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Adam & 'Wright, manufacturers of small -wares, hosiers, glovers, and button factor3 )
Old Post Office court, 114 Trongate.
Adam, Mrs., furnishing shop, 34 East George street.
Adam, Mrs., milliner, 1 Glassford street.
Adam, Mrs. John, spirit dealer, 40 Orr street, Calton.
Adam, Mrs., 132 Renfrew street.
Adam, E., milliner, 54 Buchanan street, house, 6 Franklin terrace.
ADAMS, G, smith and scale-beam maker, 49 Trongate.
Adams, James, & Co., timber merchants, Tradeston Saw-mills, Scotland street.
Adams, James, of James Adams tf Co., house, South Eldon place, Paterson street.
Adams, James, M.D., surgeon, house, 62 Cambridge street.
Adams, James, master mariner, 105 Nelson street.
Adams, John K., of Third, Adams, cf Co., house, 3 Royal Circus, New City road.
Adams, Richard and Robert, teachers of music (cornopean, pianoforte, violin, and
flute), 102 Hill street, Garnethill.
Adams, Thomas Julian, 272 Bath street.
Adams, Mrs. James, lodgings, 60 Renfrew street.
Adams, Misses, teachers of music (pianoforte, concertina, and singing), 102 Hill st.,
ADAMSON, Alexander, spirit dealer, 32 Broomielaw.
Adamson, Alex., & Co., coppersmiths, 38 Stock-well street.
Adamson, A. & W., tailors and clothiers, 212 Argyle St., ho., 120 Thistle street.
Adamson, Andrew, tailor and clothier, 120 Thistle street.
Adamson, Ebenezer, inspector of poor, City Parish, ho., 142 North Montrose street.
Adamson, Oliver G., & Co., commission merchants, 32 George square.
Adamson, Oliver G., of Oliver G. Adamson fy Co., house, 11 Lynedoch crescent.
Adamson, William, glazier, 21 Drury street, house, 3 Killermont street.
Adamson, William F., commission agent, 53 Cumberland street, Hutchesontown.
AD DIE, Gavin, coalmaster, Rawyards Colliery, 83 Jamaica St., depot, Cal. Railway.
Addie, John, dairy, 57 South Coburg street, Laurieston.
Addie & Miller, coalmasters, St. Mary's buildings, 33 Renfield street.
Addie, Miller, and Ranldn, ironmasters, St. Mary's buildings, 33 Renfield street.
Addie, Robert, of Addie and Miller, and of Addie, Wilier, and Rankin, residence,
View Park, Uddingston.
ADDISON, John, C.E., superintendent of the Caledonian Railway, Buchanan street
station, house, South Greenbank.
Adelphi Dyework, Govan street, Hutchesontown.
Adelphi Distillery, 4 Muirhead street.
Adelphi Street Equitable Loan Office, 30 Adelphi street.
ADIE, Andrew, accountant and factor, 1 Princes square, 48 Buchanan street, house,
Eddlestone place, Stirling's road.
Adie, Alex. James, civil engineer, E. & G- Railway Offices, house, Linlithgow.
Adie, William, & Co., spirit merchants, 29 Dobbie's loan.
ADSHEAD, N., stationer, bookseller, and librarian, 184 Argyle street.
Affidavit Office for England and Ireland, Drew & Maclure, 11 Buchanan street.
AFFLECK, John, pawnbroker, 172 Argyle street, and 6 Union street, house, St.
Andrew's road, Pollokshields.
Affleck, John, wholesale and retail watchmaker and jeweller, 8 Union street, house,
St. Andrew's road, Pollokshields.
Affleck, Thomas, muslin manufacturer, 13 James's street, east, house, 17 do.
Affleck, Joseph, house factor and insurance agent, 67 South Portland street.
Affleck, Robert, house factor, 178 Gallowgate.
AGNEW, Andrew, teacher of music, and master of the band of the Glasgow Yeo-
manry, 58 Hope street.
Agnew, James M., teacher of dancing and music, 56 Howard street.
Agnew, John, surgeon, 1 King street, Tradeston.
Agnew, John, tobacco-pipe manufacturer, 103 and 113 Gallowgate.
Agnew, Peter, tailor and clothier, 46 Jamaica street.
Agnew, Samuel & George, boot and shoemakers, leather cutters, and shoe furnishers,
122 Cowcaddens street, house, 154 do.
Agnew, William, agent and umbrella maker, 86 Stevenson street.
Agnew, Mary, victualler, 42 Bishop street, Anderston.
Agnew, Mrs., dressmaker, 58 Hope street.

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