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GLASGOW DIRECTORY,

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Adam, John, watchmaker, 50, High-itreet

Adam, Francis, vintner, 164, Trongate

Adam, John, do. Prince of Wales* tavern, 33,

Brunfwick-itreet

Adam, James, grocer, 73, Bell-flreet

Adam, Alexander, meal-feller, 6$, Bridgegate

Adam, David, ironmonger, 166, Saltmarket

Adam, M. Englifti teacher, 402, Gailowgate

Adam, David, grocer, 26, John-ftreet

Adam, Mrs. midwife, Gorbals

Adamfon, H. tea and fpirit {hop,.Rottenrow

Atfshead, James, lapidary, 13, King-ftreet

Aikeuhead, James, baker, 6 6, Argyll ftreet

Aikman, Rob. fpirit- dealer, Gibfpn-ftr. Gailowgate

Aird, Wm. faddler, Argyll-ftreet, corner of Virginia

ftreet, houfe, corner of Maxwell-ftreet

Aird, William, ftocking-ftiop, t, Saltmarket

Aird, Robert, faddler, Gorbals

Aird, Hugh, glue-maker, Bridgegate

Aitchefon, William, writer, 78, Trongate

Aitchefon, J. & Co. yarn warehoufe, 22, Virginia-ftr.

Aitchefon & Smith, manufacturers, at the Crofs

Aitchefon, Bafil, joiner, head of John-ftreet

Aitken, James, tailor, 39, Prince's ftreet

Aitken & Campbell, filk mercers, &c. 38, Trongate

Aitken, William, cloth and furniftiing {hop, 39, da,

lodgings, 115, Stockwell

Aitken, James* carrier, 62, Candleriggs

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Aitken, James, fpint-deakr, 98 Gallowgate.

Aitken, John, brewer, 32, Havannah-ftreet

Aiton, John, tailor, 1 i2,.Saltmarket

Alexander s John, combpajt*, Tontine dofs

Alexander, James, warelioufeman, 34, Trongatej

houfe, 55, St. Andrew's fquare

Alexander, John, dentift, 449, Gallowgate

Alexander. F. oil and colourman, 8, Argyll-ftreet

Alexander, John, merchant, Horn's court.

Alexander, major John, barrack-ma lter> at Mrs*

Alexander's, 12, George's fquare

Alexander, R. F. & Co. manufac rs . St, A. fqr. eaft fide

Alexander & Miliiken, flocking manufacturers, 33,

Gallowgate

Alexander, D. baker, 239, High-ftreet

Alexander, James, grocer, 220, High-ftreet

Alexander, J. teacher, 97^ High-ftreet

Alexander, Robert, tobacccnift, 20, High-flreet

Alexander & Scott, (ilk and worded fhop, 116,

Neifon-ftreet

Alexander, Robert, merchant, ?2, Candleriggs

Alexander, Andrew, grocer, 1 26, Bridgegate

Algie, Charles, Engliih, French, Latin, and Greek

Academy,, 421, Gallowgate

Co. hofiers, 44, St. A. fquare

Allan, David, jun r . &

Allan, Alexander, jun. & Co. merchants, 44, do.

Allan, James, baker, 57, Bell-ftreet

Allan, Thomas, vintner, 125, Gallowgate

Allan, John, frnith, 23, John-ftreet

Allan, James, haberdafher. 81., Bell-ftreet

Allan & Coats, yarn fhop, 79* High-ftreet

Allan, Charles, fpirit-deale*, 1 2, High-ftreet

Allan, Wm. manut'. Hofpital ftr. Hutchefontown



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Allan, Adam, (hoemakcr, 20, Saltmarket

Allan, Hugh, vintner, 402, Gallowgate

Allan, William, grocer, 61, Bridgegate

Allan, William, printer, 154/XYongate

Allan, , ham-mop, 242, High ftreet

Allifon, David, teacher of tatm, Public Grammar

School, 95 , John-ftreet

Allifon, Thomas, ihoe fliop, 35,Trongate

Alfton, Bell & Henley, fiik warehoufemen, 34, do.

Alfton, John, merchant, lodging, Shortridge's land,

corner of Dunlop- ftreet

Alfton, John, & Son, infurance-brokers, Exchange

Alfton, Tho. & Son, manufaaurers, 55, St. A. fqr.

Alfton, William, merchant, Reid's land, Argyll -ftr,

Anderfon, James, jun. do. 14, Trongate

Anderfon, John, do. 21, do.

Anderfon, JameS, fen. do. 15, do.

Anderfon, John, jun. do. i6> do.

Anderfon, Robert, writer, W r allace-court, Bell-ftreet

Anderfon, John,

do, Blackftock's land, 83, Saltm.

Anderfon, William, furgeon, 137, Stock well

Anderfon, Forbes, fpirit-dealer, Graham's buildings,

George-ftreet

Anderfon's Inftitution, Lecture-room, 3, John-ftreet

Anderfon, Bannatyne &Co. manuf rs . warehouie, 19,

Hutcheibn-ftr. counting-houfe, 87, Glafsford-ftr.

Anderfon, James, tailor^ 43, Prince's ftreet

Anderfon, Thomas, glazier, 122, George-ftreet

Anderfon, Matthew, baker, 219, do-

Anderfon, Robert, joiner, 77, Gallowgate

Anderfon, Mrs. T. grocer, 24, Candleriggs

Anderfon, Andrew, at A.Liddel & Go's dp,

Anderfon, George, grocer, 146, Stcekwell


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Anderfon, John, fpirit-dealer, 462, Gallowgate

Anderfon's hardware (hop, 177, Saltmarket

Anderfon, John, fpirit-dealer, 127, Gallowgate

Anderfon, William, fmith, 5 1 , Saltmarket

Anderfon, John, joiner, 57, Gallowgate

Anderfon, John, brickmaker, eaft end of Gallowgate

Anderfon, James, brickmaker, do. do.

Anderfon, William, tanner, Old Vennal

Anderfon, John, reedmaker, 442, Gallowgate

Anderfon, Thomas, grocer, 292, High-ftreet

Anderfon, Alexander, manufacturer, 72, Bell-ftrcet

Anderfon, James, porter houfe, 6$ % Trongate

Andrew, James, fpirit-dealer, 55, Candleriggs

Andrew's fumiihed lodgings, 116, Trongate

Angus, Archibald, meal-dealer. Great Dovehill

Angus, Mrs. tailor, New-Wynd

Angus, William, Englifli academy, 69, Glafsford-ftr.

Angus, Ja s . manufacturer, Sidney court, Argyll-ftr.

Arbuckle, James, glafs-cutter, 249, High.-fl.rect

Archibalds & Co. bakers, 63, Ingram-ilveet

Armour, John, tailor, 4-9, Gallowgate

Arneil, J. baker, 6, Stockwell

Arnot, Alexander, lodging, Carfwelfscourt,Gea.-flr,

Arnot, Thomas, manufacturer, 7, Hutcliefon-ftr.

Arnot, Peter, Scots cloth merchant, 10, Gallowgate

Arrott, Colin & Co. merchants, 94, Candleriggs

Arthur & Allifon, manufacturers, Charlotte-lane

Atthur, Archibald, do. do.

Arthur, William, tailor, Currie's clofs, High-ftrect

Arthurs, Neale & Co. yarnwareho. 5 t, Hutchefon-ftr*

Arthur, Robert & John, manufaclurers, 51, do.

Arthur, William 3c Thomas, 51, do*

Arthur. James, vintner, 56, High-ftreet


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Arthur, Tho. &Rcb, manufacturers, 3'2,Bnmfv^vrT<

Arthur, Alex, manufacturer, 20, St. And. fquare

Arthur, John, cooper, Maxwell -ftreet

Atferiibiy Rooms, $i, Ingram-ftrect

Auchie, Ure & Co. merchants, Poft-ofike court

Auchinchfs, William, fpirit-dealer, 16, Trongate

Auchinciofs, "W m\ at Wm. Taylor & Go's.

AuchinvOiC, G. & Co. ironmongers, 26, Gallowgate

Auld, Hugh, do. 429, do.

Auld, Robert, agent, Tontine buildings

Auld, William, hair-drdler, 25, Argyll ftreet

Auftin & M« Allan, huricry-men, 1 1 4, Trongate

Aykward, Michael* vinttiCr, 312, High -ftreet

Baillie, Mrs. R." cooperage, 132, Trongate

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Baillie, R.obert, manufacturer, 29, Ikunfwick-firee •

Baillie, Mifs, milliner, j 15, Neiicntlreet

Baillie, W. manufacturer, 123, Gallowgate

Bain, Jofeph, mail-coach office, 164, Trough..,

B'aine, John, grocer, 156, Saltmarket

Bain, Archibald, agent, 94, Candleriggs

Baird, James, colourman, Brunfwick-ftieet

Baird, John, woollen-draper, 328, High-fLreet

Baird, H. 8c R. engineers, Canal Old Baion

Baird, Andrew, grocer, 42, King-ftreet

Baird, John, vintner, 139;, Saltmarket

Baird, John, (pint-dealer, Gorbals

Baird, John, foot of St. Enoch's fquare

Baird, Alexander, grocer, 64, Argyll- ftreet

Baird, S. mee mop, Gibfon's land, 163, Salftnarfcet

Baird, Thomas, fpirit-dealer, 30, Stockwett

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Baird, James, baker, Trrdeftown

Balcanqual, William, cork-cutter, 35, Prince's flreet

Balcanqual & Henderfon, cork-cutters, King-ftreet

Balcanqual & Cairns, do. 88, do

Bald, Peter & Son, dryfalfers, 1 8, St. Andrew's lane

Bald, Andrew, furveyor of Taxes, 18, do. do.

Bald, William. Spoutmouth, Gallowgate

Balder/ton, William, biker, 43, High-ftreet

Balfour, William, merchant, 43,Queen-ftreet

Balfour, Rev. Dr. Robert, North Hanover-ftreet

Ballantine, jn. copper and tin-fmith, 404, Gallowgate

Baliantine, James, mafon, Tradeftown

Ballantine, Matthew, grocer, 1 19, Argyll-flreet

Ballantlne, Alexander, leather-cutter, New-Wynd

Ballantine, George, fpirit-dealer, 240, High-ftreet

Baliingail, R*. & J s . rnanuf". 32, Hutchefon-ftr.

Ballingall, Andrew, writer, 46, Wiifon-ftreet, lodg-

ing. 52, John-ftreec

Baliingail, Robt. merchant, Virginia-fir, houfe, do,

Ballingallj John, do do. do.

Balmanno, Dr. John, head of Montrofe-ilreet

Balmanno, druggift, 30, Trongate

Banks, John, fpirit-dealer, 309, Gallowgate

Banks, Win. Teacher of Engiifh, 33, Giafsford-ftr.

Banks, Mifies, mantuamakers, comer of Drygate

Bannatyne, D. & J. merchants, 87, Glafsford-ftreef

B^r.natyne, Arch, manufacturer, 50, Hutchefon-ftr.

Bannatyne, John, fpirit-dealer, 42, Queen- ft reet

Bannerman & Auftin, manufacturers, Trades' land

Bannerman, John, joiner, 283, High-ftreet

Barbour* Humphry, merchant, 31, Candleriggs

Barclay, John, tailor, 150, Trongate

Barclay, Jn. foap.and candle (hop, 93, Glafsford-flr.


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Barclay & Smith, manufacturers, 307, High-ftreet

Barony Seffion Clerk's office, Charlotte-Jane

Barr, Peter, manufacturer, Poll-office court

Barr, John, jun. manufacturer, Drygate, fouth fide

Barr, William, vintner, Gorbals

Barr, James, manufacturer, Gorbals

Barr & M'Intoili, manufacturers, 6, Bell-ilreet

Barr, John, haberdalher, 59, Bell-ftreet

Barnhill, James, & Co. tanners, Lancefield

Bartholomew, John, manufacturer, 19, St. And. Mr.

Barton, Benjamin, CommifTary Clerk, 177, Trongate

Barton, James, hair-drefTer, 108, George-ftreet

Batchin, Birkmyre & Co. manufacturers^ 76, Hut*

chefon-ftreet

Baxter, J. & Co. Italian warehoufe, 102, Candlsrigge

Bayne, John, manufacturer, 12, Wilfon-ftreet

Beech, Jn. engraver, 1 24, Trongate

Beith, Archibald, fhoe ihop, 1 2, Stockwell

Beith, James, beadle, 135, Saltmarket

Beith, William, at John Hamilton's, 78, Trongate

Belch, Andrew, banker, 94, Candleriggs

Belch, John, of Drumnie, do.

Bell, James, merchant^ $$, Virginia-ftreet

Bell & Boyd, cloth and {ilk (hop, 37, Trongate

Bell, John, fire biickmaker, Barrack-ftr. '

Galiowgate

Bell, Rob. brickmaker & builder, Gallowg. new road

Bell & M'Callum, ironmongers, 6, High-ftreet

Bell, Richard, & Co. fugar refiners, 125, Stockwell

Bell, Walter, woollen-draper, 171, Trongate

Bel!,, James, fpirit-dealer, Back-W'ynd

Bell, James, haberdafher, 56, Bell-ftreet

Bell, James, agent, St. Andrew's fquare, eaft fide

Bell, Mrs. grocer, 63, Bridgegate


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Bell, George* c'opperfmith, 6y, Saltirradjjet

Bell, Robtrtj lodging, Mrs. Dell's, 47, /s fgyM-flrsLt

Bell, George »

3> Frederick- ftieet

Bell, WaUer, ipirit -dealer, 1 13, SaltmaAet

Bell, James, merchant, / 22, Stock vi ell

Bell, William, do* do.

Bell, Balling 1! & Co. merchants, 26,.Eruniwick-flr-

Bell, Wifiiara^ printer, Trades' land, at the GroXs

Bell, James, maltman, at the Calton Crofs

Bell, Henry, architect, 132, Trongate

Belton, John, vintner, 26, Salimarket

Bennet, John, writer, Pro. Fifcal, City Clerk's Chamb.

Bennett, William, infurance-broker, 187, Exchange,

lodging, York-ftreet

Bennie, John, baker, Anderfton

Bennie, Johri, grocer, 216, George -ftreet

Bennie, John, joiner, Old-Wynd

Bennie, William, grocer, Gorbals

Bendermart, John, vintner, 70, Gallowgate

Berry, John, baker, 114, Saltmarket

Berry, John, merchant, 49, Virginia-tlreet

Berwick Old Shipping Company, 6i, Buchanan-fir.

Berwick New do. St. Andrew's fquare

Bewley & Thompfon, manufacturers, 1 5, Candleriggs

Bililand, Alex, dealer in old books, 98, High-ftreet

Birbeck, Dr. lodging, Mrs. Scott's, 5c;, Glafsford-ftr a

Birrell, Alexander, ftioernaker, 1, New-Wynd

Bifliop, William, reedmaker, 2 2, Trongate

Black, John, & Co. calico printer?, 78, Trongate

Black, John, merchant, lodging, Jamaica-ftreet

Black, James, merchant, lodging, 25, George-fquare

Black, James, Sc Co. merchants, 54, Miller. ftreet

Black, liabelb, muHin and linen (hop, 78, Bell-ftreet


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Black, David, tobacconift, 38, Gallowgate

Black, David, fpsrit-dealer, 124, do.

Black, John, hofier, eait from the Barracks

Black & M'Readie; fpirit (hop, 55, High-i'V-

Black, Thomas, card factory, 3, Montrofe-frreet

Black, James, vintner, 459, Gallowgate

Blackburn, W. & Co. manufacturers, 12, Wilfon-ftr.

Blackney, G. vintner, Broomielaw

Blackwdl, John, writer, lodging, 220, George-ftreet

Blackwood, John, grocer, 79, King-ftject

Blackwood, Andrew, & Co. manufact. 43, Argyll-fh.

Blaikie, Francis, general agent and broker, Pod

Office Court

Blaikie, James, & Co. manuf". 55, St. And. Square

Blair, George, writer, 15, Gallowgate

Blair & Morifom calendrers, 46, High-ftreer.

Blair, Alexander, trunkmaker, 3, Montrofe-ftreet

Blair, Alexander, jun. grocer, 35, Gallowgate

Blair, Wallace & Co. yarn merchants, 10, Wilibn4if.

Blair, Robert, merchant, 55, Charlotte-ltreet

Blair, John, fen. holier,' 30, Trongate

Blair, Johfij vintner, 54, Candieriggs*

Blair, Archibald, japanner, 9, Argyll-ftreet

Blair, John, horfefetter, 9, Stockwell

Blair, William, baker, Gorbals

Blair, John, baker, do.

Blair, James, manufacturer, 8, Nelfon-itreet

Blair, William, grocer, 84, Glafsford-ftrset

Blair, Thomas, hardware (hop, 178, Saltmarksr

Blair, John, change-keeper, New-Wynd

Blair, James, fpirit dealer, 160, Trongate

Blair, Robert, fpirit- dealer, 83, Gallowgate

Blantyre Yam Warehoufe, Charlotte-lane

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Blyth & Le chore's boot and ihoe (hop, 92, Trongate

Brag's Academy, 10, Prince's drtci

Boaz & Rofs, manufr 8 . Trades' land, Saltmarket

Bogle, William, & Co. infurance-brokers, Exchange

Bogle, James, merchant, lodging, 69 ,

Jamaica-ftreet

Bogle, Archibald, agent for the Imperial fire-office,

50, Hutchefon-ftreet; lodging, i, George's fquare

Bogle & Hamilton, manufacturers, 50, Hatchefon-ftr.

Bogle, William, merchant, lodging, 7, St. Enoch's fq.

Bogle, John, manufacturer, 40, Trongate

Bogie, George, merchant, 69, Jamaica-ftreet

Bogle, Craigies & Co. wine-merchants, iq, Queen- fir.

Bogle, Robert, jun. merchant, 10, Queen-ftreet

Bogle, Hugh, do. 10, do.

Bogle, Allan, do. 10, do,

Bogle, William, writer, Currie's clofs, High-flreet

Bogle, James, do. 6, St. And. lziiQ t Gallowgate

Bone, David, grocer, 296, High-ftreet

Bonner, James, bee-mafter and honey-merchant,

New Vennal, High-flreet

Bontrohn, Alexander, fmith, 9, Virginia-ftreet

Borland, D. fpirit-dealer, 109, Bridgegate

Bowmans & Smith, lock-fmiths, 97, High-flreet

ficwie, A. bruftimaker, 42* Gallowgate

Bowie, Robert, tailor, 134, Saltmarket

Bowie, William, fmith, 33, Gallowgate

Bowie, Alex, auctioneer,. 81, King-ftreet

Boyd, James, teacher, 80, Brunfwick-ftreet

Boyd, George, manufacturer, 297, High-ftreet

Boyd, Alexander, grocer, Montrofe-ftreet

Boyd, A. baker, 10, Frederick-lane

Boyd, M'lamont Be Marfhall, (ilk wirehoufemen, 13,

Trongate


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Boyd, John, fpirit-dealer, Queen-ftieet

Boyd, Robert, merchant, lodging, Greenhead

Boyd, John, tailor, 83, legate

& M'Farquhar* manuf rs . 52, Giafsford-ftr*

Boyd's Faftry (hop, 28, Prince's ftreet

Boyd, James, hofier and glover, 160, Trongate

Boyle, William, hat maker, Trades' land 5 at the Crofs

Brand, William, dyer, Queen-ilreet

Brafh, Robert, tea-merchant, Mitchell- (treet

Bram, John, architeel, i2!,Bridgegate

pra(h & Reid,bookfelIer$& ftationers, 170, Trongate

ferebner, G, manufacturer, 72, Beli-fheet

Bredie, William, manufacturer, 402, Gallowgate

Bremner, Walt, joiner and trunkrnaker,


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Brown, George, & Co. merchants, 13, Trongate

Brown, William, feed sm an, 84, Trongate

Brown, Robert, perfumer, 1, Maxwell-ftreet

Brown, John, wright, foot of St. Enoch's fquare

Brown & Coleman, manuf rs 28, Glafsford-ftr.

Brown & Muir, manuf rs . South fide, St. And. fquare.

Brown, Allan & Co. 28, Glafsford-ftreet

Brown, John, writer, 177, Trongate

Brown, Dr. Js. ProterTor of Nat. Fhilofophv, College

Brown, Rt. manufacturer, lodging, 12c, George-ftr.

Bxown, JVnierch*. ycungeft, do. 120, do.

Brown, Nicoi, manufacturer, do, j 2 1 , do,

"Brown, Robert, jun. merchant, 45, Virgima-ftrcet

Brown, Mrs. band- box-maker, 97, King-ftreet

Brown, John, joiner, Gibfon-ftreet, Gallowgate

Brown, Js. & Jn. oil and colourmen, 103, Trongate

Brown, Lilburn & Co. upholfterers, Pofi-omce court

Brown & Co. tanners, Old Vennal

Brown, John, meffenger, 173, Sahmarket

JJrcwn & Mitchell, tailors, 63, do.

Brown, Alexander, manufacturer, 76, Bell-ilreet

Brown, Matthew, & Co. manufhcX 82, Stirling-ftr.

Brown, George, hairdrefTer, .81, Gallowgate

Brown, John, dyer, Great Dovehill,

Brown, Alexander, horfefetter, 8r, Gallowgate

Brown, Mrs. H. dyer, 297, High-ftreet

Brown, John, vintner & auctioneer, 20, Saltmarket

Brown, John, Scots cloth fhop, 3 1 9, High-ftreet

Brown, Peter, baker, 301, do.

Brown, J. & M. ihroud makers, 62, High-ftreet

Brown, Archibald, furgeon 3 31, High-ftreet, lodg-

ing, Carfweli's Court, George-ftreet

Brown, -Hugh, flocking. manuf, 745 King-ftreet


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Brown, Mrs. cotton-dealer, 13, King-fireet

Brown, John, & Alex, gram merchants, A!fton*R'f

Brown, John, joiner, Craigneftock

Brown, Charles, fpirit -dealer, 25, John-fir.

Frown, J. & Co. grocers, 62, GaJlowgate

Brown, Robert, vintner, 63, do.

Brown, Robert, fpirit & porter cellar, 64, $&

Brown, John, baker, 1 29, Bridgegate

Brown, William, grocer, 260, High-ftreet

Brown, John,' pencil -maker, Fort-Dundas

Brown, Mrs. lets lodgings, 47, Argyll-ftrtet

.Brown, Alexander, fate- room, 456, Gallowgate

Brown, Edward, tinfmith, 30, Glaftford-ftreet

Biown, James, fpirit-proof-maker, 17, Trongate

Brown, James, meal-feller, 198, High- (tree*

Brown, Steven & Co. mufic-mop, 8, King-ftreet

Brown, John, jim. baker, 66, Saltmarket

Brown, Andrew, mafon, Gorbals

Brown, John, baker, 241, High-ftreet

Brown, John, jun. merchant, Buchanan-fir. W, fide,

Brown, William, manufacturer, Kent-ftreet

Brown, James, fpirit-dealer, 143, Bridgegate

Browning, Robert, flioe mop, 32, Prince's ftreet

Brownlie, Ahx. woollen-draper, 31, Gallowgate

Brownlie, Robert, joiner, Double-dykes, Calton

Brownlie, W. & D. bookftllers, 462, Gallowgate

Brownlie, D. lets lodgings, 4623 do*

Brownlie, J. meffenger, 10, Bridgegate

Brownlie, Tho*. do. 10, do.

Brownlie, Thomas, merchant, 1, St And, lane

Bruce, Thomas, agent, 57, Candkriggs

Bruce, Mrs. grocer, 285, High-ftreet

Brunton and Ballantine, fatfdlers, 2(5. At%fkhfttt

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Bryce, MIfs, milliner, 9, Argyll- ftreet

Bryce, John, currier, New-Wynd

Brydon, And* bookfeller and ftaiioner, 68, Trongate

Brydfon, Wm, & Co. merchants, 64, Hutchefon-ftr.

Bryfou, Peter, grocer, 4 1, Argyll -ftreet

Bryfon, James, hatmaker, \ 66, Trongate

Bryfon, David, manufacturer, 297, High-ftreet

Buchanan, John, & Co. (locking ihop, 48, Trongate

Buchanan, J. & j. hatters, 4i St. Andrew's fquare

Buchanan, John, & Geo. merchants, 6> St. Enoch's fqr.

Buchanan, And.of Ardinconnci,lodg. 74,Ingram-ftr;

Buchanan, John, jun. agent for the Sun-Fire Office,

7, Nelfon-ftreet, lodging, York-ftreet

Buchanan, James, wooden diOi (hop, 47, Prince's ftr.

Buchanan* D« & Co. tailorSj 30, Trongate

Buchanan, James, Thomas Hopkirk & Co. calico-

printers, 265 Montr ofe-ftreet

Buchanan, Steven & Co. merchants, 30, Gandleriggs

Buchanan, A. & D. manufacturers, ti, High-ftreet

Buchanan, ~, hairdrefler, 606, Argyll -llreet

Buchanan, George, grocer, 325, Gallowgate

Buchanan, J. weaving- utcnfil-maker, and joiner,

Double dykes

Buchanan, A d . manuf r . 6, St. And. lane, Gallowgate

Buchanan, John, fpirit- dealer, no, do.

Buchanan, M c Keand & Co. merch. 94, Candieriggs

Buchanan^ Alexander, electrician, 38, High-ftreet

Buchanan, John, High Church beadle, Drygate lane

Buchanan, John, grocer, 286, High-ftreet

Buchanan, Miflcs, milliners, 92, Hutchefon-flreet

Buchanan„ George, & Co. calendrers, 33, Candieriggs

Buchanan, Alex. & Co. inanufa£r. 21, Glafsford-ftr,

D^chii^^i John, hark fetter, 4, Bell ftreet


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Buchanan, Peter, manufacturer, 205, George-ftreet

Buchanan, R» merchant, 92, Hutchefon-ftreet

Buchanan, W m . hairdreflfer, and hair-fole-rnaker, 150,

High-ftreet

Buchanan, Mifs, & Mifs Frxrsgle, milliners, 631,

Argyll-ftreet

Buchanan, James, Lrtius, lodging, St Enoch's fquare

Buchanan, William ,

painter, 70, Hutchefon-ftreef.

Buchanan & Co. manufacturers, 32, Stockwell

Buchanan, J. & G. cot ton. brokers, 32, do.

Buchanan, J. jun. & Co. cloth (hop, 163, Trongats

Buchan & Grieve, upholfterers, 2, Hutchefon-ftreet

Buchan & Gray, manufr*. 23, St. Andrew's ftreet

Bulloch, John, grocer, 61, Argyll-ftrcet

Buntine, Nathan, glaiVcutt.tr> 8, Jatnaica-ftreet

Barge?, Daniel, at Carron warchaufe, 30, Queen-ftr

Burn, George, Bull Inn, 639, Argyil-ftreet

Burnet, Archibald, grocer, 135, High-ftrcet

Burnie, Jofeph, merchant, Finniefton

Burns, Rev. John, lodging, Barony Glebe

Burns, William, fpirit- dealer, 1 19, Gallowgate

Burns, J. furgeon, 29, Ingram-ftr. (hop, 83, Trongate

Burns, Robert, grocer, 87, Gallowgate

Burns, James, Morrifon's court, Argyll-ftrect

Burns, John, manufacturer, Drygate, fouth fide

Burns, James, Belgrave Place

Burnfide, John, merchant, fa Charlotte-flreet

Burnfide, James, merchant, 64, Hutchefon-ftreet

Burton, David, hairdreffer, 60, Glafsford-ftreet

Bute, William, wright and architect, Tradeftown

Byers, Richard, cloth (hop, 7 1, Tro agate

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fcaadel, William, hairdrefler, yi, BriJgegate

Caddel, William, tailor, 23 , King--ft tee

Cain, Patrick, dealer in furniture, 85, Sakmarkct

Calderhead, William, Charlotte- ft rett

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Calder, James, merchant, 2, George's iqr. well fide

Calder, John, fpirlt-dealer, 21 1, High-iheet

Calder, John, watchmaker* 217,

t

do.

Calder, William, haberdaiher, 58) Tr$ngatc

Caldwell, D.-ftab!er, Shut-Wynd

Caldwell, John, grocer, 272, High-ftreet

Cameron, D. vintner, Poll-office Court

Cameron, Alexander, tailor, do.

Cameron, A. 2c Co.« bookfellers, 9, Saltmarktt

Cameron, Mrs. Alex, fpirit-deaier, 424, Galiowgaie

Cameron, J. grocer, North Frederick- fireer

Cameron, Thomas, reedmaker, 2, King-dree t

Cameron, John, bookbinder, 38, High-ftreet

Cameron, H. grocer, 596, Argyll-itreet

Cameron, J. vintner, 3, do.

Campbell, Arch. & Co. merchants, 42, Virgtnia-ftr.

Campbell, Archibald, 52, Hutchefon-ltreet

Campbell, P.. i vers & Co. Tontine back buildings

Campbell, Colin, agent, Broomielavy

Campbell, John, fen. & Co. 4, Buchanau-ftree:

Campbell, Alexander, merchant, 62, do.

Campbell, A. D. merchant, R. Muirheid & Go's,

Union Place, lodging, 17, Stockwell

Campbell, William, fpirit-deaier, 629, Argyll- ftreet

Campbell, Charles, merchant, 636, Argyll-itreet,

houfe, Turner's Court


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Campbell, H. G. merchant, 45, Hutchefon-ftreet

Campbell, D. hairdreffer, 82, Bell-ftreet

% Campbell, James, & Co, faddlers, 10$, Trongate^

Campbell, David, baker, 33, John- ftreet

Campbell. Andrew, lodging, St. Andrew's fquare

Campbell, Andrew, & Co. manufacturers, 25.. 4&

Campbell, Finlay, lets lodgings, at the Crofs

Campbell & Whytock,reedmakers,OM Gram. School

Campbell, D. dryfalter, 35, Saltmarket

Campbell, J. & J. flocking {hop, 41, Frongate

Campbell, "William, baker, 354, Gallowgate

Campbell s

Dougald, grocer, Calton

Campbell, James, tanner, DovehiU

Campbell, Archibald, fhoe ihop, 160, Saltmarket

Campbell, George, merchant, 15, Piince's ftreet

Campbell. Alex, writer, Pavement ciofs, 2%'$Voagat&;

houfe, Sidney court, Argyll-ftreet

Campbell, A. & Co, bakers, 30, Bridgegate

Campbell, M. furniture warehoufe, 1 29, Saltmarket

Campbells, Dale & Co. inkle-work, Inkle-factory- lanes

entry by North Albion-ftreet and College-ftreet

Campbell, Peter, vintner, 294, 'High- ftreet

Campbell, Wm. & Colin, manuf*. 54, Hutchefon-ft r ,

Campbell, A. foap and candlemaker, Gorbals

Campbell's Englifh Academy, 6, Bell-ftreet

Campbell, John, worfted ihop, 441, Gallowgate

Campbell, James, baker, 46, Stockwell

Campbell, Daniel, ftrong beer houfe, Broemiekw

Campbell, David, Accomptant, 12, Frederick-lane

Campbell, Grant & Co. dyers, Anderfton-; ware*<

houfe, 41, Huchefon-ftreet

Campbell, Mifjes, mantua-makers, 23, ICing-itreei

Campbell, Alexander, turner, Stockwell

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CampbeDjPclerk^lChamberlain'soflice, io6,Trong.

