENSON, ALEXANDER, cabinetmaker, wright, 
and joiner, 26 Canseyside — house, 166 George st. 

STEVENSON, DAVID, lemonade and ginger beer 
manufacturer and bottler, 5 Glen lane 

Stevenson, Henry L., engineer, 37 Storie street 

Stevenson, James, cowfeeder and contractor, 25 Lawn 
street 

Stevenson, James, grocer, 42 Broomlands 

Stevenson, James, agent for Prudential Society, and 
treasurer to Charleston Bowling Club, 15 Stock st. 

Stevenson, John, clerk, 9 High street 

Stevenson, John, & Sons, tobacco and candle manufac- 
turers, 77 New Sneddon 

Stevenson, John, salesman at J. Caldwell & Son's, 
Gilmour street — house, 35 George street 

Stevenson, Mrs Robert, ccmfectioner, 99 George street 

Stevenson, Mrs, temperance hotel keeper, 9 High street 

Stevenson, Mrs, coal merchant, 13 Wallneuk 

Stevenson, Peter, farmer, Bardrain 

Stevenson, R(^bert, Paisley and Kilbarchan carrier — ■ 
quarters, 91 Canseyside 

Stevenson, Robert, of John Stevenson & Sons, 34 New 
Sneddon 

Stevenson, Thomas, confectioner, 37 Storie street 

Stevenson, jun., joiner, 37 Storie street 

STEVENSON, THOMAS, grocer and wine and spirit 
merchant, 8 Gauze street— house, 22 New Smith- 
hills 

Stevenson, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 71 Broom- 
lands 

STEVENSON, THOMAS, coal merchant, and Pruden- 
tial Assurance agent, 41 "Wellmeadow — house, 15 
Stock street 

Stevenson, William, traveller to Macfarlane & Co., 29 
Lady lane — residence, Broom House, Stevenston 

Stewart, David, general ironmonger, 45 High street 

l2 



138 PATSLET. 

Stewart, A. B., at John Stewart & Co., and agent for the 
Qneen Insurance Company, and Scottish Union and 
National Insurance Company, Falside House 

Stewart, Alexander, grocer, 4 Broomlands —house, 103 
George street 

STEWART, ANDREW, joiner and timber merchant, 
48 Back Sneddon — house, Janefield cottage, Nether- 
common, Inchinnau road 

Stewart, Henry, & Co., dyers, 1 North street 

Stewart, Henry, of Henry Stewart & Co., Fountain place, 
48 Love street 

Stewart, James, of Stewart & Wallace, dyers— house, 6 
Blackwoods buildings, Underwood road 

Stewart, James, at Alexander Gardner's, 3 Moss street- 
house, 12 Caledonia street 

Stewart, James, at David Murray & Son's, 18 Barclay st. 

STEWART, JAMES, & CO., distillers, King street, 
Saucel 

Stewart, James, Inspector of AVorks to J, & P. Coats — 
house, Nethercraigs 

STEWART, JOHN, & CO., yarn and cloth merchants, 
6 Forbes place, and 13 Princes square, Glasgow 

STEWART, JOHN, of John Stewart & Co,, Falside 
House 

Stewart, John, jun., at J. Stewart & Co.'s, Falside House 

STEWART, JOHN, at James Stewart & Co.'s, Saucel 
House 

STEWART, JOHN, carter and contractor, 42 Back 
Sneddon — house, 41 do. 

Stewart, John, jun., 41 Back Sneddon 

STEWART, JOHN M., manufacturer, 64 Gordon street, 
Glasgow — residence, Greenhill House 

Stewart, John, plumber. Prince's street, Port-Glasgow — 
house, 16 Moss street 

Stewart, M., confectioner and stationer, 82 Causeyside— 
house, 38 do, 

STEWART, MATTHEW, of John Stewart & Co., 8 
Hillington Park Circus, Cardonald 

Stewart, Mrs Allan, farmer, Arkleston 

Stewart, Mrs Kobert, 2 St. .Jauies street 



PAISLEY. 139 

Stewart, Robert, cowfeeder, 29 Well street 

Stewart, Thomas, janitor of Stevenson Street Publid 

School 
Stewart, Mrs Walter, spirit merchant, 25 New street 
Stewart, William, farmer, Thornly 
Stewart, William, head master, School of Art, 14 Grilmour' 

street — house, Glasgow. 
STEWART & WALLACE, dyers, 8 St. James street 
STEWART, PETER, of Stewart & Wallace, 8 St. 

James street 
Stich, Alexander, clerk at J. & P. Coats's, Meikleriggs 
Stirling, James, clerk Chamberlain's office, 2 Well- 
meadow 
STIRLING, JOHN, spirit merchant, 1 Mossvale lane- 
house, do. 
STIRLING, ROBERT, wine and spirit merchant, 

Bowlers' Tavern, 2 Wellmeadow 
Stirling, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant^ 1 Garthland 

Street 
Stirling, William, clerk Royal Bank— house, 2 Well- 
meadow 
STIRRAT, W. B., of Barr, Stirrat, & Co., Kilmalcolm 
Stobo, Thomas, market gardener, Westmarch — house, 

Greenhill road 
Stobo, John, Westmarch 
Stobo, Thomas, jun., gardener, Westmarch 
Storie, John, manufacturer. 111 Causeyside— house, 16 

Orchard street 
Storrie, Alexander, clerk at Clark & Co/s, Anchor Mills^ 

11 Barclay street 
Storrie, Michael, gas meter inspector, 10 Glen street 
Storrie, Mrs, grocer, 16 Orchard street 
Storrie, William, of J. & W. Storrie, 1 Storie street 
STOKRIE, J. & W., china merchants and waste dealers, 

37 High street and 1 Storie street 
Storrie, James, of J, & W. Storrie, 11 Barclay street 
Strachan, James, & Co., manufacturers, 109 Causeyside 
Strachan, James, of J. Strachan & Co., 34 Oakshaw st. 
Sturrock, Rev. James B., minister of Free High Church, 
29 Oakshaw street 



140 PAISIEY. 

Strang, James, farmer, Whiteford 

Sunter, John, assistant station master, Gilmour Street 

Railway Station, 2 Maxwell street 
SUTHERLAND & 00., shop fitters and glass show 

case makers, 51 High street 
SUTHERLAND, DONALD, superintendent of Burgh 

Police, 16 Moss street 
Sutherland, Alexander, wine and spirit merchant, 1 Old 

Sneddon 
Sutherland, Oeorge, cotton, woollen, and waste merchant, 

3 Willi amsburgh 
Sutherland, Wm., of Sutherland & Co., 23 Queen street 
Sutherland, William, clerk at James Black & Co.'s, 

Underwood lane —house, 23 Queen street 
Swan, J, & M., bakers, 73 Causeyside 
Swan, John, of J. & M. Swan, 73 Causeyside 
Swan, Matthew, jun., 73 Causeyside 
Sweenie, Hugh, furniture broker, 29 New Smithhills 
Sweenie, James, grocer, 13 Stock street — house, 14 do. 
SYMINGTON, J. M., yarn merchant, Causeyside court, 

14 Causeyside — residence, Oakshaw House 
Syotiington, Misses, 33 Oakshaw street 

TAGG, ALEXANDER, teacher, North Public School- 
house, Helenlea Villa, Greenock road 

Tagg, Walter, cashier at Speirs & Gibb's, 29 St. James 
street 

Taggart, John, police constable, 28 Back Sneddon 

Tait, Mrs James, milliner, 18 Sandhole 

Tannahill, Andrew, officer Middle Church, 17 Wardrop 
street 

Taylor, Allan, flesher, 11 Moss street — house, 25 do. 

TAYLOR & COOK, drapers, 109 High street 

TAYLOR, DAVID, M.D., 6 St. James place 

Taylor, James, draper, 7 Gauze street 

Taylor, Miss, dressmaker, 7 Gauze street 

Taylor, James G. Ingram, at Ingram & Co.'s, Macdowall 
street — house, 3 Back Sneddon 

TAYLOR, JAMES H., School Board Visiting Officer, 5 
County place— house, 3 Back Sneddon 



PAlStE?. 141 

Taylor, Jessie A. Ingram, teacher East School — -house, 
3 Back Sneddon 

Taylor, John, farmer, Moss-side, Greenock road 

Taylor, John, M.A., teacher, West Public School — house, 
43 George street 

TAYLOR & MASON, drapers, 9 Causeyside 

Taylor, Mrs, midwife, 41 George street 

Taylor, Marion, spirit dealer, Moss-side, Greenock road 

TAYLOR, ROBERT, of Taylor & Mason, South Park, 
Carriagehill 

Taylor, Thomas, confectioner, and reed and heddle maker, 
109 George — house, 10 do. 

Taylor, Robert, confectioner, 24 Broomlands 

Taylor, William, M.A., teacher Grammar School 

Taylor, William, mason and builder, 7 Sir Michael st. 

Telfer, James, warehouseman at M. Whitehill & Co.'s — - 
house, 2 Buchanan terrace 

Telfer, James H., of Marchbank & Telfer, drysalters and 
commission agents, 137 West Regent street, Glasgow 
— house, 2 Buchanan terrace 

Templeton, Andrew, & Son, builders — yard, 19 Under- 
wood road — house, 28 Glen street 

TEMPLETON, J., & CO., washers and dressers, Jenny's 
Well Laundry — house, Jenny's Well — (See adver- 
tisement) 

Templeton, James, of Andrew Templeton & Son, 23 Glen 
street 

Templeton, James, farm overseer at Kibble Reformatory 

Templeton, Janet, furnisher (letters and parcels left here 
for William Fulton & Sons, Glenfield), 24 Causeyside 

Templeton, Mrs William, grocer and spirit dealer, 13 
Canal street 

Tennant, William M'C, clerk, Sheriff-Clerk's office- 
house, Elderslie 

THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY OF 
NEW YORK, makers of Singer's sewing machines 
— branch office, Paisley, 103 High street — Henry 
Raper, manager ; D. Couley, agent 

The Club, 102 High street — Joseph Lambfert, club- 
raaster 



142 PAISLEY. 

THE PAISLEY HERALD AND RENFREWSHIRE 
ADVERTISER, 10 Moss street— (See advertisement) 

THE GLENIFFER SOAP COMPANY, Blackhall 

Thorn, John, farmer, Oldbar 

Thomson, Agues, milliner^ 5 North Bridge street — house, 
9 Sandholes 

Thomson, Andrew, yarn merchant, 153 Queen street, 
Glasgow, Roslyn Villa, Riccartsbar 

Thomson, Andrew, clerk, National Bank of Scotland 
(Limited), 55 High street 

Thomson^ Andrew, spirit dealer, 5 Williamsburgh — house, 
7 do. 

Thomson, Helen, greengrocer, 1 Clark's buildings. Under- 
wood road 

Thomson, David, of Thomson & Allan, engineers, John- 
stone — -house, 65 Love street 

Thomson, James, wine and spirit merchant, 148 Greorge 
street 

Thomson, J. & J., yarn merchants and agents. 111 
Causevside 

THOMSON, H. H., of Sacell Brewery Co., 55 High St. 

Thomson, Helen, matron. Prison 

Thomson, James, clerk at Clydesdale Bank (Limited), 
1 County place 

Thomson, James P., 13 Abbey street 

Thomson, James, of J. & J, Thomson, 5 Gateside 

Thomson, James, jun., of J. & J. Thomson, 5 Gateside 

Thomson, James, leather and hide factor, 41 New wynd, 
Glasgow — house, Firgrove, Castlehead 

THOMSON, JOHN GRAY, senior master of John 
Neilson Institution, Strattonville, Meikleriggs 

THOMSON, JOHN GRAY, Session Clerk for High 
Parish — parties requiring proclamation of marriage 
call at Strattonville, Meikleriggs, or at Neilson 
Institution, or apply to Thomas Gibb, High 
Church officer, 39 New street 

Thomson, John, of J. & J. Thomson, 5 Gateside 

THOMSON, JOSEPH, furnishing ironmonger, plumber, 
tinsnVith and gasfitter, 93 High street — house. 
Underwood Manse — (See advertisement) 



PAISLEY. 148 

ThomsoD, John, cloth agent, 21 St. James street 
Thomson, Matthew, sexton for High and Low Parishes, 

14 West brae 
THOMSON, MISS, organist, St. George's Chmxh and 

teacher of music, 13 Abbey street 
Thomson, Miss, 66 High street 
Thomson, Misses, miliiners, 5 Bridge street— house, 9 

Sandholes 
Thomson, Mrs A., 13 Abbey street 
Thomson, Mrs A., confectioner, 90 High street— house, 

32 Fergiislie 
Thomson, Mrs, greengrocer, 1 Clark's buildings, Under-^ 

wood 
THOMSON, MRS A,, inn and hotel keeper, County Hotel, 

County place 
Thomson, Mrs John, brush, basket, comb, and fancy ware^ 

house, 87 High street, corner of Chnrchhill— house, 

90 High street 
Thomson, Peter, loom card cutter, 6 Forbes street- 
residence, 7 Barclay street 
Thomson, Peter, officer Free Gaelic Church, 6 Mill st. 
THOMSON, EEV. JOHN, D.D., minister of Free St, 

George's Church, Free St. George's Manse, Blackball 

terrace 
THOMSON, SMITH, & CO., general drapers, 23 High 

street 
THOMSON, WILLIAM, of Thomson, Smith, & Co,, 16 

Sandholes 
Thomson, William, at Sacell Brewery, 31 Airlie terrace, 

Pollokshileds 
Thomson, William, Sacell Brewery, 55 High street 
Thomson, William, 13 Abbey street 
THOMSON, WILLIAM, C, tailor and clothier, 25 High 

street — house, 8 Gateside 
Thomson, William, spirit dealer, 45 Broomlands 
Thomson, W. E, M., & Co., consulting engineers, and 

patent agents, 96 Buchanan street, Glasgow — (See 

advertisement) 
Thomson, Robert, at James Carlile, Sons, & Co., 2 

Blackball buildings 



144 PAISLRY. 

Todd, Alexander, Gatehouse, Gasworks 

Todd, Alex., painter and paper hanger, 22 Caledonia st. 

Todd, George, jun., coal mercliant, Uuderwood depot — 

house, 18 Well street 
TODD, GEORGE, sen., brassfounder, 13 High street- 
house, 18 Well street 
Todd, J. T., salesman, Equitable Co-operative Society, 

52 Caledonia street 
Tolmie, John, gatekeeper at J. & P. Coats's Thread 

Works, Woodside Lodge 
Towers, Daniel, officer of Congregational Tabernacle, 2 

Underwood road 
Towers, Thomas P., clerk to Reids & Campbell, 5 Garth - 

land lane 
TOWNLEY & CO., tailors and clothiers, 29 New 

Smithhills 
TOWNLEY, JAMES, of Townley & Co., 3 Inkle street 
Towns, Archibald, tailor and clothier, and ladies' ulster 

maker, 69 High street 
Trench, James, blacksmith, 15 Storie street — house, 151 

George street 
Trench, Robert, weavers' agent, 7 Orchard street 
Tudhope, John, farmer, Meikleriggs 
Tudhope, John, contractor, 11 Barclay street 
TULLOCH, HUGH A., junior master, East Public 

School, 3 Blackball buildings 
TurnbuU, George, jun,, book-keeper at J. & P. 

Coats, 41 High street 
Tunibnll, George, confectioner, 41 High street 
Turubull, William, coal merchant, Greenlaw Station — - 

office, WaUneuk — house, 15 Gauze street 
Turner, Duncan, missionary, Free. St. George's Mission, 

Marshall's lane 
TWEEDDALE, JOHN, house factor, 30 Canal street 
Tyre, James, cowfeeder, 60 Canal street 

UNDERWOOD CO-OPERATIVE COAL COMPAN Y 
(Limited), coal merchants, Underwood depot — - 
Robert Neil, 53 High street, salesman 

Ure, David, of J. & D. lire, 6 Brown's lane, Causeyside 



PAISLEY 145 

Ure, James, of J, & D. Ure, 5 Blackball 

URE, THOMAS, grocer, 97 Causejside— house, 6 

Brown's lane 
URE, J. & D,, grocers and provisioa merchants 22 

High street 
UNION BANK OF SCOTLAND (Limited), 3 Gilmour 

streeo — William Abercrombie, agent ; David C. 

Bell, sub-agent — (See appendix) 
Urquhart, John, confectioner, 17 Canal street — house 2 

Old Sneddon 

VALLANCE, Mrs John, Water brae (burgh) 

VEITCH, GEORGE SETON, Bank of Scotland—house 
Friarshall ' 

Virtue, John, shopman to George M. Young, 5 Broom- 
lands 

WAODELL, Mrs Jane, wine and spirit merchant 60 

Causeyside 
Wagstaif, Matthew, waste dealer, 5 Orchard street 
Walker, Alexander, cowfeeder, 32 Castle street 
Walker, Andrew, late manufacturer, 7 Wellmeadow street 
WALKER, DRYBROUGH, & CO., yarn printers, 

dyers, and scourers, Arkleston, near Paislev ; Glas- 
gow office, 82 Virginia street 
Walker, Mrs Hugh, cowfeeder and spirit dealer 16 

Broomlands 
Walker, J, & A., milliners, 69 Causeyside 
Walker, James, cowfeeder, 23 Abbey street 
Walker, James, clerk at Robert Kerr & Son's, 25 Glen 

street 
Walker, James, grocer, 16 Broomlands 
Walker, Jam«s, gardener and contractor — house 19 

Queen street 
WALKER, JAMES, tweed and shawl manufacturer 

Gleniffer Factory, 32 High street * 

Walker, James, tobacconist, 21 Sand holes 
WALKER, JOHN, of Walkers & Co., Laigh park 

Renfrew road ^ * 

Walker, John, 24 Causeyside 

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146 PAISLEY. 

Walker, John, potato merchant, 23 Abbey street— house, 
do. 

Walker, Joseph, teller, Union Bank of Scotland (limited) 
houge, 21 Eoslea drive, Deunistoun, Glasgow 

Walker, Martin, pawnbroker. 1 George street and 28 
New strtet — Ix use, 24 Orchard street 

Walker, Miss Frances, dressmaker, 4 Glen street 

Walker, Miss M., cowfeeder. 16 Fergnslie 

Walker, Mrs, confectioner, 56 Broomlands 

Walker, Mrs Jessie, dressmaker, 25 Gauze street 

Walker, Robert, spirit merchant, 2 St. Mirreu street—- 
hcuse, 8 Back Sneddon 

WALKER, THOMAS, of Millar, Walker, & Millar, 
Greenhill 

WALKER, WILLIAM, manager, J. & P. Coats's dye- 
work, 156 George street — house, 45 High street 

Walker, William, commission agent, 49 Virginia street^ 
Glasgow, 9 North Croft 

Walker, William, at Millar, Walker, & Millar's, Green- 
hill 

Walker, William, cowfeeder and contractor, and Glasgow 
and Paisley carrier, 39 Lady lane 

WALKEP & CO., shawl manufacturers, 113 Causeyside 
WALLACE, ANDREW, & SON, hank and chain 

dyers, Cumberland dyeworks 
WALLACE, ANDREW, of Andrew Wallace & Son, 7 

Millar street 
WALLACE, AjSDREW, Jun., of Andrew Wallace & 

Son, 13 Thread street 
Wallace & Eaisillie, drapers and silk mercers, 15 High 

street 
Wallace, Bernard, waste merchant, 13 South Croft 
WALLACE, CHARLES, slater, 2S New ^mithhills-— 3 

house, do. 
WALLACE, CONNELL, & CO., plumbers and 

merchants, 8 Gilmour street 
Wallace, George, engineer and mechanist, Glenifler 

Works, Lonend — house, 12 Saucel 
aliace, James, greengrocer, 8 Cotton street 



Patslet. 147 

Wallace, George, officer ofLa(Jy Lane Baptist Church, 38 
Lady lane 

WALLACE, JAMES, flesher and ham curer, 25 Old 
Sneddon 

WALLACE, JAMES, of Stewart & Wallace 6 Under- 
wood road 

Wallace, J., china merchant, 15 Cotton street 

Wallace, Mrs, Grreenlavv lodge 

Wallace, Mrs, dress and mantlemaker, 4 John street 

Wallace, Nicol, market gardener and confectioner, 1 Lawn 
street 

WALLACE, JOHM, tobacconist, 24 High street 

Wallace, Mrs David, draper, 14 Lawn street 

WALLACE, PETER, joiner and timber merchant, 28 
Broomlands — house, 27 do. 

Wallace, R. S. of Wallace & Balsillie, Falside 

Wallece, William, cashier, Grlasgow and Paisley Joint 
Railway Company Greenlaw Groods Station, 6 Mill 
street 

WALLACH, HENRY, of Anderson & Wallach, Moss vale 

WALLS, CONNOLLY, sergeant of police, 24 Williams- 
burgh 

WALLS, M.C., wine and spirit merchant, 23 Williams- 
burgh — house, 24 do. 

Walsh, William, salesman at David Grilmour's and secre- 
tary to Oddfellows' Society, 2 Orr street 

Warnock, James, shipper of goods between Paisley, Glas- 
gow, Greenock, and Forth and Clyde Canal— house, 
16 Niddry street 

Warnock, James, jun., coal merchant, 20 Niddry street 
— house 16 Niddry street 

Waterstoii, John, at ^V . Brown, jun., & Co.'s, 108 Cau- 
seyside — house, 28 Oakshaw street 

WATERSTON, J. & R., painters, paper hangers, and 
oil and colour merchants, 4 County place — house, 3 
do. 

Waterston, William, clerk at Union Bank of Scotland, 
Greenock — house, 4 South Orr street 

Waterston, Miss Mary, certificated teacher, Dickson school 
— house, 4 South Orr street 



148 PAISLEY. 

Waters, William, cashier at R. Kerr & Son's — house, 6 

George street 
Watson & Pattison, builders and monumental workers, 

Lady lane, Victoria place- -(See advertisement) 
Watson, Christopher, farmer, East Fulwood 
Watson, Daniel, of Watson & Pattison, 4 Wellmeadow 
Watson, Davii, upholsterer, 41 Lady lane — house, 90 

High street 
Watson, James, George A. Clark Town Hall 
Watson, James, engine-keeper and confectioner, 23 

Carriagehill 
WATSON, JAMES, station master, Abercom Railway 

Station — residence. Station House 
Watson, James, residenter, Stanley place, 50 Causeyside 
Watson, James, fruit merchant, 13 Wellmeadow 
Watson, Jane, Cooking School, 113 George street 
Watson, Harry, foreman printer, " Daily Express" Office, 

— house, 51 High street 
Watson, Mrs, fruiter, Bute place 
Watson, Robert, precentor, Sooth Parish Church 
Watson, Robert, rope and twine manufacturer — office, 32 

High street ; works, Shortroods — house, 1 Maxwell 

street 
WATSON, WILLIAM, flesher, 2 High street— house, 

29 New Smithhills 
Watt, Alexander, of Fullerton, Hodgart, & Barclay, 

Renfrew road — house, 131 George street 
Watt, Robert, grocer, fruiterer, and confectioner, 58 

George street 
Webster, A. F., manufacturer, 2 Forbes place — house, 

Anna Villa, Greenock road 
WEBSTER, JOHN,& CO., spirit merchants, 22 Gauze 

street 
Weatherston, Alexander, officer of South Church, 2 

Alexandria place 
WEBSTER, JOHN, of Webster & Co., Shieldhill, Falkirk 
Webster, William, salesman to Webster & Co., Cameron 

street 
WED DELL, JAMFS, wine and spirit merchant, 37 

Ferguslie — house, 32 do. 



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Weddell, John, cabinetmaker and upholsterer — workshop, 

48 High street — house, 49 do. 
Weir, Agues, general dealer, 24 Queen street 
Weir, David, grocer and spirit merchant, 12 Broomlands 

— house, 105 Causeyside 
WEIR, GEORGE, upholsterer and cabinetmaker, 88 

High street — house, do. 
Weir, James, farmer, Barskiven 
WEIR, JAMES, wholesale aud retail grocer, and cheese 

merchant, 10 Old Smithhills, and 24 Gordon's lane, 

Saucel — house, 8 Gateside 
Weir, James, dining rooms, 28 New Smithhills and 62 

Broomlands 
Weir, John, grocer, 15 Gauze street 
Weir, Mrs, confectioner, 4 George street 
Weir, John, upholsterer and paperhanger, 8 Orr square 

— house, do. 
Weir, William, grocer and spirit merchant, 51 George 

street — house, 104 Causeyside 
Weir, Robert, clerk, J. P. Clerk's office, 88 Causeyside 
Weir, William, restaurateur, 98 Causeyside 
Welsh, J. & Co , mahulacturers and drapers, 17 Moss 

street 
Welsh, William, carpet and bed quilt manufacturer, 12 

Hunter street — house, 64 Love street 
Welsh, William, jun,, bed quilt manufacturer, 18 Causey. 

side — house, do. 
WESTERN CHEMICAL AND COLOUR COMPANY, 

drysalters. Hunter street 
WHAMMOND, JAMES, wine and spirit merchant, 10 

Caledonia street 
White, Andrew, confectioner, 68 Love street — house, 8 do. 
White, Andrew, 31 Gauze street 

WHITE, GEORGE, nurseryman and florist, Carriage- 
hill Nursery — residence, Carriagehill House — (See 

advertisement) 
White, James, 2 Caledonia street 

WHITE, JOHN, of Thomas Wiiite & Sons, 36 Causey- 
side 
White John, farmer, Fulwood, Houston 

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150 pAtsLey 

WHITE, MATTHEW, of Thomas White & Sons, 5 

Blackhall Buildings 
White, Miss, 31 Gauze street 

WHEELER & WILSON, Sewing Machine Manufactur- 
ing Company, 4 Wellmeadovv — Thomas Scott, agent 
White, Robert, salesman, No. 3 Branch Co-operative 

Society, 54 Broomlands — house, 13 West Btichanan 

street 
W^hitCj Thomas, farmer, Yonderton, Inchinnan road 
WHITE, THOMAS, & SONS, engineers and machine 

makers, 28 Gordon's lane 
WHITE, THOMAS, of Thomas White & Sons, 36 

Causeyside 
White, William, farmer, Hairshaw 
Whitefofdj Mi's JameSj fruiterer aiid confectioner, 53 

Causeyside and 4 T-ylesland — house, do. 
Whiteford, James B., of John M'Nair & Co., 2 Thread 

street 
WHITEFORD, J. H., photographer, 25 Storie street- 
house, 27 do. — (See advertisement) 
Whitehead, Alexander, M.B. and C^M. — dispensary, 33 

G-auze street — housfe, do. 
WHITEHEAD, DAVID, of J. & D. Whitehead, 3 

Buchanan terrace 
WHITEHEAD. J. & D., coal merdhatits, tJnderwood 

and Stoney brae depots — office, 16 Moss street 
Whitehead, Joseph, of J. & D. Whitehead, insurance 

agent 
Whiteheadj Agnes, grocer and wine and spirit merchant^ 

44 Broomlands 
WHITEHILL^ M., & CO., shawl manufacturers, 8 and 

9 Causeyside 
Whyte, Miss Margaret^ grocer, 9 Wardrop street 
Wilkie, Andrew, jun., stationer and news agent, 17 

George street— house, 34 Glen street 
Wilkie, Andrew, of Allison & Wilkie, 34 Canal street 
Wilkie, Mis Duncan, wine and spirit merchant, 32 

George street 
wilkie, John. pa"nter and paperhanger, 39 High street 
Williamson, Mrs M., grocer, 40 Wellmeadow 



Paisley. lot 

Wills, Jariies, provision merchant, 63 George street 

WILSON, ARCHIBALD, wine and spirit merchant, 56 
Canseyside — house, 1 Stevenson street 

Wilson, Adam, dyer, 7 Wellmeadovs^ 

Wilson, Alexander, coal merchant, Gordon's lane — honsdj 
85 Canseyside 

Wilson, Rev. Alexander, nlinister of the Evangelical 
Union Church — house, 59 Canseyside 

Wilson, Charles, flesher, 21 Sandholes 

Wilson & Co., slaters, slate and cement merchants, 19 
Sandholes 

WILSOiN, DAVID, of M. Whitehill -& Co., Tullieallaii, 
Castlehead 

Wilson, D., police ofRcer, 29 Canal street 

Wilson, Dr Frank, M.B., CM., 29 Wellmeadow 

Wilson, G-EORGE, & CO., powerloom cloth manu- 
facturers, George street factory, 147 George street^ 
Paisley; and Dalmarnock weaving factory, Glasgow 

Wilson, GEORGE, slater, of Wilson & Co., 19 Sand- 
holes — house, do. 

Wilson, George, jun., clerk to J. N. & J. Gardner, 5 
Garthland lane 

Wilson, George, of Wilson & Co , Dalmarnock HousCj 
Both well 

Wilson, Janet C, dressmaker, 3 Neil street 

Wilson, JAMES, flesher, 21 Old Sneddon— house, 9 
St James street 

Wilson, James, watchmaker and jeweller, 47 High street 
— house, 92 High street 

Wilson, James, factor, Dykebar House, Barrhead road 

Wilson, James, commission agent for printing material^ 
&c., 11 Barclay street 

Wilson, James, grocer, Russell street 

Wilson, J.i, & Co., manufacturers, 7 St. Mirren street 

Wilson, J. D., accountant, property and insurance agent^ 
12 High street — house, 19 Sandholes — (See adver- 
tisement) 

Wilson, J. D., of Wilson & Co., 19 Sandholes 

Wilson, John, factor to Lord Blautyrcj Freelandj neai* 
Bishopton 



152 PAISLEY. 

Wilson, John, Confectioner, 66 Causeyside 

Wilson, John, of J. Wilson k Co., Stanley pl»ce, 48 

Causeyside 
WILSON, JOHISF, of M. Whitehill & Co., Brovvnheath, 

Crow road 
Wilson, John, surgeon, 13 Broomlands 
Wilson, Malcolm, traveller for Robin & Houston, 4 Lyle 

Buildings, Kilmalcolm 
Wilson, Martha, cowfeeder, 19 Lady lane 
Wilson, Miss J., dressmaker, 44 Moss street 
Wilson, Miss, saleswoman, 19 Moss street — house, Lady 

lane 
Wilson, Miss Maggie, grocer, 2 Russell street 
Wilson, Mrs Andrew, 1 Christie street 
Wilson, Mrs Daniel, flesher, 5 Lawn street 
Wilson, Mrs D., railHner and dressmaker, 43 High 

street 
WILSON, ROBERT, baker. 111 George street 
Wilson, Robert, & Co., starch and corn flour manufac- 
turers, Adelphi Starch Works, New Sneddon street 
WILSON, ROBERT, grocer and provision merchant, 15 

George street — house, 122 do. 
Wilson, Robert, milliner, 41 George street 
Wilson, Mrs Agnes, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 

107 George street 
Wilson, Robert, of Robert Wilson & Co., 49 Love 

street 
Wilson, Mrs Robert, 4 Underwood road 
Wilson, Robert, slater, 21 West street 
WILSON, ROBERT, auctioneer and live stock agent — 

mart, 13 Storie street — office, 97 High street 
Wilson, Robert, bookbinder and stationer, Queen street 
Wilson, Thomas, & Sou, chemists and druggists, 36 

Ferguslie — house, 29 Maxwelltou 
Wilson, Thomas, builder, Neilston street — house, Mans- 

field place, Neilstcm street 
Wilson, Walter, watchmaker and jeweller, 29 Maxwell- 
ton 
Wilson, Walter, & Son, wholesale toy merchants, 4 Storie 

street 



PAISLEY. 15S 

Wilson, William, shoemaker, 23 Maxwellton street 

Wilson, William, of Ceorge Wilson & Co., 7 Garthland 
place 

WILSON, WILLIAM, bookseller, manufacturing sta- 
tioner, bookbinder, and news aojent, 107 High, street, 
Cross (Coffee Room Buildings) — workshop, 18 Gil- 
mour street — house, 23 Causeyside 

Wilson, William, of Thomas Wilson & Son, 29 Maxwell- 
ton 

Wilson, William, photographer, 33 Glen street 

WILSON, WILLIAM, waste merchant, 10 Orchard st. 
— house, 17 do. 

Wingate, John, cowfeeder, 10 Gatestde 

Wingate, Robert, late keeper Coffee Room — house, 18 
Barclay street 

Winning, Mrs Mary, draper and hosier, 49 Broomlands 

WINNING, JAMES, accountant, house-factor, and 
insurance agent for Fire, Life, Accidents, and Plate 
Glass, Terrace Buildings, 109 High street — house, 
Crawflower Cottage, Mary street 

Winning, George, confectioner, 11 Cotton street 

Winning, Robert, at Jas. Winning's, Crawflower cottage, 
Mary street 

WOOD, JAMES, & CO., coal merchants, Underwood 
and Stoney brae depots, Paisley; and Fulbar street, 
Renfrew (See advertisement) 

Wood, William, 17 Greenhill road 

Wood, James, of James Wood & Co., Caversbank, 48 
Oakshaw street, and Bathville House, Bathgate 

Wood, John A , of James Wood <fe Co., 4t High street 

Woodrow, J,, spirit merchant, 1 Doveisland— house, 3 
Orchard street 

Woodrow, Mrs G. Marshall, 8 Buchanan terrace 

Woodrow, John, senior assistant in Neilson Institution, 
17 Moss street 

Woodrow, Matthew, clerk, 21 Wellmeadow 

Wotherspoon, John B., at Wm. M'Intyre's, jun., & Co., 
Blackball — house, Abercorn place 

Wotherspoon, Robert, letterpress printer, 3 Ralston 
Square (foot of Castlehead road) 



154 PAISLEY. 

WOTHERSPOON, WILLIAM, manufacturer of Com 
Flour and Glenfield Starch — works, Maxwellton — ^ 
warehouses, Kinniag Park, Glasgow, and Queen 
street, London, E.G. — residence, Maxwellton Houses 
Paisley 
"Worthington, William, at James Stewart & Co.'s, Ann.-- 

field place 
Wright, James, clerk at itnderwood road dyeworks, 2S 

G-len street 
Wright, J., general merchant, 1 Ferguslie 
Wright, John, brush, basket, comb, and toy warehouse, 

98 Causeyside — house, do. 
Wright, John, hairdresser, 98 Catiseyside — house, do. 
Wright, Mrs A., victualler, 23 Abbey street 
Wright, Peter, farmer. Knock, off Renf revv road 
Wright, Mrs Robert, wine and spirit merchant, 4 Cotton 

street 
Wright, Robert, joiner, 4 Cotton street 
Wylie, Andrew, baker, 6 Broomlan^s 
Wylie, Richard, grocer and confectioner, 5 Neilston road 
Wylie, David, confectioner, 29 Orchard street 
Wylie, Mrs John, 26 Maxwellton street 
Wylie, Mrs, greengrocer, 43 Broomlands 
Wylie, John, salesman at Andrews Bros., 26 MaxwelltoiQ 

street 
Wylie, John, clerk, Union Bank — house, 230 Thornton 

terrace, North Woodside road, Glasgow 
WYLIE, MRS R, S., grocer, and wine and spirit mer- 
chant, 71 Love street — house, 72 do. 
W>lie, Mrs William, boot and shoe maker, 33 High street 

— house, 1 Orr Square 
YATES, THOMAS, of James Carlyle, Sons, & Co., 

Langroods 
Young, Alexander, feuar, 18 Barclay street 
Young, Alexander, plasterer, 7 Caledonia street — house, 

4 Greenhill road 
Young, Andrew, meter inspector, 19 Mill street 
Y'OUNG, DAVID, of Young & Martin, Wallace Bank, 

Castlehead 
YOUNG, DAVID, clerk at Clydesdale Bank 



PAISLEY 155 

Young, George M., butcher, and wine and spirit merchant, 

5 Broomlands 
Young, J. & J., general grocers, 6 George street — house, 

7 do. 
Young, James, manager to John M'Kay & Co., pawn- 
brokers, 7 Broomlands — house, 132 George street 
Young, James A., writer. County Buildings —house, 

Wallace Bank, Castiehead 
YOUNG, JAMES, brassfounder, 9 New street — houses 

30 Orchard street 
Young, James, 7 George street 
YOUNG, JOHN, boot and shoe manufacturer, 93 High 

street 
YOUNG & MARTIN, writers and Town Clerks, County 

buildings 
Yomng, John, farmer, Fulwood, Houston 
YOUNG, JOHN, & CO., timber merchants and saw 

millers, Burgh Saw Mills, Caledonia street 
Young, John, cowfeeder, 7 Canal street 
YOUNG, JOHN, of John Young & Co., Priory Park, 

Castlehead 
YOUNG, JOHN, & SON, drapers, 7 Orr square 
Young, John, ironmonger, tinsmith, and gasfitter, 1 

Broomlands 
YOUNG, MOREIS, curator, Free Library and Museum, 

High street — house, do. 
Young, Miss, milliner, 87 High street 
Young, Mrs James, eating-house keeper, 5 Canal street 
Young, Robert, plumber and gasfitter, 47 High street- 
house, do. 
Young, Robert B., salt and whiting merchant, 11 Sand- 
holes 
YOUNG, SAMUEL, of John Young & Co., Fernlea, 

Greenock road 
Young, Stephen, A. M'L., 8 Orr square 
YOUNG, STEPHEN, printer, lithographer and book- 
binder, 2 New street — ^house, 8 Orr square 
Young, William W., clerk at Young & Martin's, Wallace 

Bank, Castlehead 
Young, William, tobacconist, 74 Causeyside — house, do. 



156 



PAISLEY. 



Youug, William, cowfecder, and hay and straw merchant* 

11 Broomlands 
YOUNG, WILLIAM, funeral undertaker and carriage 

hirer, office, 2 County place — stables and workshop, 

4 St. James place 
Young, William, feuar, 2 Christie street 
Yuill, William, Craigielea, Blackstoaa road 




PAISLEY DIRECTORY, 

ARRANGED BY TRADES AND PROFESSIONS. 

Accountants. 

Anderson, John, 5 Comity place 

Boyd, Alexander, Bank of Scotland 

Boyd, Kobert. 46 Moss street 

Fisher, John, 4 Causeyside 

Gardner, Alexander, British Linen Co.'s Bank 

Hodge, Thomas, Carriagehill drive 

Keay, Angus, 12 High street 

Lyle, Dalrymple, 4 High street 

Mackenzie, James, Clydesdale Banking Company 

Muir, John, 23 Moss street 

M'Gown, Alex. B., 14 Gilmour street 

M'Gown, John, 14 Gilmour street 

Ormiston, William James, Royal Bank of Scotland 

Paterson, William G., Chamberlain's Office 

Robertson, J. Jack, 52 Storie street, and- 121 West 

Regent street, Glasgow 
Saunders, George, Clydesdale Bank 
Winning, James, Terrace Buildings, 109 Hio-h street 
Wilson, J. D., 12 High street 

Agents and Commission Agents. 

Alcorn, James, (Goods office) Canal street 
Allan, John S., 5 Campbill 
Armour, Robert, 109 Causeyside 
Bell, James, (Railway) foot of Stoney brae 
Beveridge, David, jun., G. & S.-W. Railway agent 
Stoney brae station ' 

Blair, Peter, (Carting) Goods Station, Greenlaw 
Cook, Archibald, Janefield villa, Gateside 



158 PAISLEY. 

Cowan & Co,, (Railway) Greenlaw Goods Station 

Donald, Thomas, 103 High street 

Eadie, Peter, 12 High street 

Eaglesim, Robert, 3 High street 

Fisher, George, 38 New street 

Gilmour, David, 5 Causey side 

Gilmour, James, 21 Caledonia street 

Glover, James, & Co., (Shipping) 6Q Back Sneddon 

Hutton, Robert, 40 Broomlands 

Lachlan, Robert, 4 Moss street 

Muir, A. Craig (75 Buchanan street, Glasgo"w), 47 

Oakshaw street 
Muir, R. W., Annfield Villa, Castlehea^ 
Muir, Robert, 4 Buchanan terrace 
M* Andrew, John, 17 Abbey street 
M'Lean, Robert, (Goods) Greenlaw Station 
M'Pherson, Henry, 4 Old Smithhills 
Nicolson, John, (Glasgow), Marylea, Calside 
Rodger, William, Lylesland Cottage 
Thomson, John, 21 St. James street 
Wilson, James, 11 Barclay street (Printing Material) 

grated Manufacturers.. 
Gilmour, John, 20 Moss street 
Hosie Brothers, 3 George street 
Kerr, Archibald, 23 to 25 Caledonia street 
Leitch, Thomas, 9 Gordon's lane 
Stevenson, David, 5 Glen lane 

ArcMtects and Land. Surveyors. 

Davidson, Charles, Terrace buildings 
Donald, James, 22 Caledonia street 
Hutchison, John, I. A., 190 West George street, Glas-, 
gow — house, Fairhil], where messages can be left 
Lamb, J. Barr, l.A,, 12 High street 
Patersou, Robert, 10 Bridge street 
Rennison & Scott, 15 Gilmour street 

Auctioneers and Appraisers^ 
M^cFadyen, Jas. R., 28 Wellmeadow 



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Paterson, Robert, 10 Bridge street 

Wilson, Robert, 13 Storie street and 97 High street 

Bakers. 
Adam, Andrew, 24 Ganze street 
Aitken, Thomas, 17 Wellmeadovv 
Barr, Alexander, 5 Love street 
Barr, Mrs John, 24 J Causeyside 
Buchanan, Joseph, 152 George street 
Clark, John, 33 Ganze street 
Cuthbertson, Alexander, 33 Causeyside 
Dempster, John, 4 Dovesland 
Galbraith, John, 22 Wellmeadow 
Oibson, Andrew, 98 High street 
'Oilmour, Allan, 144 George street 
Ooold, William, 22 Sandholes 
'Goudie, John, 18 Broomlands 
Graham, Daniel, 7 Old Sneddon 
Hamilton, George, 6 Hospital lane 
Hamilton, Mrs James, 4 Old Smithhills 
Hamilton, Robert, 55 Causeyside 
Hamilt in, Thomas, 31 Orchard street 
Kelly, James Y., 34 High street 
Kennedy, John, 31 High street 
Lang, John, jun., 78 High street 
Lockhart, Alexander, 25 Gordon's lane 
Munro, James, 6 Silk street 
M' Garth, Patrick, 69 Back Sneddon 
MTnnes, H., 113 Causeyside 
MTvean, James, 36 High street 
M'Kean, Robert, 52 Caledonia street 
M'Lean, Neil, 105 George street 
M'Nicol, John, 5 Moss street 
M'Pherson, Joseph, 79 Broomlands 
Oliver, Robert, 73 Love street 
Orr, James, 55 Causeyside 
Orr, Thomas, 13 St. James place 
Paisley Bread Association, 7 Hospital lane 
Paisley Provident Co-operative Bakery, 139 George 



160 PAISLEY. 

Paterson, James, 138 George street 

Patrick, James, 38 High street 

Patrick, Mrs Thomas, 69 Broomlands 

Peacock, Mrs Robert, 5 George street 

Primrose, R, M., 59 Causey side 

Richmond, James, 82 Canal street 

Richmond, William, 6 Moss street 

Ritchie, William. 4 Lawn street 

Scott, William, 29 Canal street 

Sinclair, Daniel, 4 Clark's Buildings, Underwoody 

2 Springbank road, and 3 Garthland street 
Smith, Alexander, 41 Broomlands 
Smith, William, 82 Broomlands 
Sproul, James, 11 Wallace street 
Steven, William, 32 Storie street 
Swan, J. & M., 73 Causeyside 
Wilson, Robert, 111 George street 
Wylie, Andrew, 6 Broomlands 

Bankers. 

Abercromhie, WiUiara, Union Bank, 3 Gihnour st. 
Finlator, Thomas, Royal Bank, St. Mirren street 
Guilleaume, Peter, National Bank, St. Mirren street 
M'Farlane, Hugh, British Linen Company's Bank, 

17 Gilmour street 
Ross, James, Commercial Bank of Scotland, 6 Gil- 
mour street 
Russell, Robert, Clydesdale Bank, 7 High street 
Veitch, George Seton, Bank of Scotland, St. Mirren 
street 

Belt Makers. 

Baird, William, successor to Wm. Stirling & Co., 

86 High street 
Calderwood, James, 32 High street 

Bill Posters. 

Macdonald, John, & Son, 16 Old Sneddon. 
Paisley Bill Posting Company^ 47 Moss street 



PAISLEY. 161 

Bleachers, Shawl "Washers, Scourers, 85c. 

Aikmau & Co., Camberland place 

Blackwood, Matthew, & Son, Arthurlie Bleachworks, 

Barrhead 
Donald, Stewart, & Henderson, Crofthead Bleach - 

works, Neilston 
Edmond, Robert, & Son, South Bridge street 
Fulton, William, & Sons, Glenfield 
Hamilton, Adam, & Sons, Blackland Mill 
Hogg & Co , GO New Sneddon 
Hutchison, William, jun., & Co., George place 
Liggat, David, & Co., Colinslee 
Lounsdale Bleaching Company, Lounsdale 
M'Lardie, James, Meiklcriggs 
Paisley House of Refuge (washing and dressing) 
Pollock and Cochrane, Thrushcraig 
Robertson, M., & Co., Foxbar 
Ross, George, Seedhill 
Seedhill Finishing Company 
Templeton, J., & Co., Jenny's Well 
Walker^ Drybrough, & Co., Arkleston 

Bookbinders. 

Carswell, David, & Son^ 35 Storie street 

Carswell, John, 4 High street 

Parian e, J. & R,, 97 High street 

Ritchie, David, 32 High street 

Wilson, Robert, 27 Queen street 

Wilson, William, 107 High street and 18 Gilmoar bL 

Booksellers and Stationers. 

Adam, William, 7 Gilmour street 
Anderson, James, 60 High street 
Barbour, John, 99 Causeyside 
Barr, John, 81 High street 
Beckett, James, 9 Glen street 
Beckett, Matthew, 94 High street 
Begg, Thomas, 109 Causeyside 
Berry, Joseph, 34 Causeyside 
Caldwell, J., 2 Gilmour street 



162 PAISLEY. 

Cheap Book Store, 54 Causeyside 

Gardner, Alexander, 3 Moss street 

Glassford, Mrs, 31 Gauze street 

Goudie, James, 24 High street 

Glover, Thomas, 11 Moss street 

Hay, Robert, & Son, 10 High street 

Kerr, Mrs, 68 Causeyside 

Melvin, T. James, 14 High street 

Muir, Catherine, 12 Old Smithhills 

M'Dougall Brothers, 4 Moss st. and 106 Causeyside 

Orr, Myss; 29 Canal street 

*' Paisl ey Herald " Office, 10 Moss street 

Parlane, J. & R., 97 High street 

Paton, James jun. (wholesale), 102 High street 

Paterson, John, 76 High street 

Reid, James, 18 High street 

Reid, James, 11 Old Smithhills 

Robson, William, 84 Broomlands 

Small, Mra, 70 Causeyside 

Wilkie, Andrew, 17 George street 

"Wilson, Robert, 27 Queen street 

V\ilson, William, 107 High street (Cross) 

Boot and Slioemakers. 

Andrew, Robert, 3 New Smithhills 

Blane, James, 31 Cotton street 

Boyle, James, 18 Wallace street 

Bruce, Alexander, 36 St. James street 

Brunker, James, 19 Gauze street 

Cairn ie, James, 24 New street 

Campbell, Nuble, 29 Cotton street 

Campbell, Robert, clogmaker, 6 St. Mirren street 

Cameron, John, 70 Broomlands 

Crawford, Gavin, 97 High street 

Dick, James, & Sons (wholesale), 166 George street 

Dick, R. & J., 82 High street 

Dobie, William, 10 Gauze street 

Donaldson, Mrs John, 6 Orchard street 

Douglas, Duncan, 38 Causeyside 

Drennan, Alexander, 1 Wellmeadow & 133 Georgest 



PAISLEY. 1 63 

Dunlop, Alexander, 109 George street 
Dunlop, David, 24 Wellmeadow 
Dunlop, Thomas, 2 Broomlands 
Forsyth, George, 69 High street 
Forsyth, Robert, 2 Neilston road 
Forsyth, William, 149 George street 
Galbraith, Charles, 17 Gauze street 

Gibson, John (wholesale), Cumberland Court, Causey- 
side 

Hagerty, William, 41 New street 

Houston, John, 15 Old Smithhills 

Hutchison, Robert, 83 High street 

Jamieson, Samuel, 6 Lylesland 

Kennedy, Archibald, 9 Prussia street 

Knight, S. H., 149 George street 

Kvle, Lowery, 15 Broomlands 

M'itchell, John S., 13 Wellmeadow 

Morris, Noble, 30 Great Hamilton street 

Morrison, James, 46 Moss street 

Mortimer, George, 32 Causeyside 

Murray, J., 3 West street 

M'Ausland, Alexander, 14 High street 

M'Ausland, John, 5 New Smithhills 

McDonald. Allan, 6 Neilston street 

M'Farlane, Alexander, 69 Causeyside 

M'Laughlan, Joseph, 7 Lawn street 

M'Lean, Ralph, 67 Canal street 

M'Murrich, James, & Co., 32 High street (wholesale) 

M'Nish, Robert, 92 High street 

M'Nish, Mrs William, 5 County place and 41 Moss 
street 

Paterson, A. & W.. 87 High street 

Pattison, Robert, 1 34 George street 

Provident Co-operative Shoeshop, 81 High street 

Robinson, James, 7 Bi'idge street 

Shayer, Alexander, 83 Causeyside 

Smith, James, 30 Glen street 

Sinclair, Samuel, 7 Wardrop street 

Wilson, William, 23 Maxwellton street 

Wylie, Mrs William, 33 High street 



64 PAISLEY. 

Foung, John, 93 High street 

Bosmakers crancy) 
Davidson & Ritchie, 9 New street 
Ritchie, David, 7 New Sneddon 

Brassfounders. 

Cochran & M'Gechan, New Smithhills 

Grandison, James L., 3 Causeyside 

M'Lean, Samuel, Macdowall street 

Morrison, John, & Sons, Dyers' Wind 

Porteous, Dundas S., Snawdoun Works, 55 Back 

Sneddon 
Todd, George, 13 High street 
Young, James, 9 New street 

Brewers. 
Sacell Brewery Co., 8 Saucell 

Brickmakers and Brickbuilders. 
Brown. Robert, & Son — town office, Abercorn Bridge 

— works, Shortroods and Ferguslie 
Bell & M'Lachlan. Shortroods Brickworks — office, 2 

Glen lane 
Gait, John — works, Nethercoramon — yard, 16 Abbey 

close 
Hillcoat, Robert, Westmarch 

Hillcoat, Thomas, Tannahill place, Greenock road 
M'Kaig, Thomas, Victoria Brick Works, 28 Love 

street 
Pollock, William, 3 Russell street 
Primrose, George, Lady lane 
Rankine, John & Co., North Caledonia Brick Works 

Love street 
Robertson, George, Gockston 

BriLsli, Basket, Comb, Toy? and Fancy G-oods 
"Warelioiises. 

Brannan, Mrs, 22 Gauze street 



PATSJLEY. 165 

Donald, William K., 3 Moss street 

Fonlds, J. & J., 8 Moss street 

Gardner, Mrs, 42 Moss srreet 

Henderson, Mrs, 12 G-auze street 

Lockhart, Elizabeth, 24 Wellmeadow 

Mair, E., 69 Broomlands 

Thomson Mrs John, 87 High street (corner of 

ChnrchhiU) 
Wilson, Walter, & Son, 4 Storie street 
Wright, John, 98 Causeyside 

Cal3instmak@rs. 
Auld, John, P., 30 Orchard street 
Baird, William, 24 High street 
Black, James, & Co., King street 
Bryce, Joseph, 62 High street 
Cameron, Alexander, 40 High street 
Cassidy, E., 8 Chnrchhill 
Erskine, Andrew, 2 Lady lane 
Gardener, James, 2 Inkle street 
Henderson, Matthew S., 37 Wellmeadow. 
Hunter, James, 32 High street 
Hunter William, 84 George street 
M'Geachy, James, 49 Moss street 
M'Innes, John, William street 
Paterson, Joseph, 94 Causeyside 
Paton, J.& J., 80 High street, and 22 Glen street 
Pratt, David, 29 Gauze street 
Kisk &. Marshall, 33 Wellmeadow. 
Stevenson, Alexander, 26 Causeyside 
Weddell, John, 48 High street 
Weir, George, 88 High street 

Calenderers and Finishers. 

Aikman & Co., Cumberland place 
Blair & Dick, Espedair Works 
Bonnar & Hamilton, 15 Causeyside 
Cochran, James, 99 Causeyside 
Crawford, William, 105 Causeyside 
Cunningham, Alexander, 16 Causeyside 



.66 iPAiSLtet. 

Edmond, Eobert & Sons, South Bridge street 

Fulton, William, & Sons, Glenfield 

Hutchison, William, & Co., George place 

Law, William, 113 Causeyside 

iVI'Lardie, James, Meikleriggs 

Pollock & Cochran, Thruscraig 

Robertson, David, & t^on, 2 Water brae (Burgh) and 
7 Marshall lane 

Robertson, John, & Sons, Marshall's lane and Cart- 
side 

Ross, Geotge, Seedhill 

Calico and Slia-^1 Printers^, 

Hamilton, John, 4 Cumberland court 
Macfarlane, D., Underwood road 
Walker, Drybrough & Co., Arkleston 

candle Makers* 

Dobie, George, Orchard street 
Bobin & Houston, 61 New Sneddon 
Sim, William, & Co., 1 West Croft 
Stevenson, John, & Sons, 77 New Sneddon 

Card and Print Cutters^ 

Dauchop, John, 11 Falside 
Brodie, Thomas, 15 Causeyside 
Davidson, Thomas, Cumberland place 
Hamilton, John, 4 Cumberland Court 
Lang, Robert, Marshall's lane 
M'Arthur, Alexander, 1 Shuttle street 
Thomson, Peter, 6 Forbes street 
Thomson, William, 13 Abbey street 

Carpet Hanufacturers. 

