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MEDICAL AND SCIENTIFIC INSTiTUTIONS.
99
TRADES' SCHOOL.
This school was established in 1808, and affords
a five years' course of instruction in the English and
commercial branches, together with music and scrip-
ture knowledge, to 108 boys and 108 girls, the sons
and daughters of freemen of any of the incorpora-
tions ; and the girls are also taught sewing and
knitting.
Jas. Galloway, head master; J. S. Cook, second
master; Miss Ross, industrial department; J. Rob-
son, music master; W. Stewart, drawing master.
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SCOTLAND.
GLASGOW BRANCH.
President, R. Ness, St. Matthew's School; trea-
surer, K. M. Miller, Ibroxholm Academy; secretary,
D. Fletcher, 30 Cleveland Street. Committee of
management — A. M'Taggart, Martyr's School ; T.
Neill, Academy, Elgin Street; J. M'Aulay, St.
Stephen's Parish School; D. T. Aitken, Blind Asy-
lum ; Dr. Laing, Anderson's University ; J. A. Miller,
Maryhill Parish School ; J. Preston, Milton Schools ;
Rev. W. Leggatt, Buchanan Institution ; J; Wylie,
Free St. George's School ; J. Donald, St. Rollox
School; D. W. Elder, Clydesdale Academy; J. A.
Thomson, Green Street School ; J. A. Craigie, Free
St. John's School.
The meetings are generally held in the High
School on the third Saturday of each month, from
October to May, when lectures are delivered and
matters discussed connected with education. All
interested in the cause of education are invited to
attend.
NORMAL INSTITUTION.
IM CONNECTION WITH THE CnUECII OF SCOTLAND.
Rev. Dr. Jam.ieson, convener; G. W. Snodgrass,
treasurer; J. Leitch, rector and correspondent ; Grace
Foulis, matron.
Students' Hall. — Principles of teaching, Religious
Knowledge, Classics, &c., J. Leitch ; E. M. Dixon,
B.Sc, Lecturer on Physical Science and Mathematics ;
J. Robertson, Lecturer on History ; J. Stevenson,
Lecturer on Geography; Drawing, A. Banner, from
the Department of Science and Art; Music, W.
Moodie ; Needlework, Grace Foulis.
Practising Schools. — Senior Department, G. Mur-
ray ; Second Master, R. Hunter ; Junior, D. Forsyth,
A.M. ; Mistress, E. Aitken ; Initiatory, W. Young ;
Infant School, I. Bain and M. Clark; Music, W.
Moodie ; Needlework, Grace Foulis ; Pianoforte,
Misses Foulis and M'Callum ; Drawing, A. Banner,
from Department of Science and Art; janitor, J.
Cunningham.
GLASGOW LADIES' COLLEGE.
Established in 1845.
218 Adelaide Place, and 19D Pitt Street.
Lady Superintendent, and seven Governesses.
Principals, A. Montgomerie, LL.D., and A. Cro-
shaw Johnson, R. A.M.
English, &c., Dr. Montgomerie, and Mr. J.
Hardie.
French, M. Chardenal, B A., of the High School,
and M. Lacaille. B.A., of the University Hall.
German, Professor Koerner.
Elocution, Mr. Walter Baynhani.
Arithmetic, Dr. Montgomerie.
Writing, Mr. Joha Flint and Mr. John Mac-
pherson.
Drawing, Mr. R. Brydal), of the Government
School of Art, and Mr. C. F. Woolnoth.
Pianoforte, Messrs. Howden, Croshaw Johnson,
Krausse, Moss, and Whitham.
Vocal Music, Mr. A, Croshaw Johnson.
Dancing, Mr. Martinus Thomson.
Needlework, Governess.
MEDICAL AND SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTIONS.
GLASGOW ROYAL INFIRMARY.
Directors — The Lord Provost, the Members of Par-
liament for the City, the Dean of Guild, the Deacon
Convener, Dr. W. T. Gairdner, Professor of Medi-
cine ; Dr. A. Thomson, Professor of Anatom.y; Dr.
J. G. Fleming, President of the Faculty of Phj'sicians
and Surgeons; Bailie M'Lellan, W. M'Ewan, John
Bell, Professor Cowan, Rev. Dr. Paton, Dr. Wm.
Weir, Dr. Peter Stewart, and Dr. Wm. Lyon.
Elected by the General Court — John Brov>'n, jun.,
W. Whyte, A. Ronaldson, P. Clouston, J. Campbell,
A. Whitelaw, J. Couper, Sir J. Lumsden, Wm.
Galbraith, and H. Brown.
Dr. W. T. Gairdner, Dr. Steven, Dr. Perry, Dr.
M'Call Anderson, Dr. M'Laren, and Dr. Scott Orr,
physicians; Dr. E. Watson, Dr. D. Dewar, Dr.
M'Leod, Dr. G. Buchanan, and Dr. J. Morton, sur-
geons; Dr. P. A. Simpson and Dr. Lindsay, dispen-
sary physicians ; Dr. Charteris, Dr. A. Wood Smith,
extra dispensary physicians ; Dr. Dunlop and Dr.
A. Paterson, dispensary surgeons; Dr. R. Watson,
Dr. R. Smart, and Dr. H. C. Cameron, extra dis-
pensary surgeons; Dr. Tannahill, vaccinator; H.
Mackenzie, apothecary; Dr. M. Thomas, superin-
tendent ; Miss Tait, matron ; Dr. J. Coats, patho-
logist and curator of museum ; J. H. Topping,
chaplain ; W. B. Ililliard, cupper ; J. Brown, jani-
tor ; W. Pearston, house steward ; P. Clouston, hon.
treasurer; H. Lamond, 64 W. Regent St., sec;
J. Wallace Robertson, 20 St. Vincent PI., cashier.
DISPENSARY FOR DISEASES OF
THE CHEST.
Open for gratuitous advice to poor patients on
Tuesdays and Fridays, at 1 o'clock.
The Duke of Hamilton and Brandon, patron ; Sir
G. Campbell, Bart., of Succoth, Sir R. M. Napier,
A. Campbell, of Blythswood, D. C. R. Carrick
Buchanan, of Drumpellier, and W. T. Gairdner, M.D.,
directors ; Professor P. A. Simpson, M. A., M.D., 8
Brandon Place, physician ; G. F. Christie, 62 George
Square, treasurer.
GLASGOW PUBLIC DISPENSARY FOR
DISEASE OF THE EAR.
99 North Montrose St.
This charity is open on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays, at 3 o'clock. Advice gratuitous.
Surgeon — D. Dewar, M.D., 27 Elmbank Crescent.

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