Carlifle, James, fpirit-dealer, 8, Gallowgate

CarmiehaeFs lodgings, 169, Trongate

Carmichael, Mrs vintner, 19, Trongate

Carmichael, Hugh, haberdafher, 46, King-ftr.

Carmichael & Fotheringham, joiners, Gorbais

Carnegie, John, merchant, 77, King-ftreet

Carnegie, Captain* lodgings Horn's court

Cairae, Robert, calko printer, at T. Shiels & Co''s.

Carrick, Robert, cafhier to the Ship Bank, lodging,

above 640* Argyll- (treef:

Carrick, Alex, writer, 52, Viginia-ftreet

Carrick & Jamiefon, yarn merchants, St. A, fquare

Carrick & Anderfon, manuf rs . 1 2, Wilfon-ftreet

Carron Warehoufe, 23 , weft fide of Queen-ftreet

Carron Shipping Company, 23,

Carfe, J. baker,


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Chalmers, John, grocer, Canon-ftreet

Chalmers, John, Hater, 37, Stockweil

Chapman, George, at Ure and Bryce's

Chapman, Robert, printer, 10 r, Candlerigg*

Chapman, Robert, painter, 114, Netfon-ltreet

Chapman, teacher, 6$ 3 Wilibn-ftreeJ;

Charity, Mrs. midwife, 335 Htgh-ftreet

Chetlancf, William, vintner, $6* Saitmarket

Chiflioim, — «~, haberdasher^ 143, Trongate

Chriftie, Thomas, painter, 29, Stockweil

Chriftie & Fouier, turners, Gibfon-ftr. Galiowgate

Chriftie, John, hairdreffer, 158, Trongate

Chriftie, John, joiner, Craigneftock

Chriftie^ Alex, fpirit-dealer, 157, Galiowgate

Chriftie, Wm. muficaUnftrument-maker, 83, Trong«

Clark 3c IVt'Gown, tailors, 43, Trcngate

Clarke, John, writer, Galloway's court, Gtafsford~ft£*

Clark, Captain, lodging, rope-work court, Stockweil

Clark, Robert, hatmaker, 436, Galiowgate

Clark, Robert, fpirit cellar, 87, Candleriggs

Clark, John, painter, 440, Galiowgate

Clark, Lamond & Co. Foit-office court, Trofljgate

Clark, A. furgeon, n8 s High-tireet

Clark, A. & A. & Co. manuf". So, Glafsford-ftr.

Clarke, Mrs. grocer, 32, Wilfon-ftreet

Cleghorn, Dr. Lecturer in Chymillry, 1 1, George's-fqr,

Cleland, John, merchant, 1 20, Argyll-lireet

Cleland & Jack, trunkmakers, &c* 28, Virginia-ft^

Cleland, James, do. do.

Cleland, James, writer, 19, PrinceVibreet

Cleugh, E. chaife-hirer, George Hotel, Geo. iqt a

Clow, James, (hoe (hop, 64, Bell-ftreet

Clyde hon Wareho. Jamaica-ftr Jof, Outram, manaz .

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Clydefdale, William, joiner, 1395 Saltmarket

Clyde, James, cork-cutter, 456, Gailowgate

Coats & Burnfide, manufacturers, 37, Bell-ftreet

Coats, James, yarn-merchant, 1 2, Wilfcn-ftreet

Coats & Henderfon, dryfalters, 15, High-ftreet

Coats, James, manufacturer, Drygate, fouth fide

Ccats, Thomas, do. Canon-Itreet

Coats, Wm. linen-manufacturer, 37, do.

Coats, John, do. 37, do.

Coats, Andrew, brafs-founder, Gorbals

Cp#8j

Arch. & William, manufacturers of copper,

pewter, brafs, tin, wrought and caft-iron goods,

Saracen's lane, Gailowgate

Cochrane, John, yarn warehoufe, 73, Brunfwick-ftr,

Cochrane, Jn. jun. merchant, 9, Jamaica-ftrect

Cochrane, Andrew, grocer, 630, Argyll-flreet

Cochrane, John, meflenger at arms, 87, Saltmarket

Cock, Thorn fen, & Co. merchants, 131, Trcngats

Cockburn, Wiiiiam, vintner, 40, King-Greet

Cockburn, Thomas, eating-houfe, Spoutmouth

Coggan, James, (hoemaker, Charlotte-ftreet

Colon, George, paflry (hep, 31, Wiifon-ftreet

Colquhoun, S. auctioneer, Wilfon's land, Tradeftown

Colquhoun, M grocer> Kirk-flreet, Townhead

Colquhoun, James, fpirit- dealer, 57, Gailowgate

Colquhoun, James, jun. 437, do.

Colquhoun, J. foap and candle-office, 27, PrinceVflr.

Colvill, Robert & John, book-binders, Old-Wynd

Colvili. Steven, hairdrelfer, 51, Bell-ftreet

CommilTaryClerk'sofficejBuchanan'sland, 1 77,Trong*

Connel, D. & J. merchants, 34, Virginia-ftreet

Connel, Tames, jun, linendraper, 133, Trcngate

Ccnncl, William, (tabkr, $%, High-ftreet


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Cornell, John, manufa&urer, 51, Gallowgate

Corinochie & Bontrohn, ironmongers, 16, Gallowgatf

Cook, James, & Co. cotton-fpmners, Gorbals

Cook, James, engineer, Hutchefon-tcwn

Cook, D. ftocking-manufaclurer, 62, Kigh-ftreet

Cooper, W. & A. & Co, Ofnaburgh and ftitching-

threaci warehoufe. 33, High-fireet

Cooptr, Samuel, do. do. do.

CorbeY, Cunningham, merchant, Dunlop-ftreet

Corbet, W. Collector of Excifej lodging, 14, Miller- fir.

Corbet, colonel, James, 604, Argyll-ftreet

Corbet, John, yarn-merchant, 28, Glafsford ftreet

Corbet,Park& Hunter, wine & rum merch. c>Prin ftr.

Corbet, James, fpirit-dealer, 450, Gallo^gate

Corbet, RufTel & Co. merchants, Dunlop-ftreet-

Corbet, — , Airgeon, Gorbals

Corbet, James, timber-merchant, Gorbals

Corbet, Walter, imith, 49, Salt market

Corkindale, Dr. J. 158, do.

Coubrough, Arch, circulating library, 24, High-ftrcet

Coulter, Samuel, tilemaker, Gaiiowgate, eafteud

Couper, Dr. profefFor of aftronomy, College

Couper, William, furgeon, 64, Brunfwick-flreetj

{hop, 99, Trongate

Couper, James, fpirit-dealer and agent, Broomielaw

Couper, James, leather (hop, 30, Prince's ftreet

Couper, Js. joiner and cabinet-maker, 46, Saltmarket?

Couper, Mrs. James, vintner, j 3, Bridgegate

Cow-pa-; Difpenfary, 22, Trongate

Cowan, John, & Co. brev/ers, Anderfton

Cowan, Robert, furgeon; (hop, s 2, Hutchefon-ftreef?;

lodging, 125. John-flreet

Ccwan, Robert & Sens. cern-£a£)crs, Granarcftoi*


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Cowan, Wm & Son, feedfmen, 6yi, Argyll-ftreei

CoWan, Speirs & Bailantine, calico printers, 1 7,

St. Andrew's ftreet

Cowan, John, Corn-mefchant, 42, Du.n1op-R.reet

Cowie, John, lock*fmith, Little Dovehill

Coxon & Dickie, agents, 31, Candleriggs

Craig, William, timber-merchant, Clyde-ftreet

Craig, j. & W. plumber?, 94 J Stockweil,& 7,Virg. ftr*

Craig, J dines, jun plumber, do.

Craig, G. wireworker and drummaker, New-Wynd

Craig, James, manufacturer, 44, St. And. fquare

Craig, John, baker, 63, Trongate

Craig, "W & J & Co. timber-merchants, Jackfon-ftr,

Craig, John, merchant. 5 2, Charlotte-ftreet

Craig ? j. Jamiefon 4 manufacturer, 312, High-flreet

Craig, Robert, fpirit-dealer, 355, Gallowgate

Craig, James fpirU-dealer, Grahamfcon

Craig & Young> corn- merchants, 78, Trongate

Craig, John, (hoe and leather (hop, 143, Saltmarket

Craig, John, do. 159, Bridgegate, and 167, do.

Craig, Thomas, baker, Drygate

Craig, Mrs. James, vintner, Gorbals

Craig, Alex, tailor, M'Nair 1

* land, 92, King-ftreet

Craig, James, tailor, 158, Trongate

Craigie,- Lawrence, merchant, 8, St. Enoch's fquare,

counting houfe, 54, Miller-ftreet

Craigie, fecit & Co. merchants, 54, Miller- ftreet

Crawford, George, writer, 78, Stirling- ftreet

Crawford, David, merchant, 316, High- ftreet'; lodg-

big, Queen- ftreet

Crawford, John, lodging, 13, George's fquare

Crawford, Charles, hairdreft" r, s, Jamaica- ftreet

Crawford, Robsrt, manufacturer, 8^ Nelfon-ftrect


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Crawford, Jomi, manufacturer, 94, Candleriggs

Crawford, Adam, grocer, 68, Gallowgate

Qawford, William, pJafterer, 39, Sahmarket

Crawford, W. meal-dealer, 349, Gallowgate

Crawford, William, bruihmaker, 62, Trongate

Crawford, William, grocer, 54, Befl-ftteet

Crichton, Robt. & Co. coachmakers, Dunlop-ftreet

Crichton, A. fioRith, Old Vernal

Crichton, J. chymical and philofophical inftrument-

maker, Charlotte-ftrcet

Crichton, David, manufacturer, 29, Brunfwick-ftreet

Crie, John, furgeon, ' Claythorn-ftreet, Galiowgate

Crombie, Humphry, merchant, 26, Nelfon-ftreet

Crcmbie, James, & Co. manufacturers, Anderfton "

Crombie 6c Carnegie, cotton-fpin. NaflTau-court, do,

Crombie. , portrait-painter, 1 29, Saitmarket

Crooks, Adam, 118, George-flreet

Croom, William, merchant, 22, Trongate

Crofs> Richard, 24* St. Enoch's fquare

Crofs, William, 24,

Crofs, Robert, 24,

do.

do.

Crofs, R. & R. manufacturers, 30, Brunfwick-ftr.

Crofs, Rutherford & Smith, manufactrs 29, do.

Crofs, John, & Co. Monkland coal company's office

Crofs, Js.

fpirit- cellars, 1 2Q,Bridgt. lodging-, fist above

Cruden, George, merchant, at James Finlay & Co *s

Crum, A, & J. print & muflin warcho. 20, ht. A w .dr.

Culbertfon, D. grocer, 48, Galiowgate

Culcreuch cotton yarn warehoufe, 50, Glafsford-(lr.

Cullen, Robert, & Son, manufacturers, 58, Bdi-ftr«

Cullen, John, manufacturer, 75, Wilfon-ftreet

Cullen, Js. yarn warehoufe, 46, Brunfwick-lireet

Cullen^ Mrs. midwife, 117, Gallowgate


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Cullers, Daniel, linen ftampmafter, Currie's clot's

Cumin, P. Profefibr of Oriental languages, College

Camming, Js. wheelwright, Gibfon-ftr. Gallowgate

Gumming & Dobbie, hairdrcflfers, 69, High-ftreet,

Camming, Mrs, midwife, 104, High-ftreet

Gumming, J. rneffenger at arms, 39. Gallowgate

Camming, P. fhoe ihop, 82, Trongate

Cunningham, George, fhoe-fhop, 147, Trongate

Cunningham, Hugh, baker, 21, Candleriggs

Cunningham, Alex, accomptanr, 19, Maxwell-ftreet

Cunningham & Telfer, haberdafhers, 613, Argyil-ftr.

Curl, James, vintner, 181, Trongate

Currie, William, timber-merchant, Craigneflock^

houfe, 10, George's iquare

Currie, Daniel, grocer, 45, Argyll-ftreet

Currie, Thomas, Dunbar's court, Trongate

Currie, "William, vintner, fugarhoufe-clofs, King-ftr.

Cudomhoufe, New Affemby Room buildings

Curhbertfon, William, merchant, i 29, George-ftr,

Cuthbertfon & Syms, yarn (hop, 9, Bell-ftreet

Cuthberr, Wm. meal-feller, 63, Bell-ilreet

Cuthbertfon, John, maltma'n and brewer, Calton

Cuthbertfon, John, grocer, Gorbals

Cuthil, Archibald, writer and clerk to the lower

ward Lieutenancy, 69* Glafsford-ftreet

Cuthil, —— —J manufacturer, Roitenrow, north fide

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Dale, Dav.id, merchant, 40, St. Andrew's fquare,

lodging, 43, Charlotte-ftrcet

DrIs & M'-IntoOi, yarn warehoufe, 51, Gallowgate

pale^ James^ merchants lodging 53, High-ftrcei


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Dale, Jdhn, Vintner, 41.3, GaUo*rga£e

Dalgleifh, R. Falconer & Co, calico print. 44, Bcll-ftr.

Dalgleifh, William & James, mam.if rs . 94, C asdferigg al

Dalgleifh, WUHani* marir/adurer, 94

Dalgleifh, Rob, & Co. candle (hop,, 3^ Huttli'-iion-ftrV.

and 37, Argyll-ftreet

Dalgleiih & Frame, calico printers, 8, Garthland-ftr.-'

Dallas, Alexander, grocer, 115, Argyll-ftrcec

Dalmuir paper warehoufe, 32, Beli-ftreet

Dal (holm do. 75, do.

Dalziel, Mrs. boardihg-fchool, head of Virginia^:.*'

Dalziel, William, baker, Gorbals

Darrach, Colin, chaifrnaker, 68, Jamalca>ftreet

D'Aftij Alex. French, &c. teacher at Mr, Reftcr/.-;,

72, Brunfwick-ftreet

Davidfon,. J. & G. bafkst-makcrs, 96, Candleriggs

Davidfon, William, manufacturer, 26% Bell-fireet

Davidfon, William, tanner, Spoutmouth

Davidfon, Thomas, ft abler, 210, High-flreet

David fon, Thomas, manufacturer, 5£,St. And.fquare

Davidfon, Bryce s vintner, 113, Trongate

Davidfon, J. grocer, 3, King-ftreet

Davidfon, J. combmakef, 14, Gallowgate

Davidfon & Millar, fpirii-dealers, 107, Bridgega'fr

Davie, John, fpirit-dealer, 1, Candleriggs

Davis, James, bruihmaker, 294, High-ftreef:

JDawfon, John Sc James, brafs-founders, Old Veimal

Deacon, J, & Co, buttonfnakers, 74, Wilfon- fcree't

Deans, Wm. diflri£t adjutant, Hutchefontowa

Dearie, Charles, engraver, 1 24, Trongat'e

Dempfter 8 John, Adam's Court, Argyll-ftreet

Dempiier t A. painter, Great Dovehill

Denholm, James, bndfcape paptef,&c. 3., Afgyll-fl-r.

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|)enay 3 David* merchant, i^Trongatc, lodgings 6l $

Jamaica-ftrtet

Denniftoun, James, of Colgrain* 23, Varginia-ftrcet

Benniftoun ? Rob. merchant'; lodging, Buchanan. dr.

'Denniftoun* George & Robert* & Co, merchants*

Tontine back buildings.

Denniftoun, Richard* merchant, 31, Millcr-ftreet

Denniftoun, J. & A- merchants, N. Albion-ftreec

Dewar & Co, painters, South Albion-Afreet

Dick, Rev, John* lodging, N. Hanover-ftreet

Sick, Richard, merchant, Great RuiTel-ftreet

X)tek» Andrew, tobacconift, Wallace-court, Bell-ftreet

Dick* Douglas* manufacturer, 10 1, Candlehggs

Dick,' James* baker, 334* Gallowgate

Dick, William, 8c Co. grocers, 148, Saltmarket

Dick* Robert* ironmonger* 135, Bridgegate

Dick, William, tambourer, College Buildings

Dick, Mrs. midwife* -227* High-ftreet

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Dick* )amcs* hofier* 124, Trongate

Dick, Patrick; fpirit-deaier* 33, Bridgegate

Dick* John* furgeon, \6 } High-ftreet

Dickie & Provan, Scots cloth mop, 314, High-ftreet

Dicjcfon & Arnot, manufa£fcufers, 40, Hutchcfon-ftr.

Dickfon, James, (hoemakef, 139* Bridgegate

Dickfon & M'Farlane* fpirit cellars, 20* Gallowgatf

Dlckfon* William, cooper* 66, High-ftreet

Dinwiddie &' Paterfon, manufacturers* Monriofe-ftr.

Dobbte* William, fpirit-deaier* io8,Bridge.:-

Dobbie* John, watchmaker, 39^ High-ftreet

Bobbie* Wm. do. 265,

. do.

Bobbie & Bulloch* cloth merch. 26 and 3 1, Trongate

Dobbie, James* fpirit-deaier,' 63,' Bridgegate

Dobi>ie ? James, & Co. grocers., 6j, 'do-


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Donald, James, brickmaker, Gallowgate, caft end

Donald, James, thoemaker, College iteps

Donald, John, painter, 257, High-ilreet

Donaldfon, James, Aberdeen and Perth carrier,

Brunfwick-ftreet

Donaldfon, And. fhuttle-rnaker, Kirk-ftr* Townhead

Donaldfon, j 8c Co. yarn warehoufe, 30,Cand!eriggS

Donaldfon, J». Ingram-ftr. corner of GIafsfo*d-ftr,

Donaldfon, James, grocer, Maxwcll-ftrset

Dougal, George, lh»-. e foop, John-ftreet

Dcugald, Andrew, meal- feller, Calton mouth

Dowglafsj John, writer, 32, Hutchefon-ftreet

Douglas, George, baker, 149, Stockwell

Douglas, George, plumber, Cochrane-ftreet

Douglas, CampbeU,fador for Lord Doitg1as ? Jamaica*

ftreet

Douglas, T. D. hatmaker, 27, Glafsford-ftreet

Douglas, Edward, fiater, 1 24, Trongare

Douglas, William, wire-rnanufa£turer, Tradcftowu

Douglas, James, corn«faclor, Grahamiioji

Douglas, A. & Co. ftocking-manufr*, 28> VIrg. ftr>

Douglas, Stewart, St. Enoch's fquar&

Douglas, Archibald, glaft-cutter, Tontine clofs

Downie, John, dry falter, 95, King (Ireet

Downie, George, fmith, 67, Ingram-ftreet

Downie, D. {hoemaker, 103, George-ftreet

p^ Dow & Downie, fpirit-deaSers, 30, BeU-ftreefc

Downie, John, fmith -md farrier, 382, Gallowgafc

Dow, Andrew, & Co. brufhmakers, 36, do.

Dreghorn, Rqbert, of Roughhitf, 80, Clyde-flreefc

Drew, William, wooliendraper, 9, Nelfon-ftreet

Drew, 'William, tin-plate-worker, 48, WilioiMtJW

Xkcw 3 John^ hor&fetter, 'fi t StockweU


Brew, A. makes burying-crapes, 1 f, Trongatft

Drew, John, meal-feller, 92, Bridgegate

Drew, William, fruit and fpirit (hop, 614, Argylkftr.

Drewj James, heddlemaker, Bell-of~tre-Brae

Drummond, J s . foap & candle maker, 55, Saltmarket

Drummond, James, turner, 294, High-ftreet

Prummond, Alex, contractor for lighting City

lamps, Charlotte lane

Drummond, Mrs. W. tobacconift, 98, Candleriggs

Drtimmond, A. candle ihop, 62, Argyll-ftreet

Drummond, George, baker, 124, .George-ftreet

Drummond, R. fpirit-dealer, 67, King-ftreet

Drummond. Andrew, porter , 8, Gallowgate

Drummond, J, & Co. Scots clothmop, 306, High-fir,

Dryfdale, John, grocer, 122, Trongrue

Dry fd ale, Mrs. vintner, 33, GaJlowgate

DryfdaJe, William, grocer ? 69, do.

Dudgeon & Howden,haberdaihf r?, 90, Hutchefon-ftr.

DuiFour, Mr, French teacher, 72, Trongate

Dumbarton Glafirwofrlt company, 595, Argyll-ftr.

Dun, William, watchmaker, 165, Stockwejl

Dun, Rev* James, Campbeil-ftre«t

Dun, William, frame-fmithi Calton

Dun, John, grocer, 2x7, George-ftreet

Dun, John, manufacturer, 8, Nelfon-ftreet

Dun, John, 00, 49, Canon-ftreet

Dun, William, machine-maker, 75, John-ftreer,

Dun, John, manufacturer, Drygate, north fide

Dunn. Wi^iam, Buck's Head Inn, 30, ArgylMkee^

Duncan, Geo. {hoe* /hop, 183* Trongate

Duncan. & A. booMellers & ftationers,

J. 137, do.

Duncan, Thos. printer, Gibibn's land., 1 59,Sa!tmarkef

Duncan, J". hairdreScr, 26, Prince's fes|


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B^n; Andrew baker, So, Trongate

Dancan, John, jun. Good's court, Argyl'i~fv

Duncan, John, manufacturer, 120, da.

pun.can, Thomas, 62, BclMtoeet

Duncan, G. & W. grocers, 422, GaHqwgate

Duncan, A. & Co.Tpirit-ihop, 31, Bvidgtgdte

Duncan, James, jun. bookfeller, 1 3, Saltnurket

Duncan, Gardner, furveyor, Pcu-Oandas, lodging

Robroyftori

Duncan, William, writer, 631, Argyli4'h-eet

Duncan, John, baker, go, Hutchefon-ilr.

Duncanfpn, J. glover, 109, Trongate

Duncanfon, A. baker, 31, Glafsforcl-ftreet

Dunlop, Robert, merchavit, lodging, Duulop-ftreei:

Dunlop, Smith & Co. yam •warehoufe, 29, Argyll-iii,

Dtmlop, Alexander, furgeon, 6o 3 Queen-ftreet

Dunlop, William, do. 9, do.

Dunlop, Hamilton & Co. linen- merchan is and bieadv:

ersj warehcufe, Crawfurd's back land, 5 1, BeilT.ir.

Dunlop, William, tailor, 177, Trongate

Dunlop, James, infurance-broker, 17s Troy

lodging, 47, Argyll-it reet

Dunlop, John, baker, 36, Qlafsford-ftreet

Dunnet, M. catendrer, 294, High-ftreet

Dykes, James, yarn ihop > 446, Gallon/gate

Dyer, John, fleiher, Tradeftown

Eadie, William* baker, 392, Gallowgare

Eafton, Robert,, mauufa&urer, 12, Wilfori-Jreef-

Eafton, James, manufacturer, 1 1, Hutchefon-itr.

Ecctes, Robert, & Co. merchants; 6i s Buchrj*.

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Eddington, Thomas & Sons* Phoenix foundery, $%}

Queen-ftreet

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Edgar, j. &T. merchants, Montrofe-ilreet

Edgar, Wm* cotton and wcrftedlhop, 448* Gallowgate

Edinburgh Friendly Insurance, 1 7, Giafsford-itreet

Edmondy William, vintner, 127, Bridgegate

Edmond, Jofcph, manufacturer, 31, Bell-flreet

Edmenfione, James, horfci"etter s 20, JohnHreet

Eider, James, writer, 94, Candleriggs

Elder, Mrs. midwife, 268, High-ftreet

Ettis, R. yam warehotife, 43 ? Hutchefon-ftreet

Ellis, Peter, yarn-ftarcher, Brown field

Elliot, William, tailor, 57, Gallowgate

Elliot, James, vintner, 8, 1

do.

.Emfiie, diaries, vintner, 5*3, Trongatc

Ermine, J. & T. hatmakers, 25, Salttnarket

Ewing, Patrick, & Co. cloth-lbop, 178, Trongaie

•Ewing Mache, Walter, of Cathkin, 73, Ingram-ftr.

Ewing, James, merchant, 73, do.

Ewing, James, Be Co. merchants, 73, do.

Ewing, Greville, preacher, lodging, 9, Jamaica -ftreet

Ewing, William, warehoufeman, j6, Wilfon-ftrect

Ewing, Alexander, grocer, 87, Hutchefon-ftreefc

Ewing, Alexander, of Salloch, Brootnielaw

Ewing, Andrew, lodging, 34, Dunlop-ftreet

Ewing, John, writer, roi, King-ftreet

.£wing, J. M. writer, at Graham & Mitchell's

Fairlie, James, {locking needlemaker, j 17, Gafiowg.

Fairlie, Mrs. James, trunkmaker, 33, High-llr^es

IT •ilvHe, J*mes, grocer, Gcrb

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falconer, Thomas, writer, 98, Trongate

Falconer and Buchanan, manufacturers, St, And &r.

Taiconer, William, printer, 120, Saltmarket

Fakonerj Rev John, lodging, 142, Stockwell ftreet

Falconer. War, 142, Stockwell

Garland's (locking (hop, 3, Saltmarket

Farquhar, A, haberdaftier, §%, Trongate

Farquharfbn,Francis,Clydeiron warehoufe, Jamaica-

ftreet, agent for hoops, rods, nails and callings

Farquharfon, Rev. John, lodging, near the Barrack*

Faulds, And. vintner, M«Nair's land, 92, Kitiff-ftrcct

Fennix, Wm. vintner, 3 2, Saltmarket

Fen ton, John & Peter, S Albion -ftreet

Fergus, John, organift, teacher of inflrumental muftc,

Morifon's court, Argyll-fireeS:

Fergus, "William, painter, 24, John-ftreet

Fergus* Andrew, print-cutter, 56, Saltmarket

Fergus, Hugh, holler, 455, Gailowgate

Fergufon, Peter, (later, 459, do.

Fergufon, J. & Co. merchants, 127, John-Oree

Fergufon, Alexander, grocer, 624, Argyll fire et

Fergufon, Alex. & Co. manufaft. 94, Hutchefon-ftr.

Fergufon, James, cloth-merchant, i , Trongate

Fergufon, George, grain- dealer, 69, Bridgegate

Fergufon 5 Daniel, flioemaker, Cowcadderss

Fergufon, Wm. Scots cloth fhop, 4, Gailowgate

Fergufon, James, joiner, 36, Gailowgate

Fergufon, Duncan, grocer, 41, High-ftreet

Fergufon Sc Stewart, cloth (hop, 401, Gallowgat?

Fergufon, John, meflenger at arms, 22, Trongate

Fergufon, John, fpirit-dealer, 52, Bell-ftreet

Fergufon & White, tailors, 78, Saltmarket

Fergufon, Wm.coiton-fpmner, Balroanno ftreet


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Ferguion, Mrs. fpir it-dealer, 34, Brifegafcs

Ferrie, Robert, fpirit-dealer, New-Wynd

Ferric, Mrs, combmaVer, 465, Gaiiowg ,*:

Ferrie, Rob. joiner, Graham's biiiMing-i, Georg€

Feme, J. baker, 38, King-ftreet

Ferrie, Robert, metrenger at amis, 17, Trongate

Findlny, Dr. Pobert, profeflbr of divinity. College

Fintey, J. Sc Cd. manufacturers, 74, Brimfwick-df.

Firitayj ICirkman, manufacturer, do,

Finiay, Alexander, cloth-merchant, 4, Trongate

Finlay, Alexander, Carver and gilder, 144, do.

Finlay, George, trunkmaker, 6o, Saltmarket

Finlay, C. commercial academy, 78, Hutchefon-ftf ..

Finlay fon, John, Jeanfield, Carniachie

Finlayfon, James, machine-maker, 32, Havannah-ftr.

Finlayfon, J. & W. manufacturers, 72$ Bell-ftrect

Finnic, Mrs. A. tobaccomit. ill, Bridgegate

Fi flier & Greenihieids, pocket-book-makers, above

5 9, -Trongate

Fither, James, manufacturer, 2:, Glafsford-ftreet

Fi&er, John, bookbinder, 29, Virginia-ftreet

Fimer, Alexander, fpirit-dealer, 64, King-flreet

Fimer, Alexander, tobaccomft, 159, StockwelJ

FtemhigjWra. mercht. Sawmill-field,by Port-Dundas

Fleming, Matthew, merchant, 66} Glafsford-itrect,

houfc, George's fquare

Fleming, Matth. & Go. manufr 8 . 66, Glafsford-ftr.

Fleming, Hugh, jun. counrirtg-houfe, 23, Brunfwick-

ftreetj lodging, George's fquare, weft Cide

Fleming, John, writer, 26, Nelion-itreet, houfe, 31,

Glafsford-ftreet

Fleming, Robert, merchant, 36, Brynfwick-flrect

Fien-iirej'R.D, manu£ r . CarfvveUWurt, George- ftf.


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Fleming/Peter, Iand-furveyor, at W K.yle s,KenUlr»

Fleming, M. rhanufaaurer, 538, ArgylUftreet

Fleming, W. k. hofier, 628, do,.

Fleming, Bowman, manufacturer, Brunfwiek-ftreet

Fleming, James, rnanufa&urer, 25, St. And. ftre - 6

Fleming, J. baker, 40, Gallowgate

Fleming, Archibald, joiner, &c. Anderfton

Fleming, John, do. 4.3, Bridgegate

Fleming, Baugbton, Adelphi croft, Hutc-hifontoun

Fleming, John, fnurby Nelfon-ftreet

Foote, David, plaifterer, Gorbals

Forbes, David, carver and gilder, 8, Hutcheibn-fb. ier

Ford, George, vintner, 6$ t

Trongate

Forgie, J. tobaccomft, 108, Gallowgate

Fojlong, William, merch. North Ilanover-ftreet

Forrefter, Rob. woollendraper, 130, Trongate

Forrefter, Robert, teacher of Englifli, Brimfwick-ftt.

Forrefter & Willis, hardware ftiop, i6y, Trongate

Forrefter, D. vintner, 442, Gallowgate

Forfter, George, manufacturer, 38, Hutchefon-ftr.

Forfyth, Robert, meflenger, 265, Kigh-ftreet

Forfyth, John, leather mop, i 6, Prince's ftreet

Forfyth, James, fpint-dealer, 2 s 8, High-ftreet

Forfyth, John, joiner, &c* 74, Wilfon-lireet

Forfyth, Thomas* 25, Gallowgate

Fouiis, James, joiner, Gibfon-ftreet, Gallowgate

Flynn, John, pay mailer, for the weftern diftridt, 582,

Argyll-ftreet 1

Fouiis, Allan, timber yard, foot of Saltmarket

Frame, James, joiner, Gibfon-ftreet, Gallowgate

Frame, Allan, teacher of Englifli, 113, Trongate

Frame, Robert, calico-printer, 79^ Bell-flreet

Frame^ James, haberdaftier, 45 % Galiowgatf

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Frafer, Alex, fpirit-dealer, 394, Gallowgate

Frafer, John, hair-cloth, manuf'. 1 32, Stockweil

Frafer, James, 76, Hurchefon-iireet

Frafer, Alex, baker, Grahanrfton

Frafer, John, tailor, 106, George-flreet

Frafer s Alex, fprnt-dealer, 149, Gallowgate

Freeland, J. 8c Co, yarn warehouse, 52, Wilfon-ftr*

Freeland, Henry, grocer, 221, George-ltreet"

Freeland, John, grocer, Bal-manno-ftreet

Freer, Dr. Rob. profeflbT of medicine, College-court

Frew, William, tambourer, 51, Bell-ftreet

Fryar, Thomas, brickmaker, Gallowgate, eaft end

Fullarton, Allan, meHenger, at J. M' Crone's, High-ftr.