Forbes, William, & Son, 21 and 22 Well street 
Reid & Howie, 13 Causeyside 
Ronald, Jack, & Co., Nethercommon 
Welsh, William, Hunter street 



PAISLEY. 167 

Carters. 
Bauchop, David, 1 Great Hamilton street 
Caledonian Railway Company, Railway Station, 

Greenlaw — Peter Blair, agent 
Cowan & Co., Railway Station, Greenlaw— Robert 

M'Leau, agent 
Gumming, William, 17 Well street 
Finlayson, Alexander, Carriagehill 
Gilmom*, James, 38 Thread street 
Kirkwood, William, 134 George street 
M'Cafferay, Bernard, & Son, 11 New Smithhilk 
M'CoU, B., & Sons, 15 Abbey close 
Pringle, Matthew, 24 Storie street 
Rutherford, Thomas, 4 Garthland lane 
Stewart, John, 42 Back Sneddon 
Walker, William, 39 Lady lane 

Carvers and Gilders. 
M'Whinnie, John, 81 High street 
Neilston, William, 85 High street 
Sawers, J., 39 High street 

Chemical "Works, 
Anderson k Wallach, M'Farlane street, Race Course 

road 
Bost, W. D. Ashton, Cartvale, New Sneddon 
Campbell & Co., Cartvale Works, New Sneddon 
Craig, Allan & Sons, Blackstonn Oil Works 
Espedair Chemical Co., Gordon's lane 
Forrest, William, Burnbank, Chain road 
Muir & Anderson, St, Mirren Works, New Sneddon 
M' Alpine, Thomas, Espedair Chemical Works 
iVl'Farlane, J. & G., Brediland and Johnstone 

Chemical Works, 
Smith, Richard, Chemical Works, Greei^loan, off 

Greenock road 
Western Chemical Company, Hunter street 

CMma@7 Sweeps. 
Adani;j Alexander, & Sons, 14 Smithhills 



168 PAISLEY. 

Blane, G., 4 Prussia street 

Gait, William, & Son, 35 St. James street 

China and. Crystal Merchant. 

Campbell, Marion, 75 Love street 

Crawford, Elizabeth 0., 47 Moss street 

Dickie, E., 21 Moss street 

Forrest, Samuel, 53 Broomlands 

Fulton, Mrs, 20 Lawn street 

Fulton, Peter, 2 Canal street 

Gibb, Thomas, 39 New street 

Houston, Matthew, 19 George street 

Kay, James, 24 George street 

Kerr, Jobn, 24 Causeyside 

Millar, Thomas, 117 George street 

M'Leod, Robert C.,- 89 Causeyside 

Niven, Mrs, 17 Ferguslie 

Robertson, Matthew, 111 George street 

Ronald, George, 2 Cotton street 

Speirs, John, 19 Cotton street 

Speirs, William, 63 Causeyside. 

Storrie, J. &, W,, 37 High street and 1 Storie st. 

Clergymen of various Denominations- 

Allbutt, George Lawrence, 9| Stevenson street 
Burns, A. Fyfe, St, George's Church — house, 

Castlehead. 
Brown, James, D-D., St. James' Manse, Castlehead 
Chisholm, Hugh, R.C., East Buchanan street 
Clazy, George, Castlehead 
Cook, David, Anna Villa, Greenock road 
Croueh, John, Janefield place, Lylesland 
Dalgety, J. B., 34 High street 
Dunlop, Robert, Ardgowan Cottage, Blackball. 
Elder, Andrew, Fern bank, Meikleriggs. 
Fleming, Andrew G., Gowanlea, Castlehead. 
Fleming, John, M.A., 33 New Sneddon. 
Flett, Oliver, D.D., Greenieholm, Calside 
Gentles, Thomas, A.M., Abbey Manse 



PAISLEY 169 

Harding, Samuel, 7 Orr street 

Henderson, Andrew, Ashgrove, Castlehead 

Hutton, George C, D.D., Mount Pleasant, Canal st. 

Lang, A. Montgomery, Castlehead. 

Low, William B. D., Polterfield, Castlehead 

Metcalfe, William M., Castlehead 

Mills, William Fowler, Greenock road 

M'Donald, J., K.C, St. Mary's Villa, 73 George st. 

M'Indoe, William, 97 George street 

Niven, Frederick C, The Manse, 51 Love street 

Park, George, 2 Gartbland place 

Porteous, John, Mtinsfield place 

Sturrock, James B., 29 Oakshaw street 

Thomson, John, D.D., Blackhall terrace 

Wilson, Alexander, 59 Causeyside 

Clotli Merchants and Ag:ents for do- 

Greenlees, Thomas, & Co., 13 Causeyside 
Stewart, John, & Co., 6 Forbes place 
Thomson, John, 1 St James street 

Cloth Merchants and "Woollen drapers- 

Anderson, James, 16 Gilmour street 

Ooold, James, 47 Moss street 

King, Alexander, k Son, 4 Gilmour street 

M'Killigin, Duncan, 15 High street 

Paisley Clothing Company, High street (Cross) 

Robertson & M'Gibbon, 17 High street 

Russell, Joseph, 18 Gilmour street 

Coach and Van Builders- 
Glasgow, Charles, 4 Gauze street and 18 Mill street 
Lee, Robert, 12 St. James street 
M'Nair, John, <& Co., 3 Mill street 
Roxburgh, Robert, 4 Garthland lane 
Spreul, Andrew, 8 Christie street 

Coach Hirers. 
Bell, John, 12 Causeyside and Forbes place 
Boydj Robert, 39 Causeyside 
o 



170 PAISLEY. 

Goudie, Humphrey, 3 King street 

Hutton, James, 11 Incle street 

King, Andrew, jun., Mossvale stables 

King, James, 2 County place and George Hotel 

stables, 1 Smithhills 
Young, William, 2 County place and 4 St. James 

street 

Coal Hercliants and.- Dealers. 

Barr, George, 5 South Orr street 

Berry, Thomas, 45 Calside. 

Blackley, Thomas, Underwood depot 

Craig, Andrew, 23 Lady lane 

Caldwell, David, Uuderwood and Canal depot 

Caldwell, John, Caledonia Mineral Depot and Canal 

street 
Campbell, Archibald, 48 Mill street 
Chambers, William, 8 Lylesland 
Coats Brothers, Barrhead and 68 Broomlands 
Ferguson, Moses, Western coal depot, King street 
Fletcher, Hugh, 5 Wardrop street 
Fletcher, J. C, 26 Cotton street 
Foulds, Alexander, Caledonia depot 
Hector, Matthew, & Co., Underwood depot 
Knox, Walter, Stoney brae 
Lamont, William, 11 Caledonia street 
Logan, David, & Son, Underwood depot 
Lyle. James A. (Glasgow), 1 Mansfield place 
Mitchell, James, 32 Newton street 
Moore, Robert, Underwood 
M'Connochie, William, 8 Espedair 
M'Gallan, James S.. Underwood depot 
M'Lachlan, James, Gordon's lane and Underwood 

depot 
M'Lauchlan, Robert, 109 High street (Terrace 
Buildings), and Greenlaw depot, Renfrew road 
M'Leod, Mattbew, Underwood and Stoney Brae 

depots 
Pollock, William, jnn., Hunter street 
llobertson, John, Underwood depot 



iPAISLEY. 171 

Risk, Robert, Underwood depot 

Robertson, Matthew, 111 George street 

Rough, Matthew, Underwood depot 

Speirs & Gibb, Underwood and Stoney Brae depots 

Steen, James, 27 Thread street 

Stevenson, Thomas, 41 WeUmeadow 

Todd, George, jun., Underwood depot 

Turnbull, William, Greenlaw station 

Underwood Cooperative Com})any, Underwood 

depot 
Warnock, James, 20 Niddry street 
Whitehead, J. & D., Underwood and Stoney Brae 

depots — office, 16 Moss street 
Wilson, Alexander, Gordon's lane 
Wood, James, & Co., Underwood and Stoney Brae 

depot 

Coffee Houses and Hotels (Temperance). 
British Workman Public House, 3 George street 
British Workman Public House, 80 High street 
British Workman Public House, 8 St. James place 
Gilmour,* Andrew, 84 Causeyside 
M'Nicol, John, 5 Moss street 
Richmond William. 6 Moss street 
Royal Oak Restaurant, 45 Moss street 
Stevenson, Mrs, 9 High street 

Confectioners and Fruiterers. 
Adam, Mrs, 7 Neilston road 
Adam, Mrs William, 23 Gauze street 
Adam Robert, 29 Castle street 
Adam, William, 20 Sandholes 
Allan, Robert, 7 Moss street 
Allison, John, 22 Causeyside 
Anderson, Annie, 45 George street 
Barr, Mrs S., 8 St. James place 
Barton, Mrs, 73 Love street 
Benson, Henry, 25 Maxwellton street 
Boag, Robert, 9 Love street 
Boyd, James. 21 Gauze street 



172 l^AlStEY. 

Brodie, John, 25 High street 
Brown, Mrs, 2 Cotton street 
Burt, James, 79 High street 
Cairns, Alexander, 32 High street (wholesale) 
Cairns, Robert, 2 High street 
Caldwell, Janet, 81 Broomlands 
Campbell, James, 7 Mill street 
Carpenetti, B., 20 Sandlioles 

Cashmore, John, 110 High street and 94 Causey- 
side 
Christie, Mrs, 36 Moss street 
Crooks, Mrs William, o^ Bridge street 
Coekbum, John, 83 Causeyside 
Colquhoun, Edward, 33 George street 
Currie, Alexander, 30 Wellmeadow 
Dickie, James, 26 Causeyside 
Ferri, G., 95 High street 
Findlay, William, 4 Mossvale lane 
Fisher, William, 65 George street 
Foote, Mrs, 30 Back Sneddon 
Gray, Miss, 66 Causeyside 
Gemmell, Henry, 16 Wallace street 
Gilchrist, William, 30 St. James street 
Gilroy, Janet, 9 Lylesland 
Greenlees, Jane, 10 Old Sneddon 
Henderson, Mrs. 12 George street 
Herd, Mrs Robert, 1 Inkle street (wholesale) 
Higgens, M., 11 Cross street 
Hill, Miss, 30 High street 
Holms, Andrew, 28 Glen street 
Hindle, Robert, 8 Mossvale street 
Jamieson, J., 17-|- ^^"ell street 
Kerr, Francis, 21 Glen street 
Kerr, Benjamin, 1 Smitbhills 
Kerr, Helen, 43 Moss street 
Kent, Mrs James, 32 Gee rge street 
Kyle, John, 28 Causeyside 
Lamond, Duncan, 18 Lady lane 
Lang, Mrs William, 20 Cotton street 
Lees, Mrs R., 21 Broomlands 



PAISLEY. 173 

Lilla & Edwards, Macdowall street (wholesale 
Little, Jane, 6 Old Sneddon 
Little, John, 3 Wellmeadow 
Lockhart, E., 24 Wellmeadow 
Love, A., 46 Calside 
Menzies, Peter, 7 Old Sneddon 
Miles, J. & J., 3 County place 
Morton, J,, 22 Lawn street 
Murdoch, Mrs, 20 Lawn street 
Miller, Walter, 29 New street 
M'Callum, Agnes, 11 Smithhills 
McCartney, James, 14 Gauze street 
M' i on aid. James, 5 Well street 
M'Coll, Daniel, 12 Abbey close 
M'Cowan, R. T., 44 Moss street 
M'Donald, Mrs Allan, 13 Maxwellton street 
M'Gown, Neil, 29 Ferguslie 
M'lUwrick, William, 69 Love street 
M'Kell, Mrs Peter, 118 George street 
M'Millan, Fergus, 8 Lawn street 
M'Millan, William, 35 Wellmeadow 
M'Murray & Co., 36 High street 
M'Nally, xMrs, 18 Moss street 
M^Nico'l, John, 5 Moss street 
Nicolini, Peter, 12 Broomlands 
O'Donnell, James, 12 Dyers' Wynd 
Paterson, Ellen, 20 Orchard street 
Paterson, Janet, 10 Moss street 
Paterson, John, 45 New street 
Paterson, William, 36 Moss street 
Park, James, 8 Broomlands 
Paul, William, 79 Causeyside 
Reid, John, 7 Broomlands and 43 High street 
Robertson, D., 47 George street 
Russell, John, 4 Abingdon place 
Sharp, Miss, 5 Mill street 
Shaw, Alexander, 3 Neilston street 
Sim, Robert, 50 Mill street 
Simpson, Mrs, 10 Ferguslie 
Simons, Margaret, 58 Causevside 
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174 PAISI.EY. 

Simpson, Samuel^ 4 Carriagehill 

Sloan, Mrs C.^ 8 Brooralands 

Smitli, Alex,, 3 Broomlands 

Smith, Hugh, 16 Maxwellton street 

Smith, Mrs, 28 Glen street 

Smith, Mre James, 150 George street 

Stevenson, Mrs Robert, 99 George street 

Stevenson, Thomas, 87 Storie street 

Stewart, M.y 82 Causeyside 

Taylor,. Robert, 21 Broomlands 

Taylor, Thomas, 10 George street 

Thomson, Mrs A., 90 High street 

TurnbulU George, 41 High street 

Urquhart, John^ 17 Canal street 

"Wallace, Nicol, 1 Lawn street 

Watson, James, 23 Carriagehill 

Watson, James, 13 Wellmeadow 

Walker, Mrs, 56 Broomlands 

Weir, MrSy 4 George street 

Wylie, David, 29 Orchard street 

White, Andrew, 68 Love street 

Whiteford^ James, 53 Causeyside and 4 Lylesland 

Wilson, John,^ 6Q Causeyside 

Winning, George, 11 Cotton street 

Contractors. 

Arndale^ Hugh, Stonefield 

Bauchopy Davidy 1 Great Hamilton street 

Fairlie, James, 8 Castle street 

Fraser, Thomas, Harbour lane 

Galloway, WiDiam, 18 Storie street 

Gilmour, JameSy 38 Thread street 

Glover & Co., 66 Back Sneddon, 

Hay, William, 9 Cotton street 

Kirk wood, William, 134 George street 

Lees, James, 126 George street 

Montgomery, Henry, 18 North Croft 

Murrie, Alexander, 55 Caledonia street 

M'Adam, George, King street 

M'Cafiferay, Bernard, & Son, 11 New Smitlihilb 



PAISLEY. 1 75 



M'GoAvn, Adam, Williamsburgh Works 
M'Monigle, Henry, 6 Canal street 
Pollock, William, 3 Russell street 
Kutherford, Thomas, 4 Garthland lane 
Sharp, John, Hamilton street 
Stewart, John, 42 Back Sneddon 
Tudhope, John, 11 Barclay street 
Walker, James, 19 Queen street 
Walker, William, 39 Lady lane 

Coopers. 

Golquhoun, Thomas, 71 Causeyside 
Craig, James, 8 Neilston street 
Foulds, William, 2 Storie street 
Goudie, Eobert, Macdowall street 
Goudie, William, 49 High street 
Goudie, William, jun., 4 Broomlands 
M'Kay, John, 56 Storie street 
Peters, Joseph, 39 Moss street 

Cork Cutters. 
Brown, William, 18 High street 
Lewis, John, 54 High street 
Ralston, John, 30 Urchard street 
M'Millan, William, 32 Wellmeadow 
Wilson, A., 13 High street 

Co'wfeeders. 
Aitken, John R., Foxbar 
Aitken, Robert, 80 Canal street 
Baillie, Mrs, Lylesland Farm 
Barr, James, 19 Sandholes 
Barr, Robert, 29 Canal street 
Blackwood, Robert, 8 Glen street 
Blair, Hugh, 35 Ferguslie 
Bowie, Mrs, 60 High street 
Bowie, Walter, 27 Love street 
Campbell, Mrs, 38 Maxwellton 
Craig, James, 73 Canal street 
Craig, Margaret, 15 Castle street 



i 76 PAISLEY. 

Craig, Mrs, 8 Neilston street 

Cumrning, Mrs, 22 Newton street 

Gumming, William, 17 Well street 

Drew, James, 14 High street 

Easdale, John, 61 George street 

Fulton, Miss, 3 G-eorge street 

Fyfe, John, 22 Canal street 

Gardner, Mrs Robert, Tannahill place, Greenock road 

Gemmell, Matthew, 13 Cotton street 

Gibb, Matthew, 1 Lylesland 

Graham, Angus, 19 New Smithhills 

Graham, Jolm, 7 Smithhills 

Gray, Mrs James, 1 Dovesland 

Halliday, John, 18 Queen street 

Hamilton, A., 21 Orchard street 

Hamilton, James, 62 Causeysid'e 

Holms, William, 15 Back Sneddon street 

Jack, Robert, 3 Underwood road 

Jackson, Mrs, 56 George street 

Kirkwood, Mrs James, 8 Glen lane 

Kyle, Andrew, 13 Inkle street 

Laird, Robert, 18 Gauze street 

Laird, Joseph, 12 Gauze street 

Lang, Mrs, 45 Causeyside 

Lang, Mrs, 7 Canal street 

Law, James, 26 New street 

Law, Richard, 30 Broomlands 

Livingstone, Daniel, 20 Gauze street 

Lockie, Robert, 91 Causeyside 

Love, John, 40 Storie street 

Lyon, Mrs, 1 Neilston road 

Malcolm, Archibald, 46 High street 

Millar, Mrs iVlary, 18 Williamsburgh 

Morrison, James, 23 Glen street 

M'Dermid, Charles, 8 North Croft 

M Dermid, Peter, 2 Moncrieff street 

M'Ghie, John, 32 King street 

M'Intyre, Neil, 12 Storie street 

M'Millan, Robert, 9 Canal street 

M'^ aught, Hugh, 3 Canal street 



PAISLEY. 



177 



M'Naught, Mrs, 18 Lawn street 

MTherson, Duncan, Gibbie's Bush, King street 

Niven, Malcolm, 33 Causeyside 

Pringle, Matthew, 24 Storie street 

Provan, Andrew, 3 Maxwellton street 

Provan, William, 4 Abingdon place 

Reid, John, 7 Neil street 

Eonald, James, 2 Minerva place, Springbank road 

Kussell, Matthew, 3 Cotton street 

Scarlett, Samuel, 3 Stirling street 

Steen, William, 13 Prussia street 

Stevenson, James, 25 Lawn street 

Stewart, Robert, 29 Well street 

Tyre, James, 60 Canal street 

Walker, Mrs Hugh, 16 Broomlands 

Walker, Miss M., 16 Ferguslie 

Walker, Alexander, 32 Castle street 

Walker, James, 23 Abbey street 

Walker, William, 39 Lady lane 

Wilson, Martha, 19 Lady lanr 

Wingate, John, .10 Gateside 

Young, John, 7 Canal street 

Young, William, 11 Broomlands 

Decorator, 
Glasgow, Charles, 4 Gauze street and 18 Mill street 

Distillers. 

Saucel Distillery Company, King street, Saucel 
Stewart, James, & Co., King street 

Drapers and Silk Mercers. 

Adam, William, 86 Causeyside 
Aitken, James, 100 Causeyside 
AUardice, Robert, 13 Gauze street 
Andrews Brothers, 80 Broomlands 
Andrews, John, 100 High street 
Barclay, Alexander, 54 Broomlands 
Bee Hive, 17 Moss street 



178 PAISLEY. 

Blair, Matthew, 104 Cause jside 

Burt, Peter, 1 x\lexandra place, Calside 

Coats, Thomas, 33 High street 

Cochran, Alex.,- 116 George street 

Cochran, Rohert & Sons, 26 Smithhills 

Cumming, M., 4 Smithhills 

Dick, James, 21 Causey side 

Eaglesim, Robert, 3 High street 

Forrest, Mrs James. 26 Broomlands 

Forrester, William, 1 Broomlands 

Gibb, John, 25 and 26 High street 

Gilchrist, Robert, 5 Moss street 

Gribbon, John C, 42 Wellmeadow 

Guthrie, E. & E., 67 Broomlands 

Hall, Elizabeth, & Co., 12 St. James place 

Hamilton, Alexander. 16 Wellmeadow 

Hourstou, David, 98 High street 

King, Alexander, & Son, 4 Gilmour street 

Knox, Alexander, 5 Old Smithhills and corner of 

Causeyside and George street 
Lang, Mrs, 18 George street 
Lawrie, William, 11 St. James place 
Lockhart, Andrew H., 104 High street (Cross) 
Lyle, William, 110 Causeyside and 16 George street 
Lymburu, James, & Son, 16 High street 
Millar, Hugh 17 Broomlands 
Montgomery, Elizabeth, 85 Causeyside 
M'Auley, Thomas, 21 Lawn street 
Muir, James, 92 Causeyside 
Muir, Margaret, 3 St. James street 
M'Fadyen, W., 109 High street and 6 Moss street 
M'Killigan, Duncan, 15 High street 
Naismith & Scott, 86 High street 
Ogilvie, Mrs, 3 Love street 
Parlane, James, 10 High street 
Purves. Mrs James. 44 New street 
Robertson, Jane, 2 Queen street 
Robertson & M'Gibbon, 17 High street 
Ross, John, 15 Wellmeadow and 8 Carriagehill 
Rowand, John, 34 High street 
Sinclair, Janet, 10 Wellmeadow 



PAISLEY. 179 

Smart «& Kolland, City Bank BuildiDgs, 102 High 

street (Cross) 
Steel, James, 2 Smithhills 
Taylor & MasoD, QCauseyside 
Taylor & Cook, Terrace buildings, 109 High street 
Thomson, Smith, & Co., 23 High street 
Wallace & Balsillie, 15 High street 
Wallace, Mrs David, 14 Lawn street 
Welsh, J., & Co., 17 Moss street 
Young, Johii, & Son, 7 Orr square 

Lressmakers and Hilliners^ 

* Milliners only. f Di'essmakers only. 

•Aitken, Mrs, 100 Causeyside 
f Allan, Isabella, 49 High street 
f Allison, Mrs, 12 Barclay street 

Allison, Mrs Robert, 23 George street 
'•^Baird, Miss, 74 Broomlands 
^•Baldwin, Miss, 82 High street 
Beckett, E. & J., 55 Causeyside 
Blue, Miss R., 36 Causeyside 
•Borland, Ellen, 39 High street 
*Bowes, R. & A., 20 High street 
*Brannan, Mrs, 22 Gauze street 
fBrown, Miss E,, 61 High street 
'•'Brown, Mrs, 64 Broomlands 
^Buchanan, Miss J., 23 Wellmeadow 
^Buchanan, Misses, 56 Causeyside 
•j-Burns, W. & J., 73 Broomlands 
t Campbell, Miss A., 21 High street 
fCanning, Miss, 76 High street 
fCarswell, Mary, 27 Maxwellton street 
fCassidy, Miss M. F., 8 Churchhill 
^''Clark, Agnes and Ehzabeth, 7 Love street 

Cochran, Robert, & Sons, 26 New Smithhilk 
•j-Collins, Mrs, 5 Caledonia street 

Craig, Mrs, 16 Back Sneddon 
*Dalziel, Mrs W., 145 George street 

Dick, Miss M., 12 High street 
fDonald, Miss M., 22 Caledonia street 



180 PAISLEY. 

*^Dunlop, Miss, 42 Lady laae 
«Flinn, Mrs, 29 Ferguslie 

Fraser, Mrs, 9 Orr square 

Freebairn, Martha, 7 Brooralands 
«Fulton, Misses, 2 Old Smithhills 
«Glover, M. & M., 44 Moss street 
fGordoE, Mary, 4 Orchard street 
*Grieve, Jane, 3 Buchanan terrace 
*Guthrie, Misses, 2 Gilnfiour street 

Hardie, J. & M, 30 High street 
fHart, Catherine, 18 Barclay street 

Henry, Miss S. C, 16 High street 
»Hill, Mrs, 100 George street 
•Holt, Mrs H., 89 High street 

Hunter, Miss, 39 Wellmeadow 
f Irvine, Miss, 50 Love street 
JKelso, Misses, 37 Canal street 

Kenneth, Mrs William, 15 Moss street 
**Kerr, J., 20 Causeyside 
fKilgour, Mrs, 3 Lawn street 
fKnox, Miss, 11 Abercorn street 
JLegg, Miss A., 1 Camphill 
f Lemay, Mrs and Miss, 26 Gauze street 
fLochhead, Mrs, 6 Moss street 
f Logan, Mary, 59 High street 

Lymburn, James, & Son, 16 High street 

Lyons & M'Neilage, 75 Love street 
fMartin, Mrs, 53 Storic street 

Mason, Mrs (boys' outfitter), 36 High street 
jMack, Miss Jane, 30 Cotton street 

Morrison, Miss, 18 Moss street 
jMunro, Miss, 31 King street 

Murray, Janet, 4 Wellmeadow 
«M' Arthur, Christina, 26 High street 
»M'Arthur, Miss Janet, Terrace buildings, 109 High 
street 

M'Callum, M., & Co., 14 Wellmeadow 
fM'Dougall, Misses, 16 High street 
"j-M'Hutchison, Miss, Clyde View terrace, Springbank 
road 

M'Kinlay, M., 29 High street 



PAISLEY 181 

f M'Lean, Mrs, 3 Clark's buildings 
*M'Naughton, Jaue. 23 Abbey street 
*M'Neil, J., 20 Wellmaadow 
*Neil, Janet, 1 East lane 

Parlane, James, 10 High street 
*Paterson, Miss, 112 George street 
^Peacock, Miss Jessie, 19 Broomlands 

Reid, Misses, 19 Broomlands 
*Ritchie, Agnes, 1 Old Sneddon 

Robertson & M'Gibbon, 17 High street 

Robertson, Mrs James, 24 Lawn street 
^Ronald, Mrs, IB George street 
*Scott, Mrs, 55 Broomlands 
fShanks, Mrs, lo9 George street 
fSimson, Miss, Brabloeh Cottage 

Smith, Mrs, 12 Abbey close 
*Smitli, Margaret, 139 George stre.et 
^"Snodgrass, Miss, 67 Canseyside 
*'Tait, Mrs James, 18 Sandholes 

Taylor & Cook, Terrace Buildings^ 109 High st. 

Taylor & Mason, 9 Canseyside 
■fTaylor, Miss, 7 Gauze street 
^Thomson, Agnes, 5 Bridge street 

Walker, J. & J., 69 Causeyside 
f Walker, Miss Francis, 4 Glen street 
fWalker, Mrs Jessie, 25 Gaujze street 
t Wilson, Miss J., 44 Moss street 
t Wilson, Mrs D., 43 High street 
'* Young, Miss, 87 High street 

Srug'^ists and Chemists. 
Adam & Sons, 23 Broomlands 
Barr, Robert (trustees of), 8 High street 
Buchanan, James, 84 Broomlands 
Colligan, Hugh, 23 Gauze street and 78 Broomlands 
Cullen, Thomas, 12 St. James place 
Donald, James T., 84 and 102 High street 
Galbreath Brothers, 92 Causeyside 
Hannah, J., 63 Causeyside 
Hatrick, William, & Son, 18 Gilmour street 

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182 PAISLEY. 

Heguey Miss, 9 St. James street 

Holms, John, 21 Wellmeadow 

Hunter, John B., 3 Smithhills 

HunteVy William, 31 Causeyside 

Hutchison, James, 23 Causeyside 

Manners, Charles, 18 Mill street (manufacturing 
chemist) 

Macalpine, Thomas, Espedair Chemical Works 
(manufacturing chemist) 

M'Cowan & Co., 8 Moss street 

Macgregor, John Eoss, chemist, Lonend Dyeworks 

Maclde, Keith, Bank Buildings, St. Mirren street 

Macduff, James, 100 High street 

Macfarlane, J. & G-. (manufacturing chemists), 
Biediland and Johnstone Chemical Works 

M'Murray, James, 19 George street 

Pollock, Robert, M.D,, of Western Chemical Com- 
pany, Lounsdale House 

Smith, Richard (manufacturing chemist), Greenloan^ 
off Greenock road 

Wilson, John, 13 Broomlands 

Wilson, Thomas, & Son, 36 Ferguslie 

Lrysalteis. 

Bain, Robert, 28 Causeyside 

Boyd, G. V-, 51 Waterloo street, Glasgow 

Caldwell, W., & Co., Murray street 

Houston, Robert (Glasgow), 7 Neilston street. Paisley 

Macalpine, Thos. W., & Co., 8 Causeyside an(^ 

George place 
Millar, John (Glasgow), East Knowe, Castlehead 

Dyers. 

Aikman & Co,, Cumberland place 

Bell Archibald, Stanley Dyeworks, Causeyside— 

shop, 2 Smithhills 
Brown, H. & W., Gleniffer Dyeworks — receiving 

office, l.Old Smithhills 
Caldwell, Peter, & Co., Macdowall street 



PAISLEY. iO^ 

Craw, William, & Sons, Caledonia Dyeworks, 33 

Caledonia street 
Crosslej, J. & W., Abbey Dyeworks, 18 Abbey sfc. 
Cunningham, William, & Co., Seedhill Dyeworks 
Donald, Stewart, & Henderson, Crofthead, Neilstoia 
Ferrie, Robert, 56 Love street 
Fulton, William, & Sons, Glenfield 
Hamilton, Adam, & Sons, Blacklatid Mill 
Hogg & Johnston, Cartvalc Dyeworks 
Hosfar, Walter, Newton street 
Lang, R. H., Espedair Dyeworks, Espedair street 
Leckie & Macgregor, Lonend Dyeworks, Blackball 
M'Callum, J. & J., Laigh park, Dyeworks 
M'Cardie, James, Meikleriggs 
M'Farlane, D,, Underwood Road Dyeworks 
Pollock & Cochrane, Thrushcraig 
Robertson, M., & Co., Foxbar 
Reid, James, 9 New Smithhills 
Rodger & M'Callnm, 6 Marshall's lane 
Stalker, John, Bridge Street Dyeworks (Newtown) 
Stewart, Henry, & Co., 1 North street 
Stewart & Wallace, 8 St. James street 
Walker, Drybrough, & Co., Arkleston 
Wallace, Andrew, & Sou, Cumberland Dyeworks 
Wilson, Adam, 7 Wellmeadow 

SmTsroiderers. 

'<jribson Brothers & Co., 155 George street 
Hamilton, John, 4 Cumberland court, 110 Causey- 
side 

Electre-Platers. 
33u£f & Miller, 20 Bmh street 

Eng'inecrs ^ Maclilne-Makers. 

Bow, M'Lachlan, & Co., Thistle Engine Works, 

Abbott's Inch 
Brodie, William, <fe Co., 16 South Croft 
ChristiCj William, 21 Underwood 



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PAISLEY. 

Craig, A. F,, & Co., Caledonia Engine Works, Mac- 

dowall street 
Fleming & Ferguson, Phcenix Works, Murray street 
Fullerton, Hodgart, & Barclay, Yulcan Foundry and 

Engine Works, Renfrew road 
Fisher & Co., St. Mirren Works, Macdowall street 
Gibson, James, 22 New Smithlulls 
Grandison, James L., 3 Causeyside 
Hanua, Donald, & Wilson, Abbey Works, 8 Smith- 
hills and Atlas Works, 21 Back Sneddon 
Lyle, James, & Co.. 95 New Sneddon 
Lyle, James, 48 High street 
M'Farlane, Archibald, 6 St. Mirren street 
M'Gee, Walter, & Son, Albion Works, Stoney brae 
Porteous, Dundas, S., Soawdown Works, 55 Back 

Sneddon 
E-eid, Thomas, & Son, St. Mirren Engine Works, 

Thread street 
Robertson, D, & J., & Co., 51 High street 
Shedden, M'Gee, & Davie, Soho Engine Works, 

Bridge street 
Stevenson, Henry L., 37 Storie street 
Wallace, George, Gleniffer Works, Lonend 
White, Thomas, & Sons, 28 Gordon's lane 

Pire-Olay Mantifactiirers. 

Brown, Robert, & Sou — town office, Abercora 
Bridge — works, Shortroods and Ferguslie 
Fire-Clay Works 

Speirs, Gibb, & Co., Caledonia Fire Clay WorkSy 
Greenock road 

Fishmongers and Poulterers. 

Cochran, Alex., 149 George street 
Cochran, M., 2 Neilston street 
Flockhart, William, 5 Canal street 
Johnston, John, 34 Gauze street 
Logan^ James, 20 Wellmeadow 
Moodie, Thomas, 4 Mossvale 
M'Elwee, John K.^ 18 Cotton street 



PAISLEY. 185 

M'Fadyen, James, 53 George street 
M'Laciilan, Mrs, 45 Causeyside 
Kisk, William, 34 High street 
Bobertson, Mrs William, 101 Causeyside 
Steel, James, 4 High street 

Flesliers. 

Adam, James, 20 Causeyside 
Allison & Smith, 34 High street 
Armour, Hugh, 33 Broomlands 
Brown, John, 3 Old Smithhills 
Brown, William, 25 Gauze street 
Brown, Mrs William, 61 Causeyside 
Brock, Peter, 30 Canal street 
Caldwell, Alexander, 8 Cotton street 
Campbell, Dugald, 20 Moss street 
Canning, Peter, 54 George street 
Cowan, Robert, 27 High street 
Craig, James, 19 Sandholes 
Craig, James, 26 Gauze street 
Fairlie, Alexander, 8 Castle street 
Oilmour, Thomas, 42 Stock street 
<jroudie, William, 21 Gauze street 
Henderson, John, Springbank road 
Hood, William, 15 Lawn street 
Kerr, George, 8 Love street 
Lang, John, 54 Caledonia street 
Leitch, William, 31 Causeyside and 3 Underwood road 
Locbhead, Robert, 39 George street 
Malcolm, John, 50 Love street 
Millar, Peter, 74 Love street 

Morrison, Alexander, 99 Causeyside and 1 Doveslani 
Morrison, George, 35 High street 
Morrison, James, & Son, 104 George street 
M'Allister, Mrs, 20 George street 
M'Dowall, James, 41 Ferguslie 
M'Kie, James, 14 Broomlands 
M'Kie, Mrs John, 2 Lawn street 
M'Luskie, Peter, 25 Moss. street 
M'Luskie, Peter, jun., 3 Neilston street 
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186 PAISLEY. 

Rae, Samuel, 52 Caledonia street 

Rennie, James, 18 Wellmeadow and 9 Canal street 

Scarlett, James, 54: Causey&ide 

Souden, Daniel^ 25 Causeyside 

Souden, Daniel and William, 138 George street 

Souden, W., 107 George street 

Taylor, Allan, 11 Moss street 

Wallace y James, 25 Old Sneddon 

Watson, William, 2 High street 

Wilson, James, 21 Old Sneddon 

Wilson, Charles, 21 Sandholes 

Wilson, Mrs Daniel, 5 Lawn street 

Young, Geoi'ge, 5 Broomlands 

Funeral Undertakers, 

Anderson, "Kbenezer, 6 New street 

Andei^on, J,, 32 High street 

Begg, John, 24 Cotton street 

G-ordon, G. & J., 42 New street 

Kilpa trick, John, & Son,^ 16 Abbey street 

Knox, Walter, 66 High street and 6 Camphill plac^ 

Scott, Alexander, 15 Moss street 

Young, William, 2 County place and 4 St. James st, 

FurnislLed Lodging-House Seepor?. 

Auld, Miss, Park place, Calside 
Hood, Miss, 34 Moss street 
Jamieson, Miss, 21 St. James strert 

Furnishers. 
Ballantyne, M., 54 Causeyside 
Beckett, E. & J., 55 Causeyside 

Boyd, John, 53 High street i 

Brannan, Mrs, 22 Gauze street 
Cairns, Mrs, 31 Ferguslie 

Gumming, M., 4 Smithhills I 

Gibb, John, 25 and 26 High street "' 

Harper & Jack, 102 Causeyside 
Lang, Mrs, 18 George street 
Liddle, Mrs, 6 Silk street \ 



PAISLEY. 187 

Lyall, H. & C, 97 High street 

Lyle, William, 110 Causeyside and 16 George street 

Lyons & M'Neilage, 75 Love street 

Millar, Hugh, 17 Broomlands 

Muir, Margaret, 3 St. James street 

M' Arthur, Angus, 45 New street 

Paterson,- Ellen, 20 Orchard street 

Paton, John, 8 Moncrieff street 

Reid, M., 11 Old Smithhills 

Terapleton, Janet, 24: Causeyside 

Fus^niture Dealers. 

Kingsherry, William, 76 High street 
Mitchell, Alexander, 1 Neil street and 15 Maxwell- 
ton street 
M'Culloch, Alex., 32 Wellmeadow 
M'Gee, Patrick, 13 Old Sneddon 
M'Naught, Margaret, 38 New street 
Pollock, William, 101 Causeyside 
Sproul, William, 6 New Smithhills 
Sweenie, Hugh, 29 New Smithhills 

hardeners. 
Arndle, Hugh, Stonefield 
Baird, Alexander, Chapel House 
Brock, John, 32 Storie street 
Dickie, Alexander, 1 Union street 
Dickson, William, Ladyburn Nursery 
Duncan, Archibald, 10 Gateside 
Gillies, Duncan, iO Williamsburgh 
Gray, Margaret, 66 Causeyside 
Grieve, Robert, 31 Carriagehill 
Henderson, Allan, Kilnside 
Holmes, George, Mossvale, Greenock road 
Jamieson, William, Woodside 
Johnstone, Alexander, Oakshaw House 
Lister, George, Crossflat House 
Little, William, 4 1 New street 
Marr, Alexander, 2 King street 
Maxwell, Henry, Ralston 



188 5PAISLEY. 

Maxwell, James, B;-\rsliaw 
• M'Coll, John, Gallowhill 
M'Gliee, Gavin, Beauchamp House 
M'Innes, John, jMaxwellton House 
M'Kenzie, Peter, Belliield Nursery, Love street 
M'Master, Alexander, Greenhill 
Paton, William, 6 Prussia street 
Paul, William, & Son, Wester Crossflat and Green- 
law 
Pinkerton, Alexander, Kibbuckston Cottage 
Provan, Andrew, 3 Maxwellton street 
Robertson, Daniel, Greenlaw 
Simpson, Peter, Brablocli 
8tobo, Thomas, Westmarch 
Stobo, Thomas, jun., Westmarch 
Stockman-, William, 42 Causeyside 
Tudhope, John, 11 Barclay street 
Walker, James, 19 Queen street 
White,, George, Carriagehill House 

&lass Sliow Sase Makers- 
Sutherland & Co., 51 High street 

G-lai&iers. 
Adam, James, & Son, 19 Moss street 
Boyd, James, & Sons, Macdowall street 
Berry, John C, 35 High street 
Cameron, John, 7 Old Smithhills 
Currie & Co., 12 Causeyside 
Ferguson, Angus, 15 Causeyside 
Kirk, George C, 6 New Smithhills 
Kirk, John, 27 Wellmeadow 

&rain Merchants- 
Anderson, William M., 75 Love street 
Arderson, J. & J., 1 Saucel 

Coats, George, & Co. (Glasgow), 4 Garthland place 
Lang, Robert^ 5 Old Sneddon 
Muir, Matthew (Glasgow), Greenhill 
M^Adam, George, King street 



fATSLEY. 189 

M'Gill, John, 13 Old Sneddon 
M'Kellar, Archibald, 42 Moss slreet 
M'Nair, Duncan, 25 Moss street 
Pinkerton, William, 13 Abercorn street 
Ramsay Bros., Hawkhead and Seedhill Mills 
Snodgrass, James, Saucel Mill 

Greengrocers. 

Adam, Mrs William, 23 Gauze street 

Andrew, Mrs, 16 Thread street 

Davidson, David, 39 Ferguslie 

Emerson, John, 65 Broomlands 

Kent, John, 40 George street 

Kerr, John, 21 Wallace street 

Lamont, Duncan, 18 Lady lane 

Marshall, Mrs, 30 Canal street 

Marshall, Robert, 19 Barclay street 

Mathieson, Duncan, 2 Dovesland, Neilston ifoad 

M'Laren, Mrs, 19 Orchard street 

Morton, J., 22 Lawn street 

Murphy, Mrs, 32 Broomlands 

Orr, Robert, 3 Lawn street 

Pinkerton, Alex., 19 Sandholes 

Quin, James, 68 George street 

Sneddon, James, 67 Broomlands 

Thomson, Mrs, 1 Clark's Buildings. Underwood 

G-rocers and. Victuallers 

Those marked (*) are also Spirit Dealers. 

*Adam, Alexander, 3 Maxwell street 
•Adam, John, 9 Williamsburgh 

Adam, Robert, 19 Lawn street 

Adam, Mrs, 3 Seedhill 
^'Adam, William, 51 Caledonia street 

Aitken, William, 18 Moss vale street 

Anderson, John, 28 Causeyside 

Anderson, William M., 75 Love street 

Anderson, J. & J.. 1 Saucel 

Armstrong, Mary, 19 Gauze street 



190 PAISLEY. 

Arnott, Samuel, 53 Caledonia street 
Baker, Mrs, 3 Silk street 
Ballautyne, John, 54 Causeyside 
Ballantyne, Mrs Joseph, 23 Wellmeadow 
Barr, William, 2 Stirling street 
Berry, Mrs Janet, 77 High street 
Black, Montgomery G., 29 Wellmeadow 
Borland, Alexander, 53 High street 
Bowie, William, 131 George street 
Boyd, Robert, 66 Broomlands. 
Brough, John, 46 Millarston 

*Brown, David, 32 Wellmeadow 
Brown, James, 5 Old Smithhills 
Brown, Wilham, 37 High street 
Boyle, Alexander, 92 New Sneddon 
Buchanan, Jane, 72 Broomlands 
Buchanan, John, 15 Wellmeadow 
Buchanan, Mrs Margaret, 5 Inkle street 
Burnett, Wm. M., 3 and 4 Sir Michael street 
Burns, James, 6 Williamsburgh 
Bustard, Thomas, 17 North Croft 
Cairns, Robert, 2 High street 
Carlile, James S.^ 4 Thread street 
Cash & Co;, 4 High street 

^^Chalmers, James, 13 Maxwellton 
Chalmers, William, 7 Lylesland 
Coats, W. & A., 68 Broomlands 
Comrie, John, 4 West Campbell street 
Cottman, John, 7 Greenhill road 
Cottnam, William, 25 Well street 
Craig, Alexander, 168 George street 

^Craig, Robert, 50 Caledonia street 
Crawford, Mrs J., 3 Garthland street 
Crichton, Robert, 136 and 137 George street 
Cunninghame, James, 83 Broomlands 
Currie, William, jun., 4 Renfrew road 
Dalglish, John, 8 St. James place 
Dick, Margaret, 32 Causeyside 
I)ougall, Mrs Robert, 46 Broomlands 
Dunlop, J. & I., 97 Causeyside 



PAISLEY. lyi 

Eadie, Mrs, 1 Greenhill road 
Equitable Co-operative Society, 2 Bute place 
Erskine, John, 10 Williamsburgh. 
Ewing, William, 87 Causeyside 
*^'Fechney, David, 107 George street 
'-'Ferguson, Margaret, 10 Storie street 
Ferguson, Thomas, 69 Broomlands 
Ferguson, William, 6 Moss street 
Ferguson, William, 9 Maxwellton street 
Fleming, David, 20 Wallace street 
Fleming, James, 6 Smith street 
Forsyth, John, 16 Storie street 
Fulton, John, 73 Broomlands 

Galbraith, William, 2 Lawn street, Paisley, and 17 
Bridge street, Linwood 

Gibson, Robert, 22 Causeyside 

Gillespie, Donald, 15 Moss street and 36 High street 
*Gilmour, John, 20 Moss street 

Gladstone, John, 39 Maxwelltor^ 

GlaPSj James, 2 Broomlands 

Graham, James, 70 Love street 

Graham, Mrs Jane, 72 Canal street 

Grice, Mrs Agnes, 4 Neilston road 

Hair, John, 24 New street 

Hair, William, 23 Gauze street 
^^Hart, Thomas, 6 George street 

Harvey, William, 13 Carriagehill 

Harvey s & Co., 136 George street 

Hendry. James, 62 Causeyside 

Hendry, John, 3 Underwood road 

Herd, Robert, 18 Stock street 

Hill, John, 102 George street 

Holmes, William, 6 Blackwood's buildings, Under- 
wood road 

Hood, Thomas, 17 Lawn street 

Hosie, John, 86 Causeyside 

Howat, Robert, 70 High street 

Hunter, James, 67 George street 
'•'Hunter, Thomas, 22 Great Hamilton street 

Hutchison, Mrs, 20 Glen street 



192 PAISLEY. 

Inglis, John, 6 Mossvale street 
**Jack, James, 107 and 108 High street (Cross) 

Jackson, Mrs, 56 George street 

Kelly, Mrs James, 22 Lawn street 

Knox, Miss, 16 Abercorn street 

Langranir, W. "R., 19 New Sneddon 

Law, Edward, 21 Wallace street 

Lipton, Thomas J., 21 High street 

Livingstone, James, 15 Williamsburgh 

London and Newcastle Tea Company, 2 High street 

Marshall, Thomas, 22 Sandholes 
*Millar, Mrs E., 1 East Buchanan street 

Mitchell, James, 32 Newton street 

Mitchell, Johnston, 7 Castle street 
*Muir, J. & J., 13 Neilston road 

Muir, James, 9 Moncrieff street 

Muir, Mrs VVilliam, 26 Cotton street 

Muir, Robert, 10 Glen street 

M'Adam, Mrs, 5 North Croft 

M' Alpine, David, 36 St, James street 

M'Callum, Archibald, 12 Old Smithhills 

M'Coll, Mrs, 20 Great Hamilton street 

M'Cracken, Thomas, 25 Cotton street and 32 WelU 
meadow 

M'Cracken, Mrs Thomas, 17 Gauze street 

M'Derraid, Peter, 2 Moncrieff street 

M'Donald, Robert, 18 George street 

M'Dougal], Duncan, 5 M'Farlane's lane 

M'Farlane, George, 21 NeAV Smithhills 

Macfarlane, Mrs P., 5 Mossvale lane 

M'Farlane, Robert, 17 Cotton street 

M'Ghie, John, 13 Abbey street 

M'Gee, Hector, 1 St. James street 

M'Gill, John, 13 Old Sneddon 

M'Hutchison, Mrs, 20 Glen street 

MTndoe, Mrs, 15 Ferguslie 

M'Kay, William, Livingstone place, 30 Carriagehill 

M'Kay, John, 56 Storie street 

M'Kellar, Archibald, 84 Causeyside 

M'Kellar, Daniel, 28 George street 



PAISLEY 193 

M'Kellar, Matthew H., 35 High street 

M'Lachlan, Mrs John, 5 Moncrieff street 
M'Lean, John, 67 Causeyside, and 3 Clark's Build- 
ings, Underwood 

M'Lellan, Hugh, 28 Castle street 

M'Morland, William, egg merchant, 22 Wellmea- 
dow 

M'Nair, Duncan, 2 Higii street, 25 Moss street, and 
Clydeview terrace 

M'Nair, John, 50 George street 

M'Neil, John, 19 Wellmeadow 

Newton, William, 34 Glen street 

Newton, Mrs, 16 Maxwellton street 

Noble, Henry, butter and egg merchant, 7 Cotton 
street 

O'May, William, 17 Wellmeadow 

Orchardson, Robert, 25 Old Sneddon 

Orr, Mrs, 29 Glen street 

Faisley Provident Co-operative Stores, 139 George 
street, 68 Love street, 21 Gauze street, 26 
Causeyside, and 54 "Broomlands 

Paisley Equitable Co-operative Store, 9 Stock street 

Park, Alexander H., & Co^, 105 High street (Cross) 

Paterson, Andrew, 15 Old Sneddon 

Paton, Mrs E., 88 Canal street 

Paul, Matthew, 20 Broomlands 

Peacock, Gavin, 6 Greenhill road 

Peacock, Robert, 90 High street 

Peebles, Hugh, 40 Maxwellton 

Percy, Francis, 101 Causeyside and 34 Canal street 

Pinkerton, James (wholpsale), 40 New street 

Pollock, William, 27 High street 

Pro van, Walter, 11 Causeyside 

Balph, James, 32 Canal street 

Ramsay, James, 20 Abbey street 

Rae, Mrs, 16 Ferguslie 

Reid, James, 31 George street 

Reid, John, 30 Canal street 

Richardson, Isaac, 29 High street 

Jlitchie, Mrs David, 25 Queen street 



194 PAISLEY, 

Eitchie, Robert, 25 Gauze street, 57 Oauseyside, and 
50 Love street 

Robertson, James, 17 Canal street 
^Robertson, William, 5 Carriagehill 

Rowan, Mrs, 27 New Sneddon 

Russell, James, 9 Orchard street 

Scott, John, 70 Love street 
. Scott, Mrs Matthew, 11 Saucel 

Semple, James, 36 Canal street 

Shaw, Mrs, 1 Bridge street 

Sim, Annie, 14 Carriagehill 

Sim, William, 16 Wellmeadow 

Smith, Alexander, 6 Barclay streel 

Smith, Mrs, 16 Orchard street 

Smith, Mrs Ann, 7 Abbey street 

Speirs, Mrs, 21 Lawn street 

Sproul, Mrs, 17 Queen street 

Sproul, William, g4 Well street 

Spence & Sons, Q2 Storie street 

Stevenson, James, 42 Broomlands 
*Stevenson, Thomas, 8 Gauze street 

Stewart, Alexander, 4 Broomlands 

Storrie, Mrs, 16 Orchard street 

Sweenie, James, 13 Stock street 
*Templeton, Mrs William, 13 Canal street. 

Ure, J. & D., 22 High street 

Ure, Thomas, 97 Causeyside 

Walker, James, 16 Broomlands 

Watt, Robert, 58 George street 
*Weir, David, 12 Broomlands 

Weir, James, 10 Old Smithhills and 24 Gordon *Sk 
lane 

Weir, John, 15 Gauze street 
*Weir, William, 51 George street 

White, Miss Maggie, 9 Wardrop street 
^Whitehead, Agnes, 44 Broomlands 

Williamson, Mrs M., 40 Wellmeadow 

Wills, James, 63 George street 

Wilson, James, Russell street 

Wright, Mrs A., 23 Abbey street 



PAISLEY. 1?5 

Young, J. & J., 6 George street 

Hairdressers-. 
Burns, George, 77 High street 
IJalazel, Alban A., 49 Moss street 
Campbell, William, 31 New Smithhills 
Corkin, John, 26 Causeyside 
Fitch, John, 11 Old Sneddon 
^^itch, Robert, 2 New street 
Hagarty, Joseph, 3 New street 
ICeir, Robert, 11 Moss street 
Kilpatrick, Robert, 4 High street (Cross) 
Millar, John, 29 Maxwellton street 
M'Gallan, John G., 91 Causeyside 
M'Gregor^ William, 34 Old Sneddon 
Quin, John F., 82 Broomlands 
''Quin, Terence, 19 Moss street 
Wright, John, 98 Causeyside 

Samcurers. 
Allison, Joseph, 58 Storie street and 4 Broomlands 
Bell, William J., 38 New street 
Brown, John, 3 Old Smithhills 
Burnett, W. M., 3 and 4 Sir Michael street 
Coats, W. & A., 68 Broomlands 
Drennan, Thomas (Glasgow), Russell street 
Fulton, Mrs, 9 Moss street 
Lipton, Thoma,s J., 21 High street 
Orchardson, Robert, 25 Old Sneddon 
•Pinkerton, James, 40 New street 
^Spence & Sons, 62 Storie street 
Wallace, James, 25 Old Sneddon 

Hatters. 
Anderson, James, 16 Gilmour street 
Blair, Matthew, 104 Causeyside 
Craig, J., & Co. , 28 High street 
Oibb, John, 25 High street 
King, Alexander, & Son, 4 Gilmour street 
Eobertson & Son, 49 Moss street 



196 PAISLEY. 

Russell, Joseph, 18 Gilmonr street 
Smith, Robert, 88 and 89 High street 

Hosiers. 

Adam, William, 86 Canseyside 
Boyd, John, 53 High street 
Brown, M., 4 Moss street 
Cleiland, Mrs William, 90 Canseyside 
Gibb, John, 25 and 26 High street 
Harper & Jack, 102 Canseyside 
Lyall, H. & C, 97 High street 
M'Intyre, Robert, 60 George street 

House Factors. 

Begg, David, 7 Sir Michael street 

Cochran, William, High Park 

Donald, Thomas, 103 High street 

Fisher, John, 5 John street 

Gibb, Thomas, 39 New street 

Hart, Alexander, 1 Hamilton street 

Keay, Angus, 12 High street 

Lachlan, Robert, 4 Moss street and 24 Queen street 

Lang, James, 1 1 King street 

Lyle, Dalrymple, 4 High street 

Muir, John, 23 Moss street 

M'Leod, Matthew, 87 High street 

Robertson, J. Jack , 52 Storie street 

Steel, James, 2 Smithhills 

Tweeddale, John, 30 Canal street 

Winning, James, Terrace Buildings, 109 High street 

Inn and Hotel Ileepers. 

Blair, Mrs, Hay Weighs Inn, 3 King street 
Morrison's Globe Hotel, 11 High street 
Noble, John J., Abercorn Hotel, 9 Gau7<e street 
Smith, John, George Hotel, Smithhills 
Stevenson, Charles, Bull Inn, New street 
Thomson, Mrs, County Hotel, County place 



PAISLEY. 197 

Iron Founders. 
Abercorn Foundry Company, North Croft 
Bow, M-'Lachlan, & Co., Thistle Works, Abbot's 

Inch. 
Craig, A. F., & Co., Caledonia Works, Macdowall 

street 
Fullerton, Hodgart, & Barclay, Vulcan Works, 4 

Hamilton street 
Henry & Gait, Sneddon Foundry 
Marshall, John, Macdowall street 
Porteous, Dundas S., Snawdoun Works, 55 Back 

Sneddon 

Iron Mercliants. 

Murdoch, Robert, & Co., 10 West Croft, Paisley, 

and 21 and 23 Robertson street, Glasgow 
M'Nee, John, 9 Abercorn street 
Spenee, James, Tannahill place, Greenock road 

Ironmongrers. 

Eadie, Robert, & Co., 12 High street 

Glover, William, 19 High street 

Grandison, James L., 3 Causeyside 

Haren, Neil G., 102 Causeyside and 28 New street 

Higgens, David, 13 Old Smithhills 

Ireland & Co., 109 High street 

Kerr, Thomas, 15 Moss street 

M 'Arthur, William, 9 High street (Cross) 

M'Culloch, A., 32 Broomlands 

M'Lean, Angus, 37 Moss street 

Neil, James, 13 Broomlands 

Neilson, William, 4 Wellmeadow 

Orr, James, 83 Causeyside 

Piakerton, R,, & Co., 14 Moss street 

Ritchie & Kirkwood, 47 Moss street 

Stewart, David, 45 High street 

Thomson, Joseph, 93 High steeet 

Young, John, 1 Broomlands 



198 PAISLEY. 

JacQLuard Machine Hakers. 

