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Orr, William, 3 Burnbank place, Great Western rd.
Orr, Miss, millinery, ladies' outfitting, and baby linen
establishment, 22, 23 Argyle arcade; house, 2
Cobnrg street, north.
ORROK, Mrs., of Orrok, 43 Lansdowne crescent.
OSBECK, Peter, coal, iron, and timber merchant,
12 Dixon street, St. Enoch sq., and Tvne docks.
South Shields, England ; house, 3 Waterville ter.,
North Shields, England.
OSBOKNE, Alexander, -wholesale cheese and provi-
sion merchant, 45 Caiidleriggs ; house, 5 Oakley
terrace, Dennistoun.
Osborne, Hugh (at Alex. Osborne's), 45 Candleriggs;
house, 89 Konh Frederick street.
Osborne, Robert, & Sons, wholesale cheese and butter
meichants, 105, 107, 109 Candleriggs; house,
Thornton hall. Busby.
Osborne, Robert, & Co., bakers, 186 Cowcaddens, and
104 Main street, Maryhill ; house, do.
Osborne, Thomas, cheese and butter merchant, 127
Candleriggs ; house, 2 Grafton place.
Osborne, Mrs., boarding & day school, 62 Buccleuch st.
0SW.4LD, Andre.v, 104 South Portland street, and
Glenan bank, Helensburgh.
Oswald, Miss, milliner and dressmaker, 48 Grove St.
OTTO & Campbell, masons and builders, 35 St.
George's road.
Otto, William (of Otto & Campbell), house, 140
George street.
Otto, Mrs., 140 George street.
OUTCH, Stephen, window glazier, 14 Duke street.
OUTRAM, David Edmund, accountant and share-
broker, and agent for the Life Association of Scot-
land, 1a Royal Bank place ; house, 24 Oakfield
terr:ice, Hillhead.
Outram, George, & Co., publishers and proprietors,
Glasgow Dally Herald and Weekly Herald, 28 St.
Vincent place; night entrance, 17 East George la.
Over Dalserf Colliery ; Francis M'Kean, agent, 20
Dixon street.
OVEETOX Colliery Depot, Gushetfaulds.
Overton Gas Coal Office, 123 St. Vincent street ;
John Wilson, jun.
OVINGTON, Richard, Greenock Foundry Co. (at
A. D. Robertson's). 146 Buchanan street.
OWENS, James, spirit merchant, 6 Terrace street;
lioviso, 48 Maitland street.
Owen, Thos., veneer cutter, Whitehall Veneer Saw-
mill, 36 "Whitehall street; ho. 194 Dumbarton rd.
Owen's Patent Wheel, Tyre, and Axle Co. (Limited),
Rotherham; Hendry Brothers, S Dixon St., agents.
PACKER, John, victualler, 17 Carrick street.
PADON, J. & W., corn factors, 27 Hope street.
PAE, David, barley manufacturer, Perth ; John
Richmond & Co., agents, GO Hope street.
PAG.AN, Dr. J. M , professor of midwil^ry, Glasgow
University; house, 16 BIythswood square.
Pagan, James, grocer and provisitui merchant, 95
Main street, Anderston ; house, 93^ do.
Pagan, James (of Glasyoiv Herald), ho. 24 Newton pi.
PAGE, Alexander, slater and plasterer; yard, 590
Gallowgate; house, 17 East Hill street.
Pago, Francis, cashier, Caledonian Railway Goods
Departmeat, Buchanan st. ; ho. 151 New City rd.
Page, James (of James Palmer & Co.), house, 21
Derby street.
PAILTHORP, Edward, his Lordship's Larder and
hotel, 10 St. Enoch square.
Palethorp, Mrs. John, 58 Renfield street.
Paisley Canal Co., carriers, 9 Ann street.
Paisley Railway Station, 14 Bridge street.
PAi.EiiMO Steam-Packet Office; G. & J. Burns, 30
Jamaica street.
Palermo Steam-Packet Office; Handyside & Hen-
derson, agents, 45 and 61 Union street.
PALMER, James, & Co., oil, soap, and grease manu-
facturers, rosin and paraffin oil distillers, Ander-
ston Oil Works, Bishop st. ; distillery, 83 Pitt st.
Palmer, John, assistant inspector of poor. City Poor
House, Parliamentary road ; house, 8 Dun-
chaltan street.
Palmer, Mrs. C, 21 Derby street.
PAL'fONI, N., artist and photographer, 202 Hope st.
PANTON, Rev. G. A., teacher of English history and
geography, 2 Crown circus, Dowanhill ; ho. 1 do.
Panton, Rev. Geo. A., and Mrs., young ladies' semi-
nary for board and education, 1 and 2 Crown cir-
cus, Dowanhill ; house, 2 do.
Panton, George, & Son, general merchants, watch
manufacturers, dealers in watch and clock makers'
tools and materials, musical instruments, fishing
tackle, &c., 32 Stockwell st. — See Adv. in Append.
Panton, James, of Garthamlock, coalmaster, 85 Bu-
chanan street ; residence, Garthamlock house, by
Paper Siainers and Colour Manufacturers, Clark,
Steel, & Co., Milton Colour Works.
PAPPLE, James, tailor and clothier, 229 Argyle st.
Paragon Foundry, 40 Great Wellington street,
Pai.sley road.
Paraffin Light Co., manufacturers of Young's
patent and mineral oils and lamps ; Oil Works,
Bathgate, West Calder, and Craignestock place,
Glasgow; Lamp Manufactory, Lochrin, Edinburgh;
office, 7 South Frederick street.
Parcel Delivery Co., 17 Miller street; John Hin-
chelwood, manager.
PARIS, James, St. Rollox Malleable Iron Works,
Charles street ; house, 39 North St. Mungo street.
Paris, John, agent. National Bank of Scotland, St.
Rollox branch ; house, 2 Grafton place.
Paris, Wni., manager, Glasgow Iron Works ; house,
208 Bellevue place, Garngadhill.
PARK, Charles, upholsterer and cabinetmaker, 145
West Regent street and 125 West Campbell street.
Park, Gavin, measurer, 148 AVest Regent street;
house, 150 do.
Park, G. & A., wrights, 61|- Paisley rd.; ho. 51 do.
Park, James, fruiterer and confectioner, 63 Cowcad-
dens; house, 61 do.
Park, James, confectioner and draper, 737 and 739
Park, James, spirit merchant, 5 Monkland street;
house, 5 Great Hamilton street.
Park, James, coal and insurance agent, 83 Portland
street, south.
Park, John, & Co., boot and shoe makers, 54 Argyle
street; house, 301 Dumbarton road.
Park, John H. M. (at G. & J. Rae's), ho. 49 Mains st.
Park, Richard (at Johnston, Eraser, & Co.'s), house,
145 New City road.
Paik, Robert B., & Co., sewed muslin manufacturers,
20 South Frederick street.
Park, Robert B. (of R. B. Park & Co.), house. 6
Melrose street.

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