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Junk, 1847.
Postmaster. — James Walter Sebright, Esq.
Chief Clerk Mr. Henry Ellis Ebbels.
Accountant. — Robert Cochrane,
Clcrh of the Paid Letter Window ^ ^^"^ M'Farlane.
•^ I William Clyde.
Junior Clerk. — William Blackett.
Sup. of Carriers Ewikg Maclkam.
4' William Rule.
Senior Clerks of the Money Order Office < Robert Rkid.
C Robert Wilson.
Junior Clerk of do Alexander Johnston.
Penny Post and Receiving- House Clerks \ R«^^^^^i' U"^ Macdonald.
^ ^ i James Taylor.
' Despatching Clerks. — John MacCall, Thomas Reid, Thomas "Wilson, Williaia
Kewely, A. C. Henderson, James Thomson, James Henderson, Andrew Burns, J. P,
Burke, Henry Sutherland, Patrick Blake, W. H. Kilroy.
■ Six Stampers, three Newspaper Sorters, fifty-one Letter-Carriers, four Town Re-
ceiving-House Bag Collectors, three Railway and Coach Messengers, and six
Country Runners.
The PAID LETTER WINDOWS are opened at 7-30 a.m., and shut at 10-^0
p.m.; on Sundays from 8 to 10, 1-15 to 1-45, and 4-15 to 10-30 p.m.
Delivery is made at the same hours to Merchants having private boxes, and to
Strangers who have their correspondence addressed to the Post Office.
The MONET ORDER DEPARTMENT is opened at 10 a.m., and shut at 5
p.m.: no attendance on Sundays and Fast days.
The LETTER CARRIERS are in attendance in their ofiice every week day, at
6-30 p.m., for the purpose of answering inquiries for undelivered letters.
FIRST DELIVERY, 7-30 a.m., with mails from England, Gretna, Eeclefc-
chan, Lockerbie, Dumfries and Galloway, Leadhills, Stonehouse, Uddingstonc,
Parkhead, Tollcross, Moffat, Abington, Douglas, Lesmahago, Lanark, Hamilton,
Botliwell, and Strathaven ; — Edinburgh and North, Linlithgow, Grangemouth, Fal-
lark, Bathgate, Whitburn, Cumbernauld ; — Ireland, Portpatrick, Stranraer, Caicn-
ryan, Ballantrae, Girvan, Maybole, Ayr, Kilmarnock, Fenwick, Newton ; Thornhili,
Sanquhar, Kirkconnel, Cumnock, Mauchline, Auchinleck, Symington, and towns on
the Kilmarnock and Ayr and Glasgow Railways ; — Grbenocr, Largs, Port-Glasgow,
Bishopton, Paisley ; — Stirling, Callander, Alloa, Denny, and Loanhead, Lennoxtori,
Milton, Fintry, Balfron, Killearn, Strathblane, Kilsyth, Kirkintilloch, Bishopbiigx,
Spingbum ; — Inverary, Fort- William, Strontian, Appin, Oban, Bonaw, Dalmally,
Cairndow, Arrochar, Luss, Alexandria, Renton, Drymen, Bonhill, Dumbarton, He-
lensburgh, DuDglass, Old Kilpatrick, Duntocher, Dalmuir, Partick ;— Airbkie,

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