Alexander, John, 163 George street 
Alexander, W.. Barterholin roadhead 

Ladies' Nurses. 
Alexander A., 50 Causeyside. 
Lenuie, Mrs, 6 George street 
M'Kelvie, Mrs, 5 Love street 

Lathspliters. 
Allan, James, 19 Sandholes 
Rome, William, Water brae, off New Smithhills 
Thomson, James, 9 Caledonia street 

Leather Merchants. 

Lang's, 31 High steeet 

Lang, W. J. & W., Seedhill (wholesale) 

M'Intosh, Andrew, & Co., 7 New Smithhilis 

Lithographers and Engravers. 

Barbour, John (practical engraver), 99 Causeyside 

Begg & Co , 109 Causeyside 

Brown, Robert, (name-plate maker), 5 Neiiston street 

Cars well, John, 4 High street 

Ferguson, Andrew, 1 Prussia street 

Gibb, Thomas, 7 Old Sneddon 

Graham, T. & R., 4 Bridge street 

Hay, Robert, & vSon, 10 High street 

Lochihead, William A., 15 and 16 Causeyside. 

M'Dougal Brothers, 4 Moss street 

Paterson & Co., 8 High street 

Young, Stephen, 2 New street 

Maniifacturers. 
Adam, Alexander, 15 Prussia street 
Begg, Alexander, & Co., 112 Causeyside 
Cameron, Peter, 6 Stevenson street 
Campbell, Sons, & Co., 9 Forbes place 
Campbell & M'Lennan, 2 and 10 Causeyside 
Cochran, William, & Co., 7 St. Mirren street 



PAISLEY. 199 

Convex Weaving Compjii]/, 153 George street 

Cook, Joseph, 4 Vfardrop street 

Co-operative Manufacturing Society (Limited), 114 

Causeysicle 
Crawford, Hamilton, power loom factory, Abercorn 

street 
Crawford, John, & Co., 4 Forbes place 
Cunningham, James, & Co., 5 Causeyside 
Dalziel, Robert F., & Co., Ill Causeyside 
Dick, James, 5 County place 
Gibson Brothers, 155 George street (curtains) 
Gibson, Cowan, & Son, 6 Causeyside 
Gray, John, 113 Causeyside 

Greenlees, Matthew, & Son, 7 and 8 Forbes place 
Guthrie, Robert, & Co., 108 Causeyside 
Halden & Co., Ill Causeyside 
Halden, Francis, 2 Causeyside 
Harper, William, 6 Smith street 
Holmes & Co., 3 Forbes place 
Jamieson, James, 71 George street 
Kerr & Co., Underwood Mills 
Kerr, John, 2 Caledonia street 
Kerr, Robert, & Son, 21 to 26 Thread Street 
Kerr, R. & J. P., Underwood Mills 
Kirk, George, St. James Park Mills 
Kilpatrick, James, 18 Causeyside 
Lambie, Higgins, & Connell, 112 Causeyside 
Logan & Gardner, 5 Forbes place 
Maxwell, Matthew, 3 Caledonia street 
Millar, J. & R., 6 and 7 Causeyside 
Morgan, John, & Co., 110 Causeyside 
Murray, Daniel, jun., & Co., 1 Causeyside 
Murray, James, Adelphi Works, New Sneddon 
M' Arthur, Robert L., 24 Castle street 
M'Fadyen, i^rchibald, Abbey Mill 
Macfarlane, Son, & Co., 6 Forbes place 
M'Kechnie, John, 14 Causeyside 
M'Kechnie, Malcolm, Annfield place, Lylesland 
M'Lennan, T. B., 113 Causeyside 
M'Nair, Duncan, 4 Cumberland court, Causeyside 



100 PAISLEY. 

M'Naughton, James, 113 Cayseyside 

Neil, John, 6 Wardrop street 

Nisbet, John, 109 Causeyside 

Reid & Howie, 13 Causeyside 

Robin, John, & Co., Caledonia Factory, Caledonia 

street, and John street, Glasgow 
Rodger, Robert, 11 Stock street 
Smith, Brothers, & Co., 10 Causeyside and 1 Forbes 

place 
Smith, Charles, & Co., 115 Causeyside 
Speirs, David & Co., 167 George street 
Stewart, John M. (Glasgow), Greenhill house 
Storie, John, 111 Causeyside 
Strachan, James, & Co., 109 Causeyside 
Walker, James, 32 High street 
Walker & Co., 113 Causeyside 
Webster, A. F., 2 Forbes place 
Welsh, William, 12 Hunter street 
Welsh, William, jun., 18 Causeyside 
Welsh, J., & Co., 17 Moss street 
Whitehill, M., & Co., 8 and 9 Causeyside 
Wilson, George, & Co.. 147 George street 
Wilson, J., & Co., 7 St. Mirren street 

Haniifacturers (Brooms, &o.) 

Boyle, John, 51 Storie street 
M'Gown, Adam, Williamsburgh Works 

Hanufacturors (Blacking*) 

Ferguson, Angus, 15 Causeyside 
MTherson, Mrs Robert, 8 Shuttle street 

Hamifacturers (Carpets). 

Dalziel & Co., 10 and 11 Shuttle street 
Forbes, William, & Son. 21 and 22 Well street 
Ronald, Jack, & Co., Nethercommon 
Reid & Howie, 13 Causeyside 
Welsh, William, Hunter street 



PAISLEY. 201 

ManufactTirers (CrucilDles). 
Brown, Robert. & Son, Crown Plumbago Crucible 
Works — office, Abercorn Bridge 

Manufacturers (OurlecL Hair)- 
Brew, Michael, & Sons, Colinslee 

Manufacturers (Elastic Belt). 
Philips, William, Cragfoot Factory, Colinslee 

Manufactursrs (Cern Flour, Ssc). 

Bowie, John, & Son, 6 Macdowall street 
Brown & Poison, Ixoyal Works, Carriagehill 
Currie & Co., Glenfield Patent Corn Flour Works, 

Murray street 
Johnston, J. & G., 28 Causeyside (merchants) 
MacKean, William, St. Mirren Works, Macdowall 

sti'eet 
Mackenzie Brothers, Victoria Works, Renfrew road 

and Murray street 
Poison, William, & Co., Imperial Works, Abercorp 

street 
Wilson, Robert, & Co., Adelphi Works, Kew 

Sneddon 
Wotherspoon, William, Glenfield Works, Maxwellton 

Manufacturers (Machinery Belting). 
Baird, William, successor to Wm. Stirling & Co., 86 

High street 
M'Creery, John, 2 County place 

Manvf ictursrs (Buckram)- 

Brown, William, & Son, Carriagehill 
Johnston, William, & Co., Shuttle street 

Manufacturers of Oil and G-lycerine. 

Anderson & Wallach, Macfarlane stre^, Race- 
Course road 

Ingram & Co., Macdowall street 



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PAISLEY. 



Manufacturers of Preserves^ 

Cairns, Alexander, 3i High street 

Lilla & Edwards, British India Works^ Macdowall 

street 
llobertsonj James, Thrushgrove Works 

Manufacturers (Starch)^ 
Brown & Poison, Roj^al Starch Works, Carriagehill 
Cui-rie & Co;, Murray street 
Johnston, J. & G., 28 Canseyside (merchants) 
MacKean, William, St. Mirren Works, Macdowall 

street 
Mackenzie Brothers, Victoria Works, Renfrew road 

and Murray street 
Poison^ Williamj & Co., Imperial Works, Abercorn 

street 
Wilson, Robert, & Co., Adelphi Works, New 

Sneddon street 
Wotherspoon, William, Glenfield Works, Maxwell* 

ton 

Manufacturers of Stationery^ 

Barf, John, 81 High street 

Hay, Robert, & Son, 10 High street 

M'Dougal Brothers, 4 Moss street 

Manufacturers of T2iread6 
Anderson, James, & Co., Marshall's lane 
Carlile, James j Sons, & Co., 13 Carlile place, New 

Sueddon 
Clapperton, William, & Co., 70 New Sneddon 
Clark & Co., Anchor Thread Works — counting 

house, Seedhill 
Clark, James, & Co., Marshall's lane 
Coats, J. & P., Ferguslie 
Kerr & Co., Underwood Mills 
Kerr & Son, New Street Mills 

Masons and Suilders. 
Anderson, J. & W., 18 Mill street 



PAISLEY. 203 

Barr, Alexander, 3 Stirling street 

Barr, Hugh, 11 Shuttle street 

Bowes, William, 4 Glen lane 

Barclay, James, Moss-side place (Grreenock road) and 

Mill street 
Campbell &M'Yey, 21 West street 
Gordon, John, 23 Broonilands 
Harper, A. & D., 2 Maxwellton street 
Murrie, Alexander. 55 Caledonia street 
Murrie & M'Ghee, Colinslee place 
Robin, William, 14 Lady lane 
Rollo, James, 45 Broomlands 
Taylor, William, 7 Sir Michael street 
Templeton, Andrew, & Son, 19 Underwood road 
Watson & Pattison, Yiotoria place. Lady lane 
Wilson, Thomas, Neilbton street 

Measurers. 
Lamb, J. Barr, 12 High street 
Paterson, Robertj 10 Bridge street 

Medical Practitipners* 
CoUigan, Hugh S., M.D., 23 Gauze street, 73 

Broomlands, and 84 High street 
Donald, James T., M.R.C.S.E., 84 and 102 High 

street, and 5 Gauze street 
Fraser, Donald, MB., CM., M.D., 3 Orr square 
Graham, Thomas, M.D., 3 Garthland street. 
Holms, John, M.B., CM , M,D., 21 Wellmeadow— 

house, 54 High street 
Hunter, John B., M.D., CM., 3 Smithhills—house, 

31 St. James street 
Hutchison, James, ^3 Causeyside 
Love, John, M.B., resident and assistant medical 

officer, Riccartsbar Asylum 
M'Kechnie, William, M.D., Thorndean, Eldersli^ 
Richmond, Daniel, M.D,, 32 New street 
Taylor, David. M.D., 6 St. James place 
Whitehead, Alexander, M.B., CM., 33 Gauze street 
Wilson, John, 13 Broomlands 



204 PAISLEY. 

t — ' ' ' ' 

Messenger-at-Arms. 
M'Kechnie, Alexander, 4 Moss street 

Hetal Eefiners. 
Cochran & M'Gechan, New Smithhills 

Black, Mrs, 62 High street 
Jack, Mrs, 77 High street 
Lennie, Mrs, 6 George street 
Lyle, Mrs, 61 Canal Street 
M^Kelvie, Mrs, 5 Love street 
Paton, Mrs, 3 Barr street 
Roxburgh, Mrs, 25 Old Sneddon 
Taylor, Mrs, 41 George street 

fillers. 
Andrew, Simon, & Sons, Cardonald Mills, Glasgow 

road 
Ramsay Bros., Hawkhead and Seedhill Mills 
Suodgrass, James, Saucel Mill 

Nurserymen and Florists. 

Dickson, William, Ladyburn Nursery 
Morgan, James, 3 Moss street. Cross 
M'Kenzie, Peter, Bellfield, Cartvale, Love street 
Paul, William, & Son, Wester Crossflat, off Mill st. 
White, George, Carriagehill House 

?acMng-Bos Makers, 
Paton, Robert, 7 Marshall's lane 
Porter, John, 9 New street 

Painters and Paperhan^ers, 

Alexander, James, 4 Geor-ge street 
Berry, John C, 35 High street 
Cameron, John, 7 Old Smithhills 
Drennan, Robert, 30 Causey side 
f'erguson, Angus, 15 Causey side 



PAISLEY. 205 



Fernie, Archibald, 6 St. James place 

Glasgow, Charles, 4 Gauze street and 18 Mill street 

Hunter, John K., 34 Wellraeadow 

Kirk, George G., 6 New Sinithhills 

MacFedries, William T., 32 High street 

Martin, Robert S., 20 Glen street 

Muir, James, 13 West Buchanan street 

Murray, David, & Son, 15 Gilmour street 

Reid, James, 18 Causeyside 

Snodgfrass, John, & Son, 5 Silk street 

Todd, Alexander, 22 Caledonia street 

Waterson, J. & R., 4 County place 

Wilkie, John, 39 High street 

Paper Rulers, 

Carswell, John, 4 High street 
Gibb, Thomas, 7 Old Sneddon 
Parlane. J. & R., 97 High street 

Pattern Dra-wers. 

Glassford, John, (carpets, &c.), 3 Hamilton street 
M'Anlay, James, High Carriagehill 
Robertson, James, 22 Oakshaw street 

PawnTjrokers. 

Boyd, Hugh, 12 Old Sneddon 

Ferguson, John, 35 High street 

Leitch, William, & Co., 106 George street 

Lewis, Arthur, 18 Storie street, 83 Broomtands, and 

1 Sandholes 
Lewis, Frederick, 90 Canal street and 86 Causeyside 
Lochhead, J. & G. F., 32 Causeyside and 1 Gordon's 

lane 
Macfarlane & Co., 16 Old Sneddon 
Mackay, John, & Co., 32 Gauze street 
Nisbet, Alexander P., 24 Gauze street 
Smith, Helln, l<j)8 George street 
Walker, Martin, 1 George street and 28 New street 

R 



206 PAISLEY. 

Photograpliers. 

Brown, William, 9 Gilmour street 
Edwards, Edward, 7 West street 
Millar, Thomas W., 69 High street 
M'Kenzie, George, 5 Gilmour street 
M'Lachlan, L. R., 7 Moss street 
O'Malley's Studio, 98 High street 
Whiteford, J. H., 25 Storie street 
Wilson, William, 33 Gle« street 

Piacterers. 

Adam, John, 95 George street 

Cla,rk, Charles, William street 

Hutchison, James, Westside Cottage, 3 Glen lane 

Hutchison, D. T., 12 Abbey close 

Millar, William, 38 Causeyside 

Mitchell, Andrew, 59 Causeyside 

Mitchell, Thomas, 11 Sir Michael street 

Young, Alexander, 7 Caledonia street 

Plumbers, Tinsmitlis, and Coppersmiths^ 

Armour, Robert, 28 Wellmeadow 

Crawford, H. & J., 24 Causeyside 

Dalrymple, James, & Son, 8 Old Sneddoa 

Douglas, John, Crow road 

Fleming, James, 4 New street 

Glover, William, 19 High street 

Cray, James, 53 High street 

Haran, Neil G., 102 Causeyside 

Higgens, David, 13 Old Smith hills 

Kelly, Alexander, 5 Gilmour street 

Kilpatriek, James, Dyers' wynd 

Martin, Alexander, 10 Lavv^n street 

Miller, William and Adam, 4 St Mirren street 

Moodie, James, 64 Broonilands 

Moffat, William, d5 Causeyside 

M'Millan, John, 21 Glen street ■ 

Morrison, John, & Sons, Dyers' wynd 

M'Walter, Allan, 23 New Smithhilils 



PAISLEf. 207 

Neil, James, 13 Broomlaiids 
iPinkerton, Robert, 67 Back Sneddon 
Robertson, Archibald, 9 Broomlands 
Robertson, George, 4 New Sneddon 
Stewart, John (Port-Glasgow), 16 Moss street 
Thouispfl, Joseph, 93 High street 
Wallace, Conuell, & Co., 8 Gilmonr street 
Young, John, 1 Broomlands 
Toung, Robert, 47 High street 

Potato Merchants. 

Allan, Robert, 7 Moss street 
Bowie, John, & Son, 6 Macdowall street 
Langmuir, Robert, 28 Canseyside 
Maclveiiar, Archibald, 42 Moss street 
Pinkerton^ M. G., 13 Abercorn street 
I*inkerton, William, 11 Abercorn street 
Walker, John, 23 Abbey street 

Powor-Loom Olotli Manufactiirers. 

Crawford, Hamilton, Abercorn street 
Kerr & Co., Underwood Mills 
Kerr, R. & J. P., Underwood Mills 
Wilson, George, & Co., George street Factory, 147 
George street 

Printers (Letterpress). 
Cook, J. & J., 3 Moss street 
'Gardner, Alexander, 3 and 9 Moss street 
Glover, Thomas, 11 Moss street 
Lochhead, William A., 15 and 16 Causeyside 
M'Dougal Brothers, 4 Moss street 
Melvin, T. James, 14 High street 
Paisley Herald Printing Office, 10 Moss street 
Farlane, J. & R., 97 High street 
Paterson, John, 76 High street 
Reid, John, 18 High Street 
Watson, W. B„, 10 Moss street 
Wotherspoon, Robert, 3 Ralston square • 
Xoung, Stephen, J2 New street 



208 PAISLEY, 

Hopespinners. 
Cars well, Robert, Canal bank 
Galletiy, Peter, Ladyburn Ropework 
Peacock, John, 85 High Street 
Southwell, Peter, 18 High street 
Watson, Robert, 32 High street 

Saddlers aiid Harness Makers. 

Baird, William, 86 High street 
Calderwood, James, 32 High street 
M'Creery, John, 2 Connty place 
M'Pherson^ James, 32 Wellmeadow 

Sculptors. 
Devlin, Michael, 18 Mill street 
Grordon, John, 23 Broomlands (opposite Cemetery 

gate) 
Harper, A. & D., 2 Maxwellton street 
Robin, William, 14 Lady lane 
Watson & Pattison, Victoria place, Lady lane 

Seed Merchants. 

Lang, Robert, 5 Old Sneddon 
Macfee, John, St. Mirren street 
Morgan, James, 3 Moss street 

Sha'^l and Muslin Cutters 
Fulton, William, & Sons, Glenfield 
Hogg & Co., 60 New Sneddon 
M'Lardie, James, Meikleriggs. 

Sheriff Of&cers. 

Harkness, John, 14 High street 
M'Kechnie, Alexander, 4 A!oss street 
M'Pherson, Alexander, 9 Churchhill 

(See page 18 of Appendix for additional names.) 

SMpbiiilders. 
Abercorn Shipbuilding Company (Hanna, Donald* 
<fc Wilson), Abercorn street 



PAISLET. 209 

FuUerton, John, k Co., Merksworth, Inchiunan road 
M-Intyre, Hugh, & Co., Merksworth 

Slaters. 

Brown, Robert, 49 Storie street 

Gardner, John, 82 Causeyside 

Gillespie, James, & Sons, 84 New Sneddon and 

Carlile lane 
Gillespie, William, & Son, 16 and 82 New Sneddon 
Kilpatrick, Thomas, 135 George street 
Mitchell, Andrew, 88 Causeyside 
Murdoch, Thomas, 53 Causeyside 
M'Clutchie, Henry, 73 Canal street 
Wallace, Charles, 23 New Sraithhills 
Wilson, Robert, 21 West street 
Wilson & Co., Id Sandholes. 

Soap Mocrhants. 

Carleton, Alfred, & Co., 4 New Sneddon 

Dalglish, John, 8 St. James place 

Isdale &M'Callum, Caledonian Soap Works, Rowan 

street 
Killoeh & Co., 41 and 42 Causeyside 
Muir & Anderson, St. Mirren Works, 93 New 

Sneddon 
Robin & Houston, 61 New Sneddon 
Sim, William, & Co., 1 West Croft 
The Gleniffer Soap Company, Lonend 

Smitlis- 

Those marked (*) are Farriers. 

Browning, Alexander, 21 and 22 Orchard street 

Browning, John, 9 New street 
^Christie, William, 21 Underwood 

Daley, Thomas, 47 Mill street 

Davis, William, 4 Broomlands 
^Donaldson, Humphrey, 1 Williamsburgh 

Fisher & Co., Macdowall street 

Gilmour, Matthew, 35 Glen street 
2b 



210 PATSLEt*. 

Hati'ick, Alexander, 30 Old Sneddon and 8 Broom- 
lands 

Hatrick, John, 93 Causeyside 

Kerr, Thomas, 15 Moss street 

Love, William, 1 Smithhills 
*Macfadzean, J. & J., 4 Glen lane 

M'Farlane, Archibald, 6 St. Mirren street 

M'Geoch, David, 4 Mill street 

Paterson, James, 4 vSt. James place 

Pollock, Stewart^ 42 New street 
*Pottie, A. & M., 22 Gordon's lane 

Reid, Thomas, & Sons, St. Mirren Engine Work? 
Thread .street 

Pobin, Henry, 17 Sand holes 

Sharp, George, 12 New Smithhills 
*Spreul, Andrew, 8 Christie street ' 
**Sproul, Andrew, 10 Lylesland 

Trench, James^ 15 Storie street 

Surgeon-Dentists- 

Biichanan, Alexander, 33 High street 
Cameron, Thomas Rnssell, 28 Gauze streefe 
Cullen, Thomas. 12 St. James street 
Dobie, James, 82 High street 

Tailors and OlotliierS' 

Those marked thug (*) are Clothiers., 

Adam, James, 2 Stow place 

Allison James, 47 Storie street 
* Anderson, James, 16 Gilmour street 

Balfour, William, 14 High street. 
*Ballantyne, John, 14 Castle street 
*Blair, Matthew, 104 Causeyside 
«*Brown, Robert, 5 Camphill place 
*Brown, Robert, 31 Gauze street 
«Cochran, Robert, & Sons, 26 New Smithhille- 
*Couper, John, 105 High street (Cross) 
*Cunningham, Thomas, 76 High street 

Duncan, Matthew, 15 Broomlands 
*Eaglesim, Robert, 3 High street 



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Finlayson, William, 58 Storie street 
**Gardner, John S., 6 Wellmeadow 
*Gremmell, William, 66 Back Sneddon 
**Grivan, James, 5 Moss street 

Glen, 411an, 9 Stow place 

Glen, Allan, 9 Moss street 

Glen, Allan, 138 George street 
*Glen, Robert, 81 Causeyside 
*Glen, Robert, 89 High street 
**Goldie, John, 60 High street 
*'Goold, James, 47 Moss street 
*Graham, James, 35 New iSueddon 

Hamilton, James, 7 Stow street 
*'Hatchard & Gibson, 18 Moss street 
*King, Alexander, & Son, 4 GiUnour street 

Love, Matthew, 2 Knox street 
*Mathieson, John, 8 High street 
*Mathieson, Robert, 105 High street 
*^ Mitchell, John, 36 Storie street 
^Mitchell, Robert, 131 George street 
*Moffat, James, 7 Broomlands 
*Mungle, Alexander, 9 High street 
«^Macalliim, William, 10 Wellmeadow 

M'Dougall, Hugh, 75 Love street 

M'Kenzie, Hugh, jun., 98 Causeyside 
^M'Lean, James, 33 High street 
*M'Nee, Robert, 1 Old Smithhills 

M -Queen, Robert, 7 Bridge street 
*M'Taggart, Daniel, 8 Orr square 
*Paisley Clothing Company, 103 High street (Cross) 
*Paterson, Samuel, 126 George street 
*Peattie, William, 2 Gilmour street 
*Reid, William, 33 Gauze street 
«»Robertson & M'Gibboa, 17 High street 
*Russell, Joseph, 18 Gilmour street 

Small, William, 7 Love street 

Smith, Alexander, 6 Love street 

Smith, William, 26 Glen street 
*^Thomson, William C, 25 High street 

Townley, James, 29 New Smithhills 



212 iPAISLEY. 

Towns, Archibald, 69 High street 

Maimers. 

Lang, W. J. & W., 1 and 2 Seedhill 
M'Intosh, Andrew, & Co., 7 New Smithhills 

Teachers. 

Airlie, Bessie, Stow Public School, 9 Wellmeadow 

Airlie, Jeanie S., Lawn Street School, 9 Wellraeado^ 

Allan, Jane, South Public School, 5 Camphill plac® 

Allan, Mary, Stevenson Public School, 8 Somraer- 
ville place, Glasgow 

Alexander, Jessie, East Public School, 3 George st. 

Alexander, William, Adelphi Public School, Barter- 
holm road 

Alty, William, St. Mirren's R.C. School 

Anderson, Mary, Graham Public School, 25 Oak- 
shaw street 

Barbe, Louis 6s L., Grammar School, Mill House, 
Camphill 

Ballantyne, Jeanie, Mossvale Public School, 54 
Causeyside 

Beverage, George, South Public School, Crossbill 
Cottage, Cathcart road, Glasgow 

Biggar, Anna S., South Public School, 18 Oakshaw 
street 

Biggar, Janet, West Public School, 18 Oakshaw st. 

Black, Elliot, West Public School, Netherpark, 
Calside 

Brown, Hugh A., West Public School, 9 Sandholes 

Brown, James, West Public School, 28 New 
Sneddon 

Brownridge, Robert, South Public School, Glen- 
cairn Cottage, Blackball 

Brownridge, William, South Public School, Glen- 
cairn Cottage, Blackball 

Buchanan, Jane, Central Public School, Millarston 

Cameron, Matthew, Stevenson Public School, 2 
Alexandra place 



PAISLEY 21 S 

Carswell, Eliza, Central Public School, 6 Smith 

street 
Coats, Mary, East Public School^ 1 Alexandra 

place 
Cockburn, George H., Mossvale Public School, 2 

Bute place 
Colquhoun, Agnes D., East Public School, 4 Smith- 

hills 
Cowan, Jessie, Grammar School, 5 Inkle street 
Craig, Alexander, North Public School, 3 Albion st. 
Craig, Agnes, Martyrs' Hall Public School, 8 West 

Campbell street 
Crawford, Maggie, West Public School, Park place^ 

Calside 
CuUen, John, North Public School, 144 Mathieson 

street, Glasgow 
Currie, Jeanie, Causeyside Public School, 3 Orr st. 
Dalziel, Jane, Stow Public School, 145 George street 
Dick, George, We^t Public School, 41 Broomlands 
Dobie, Florence, Mossvale Public School, 1 

Buchanan terrace 
Donaldson, Miss, Caversbank House Ladies' 

School, Oakshaw street 
Elder, Euphemia, Causeyside Public School, Foun- 
tain Gardens 
Fairlie, Archibald, Central Public School,Wellbourne 

Cottage, Meikleriggs 
Ferguson, James, Carbrook Public School, 44 

Millarstou 
Ferguson, Robert, Stevenson Public School, South 

Park, High Carriagehill 
Fowlie, James, Grammar School, 33 Oakshaw street 
Fulton, Maggie, West Public School, 29 Causeyside 
Fulton, Thomas C, Grammar School, 10 Smithhills 
Gardner, Jane, Martyrs' Hall Public School, 2 Inkle 

street 
Gemmell, Janet, Stow Public School, 12 Neilston 

street 
Gilmour, Robina, North Public School, 143 George 

street 



214 PAISLEYi 

Girdwood, Mary, Mossvale Public School, 4 Well- 
meadow 
Glass, David, M.A., Grammar School, 29 High 

street 
Glassford, Henry, East Public School, 3 Hamilton 

street 
Glassford, James, West Public School, 3 Hamilton 

street 
Glassford, Robert, Carbrook Public School, 2 Mary 

street 
Graham, George, Central Public School, 5 Lonend 
Graham, Mary, Stow Public School, 34 New Sneddon 
Gray, Annie S., Queen Street Public School, Abbey 

Asylum 
Green, James, East Public School, 5 Thread street 
Hamilton, David, flohn Neilson Institution, Clifton 

Cottage 
Hamilton, Hugh, Private Academy, 4 Bank street 
Hancock, Mary, Dickson Public School, Mill place, 

Camphill 
Harley, Annie, Causeypide Public School, 1 Falside 
Hannah, Agnes, Adelphi Hall Public School, 63 

Causeyside 
Harper, Alexander, Stevenson Public School, 6 

Smith street 
Harrower, Thomas, Grammar School, 140 Main 

street, Sauchiehall street, Glasgow 
Herd, John, Central Public School, 9 Cotton street 
Hosie, Maggie, South Public School, Nethercraigs 
Hutchison, David, 27 George street 
Irvine, Maggie, Adelphi Hall Public School, 19 

Wallace street 
Jackson, John^ West Public School, 56 George 

street 
Keenan, Elizabeth, St. Joseph's R. C. School, 4 East 

Buchanan street 
Kirkwood, Thomson, Grammar School, 13 Lome 

place, Mount Florida, Glasgow 
Marshall, James, Mossvale Public School, 22 Cale- 
donia street 



PAISLEY. 215 

MathiesoD, Joan, East Public School, 24 Oakshaw 

street 
Maybin, William, M.A., Grammar School, 1 Christie 

street 
Millar, Hugh Kennedy, East Public School, . 77 

Montrose street, Glasgow 
Millar, Mary, Central Public School, Wellbourne 

Cottage, Meikleriggs 
Millar, Bessie C, Grammar School, 69 High street 
Millar, Peter, South Public School, Bushes cottage 
Miller, Janet, Maxwelltoa School 
Mitchell, James, Mossvale Public School, 81 

Causey side 
More, Agnes Hart, West Public School, 33 George 

street 
Morton, Annabella, South Public School, 32 

Windsor street, Glasgow 
Murdoch, Alexander, John Neilston Institution 
Macaulay, Jessi'e, Carbrook Public School, Park 

View, High Carriagehill 
Macdonald, Jessie, St. Catherine's R.C. School, 4 

East Buchanan street 
Macnish, Louise C, Causeyside Public Scho©i, 17 

Kenmure street, Pollokshields 
Maguire, Kate, St. Mary's R.C. School 
M- Andrew, Julia, East Public School, 17 Abbey bU 
M'Gaw, James, Grammar School,^22 Newton streejt 
M'Kay, Dolina, South Public School, 44 Oakshaw 

street 
M'Kay, Jane, South Public Sehool, 44 Oakshaw 

street 
M'Keuzie, Evelyn F,, North Public School, Florea- 

tine place, Hillhead, Glasgow 
M'Lean, .Maggie, North Public School, 21 New 

Sneddon 
M' Master, Charles, North Public School, 68 Love 

street 
M'Nab, Elizabeth, W«st Public School, 9 Sandholes 
M'Nair, Marion, South Public School, 145 George 

street 



216 PAISLEY^ 

M'Nair, Catherine, West Public School, 145 George 

street 
NeilsoD, Marj, Central Public School, 1 Silk street 
Niven, John Coutts, M.A., Carbrook Public School, 

22 Wellmeadow 
Noble, John, Soutli Public School, 3 Blackball 
Orchardson, Maggie B , North Public School, 

Meadowbauk villa, Greenock road 
Paterson, Kate, Carbrook Public School, 9 Camp- 
hill 
Pattinson, Misses, Ladies' College, Tovvnhead House, 

12 High street 
Pollock, Helen, East Public School, 9 Wellmeadow 
Pollock, Mary, Stow Public School, 86 High street 
Rankin e, James M., North Public School, 44 

Causeyside 
Renfrew, Bessie, North Public School, Helena villa, 

Greenoek road 
Rennie, Miss, John Neilson Institution 
Ritchie, Maria, West Public School, 25 George st. 
Ptitchie, William, Carbrook Public School, 25 George 

street 
Robertson, Annie A., North Public School, 144 

Geoige street 
Kobb, James, South Public School, 3 Janefield place 
Robb, Thomas, South Public School, 11 Abercorn 

street 
Ross, Andrew, F.E.I. S., East Public School, Ross- 
land, Bishopton 
Ross, Mary, t ast Public School, Rossland, Bishop- 
ton 
Rutherford, Miss, John Neilson Institution 
Semple, James, Central Public School, 3 Orr street 
Scott, Elizabeth, Martyrs' Hall Public School, 15 

Moss street 
Smith, Robert, North Public School, 6 Love street 
Smith, David, North PuWic School, 6 Bridge street 
Smith, Janet, West Public School, 43 George street 
Stevenson, Isabella, Carbrook Pubhc School, 42 
Broomlands 



PAISLEY ^17 

Sproul, Robert, East Public School, 43 Mill street 
Stewart, William, North Public School, Ellandine, 

Matilda road, Pollokshields 
Steele, Mary, Mossvrle Public School, 1 Burn row 
Tagg, Alexander, F.E.I S., North Public School, 

Helena Villa, Greenock Road 
Tarburn, Maggie, Adelphi Hall Public School, 2Q 

Back Sneddon 
Taylor, James Robb, Graham Public School, 43 

George street 
Taylor, Jessie A. Ingram, East Public School, 3 

Back Sneddon 
Taylor, J. G. Ingram, West Public School, 3 Back 

Sneddon 
Taylor, John, M,A., West Public School, 43 George 

street 
Taylor, William, East Public School, 43 George st. 
Taylor, William, M.A., Grammar School, 2 Russell 

street 
Thomson, John Gray, John Neilson Institution, 

Strattonville, Meikleriggs 
Thomson, John, South Public School, 5 Williams- 

bvirgh 
Todd, JVlary, Martyrs' Hall Public School, Gas Work 
Tulloch, Hugh Alexander, East Pablic School 3 

Blackball 
Waterston, Jessie, Martyrs' Hall Public School, 24 

Glen street 
Waterston, Mary, Dickson Public School, Orr street 
Weir, Maggie G., North Public School, Barskiven 
Weir, Flora C, Central Public School, 84 George st. 
Whiteford, John, Adelphi Hall Public School, 5 

Camphill place 
Wilson, Annie, North Public School, Burnside villa 

Greenock road 
W^ilson, Agnes, t^outh Public School, 59 Causeyside 
Wood, William, North Public School, 30 Glen st. 
Woodrow, John, Neilson Institution, 17 Moss street 
Wyllie, Jessie, North Public School, 71 Love 

street 



21 S PAISLEY. 

Young, Andrew, Queen Street Public School, 29 
Carriagehill 

Teachers (DarUcinrX 
M'Lellan, Alexander, 40 New street 
Primrose, James C, 4 Old Smithhills. 

Teachers (Dra"wia»)* 

Brown, James, Carbrook Street Scliool 
Hayes, Charles, 5 Greenhill road 
; : Stewart, William, School of Art, Glasgow 

Teachers (Miigic). 
Anderson, E. J., 25 Oakshaw street 
Barratt, John, Mus. Bac, Oxon., 97 High street 
Colquhoun, Miss J., 4 Smithhills 
Coulthurst, Miss Ada, 9 St. Jaii^es street 
Fraser, J. Roy, Academy, Terrace Buildings, 109^ 

High street 
Fulton, Agnes, 10 Old Smithhills 
Gilmour, Miss, 97 High street 
Hayes, John, 5 Mossvale lane 
Ho'eck, Miss, 86 High street 
Hoeck, William T., 86 High street 
Notman, Misses, Park place, Calside 
M'Ewen, John, 4 Garthland street 
Pattinson, James, Mus, Bac, Cantab., Townheadi 

House, 42 High street 
Boxburgh, Miss, 33 Oakshaw street 
Stewart, Miss, 2 St. James street 
Thomsopj Miss, 13 Abbey street 

TolDacccnists. 

Those marked (*) *re Manufacturers. 

Armour, Jobdi, 51 High street 
Bain, Robert J., 56 High street 
Boyd, James, 1 Smithhills 
Cochran, David, 11 Old Smithhills 
Devlin, M., 14 Gauze street 
*Dobie, George, 4 and 5 Orchard streef 



PAISLEY. 219 

Hamilton, William, 84 Broomlands 

Kilpatrick, Robert, 4 High street (Cross) 

Lawrie, James, 51 Pligh street 
*Masson, George, 42 Wellmeadow 

Macfee, John, 1 St Mirren Street 

Macallnm, William, 10 Wellmeadow 

Macdonald, John, & Son, 15 Old Sneddon 

M'Innes, Robert, 71 Broomlands 

Morrison, Mrs, 2 George street 

Orr, Miss, 29 Canal street 

■Roger, Mrs Alexander, 91 High street 

Smith, George, 11 Moss street 

Smith, Miss, 18 Causey side 
*Stevenson, John, & Son, 77 New Sneddon 

Walker, James, 21 Sandholes 

Wallace, John, 24 High street 

Young, William, 74 Cause jside 

Toldacco Pipe Manufacturers. 
-Campbell, John, 30 Gauze street 

TTmlsrella Manufacturers, 

Barbour, James, 12 High street 
Campbell, H., 7 Old Smithhills 
•DicksoUj Miss Margaret, 7 New street 

"Cpliolsterers- 

'Cameron, Alexander, 40 High street 
€assidy, E., 8 Churchhill 
Hunter, James, 32 High street 
iPaterson, Joseph, 94 Causeyside 
I*aton, John, 80 High street 
Risk & Marshall, 33 Wellmeadow 
Roger, Mrs, 91 High street 
Watson, David, 41 Lady lane 
Weddell, John, 48 High street 
Weir, George, 88 High street 
Weir, John, 8 Orr square 



220 PAISLEY. 

Valuators- 
Davidson, Charles, Terrace Buildings 
Gillespie, John, 82 New Sneddon 
Lamb, James B., 12 High street 
MacFadyen, James R., 28 Wellraeadow 
Paterson, Robert, 10 Bridge street 

Veterinary Surg-eons- 

Houston, William F., Glen lane 
M'Geoch, Andrew, 4 Mill street 
Pottie, Alexander, 63 Love street 
tSpreul, Andrew, 8 Christie street 

"Warpers. 

Allison, Robert, 19 Gauze street 
Davidson, Thomas, Cumberland place, 111 Causey- 
side 
Lang, Robert, Marshall's lane 
Millar, James, 16 Causeyside 

"Waste Merchants. 

Boyle, John, 13 and 51 Storie street 

Caldwell, Robert, 27 Old Sneddon 

Campbell, Duncan, 38 Storie street 

Craig, Hugh, 10" St. James street 

Houston, Matthew, 19 George street 

Kirkwood, J. & M., 3 Broomlands 

Millar, Thomas, 117 Geoi-ge street 

M'Ghee, Patrick, ^3 Old Sneddon 

M'-Gown, Adam, 17 Williamsburgh 

M'Leod, Robert C., 89 Causeyside 

Pollock, William, 58 Causeyside 

Speirs, John, 19 Cotton street 

Storrie, J. k W.,. 37 High street ] 

Sutherland, George, 3 Williamsburgls 

Wagstaff, Matthew, 5 Orchard street 

Wallace, Bernard, 13 South Croft 

Wilson^ William J 10 Orchard streei .^ 



i»AISLEY. 221 

l^atch and Clocls Majors and Jewelleris. 
Arthur, William, 82 High street 
Black, Andrew, 16 High street 
Bryce, George H., 86 High street 
Olelland, A., 42 Canseyside 
Du£F & Miller, 20 High street 
Cremmell, Malcolm, 5 Wellmeadow 
'Cruthrie, Mungo, 1 Old Smithhills 
Harris, R. & A.-, 9 High street (Cross) 
Harris, William, 19 High street 
Hill, R. L,, 8 High street 
Hardie, M. N., 28 Wellmeadow 

King, Robert, 22 High street , ' 

Kingsberry, Thomas, 139 George street 
Lyle, John, 114 High street (Cross) 
Myles, Henry, 46 Moss street 
M'Gibhon, Richard F., 4 Moss street 
Hobertson, Matthew, 20 Causeyside ) 

■Smith, Robert, 3 George street ; 

Wilson, James, 47 High street 
Wilson, Walter, 29 Maxwellton 

"Weavers' Furnishers 
Alexander, John, 163 George street 
Alexander, William, Barterholm roadhead 
Caldwell, James, 104 Causeyside 
Millar, P. K., 9 New street 
Picken, Alexander, 2 Barclay street 
Taylor, Thomas, 109 George street 
Trench, Robert, 7 Orchard street 

^ine and Spirit Merchants. 

Those marked (*) are Wholesale Merchants. 

Adam, Alexander, 3 Maxwell street 
Adam, John, 9 Williamsburgh 
Adam, Robert, 8 Orchard street 
Adam, Robert, 68 George street 
Adam, William, 51 Caledonia street 
Anderson, Mrs Henry, 13 Moss str«|et 
Andrew, William, 96 Causeyside 
s 2 



222 fATSLEY. 

AiTol, Thomas, 80 Broomlands 

Arthur, J. F., 14 Old Sneddon 

Balfour, Miss Elizabeth, 105 George street 

Bates, Thomas, 29 Gauze street 

Berry, Mrs Janet, 77 High street 

Bisset, Elizabeth, 12 Fergusiie 

Black, Mrs Robert, 7 Glen street 

Blair, Dugald, 78 Canal street 

Blair, Hugh, 35 Fergusiie 

Blair, Mrs John, Hay Weighs Inn, 3 King street i 

Bole, William, 2 Renfrew street \ 

Bowie, Andrev/, 11 Williamsburgh 

Boyd, John, 20 Broomlands 

Boyle, Mrs James, 21 Moss street 

Bradshaw, Philip, 15 Gilmour street 

Burtney, James, 12 Back Sneddon 
*^Caldvvell, James, & Son, 9 and 10 Gilmour street 
**Calderwood, Hugh, 94 New Sneddon 

Campbell, William, 38 High street 

Carlile, Mrs Thomas, 10 Smithhills 

Carlile, James S., 4 Thread street 

Carmichael, Mrs Jane, 80 Cotton street 

Chalmers, James, 13 Maxwellton 

Cochran, James, 39 Stock street 

Cochran, James, 11 West Croft 

Cochran, Thomas, 36 Moss street 

Colquhoun, George, 17 Wellmeadow 

Connell, David, 116 George street 

Connell, James, 36 Storie street 

Costello, Patrick, 12 Gilmour street, 7 Love street, 
Canteen, Paisley Barracks, and 2 Go van road, 
Glasgow 

Cowan, John, 3 Love street 



Craig, Robert, 50 Caledonia street 
Craig, Robert) 20 St. James street 
Craig, William, 17 Causeyside 
Craig, William, 6 Union street 
Cramb, James, 89 Causeyside 
Cruickshanks, Robert, 63 Broomlands 
Cunningham, Adam, 35 High street 



PAISLEY. 223 

Currie, William, Jan., 4 Renfrew street 

Dickie, Mrs Thomas, 25 Moss street 

Donald, James, 80 New Sneddon 

Drummond, John (Irvine Brewery, and Howard 
street, Glasgow), 5 Christie street 

Duncan, William L., 8 Mid lane 

Fairlie, Robert, 9 Moss street 

Fechney, David, 107 George street 

Ferguson, Margaret, 10 Storie street 

Ferrie, Thomas, 9 Smithhills 

Finlay, William, 15 Thread street 

Forrester, William, 91 New Sneddon 
*^Foulds, Andrew, 88 High street, and 162 George 

street 
*Foulds, Andrew, & Son, 4 and 5 Abbey street 

Foulds, Rodger, 29 Causeyside 
*Foulds, William, 4 School wynd, 24 George street, 
and 20 Old Sneddon 

Fraser, Thomas, 11 New Sneddon 

Gemmell, James, ^59 George street 

Gemmell, Matthew, 14 Broomlands 

Gibson, William, 15 Lawn street 

Gilchrist, Robert, 10 George street 

Gilmour, John, 20 Moss street 

Golder, Mrs William, 19 Causeyside 

Gourlay, Robert, 1 Carriagehill 

Grice, Mrs Agnes, 4 Neilston road 

Hamilton, Mrs Ann, 65 Love street 

Harper, John, 95 Causeyside 

Hart, Archibald, 3 St. James street 

Hart, Mrs Mary, 62 High street 

Hart, Thomas, 6 George street 

Hart, Thomas, 85 Causeyside 

Harveys & Co., 136 George street 
*Harvey, James, & Co., 15 King street, Saucel 

Hastings, William, 54 Storie street 

Hendrie, Bernard, 5 St. Mirren street 

Hillcoat, Anthony, 4 St. Mirren street 

Hunter, Joseph, 120 George street 

Hunter, Robert L. , 9 School wynd 



g^4 PAISLEY. 

Hunter, Thomas, 22 Great Hamilton street 
. Jack, James^ 107 and 108 High street (Cross) 
Jamieson, A. H., 13 Dyers' vvynd 
Jamieson, Miss Ann, 28 Wellmeadow 
Jeffrey^ Mrs George, 8 Wardrop street 
Johnston, William, 23 LaWn street 
Johnstone, William, 72 Causeyside and 10 Moss st. 
Kelly, Adam, 37 St. James street 
Kelso, Thomas, 23 Stock street 
Killoch, Adam, 4 Caledonia street 
Kins^, John, 25 New Smithhills 
Kirkwood, James, 21 Broomlands 
Lamond, Mrs Archibald, 1 Silk street 
Landess, Robert, 20 George street 
Lang, John, 47 Moss street 
Lang, John, jun., 78 High street 
Lang, William, 43 Moss street 
Lawson, Alexander, 7 Wallneuk 

Lees, Peter, 5 and 6 Smithhills 

Liddle, David, 1 Bladda 

Logan, Alexander, 27 Lawn street 

Lyall, George, 63 Broomlands 

Manwell, Mrs Martha, 16 Abercorn street 

Marshall, James, 6 Cotton street 

Meikle, Andrew, 27 New Sneddon 

Meiklejohn, Mrs J. G., 3 St. Mirren street 

Miller, Mrs, 1 East Buchanan street 

Mills, Robert, 34 Canal street 

Mitchell, John, Commercial Inn (Cross) 

Mitchell, William, 19 Carriagehill 

Morrison's Globe Hotel, 11 High street 

Morrison, Hugh, 3 Silk street 

Morrison, John, 6 West Croft 

Muir, Mrs Alexander, 7 Renfrew street 

Muir, J. & J., 13 NeilstoQ street 

Muir, Joseph, 20 Abbey street 

Murray, A., 2 Garthland street 

M'Cracken, Mrs, 17 Gauze street 

M^Crossan, Thomas, 6 Wallace street 

M'Donald, Miss, 10 Canal street 



PAtS'tEf. ^25 

M'Donald, Mrs Duncan, 12 Old Sneddon 
M'Eachran, Mrs, 3 Oi^chard street 
*Macfarlane & Co., 29 Lady lane 
Macfarlane, Daniel, 32 Well street 
M'Ghie, John, 13 Abbey street 
M'Gregor, Charles, 9 North Croft 
M'Houl, Mrs, 9 Orchard street 
M'Intosh, Alexander S., 26 Gauze street 
M'Intyre, Mrs Alexander, 37 and 89 Causeysid^ 
**M'Kean, James, 63 Causeyside 
M'Kean, James, jun., 100 George street 
M'Kean, J., 75 Broomlands 
M'Kechnie, William, 28 Back Sneddon 
Mackenzie, George* 6 High street 
M'Kenzie, Gilbert, 25 Carriagehill 
M'Lachlan, John, 70 Broomlands 
M'Lachlan, Mrs John, 5 Moncrieff street 
M'Lean, Mrs Alexander, 6 Cotton street 
M'Leod, Mrs Mary, 14 Neilston road 
M'Millan, James, 16 Causeyside 
M'Nab, Mrs Agnes, 26 Carriagehill 
M'Naught, John, 16 Gauze street 
M'Neil, Peter, Terrace Tavern, 109 High street 
M'Neil, William, 19 Wellmeadow 
M' Walter, Elizabeth, 19 Maxwellton street 
Ness, Mrs John, 1 North Bridge street 
Newton, William, 34 Glen street 
Niven, Hugh, 110 George street 
Noble, John, Abercorn Hotel, Gauze street 
Orr, Mrs Andrew, 13 High street 
Park, John, 11 St. James place 
Paterson, Mrs H., 48 High street 
Pattison, James, 35 Moss street 
Paton, Alexander, 4 Old Sneddon 
Philips, John, 52 Storie street 
Pinkerton, Allan, 57 Broomlands 
Reid, Mrs William, 72 Broomlands 
Rennie, Mrs Alexander, 148 George street 
Risk, James, 1 Saucel 
Robertson, Mrs Peter, 2 Orchard street 



M^ t>AiSLEY. 

Robertson, William, 5 Carriagehill 
Rodger, Matthew, 1 East Croft 
Bcollan, Thomas, 38 Moss street 
Smith, John, George Hotel, 2 Smithhills 
Steel, William, Cross Keys, 12 Saucel 
Stevenson, Thomas, 8 Gauze street 
StevensoDj Thomas, 71 Broomlands 
Stewart, Mrs Walter, 25 Ne^r street 
^Stirling, John, 1 Mossvale lane 
Stirling, Robert, 2 Wellmeadow 
Stirling, Thomas, 1 Garthland street 
Sutherland, Alexander, 1 Old Sneddon 
Taylor, Mrs, Moss-side, Greenock road 
Templeton, Mrs William, 13 Canal street 
Thomson, Andrew, 5 Williamsburgh 
Thompson-, James, 148 Goorge street 
Thomson, Mrs A., County Hotel, County plac6 
Thomson, William, 45 Broomlands 
Waddell, Mrs Jane, GO Causeyside 
Walls, M. C, 23 Williamsburgh 
Walker, Mrs Hugh, 16 Broomlands 
Walker, Robert, 2 St. Mirren street 
Webster, John, & Co., 22 Gauze street 
Weddell, James, 37 Ferguslie 
Weir, William, 51 George street 
Whammond, James, 10 Caledonia street 
Whitehead, Agnes, 44 Broomlands 
Wilkie, Mrs Duncan, 32 George street 
Wilson, Archibald, 56 Causeyside 
Woodrow, J., 1 Dovesland 
-» Wright, Mrs Robert, 4 Cotton street 
Wylie, Mrs R. S., 71 Love street 
Young, George^ 5 Broomlands 

"Wood Merchants- 
Allison, William, Victori-a Saw Mills, 22 Love street 
Armstrong & M^Nair, 12 and 13 St. James street 
Blackwood, Matthew, 67 Love street 
Browning, Alexander, 21 and 22 Orchard street 
Bryce, James, <fe Sons, Macdowall street 



PAISLEY. 227 

Clavk, John, & Co., Wallneuk Saw Mills, 12 Wall- 

neuk 
Craig, Alexander, 27 Back Sneddon 
Forster & Jarvie, 17 Niddry street 
Highgate, John, & Co., Caledonia Saw Mills, Murray 

street 
Hutton, Robert, 40 Broomlands 
Kerr, G-aviu, 28 Orchard street 
Jar\ey, Matthew, 17 Niddry street 
M'Naughton, Alexander, 6 New Smithhills 
Stewart, Andrew, 43 Back Sneddon 
Wallace, Peter, 28 Broomlands 
Young, John, & Co., Burgh Saw Mills, Caledonia st. 

"Wood Turners, 
Barr, John, IMossvale Works, off Love i^treet 
Clark, R. G., Greenhill Works, 1 G-reenliill. road 
Crawford, P. & A., 5 South Croft 

"Wrights and Joinesrs. 

Alexander, W., Barterholm roadhead 

Allison & Wilkie, 23 Lady lane 

Armstroiig & M'Nair, 12 and 13 St. James street 

Auld, John P., 30 Orchard street 

Barr, Hugh, Espedair street 

Black, James, & Co., King street 

Blackwood, Matthew, 67 Love street 

Browning, Alexander, 21 aad 22 Orchard street 

Browning, John, 9 New street 

Bryce, James, & Sons, Macdowall street 

Clark, John, & Co., Wallneuk Saw Mills, 12 Wal|^ 

neuk 
Craig, Alexander, 27 Back Sneddon 
Cuthbert, Ralph, 4 Maxwellton 
Punlop, James, 11 Inkle street 
Duns more, James, 4 Vf est brae 
Erskine, Andrew, 2 Lady lane 
Ewing, Stewart, 20 Laws street 
Ferguson, William, 15 Causeyside 
|jrar4ner5 James, 2 Lnkle street 



228 PAISLEY. 

Green, James, & Sons, Mill street 
Gold, Daniel, 28 Gordon's lane 
Houston, Gavin, 5 Maxwellton street 
Keith, Adam, 101 Causeyside 
Keith, Alexander, 3 Thread street 
Kerr, Gavin, 28 Orchard street 
Kilpatrick, James, 44 Storie street 
Kilpatrick, John, & Son, 16 Abbey street 
Kirk, J. & J., 37 Mill street 
Kirk, John, 27 Wellmeadow 
Lang & Stewart, Murray street 
Lee, Robert, 12 St. James street 
M'Innes, J. & W,, Lady lane 
M'lnnes, John, William street 
M'Naughton, Alexander, 6 New Smithhills 
M'Neil & Brown, Gamphill 
M'Queen, Thomas, Lady lane 
Paton, Robert, 7 Marshall's lo-ne 
Picken, Alexander, 2 Barclay street 
Pratt, David, 29 Ganze street 
Small, James, 129 George street 
Stevenson, Alexander, 26 Oauseyside 
Stevenson, Thonaas, jun., 37 Storie street 
Stewart, Andrew, 43 Back Sneddon 
Wallace, Peter, 28 Broomlands 

Writers. 

Adam, Joljn, 9 Gilmour street 

Bartlemore, John, County Buildings (north end) 

Bartleraore, William, County Buildings (north end) 

Caldwell & Muir, 33 Old Sneddon 

Campbell, David, 12 High street 

Campbell, Thomas, County Buildings (north end) 

Duun, Jas, H., School of Art Buildings, Gilmoui' st 

Gardner, J. N. & J., 3 County place 

Hart, George, Burgh Fiscal, 5 County place 

Hodgart & Anderson, 97 High street 

Mactarlane, Daniel, County Fiscal, 5 County place 

M'Ghie, William, 109 Causeyside 

M'lnnes, Mackenzie, & L^jhllead, 7 Gilmour street 



t>AisLEir. 229 

M'Kean, John, 46 Mo8S street 

MacRol)ert, Thomas, County Buildings (north end) 

Millar, Walker, & Millar, 8 Gilmour street 

Reid, Thomas F., 4 Causeyside 

Reids & Campbell, 3 County place 

Russell, R. & T., 7 High street 

Sample, David, & Co., 16 Gilmour street 

Young & Martin, County Buildings 

Yarn ancL Silk Mercliaxits. 

