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Cl\'desdalt5 Bank, Miller Street. — G. Readman,
manager; A. M;itliers, secretary and superintendent
of branches ; M. Balmain, assistant manager ; D.
Ferguson, accountant ; J. Cameron, assistant secre-
tary ; J. Paterson, P. Clark, R. Carruth, inspectors
of branches; F.Johnston signs pro manager; D.
Macmillan, D. NicoU, W. H. Smith and W. McKis-
tiock, tellers. Branch offices — 96 Trongate, P. B.
Jnnor, agent; Sloor Place branch, T. Keay, agent;
Hutchesontown branch, W. Denham, agent; Lau-
rieston branch, J. Russell, agent; Paisley Road
branch, R. M'Kinnell, agent ; Covvcaddens branch,
M. VVotherspoon, agent ; Anderston and Cranston-
hill branches, H. Laird, jun., agent; Calton and
Bridgeton branch, F. G. Dougall, agent. Draw on
Barnett, Hoares, & Co., London ; and London and
Westminster Bank, London ; Liverpool Union Bank,
Liverpool; Manchester Union Bank (Limited) and
branches; Manchester and Liverpool District Bank
and branches ; W. W. Brown & Co., bankers. Leeds;
Birmingham and Midland Bank; Sheffield Banking
Company and branches; W. H. Lambton & Co,
Newcastle and branches; Hnddersfield Banking Co.
and branches; Hull Banking Co. and branches;
Halifax Joint Stock Bank ; Carlisle City and Dis-
trict Bank and branches ; West of England and
South Wales District Bank, Bristol, and branches ;
National Provincial Bank of England and branches;
Moore & Robinson, bankers, Nottingham ; Coventry
Union Bank; Yorkshire Bank, Leeds, and branches;
Lancaster Banking Company and branches ; Bank
of Whitehaven (Limited) ; Whitehaven Joint Stock
Bmk; Barnsley Bank ; County of Gloucester Bank,
Cheltenham and branches ; Derby and Derbyshire
Bank and branches; Messrs. Gurney & Co., Nor-
wich, and branches ; Royal Bank of Ireland, Dublin ;
National Bank and Branches; Ulster Bank and
branches ; Belfast Bank and branches ; North of
Scotland Bank, Aberdeen, and branches; Caledonian
Bank, Inverness, and branches ; certain branches of
the City of Glasgow, National, Royal, and Union
Banks ; Bank of British North America and
branches; Union Bank of Halifax, Nova Scotia,
and Union Bank of Australia, and branches.
Commercial Bank of Scotland, 10 Gordon
Street — Agents, Stuart and Sloane ; accountant, R.
Mitchell ; tellers, S. Peploe, A. Home, T. S. Mitchie,
G. Halliday, and J. M'Laren. Sub-branch, 180
Trongate, A. Kerr, pro agents. St. Enoch square,
W. M'K. Cameron, pro agents. Bridgeton, T. Dun,
pro agents. Are agents for, or draw on, the follow-
ing establishments : — viz., London and Westminster
Bank, London ; Coutts & Co., London ; Bank of
Leeds (limited); Beckett & Co., Leeds; Birmingham
Joint Stock Bank; Boyle, Low, Murray, & Co.,
Dublin; Bradford Banking Company; Bank of
Whitehaven ; Carlisle City and District Bank and
branches; Cumberland Union Bank and branches;
Hardoastle, Cross, & Co, Bolton; Halifax Joint
Stock Banking Company; Hibernian Bank; Hull
Banking Company and branches ; Lam.bton & Co.,
Newcastle; CunlifFes, Brooks, & Co., Manchester and
Blackburn; Leicestershire Banking Company and
branches; Liverpool Commercial Bank; Manchester
and Salford Bank; Manchester and Liverpool Dis-
trict Bank and branches: National and Provincial
Bank of England and branches; National Bank (Ire-
land) and branches; branches of the Bank of Scot-
land; North of Scotland Banking Company and
branches ; Northern Banking Company, Belfast, and
branches; Parr's Banking Company, Warrington,
and branches ; Preston Banking Company and
branches; Royal Bank of Ireland, Dublin; Sheffield
Banking Company; Warwick and Leamington
Banking Company, Leamington ; West Riding
Union Banking Company, Huddersfield, and
branches ; Wolverhampton and Stafl'ordshire Bank-
ing Company, Wolverhampton ; J. & J. C. Wright
&Co., Nottingham; York Union Bank and branches;
Bank of British North America and branches; Wake-
field and Barnsley Union Bank; J. G. King's Sons,
New York; Commercial Banking Company, Sydney,
N.S.W. ; Union Bank of Australia and branches;
De Rothschild Brothers, Paris; Oriental Bank, India,
China, Australia, Cej'lon, and the Mauritius ; Bank
of Natal, Africa; Bank of New Zealand.
The Commercial Bank of Scotland negotiates
bills on every place in Groat Britain and Ireland
where there is a bank or banker ; issue circular
notes; grants drafts or letters of credit on the
principal cities and towns of England and Ireland,
and of Canada, and on New York, Paris, and Ham-
burgh ; grants drafts and letters of credit, and nego-
tiates bills on India, Australia, and New Zealand.
National Bank of Scotland, Queen Street. —
J. Hart, agent ; J. C. Stewart, assistant agent ; G.
B. Hart, cashier. District branches — Argyle Street,
J. Clark, agent ; St. Rollox, J. Stewart, agent ;
Trongate, J. Lament, agent ; Sauchiehall Street,
D. M'Lean, agent; Gallowgate, T. B. Marshall,
agent ; Anderston, J. Paris, agent ; Partick, T.
Arklay, agent; Rutherglen, J. Wallace, agent.
Draw on Glyn & Co., the Union Bank of London,
and Messrs. Coutts & Co., London; and have cor-
respondents in all the principal towns in England
and Ireland, on the Continent, in the Colonies, and
elsewhere abroad. In addition to their own seventy-
one branches, grant drafts or letters of credit on moat
other places in Scotland. Have correspondents in
all the principal towns in England and Ireland.
Also issue Foreign Credits and Circular Notes avail-
able in all parts of the world, and negotiate bills in
every place in Scotland, England, Ireland, and
abroad, where there is a bank or banker.
London Office, 37 Nicholas Lane, E.G., William
Strachan and James Cowan, agents.
National Security Savings Bank of Glas-
gow. — W. Meikle, actuary and cashier; G. H.
Mackay, accountant; W. M'Kim, assistant cashier;
J. Drummond, auditor. Head Office, 99 Glassford
Street, open every lawful day from 10 till 3, and on
Wednesday from 6 till 8 p.m., and Saturday from 5
to 8 p.m. Eastern Office, 107 Canning Street;
Western Office, 2 Dumbarton Road ; open every
evening from 7 till 9, Saturday C till 9. This bank
was established in 1836, under Act of Parliament,
"to provide for the safe custody and increase of
small savings belonging to the industrious classes."
Individuals may deposit from Is. to £30 in a year,
and £200 in all, including interest. Societies may
lodge larger sums. Interest is allowed at the rate
of £3 per cent. The funds of the bank amount to
£1,819,442 14s. 2d. The number of depositors is
73,808. Government annuities from £4 to £50 may
be purchased through this Bank.
North British Bank, 1 Victoria Place, West
Regent Street.— Interim managing director, J. Orr ;
cashier, J. Howie. Officers, R. Egliuton, T. Elder,

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