Fullarton, Coal-work Company, 78, Trongate

Fulton, Wm. & Son, anehcr-fmiths, Mitchell-ftreet

Fulton, - s meffenger, Blackfriars Wynd

FyfFe, James, merchant, 54, Vfrgima-ftreet

Fyffe, P. reed maker, 135, Saltmarket

FjfFe, James, coai-agent, Brcomklaw

Gairdner, James, merch. 2, George's fquare*

Gairdner, James, lodging, a> Hamflton-ftreet

Galbraith. James, fpirit-dealer, 13, High-ltreet

Galbraith & Inglis, fingeing-houfe, John-ftreet

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Galbraith., James, & Co. checfe & ham-mop, '72,

King-ftreet

Galbtaith, James, copperfmkh, 28, Bridgegate

Galbraith, J. comb-maker, i3c, Sahmarket

Galley, Andrew, tailor, 27, John-ftreet

-Galiawie,£. -milliner -and haberdafher, 83, Trongate

Galleti, Anthony* carver and gilder, to ? "Nelfon-ftr.


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•Galloway, James, grain-dealer, 342, Gailowgate

Galloway, James, writer, 52, Virgin ia-ftreet

Galloway, Robert, flour- merchant, Miccheil~ftree£

Galloway, N. baker, 66, Argyll-ftreet

Galloway, Alexander, brewer, Moodie's Wyad

Galloway, William, 49, Canon-ftreet

Galloway, Henry, vintner, 154, Trongate

Galloway, Jn. & Cha. corn-merchants, 102, Trongats?

Galloway, Mrs. circulating library, 408, Gailowgate

Galloway & Anderfon, joiners, 220, George-ftreet

Galloway, Robert, grocer, 100, Gailowgate

Galloway, James, baker, 223, High.ftreet

Gammel, Rob. & John, tobacconifts, i4£,5altmarkefc

Garden, Francis, merch. lodging, weft fide, Geo. &$&

Gardiner, David, manufacturer, 12, Wilfon-ftreet

Gardner, John, jun. merchant, Belegrave Place

Gardner, Eph* tanner, at the new Glafgow tan-work

Gardner, William, meffenger at armSjO^Candleriggs,

houfe, 9, Stockwell

Gardner, Alexander, grocer, 11Q, Argytt-ftreet

Gardner, William, hatmaker, 22, Saltmarket

Gardner, Thomas, do. 15, do.

Gardner,, Moles, furgeon, 383, Galipwgate

Gardner, Thomas, tobaccomlt, 222, High-ftrcet

Gardner, John, Star Inn, Ingram-ftreet

Gardner, Mifs, milliner, Craig's land, 4^; Argyll-ftr*

Gardner, James, manufacturer, Havannah-ftreet

Gardner, Andrew, do, Aiton-eourt, Old Vennal

Gardner, John, & Co. ironmongers, 99, Candleriggs

Gardner, John* manufacturer, 68, Bell-ftreet

Gardner, Mofes, hatmaker, 1, Nelfon-flreet

Gardner, Wm. merchant, Lobon's land, Fred.-ftr,

Gardner, Archibald, neediemaker, 13, Brldgeg-^c

Gardner, John, fen, Young-ftreet

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Gardner, John, furveyor f6r the city, 43, Bell-ftreet

Gardner, J & J. math, Iwffc. makers, 43, do.

Gsir^ne ,

wright, Kirk-ftreet, Calton

Gardner James, do. 3

Gar ner* George, fpint-dealer, Caltori mouth

1 6, oppose the Barracks

Gardner, J. grocer, 385, (JaKcwgate

Garuner, W. vintner, 43, Prince's ftreet

Gaywood, George, hatmaker, 162? Trongate

Geddes,J.giaisworks.Finniefton,mop,49,WiU"on«flr,

G nimell, Wm. grocer, 546, High ftreet

Gemmell, Ja s . agent for Belfaft Traders, BrownHelct

Gemmell, & Galbraith, calendrers, 25, Virginia-ftp

Geromil, Mrs. midwife, Brownfield

Gemmil, John, grocer, 50, King-ftreet

Gemmill, John, grocer, 601, Argyll-ftreet

Gemmii, David, fpirit-deaier, Nelfon-ftreet

Gemmill, William, fpirit-deaier, Grahamfton

Gentle. Wm. baker, 108, High-ftreet

Gentle, Thomas, do. 445, Gallowgate

Gentle, John, ftioemaker, 35, iugh-ftreet

Gentle, James, baker, 94, Gallowgate

George, A. & Co. fpirit- dealers, 295, Hi^h-ftreet

George, James, manufacturer, 15, Candleriggs

Gibb, John, calendrer, 42, Higb-ftreet

Gibb, Archibald, baker, 147, -Gallowgate

Gibb, Robert, fpirit dealer, 49, High-ftreet

Gibfon, Georgev bellman, 281. Kigh-itreet

Gibfon, John, com-faclor, Grahamfton

Gibfon, I), cutler,, 421, Gallowgate

Gibfon, John, wriiiog-mafler, Sidney-court, Argyll-

ftreet, lodging. Pollock's land, Maxwell-ftreet

Gibfon, C. Tontine buildings

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Gibfon, James, baker/Grahamfi:on

Gibfon, Alexander, grocer, Mitchell-flreet

Gibfon, James, Teacher of Latin, public Grammar*

School, lodging, Paul's land, Tradeftown

Gibfon's, academy, 21, John-ftreet

Gibfon, John, furgeon, 284, High-ftreet

Gilbert, Andrew, insurance broker, Exchange, lodg-

ing, Miller-ftreet

Gilchrift, James, grocer, %c> f

Gallowgate

Gilchrift, Ed. fpirit-dealcr, Sidney court, Argyjl-ftr.

agent for Edinburgh and Leith '

(hipping company

Gilchrift. Hugh, yarn warehoufe, 34, Kutchefon -it •••.

Gilchrift, R. & Co. manufacturers, 46, Hfgh-ilreet

'Gilchrift, John, builder, Tradeftcwn

Gilchrift, & Co, fpirit-dealers, Nile-Mr. Gallowgate,

Gilfillan, Js. rope-work, new road, near the Barracks,

office, 98, Trongate

Gilfillan, Alexander, baker, 252, Hlgh-ftreet

Gilfillan, James, agent, Trades Land, at the Crofs

Gilfillan, W. grocer, 1 {4, High-ftreet

Giifilfah, , writer, 302, High*ftecet

Gillefpie, William,, & Co. calico-printers, Anderfton

.Gillefpie, James, & Co. rnanufi*. School-wynd, do,

Gillefpie, A. calendrer, Charlotte-lane

Gillefpie, Colin, & Co. merchant, 132, Ge

Gilletie, Mrs. midwife, Sidney-court, Argyll ft*

Gillies, James, bbpkfeller & ftalioner, 290, High-it r,

Gillies, Amelia, muffin and print {hop, 15, Bell-ftr,

Gillies, Archibald, fpirit -dealer, 22, King-ftreet

Clil^ee, W. fpirit-deaJer, 37, High-ftreet

Gillies, J. grocer, 6), Trongate

Gillies & Whyte, yarn merchants, 46^ Wilfon-ftreefc

Gilmour. David baker 84 G allow


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Gilmour, Mrs. milliner, 8 a, oppose the College

Gilmour, John, grocer, Gorhals

Gilmour & Hamilton, merchants, 459, Gallowgate

Gilroy, John, & Co, agents, 49, Canon-ftreet

Gird wood, Pinkerton &Co. machine-makers, Gcrbafe

Glafgow New Tan work Company, 51, Gallowgate

Glafgow Pottery warehoufe, 92, Glafsford-ftreet

] Glafgow G afswork Company's warehoufe, Clyde-fir.

Glafgow & Terreville Cryfta! warehoufe, 49, Wilfoa-

fireet, to remove to 3*5, Argyll-ftr.

Glafgow Rope work Company's warehoufe, and

ccunting-houfe, 112, Stockweil

Gkfgow Fire-Office, 13, Trongate

Giafs, John, dyer, 87, Saltrnarket

Glafs, John, grocer, 19, Candleriggs

Giafsford, Henry, of Dougalfton, counting-fcoufc*

53, Virginia-ftreet; lodging, 16, George's fquare

GIafsford& Kenderfon, merchants, £3, Virginia-ftr,

Glen, William, writer, 154, Trongate

Glen, Alex. 8c Co, Ruffia merchants, 6, Queen-fir.

Glen, Alex, jun. manufacturer,.. 1, Hutchefon-ftr.

Glen, Mrs. lets lodgings, 6$6> Argyll- (heel

Glen, W. timber-merchant, Buchanan--ftreet, houfe

Gordon- fireet

Glen, Alexander, fplrit-dealer, 37, Prince's ftreet

Glen, John & Co, grocers, 67, Saltmarket

Goold > Wm.teacheroFinftrumentalmufic,32,Hut-ftr.

Gordon, Ales;, merchant, Buchanan street

Gordon, John, do 64, do..

Gordon, Cairns & Co. merchants, 35:, Butch efon-ftf

Gordon, William, grocer, 384, Gallowgate

Gordon, , manufacturer, Charlotte lane

Gordcr*, A. & Co, fpirit deakr, tie, High-ftreet'


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Gourlie, William, fpirit dealer, 19, Bridgcgate

Govan, Coal company's office, 10, Argyll-ftreet

Govane & Stirling manuf. 12, Wilfon-ftreet

Govan, Mrs grocer, 454, Gallowgate

Govan, Alexander, merchant, 13, King-ftreet

Gow, Benjamin, tailor, 101, Candleriggs

Gow, Walter, horlefetter, 27, Stock well

Gow, James, tailor, 1 3, King-ftreet

Gow, William, horlefetter, ^wan-clofs, 93, Trongate

Gowdie, John & Son, manufacturers, 1 77, do.

Gowdie, George, merchant, do. do,

Gowdilock, Mrs. Wm. ftockjng-fhop-, 82, King-fir.

GraEme,Rob.SherifF"fub(litute f Honi'sCcurt, Arg-ftr.

Grahame, Archibald, cafhier to the Thiftle Bank p

56, Virginia-Qrect

Grahame, Thomas, writer, 40, Mtller-ftreet

Grahame, Peter, ftockingmaker, 312, Hig-h-ftreet

Grahame, Alex, cooper, 38, Stock well

Graham, James, jun. yarn warehoufe, 34, Wilfon-ftr.

Graham, James, manufacturer, 55, St. Andrew's fq„

Graham, James, do. $$> do.

Graham, Walter, baker, 42, Saltmarket

Graham, W. & J. hofiers, 71, do.

Graham, R. & A, Mitchell, writers, 24, Ingram- ftr-

Graham, Robert, fpirit-dealer, 2635 High-ftreet

Graham, A. brafs-fcunder, 97,

do,

Graham, Adam, jeweller, 100, King.ftreet

Graham, John, jeweller, 100, do,

Graham, Peter, fpirit- dealer, 69, Hutchefon-ftr.

Graham, John & Co. manufacturers, 62, Bell-ftreet

Grahame, Archibald, grocer,^, Gallowgate

Graham, John, Graham's Buildings Georgc-ftreet

Graham^ Rev, Matthew, Belegrave Place


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Craham, James, & Co. joiners, Gorbals

Graham, Charles, taiior/sj, Trongate

Graham, James, baker, 2i s Argyll ftreet

Graham & Wardrops, pewterers and tin-plate work*

ers, Turner's land, 44* Argyll-ftreet

Graham, James, iertius s

51, Glafsford-ftreet

Graham, Walter, mailer of Police, 12, Charlotte-Tin

Graham, William, leather-feller, 25, Gailuwgatt

Graham, Lieut. Col. lodging, $6S Miller-ftreet

Graham, Rob. manufacturer, 94, Candleriggs

Graham, Miln, & Co. grain- dealers, Mitchell-ftr.

Graham, W. & Co. manufacturers, 5

Graham, James, cutler, 94, Glafsford-ftreet

r, Gbfsford-fir.

Graham, D* mercht. at Hopkirk, Cunningham & Co's

Graham, Mrs. midwife, 63, King-ftreefc

Grant, Alex. jun. lodging, John-ftreet

Grant & MIntofn, manufa£l rs . 8?, Brunfwick-ftr.

Grant, James, writer, Allan's land, 63, Bell-ftreet

Grant & Mathiefon, fpir it-dealer, 68, do.

Grant, Alex. jun. & Co, manufacturers, 37, Beli-fl^

Grant, John, (locking (hop, 468) Gallowgate

Grant, Alexander haberdaiher, g6 } Hutchefon-ilr.

Grant, David, Englifh Hone warehoufe, 27, Kim

Gray, Robert, & Son, gokifmiths, 129, Trongate

Gray, James, jeweller, 235, do.

Gray Si Tod J, Engravers, 34, do.

Gray, Maver & Co. bookfellers, 2, Bridgegatc

Gray, John, haberdamer, 155, Trongate

Gray, Archibald, 402, Gallowgate

Gray, John, vvright, Tradeftown

Greenfield, Mrs. muflin & print fhop, 71, Bell-ftr.

Greenihields, Samuel, cloth mop, 122, Nelfon-fir*

Grant, R fpiiit-dealeTj 58, Stockwcll

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Gray, Benjamin, fiioe {hop, 30, John-ftreefc

Gray & Murray, dyers, Spoutmouth

Greig, John, eating-houfe, 60, Bridgegate

Greig, Benjamin, merchant, 63, CandieriggS

Greig, William, grocer. 255, High-ftreet

Grier, R. fpirit-dealer, 56, Argyll-ftreet

Grieve, Thomas, fpirii- dealer, 103, Gallowgate

Grieve, David. & Co. dp. 41, do.

Grieve* William, 25, do.

Grieve, John, furgeon, 51* do.

Grieve, Robert, manufacturer, 72, Bell-ftreefi

Grieve, D. hofier, 440, Gallowgate

Grimman, William, joiner, St. Enoch's Wynd

Grindiay, William, & Co. bakers, 113, John»ftreet

Grindlay, James, do. Gorbals

Grofart, Peter, vintner, 322, High-ftreet

Grub, William, fpirit-dealer, 96, Gallowgate

Guiller, Robert, brufhmaker* 15, do.

Gunn, W. tailor, Trades' land

Gunning, Archibald., grocer, 415, Gallowgate

Guthrie, Thompfon, & Co. manufr 8 . Wallace-court^

$eli.ftreet

Guthrie, John, merchant, 62, Buchanan- ftreet

Guthrie, Thomas, grocer, 78, Stockwell

ftaddin, John, merchant, 13, New Wynd .

Haddin, John, jun. manuf r . 101, CandieriggS

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Haddin, William, do. 101, do.

Haddow, Rob. merchant, lodgings N. Hanover-ft$

Haddow & Dale, 37, Glafsiord-ftreet

Hagart, Charles, & Co. merchants, 23, St >AnsU te


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Hagart, Robert, merchant, lodging, 30, Dunlop ftr.

Hair & Y" illar, marble-cutters, Jamaica- ftreet

Haig, James, lodging, 48, John-ftreet

Halbertj -, watchmaker, 182, Trongate

Haldane ? James, engraver, 154, do.

Maldane, D. & Co. manufr $ „ 1.01, Candleriggs

Haldane, R. laftmakerj 29, Bridgegate

Hall, Mrs. makes grave-clothes, 449, Gallowgate

Hall, James, writer, office, 1 16, Trongate

Hall ,» J teacher, academy, Virginia- ftreet

Hall, llichard, mefienger at arms, 83, Saltmarket

Haiiey, C. French teacher, 633, Argyll-ftreet

Haliiday, james }l grocer, 32, Bridgegate

Hamilton, John, wine-merchant, 78, Trongate, lodg-

ing, St. Enoch's fquare

Hamilton & Co. manufacturers, 60, Hutchefon-ftf.

Hamilton, Arch, collector of land-tax for the county

of Lanark,and agent for Paifleybank, 17, Trongate,

houfe, 64, Hutchefon ftreet

Hamilton, Gilbert, merchant, agent for Carron

Company, lodging, 20* Queen-ftreet

Hamilton, Gilbert & Son, agents for the Bank of

Scotia ad , Queen ft reet

Hamilton, Arch merchant, 23, Queen-ftreet

Hamilton, Garden & Co. merchants, 1

Hamilton, John, writer, 57, High-ftreet

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Hamilton. GuV. & J n . infurance-brokers, Exchange

Hamilton, J fen. & Co, merchants, 20, Gallowgate

Hamilton, John, at James Hamilton, fenior's

Himikon, Claud, collector, South Hanover- ftreet

Hamilton, Alex. & Scott, pipe-makers, 2o, High-ftr.

Ha. nil ton, Walter, & Co. manufr*. 40, Trongate

Xanultoriy Alex, fpirit- dealer, 153, Saltmarket


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Hamilton, Wm. & Co. mfurance-brokers, Tontine

Buildings

Hamilton, Wm. lodging, Muir's land, Ingram- Greet

Hamilton, T. mufician, lodging, 32. Hutchefon-itr,

Hamilton, Capt. Wm. lodging, Geo,, fqr weft fide

Hamilton, James, write?, 459* Gallowgate

Hamilton, John, jun, writer, 129, Saltmarket

Hamilton, Mrs. H. ft abler, near the Alms' houfe

Hamilton, Giimour & Co. timber-yard, Bridgegat.e

Hamilton, James, grocer, 128, Trongate

Hamilton, W. & J. merchants,, 57, Candleriggs

Hamilton, ,\. & P. tobacconifts, 152, Stockwell

Hamilton, John, merchant, 44, St. Andrew's fquai;e

Hamilton, David, architect, 8, Garthland-ftreeS;

Hamilton, William, tailor, 25, Trongate

Hamilton, John,>aker, 76, King-ftreet

Hamilton, Robert, jailor, firft clofs above the tolbooth

Handyfide, J. Carlifle yarn warehoufe, 73>Wilfon~ftr.

Hannah & Reid, manufacturers, 297, High-ftreet

Hannjngton, Wm watchmaker, 17, Argyll-Rreet

Hardie, Henry, lodging ? 49, Virginia-dree

Hardie, James, jun, do*

Hardie, H. & Co. linen warehoufe, 43, Wilfon-ftr,

Hardie, James, bookbinder, 277, High-ilreet

Hardie, Thomas, dyer, 67, Ingram-ftreet

Hardip, James, dyer, St. Enoch's lane

Hardie, James, ftabler, 258* High-ftreef

Hardie, Rob. & Co. tobaccofufts, 266, Higli-ftr.

Harley, M'Gilp, 8? Co. manufr 8 . 72, Brunfwick-ftr, v

Harper, John, threadmaker, Rottenrow

Harris, Robert, fpirit cellars, 24, Prince's ftreet

Harrifon, Mrs. makes burying-crapes^ 85, Gallowgate

Harvie, Andrew, grocer, 305^

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fiarvie, Alex, foap and candle (hop, 67, Trongate?

Harvie, James ? do. do. 275, High-ftreet

Harvie, James, grocer, corner of Rottenrow

Harvie, John, i do. 125, High-ftreet

Harvie, Alex do. 2475, do.

Harvie, James, teacher, 6$, Trongate

Hay, James, tailor, 10 1, Caridleriggg-ftreet

Hay, George, joiner, 581, Argyll-ftreet

Hay, Da^id, uphdfterer, above $$, Trongate

H^dderwick, M. hecklemaker, 56, Saltmarket

Hemming, Mrs. George Inn, j 8, George's fquara

Henderfon, John, manufacturer, 74, Glafsford-ftree*

Henderfon, j. E. merchant, 9, Jamaica-ftreet

Henderfon, John* fpirit-dealer, 273, High-ftreet

Henderfon, Patrick, cork- cutter, 38, Prince's ftreet

Henderfon, Robert, furgeon, 65, Trongate

Henderfon, John, {hoemaker, 294. I^igh-ilreet

Henderfon, William, cloth (hop, 8, frongate

Henderfon, Riddell &Co„mercht s

53, Virginia-fir*

Henderfon, Richard, writer, Turner's court, Argyll^

ftreet, office, City Clerks' Chambers

Henderfon, Mrs. grocer, 102 High-ftreet

Henderfon's oyfter houfe, 10 1, Candleiiggs

Henderfon, James, Englim carrier, 64, do.

Hendry, Ebenezer, tailor, 2 1 , High-ftreet

Henry, Alex. & Son, cotton- fpinners, Greenhea4

Henry & Jarvay, ropework, Grahamfton

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Henry, John^ haberdafher, 9$ JL-tchefon-ftreet

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Hepburn, Watt & Co. manufr?. 12, Wilfon-ftreet

Herald & Advertifer office, 44, Bell ftreet

Herbertfon, collector of canal dues, Port-Bundas

J.

Herriot, Andrew, manufacturer, Pcir-office court

Uerriot, Alexander, agent, 44, ArgjIMlreet


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Hervey, Robert, merchant, 38, Glafsford flreet

Hervey, -, wright and glazier, 633, Argyll-fir.

Hewit, Mrs. midwife, 49, Maxwell-ftreet

Heywood & Ellis, manufacturers, 76, Brunfwick-fij\

Higgens, J. hairdrefler,—Penny Poit-oihce, 104^

Gallowgate

Higgens, John, grocer, 3, Candleriggs

Hill, David, leather feller, 1 1 6, Trongate

Hill & Dempfter, manufacturers, 15, Candleriggs

Hilly James, writer, 49* Miller ftreet; office, 44, do.

Hill, George, fpirit dealer, 312, Gallowgate

Hill, John, grocer 131, -Stock well

Hill Sc Walker, manufacturers, 3$,

Bell -ftreet

Hill, John, jun. $c Co. manufrs. i8 k 5t. And, lane

Hiilop, John, manufacturer, 8, Nciion-ftreet

Hog, John, tinfmith, ^09, Gallowgate

Hood, Robert, cooper, 63, Candleriggs

Hood, John, do 12, do.

Hood, Andrew, do. 371, Gallowgate

Hoome, John, furgeoo, .5, Prmce'6 ftreet

Hope & Little, ironmongers, 95, Glaisiord-ftreet

Hopkirk, James, merchant, Miikr- ftreet

Hopkirk, Thomas, merchant, St. Vincent-ftreet

Hopkirk Cunningham, &Co.merchants,St vincentftr.

Horn, James, laitmaker, 159, Saltmarket

Hofie, Andrew, manufacturer, 1 !, Bell- ftreet

Hotfon, And. ironmonger, 85, Candleriggs

Houldfworth, Henry &Co.cotton-fpinners,Andtrftoa

Houfholdi George* fugar broker, Tontine buildings

Houihold, Charles, cooper, 62, Jamaica-ftreet

Houfton, Alex. & Co. merchants, 44, Argyli-ftreet

Houlton, John, grocer, 75,

.stock well

Houfton^ And, coal-agent, &iiiore-mafter,Broomielaw


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Houfton, Alexander, & Co. St. And. fquare, Eaft fide

Houfton, A. teacher of vocal mufic, 158, Trongate

Howat, Charles, horfe-fetter, 4 1 6, Gallowgate

Hovvatfon, J. & T. manufacturers, 297, High-ftrect

Howden, Moodie, &Co. corner of Glafs£ord-,ftreet

Howey, & Co. Englifh carriers, Montrofe-ftreet

Howe, John, & Son, fkinners, 9, Bridgegate

Howie, Robert, ironmonger, 68, King-ftreet

Howie, A, grocer, 609, Argyll-ftreet

Howie, John, & Co. fpirit-dealers, 20, Stockwelj

Howie & Craig, fpirk-cellars, 1 6, dp.

Howie, Walter, horfe-fetter, Ne w-Wynd

Howiefon, Robert, threadmaker, 427, Gallowgate

Hufley, Wm, cotton- fplnner, Graham's fqr. do.

Hunter & Rainey, merchants, Ingram -court

Hunter, William., do do.

Hunter, James, jum brewer, Montrofe-ftreet

Hunter, Mrs. flrong-beer hpufe, 173, Saltmarket

Hunter, James, wright, 27, Stockwell

Hunter, Alex, merchant, lodging, 54, Ingram-ftreet.

Hunter, A. 8c W- manufacturers, 1 8o» Saltmarket

Hurter, James, & Co. tea (hop, 6 so, Argyll- ttreet

Hunter, Alex, merchant, 106,— 1, Trongate

Hunter, Thomas, manufacturer, 12, Wiifon-ftreet

Hunter, Archibald, merch. at Patrick Ewing & Co's

Hunter, Samuel, at the Herald Advertifer office

Hunter, William, vintner, 181, Trongate

Hunter, John, & Co. fpirit-dealers, #46, Gallowgate

Hunter, James, grocer, Gorbals

Hunter, Andrew, coal-agent, 16, New-Wynd

Huntsfield, John, vintner, 39, Prince's lireet

Hutchefon, Charles, 18, Frederick-ilreefc

Hutchifon, John, grocer,, 112, High-ftreet


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Hutchifon, David, writer, Robertfon's land, ift weft

of Virginia- ilreet

Hutchifon, Thomas, baker, 264, High-ftreet

Hutchifon, James, calico-printer, Poft-office court

Hutchifon & Coulter, manufacturers, 273 Hutch.-ftr*

Hurchifon & Young, calendrers, 3, Montrofe-ftrcef

Hutchifon, Rob. bookfeller & ftationer, 10, Salt.

Hurchifon,- , Grocer, 82, Candlerxggs

Hutton, Mrs. grocer, 77, Bridgegate

Hutton, Mifs, milliner, 57, Wilfon-ftreet

Hynd,John, Campbell's lodgings, at the Crofs

H;/:id, Talker, & Co. general agents, and infurance

brokers, 1 8, St. Andrew's lane

Ingiis, David, calico-printer, 9, Virginia-ftreet

I

Ingiis., John, haberdaftier & fiik mercer, 32, Trongate

Ingiis, James, hat manufacturer, 140, Trongate

Ingiis, James, calico-printer, Parkho'rn

Ingiis, Ewing & Co. calendrers, Smith's court,

Candleriggs

Ingiis, Walter, clcthlapper, 28, Stock well

Ingiis, James, Carfwel'Ps court, George- ilreet

IngMs & Galbraith's fingeing houfe, John-ftreet

Irvine, Will. & Thos. merchants, 6^ Brunfwick-ftr,

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Irvine, T. & W. hofiers, lodging, 9, Garthland-ftr,

Irvine, Mrs. lets lodgings, 82, High-ftreet

Irvine & Mayne, manufacturers, 37, Bell-ftreet

Irvine, Samuel, tobacconift, 433, Gallowgate


J

Jack, Alexander, writing mauer, Dunlop-ftreet

Jack, John, beadle, Campbe'l-ftreet

Jackion, James, poftmafter, lodging, ,

3 3 Charlotte-ftr*

Jackfon, James, ironmonger, 419, Gallowgate

Jack fon, Thomas, Perth carrkr, Candleriggs

Jackfon » John, vintner, 53, Trongate

Jack, Thomas, bcokCeller, 101, High- ftreet

Jaffray-j William & Co. merchants, Turner's court

-Jaffray, Mrs. grocer, George -ftreet

JafFrey, Rob. jun. & Co. fpsrit-dealers, 72, Trongate

Jaffrey, Robert,


Jenkine & Smith, boot and (hoe (Lop, 308, Higli-ftr.

Johnfon, James, currier, foot of Havannab-flreet

JohnOon, Charles, painter, 28, Hutchefon-ftreet

Johnflon, A. fign and houfe painter, 58, Wilfon-ftr.

Johnfton, , baker, 60, adjoining the Star Inn

Johnfton, W. weaving. utenfiUmaker, 172, Kigh-ftr.

johnfton, Mrs, T. vintner, 94, High-ltreet

johnfton, David, jun. 21, Glalsford-fireet

Johnfton, James, fp\rit-dealer, .1 5, Jamaica-ftreet

Johnfton, D. vintner, 173, Salimarket

Johnfton, William, yarn /hop, 117, Gallowgatc

Johnfton, Thomas, baker, 77, Saltmarke?

johnfton, Walter, mafon, Old-Wynd

johnftone, W. & J. oil and colourmen, 8, John.-ftr

Johnftoh & Nelfon, tea warehoufe, 107, Trcagate

Jones, John, bookbinder, 43, Trongate -

Jones, N. writer, Dunbar's clofs, r 24, Trongate

Jop, William, fmith and farrier, Gorbals

Juftice of Peace, Clerk's Office, 21, Giafsfofd-ftwe't

Kalley, Rob. & Co, tea merchants, i 7, Trongatr

Kay, Alex, manufacturer, Hutchefontown

Kay, J. & Go. wrights, 382, Gallowga-te

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Kay, David, accomptant, 13, oppofite the ^xchansc

Reddie, Arch, bookbinder, 2, Prince's itreet

Keith, J- & M. muficians, 154, Trongate

Keir, Walter, porter, 82, Havanna-ftreet

Kelly & White, cotton and yarn warehoufe, 44, St

Andrew's fquare

Kemp, J. accompt. Thiftle Bank, lodg. 9, Virginia- ft f!

Kennedy, Duncan, & Co. agents, 3^, ; Ssdtmarkct I

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Kennedy, D, jun. feedfman, 619* Argyll-fir eet

Kennedy, Robert, yarn warehcufe, 72, Ingrarn-ftr.

Kennedy, Daniel, fpirit-dealer, 27* Saitiriarket

Kennedy & Shepherd^ merchants, 34, TYongate

Kennedy, H. & Co. fpirit-dealers, 75, Charlotte-ftr,

Kennedy, Robert, ham (hop, 1 5 j 5 Stoc'kweil

Kennedy, Gilbt. merchant, at Logan and Kennedy's

Kennedy, 0. fmithand fpirit-dealer, 19, Galiowgate

Kennedy,, Alex, fpirit-deaier, 6*3, Glafsford-ftreet

Kennedy, James, haberdaiher, 615, Argyli-ilreet

Ker, Stewart, beadle, % Great Dovehill

Key, James, tailor, 181, Trongate

Ker f James, yarn warehoufe, 1 7, St. Andrew's (qr.

Key, Howe & Co. manufacturers, 50, do.