Barr, Stirrat, & Co., 109 Causey side 

Brown, William, jun., & Co., 107 Causeyside 

Cochran, Robert, & Co., 4 Cumberland court 

Craig, James, 21 Causeyside 

Craig, Robert W., 29 George street 

Gilmour, Thos., & Co., Cumberland court, Causeyside 

Greenlees, Thomas, & Co., 13 Causeyside 

Millar, James, & Son, 106 Causeyside 

Pollock & Co., 5 Cumberland court 

Ronald, Robert A., Daisy bank, Back Sneddon 

Stewart, John, & Co., 6 Forbes place 

Symington, J. M., Causeyside court, 14 Causeyside 

Thomson, J. & J., Ill Causeyside 




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WATSON'S PAISLEY DIRECTORY. 



1882-S3_ 

Magistrates and Town Council of Paisley 

"Water, Gas, and Police Oommisgioners ; 

Pulalic Health Local Authority ; 

Boad and Cart navigation Trustees ; 

Committees, &c„ &o. 

Magistrates^ 
William MacKean, Esq., Provost 
Alexander Speirs, "| 

John Johnston, { ^ . ^ .,. 

George Dobie, j' Esquires, Bailies, 

Archibald Mackenzie, J 

. James Clark, Esq., Treasurer. 
Councillors . 



Messrs Eobert Cowan, 
James Wills, 
Peter Wallace, 
John Lamberton, 
John M'Gown, 



Messrs Robert Eaglesim, 
Johu Young, 
WilHam M'Gee, 
James Weir, 
Robert Cochran. 



Messrs David "ioun^, ) m ^■, ■, 

Francis Martin, j Town-Clerks. 

Mr A. M.Ross, Town Chamberlain. 

Mr George Hart, Burgh Fiscal. 

Mr Robert Sharp, laspector of Works. 

C(urt of Lyners, 

The Treasurer (^Convener'). 

Messrs Eobert Eaglesim, James Wills, Peter Wallace. 

Four a quorum. 

Finance Committee, 

The Treasurer {Conveuer). 

lessrs John M'Gown {Dep.-Con.), William M'Gee, John Lamberton, 

James Weir, Peter Wallace. 

Four a quorum. 

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APPENDIX. 



Non-entry, and for the Sale of Casualties and Feu-Duties. 
Tke Provost, Magistrates, and Treasurer. 
The Provost [Convener). Three a quorum. 

Property Committee. 

Mr John Young (^Convene?'). 

Messrs Eobert Cowan, Robert Eaglesim, John Lamberton, James 

Wills, Peter Wallace, James Weir. Four a quorum. 

Fi'ce Library and Museum Committee. 

The Provost (^Convener). 

The Treasurer (^Sub-Con.') 

Bailies Speirs, Johnston, Dobie, Mackenzie. 

Messrs Robert Eaglesim, John M'Gown, Robert Cochran, Joha 

Lamberton, John Fullertou, George Masson, James Hay, 

William Russell. 

Sir Peter Coats, Sheriff Cowan, Rev. James Brown, D.D. 

Messi'S George Seton Veitch, Rubert Brown, George R. Hislop, 

Three a quorum. 

Stated Mt5etings of Committee on the Third Thursday of January, 
April, July, aud October, 

Parks and Fountain Gardens Committee. 

Robert Cowan (^Convener). John I;amberton (Dep.-Coti.) 

Messrs Thomas Coats, Robert Cochrau, William M'Gee, John 

M'Gown, Robert Eaglesim, James Wills. Five a quorum. 

Stated Meetings of Committee on the First Monday of February 

and October. 

Parliamentary Bills Committee. 

Bailie Speirs (^Convener). Bailie Johnston (Dep.-Con.) 

Messrs John M'Gown, William M'Gee, James Wills, James Weir. 

Four a quorum. 

Road Trust and Quarry Comviittee. 

Mr Wm. M'Gee {Convener). The Treasurer {Dqj.-Con.) 

Messts Robert Cowan, John Young, Peter Wallace, James Weir. 

Five a quorum. 

Meetings held on the Friday before First Monday of every Month. 

]mx>rovement Committee. 

The Treasurer {Convener). Bailie Speirs {Dep.-Con.) 

Messrs Robert Cochran, Wilham M'Gee, John M'Gown. John 

L-amborton, James Wills, Peter Wallace. 

Four a quorum. 



Gas Committee. 

Mr John M'Gown {Convener). Bailie Johnston {Sub.-Con.) 

Messrs Wtn. M'Gee, Robert Cowaf, John Lamberton, Peter Wallace. 

Four a quorum. 

Meetings held on Tuesday after the First Monday of every MoHth. 



APPENDIX. 



Water Trust Committee. 

The Provost (Convener). The Treasurer {Sub-Con.) 

Messrs Eobert Cochran, Robert Eaglesiiu, Joha Young, James 

Wills, James Weir. 

Five a quorum. 

Meetings held on First Monday of every Month. 

Magistrates and Town Treasurer ex-officiis Members of all Com- 
mittees, except Free Library and Museum Committee. 

To represent Council in carrying out Court- Houses (Scotland) Act, 1860. 

Bailies Speirs and Mackenzie. Treasurer Clark. Messrs John 

M'Gown, Robert Cochran, John Young. 

Parochial Board. 

Elected in February. 

Provost MacKean, Bailie Speirs, Messrs John M'Gown and 

Robert Cochran, 

Prison Visiting Committee. 

Elected on First Monday of May. 

Provost MacKean, Bailies Speirs, Johnston, Dobie, and Mackenzie. 

Cart Trustees. 
Provost MacKean, Messrs John M'Gown and Robert Cochran. 

Second Tuesday in June for Perambulating the Burgb Marches. 

General Court for Granting Certificates for the Sale of Excisable 

Liquors, Second Tuesday of April and Third Tuesday of October. 

Valuation Appeal Court, in September. 

Charities Voted in January. 

Cart Navig'ation Trustees- 

Provost MacKean, Chairman. John M'Gown, (Z)e/?. do.), 

Treasurer Clark, Messrs Robert Cochran, John Young, Robert 

Brown, John Andrews, Thomas Reid, Charles Smith, John 

Fullerton, Robert Cochran, and William M'Gee. 

Account Committee. 

Robert Brown (Convener.) 

Treasurer Clark, Messrs Robert Cochran and Robert Cochrane. 

Three a quorum. 



WorTcs Committee. 

Mr John Fullerton (Convenev.) 

Messrs John Young, Thomas Reid, John Andrews, Charles Smith, 

William M'Gee, Robert Cochran. 

Three a quorum. 

Chairman and Dep.-Chairman Members of both Committees ex-officiis. 

Meeting of Trustees held on the First Wednesday of every Month 

at Seven o'clock p.m. 



-APPENDIX. 



Cemmissioners of Police. 

Under " The General Police and Improveruent (Scotland) 

Act, 1862," 

The Magistrates and Council of the Burgh. 

Six a quorum. 



LOCAL AUTHORITY. 

Under the " Public Health (Scotland; Act, 1867," and 
" The Sale of Pood and Drugs Act, 1875." 
The Corunaissiouers of Police, 



STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Paving^ Nao Building, and Street Imjn-ovements. 

(Including Slaughter-House.) 

The Provost, Bailies, and Burgh Treasurer, ex offtciis. 

Messrs Robert Cochran (Cotivener), John M'Gown (Svb-Con.) 

William M'Gee, James Wills, James Weir. 

Four a quorum. 



Lighting, Cleansing, Watching and Fire Engines, and Sanitary, 
(Including Drainage.) 

The ProTOst, Bailies, and Burgh Treasurer, ex officiis. 

Mr Robert ERg\es\m[{Convener), Bailie Johnston (5m^»- Cow.), 

Messrs John Lamberton, Peter Wallace, John Young, Robt. Cowan. 

Four a quoruuj. 

Finance and Assessments. 

The Provost, Bailies, and Burgh Treasurer, ex officiis. 

The Burgh Treasurer {Convener), Mr John M'Gown {Stib-Coji.) 

Messrs John Lamberton, Wm. M'Gee, James Weir, Peter Wallace. 

Four a quoruai. 

Appeals. 

The whole of the Commissioners. 

The Burgh Treasurer {Convener), Mr John M'Gown {Suh-Con.) 

Six a quorum. 

Messrs Andrew Millar, Thomas Walker, and Andrew Millar, Jun., 

Clerks to the Commissioners. 

Mr Daniel Richmond, M.D,, Suigeon and Medical OfEcer. 

Mr Donald Sutherland, Superintendent of Police, Surveyor of Paving, 

and Inspector of Lighting and Common Lodgiog-Houses. 

Mr Robert Green, Sanitary Inspector, Inspector of Cleansing, 

Surveyor of Drainage, and Inspector of Food and Drugs. 

Mr Arthur M'Naughtan, Superintendent of Fire Brigade. 

Mr William Scott, Superintendent of Slaughter-House. 



APPENDIX. 



Au ordinary Meeting of the Commissioners to be held on the Second 
Monday of every Month, at Seven o'Olock, p.m. ; and an Audited 
Account of Receipts and Expenditure for the Year ending 15th May, 
to be laid before the Ordinary Meeting in July, yearly. 

The Rates of Police Assessment for the year 1881-82 are — 

Police Assessment — At 5|d per £ when rented or valued under 
£3 ; 8^d per £ at £3 and under £5 ; and lid per £ at £5 and up- 
wards. 

Assessment in Lieu of Petty Customs — At ^^di per £ when 
rented or valued under £3; at ^^^ per £ at £3 and under £5 ; at 
'*^.^d per £ at £5 and upwards. 

The Assessment uuder the Public Health Act is id on Landlord 
and Id 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 
10s, it is Assessed as £1. 

The following Lauds or Premises are Assessed on one-fourth of 
their annual value entered in the Valuation Roll, viz. : — 

1. All Lands or Premises used exclusively as a Odual or Basin of 
a Canal, or Towing path for the same, or as a Railway constructed 
under the powers of auy 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 
Bouuds. 

2. All the under ground Gas and Water Pipes, ©r under ground 
Works of any Gas or Water Company. 

3. All Woodland, Arable, Meadow, or Pasture Ground, or other 
Ground used for Agricultural purposes. 



PARLIAMENTARY BOUNDARIES. 
Ward — All within a line drawn as follows, viz. — From the Moss 
toll on the Greenock load, along the centre of the Greenock road, 
southward to a point opposite to the centre of the north road of 
the Race Course leading westward from the Greenock road,thence 
along the ceutre of that road to the centre of the road that inter- 
sects the Race Course road, thence southward along the centra of 
that intersecting road and the road iu a line therewith, passing 
West March to the ceutre of the Greeuhill road, thence westward 
along that road to a point opposite to the centre of the north eud 
of Lonewells Street, thence southward along the centre of that 
street to a point iu the centre of Wellmeadow street, thence west- 
ward along the centre of that street to a point opposite to the con- 
tra of the North end of Castle street, thence southward along the 
centre of that to the south end thereof, thence southward alono- 
the centre of Ralston square to the north end of the street or 
avenue leading to Castlehead^ thence southward along the centre 
of that avenue to a point opposite to the north-east corner of 
the mansion-house of Castlehead, thence to the north-east corner 

a2 



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APPENDIX. 



of the said mausion-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 Gresnhill 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 
Charch wall to the Churchhill, thence along the centre of Church- 
hill 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 War- 
drop 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 Caual, thence along the centre of the Canal 
westward to the east boundary of the First Ward, thence northward 
along the said boundary 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 Eiver Cart, up the centre of 
the Eiver Cart until it reaches the extremity of the Parhamen- 
tary boundary of the Burgh at or near the junction of the Hawk- 
head Lade with the River Cart, thence along the Parliamentary 
line until it reaches the intersection of Espedair Burn at or near 
Haircraigs, thence along the east Boundary of Ward 1st till it 
reaches the Canal, thence along the 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 east- 
ward 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 Causey- 
side 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 boundard to the west of 
the centre of the River Cart, which is not included in any of the 
preceding Wards. 
5th Ward — All within the Parliamentary boundary of the Burgh 
situated on the east of the centre of the River Cart. 

Fairs — Third Thursday of February and May, and second Thursday 

of August aaid November. Markets — every Thursday. 

Fast Days — Friday before first Sabbath in April and October. 



I 



APPENDIX. 



Faieley Parocliial Soard, 1882-83. 

OFPICIALS OF BOARD. 

Robert Rowand, Inspector of Poor— residence, Greenlaw cottage. 

James Renfrew, Collector of Rates — house, Auna villa. 

Wm. Fraser Mackenzie, Assistant-Inspector of Poor— house, 2 

Gilmour street. 
John Mackenzie, 2 Gilmour street. 
Governor of Poorhouss — Wra. Bennett. 
Matron of Poorhouse — Mrs M-Gregor. 
Medical Officer — Dr Hunter. 
Chaplain— David Campbell — house, 35 Oakshaw Street. 



MEMBERS OF BOARD 



Provost MacKeau 
Bailies Speirs 

Johnston 

Dobie 
Treasr. Clark 
Messrs Wm. Coats, jr. 

GeorgeMasson 

David Wilson 



James Wills, Esq., Chairman, 



Messrs John Young 
R. F. Dalziel 
Wm. Craw 
PatrickCostello 
J.Barclay,Canal 

Bank 
J. Lamberton. 
J. Craig, Engr. 

COMMITTEES. 



Messrs 



J. Barclay, bldr. 
Jas. Paterson 
John Bonnar 
J. Craig, yarn 

merchant 
R. A. Ronald 
John Wright 
James Storie 



Assessment Committee. 
Provost MacKean, Bailies Speirs, Johnston,, Dobie ; Treasurer 
Clark ; Messrs James Barclay, Canal Bank ; James Barclay, 
builder ; Patrick Costello, James Paterson, James Craig, engmeer' 
James Craig, yarn merchant ; John Bonnar, John Lamberton! 
James Storie — Mr Costello, Convener. 

Relief Committee. 
Messrs James Barclay, Canal Bank ; Patrick Costello, William Craw 
James Paterson, John Bonnar, David Wilson, James Craig yarn 
merchant ; James Craig, engineer ; R. F. Dalziel, R. A. Ronald 
John Wright, James Storie ; Bailie Johnston — Mr Wilson' 
Convener. ' 

Poorhouse Committee. 
Messrs John Young, Wm. Craw, Wm. Coats, R. P. Dalziel, George 
Masson, James Barclay, builder ; Patrick Costello, John Lamber- 
ton, David Wilson, James Paterson, John Wright; Bailies Speirs 
Dobie ; Treasurer Clark— Mr Barclay, builder, Convener. 
Asylum Committee. 
Messrs John Young, George Masson, Wm. Coats, Wm. Craw R F 
Dalziel, James Wills, James Barclay, builder ; David Wilson* R* 
A. Ronald ; Bailie Dobie— Mr Young, Chairman- Mr Wills Vice- 
Chair man. ' 
Finance Committee. 
Messrs James Wills, John Young, David Wilson, Jamea Barclay 
builder, Patrick Costello— Mr Barclay, Convener. 



APPENDIX. 



Sections for Weekly Visitation 0/ Poorhouse and Asylum. 
The dates stated are all Mondays, but it is to be understood that the 

visitations take place on any day of the week named. 
Messrs James Wills and Barclay, Canal Bank, Con.~Feh. 27, May 

29, Aug. 28, Nov. 27, 1882. 
Mr Masson and Baihe Johnston, Con. — March 6, June 5, Sept 4 

Dec. 4, 1882. ' 

Mr Young and Treasurer Clark, Co7i.— March 13, June 12, Sept. 11, 

Dec. 11, 1882. 
Bailie Dobie and Mr Wright, Co?i.— March 20, June 19, Sept. 18, 

Dee. 18, 1882. 
Messrs Wilson and Lamberton, Con. — March 27, June 26, Sept. 25, 

Dec. 25, 1882. 
Messrs Ronald and Craig, engineer, Coti. — April 3, July 3, Oct. 2, 

Jan. 1, 1883. 
Messrs Barclay, builder, and Craig, yarn merchant, Con. — April 10, 

July 10, Oct. 9, Jan. 8, 1883. 
Messrs Coats and Paterson, Cow.— April 17, July 17, Oct. 16, Jan. 

15, 1883. 
Mr Dalziel and Bailie Speirs, Cora.— April 24, July, 24, Oct. 23, 

Jan. 22, 1883. 
Messrs Craw and Bonnar, Con. — May 1, July 31, Oct., 30, Jan. 29, 

1883. 
Mr Masson and Provost MacKean, Con May 8, Aug. 7, Nov 6 

Feb. 6, 1883. 
Messrs Wills and Costello, Con. — May 15, Aug. 14, Nov. 13, Feb 

12, 1883. 
Bailie Dobie 'and Mr Storie, Co7i. — May 22, Aug. 21, Nov. 20, 1883. 

RICCARTSBAR ASYLUM. 

Superintendent, John Thomson. 

Visiting Medical Officer, Donald Fraser, M.D. 

Resident Medical OflBcer, Jas. A. Wilson. 

Chaplain, Kev. A. Elder. 



Income Taz Commissioners 

Fo7' the Uiiper Ward of Renfrtwshire. 



Hon. Henry James Monci-ieff, 

Sheriff, and 
Hugh Cowan, Sheriff-Substitute, 

ex-officiis 
Sir Robert J. M. Napier, Bart., 

of Milliken 
Sir Archd. C. Campbell, Bart., of 

Blythswood 

Clerk — Andrew Millar, 8 Gilmour Street, Paisley. 

Surveyors — Alexander Nisbet, 97 High Street, Paisley ; John 
Brown and James Smith, 13 Queen Street, Glasgow. 



John Gordon of Aikenhead 
John M'Ewau of Glenlora 
Allan Gilmour of Eaglesham 
David Cross of Eastbank 
Henry Macdowall, yr., of Garth- 
laud 



APPENDIX. 



Paisley Infirmary. 

Year commeucing 1st April, 1882. 

HOKOEARY DIRECTOES. 

Sir Peter Coats, 'Williain Abercrombie, Esq. 

ORDINARY DIRECTORS. 

MrE. F. Dalziel, Presideut. Mr "William Russell, Vice-President. 

Mr John M'Gown, Treasurer. 



Provost MacKean 
Messrs Thomas Coats 
John P. Kerr 
H. Macfarlane 
Yvilliam Poison 
James Arthur 
Alexander Begg 
Stewart Clark 



Messrs John Ronald 

Thomas Rowat 
John Walker 
David Gilmour 
Johu Logan 
A. Millar, Jun. 
Thos. Finlator 



Francis Martin, Secretary. 

Thonaas A. Dickson, M.B., CM., House Surgeon. 

Mrs M'Kay, Matron. Rev. Acdrew Elder, Chaplain, 

QUARTERLY COMMITTEES. 



From 1st April to 1st July. 
Mr John Walker, Convener 
Provost MacKeau 
Messrs Thomas Rowat 
Thomas Finlator 

From 1st July to 1st October. 
Messrs H. Macfarlane, Convener. 
fetewart Clark 
William Poison 
Andrew Millar, Jun. 



From 1st Get. to 1st Jan., 1883. 
Messrs David Gilmaur, Convener 
William Russell 
Thomas Coats 
James Arthur 

From 1st Jan., 1883, to 1st April. 
Messrs John P. Kerr, Convener 
John Ronald 
Ales. Begg 
John Logan 



The President and Treasurer, ex officiis^ Members of each 
Quarterly Committee, 

PKOPERTY COMMITTEE. 

The President, Vice-President, I'reasurer, and Conveners of 
Quarterly Committees. 

LIBRARY COMMITTEE. 

The President, Vice-President, Treasurer, and Members 
of the Medical Board. 

MEDICAL BOARD. 



Acting Physician, Dr Richmond. 
Consulting ,, Dr Taylor. 



Acting Surgeon, Dr Donald, 
Consulting ,, Dr Graham. 



The Dispensary is open every day from 11 a.m. till 12 noon for 
advice; and from 11 a.m. till 12 noon, and from 5 till 6 p.m., for 
Dispensing Medicine. Friends of Patients admitted daily from 3 
till 4: p.m. 

Medical and Surgical Cases require Two Tickets, and are admitted 
from 8 a.ra. till 6 p.m. Accident Cases admitted at all hours with- 
out Tickets. 



10 APPENDIX, 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS A1^^S TEACHEES 



SCHOOLS UNDER THE PAISLEY SCHOOL BOARD. 



L— GRAMMAR SCHOOL AND ACADEMY. j 

Teachers. 

Rector — William Maybin, M.A. 
Classical Department — Head Master — The Rector. 

Junior Master — Mr William Taylor, M.A. 

Assistant — Mr James Fowlie, C.T. 

English Department — Head Master — The Rector. 

Junior Master — Mr William Taylor, M.A. 

Assistants— Mr James Fowlie, C.T., Mr Thos. 0. Fulton, C.T. 

Initiatory Mistress — Miss Bessie 0. Millar, C.T. 

Assistant — Miss Jessie Cowan, C.T. 
Commercial Department — Head Master — Mr David Glass, M.A. 

Assistant — Mr James M'Gow. 
French and German — Louis Barbd, B. fes L. 
Industrial Department — Miss Bessie C. Millar, C.T. 

Assistant — Miss Jessie Cowan, C.T. 
Singing— Mr Thomas C. Fulton, C.T. 
Drawing and Painting — Mr Thomas Kirkwood. 
Janitor, Drill Instructor, and Teacher of Gymnastics, &c. — Sergeant 
John Thomson. 



PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS. 

/. — Ferguslie Public School. 

To be opened 4th Sept., 1882. 

Head Master— John Taylor, C.T., M.A. 

Senior Department — Master — John Taylor, C.T., M.A. 

Assistant — James Brown, C.T. 
Junior Department — John Whiteford, C.T., M.A. 

Assistant — Alexander Rodger, C.T. 
Initiatory Department — Helen Pollock, C.T., Mistress. 

Assistant— Julia M'Andrew, C.T. 
Industrial Department — Janet Biggar, C.T., Mistress. 



11. — No7~tli Public School. 
Head Master— Mr V\'illiam Stewart, C.T. 
Senior Department — Master— William Stewart, C.T. 

Assistant— James A. Rankin, C.T., and Assistants. 
Junior Department— Master — Mr Alex. Tagg, O.T., F.E.I.S. 

Assistant— John Cullen, C.T., and Assistants. 
Initiatory Department— Mistress— Miss Annie A. Robertson, C.T. 

Assistant— Miss Mary G. Weir, C.T., and Assistants. 
IndustrialDepartment— Miss Evelyn F.M'Kenzie, C.T. , and Assistants. 
Drawing Masters— Senior Department— Mr James M. Rankin, C.T. 
,, Junior Department — Mr John Cullen, C.T. 

Janitor and Drill Instructor—Mr William Blackie. 



APPENDIX. 1 1 



///. — South Public School. 

Head Master — William Brownridge, O.T. 

Senior Department — Master — Mr William Brownridge, C.T. 

Assistant — John Pollock, O.T., and Assistants. 

Junior Department — Master — Mr George Beveridge. 

Assistant — John Noble, O.T., and Assistants. 

Initiatory Department — Mistress — Miss Anna S. Biggar. 

Assistant — Miss Jane Allan, O.T., and Assistants, 

Industrial Department — Miss Annabella Morton and Assistants. 

Drawing Masters — Senior Department — Mr John Pollock, C.T. 

' ,, Junior Department — Mr John Noble, O.T. 

Janitor and Drill Instructor— Mr John Brown. 



IV. — East Public School. 

Head Master— Andrew Ross, C.T., F.E.I. S. 

Senior Department — Master — Mr Andrew Ross, O.T., F.E.T.S. 

Assistant— Mr Hugh K. Millar, O.T., and Assistants. 

Junior Department — Master — Mr Hugh A. Tulloch, C.T. 

Assistant — Mr William Taylor, C.T., and Assistants. 

Initiatory Department — Mistress — Miss Helen Pollock, C.T. 

Assistant — Miss Julia M'Andrew, C.T., and Assistants. 

Industrial Department — Miss Agnes D. Colquhoun, C.T., and 

Assistants. 
Drawing Masters — Senior Department — Mr Hugh K. Millar. 
,, Junior Department — Mr William Taylor. 

Janitor, Drill Instructor, &c. — Sergt. Peter Branuan. 

Y.— West Public School 

Head Master— Mr John Taylor, C.T., M.A. 
Senior Department— Master— Mr John Taylor, C.T., M.A. 

Assistant — Hugh A. Brown, C.T., and Assistants. 
Junior Department — Master — Mr George Dick, C.T. 

Assistant — James Brown, O.T., and Assistants. 
Initiatory Department — Miss Janet Smith, C.T. 

Assistant — Miss Elliot Black, C.T., and Assistants. 
Industrial Department — Miss Janet Biggar, C.T., and Assistants. 
Drawing Masters — Senior Department — Mr H. A. Brown, C.T. 
,, Junior Department — Mr James Brown, C.T. 

Janitor, Drill Instructor, &c. — Mr John Hill. 



VI. — George Street Central Public School. 
Mr Archibald Pairlie, C.T., Master. 
Miss Flora C. Weir, Mistress. 
Miss Mary Millar, C.T., Assistant. 
Andrew Young, C.T., Drawing Master. 
Janitor — Mr John Peden. 



12 APPENDIX. 



VII. — Stevenson Street Public School. 

Senior Department — Mr Robert Ferguson, C.T., Master. 

Mary Allan, O.T., Assistant. 

Alex. Harper, Assistant. 
Junior Department — Miss Louisa C. Macnisb, G.T., Mistress. 

Euphemia Elder, Assistant. 

Janitor — Mr Thomas Stewart. 



VIII. — Carhrooh Street Public School.. 
Mr John 0. Niven, C.T., M.A., Master, and Assistants. 
Miss Jessie Macaulay, C.T.,and Assistants. 
Drawing Master — Mr William Ritchie, C.T. 
Janitor — Mr William Orr. 



IX. — Stow Public School. 
Miss Jane Dalziel, O.T., Mistress. 
Miss Mary Anderson, O.T., and Assistants. 
Janitress — Mrs Oraig. 

X. — Graham Institute Puhlic School. 
Mr James R. Taylor, C.T., Master. 
Miss Grace Hunter, Assistant. 
Miss Mina M'Nab, Assistant. 

Janitor — Sergt. Wm. Ganson. 

XI. — Dickson Public School. 

Miss Mary Waterson, O.T., Mistress. 
Miss Hancock, Assistant. 

Janitor — Mr Shankland. 

XII. — St. James Public School, Mossvale. 
Mr George Cockburn, O.T., Master, and Assistants. 
Miss Jeauie Ballantyne, C.T., and Assistants. 
Drawing MasterMr— G. Cockburn, C.T. 

Janitor — Mr Joseph Thomson. 

XIII. — Queen Street Public School. 

Andrew Young, C.T., Master. 

Annie S. Gray, Assistant. 

Janitress — Mrs Thomson. 

XIV.— J/rt7 «/)■«' Hall Public School 

Miss Jessie Waterston, C.T., Mistress, 

Miss Eliza Scott, O.T., Assistant. 

Janitor — Mr Samuel Lyons, 



APPENDIX. 13 



XV. — Adelphi Hall Public School. 

Mr John Whiteford, O.T,, Master, and Assistants. 

Miss Maggie Irvine, G.T., and Assistants, 

Drawing Master, Mr J. Whiteford. 

Janitress — Mris Thomson. 



XVI. — Maxwellton Public School, 

Directors. 

Thomas Coats, Esq., Chairman, and Abbey Church Session. 

Janet Miller, C. I'., Mistress, and Assistants. 

Janitor — Mr John Thomson. 



"Sy II. —ln/a?tt Training School, 11 Lawn Street 
Instituted 1835. 
Miss J. S. Airlie, C.T.. Mistress. 
Miss J. Dunsmure and Miss M. A. Gray, Assistants. 

ST. MARY'S ROMAN CATHOLIC SCHOOL, 21 Queen Street 

Miss C. Macguire, C.T., Mistress. 

Misses Ronnie, Gilligan. Lennox, and Foy, Assistants, 

Janitress — Mrs O'Brien. 



ST. MIRREN'S ROMAN CATHOLIC SCHOOL, School Wynd 

William Alty, C.T., Master. 

Miss Wynne, C.T., Miss Sandison, C.T., and G. Conway, C.T., 

Assistants. 

ST. CATHERINE'S ROMAN CATHOLIC SCHOOL, Stow Street 
_ Miss Jessie M'Donald, C.T., Head Teaoher. 
Misses M'Ewen, Connolly, and Gibson, Assistants. 
Janitress — Mrs M'Mahon. 

SI. JOHN'S ROMAN CATHOLIC SCHOOL, 4 East Buchanan 

Street. 

Miss Elizabeth Keenan, C.T., Mistress. 

C. Cairuey, P.T. 

HUTCHESON CHARITY SCHOOL, Orr Square. 

Instituted (built) 1821. 

Directors. 

The Provost, Bailies, and Treasurer of the Buro^h. One Member 

of each of the three Kirk Sessions of the Town Parishes The 

President of the Merchants' Society. The Box Master of the Old 

Weavers' Society, and the Chairman of the Paisley Parochial Board. 

John Campbell, Teacher. 

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APPENDIX. 



THE JOHN NEILSON ENDOWMENT EDUCATIONAL 
INSTITUTION, Oakshav/head. 

Opened 2d April, 1852. 
Directors. 
Sheriff Oowan, Mr Thomas Hodge, 

Mr Robert Kerr, Mr J. Neilson Gardner. 

Secretary and Treasurer — James Gardner, Writer, 
3 County Place. 
First Department — Miss Rutherford and Assistants. 
Second Department — Miss Renuie and Assistants. 
Third Department — Mr David Hamiltou, Master ; and Mr William 

Lowson, and Assistants. 
Fourth Department— Mr Alex. Murdoch, F.E.I.S., Master ; Mr 

David Dick, and Assistants. 
Fifth Department — Mr John G. Thomson, Master ; Mr John 

Woodrow, Junr., and Assistants. 
Classical and Mathematical Department — Mr William Snodgrass, 

A M., Master, and Assistants. 
French and German — Mous L. Barb^, B.L. 
Sewing, Knitting, and Domestic Economy — Miss Dickson nnd Miss 

Macausland. 
Drawing — Mr C. Hayes. 
Janitor and Teacher of Gymnastics — Sergeant George Mure. 

MISS KIBBLE'S REFORMATORY INSTITUTION. 

Gkeenock Koad. 

Opened 1st August, 1859. 

Chairman: Sheriff Cowan. 

Trustees and Manaarers. 



The Sheriff of Renfrewshire 
Th* Sheriff-Substitute at Paisley 
The Provost of Paisley 



The Minister of the First Charge 

of the Abbey Parish of Paisley 

The Minister of the High Church 

Parish of Paisley. 

AU for the time being, 

William Abercrombie | Francis Martin ) Jas, Clark 

Secretary and Treasurer, John M'lunes. 

Governor, John Grant. | Matron, Mrs Grant. 






GOVERNMENT SCHOOL OF DESIGN. 
President, Thomas Coats. Yice-Presidfut, P. Comyn Macgregor. j 
Treasurer, William Abercrombie. 
Ordinary Directors. 



Messrs Archd, Craig 
Stewart Clark 
John Ronald 
John Morgan 
Robert Brown 
Hugh H. Smiley 

Messrs Charles Haves 
William Shedde 



Messrs Archibald Coats. 

John Walker. 

Alexander FuUerton 
Provost MacKean. 
Mr John M'Gown. 
Treasurer Clark 



of 



Masters. 



Mesgra Young aud Manin, Honorary Secretaries. 



APPENDIX. 



15 



INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, Albion Stkeet. 

President, Robert Eaglesim. 

Secretaries, Young and Martin, Writers, County Buildings. 

Treasurer, William Abercrombie. 

Saperintendeutj Thomas Smiths Matron, Mrs Smith. 

Acting Committee, 



Provost MacKean 

Bailies Speirs 

Johnston 

Dobie 

MacKensie 

Treas-. Clark 

Messrs Wm. Abercrombie 
Thomas Coats 
James Arthur 
William Coats 
Stewart Clark 



Messrs Robert Ronald 
David Young 
Thomas Rowat 
William Craw 
William Russell 
John P. Kerr 
John Young 
John M'Gown 
Revs. Dr Thomson 

Andrew Henderson 
Thomas Gentles 



Rev. John Croiach. 



Tlie Duncan Wnght Endowment. 

Trustees {Officiis) 



H. Cowan, Esq., Sheriff-Substitute 
Provost MacKean 
Bailie Speirs 

Johnston 

MacKenzie 

Dobie 
Treas. Clark 
David Young 



Andrew Millar, Esq. 
Minister First Charge Abbey- 
Parish 
Minister Second Charge Abbey 

Parish 
Revs. A. M. Lang 

John Thomson, D.D. 
John Porteous. 



Es-Bailio Young, Boxmaster, Old Weavers' Society. 
James H. Dunn, Convener, Merchants' Society. 

Life Trustees. 
Hugh Wright, Esq., of Alticry. 
Hugh Macfarlane, banker. 
William Graham, Esq., of Lambhill, 
Wm. Poison, starch manufacturer, Paisley. 
A. M. RosSj Town Chamberlain, Treasurer and Clerk. 



Thomas Coats 
D. S. Semple 
Wni. Abercrombie 
Thomas Rowat 



Paisley Cemetery Company- 
instituted 1845. 

Board of Management. 
John M'Gown, Governor. 

DIRECTORS, 
j Archd. Craig 
I James Caldwell 
George Masson 



Wm. M'Kechnie 
John R. Gardner 
John Fullerton 
James Lang 



Secretaries and Treasurers, Young & Martin. 
Superintendent, John Murray. 



iPPENDIX. 



READING ROOMS. 



Paisley Coffee Room, lO"? Higli Street, Cross. 

COMMITTEE OF PROPUiETOK8. 

P. Comj'D Macgregor, OuDvener. James Caldwell, Treasurer. 

John Bartleuiore, Secretary, County Buildings. 

DIRECTORS. 



Messrs William M'Kechnie 

Thomas Rowat 
William Abercrombie 
William Reid, jun. 
William White Gardner 
John N. Gardner 
James Clark 

COMMITTEE OF LESSEES, 

Geoige Hart, Chairman. 

Thomas Graham, Treasurer. Johu Bartlemore, Secretary. 



Messrs William Eowat 
John Bartlemore 
Eobert Clark 
Francis Martin 
John Baird 
James Mouteitb 



Messrs Eobert Brown 

James M'Naughton 
John Fiillerton 
Stewart Clark 
Alexander Begg 
William Russell 
P. Comyu Macgregor 



Messrs James Caldwell 
Jt>hn Walker 
Archibald C. Holms 
James H. Dunn 
Johu Logan 
Archibald Craig 
Walter King 



James Lamb, Keeper. 
Open from 8 a.m. till 10 p.m. 



"West-End Reading: Room 

Instituted Ist Feb.. 1850. 

84 Broomlands. 

John Robertson, President. John Gordon, Treasurer^ 

Aged and Infirm Free. 

Members of Committee — Messrs Matthew Rodger, John Eeid, Willian 

Forrester, John Kirk. 

David Brown, Keeper, 84 Broomlands. 

Fire Brigade. 

Arthur M'Naughtau, superintendent, 4 Moss Street, 

Alexander Thomson, engineer, 3 Moss Street. 

William Smith, stoker, 6 Moss Street. 

Hugh Fraser, branchmau, 10 Moss Street. 

Andrew Stevenson, do., 2 School Wynd. 

George Lawson, do,, 60 Storie Street. 

Charles Duncan, fireman, 23 High Street. 



William Forsyth, 
John Fleming, 
Noble Campbell, 
James Graham, 
Alex. Crawford, 
James Donaghy, 



do., 26 High Street. 

do., 12 School Wvud. 

do., 29 Cotton Street. 

do., 28 Storie Street. 

do., 2 School Wvrd. 

do., 89 Bigh Street. 



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APPENDIX. 



17 



Justices of tlie Feaco- 

Paisley Distkict. 



Alexander, Claud, of Ballochmyle 
Arthur, James, of Barshaw 
Abercrotnbie, William, banker 
Baird, John, Netherhill 
Barclay, James, Canal Bank 
Bell, William, Renfrew 
Brough, Peter, Oaksbawhead 
Brown, Hugh, Egypt Park 
Brown, John, Causeyside 
Brown, Robert, Underwood Park 
Cattanach, Alex., Aucheutorlie 
Clark, John, Gateside 
Clark, Stewart, Kilnside 
Coats, James, yr., of Woodside 
Coats, Sir Peter, of Auchendrane 
Coats, Thomas, of Ferguslie 
Craig, Archibald, of Gateside 
Fleming, Andrew, Fulwood 
Glen, Thomas, Thornhill 
Guilleaume,Peter, banker. Paisley 



Holms, Archibald C.,of Sandy ford 
Hutcheson, John, Garthland Place 
Macfarlane, Hugh, banker, 

Gilmour Street 
MacKean, William, merchant 
MacKean, James Anderson, Cal- 

side 
Macgregor, Patrick Comyn, of 

Brediland 
M-Gown, John, banker. Paisley 
M'Faiiane, Graham, Beltrees 
Millar, Andrew, Dean of Faculty 

of Procurators 
Millar, James 
Morgan John, Greenock 
PoUuck, Alex. Russell, Greenhill 
Poison, Wm., starch manufacture^ 
Russell, William, High Street 
Wilson, George, West Hurlet 
Wotherspoon, Wra., Maxwellton 



Hamilton, George, of Blaokland 

Sheriff-Depute and Sheriff-Substitutes of Renfrewshire, and the 
Provost and Magistrates of Paisley, for the time being, 



G-lasgow and Paisley Joint Line, 

County Place. 

Manager and Secretary, James Hay. 

Goods Superintendent, William Auchterlonie. 

Stationmaster, Stewart M'Cowatt. 

Cowan & Co., carting agents. 



G-lasgow & Soutli-'Westgrn Hallway. 

General Manager, W.J. Wainwright. Secretary, John Morton. 

Goods Manager, D. Dickie. 

Goods Superintendent at Paisley, William Auchterlonie 

Stationmaster, Stewart M'Cowatt. 

Cowan & Co., carting agents. 



Caledonian Bail'\;7a7, 

Chairman, J. C. Bolton. 

General Manager, James Thompson. 

Genez'al Goods Manager, Archd. Hillhouse. 

Secretary, Archd. Gibson. 

Goods Superintendent at Paisley, William Auchterlonie. 

Stationmaster, Stewart M'Cowatt. 

Caledonian Company, carting agents. 

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APPENDIX. 



SECOND RENFREWSHIRE RIFLE VOLUNTEERS. 

Ranlc and Name of Ofliceis of the above RegimenL 



Rank. 



Lieut.-Col. 
Major. 

)) 
Captain. 



Name. 



Lieut. 



Adjutant. 
Surgeon. 

55 

Act.-Ast.-Sur 

55 

Chaplain. 



William Carlile 
Andrew Millar 
Thomas Glen Coats. 
James E. Wood 
Alexander Millar 
Adam Boyd 
W. P. Fullerton' 
Robert Rowaud 
William Shanks 
Thorn us M'Cunn 
William Loudon 
Alexander Grant 
Robert Stephen Milne 
H. J. Macdowall 
James M'Dowall 
J. M-Lean 
J. H. Young 
Alexander M'Cloy 
J. H. Abercrombie 
T. G. Abercrombie 
Major H. Gipps 
James T. Donald 
Hugh S. CoUigan 
W. G. Stevens 
Matthew H. Taylor 
Robert Stephen 



COMPYS. 



Stations. 



Staff 



G 
D 
F 
A 
H 
C 
B 
G 
F 
G 
B 
F 
H 
B 
C 
B 
D 
Staff 



Paisley 



Renfrew 
Paisley 
How wood 

Paisley 

57 

Johnstone 

Paisley 

Renfrew 

Kilbarchan 

Renfrew 

Paisley 

55 

Howwood 
Paisley 

55 

Juhnstsne 
Paisley 



Renfrew 

Johnstone 

Renfrew 



Burgli Of&cers. 

John Harkness, 14 High Street. 

Alexander Macpherson, 9 Churchbill. 

John Harkress, Town Drummer and Town Crier, 14 High Street 

Landeemer's Day. 2d Tuesday in June, for Perambulating 

Burgh Marches, 

Sheriff OfEcers. 

Ales. M'Mecknie, 4 Moss Street, also Messenger-at-Arms. 



John Harkness, 14 High Street 
Alex. Macpherson, 9 Churchhill 
C, H. Johnston, 1 High Street 



William Bullock, 4 Moss Street 
James M'Intyre, 4 Moss Street 
Ales. M'Gregor, Storie Street 



Eefist]?ar of Eirtlis, Marriages, and Deatlis- 

Distnot of Paisley — Hugh Allison, Registrar, Terrace Buildings. 



APPENDIX J y 

Alslsey Parochial Board. 

LIST OF COMMITTEES. 
Robert Cochran, Esq., Chairman of the Board. 

GENERAL AND HOrSE COMMITTEES. 

Robert Cochran, Esq. , Chairman of General Committee. 
John Salmon, Esq., Vice-Chairman do. 

James Weir, Esq , Chairman of House Committee. 
David Kobertson, Esq., Vice-Chairman do., 

and ex-officiis Members of all the Committees. 

Messrs J. F. Donald, John B. Stirling, John Salmon, John Love, 
John Sharp, James Heuston, William Guy, William Forrest, Graham 
M'Farlane, Alexander Lang, David Robertson, James Myles, John 
Wilson, James Wilson, William Hill, John Dunlop, Archibald 
Renfrew, John Thom, Isaac Kirkw^ood, James Drybrough, Duncan 
Ferguson, James Anderson, Matthew Blair, James Clark, Henry 
Noble, James A. MacKean, John Poison, William Poison, John 
Tweedale, John A. Brown, John Wilson, Robert Macfarlane, James 
Winning, Alexander Knox, James Weir, Robert Cochran. 
Seven a quorum. 

COMMITTEES. 

Appointed by House Committee. 
Purchasing Committee — Messrs Robert Macfarlane, Matthew Blair 
David Robertson, James Weir, James A. MacKean, Alexander Knox 
John Wilson — Mr Matthew Blair, Convener. Repair Committee — 
Messrs James Drybrough, John Sharp, Henry Noble, James A. Mac- 
Kean, John Love, Isaac Kirk wood, William Forrest, John Poison, 
William Hill — James A. MacKean, Convener. Labour Committee — 
Messrs John Sharp, Alexander Lang, William Guy, John Thom, John 
Salmon, J. F. Donald, John Wilson — Mr John Thom, Convener. 

RELIEF COMMITTEE. 

For taking charge of all matters regarding the administration of 
Relief to Paupsrs and the Education of Pauper Children, and 
advising with the Inspector thereanent. 

Messrs Isaac Kirkwood, James Winning, James Weir, James 
Hsuston, William Guy, John Dunlop, James Anderson, Archibald 
Renfrew, Matthew Blair, John Wilson, William Hill, David Robert- 
son, James Drybrough, Robert Macfarlane, James A. MacKean 
Alexander Knox, Henry Noble, Alexander Lang, John Thom 
Robert Cochran, John Tweedale — Mr James Winning, Convener. 
Five a quorum. 

ASSESSMENT, FINANCE, AND LAW COMMITTEE. 

For disposing of all appeals against Assessment, and taking charo-© 
of all matters of Finance and que&tious of Law. 
Messrs James Myles, R. Macfarlane, James Clark, James Winning, 
William Poison, John Wilson, J. F. Donald, Duncan Ferguson, J.' 



20 APPENDIX. 

A. Brown, David RobeitsoD, James Weir, J. B. Stirling, Archibald 
Renfrew, John Thorn, James Wilson, Graham M'Farlane, John 
Poison, James A. MacKean — Mr James Wilson, Convener. 
Three a quorum. 

SANITARY COMMITTEE. 

Appointed under " Public Health (Scotland) Act, 1867." 
Messrs James Myles, David Robertson, John Salmon, James 

Wilson, John Wilson, Alexander Lang, John Brown, John Poison, 

John Dunlop, Archibald Renfrew, John Thorn, James Drybrough — 

Mr Robert Cochran, Cancener. 

Three a quorum. 

Statutory and Special Meetings of the Parochial Board are held 
in February and August, for revising and adjusting the Roll of 
Poor; in January, for appointing Committees, and electing 
Chairman ; and in June, for imposing Assessment. 

LIST OF OFFICIALS. 

OUT-DOOR DEPARTMENT — OFFICE, 6 GAUZE STREET. 

J. M. Campbell, Inspector. William Jack, Assistant-Inspector. 

William Campbell, Clerk. Finlay Kerr, OflBce Boy. 

W. L. Conder, Collector. John C. Goudie, Assistant. 

IN-DOOR DEPARTMENT — POORHOUSE AND ASYLUM. 

David Miller, Governor. Mrs Janet Gray, Matron. 

John Mitchell, Governor's Clerk. Janet Currie, Laundress. 

Jane Laing, Cook. John Cuthbertson, Chaplain. 

Elizabeth Johnstone, Hospital Nurse. John Gardner, Gardener. 

George Orr, Baker and Precentor. 
Thomas Houston, Shoemaker, John Douglas, Jobbing Tradesman. 

ASYLUM ATTENDANTS. 

John Smith, Head Male Attendant. 

Fred. W^. Pitts and Cunningham M'Knight, Ordinary Attendants. 

Mrs Sutherland, Head Female Attendant. 

Catherine Robertson and Eliza Clugston, Ordinary Attendants. 

Dr Graham, 3 Garthland Place, House Surgeon, 

Dr Hunter, 31 St. James Street, Substitute. 

James Wilson, Porter, 

William Robb, Union Bank, Auditor. 

MEDICAL STAFF. 

James Hutchison, Surgeon, 23 Causeyside, visits all south of 
Stevenson Street and Espedair, and west of Castle Street, includ- 
ing Inkerman. 

Dr Whitehead, Substitute, 134 Gauze Street. 
James T. Donald, M.D., M.R.C.S.E., 5 Gauze Street, visits north of 
Stevenson Street, east of Castle Street, and Newtown. 
Dr Colligan, Substitute. 
Out-door Paupers resident within Paisley are supplied with Medi- 
cines at the Shop of Robert Barr, 8 High Street. 
James Wilson, M.D., Surgeon, Q& High Street, Johnstone, has tho 
Johnstone portion of the Parish, including Elderslie, and supplies 
Medicines to Paupers there. 



APPENDIX. 21 



Dr Tayloi-, Substitute, 
Kobert Corbett, M.D., Barrhead, has that portion of the Parish 
under his charge, including Hnrlet and Nitshill, and supplies 
Medicines to Paupers resident therein. 

Dr Wm. Kidstou Law, Barrhead, Substitute, 
Alexander Watson, Main Street, Barrhead ^ Registrar, Barrhead and 

Leveru District. 
W. G.Fleming, 12 Walkinshaw Street, Jolmstone, Interim Registrar, 

Johnstone and Elderslie Distinct. 

Thomas Donald, 103 High Street, Paisley, Sanitary Inspector 

(Abbey Local Authority), 

EenfreweMre Militia- 

Honorary Colonel — Sir K. J. M. Napier, Bart, 

Sir A. C. Campbell, Bart., of Blythswood, Lieut.-Culouel, 

Commandant, 

Hon. Lieut, Colonel — W. CMuningbame. Major — A, Boyd, 

Captains. 



W. H. Maxwell 
Henry Macdovvall 
A. C. D. Dick 
M, H, S. Stewart 



Honorary-Major H. B. Dunlop 
Honorary-Major R, Anderson 
M. D. Campbell 
G. L. Houstoun 

Lieutenants — A. J. Blackett-Ord, A. C. Shaw Stewart, W. E, 
Shaw Stewart, H. E. Wallace, B. J. Alexander, 
W. G. Peareth. 
Sub-Lieutenants — D. C. Guthrie, F. M. A. Murray Honey, 
H. W. Stitwell, C. H. Feuwick. 
Captain and Adjutant — H, Gordon, Fallow field, 
Surgeon-Major — Thomas Graham, M.D. 
Quarter-Master — Alexander Barr. 
Quarter-Master Sergeant — Thomas Scott. 
Colour-Sergeant — George Anderson. 
Sergeant Instructor of Musketry — Peter Brannan, 
Staff Barracks — Williamsburgh. 

SheriS Small Debt Court, and Court under Certain 
Delat Hecovery Act, 186*7. 

Court Hall, County Buildings. 

Held every Thursday at Eleven o'clock during Session, 

Joseph M'Leod Lochhead, sheriff-clerk, 

William Brown, depute-clerk, 

Alexander M'Kecknie, bar officer. 

Burgli and Police Courts- 

A Police Court is held m the forenoon of every lawful day, in the 
Convene Room, at Ten o'Clock, and a Burgh Court is held when 
necessary. 

Thomas Walker, clerk to the Police Court. 

David Young and Francis Martin, clerks to the Burgh Court. 

George Hart, Fiscal. 



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Appendix. 



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James Murray 
James Adams 
Mrs Robertson 
Thomas Gibb 
James M'Ghee 
A. Tannahill 
William Bryce 
James Osborne 

Alex. Robertson 


P. Thomson 

D. Livingstone 
James Lang 
George Macfarlane 
John M'Kinlay 
Peter Pulton 
David Currie 


John Begg 
John Muir 
R. Robertson, jun. 
Joseph A. Falconer 
James Crawford 
James Dalziel 


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J. Barrat, organist 

R. Hill & A. M'Call 

George Dick 

J. Waddell 
J. R. Praser, organist 

William Muir 

J. Bryce 
Miss Thomson, orgnst 

John Watson 


Donald Gillespie 
Peter M 'Master 
Richd, P.. M 'Gibbon 
T. Stevenson 
Vacant 

Robert Greenlees 
John Whitetbrd 
James Donald (vol.) 


Wm. Murray (vol.) 
J. Wilis & J. Badie 
Matthew Holmes 
Alex. Millar 
Thos Russell (vol.) 
R. M. Paterson 


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T. Gentles, 1st charge 
J. B.Da!gety,2d„ 
D. M'Kay 
A. M.. Lang 
W. Low, B.D. 
VV. Park 

Frederick C Niven 
Alex. Fyfe Burns 

W. Metcalfe 


Mr M'Neil 

J. B. Sturrock 

William M'Indoe 

Vacant 

John Thomson, D.D. 

John Paterson 

George Clazy 


Andrew Henderson 
Geo. C. Button, D.D. 
Andrew Elder 
John Porteous 
James Brown, D.D. 
Andrew G. Fleming 


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Abbey Close 

Oakshaw Street 
Churc'nhill 
Broomlands 
Churchhill 
Love Street 
George Street 

Neilston Street 


Shuttle Street 

Orr Square 
77 Broomlands 
School Wynd 
36 New Street 
75 Causeyside 
93 Oakshaw Street 


16 Abbey Close 
12 Canal Street 
21 George Street 
50 Oakshaw Street 
6 & 7 St. James St. 
9 Thread Street 


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St. Columba (Gaelic) 
High Church 
Martyrs' Church 
Middle Church 
North Church 
St. George's Church 

South Church 


Gaelic Church 

High Church' 
Martyrs' Church 
Middle Church 
St. George's Church 
South Church 
Oakshaw Street 


Abbey Close 
Canal Street 
George Street 
Oakshaw Street 
St. James Street 
Thread Street 


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APPENDIX, 



Faculty of Procurators. 

Incorporated by Royal Charter, 24th June, 1803. 

Dean — Andrew Millar. | Treasurer— John M'Innes. 

Couucillors. 

Jaiues H. Dunn. | George Hart. | Robert Russell. 

Clerk — John Bartlcmore. 

Auditors of Treasurer's Accouats — The Dean and Councillors. 

Auditor of Procurators' Accounts — David Young. 

Curators of Library— Thonaas MacRobert, John N. Gardner, James 

Millar. 
Officer — Alexander M'Kechuie. 

MEMBEKS. 

Bartlemore, John, Paisley... 1853 Millar, James, Paisley ... 1872 



Jrowulie, Ai'chd., Barrhead 1856 

Brown, David, Edinburgh.. 1873 

Caldwell, James, Paisley... 18-19 
Campbell, John, Pollokshaws 1870 

Campbell, Thomas, Paisley 1843 

Cochran.Alexander, Paisley 1873 

Duun, James H., Paisley... 1861 
Ferguson, Alex. Robertson, 

Neilstou 1865 

Gardner, J. Neilson, Paisley 1864 

Hart, George, Paisley, ... 1861 

Hohnes, John, Johnstone... 1849 

Holmes, Walter, Johnstone 1862 
Lochhead, Joseph M'Leod, 

Paisley ... 1873 

Martin, Francis, Paisley ... 1866 

Millar, Andrew, Paisley ... 1818 



Al'Farlane, Graham,' Bell- 
trees 1831 

M'Innes, John, Paisley ... 1841 

M'Lean, Wm., Glasgow ... 1824 

MacRobert, Thos., Paisley l8o8 

Reid, William, Paisley ... 1829 

Reid, William, jun., Paisley 1870 

Reid, William, Johustone... 1872 

Russell, Robert, Paisley ... 1866 

Semple, Alexander, Paisley 1872 

Semple.David Smith, Paisley 1872 

Templetou, James, 1872 

Walker, Thomas, Paisley... 1853 

VYatsou, Joseph, Barrhead... 1870 

Young, David, Paisley ... 1861 



Benfrewsliire Prison Officials and Visiting 
Committees. 

May and November— Bailie Speirs, Paisley, and Mr Alexander Crum 

M.P., Thornliebank. 
June and December — Sheriff Cowan and Bailie Johnston, Paisley. 
July and January — Mr A. C. Holms and Bailie Dobie, Paisley. 
August and February — Mr H. B. Duulop and Bailie Mackenzie. 
September and March — Provost MacKean, Paisley, and Mr John 

Poison, Paisley. 
October and April — Provost Brown, Renfrew, and Mr Duncan 
Watson, Pollokshaws, 

Paisley Prison. 

Governor, Robert Bird. Chaplain, Rev. John Fleming, M.A. 

Surgeon, Thos. Graham, JM.D. 

Head Warder, John Kelly Matron, Helen Thomson. 

Storekeeper. Alexander M'Rae. 

Greenock Prison. 

Governor, Wm. Clark. Chaplaiu, Rev. J. Robertson, M.A. 

Surgeon, Samuel Shortridge, M.D. 



APPENDIX. 



25 



Paisley Free Lilarary and Huseum. 

Committee of Management. 



