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168 JACK. GENERAL DIRECTORY. JEFFREY.
Jack & Anderson, writers, 24 Hutcheson street.
Jack, Andrew, eating-house, 257 Argyle street.
Jack, D., & Co., stationers, envelope manufacturers, black borderers, and account-book
makers, 43 Jamaica street, house, 75 Abbotsford place.
Jack, David, agent, 49 Duke street.
Jack, George, contractor, 25 Bridge street.
Jack, James, grocer and provision merchant, 107 and 109 Stockwell st., ho., 105 do.
Jack, James, grocer and victualler, 74 Garscube road, house, 30 Grove street.
Jack, James, Courier Office, lb Argyle street, house, Rosehill, Pollokshaws road.
Jack, John, & Co., basket and toy warehouse, and firework makers, 47 Trongate,
house, 42 King street.
Jack, John, grocer and spirit dealer, 18 Oxford street.
Jack, John, bootmaker, 205 Cowcaddens street.
Jack, Jobn, Airdrie carrier, Nile street, Gallowgate.
Jack, John, jun., victualler, 72 Gallowgate, house, 29 St. Andrew's square.
Jack, Paterson, & Co., upholstery and cabinet warehouse, 37 Buchanan street, works,
175 Hope street.
Jack, Peter, medical botanist, and vapour bath establishment, 109 Main street, An-
derston, house, 11 Hope street. — See Advertisement in Appendix.
Jack, Robert, cotton-mill furnisher and commission agent, 76 Virginia street.
Jack, Thomas, of Hamilton and Jack, house, 3 Jane street, Blythswood square.
Jack, Thomas, provision merchant, Bazaar, house, 6 Stirling street.
Jack, Thomas, turner, hand and power-loom weaving-utensil maker, 78 Main street,
Bridgeton, house, 68 do.
Jack, William, grocer and victualler; 64 and 231 Cowcaddens st, ho., 8 Buccleuch st.
Jack, William, fishmonger, 264 George street.
Jack, William, & Co., curriers and leather merchants, 23 Saracen's lane, house, 10
Great Hamilton street.
Jack, Mrs., 19 Blythswood square.
Jack, Mrs. James, tobacconist, oils and colours, 50 Adelphi street, Hutchesontown.
Jack, Mrs. Peter, coal agent, 99 Rottenrow.
Jack, Mrs. Thomas, 84 North Hanover street.
JACKSON, Alexander, grocer and spirit dealer, 111 Rottenrow.
Jackson, Andrew, & Son, grain merchants, 65 Oswald street.
Jackson, Edward, hosier, glover, and shirtmaker, 20 Argyle street, house, 11 West
Campbell street.
Jackson, George, of Andrew Jackson and Son, house, Kelvinside cottage, Hillhead.
Jackson, Hugh, sheriff-officer and constable, 192 Main street, Gorbals.
Jackson, James, of Andrew Jackson and Son, house, 3 Burnbank.
Jackson, John, 12 Rutland crescent.
Jackson, John, saddler, 409 Gallowgate, house, 12 Moore street.
Jackson, John, milk-shop, 1 90 West Nile street.
Jackson, John, dairyman, 35 Muslin street.
Jackson, John, provision merchant, 26 Rose street, Hutchesontown.
Jackson, John, of Andrew Jackson and Son, house, 9 Kelvingrove place.
Jackson, Robert, bookseller, stationer, map and chart warehouse, 5 St. Enoch square,
house, Sandyford.
Jackson, Robert, timber merchant, 29 Douglas street, house, 12 do.
Jackson, Rev. Thomas T., D.D., professor of Church History, College.
Jackson, Mrs., 23 Oswald street.
JEFFREY, Alexander, agent for Stonelaw, Eastfield, Lord Belhaven, Westmuir, and
Springhill collieries, 84 Cathedral street. Orders left with W. Murray, 47 George
square, and 1 West George street.
Jeffrey, Alexander, wholesale and retail grocer, 33 Eglinton street, house, 37 do.
Jaffrey, Andrew, of Jeffrey cj' Gunion, house, 85 Candleriggs.
Jeffrey, Archibald, 77 Abercromby street.
Jeffrey, Rev. George, of London Road Church, house, 28 Whitevale.
Jaffrey & Gunion, cheesemongers and provision merchants, 87 Candleriggs.
Jeffray, James, M.D., 137 Clarence place, Sauchiehall street.
Jeffrey, James, shipbroker, storekeeper, and forwarding agent, Exchange buildings,
or Bowling bay.
Jeffrey, James, manufacturer, 110 Brunswick street.
Jeffrey, John, wine and spirit merchant, 358 Argyle street, house, 325 Bath street.

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