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Conway, John, broker, 310 High street.
Conway, William, pawnlmiker, 11, 13, and 15
Nicholas street; house, 6 do.
cot iGAN, Dennis, broker, 65 Bridgegate.
COOK, Charles, grocer and spirit dealer, 16 Wood
lane, Broomiehiw; house, 13 do.
Cook & Bain, provision merchants, 127 Canning
street, Calton ; linuse, 121 do.
Cook, Charles, & Son, slaters, 138 Cowcaddens st. ;
house, do.
Cook, David, of Carphin. Letters left at 100 Com-
merce street.
Cook, D., & Co., engineers, millwrights, & founders,
100 Commerce street.
Cook, James, watchmaker, 121 Canning street.
Cook, Jauies, cf Coolc cj- Walker; house, .31 Patersou
street, Kingston.
Cook, Jas., wine & spirit mercht., 311 Argj'le st.
Cook, John, pattern-de.sii^ner, 98 South Portland st.
Cook, John, stevedore, 7 West street, Tradeston.
Cook, John, accountant, E. & G. Railway Co.'s
otlice ; house, Gallowhill, Campsie Junction.
Cook, John, of Cook (j- Maihleson; house, Lament
villa, Innellan.
(^ook, L., confectioner, 107 Saltmarket.
Cook & Mathieson, brassfounders, gastitters, and
crystal gasalier manufacturers, 7, 9 Waterloo St.,
and 54, 56 Wellinglon street
Cooiv's Patent Composition Co. (limited), 15 Union
street; Arch. C. Currie, cashier.
Cook, Robert, engineer, of D. Cook ij- Co., 100 Com-
merce street ; house, 27 Waterloo [dace.
Cook, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 23 Cleland
street; house, 35 do.
Cook & Walker, general brassfounders, 94 Dale St.,
Cook, Wm., saw, file, plane, and edge-tool maker,
and cutler, 25 Howard street; house, 24 Cook st.
— See Advertkement in Appendix.
Cook, Wm., wine and spirit merchant, 488 and 490
Cook, William, wine and spirit merchant, 122, 124
South Albion street.
Cook, William, pattern de^igner and lithographer,
14 Garthland street; house, 107 Eglinfon street.
Cook, Mrs., lodgings, 107 George street.
Co-Operativk Tailors, tailors and clothier*, 124
COPESTAKE, Moore, Crampton, & Co., lace and
sewed muslin manufacturers and warehousemen,
26 Buchanan street.
COPLAND, George, & Co., tea, coffee, & spice
merchants, G5 Jamaica street.
Copland, Jolin, clothier, 6 7 Oswald street.
Copland, Moses, messenger Commercial Bank ;
house, 24 Garscadden street.
CORBETT & Co., lea & coffee merchants, 29 St.
Enoch's square.
Corbett, A. G.,ofCoi-beU^f Co.; house, Hillhead.
Corbett, James, farmer, Stobcrcss.
Corbet, Robert, biick-niaker and builder, 3 Fordneuk
Corbett, Robert T., M.D , 112 West Regent street.
Corbet, Ro., watchmaker & jeweller, 227 Argyle st. ;
house, 8 Stanley place. — See Adv. in Appendix.
Corbet, Robert, wine& spirit merchant, G4 Clyde St.,
Port-Dundas; house, 34For(h street.
Corbett, Thomas, merchant, 129 St. Vincent street;
house, 8 Buckingham terrace.
Corbet, William, furniture print glazier, 8 Bishop
street, Anderston.
Corbet, William A., of W. D. HvgginsiS^ Co.; house,
148 Randolph terrace.
Corbitt, Wm., & Co., Rotherham stove, grate, &
fender manufacturers, Masbro' AVorks Depot, 32
St. Enoch squaie; II. Meredith, agent.
Corbett, Mrs. James, 25 Waterloo place, Kingston.
Corlet, Mrs. William, furniture cover, print, & tick
glazier, 8 Bishop street, Anderston.
Corbett, Mrs. George, milliner & dressmaker, 320
Corbett, Miss, lodgings, 49 Main's street.
CORDIER, Madame, Veronica Prioress, 58 Char-
lotte street.
CORE, Jas., & Co., Clyde cut nail works, 4 Cook st.
Core, James, of James Core cf- Co.; house, 116
South Portland street.
Corfu Steam Packet Office, 6. & J. Burns, 9
I Buchanan street.
! CoKic-CuTTEKs' Committee Rooms, 34 Turner's ct.
Cork Steam Packet Office, 48 St. Enoch tquare;
Lewis Potter & Co., atients.
Cork Steam Packet Office, 86 Broomielaw.
Corn Exchange, 81 Hope street.
CORRY, Wm., & Co., aerated water manufacturers,
Belfast ; wholesale depot, 20^ York street.
CORSAIR, David, grocer and victualler, 102 Great
Hamilton street.
Corsar, David, & Son, canvas manufacturers, 11
Dixon street; P. M. Duff, agent.
CORSE, Miss, 150 Holland street.
CORSTORPHIN , Nathaniel, tailor & clothier, 39
Stockwell street.
COSGROVE, Edward, pawnbroker, 67 Garscube
road, and 10 Grove stieet, Cowcaddens.
COSH, Thos., tobacconi.^t & general furnishings,
26 Stobross street; house, 43 do.
COSTELLAN, M. R., tide surveyor, Custom-hou.?e ;
house, 8 Houston street.
COSTL?]Y, Andrew, spirit merchant, S3 Dale St.,
Bridgeton ; house, 47 Reid street.
Costley, Robert, fruiterer & confectioner, 36 Canning
street ; house, do.
Costello, Patrick, spirit merchant, 34 Trongate;
house, 221 Gallowgate.
COTTON, Charles S., general commission agent, 86
We.-^t street, Tradeston.
COTTRIL, James, professor of music, Pol^-technic
Institution ; house, 105 Dumbarton road.
COUBROUGH, A. P., of D. McGregor cj- Co.;
house, Blanefield, Strathblane.
Coubrougli, James, spirit merchant, 74 Havannah :
house, 49 Duke street.
Cowbrougli, Murray, bandana & sewefl muslin ma-
nufacturer, 100 Queen street, and 163 Ingram
street; house, 152 Randolph terrace. Hill street.
COULSON, G. R. & Co., merchants, 13 John st.
CouLson, G. F., of G. F. Coulson <^ Co.; house, 8
Sandyford place.
Coulter, John, builder & proprietor, 52 Tj^lefield st.
Coulter, William, tailor and clothier, 45 John st.
Coulter, Mrs. Thomas, grocer and spirit dealer, 138
Reid street, Bridt:eton.
COULTHARD, John, hotel keeper, 63 Wilson st.
County Fire Oriice, Regent st., London ; agents,
Robert Gow, jun., 71 Queen st. ; Tolmie & Reid,
8 Prince's square, and Bruce & Murray, 30 Ex-
chanj;,e square.

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