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PORTLAND.-
-GENERAL DIRECTORY.-
-PRIMROSE.
Portland Iron Works, Hurlford, 168 W. George st.
Portland (U.S.) and New York Steam Ship Office;
Jas. & Alex. Allan, 70 Great Clyde st., agents.
PoRTRUSii Steam Packet Office ; Alex. A. Laird,
agent, 72 Great Clyde street.
Portuguese vice-consul ; John Watt, 33 Hope st.
Portuguese Steam Packet Office ; Handj'side & Hen-
derson, agents, 47 Union street.
Positive Government Security Life Assurance Co.
(Limited), 24 St. Vincent place; Jas. Anderson,
dfetrict manager.
PossiL Collieries Office, .50 Renfield street.
Post-Office, George square.
Post-Office Branch, 90 Hope street.
POTTAGE, J. C, homoeopathic chemist, 134 Bu-
chanan street; manager, W. H. Huggins, 13
Holmhead street,
POTTER, Benjamin A. (of Downie & M'Clure, 48
Queen street), house, 29 St. Vincent crescent.
Potter, Lewis, & Co., ship-owners and agents, Glas-
gow and Dublin steamers, Glasgow and Liverpool
steamers and traders, Glasgow and Isle of Man
steamers, 72 Great Clyde street.
Potter, Lewis (of Lewis Potter & Co., and Potter,
Wilson, & Co., 72 Great Clyde street), residence,
Uddingston house, near Hamilton.
Potter, Robert, 17 Binnie place.
Potter, Thomas, general ironmonger and mill fur-
nisher, and agent for patent machinery belting, 31
and 33 Canning street, Calton ; house, 145 Green
Lodge t errace, Greenhead street.
Potter, W. H. (of W. H. Potter & Co.), house, 35
Carnarvon street.
Potter, William, tailor, 73 Eglinton street.
Potter, W. H., & Co., yarn merchants, 14 Ingram st.
Potter, Wilson, & Co., merchants, 72 Gt. Clyde st.
Potter & Taylor (of Manchester), warehousemen, 46
Hutcheson street.
Potter, Mrs. Thomas, refreshment rooms, 116 Can-
ning street.
POTTIE, James, stationer and news-agent, 2 Easton
terrace ; house, 5 do.
POTTS, Ales., Carluke carrier, 164 Trongate.
Potts, J. F., minister. New Jerusalem Church ; resi-
dence, 100 North Frederick street.
Potts, William & Henry, merchants and commission
agents, 132 West Nile street.
POULTNEY, William, wine and spirit merchant,
128 Renfrew street; house, 120 do.
POWELL, Thomas, teacher, Freeland School, Taylor
street ; house, 13 Ronald street.
POWRIE, Robert, wine merchant, 263 London rd. ;
house, 559 Duke street.
POYNTER, John E. (of John Poynter & Son), ho.
Clydeneuk, Uddingston.
Poynter, John, & Son, Buchan Oil Works, Brox-
burn ; office, 8 Prince's square, Buchanan street.
Poynter, John, & Son, manufacturing chemists and
drj'salters, 8 Prince's square, Buchanan street;
Shaws Water Chemical Works, Greenock.
POZZI, William, tailor and clothier, 96 Egliuton st.
PRAGNELL, Matthew Henry, wine and spirit mer-
chant, 82 Broomielaw ; house, Lome hotel,
Ardrishaig.
PRALE, H. A., 103 St. James' road.
Prale, T. A., for the German veneer and log cutting
machines, 103 St. James' road.
PRATT, Arthur, painter and paperhanger, 162 Hope
street; house, 103 Renfrew street.
Pratt, David, (of Niven & Pratt), house, 54 Garnet-
hill street.
Pratt, John Henry, commercial traveller for Clark &
Timmins, Birmingham ; ho. 65 West Regent st.
Pratt & Keith, manufacturers, Aberdeen ; office, 62
Miller street.
PRENTICE, Archd., wright and glazier, Northum-
berland street, Crosshill.
Prentice, George (of George Strathern & Co.), ho.
9 Winton terrace, Crosshill.
Prentice, Jas. E., hay and grain merchant, bottler,
105 Main street, Gorbals.
Prentice, John Pettigrew, veterinary surgeon, 154
St. James' road; house, 139 do.
Prentice, Robert & John P., smiths and cartwrights,
150 and 154 St. James' road ; house, 139 do.
Prentice, Wm., dairyman, 39 Charlotte street.
Prentice, William, & Co., consulting engineer? and
shipbrokers, 17 St. Enoch square.
Prentice, Mrs., 12 Dalhousie street.
PRENTY, John, spirit dealer, 264 Gallowgate ; ho.
9 Suffolk street.
PRESCOTT, Samuel, wine and spirit merchant,
146 Eglinton street; house, 321 do.
Presbyterian's Church, 68 Charlotte st. ; Alex.
Denovan, minister.
PRESTON, James A. (of Preston & MacArthur),
house, 4 Somerville place.
Preston & MacArthur, Barrowfield Hemp and Wire
Ropery, Preston street, London road.
Preston, Richard, umbrella maker, 145 Hospital st. ;
house, 165 do.
Preston, Robert Wm. (Swan & Pentland, 49 Bu-
chanan street), ho. Reidvale st , off Bellgrove st.
Preston, Mrs., 211 Dalmarnock road.
PRICE, Joseph, Jan., & Co., iron manufacturers,
Marshside Iron Works, Workington ; agent, Jas.
Mitchell, 118 Union street.
Price, John, brickbuilder, Glasgow Iron Works, 64
Parson street.
Price, Joseph, livery stable keeper, Byars road.
Price, Elizabeth, tobacconist, 8 North street.
Price's Patent Candle Co. (Limited), 4 Morrison',-^,
court, 108 Argyle street; works, Battersea, Lon-
don, and Bromborough pool, near Birkenhead.
PRIDE, Samuel, dairyman, 12 Dalmarnock road.
PRIES, Adolfo, & Co., fruit, wine, and oil shippers,
Malaga; Wm. Brj'ce & Co., 17 St. Enoch square,
agents.
PRIMROSE & Co., makers of patent and common
distilling apparatus, vacuum pans and other sugar
refining utensils, marine and general copper and
brass work, 31 and 33 Washington street.
Primrose, Edward (of Thomas Primrose & Son), ho.
3 Abbotsford place.
Primrose, Edward (of Primrose & Co., 31, 33 Wash-
ington street), house, 16 Newton street.
Primrose, Peter, merchant, 24 Royal crescent, Sau-
chiehall street.
Primrose, Thomas (of Thomas Primrose & Son), ho.
54 Grant street, Helensburgh.
Primrose, Thomas, & Son, ironmongers, ship chand-
lers, gasfitters, tinplate workers, and manufac-
turers of gunpowder flasks, 71 Jamaica st. ; works,
25 to 29 Carlton court.
Primrose, William, flour merchant, 49 Centre St. ;
house, Carling lodge, Ibroxholm.
Primrose, Mrs. Jane, spirit merchant, 47 Lancefield
quay ; house, 24 Belgrave street.

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