Ker, James, reedmaker, 25, Gallov/gate

&er> John, manufacturer, Trades' land

Keri Norman, tinfmith, 104, Bridgegate

Ker, Hugh, writer, and. Sheriff Cleik Depute, $y,

'Wiffon-ftreet, houfe, Slate field

Ker 5 Ac & J. tailors, 18 c, Trongate

Kibble, Forfter & Co. calico printers, Good's court,

- .Argyll-

ftreet

Kid, John & Alex, agents, 6i, Buchanan-ftreet

Kidd, Mark, mufician, 1 8, High-itreet

Kidfton ? Rev. fro. ift land eaft of Campbell-fire:*!

Kidftbn, Wm. merchant, at 'Alex. Glen's, Queen fK

Kilpatrick, Mrs. lets lodgings, 52, Prince's itjreet

Kincaid, John, grocer, 362, Galiowgate

King, Mnrifon, & Cb. manufacturers, 48, St A. fqr.

VLmgs John s cotton-fpinner; Andertton

King, Alexander, tobacconiil, 161, Stockwdl

Kingj Robert, writer, 307, Highvfkeefc

King* Mrs. t&mbourer, 38,

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King, Mrs. vintner, 22, Prince's ftreet

King, James, writer, 22, do,

Kingan, John, manufacturer, 74, GIafsford-$reet

Kinnibrough, tinfmith and pewterer, 435, Gallowg.

Kippen, William, manufacturer, 94, Hutchefon-ftr*

Kirkland, & Filber, manufacturers, 30, Trongate

Kirkland, John, manufacturer, Gorpals

Kirkland, J. tobaeconift, 29, Gallowgate.

Kirkland, J. manufailarer, 287, High-ftceet

Kirkwood, James, fhoemaker, 89, Glafsford-ftreet

Kirkwood, James, faddkr, 72, Argyil-ftreet

Kirkwood, Mifs, mantua maker,Sidney court* Arg. fix

Knight, J. vintner, 277, High-ftreet

Knox & Galbraith, haber^da&ers* 168, Trongatc

Knox, J. & Sons, yarn warehoufe, 80, Glafsford-ftr,

Kyle, W. land- furveyor, corner of j^ent arid.SuiFolk-ftr,

Laing, William, baker, 45, Joha-ftreefr..

Laird, James, merchant, houfe, 12, Adam's court

Laird, David, do., do, do.

Laird, Daniel, hatter, 2$, Saltmarket

Lamb, David, merchant, 125, George-lirest, lodgings.

38, John-ftreet •

Lamb, James, & Co, Wallace-court,. Belkftreel

Lamb, James, merchant, 49, Virginia-ftreet

Lamb, John,Joiner, 442, Gallowgate

Lamb, Mrs. milliner, 63,

do.

Lamont, John,, fpirit-dealer, 40, Glafsford-llreet

Lanark & Choriton Company's cotton yarn w&r^

houfe, 42, St. Andrew's fquare

i#ng & Robifen^ writers,. 19, Virginia-ftreet.


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Lang, Jcfsph, ipi'rk-deaier, 83, Stirling-ftreet

Lang, D, writer, 2, Hutchefon-ftreet, hcufe, 51, do.

Lan^Wm. & Son,ftove-grate warehoufe,01d*Wyr,4

Lang, William', printer, 62, BeJlftreet

Lang, WV College gardener, Blackfriar's Wynd

Lang, Robert, dfyfaker, $


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fcawfoflj Peter, raker, 22, John-ureet

Lawfon, WiHlr.m, hardware (hep, 18:, Salrmarket

Lawfon, William, fncemaker, 406, Galfowgate

Lvvwibn, David, joiner, 120, Saifrnarket

i.-'wibfij John, ^aidener, Govbais,

Lawfon, James, turner, 268, High-ftreet.

L^tt&o, John, woollen- draper, 5^ Huteheibn-ftreet

Lay ton, Thos. manufacturer, 29, Ingranvftrect

Leckie, Robert, fpirit-df.aler, 50, Cannqn-ftreet

Leckie, W. k Co. (locking manufrs. '4; o. Gnllowg.

Leckie, John, writer, 47, Virginia-ftreet

Leckie & Alexander, marmf". 70, Bmnfivkk-ftreet

Leckie, John & Co. hitters, 17, Salrmarket

Leechman & M-Viccar, ttnfmiths, 40, Brid^egate

Leechman, W. (Ynith, Townhead

Leechman, W. ironmonger, Bninfwick-ftreet

Leggat & G-Ider, joiners, Tradeftown

Lsighwij A. at Mr- Baton's oS:e; houfe, Old Vennal

Leitch & Smith, merchants, 119, George -ft reel

Leitch, Hugh, turner, 44, Bridgegate

Leitch, Daniel, watchmaker, Gorbals

Leitch, T; penny-letter carrier & ftahler, 126., Gafcwg.

Leitch, N. -tambourer, 382, Gallowgate

Leiichj Hugh, eating houfe, 57, Bridgegate

Leith, Andrew, grocer, 214, High-ftreet

Lemmon, Mrs, grocer, 602, Argyll-ftreet

Lemmonier, M, French teacher, 51, Bdl-Mreet

Lennox, G- vin, fraroefmith, Cakon

Lennox, And. & Co cheefe {hop, 81. Glafsford-ftr.

Lenrox, James, fadd!er, 300, High-ftreet :

Lennox, J vintner, Buchanan's court, 177, Trough

L?(lie &-Reid, manufacturers, 74, W^bn-ftreet

L-0?e s -Mantofli & Co Tobago-iireet, Calfon


Lewis, George, grocer, 262, High-flreet

Liddeli, James, vintner, 1 79, Trongate

Liddeli, A, oil and colour ihop, 101, do.

Liddeli, /,nd.& Co. Ru(Fiamerchants,6i,Candlerigg$

Liddeli, Wm. & Co. manufacturers, 59^

do.

Liddeli, And. merchant, lodgings^ i, Horn's court,

St. Enoch's flreet

Liddeli, Win. merchant, lodgings, Buchanan-ftreet

Ltddel, James, framefmith, Dempfter-itreet

Liddel, J. fmitii, I ft fiat Boyd's land, Stock well

Liddel, David, ladder, 25, Hutchefon-itreet

Lightbody, James, hatmaker, 44, Gallowgate

Lightbody, T. fpirit-dealer, 1 9, Trongate

Lightbody, Alexander, horfefetter, Kent-ftreet

Lillie & Johnfton, manufacturers, 37, Bell-ftrf.et

Lindfay, Smith & Co. Good's court, Argyil-ftreet

Lindfay J. & Co. timber-merchants, Broomiela^v

Lindfay, John, merchant, lodging, do t

Lind fey, Robert, do. doc

Lindfay, William, joiner, 65, High-ftreet

Lmdfny, J*, manufacturer, Craig's court, Tobago-flr,

Lindfay, Alexander, baker, 60, Argyil-ftreet

lindfay, George, wrght, 71, Saitmarket, keeps the

Traded Mort-cloth office

Lindfay & Bengali, writers, 46, Wiifon.ftreet

Linen Stamp Omce, Currie's elofs, High-ftreet

Linn, Robert, grdcer, Gorbals

Littlejohii, James, grocer, 200, Kigh-ftrcef;

Little, John, fpirit dealer, 49,

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do.

Liverpool Fire-office, 28, Virginia -ftrect

Lloyd, H. gtocer, 1 1 3, High-itreet

Lobon, George, grocer, 89, Trongate

WheadV William, fen. joiner* 5 2, Bridgega^


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Lochead, W. joiner & truhkmalrer, i Jo, Saltmarket

Lochore, Robert, & Co. (hoe (hop, 95, Trongate

Lockhart, James, hardware (hop, j 74, Saltmarket

Lockhart, Rev. Dr. John 40, Charlotte-ftreet

Lockhart, James, plumber, g, Virginia-ltreet

Lockhart, John, tailor, 164, Trongate

Logan, W. merchant, Canal office, 6r, Buchanan-ftr*

Logan & Kennedy, wine and rum cellars, 6i % do.

Logan, Thomas, grocer, 67, Gallowgate

Logan, William, watchmaker, 387, Gallowgate

Logan, G. & J. manufacturers, 31* Bell-ftreet

Logan, John, fpirit dealer, 154, Trongate

Logic, William, hairdreiTer, 44, Glafsford-ftreet

Longrnmr, John, merchant, 5, Viginia-ftreet, lodg*

ing, ic6, Trongate

Lothian, Wardrop & Whyt. manuf rs , 177, Trong.

Lothian, Geo. jun* manufacturer, 76, Hutchefon-ftr.

Loudon, M. & Co. candle-office, 26, King-ftreet

Loudoun, Craigie & Co, agents for the Phoenix Fire

office, King-ftreet

Loudoun, Morehead, lodging, 40, Dunlop-fheet

Loudoun, John, do. do.

Loudon, David, fpirit-dealer, 59, Gallowgate

Love, Hugh, & Co: grocers, 12, Kihg-ftreet

Love, PI. & Co. fugar- refiners, 64, John-ilreet

Love, John, baillic of the ram's horn burying ground,

Gordon's land, 582, Argyll street

Love, Rev, ——, lodging, Brownfleid

Lowry, R. M. merchant, Poll-office court

Lumfden, James, & Son s engravers, 22, Argyll-fir,

Lumfder, George, bookfeiler, 637, do.

L'y'ie, John, {hoemaker, 23, Glafsford-fireet

Lyon, John^ tiufniith, iqi ? Saltmarket


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I*yon, George, Copperfmith, 80, Gdiowgate

Lyon, John, bookbinder, 15, • do.

Lyon & Boggie, brulhmakcrs, jco, Hi^ii-iUcef

Lyot^ John, yarn-merchant 8, Ganhlaiid-itrcet

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Mabon, A. B. rianuf^ctuter, 13, St* Andrew's lane

Mabon, David, do. Drygate, north fide

Machen, Matthew, lodging, 07, Brunfwick-ftreec

Machen, John, brafs-fo under, Qid-Wyndi

Machen, Andrew, writer, do.

Machens & Laird, oil of vitriol makers near Wondfide

Mack, W.G. writer, 8, Nelfon-ltrJodgingj \ 32,T»ong»

Mackie, George, feal-engraver, 31, Hutchifon-ftreet

Mackie, James, tea-merchant, 80, do.

Mackie, Thomas, fpirit-dealer, 167, Trongate

Maiklem, John, grocer, 215'j Georgc-ftreet

Main3 Charles, merchant, 591, Argyll-ftreet

Mair, John, & Co. merchants, 38. Argyll-ftreef

Mair, James, do. do.

M/sir, John, merchant, lodging, Plantation

Mair, John, vintner, 14, Saltmarket,

Maitland, Hugh, plaiiterer, Gorbals

Mail Guard to Edinburgh by Falkirk, &c. parcels kft

for him, at Cameron's, Poft~ofhce court

Maitlarid, A. fpirit-dealer, Gallowgate-bridge

Malcolm, Geo. & Co. manufacturers, 9, St A. entry

Malcolm. R. & Ds auctioneers, 94, Hutchefon-flr.

Mallochj Daniel, Ihoe & leather- (hop, 41, Prince's ftr.

Malcolm, John, fhoemaker, 104, High-ftr.

Manford, Rob. & Co. manufacturers, 20, St. A. fqr a

Mann, J;imes^ fpirit-dealer, 549, Saltmarket


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iVhnn, Hugh , writer, 101, Candleriggs

Mann, John, writer, 15, St. Andrew'3 ftreet

Mann & Deuchrafs, auction". King ftr. & Prince^ itr,

Mann, John, gunfmitb, Gorbals

Mann, William, do. do.

Mann, Robert, {hoemaker, do.

Mariners, J. plane-maker, Saracen-lane, -Gallowgate

Manfon, William, fpirit-dealer, 73,.High-ftveet

Marquis, N. & J. grocers ? 107, King-fireet

Marihal!, Thomas, writer, 65 , Saltmarket

Marfhall, Steven, baker, Gorbals

Marfhall, C. writer, Buchanan's land, 177, Trongate

Marfhall, William, writer, 132, Trongate

Marfliaii & Glafgow, manufr s . 76, Hutchefon-ftreet

Marfhall, David, & Co. inkle-work, Craigneflock

Marfhall, John, horfcfetter, 294, Bigh-ftreet

Marfhall, James, druggiit, 267, do.

Marfhall, James, cotton and worried (hop, 25, do.

Marfliaii, John, baker, 13, Candleriggs

Marfhall, William, fhoe fhbp, 21, Saltmarket

Marfhall, Robert, writer, 9, MiKer-ftreet

Marfliaii, Peter, portrait painter, 132, Trongate

Marfhall, James, manufacturer, 82, Bell-ltreet

Marfhall, John, accomptant, Ship Bank, lodging,

Rope, work court, Stockwell

Marfhall, J. fen. baker, 361(9 Gallowgate

Marfhall, William, merchant, 6$, "WilfoiL-ftreet

Martin,. Malcolm, infurance-broker, Exchange

Martin, James, & Co. ironmongers, 13, ArgylWlr,

Martin, Mrs. heddiemaker, 413, Gallowgate

Martin, John, manufacturer, 37, Bell-ftreet

Martin & MOmtoih, 13,81, Andrew^ lane

Martin, Mrs, makes bizTy ing-crapes, 21, Johti-ftreet

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Maflbn, Mrs, James, grocer, 149, High-ftreet

Mather, W^agent for London waggons, Montrofe-ftr.

Mather, wm. & Co. manufacturers, St. And. fqr.

Mathie, Benj. writer* Monteith'sland, 40, Hutch, Or,

Mathieibn , Ken neth, mafon, Caftlepea'selofSjHigh* fir

Mathiefon, Thomas;, tailor, Poll-office court

Matthew, Wm, pocket-book-maker, 39, Saltmarkc?

Maxwell, John, writer, 19, Queea-ftreet

Maxweil s John, jun. do,

Maxwell, Peter, fpirit-dealcr, Grahamft.cn

Maxwell, John, hairdrefler, 46, Glafsford-ftreet

Maxwell, Archibald, writer, 57, Hutchefoa-ftreet

Maxwell & Keith, print-cutters, 124, Trongate

Maxwell, Houftoa, ftone-ware (hop, 10, King-ftree:

Maxwell, Robert, baker, 86,.Candlenggs

Maxwell, Miller & Co. copper fmiths, 1 27>5<marke^

Maxwell, Robert, haberdalher, 426, Gallowgate

Mayne, William, ]\m. 21, Glafsford-ftreet

Mearns, James, fpint-dealer, 2, Max wdi- ftreet

Meek, Thomas, writer^ 71, Hutchefoa-ftreet

Meikle, William, baker, 3975 Gallowgate

Meikle, William, plafterer, Max well- ftreet

Meikle, Richard, manufaelarer, 442, Gallowgate

Meikle, John, do. Gorbals

Mciklejohn., Win. (pint-dealer, 253, High-ftr«et

Meikleham, Dr. Wm. profeiTor of Nat. Philof. College

Mellis, John, merchant, at J. Pariifoa's

Mel via, Andrew, agent, St. Andrew's fquare

Meanoas & Co. printers, 44. Bell- ftreet

Meaaoas, John, do.

Meazies, William, diftiiler, Gorbals

Meazies, Archibald, jun. lint-dreffer, 8, High-ftreet

Mtniks, Jarasrs, grocer,' 9$, Bridgegate

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Miller, Mrs. William, barley-office, 87, Caadkriggs

Miller* Tho s .

merchant, Lobon's land, Frederick- fbr.

Miller, H. gunfmith, Gorbals

Miller, James, mafcn, do.

Miller, Andrew, baker, 80, Bridgegate

Miller, Thomas, coal-agent, Broomielaw

Miller, William, lint (hop, 28, High-ftreet

Miller, Thomas, & Go grain merchants, Mitchell -fir.

Miller, John, fpirit- dealer, 72, High-ftreet

Miller, Daniel, tailor, 54, Saltmarket

Miller, Hugh, furgeon, fhop and houfe, 76, and 77,

oppofite the College Church, High-ftreet

Miller, Robert, jun. manufacturer, 22, Trongate

Miller & Warden, framefmiths, Caltoa

Miller, James, profeiTor of Mathematics, College

Miller, Dr. Richard, lecturer in Materia Medica, do*

Miller, D. joiner, &c. Morifon'sland, 595, Argyll-ftr.

Miller, Mcnzies & Coats, manufr*. 38, High-ftreet

Miller, H. baker, 53, Bridgegate

Miller, Robert, do. 289, High-ftreet

Miller, William, fpirit-aealer, Laigh Kirk clofe

Milligan, James, manufacturer, 12, Wilfon-ftrsefc

Mil'igan, Andrew, grocer, St. Enoch's fquare

Miln, James, turner, Gorbals

Miln, John, joiner, do.

Milne, William, merchant, at James Black & Co-g

Milne, James, watchmaker, Gorbals

Milne, James, profeilor of moral philofophy, College

Mihie, George, agent, 44, St Andrew's fquare

Mills, William, merchant, 94, Candleriggs

Mirriees, Peter, faddler, 634, Argyll-ftreet

Mirrlees, Wm. faddler and faddle-tree-maker, 34, do.

Mirrleesj William, gluemaker, Bridgegate


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MitcheH, M'Culloch & Co. merchants, $c } Argyll- dr.

Mitchell, Harper & Cc. manufr*. no, John-ftreet

Mitchell, Robert, turner, 633, Argyll-itrCet

Mitchell, John, flater, 23, King-itreet

Mitchell, Rev. John, Antiburgher-meetirg, Andevfton

JMitchell. & RuiTel, watchmakers, 1

8, Gaiiowgate

Mjtcheil, Alexander, plumber, \6> Jamaica-' Ijpfst

MlicheiJ, David, & Co, feedfross, 94, Trongste

Mitchell & Dougall, manufacturers, 46, High-ih^et

Mitchell, Thomas, grocer, 42c, Gaiiowgate

Mitchell, John, hairdreflcr, 75, High-ftrcct

Mitchell, flugo, meffrnger, 268, do.

Mitchell, Alex.merch.Spence's lodgings, 3, Argyll fir,

Mitchell, Alexander-, tailor, 1 rp, Saltm.irket

JVlitchcll, Thos. maiiafajfturer, £5, Sr. And. fquase

Mitchell, Thos. merchant, Gordon- {ireet

Mitchell, 'Mrs. midwife, 18, High-ftr. his lodging*

Mitchell, Thomas, ropework, Graham fton

Moffat, Galloway & Wyld, whfAtkk Manchefcer

warehoufe, 43, Trongnte

Moffat, Thomas, cotton- (pinner, 34 , Havannah-ftr.

Moir, James, porter-houfe, 18, Prince's ftreet

Moir, John, haberdaGicr, 14, Bell-ftreet

Mollefon, Alex, yarn warehoufe, 7, St. And. lane

Moilefon, David, do. 25, do. ftreei

Moiiefon, Francis, fpirit-dealer, Gorbals

Monach, Duncan, manuf r

. Smith's co&rtjCandleriggs

ho.ufe, Morifon's court

Monach & Buchanan, manufr s , 7 1; Kufchefon-ftr.

Monach, James, cotton- fplnner, 4%, Canon -itrset

Monach, Andrew, jun. at Jarnss Monach's, no.

Monklsnd Coal Company, 47, Glafsford-fireet

Monro-, George, grocer, $4, Stock well


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Monro, John, brckmaker, Gallowgate, eaft end

Monro, D. turner, St. Mungo's lane

Monro, Alexander, tobacconift, 6, Nelfon-ftreet

Monro, George, tinfmith, 240, High-itreet

Monteath, Walter, mercht. lodging f Buchanan-fir.

Monteath & Miller, calendrers, 6 t

Ingram-ftreet

Monteath, Balfour & Co. manufr*. 59, Queen-ftr.

Montecho, J. weather-glafs-maker, 51, King.ftreet

Monteith, J. furgeon, Adam's court, ihop, 99, Trongf,

Monteith & Couper, druggifts, g^ t Trongate

Monteith, John, merchant, $6> Glafsford-ftreet

Monteith, Henry, merchant, 5 2, Miller-ftreet

Monteith, Adam, & Co. yarn warehoufe, 13, South

Fred prick- ft reet

Monteith, Henry Bogle, & Co. yarn warehoufe,

Charlotte-lane

Monteith. James, tailor, 51, Gallowgate

Monteith, Alexander, grocer, Hutchefontown

Monteith, James, bleacher, Bilhop-ftreet, Anderfton

Montgomery, James, Graham-fquare, Gallowgate

Moody, Hugh, wine and rum-merchant, 24, King-ftr.

Moody & Harley, manufacturers, 37, Bell-ftreefc

Moody, Affitcl, corn-fadtor, 102, Trongate

Moody, John, carver and gilder, 84, Bridgegate'

More, John, cafhier. Royal Bank, 38, St. And. fqr.

Mcrifon,^V addel & Sym, upholilerers, 177, Trongate

Morifon, Jarnes, joiner, New Wynd

Morifon, James, & Son, merchants, 94, Candleriggs

Morifon, Jn merchant, Morifon's court, Argyll-ftr.

Morifon, James, joiner and cabinet-maker, do,

Morifon, Mrs. makes grave-clothes, 25, Trongate

Morifon, D. fpirit dealer, 180, Trongate

Itoifon, Jaspes, baker, 72, Gallowgate


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Morifon, George, jun. tea mop, 16, King-ftreet

Morifon, George, fen. fpirit cellar, do.

Morifon, James, grocer, 30, High-ftreet

Morifon, Peter, joiner and cabinet-maker, Anderflon

Morifon, John, baker, 592, Argylf.flreet

Morifon, Daniel, Comptroller of Cuftoms, lodging,

Cowcaddens

Morifon & Wallace, 29, St. Andrew's ftreet

Morifon, J, & Co. fpirit- dealers, 01, High-ftreet

Morrifon, James, writing^mafter and accomptant,

3, Montrofe-ftreet .

Morris, H. & Sons, merchants, $$> St.' And. fquare

Morton, John, manufacturer* ; 181, Trongate

Morton, Mrs. heddlemaker, 79, Saltmarket

Mudie, William, auctioneer, fale-room, 22, Trongate,

lodging, 2d flat above

Muir, George, joiner, 24, Stock well

Muir, James, furgeon, lodging, 51, Glafsford- ftreet,

(hop, 83, Trongate

Muir, James, & Co. manufr 5 . 45, St. Andrew's fqr.

Muir, Mifles, mantua-makers, 312, High-ftreet

Muir, Mrs. midwife* 8, do,

Muir, John, brickroaker, Tradeftown

Muir, William, ftablcr, Suffolk-flreet, Gallowgate

Muir, Wm. Son, & Frafer, yarn merchts. 26, Bell-ftr.

Muir, Archibald, fpirit-dealer, 76, Candleriggs

Muir, George, faddle-tree-maker, xi2, Argyll-ftrect

Muir, David, umbrella-maker, 43, Stock well

Muir, Wm, & Co. brick and tilemakers, Trade ft o« fe

Muir, Robert, H. 456, Gallowgate

Muir, Brown & Co. manufrs. 5 2, St., And, fquare

Muir, John, paper-cellar, 177, Trongate

Muir, John, eopperfmith, 56, Bridgegate


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Muir, James, manufacturer, 74, Witfon-fifccfi

Muir, William, fpirit-^ealer, Graharnfton.

Muir & Burns, furgcons, (hop, 83, Trong .-its

Muir, John, mdician, 2«, High-itreet

Muir, James, tailor, Poii-ofHce court

Muir & Scouller, spirit cellars, 42, Prince's flreet

Mair, Mifs, lets lodgings, 47, Argyll- ftreet

Muir, J joiner, Grahamfton

Muir, Hugh, manufacturer, 31, Bell- ftreet

Muirs & Fleming, yarn warehouse, 456, Gallowgate

Muirhead, Alexander, ironmonger, 6, Saltmarket

Muir head, William, baker, New Wynd

Muirhead, James, faddler, Turner's court

Muirhead , James, grocer, 329, Gallowgate

Muiihead, A. faddler, 1, Argyll-ftreet

Muirhead, Michael, & Son, merchts. 5^1, Argyll ftr.

Muirhead, Robert, druggift, 287, High- ftreet

Muirheid, Robert, merchant, 5, St. Enoch's fquare

Muirheid, R. & Co. timber- merchants, Union-Place

Muirkirk Iron Company, 73. logramflreet

Manga!, James, grocer, 61, High-ftreet

Munro,John s reedmaker^oZjCurrie's clofs, High-ftr.

Muofie, Dav. joiner and cabinet- maker, 84, King-ftr.

Munftc, John, do. do. 359, Gallowg*

Murdoch, M'Murray & Co upholftereis, 30, Trong.

Murdoch, Peter, merchant, lodging, 10, Queen-ftr.

Murdoch, James, merchant, 50, Glafsford-ftreer

Murdoch, Jus. & Son, infurance-brokers, Exchange

Murdoch, Mrs. John, chair-office, 93, Trongate

Murdoch, Buchanan & Co 63, Hutchefon-ftreet,

dye-work, Burnfide-lane, Duke-ftreet

Murphy, John, & Co, tambourers, 22, Trongate

Murray, Francis, merchant; 12,, Jamaica -Greet


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M* Arthur, Alexander, fpirit-deaier, x 1 6, Bridgegate,

houfe, 121, do.

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M'Callum, John, fpiril-dealer, 20, Argyll-ftreet

M*Callum, John, grocer, 92, Candleriggs

M'Callum, Munro & Co. 26, Nelfon-ftreet

M'Callum & Campbell, agents, Nile-ftreet, Gallowg,

M'Cafh, Thomas, lock-fmith, 24, Canon-ftreet

M'Cafh, John, ironmonger, 10, High-ftreet

M'Caul, Alex, merchant, lodging, Buchanan-ftreet

M'Caul, John, merchant, 9, Trongate

M'Caul, Gilbert, {hoe (hop, 13, Hutchefon-ftreet

M-Cleiih, Msk. & Son, fkinners, 16, Bridgegate

M'Clunie, John, & Co. grocers, 154, Saltmarket

M'Coll, H. grocer, 133, Saltmarket

MCome, —— , bookmaker, Gallowgate, eaft end

M-Conechy, James, baker, 93, King-ftreet

M'Conechy, Hugh, baker, 122, Bridgegate

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M'Cullocb, Robert, wheelwright, Campbell-ftreet

MCulloch, Penny & Co manuft 8 . 29, St. A. fqr.

M*Cuiloch, James, boot and fhoemaker, 97, Trongate

M'Culloch, Mofes, ironmonger, 388, Gallowgate

c M CuIlocb, John, lodging, 1 2, Jamaica- ftreet

M*Culioch, David, merchant, 69, do.

JM'Culloch, John, plane-maker, Gibfon-ftr. Gallowg.

M'Cullocli, And. bobbin-maker, Blackfriars Wynd

M*Culloch, Alexander, grocer, 168, Townhead

M'CulIoch, Andrew, merchant, Buchanan- ftr.

M'Culloch, Thomas, grocer, 594, Argyll-ftreet

M'Culioch, John, vintner, 1 9, Trongate

MCuiJoch, Thos. cotton-fpinner, 34, Havannah-ftr,

McDonald, John, writer, 1 17, Trongate

c M Donald, A. jeweller and medicine-vender, 1 1 7, do,

McDonald, John, grocer, 134, Trongate

M«DonaM, Donald, lodging, 37, Dunlop-ftreet

McDonald, John, chairmafter, 43, Argyll-ftreet

M'Donald, M. gardener, Gorbals

M'Donald, A fnpervifor, lodg.near Pollock's land, do.

M«Donald, R. faddler, 90, Glafsford-ftreet

MfDonald & Robertftm, manuiV. 26, Bell-itreet

M'Donald, John, ftone-ware fhop, 42, do.

M (Donald, Roderick & Co. merchts. 46, Dunlop-ftx,

M'Donald, Alexander, & Co. merchants, do.

M'Donald, M. fp;rit-dealer, 88, Bridgegate

McDonald, Robert, grocer, 80, Candleriggs

M'Dougall, Peter, grocer, 282, High-ftreet

M'Dougall, Duncan, jun. grocer, 75, Trongate

M'Dougall, John, grocer, 68, Argyll-ftreet

JVI'Dotigail, Duncan, manufacturer, 9, Trongate

Bf'Dougall, Peter, merchant, 13,

M'Dougal], Duncan, grocer, Calton

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M'Farlane, William, tailor, 164, Trongate

M'Farlane, Duncan, hofier, lodging, Frederick- ftresfc

M'Farlane* D. & Co. ftocking-manufaelurers, 1 1, do.

U hrianc James, fpirit-dealer, 80, High-ftreet

M'Farlane, Walter, cooper, Mitcbell-ftreet

M'Farlane, Robert, grocer, 14!, Stock well

M'Farlane, Andrew, joiner, 77, High-ftreet

M'Farlane, J. hofier, Port Dundasj to be heard of at

William. Nimmo's, 627, Argyll-ftreet

M'Farlane, James, grocer, 1 13, Stockwell

M'Farlane & Weir, cotton-fpinners, Gorbals

M'Farlane, Wal. currier, Tan work clofs, Gallowgate

M'Farlane, D. teacher, 1 16, Trongate

M'Farlane,— — , vintner, 302, High-ftreet

M'Farlane, John, manufacturer, 29, St. And. fir.

M'Farlane, P. meafurer, 13, St. Andrew's lane

M'Farlane, Walter, grocer, 79, Candleriggs

M'Farlaue, George, vintner, 164, Trongate

M'Farlane, Uexander, fpirit- dealer, 1 15, Trongate

M'Farlane, John, bellman", 135, Saltmarket

M'Farlane, Robert, baker, 391, Gallowgate

M'Farlane, William, dq. 2, Prince's ftreet

M'Farlane, Daniel, fpirit-dealer, io, Stockwell

M'Farlane, Malcolm, cotton-fpinner, Bisibie, to be

heard of at J. & G. Buchanan's, 32, Stockwell

M'Farlane, Wm. cooper, 93, Stockwell

M JFarquhar } James, mercht. lodging, 616, Argyll-ftr.

M'Feat, W alter, & Co. iiationers, 125, Trongate.

M'Fee, John, & Co. calico-printers, Cochrane-ftr,

Jtt'Fec, Alexander, fpirit-dealer, 65, Bell-ftreet

M'Funn, Peter, manufacturer, New-ilreet, CaltoR

M«Funn, Daniel, do. Charlotte-lane

J^Garva, Peter, joiner, Mpoutroouth


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M'llwraith, John, merchant, 37, Bcll-ftrect

M'lndoe, John, coppsrfraiih, 123, Saltmarket

M'Indoe, Mifs, vintner, Glaf. Anns, 30, Galiowgate

M*Indoc, Alex. Scots cloth (hop, 329, High-ftreet

M'Xndoe, "Walter, perfumer, 48, ArgylUlreet

M'Indoe & M'lntofh, calendrers, 9, Garthland-ftr.

( M Indoe, —~~, vintner, 1, King-ftreet

Marines & Dick, grocers, 15, King-ftreei

M'liiries, Daniel, vintner, 34, Saltmarket

M'lnnes, M. milliner, 117, Nelfon-ftreet

M'Inroy, Parker & Co. ccunting-hottfe, 6Cj, Miller-ftr.

