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Porter, Robert, watchmaker, 252 Argyle street ; ho.
Alma place, Shawlands.
Porter, Rev. S. T., Independent minister, Bath Street
Independent Church; resid. Woodend, Partickhill.
Porter, Samuel, muslin gas-singer, 30 Mitchell St.
Porter, Thomas, brick, builder, 503 Gallowgate.
Porter, Thomas, cowfeeder, 21, 23 Portugal street.
Porter, Thomas, merchant, 161 Hope street.
Porter, William, nail and rivet manufacturer, 1481^
; Paislej'' road ; house, 2 St. James' street.
Porter, Wm., brickmaker and builder, 1 Annlield st.
Porter, W. E., draper, 8 Soraerville place.
PORTEEFIELD, William, potato merchant, 39
• Devon street.
PoETLAND Iron Works Office, 168 West George st.
Portland Iron Works; works, Hurlford, Kilmarnock;
offices, 33 Eenfield street.
Portland Steam-Packet Office ; Handyside and Hen-
derson, 45 and 51 Union street.
Portland (U.S.) and New York Steam-Ship Office;
Jas. & Ales. Allan, 70 Great Clyde street, agents.
PoKTRUsii Steam-Packet Office, 75 Jamaica street;
T. Cameron & Co., agents.
Portrush Steam-Packet Office, 133 St. Vincent st. ;
MacConnell & Laird, agents.
Portuguese and Ottoman Vice-Consul ; John
Mitchell, 18 East Clyde street.
Portuguese Steam-Packet Office; Handyside and
Henderson, 45 and 51 Union street.
PossiL Colliery Office (at Wilson & Co.'s), 172 West
George street.
Post-Office, George square.
Post, and Paisley and Renfrewshire Reformer Office,
15 Turner's court.
POTT, Mrs., 2 Royal terrace.
POTTAGE, J. C, homoeopathic chemist, 89 Union st.
POTTER, Alexander (of Potter, Wilson, & Co.),
72 Great Clyde street; residence, Glenlee house,
near Hamilton.
Potter, Lewis, & Co., ship owners, and agents for
Liverpool Traders, and Dublin Steamers, 72 Great
, Clyde street.
Potter, Lewis (of Lewis Potter & Co., and Potter,
Wilson, & Co.), 72 Great Clyde street ; residence,
Udston house, near Hamilton.
Potter, Robert, 3 Craignestock place.
Potter, Thomas, ironmonger and mill furnisher, 31
Canning street; house, 101 King's Park place,
Potter, William, tailor, 42 Bedford street.
Potter, Wilson, & Co., merchts., 72 Great Clyde st.
Potter, Mrs. Thomas, refreshment rooms, 116
Canning street.
POTTS, Henry, agent, James and Thomas Usher,
brewers, Edinburgh ; 40 Union street ; house, 9
Cambridge street.
Potts, Henry, watchmaker, 134 Cowcaddens ; house,
30 Scotia street.
POWELL, Michael, provision merchant, 17 Ruther-
glen loan.
Powell, Thomas, teacher, Freeland School, Taylor
street ; house, 13 Ronald street.
Powell, airs. G., 86 North Frederick street.
POWRIE, Robert, spirit merchant, 103 High st. ;
house, 113 Duke street.
POYNTER, John E. (of John Poynter & Son), ho.
Clydeneuk, Uddingston.
Poynter, John (of John Poynter & Son), house,
Clydeneuk, Uddingston.
Poynter, John, & Son, chemists and drysalters, 72
Great Clyde street, and Shaw's Water Chemical
Works, Greenock.
POZZI, William, tailor and clothier, 96 Eglinton st.
Peactical Mechanic's Journal Office ; offices,
(Patent Offices), 166 Buchanan street.
PEAGNELL, Mathew Henry, wine and spirit mer^
chant, 82 Broomielaw, and 122 Clyde street ; ho.
70 Robertson street.
PRATT, Arthur, painter and paperhanger, 162 Hope
street ; house, 40 Cook streets
Pratt, Robert, wright and glazier, 39 Victoria street,
PRENTICE & Inglis, tinned plate manufacturers,
224 Dobbie's loan.
Prentice, James, & Co., ironfounders, Eock Foundry,
109 Main street, Gorbals.
Prentice, James, leather and gutta percha boot and
shoe manufacturer, 19, 21 Trongate; ho. CrosshiU.
Prentice, William, smith, 119 St. James' road.
PRENTY, John, spirit dealer, 264 Gallowgate; ho^
31 Charlotte lane.
PeesbyteeiaNS, Church, 68 Charlotte street, Ales.
Denovan, minister,
PRESTON, James A. (of Preston & MacArthur),
house, 8 Morris place, Mouteith row.
Preston & MacArthur, hemp, iron, and steel, wire-
rope and twine manufacturers, 27 Glassford street;
works, 207 Dalmarnock road.
Preston, Mrs., 211 Dalmarnock road.
PRICE, John, contractor, 04 Parson street.
Price, Joseph, livery stable keeper, 147 Bath lane.
Peice's Patent Candle Co. (Limited), 4 Morrison's
court, 108 Argyle st., London, and Bromborough
Pool, near Birkenhead.
Price, William, pastry baker, 557 Gallowgate.
PRIDIE, George (of M'Mathie & Pridie), house, 50
Whitevale street.
PRIESTLY, William, teacher of the pianoforte, 83
Elderslie street.
PRIMROSE & Co., coppersmiths and brassfounders,
31 and 33 Washington street.
Primrose, Edward, jun. (at Thomas Primrose's, 25
Carlton court), house, 17 Nicholson street.
Primrose, Edw. (of Primrose & Co.), ho. 351 Bath st.
Primrose, Peter, 24 Royal crescent, Sauchiehall st.
Primrose, Thomas, tinsmith and gasfitter, 25 Carlton
court ; house, 54 Grant street, Helensburgh.
Primrose, William, baker, 28, 32 King street, Trades-
ton ; house. Primrose place, Paisley road.
PRINCE, Simon, watch manufacturer and jeweller,
80 Buchanan St.; ho. 2 Meadowbank pi., Partick.
Prince Arthur Consolidated Mining Co. (Limited),
146 Buchanan street.
Prince's Theatre Royal, 100 West Nile street and
Buchanan street ; Mrs. E. Glover, manager.
PRINGLE & Alexander, seed merchants, 32 St.
Enoch square ; seed stores, Alston street.
Pringle, James C., remnant and drapery warehouse,
32 Kent st. ; house, 11 Annfleld st., Gallowgate.
Pringle, John, glass, china, and earthenware mer-
chant, and importer of foreign goods, 25 Jamaica
street; house, 12 Eegent Park square.
Pringle, John, tea dealer (wholesale), 41 Oswald St.;
ho. 149J Randolph place. Hill street, GarnethilL
Pringle, Peter, glass and china merchant, 154 Ar-
gyle street; house, 96 North Hanover street.
Pringle, Quintin, teacher, 265 St. George's road;
house, 9 Scotia street.

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