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Blair, James, spirit merchant, 39 Bridge street.
Blair, John (at J. & W. Crum & Co.'s), 4 West Re-
gent street.
Blair, John H., victualler, 280 High street ; house,
3 New vennel.
Blair, John (of John Blair & Co.), house, Knowe,
Blair, John, painter and paperhanger, 69 Garscube
road, Cowcaddens.
Blair, John, tea merchant and grocer, 69 Bridge st.,
and Gushethouse, Anderston ; ho. 267 Argyle st.
Blair, John, & Co., hat and cap manufacturers, 34
Howard street.
Blair, John, wine merchant, 63 Trongate ; house, 3
Morris place.
Blair, John J., fruits and confections, 120 S. Cum-
berland street; house, 122 do.
Blair, John, spirit merchant, 49 West street, Trades-
ton ; house, 51 West street.
Blair, Wm. H., letter-carrier, P.O.; ho. 21 William
street, Greenhead.
Blair, William, furniture dealer, 23 Royal arcade ;
house, 5 Russell street, west.
Blair, William, plasterer, 6 Hatter's row, off Dalmar-
nock road ; house, 53 Main street, Calton.
Blair, Mrs., 18 Russell street, east.
Blair, Mrs., 29 Florence place, Stanley street.
Blair, Miss, boys' dressmaker, 1 03 Cowcaddens st.
Blair & Balderston, Misses, boys' dressmakers, 26
South Apsley place.
BLAKE, William, stationer, lithographic printer,
&c., 64 West Howard street ; house, Bishopbriggs.
BLAKENEY, John, mathematical, nautical, and
optical instrument maker, 94, 96 Jamaica street ;
works, 26 Turner's court ; house, 5 NichoLson st.
BLAND, Harcourt Beatty, professor of elocution,
162 Sauchiehall street.
BL.A.NE, Andw.,confectioner,92 Stevensonst., Calton.
Blane, John, 38 West Campbell street.
Blake Valley Railway Co., J. Keyden, secretary,
186 West George street.
Blanefield Printing Co., J. & A. Coubrough, 77
Queen street.
Blantyre Works. See H. Monteith & Co.
Blantj-re Yarn Warehouse, 1 1 George square.
BLAW, John W., tobacconist, 30 New St., Calton ;
house, 26 do.
BLEAK LEY, James, house agent, 58 Alma place,
Port street.
Bi.ociiAiRN Iron Co. malleable iron works, Bloch-
airn; office, 43 West Regent street.
BLOOM FIELD, Louis, watchmaker, jeweller, and
foreign coin and note and bullion exchanger,
second-hand watches taken in exchange, 48, 64
Broomielaw and 3 Oswald street.
BLUE, Edward, tobacconist, 374 Argyle street.
Blukvalk Sessional School, 478 Duke street.
BLYTH, Rev. George, 11 Lawrence pL, Partick.
Blyth, H. M., 17 Douglas street.
Blyth, Thomas, bootmaker, 98 Buchanan street;
house, 23 Carlton place.
Bljrth, Jlrs., 28 Cowcaddens street.
Blyth, Mrs., 98 South Portland street.
Blythswood Estate Office, 81 St. George's place;
Jonathan Rankine, factor and commissioner; R.
Lauchlin, accountant.
BOAG, Andrew, engraver and lithog., 52 Argyle St.;
house, 45 Crookston street.
Boag, A., & Co., grocers, 11 North Claremont street.
Boag, James, wine and spirit merchant, 79 Main St.,
Bridgeton ; house, 1 Muslin street.
Boag, John, bootmaker, 271 George street; house,
77 South Portland street.
Boag, John, iron and metal merchant, 100 Holm
street ; house, 225 St. Vincent street.
Boag, Robert, joiner and cabinetmaker, 164 Trong ;
house, 57 Stockwell street.
Board of Trade Office for survej* of passenger steam
vessels — shipwright surveyor, Geo. Barber ; engi-
neer surveyor, IJ. R. Robson, Custom-house.
BOARDMAN, James, die-sinker, stamp and seal
engraver, 55 Charlotte lane; ho. 41 Cliarlotle st.
BOCK, L. A. (of Leisler, Bock, & Co.), house, 5
Pi'rk quadrant.
BOEKEL, J. L., ten — , surveyor Bureau Veritas,
12 Dixon street; house, 16 Shaftesbury terrace.
BOGGIE, Chas., victualler, 75 Brown St., Bridgeton.
BOGLE, Hugh (of H. Bogle & Co.), ho. 71 Moray
place, Queen's crescent.
Bogle, Hugh, & Co., painters and decorators to her
Majesty, and artists for every description of stained
and gilded glass, gilders, paperhangers, &c, 123
St. Vincent street ; workshops, 3 St. Peter's lane.
Bogle, J. & W., milliners, drapers, &c., 51 Eglioton
street ; ho. 4 Regent park terrace, Strathbungo.
Bogle, J. Y., draper, 133 North street.
Bogle, John, house factor, 269 St. George's road.
Bogle, Peter, & Co., cotton-spinners, 7 St. Vincent
place ; works, Barrowfield spinning factory, 149
Reid street.
Bogle, Thomas, draper, 294 Argyle street ; house, 49
Cadogaii street.
Bogle, W. R., commercial traveller, 133 Queensberry
place. North street.
Bogle, Wm., draper, 294 Argyle street ; ho. Regent
Park terrace.
BOGUE, R. A., clothier and hatter, 113 Ingram st. ;
house, Rosedale, Ibroxholm.
Boiler Works, Lilybank, 325 to 349 Eglintonst. ;
W. Wilson, proprietor,
BOILEVIN, F. A., & Co., brandy merchants, An-
gouleme, France; J. K. & D. Orr, agents, 58
Oswald street.
Boilevin, F. A., & Co., wine merchants, Bordeaux;
John K. & Daniel Orr, 58 Oswald street.
BOLTON, Andrew Miller, teacher of dancing, 45
South Portland street; bouse, 5 Tyletield street.
Bolton, Andrew, jun., professor of dancing, 235 Bu-
chanan street.
Bolton, J. C. (of Ker, Bolton, & Co.), house, Car-
brook, near Stirling.
Bolton, Michael, contractor, 5 Govan street.
Bolton, Wm.,jun., teacher of dancing, 45 S. Portland
street; house, 5 Tylefield street.
BONAR, Rev. Andrew A., of the Free Church,
Finnieston; house, 64 St. Vincent crescent.
Bonnar, Neil, manf., 60 York street, Little Govan.
Boiiar, Mrs , 5 Mansfield place.
BONESS, Robert, remnant warehouse, 38 Steel st.
and 26 Low Green st.; ho. 7 S. Wellington pi.
BONNYMAN, Rev. James, Catholic priest ; church,
44 Duke street; house, 33 Duke street.
BOOG, John, saddler, 16 Renfield street ; house, 95
Douglas street.
BOOKLASS, George, carver and gilder, Buchanan
court, 75 Argyle st.; ho. 26 Patersonst., Kingston.
Booklass, Mrs., dress and cloak maker, 44 Sauchi. st.
BOOTH, John, hotel keeper, 30 Dunlop street.

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