Provost MaeKean, convener 
Treasurer Clark, sub-convener 
Bailies Speirs 

Johnston 
Dobie 
Mackenzie 
Massrs John Lamberton 
Robert Eaglesini 
John M'Gown 
Eobert Cochran 

Three a quorum 

Sub-Committees. 
Library. 
Rev. James Brown, D.D., Convener 
Mr John Fulk-rtou, Sub. do. 
Bailies Johnston 
Mackenzie 

Museum. 
Mr George Massoa, Convener 
Mr James Hay, Sub. do. 
Bailies Speirs 
Dobie 
Treas. Clark 



Messrs George Massou 
John Fullertoa 
James Hay 
William Russell 
Sir Peter Coats 
Rev. James Bi-own 
Sheriff Cowan 
Messrs George S. Veitch 
Robert Brewn 
George R. Hislop 



Messrs Robert Eaglesim 

Robert Brown, D.D. 
George S. Veitch 
John M'Gown 

Sheriff Cowan 

Messrs John Lamberton 
Robert Cochran 
George E. Hislop 



Propertij. 

Messrs John Fullerton, con. j Messrs George Masson 

John M'Gown | William Russell 

The Provost and Sir Peter Coats to be members of each 

Sub-Committee. 

Lecture Hall Committee. 

The Provost and Magistrates. 

Curator, Mr Morris Young, 

Assistant-Curator, ... ... Mr John Renfrew. 

Janitor, Mr Thomas Russell. 

Young & Martin, Clerks. 



Session Clerks* 

High Parish — J. Gray Thomson, Strattonville, Meikleriggs. 
Middle Parish — William Peatiie, Waterloo Place, 2 Gilmour Street. 
Low Parish (St. George's) — James Hay, lO High Street. 
Abbey Parish — Eobert Muir (Interim). Lawn Street. 
North Parish— Eobt. Benuet, 2 Glebe Street, 
South Parish — Robt. Watson, 66 Causeyside. 
Martyrs' Parish — Wm. Robertson ,2 Queen Street. 
St. Columba Parish — John M'Kay, 32 Gauze Street. 

C 



26 APPENDIX. 



Renfrewshire Police- 
Head Quarters — 3 Couuty Place. 
Chief Constable — Robert Hunter, Paisley. 
Paisley District — Superintendent— John Gildavvie, Paisley; Offica 
Sergeant — John Fraser. Stations — Inchinnan, *Paisley, 
Yoker, Scotstoun, and Halfway-house. 
Kilbarehau Pistrict— Inspector — Wm . Macrae, Kilbarchan^ Stations 
— Bishoptou, Crosslie, Elderslie, Kilbarchau, *Linwood, 
Lochwinnoch, Howwood, and Bridge-of-Weir. 
Barrhead District— Inspector— Charles Bremner, Barrhead. Stations 
— Barrhead, Nitshill, Neilstou, Nethercraigs, and Uplawmoor. 
Crosshill District— Inspector-Duncan M'Diarmid, Strathbungo. 
Stations— ^Crossbill, Mount Florida, Poloiadie, Strathbung©, 
and Pollokshields. 
PdUokshaws District— Inspector — Robert Russell, Pollokshaws. 
Stations— Busby by Glasgow, Cathcart, Eaglesham, Pollok- 
shaws, Thoruliebank, Crossmloof, Langside, and Newten- 
Mearns. 
Kinning Park District— Inspector — Robert Gordon, Kinning: Park 
Greenock District — Inspecior— John Angus Greenock. Stations — 
*Gourock, *Greeuock, Inverkip, Langbank, and Kilmalcolm. 
Those marked (*) are Sergeants' Stations. 
The force is composed of the Chief Constable, 1 Superintendent, 6 
■ Inspectors, 1 Detective, 10 Sergeants, 67 ConKtables— 86. 



RENFREWSHIRE AGRICULTURAL CATTLE ASSURANCE 

ASSOCIATION. 

Instituted 1848. 

President, Alexander Crum, M.P. 

Vice-President, Patrick Ccmyu Macgregor, Esq., of Brediland. 

Yeterinary Surgeon and Inspector of Stock, Alexander Pottie. 

Tr«asurers and Secretaries, Messrs Young & Martin, writers, 

County Buildings, Paisley. 



PAISLEY LIBERAL CLUB. 

General Comaaittee. 

John Millar, President. 

T. J. Melvin and John M'Callnm, Vice-PreBidents. 

Robert C. Begg, Trensurer. 
James A. Young and WilHam Wclker. Secretaries. 



John Millar 
Andrew Foulds 
Joseph Culbert 
John Paton 
Robert Macfee 
Finlay M'Lean 



Jfimes Anderson 
James Earr 
William Graham 
James Donald 
Geon;'^ Knox 
Peter M'Kinlay 



Club House, 11 Forbes Place. 



APPENDIX 



27 



PAISLEY LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. 

Hon. Presidents, Provost MacKean, Thomas Coats, Stewart Clark, 

John Poison, and James Arthur. 

Pi'esideut, John Brown, Thrushoraig. 

Vice-Presidents, ex-Bailie Biglesim, ex-Biilie M'Gown, es-Bailia 

Russell, ex-Bailie Cochran, and Treasurer Clark. 

Treasurer, Angus Keay. Secretary, Mr John Adam. 

Executive Committee. 



Thomas Bates 
John Clark 
Robert Cochran, jun. 
James Cook 
Joseph Culbert 
William Elder 
John Glassford 
James Hatchard 
Wm. Lang 
John Lochhead 
W. A. Lochhead 
John Millar 
J. S. Mitchell 
George Mortimer 
John Murray 
Ex-Bailie M'Gee 
Win. M. MacKean 
A. B. M'Gown 
A. M 'Alpine 
James M'Kellar 
Daniel M'Kellar 



John M'Callum 
John Orchardson 
Robert Paton 
Thomas Reid 
John Robertson 
Wm. Rollings 
James Weir 
James Wills 
David Wilson 
John Woodrow 
Hugh Glover 
John Erskine 
Thomas Nairn 
Joseph Black 
R. Taylor 
R. Hutchesoa 
H. Harper 
R. Bain 
A. D. Gibb 
John Galbraith 
Alex. Knox 



Inspectors of Weiglits and Measiares. 

Paisley District — Robert Hunter and John Gildawie. 
Pollokshaws District — Robert Hunter and Robert Russell. 
Greenock District — Robert Hunter and John Angus. 
Burgh of Paisley — Andi-ew Fisher, 81 New Sneddon. 



Commissary Coxirt. 

Held every Thursday at Eleven o'Clock, Forenoon. 

The Honourable Henry James Moncrieff, commissary. 

Hugh Cowan, commissary-depute. 

John Bartlemore, commissary clerk — office. County BuildingBo 



Justice of Peace ConstaMes. 



Paisley. 

John Harkness, \A High Street. 

Alex. M'Kechuie 4 Moss Street. 

ames M'Intyre, 4 Moss Street. 



Johnstone. 



William Steel. 



APPENDIX. 



SOCIETIES, &c. 

Heli^ious Societies. 

PAISLEY YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. 

The objects of the Association are — 
1st, The formation and maintenance of Branches meeting on Sabbath 

Morning for Prayer and Religious Improvement. 
2d, The Instituting of Classes for Literary and Educational purposes. 
Sd, The carrying on of Mission Work. 

The different Branches meet in the following places on Sabbath 
Mornings at Ten o'Clock : — 
Free Martyrs' Branch, in Free Martyrs' Church Hall. 
Causeyside Branch, in Good Templar Lesser Hall. 
Free South Branch, in the Free South Church Hall. 
St. George's Branch, in the Presbytery House. 
Free High Branch, in the Free High Church Hall. 
Moss Straet Branch, in M'Nicol's Hall, Moss Street. 
Canal Street Branch, in Canal Street U.P. Church Hall. 
St. James Street Branch, in St. James Street U.P. Church Hall. 
Abbey Branch, in Abbey Church Hall. 
Office-Bearers. 
Honorary President — J. M. M'Callum, Esq. 
Honorary Vice-Presidents — ■ 



James Clark, Esq. 
Francis Martin, Esq. 
Wm. Piukerton, Esq. 



Sir Peter Coats 
Sheriff Cowan 
Thomas Coats, Esq. 
Stewart Clark, Esq. 

And all Ministers of Christian Denominations. 

President — Mr John Harvey, 10 Stevenson Street. 

Viee-Presideuts — Messrs Samuel Dougall and James R. Taylor, 

Recording Secretary — Mr Wra. Crawford. 

Corresponding Secretary — Mr Robert H. Murray, 29 Wellmeadow. 

Treasurer — Mr George Knox. Librarian — Mr David Buchanan. 

Conveners of Committees. 

Lecture — Mr John W, Farr. 

Educational — Mr James R. Taylor. 

Branch Extension and Visiting — Mr Wm. Hill. 

Mission and Temperance — Mr John D. Harvey. 

Finance — Mr George Knox. 

MARTYRS' PARISH CHILDRENS CHURCH. 

CARBEOOK STREET SCHOOL. 

Established 1875. 

OFFICE-BEARERS. 

Honorary President, John D. Harvey. 

President, William Bissland. 

Vice-President, Archibald Halden. 

Secretary and Treasurer, William Meikle. 

Committee, Robert White, D. A. Glen, and James Whiteford 



APPENDIX. 29 



MARTYRS' PARISH SABBATH SCHOOL ASSOCIATION. 

President, Eev. William Low, M.A., B.D. 

Superintendents. 

Church School, Vacant. 

Carbrook Street School, James Dunsmore. 

Secretaries and Treasurers — James and Duffald Ferguson. 



MARTYRS' PARISH MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT AND 

SABBATH MORNING ASSOCIATION. 

Established 1873. 

OFFICE-BEARERS. 

Honorary President, Rev. William Low, M.A., B.D. 

President, John Robertson. Vice-President, John Bissland. 

Secretar/, Robert White. Treasurer, Dugald Ferguson. 

Committee, James Wright, Alexander Stewart, and Wm. Currie. 



PAISLEY AUXILIARY TO THE NATIONAL BIBLE SOCIETY 

OF SCOTLAND. 

Instituted 1856. 

President, Mr Thomas Coats. 

Vice-Prasidents, Mr Hugh Macfarlaue, Mr John M'Innes, and 

Provost MacKean. 

Treasurer, Mr Francis Martin. Secretary, Rev. G. C. Hutton, D.D 

Representative at Western Committee, Mr J. M. Symington, 

Depot of Auxiliary, 3 Moss Street. 



THE PAISLEY LADIES' SANITARY ASSOCIATION. 
In Connection ivith the Ln.dies' Sanitary Association in London 
Office-bearers. 
President, Mrs Thomas Coats, Ferguslie. 
Vice-Presideut. Mrs James Arthur, Barshaw. 
. Treasurer, Mrs Dalziel, Wester Carriagehill. 
Committee. 



Mra Robertson, Castlehead ' 

Brown, Underwood Park 
HuttOD, Mouut Pleasant 
Poison, Castlehead 
Richmond, New Street 
Taylor, St. James Place 
YouDg, Castlehead 
Macfarlaue, Gilmour Street 
Caldwell, 56 High Street 

Miss Macgregoi 

Sick Fund Committee. 
Mrs Hutton, Mount Pleasant j Mrs Macalpine, Castlehead 
Mrs Dalziel, Wester Carriagehill. 
Nurse Committee. 



Miss Mviir, Castlehead 

Mrs Wm. Coats, jun., Castlehead 

Allan Coats, Castlehead 

James Millar, High Street 

MacKean, Garthland Place 

Barr, Castlehead 

Barclay, Gateside 

Flett, Calside 

Clark, Kilnside House 
Lonend House 



Mrs Clark, Kilnside House 
Mrs MaeKean, Garthland Place 



Mrs A. Coats, Castlehead 

Mrs Dalziel, Wester Carriagehill 



Mrs Caldwell, 56 High Street. 
Cenvener and Treasurer — Mrs Clark. 
c2 



30 



APPENDIX. 



SOUTH PAEISH SABBATH SCHOOL ASSOCIATION. 

CHURCH SCHOOL. 

Superintendent, A. Murdoch, George Street. 

Treasurer, Tbos. S. O'May, 23 Calside. 

Secretary, A. Harper, 6 Smith Street. Librarian, James Maxwell. 

Officer, Alexander Robertson. 



PAISLEY SABBATH SCHOOL UNION. 

OfficQ-B«arers for 1882-83. 

Prssident, Mr Allan Coals. 

Vice-Presidents, Messrs D. C. Pollock and Ales. Gardner. 

Treasurer, Mr Thos. Muir. 

Secretaries, Messrs Thos. F. Reid, 48 Causeyside, and 

John Glover, 2 Inkle Street. 

Directoi-s. 

Messrs J. M. Symington 



Meesrs John M'Dougal 
A. Craig Muir 
Wm. Drennau 
Wm. Abercrombie 
J. D. Harvey 
James Patterson 
D. C. Pollock 
Chas. Davidson 
Archd. Hogg 
John Lymburn 



]an. 



James Robertson 
Thomas Cochran 
Wm. M'Ausland 
Hamilton Crawford 
Archd. Macalpine 
James Robertson 
Hugh Harper 
John S. Allan 
James Parlane 



Sabbath School Societies. 
George Street ( Free — Middle 



Baptist 

„ Srorie Street 

■„ Victoria Place 

Congregational 
Established — Abbey 
High 
„ Martyrs' 

„ Middle 

,, North 

„ South 

„ St George's 

Free — High 
„ Martyrs' 



„ Oakshaw (R.P.) 

,, South 

„ St George's 

U.P.— Abbey Close 
„ Canal Street 
„ George Street 
,, Moss vale 
,, Oakshaw Street 
,, James Street 
„ Thread Street 

Wallneuk Mission 



THE SCOTTISH 
REPEAL OF 



NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE 
THE CONTAGIOUS DISEASES ACTS. 
Paislet Bkanch. 
John M'Kay, 1 Argyle Street, Convener, with 21 of a General 
Committee. 



PAISLEY SOCIETY FOR THE RECLAMATION OF FALLEN 

WOMEN. 

President, Sir Peter Coats. Vice-President, Robert Kerr. 

Treasurer, Robert Bird. Secretary, Geo. W. Macalpine. 

Miss Croket, matron, with an Acting Committee of Eighteen Members. 



APPENDIX. 



31 



PAISLEY LADIES' ASSOGIATION FOR PROMOTING 

FEMALE EDUOATION IN INDIA. 

la particular for the Support of the Ambrolie School, Bombay, 

Office-Bearers for 1882. 

Mrs Arthur, President. Mrs John Barclay, Treasurer. 

Mrs Hamiltou, Secretary. 

Committee. 



Mrs Paton 
Huuter 

Coats, Ferguslie 
T. Greeulees 
MacKeau 
Dalziel 

W. Muir MacKean 
Boag 

D. Richmond 
Lockhart 
Sturrock 
Pe«ck 



Mrs M'Indoe 
Glazy 
Patersou 
Clark, Chapel 
Stewart, Greenhlll 
A.Coats.W.iodside 
P.Kerr ,Galiowhiil 
Smiley 
S. Clark 

Miss Eon aid 
Bell 
0. Muir 



Miss Greenleea 
Allison 
Watson 
Laird 
King 

Macgregor 
Macalister 
Rowat 
Marshall 
Barclay 
Pollock 



LADIES' ASSOCIATION FOE PROMOTING THE CHRISTIAN 
EDUCATION OF JEWISH FEMALES IN 
ALEXANDRIA (EGYPT). 
President, Mrs Thomas Coats. Treasurer, Mrs Henderson. 
Secretary, Mrs Hutton. 
Committee. 
Mrs Dove, Glasgow 
Miss iVl'Creath, do, 
Mrs John Muir 
Lockie 

John M'Gowu 
H. H. Thomson 
Brown 
Miss Helen Nairn 
Mrs Williamson 
Miss Dove 

Mrs Lockhart, 



Mrs Wotherspoon 
Ayton 
Hutcheson 
Lamberton 
Dr Frasar 
John Graham 
H. B, Muir 
John Poison 

Miss Lang 

M'Kinlay 



Mrs Gordon Mearns 
Wm. Brown 
J. A. Coats 
Archd. Coats 
George Coats 
Stewart Clark 
Robert Ayton 
Mill 

Miss Hart 

Mrs Peter Jack 



FEMALE BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. 

President, Mrs Hamilton, Blackland House. 

Treasurer, Miss Mann, 40 Oakshaw Street. Secretary, Mrs Flett. 

Depository, Miss Jane Symington, Oakshaw Street. 

ASSOCIATION FOR IMPROVING THE CONDITION OF THE 

POOR. 

President, Thomas Coats, of Ferguslie. 

Vice-Presidouts, Stewart Clark and John Poison. 

Treasurers, Geo. S. Veitch, Bank of Scotland, and Andrew D. Gibb, 

Norland, Greenock Road. 

Secretary, Thomas Finlator, Royal Bank. 

Superintendent, James Murray, 57 Canal Street. 



32 



APPENDIX. 



SCOTTISH DISESTABLISHMENT ASSOCIATION. 

Paisley Committee. 

Vice-Presidents, Thos. Coats, Esq., Stewart Clark, Esq., 

John Brown, Esq., James Clark Esq. of Chapel. 

Secretary, Wm. Muir MacKean, Esq. 



EENFREWSHIRE AGRICULTURAL, SOCIETY. 

Instituted 1802. 

President, Sir A. C. Campbell, Baronet, of Blythswood. 

Vice-Presidents : 



His Grace the Duke of Aber- 

corn 
The Right Hon. the Earl of 

Glasgow 
The Hon. Henry Moncreiff 
The Hon. Baron Douglas 
Sir Michael R. Shaw-Stewart, 

Bart. 
Sheriff of Renfrewshire. 
A. Crum, M.P,, of Thornlibank 
Provost MacKean, Paisley 



Edward Hunter, 13 Clifford St., 

Kinning Park 
Duncan Watson, Pollokshaws 
Wm. Fleming, Fulwood, Houston 
William Erskine, Auchencloich, 

Kilbarchau 
James Wilson, Boghall, Houston 
David Bryce, Abbotsinch, Paisley 
John Pollock, of Blackhouse, 

Mearns 
William Howie, Finnoek Bog, 

luverkip 
Peter M'Dermid, Mencreiff St., 

Paisley 
William Park, Gallowhill, Paisley 
Jehn Holm, Jaapston, Neilston 
Robert Gillespie, Boylestone, 

Barrhead 
Peter Brown, Craigton, Bishop- 
ton 
John Gibb, Gladstone, Bishopton 
Alexander Love, Margaret's Mill, 

Kilmalcolm 
A. C. Brown, Gledstane, Eishop- 



Ordinary Directors. 



Henry Macdowall, yr., of Garth- 
land 

John C. Cunninghame, of Oraig- 
ends 

R. T. N. Speirs, Culdees Castle 

Thomas Coats, of Ferguslie 

Henry Lee Harvey, of Castle- 
semple 

Thomas Glen Coats, Ferguslie 
Park, Paisley 

William Stevenson, of Househill 



Merchant, 



Alexander Neilson, 
Lochwinnoch 

Andrew Hoggan, jun., Camphill 
House, Crossmyloof 

Hugh M'Nair, Melkleriggs, 
Paisley 

Alex. Graham, Blackwater, Kil- 
malcolm 

James Blair, Ardgowan 

James Myles, Deanside 

James Wilson, Dykebar House 

John Wilson, Freelaud, Bishop- 
ton 

Alexander Blackwood, Bottom, 
Inchinnan 

William Taylor, Park Mains, 
Inchinnan 

Captain Harvey Hall, Lock- 
winnoch 

James Orr, Muir Fauldhouse, 
Lochwinnoch 

Robert Wilson, Manswraes, 
Bridge-of-Weir 

James Beyd, Ferguslie, Paisley 



ton 

Secretary and Treasurer, William Bartlemore, County Buildings. 



APPENDIX. 33 



Trade Societies. 

OLD WEAVERS' SOCIETY. 

Instituted 1702. 

John Young, boxmaster. John M'Gown, collector^ 

Thomas Walker, old boxmasten 

Eobert Russell, clerk, 7 High Street. Eobert Wiugate, officer 

Manao:ers. 
Messrs Robert A. Eonald 
Wra. Craw 
John Stewart 
Francis Halden 
Archibald Halden 
Andrew Campbell 



Messrs Thomas Finlator 
John Barclay 
Alexander Boyd 
John Cook 
John Wilson 



HAMMERMEN'S SOCIETY. 

Instituted 1760. 

Robert Balderston, deacon or convener. 

William Brodie, collector. 

John Bartlemore, clerk, County Buildings. 

MALTMEN'S SOCIETY. 

Instituted 1730. 

Eobert Brown, boxmaster. P. Comyn Macgregor, collector, 

John Bartlemore, clerk, County Buildings. 



COEPORATION OF MERCHANTS. 

Instituted 1725. 

James H. Dunn, convener. Robert Kerr, collector. 

John Bartlemore, clerk. County Buildings. 

Directors. 



Messrs Matthew Hodgart, 
„ Alex. Cattanach, 
„ Hugh H. Thomson, 
„ Alex. Begg, 



Messrs John Ronald, 
„ John Fullerton, , 
„ William Poison, 
„ P. Comyn Macgregor. 



AMALGAMATED BRICKLAYERS' SOCIETY (Paisley Branch.) 
Collector and Treasurer, Duncan M'Pherson. 

OPERATIVE DYEES' FEIENDLY AND PEOTECTIVE 

SOCIETY. 
President, John HoUan, 46 Storie Street. 
Secretary, John Jamieson, 7 Wardrop Street. 
Treasurer, James Russell, 9 Seedhill. 

PAISLEY BRANCH OF THE MOULDERS' ASSOCIATION. 
office-beareks. 
President, Matthew Slater, 5 Abingdon Place. 
Secretary, Allan Stevenson, 9 Inkle Street. 
Ti'easurer, James Stewart, 33 High Street. 
Steward, Donald M'Lean, 4 Thread Street. 



34 APPENDIX . 



CARTERS' TRADE PROTECTIVE AND FRIENDLY SOCiBTY. 

President, Neil Hai't. 

Secretary, Thomas Donald, 103 High Street. 

Treasurer, Robert Holmes. 

PAISLEY TYPOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. 

President, Neil Wilkie, Blackwood's Baildings, Underwood Road. 

Secretary, James A. G-ildea, 11 Storie Street. 



AMALGAMATED SLATERS' SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND 
(Central Board located in Glasgew till May, 1883.) 

CENTRAL OFFICE-BEARERS. 

President, George Lawson, 60 Storie Street. 
Secretary, Hugh Eraser, 10 Moss Street. 
Treasurer, Daniel Campbell, 2 Barclay Street. 

DISTRICT OFFICE-BEARERS. 

President, John Brayn, 25 Storie Street. 
Secretary, Peter Stewart, 2 Albert Street. 
Treasurer, Walter Robertson, 41 Gordon's Lane. 

PAISLEY BRANCH OF THE ASSOCIATED BLACKS\ilTHS 

OF SCOTLAND. 

Prasident, John Gibson. Treasurer, George Barclay. 

Secretary, George Beveridge, 2 William Street. 



PAISLEY BRANCH OF ASSOCIATED CARPENTERS AND 

JOINERS OF SCOTLAND. 
Secretary, Mr Jaffray, 8 Galloway Street. 

PAISLEY WINE, SPIRIT, AND BEER TRADE ASSOCIATION. 

Instituted 1871. 

President, Andrew Foulds. 

Vice-President, P. Costello. Treasurer, James Risk, 1 Sauceli 

'Secretary, Thomas M'Crossan, 6 Wallace Street. 

OPERATIVE BAKERS' FRIENDLY AND PROTECTIVE 

SOCIETY. 
Secretary, George Hamilton, 23 St. James Sti'eet. 
Treasurer, John Dickie, 2 Inkle Street. 

THE PAISLEY EVERGREEN EQUITABLE FRIENDLY 

SOCIETY. 
Instituted 1833. 
President, John Mathieson, 16 West Campbell Street. 
Treasurer, Robert M'Farlane, 12 Abbey Street. 
Secretary, Matthew Hector, 25 Glen Street. 
Preses of First Section, James Kilpatrick, 18 Oauseyside 
Preses of Second Section, Charles Hendry, 6 Stock Street. 
Clerk of First Section, Joseph Falconer, 4 Meeting House Bra9. 
Clerk of Second Section, Alex. Todd, Gas Works. 
Officer, Wm. Richmond, 8 George Street. 



APPENDIX. 35 



PAISLEY CO-OPERATIVE MANUFACTUEING SOCIETY 

(Limited). 

President, Alexander Hutchison. 

Treasurer, John Holmes. Secretary, Alexander M'Naught. 

OflSce, 114 Causeyside. 

PAISLEY CO-OPERATIVE BREAD ASSOCIATION (Limited). 

Instituted 1827. 

President, Robert Risk. Vice-President, Andrew Fisher. 

Treasurer and Secretary, D. Lyle, 4 High Street, with a Managing 

Committee of Twelve Members. 

Bakery, 7 Hospital Lane. 

PAISLEY LIVINGSTONE CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING 

SOCIETY. 

President, Robert Turner. Treasurer, John Lauchlan. 

Secretary, Robert Thomson. 

Six of Committee. 

Offices, 139 George Street. 

UNDERWOOD CO-OPERATIVE COAL COMPANY (Limited.) 

President, George Gilchrist. Treasurer, George Kirk. 

Secretary, Wm. Buchanan. 

With Ten Ordinary Directors. 

PAISLEY EQUITABLE CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY (Limited), 
STOCK STREET. 

Instituted 1858. 

Chair«3an, Samuel Connelh Treasurer, Wra. Baird, 1 Alexandra Place. 

Secretary, Wm. Ritchie, 3 Neilson Road. 

Salesman, James F. Todd. 

Branch — Bute Place. 

Salesman, Adam Muir, 17 Wardrop Street. 

PAISLEY PROVIDENT CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY (Limited) 

Established 1860. 

President, Robert O'May, 12 Wardrop Street. 

Vice-President, John Holmes, 3 Barclay Street. 

Secretary, Thomas Service, 7 Sir Michael Street 

Treasurer, John Mackay, Argyle Street. 

Nine Members of Committee. 

Branches — 
Central, 139 George Street, salesman, C. O'Neil. 
No. l.-r-26 Causeyside, salesman, J. C. King. 
No. 2.— 68 Love Street, salesman, Robert White. 
No. 3. — 54 Broomlands, salesman, Jas. Nicholson. 
No. 4. — 21 Gauze Street, salesman, W. C. Lennox. 
Boot Shop, 81 High Street, salesman, John Jeffrey. 
Bakery, 139 George Street. 



36 APPENDIX. 



BANKS. 



Ban^ of Scotland^ii 

Instituted 1695. 
St. Mirren Street. 
Head Office — Bank Street, Edinburgh 
Loudon Office — Lothbury, E.G. 
Open from 10 till 3, and on Saturday from 10 till 12. 
George Seton Veitcb, agent. 
Alexander Boyd, accountant. John Eae, teller. 
Robsrt MacCallum, Hugh John Carmicbael, Alexander Gardner 
Kewand, Alfred Graham Andrews, William Sellar, clerks. 
Robert Lochead, messenger — house, 6 Moss Street. 
The Bank negotiates Bills aud grants Letters of Credit on all the 
principal towns in Scotland, England, and Ireland. Draws on 
their branch in London ; Smith, Payne, & Smiths ; Coutts & 
Co. ; and the Bank of England ; and on the Colonies aud Foreign 
Countries ; also issues Circular Notes of £5, £10, and £20 each, 
free of charge, for the us© of Travellers and others in all parts of 
the world. 



Boyal Bank of Scotland. 

Instituted 1727, aud Incorporated by Royal Charter. 

St. Mirren Street. 

Thos. Fialator, agent. Williana J. Ormiston, accountant. 

Alex. Aikman, Wm. Stirling, John Manners, and Walter M'Gee, 

clerks. 
Draws on Royal Bank of Scotland, Bank of England, and Coutts & 
Co., Loudon ; aud all the principal towus iu England, Ireland, and 
Scotland; Chartered Mercantile Bauk of India, London, and China, 
and Branches ; Blyth Brothers & Co., Mauritius ; Bauk of British 
North America and Branches; Bank of New South Wales; 
Australian Joint-Stock Bank ; Bank of South Australia ; Western 
Australian Bank, aud all their Branches ; National Bank of New 
Zealand, Limited. The Royal Bank issue Circular Notes for £10, 
£20, £25, and £50 each ; also Circular Letters of Credit, free of 
charge, for the use of Travellers on the Continent aud elsewhere 
abroad. Negotiates Bills in all places at home and abroad where 
tker© is a Bank or a Banker. 



Commercial Bank of Scotland. 

Instituted 1810, and Incorporated by Royal Charter. 
Head Office— George Street, Edinburgh. 
Paisley Office — 6 Gilmour Street. 
James Ross, ageut. Walter S. Nicol, accountant. 
James Steel aud D. L. Orchardson, clerks. 
Draws on London and Westminster Bauk and Coutts & Co., London. 
Negotiates Bills on every place iu Great Britain and Ireland where 
there is a Bank or Banker, Issues Circular Notes ; Grants Drafts 
©r Letters of Credit on all the principal towns in England, Scot- 
land, Ireland, the Colonies, and elsewhere abroad. 



APPENDIX. 



37 



Britisli Linen Company's Banls. 

Instituted 1746. 
17 GiLMOUR Street. 
Head OfSce — St. Audrew's Square, Edinburgh, 
London Oifice — 41 Lombard Street, E.G. 

Hugh Macfarlane, agent. 

Alexander Gardiner, accountant. Andrew Paterson, teller, 
Robert D. Caldwell, H. M'Farlane, jun., and J. O. Alexander, clerks 
George Millar, porter — house, 2 Thread Street, 
Draws on and Negotiates Bills through 
British Linen Company, Loudon 
Smith, Payne, & Smiths, London 
The Bank of England 
London and Oouuty Bank (Ltd.) 
National Prov. Bank of England 

(Ltd.) 
The Bank of Ireland 
The Ulster Banking Company 
Carlisle and Cumberland Bank 

(Ltd.) 
Bank of Whitehaven 
J. Backhouse & Co,, Darlington 
Samuel Smith & Co., Nottingham 

and Derby 
Sheffield and Eotterham Bank 

(Ltd.) 
Halifax Joint-Stoek Bank (Ltd.) 
Huddersfield Banking Company 
Bradford Banking Co. (Ltd.) 



Yorkshire Banking Company 

(Ltd.) 
North-Eastern Banking Co. (Ltd.) 
Lancaster Banking Company 
Miles, Cave, & Co., Bristol 
Colonial Bank of New Zealand 
Queensland National Bank (Ltd.) 
Oriental Bank Corporation 
National Bank of India (Ltd.) 
James G. King's, Sons, New York 
English, Scottish, and Australian 

Chartered Bank 
Bank of New Zealand 
Nat. Bank of New Zealand (Ltd.) 
Bank of Australasia 
Bank of British Columba 
Bank of Montreal 
Standard Bank of British South 

Africa (Ltd.) 



And the principal towns in Scotland, and all places where 
there is a Bank. 



The Clydesdale Sanls, Limited. 

Instituted 1838. 
7 High Street (Cross), 
Open from 10 till 3, and on Saturdays from 10 till 12. 
Robert Russell, agent. James Mackenzie, accountant, 
James Thomson, William Drummond, and David Young, clerks, 
raws on their own Branch in London, and the London and West- 
minster Bank, London ; and negotiates Bills and grants Letters of 
Credit on the principal towns in Scotland, England, and Ireland* 
the Merchants' Bank of Canada, Montreal, and their Branches • on 
the Bank of British North America, Canada, Nova Scotia New 
Brunsv/ick, and Vancouver Island ; also on the Union Bank of 
Australia, Melbourne, Sydney, Auklaud, and other branchc'-- 

d 



38 



APPENDIX. 



Union Sank of Scotland (Limited). 

Capital, £5,000,000. Paid up, £1,000,000. 

Instituted 1829, and Incorporated undei' Act of Parliament. 

3 GiLMOUR Street. 

William Abercrombie, agent. David G. Bell, sub-agent. 

Duncan M'Laren and Joseph Walker, tellers. 

Alexander Morrison Philips, John Wylie, William Eiddle, anc 

John Inglis, clerks. 

Head Offices. 

Ingram Street, Glasgow, and George Street, Edinburgh. 

London office — 62 Cornhill. 

DRAWS ON 



Union Bank of Scotland (Limited) 

liOudon 
Bank of England, London 
Glyn, Mills, Ciirrie, & Co., and 

Oontts & Co., London 
Manchester and Salford Bank 

(Limited) 
Manchester and Liverpool District 

Bank (Limited) 
National Provincial Bank of Eng- 
land (Limited) 
Sheffield Banking Company 

(Limited) 
Whitehaven Joint-Stock Bank 
Carlisle City and District Bank 

(Limited) 
Yorkshire Banking Company 

(Limited) 



Paget & Co., Leicester 
Cumberland Union Bank (Lmtd.) 
Worcester City and County Bank 

(Limited) 
North Eastern Bank (Limited) 
County of Stafford Bank 
Lambton & Co. 
Beckett & Co., Leeds 
Moore & Eobinson (Limited) 

Nottingham 
Provincial Bank of Ireland 
Belfast Banking Company 
North of Scotland Bank (Lmtd.) 
De Eothschild Freres, Paris 
J. G. King's Sous, New York 
Union Bank of Australia (Lmtd,) 
Bank of Montreal 



Negotiates Bills on all towns in Great Britain and Ireland 
where there is a Banker, 

Is also agent for 



Bank of Bolton (Limited) 
Cheque Bank (Limited) London 
Consolidated Bank (Limited) 

Manchester 
Halifax and Huddersfleld Union 

Bank 



Birkbeck & Co. (Craven Bank) 

(Limited) 
Alliance Bank (Limited), London 
Derby Commercial Bank (Lmtd.) 
National Bank (Limited) 
Wakefield and Barusley Union 

Bank 



Bank of Scotland 
British Linen Co.'s Bank 



Also issues Drafts on certain Branches of 

National Bank of Scotland 
(Limited) 
o— Ho.;Pf] C!vr!Asdale Bank (Limited) 



i 



AiPPENDIX. 39 



ITational Bank of Scotland (Limited). 

Instituted 21st March, 1825, and Incorporated by Royal Charter, 

Capital, £5,000,000 

Paid up, 1,000,000 

Best, 545,000 

Goveruer — The Most Honourable the Marquis of Lothiail. 
Head Office — 42 St, Andrew's Square, Edinburgh. 
London Office— 27 St. Nicholas Lane, B.C. 
Paisley Office — Corner of High Street and St. Mirren Street. 
Peter Guilleaume, agent. 
George Balfour, assistant agent. E.. Edmonds, teller. 
William Smith, Andrew Thomson, William Pinkerton, and Wm. 
B. Dalgety, clerks. 
Draws on Glyn, Mills, & Co., Coutts & Co., and the United Bank of 
London ; J. & J. Stuart & Co., New York ; and have correspon- 
dents in all the principal towns in Scotland, England, and Ireland, 
and 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, England, Ireland, 
and abroad, where there is a Bank or Banker. 

National Security Savings Banls. 

Instituted May, 1838. 

Office — 14 Gilmotjr Street. 

Chairman — James Caldwell, Esq. 

Deputy-Chairman — John Poison, Esq. 

William Abercrombie, Treasurer. 

Actuary — John M'Gown. Auditor — Robert Boyd. 

Committee of Manasrement for 1882. 



[essrs Robert Kerr, Underwood, 
Robert P. Dalziel, 
Stewart Clark, 
John Barclay, 
Treasurer Clark, 
Jas. Pinlayson, Johnstone, 
John Ronald, 
John K. Crawford, 
Thomas Rowat, 
John Logan, 
John Wilson, 



Messrs John Young, 

Bailie Johnston. 
Alex. Begg, 
Hugh H. Smiley, 
John Fullerton, 
Bailie Dobie, 
Bailie Speirs, 
Thomas Glen Coats, 
William Lang^ 
Bailie Mackenzie, 
Francis Martin. 



The Bank is open for receiving and paying every lawful day 
from 10 till 3 o'clock, and on Saturday Evening from 6 till 9 for 
receiving only. 

Ablsey Fansli E.oad Trustees. 

All Heritors having laud in the Parish valued at 100 Scots of valued 

rent. 

Clerks — Millar, Walker, & Millar, writers. Paisley. 

Surveyor — Thomas Johnston, C.E. 

Collector — W. L. Conder. 



40 APPENDi:^. 



Hason Lodges. 

RENFREWSHIRE EAST PROVINCIAL GRAND LODGE. 

Sir Arebd. C, Campbell, Bart., Blytbswood House, Renfrew, P.G.M. 

Henry Macdowall, yr., D.M. James Caldwell, S.M. 

George Fisher, 129, S.W. Robert Nisbet,«592, LW. 

James Drewette, Paisley, secretary. 

Rev. George Campbell, chaplain. 

Rev. W. F, Mills, assistant chaplain. 

Alex. Macpherson, 129, treasurer. H. S. EdmoudSjl29, sen. deacon. 

Andrew Buruside, 307, junior deacon. 
Thos. Whyte, 692, arcbiteet. J. Jack Robertson, 370, bible-bearer. 

Matthew Abbot, 347, sword-bearer. 
W. M'G. Adam, 153, director of music. Geo. Love, 116, Director 

of Ceremonies, Jas. Gow, 512, jeweller. 
Jas. Young, 153, marshal. John Hodgart, 156, assistant marshal. 

C, A. Grassick, 512, sword-bearer. 

John C. Drew, 307, senior steward. Jas. Dickson, 153, jun. steward. 

Alex. Robertson, 347, inner guard. Wm. Alexander, 129, tyler. 

Jas. Drewette, convener. 



PAISLEY ST. MTRREN LODGE, No. 129. 

Instituted 1749. 

Peter M. Moir, R.W.M. 

Alex. Macpherson, I.P.M. M. Jamison, D.M. 

John Caldwell, S.W. Thos. Blackley, J.W. 

Daniel Orr, treasurer, 

Robert C. Kilgour, secretary, 5 Galloway Street. 

Rev. William F. Mills, chaplain. 

Robt. Hogg, S,D. Jno. S. Gardner, J.D. 

Robt. H. Drennan, ai'chitect. John A. Barnett, B.B, 

James Jack, jeweller. 

Andrew Moffatt, S,S,B. M. Walker, J.S.B, 

Robt. Clews, S.S. George Muir, J.S. 

William Craig, I.G, William Alexander, tyler. 

Place of Meeting — St. Mirr^n's Hall, 5 Moss Street. 
Regular meetings of the Lodge are lield on the ilrst and third Mon- 
days of Winter months, and on the fii-st Monday in May, June, 
July, and August, at a quarter before eight p.m. 

PAISLEY ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER, No. 112. 

Alexander Macpherson, M.E.P.Z. William Gemmell, M.E.P.H. 

George Fisher, M. E.P.J. Alexander M'Leod, M,E.P.P,Z. 

Matthew Jamieson, S.E. James Tanuihill, S.N. 

Peter Blair, treasurer. 

Steward — Hugh Morrison. 

1st Sojourner — James Strachan. 2ud Sojourner — J. Oochraae. 

3rd Sojourner — Archibald M'Arthur. 

Janitor — Wm. Alexander. 

Meets on the second Thursday of each mouth. 



APPENDIX. 41 



KENFREW COUNTY KILWINNING LODGE. 

Instituted 1855. 

"William Brown, E.W.M. William Gemmell, LP.M. 

A. Gilmour, S.W. 

Jas. Ferguson, Treasurer. Geo. Eichmond, Secretary. 

Wm. Pattison, A.-chitect. 

Rev. A. M. Lang, Chaplain. Alexander Knox, Bible Bearer. 

J. Ferguson, Jeweller. 
John Lyle, kSiib-Master. J. Jack Robertson, Depute Master. 

William Young, Standard Bearer. 

A. K. Inglis, Senior Deacon. J. F. M'Oallum, Junior Deacon. 

D. T. Patersou, Organist. 

A. M-Guvvan, Junior Wai'den. J, Crawford, Inner Guard. 

Stewards. 



J. C. Drew 
J. B. Smith 



Matthew Killoch 
Gilbert M-Kenzie 



Meets 1st and 3rd Thursday evenings in each month, excepting 
June, July, and August, when only the 1st Thursday, 
In their Hall, No. 8 High Street, Paisley. 
William Lockie, Tyler. 



THE ALEXANDER WILSON LODGE OF ODDFELLOWS, M.U., 

No. 2480. 
Instituted 16th October, 1840. 
Registered under the New Act, 23d September, 1878. 
James A. Lyle, G.M. Wm. Arneil, E.S. 

Wm. Hosie, N.G. David Fulton, Warder. 

Thos. Balderston, V.G. Wm. Thomson, Tyler. 

Supporters, David N. Smith, John Hendry, George Stewart, and 

Wm. Glen. 

James Hutchison, Surgeon. William Allan, Officer and Lecture 

Master. Wm. Young, Treasurer. Wm. Walah, Secretary 

and Degree Master, 2 Orr Street. 

Meets every alternate Tuesday, at Eight o'clock p.m., in the 

Oddfellows' Hall, 43 New Street. 

John Carsw«ll, District C.S. John Arthur, District Treasurer. 

Andrew Wilson, jun.. District G.M. 



CALEDONIAN BICYCLE CLUB. 
Instituted, June, 1881. 

OFFICE-BEARERS, 1882. 

Captain, William D. Craig. 

Vice-Captain, R. M'Gibbou. Bugler, Wm. M'Millan. 

Secretary and Treasurer, James Stirling, 2 Wellmeadow. 

Club Runs held on Saturdays between the months of Marcli and 

October to places within 20 miles from Paisley. 

Touring Excursions held in August. 

d 2 



42 



APPENDIX. 



Oommissioae3?s of Supply of the County of Henfrew,; 

Qualified to vote and act as such. 
18 8 2. 
Colonel Sir Archd. 0. Campbell, Bart., of Blythswood, Convener. 



His Grace the Duke of Abercorn I 

*The Right Honourable George 
Frederick, Earl of Glasgow 

*The Right Honourable Charles, 
Lord Elan tyre 

The Honourable Walter Stewart, 
Master of Blantyre 

*Sir Robert John Milliken Napier, 
Bart., of Milliken and Napier 

*Sir Michael Robert fchaw Stewart. 
Bart., of Greenock and Blackball 

*ijir Archd. C Campbell, Bart,, of 
Blythswood 

*Michael Hugh Shaw Stewart, yr., 
of Greenock and Blackball 

James Anderson, of Highholm, 
Port-Glasgow 

*Matthew Aigie, Langside, Cross- 
myloof 

John Allan, Hillhead, Kilburnie 

David Aiiderson, c'othier in Glas- 
gow 

Kobert Arthur, Gavilmoss, Loch- 
■winnoch 

Matthew Arbuckle, flesher, Green- 
ock 

James Brownlie, grocer and pro- 
vision merchant in Barrhead 

Archd. Brownlie, writer, Barr- 
head 

*David C. R. C. Buchanan, of 
Drumpellier, Coatbridge 

George Burns, residing at Wemj'ss 
House, Wemyss Bay 

John Burns, of Castle Wemyss, 
Wemyss Bay 

John Bartlemore, of Bourfcrees, 
writer, Paisley 

Eobert Bell, re iding at No. 4 
Loohinvar Terrace, Pollekshields, 
East 

Henry Birkmyre, merchant, Port- 
Glasgow 

William James Bell,Bellview, Pros- 
peethill, Cathcart 

John Birkmyre, manu^'a^turer, 
Port-Glasgow 



Thomas Blackwood, of Woodhall, 
engineer and shipbuilder, Port- 
Glasgow 

David Blackwood, Johnstone 

Robert Cassels, of Shieldhall, re- 
siding at Park Circus, Glasgow 

James Lumsden, Ounlyffe, ship- 
builder. Port-Glasgow, residing 
at Glea Bank, Port-Glasgow 

Nicol Cameron, residing at PoUok- 
shaws 

James White Cameron, house fac- 
tor, Pollokshaws 

John Crawford, of Sproulston, 
Lochwinnoch 

James Cochran, of Riversbank 

George Craig, of Broom, Mearns 

John Maxwell Cunlngham, Clydes- 
dale Bank, Glasgow 

David Cross, of Eastbank, near 
Bishopfon 

*Alex. Cram,M.., of Thornliebank 

Robert Christie, builder, Glasgow 

John Cuni-iingham, of Chapeltown, 
ironfouiider and engineer, Barr- 
head 

*John Charles Caninghame, of 
Craigends 

*Liodsay B. Crosbie, Lieut., K.N,, 
Hillend House, Partick, factor 
for J. G. Oswald, of JScotstoun 

*Dunean Darroch, B. A., of 
Gourock 

Thomas Dick, bank agent, Kinaing 
Park 

Jas. Drybrough, Arkleston, Pais- 
ley 

James Donald, ironfounder and 
engineer, Johnstone 

Colin Dunlop Donald, jr., writer 
in Glasgow, as factor for William 
Hall Maxwell, of Dargavt^l 

Robert Dunlop, of Wester Kerse, 
residing at Arthurlie, Barr- 
head 

*Henry Barclay Dunlop, of Arthur- 
lie 



APPENDIX. 



43 



David John Dunlop, shipbuilder, 
Port-Glasgow, residing at Rose- 
bank, Port-Glasgow 

William JohnBaston, writer,. Glas- 
gow, as f ictor for the Countess 
of Home 

Alexander Eadie, wrigbt and 
builder, Glasgow 

*Jas. Finlayson, Merchiston House, 
Johnstone 

Andrew Fleming, Fulwood, Hous- 
ton 

John Fullerton, timber merchant, 
residing at Ivy Bank, Port-Glas- 
gow 

William Fulton, of Glen, Paisley 

*Allan Gilmour, of Eaglesham 

*John Gordon, of Aikenhead 

John Glegg, residing at Milliken, 
as factor for the Trustees of the 
deceased Thomas Speir. of Black- 
stoun for the time being, in 
absence of the Trustees 

*Allan Graham-Barns-Graham, of 
Graigallion and Kirkhill 

Alexander Grfeenlees, doctor of 
medicine in Glasgow 

•Henry Lee Harvey, of Castle- 
semple, Lochwinnoch 
George Ludovic Houstoun, of 
Johnstone 

*John Keys, calico printer, Barr- 
head 

*flenry Heys, calico printer, South 
Arlhurlie, Barrhead 

John Howie, of Shawhill, Mearns 

*Archibald Campbell Holms, of 
Sandyford 

J. M. Home, 27 Lansdowne Cres- 
cent, Glasgow 

James Dunlop Hamilton, of Roger- 
ton, writer, Glasgow 

James Hamilton, of Janefield, 
Johnstone 

Jas. Henderson, 77 West Scotland 
Street, Kinning Park, Glasgow 

Eobt. Howie, of Burnhouse, Mearns 

Adam Hogg, Mersey Lea, Brook- 

lands Road, Sale, Cheshire 
John Holmes, writer, Johnstone 
Hugh Jamieson, clothier, residing 
at 21 Airlie Terrace, St. Andrews 
Street, Pollokshaws, Bast 
D. B. Johnson, ofKaim, Lochwin- 
wiuuoch 



Eobert Kerr, manufacturer in 
Glasgow and Paisley 

David Kinnear, re.-iding at 25 Air- 
lie Terrace, Pollokshields, East 

Joseph Kinnear, residing at 22 
Buchanan Street, Leith VYalk 
Edinburgh 

Durham Kippen, of Busby and 
Cartsbridge 

Hugh Kennedy, of Clevans, resid- 
ing at Redcliffe, Partickhill, Par- 
tick 

Henry Lamond, writer, Glasgow 

Francis Lochrane, of Stewart- 
wraes 

William Law, 3 Laurieston Place, 
Glasgo tv 

T. R. J. Logan, as factor for the 
Trustees of William Smith Dixon, 
of Govan Hill 

*George Lindsay, provision mer- 
chant, 169 Eglinton St., Glasgow 

Robert Lindsay, East Park House, 
Upper Kilmalcolm 

*V/m. Hall Maxwell, of Dargavel 

William Henderson Mair, ware- 
houseman, Pollokshields 

Wm. Mair, 21 Rutland Crescent, 
Paisley Road, Glasgow 

*Angus Mitchell, Manufacturer, 
Ayton Villa, Langside 

John Marshall, of Hills, Lochwin- 
noch 

Alex. Martin, Taybank, Langside 

Robert Macfie, of Langhouse 

Matthew Morrison, wine aud spirit 
merchant in Glasgow 

*Andw. Muirhead, of Meikle Cloak 

*James Myles, Deanside, Renfrew, 
as factor for Alexander Archibald 
Speirs, of Elderslie 

John Moodie, residing at No. 22 
Buchanan Street, Leith Walk, 
Edinburgh 

*HeHry M'Call, of Daldowie, Glas- 
gow 

*Henry Macdowall, of (iarthland 

=^Henry Macdowall, yr., of Garth- 
land 

John M'Ewan, of Glenlora, Loch- 
winnoch 

Andrew M 'In tyre, brickmaker and 
builder, residing at No. 21 
Regent Park Square, Strath- 



44 



APPENDIX. 



Kobert M' Quaker, feuar, Johnstone 

^Patrick Com^'u Macgregor, ©f 
Brediland 

James M'Gregor, St. Andrew's 
Villa, Pollokshields. 

Robert M'Pie, of Langhouse 

David M'Haffie, of Eastwood 

Peter M'Laurin, residing at High 
Cartside, Johnstone 

Daniel Macdowall, of Sunnyhill, 
Johnstone 

*JohQ S. Macdowall, Cumberland 
House, Burnside, Putherglen 

Peter M'Intyre, Kildowan Villa, 
Dowanhill, Glasgow 

Hugh M-Fhail, coalmaster and 
shipowner in Glasgow 

James Moffat, of Carnegie Park, 
merchant m Port-Glasgow 

Thomas M'Lellan, merchant, Barr- 
head 

Robert M'Nish, merchant, Glus- 
gww, residing at Kathrine 
House, Cambuslang 

John Pollok, of Paside 

William Pollok, of Titwood 

William Pollock, bank agent, Barr- 
head, as factor for John Pollok, 
of Faside 

*John Poison, of Thornly 

John Paterson, brickbuilder, Glas- 
gow 

*Rubert William Cochran- Patrick, 
of Woodside, Beith M. P. 

John P. Patrick, of Grangehill 

*H. R. B. Peile, Inverkip, as fac- 
tor for Sir M. R. S. IStewart 

Thomas Porter, feuar, Johnstone 

David Richardson, of Hartfield 

John Robertson, residing at 27 
Alexander Street, Glasgow 

John M. Robertson, writer, Glas- 
gow 

Robert Young Richardson, of Ral- 
ston, residing at Kirn, Argyle- 
shire 

*Thomas Dundas Spiers, of Kil- 
allan 

Thos. Shanks, engineer, Johnstone 

*Robert Thomas Napier Speir, of 
Culdees Castle 

*Peter Stewart, 9 Marlow Street, 
Kinning Park, Glasgow 

Archibald Sinclair, late of Dean- 
sidd 



John Salmon, residing at Johnstone 
Castle, as factor for Geo. Ludovio 
Houstoun, of Johnstone 

Thomas B. Seath, Sunnyoaks, 
Langbank 

James Stevenson, of Auchenames 

*William Stevenson, of Robbshill 
and Hpusehill, Hurlet 

Hugh Stevenson, yr., of Househill 

William Stewart, 114 Argyll Street, 
Glasgow 

James Stewart, of Garvocks, M. P. 

James Stewart, of Williamwood 

John Stewart, Viewfield Villa, 
Govan 

Andrew Stewart, Maryfield, Pol- 
lokshields 

Peter Stewart, 9 Marlow Street, 
Kinning Park 

William Smeaton, Knowe Terrace, 
Pollokshields 

Thomas Stobo, builder, Strathearn 
Place, Paisley Road, Glasgow 

Arthur Francis Stoddard, of Broad- 
field, Kilmalcolm 

*Robert Galbraith Sommerville, 
merchant, Port-Glasgow 

William Steel, residing at Hilltop, 
Elderslie 

Charles Thomas, coachbuilder, 
Glasgow 

Alexander Thomson, builder, re- 
siding at 37 Queen's Square, 
Strathbungo 

James Wallace, of Braehead, sur- 
geon dentist, Glasgow 

John Wallace, Ashton, Gourock 

J. C. Wakefield, of Eastwood Park 

*Duncan Watson, PoUokshaws 

Alexander Wilson, Overtrees, 
Lochwinnoch 

Robert William Rankine Wilson, 
of Braidbar 

John Wilson, Preeland, Brskine, 
factor for the Right Hon. Lord 
Blantyre 

James Wilson,jr.,Dykebar, Paisley, 
factor for the Right Honourable 
the Earl of Glasgow 

Hugh Douglas Willock, 148 West 
Nile Street, Glasgow 

Alex. Young, of Keir Mains, Dun- 
blane, as factor and commissioner 
of Sir John Maxwell Stirling- 
Maxwell, of Pollok, Bart. 



APPENDIX. 



45 



*The Senior Police Magistrate of 

Gourock 
*The Senior Police Magistrate of 

Crosshill 
*The Senior Police Magistrate of 

Kinning Park 
*The Senior Police Magistrate of 

Pollokshield s, West 
*The Senior Police Magistrate of 

Pollokshields, East 



*The Sherifif of the County 
*Tlie Sheriff-Substitute, Paisley 
*The Sheriff-Substitute, Greenock 
*The Provost of Renfrew 
The eldest Bailie of Eenfrew 
*The Provost of Paisley 
*The Provost of Greenock 
*The Provost of Port-Glasgow 
*The Provost of Polloksbaws 
The Senior Police Magistrate ot 
Johnstone 

* Members of Standing Committee. 
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 Vict., cap. 91, 

states the qualifications necessary for a Commissioner of Supply. 

THE BEACON SFIELD CLUB. 

Instituted, July, 18S0. 

It is a Political Club in strict connection with the Conservative 

party, and designed to promote its object. 

Patrons : 



Duke of Abercorn, K.G. 
Duke of Montrose, K.T. 
Earl of Glasgow, LL.D. 

