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Bogje, J. Y., milliner, staj', and straw-hat maker,
294 Argyle street; house, 292 do.
Bogle, John, cliiircli officer, St. George's-in-the-
Fields; house, 269 St. George's road.
Bogle, Peter, & Co., cotton spinners, 1 St. Vincent
place; works, Barrowfield spinning factory, 149
Eeid street, Bridgeton.
BOGUE, R. A., clothier and hatter, 113 Ingram
strecit; house, IbrosLholra, Paisley road.
Boiler Works, Lilybank, top of Eglinton St., Wm.
Wilson ; house, 222 Pollokshaws road.
BOILEVIX, F. A., & Co., brandy merchants, An-
gouleme, France ; John K. & Daniel Orr, agents,
133 J St. Vincent street.
BOLTON", Andrew Miller, teacher of dancing and
calisthenics, 33 Bedford street; ho. 5 Tylefieldst.
Bolton, George, grocer, 186 West Nile street.
Bolton, J. C., of Ker, Bolton, cf Co. ; house. Car-
brook, near Stirling.
Bolton, Michael, contractor, 5 Govan street.
Bolton, William, professor of dancing and calis-
thenics, Victoria Assembly Rooms, 235 Buchanan
street; house. Hawthorn cottage, Helensburgh.
BONAR, Rev. Andrew A., minister of Free Church,
Finnieston; house, 65 St. Vincent crescent.
Bonar, J. & R., grocers, wine and spirit merchants,
6 Eglinton street; house, 8 do.
Bonnar, Neil, cotton gauze manufacturer, 127 and
129 Dale street, Tradeston.
Bonar, Mrs., 5 Mansfield place.
Bonded and free warehouse keepers, Peter Riii-
toul & Co., 19 York street.
BONE, Alex., wine and spirit merchant, 86 and 88
Nelson street, Tradeston; house, 38 do.
BONESS, Robert, remnant warehouse, 38 Steel st.;
house, 26 Low Green street.
BoNNYBRiDGE Dyeing and Scouring Company, 62
West Nile street.
BONNYBIAN, Rev. Jaines, Catholic clergyman;
house, 38 Portugal street.
BOOG, John, saddler, 16 Renfield street; ho. 255
Sauchiehall street.
BOOK, Dr. M. J., professor of French, Free Normal
Seminary; house, 151 Hill street, Garnethill.
Book, Madame, teacher of German, 151 Hill street,
BOOKLASS, George, carver and gilder, 27 Dunlop
street; house, 9 Dundas street, Kingston.
Bookless, Mrs., dressmaker, 44 Sauchiehall street.
BORLAND, Alexander, at Muter tj- Miller's; house,
525 Gallo^vgate.
Borland & Fleming, tailors, clothiers, and hatters,
192 Argyle street.
Borland, John, of Borland t^- Fleming; house, 123
Dumbarton road.
Borland, John, potato salesman, Edinr. and Glasg.
Railway Station; house, 39 Duke street.
Borland, Rev. John W., minister of Gillespie U. P.
Church, Great Hamilton street ; house, 90 Regent
terrace, Stirling's road.
Borland, John, grocer, 204 Pollokshaws road.
Borland, Robert, cooper, Anderston Distillery ; ho.
8 Greenhill street.
Borland, Robert, of Borland i.f Steven ; house, 502
Borland & Steven, firebrick and Roman, cement
grinding works, 26 East Market street.
Borland, Thomas, victualler, 190 Gallowgate ; ho.
39 Duke street.
BORRON, Price, & Co., glass and bottle manufrs.,
Glasg. Glass Works, Anderston & Port-Dundas ;
office, 12 Prince's square.
Borron, William Geddes, glass and lead manufactr.,
Glasg. Glass Works, Anderston & Port-Dundas;
house, 217 West George street and Leadhills.
BORROWS, J., & Co., smiths and cartwrights, 392
Parliamentary road.
Borrows, Jeremiah, baker, 169 Gallowgate ; house,
194 do.
BORTIIWICK, Adam, teacher of writing, arith-
metic, and book-keepiijg, 4 West Prince's street.
Borthwick, Alexander, & Son., smallware merchants,
91 Buchanan street.
Borthwick & Co., iron merchants, 131 Buchanan st.
Borthwick, Hector G. S., of Borthwick 4' Co. ; ho.
Rose cottage, Hillhead.
Borthwick, John B., of A. Borthwick 4' So7i; house,
124 Douglas street.
Borthwick, Morris, & Co., insurance brokers, 131
Buchanan street.
Borthwick, William M., teacher of writing, arith-
metic, and book-keeping, 10 Newton street.
Borthwick, Mrs. Alexander, 124 Douglas street.
BOST, A., & Co.. metal brokers, 135 Buchanan st.
Bost, A., of A. Bost cf Co.; house, Dalmuir cottage,
Bost, T., of A. Bost cf- Co. ; house, 4 Kelvingrove st.
BOSTON, John, engraver & lithographer, 12 Argyle
arcade; house, 20 Cathcart street, Kinning park.
Boston, Thos., seal engraver, 12 Argyle arcade.
Boston, Halifax, and New York Royal Mail Steam-
Packet Office ; G. & J. Burns, 9 Buchanan st.
BOSWORTH, Mrs., 2 Wellcroft place.
BOUSFIELD, Chas. IL, of Finlayson, Boiisfeld, (f
Co. ; house, 2 Clarendon place.
BOUCHER & Cousland, architects, 5 Bath street.
Boucher, James, of Boucher cj- Cousland; house, 43
Holmhead street.
BOW, A. & T., brick and tilemakers, builders, and
cement and stucco manufacturers, West street,
Bow & Co., coalmasters. Mid Wharf, Port-Dundas.
Bow, James, of A. cj- T. Bow; house, Junction
cottage, Pollokshields.
Bow, John, manufr. and merchant, 15 Candleriggs ;
residence, Bogton house, Cathcart.
Bow, William (late leather merchant), Clydeview,
Bow, William, silk mercer, woollen and linen draper,
193 Trongate ; house, 24 Cumberland place.
Bow, Mrs., druggist, 143 Garngad road.
BOWATER, James, spirit merchant, 9 Cranston st.
BOWDEN, M. J., accountant. Union Bank of Scot-
land; house, 150 Bath street.
BOWDIDGE, Tiiomas, officer of inland revenue,
22 St. Andrew's lane ; house, 128 Cumberland st.
BOWER, Oliver, hardware & stationery merchant,
30 Well street, Calton.
BOWES, Thomas, dairyman, 156 High street.
Bowes, William, porter, at John Fergusson ^ Bro-
thers', house, 64 George square.
BOWIE, Adam, engineer, Hydepark st. ; ho. 35^ Ox-
ford street.
Bowie, Andrew, engineer, mill-wiight, smith, ma-
chine and vice-maker, 116 Cheapside st, ; house,
435 Argyle street.
Bowie, Archibald, wright and builder, 5 Thistle st. ;
house, 66 Houston street.

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