M :Inroy, James ? lodging, 60, Buchanan-ftr.

M'lntofh, G, & Co. Cudbear work, nigh Craig's park

M'Intofh, G. & C. chymifts, at the Cudbear works

M'lntofli, Andrew, lodging, 100-8, George-ftreet

M'Intcfh, John, jun. Adam's court

M'lntofh, Alex, victualler, 16, Candleriggs

M'lntom, Hugh, lodging, Adam's court

Itf 'Intofh, John, do. George-ftreet

M'lntofh, And. & Wm. merchts. 41, Glafsford-ftr.

M'Intofti, John, & Co, at Grant & Go's Brunfw.-ftr.

M'Intyre & Cameron, fpirit-dealers, 62, King-ftreet

M'lntyre, Peter, vintner, Leopard clofs, High-ftr.

M'Intyre, John, Scots cloth (hop, 1, Galiowgate

M'Intyre, John, fmith, 33, Galiowgate

M'Intyre, Patrick, fpirit-dealer, 22, Stockweii

M'Kay, R, joiner, Campbell-ftreet, Galiowgate

M'Kay, Hugh, grocer, 38, Saltmarket

M*Kay, Mrs. fpirit cellars, 9, Candleriggs

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M'Keilie, Alexander, 36, Dunlop-ftreet

M'Kerlie & M'Taggart, merchants, 9, Trongate

M'Kerlie & M'Taggart, cotton-works, Gorbals

M'Ktmmie, George, brufhmaker, 421, Gallowgate

M'Kinlay. D. fpirit cellars, 16, Hutchefon-ftreet

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M'Kinlay, John, Robertfon's court, Argyll-ftreet

M'Kinlay, Walter, fpirit-dealer, 607, Argyll-ftr,

M'Kinlay, George, grocer, 25, Caftle-ftreet

M'Kinlay, H. baker, 64, Kigh-ftreet

M'Krocket, Boyd, baker, 52, Bridgegate

JM'Lachlane, Hugh, writer, Galloway's court, Glafs-

ford-flreet

M'Lachiane, Colin, merch. at G. & R. Denniftoun

& Co's

M'Lachlanc, D. (hoe (hop, e, Wilfon-ftreet

M«Lachlane, John, Ihoernaker, 84, Hutchefon-ftreet

M'Lachlane & M'Keasd, cloth fnop, 327, High.ftr.

M'Lachlane, James, iron-founder, Gorbals

M'ljachlane, D, mufician, Moodie's Wynd.

M«Lachlane, Mrs. midwife, Park's land, Gorbals

M'Lauchlan, Lauchlan, cloth (hop, 463, Gallowgate

; M Laren, Rev. J.

Bell's land, Frederick-ftreet

McLaren, Duncan, yarn merchant, 29, High-ftreet

McLaren & Lcechman, ironmongers, 13, Gallowgate

s M Laren, John, grocer, 99, High-ftreet

' M*Lafeiij Mrs. funiiihed lodgings, 15, Argyll-ftreet

M'Lar-v u_ t Britannia tavern, 154, Trongate

M'Laren, Henderfon &Co, Mancheiterwareho.Q8,do.

McLaren, Grierfon Sc Co. do. do. do.

M*Launfi,James,quill-manufa£lurer,42,High-ftrect,

lodging, £3, St Andrew's lane

McLean, D. Police Serjeant, 59, Shuttle-ftreet

MfLeaft, Andrew, Unea-jEsrchant, Trades' land

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M'Lean & M' Alpine, manufacturers, 28, High-ftr..

M'Lean, Mrs. lets lodgings, 48, Ingram-ftrcet

M'Lean, J. & Co. auctioneers, wholcfale and corn*

miflion fhop, 75, King-ftreet

McLean, David, meal -feller, 77, Stock well

M'Lean, Mrs. midwife, 147, Saltmarket

M'Lean, Rev. James, lodging, Gorbals

M'Lean, M. & Co. calendrers, 8, Ingram- Greet

M'Lean, Finlay, cooper, Jamaica-flreet

M'Lean, Lachlane, trunkma'kcr, 91, Nelfon-ftree*

M'Lean, Duncan, cooper, 56, Bridgegate

M'Lean, H. fpirit-dealer, 70, Bridgegate

M'Lean, Hugh, grocer, Back-wynd

M'Lean, John, accomptant, 39, Saltmarket

M'Lean, D. grocer, 34, High-ftreet

M'Lehofe, Robert, bookfeller, 251, High-ftreet

M'Leifh, Alex. & Son, fkinners, 16, Bridgegate

M'Lellan, John, manufacturer, 76, Hutchefon-fir.

M'Lellan, Thomas, fph it-dealer, 350, Gallowgate

M'Lellan, Duncan, haberdafher, 1 19, Nelfon-ftretfc

M'Lellan, John, print-cutter, 271, High-ftreet

M'Lellan, James, cloth fhop, 23, Trongate

M'Lelland, Dunbar & Stonehoufe, coachtnakers, 21,

Miller-ftreet

M'Lenochan, Peter, Smith, 32, Saltmarket

M'Leod, Dr. H. Profeffor of Church Hiftory, College

M'Leod, George, furgeon, 98, Glafsford-llreet

M'Leod, Cornelius, tanner, Old Vennal

M'Leod, Alex. & Co. fpirit- dealers, 85, King-ftreet

M'Leod, William, hatmaker, 31c, High-ftreet

M'Leod, , milliner, 127, Bridgegate

M'Leod, Angus, hatmaker, 89, King-ftreet

M*«teroy, Fin toy & Co. mr n '

ufa3urers QraigflefttfrC*

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M ?Liver ? J,, grocer, 58, ArgyU-ftreet

M'Luckie, John, plafterer, Charlotte-lane

M^uckie, Thom,as, tailor, 1 24, Trongate

M'Luckie, William, haberdafher, 83, Beli-ftreet

M'Luckiej Wni. fpirit-dealer, Blackfriars Wynd

M'Lure, Robert* writer, 94, Hutchefon-ftreet

M'Lure & Ramfay, faddlers* Gorbais

M«Lymont, James, & Co. curriers, 38, Bridgegate

M'Miilan, Walter, manufacturer, 449, Gallowgate

McMillan's academy,, above 47, Prince's ftreet

M'Millan, James, tailor, 2, King-ftreet

M«Millan, Andrew, candle fhop, 42, Argyll-flreet

McMillan, Dan, & Son, leather cellars, 132, Trong,

McMillan, Daniel, 3? Co. (hoe *hop, 79, Trongate „

M'Milian, —~, fpirit-dealer, 85, Candleriggs

McMillan's tavern, 13, King-ftreet

M'Murrich Be Forlong's wine and fpirit fhop, 1 j s

St. Andrew's lane

M'Murrieb, J. timber-merchant, 62, jamaica-ftreet

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M'Naught, Colin, meffenger, 49, Saltmarket

M'Naughtan, J. grocer, 3 9, King-ftreet

M'Neill, Stewart & Co. merehts* 58, Charlotte-lb

M'Neill, William, merchant, lodging, 59, do.

M'Neill, Mrs. D. grocer, 46, Argyll-ftreet

M'Neifli, J. furgeon, Adam's court, (hop, 608, do.

M'Neilh, J. K. do. Turner's court, fhop, 608, do.

M'Nicoli & M'Xachcrn, grocers, Turner's court, do,

M'Nicoli, Ronald, lodging, Turner's court

M'Nicoli, Archibald, cloth (hop, 317, High-ftreet

M'Nicol, Arch, fpirit-dealer, 216, do.

M'Qwat, William, fpirit-lhop, 47, Bell-flreet

M'Phail, J. Greenock mail-coach guard, 84, Old Wynd

M'Phail, D, cotton-fpinner, Anderfion

M'Pherfon & M'Lachian, writers, at, Glafsfcrddr*

M'Pherfon, John, grocer, 90, Candleriggs

M'Pherfon, Duncan, grocer, 443, Gallowgate

M'Pherfon, Mrs. midwife, Kirk-ftreer, Gorbals

M'Queen, Robert, rope-fpinner, CampbelMireet

McQueen, J. Ayr mail-coach guard, 158, Trongate

M'Queen, P e & Co. fpirjt-dealers, 136, Saltmarket

M'Rae,— , milliner, 83, Glafsford-ftreet

M»'Ruer, J. wright


NA [ 82 ] NI

Napier, M'Farlane & Co. fpirit-dealers, 67, Stockwell

Naefmith, W. & Co. manufacturers, 7, Charlotte-lane

Neafmith, David, vintner, 43, Trongate

Neafmith, Wm. leather fhop, Nelfon-ftreet

Neil, Mrs. heddlemaker, Blackfrbrs' Wynd

Neilfon & Hunter, rnanufr 5 . 46, St. Andrew's fqr. .

Neilfon, William 8c James, builders, Tradeftown

Neilfon, J. meafurer & builder, oppofite the New-

Grammar School, George- ftreet

Neilfon, William, candlemaker, 359, GaJlowgate

Neilfon, Th. cheefe & ham warehoufc, 19, Kir.g-.ftr.

Neilfon, P. fpirit-dealer, gg, Bridgegate

Neilfon, George, merchant, 51, Bell-ftreet

Neilfon, Mrs. (tables 274, High-ftreet

Neilfon, Napier, calendrer, South Albion-ftreet

Neilfon, John, mamif r . Bimop-ftreet A Anderfton

Neilfon, James, Helenfourgh carrier, 45, Stockwell

Newbigging, A. & J. & Co. do. 27, Montrofe- ftreet

Newlands & Tannahill, Irlfli and Ruffia merchants,

315, High-ftreet

Newlands, Richard, fhoemaker, 406, Gallowgate

Newlands, J. & Co. jewellers, 98, Hutchefon-ftreet

Newman, William, joiner, 46, Candleriggs

Nxchol, Colin, fhoemaker, Laigh-kirk clofs

Nichol, James, cotton and worded (hop, St, And. ftr,

Nicholfon, Peter, architect, 611, Argyll-ftreet

Nim mo, John, meal -feller, 45, Bridgegate

Nimmo, R. writer, clerk of police, 75, Charlotte- dr.

Nimmo, William, writer, 75, Charlotte- ftreet

Nimmo,W. & Co. tea & fpirit dealers,62 7, Argyll-ftr.

Nimmo, Alexander, meal- feller, 142, Bridgegate

Nimmo, Thcs. Edinburgh carrier, 66, Wilfon-ftrec;

Nifbft, John, timber-merchant, Tradellowri


NI £ 83 ] OS

Niibet, John, g&ocer, 337, Gallowgate

Niven, R. B.foap and candle (hop, 124, Bridgegate

Niven, R. B. & Co. do, Gorbals

Niven, David, bookfeller and ftationer, and

State Lottery-office, 139, Trongate

Niven, Napier & Khull, Printing-office, Poft- office

Court, Trongate

Niven, CharleSj horfefetter, 22, Candleriggs

Norrie, W. A. cutler, 77, Hutchefon-ftreet

Norris, James, oil-fhop, New Wynd

Norris, Alexander, cotton-fpinner, Greenhead

Norris, Alexander, joiner, Grahamfton

Norval, William, brufhmaker, 102, Trongate

Norval, James, combmaker, oppofite College

O'Flaherty, David, furveyor of cuftoms, lodging,

Wood-lane, Broomielaw

Ogilvie, Thomas, manufacturer, 14, Hutchefon-ftr.

Ogilvie, E. tailor, 30, Gallowgate

Ogilvie & Craufurd, joiners, Sidney court, Args-i]s\

Ogilvy, James, currier, Spoutmouth, Gallowgate

Ogle, Maurice, bookfeller, 8, Wilfon-ftreet

Oliphant, Rob. manufacturer,. 28 3 Glafsford-ftreefc

Orhart, White, v Rofc& Co.«,manufr\ 459, Gallowg.

O'Rourk, Hugh, tailor, 125, Sakmarket

Orr, Francis, pocket-book-maker, 15, Prince's flrect

Orr, Andrew, bookfeller & ftationer, 155, Saltmarke*

Orr, James, fpirit-dealer, 1 6o % Stock v^ell

Orr, Robert, baker, Gorbals

Orr, Charles, writing-mailer, 6i t Ingram-ftreet

Ofborne, ———, filverfjmth, 29, Johu-ftreer.


os t h 3 Pa

Ofbarne, M. mathemat. infh-maker, 406, GaIIowg e

Ofborne, William, (hoc fhop, 165, Saltmarket

Ofborne, George, boot & fhoemaker, 51, Trongatc

Ofoornes & Go. vintners, 378, Gallewgate

Ofwald, Alex, merchant, lodging, Madeira-court

Ofwald, James, do. do*

Ofwald, George, & Co. merchants, 1 1 2, Stockwell

Ofwald, Andrew & Go. wine and rum-merchants*

8r,Stiriing-(lreet

Outram, Jofeph, manager, Clyde Iron works

Owen, Robert, merchant, 42, St. Andrew's fquare

Pairmsn, Thomas, tanner, New Wynd

Paifley Bank & Cefs Office, 2 7, Trongate

Paifley Union Bank, 1 7, Glafsford-ftreet

Paifley, James, accomptant, Hutchefontowtl

Panton & Couper, furgeons, 174, Trongate-* houfe

15, St. Andrew*s Rreet

Park, William, grocer, 3 7 2 S Gallowgate

Bark, Alexander, jun. writer, foot of Saltmarket

Park, Patrick, threadmaker, 25, St. Andrew's ftreet

Park, Alexander, fen. writer, 25, Nelfon-ftreet

Park, G. D. ironmonger, ioo» Candleriggs

Park, Robert, agent & dryfaltesr, x 5 3>, Stockwell

Park, Allan, baker, 175, Trongate

Park, Geo. dancing-mafter, 158, Trongate

Park, Thomas, grocer, Trade flown

Parker, James, baker, 45, Saltmarket

Parker & M'Kinlay, manufacturers, 22, Trongatf

Parker, Captain, lodging, St. Enoch's fquare

Parker, James, grocer. Gorbals


PA [ 85 ] PA

Parkhill, Mrs. midwife, Craig's land, 62, Tiongatc

Parkhill, Barry, unibrella-maker, 7, Wiifon-flreet

Parlane, Ure & Co. calendars, 51, Betf-fjtrtet

Parlane, Alexander, horfefetter, 44, Stockwell

Parfell, John, fpirit cellars, 5, Candleriggs

Paterfon, William* confectioner, 22, rrongajte

Paterfon, Jamiefon & Co. manufr 5 . 55,

St. And. fqr,

Paterfon, James, & Co. fugar-refiners, 399, Galiowg.

Paterfon, James, hairdrefTer, 76, Glafsford-ftrect

Paterfon, J. & T. hatmakers, 148, Frongate

Paterfon, James, 47, Charlotte-ftreet

Paterfon, Mrs. George, mealrfeiier, New Wynd „

Paterfon, Mrs. ftabler and changekeeper, do.

Paterfon, Gibb & Co. yarn wareho. Garthland-ftr.

Paterfon, Dugald, lodging, 92, Stockwell

Paterfon, Thomas, card (hop, 1 2, Saltmarket

Paterfon, John, jeweller, 146, Trongate

Paterfon, Robert, diaper and table linen merchant,

6oo }

Argyll-itreet

Paterfon, D. foap and candle {hop, 431, Gallowgate

Paterfon, Alexander, hairdrefTer, .

Paterfon, Henry, plaiterer, Gibfon-ftreet

96,

do.

Paterfon, D. fpirit-dealer, 105, King-ftreet

Paterfon, Elizabeth, grocer, 7, do.

Paterfon, Francis, do. 83, do.

Paterfon, James, cheefe and ham (hop, 87, do.

Paterfon, J. lace and fringe maker, Claythorn-flreet

Paterfon, John, grocer, 86, King-ftreet

Paterfon, Robert, calendrer, at G. Buchanan & Co's

Paterfon, John, fpirit-dealer, in, Gallowgate

Paterfon's lodgings, 46, Wilfon-ftreet

Paterfon, Daniel, fpirit-dealer, -

103, King-ftreet

Paton, Jofeph, fpirit and fruit (hop, 88, Saltmarket

L


PA [ 86 ] P£

Paton & M'Gibbon, manufacturers, Trades' land

Paton, William, fpirit-dealer, Townhead

Paton, Jas. Collector of Polling Diftricts, 87, Saltm r

,

Paton, Andre w, fpirit cellars, 54, High-ftreet

Paton, Andrew, jun. do. do.

Paton ;

Hugh, manufacturer, 31, Bell-ftreet

Patrick, Alex, manufacturer, 459, Gallowgate

Pattifoti, John, manufacturer, George's fquare

Pattifons, Mifles, boarding fchool, Montrofe-ftreet

Pattifon, David, manufacturer, 27, Kutchefon-ftreefc

Pattifon, William, plumber, 40, Dunlop-ftreet

Pattifon, Peter, porter, 136, Trongate

Paul, James, manufadturer, 217, High-ftreet

Paul, William, fpirit- dealer, iS, Argyll -ftreet

Paul, J. & D. grocers, 55, Bridgegate

Paul, James, tanner, foot of Saltmarket

Paul, John, manufacturer, 7,'Hutchefon-ftrect

Paul, John, fpirit fliop, 40, Saltmarket

Payler, Jofeph, fsddler, 434, Gallowgate

Peacock, Robert, & Co. manufr 5 . 76, Hutchefon-ftiv

Peacock, Mrs. vintner, Moodie's Wynd

Peacock, William, horfefetter, 300, High-ilreet

Pearfon,—, Ropework, 1 1 2, Stockweil

Peat, James, merchant, at Gla'fgow New Tanwork

Peat, ~— , librarian, Stirling's library

Peat, Robert, brewer, Shut Wynd

Pedvlie, Robert, painter, 177, Trongate

Peddie, William, & Co. merchants, 42 r, Gallowgate

Peebles, William, & Son, diaper and table linen

warehoufe, 6$, Trongate

Peebles, Andrew, Sword's land, Charlotte- lane

Peebles,—, manufacturer, 34, Beanfide, Brae

Pellance, Simon, carpet warehoufe > 34, Havannah*

fireet, lodgings Gcorgc-ftreet


PE [ 87 ] PC

Pender, Arch, manufacturer, 76, Hutchefon-ftreet

Penman, Win. furgeon, lodging & {hop, 84, King-ftr.

Perfton, M, & J. manufacturers, 20, Montrofe-ftreet

Perfton, Mrs, muflin (hop, i, Bell-ftreet

Peters, John, at Anderfon, Bannatine & Go's

Peter, Thos. cotton-yarn- warehoufe, 56, Wilfon-ftr.

Peter, John, druggift, 30, tfroiigate

Peterfon, Peter, writer, Ingram's clofs, 25, Gallowg.

Phoenix Fire OiFice, 26, King-ftreet

Picken, Andrew, grocer, 86, Bridgegate

Picken, Andrew, grocer, Gorbals

Picken, Andrew, tape manufacturer, Canon-ftreet

Pinkerton, Wm. fpirit cellars, 1 2, St. Andrew's lane

Pinkerton, George, do. 1 2, do.

Pinkerton, Mrs. W.brewer,Turner's court, Argyll-ftr.

Pinkerton, R. vintner, 8, High-ftrect

Pinkerton, J. cooper, 34, Saltmarket

Pirrie, Rev. Alexander, Shuttle-ftreet

Pirrie, Robert, cooper, Old Wynd

Pitcairn, Thomas, manufacturer, 79, Bell-ftreet

Phillips, Lawrence, & Co. manufr s . 58, Bell-ftreet

Phillips, J. ftone-ware (hop, 34, King-ftreet

Phillips, J. of Stobcrofs, fugar-reiine.r, 64, John-ftr.

Phillip, Alex, watchi aker, 86, Glafsford- ft reet

Playfair, Patrick, & Co. merchts. Tontine Buildings

Police Office, 7, Candleriggs

Pollock, Allan, 2, weft fide George's fquare

Pollock, Jas. manufacturer, 23, St. Andrew's ftreet

Pollock, Thomas, woollendraper, 27, Trongate

Pollock, Wm. tea dealer, 27; King-ftreet

Pollock, Mrs. V/illiam, vintner, Tontine ciofe

Pollock, John & Arthur, grocers, 70, Trongate

Follock, Mrs/, James, vintner, Gorbals


PO [ 88 ] PU

(on, Gorbals

Polio: 'o grocers, 41, Argyll-flreet

•. m;)nufr s

12, Wilfon-ftreet

manufacturer, Whitehall, Andorfton

Polloc am, c'"a :

.fe.hirer, Maxwell-iireet

Pollock, William, fpirit dealer, 423, Galiowgate

Porteous, Rev. Dr. William, 16, Jamaica-fhreet

Porteous, Alex, manufacturer, tj, Bell-(treet

Porteous, Mrs. vintner, 53, Trongate

Porteous, William, fpirit- dealer, Canon-ftreet

Porter, Thomas, hatmaker, 24, Galiowgate

Poteau, F. French teacher, 25,

do.

Pott &. M'Millan, merchants, 449, do.

' Prentice, .'. grocer, 103, King-ftreet

Primrofe, —— , baker, Tradeitown

Pringle, John, fpirit-dealer, 1 1, Jamaica-ftreefc

Pringle, Thomas, fpirit-dealer, 103, Bridgegatc

Proudfoot, William, glover, 50* Trongate

Proudfoot, William, jun. glover, 97, Hutchefon-ftr.

Proudfoot, Hew, glover, 103, Candieriggs

Proudfoot, D. do. 57, Trongate

Provan, John, manufacturer,- Deanfide Brae,

Provan, Robert, baker, 36. High-ftreet

Provan, James, vintner, Hervsy's clofs, 1 19, Trongate

Provnd, James, merchant lodging, Clyde Buildings

j Pro* nd > " .

. merchant^

7t, • utehefon-ilreet

r, Cowcaddens

P'.r fori, George, raefleager, Old Vennal

:s, Thomas, wright 151, tJakmarket

Purvis, Alex, grot >als

Purvcs, John, grocer, North Frederick-dree*


RA [ 89 ] RE

Rae, Jofeph, millwright, Jamaica-flreet

Rae & M'Viccar, timber- merchants, near the Gal-

lowgate-toll

Rae, Alexander, currier, Calton

Rae, James, ibap and Candle (hop, 109, High-ftreet

Rae, Robert, tailor,^ 5 1 , Gallowgate

Rainey, Robert, merchant, George's fquare

Railton & Ranking, manufrs. 1 2, Strriing-flreet

Railton, John, yendue room, 1 1, Saltmarket

Ralph, John s vintner, 21* High-ftrect

Ramfay, Sam, merchant. Turner's court, x^rgyll-ftn

houfe, 10, RemierfmVs court, Jamaica-ftreet

Ramfay, William^ 51, Hufcheion-iheet, lodging,

Mrs. Ramfay 's, Kent- ft reet

Randolphs Thomas, tobacconi it, 21, King-flreet

Ranken, Andrew, fpirit-dealer, 44, Prince's llreet

Ranken, Rev. Dr. Alex, head of Montrofe-ilreet

Rankine, James, fpirit (hop, 1 46, Saltmarket

Rankine, Wm. manufacturer, 46, High-itreet

Rankine, James, tohacconift, 1 14, Bridgegate

Rankine, Thomas, umbrella -maker, 42? Saltmarket

Rankine, William, fnoemaker, Little Dovehill

Rattray, James, horfefetter, Queen-ftreet

Reekie, James, grocer, 122, tiigh-ftreet

Reddie, James, writer, 7, Frederick- ftreet, office,

City Clerks' Chambers

Reid, William, & Co. printers, at the Crofs

Reid & IMochrie, ca! ridrers, 68, Ikll-ttrcet

Reid, John, cabinet- 'naker, 600,

r^.yli--- rest

Reid, Thomas, grocer, Kirk-ltieet, iownhead


RE [ 90 ] RI

Reid, Francis, watch & clockmaker, 142, Saltmarket

Reid, Hugh, (labler, oppciite Dovehill, Gallowgate

Reid, John,Tontine Tavern & Hotel, at the Exchange

Reid, John, wright, Saracen's lane, Gallowgate

Reid, William, itabler,

'

74, do.

Reid, John, & Co. grocers, 4, King- flreet

Reid, John, jun. grocer, 70, do.

Reid, John, threadmaker, Duke-flreet

Reid, Daniel, ftabler, St. Andrew's lane

Reid, And. houfe and warehoufe, 35, St. And. fqr.

Reid, Robt. mercht. 68, Bell-ftr. houfe, 127, Trong.

Reid, David, watchmaker,


RI [9O RO

Riddeli, R.obert, fpirit dealer, 357, Gallowgate

Rintoul, J, dealer in tea and lace, 132, Trongate

Ritchie, Alex, merchant, 88, ArgylUtreet

Ritchie, Ewing, 88, ArgylUtreet

Ritchie, Rev. Dr. lodging, Stirling-ftreet

Ritchie, Henry, of Bufoie, merchant, 14, Queen-ftr,

Ritchie, John & James, merchants, clofe by Smith-

field Broomielaw

Ritchie, James, maltman, Gorbals

Ritchie, Thomasr hair-dreffer, 57, Argyll-ftreet

Robb, David, fpirit-dealer, 60 , Gallowgate •

Robb, James, writer, 22, Trongate

Robb, D. ftabler, 277, High-ftreet

Robb, George at Calcreuch yarn-warehoufe

Robert, John, grain-dealer, 304, Gallowgate

Roberton, John, engineer, Tradeftown, and iron-

founder, Gorbals

Roberton, J. & W. muflln manufrs. 13, Wilfon-ftr.

Roberton & Telfer, tailors, 43, Trongate

Roberts, Mrs. fewing miftrefs, 1 20, Saltmarket

Robertfon, John, lodging, 29. Dunlop-ftreet

Robertfon, James, tea-fhop, 88, Glafsford-ftreet

Robertfon, J. & A. manufacturers, 79, Beli-ftreet

Robertfon, Robert, cooper, foot of Dunlop-ftreet

Robertibn, James, 23, St. Andrew's ftreet

Robertfon, Tate, Kinnear & Co, manufrs. 22, do.

Rebellion, Wm. yarn-warehoufe, 1 7, St. And. fqr.

Robertfon, Hugh, & Co. manufacturers, 1 7, do.

Robertfon, E. watchmaker, Grahamfton

Robertfon, Eben, watchmaker, 98, Argyll-ftreet

Robertfon &Wigham, manufrs. 23, St. Andrew's-ftr.

Robertfon, Alex, writer, Pod-office court, Trongate

Robertfon, J. & M- printers and bcokfellers, ; 8, Salt,


RO [ 92 ] RO

Robertfon, James St Wm.rope-fpinners, Grahamfton

Robertfon, T. & Co. fhae (hop, 299, liigh-itr.

RobeTtfdn, J. grocer, 1 1 1 , Saltmarket

Robertson, John, fpirit dealer, Gorbals

Robertfbn, &narg«:, grocer, 152, Saltmarket

Robertfon, Wiiliam. grocer, 27, Bridcregate

Robertfon, William,, & Co. Smitbfield, Broornielaw

Robertfon, Brown & Co. do. do.

Robertfon, W. & J. merchants, do. do.

Robertfon, J. M. & W. jun. do. do.

Robertfon, W. & R. timber-merchants, Port-Dundas

Robertfon, Robert, grocer, 103, Argyll-ftreet

Robertfon, Mrs. Chair-office, 154, Trongate

Robertfon & Haltie, boners, 176, Trongate

Robertfon's lodgings, 102, do.

Robertfon, William, & Co. calendrers, 62, Bell-fir.

Robertfon, John, fhoemaker, 63, Gallowgate

Robertfon, John, vintner, 164, Saltmarket

Robertfon, James, fpirit-dealer, 6, Back-Wynd

Robertfon, William, joiner, 50, Candieriggs

Robertfon, John, & Co. grocers, 78, do.

Robertfon, James, manufaclr. 1 t, John-ftreet

Robifon, Rqbt. writer, at J. Lang's, 19, Virginia-fir.

Robifon, Donald, fpirit-dealer, 50, Bridgegate

Rodger, James, manufacturer, 6$, Wilfon-fireet

Rodger, Wm. joinerand trunkmaker,43, Candieriggs

Ronald, J. threadmaker, at W. & A. Cooper & Co's

Ronald, B. glover and breeches-malxrj 76, Trongate;

lodging, Villafieid

Ronald, James, fpirit-dealer, no, High-ftreet

Ronald, John, baker, 73, Trongate

Ronald, John, vintner and ftabler, New-Wynd

Ronald, John, fpirit cellar^ 62* Prince's ftrect


RO [ 93 ] RU

Rofe, John,, vintner, Laigh-kirk clofs

Rofs, James, ironmonger, 411, Gallowgate

Rofs, Donald, vintner, 42, High-ftreet

Rofs & Muir, manufacturers, 72, Bell-ftreet

Rofs, William, fpirit-dcaler, 1 15, Gallowgate

Rofs, Francis, clerk at the Town's Hofpita!

Rofs, A. clothier, i04,Trongate

Rothefay Spinning Company's Warehoufe, at Atl-

derfon, Bannatyne and Go's

Rowan, James, of Bellahoufloun, Thiftle Bank

Rowat, Gavin, Buchan's land, 1 7, Charlotte-lane

Rowan, Michael, merchant, lodging, Broomielaw

Rowan, Alexander, baker, 32, John-ftreet

Roy, William, dyer, Spoutmouth

Royal Bank, 39, St, Andrew's fquare

Royal Exchange AtTurahce Office, i7,Trongate

RulTel, David, merchant, weft fide, George's fquare

R'u!TeI,J. &Co. Daliliolm paper warehoufe, 75, Bell-ftr,

RufTel, John, fpirit 'ihop, 12, do,

RufTel, William, grain-dealer, 163, Stockwell

RufTel, William, grocer, '1 34, do,

Ruflel, Alexander, fhoemaker, 24,. Hutchefon-ftreet

Ruflel, Robert, meal- feller, 74, High-ftreet

RufTel & Reid, fpirit dealers, 159, Saltmarket

RufTel, Mrs. J. dealer in furniture, 73, do.

RufTel, James, jun. grocer, 45, High-ftreet

RufTel, James, do, 6c, do.

RufTel, Mrs. midwife, Gibfan-ilreet, Gallowgate

RulTel, Henry, grocer, . 34,

do.

RufTel, John, merchant, 45 1, do.

Ruflel, John, & Co. maliufaclurers, 2^ St. And, fqr«

RufTel, Whitehead & Co. manufrs. 46, High-ftreet

Ruflel^lex. meflenger, at Graham & Mitchell'*


RU [ 94 ] SC

Rufiel, James, grocer, 396, Gallovvgaie

RufTd, James, tailor, 322, High-ftreet

Ruffel, Alexander, (later, 56, Candleiiggs

Ruflfell, Wm. fpirit-dealer, 61, BelJ-flrect

Rutherford, James, joiner, Clyde-ftreet, Ar.derftcn

Rutledge, Rev. William, 69, Glafsford-ftrec*

Ryner, Aaron, Carlton Place, Lauriefton.