Honorary President — Col. 
Honorary Vice-Presidents 



Baron Oranmore & Brown© 
J. C. Cuuinghame, Esq. 
William Kidston, Esq. 
Sir A. C. Campbell, Bart. 
Ex-Provost Brown and 



Archibald Craig, Esq. 

President — Mr William Abercrombie, jun. 

Vice-Presidents — Mr Archd. Fairlie and Mr Henry R. Livock. 

Treasurer — Mr Alex. Macfarlane. Secretary — Mr J. Jack Robertson^ 

Directors — 



Mr John M. Parlane 
,, James Dale 
„ Alexander Marr 

Mr William J. 



Mr Francis Percy 
,, Arch. B. Maxwell 
„ John Orr 

Bell. 



Ordinary Sheriff Court- 

Court Hall, County Buildings. 
Sits every Tuesday during Session. 
The Hon. Henry James Moncrieff, sheriff. 
Hugh Cowan, sheriff-substitute. 
Joseph M'Leod Lochhead, sberiff-elerk. William Brown, sheriff- 
clerk depute. Auditor of accounts, William Brown. 



Paisley and Renfrew Railway. 

Trains run between Paisley and Renfrew about every two hours. 
Station, Eenfrew Road. Statioumaster, James Watson. 



46 APPENDIX. 

Miscellaneous. 



PAISLEY BURNS CLUB; 

Instituted 1805. 

Ghairman, James H. Dunn. Vice-Ohairman, James Dobie* 

Treasurer and Secretary, A. M. Ross. 



INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD TEMPLARS. 

The Ben Nevis Mountain Spring. Lodge No. 222. 

Ofiice-Bearers. 

Mrs Bruce Hay, W.O.T. Mrs F. Anderson, P.W.O.T. 

Miss Mary Jane Kelly, W.Si Miss Margaret Graham, W.V.T. 

Mrs John ' . Gribben, W.T. Mrs Anderson, W.T.S. 

James M 'Court, W.M. William Gibson, jun., W.O. 

James Paterson, W.J.G. John Crevan, W.O.G, 

Miss Sarah Ferguson, W.O.M. Mrs James M'Court, W.R.H.S. 

Mrs William Gibson, W.L.H.S. Miss Margaret Oliver, W.A.S. 

John 0. Gribben, D.W.O.T. 

Meets every Saturday at 7.30 p.m. in the Mission Hall, 

134 George Street. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD TEMPLARS. 

Wallace Cairn Degree Temple. Lodge No. 56. 

OfSce-Bearers. 

Mrs Bruce Hay, D.T. Mrs F. Anderson, D.V.T. 

Duncan 0. Gribben, D.S. James Welsh, D.W.C. 

Mrs John 0. Gribben, D.T. Elizabeth Welsh, D.M. 

Miss Margaret Graham, D.D.M. James M'Court, D.S. 

Robert Campbell, D.P.W.C.T. Mrs Anderson, D.R.H.S. 

Mrs William Gibson, sen., D.L.H.S. Miss Sarah Ferguson, D.S.G 

Mrs James M'Court, D.A.S. Robert Campbell, D.F.S. 

John C. Gribben, T.D.G.W.C.T. 

Meets on the last Saturday of each Month in the Mission Hall, 

134 George Street. 

PAISLEY FLORISTS' SOCIETY. 

Honorary President, James Arthur, Esq., Barshaw. 

President, Mr John M'Gechan, Barclay Street. 

Vice-President, Mr Alex, Baird, Blackball. 

Treasurer, Mr Duncan Keir, Crossflat. 

Secretary, Mr A. M. Whiteford, 3 Galloway Street. 

Committee. 

Messrs John Erskine 

William Cameron 
Alex. Johnstone 
Hector Brown 
Peter Moir 
Bryce Langmair 
James Maxwell 



Messrs Wm. Brown 
John Forsyth 
James Cochran 
Alex. M'Farlane 
David Millar 



APPENDIX. 47 



PAISLEY HORTICULTUEAL SOCIETY. 

Instituted 1832. 

Office-Bearers. 

Honorary President — Archibald Coats, Esq., Woodside. 

President — Mr John M'Gechan, Barclay Street. 

Viee-President — Mr Alexander Baird, Gardener, Chapel House. 

Treasurer — Mr J. P. D. Macilquham, Falside. 

Secretary — Mr Robert Macfee, 1 St. Mirren Street. 

DIRECTORS. 

Gardeners. 
Mr Henry Maxwell, Ralston ; Mr William Dixon, Ladybnrn 
Nursery; Mr Archibald Duncan, Netherhill; Mr David Allison, 
Whitehaugh ; Mr Alexander Mackay, Langholm; Mr George Lister, 
Crossflat ; Mr Alexander Johnstone, Oakshaw : Mr Wm. Cameron, 
Fergnslie Park; Mr James Maxwell, Barshaw ; Mr Allan Henderson, 
Kilnside. 

AMATEURS. 

Mr John Erskine, Williamsburgh ; Mr A. B, Stewart, Palside; 
Mr Hector Brown, Falside ; Mr William Gibson, 10 Lawn Street ; 
Mr Thomas Donald, 104 High Street, 



PAISLEY ORNITHOLOGIOAL ASSOCIATION. 
Hon. President, Thomas Glen Coats, Esq., of Fergnslie Park, 
President, John Orchardson, Caledonia Street. 
Vice-President, James Smith, Maxwellton. 
Treasurer, Robert Fleming, 38 George Street. 
Collector, James Allison, 114 George Street. 
Secretary, William Houston, 23 West Street, 

ROWBANK ANGLING CLUB. 

President, Robert Paterson. Vice-President, James Paterson, 

Hon. Treasurer, John Lymburn. Hon. Secretary, Alex. Cochran 

PAISLEY AMATEUR BICY'CLE CLUB. 
Instituted, 3rd May, 1878. 

OFEICE-BBARERS FOR 1882. 

Captain and Bugler, James Reid, jun. 

Vice-Captain, Wm. Holms. 

Hon. Secy, and Treasurer, Norman M. MacKean, 8 Garthland place. 

CRAIGIELEA FOOTBALL CLUB. 

President, R. Clark. 

Captain, T. G. Abercrombie. Vice-Captain, J, Ronald, Jun. 

Treasurer, T. G. Abei'crombie. 

Secretary, Wm. L. Coats, Hayfleld, Ca-stlehead, 

Committee — R. Clark, T. G. Abercrombie, J. Ronald, J. Walloch, 

J. Robertson, M. M'Kean, W. L. Coats. 

Match Co— -++^f— R. Clark, T. G. Abercrombie, and J. Ronald. 



48 APPENDIX, 

ABERCORN FOOTBALL CLUB. 

Instituted 1877. 

Hon. President, Thos. Coats, Esq. 

President, Wm. Crawford, Vice-President, Wra. Cherry. 

Treasurer, L. M'Taggart. Financial Secretary, Jas. Cunningham. 

Match Secx'etary, Wm. Crawford. 

Committee. 

A. Hunter, J. Barr, J. Cockburn, A. M'Aulay, J. Fulton. 

Captain, J. Goudie. 

ST. MIRREN FOOTBALL CLUB. 

Instituted 1877. 

Grounds, Greenhill. 

Honorary President, Sir A. C. Campbell, Bart., of Blythswood. 

President, S. Dou^al. Vice-President, D. Fletcher. 

Captain (1st), D. Marshall ; (2nd), R. Fairlie ; (Greenhill), A. Brown. 

Treasurer. A. M'Kechnie. 

Match Secretary, Walter Craig, 20 St. James Street. 

Do, (Greenhill), R. Allison, 23 Gauze Street. 

Secretary, John Orr, 29 Glen Street. 
General Committee — Messrs S. Dougal, D. Fletcher, D. Marshall, E. 
Fairlie, A. M'Kechnie, W. Craig, R, M'Keau, Wm. Stewart, and 
John Orr. 
Match Committee — Messrs D. Marshall, R. Fairlie, A. Brown, T. 
Muir, J. M'Millan, J. Murray, and W. Craig. 
Annual Members' Subscription,... ... ... 5» 

Annual Honorary Members' Subscription, ... 2s 6d 



■ VICTORIA BOWLING CLUB. 

Patkons. 

The Right Hon. the Earl of Glasgow. 

Sir M, R. Shaw Stewart, Bart. 

President, James Storrie. Vice-President, John G. Berry. 

Treasurer, John Arthur. Secretary, Wm. Adam, jun., S2 Ferguslio, 

Committee. 

Messrs William M'Geoch 



Messrs James Kilpatrick 
Arthur Lemay 
Robert Lachlan 



Robert Archibald 
James Kilpatrick, jnn. 
John M. Blair. 
Keeper, Wm. Brown, 32 Calside. 



PRIOR SCROFT BOWLING CLUB. 

President, John Wilson. 

Treasurer, John Nicolaon. Secretary, J. D. Wilson. 

Member ■ of Committee. 

Messrs John Murray I Messrs James B. Stewart 

James Lang | James Anderson 

Keeper, J. McDonald. 



ApJfhiNPlX. • 49 



CALEDONIA BOWLING CLUB. 
President, George Fisher. Vice-President, Hector M'Gee, 
Secretary, Alexander M'Kechnie. Treasurer, John Robertson. 

Committee. 



E. M'Kean 
J. M'Doug-al 



R. Kerr | G. Craw. 

J. Brown 



Keeper, George Cameron, 4 Marshall's Lane. 

WELLMEADOW BOWLING CLUB. 

President, Robert Bain. Vice-President, Alexander Barr. 
Treasurer, Wm. Smith. Secretary, Alex. Mungle, Terrace Buildings. 

Directors 
James Allan I t i, n t 1 John M*Gibbon. 

A I -r. 1 1 John U-OUdie „r T/riii/r-n 

Alex. Borland | 1 Wm. M'Millan. 

PAISLEY UNION CURLING CLUB. 

Instituted 1844. 

Patron, Col. William Holms, M.P. 

Patroness, Mrs Holms. 

President, William Steel. Vice-President, James SteeL 

Representative Members, John Carswell and John Barclay. 

Chaplain, James Lang. 

Treasurer and Secretary, John Carswell. 

RENFREWSHIRE CURLING CLUB. 

Instituted 1856. 

Patron, P. Comyn Macgregor, Esq., of Brediland. 

President, James Walker. Vice-President, William Eadie. 

Eepresentative Members, John Tudhope, jun., and John Walker, 

Chaplain, Rev. A. M. Lang. 

Treasurer and Secretary, Walter Bowi©. 



PAISLEY ICELAND CURLING CLUB. 

Instituted 1841. 

Patron, The Right Hon. the Earl of Glasgow. 

President, John Ker. Vice-President, James Houston. 

Representative Members, John Ker and Robert Harris. 

Chaplain, Rev. J. B. Dalgetty. 

Treasurer and Secretary, Thomas Graham, M.D. 



PAISLEY BOREAS CURLING CLUB. 

Instituted 1852. 

Patron, Alex. A. Speirs, Esq., of Elderslie. 

Patroness, Lady Anne Speirs, of Elderslie. 

President, James Riddell. Vice-President, Daniel Watson^ 

Representative Members, R. Congalton and Jas. Barclay, 

Chaplain, Rev. Thomas Gentles, M.A. 

Treasurer and Secretary, Roberjb |Gopgaltojip 

e 



50 



APPENDIX, 



TWELFTH PROVINCE ROYAL CALEDONIAN CURLING 

CLUB. 

Patrons — 
Sir M. R. S. Stewart, Bart. ; Sir Archd. C. Campbell, Bart., of 
Blythswood ; Colonel Holms, M.P, ; Henry Lee Harvey, of 
Castlesemple ; Henry Macdowall, of Garthland. 

President, John Watt, Ladyland, Kilbirnie, 

Vice-President, Benjamin Dickson, Greenoclc, 

Treasurer and Secretary, Mr John Carswell, 4 High Street, Paisley 

Committee of Management, 
**a]or King, Hurlet ; Z. H. Heys, Barrhead ; John Findlay, Houston 5 
Robert Congalton, Paisley ; Alexander Neilston, Lochwinnoch ; 
James Myles, Deanside, Renfrew ; B. Dickson, Greenock ; Henry 
.Macdowall. yr. 

And Offlce-Bearers, ex-offido, Members of Committee, 



PAISLEY TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. 

OFFICE-BEARERS. 

President, Mr James M'Lean. 
Honorary Vice-Presidents. 

Dr, Ricbraond 
Treas. Clark 
Messrs James Johnston 
Robert Bird 
John Brown 
John Spence 
Andrew Gibb 
Hugh H. Smiley 
James Cook 



R«v. Dr Huttoa 
Alex. Wilson 
Robert Dunlop 
John Crouch 
F. C, Niven 
Wm. M'Indoe 
S. Harding 
W. N. Challiee 
Riebard Steel 



Messrs Thomas Graham 
Alex. Murdoch 

Treasurer 



Vice-Presidents. 

Messrs James Winning 
P. K. Millar 
Archibald Fairlie, 



Mr 



Secretary, Mr Robert Risk, 



Messrs Alox. Todd, jnn. 
Robert M 'Queen 
John Murray 
William Ronald 
Henry Noble 
jHmes Young 
Thomas M'Queen 
Alex. Scott 



Copimittee, 

Messrs John Burgess 
T, J. Melvin 
Thomas Muir 
Thomas Goodlet 
William Hair 
William J. Bell 
William Naismith 
James Clews 



Collector, Mr George M'Farlane. 



APPENDIX 51 



Public Of&ces, &c. 

Abbey Poor Rates, 6 Gauze Sti'eet — W. L. Condef, gollector. 

Bank of Scotland, 2 St. Mirreu Street — George Seton Veitch, agent. 

British Linen Company's Bank, 17 Gilmour Street — Hugh Macfar- 
lane, agent. 

Canal Office, 18 Canal Street--^Jamea Alaotn, agent. 

Chamberlain's Office, County Baildings — A. Mi RosS, chamberlain. 

Clydesdale B luk (Limited), 7 High Street — ^Robert Russell, ageut. 

Commercial Bank of Scotland, 7 Gilmour Street — James Ross, agent. 

Commissary, County Biiildiugs — John Bartlemofe, elerk. 

Gas Commissioners, 23 Moss Street — A. M. Ross, treasurer. 

Glasgow Herald and Eveuiug Times, 16 Gilmour Street — Thomas 
Scott, correspondent. 

Inland Revenue, 97 High Street — W. Sellar, 97 High Street, super- 
visor. 

Justice of Peace, County Buildings — John Bartleraore, clerk. 

National Bank ef Scotland (Limited) — Peter Gilleaume, ageut, and 
George Balfour, assistant agent. 

North British Mail, i Couuty Place — James Drewette, correspondent. 

Pkisley Herald and Renfrewshire Advertiser Office, 10 Moss Street 
— W. B. Watson, publisher. 

Paisley and Renfrewshire Gazette, 3 Moss Street — J. & J. Cook, 
publishers. 

Paisley and Renfrewshire Independent, 10 Moss Street — John Miller 
publisher. 

Paisley Daily Express Office, 15 and 16 Causeyside — Wra. A. Loch- 
head, proprietor. 

Police Office, County Buildings — Donald Sutherland, superintendent. 

Police Office (County), County Place— Robt. Hunter, chief constable. 

Post Office, St. Mirreu Street — Francis Deans, postmaster. 

Prison, County Buildings — Robert Bird, governor. 

Procurator-Fiscal (Burgh), 5 County Place — George Hart. 

Procurator-Fiscal (County), 5 County Place — Daniel MacFarlan. 

Procurator-Fiscal (J.P-), County Buildings (North Side) — Thomag 
Campbell. 

Railway, Renfrew, Renfrew Road — James Watson, stationmaster. 

Railway, G. & P. Jomt Line, County Place — William Auchterionie, 
superintendent. 

Railway, Caledonian, G. & P. and Greenock Section, County Place — 
William Auchterionie, goods and passenger agent. 

Renfrewshire Militia Barracks, Williamsburgh — H. Gordon, adju- 
tant and captain. 

Royal Bank, 4 St- Mirren Street — Thomas Finlator, agent. 

Savings Bank, School of Art Buildings, Gilmour Street — John 

M'Gown, actuary. 
School Board Treasurer's Office, 5 Couuty Place — John Anderson. 
Sheriff Clerk, County Buildings — Joseph M'Leod Lochhead, clerk ; 

William Brown, deputy clerk. 
Stamps, 4 Causeyside — Wm. Alexander. 



52 



APPENDIX. 



Taxes— Burgh Poor, 8 New Sneddon— James Eenfrew, collector, 
,, Police, County Buildings — A. M". Boss, treasurer and collector. 

„ Water, County Buildings— A.M. Ross, treasurer and collector, 
,, Road, County Buildings — A,M. Ross, treasurer aud collector. 

Taxes— Rogue Money, 33 Old Sneddon— James Caldwell, collector* 
,, Income, 97 Higli Street — Alexander Nisbet, surveyor. 
„ Income, 4 Canseyside — Wm. Alexander. 

Town Clerks' Office, County Buildings— David Young and Francis 
Martin, joint clerks. 

Union Bank of Scotland (Limited), 3 Gilmour Street — Wm, Aber- 
crombie, agent. 

POST OFFICS, St. Hirren Street. 

RATES OF POSTAGE. 

INI^AND LETTERS. 

For a Letter — 

Not exceeding 1 oz. ... ,.. ... .,, Id. 

Exceeding 1 oz. but not exceeding 2 oz. ... l^-d, 

— 2 oz. — 4 ... 2d. 

— 4 oz. — 6 ... 2^d. 

— 6 oz. — 8 ... 3d. 

— 8 oz. — 10 ... 3^d. 

— 10 oz. — 12 ... 4d. 

Any letter exceedmg the weight of 12 oz. will be liable to a post- 
age of Id per ounce, beginuiug with the first ounce. 

And no Inland Letters must exceed 18 inches in length, 9 inches 
in breadth, aud 6 inches in depth. 

Ee-directed letters are liable to new rates of postage, but though 
the new postage should not be paid on the repostiug the letter, it 
will be charged only the prepaid rate on delivery. 

Newspapers for Foreign parts and Colonies, if posted later than 8 
days after publication, are charged hook po&tage. 

Books &C. — Printed Bot)ks, Pamphlets, Magazines, Reviews, &c., 
•whether British, Foreign, or Colonial, may be forwarded by post 
between places in the United Kingdom (made up in the same manner 
as newspapers), if prepaid iu stamps, at the following rates : — 

Under 2 oz., ^d ; under 4 oz., Id ; under 6 oz., l^d ; under 8 oz., 
2d ; and ^d for every additional 2 nz. No parcel to exceed 18 inches 
any way, but may contain any number of separate Books, Maps, or 
Prints, aud 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 ^d for every 2 oz. 
to Canada, United States of America, and the Continent. 

The British Registration Fee on every registered letter posted for 
delivery in the United Kingdom, or addressed to any British Colony 
or Foreign Country is now 2d. 

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. 



APPENDIX. 



53 



ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE 
Arrives. 
7.19 a.m. London, England, South of Ireland, 

and Foreign ... 

Do. Do. Do. 

Ireland, North and South 

Do. Do 

Glasgow 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Edinburgh 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



OP MAILS. 

Closes. Despatch. 



6.45 p.m. 
12 30 a.m. 

5.15 a.m. 
12.38 a.m. 

7.19 a.m. 
11.16 a.m. 

1.20 p.m. 
3 20 p.m. 
6.20 p.m. 
9.20 p.m. 

12.30 a.m. 
7.19 a.m. 



3.20 



p.m. 



6.45 



p.m. 



12.30 a.m. North of Scotland 



Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

South of Scotland ... 

Do. 

Do. 

_ North of England 

5.15 a.m. Greenock and Port-Glasgow 



7.19 a.m. 

3.20 p.m. 
6.45 p.m. 

7.19 a m. 

3.20 p.m. 
6.45 p.m. 



11 a.m. 

1.5 p.m. 

3 p.m. 

6.50 p.m. 

8.40 p.m. 

3 p.m. 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do 
Rishopton 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



12.30 a.m. West Highlands 

7.19 a.m. Do. 
12.46 p.m. Johnstone 



3.45 p.m 

6.40 p.m 

12.45 p.m. 

8.50 p.m 



Do 

Do 

Lochwinnoch 

Do 

Do 

Ayr 

Kilmarnock ... 

— — Carlisle and South Ayrshire 

7.19 a.m. Ayrshire 

12.45 p.m. Do. 

6.40 p.m. Do. 

6.30 p.m. Elderslie, Quarrelton,and Howwood 

9 a.m. Renfrew 

3.30 p.m. Do. 

6.45 p.m. Do. 

1 p.m. Linwood 

7 p.m. Do. 

Town DeliverieB — 7 and 8 a.m., 1.30, 4, 

e2 



4.40 p.m. 

8.5 p.m. 

8.45 p.m. 

9.25 a.m. 
10.25 a.m. 
1.15 p.m. 
4.15 p.m. 
5.30 p.m. 
9.30 p.m. 
11 p.m. 
9.25 a.m. 
10.25 a.m. 
J2.35p.m. 
4.15 p.m. 
9.30 p.m. 
11 p.m. 
10.25 a.m. 
8.5 p.m. 
5.30 p.m. 
11 p.m. 
1.15 p.m. 
3.20 p.m. 
8.5 p.m. 
4.15 p.m. 
7 a.m. 
10-45 a.m. 
12.55 p.m. 
2.40 p.m. 
5.45 p m. 
10.20 p.m. 
9 p.m. 
5.30 p.m. 
9.25 p.m. 
1.15 p.m. 
4.IO p.m. 
11 p.m. 
10.25 a.m. 
4.10 p.m. 
11 p.m. 
1.50 p.m. 
3.20 p.m. 
3.20 p.m. 
6.50 a.m. 
4.10 p.m. 
9.30 pm. 
11 p.m. 
11 p m. 
9 a.m. 
3.30 p.m. 
11 p.m. 
3.30 p.m. 
and 7 15 p 



5.10 p.m. 

8.30 p.m. 

9.0 p.m. 

9.35 a.m. 
10.40 a.m. 

1.30 p.m. 

4.30 p m. 

5.50 p.m. 

9.50 p.m. 
5 a.m. 

9.35 a.m. 
10.40 a.m. 
12.50 p.m. 

4.30 p.m. 

9.60 p.m. 

5 a.m. 

10.40 a.m. 

8.30 p.m. 

5.50 p.m. 

5 a.m. 
1.30 p.m. 
3.30 p.m. 
8.30 p.m. 
4.30 p.m. 
7 10 a.m. 

11 a.m. 

1.5 p.m. 

3 p.m. 

5.55 p.m. 

10.25 p.m. 

.9.10 p.m. 

5.50 p.m. 

9.35 p.m. 

1.35 p.m. 

4.30 p.m. 

3 a.m. 

10.40 a.m. 

4.30 p.m. 

3 a.m. 

2 p.m. 

3.30 p.m. 

3.30 p.m. 

6.55 a.m, 

4.30 p.iK(.. 

9.50 p.m. 

6.30 a.m. 

6 a.m. 
9.30 a.m. 
3.45 p.m. 
6.30 a.m. 
3.45 p.m. 

m. 



54 APPENDIX. 



Letters must be registered half an hour previous to the time of box 
closing, except in the case of the first naail to Ayr, Kilmarnock, &c., 
which should be registered the evening before, Ou payment of an 
extra fee of 2d, letters may still be registered for half an hour later 
in most cases. 

Deliveries by letter-carriera begin at 7 a.m. (Loudon and Scotland, 
North of Ireland, Greenock, &c.) ; 8 a.m. (London, Ayrshire, South 
of Ireland, &c.) ; 1.30 p.m. (Edinburgh, Glasgow, Greenock, Ayr, 
&c.) ; 4.0 p.m. (Glasgow, Edinburgh, &c.) ; 7.15 p.m. (Greenock, 
Glasgow, Ayr, England, &c.) 

SUNDAY MAILS. 

Despatch of letters, &c., for London, England, Foreign, Glasgow, 
Edinburgh, Ireland, Greenock, Port-Glasgovv, Ayrshire, &c., 6.15 p.m. 

Delivery of letters to callers (Glasgow, Edinburgh, Greenock, 
Port-Glasgow, &c.) from 8 a.m. till 10 a.m. at the Office. No arrivals 
from Ireland or Eagland delivered on Sunday. 

No deliveries bj^ letter-carriers on Sundaj''. Ou Fast Days two 
deliveries commencing at 7 a.m. and 8 a.m. Office opens on Sundays 
from 8 a.m. till 10 a.m., and ou Fast Days from 7 a.m till. 10.45 a.m. 
and from 7 to 8 p.m. 

Letters are collected from the Receiving OrQces, 29 Wellmeadow 
Street and 44 Causeyside Street, and from the Pillar Boxes at Bank 
Street, County Place, Barracks, Halston Square, Stock Street, and 
Caledonia Street, at 10 a.m., 12.30 p.m., 3.50 p.m., 5.30 p.m., and 
8.30 p.m. No collections ou Sundays. 

Money Ordei's are granted and paid from 9 a.m. till 6 p.m. Savings 
Bank and Government Life Insurance Annuity business, transacted 
during same hours ; and on Saturdays from 9 a.m. till 8 p.m. Ou 
Sundays and Fast Days no business of this description is done. 

Office opens ou week days for Post Office and Telegraph business 
from 7 a.m. till 9 p.m., and on Sundays from 8 a.m. till 10 a.m. only, 
but the letter box remains open as on other days. 

Clerks — A. Logan, 16 George Street ; W. Smith, 1S9 George 
Street ; Robert R. Deans, St. Mirren Street ; Ellen Deaus, St. Mirrea 
Street ; Eujily M. Poale, 81 Bruontlands ; Jane Tillet, Mossvale 
Cottage ; Michael Rice, 6 B/idge Street. 

Stampers— John Picken, 26 Storie Street; George Houston; 
William B. Koitb, 5 Bridge Street. 

Letter-Carriers — James Ramsay, R. C. M'Kinlay, John Gibson, 
Daniel B. M'CoU, George Fleming, George Duncan, Andrew 
M'Farlaue, James Smith. 

Auxiliary Letter-Carriers — Wm. Hyndman, 38 Storie Street ; 
Thomas StevensdU ; Alex. Christie, 8 ftouth Campbell Street; John 
Cook, Thomas Eaglesim, D. Livingstone, J. M'Nair, H. Blair, J. 
Chris' ie 

Messengers — l^enfrew — Alexander Lochead, 4 Stirling Street. 
Gateside^Tiiomas Cathcart, 78 Canal Street. Linwood — Thomas 
Holmes. Howwoo ' — John Davie. Ralston- James White. Meikle- 
riggs — Wm. Blackie. 

FRANCIS DEANS, Postmaster. 



APPENDIX. 



55 



Lieutenancy of Ilenfrewsliire. 

Lord-Lieutenant — Sir M. R. Shaw Stewart, Bart. 

Vice-Lieutenant — Sir Archibald C. Campbell of Blj'thswood, Bart. 

Clerk of Lieutenancy — ^^Johu Macdougall, Mansion House, Greenock. 

Deputy-Lien tenants. 



Alexander, Claud, of Ballochmyle, 

M.P., 1860. 
Blantyre, Lord, 1845. 
Buchanan, Liieut.-Col. D. C. R. C, 

of Drumpellier and Finlaystone, 

1863. 
Campbell, Sir Archibald C, Bart., 

of Blythswood, 1860. 
Crum, Alexander, of Thornlie- 

bank, M.P., 1873. 
Cuninghame, John Charles, of 

Craigeuds, 1873. 
Darroch, Duncan, of Gourock, 

1863. 
Gilmour, Allan, of Eaglesham, 

1860. 
Glasgow, Earl of, 1873. 



Gordon, John, of Aikenhead, 1860. 
Harvey, Henry Lee, 1873. 
Houstoun, George Ludovic, of 

Johnstone, 1873. 
Macdowall, Henry, of Garthland, 

1873. 
Maxwell, William Hall, of Dar- 

gavel, 1873. 
Napier, Sir Robert J. M., Bart., 

1845. 
Napier, John Stirling, 1860. 
FoUok, Allan, of Falside and 

Broom, 1860. 
Scott, James, 1860. 
Speir, Robert Thomas Napier, 

1868. 
Stewart, John Arch. Shaw, 1863. 



Renfrewshire Prison Ofacials and Visiting 
Committees. 

May and November— John Young, Paisley, and Mr Alexander Crum, 

Thornliebank. 
June and December — Sheriff Cowan and Mr John Lamberton, 

Paisley. 
July and January — Mr A. C. Holme and Mr James Wills, Paisley, 
August and February — Mr H. B. Dunlop and Mr Robert Cochran. 
September and March — Bailie Johnston, Paisley, and Mr John 

Poison, Paisle3\ 
October and April — Provost Brown, Renfrew, and Mr Duncan 
Watson, Pollokshaws. 

Paisley Prison. 

Governor, Robert Bird. Chaplain, Rev. John Fleming, M. A. 

Surgeon. Thos. Graham, M.D. 

Greenock Prison. 

Governor, Wm. Clark. Chaplain, Rev. J. Robertson, M.A. 

burgeon, Samuel Shortridge, M.D. 



PAISLEY PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY. 

President, Mr James Ure. Treasurer, Mr Robt Campbell. 

Secretary, Mr A. M. M'Dougal. Librarian, Mr VV. Smith. 

Conductor, Mr W. T. Hoeck. 

Members of Committee, Mr David Ure and Mr John Blair. 



APPENDIX. 



Insurance Companies. 

FIEE AND LIFE. 

Accident — Jobn M'Gown, 14 Gilmour Street. 

Alliance Life — Johu Bartlemore, Oouuty Buildiaga (North End). 

ATLAS, Fire and Life — Robert Brown, Sneddon Bridge. 

British Legal Life — Angus Keaj, 12 High Street. 

British Medical Life — Thomas Oullen, 12 St. James Place. 

CALEDONIAN — James Adam, 11 Back Row, Pergiislia ; James 

Hay, 10 High Street ; Thomas Donald, 103 High Street. 
Caledonian, Fire and Life — Alexander Semple, 16 Gilmour Street; 

James Hay, 10 High Street; William Wallace, 6 Mill Street ; 

A. M. Philips, Union Bank of Scotland. 
CALEDONIAN PLATE GLASS- Johu Fisher, 5 John St.; Angus 

Keay, 12 High Street; J. Jack Robertson, 52 Storie Street. 
COMMERCIAL UNION, Fire and Life— R. Wotherspoon Sc Brownli», 

50 Maxwellton ; D. C Bell, Union Bank. 
County, Fire — James Macduff, 94 High Street; Angus Keay, 12 

High Street ; James Hay, 10 High Street. 
City of Glasgow — Andrew Millar, jun., 8 Gilmour Street ; Alexander 

Gardner, 3 Moss Street ; John Adam, 9 Gilmour Street. 
Crown Assurance, Life— Thomas Donald, 103 High Street. 
Employers' Liabilitj^ Assurance Corporation — Joseph Whitehead, 16 

Moss Street ; A. M. Philips, Union Bank of Scotland. 
English and Scotch Law, Life — Eeids & Campbell, 3 County Place. 
EDINBURGH, LIFE — CWest of Scotland Branch, 112 St. Vincent 

Street, Glasgow) — Robert Armour, 109 Causeyside ; James 

Macduff, 94 High Street ; Andrew Paterson, British Linen 

Bank ; Angus Keay, 12 High Street. 
GENERAL, Fire and Life— John Carswell, 4 High Street ; Thomas 

Donald, 103 High Street ; A. M. Whiteford, 17 Castle Street. 
Guardian Plate Glass — Jas. Winning, Terrace Buildings, 109 High 

Street; J. D. Wilson, 12 High Street. 
Hand-in- Hand — A. B. Stewart, 6 Forbes Place. 
IMPERIAL, Fire and Life — D. Gilmour, 6 Causeyside ; William 

Murray, 15 Gilmour Street; Andrew Paterson, 10 Glen Lane. 
Insurance Company of Scotland, Fire — A. Ci-aig Muir, 47 Oakshaw 

Street ; John Bartlemoro, County Buildings (North End) ; J. D. 

Wilson, 12 High Street. 
Lancashire. Fire and Life — Alexander Gardner, 3 Caledonia Street. 
Lancashire and Yorkshire, Accident^ — J. Jack Robertson, 52 Storie 

Street. 
Life Association of Scotland — W. J. Ormiston, Royal Bank. 
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE, Fire and Life— 

(Glasgow Office, 128 Ingram Street)— R. & T. Russeil, 7 High 

Street ; John M'Gown, School ef Art Buildings, Gilmour 

Street ; Robert Boyd, 46 Moss Street ; Wra. Reid, jun.. County 

Place ; John Muir, 23 Moss Street ; James Lang, 31 High Street; 

Angus Keay, 12 High Street. 
London and General Plate Glass — James Adam, 19 Moss Street. 



APPENDIX. 57 



Loudon and Lancashire, Fire and Life — Mr Wotherspoon, 50 Max- 
wellton. 

London Guarantee and Accident (Limited) — Robert Armour, 109 
Oauseyside ; E* W. Muir, Anufield Villa, Castlehead. 

London and Staffordshire — James Millar & Son, 106 Oauseyside. 

Manchester Fire — Tliomas Walker, 8 Gilmour Street. 

National Provincial Plate Glass Insurance Company — Joseph White- 
head, 16 Moss Street. 

National Provident Institution, Life — W. J. Ormiston, Royal Bank. 

Northern, Fire and Life — A. M* Ross, County Buildings. 

NORTH BRITISH ANL MERCANTILE, Fire and Life— (Glasgowr 
Office, 102 St. Vincent Street) — Robert Armour, 109 Oausey- 
side ; M'lunes, Mackenzie, & Lochhead, 7 Gilmour Street; George 
Seton Veitch, Bank of Scotland ; John Adam, 9 Gilmour Street ; 
W. J. Ormiston, Royal Bank, 

NORWICH UNION, Fireand Life— James B. Larab, 12 High Street; 
J. D. Wilson, 12 High Street ; K. W. Muir, Annfield Villa, 
Castlehead ; Thos. F. Reid, 4 Oauseyside. 

Norwich Equitable, Fire — William J. Ormiston. 

Norwich and London Accident — A. C. Muir, 47 Oakshaw Street. 

Pelican, Life — Thomas Walker, 8 Gilmour Street. 

Phoenix, Fire — James Winning, Terrace Buildidgs, 109 High Street. 

Phoenix, Life — Thomas Walker, 8 Gilmour Street. 

Prudential Insurance — William Hill, Garthland House. 

QUEEN, Fire and Life — Wotherspoon & Brownlle, 50 Max well ton ; 
A. B, Stewart, 6 Forbes Place ; James M'Intyre, 23 High 
Street. 

Railway Passenger, Accidental — A. Craig Muir, 47 Oakshaw Street ; 
Wm. Auchterlonie, Goods Station ; Stewart M'Oowatt, Passen- 
ger Station. 

Renfrewshire Agricultural, Cattle — Young & Martin, County 
Buildings. 

Royal Insurance Company of Liverpool, Fire and Life — Ja. Cald- 
well & Muir, 33 Old Sneddon ; John Anderson, 5 County 
Place ; James Ross, Commercial Bank, 6 Gilmour Street. 

Scottish Accident Insui'ance — Hodgart & Anderson, 97 High Street ; 

Angus Keay, 12 High Street ; W. J. Ormiston, Royal Bank ; J. 

D. Wilson, 12 High Street ; W. R. Becket, 3 Buchanan Terrace ; 

A. B. Stewart, 6 Forbes Place. 

Scottish Amicable, Life — John M'Gown, School of Art Buildings, 

Gilmour Street. 
SCOTTISH COMMERCIAL, Life— (Glasgow Office, 133 West 
George Street) — J. N. Gardner, 3 County Place ; Peter 
Guilleaume, National Bank ; Hodgart & Anderson, 97 High 
Street. 

Scottish Equitable — Robert Boyd, 46 Moss Street. 
SCOTTISH IMPERIAL, Fire and Life— (Head Office, 1 51 West 
George Street, Glasgow) — Thomas Finlator, Royal Bank of 
Scotland, St. Mirren Street ; Alexander Semple, 16 Gilmour 
Street ; Thomas Muir, 23 Moss Street ; Alexander Macfarlane, 
16 Old Sneddon. 



9 8 Appendix. 

Scottish Provincial^ Aberdeen, Fire and Life— Eeids aud Ganlpbelli 

3 County Place ; Hodgart & Anderson, 97 High Street ; James 

Ross^ Commercial Bank, 6 Gilraour Street. 
Scottish Provident Institution, Life— James Macduff, 100 High 

Street : A. Craig Muir, 47 Oakshaw Street; 
Scottish Provident Investment (^Limited)— James H. Duddj School 

of Art Buildlogs. 
Scottish Natioual, Fire and Life— R. Gongalton ; A. B. Stewartj 6 

Forbes Place. 
SCOTTISH UNION, Fire and Life— Young & Martin, County 

Buildings ; George Hartj County Place ; J. Jack Robertsouj 

52 Storie Street ; A. B. Stewart, 6 Forbes Place. 
Scottish Widows' Fuud, Life— Mr Wotherspoon and Mr Brownlie, 

60 Maxwellton ; James Adam, Fergnslie Villa ; Joseph 

Whitehead-, 16 Moss Street; R. W. Muir, Auufield Villaj 

Castleheadk 
Scottish Plate Glass— Jamea Adam & Son, 18 Moss Street. 
Standard, Life— J. B. Hatrick, 18 Gilmour Street ; J. D. Wilson, 

12 High Street. 
Steam Boiler— James H. Dunn, School of Art Buildings. 
Sun, Fire and Life— James H. Dunn, School of Art Buildings* 
WEST OF ENGLAND, Fire and Life-Pollock & Co., 2 Forbes 

Place ; Dalrymple Lyle, 4 High Street ; G. Wilson Pollock, 

Oakshawhill ; Duncan M'Laren, Union Bank. 
Westminster^ Fire aud Life— Joseph Whitehead, 16 Moss Street. 
Welsh Provincial, Fire and Life— Pollock & Co., 2 Forbes Place. 
UNION, Fire and Life— VV. M'Laren MCalloch, Local Manager, 311 

Hope Street, Glasgow. 
'■^ ctoria Life— James Christie, 6 Wardrop Street. 

"" PAISLEY HIGHLANDERS' ASSOCIATION. " 

Chief, P. Comyn Macgregor, Lonend House* 

President, Andrew Ross, East Public School. 

Vice-President, John Matheson, 24 Oakshaw Street. 

Secretary, Malcolm Macfarlane, 12 High Street* 

Treasurer, Juhn Maclnnes, 32 Newton Street. 

Bank Holidays. 

New Year's Day, Good Friday, Christmas, first Monday in May, 
and First Monday in August. 

Bills falling due on any of these days are payable on the next 
lawful day. 

Upon Fast Days and other Local Holidays the Bank offices are 
open only between 9 and 11 a.m» Bills due on any such days may 
be paid the previous day. 

Omnilaiis Traf&c. 

Omnibuses run between Paisley and Glasgow on Sundays, and 
between Paisley and Renfrew on Sundays only; daily betweea 
Barrhead and Paisley ; and hourly every day (Sunday excepted) 
betw«8u County Place and West-End. 



APPENDIX. 



Fees for Froelamation of Baxuis, 

PARISH CHUBCHES. 
For Two or Three Sundays, ... .,, 2s 6d, 

For One Sunday only, ... ... ... 10s 6d, 

Where the Parties reside in any two of the Parishes within the 
Begistration District of Paisley, only One Fee is charged. 

BURGH REGISTER OFFICE. 
The Fee for Publication of Marriage is 23 6d for Parties residing 
■within the Registration District. Seven Clear Days' Notice must 
be given, 

Burying: &roiinds, &raye Diggrerg, &c- 

4.bbey Church— Henry M'Pherson, superintendent of Abbey Buryiug 

Ground, 4 Smithhills, 
A-bbey Close United Presbyterian Church — John Begg, 24 Gottoa 

Street. 
Canal Street United Presbyterian Church — John Muir, 127 George 

Street, snperintendent of Burying Ground. 
Cemetery, 68 Broomlands— John Murray, superintendent of Paisley 

Cemetery Burying Grounds, 58 Broomlands. 
Gaelic Chureh— David Robertson, 13 Oakshaw Street. 
High and Low Churches — Matthew Thomson, 15 West Brae. 
Martyrs' Chureh, 50 Broomlands. Now united to Cemetery Grounds. 

Apply to John Murray, superintendent, 58 Broomlands. 
Oakshaw Street Uuited Presbyterian Chureh— Joseph A, Falconer 

4 Meeting-house Brae. 
Oakshaw Street Free (late R.P.) Church— David Currie, 3^ 

Oakshaw Street. 
Thread Street United Presbyterian Church — James Dalziel, superin- 

tendeat of Burying Ground, 31 Thread Street. 
South Church — Alexander Weatherston, 2 Alesandra Place. 



PAISLEY LAWN TENNIS CLUB, 

Ground, Greenlaw. 

OflBce-Bearors. 

President, Alex. Fullerton, jun, Vice-President, R. K. Bell. 

Treasurer, Jas. Begg. Secretary, Jas. Gardner, 3 County Place. 

Committee. 



W. Y. Young, M.A. 
A. M'William. 
Wm. Lang, jun. 



R. Rowat. 

Geo. Hamilton, jun. 



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PRINTING & STATIONERY 

ESTABLISHMENT. 



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In tTie FiTst Style, and cut fhe most 
MODERATE PRICES. 



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RENFREW. 



ADAM, ELIZABETH, spirit dealer, 28 Canal street— 

house, do. 
Anderson, Thomas, cashier, London Works — house, 

Croftvale 
ANDREWS, WILLIAM GEORGE, hardware and 

china merchant, 6 Fulbar street — house, do. 

Baird, James, carrier and cowfeeder, 17 Queen street 

Baird, Robert, coal merchant, Fulbar street — house, Ann- 
field place, Paisley 

Barr, Miss, hardware and fancy goods, 12 High street — 
house, 14 do. 

Battersbv, Robert, confectioner, 32 High street 

BELL, JOHN, & SON, dyers, Millburn Dyeworks, High 
street 

BELL, WILLIAM, of Joho Bell & Son, Millburn 

BLAIR, JAMES, grocer, Hairst street 

Blair, Janet, fruiterer and confectioner, 1 Wilson street 

Brecketiridge, David, grocer, 5J High street 

BROW^, ANDREW, of William Simons & Co., Castle- 
hill House, Ferry road 

Brown, William, Queen street 

Bryce, James, Ferry manager. North Ferry House 

Buchanan, Archibald, registrar of births, &c,., for the 
Parish of Renfrew, assessor for the Burgh of Rea- 
frew, 43 Queen street 

Buchanan, Mrs A., grocer, 23 Meadowside street 

Buchanan, Angus, 7 Clyde street 

Buchanan, Thomas, tailor and clothier, 3 Manse street 



Calderwood, John, grocer, 1 Paisley road 
Caldwell, Hugh, slater, 9 Canal street 
CAMERON, JAMES, Town Chamberlain, Municipal 
buildings—chouse, Westfield, Paisley road 

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CAMPBELL, SIR ARCHIBALD C, Bart,, of Blyths^ 

■wood — Blytbswood House 
Campbell, John, house painter, Hairst street — house, Bell 

street 
Carlan, Miss, refreshment i*ooms, 13 Ferry road 
CARRUTH, JAMES, wine and spirit merchant, 1 Canal 

street — house, do. 
Clancher, Alex., draper, Croft cottage 
Cleland, Andrew, watchmaker, 59 Hairst street 
Coiquhoun, David, joiner, Blythswood lodge 
Colquhoun, Janet, grocer, 57 High street 
Co-operative Grocery Store, 42 High street 
Craig, Alexander, spirit merchant, Canal street 
Crawford, James, grocer, 6 High street— house, 21 

Meadowside street 
CUMMIN G, JOHN, tlesher, The Cross— house, 32 Bell 

c + 1'P of, 

CUNis'INGHAM, DAVID, of John H. M'Nab & Co., 

Moorpark — house, Hillside cottage, Barrhead 
Cunningham, James, stationer, 62 Fulbar street 
Cunningham, William, sexton, 23 Wilson street 
Cuthbert, Alexander, & Son, boot and shoe manufac- 
turers, 1 1 High street 
Cuthbertson, James, grocer, 15 High street — house, Mid 
Faulds cottage 

Davidson, John, tinsmith and gasfitter, 55 High street 
Denholm, C, joiner, Hairst street — house, 84 High street 
DICKIE, WILLIAM, flesher, 35 High street — house, do. 
Dickson & Co., drapers, 29 High street 
DONALD, ANDREW, grocer and wine merchant, 16 

and 18 Canal street — house, Paisley road 
DOUGLAS, WILLIAM, wine and spirit merchant, 19 

Meadowside street— house, 31 Ferry road 
Douglas, Mrs W^illiani, grocer, 126 High street 
Dowie, James, law clerk, Campbell street 
Duncan Archibald, chemical manufacturer, Muirpark 
Puncan, James, grocer, 5 High street — house, 62 Fulbap 

street 



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63 



DUNCAN, ROBERT, grocer, 8 Fiilbar street— house, 2 
Wilson street 

Elder, Matthew, draper, 8 Orchard street 
Evers, Rev. P. W., R C, 60 Fulbar street 

Ferguson, John, boilermaker, 29 Haifst street 
Findlay, Mrs Alexander, spirit dealer, 3 Canal street- 
house, 2 Wilson street 
Findlay. John, officer of Free Church, 38 Bell street 
FRASER, ALEXANDER, funeral undertaker, and 

carriage hirer, 18 Hairst Street — house, 20 do. 
Fraser, Greorge, keeper of the Freejiasons' Hall, 9 High 

street 
Freeland, Lachland, grocer, 41 High street 
Fulton, John, manager of Gas works, 21 Ferry road 

Gallocher, Owen, wine and spirit dealer, 39 High street 

— house, 37 do, 
Garlick, John B., sniith and farrier, Queen street, off 

High street 
Oarven, Matthew, railway station master, Fulbar street 
GILL, ANDREW, & Co., blacksmiths, 56 Fulbar street 
Gilchrist & Co., clothiers, Hairst street — house, High 

street 
Glen, George, manager, of distillery, Yoker 
Glen, James, druggist and 'news agent, 14 Canal street 

HERRON, WH.LIAM, writer & Town Clerk, and agent 
for the Union Bank of Scotland, Municipal Build- 
ings — house, Argyle Lodge 
Hillcoat, Anthony, Spirit merchant, Newton, Paisley road 
Hiilcoat, Daniel, joiner, Newton, Paisley road 
Hunter & Collie, cabinet makers and ships' cabin 

furnishers, Porterfield 
HUTCHISON, D. T., plasterer. Bell street 
Hutchison, Andrew, wine and spirit merchant, 69 High 

street — house, Bell street 
HUTCHISON, D. T., grocer, 17J Bell street 



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INGLIS, PETER, Superintendent of Police and Sanitary 
Inspector, Police Office — house, 11 Bell street 

Ireland, Mrs John, grocer, 65 Hairst street 

Irvine, James grocer, 18 Canal street — ^ house, 6 Richard 
street 

JACK, JOHN, of Lobnitz & Co., Home Cottage, Paisley- 
road 

Johnston, David P., commercial traveller, 4 Houston 
terrace 

Johnston, Thomas, maker of teak flower pots, Saw Mills, 
Fulbar street 

Kennedy, Peter, wine and spirit merchant, 42 High 

street 
Keter, William, farmer, Bogside 

LANG-, T. B., Houston terrace. Paisley road 

LANG, Miss M. B., teacher. Lady Campbell's School, 

Houston terrace, Paisley road 
Lang, Miss Jane, teacher, Lady Campbell's School, 

Houston terrace. Paisley road 
Lang, Robert, spirit dealer, 1 Manse street 
Lawrie, Robert, cowfeeder, 1 Bell street 
Lamont, Neil, spirit merchant, 42 Fulbar street 
Liddel, Archibald, grocer, 1 Church street — house, 3 do. 
Linton, Maggie, draper, 33 Fulbar street 
Linton, George, slater, 35 Fulbar street 
LOBNITZ & CO , engineers and shipbuilders, Slip Dock 
LOBNITZ, HENRY C, of Lobnitz & Co., Clarence 

House, High street 
Lorimer, Mrs William, 32 High street 
Lorimer, Walter, ironmonger, 65 High street — house, 21 

Queen street. 
Loudon, John, builder, corner of Inchiunan road 
LOUDON, WHjLIAM, coal merchant, railway station, 

Fulbar street — house, 27 Ferry road 

Main, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 26 Canal street 
Marshall, Mrs Jane, confectioner, 34 High street 



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Meikie, Robert, farmer, Fauldshead 

Meikleham, James, farmer, Mossland 

MILLAR, WILLIAM, house agent, 61 Hairst street 

house, 1 Glebe street 
Milne, R. S., Inspector of Agents, Scottish Imperial 

Insurance Co., Alexandra Drive 
Mitchell, Miss, teacher of Female Industrial School, High 

street 
MORRISON, JOHN, & SONS, coppersmiths, brass- 

founders, plumbers, Meadowside Works, Ferry road 
MOYES, REV. CHARLES, U.P. Manse, Paisley road 
Munro, Thomas, grocer, 2 Hairst street — house, 9 Dunlop 

street 
MYLES, JAMES, factor— office. Terrace Buildiugs, 

Paisley — house, Deanside, Glasgow road 

M^Adara, Mrs, confectioner, 33 Manse street 

M'Coll, Alexander, boot and shoemaker, 2 High street 

M'CORMICK, JOHN, wine and spirit merchant, 21 

Hairst street— house, 57 do, 
M'Donald, Thomas, hairdresser. Fulbar street' 
McDonald, Mrs, spirit dealer, 15 Ferrv road 
M'Donald, John, farmer, Porterfield 
M'Ewing, John, grocer, 18 High street— house, 34 do. 
M'GILP, GEORGE, coal agent, Fulbar street 
G'Guire, Edward, baker, 34 High street 
M'Hutcheson, A., draper, 5 Canal street — house, Inchin- 

nan road 
MTntyre, Mrs John, grocer, 86 High street 
M'Kechnie, William, spirit merchant, 23 High street 
M'Kechnie, John, wine and spirit merchant. Ferry Hotel 
M'KECHNIE, ROBERT, wright and funeral undertaker, 

Fulbar street — house, Bell street 
M'Kenzie, Robert, stationer anl prirtsr. Municipal Build • 

ings. Cross — house, Campbell street 
M'KENZIE, THOMAS, Inspector of Poor, and collector 

of Poor Rates ; clerk of the Statute Labour Road 

Trustees for the Parish of Renfrew ; and clerk to 

Burgh and Landward Parish School Boards, 70 

Fulbar street 

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M'Kenzie, Mrs confectioner, 29 Hairst street 

M'Kenzie, Robert, draper, 15 Canal street 

M'Kelvie, Alexander, confectioner, 100 High street 

M'Kerral, John, tailor and clothier, 7 High street 

M'Kialay, Misses, Renfield House, Fnlbar lane 

M'Kinnon,.H., grocer, 13 Canal street 

M'Lachlan, Allan, wine and spirit merchant, 53 Ferry 
road 

M'Lauchlan, Thomas, grocer, 18 Canal street 

M'Lean, Mrs, grocer, 3 Ferry road 

M'Mahon, William, spirit merchant, 7 Clyde street 

M'Millan, John, manager of Prince of Wales' Coffee 
Palace, Fulbar street 

M'Millan, Mrs Janet, wine and spirit merchant, 107 High 
s^,reet 

MACNAB, JOHN H., & CO., power-loom cloth manu- 
facturers, Moorpark 

Neilson, Rev, David, minister of the Free Church — 
— manse, Renfield street 

Park, Mrs, spirit dealer, 28 Manse street 

Park. James, spirit merchant, 23 Canal street 

Paton, John, farmer, 63 Queen street 

Pattison, Hugh W., surgeon, 31 Hairst street 

Prince of Wales' Coffee Palace, Fulbar street— John 

M'Millan, manager 
Provan, Mrs, Paisley road 
Pryde, Miss Mary, mistress of female department, 

Grammar School, High street 

Rankine, James, boot merchant, 11 High street— house? 

17 Manse street 
Reid, Johnstone, grocer 67 Hairst street 
Renfrew Working Men's Investment and Building 

Society 9 High street 
Renfrew, John, boot and shoemaker, 21 Canal street — 

house 34 Orchard street 
Rennie, Robert, grocer. 65 High street 
Ritchie, Mrs W., baker, 17 High street 



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EOBERTSON, DR JAMES, Clydeside House 
Eobin, Mrs, Croft-an-Eeigh Cottage, Glebe street 

SHEARER, ARCHIBALD, master of dredger, Rose 
bale, Paisley road 

SIMONS, WILLIAM, & CO.,. shipbuilders and engin- 
eers, London Works, Meadowside street 

SIMONS, WILLIAM, of William Simons & Co., Yoker 
lodge, Yoker 

Sinclair, D., joiner, 19 Queen street 

Sinclair, Neil, grocer, 40 Fulbar street 

Smilie, David, confectioner, 60 High street 

Smith, Robert, wine and spirit merchant, 23 High street 

Speirs, Lady Anne, of Elderslie — residence, Hill street, 
Berkeley square, London 

Speirs & Gibb, coal merchants, Fulbar street — agent, 
Robert Baird 

Stephen, Rev. Robert, M.A., minister of the Estab- 
lished Church, The Manse, Alexandra Drive 

Steven, James, flesher, 6|- High street 

Stevens, William Goldie, physician and surgeon, Fulbar 
street — house, Paisley road 

Stewart, Allan, ironfounder, Castlehill Foundry — house 
Longer oft Cottage 

Stewart, Allan, spirit merchant, 25 High street — house, 
57 Hairst street 

Stewart, John, potato merchant, 102 High street 

Stobo, George, M.D., Paisley road 



Thomson, John, draper, 37 Queen street 

Tait, Mrs, ironmonger, 16 High street 

TENNENT, CHARLES, & Co., manufacturing chemists, 

Orchard street 
Thomson, James, grocer, 33 Fulbarstreet — house, 21 Bell 

street 
Thonson, James, blacksmith, 21 Hairst street 
Todd, James, spirit merchant, 46 Fulbar street 
Tripney, David, 23 Meadowside street 



68 RENIM£EW. 



VERNAL, ROBERT W., grocer 17^ Bell street— house, 

64 High street 
Vernal, Dugald, ironmonger, 17 Canal street— house, 19 

do. 
Vernal, William, shoemaker, 64 High street ' 

WALKER, JOHN, of Lobnitz & Co., Meadowflat 

Walker, Henry, wine and spirit merchant, 19 Hairst st. 

