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APPENDIX.
POST-OFFICE, GLASSFORD STREET.
June, 1854.
Postmaster EDWARD D. JAMES, Esq.
Chief Clerks,
(HENRY ELLIS EBBELS.
JEWING MACLEAN.
(ROBERT COCHRANE.
(ROBERT REID.
f JOHN MACFARLANE.
j WILLIAM CLYDE.
) JOHN MACCALL.
L JAMES D. PORTEOUS.
Inspector of Letter Carriers, WILLIAM RULE.
ACCODNTANTS,.
Clerks of the Letter Window,.
Penny Post and Sub-Office Clerks,.
(JAMES TAYLOR.
JTHOMAS REID.
GENERAL DESPATCHING CLERKS.
John Coates,
Walter Dawson,
Roderick Torrie,
William Porteous,
James Grisdale,
Daniel Baxter,
Robert Keane,
James Crawford,
Lauchlin M'Lean,
John J. Brown,
Thomas Maclennan,
Thomas A. Montgomery,
Alexander Torrie,
Daniel Scott,
Malcolm Nicolson,
Matthew Dale,
William Smith,
James Lemon,
Samuel M'Millan.
MONEY ORDER OFFICE.
Chief Clerk, R. H. M'DONALD.
fALEXANDER JOHNSON.
WILLIAM BLACKETT.
General Clerks, <j JAMES HENDERSON.
HENRY BLAKE.
t JAMES KILTY.
Eight Stampers, four Newspaper Sorters, seventy Letter Carriers, two Railway and
Coach Messengers, two Porters, and six Country Runners.
The LETTER WINDOWS are opened at 7.30 a.m., and shut at 10 p.m. ; on
Sundays from 8 to 10 a.m.
Delivery is made at the same hour to Merchants having private boxes, and to
Strangers who have their correspondence addressed to the Post-Office.
The MONEY ORDER DEPARTMENT is opened at 9 a.m., and shut at 5 p.m.
No attendance on Sundaj r s and Fast-days.
BRANCH OFFICES have been established at 140 South Portland Street ; 37 Main
Street, Anderston ; and 44 Canning Street, Calton.

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