Safley, John, fmith, Gorbais

Salmond, George, writer, 2r, Glafsford-ftreet

Salmon. Archibald, rum-merchant, 1 8, Slockwell

Sampfon, William, hovfefetter, 9, Argyll-ftreet

s

Sandeman, J. G. agent and linen warehoufe, whole*

fale and retail, 21, Hutchefon-ftrcet

Sanderfon, John, wrtting-mafrer, 22, Gmdleriggs-

Sawers, Robert, grocer, 339, Gallowgate.—Orders

for P. Sawers, bleacher, Netherkirk, left? here

Scales, John, writer, 13, Khig-ftreet

Scobbie, Hugh, vintner, 23, do,

Scott, Son & Lawrie, ttmbcr-merch. Clyde-ftreet

Scott, Allan, timber-merchant, Cochrane-ftreet

Scott, W. fen. merchant, 604, Argyll-flreet

Scott, W. jun. leather- merchant, 20, St, And. hue

Scott, Jofeph, merchant, 7, Queen-ftreet

William, coal-agent, 61, Jamaica-flreet

Scott, James & Walter, copperfmiths, i2i,Trongate

Scott, Robert, baker, Buchanan's land, 172,

do,

Scott, David, cabinet-maker, &c. South Albion-ftr.

Scon, James & Wm, manufrs. 29, Brunfwkk-ftr.

Scott, Js. & Jofeph, manufacturers, 17, Virginia-ftf*

fen, linen warehoufe, 18,

do.


SC I 95 2 SH

Scott, John, tilemaker, eafl from the Barracks

Scott, Hercules, manufacturer, South Albion- (treefc

lodging, 1 20, George -ftreet

Scott, Gavin, Vakcr, 407, Gallowgate

Scott, William, & Son, manufac~hners, 42, High-ftr.

Scott, William, tobacconift, 300, do.

Scott, Robert, jun. & Co. gniin-dealers and wine-

cellars, 157, Stockwell

Scott, James, & Co. cloth (hop, 11 8, Nelfon ftre«t

Scott, — , — furgeon dentift, 6, Miller-ftreet

Scott., John, Englifh carrier, Brunftvick-ftreet

Scott, James, joiner, 386, Gallowgate

Scott* Mrs. lets lodgings, 59, Glafsford-ftreet

Scott, William, cooper, 45, Candleriggs

Scouller, John, fpirit-dealer, New-Wynd

Scouller, J. baker, !Kent-ftreet

Scruton, John, furgeon, {hop, 7, Garthland-ftreet

houfe, 611, Argyll-ftreet

Scrymgeour, J. & J. bookfellers, New Circulating

Library, gg, Glafsford-ftreet

Sellers, Andrew, boot and fhce {hop, 161 1 Saltmarket

Ssmple, Robert, do. 157, do.

Semple, John, fpirit-dealer, 124, do,

Semple, John, bleacher, Finniefton

Semple, James, fticemaker, G'orbals

Sever, N. French teacher, Belegrave Place

Senior, Jolhua, wholcfale Manchefter warehoufe^

1 1 6, Trongatej houfe, 42, Millcr-ftreet

Shaddon, John 5 merchant, comer of Hanover- (trees

Shand, W. & A manufacturers, 74, Glafsford-ftr.

Shank, Lieut. Col. David, George's fquare

Shanks, Mrs. John, baker, Argy 11-11 reet* weft end

Shanks, Thomas, & Co. cloti'r ihop, 24, Trongate


SH [ 96 ] SH

Shanks & Langmuir, turners, 421, Gallowgafce

Sharkey, Edward, fells furniture, Bridgegate

Sharp c Sc M Kenz,ie, S wanton's clofs, 427, Gallcwg.

Sharp, James, tailor* Pod-office court, Trongate

•Shaw, James, manufacturer, 58, Bell-ftreet

Shaw, John, bookfeller, 20, Prince's ilreet

Shaw, -—~, timber- merchant, oppofite the Barracks

Shaw, William, do. Broornielaw*

Shaw, James, & David, agents, 28, King- ilreet

Shaw, Robert, victualler, Gorbals

Shaw, William, do. do.

Shaw, James, joiner, dp.

Shaw, James, manufacturer, do.

Shaw, John, grocer, 80, Saltmarket

Shaw,—— joiner, , 160, Gallowgate

Shearer, Mrs. J. grocer, 123, Bridgegate

Shearer, John, wool and worried (hop, 78, King-fir,

Sheddan, T. candle Inop, 281, H|gh-ftree$

Sheddan, Thomas, manufacturer, 32, do.

iSheddan, T. jun. filk HKF manufacturer, 27 7, do.

Shepherd, James, do. 44, Beil-ftr.

Shepherd & Muir, merchants, 22, Trongate

Sheriff Clerk's Office, 59, Wiifon-ftreet

Sliirreff, Robert, & Co. merchants, 13 J, George-fir.

Shirreff, Robert, lodging,

Shiels, John, haberdaflier, 1 20, Nelfon-ftreet

Shiels, Thomas, & Go, calico-printers, 26, Bell-ftr,

Shiels, D. & J. manufacturers, ^58* •

Ship Bank, 640, Argyll- ft reet

do.

Shirra, Robert, calendrer, 23, St. Andrew's ftreet.

Shirra & Lamb, merchants, Wallace-court, BeH-itr„

Shortvidge, W. merchant/ lodging, George's fquare


SI [97] SJM

Sibbald, A. yam warehoufe, 16, St. Andrew's flreet

lodging, Park Place

Sime, David, merchant, Turner's Court

Simpfon, James, manufaaurer, 76", Hutchefon-ftreet

•Simpfon, Robert, grocer, 3,Stockwell

Simpfoja, Jofeph, manufacturer. 85, Candleriggs

Simpfon, William, manufacturer, 28, St And. far.

Simpfon, D. & J. fpirit-dealers, 86, Saltmarket

Simfons, milliners, &c. 283, High-ftreet

Simfone, J. & R. joiners, 12, Charlotte- flreet

Sinclair, J. dealer in old books, oppqfrte College

Sinclair & Durie, reedmakers, 291, High-ftreet

Sinclair, John, muflixi and linen mop, 70, Bell-itreet

Sinclair, Hugh, bookbinder, 1 1, Bell-ltreet

Sinclair, John, fpirit-dealer. Gorbals

Sinclair, John, fnnth and farrier, Cochranc-ftreei:

Sinclair, D. tobacco pipemaker, 387,, Galowj

Sinclair, John, manufacturer, 94, Hutchefon-ftreet

Sinclair, Angus, fnn'h, Gorbals

Skinner, William, leather (hop, 3,1, Prince's (trees

Sloan, Thomas, fpirit (hop, 64, Saltmarket

Sloan, Robert (hoe {"hop, 6$> Argyll- ftreet

Smeal, William, tea-dealer, 36, Qalfowgate

Smellie, J. haberdafher, 458, Gallovvgate

Smellie, Robert, fpirit-dealer, 340, do.

Smellie & Graham, Manchester wareho. 3c,.Trong.

Smellie, William, fpirit-dealer, Calton mouth

Smellie, Richard, Mailer of Works, Duniop-ftreec

Smith, Archibald, merchant, 118, George-ilrect

Smith, Hugh, merchant, at Charles Hagart & Go's

Smith, A. & W. Crauford, writers, 8 8, Hutchefon-ftr,

Smith, Thomas, joiner, Old Wynd

§mkh & Anderfon, cork-cutters, 74, Trongate


SM E 98 ] SM

Smith, J. watch and clock maker, above 75, do.

Smith, JoHn, fmirh, 1 *, Frederick-lane

Smith, LawFon & Co. manufr s . 55,

St. And. fqr,

Smith, Thomas, & Co. iaddlers, 4, Argyll- ft reet

Smith, P baker, 23, do.

Smith & HutcheFon, linen warehoufe, 177, Trongate

Smith, Mrs. vintner, 158, do.

Smith, John, 'holier, 468, Gallowgate

Smith, William, & Son, hofiers, 56, Candleriggs

Smith, Alexander, umbrella-maker* , Wiifon-itreet

Smith, J & Son, bookfellers and ftationers, Glafgow

circulating library and reading r 001*1,85, Hutch, ftr.

Smith, Rob. architect, John -ftreet, corner Of Geo. ftr.

Smith, Stewart, merchant, at Smith & Hutchefon's

g.mith, J- fpirit-dealer, 61, Gtafsford-ftreet

Smith, John, agent, 55, Gallowgate

Smith, John, jun. & Co. iron-liquor-makers, 177,

Trongate

Smith, Robert, manufacturer, 23, St. And. fireet

Smith, John, & Co. do, 7, do.

Smith, jas. & William, do. do.

Smith, Archibald, jun. writer, 15, St. Andrew's ftr.

Smith, James, merchant, lodging, 8, George's fqr.

Smith, David, edge-toolmaker, 42?, Gallowgate

Smith, David, boot and (hoe ihop, 176, Saltmarket

Smith, William, fpirit-dealer, 62, Stockwell

Smith & Galloway rufh bottom chair makers, 31,

Johnuftreet

Smith, Forfyth & Co. manufacturers,


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Smith, P. lint fhop, 22, High-ftreet

Smith, James, (hoe (hop, 53, Princess (Ireefe

Smith, David, do. 57, do.

Smith, William, do. 1 70, Saltmarket

Smith, John, tinfmith, 75, Bridgegate

Smith, John, machine-maker, Gorbals

Smith, George, writer, 3 1 6, High-ftreet

Smith, John, flocking (hop, 5,

do.

Smith, Wm. hair-cloth manufacturer, Craigneftock

Smith, David, rope-fpinner, do.

Smith, Wm. merchant, Good's court, Argyil-ftreet

Smith, Thomas, manufacturer, do. do.

Smith, J. & Co. iron-liquor-makers, Lady well

Smith, A. vintner, 1 84, Trongate

Smith, J. fpirit-deaier, 61, Glafsford-ftreet

Smithj RoEert, joiner, 45, John-lireet

Smith, Peter, trunkmaker, Gorbals

Snell, William, manufacturer, 51, Bell-ftreet"

Sommers, Mrs. lets lodgings, 40, Hurchefon-ftre-»t

Somervill, W. & Co. merchants, Old Vennal

Sommervill, Thomas, cloth lliop, 1 8, Trongate

Sommervill, Robert, watchmaker, 46- Gallowgate

Somnu.Tvill, John, Scots cloth (hop, 321, High- it r.

Sommervill, Alex, hat (hop, 3, Saltmarket

Sorick, Simon, clockmaker, 151, do.

Sorley, John, ironmonger, 2, do.

Sorley & Smith,mercht5. warehoufe 69,Glafsford-ftr»

Spears, Robt. mercht. and Infurance-cffice, Tontine

back buildings, houfe, 32, Stockwell

Spears, J. baker, 27, Prince's ftreet

Speirs, Brown & Co. Hocking wareho, 34, Virginia-fir,

Spencer's lodgings, 3, Argyll-itreet

Spreul, James, city chamberlain, 196, Trongate


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Stamp-office, Pb#-cfiace ccuti-, Trongate

Stark, A. & Co. brum- makers, Higrwftreel

Stark, James, cloth (hop, i 23. Trongate

Stark, R. woollendraper, 305:, High-flreet

Stark, T. yarn fhop, 44, oo.

Stark & Eafon, fpirlt-deaiers, 79, Stirlii g-ftreet

Steedman, David, & Co. merchts. 101, Candlerlggs

Steel, Dr. druggift, 70, Gallowgate

Steel, James, writer, Pavement-clofs, 19, Trongate

S^eel, Matthew, haberdafher, 453, Gdilowgate

Steel & Bogle, manufacturers, 21, Glafsford-flreet

Steel, j. muflin (hop, 36, Bell-flreet

Steel, James, bookfeller, 16, Saltmarket

" Steel, John, & Co. boot and (hoe fhop, 173, Trongate

Steely William, victualler* Gorbals

Steel, William, joiner, do.

Steel, Thos. & Co. Morifon's court, 595, Argyll-fir.

Steel, John, fpirit-dealer, 54, Trongate

Steel, Thomas, grocer, 94, Gallowgate

Stenhoufe, -* furgeon, 3$j, High-ftreet

Stephen, Charles, turner, 62, Bridgegat©

Stephenfon, And. manufacturer, 75, Hutchefon-flf.

Steven, Blair & Co. manufr s . above 33, St. And. fqr.

Steven, John, faddler, 389, Gallowgate

Steven, Robert, combmaker, 464, do.

Steven & Rowan, merchants, 30, Candleriggs

Steven & Pettigrew, ropemakers, Gallowg. eaft end

Steven, —— , dyer, Gorb?ris

Steven, James, mufic fliop, 35, Wilfon-ftreet

Steven, John, bookfelle'r and ftationer, 152, Trongate

Steven, Thomas, mail-coach guard, J, Smith's* oppo-

fite to the Tron Church

Stevenfon & Robertfon, grocers, 81, Bridgegate


. Stewart,

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Srcvcnfons & Eafon, manufacturers. 85, Candlerig$$

Stevenfon, Nathaniel, merchant, 63, do.

Stevenfon, Nathaniel, writer, and Procurator Fifcal

for Hamilton and Campfie, 63, ''. andleriggs

Stevenfon, W. writer, 177, Trongate

Stevenfon, Adam, writing-mailer, 8, Nelfoti fireet

Stevenfon, R, & A. ftone-warehoufe, 70$ Wilibn-ftr.

Stevenfon, John, meflenger, 322, High-ftreet

Stevenfon, James, meal-feller, New Wynd

Stevenfon, James, vintner, 19, Prince's ftreet

Oliver, meflenger, 82, Stirling-ftreet

Stewart, Thomas, bleacher, Glafgow field, Townhead

Stewart, William, (pint-dealer, 25, Gallowgate

Stewart, William, fpirit- dealer, 131, do.

"Stewart, John, fhoemak r, 105, George-flreet

Stewart, James, watch and clockmaker, 40, Trongate

.Stewart, Charles, haberdafher, 153, do.

Stewart, P. & L. manufacturers, 51, Gallowgate

Stewart, L. manufacturer, lodging, Campbell-it reet

Stewart, John, tailor, 81, Saltmarket

Stewart, W. grocer, 352, Gallowgate

Stewart, Campbell & Co. 45, Hutchefon-ftrect

Stewart, Alexander, merchant, lodging, St. A. fqr*

Stewart. Peter, fpirit dealer, 50, Saltmarket

Stewart, Robert, grocer, 228, High-ftreet

Stewart & Campbell, reedmakers, 42, do.

Stewart, William, jun. grocer, 63, do.

Stewart, Alexander, youngeft, grocer, 226, High fir*

Stewart, William, grocer, 348 Gallowgate

Stewart, James, merchant, at J Finlay & Co'g

Stewart, John, lodging, George's fquare

Stewart's lodgings, 15, ArgyM-ilreet

Stewart, William, fmith, 53,$tQGkwdl

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Stewart, Rev. James, Anderfton

Stewart, Neil, JoineY, BlaclfriaV's Wynd

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Stewart, Alexander, jun. yarn (hop, 29, Hi^h-flreet

Stewart, John, cloth iliop, 99, King-ftreet-

Stewart, Mrs. Robert, fpirit (hop, 80, do.

gtewart, Peter, fpirit- dealer, Broomielaw

Stewart, Alexander, manufacturer. 1 84, Trongate

Stewart, William, jum grocer, 6$> High-ftreet

Stewart, Mrs. John, tobacconift, 67, High-ftreet

Stewart & Moir, tailors, 74, Saltmarket

Stewart, W, tailor, 1 s, High-ftreet

Stewart, Peter, frnilh, Caiton

Stewart, John, writer, bppofite Bullion, 6,Argy!I-ftf.

Stewart, Andrew, fpirit- dealer, 34, Beil-ftreet

Stewart, Andrew, leather Shop, 35, do.

Stewart, Alexander, grocer, Canon-ftreet

Stewart, R grocer, 1, King ftreet

Stewart, Robert, manufacturer, 3 c, Giafsford-ftreet

Stewart, John, fpirit dealer, 347, Gallowgatc

Stewart James,i grocer, 326, Gallowgate

Stuarts & Co yarn merchants 61, Wilfon-ftreet

Stuart, John, agent, 177, Tvongate

Strrling, Gordon & Co. merchants, 54, Virginia-ftr,

Stirling, Jn. merchant, lodging, Queen-ftr. well fide

ing, Wilfiam', & Sons, calico-printers, counting-

houfe and warehoufc, Queen-ftreet

Stithne'c; library, 6, St. Enoch's fquare

Siirtm:,:> David, 55, St. Andrew's fquare

Stirling James,, & Co. ironmongers, 7, Saltmarket

Stirling^ Robert, manufaclurer, 312, High-ftreet

Stobo, James/fpirit {hop, 93, (Jandleriggs.

Storey, Andvew, tambourer, 13, St Andrew^ lane

Straiig,R. & Co. Oieland's buildings, 29, Virgihia-ifar-


Strang, John, fpirit* cellars, i.jy, Stockwell

Strang, George, wright, Gorhais

Stronach, William, print-cutter, George-ftreet

Strong, Davids agents broker, Tontine b.-;ck buildings

Strurhers, Robert, & Co. brewers, Greenhead

Struthers,.Wm. rnar/ufacturer, 28, High-ftreet

Scruthers, James, do, 442, Ga!!owgi?te

Srruthefs, William, mufician, 291, High-iireet

Suipart, John, hofier, 94, Candleriggs

Sun Fire-office 7, Ndfon-lh

Sutherland, Mrs. grocer, 91, Trongate

Sutherland, Thomas, druggift, 985 Glafsford-itreet

Sutherland, Mrs. Forbes, vintner, Laigh-kirk clofs •

Sutherland Spinningdale Company, 51, Qallowgat^

Sutherland, Ales, bafket-maker, 139, Saitaiarket

Swan lion, John, & Co. -grocers, 126, Trongate

Sweet, Thomas, manufacturer, 626, Argyli-ftree*

Sword, Heywood & Co. yarn merchts. 76, Brunf. (tea

Sword, Alexander, ironmonger, 32, Galiowgate.

Sword 5 James* & Co. do. Cumberl d Build*, do*

Sword, James, jun. do. do. do.

gym, Mrs. Hugh, grocer, 9$, High-firm

Sym, J. mathematical inurumerit-mak'-r^ 2, Bell-fc

Syme, John, cotton -fpinner, Duke itreet

Symington, «—— , Curgeqn, Antierftoa,

Tait, J. & Co.£fh hbokxnaktrs, ii58,'SaItmarke|

Tait, John, writer, 25, Prince's; {treet

Tait, Wm, printer* journal-oiBse, 52, Prince's, ftr^sf

Tait, David, fhuttJe-maker, opposite the Barracks

TannilulS, Robert teacher e£ Epgiifb, Campbell i\\*


TaffTe, Ja es & Thorms, manufr 6 30. Candlerigfr*

Taffie & Dick, manufacturers, 21, St. Andrew's fqr.

Taflle, William, glover, 84 Saltmarket

TaiTie, John, glove (hop, 11 2, Trongate

Taylor, \ndrew, writing-mafter, 49, do,

Taylor, Wm & Co. merchants, 30, Charlotte-ftfeet

Taylor, John, merchant, do,

Taylor, William, threadmaker, Charlotte-lane, lodg-

ing, 3 1

, Chatlottr-ftreet

Taylor, William, vintner, 2 2, Trongate

Taylor, Jofepn, mufic & toy fhop, !8 S Hutchefors-ftr*

Taylor, Jofeph, joiner, &C. Anderfton

Taylor, John, grocer, 52, Gallowgate

Taylor. Robert, grocer, 53, do.

Taylor, Robert, baker, 56, do.

Taylor, Alexander, grocer, 317, do*

Taylor, John, turner, 46, High-ftreet

. Telfer

Taylor, Matin, writer, Shortridge land, Dunlop-flr*

Taylor, D. (hoc fhop 106, Gallowgate

Taylor, A. & A milliners, 9, Hutchefon-ftreet

Taylor, James, grocer, 54, Gallowgate

Taylor, John, manufacturer, 13, St. Andrew's lane

Taylor, Major, lodging, 7, Frederick-ftreet

Taylor, R, au&ioneer, 180, Saltmarket

Taylor, Dr William } fen. Principal of the Umverfity,

College Court

Taylor, Rev. Dr. William, jun. Stockwell

Taylor, A. tailor 36, Gallowgate

Taylor, J. vintner & patent leg-maker, 22 Candleriggs

& Caider, merchants, 3, Garthland-ftreet

Telfer, Stewart, lodgings, St. Mungo-ftr. Townhead

Telfer, William, boot and fhoe (hop, 3^, Argyll-ft^

Telfer, James, upholiicrer, po, Saltmarket


Telfer, B. F. manufa&urer, 44, St. Andrew's fquaYe

Templeton, And. agent for the Edinburgh Friendly

infurance, and Paifley U. Bank, 17, GlaMord-fts.

Templeton, John, manufacturer, 297, High-ftrtet

Tennent, John & Robert, brewers, Drygate-bridge

Terment, Josh* jun. at Bnnlop, Hamilton, & Co's ft

lodging, 144, George- ftreet

Tcnnent,-Httgn, lodging, 144, George- ftreet

Tennent, John, jun. 46c, Gailowgate

Tennent & Knox, merchants, Townhead

Tennent, John, cloth-merchant, 6, Trongate

Thillle Bank, $$, Virginia-ftreet

Thorn & Falconer, hardware (hep, 572, Saltmarket

Thorn, Win. furgeon, 32, Brunfwick-ftreet

Thorn, John, coal-agent, Monkland canal-bafoti

Thorn James, fpirit dealer, 104. George- ftreet

Thomas, D. (locking -manufacturer, 94, Candleriggs

Thomiinfbn. Robt. & Co. manufrs. 6» Beil-flr.

Thoaifon, William, tailor, 8, Galloargate

Thomfon, John, dyer, Campbeli-ftreet

Thomfon, Robert, & Son, 59, St. Andrew's fquarc

Thomfon, Ulan, horfefetter, 38, Gridgegate

Thomfon, jo'n, flocking (hop, 7, High fireef

Thomfon, Robert, fpirit-dealer, 14, Bridgcgate

Thomfon, James, merchant, 60, 3eli-Ureet

Thomfon, John, phllerer, Gorbsls

Thomfon & Lawfon, manufrs 19, St And. fquare

Thomfon, Robt jun. manufacr. 74, Glafjford-ftreet

Thomfon & Hutchefon, haberdaihers, ic"6, Trong.

Thomfon, Js. New Saracen's Head hotel, Gailowg,

Thomfon, P. fpirit-deaier, 67, Wilfon-ftreet

Thomfon, J. fen. & Co. manufadlrs. 46, High-ftr*.

Thomfon, J oi-'.?, fen. rccdxnak'er, 46, do,


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Thomfon, Wilibm, merchant, 127, Bridgegate

Thomfon, Henry, writer, Tontine Buildings

Thomfon, John, copperfmith, y6, Bridgeware

Thomfon, Robert, writer, George-ftrett, CarfewellV

court-, Office,' City Clerk's Chambers

Thomfon, John, ftoneware (hop, 7 , King-ftreet

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Thomfon, John, nailer, Calton

Thomfon, George, tca-ftcp, 1 10, Trongatc

Thomfon, John, tailor, 93, do.

Thomfon, John, baker, Qzltoa

Thomfon, Thomas, reedmakcr, 158, Bell-ftreet

Thomfon, Wm. joiner, Thi4tler.ftr. Hutchefor-towti

Thomfon, Robert, & .Buchanan, cotton-fpinners,

Hutchefon town

Thomfon, H accomptant, 39, Gallowgate

Thomfon, Andrew, mercht. 4^, Bnmfwick-ftreet >

Thornton, Alexander, grocer, 35 Siockwell

Thorn (on, Ah xanrier, fpirit-dealer, 306, Gallowgate

Thomfon, Rev. Win lodging, Hutchefontown

Thomfon, Elzmeth, .grocer, Charlotte lane

Thcmfor: & Watfon, agents, 29, Hutchefcn irreet -

Tiioir-fon, j. fpirit-dealer, 160, Gallowgate

Thomfon. John, jun. cloth {hop, 31 r, Uigh-Ilreet

Thomfon, John, itoeking mop, 618, Argyll -fcreet

Thomfon, j^mes, gardener, «j, Hutchefon-ilyeet

fhomten Robert, grocer, 1 1 ,, Stuck well

Thomi'o!; & Brown, porter cellars, %& &i®g fires*

Thomfon, j. & R. bruff.-nukers, 4°^, Gallowgate

and lecher (hop, 9,

TmJal's ncadrmy. 242, High-flreet

Prince's ftfi,

Tmnirjgi, Francis, &Co tobacconmSj?! ^Sairmarkei

Tinnu^, James, manufr. aS, Glafsford-fcreet

Todd $: bieycnlcnjCOitoii^ipinJierSjSprmgfieH


TO £ 107 3 UR

Todd & Shortridge, calico-printers, 23, George's fqsv

Todd & Gray, engravers, 34, Trongate

Todd, John, jun. manufacturer, 3, Joha-ft're^t

Todd, Robert, & Co. merchants, Tontine Buildings;

lodging, 24, Ingram-dreet

Torrance, James, & Co. fpirit-deakrs, 129, Gallowg.

Torrance, William, fpu it-dealer, 64, Stockwell

Torn, George, calendrer, 30, Candleriggs

To wart, H. writer, 15, Ingram's clofs, 25, Gal'owg.

Towers, J. furgeonjodging & (hop^jGlafsford.ftr.

Trail, A. {hoemafcer, Crown dels, Gallowgate

Truens^j James, re pemaker, Cfyde-ftreet, Anderftoft

Turnbul), David, b^ker, 78, Gallowgate

Turnbuil, J A. furgeon, 59, Trongate

Turnball S af*8fif, 25, 8c. Andrew's ftrcet

Tanibull,- Colin, grocer, iot, Argyll-iirect

Turnbul!, Tho. & Co. fpirit-dealers, 2, Maxwell-ftr,

Turnbuil, J >hn, writer, Moodie's Wynd

Turnbull & Eafton, filverfmiths, 1 5 i, Trongate

Turner, Robert, pevterer, Gorhals

Turner, Duncan, copperfoiith, Gorbals

Turner, Duncan, ironmonger, 104, Argyll-drees

Turner, Archibald, do. 8, Saltniarket"

Turner, James, tobacconift, 244, High -ftreet

Turner, Archibald, writer, 40, Trongate

Tttrpie, John, Cut-merchant, 1, Stock well

Twaddel, VV. glafs fpirit proof-maker, 7.5, Saitmarket

Twaddel, James, vintner, 6 ? Bell-ftreet

Twaddel, John, {pint-dealer, Gorbals

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Ure & Bryi'e, calico- printers, 50, St. And, fquare

Ure, Andrew, furgeon, 4p, Trongate


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Urg s Peter, fhoe (hop, Grah'smftos

Ure, , baker, 10, Hutchefon-ftrect

Ure, Walter, calendrer, 55,

St. Andrew's fquare

Ure, James, merchant, at Neilfon & Hunter's',

St. Andrew's fquare

Ure, Tames Scots cloth-merchant, 320, High-fir.

Ure, Alexander, dealer in eheefe, 29, King-ftreet

Ure, John, grocer, 444, Gallowgate

Ure, James, baker, 105, Bridgegate

Ure* John, baker, 60, Stockwell

Ure, William, Clyde Buildings

Urie & M*Nair, manufacturers, Montrofe-ftr.

Urie & Ciaforj, painters, 604, Argyll-ftreet

Urie, William, cooper, 19, Stockwell

Ure, William, grocer, 28, Saltmarket

Ure, Hugh, fpirit-dealer, 322, Gallowgate

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Vallance, John, currier, 294, Kigh-ftrect

Vallance, John, joiner, do.

Vane, James, grocer. 26, Bridgegate

Value, T. fhoe foop, 72, Wilfon-itreet

Veitch, Mrs. Thomas, fpir it -dealer, 48, King-ftrect

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Waddell, James, tobacconift, 3083 Gallowgate

Waddell, R. cabinet-maker, 142, Stockwell

Waddell, Robert, confectioner, 42^ Trongate

Waddell, John, eonfeOioner, 6^ Argyll-ftreet

Waddell, Alexander, mafon, Hutchefontowu

Waddell, John, (hoiunakef, 93, Gallowgate


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Waddell, George, trunkmaker, Old Wynd

Waddell, Win. cotton-dealer, 25, Brunfwick-ftrecfc

Waddell, B. fpirit (hop, 10, Candleriggs

Waddell, James, Englifh academy, 39, Prince's ftiy

Walker, Charles, grocer, 50, Gallowgate

Walker, M'Kenzic, & Co. manufrs. 76, Hutcl'm.-flh

Walker, G. & W. (locking fhop, 4-57, Gallowgate

Walker, James, baker, 82, Saltmarkct

Walker, Alex. Fpirit-dealcr, 158, Gallowgate

Walker, John, manufaclarer, 46, High-ftreet

Walker, Robert, haberdafher, 2, HutcheFon-ftrcet

Walker, Archibald, Fpirit- dealer, Queen-ftreet

Walker, J. baker, 23, High-ftreet

Walker, Tames, beadle, 4, Stockwell

Walker William, painter, 154, Trongate

Walker, Robert, Tontine cloFs, Trongate

Walker, D. manuFa&urer, Gorbals

Walker, William, feffion clerk, 120, Saltmarket

Walker, George, leather-cutter, Laigh-kirk clofs

Walker, Robert, hofierj' 119, Bridgegate

Walkinfhaw, Robert, writer, 153, Stockwell

Wallace, Young & Cowan, Furgeons, i2,Hutchef-ftr.

Wallace, Robert, furgeon, Spreul's land, Fhop, do.

Wallace, Robert, Hater, Gorbals

Wallace, -, fhoemakery 101, Gallowgate

Wallace, John, merchants lodging, Madeira-court

Wallace, Robt. wrfcing-mafter, 67, BrunFwick-ftr.

Wallace, Archibald, mercht. 23, Queen-ftreet

Warden Sc Walker, manufacturers,-:* 7, Hutchefon-ftr*

Wardlaw, W. & Sons, manufacturers, i£, St. A. fqr...

Wardlaw & Nimmo, do. do,

Wardrop, Henry, japanner, Maxwell-.ftreet

Wardrop, T. grocer* 32, High-fiyeet

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Warren, Mrs. poultry office, 9 , King-ftrcet

Watfon, Robert, fpirit-dealer, n, New-Wynd

Watfon, Wra writer, Ingram's clofs, 25, Gallowg.

Wa'tfon, Robert, fiddler, 96, Glafsford-ftreet

Watfon, J. & R. bankers, Ppft -office court

"Watfon, William, meflenger, 84, King- ftreet

Watfon, Rob manufacturer, 15, John-ltrcet

Watfon, Andrew, ihoe (hop, 48, High ftreet

Watfon, James, manufacturer, 92. New- Wynd

Watfon, Archibald, meflenger at arms, 18, High-ftr.