Wardlaw, David, baker, 46 High street 

Wardlaw, Ralph, Millbiirn House 

Warren, John, flesher, C^l Hairst Street 

Waterston, Mrs George, wine and spirit merchant, Castle- 

hill inn, 29 Canal street 
Watson, Donald, wholesale stationer and fancy goods 

merchant, 4 High street (Cross) 
Watson, Henry, saddler, 31 High street 
Watson, James, flesher, 20 Canal Street — house,l Queen's 

place 
Weir, Mrs James, grocer, and post-mistress, 53 High 

street — house, 51 do. 
Whyte, James, & Son, plumbers and gasfitters, 7 Manse 

street 
White, Archibald, grocer, 75 High street— house, 7 

Manse street 
White, Andrew, gas manager, Gasworks 
White, Miss Marion, teacher of pianoforte, 9 Manse street 
Wilson, James, flesher, 49 High street — house, 14 Queen 

street 
WOOD, JAMES, & Co., coal merchants, Railway 

station, Fulbar street — agent, George M'Gilp 
WRIGHT DANIEL, St. Thomas' Croft 
Wright, Mrs, Pinkerton House 
Wright, Peter, Knock Farm 

Young, Thomas, confectioner 



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APPENDIX 



MAGISTRATES. 

Andrew Brown, Provost. 

Robert M'Keuzie and David Ouuningham, BailieS; 

Councillors; 

Bayid WallacPj Dean of Guild; Audrew HntchisoUj Treasurer. 



0. 0, M-DunKJd. 
Daniel Wright. 
James Donaldson. 



Alexander laucher. 
Thos. B. Lang. 
James Thomsonj 



Allan Stewarts 

William Herron, Town Clerk. James Cameron. Town Chamberlaia, 

Thomas Russell, Procurator-FiHcal. 

Peter Inglis, Superintendent of Police. 

Peter Inglis, Inspector of Wtiights and Measures* 

The management of the Police is vested in the Town CounciL 

Burgh Court held fortnightly on alternate Mondays. 

JUSTICE^ OF THE PEACE. 

Eenfrevv District. 

Provost and Magistrates for the time being* 

Andrew Brown. James Myles* 

William Bell. James Robertson, M.D. 

Assessor under the Lands Valuation Act — Archibald BuchanaHj 

Queen Street, Renfrew. 
Quarter Sessions held first Tuesday of March, May, and August, 
and last Tuesday of October. Meetings tor considering License 
Certifi cates held firstJTuesday of May and last Tuesday of Octub.er. 

PUBLIC OFFICES, &c. 

Town Clerk's Office, Municipal Buildings — William Herron, Town 
Clerk. 

Chamberlain's Office, Municipal Buildings — James Cameron, Cham- 
berlain. 

Assessor's Office, Queen Street — Archibald Buchanan, Assessor. 

Sanitary Bsrgh Inspector's Office, Municipal Buildings — Peter 
Ingli«, Inspector 

Sanitary (Landward) Inspector's Office, 70 Fulbar Street — Thonaas 
Mackenzie, Inspector. 

Collector's Office for Registration, Valuation, &c.. Rates, 70 Fulbar 
Street — I homas Mackenzie, Collector. 

Post Office, 53 High Street — Mrs James Weir, Postmistress. 

Registrar's Office, 43 Queen Street — Archibald Buchanan, Registrar. 

Session Clerk's Office, Municipal Buildings — Wm. Herron, Session 
Clerk. 

Statute Labour Road Trust Office, 70 Fulbar Street — Thomas Mac- 
kenzie, Clerk and Collector. 

Gas, Harbour, and Public Rates Office, Municipal Buildings — James 
Cameron, Collector. -, 

Union Bank, Municipal Buildings — Wm. Herron. Agent. 



70 RENFREW. 

WRITER. 
William Herron, Union Bank, Municipal Buildings, . 

SURGEONS. 
Hugh W. Pattison. I W. Goldie Stevensi 

George Stobo, M.D. | James Robertson, M.D. . 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

f^William Herron, Town Clerk, Munici- 
Scottish Union and National •} pal Buildings. 

(James Myles, Factor, Deanside. 
Scottish Provident Institution, Jaiues CameroUj Town Chamberlain* 
Liverpool & London & Globe,. ..James Cameron, Town Chamberlain. 

Northern, Thos. Mackenzie, 70 Fulbar Street. 

Scottish Accident, "i 

Scottish Plate Glass, V R. S. Milne, Alexandra Drive 

Scottish Imperial Fire & LifeJ 

Life Association of Scotland^ Thos. Mackenzie, 70 Fulbar Street 

Loudon and Lancashire, .Thos. Mackenzie, 70 Fulbar Street 

Accident Insurance Co.,... William Herron, 

STATUTE LABOUR ROAD TRUSTEES. 
Thomas Mackenzie, Clerk and CoMector. 

PAROCHIAL BOARD. 

Office -70 Fulbar Street; 

Dr Robertson, ChairmaUi Thomas Mackenzie* Inspector of Poor, 
Collector of Poor Rates, and Sanitary Inspector for the Laud- 
ward Part of Parish. 

. »- 

PO -T OFFICE, 53 High Street. 
Mrs James Weir, Postmistress, 
ARRIVALS. BOX CLOSESi 

7.30 a.m. I 10 a.m. I 5.5 p.m. | 8.15 a.m. | 2.20 p.m. | 6.35 p.m. 

SCHOOL BOARD, BURGH OF RENFREW. 
Thomas Anderson, Chairman. 



Wm. Thomson. 

Rev. Peter Wil iam Evers, R.O. 

James Bowie. 



Thos. B. Lang. 
Daniel Wright. 
Ex-Provost Stewart. 



James Cameron, Clerk, Correspondent, and Treasurer. 
Wm* Vernal, Officer. 



SCHOOL BOARD (LANDWARD PART) PARISH OF 
RENFREW. 
Barnet Harvey, Chairman. 
Rev. G. D. R. Munro. j Patrick Costello. 

Charles Connell. | James Myles. 

Thomas Mackenzie, Clerk and Correspondent. 
James Cameron, Treasurer. Wm. Vernal, Officer. 



RENFREW. 71 



SCHOOLS. 

GRAMMAR SCHOOL AND BLYTHSWOOD TESTIMONIAL, 

Renfield Street. 

Head Mastar — Jobu M'Glashan, 

Assistants— John Adam and William Osborne, 

Female Teachers — Marion Law, Margaret Stewart, and Agnes Barr 



FEMALE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, 127 High Street. 

Patroness — Lady Aune Speirs, of Elderslie. 
Miss Mitchell, Teacher. 

LADY CAMPBELL'S SCHOOL, 63 Manse Street. 
Miss M. B. Lang, Teacher, 
Miss Carmichael, Assistant, 

Infant Department. 

Miss Jane Lang, Teacher, 

Miss Shearer, Assistant. 

ST. JAMES' R.C. SCHOOL, Fhlbar Street, 
Miss Ennis, Teacher. 

SOCIETIES. 
Renfrew Prince of Wales Masonic Lodge, No. 426. — William 
Loudou, E.W.M. ; Thomas Lang, S.W. • Jaiues Knox, J.W. ; R. S, 
Milne, Secretary ; Thomas Whyte, Treasurer^ George Eraser, 
Tyler, Rooms, 9 High street. 

Rerfreto Working Mens Investment and Building Society (^Limited), 
6 Blythsioood Road —'Rohevi Rankin, President ; R. S, Milne, Secre- 
tary ; Charles Dougal, Treasurer. 

Reifrew Rose Fiiendly Society. — Instituted 30th March, 1867. — 
Alexander Mair, President ; MichaelM'Gown, Yice-President ; Wm. 
Buckle, Treasurer ; William Reid, Sei;retaiy. With sixteen ©f a 
committee. 

Renfrew RlHe Coifs. — J. R. Wood, Captain ; William Lomd-oa, 
Lienteuant ; Robert S. Milne, LieuteHaut ; Wm. Vernal j Oolour- 
S^'geant. 

Renfrew K^tg^s Inch Curling Club. — A. A. Speirs, Esp., ol Eldersiie, 
Patron ; Lady Aune|Speirs, Patrfmess ; James Myles, President ; 
Allan Stewart, Vice-Presideut^; William Herron and James Myles, 
Representative Members ; ReV. Robert Stephen, Chaplain ; WiHiam 
Hei'rou, Secretary and Treasurer. 

Renfrew Horticultural Society — Wm. Herv-on, President ; Joba 
Methven, Vice-President ; James Cameron, Treasurer; R«bert S. 
Mi9-ne, Secretary ; Serge-ant Kerap, Collector. 

Renfrew Boivling Club. — 3. Canneron, President; Wm. Thomeon, 
Treasurer ; Walter Shearer, Secretary. 

f'ootball Club. — Thomas Anderson, Presidfej»t ; John Guthriej 
Vice-President ; D. C. Brock, Secretary; Jamea Syme, 'Match Secre-j 
tayy and Treasurer, 



72 RENFREW. 



CHURCHES. 



ESTABLISHED CHURCH, Church Steeet. 
Rev. R. Stephen, M.A., Minister. | William Herron, Session-Clerk. 
Williaui Loudon, Officer. 
The SACRAMENT takes place on the last Sundays of January 
aad June. 



FREE CHURCH, Renfield Stkbet. 
Rev. David Neilson, Minister. I Andrew Brown, Session-Clerk. 
John Chalmers, Precentor. | John Findlay, OfiScer, 

The SACRAMENT takes place on the last Sundays of March and 
September. 



UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Paisley Road. 

Rev. Charles Moyes, 

— M' Walter, Precentor | James Donaldson, Session-Clerk. 

John M'Lellan. Officer. 

Fj^IRS are held on the third Tuesday of May and s-econd Friday 
(Of June. 

Market Day, Saturday. 
FAST DAYS — Last Thursdays of January and June, 

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. 'Buses also run to 
Glasgow. Carriers to Glasgow every Monday, Wednesday, and 

Friday. 



POPULATION OF RENFREW. 




Census 1881. 




Males. Females. 


Total. 


Parliamentary Burgh, ... 2470 ... 2355 ,. 


. 4825 


Royal do., ... 2597 ... 2517 .. 


. 5114 


Police do., ... 2795 . . 2707 .. 


. 5602 


Landward Parts, 1016 ... 859 .. 


. 187'5 



RENFREW, with Rutherglen, Dumbarton, Kilmarnock, and Portr 
Crlasgow, return one member to Parliament. Kilmarnock is lEo 
returning Burgh. Patiiameutary cpustitueucy, 521 ] municipal do., 
570. Mr Dick Peddie, M.P. 



JOHNSTON 



ADAM, ROBERT, broker, 8 Church street 

Aitken, AVilliam, c©oper, Buchanan street 

Allan, James, flesher, 17 High street 

Allan, James, coal merchant, Johnstone station 

Allan, James, of Thomson & Allan, 11 William street 

Allan, John, joiner, Cartside street 

Allan, Miss, tobaccomist, 19 William sfireet 

Anderson, Charles, baker, 31 High street 

ANDERSON, JAMES, 5 Rankine street 

Andrew, Alexander, general warehouse, 25 High street 

Andrew, William, at Storer & Sons 

Armour, James, George street 

Armour, Stewart, grocer, 20 High street — house, 8 do. 

Baird, James, Old Mill 

Barbour, David, tobacconist, 64 High street 

Barbour, William., Ha2;g Mill 

BARNETT, jlMES,"at Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co.'s— 

residence, Lily Bank House 
Barnett, Hugh, insurance agent, Lily Ban'k Ho-use 
Baird, Alexander, treffsurer, Flag Mill Friendly Society, 

27 Rankine street 
Barr, Agnes, draper, 40 High street 
Barr, James, islater, Hagg crescenf: 
Barr, John, cowfeeder, Greenend Cx^ttage 
BARE, JOHN, wood turner, Milliken Mills, Milliken 

Park 
B^rtlemore, Alexander, banker, Union Bank — house, 

Thorjiwood, Kilmal<5olm 
Baxter, David, 2 Macdowall street 
Btixter, Robert, hairdresser, 39 High street 
BAXTER, \An[LLTAM, boot and shoe maker, Johnstone 

Boot and Shoe Warehrmse, 67 High street — li«ouse, 

above shop 

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74 JOHNSTONE. 



Bayne, Miss, draper, 23 High street 

Beaton, Neil, wine and sjDirit merchant, 56 Houstoun 

square 
Bell, Robert, Hagg crescent 
Bannie, Mrs, Cartside street 
SWeridge, M., coal merchant, Cartside Station 
BIGGART, D,, & SONS,cotton spinners and bleachers, 

Peockland Mills — house, Peockland Cottage 
Biggart, David, of D. Biggart & Sons, Millbank Cottage 
Bishop, John, draper, 68 High street 
Black, Thomas, contractor, Graham street 
Blackadder, Mrs, confectioner, 18 High street 
Blackburn, Robert, spinning master at Browns, Malloch, 

& Co,, High street 
Blackwood, David, feuar, 6 Graham street 
Blackwood, J. L., flesher, 6 Graham street 
Blair, Miss, china merchant, 62 High street 
■ Blair, Robert, Thorn 
Blair, Robert, wine and spirit merchant, 83 High street 

—house, Bank place, Collier street 
Bone, Alexander, porter, Canal House 
Boyd, Mrs John, Walkinshaw street 
Boyd, R. H., Hagg crescent 
Boyle, Mrs John, fish dealer and fruit merchant, 37 

High street 
Bradshaw, Philip, spirit merchant, Cartside, Milliken 

Park — house, Kilbarclmn 
Braid, Mrs J., 62 High street 
British Workman's Public House, 73 High street— man- 

a£er, John Barr 
Brown, George, spirit dealer, 16 Macdowall street 
Brown, John, Floors street 
Brown, Mrs, broker, 41 High street 
Brown, William, shopman to D. Watt, spi^t merchant, 

34 Laigh Cartside street 
Brov,ni, Vriiiiam, carter, 13Rankine street 
BROW NS, MALLOCH, & CO., cotton sjjiiiners, John- 

st( ne and Elderslie 
Buchar an, Alexander, eating-house keeper, 26 High 

street 



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Buchanan, James, provision merchant, 35 High street 
Buchanan, Mrs, grocer, 17 Church street 
Buchanan, Walter, picking master, at Browns, Malloch, 
. & Co.'s 
Buchanan, William, potato merchant^ 67 High street, and 

net manufacturer, 8 Macdowall street 
Burnett, David, at John M'Dowall & Sons 

CALDWELL, JAMES, feuar, Buchanan street 

Cahiwell, John, grocer, 14 William street 

Caldwell, John, grocer, Houstoun square 

Caldwell, Mrs, dressmaker, Houstoun square 

Caldwell, William, insurance agent and house factor, 20 

Walkinshaw street 
Cameron, Alexander, teacher, Cartside street 
Cameron, Daniel, broker, 8 William street 
Cameron, James, flesher, 29 High street — house, 1 Walk^ 

inshaw street 
Cameron, Matthew, spirit merchant, 2 George street 
Cameron, Robert, carter, Graham street 
Campbell, John, 25 William street 
CAMPBELL, J. M., inspector of poor -office, 25 Church 

street 
Campbell, Mrs, boot and shoe shop, 71 High street 
Campbell, William, boot and shoemaker, Graham street 
Campbell, William, grocer, 1 Macdowall street 
Carruthers, George, minister of the Established Church, 

The Manse 
Chapman, Alexander, cabinetmaker, 17 William street 
Christie, Robert, designer, Glenpatrick Carpet Works 
Clark, Charles, teacher, Ludovic Square Public School — 

house, Quarrelton road 
Clark, Samuel, manager at Johnstone Mill, Clark street 
Cochran, Mrs, grocer, 21 Macdowall street 
Colville, William, cowfeeder 12 Church street 
Co-operative Society's Stores, dealers in groceries, boots, 

shoes, coals, &c., 11 High street 
Core, Adam, Canal street 
Cowan, Logan, spirit merchant, 7 High street — house, 6 

do. 



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Craig, Allan, & Sons, coal and shale oil works, Liiiwood 

Craig & Donald, engineers, William Street Works 

Craig, David, spirit salesman, 26 High street 

Craig, James, Seaforth Cottage, Elderslie 

Craig, Thomas, stationer, printer, and news agent, 39 

High street — honse, 5 Rankine street 
Crawford, George, sen., Banktop, William street 

DARROCH, M. & M., drapers, 56 High street 

Davis, Francessa, grocer, 31 Graham street 

Daly, William, cooper, 28 Church street 

Daly, John, broker, 17 Church street 

Daly, Michael, spirit merchant, 7 Macdowall street 

DoDald, Mrs Hugh, Ludovic square 

Donald, James F., of James Donald & Son, Woodbank 

Donald, James, of James Donald & Son, Villafield, Cart- 
side street 

Donald, Mrs James, Ludovic square 

DON ILD, JAMES, & SON, engineers and founders, 
Johnstone Foundry and Engine Works, 10, 12, 1-4, 
and 16 High street 

Donald, John, & Co., iron and steel merchants, 11 High 
street 

Donald, John, of John Donald & Co., Ludovic square 

Donaldson, John, precentor, Free Church, Buchanan street 

Downie, Thomas, carrier between Johnstone, Paisley, and 
Glasgow, 9 Collier street 

Drysdale, Henry, draper, 11 High street 

Dnnlop, Hugh, baker, 64 High street 

EADIE, ALEXANDER, Quarrelton road 

Eadie, James, farmer, Cochran Mill 

Edgar, Margaret, grocer, 31 Graham street 

Edward, George, tobacconist, 22 High street 

Erskine, James William, clerk to J. & W. Weems — 

residence, Lochwinnoch 
Farmer, Peter, fruits and confections, 73 High street 
Faulds, Andrew clerk at Linwood Mill 
Fearon, Francis, furnisher, 64 High street 
Findlay, Mrs J., milliner, 36 High street 



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FINDLAY, DANIEL C, accountant and teller, National 
Bank of Scotland (Limited) 

Finlayson., William J., The Oaks 

FINLAWSON, BOUSFIELD, & Co., flax spinners, 
manufacturers of bleached and coloured linen thread, 
sewing machine threads, and patent shoe thread, Flax 
Mill, High Street 

FINLAYSON, JAMES, of Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co., 
Merchiston House 

FINLAYSON, ARCHIBALD W., Merchiston House 

FINLAYSON, JAMES, jun., Merchiston House 

Fleming, Archibald, registrar of Births, &c., and agent for 
the Royal Fire and Life Insurance Co., Post Office, 
12 Walkinshaw street — house, Springbank 

Fleming, John, Engineer 

Fleming, William, Gaff, Postmaster, and Registrar of 
Births, Deaths, and Marriages, Post Office, and 
Savings Bank, Walkinshaw street — house, 12 do. 

Flockhart, John, saddler, 4 Walkinshaw street 

Fotheringham, D,, at William Robertson & Co.'s 
engineering works, Floors street 

Fraser, James R. (music warehouse. Paisley), Newfield 
House 

Fraser, John, superintendent of police, Collier Street 

Fullerton, W. P., writer, Collier street — residence, Cross- 
fiat, Paisley 

Fyfe, John, patternmaker, Macdowall street 

Fyfe, John, importer of wines and spirits, 22 High street 

Galbraith, Andrew, Johnstone Castle 

Galbraith, Archibald, Johnstone Castle 

Gallacher, James, Catholic bookseller and news agent, 81 

High street 
Galloway, Alexander, fruit dealer. 70 High Street 
Gemmill, Rev. Hugh, minister of East U.P Church, 

East U.P. Manse 
Gibb, Alexander, accountant and teller, Royal Bank 
Gibson, Alexander, carding master at Browns, Malloch, & 

Co., High street 
Gibson, AYilliam, 21 Macdowall street 

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Gifjfen, Huraplirey, officer, East United Presbyterian 

Church 
GILCHRIST, CHARLES, spirit merchant, 2 Houstoun 

square — house, do. 
Grillespie, Alexander, Elderslie Farm 
Gillespie, Robert, flesher, 9 High street — house 6 do. 
Gilmour, William, traveller, 6 Collier street 
Glasofow and Johnstone carrier — William AVylie, Mac- 

dowall street 
Glasgow & South-Western Railway Station — John 

Dunbar, station master 
Glegg, John, factor, Milliken 
Golder, Mrs, spirit merchant, 42 High street — house, 9 

Abbotsford place, Glasgow- 
Goodwin, Frank, of James Goodwin and Co., Rosebank 

Cottage 
Goodwin, James, & Co,, ironfounders, Cartside Foundry 

— house, Rosebank 
Gordon, John, Buchanan street 
Gow, John, tea merchant, 37 High street 
Graham, James, Collier street 

Graham, James, boot and shoemaker, Houstoun square 
Graham, James, greengrocer and milk dealer, 71 High 

street 
Graham, Robert, joiner and cartwright. Church street — - 

house, Bumside Cottage 
Grant, Alexander, foreman engineer to J- & W. Weems, 

17 High street 
Grant, Isabella, grocer. Collier street 
Grant, Walter, Hagg crescent 
Gray, Daniel, sugar merchant, 13 Virginia street, Glas- 

'crow — house, Gowan Bank, Graham street 
Gray, M., boot and shoemaker, 8 Church street 
Gray, James, 1-2 Quarry street 
Gray, William, farmer, Barbush 
Guy, William, tailor and clothier, 29 High street 

Hamilton, James, Janefield 
Hamilton, James F., Royal Bank 
Hamilton, William, grocer, 15 William street 



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Harper, Robert, printer and bookseller^ " Johnstone 

Gleaner " office, 66 High street 
Harper, William, 2 Houstoun square 
Hart, Archibald, manager, 36 High street 
Hart, James, clerk to Browns, Mallochj & Co., Hagg cres- 
cent 
Hart, James, tobacconist, 66 "High street 
Hatrick, Charles, farmer, Boghouse 
Hatrick, James, beaming master at Browns, Malloch, & 

Co., 12 Macdowall street 
Hatrick, William, Quarry street 

Hay, John, grocer and provision merchant, High street 
Hendry, John, baron officer, 10 Church street 
Hill, James, wine and spirit merchant, 58 High street 
Hill, Miss Jessie, confectioner, 21 Graham street 
Jlill, Mrs, confections, &c., 6 Graham street 
Hodgart, Mrs, Calaba House, Milliken Park 
Holmes, Alexander, shoemaker, 76 High street 
HOLMES, JOHN, writer and agent for the Union 

Bank of Scotland, Collier streets—residence, do. 
HOLMES, M'TAVISH, & FULLERTON, writers, 
Collier street, and 137 West George street^ Glasgow 
HOLMES, WALTER, writer, and agent for the Royal 

Bank of Scotland, Houstoun square. High street 
Hood, Alexander, & Co., booksellers and stationers, 65 

High street 
Hood, Mrs, cooper, 18 Collier street 
Houston, James, joiner, 19 Raukine street 
Houston, Mrs, tailor and clothier, 13 High street 
Hnnter, James, drapery, millinery, and dressmaking ware- 
house, 54 Houstoun square — house, Lyle BuildingSj 
Kilmalcolm 
Hunter, John, spirit merchant, 13 High street 
Hunter, William, foreman at Craig & Donald's 
Hunter, William, flesher, 60 High street 
Husband, John, feuar, Mary street 
Husband, John, ironfounder, Victoria Foundry 
HUSBAND, JOHN, tailor and clothier, 6 William street 
Hutchison, John, builder, Fairfield place. Canal street 
Hutchison, Peter, grocer, 21 High street 



so JOfiNStONE. 

Inglis, Rev. James, minister of West U.P. Church, 
Church street 

jack, Thomias, coal merchant, Johnstone station, and 
spidt merchant, Elderslie — -house, do. 

Jack, William, sub-inspector of poor — officGj Church 
street — house, 36 G-eorge street, Paisley 

Jackson, George, brassfounder, 2 Dimity street 

Jaffray, Alexander, Dimity street 

Jaftray, David, & Sons, builders, 14 G-raham street 

Jaffray, John, Free Church minister 

Jafifrey, Misses Elizabeth and Isabella, confectioners, 30 
High street 

Jaffray, Patrick, of William Jaffray &Sons, Roselea place 

Jaffray, Peter, builder, Hagg crescent 

Jaffray, William, engineer, Glenifier place — house, Thorn 

Jaffray, William, & Sons, builders, Roselea place, Mary 
street 

Jaffray, William, of W^illiara Jaffray & Sons, Roselea 
place 

Jamieson, Allan, eating-house keepef, 7 Macdowall street 

Jamieson, John, broker, 5 William street 

Johnstone Assembly Rooms, George street 

Johnstone Co-operative Society (Limited), grocers, pro- 
visions, coal, and boot and shoe merchants, 9 and 
61 High strect^-^John Paisley, manager 

Johnstone Equitable Loan Office, 19 High street 

Johnstone, Hugh, spirit dealer, 23 High street 

Johnstone Saw Mills, Dimity street 

Johnston, William, Sandbank, 7 Campbell street 

Jones, Edmond, & Son, funeral undertakei?s, 3 Graham 
street 



KERR, J. L., tailor, 65 High street 

Kerr, John, goods agent, G. & S.-W. Railway, Canal 

House 
Kerr, John, station-master, Johnstone Station 
Kerr, Thomas, farmer, Fulton 
Knight, John M., provision merchant, 73 High street 



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LAIRD, ALEXANDEfi, flesher, C Macdowall street 
LAIRD, JAMES^ spirit dealer, 1 Quarry street — house, 

27 Rankine street 
Laird, Mrs Joseph, feuar, Macdowall street 
Laird, Neil, joiner, William street 
Lang, Charles, mechanic, Laigh Cartside 
LANG, JOHN, & SONS, tool makers, Laigh Cartside 
Lang, John, of John Lang & S-ons, Rankine street 
Lang, JohD, jun., of John Lang & Sons, Mary street 
Lang, Robert, of John Lang & Sons, William street 
Langmuir, R., Paisley and Johnstone carrier, 16 Rankine 

street 
Landles, F. G., printer and lithographer, 28 Church st. — > 

house, 3 Buchanan street 
Leggat, Alexander, carding master at Browns, Mallochj, 

& Co. 
Ligertwood, A. L., druggist, 31 High street 
Logan, Henry, boot and shoe merchant, 9 George street 
Love, James, tinsmith, 5 William street 
Love, John, tinsmith, plumber, and ironmonger, 19 High 

street— house, Thornbank House 

MAIR, JAMES, 1 William street 

MALLOCH, JOHN, of Browns, Malloch, & Co.— house, 

The Glen, Elderslie 
MALLOCH, MRS, Mount Pleasant 
Malloch, Thomas, delf retailer, 8 Macdowall street 
MALLOCH, WILLIAW, of Browns, Malloch & Co., 

Westiield 
Marr, Hugh, boot and shoemaker. Quarry street 
Martin's Wood and Willow Ware store, 70 High street 
Matthewson, George, wine and spirit merchant, 80 High 

street 
Maule, W. H., & Son, painters and decorators, 64 High 

street 
Meiklejohn, James, grocer and provision merchant, West- 
end 
Melville, John, boot and shoemaker, 6 Houstoun square 
Merry, W, & R., bootmakers, 33 High street 
Merry, John, 23 Church street 



'%2 JOHNSTOiJE* 

Michael, Alexander, Campbell street 

Michael, James, grocer, 7 William street 

Michael, Dugald, Buchanan street 

Miller, Miss, fruit dealer and confectioner, 25 High street 

Miller, Robert, bookseller, stationer, &c., High street 

Miller, Robert, draughtsman, at Craig & Donald's 

More, Alexander, & Son, tailors and clothiers, 24 

Church street 
More, Alexander, of Alexander More k Son, 25 Church 

street 
More, Richard C, 24 Ctiurch street 
MORE, JAMES, pawnbroker^ 24 Macdowall street- 
house, do. 
Morison, Alexander, joiner Laigh Cartside — woodyard 

and house, Quarrelton 
MORISON, WILLIAM, joiner and timber merchant, 

Laigh Cartside Woodyard— -house, 6 High street 
Muir, John, builder, 34 High street 
Murdoch, Charles, tinsmith and plumber, 63 High street 
Murdoch, Charles, spirit merchant, 63 High street 
M'ADAM, JOHN, blacksmith, Dimity street 
M'ARTHUR, A, & SONS, engineers, machine and tooL 

makers, Peockland Engine works 
M'Arthur, William, of A. M' Arthur & Sons, Elmbank 
M'^Cloy, Alexander, cashier to Thomas Shanks & Co. 
M'Conuell, Henry, drajDer, 5 Houstoun square 
M'Connell, John, grocer, 5 Houstoun square 
M'Connell, Mrs, glazier, 5 Rankine street 
M'CuUoch, Henry, grocer and spirit merchant, 4 Graham 

street 
M'Dermott, Rev. Wm., The Parsonage, Floors street 
McDonald, Alexander, general grocer, wine and spirit 

merchant, 67 High street 
McDonald, James, manager at 61 High street — -house, 13 

Graham street 
M'Dougall, Archibald, sen:, Laigh Cartside Dairy 
M'Dowall, Daniel, engineer, of John M'Dowall & Sons, 

Sunny4iill 
M'DO WALL, JOHN, & SONS, engineers and machinists, 

Walkinshaw Foundry 



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M'Dowall, H. J., engineer, of John M'Dowall & Sons, 

Walkinshaw lodge 
Macfarlane, Rev. Dr., R.C., Graham street 
M'FARLANE, J. & G-., njanufacturing chemists, John- 
stone Chemical Works 
M'FARLANE, GRAHAM JAMES, of J. & G. M'Far- 

lane, Linwood road 
M'FARLANE, JOHN G, of J. and G. M'Farlane, 

Linwood road 
M'Farlan, John, janitor, Public Hall 
M'Farlan, Mrs, confectioner, Rankine street 
M'GOWN, JOHN, accountant and insurance agent, 1 

William street 
M'Gilvery, William, confectioner, 2 William street 
M'Gregor, John, joiner, Houstoun square — house, 7 do. 
M'llree, William, druggist, 30 High stree^t 
M*Intyre, John, foreman porter, Johnstone Station 
M'lutjre, Robert, Floors street 

M'Kechnie, Alexander, tailor and clothier, 27 ^High street 
M'Kellar, John, foreman to Mrs M'Connell, glazier — 

house, 35 High street 
M'Kenzie, Duncan, flesher and family grocer, 23 H%li 

street — house* 20 Chnrch street 
M'Laurin, Peter, of Smith & M^Laurin, Cartside House — 

Milliken Park 
M'Lean, William, accountant, Union Bank 
M'Nair, John, officer Free Church, William street 
M'Phail, Duncan — house, Elderslie 
M'Pherson, D., & Son, joiners, 21 Grahaan street 
MACTAVISH, D. A,, writer. Collier street 



NAIRN, WILLIAM, merchant, Houstoun sqware 
Napier, Sir R. J, M., Bart., of Milliken smd Napier 
Neiison, Mrs Robert, milliner, 30 High street 
Neilson, Robert, clerk, The Knowe, Ulundi road 
Nelson, Mrs, 22 Church street 
Nelson, William, clerk at Craig «fe Dosaald^a — house., 

William street 
Nichqlsou;, A. G., grocer, Laigh Caxtside street 



84 JOHNSTONE. 



OATT, J. & R., millineps and dressmakers, 82 High st. 

ORE, WILLIAM ALEXANDER, M.B. and CM., 
general practiouer, 31 High street — house, Rock- 
bank Cottage 

O'Hair, John, delf dealer, 25 Macdowall street 

PAISLEY AND JOHNSTONE CARRIER— Robert 

Langmuir, 16 Rankine street 
PAISLEY, JOHN, manager, Co-operative Society — 

house, 30 High street 
Paterson, James G , grocer and wine and spirit merchant, 

17 Rankine street 
Pattison, Robert, confectioner, 75 High street 
Paton, William, smallware manufacturer, Johnstone 

Mill 
Paton, George C, Cart Bank 
Paton, James, Broombrae 
Paton, John, Clark street 
Paton, Robert, Cart Bank 

Patrick, Andrew, manager at Craig & Donald's 
Patrick, John, broker, 7 Houstoun square 
Paid, Miss, green grocer, 8 Church street 
PoUock, Robert, dairyman, Macdowall street 
Porter, Thomas, bill broker, 20 High street 
Post Office, Walkinshaw street — William Gaff Flieming, 

postmaster 

RAE, GEORGE, boot a^nd shoemaker, 64 High sti'eet 

Eankine, David, oashier, Union Baiik of Scotland 

Rankine, Jame«, blacksmith, Walkinshaw street 

Reid, Alexander, slaief, Walkinshaw street 

REID, JAMES, writer, and Town Clerk, 40 High street 

— house, Bankside, Canal street 
Reid, James, jua., w'riter, 40 High street — hoi:fe6e, Bank- 

side 
REID, ROBERT, solicitor, and agent for National Bank 
of Scotland (Limited), 61 High street— house, Loch- 
win*^! och 
Reid, A, P., clerk to Robert Reid, writer 
Reid, William, spirit merchant, 2 Chu-rch street 



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Eei'l, William, tobacconist, 15 High street 

REID, WILLIAM, writer, 40 High street 

Renfrew, Alexander, 5 Collier street 

Eiddell Mrs James, spirit merchant, 8 Houstoun square 

Robertou, David, wine aud spirit merchant, 26 High st. 

Robertson, David, pawnbroker, 19 High street — house, 2 

Rankine street 
Robertson, James S., of John Robertson & Son, Ludovic 

sqiiare 
RPBERTSON, JOHN, & SON, slaters and plasterers, 

Ludovic square 
Robertson, John, of Jokn Robertson & Son, Ludovic 

square 
Robertson, John, jun., slater and plasterer. Church street 
Robertson, Robert, pawnbroker, 11 Macdowall street — ■ 

house, Hagghill Cottage, Uluudi road 
Robertson, William, & Co., machine tool makers, Floors 

Machine Works, West William street 
Robertson, William, of William Robertson & Co., Graham 

street 
Rowand A. G., Bank of Scotland, Johnstone 
Russell, Peter, burgh collector — otRce, Public Weighs — 

house, 42 High street 

SALMON, JOHN, factor, Estate Office, Johnstone 

Castle— house, " The Linn " 
SCOTT, BROTHERS, tailors and clothiers, 18 High 

street 
Scott, James, grocer aud provision merchant, 69 High st. 
Scott, James Y., tailor and clothier, 18 High street 
Scottish Imperial Insurance Co. — W. Grilmour, ag^nt 
Semple, Robert, patternmaker at Walkinshaw Foundry, 

Walkiushaw street 
Semple, Robert, tailor and clothier, 34 Tligh street 
Shanks, Thomas, & Co , engineers, machinists, and tool- 
makers, Banktop Works 
Shanks, Thomas, of Thomas Shanks & Co., Lilybank 
Shanks, William, of Thomas Shanks & Co., Bank House 
SHARP, JOHN, grain merchant and contractor, 13 
Rankine street, and Hamilton street, Paisley 

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86 JOHNSTONE. 



Sharp, William, blacksmith, Macdowali street 
Sheddan, Thomas, en!2;ineman, Flax Mills, Napier street 
SIMPSON, ROBERT, & CO., Victoria Sawing and 

Turning Mills — house, Mary street 
Small, Thomas, wood turner, Hagg crescent 
Smith, James, watchmaker and jeweller, 20 High street 
Smith, James, boot and shoemaker, Graham street 
Smith, John, insurance agent, 7 William street 
Smith, George, boilermaker, Johnstone Boiler Works 
Smith, James, clerk and collector, Johnstone Gas Com- 
pany — office, Gas Works — house, 60 High street 
Smith, James, joiner, Campbell street 
Smith, Peter, spirit dealer, 26 Macdowali street 
Smith, Peter, manager at James Donald & Sons, John- 
stone Foundry and Engine Works — house, High st. 
Smith. Robert, ironmonger, 70 High street 
Smith, Robert, clothier and hatter, 59 High street — house, 

Laigh park 
SMITH & M'LAURIN, fancy, coloured, enamelled, and 
embossed paper, card, and pasteboard manufacturers, 
Cartside, nfear Milliken Park — warehouse, 20 Union 
street, Glasgow ; and 55 Fann street, London 
Smith, William, feuar, 70 High street 
Spence, John, coal merchant, Cartside Station 
Sproul, Andrew, secretary. Flag Mill Friendly Society, 

23 Rankine street 
Sproul, James, warehouseman, Buchanan street 
Sproul, James, coal merchant, Canal Basiu— house, 6 

Canal street 
Steel, William, messenger. Sheriff officer, and aeoountant, 

18 William street — house, Hill Top, Elderslie 
Steel, Mrs, grocer. Quarry street 
Steel, William, spirit merchant, 18 William street — 

house. Hill Top, Elderslie 
Stevenson, David, hotel keeper, carriage hirer, and wine 

and spirit merchant, Cross Keys Hotel, 46 High st. 
Stevenson, David, horse dealer, Cross Keys Hotel aiad 

Horse Bazaar, High street 
Stevenson, James, p»tato merchant, 22 Church street 
Stevenson, Mrs James, milliner, 33 High street 



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StevensoD, James, grocer, spirit, and seed merchant, 38 

High street 
Stevenson, Mrs James, grocer, victualler, flesher, and wine 

and spirit merchant, 32 High street 
Stevenson, Mrs William, milliner and dressmaker, 6 

Macdowall street 
Stevenson, Robert, merchant, Glasgow — house, Quarry 

Park 
Stevenson, Thomas, agricultural seed merchant and 

chemical manure manufacturer, 74 High street 
Stevenson, Thomas, wine merchant, family grocer, flesher, 

and agent for W. & A. Gilbey. wine importers and 

distillers, 74 High street 
Stevenson, Thomas, licensed auctioneer and valuator, 

High street 
Stevenson, William, provision merchant, 60 High street ' 
Stewart, Mrs. confectioner, 78 High street 
Stirling, Daniel, confectioner, 10 Graham street 
Stirling, John B., solicitor and notary public, 28 High 

street ; treasurer to the Burgh of Johnstone and to 

Gas Commissioners ; law agent to Johnstone Build- 
ing Society ; secretary and treasurer to Public Hall ; 

agent for Northern Assurance Company, Scottish 

Provident Institution, &c. 
Stirling, Mrs Patrick, High street 
Stirling, Alexander, of Storer & Sons, Linwood House 
Storrie, David, flesher, 65 High street 
Storrie, John, 48 Graham street 

Swan, John, Irish produce merchant, 44 Graham street 
Sweenie, John, 15 Rankine street 

Taggart, Mrs John, wine and spirit merchant, Macdowall 

street 
Tait, John, broker, 4 Rankine street 
Taylor, Daniel, 2 Houstoun square 
Taylo^, James, tinsmith. Church street 
Taylor, John, feuar, Laigh Cartside street 
Taylor, Thomas, saddler, 74 High street 
Taylor, Matthew H., M.D., 30 High street— house, Walk- 

insbaw Villa 



J0HN8T0N1E. 



Thorn, J. B., 23 Macdowall street 

Thomson, Alexander, baker, 50 Honstoun square 

THOMSON & ALLAN, engineers, millwrights, and 

machinists, Laijzli Cartside Street Works 
Thomson, David, of Thomson & Allan, 66 Love street. 

Paisley- 
Thomson, Mrs John, hotel keeper and carriage hirer,, 

Black Bnll Hotel, 72 High street 
Thomson, Alexander, draper, 50 Houstoun square 
Thomson, George, slater and plasterer, 11 Collier street 
Thomson, George, baker, 76 High street 
Thomson, Nisbet, miller and grain merchant, Crossford 

Mills, How wood, by Paisley 
Thomson, Robert, watchmaker, 2 Church street 
Todd, Mrs M., wine and spirit merchant, 1 Graham st. 

WAIN WRIGHT, W., general manager, Glasgow and 
South- Western Railway, The Elms, Milliken Park 

Walker, Alexander, Quarry street 

Walker, Malcolm, cartwright, Thorn 

Walker, Wil iam, grocer, 62 High street 

WATSON, JAMES, painter and decorator, 7C High 
street — house, Daisyfield, Thorn 

WE EMS, J. & W., patentees and manufacturers of 
hydraulic machinery for making lead, lead encased 
and block tin pipes, sheet lead rolling mills, multitu- 
bular hot air apparatus for drying stoves, screwed 
ram hydraulic presses, steam traps, self-acting fur- 
nace dampers, noiseless fans, self acting draught pro- 
ducing ventilators, double-i'eflecting sunlights for 
lighting churches, halls, schools, shops, &c., buildings 
of all kinds heated by steam, hot water or fire 
stoves on most improved principles, tentering and 
drying machinery, steam engines, &c., Perseverance 
Iron Works, 1 High street 

WATSON, WILLIAM, of R. & W. Watson, Linwood, 
Newfield House 

WATT, DAVID, spirit merchant, Russell street 

Welsh, Mrs Robert, JMavisbank Cottage 

Weems, William, of J. & W. Weems, Walkinshaw House 



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WEEMS, J. & W., gas and water engineers, and tin- 
smiths, bellhangers, coppersmiths, plumbers, and 

gasfitters, 17 High street 
Williamson, George, spirit merchant, 1 Houstoun square 

— house, 6 William street 
Williamson, George, blacksmith, 8 William street 
Williamson, James, grocer, 12 Graham street 
Williamson, Mrs, draper, 69 High street 
Wilson, Andrew, High street 
WILSON, JAMES, M.D., Medical Hall, 68 High street 

— house, Bell View, Ludovic square 
Wilson, John, boot and shoemaker, and leather merchant, 

14 Church street 
Wilson, Matthew, teacher, The Schoolhouse, Johnstone 
Wilson, Matthew, coal merchant, Johnstone Station — 

house, 3 Houstoun square 
Woods, Blackley, boot and shoemaker, Raukine street 
Wright, Thomas, cutter and manager at Robert Smith's, 

63 High steet 
Wylie, Alexander, of J. & W. Weems, Fallerton villa 
Wylie, John, fiesher, 41 High street — house, 13 William 

street 
Wylie, Joseph, flesher, 71 High street 
Wylie, Richard, manager, Gas Works — house. Gas Works 

cottage 
Wylie, William, carrier between Glasgow and Johnstone 
Wytman, John, commercial traveller, Finlayson, Bous- 

field, & Co., 18 Church strett 

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 

ROOMS, 8 George street 
Young, Robert, foreman paper finisher, 1 Buchanan street 
Young, William, draper, 56 Houstoun square 



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JOHNSTONE. 



APPENDIX. 



Commissioners of rolice. 

"William Weems, Senior Magistrate. 

William Buchanan and Thomas Stevenson, Junior Magistrates. 

John B. Stirl'ng, Treasurer, 

Commissioners. 



Peter Jaffrey 
James M'Nair 
"William Guy- 
James Fyfe Donald 



James Houston 
James Hunter 
Stewait Armour 
John Fyfe 
John Lov3 

James Eeiri. Town Clerk and Clerk of Police Court. 

Robert Eeid, Procurator Fiscal. 

John Fraser, Superintendent of Police and Sanitary Inepeetor. 

Peter Russell, Collector of BurghRates and Public Weigher. 

George Thomsor, Captain of Fire Brigade. 

G-as Committee. 

James Fyfe Donald, Esq., Convener. 
Messrs John Love Mes rs John Fyfe 



William Guy 
William Weems 
William Buchanan 



Thomas Stevenson 
James M'Nair 
James Houston 
Jam«s Hunter 

James Reid, Clerk. John B. Stirling, Treasurer. 

James Smith, Collector. 
Richard Wylie, Manager. 



"Writers. 



W. p. Fullerton, Collier street 
John Holmes, Collier street 
Walter Holmes, High street 
D, A. M-Tavish. Union Bank 



James Eeid, jun., 40 High street 
Robert Reid, 61 High street 
William Reid, 40 High street 
J. B. Stirling, 28 High street 



Jam ^s Reid. Bankside, and 40 High street 



Justices of the Peace. 

Johnstone District. 



James Donald, Johnstone 
William Weems, Johnstone 
James Fiulayson, Johnstone 
Andrew Fleming, Fulwood 
E. W. Hardie, of Locher House 
Georr e L. Huustoun, Esq., of 

Johnstone 
John Mallocb, The Glen, Elderslie 



John Holmes, Johnstone 

Sir E. J. Napier, of Milliken and 

Napier, Bart. 
John Salmon, The Linn 
Thomas Shank?, Johnstone 
James Stevenson, of Anchenamea 
Peter M'Laurin, Cartside, John- 
stone 



Walter Holmes, Justice of Peace Clerk Depute. 



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Bur^h Police. 

Superintendent — John Fraser, Collier street 

Abbey Parish School Board (Land-ward). 

MEMBERS. 

Cbairman — Charles Bine Renshaw. 



Rey. George Carrutherg 

Daniel Gray 

John Love 

Rev. John Jaffrey 



Rev. Dr. M'Parlane 
Matthew H. Taylor, M.D. 
Robert Semple 
James Gillan 
Clerk — Andrew Millar, jun., writer, Paisley. 
Treasurer — Williaru Reid, writer, Johnstone. 
Mr James Budge, Compulsory Officer, Quarry Street, Johnstons 
The Board meets the second Tuesday in each month. 



Medical Practitioners. 

William Alex. Orr, M.B., CM. | James Wilson, M.B., CM. 
M. H. Taylor, M.D. 

Session Clerk and Be^istrar. 

Session Clerk — David Burnett, 2 Graham street 
Registrar — William Gaff Fleming, Walkinshaw street 

Inland Eevenue. 

Walter Holmes, writer, sub-distributor of Stamps — office, Royal 

Bank. 

Banks. 

NATIONAL BANK. 

61 High Street. 

Robert Reid, agent. Willianj Gilmour, accountant and teller. 

Robert Campbell, clerk. 

UNION BANK OF SCOTLAND. 

Collier Street. 

John Holmes and Alexander Bartlemore, joint-agents. 

David Rankine, cashier. M. C Hill, clerk. 

ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND. 
Houstoun Square. 
Walter Holmes, agent. James Ferguson, accountant and teller. 
J. A. Lochhead and J. T. Dick, clerkB. 



NATIONAL SECURITY SAVINGS BANK, 

1 William Street. 

John M'Gown, accountant, cashier. 



92 JOHNSTONE. 



Post Oilcs and Telegraph OfS.ce. 

Walkiushaw Street. 

William Gaff Fleming, Postmaster. 
Arrivals 7 a.m., 9.15 a.m., 2.30 p.m , aud 5.30 p.m. Sunday, 9 a.m. 
Bux Closes— 10.40 a.m., 12.10 p.m., 3.5 p.m., 6.10 p.m., 7.25 p.m., 
and 10 p.m. Collections from Wall Letter Box, Cross — 11.30 a.m., 
5.0 p.m. and 8.30 p.m. Railway Station — 11 a.m. and 5.0 p m. 
Graham Street — 11.30 a.m. and 8.30 p.m. 

Telegraph Office open from 7.30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday — Office 
open from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. for delivery of letters to public and 
despatch of telegraphic business. 

Church Officers and Precentors. 

Parish Church — James Shearer Dunn, officer, Rankine Street ; J. B. 

Thorn, precentor. 
Free Church — John M'Nair, officer, 2 Houstoun Square ; John 

Donaldson, precentor. 
Sir William Wallace Church — Alexander Renfrew, officer ; Louis 

Gow, precentor. 
East United Presbyterian Church — Humphry Giffen, officer: John 

S. Allan, precentor. 
West United Presbyterian Church — John Melvile, officer, Church 

Street ; James Kaukine, precentor. 

Fire Brigade. 

Superintended by Magistrates and Councillors. 
James Eeid, Clerk. | George Thomson, Captain. 

Ministers. 

Johnstone Parish Church — Ludovic Square ; George Carruthers, 
elected by congregation. 

Pree Church of Scotland — W^illiarn Street, Houstoun Square ; John 
Jaff'rey, elected by congregation. 

Sir William Wallace Church, Elderslie — John Smith. 

East United Presbyterian Church — Walkiushaw Street ; Hugh 
Gemmill, elected by congregation. 

West United Presbyterian Church — Church Street ; James Inglis, 
elected by congregation. 

St. John's Episcopal Church — Floors Street ; Wta. M'Dermott, in- 
cumbent. 

Roman Catholic Chapel — Graham Street ; Very Rev. DrMacfarlane, 
appointed by the Bishop. 

Jolinstone East U.P. Clmrch Sablsath ScliooL 

President— Rev. H. Gemmill, M.A., B.D. 

Superintendent — Thomas Wright. Vice-President, Alex. Wylie. 

Treasurer, John B. Stirling. Secretary, Robert Speira. 



JOHNSTONE. 95 



"Wsst U,P. Cliurc]! SaloTDatli School. 

President — Rev. James loglis. Superintendout — James Barnett. 

Secretary, M. M'Millan. Treasure;-, Johu Muir, 

Fire and Life Insurance Agents. 

Union Insurance Comi.any — James Reid, jun., Town Clerk's Office 
iVorih British and Mercantile, and City of Glasgow Fire and Life 

Insurance — Walter Holmes, writer, 44 Houstoiin Square. 

Northern— ^ameti Reid, writer, Baukside, and J. B. Stirling, 

Phoenix Fire — James F. Donald, High Street. 

Edinburgh Life — A. Bartlemore. Union Bank. 

Scottish Union and National — Johu Salmon, Estate Office, Johnstone 

Castle. 

Scottish Widoios' Fund — William Reid, writer, High Street. 

Scottish Provident Institution, and National Provincial Plate Glass 

Lnsurance Co. — John B. Stirling, 28 High Street. 

Standard Life, and Sun — Robert Reid, 61 High Street, and James 

Baruett, Lily Bank House. 

European Guarantee of Fidelity — Archd. G. Fleming. 

Royal Fire and Life — James Armstrong, coal merchant, &c., and 

Archibald G. Fleming. Walkinshaw Street. 

West of England' — Daniel Taylor, Eaukine. Street. 

United Kingdom Temjjerunce and Proiident lustitution, and Scottish 

Fire — Robert Harper, QQ High street. 

Lancashire Insurance Company — Alex. Bartlemore, Union Bank. 

Scottish Imperial Insurance Company — Wm. Gilmour, National Bank, 

and James Barnett, Lily Bank House. 

Scottish. Accident — William G:lmour, National Bank. 

London and Staffordshire Insurance Company — William Caldwell, 

Walkinshaw Street. 

Scottish Provincial — Hugh Barnett, Lily Bank House. 

London and Lancashire Fire and Life — Jas. Reid, jun. , Town Clerk's 

Office. 
Lancashire and Yorkshire Accident — Jas. Reid, jun., Town Clerk's 

Office. 

Schools. 

MACDOWALL STREET SCHOOL. 
David Hutchison, teacher. 

LUDOVIO SQUARE PUBLIC SCHOOL. 
(Charles Clark, Teacher. 

JOHNSTONE PUBLIC SCHOOL. 
Matthew Wilson, M.A., Head-Master. 

THORNHILL SCHOOL. 

Miss Jeanie Clark, Teacher. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC SCHOOL. 
Miss M'Douald, Teacher. 



JOHNSTONl!» 



Johnstone Caledonia Cu^in^ Cluls. 

Patron — George L. Hoiistoun. 
President — James Donald. Vice-President — Daniel M'Do»vall. 

Representative Members — Peter JaEfrey and James F. Donald. 
Chaplain — Rev. George Oarrutbers. 
Treasurer and Secretary — Patrick Jaffrey. 
Committee or Council of Mauag:eraent. 
p. Jaffreyj Jas. Stevenson, R. Robertson, W^ Reid, H. J. M'Dowalh 
Honorary Member — John Salmon. 
Ordinary Members. 
H. Johnetone J. Hutchison 

W. Reid, 2ud R. Robertson 

R. Gillespie J. Stevenson 

J. Gray W. Stevenson 

J. Hunter J. M'Adam 

H. J. M'Dovt-all Wm. Morrison 

Patrick Jaffrey Robert Simpson 

Jas F. Donald 
Occasional Members* 
D. Stevenson Dr Wilson 

G. Reid C. Murdoch 

A. M'Cloy W. Weems 

G. Thomson T. Craig 

Rev. H. Chisholm W. Sharp 

J. Tiove W. Shanks 

T. Stevenson J. Wylie 

J. B. Stirlidg 
The Club is an Associated Member of the Royal Caledonian 
Curling Club, Edinburgh. 



W. Reidj 1st 
Rev. G. Carruthers 
J. M'Farlane 
J. Anderson 
A. Borland 
D. M'Dowall 
Peter Jaffrey 
Jas. Donald 

D. Robertson, 1st 
D. Robertson, 2Qd 
A. Bartlemore 
Rev. J. Smith 
Alex. More 
Robert Eadie 
Professor Veitch 
F. Goodwin 



Elderslie "Wallace Curling Clula. 

A. A. Speirs, Esq., of Elderslie, Patron, 

The Right Hon. Lady Anne Speirs, Patroness. 

W. Stoddard, President Thomas Jack, Vice-President. 

Thomas Jack and A. M'Donald, Representative Members. 

John Holm, Treasurer and Secretary. 

Committee or Council of Management 



Walter Neilson 



Thomas Jack 
Walter Neilson 
Peter Stewart 



A. M'Donald 

Ordinary Members. 

1. — Regular. 



Robert Stewart 



T. Watson 

C. B. Renshaw 

Robert Jardine 



J. Blakely. 



Coy, 2nd Renfrewshire Rifle Volunteers. 

Captain — William Shanks. 

Lieutenant — H. J. M'Dowall. 

Second-Lieutenant — Alex. M'Cloy. 



JOHNSTONE. 95 



Carriers' Quarters. 

PAISLEY — Robert LaDgmuir, Raukiue Street, arrives daily ; de- 
parts daily. 
GLASGOW— Wra. Wylie, High Street, arrives daily; departs daily. 

Coal Agents. 

Matthew Wilson, Johnstoue StntioB — house, Houstoun Square. 

Thomas Jack do. do. do. Elderslie. 

James Allan, do. do. do. Thorn. 

