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Granger & Paterson, -warpers, 63 Candleriggs.
Granger, Robert (of Granger & Paterson), house, 18
Little Hamilton street.
Granger, Robert (of Granger Brothers), house, Law-
muir. East Kilbride.
Granger, Thomas, supt.. Gas works, 171 Dumbarton
road, Partick; house, 165 do.
Grainger, William, plasterer, 138 Govan street; ho.
117 Hospital street.
Granger, Mrs. Daniel, dressmaker and milliner, 265
Eglinton street.
Granger, Misses A. & A., milliners, 15 Norfolk st. ;
house, 17 do.
GRANT, Alex, (of George Grant & Sons), house, 2
Park Circus place.
Grant, Alex,, smith, farrier and cartwright, spring
van and lorry builder, &c., 141, 151 Castle street ;
house, 26 Glebe street.
Grant, Alexander, carver, gilder, and picture frame
maker, 87 Bothwell street; house, 52 Douglas st.
Grant, Alexander, & Co., cabinetmakers and uphol-
sterers, 54 Great Clyde street.
Grant, Alexander, millinery, flowers, mournings,
baby linen, and ladies' outfit, 168, 170 Trongate;
house, 7 Somerville place.
Grant, Alexander R., commission agent, 24 Hutche-
son street ; house, 131 Canning street.
Grant, A. B. (of Grant, Somerville, & Co.), house,
28 Sardinia terrace.
Grant, Allan, plumber and gasfitter, 4 Renton ter.,
Grant & Co., merchants, 4 Queen's terrace. •
Grant, D., & Son, tailors and clothiers, 41 South
Albion street.
Grant, Charles, 4 Queen's terrace.
Grant, Rev. Charles, M.A., classical master, Glasgow
Academy ; house, 14 Florence place.
Grant, Rev. Charles M., A.M., B.D., minister, St.
Mary's, Partick ; house. Laurel bank, Partick.
Grant, Daniel (of D. Grant & Son), 41 South
Albion street.
Grant, Francis, & Co., plasterer, Terrace street ; ho.
150 Rottenrow.
Grant, Francis W., teacher, Hutchesontown Sessional
School, 104 Rose street ; house, 256 Eglinton st.
Grant, George, & Sons, cotton spinners and manu-
facturers. Broad street. Mile-end.
Grant, George (of George Grant & Sons), house,
Westthorn, London road.
Grant, G. & W., stationers, lithographers, engravers,
and account-book manufacturers, 43 Union street.
Grant, George (of G. & W. Grant), ho. 9 Bellgrove.
Grant & Hugh, manufacturing ironmongers, smiths,
grinders, &c., 79 Great Hamilton st. — See Advt.
in Appendix.
Grant, James, jun., mason and builder, 54 Carnar-
von street ; house, 55 Grant street.
Grant, James, grocer and provision merchant, 34
Orr street, Calton, and 209, 211 Main street,
Bridgeton ; house, 70 Fordneuk street.
Grant, John, provision merchant, 31 Victoria
street, s.s.
Grant, John, Clyde Bank Foundry, Finnieston ; ho.
Oaklea, Bothwell.
Grant, John, glass and china merchant, 14, 16 Union
street ; house, 292 Argyle street.
Grant, J. C. , & Co,, merchants & agents, 80 Union st.
Grant, Peter, grain merchant, 45 Hope street ; ho.
18 Willowbank street.
Grant, Richard R. (of Paton & Grant, and of Turn-
bull, Grant, & Jack, engineers, Canal Basia
Foundry), house, 8 Windsor ten, St. George's rd.
Grant, Robert, LL.D., professor of Astronomy,
Grant, Robt., tobacconist, 270 Paisley rd ; ho. 268 do.
Grant, Somerville, & Co., shirt manufacturers, 11
St. Vincent place.
Grant, T. Muir, resident secretary, Scottish Widows'
Fund, 114 West George street; residence, 24
Lansdowne crescent.
Grant & Watson, hosiers, glovers, shirtmakers, and
outfitters, 112 Buchanan street.
Grant, William (of Grant & Watson), house, 274
Bath crescent.
Grant, William, restaurant and wine and spirit mer-
chant, 70 Renfield st. ; ho. 60 South Apsley pi.
Grant, William, spirit merchant, 207 Castle street;
house, 109 do.
Grant, William, sen , 9 Bellgrove.
Grant, William, jun. (of G. W. Grant), house, 2
St. George's terrace, Paisley road.
Grant, William (of Grant & Hugh, 79 Hamilton
street), house, 10 Somerville place, Monteitb row.
Grant, William, potter, North British Pottery; ho.
4 Queen's crescent.
Grant, Mrs., 134 St. George's road.
Grant, Miss, lady superintendent, Logan & John-
stone School; house, 71 Greenhead street.
GRASSBY, Charles B., monumental builder and
sculptor, 37 Bothwell st.; ho. 103a Sauchiehall st.
GRAVES, William (of H. L. Schwabs & Co.), 159
West George street.
GRAY, Alex., boot and shoemaker, 6 Gallowgate
and 182 Main st., Anderston; ho. 40 Elderslie st.
Gray, Alexander (of Robert Gray & Sons), 107 St.
Vincent street.
Gray, Alex. D. (at Lilybank Boiler Works), residence,
4 Lome terrace, Nithsdale road.
Gray, Alfred, painter, paperhanger, and decorator,
45, 47 Mains street; house, 114 Bothwell street.
Gray, Andrew (of A. & G. Gray), house, 48 Holm-
head street.
Gray, Rev. Andrew, M.A., minister of Maxwell
parish church, Pollok street ; house, 3 Park grove,
Paisley road.
Gray, A. & G., joiners, trunk, packing-box, and tin-
case makers, 30 Bath street.
Gray, Andrew, hardware and fancy goods merchant,
103 Argyle street; house, 63 George street.
Gray, Andrew, cabinetmaker, 163 Renfield street.
Gray & Buchanan, ship and insurance brokers and
commission merchants ; agents for the sale of
copper, patent j-ellow metal sheathing, zinc, spelter,
felt, &c., 7 Prince's square.
Gray, Charles, grocer and provision merchant, 134
Rottenrow ; house, 8 Hopetoun place.
Gray, Charles, plain and decorative painter and
paperhanger, 156 West George street ; works, 43
West Regent lane; house, 193 Renfrew street.
Gray, Charles & David, Loch Katrine pure malt
whisky distillers, 4 Muirhead street.
Gray, Charles & David, Branch Bonded Stores, 22
Hope street.
Gray & Co., wine merchants, 150 West George st.
Gray & Co., wholesale warehousemen, 195 Argyle
Gray, Crawford (of D. White, Gray, & Co., 54
Broomielaw), ho. 3 Park buildings, Paisley road.

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