Watfon, John, jun. porter cellars, 5 i s Bell-ftreet

Watfon, John, teacher, 82, High-ftreet

Watfon, E, (lay maker, Currie's clofs, High ftreet

Watfon, Arthur & Co. calico-printers, 46, Hutchef-ftr»

Watfon, Robert, baker, 328, Gallowgate

Watfon, George, fpirit-dealer, 288 High ftreet

Watfon, Rev. , lodging, Belegrave Place

Watfon & Wighton, linen -merchants, 15, Candleriggs

Watt, James, phyficianj Difpenfary, 17, Gallowgate$

lodging, 427, do.

Watt, Thomas, tailor, t 37, Saltmarket

Watt, Rob. joiner and cabinet-maker, Buchanan-ftr,

"Watt, Alexander, joiner, Campbell-ftreet

Watt, William, joiner, Trade (town

Watt, Thomas, tambourer, 30, Trongate

Watts, W. H. miniature painter, 132, Trongate

Weems, Thomas, reedmaker, 35, Gallowgate

Weild, John, 61, Wilfon -ftreet

Weir, Andrew, vintner, 85, Candleriggs -

Weir, John, joiner, Tradeftown

Weir, Matthew, hotter, 158, Trongate

Weir, Richard, grocer, 54, Bridgegate

Weir, John, mufician, Qibfaa's land* Saltmarket


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Weir, Jofeph, cork-cutter, 605, Argyll-ftreet

Weir, Walter, engineer, Mitchell- it reet

Weir, Walter, calico-printer, St. Andrew's fquare

Weir, Gilbert, fedan chairmafter, Sidney court

Weir, David, vintner, 459, Gallowgate

Wemyfs, General, 56, Ingram -ftreet

Whigam, Robert, fe Co. manufacturers, Trades' land

White, Lawfon & Co. manufac. 76, Hurchefon-ftr/

White, Arthur & Co. oil-of.vitriol-make s, Napier's

Hall; writing-room* at White & Bain's, Gahowgate

White, James, horfefetter, S3, Trongate

White, Wm. at James & Robert Watfon's, banker*

White, Andrew, flaxdreffer, 11, High-ftreet

White 8c Bain, iron-liquor-makers, 274, Gallowgate

White, Andrew, writer, 19, Prince's ftreet

White, William, cotton-broker, 40, Hutchefon-ftrcet

White, Alexander, upholfterer, 22, Trongate

White, Robert, & Co. Rullia and Irifh linen ware-

houfe, 356, High -ftreet

White, William, lintwork, 1.C9, Saltmarket

White, John, threadmaker, Blackfriar's Wynd

White, James, joiner, Cochrane- ftreet

White, William, tea ma-chant, 297, High ftreet

Whitelaw, John, joiner, &c,i(o, Stockweli

Whitelaw,M«Frederick & Co perfumers, 5 2 /Trongate

Whytlaw & Boyd, cloth and fiik (hop, 8 1, Trongate

Whytock, James, manufacturer, 28, High-ftreet

Wilkie, John, ftoc.king manufac r . 459> Gallowgate

Wilkie, P. fpirit- dealer, 61, Saltmarket

Wilkie, John, grocer, 47, High- ftreet

"Wiikie, James, wheelwright, 74, Brid^egate

Wilkie, John & Co. fpirit dealers, 71, Gallowgate

Williantfon, Js. nurfery and fce4 fljqp, $6, Trongate


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Williamfon, James, haberdafher, 87, Trongate

Williamfon, John, fhoe mop, 60, do.

WUHamibai, James, fhoemaker, 398, Gallowgate

Williamfon, Gavin, boot & fnoemaker, 225, High-fir,

Williamfon, Peter, tailor, 249, do.

Williamfon, A. fpirit-dealer, 96, Kmg-ttreet

Williamfon, John, & Co. 94, Caridleriggs

Williamfon & Boog, manufr 8 . 29, Brunfwick-flreet

Williamfon, James, manufacV. lodging, Brownneid

Williamfon, John, cotton -fpinner, An tier (ton

Williamfon, Rev'. A. lodging, George-ilreet

Willis, George, fpiriudealer, 4, Ingram-ilreet

WiHox, D. of the Royal Artillery, 49, Saltmarket

Willox, J. teacher, 97, High-ftreet

Wilfon, John, teacher of Latin, public Grammar-

School; lodging, 13, New Wynd

Wilfon, Thomas, mafon, Broad clofe,/82, High^lreet

Wilfon, Samuel, grocer, 355, Gallowgate

Wilfon, Andrew, mefTenger, 456, do*

Wilfon, James, fpirit-dealer, 73, Bridgegate

Wilfon, William, manufacturer, 49, St. And. fquare

Wilfon, John, writer, 83, Saltmarket

Wilfon, W m . and J n . Stewart, writers, 132, Trongate

Wirfon, James, haberdafher, 45, do.

Wilfon, Alexander, bookfelier, 142, do.

Wilfon, M. grocer, 8, Stockwell

Wilfon, James, brafs-founder, Ciaythorn-ftreet

Wilfon, John, land-furveyor, 51, Maxwell-ftreet

Wilfon, James, furgeon, 97, Gallowgate

Wilfon, Samuel, grocer, 401,

do.

Wilfon, J s , joiner and trunkmaker, 168, Saltmarket

Wilfon, Robert, feed {hep, 49, Argyll- ftreet

Wilfon a John & Co. manufacturers, 1 8, Kigh-ftreet


wi r 113 ] wo

Wilfon, Andrew, type-founder; lodging, 77, High-fir.

Wilfon, Jarnes, vintner, 62, Bell-ftreet

Wilfon, John, lea and fpirit-dealer," 18, King-ftrect

Wilfon & Kerr, cardmaker3, 36, Galiowgate

Wilfon, John, joiner, 205, George-ftreet

Wilfon & Craig, wire-workcis, 180, Saltmarket

Wilfon, John, fen. do. 158, Trongate

Wiifon, William, Hater, 206, George-ftreet

Wilfon, H. paltry Chop, 73, Glafsford-ftreet

Wilfon, Alexander, flater, 204, George-ftreet

Wilfon, Thomas, hairdrefter, 278, High-flreet

Wilfon, John, grocer, 403, Galiowgate

Wiifon, Andrew, joiner, Trade ftown

Wiifon & Niel, teachers, 72, High-ftreet-

Wilfon, Robert, grocer, 315, Galiowgate

Wilfon, Archibald, fpirit-dealer, 508, Argyll (tree*

Wilfone & Liddel, fmiths & ironmongers, 5 4, Stockw,

Wilfone, Charles, furgeon 153, do.

Wilfone, J. ironmonger, W. Smith's, - 13, do.

Wiifone, M. J. & L. mantuamakers, 106, Trongate

Wingate, Andrew, haberdafher, 44, do.

Wingate, Js. &. Co. manufacturers., 17, St. And. ftr,

Wingate, J. & Sen, do. Charlotte-iane

Wingate, John, (pint-dealer, 113,'Gallowgate

W7 ingate, John, j un. manufacturer, 7 2, Brunfwick -ftr.

Winning, , threadrnakef, 87, John-ftrcet

Winning, Robert, fpir it-dealer, 45, Glafsford-ftreet

Wood, Francis, manufacturer, Drygate, fouth fide

«"Wood, Adamfon & Co. 66, Glafsford-ftreet

Wood,Henry Glafsfprd ftr.lodging J 34,Frederick-ftr.

Wood, John, Greenock long coach guard, 85, Trong*

Wooliey, Thomas, fpirit -dealer, 124, Trongate

Wotherburn, A. vintner, 70, Glafsford-itreet

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Wotherfpoon, Robert, baker, 254, High ftreet

Wotherfpoon, John, fpirit- dealer, f$6, Galfowgatc

Wothcrfpoon, John, brtad-fhop, 94,King-ftreet, and

62, Ingram ilreet

Wotherfpoon, Alex, combmaker, 19, Saltmarket

Wotherfpoon, Jean, grocer, 58, Saltmarket

Wotherfpoon, D. manufacturer, 8, Nelfon-ftreet

Wotherfpoon, John, cloth (hop, 20, Trongate

Wotherfpoon, M. merchant, 64, Hutchefon-itreet

Wright, Dr. Peter, ift clofe weft of Virginia-ftreet

Wright, John & Co. manfu&urers, 8, High ftreet

Wright, Adam, dealer in tin-plate, Mitchell-ftrcefc

Wright, Robert, writer, 22, Trongate

Wright, Mrs. grocer, 635, Argyll-ftieet

Wright, J. ftaymaker, 6, Wiifon-ftreet

W light, David, Scots cloth-merchant, 3, GalJowgate

Wright, John, joiner, &c. 449, Gallowgate

Wright, Biflet & Co. coachmakers, 81, do.

Wright, James, hardware (hop, 179, Saltmarket

Wright, Jams, joiner and builder, Gorbals

Wright, Archibald, dniggift, 66, Trongate

Wright, Mrs. lets lodgings, Pod- office Court

Wylu, John, gr. ier, 622,, Argyll-ilreet

Wylie, James, tinfmith, 53, Wiifon-tireet

Wylie, Alexander, manufacturer, 21, High- ftreet

Wylie, Js. & Geo. manufacturers, 44, St And fjjr.

Wylie, Aaron, grocer, Little Dovehill

Wyfe, Thomas, ftoneware {hop, 36, King- ftreet

Youngs John, profeffor of Greek, College

Youjig» George, edge-tool-maker, 158, Trongate


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Young, John, grocer, King-ftreer, Calton

Young, John, joiner, Shuttle it reet

Young, James, merchant, 22 » , Gallowgate

Young, Archibald, furgeon, lodging, Hutchefon-ftr,

eaft fide; fhop, 1 2, weft fide

Young, John, manufacturer, 52, Glafsford-ftreet

Young, Stephen, printer, 5 a, Prince's fireet

Young, William, mafon, Bridgegate

Young, David, merchant, Union Place

Young. William, & Co potters, Delft-fidd

Young, James, & Son, joiners, &c~ Canon- ftreet

Young, Rots, Richardfon & Co pnntfield ware-

houfe, Smith's court, Brunfwick-ftreet

Yuil!e,R timber merch* . 3, Wood-lane, Broonuelaw

Ymllc, Geo & Co. yarn warehoufe, 2, Garthhmd-ftr.

Yuilie, Geo. merchant, lodging, 22, St. Enoch's fqr.

Yuille, Thomas, writer, ^07, High-ftreer

Zuill, John & Andrew, cloth fhop, 33, Trongate

Zuill, Andrew, tailor, 138, Saltmarket

Zuill & Thomfon, fpirit-dealers, 117, Bridgegate

Names omitted in their proper place,

Buchanan, Peter, manufacturer, 71, Hutchefon-ftrcet

Keir, Mrs midwife, Swan clofs, Trongate

Morifon's lodgings, 132, Trongate


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BANKING HOUSES IN GLASGOW.-

Skip Bank-^S&(X, Argyll* ft reel; djpen frorrj to to *, and

from 2 to 3 o'clock, (fhiits at iz on Saturday,) no

dra f ts on London or Edinburgh given after i o'clock,

bills for difcount given hi on Monday, before I o'clock,

and called for on Tuefday, from io to 12 o'clock

' Robt. Carrick, cafnier; John Marfhall, accomptant,

Mich. Rowan, Ueafurerj Js, Edmond, teller; John

Crofby, porter.

*lh'ifih Bank— 55, Virgima-dreet; open from 10 to y,

and iVom 2 to 3 o'clock, {'(huts at 12 on Saturday,)

drafts on London or Edinburgh given on thefe hours,

Bills for difcount given in on Tuefday, before 12

o'clock, and called for fame day, between 2 and 3

...o'clock; Arch. Grahame, eafhier; John Kemp, John

Graham, and Richard Duncan, accomptants; John

Demp'ler, teller; Wm.JVTorifon, porter.

Royal Bank—zgt St, Andrew's fquare; open from 10 to

3 o'clock, ({huts at 12 on Saturday,) no drafts on

London or Edinburgh given after 2 o'clock, Bills for

difcount given In between 9 and 10 Monday morning,

and called for on Tuefday, between 1 1 and 1 o'clock;

Dale and More, camiers; D. Stirling, Ales. Peterkin,

Rr. Bell, Alex. Donakifon, jun. Jn. Frafer, Rich.

Braimer, Alex, Main, and Edw. Fairlie, accomptants;

J. D. Peterkin, Jn. Cunningham, jun. Jn. Rofs, and

Ju. Lumfden, tellers; Wm, Halliday, and James Dick,

porters.

Patfuy Bank—iy, Trongate, Archibald Hamilton, agent.

Pat/ley Union Bank- 17, Giafsford-ftrset; And. Temple-

ion t agent.

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Jfritijb Linen Con^wiy—54, Virginia-ftr. Js. Fyffe> agent,

Bank of Scotland—23, Queen.areet; Gilbert Hamilton &

Son, agents.

Greened Bank, ~)

p ft. ffice Court, J. & R. Watfon,

Stirling Bank, \ ^^

Kilmarnock Bank, J

Falkirk Bank—50, Gallowgate; Charles Walker, agent,

Leith Banh—$, Hutchefon-ftrect; Richard Dick, agent,

Ayr Bank—David Stirling^ Royal Bank, agent.

Stirling Merchant Bank—y^, Candleriggs, John Wardrop

& Co. Bankers, Edinburgh, Jr. Wallace- of Fallfide

Banker, Bathgate; Andrew Belch, agent.

Renfrew/hire Bank— 61, Buchanan-ftreet; Bills for dif-

count enclofed ia letters, addreffed to the Renfrew {hire

Bank Company, Greenock, given in on Saturday before

3 o'clock, and called for between 1 and 3 o'clock, on

Tuefday; Logan & Kennedy, agents.

Perth Bank—-St. And. fq. John More, R. Bank, agent.

PUBLIC OFFICES IN GLASGOW.

Commijtoners for the Income Tax—office, 48, Dunlop-ftr.

and 39, Miller-ftreet

Canal Company's Office—-6i, Buchanan-ftreet 4 Waiter

Logan, fuperintendant.

Cefs Office for the City—Quecn-itreet; Laurence Craigie,

collector; W. D. Blair, clerk.

Cefs Office for the County—-oppofite to the Exchange;

Archibald Hamilton, collector.

City Clerk's Churnbers—zX the Crofsj James Reddle,

Richard Henderfon, and Robert Thomfon, clerks.

Chamberlain's Office—SpreuPs back land, Trongate; James

Spreul, chamberlain, Peter Campbell, clerk*

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Comtntffary Clerk*s Office-—Buchanan's land, !77,Trongate|

Benjamin Barton, clerk.

Commlffary Cbrk of Hamilton and Campfie— Office, 177,

Trongate; Claud Marshall, clerk.

Cujlam Houfe—AfTcmbly room building's; Claud Hamilton,

collector; D. Morifon, comptroller, J. Dick-, A.

Scott, and W. Miller, clerks.

Juftice of Peace Clerk's Office—Glafsford-ftreet; John

Clarke, clerk.

SheriffClerk's Office—59, Wilfon-ftr. H. Ker, clerk depute,

Mill Coach Office—-at Jofeph Bain's, 164, Trongate.

Glafgow Courier Office— at the Crofs; Wm. Reid & Co*


Journal Office— Prince's ftrcet; William Tait.

—— Herald & Adverlifer do.— 44, Bell-ftreet; Men-

nons St Co.

PJl Office— 141, Trongate j James Jackfon, poftmafterj

M. Haiiburton & J. Scouller, clerks; M. M'Callum,

John Cameron, Js, Wife, Robt M'Neill, and Allan

RoQ, letter carriers; J. Liddell, forter; A. Stewart

and J. Leitch, penny-pod letter-carriers; A. Milliken,

clerk. Penny-letters difpatched at 8, 12 and 2 o'clock.

Stamp Office— Poft-ofEce Court, Trongate; Alexander

Robertfon, diftributor.

State Lottery Office— 139, Trongate; D. Ni ven, bookfeller

Excife Office— 13, Miller- ftreet; Wm. Corbet, collector,

Thomas Watfon, W, Hay, and P. Heughan, clerks s

A. Mitchell, —— Caffils, T. Hay, packing officers.

Surveyor of Taxes—Office, 18, St. Andrew's lane, Gal-

lowgate; Andrew Bald, Surveyor.

Phcenix Fire Office— King-ftreet; Loudoun, Craigie & Co 9

agents.

Sejfion Clerk's Office— 120, Saltmarket ; Wm. Walker,

clerk.

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Sejfion Clerk's Office—Barony Parifh, Charlotte-lane,

Sun Fire Office—Nelfan-ftr. J. 'Buchanan, jun. agent.


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Edinburgh Friendly JJhrar.ee Office'—-17, Glafsford ftreetj

Andrew Templeton, agent.

Royal Exchange dffwanc&—oppofite to the Exchange}'

Alexander Allan, agent.

Br'it'ijh Ftre Office, and Wefinmfler Office fir Infurance of

Lives—at the Exchange; Jn Alftou & Son, agents.

Dundee sJJfurance Office—D Stirling, agent, Royal Bank*

Mafler of Works 1

Office—Mr. SmelHe's houfe, Dunlop-ftr.

Imperial Fire Offict—50, Hutchefou-ftrcet ; Archibald

Bogle, agent.

Glajgow Fird Office— 13, Trongate, David Denny,, cafhier.

Liverpool Fire 0Jficei-~2& 9 Vnginia-ftr. Cleland & Jack,

agents.

Neivcaflle upon Tyne Fire Office— 61, Hutchefon- ftreetj

C. Hamilton, agent.

TABLE of FARES for HACKNEY COACHES,

Asfixed by the Magistrates % January vph, a 800.

I, From any place within the City, including the Newtown,

to any other part thereof, not herein after mentioned • 1 o

a. For going to, and returning from the fame place, including

one hour's waiting - - - - - 20

3. Forgoing from any part of the city or Newtown to the

' High Church, Calton and retnhead I 6

% $

4. For going to and returning from either of thefe places,

including one hour's waiting - -.'«..

5. For going to Barrowfield Bridge, to beyond the Greenhead

Bridge, to Ruthergien Bridge, to /nnheld;to Andcrflon,

or to any place of the like diilance from town » > - % ©

a

6 For going to and returning from arty of thefe places, in

eluding one hour s waiting -'•-;« - * % o

7. To any part oi the Country, not above-mentioned, for

the fir(t mile •-----

And for every half mile, within five naik* * ~ •>. o

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For returning from do. including an hour's attendance, an

d.

additional - - - - - - .- i o

8. For going five miles and upwards from town, and return-

ing- before ten o'clock at night, for each mile outwards, includ.ng

two hours" attendance - - - I J

For every hour's attendance, after two hours, till ten at

night, an additional - - -- - -io

9. To do. and returning at any time between ten and twelve

o'clock at night, in addition to the above, for every hour - I 6

And for waiting every other hour, after twelve o'clock at

night, a*i additional - - - - - 10

10. From any place in the City to any other part thereof,

from 9 to 10 o'clock at night - -

And if netween >o and 12 o'clock at right

-

-

- -

-

a

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i:. From any place in the City, including the Newtown,

to any other part thereof on a Sunday - -

3 o

12. To any place in the country after 9 o'clock at night, in

addition to the above rates for the country, for each mile -03'

13. On time within the City, or fuburbs, on vifits, or attending

at Shops, for the firft. hour, r - - a o

For every half hour after the firfl - - --06

If a Coach be detained before ufmg it, for every quarter of

an hour - -' - --.-09

Nate. All diftances to the country to be meafured from the Crofs.

FEES FOR SEDAN CHAIRMEN,

As fixed hy the Magifirater, March iff, 1798*

*. d.

t. Every Lift of a Sedan Chair in Town, though for ever fo

fhort a diftance - - - - - -

- 06

a. From Campbell-ftreet, or thereabout, to the Wynd-head

or High Church, or thereabout - - k

- * 3

3. From Campbell-ftreet, or thereabout, to Grahanafton, or

thereabout

»-„__.-_. 10

4. From Campbell-ftreet, or thereabout, to any part of the

Newtown - - - - - - - - I o

(

5. From any other part of the Gallowgate Weft of Camp-

.

bell-ftreet, to any p?rt of the Newtown -

6. From Chai lotte-ftreet to the Newtown

-.

-

-

-

o

1

9

o

7. From St. Andrew's Square to the Newtown, or to any

part of Argyll-flreet and to tbe Streets running Southwards

«nd Northwards of Trongate and Argyli-ftreet, and to St.

Enoch's -quare - - - - - -

.

- O &

8 Prom any part in Trongate to the Welt fide of Jamaicaftree*

inckiive, and including the different ftreets, running «e


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the North and South of Trongate, Argyll-ftreet and St.

Enoch's Square, to any part in the Newtown - c £

9. From the Saltmarket, Bridgegate, Clyde-ftreet, Broomielaw,

and weftward of Jamaica-ftrcet, to Grahamfton, to any

part in the Newtown -•- - - - * 9

ic. From the Trongate to Wynd-head and High Church 1 o

11, From the Bridgegate or any of the Streets running

to North and South of the Trongate and Argyll- ftreet, including

St. Enoch's Square, to the Wynd-Head or High Church

iz. From the Bridgeware to the College, or like diftance,

and from the Merchants' Hall to the College, or new Court

there ... >.-..'.-•l

I

3

13. From the Crofs to any part in Gorbals

I

--..--

14. From any place above Bell's v/ynd and below the College

to Calton Crofs

j 5. Do. and to Barrowfield Fridge *

16. From any place above Bell's wynd and below the Col-

lege to Gorbals - -

1 7. From Gorbals to the High Church, or the like diftance

iS. From the Crofs each mile round the fame

-_»«---

19. For every hour a Chair waits (unlcfs engaged for forenoon

and afternoon) betides the ftated hire herein provided,

for the firft hour

And for every fubfequent hour -

10. For a chair attending from three or four o'clock afternoon,

till twelve o'clock at night, for the firft. hour

For every hour after the hi ft -

2i. From jamaica-ftreet to the Crofs, or the like diftance

22. From the New Aifembiy Hall to Grahamfton, Jamai-

ca-ftreet, Burrell's Hall, Charlotte-ftreet, Bridgegate, or St.

Andrew's Square - - - -

23. From do. within thefe pl&cfs -

24. From. do. to Campbeli-fireet, or the like diftance

25. From Grahamfton or Jamaica ftreet to any place above

Burrell's Flail, the Infirmary, or thereabout

26. From do. to any place in Bridgegate

27. From Grahamfton or Jamaica-itreet to Gorbals

28. From do. to Bun's Wynd, or the like diftance

29. From do. to the High Church, Infirmary, or the like

diftance

50. For each mile carrying to or from the City of Clafgow

3r. For every Lift after one o'clock in the morning, double

1

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9

V

hire, excepting on .Affembiy and Eali nights.

33. Every double Lift, to pay double hire.

^2)- Two children, each not exceeding thirteen year's old, or

•ne child in a person's arms, are to be excepted, and confidered

only as one Lift.

34. Every pcrfon engaging a chair and. not ufing it, to be

liable for the difeppeintment s,n

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KEGULATIONS OF PORTERS,

As fixed by the Magiftrates, March i/" f

iollovring

is a Tabie of their fees:

1798.

Bv an Acl of the Magiflrates and Town Council of Glafgowv,

rrtr fliall refufe employment, when he is not otherwife «nimder

the penalty of as. 6d fferling for the firft offence, 5s,

1) . 1 os. lor every fuhfequent offence ; and ai! Porters

;tp engaged, is all fp«cify the perfon by whom, and

which, they are engaged, and they ihall not refufe to

.'d in the interval between the time they are required to

ui -»t their engagement, under the penalties aforefaid.

rs pi mo- wear badges on their brtaft, find fecurity for

ind fidelity, the MagiiTrates recommend it to the ino

employ only thofe Porters in matters of importance*

*. 4

Carrying a letter or letters, parcel or parcels, not exceedeight,

from any part of the City or New*

u e -herein - - - O . X

Cai ar eel or parcels, not exceed-

,

i$ g 7 my part of the City or New*

- therein if delivered to the Porter

[cckatiught - - - o a

Carrying a utter or letters, parrel or parcels, not exceed-

.'. ing 7 J

town -

iveigl t Von. any part, of the city or New-

Igetown, New Baion of the Canal,

. ingjifh nule from the crofs o 3

to the Porter after eight o'clock at night

For running an e>.preJs with a letter, or frnall parcel, for

4

If in the night time, that is, after eight o'clock at night ' O

%

4

every Englifh mile outwards in day time - • #

Carrying a hack load, not exceeding eight Engiifb itone

from any Ware-room in Giafgow to any other Ware-room

or Calender, where .he diflance doe? not exceed ,500 yards o I

Do. vv here the difPance exceed 50 - yards - - O a

Carrying a hack load not exceeding 8 itone weight from

the trois to the ^loomielavv, Caiton or Gorbals, or the like

., o 3

Carrying any load, not e cteding two one-half hundred

weight, on a wheel- barrow for the fame diilance •• O J

For weighing a ton o goods, iuch as iron, &c for the firft

ton • - - - - - ° 4

For every othrr ton - " ° 3

For taking down and putting Up the ttdes - O %

For weigMng**each bag ai non - Q K

Fg taking down and putting up the fcales if done by the

;

porters - - - '

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£ I2 3 1

For -arryrig each bag of cotton out of a cellar, and pv.t

*. i.

ting- it on a cart - - - - o %

For caking each bag of cotton off a cart, and putting the

fame into a cellar - - - - o I

N- B. Two thirds of the foregoing rates to be p&id for

pockets, and bags of cotton, not exceeding out and an bait

hundred weight

For a day's work at articles not fpecified as above, to confifl

of ten working hours - 3 O

For a week's work - - . „ 00

For the 'firCt hour's work where not employed a whole day a 4

For each fubfequent hour s work, when not employ.

Whole day - - O 3

For carrying a load of two bolls of meal, for each flair o I

For carrying a load of two bolls of rnea.1, into a ciois o J.

for each night's watching - - % a

TABLE OF FEES FOR CARTERS,

As fixed by the Mag'/irates, Dec. 22d, 1802.

I. For every Cart l-oad from or to the Breomielaw, the

length of the head of Queen* ftreet, along George- ftreet, down

Montrofe ftreet, by the Weigh-houfe, Candjeriggs Bellftreet,

the Well above the Croj's to the Spoutmb'Jth in Gallowgate

and thence westwards - - -

2 For every Cart Load of. Sugar to the Stockweli and

Queen ftreet Sugar I oufes when taken off with a crane

3. For i puncheons of beans or meal, or a yarn bafes or

any other large cafk about 1 ton weight, or a cart load of cork,

as much as can be laid on for the lame diflance., as above -

4. For every other place of delivery within the Rryalty or

Newtown, per cart load

5. For every 1 o bolls of oats, beans and wheat, and every 8

fcolis of barley, to a!) the Granaries at the Broomielaw, Tamaica-

ftreet, Grahamfton, Srockwell and Argyll- ftreat, the Carters

always finding fuflkient bags, and carrying the whole of

their load up one {Tory, or into a ground flat, without any

aSiftance from the employer, per cart - ;

6. When the cart load is to be carried up more than one ftory,

the employer fhall p ty the C arter per cart, an additio .ai «

But in this laft cafe the Carter may carry up the half of

the load at his ownexpence, the employer being at the expence

of the other half

- For every cart load of Grain to any other part of the

Royalty or Newtown than is above dated - -

j

The carriage 'fa this laft cafe to be fubjeel: to the above

Regulations as to delivery up one ftory or into a ground flat,

fit up Wore, than one /lory.


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5. Cartas Employed bo rei e or fi?mlaf articfee,

That require long time to load an I

s. i.

unload, fiball be paid for

the firft hour the/ are £b empU/cd, asd fo proportionally

for each cart - - - - - i/O

And for every other hour, and xo proportionally, for £ach

cart ~ - - - - - 09

The Carter, iu fuch cafe -,. (Hal ::iin loading and unload-

ing, but to remain ah •

In all cafes Carters are to load and unload fuch articles on their

Gaits, as they are capable of doing; aifd in other infeanCes, th;y

iWI aTiil in loading and unloading their Carts.

All fuch quantities as are to be confidered as a (ingle Cart load,

and likewife all rates of fares, not before fpecially provided for, in

cafe of any difpute concerning thefe between the Carter and his

employer, fnall be fettled by the fitting magistrate.

No barters, or fervants of Carters, mail exa& higher fares than

thofe beforr £->ecified, under the penalty of five fliillings for each

', to be levied by a. fummary warrant from any 01 the Magir

ftrates of Glafgow, and by imprifanrnent till payment of the £n£S

©e made, befides forfeiting the fares overcharged.

TABLE OF FREIGHT,

Enacted to be paid by the Shippers of Goods upon the Riyer Clyde,

by an Act of the Magistrates and Town Council of Glaigow s

dated z?d. December, i8oa.

1 s. d.

Anchors per ton - -

S O

Aflhes, per barrel -

Allum, per ton, in,hhds- or bulk

Bark, ^>er ton

-

Barley, per boll -

Do. per bag of %\ cwt. -

Do. do. 3 cwt. ; -

Beef, per tierce ~

,

~

Brazil, per pocket -

Brick or Tiles, per thoufand .

Bottles, per gro r s -

Butter, per ton, -

Canvas Yarn, per bale

Carpets, \'i pieces, per hale

-. Caft Metal Boilers, per ton -

Cheefe, per ton - - '

Coals per hhd. -

Coals per cart

Copper in Sheets, per ton - •

- , -

-',"';"

»

Ditto in Vefftis. per do,

-

Cordage,, per ton -,..-•''"

-

7

3 6

5

4

6

-

7

8

>: 6

1 •5

3

9

b

9

d 4 6

s t

4 6

a

1 3

9

3

4 6

S 6


k**5 1

, ,- ->

( £• u J

Cork, per ton - - '-*' 5 •3 ©

Cotton, per bag, frdm a to 3 cwt. • 1 %

Do. pep do", upwards of j cyvt. * T-

'•*

r 4

Do. per pockets, each - " -

• T

Cudbear, per ton - ' - - -r 6 ft

Dry Goods, in puncheons, per puncheon - 1 8

Dry Goods, per hhd. * - - %

Empty Herring T>arrels,4ach - " j*

•- a %

All other empty calks to pay half freight

Flour, per bag - .-, - 6 6

Do. per barrel

*'*. - 5

Flax Seed, per hhd. 1

Fruit, per cheffc - - * r. e 8

Do. per half cheffc - 4

Fuftick, per ton a. 4 Q

Gabcrt Freight, per ton, regifter * '- % 6

Guns and Shots,-per ton - -

3 6

Gaberts loaded to or from Greenock to a veffel in the

- Road, if affifted by the crew of the YCffel - a 6

Ditto, if not affifted by the crew - % IC

' - Herrings, per barrel -

Hides, Bullock, per hide - %

Ditto, Cow, per do. - 6 i*

Hemp, per ton - - - • - 7

- 6

.

Hides, Buffalo, per hide - t

Iron, Pig, per ton - - - % 6

Do. Rod, per do.

Kelp, per ton -

-'-*'

^-

-


-

..