Jaraes Sproul, Canal Basin — house, 6 Canal Street 

Robert Miller, High Street 

William Burnside, Johnstone Station. 

Mills. 

Cartside Mill— Smith & M'Laurin. 



Hagg Mill — Johnstone Flock Company. 



Johnstone Mill, Cellier Street— William Paton. 
J0HN8TONE Old Mill, High Street — Brown, MalloOfe, & G: 



Johnstone Fiax Mill— Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co. 
Peockland Mill — D. Biggart & Sobs. 

G-rave-Digger. 

James Shearer Dunn. 

Societies. 



JOHNSTONE PUBLIC HALL AND WORKING MEN'S 

INSTITUTE. 

Directorate, 1882-83, 

President — James Finlaysom. 

Vice-President — Humphrey Giffen. 

Treasurer and Secretary — John "B. Stirling, solicitor. 

Directors, 
Provost Weeras 'Messrs William Harper 



[essrsJohn B, Stirling 
'James Finlayson 
.James Finlays'On, jun 
Peter Barr 
Thomas Johnston 
Id . Gif en 
Jeha Smith 
A. W. Finlayson. 
"VTilliaiH Gilmonr 
William Stevenson 

Janitor — John M' Far lane. 



William Allison 
James S. Robertson 
James Reid, jun. 
James Aitken 
Robert Stevensoa 
John Sharp 
Peter Jaffrey 
George Thomson 
John Camerou 



96 



JOHNSTONE. 



LOYAL JOHNSTONE YEAMONRY SOCIETY. 

Instituted 1803. 

Preses — Eobert Wilson, Quarry Street 

Treasurer — Andrew Wilson, High btreet. 

Clerk — James Reid, Baukside. Officer— John Patrick. 

Factor — Alexander Allan, Campbell Street. 



JOHNSTONE TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. 

President, Ales. Husband. Vice-President, Hugh Mathie. 

Cor. Secretary, H. Giffen. Roll Secretary, John Williamson. 

Treasurer, John Fyfe. 

Committee. 

Jaoiea StirliosT 



Jobil Sharp 
W. M'Lutchie 
E. Ross 



James Blackwood 
Wm. Flockhart 



THE JOHNSTONE BUILDING SOCIETY. 

(Enrolled and Established under the Act of Parliament 6 and 7 

Wm. IV., cap. 32. 

Instituted ou the permanent principle. 

The Shares of £25 each, pa^'able at the rate of 2s per share monthly. 

Entry-money, Is per share. 

President, Matthew Wilson. Vice-President, James Sproul. 

Treasurer, James Caldwell. Secretary, Thomas Small, 

Hagg Crescent. 

Law Agent, John B. Stirling, writer. Surveyor, James Houston. 

Directors. 
John Husband, sen. 



Jas. F. Donald 
George Edwards 
John Donald 
James S. Robertson 
William Allison 
Alex. Gillespie 



Jas. Allan 
Alex. Cameron 
John Muir 
Hugh Watt 
Jafl. Watson 
Robert Harper 
Eobert Adams 



Instalments due ou the first, and payable on or before the following, 

Wednesday of each month, at the ofHce of the Treasurer, 

Mr James Caldwell, Buchanan Street, Johustone. 



JOHNSTONE WEST OF SCOTLAND AGRICULTURAL 

SOCIETY, 

George L. Houstouu, of Johnstone, President. 

Thos. Kerr, East Fulton; Bailie Donald, Johnstone, Vice-President 

William Eeid, writer. Treasurer. 

Eobert Reid, National Bank, Secretary. 

JOHNSTONE YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. 

Presides r. James Barnott, Lily Bank House, 

Vice-Pre.'^ideut. Patrick Husband, Mary Street. 

Secretary, John Johnstone, Williain Street 

Treasurer, Alexander Marrs, Church Street, 



JOHNSTONE. 97 

JOHNSTONE WOMEN'S OHlilSTIAN AND TEMPERANCE 

ASsoniATioy. 

President, Mrs luglis, West U.P. Manse. 

Vice-Presidents, Mrs Bavnett, Lily Bank House ; Mrs Stirliag, 

High Street 5 Miss Oatt High Street, 

Secretaries, Miss Malloch, Mouut Pleasant; Miss Stirling, High 

Street. 
Treasurers, Miss M. Jaffre)', Graham Street ; Miss Sharp, Mossbank. 



JOHNSTONE, QUAERELTON, THORN, AND ELDEESLIE 
COFFIN AND COFFIN COVER SOCIETY. 

Instituted 1820, 

Preses, John Sproul, Collier Street. 

Treasurer, William Green, Raukiue Street. 

OfBcer, John Hendry, Church Street. Cover Keeper, Ales. Michael. 



JOHNSTONE CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY (LIMITED). 

61 High Street, 

Instituted 186 6, 

President, Thomas Small, Hagg Crescent, 

Vice-President, James Ferguson, 3 Campbell Street. 

Treasurer, Wm. Green, 26 Rankine Street. 

Secretary, George M'Hugh, 61 High Street 

Committee. 



Peter M'Shane 
Thos. Deveny, No. 1 
Wm. Watson 
Thos. Deveny, No. 2 
Alex. M'Donald 
John Muir 



James H lir 
John M'Nair 
William Scott 

Dagald Michael 
Thomas Tweedlie 

Alex. M'Keenaa 



POPULATION OP BURGH OF JOHNSTONE. 

For 1881, 9268 

,, 1871, ... .... ,.. 7534 

iDcrease for 1881, ... ... 1734 

Johnstone Cross — nearly opposite to the Bull Inn — is distance 
from the Cross of Paisley, 3 miles, 5 furlougs, 34 poles. 

Fairs are held on the Thursday following the second Monday of 
July — Horse Fair, first Friday of January, 

Fast Days occur on Fridays before Ist Sundays in April and 
October, 



98 ELDERSLIE. 



ELDERSLIE, BY PAISLEY, 



ALLISON, William, at A. F. Stoddard & Co/s 



Beaton, John, farmer, Auchenlodement 

Bell, John, Cherry woodside 

BROWNS, MALLOCH, & CO., cotton spinnei-s 



CRAIG-, James, Seaforth Cottage 



DARROCH, G-eorge, farmer, Craigenfeoch 
Dickson, Mrs, grocer 
Dickson, Mr, station master 
Douglas, Mrs Robert, Wallace bank 



ERSKINE, Robert, grocer 
FYFE, John, family grocer 



GILLESPIE, Alexander, Elderslie Farm 

Gilmour, John, farmer, Fulbar 

Graham, Issac, gardener and carter 

Grieve, Frank, designer, Glenpatrick Carpet Works 



HALL, James, farmer, Muirhead 

Handley, John, foreman printer Glenpatrick Carpet 
Works 



ELDERSLIE. 



JACK, Thomas, spirit merchant 
Jardine, Mrs John, grocer and spirit merchant 
Johnstone, Daniel, baron officer, Newton 
Johnstone, James, Distillery, Glenpatrick 



M^FARLANE, Malcolm, Glenififer view 

M'Douald Elizabeth, dealer 

Malloch, John, of Browns, Mallach, & Co., Elderslie 

Glen 
Marshall, David, farmer, Leitchland 
M'Kechnie, William, M.D., Thorndean 
M'Kim, John, colour maker, Glenpatrick Works 
Macphail, Duncan, at Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co.'s, 

Johnstone 
Morrison, William, wright and joiner 
Munro, Hugh, teacher, Wallace Public School 



Park, John, farmer, Greenhill 
Park, John, farmer, Mauchie's Mill 



EENSHAW, C. BINE, Glenpatrick Carpet Works 

Ritchie, John, farmer, Broomward 

Robertson, David, spirit merchant, Tree Public House 

Robertson, David, grocer and postmaster 

Rodger, William, feuar 



STEEL, WILLIAM, accountant, house-factor, and sheriff 

officer, 18 William street — house, Old Road 
Stevenson, Peter, farmer, Bardrain 
Stewart, Robert, Bailie Nicol Jarvie Tavern 
STODDARD, A. F. & CO., Glenpatrick Carpet Works, 

by Paisley — Glasgow office, 63 St. Vincent street 
Stoddard, Fred. W., Glenpatrick 



URE, ROBERT, grain merchant 



100 ELDERSLIE— THORN'HILL. 

WALKER, MRS, E., Elderslie Tavern 

Wallace, William, at A. F. Stoddard & Co.'s, Woodend 

place 
Watson, John, farmer, Bridgend 
Whitehill, James, Seaforth Cottage 
Whyte, Henry, tin and coppersmith, plumber and 

gasfitter 



POST OFFICE. 

David Robertson, Postmaster. 

let Delivery, 7.30 a.m. 

2d „ 8.30 A.M. 

Box Closes 3.15 p.m. 



5.45 P.M. 



THORNHILL, BY PAISLEY. 



ALLAN, JAMES, coal merchant, Overton 



Blackwood, J., clerk to John B. Stirling, writer 
BOWIE, ALLAN, blacksmith 
Bowman, James, farmer, Auchenlodement 
Burnside, Mrs, Thornhill cottage 



Clark, Miss, teacher, Thornhill Public School 

Dunbar, John, passenger agent, Thorn 

Fletcher, John, inspector to Paisley Water Commissioners 



TH.ORNHILL — QUARKELTON. 101 



Gemmill, Rev. Hugh, East U.P. Manse 
Glen, James, joiner, Johnstone 
Glen, Thomas, Thornhill House 



Hart, Mrs Thomas, Johnstone Castle Lodge 



Jack, Thomas, coal merchant, Railway station 
Jaffray, William, Gleniffer place 
Jackson, Thomas, smith 



MEIKLEJOHN, JAMES, grocer, wine and spirit mer- 
chant, Thornhill Inn, and West-end, Johnstone 
Meldrnm, John, mechanic 
M'Allister & Galbraith, ironfonnders 
M'Dougall, James Brooks, grocer 



Ramsay, John, rai'ller, Gleniffer place 
Renfrew William, Thorn road 

Robertson, Alexander, cashier at A. F. Stoddard & Co.'s, 
Glenpatrick 



STORER, DAVID, The Thorn, Johnstone 
Symington, Mrs William, grocer 



Walker, Malcolm, joiner and cartwright 



QUARRELTON, BY PAISLEY. 



Black, Hngh, manager Limeworks, Corseford — residence, 

Dam side cottage 
Blackwood, Agnes, spirit merchant 

12 



102 quarrelton. 



Crawford, Arthur, clerk 
Davie, Hugh, blacksmith 



Galbraith, Andrew^ Esq., Johnstone Castle 
Gillespie, Thomas, fanner and contractor, Springfield 



Hattrick, James, forester 
Houston, James, Craigenfeoch 



Johnstone, Samuel, shepherd, Meiklebog 
Johnstone, Peter, spirit dealer 



Low, Francis, gamekeeper, Craigbog 



Morrison, John, wright, Greenend 
M'Dougall, Archibald, & Son, grocers 
M'KenzJe, Duncan, butler, Johnstone Castle 



Park, Matthew, farmer, Greenend 
Penny, William, gardener 



SALMON, JOHN, factor to George Ludovic Hou.stoun, 

Esq , Johnstone Castle — " The Linn." 
Speirs, libenezer, ploughman 
Stevenson, James, hedger 
Stewart, Alexander, farmer, Benstone 
Square, John, banker, Glasgow 



Thomson, William, blacksmith 



BALACLAVA AND CLTPPENS. 103 



BALACLAVA AND CLIPPENS. 



Archibald, William, manager 

Balaclava Store, Clippens — James Harvey, storekeeper 



CLIPPENS, Shale, Coal, and Ironstone Pits, Clippens 

Oil Company, Limited, proprietors 
Clippens Oil Company, Limited — Robt. Tervett, manager 
Crawford, Robert, blacksmith 



Kellie, D. G-., clerk Clippens Colliery 
Kerr, Thomas, farmer, Fulton 



Macphie, Nigel, clerk Clippens Oil Company, Limited 



Scott, Andrew Corbett, Clippens House 
Scott, James B,, Clippens Farm 



Tervett, Robert, manager Clippens Oil Company, Limited 
Zoung, Alexander, engineer, Clippens Oil Works 
Valentine, George, engineer, Clippens Oil Works 



104 INKERMAN. 



INKERMAN, BY PAISLEY 



Allan, Ilol)ert, cashier — office, Inkerman Works 



Gardiner, James, farmer, Boghead 
Gardiner, Robert, farmer, Candren 
Gillan, James, 17 Inkerman 
Gipps, Major, Blackstoim House 



Houstoun, Archibald, farmer, Walkinshaw 



Kirkwood, William, manager, Inkerman Works 
Logan, Thomas, sen., oversman, No. 1 Douglas Pit 



Munroe, John, storekeeper 

M'Kean, John, oversman, Walkinshaw Pit 



Neilson, Alexander, farmer, East Candren 
Niven, William, oversman, No. 2 Donglas Pit 



Prentice, James, Blackstone Gardens 



Benfrew, Alexander, farmer, Blackstone Mains 
Rowand, Mrs, farmer, West Candren 

Scott, Alexander, teacher, Inkerman Public School 



INKERMaN — LINWOOD. 105 



Thomson, Alexander, chemist, Abercorn Oil Works, 
East Candren 

WALKINSHAW OIL COMPAKY (LIMITED)^ 

Alexander Wilson, manager 
Wilson, Alexander, manager, Walkinshaw Oil Company 
Waddell, Robert, manager, Blackstoun Works 



Inkerman Public School, 

A. Scott, Teacher. 



LINWOOD, BY PAISLEY, 



Anderson, Mrs,^postmistress, 16 Napier street 



Barbour, William, salesman, Linwood Co-operative Store 

— honse, Napier street 
Blackstoun Shale, Coal, and Oil Works — proprietors, 

Allan Craig & Sons 
Board School — James Mitchell, teacher, School House 



Cameron, James, Linwood Mill 

Campbell, William, carding master 

Craig, Allan, of Allan Craig & Sons, Newfield, Johnstone 

Craig, Allan, Jan., of Allan Craig & Sons, Johnstone 

Craig, John, of Allan Craig & Sons, Johnstone 

Craig, William, of Allan Craig & Sons, Linwood 



Davie, John, clerk at Linwood Ironstone Pits 
Erentz, Frederick, at Storer & Sons 



106 LINWOOD. 



Faulds, Andrew, Linwood Mills 
Flemiag, John, oversman, Green Farm 



Galbraith, William, victualler, Napier street 

Gibson, John, manager, Linwood Mills 

Gibson, Misses, milliners and dressmakers, 9 Napier st. 

Gillespie, Mrs, teacher, R.C. School 

Gray, John, underground manager 



iEIattrick, Allan, joiner 

Korsburgh, William, manager at Paper Mill 



Inglis, Mrs James, Church street 



Kelly, John, mechanic 

Kelly, William, spinning master 

Kerr, William, farmer, Linclive 



Liggat, Robert, clerk at Paper Mill 

Linwood Cotton Spinning Company, Linwood Mill 

Linwood Mill School — Jas. Mitchell, teacher, Schoolhouse 

Linwood Shale Pit — James Scott, proprietor 

Linwood Supply Company, Grocery and Provision Store 

Lyle, John, farmer, Middleton 



Morrison, John, carding master 
M'Lachlan, Duncan, Erskine Falls, Clippens 
M'Nicol, Robert, victualler 



Pattison, Cliarles, blacksmith and farrier 
Prentice, James, gardener, Blackstone Lodge 
Prentice, John, grocer and spirit merchant 
Prentice, Robert, fiesher 



LINWOOD. 107 



Richardsou, G. W., Linwood Mills residence, Ardgryffe 

Ritchie, John, 3 Napier street 

Roberton, David, farmer, Linwood 

Roberton, David, spirit merchant 

Roberton, Robert, spirit merchant 

Rutherford, Thomas, farmer, Muirhead 

Speir, Miss, Burnbrae House 
Stevenson, Mrs, Buck's Head Hotel 

Walker, John, at Storer & Sons 

WATSON, R. & W., paper makers, Linwood Mills 

Watson, R., of R. & W. Watson, Newfield House, 

Johnstone 
Watson, W., of R. & W. Watson, Newfield House, 

Johnstone 



Linwood Established Church. 

Kev. John Aberuethy. 

Linwood Public School — James Mitchell, teacher. 

Post Office — Mrs Anderson, postmistress. 
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—42 LADY LANE. 



Branch Ofpices fCEAIGTON CEMETERY, PAISLEY ROAD. 
i5RA^CH UFFICES jj^^W CEMETERY, NEILSTON. 



INSCRIPTIONS ENGRAVED. MONUMENTS REPAIRED. 

All kinds of Jobbing in Stone and Brickwork carefully attended to. 
Grindstones, &c., kept in Stock or Made to Order. 

Estimates given for every description of Freestone, 
MarTsle, and G-ranite "Work, 

NEATLY EXECUTED TO ANY DESIGN. 










NURSERYMAN AND FLORIST. 

PAISLEY- 

BEDDING-OUT PLANTS, SHRUBS, CUT FLOWERS, AND 
BOUQUETS TO ORDER. 

Ornamental and Trviit Trees, SliruTss, &c., of every 
description. 

CARBIAGEHILL HOUSE. 
a 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



GROUNDJTO FEU. 

YERY GOOD GROUND TO FEU, 
oisr 

GREENLAW ESTATE, 



FOR 



VILLAS, TERRACES, AND COTTAGES' 

APPLY TO 
ARCHITECT AND PROPERTY VALUATOR, 

TERRACE BUILDINGS, 

PAISLEY. 

12 DYERS' WYND 

LEMOST DRIHKS. 

Confections of the Finest Quality, 
SOIREES SUPPLIED ©n MODERATE TERMS. 



GROCER S' AND DRAPER S' HANDBILLS 

PRINTED AT THE 

PAISLEY HERALD OFFICE BY W. B. WATSON, 

at the most Moderate Terms. 
10 MOSS STREET, PAISLEY- 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



SILK MERCERY 



AND 



GENERAL DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT, 

10 OEOSS, PAISLEY. 
N.B,— Always on hand the Newest Fashions as they 

appear. 



JAUES DALETliPLS: Bi SON, 



GASFITTEBS and LEAD MERCHANTS, 

8 OLD S3^EDS0IT STBEET, 

PAISLEY. 



I 



I 



JOHN KILPATRICK & SON, 

AND FUNERAL UNDERTAKERS; 

16 ABBEY STREET, Faisley. 

:o: 

Orders Carefully and Promptly attended to. 



EVERY DESCRIPTION OF 



JolD 



rlxi-tin 



Executed with Neatness, Economy, and Despatch, at the 

PAISLEY KBHALD OFFICE Td7 "W- B- "WATSON. 
10 MOSS STREET. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WEST or EN&LAND 

Fire and Lifs Assurance Company. 

ESTABLISHED 1807. 
And Empowered hy Special Acts of Parliament. 



TRUSTEES. 

Eiglit Hon. Earl of DEVON. Right Hon. Earl FORTESCUE. 

Right Hon. Earl MORLEY. Sir THOMAS DYKE ACELAND, Bart, 

SAMUEL T. KEKEWIOH, Esq., M.P. 

President— WILLIAM BARNES, Esq. 

Secretary and Actuary — G. S. CRISFORD. 

LIFE INSURANCE. 

TTIHIS Company offers to the Public the security of an ample paid 
X up Capital, and Accumulated Fuud 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 preeeut value 
in cash may be received — or an equivalent reduction of the future 
Annual Premium obtained, at the option of the insured. 

Assurances effected at lower rates without participation. Rever- 
sions purchased, and annuities granted. 

Loans are granted by the Company on Life Policies, on approved j^er- 
sonal security, and advances are also made on the security of policies of 
adequate value. 

VOLUNTEER CORPS. 
Persons insured with this Compauy 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 Policy Stamps or Medical Fees. 

[Continued. 



West of England Insurance — Continued. 



FIHE HTSUHANCES 

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. 

Forms of Proposals and Prospectuses may be had on applicatioa 
to any of the Company's Agents. 



PAISLEY BBAITCH. 

AGENTS- 
POLLOCEi & CO., 2 Forbes Place. 

D, LYLE, 4 High Street. 

J. WILSON POLLOCK, Oakshawhill. 

DUNCAN MCLAREN, Union Bank. 



OIL, PAI3^T, and COLORE HEECHAITTS, 
MACDOWALL STREET, 

PAISLEY. 



ALL kinds of VEGETABLE, ANIMAL, MINERAL, 
and PARAFFIN OIL on Stock. 

Manufacturers of Engine Oil, Machinery Oil, and Slide Grease. 
Terms and Samples on application. 



D. LYLE, 

AGENT WEST OF ENGLAND INSURANCE CO., 
ACCOUIXTA^T aod HOUjSE: FACTOR, 

4 HIGH STREET, PAISLEY. 

HOUSE~48 CAUSEYSIDE. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ECONOMY! 



I8DALE & N'CALLUnS 





MANUFACTURERS OF 



Cold Water Soap, Soap Powder, 
and Dry Soap. 



SEEDSMAIT, 
1 ST. MIRREN STREET, 



ALL KINDS OF GARDEN REQUISITES SUPPLIED 



JAMES REID, 



^; 



18 CAT7SEYSZDE, FAZSLE7. 

Retail Store and Worksliop — 

16 CAUSEYSIDE STREET (BACK LAND). 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ACCOUNTANT, 

Treasurer to the Paisley Heritable Property 
Investment Society^ 

AGENT FOR 

THE ENGLISH AND SCOTTISH LAW 
LIFE ASSURANCE ASSOCIATION, 

LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE FIRE 
INSURANCE COMPANY, 

AND 

14 GILMOUE STREET, PAISLEY. 



^ 



COAL MERCHANTS, 

STONEY BRAE AND UNDERWOOD DEPOTS, 
AND RAILWAY STATION, FULBAR STREET, 






€ 



m ^ 



WEST-END POSTING ESTABLISHMENT, 

KAY WEiaHS, 
3 KING STREET, PAISLEY. 

All Orders punctually attended to. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



gHAllli if ITlli©!, 

BULL IN2T POSTma ESTABLISHMENT, 
NEW STREET, PAISLEY. 

Sartingtons^ (X>og- Carts^ Saddle Horses^ MinihuseSy 

<^c., Job and (Post Horses^ Hearses^ Funeral and 

Wouming- Goaohes, Sfo. 

Funeral Undertaking and other Orders promptly attended to. 




'fflfff ' 



m 

HOME & FOREIGN FB UIT MERCHANT, 
53 CAXJSEYSIDS STIIEET, PAISLEY. 

Fresh Fruits always on Hand. 



PARTIES AND SOIREES SUPPLIED. 




AND RENFREWSHIRE ADVERTISER 

Commands an extensive Circulation amongst a population 
of 100,000 inhabitants, as well as being read in the neigh- 
bouring Counties of Ayr and Lanark. 

"TALK Across the Walnuts and the Wine," 

AND 

ALL THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



EOBEETSON'S 

HOME-MADE 

MAHMALADE. 

TlnsuTiDctssed in Purity and Flavour. 
TO BE HAD OF ALL GROCERS. 



BE SURE TO ASK FOR 

HOBERTSON'S 

Works— THRUSHGROVE, PAISLEY. 



ARCHD. MTARLANE, 

ENGINEER, SMITH, and BELLHANGER. 

MALLEABLE and CAST-IKON ORNAMENTAL RAILINGS 
AND GRATES CONTRACTED FOR and on STOCK. 

MAKER OF PATENT 3-ROLLER MANGLES, 



CHI-A-I^G-ES IMIOIDEI^^^TE. 



e ST. lEIBBElT STSEET. 



&i0fosisir t^t 



-;o:- 



AQADEMY-l S M I T H E I L L S. 



ADDRESS— 80 BROOMLANDS. 



10 ADVETITISEMENI^Sj 



NORWICH UNIOK 

ESTABLISHED 1797. 



Head Oi*ficb— SURREY STREET, NORWICH. 
London Office— 50 FLEET STREET, E.0» 



THE Rates of this Society are exceedingly moderate, and the 
insured are free frora all responsibility. 
This office is distinguished by its Uberality and promptness in the 
settlement of claims, £3,611,000 having been paid to Insurers for 
Losses by Fire. 

In proof of the public confidence in the principles and conduct of 
this Institution, it will sufiice to state that the total amount Insured 
exceeds £135,000,000. 

0. E. BIGNOLD, ^zcretary. 



Agent for Paisley^- 

JAMES B. LAMB, 12 High Street, 
ARCHITECT AND LICENSED PROPERTY VALUATOR. 






boot:m.j^_ece:r>, 
46 moss street, paisley, 

Has always on hand a well-selected Stock ©f 

BOOTS AND SHOES, 

Which, from their elegant finish and durability, cannot 
fail to give entire satisfaction. 

Ladies^ and Gentlemen's Boots Made to Measure^ 
Eopairs Promptly i^ttended to. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



IIiilllB 



G R. O O E R. 

GENERAL BOTTLER AND /ERATED WATEF 

MANUFACTURER, 

20 MOSS STREET and 4 HUNTER STREET, 
PAISLEY. 

HOUSE— 20 MOSS STREET. 



JOINER AND CABINETMAKER, 

26 CAUBEYSIDE BTBEET, 

PA ISLE Y, 

HOUSE— 166 GEORGE STREET. 



SUCCESSOR TO 

WILLIAM STIRLING & CO., 

SADDLER, HARNESS, MILITARY ACCOUTRE- 
MENT, AND BELT MANUFACTURER, 

86 HiaH STEEET, PAISLEY. 

EstaWislied Upwards of One Hundred Years. 



ALEXANDER M'LELLAN, 

VIOLINIST, ^ 



AND 



TEACHER OF DANCING 
40 NEW STEEET, PAISLEY. 

Large and Small Bands provided for Parties. 



12 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



nil W h™ 'II 



WHOLESALE AND DETAIL 







t 



^9 



26 NEW SMITHHILLS STREET, 



I9.A.ISIjE"5r- 



PLUMBER, GASFITT_ER_AND BELLHANGER, 

HOT AND COLD WATER FITTINGS OF EVERY 
DESCRIPTION. 



53 HIGH STREET, PAISLEY. 

House— 13 BARCLAY STREET. 



yMj^ lfJliirB 



CABINETMAKERS & UPHOLSTERERS, 

33 WELLMEADOW STREET, 



HOUSE ABOVE. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



13 



CAPITAL, 



FIRE. 




aUEEN 



INSUHANCE 



£2,000,000. 



COMPANY. 



LIFE. 

? 



HEAD OFFICE FOR SCOTLAND— 

75 ST, aBOR&E'S PLACE, ^LASaCW. 
GLASGOW BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 

C/%mr?«a«— ANDREW GALBRAITH, Esq., Merchant. 
Dep^-Chairman-iKli^-^ MORTON, Esq., Greenock Iron Coy. 



Wm. Fearce, Esq., Shipbuilder. 

William Wothekspoon, Esq., 
of Castlehead, Paisley. 

J. MoNCRiEFF Wilson, 

General Manager of ihe Com- 
pany. 



Esq., 



Frank Baikd, Esq., Brewer. 
David Barr, Esq., Writer. 
J. M. Cunningham, Esq , Banker. 
Alexander Dick, Esq., Writer. 
Donald Johnstone, Esq., C.E , 

Coalmaster. 
Walter M'Lellan, Esq., Iron 

Merchant. 

Resident Scottish Managers — 

MITCHELL, "WATSOaiT, & 'WIITK, 

Chaitered Accouutauts aud btockbrokers, Glasgow. 
Resident J^ecret art— JOHN CAR8WELL, Glasgow. 

FIRE and LIFE INSUKANCES, of nearly every description, may 
be eti'ected with this Company, on the most favourable terms. 



la point of Security "QUEEN" Policies are 

unsurpassed. 

THE AUTHORISED CAPITAL IS £2,000,000 

SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL 1,800,350 

THE CAPITAL PAID UP 180,035 

THE RESERVE AND FIRE FUNDS 388,054 

While the LIFE FUND (amounting to £364,006, being 69 per 
cent of the entire net premiums received on every Policy now in 
existence) is in itself amply sufficient to meet all its Liabilities, 
assuming that only Three Per Cent. Intei-est is cleared on the 
Investments, the actual rate, which is much beyond this, is a source 
of Profit*to the Policy-holders. 

Losses Settledjwlth Promptitude and Liberality. 

AGftNTs IN Paisley — 
A. B. STEWART. 6 Forbes Place. 
R. WOTHERSPOON & BROWNLIE, 50 Maswellton. 
JAS. iM'lNTYRE, 23 Hic-h Street. 

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14 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



GLASGOW WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

WIRE WAREHOUSE, 

AND GENERAL 

WIRE-WORK & WIRE-CLOTH MANUFACTORY, 

BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT. 
Established 1837. 

ALEXANDER ^OWAT I CO., 

I3ATENTEES aud Sole Makers of Flexible Wire Flat Eopes for 
Colleries, Mines, Hoists, &c., pronounced by Eminent 
Engineers to be Supeiior to anything at present in use for Mining 
aud Hoistiug pui-poses, they are lighter and less liable to damage 
than Flat Hemp Ropes, and greatly more durable. 

Patentees and Manufacturers of Machine-made Lattice Wire-work, 
forming a cheap and thoroughly efficient protection for Windows 
and Roof Lights of Churches, Schools, Warehouses, Factories, 
Stoies, Granaries, Public Works, etc., made in Sheets, to anj-- Size 
or Shape, or in Rolls 60 j'ards, with anj^ width up to six feet. 

Manufacturers -of Brass, Iron, aud Steel Wire Tube Brushes of 
superior quality, for LocumotiYe, Maiine, and other Tubular Boilws. 

Manufacturers of all kinds of Wire-work and Wire-cloths for 
Engineers, Ship-builders, Ironfounders, Starch Manu^facturers, Sugar 
Refiners, Brewer.-;, Lit^tillers, Cotton and Flour Mills, Chemical 
Works, Gas and Water Works, etc. 

Ornamental Wire Fence Borderings, Baskets, Flower Stands, ete., 
made to order. 

Galvanized Wire-netting, all widths, kept in Stock, suitable for 
Pigeon and Poultry Enclosures. 

Wire Riddles, Screens, and Sieves for all purposes. 

Copper, Brass, Tinned, Galvanized, and Iron Wires all Sizes. 

Plain aud Galvanized Fencing nnd Netting Staples always in Stock. 



Cotmfn/ or Export Orders Prompflfi Expcuted. 

Estra "Wire-'W'ork or "Wire-Olotlis "W'rouglit to Order. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



15 



Q'Uqmm, ^UMm$U, mtA Wmlnmlm, 

ST. MIRREN'S ENGINE WORKS, 

P A I S L E T, 
ESTABLISHED 1868. 



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JOINER, CABINETMAKER, AND UPHOLSTERER, 

30 ORCHAED STREET, PAISLEY. 

House— ABOVE. 
Funerals Conducted and Jobbing Pnnctually attended to. 



-^%J 11^ 'III '/M^ ^"^3S m\\ Ci 

FLASTEBiEU, 

No. 11 SIR MICHAEL STREET, 

House — 28 Orchard Street. 



T 



DANIEL MACTAGGART, 

8 ORR SQUARE, PAISLEY. 

HOUSE— 36 HIGH STREET. 



Gentlemen's and Boys' Clothing Fashionably Made, 
Also, Ladies' Jackets. 



16 



AD'^ERTISEMEJ^TS. 



PHOTOGRAPHER, 

9 aiLMOXJR STBEET, PAISLEY. 

Finished in Oils, Water Colours, or Black and White 



Speciality— OMldren Talsen Instantaneous^ 

BOOTS "and" shoes 

FROM THE MANUFACTURERS, 

166 aEOEQE STBIIET, 

PAISLEY 

(Next St. Georges Church). 

Warehouse Open from 9 a.m. till 8 p.m., Saturday iuelnded. 



PATEITTS FOS IITVBITTIONS. 

GEO. M. ORUIKSHANK, 

CONSULTING ENGINEERS PATENT AGENT, 

135 BOCHANAN^EET, GLASGOW. 

BRITISH, Colonial, and Foreign Paterts obtained. Specifications 
Drawn and Revised, and Drawings prepared for Patented 
luvestions. Searches and Reports as to novelty of Inventions. 
Opinions in cases of Infringement. Advice on the Law of Patents, 
and every assistance given to Patentees and Inventors. Trade 
Marks and Designs registered. 18 years' experience as a Patent 
Agent. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



17 




JAMES WOOD & CO., 

COAL MEZICHANTS. 
WisLaw & Ayrshire Coal Depots* 

UNDERWOOD and STONEY BRAE, Paisley, 

AND 

RAILWAY STATION, Fulbar Street, RENFREW, 

Have always on hand a Supply of the Finest Quality of Wishaw 
Household Coals. They are of Superior Quality, and give general 
eatisfaction. A trial iolicited. 

Fresh supplies daily of Beat Furnace Coal and Dross. 



I 



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irvv wti? 



$ 



22 MEW SMITHHILLS, 



COPPERSMITH, PLUMBER, TINSMITH, 
SHEET IROIT WORKER, &c. 



LUBRIC AT ORS, 

COPPER, BRASS, AND IRON VENTILATORS. 

Engineer and Ship Furnisher, 

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18 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



QMUM LIFE 



ASSURANCE COMPANY, 

Capital— ONE MILLION. 



LIFE — FIRE — LOANS. 

BONUS PERIOD, 1882. 

Entrants on participating tables before the close of the current 
year will be entitled to SHARE OF BONUSES at the 
fortbconiincr Distiibuticu of Protits. 



Head Office for West and North of Scotland — 

GENERAL ASSURANCE OFFICES, 

141 WEST GEORGE STREET, GLASGOW. 

WALKER, SCOTT, & CO., Local Managers. 

agents in paisley — 
Mr JOHN CARtSWELL, 4 High Street. 
Mr THOMAS DOXALD, 103 High Street. 

GLASGOW GRAIN AND GENERAL 

aHHTBina MILLS 

AND 

COFFEE ROASTING WORKS. 



A FRENCH Scientific Gentleman, who has directed bis attention 
to the subject of Coffee Roasting, says : — I have found that 
Coffee is better ruasted, and more of tbe aroma retained -when a 
donble cylinder is used — the air between the interior and exterior 
cylinders acting as a non-conductor of beat. It is done more 
uniformly, while the essential oil on which the aroma depends is 
less liable to be depressed than when exposed to the fierce heat of a 
fire in a single cylinder. 

In the double rotary globular method of roasting as practised at 
Mr MiNTO's Works, Graeme Street, Glasgow, the above principle is 
acted upon, in as much as the globe (which has superseded the 
cylinder since the aprlication of steam power to this branch) re- 
volves in a medium oi heated air, which experience has shown beet 
prevents the dispersion of the essentisl oil aroma. 

DAViD MINTO, GR^mTsTREET; GLASGOW. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



19 



fTtvirj) hTJiW- 



53 OAUSEYSIDE STREET, 



H 



I^'.A.ISLE"^. 



HOUSE— 11 NEILSTON ROAD. 






Ironmonger, PIumTjer, Q-asfitter^Ss Zinc "Worker, 
102 CAUSEYSIDE, PAISLEY. 



Woe f^ SHOP— 28 NEW STREET. House— 29 CAUSEYSIDE. 
Orders carefully attended to, and Charges Moderate. 



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H- 1 






Qoach'b'uiilder, Fainter and Decorator, 

SPRING VAN AND LORRY MAKER, 

4 iAWll Sf ailT, PMSLIT. 



QUAHRV GROUHD, OFF MILL STREET. 

Mk GLASGOW has hnd the liouour of Decorating for the leading 
Trades, Societies, Clubs, and Church Soirees in Paisley, and big 
efforts have received the praise of the Press and Public, 

Flags and Socorations can "be liad en Hire. 
TERMS MODERATE. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. ^^ 



ROBERT HUTCHISON, 

BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, 

S3 HIGH STREET, 

P A 1^ E Y. 

MEASURES' TAKEN AT PARTIES' RESIDENCES. 

G-oods sent for Inspection. 
REPAIRS PROMPTLY and NEATLY EXECUTED. 



TEI?,3yCS 3yCOIDElJE?,.A.TE]. 



FUNERAL UNDERTAKERS, 

42 ITEW STREET, 



OFFICE OPEN NIGHT AND DAY. 



COMMISSIOIT and IlTSTTItAlTCE AGENT, 

ANNFIELD YILLA, CASTLEHEAD, 

And 54 ST. ENOCH SQUARE, Glisgoit. 



Agent for the 
SCOTTISH WIDOWS' FUND LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. 

NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY. 
LONDON GUARANTEE and ACCIDENT COxMPANY (Limited). 

Prospectuses and full information given on Application. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



MATTHEW HECTOR L CO., 

COAL MERCHANTS, 
CALEDONIAN EAILWAY DEPOT 

(HEAD OF ST. JAMES STREET). 



Best Qualities of Wishaw Coals and Dross at Lowest 
Market Rates. 

House— 24 GLEN STREET. 



J 



24 COTTON ST21BET, PAISLEY. 

Funerals carefully conducted either in Town or 
Country, on the most Moderate Terms. 

J. B.'s Personal Attention on all occasions. 



O) ^s 



TIN AND ZINC CASE MAKER, 



"SJ^^S 



if aiiT, pj 



22 ADVEHilSEMENTS. 



EDINBURGH LIFE ASSURANCE 

OFFICE 

IFOTJnsriDEID 1S23. 

:o: 

Funds, £1,750,000. Incomk, £250,000. 

NEW PLAN OF LIFE ASSURANCE. 

PREMIUMS TERMINABLE DURING LIFE 

At Ordinary "Whole-Life Rates. 

NOK-FORFIITABLE POLICIES. MoDERATB PREMIUMS. 



N.B. — Policies issued under the " Married Women's Policies of 
Assurance (Scotland) Act, 1880," effected fer Family purposes, may 
be placed beyond the reach of Creditors. 

Life Business only Transacted. 

West of Scotland Branch — 
Office— 122 ST. VINCENT STREET, GLASGOW- 

Resident Secretary— J^RGB.. HEWAT, P.F.Y.A., P.S.S., 
Public Valuer under the Friendly Societies' Act. 

DAYID CARSWELL & SON, 

A. B. Carsewell respectfully intimiites 
that he is now carryms; on the above Business 
in all its branches under the old name, and 
trusts, bj diligent attention and careful work- 
manship, to merit a continuance of the 
confidence of all former Customers. 

WOK KSHOP— BACK LAND, 

35 S T H Z E STEEET. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. ' 23 



ROBERT DRENNAN, 

Houss and Sign Fainter and Paper Hanger, 

30 CAUSEYSIDE STREET, 

PAISLEY. 



STATIONERS, ACCOUNT-BOOK MAKERS 




AND GENERAL PRINTERS, 

THE CROSS, PAISLEY. 

JAMES HUTCHISON, 

PLASTERER, 
3 GLEN LANE (WESTSIDE COTTAGE), 

AND 

144 WEST BEIDGE-END, 

X>i;sL3:xi.'l3£t:r*'toxi.- 

U P H L B T E B IS E , 
40 HIGH STREET, PAISLEY. 

Venetian Blinds ; Hair, Wool, and Straw Mattresses. 
LADIES' SEWED WORK MADE UP. 



2^ ADVERTISEMENTS. 



CALEDONIAN 

piHiJ mm mmmii. m. 



ESTABLISHED 1871 under Companies Acts, 1862, 1867. 



All Glass Insured at Moderate Rates, and 
promptly replaced. 

APPLY TO 

AGENTS IN PAISLEY. 

Head Office— 131 HOPE STREET, (GLASGOW. 

W. M'GAVIN M'CULLOCH, Manager. 



UNI O N 

FIRE AND LIFE OFFICE. 

ESTABLISHED (168 Years;— A.D. 1714. 

All Fire Risks at Ordinary Rates. Large Life Bonus, and 

every description of Life Insurance secured at 

Moderate Premiums. 



Apply to AGENTS IN PAISLEY. 
Scottish Offick— 131 HOPE STREET, GLASGOW. 

W. M'GAVIN M'CULLOCH, Local Manager. 

WASHING AND DRESSINgT 

THE COMMITTEE of the PAISLEY HOUSE OF 
REFUG-E respectfully call the attention of Families 
and others to the facilities afforded for WASHING- and 
DRESSING of CLOTHES at the Establishment. 
Parties may rely on their work being done in the most 
satisfactory manner, and at Moderate Charges. 

Price Lists may be had of the Matron, at the 
Refuge, Stow Place, Paisley. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



25 



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im 



ITEllT, FMStlY. 



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(A SPECIALITYO 

0)ul.l an fUfet /Ufeatfie.ti na ^LLLcLnance, 



Orders Received for Out- Door Work. 

PORTRAITS ENLAR&BD "and PAINTED TIP TO 
IiIFE-SIZE. 

PAINTINGS EXECUTED FROM LIFE. 
0}Ltiect <^/zecLni.en.& mai^ lie &eeri at ^tucLia, 





Furniture Cleaned, Repaired, and Polished. Joblsings in Upholstery 
Charges Moderate. 



8 O H XJ :R- O KC KC JC 31, IL. - 






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2 LaDY LANE, PAISLEY. 



26 ADYEETISEMENTS. 



ESTABLISMED A QUARTER OF A CENTURY. 



. Q eMJ-' d^Ji J^Jl <J^=S ^^4» V^ \ 

DYERS AND CLEANERS, 

PAISLEY. 



RECEIVING OFFICES: 

London — 4:A Chepstow Place. Westbourne Grove, W. 

DuBUN — 3 College Street. 

Bfxf.ast— 21 Arthur Street. 

Londonderry — 28 Bishop Street. 

Edinburgh — 1 Lynedoch Place, W. 

Do. • — 2 Arniston Place, NewingtoH. 
Greenock — 25 West Blackhall Street. 

PAISLEY-2 SMITHHILLS. 

Do. -STANLEY DYBWORKS. 



BELLS' DYEWORK, PArSLEY. 

WATSON & PATTISON, 

BUILDERS AND MONUMENTAL WORKERS, 
LAD? LAXTE, PAISLEY. 



Lettering in Granite and Freestone neatly executed' 



JoTjMngs in MasoaiiT pimctiLally attended to- 



Grindstones kept in Stock or made to Order. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



27 



89 HIGH STBiEET, 

(ONE STAIR UP), 



CHIP, STRAW, LEGHORN, FELT, AND 

BEAYER HATS & BONNETS 
CLEANED, DYED, AND ALTERED, 

Gentlemen's Old FELT HATS Made Fashionable for 
Ladies and Children. 



J^.B. — ^ill not he responsible for Goods not called for in 

Two Months. 



M 



■mm 
TEHBiACE BT7ILDINaS. 



R 



Respectfully invites attention to his 
NEW STOCK OF 

PIANOFORTES AND HARMONIUMS, 

By all the Best Makers, in the most Modern Style of Cases' 
THE NEWEST MUSIC. 



TUNI1T& AND IIBPAIIIIN& BY FIHST-OLASS 
TUNERS. 



MUSICIANS FOR EVENING PARTIES. 



28 ADVERTISEMENTS- 

JOHN PATER SON, 

PRINTER AND STATIONER, 
76 HIGH STREET (near the Museum), PAISLEY. 

BILLS, CircHlars, Funeral Letters, Invoice Tops, Memorandum 
Forms, Cards, Programmes, and General Job Printing Neatly 
and Cheaply done at the above Address. 



Freethought, Democratic, Republican, and Malthusiak 
Literature Supflieb to Order. 



JOHN ANDERSON, 

ACCOUNTANT, 
5 COUNTY PLACE, PAISLEY. 

;o; 

Treasurer to the BtTEGH SCHOOL BOARD, 

AGENT FOR THE 

Eoyal Fire and Life Insurance^ Company, 

AND THE 

London Guarantee and Accident Company, &c. 

:o: 

J. A. undertakes the Auditing and Balancing of Bo@ks, the 
Preparation of Balance Sheets and Factory and Residue Accounts, 
the Winding-up of Trust and Seque.strated Estates, and all other 
AcoouHtaucy Business, on the most reasonable Terms, and with the 
utmost despatch. 

ABERCOKN FUNERAL UNDERTAKING 

AND 

CARRIAGE HIRING ESTABLISHMENT. 



PTJNEHAL UNDERTAKER 

AND 

CAB AND CARKIAGE HIRER. 



Stables AND Workshop, 4 ST. JAMES PLACE. 

Office, 2 COUNTY PLACE. 

STABLES OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



29 



WEAR THE 
'^BKILLIANT PEBBLES" 




The most perfect Sight PreserTer. 

They never Tire the Eyes, and last mauy years without 

change. Each pair stamped '' Hardie, Paisley." 

The Sight perfectly suited with Pateut Optometer for measuring 

the Sight. 



M , N . HARDIE, 

28 WELL MEADOW, PAISLEY 



JENNY' S WELL 

WASHING & DRESSING 

EBTABLXSHME:bTT, 



GOODS LIFTED on receipt of Post - Card, and 
DELIVERED in Paisley and Glasgow on the Shortest 
Possible Notice, there being ample accommodation at 
Jenny's Well. All Goods warranted to be 

GLASS-BLEACHED. 



EVERY DESCRIPTION OF 



Executed with Neatness, Economy, and Despatch, at the 

PAIS^BY HERALD OFFICE lay W- B- WATSON. 

10 MOSS STREET. 

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30 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

ITORTH BRITISH AND MEECAITTILB 
IITSUBAITCE COMPANY, 

ESTABLISHED 1809. 



RESOURCES OF THE COMPANY AS AT 31st 

DECEMBER, 1881. 

I. SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL. 

Paid up, . ... ■ ... £600,000 

Uucalled, * 1,600,000 



£2.000,000 



IL FIRE EUND. 

Reserve £844,577 

Premium Reserve, ... ... ... ... .319,551 

Balance of Profit and Loss Account, ... 64,367 



£1,218,495 



IIL LIFE FUND. 
Accumulated Fund of the Life Brancb, ... £3,112,590 
Do, Do, Annuity Branch, 395,515 



£3.508.105 



IV. REVENUE FOR THE YEAR 1881. 

From the Life Depai'tment. 

Life Premiums and Interest, ... ... £462,824 

Annuity Premiums and luterest, ... ... 15,877 



£478,701 
From the Fire Department. 
Fire Premiums and Interest, £1,024,384 



£1,503.085 



LIFE DEPARTMENT. 

I LIFE INSURANCE BRANCH, 

The large proportion of Nine-Tenths of the Profits is divided 
among the Policy-holders ou the participating Scale every five 
years, and is allocated not only ou the sums insured, but also ©n tha 
previous additious. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 31 



North British and Mercantile Insurance Company— Continued. 

The last Division of Profits was made aa at 31st December, 1880, 
when there was declared a Bouus of £1 7s. 6d. per cent, per annum. 

If taken as a percentage on the original sums in the Policies, this 
Bonus is equivalent to an addition of from £2 lis. 4d. per cent, per 
annum on the oldest Policies, to £1 7s. 6d. per cent, on those now 
for the first time entitled to participate. 

11.— ANNUITY BRANCH. 

Annuities, Immediate, Contingent, or Deferred, are granted on 
favoureible terms. 

FIRE DEPARTMFNT. 

The Company Insures against Fire almost every description of 
Property, at Home or Abroad, at the lowest rates of Premium 
corresponding to the risk. 

The Policies of this Corporation now extend to cover Loss or 
Damage by Lightning to the property insured, whether set on fire 
thereby or not. 

Every information may he had at the Chief Offices, Branches^ 
or Agencies. 

Chief Offices — 
Edinburgh— 64 PRINCES STREET. 
LoNDOxN— 61 THREADNEEDLE STREET. 



Glasgow Bkanch Office— 102 ST. VINCENT STREET. 



Local Manager— G. W. SNODGRASS. 
Local Secretary— DAVID L. LAIDLAW. 



.A.GI-ElsrTS. 

M'INNES, MACKENZIE, & LOCHHEAD, Writers, Paisley. 
JOHN HUTCHESON, Banker, Paisley. 
W. J. ORMISTON, 66 Love Street, Paisley. 
ROBERT ARMOUR, Commission Agent, Paisley. 
JDHN ADAM, Writer, Paisley. 
WALTER HOLMS, Banker, Johnstone. 

GROCER S' AND DRAPER S' HANDBILLS 

printed at the 
PAISLEY HERALD OFFICE BY W. B. WATSON, 

at the most Moderate Terms, 
10 MOSS STREET, PAISLEY. 



32 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



THE COMMERCIAL UNZON 

ASSURANCE COMPANY- 

Oapital fully Subscribed £2.500,000 

Capital Paid-up..... 250,000 

Life Fuuds in Special Trust for Life Policy Holders exceed... 733,000 
Total Annual Premium Income 1,050,000 



Cliief Offices-19 and 20 CORNHILL, LONDOIT. 



W. Reirson Arbuthnot, Esq. 
Rabert Barclay, Esq. (Barclay, 

Bevan, & Co,) 
W. Middleton Campbell, Esq. 

(Bosanquet, Curiis, & Co.) 
Jeremiah Colman, Esq. (J. & J. 

Colman) 

E. 0. Fergusson, Esq. 

Alfred Giles, Esq., 27 Great 

George Street, London, S.W 
Edmund S. Haubury, Esq. 

(Messrs Truman, Hanbury, 

& Co.) 
Frederick W. Harris, Esq. (Harris 

& Dixon.) 
John Holms, Esq., M.P. (Wm. 

Holms & Brothers.) 

F. Lark worthy, Esq., Bank of 

New Zealand. 



DIRECTORS. 



Charles J. Leaf, Esq. (Leaf 

Sons, & Co,) 
E. A. Mavrogordato, Esq., 

(Tamvaco, Micrulachi, & 

MavrogDrdato.) 
William Leask.Esq.,14: Eastchaap 
Rt.Hon.A. J. Muudella, M.P. 
Genl. Sir H. W. Norman, K.C.B. 
Sir Henry W. Peek, Bart., M.P. 

(Peek, Brothers, & Co) 
P. P. Rodocauachi, Esq. (P. P. 

Rodocanacbi & Co.) 
Thomas Russell, Esq. C.M.G. 
P. G. Sechiari, Esq. (Sechiari 

Bros. & Co.) 
Andrew E. Scoble, Esq., Q.C. 
Alex. Sim (Churchhill & Sim.) 
John P. Tate. Esq. 
Hy. Trower (Trower &Law80n.") 



Secretary, SAML. J. PIPKIN, 



Manager, D. MARSHALL LANG. 
Moderate Rates of Premium, based on an equitable System. 
Claims liberally and promptly settled. 

Actuary, T. E. YOUNG, B.A. 

In addition to the Life Funds above stated, Policy-Holders possess 
the security of the whole subscribed capital and other Fuuds of the 
Company. 

The Expenses of Management, exclusive of commission, are 
limited by Deed- of Settlement to a small per ceutage ou the Premium 
Income. 

Fixed Minimum Surrender Values are guaranteed on ordinary 
■whole Life Policies after three years' duration. 

Claims are paid oue mouth after proof of death. 

Ne V and liberal provisions for foreign residence and travel. 



BRANCH OFFICES. 

191 WEST GEORGE STREET, GLASGOW— ARCHIBALD LAWSON, District Manager* 

Bankers — The Union Bank of Scotland. 
Solicitors — Messrs Mitchells, Cowan, & Johnstone. 
AGENTS IN PAISLEY— R. Wotherspoon &Erowulie, 50 Maxwell- 
ton : D. C. Bell, Union Bank. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



S3 



AND KENFREWSHIRE ADVERTISER 

Commands an extensive Circulation amongst a population 
of 100,000 inhabitants, as well as being read in the neigh- 
bouring Counties of Ayr and Lanark. 



"TALK Across the Walnuts and the Wine," 

AND 

ALL THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. 



IPIilCEl Ol^E I=>E3Sr3Sr"X-. 



34 PAISLEY. 



Paisley (Bur^li) Scliool Board. 

Thomas Coats, Esq., Chairiuan. 



Treasurer Clark. 
Bailie Cochran. 
Mr R. M. Ckrk. 
Mr David Caldwell. 



Mrs Arthur. 
Rev. Dean Chisholm. 
Eev. W. F. Mill3. 
Mr H. H. Smiley. 

STANDING COMMITTEBS. 

School Management Committee. — The whole Board — Mr James Clark, 

convener, 
{grammar School Committee. — The whole Roard — Rev.Dean Chisholm, 

coHveiier. 
School Attendance Committee. — The whole Board — Rev. Mr Mills, 

convener. 
Finance Committee. — The whole Board-— Bailie Cochran, convener. 
Works CommiVee. — The whole Board — Mr David Caldwell, convener. 
Industrial Worlc. — Mrs Arthur, reporter and visitor; assisted by a 

committee of other ladies (Mrs Millar, Mrs Plett, Miss Dunn, 

and Miss Robertson). 
Committee on Reliuious Instruction. — Mrs Arthur, Eev, Mr Mills, Mr 

J. Clark, MrR. M. Clark, and Mr Smiley— Rev. Mr Mills, cou- 

venen 

Clerk — Mr MacRobert. Treasurer— Mr Anderson. 
Visiting Officer — Mr Taylor. 

Carriers' QuarterSo 

All Parts of the Pfor^^f— Cowan & Co.. Goods Station, Greenlaw. 

Robert M-Lean, clerk. 
Do.,, Caledonian Railway Company. 

Peter Blair, agent for Paisley. 
Barrhead and Neilston — Arrives Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, 

and departs same days — Geo. Hamilton, 

91 Causeyside. 
Beith — Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays ; departs same days — James 

Ferrie, at John Bell's, 12 Causeyside. 
Glasgow — Arrives and departs daily — Robert Lockie, 91 Causeyside; 

J. M'Kair & Co., 5 Bank Street; Wm. 

Walker, 39 Lady Lane. Railway 

Parcel Office, Railway Station. 
Motiston — Arrives and departs every Friday — Andrew Kean, at A. H. 

Park & Co.'s, Cross. 
Johnstone — Arrives and departs daily — Robert Langmnir, 91 Causey- 
side. 
Lochwinnoch — Arrives Wednesdays and Saturdays ; departs same 

days — James Jack, grocer, Cross. 
Paisley, Glasgow, and Johnstone — John M'Donald, at John Lang's, 47 

Moss Street. 
Various Places — Railway Parcel Office, Railway Station. 



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