-

-

3

3

Linen, per bale - ' - /v- *

Logwood, per ton -

- l

•'

~W "

Leather, per do. -

Lime Stones, per do.

'* «

-

-

-

4

1

% 6

Lead, Bar and Roll, per to& >- « * - a 6

Mahogany, per ton - » -

A

Melaffes, per puncheon - ' - - Q % 6

Manganefe, per ton - O 3

Madder, per butt - - * - O %

Meal, per boll - - - O »*

Oil, per ton

Do, per jar

-

-

- *

4 -

-

-

O

O

5 6

%

Oats, per boll - - O : 3

Ofnaburghs, per bale, x% pieces - •* - O z

Do. ''do. 9>do. -

-

O

O t

6

% "

Do. do. 6 do - ,

Pipe Clay, per ton . - ; - O 3

'

* - O 5 6

Pots, per tofei - - -

Porter, per hhd. - - X 3

Planks, per ton - - . O 3 c

Paint, per keg - O «4

Puncheons and Hhds. Packed, per package - © 4

Quercutran Bark in hbds, / - - - O % O

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Run-i, p£t puncheon - - - o a 6

Do. per hhd. - - - - 013

Raifins, per barrel - - - 004

Sugar, Raw, per ton grofs - - - - 030

Do. Refined - - - -060.

Sugar Moulds, per waggon load - - 076

Seroons and Pockets - - - 006

Skins, Calf, per bale, or 9 dozen - - 013

Do. do. or ia dozen * -

Staves, Butt, from 1^ to % inches, per thoufand -

o s 9

170

Staves, Butt, from 2 to 3. inches, per thoufand - I 10 o

Staves, Butt, 3 inches and upwards -

Staves, pipe, per thoufand - -

Do. nhd. per do. - -

Do. barrel, per do. - - .

-

*

-

-

I 13 o

080

070

060

per crate - - - o a o

. :. Ware,

Do. in hhds. * - - - o a o

Slates, large, per thotifand - - - O a 6

Do. ordiaary, per do. -

Soap and




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When a Shipper or Shippers conjunctly fhall Ihip the whole goods

conveyed in any veflel for a trip or voyage, without having goods

belonging to any other perfon or perfons on hoard, the Mafier or

Owner (hall be entitled to a full freight for the veflel at the rate

aforefaid, although the freight of the goods might he lefs than a full

freight 'if it were feparately calculated, at the rates aforefaid, upon

the different articles of which the cargo confided.

Farther ordain the Owners or Matters of Veffels, when required

fo to do, to give receipts for the goods {hipped in their faid veffels,

under the penalty of Ten Shillings fterling for each offence. And

prohibit the Mafters and Owners of Veffels, and all other perfons

navigating the River Clyde, from exacting or levying higher freights

for tranfporting goods on the laid River than thofe fpecified in the

foregoing Table.

Extracted from the Minutes of Council, by

ROB. THOMSON, Dep. Clk.

LIST of PACKETS ^nd CONSTANT TRADING

VESSELS from CLYDE.

To LIVERPOOL.— 7VS


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LIST of PACKETS and CONSTANT TRADING

VESSELS from FORT-DUNDAS.

TO GRANGEMOUTH.-— .4 TraR Boat for goods and Paffengers

" evety Tucfday, Thurfday and Saturday, fets off at half paft eight.

Morning. •

Tc LE1TH.—A Vefd every Tuefday and Friday, by the Forth and

Clyde Company, William Mather, agent, Glafgow. - Andrew tf

Xaty—John—-Maria— & A, Kidd, agents, Glafgow- Jean—

J.

Robert—Fame— John M'Dougal, agent, Glafgow.

To DUNDEE. "Sufannab— Peggy Concord— William—NreocaJtU

and Berwick Packet—BrotherS Increafe—]. M'Dougal, agent,

Glafgow.

To HULL,— Hawk— William and Ann— Providence— M'Dougal*

J.

agent, Glafgow.

To NEWCASTLE.—-i^iW/ Increafe— Glafgow Packet—£li*a—

Frisndjhip—Lawrie & Pjnkerton, agents, Glafgow.

JJfi of the arrival and departure of the Mail Coaches^

the places from 'whence they Jet and the Fare

offt

annexed to each,

foreign Mails for the continent cf Europe, depart every Thurfday

and Saturday.—For the Britifh Weft India hies, depart the

• Sunday before the firft Wednefday of every month, and that day

fortnight.

London—by Hamilton, Douglas, Moffat, &c. and all on this fide

London, arrive at Mr. Bain's, Dunbar's Clofs ; Trongate, every

morning, rmd depart from the fame place, at % o'clock, every

afternoon. London, and all beyond it, arrive every day at the

fame time and place, (Wednefday excepted) and departs every

day (Thurfday excepted) fare to Carlifle. 45s.

Ayr—By Kilmarnock, Irvine, &c. to Port-Patrick, alfo the Irijh

-Mail arrives at the Bull inn, Argyll-ftreet, every day, at I ©'clock

afternoon, and departs from Mr Bain's, Dunbar's clofs, every

morning; fare to Kilmarnock 9s.— to Ayr, 13s. 6d.

Crscnock—by Paifley, Port- Glafgow, Greenock, Largs, (Rothefay

once a- day) arrives at Mr. Bain's, Dunbar's clofs, every day, at

I o'clock, afternoon, and at Mr, Burn's, Bull- Inn, at 7 at night,

and dtfeparts every morning from Mr Bain's, Dunbar's clofs, and

froin the Bull- Inn, at 4 afternoon; fare to Paifley, a. to Greenock,

ktrgb —by Falkirk, Linlithgow, &c. eaftward, and by Kslfyth

Stirling, Perth, &c. northward, arrives at 7 o'clock, every snorn

ind departs at 8 every night.

'Dumbarton—by Luis, Tarbert, Inveraray, &c, to the Weft High-

.lands; arrives at the Poii~ej&cc, and depart* every forenoon.


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A Lift of the Departure of the Stage Coaches, and the

Fare annexed to each.

Carlijle—By Sanquhair and Dumfries, a coach from Vlx. Bain's,

every Monday, Wednefday, and Friday, at 3 afternoon-, fare to

Dumfries, 27s. 6d. to Carbfle 35s.

Edinburgh—A coach lets off from the Bull- Inn, at 7 o'clock, morning

from the Star Inn, at 4 every afternoon; fare r6s. arrives at

Edinhurgh in 7 hours. A long Coach, from J. Reid's Tontine,

at 3 o'clock afternoon, fare Ids. outfide 7s. Alfo a coach from

D. Morrifoo's, t8o, Trongate, and the Tontine every morning,

at 9 o'clock; fare, 10s. outfide 7s.

Paifley—Coaches from Brafh & Reid's, bookfellers, Trongate, at

IO o'clock, forenoon, and at 5 o'clock afternoon, every day,

except Wednefday, when the hours are 9 o'clock forenoon, and

5 and 7 o'clock afternoon; fare 2s and from D. Morifon's, 180,

Trongate, at 7 afternoon, fare is. 6d. outfide is Alfo the Caravans

for Paffengers, arrive at Smith's, oppofite the Tron church,

and in the New-Wynd, every forenoon, and depart at 6 at night

every day (Sunday excepted) fare is.

Greenock—The long Coach every lawful day, at 8 morning, from

Mr. Bain's and Buil-Inn; ieaves Greenock fame day, at 4 afternoon;

fare 5s. Alfo a long Coach from the fame place, at 4

afternoon; fare 5s. Another Coach every lawful day at 4 afternoon,

from Mrs. Wrights, 635, Ar^yil-ftreet; fare js.

Stir'iug— From the Bull-Inn, and from Mr. Bain's, at 2 o'clock,

every morning (Sunday excepted) fare 8s.

Hamilton— c\ Coach from Mr. Brown's, 81, Gallowgate, every

Monday, Wednefday and Saturday, at 6 o'clock, afternoon ; fare ?.s.

Dumbarton— A C®ach from Mr. Burn's, Bull- inn, every Monday

Wednefday and Friday, at 5 o'clock, afternoon; fare 5s.

Falkirk and Lithgo


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Alha, at Miller's, 40 King-ftreet; arrives and departs on Wed-

nefday.

Appin, at Gow's, 93, Trongate, once in three weeks,

Auchierarder, at M'Luckie's, Bl < kfriars Wynd, once a fortnight.

Auchtermucbty, at Millar's, 40, King-ftreet, arrives on Thurfday*

and depart fame day.

Balfrvn, at Provan's 11 9,^Trongate, and at Ronald's and Blair's

Candleriggs twice a week.

Bannockburn , at Millar's, 4c, King-ftreet; arrives on Wednefday,

and departs fame day.

Bathgate, at. Colquhoun's. 57, and Loudon's, 59, Gallowgate; and

at Miller's 40, King-ftreet, arrive on Friday, and depart fame day.

Bellshill, ati-AlIan's, 125, Gallowgate; arrives and departs four times

a week.

Beith, at Howie's, Ronald's, and M'Kean's, New-wynd; arrives on

Tuefday, and departs on Wednefday.

Berwick, Old Shipping Co. Martin's Court, 61, Buchanan- ftreet;

arrive and depart almoft every lawful day.

Berwick, New or Union Shipping Co. St. A. fquare; arrive and

depart almoft every lawful day.

Biggar, at Brown's, 8 t, Gallowgate, and Lightbody's, SufFolk-ftr.

once a week.

Bonhill; 'at Ronald's, New-wynd; arrive on Monday and Thurfday,

and depart on Tuefday and Friday.

Botroivflounnefs, at Mrs-JPaterfon's, 78, New-wynd, and at Ofborne's,

Gallowgate; once a week.

Buchanan , at Blair's, 76, New-wynd; arrives on Tuefday, and departs

on Wednefday.

Buchlivie,\t Provan's, 119, Trongate, arrives onTuefday, and depart

on Wednefday.

Cullender, at M'Luckie's, Bhckfriar's Wynd; arrives on Wednefday,

and departs on Thurfday, weekly.

Campfic, at Bavidfon's, 21c, and at M'fntyre's, 287, High- ftreet

arrive on Wednefday and Saturday, and depart fame day.

Cambufnethati, at Sommervili's, 343, Gallowgate, once a week. '

Caflle Douglas, at Miller's, 40, King-ftreet, arrives on Thurfday, and

departs fame day,

Carnivath, at Lightbody's, SufFolk-ftr. Gallowgate; once a fortnight.

Carluke, at Reid's, St. Andrew's La»e; arrives and departs twice

a week.

Cathrine, at Miller's, 40, King-ftreet; arrives and departs on

Tuefday.

Craufurdjohn, at Allan's, 40s, Gallowgate; arrives on Tuefday, and

departs fame day.

C>iejfi at Arthur's, 57, High-ftreet; arrives on Wednefday, and departs

on Thurfday.

Cumbernauld, at M'Luckie's, Blackfriar's Wynd, twice a week.

Cumnock, at Millar's, 40, Kiag-ftreet, and at Ronalds, 73, Newwynd;

arrive on Friday, and depart fame day.

Dalmell'mgton* at Miller's, 40, King-ftreet; arrives ©n Thurfday,

departs fame day once a fortnight.

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Dairy, at Robb's, 60, Gallowgate; arrives on Tuefday, and depart*

on Wednefday.

Dar-vel, at Ronald's, 73, New-wynd; arrives on Tuefday, and de*

parts on Wednefday.

Denny, at Arthur's, 57, High-ftreet; arid at Ronald's, New-wynd,

arrive and depart twice a week.

Don't 1

as, at H. Reid's, 380, Gallowgate; arrives on Tuefday, and

departs fame day.

Down, at Connel's, 93, rjigh^ftreet; once a week.

Drymen, at Miller's, 40, King-itreet, Blair's Candleriggs and at

Provan's, 119, Trongate, arrive on Tuefday and Friday, depart

on Wednefday and Saturday.

Dumfries, at Miller's, 40, King- ftreet; and at Ronald's, New-wynd,

arrives en Friday, and departs fame day.

Dumbarton, at Provan's, 119, Trongate, and at Ronald's, 73, Newwynd;

arrive on Monday and Thurfday, and depart on Tuefday

and Friday.

Dunfermline, at Miller's, 40, King-flreet; arrives and departs on

Wednefday.

Dundee, at Miller's, 4©, K.ing>»ftr. at the Weigh- houfe; arrive and

depart on Wednefday, once a fortnight, and at Donaldfon's daily.

Danield, at Arthur's, 57, High-ftrcet; arrival and departure un-

certain.

JLaglcfham, at Currie's Saltmarket, once a week.

Edinburgh, at Nimrno's, Wilfou- ftreet, at Aitken's, Candleriggs, at

M'Coikle's, and. at Howie & Go's, Brunfwick-ftrect; arrive and

depart daily.

EngMJk Carritrt, to London, by way of Carlifle, Manchefter, &c.

Scott, Brunfwick-ftreet; arrives and departs daily. Henderfon,

Candleriggs, arrives on Monday, Thurfday, and Saturday, and

depart* fame days. To London, by Edinburgh, NeWcaftle, Leeds,

&c. Howey & Co. Montrofe- ftreet, daily Poll Waggons, for

goods and paftengers. ,

and at Mrs. Paterfon's, 78, New-wynd, arrive Wednefday and

Saturday, and dt part fame day.

Falkirk, at Glafs's, 19, Candleriggs, at Miller's, 40, King ftreet,

arri% r e on Wednefday, and Saturday, and depart fame days.

Fintry t at Arthur's, and at Connell's, High-ftreet, and at Provan's,

119,, Trongate; arrive on Tuefday, and depart on Wednefday.

Forres, at Reid'6, 380, Gallowgate; arrival and departure uncertain.

Fart'william, at Cow's, 9^, Trongate, once a month; arrival and de-

parture uncertain.

Galloway, at Miller's, 40, King- ftreet, and at M'Cracken's, 46,

High-ftreet, once in 3 weeks, and at Provan's, 119, Trongate;

arrive on Thurfday, and depart on Friday, every week.

Galfion, 94, at M'Kean's, New-Wynd; arrives on Wednefday, and

departs fame day.

Gartmore, at Blair's, New^Wynd; arrives on Tuefday,

on Wednefday,

and departs

Girvan, at Miller's, 40, King ftreet, and at Reid'g, St* Andrew's

lane; arrive on Thurfday, and depart fame day.

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Gretmch, at M'Ewan's, and at M'Corkle's, Brimfwick ftreet, arrive

and depart daily.

Hamilton, at Dale's, 4 J 3> Galiowgate, at R-eid's, St. Andrew's lane,

and at Coiquhoun's, 437, Galiowgate; arrives on Monday,

Wednefday, Friday, and Saturday, and departs fame days.

Hellenfkurgh, at Bryfon's, and at Crier's, Argyll-ftreet; arrive and

depart once a week.

Inveraray, at M'Kechnie's, Back-Wynd, and at M Farlane's, I48,

Stockwell, and at 32, Candieriggs; arrive and depart once a

fortnight.

Invemefs, at Miller's, 40, King-ftreet; arrival and departure un-

certain.

It vine, at Miller's, 40, King-ftreet, and at Mrs. Paterfon's, 78,

New- Wynd; arrive on Tuefday and Friday, and depart Wednefday

and Saturday.

John/ton, at Reid's, St Andrew's lane, twice a week; arrives and

•departs fame day.

Kilbarchtin, at M'Farlane's, I48, Stockwell; arrives on Wednefday,

and departs fame day.

Kilmarnock, at Arthur's, 57, High-ftreet, at Miller's, 40, King-ftreet,

and at Ronald's, New Wynd; arrive on Tuefday and Friday,

and depart fame days.

Kilfytb, at M'Luckie's, Blackfriar's wynd; arrives on Tuefday and

Friday, and departs fame days; and at Neiifon's, 274, High-ftr.

arrives on Wednefday and Saturday, and departs fame days.

Kit-winning, at Miller's, 40, King-ftreet, and at Ronald's, 73, Newwynd;

arrive on Tuefday, and depart on Wedaefday

Kincardine, at Samuel Lang's, Candleriggs ; arrives and departs once

a week.

Kinrofi,, at Miller's, 40, Kiag-ftreet; arrives on Thurfday, and

departs fame day.

Kilbride, at tfl.% Galiowgate; arrives and departs four times a

week.

Kippen, at Connel's, 03, High-ftreet; arrives on Tuefday, and departs

on Wednefday.

Kirkcudbright, at Miller's, 40, King-ftreet; arrives on Friday, and

departs fame day.

Kirkintilloch, at Buchanan's, 4, Bell ftreet, and at Hardie's, 25,

High-ftreet; arrive on Wednefday and Saturday; and depart

fame days.

Lanark, at M'Gregor's, 44a, Galiowgate, at Maitiand's, 4$!,

Galiowgate, and at Reid's, St. Andrew's lane; arrive on Monday,

and depart on Tuefday; and at Corbet's, Galiowgate; ar-

rives on Thurfday, and departs on Friday.

Lcfmahago, at Robb's and Dale's, Galiowgate; arrives on Monday

and depart* on Thuefday. .,

Linithgotv, at Glafs's, so, Candleriggs, arrives on Wednefday, and

departs fame day.

.Locbiuinnoch, at Robb's, Co, Galiowgate, and at M'Kean's, 94,

New Wynd; arrive on Wednefday, and depart or Thurfday.


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Lavghchn, at Pro van's, uo, Trongate, once a fortnight.

Lcadhills, at Allan's, 125, Gallowgate; arrives on Tuefday, and

departs fame day.

Larkhall, at Reid s, St. Andrew's lane, arrives and departs'oit

Wednefday.

La/*, at Gow's, 27, Stoekwell; arrives on Thurfday, and departs y«

Friday.

Mauchline^t Provan's, it 9, Trongate, and at Miller'?, Kino-.fVreet:

arrive on Tuefday, and depart fame day.

Maybole, at Miller's, 40, King* fir, arrives and departs on Thurfday,

.Moffat, at Arthur's, High-itreet, once a fortnight.

Aduirkirk, at Reid's, St. Andrew's lane; and at Lighthody's Suffolk-ftreet,

arrives on Monday, and departs on Tuefday.

Neil/ion, at Vane's, Bridgegare; arrives and departs twice a week.

JSeivcaJile, Iffa at Her.derfon's, Candleriggsj arrives on Monday

and Thurfday, and departs on Wednefday and Saturday.

Keivmills, at Ronald's, 73, New- Wynd; arrives on Tuefday, and

departs on Wednefday.

JXewlon Douglas , and W'tgUn, at Friovan's, 119, Trongate; and at

Ronald's New-wynd, arrives on Thurfday, and departs on Friday,

once a fortnight.

New Galloway, at Miller's, 40, King-icreet; arrives and departs

on Thurfday, once a fortnight.

Oban, at MTarlane's, 148, Stockwcll, and at Gow's, 93, Trongate;

arrival and departure once a fortnight.

Perth and Ditfidee, at Donaldfon's, Brunfwick-ftreet, every day;

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of. Nintan's, it Miiler's, 40, King-ftreet ; arrives on Wedhefdayj

and departs fame day.

Tarko'.ton, at Miller's, King-ftreet; arrives and departs on Tuefday.

Thornhill, at Miller's, King-ftreet, on Thurfday, once a fortnight,

and at ConneJ's, High ftreet; arrives on Wednefday, and departs

on Thurfday.

.

Wbit&w>n> at Lightbody's, Gallowgate; and at Miller's 40, King-fir.

arrives and departs, Friday once a week.

Wr/haiv, at Reid's, St. Andrew's lane, once a week.

ENGINES for EXTINGUISHING FIRE.

No. A. Stands firft doer above the Meal-Market, Montrofe ftreet;

Key to be found

School Wynd.

in Patrick Smith's, Slater, Old .Grammar

No. B. Stands clofe by the Potatoe-Market; Key to be found wiffo

Edward Douglas, i2 4,Trongate, and in the Clerks' Chamber.

No. C. Stands clofe by the Potatoe-Market; Key to be found in the

houfe of Thomas Fleming, flater. Barbers' land, Saltmarket.

No. D. 'Stands clofe by the Meal Market, Montrofe ftreet; Key

to be found in the houfe of Alexander Wilfoh, fkter, 204,

George-ftreet

"^o. E Stands clofe by the Potatoe-Market; Key to be found with

„ James Sommerville, Back- Wynd.

No.T, Stands clofe by the Potatoe-Market; Key to be found with

Edward Douglas, 124, Trongate, where keys may be had for

all the Engines-

Fcuf Large Calks for fupplying the Engines with water, ftand at

the North End of the Wynd Church: Keys to be found as above* *

Managers of the POLICE of the City of Glasgow*

THE Lord Provoft, three Baiilies, Dean of Guild and Deacon

Convenor e% officio, and twenty four Commiflioncrs, chofen by Inhabitants

poffefiing houfes of £10. yearly rent and upwards. The Funds

lor defraying the Expencc to be raifed in the following manner.

(An annual cjfejfment not

At 4I. and under 61. fief ling yearly, •

exceeding

3 Jd. per pound fterling,

At 61. and under 1 ol. do. -, 5a. do.

At 10I. and under 15I. do. - 7-§d. do.

Awd at J5I. fterling yearly or upwards, led. sto


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The City is divided into twenty-four Wards, or DiftriAs; tmder

rhe infpedhon of twenty- r our Commiffioners, chofcn upon the fir ft

Monday of September annually. Mr. Walter Graham, Matter of

Police; I Sergeant; 14 Officers, 3 of whoa* are Conftable?; and

74 Watchmen.

REGULATIONS.

A Conftable with four of the above Officers are to attend alternately

*t the Police Office, Candleriggs, half an hour before the

Watchmen take their ftatittft, to call the rr.il of the Watchmen, and

mark fuch as are abient. The Conftable and Officers are thereafter

to patrole the ftreets until between two and three in the morning,

or longer if neceffary; to obferve if the Watchmen are doing their

duty; to apprehend vagrants and disorderly perfom; and to give,

in writing, a report of the whole tranfaclions, in the morning, to

the Mafter of Police.

The Watchmen are: to-be on their refpe&ive Stations, in the

months of April to September inclufive, at 10 o'clock at night, and

continue till 5 in the morning; and in the months of Oclober to

March incluGve, at 9 o'clock at night, and continue until 6 in the

morning; and to fweep the ftreets twice a week before 9 in the

morning.

The Compiler cf this Work having obtained a complete Copy of the

plan adopted in numbering the bovfes,fhjp.i, \3?c. nvitbin the City, m April

I893, be tbinks it may not he an unacceptable addition to infert it at

Igngtb , for thefake of information and taction to the inhabitants,

THE Lord Provoft and Magiftrates having given orders that ?11

the houfes, (hops, warehoufes, and cloffes, or other entries within

the City (hall be numbered with, figures painted on the doors or,

other confpicuous parts thereof; and the name of each ftreet (hall.

be painted on the corner houfes, and having remitted the execution

of it to the Board of Commiffioners under the Police Ad, intimation

is hereby given, that any perfon who {hall wilfully deface any\

of thefe numbers or names of Streets, when painted, mall, for every

fuch offence, forfeit a fum not above 40s. nor, under l.os. Sterling;

snd, in future, in all new paintings of fkop doors, &c. where a temporary

defacing of the number may be unavoidable, the occupier,

will be careful to replace the original number on a conspicuous part,

and in a figure eafily legible, within the fpace of ten days after having

been fo defaced, certifying to thofe who reiufe or neglect, 10 do

fo, if their doors be without number for above £0 day*, that they

are liable in the fame oenaltie:;- as thofe are, who wilfully deface

numbers, as mentioned above." See Advert'fement pubhjhed in ell

the Glafgotu New/papers, and pofed and put up on iks tr, "covjji ffttM

farts of the City, dated 2Qtb April, 1802,


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The folio-wing is the plan adopted by the Board of Police in con-

{eouenre of the above remit from the Magiftrates.

I. The name of e.ery Street is painted on each of the two Corner

hrufes, at e-.ch od of it, and, alfo on each Corner-houfe where

it creffes any other Street.

II. Every Street has a fct of numbers for itfeJf, beginning at No. i,<

and going op. progrcffively to the greateft Number contained in it.

III. Every Front-door in the Ground flats, and every intervening

Clofs or Entry, has a progrefilve Number; for example, No. i,. being

a Shnp or Houfe, a Clofs or Fmtry coming nest, is No. z and

t

a Shop next again, is No. 3, and fo on.

IV. The No. 1, in each Street, is put on the firft Front door on

the left hand fide, and continuing on that fide with the Numbers

progrefiWely, to the extremity; it croffes over to the oppofke fide,

and the following Number is painted on the fii ft. Front-door there,

continuing the progrtffion to the end oppofite to which it began.

V. As '* Grouuo-fUr prclently entered to by only one Front door,

rory be nhered into Shops, 6sc. fo as to have two or more Frontr^bv

occafion an alteration in the numbers; in order

..^inftthis, where any fuch houfe occurs, as many Numbers

arc omitted as it may be thought this houfe may produce of

additional Front-doors. If the Houfe is fifty feet long, three Number*

arc: omitted; if forty feet long, two Numbers; and, if thirty

feet Jong, one Number, 'For example, if fuch a houfe falisto be No.

20, and if fifty feet long, the one Door that is in it, is painted No.

40, and the Numbers 21, 22, and 23, are omitted; (hut, if the

houfe has no Front-door, but entet s by a Clofs belonging to the adjoining

Tenement, then No. 20, is alio omitted) and the next door

cr Clofs is painted No. 24: but this rule is confined to Streets

where there is a probability of fuch alterations taking place.

VI. As in fever al of the New Streets vacant Grounds occur, a rule

ftmilar to the laft is obferved; that is, by omitting four Numbers.

for every fifty feet of vacant Ground, and fo in proportion for a iefs

quantity of Ground.

VII. Every Clofs or other Entry, has within it a fet of Numbers

for fcfclf, beginning at No. I, and going on progreffive'y to the

greateft Number contained in it. For example, a Clofs. whatever

its Street number may be, the firft Houfe, Warehoufe, &c. within,

©u the left-hand fide, is painted No. I; the next No. 2, and fo on to

the head of the Clofs; then croffing, it returns on the right-hand

fide, back to the Clofs: but where it happens that a Clofs has no

Moufes en the left-hand fide, then the No. 1. is painted on the Door

that is fartheft up in the Clofs on the right-hand fide; and where

a. Stair- cafe contains more poffeffions than one, after the Numbers

'S. , 2, and fo on, have been painted on the feveral Doors, whatever

Number it contains in whole, is painted in abridgment on the Lintel

or Entry to it. For example, if it contains five Numbers with-

in, there is painted on the Lintd or moft cemfpicuou* part of the

Entry into if, No. X to j„


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VIII. The blanks Ufc by qmirtjng Number?, as in Claufe3 V.

andVI.it it, probable, will be found iuffitaettt for a!i additional

Front-doors, which maj for a long time be produced. But, if i c

ihall happen that a Ft\ nc-door is produced, for which no frumber

has been left, fuch Door is to be p intcd with an interm

Number. For example, ,if this Door comes immediately between

No. 40, and 21, it fete be painted No. — , to fignify, that it is the

jkcondpoffcinjn of this Nu nber.

ibis rule v.iil eaftly apply to poffeffions divided w'thhi Cloffcs,

&c. ami is grcnt'y preferable, on many accounts, to any attempt ro

regulate, by mwp.naMg, the whole Numbers in a Street, or in a

CU.'fs,

.

If the Inhabitants are attentive to keep up their Numberlegible

flat*, agreeably to the above, it will be eafy tor the Pu

of this Work to give the fhorteft and at fame time the moil r. 'cu-

rate direction to their lodgings, even where theie are within C1o1T.js,

by inferring the name, Street number, and interior number, all in

a line, E. G, John Brown, No. 22, 11, High-Greet; that is, in

Clofs, No, 22, and No. if, within that Glofs, And they will ob~

ferve, that if they fuller their Numbers to be obliterated, and do

net immediately replace them, they incur penalties,

Rate of Rents Yialle to have Soldiers Billeted on the Occupiers,

All under L.i, exempted altogether.

10

15

i0

I5-.8

20 . . 2

30 .%

— 3 — 3

s — 5

At L.% and Under L.$ . . 2 Soldiersfor I Week, or t i,-. e^ch.

3 — IO . . 2 — ft —-— % do.

4 — , 4

do.

do.

^o.

30 40 . . 2 6 - 6 do.

40 50 . . 2

50 and upwards, . . 2

7

— 8 ——

7 do.

.

& do.

No houfes to be Bill: ted upon a fecond time,, till the whole

Houfes jn the City liable, mail have been regularly gone over.


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DUTIES ON BILLS, fcfc

tS,J > KO^fiSSOR'S Notes, Sc •:-'.'

Derrand ot 3/fcr Late. OZrf Uwrv- '

Neiv

Dttvj

i. 4 t. A

1

. £.t and not a >w« jC-5

Above £i : 5 do. . . . 3

5 . i :

c Above 30 . . do. . . . .NO

• ejr : 6

1

a :

6

Above 50 . . . do.-. .. . ICO a : Above ICO ... do. . . . aoo

y

3 '

3 .

A bnve

Above

AbV>v«

20c . , . do. . . . 500

COO . . . do. , . . 1000

TOCO . . . do.

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.

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4

5

7

IO

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6

N. B. g^aridnot above £.5 : if an Demand. 6 : 8

5

FOREIGN BILLS 0/ EXCHANGE

.' £.100 ... One Shilling.

. For any Sum not exceeding . .

Above £.100 and not exceeding 200 . . . One and Sixpence.

Two Above aoo . .

Shillings.

E :r\ Bill of each riet, Is chargeable with the refpeftive Duties.

.

INDENTURES, LEASES, BONDS, &c.

Every Sheet of an Indenture, Leafe, Bond, or

Do do

100 and under

do above £ 100

£.0

1

14

4

Q

o

Insurance on Gaoos, Merchandise, l?fe.

For . . £.100 or under Five Shillings.

100 prcgrefiive'y, or fractional part . . Five Shillings.

Where the Premium pall not exceed the Rate of Ten Shillings.

. £.ico or under. (To Infured) ..... Two and Sixpence.

. For

Every 100 progrefiively. or fractional part do. { do.

RECEIPTS. Commencing 10th O&ober, 1803.

For £.z and under £.10 Twopence.

For 10 ditto .... 20 » . • . Fourpence.

For ao. ditto .... 5a Eightpence.

For 50 ditto .... 100 One Shilling.

For 100 ditto .... aoo Two Shillings.

'

For 200 ditto .... joo .....; Three Shillings.

and upwards Five Shillings.

Receipts in full of all Demands, Five Shillings.

Receives of the Money to pay for the Stamp under the penalty of L.io,

exciting where the Money h payable to his Majerty, or for his life, wh«g

tile Stamp k, payable by the requirer of the Receipt

3f kg Public are requested, when Removals take place,

w Chdnge of Partners, &c. to leave notice therefore at

the Sh i of the Puhli/kers, on or b/fore the \st of June

?xt edition.

V may be inferted in their proper plac

Frhued by N>-ven % Napier W KhuU^ Trongate QUfgpw.

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