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Rankin, John, haircutter and perfumer, 5 Miller st.
; and 30 Trongiite; house, 14 Sauchiehall street.
Ranldn, John, slater, 20 Craignestock street ; ho.
3 St. John's place.
Rankine, John, provision merchant and grocer, 132
Garscube road; house, 128 J do.
Rankin, John (of James M'iStaughton & Co.), house,
■ 9 West Regent street.
Rankin, Malcolm, & Co., carvers and gilders, 156
Hope street.
Rankin, Malcolm (of M. Rankin & Co.), house, 40
Garscube place.
Rankin, Peter (of Logan & Rankin), ho. 239 High st.
Rankin, Robert, boat builder and boat hii-er, foot of
South Vv^ellington st.; resid. Stonelield cottage, do.
Eankin, Robert, 98 Regent terrace.
Eankin, Robert, grocer and provision merchant, 96
Caledonia road ; house, 98 do.
Eankin, Robert S., 2 Grafton square.
Rankin, Robert, cork manufacturer, Richmond lane,
82 Gallowgate; house, Stonelield cottage, foot of
South Wellington street.
Rankin, Robert (of William Rankin & Sons), house,
9 Rutland place.
Rankin, Thomas, painter, 24, 26 Sauchiehall street;
house, 118 Renfield street.
Rankin, Thomas, flesher, 213 Duke st.; ho. 215 do.
Rankin, Thomas R., housepainter, 40 George street.
Rankin & Thomson, boot and shoe manufacturers,
165 Stock well street.
Rankin, William dairyman, 33 South Cumberland st.
Rankin, Wm., letterpress printer, 37 Jamaica street.
Rankin, Wm., & Sons, cork merchants and manu-
facturers, 96, 98 King street, Tradeston.
Eankin, William, sen. (of W. Eankin & Sons), ho.
16 Castle street, Hamilton.
Eankin, Wm., jun. (of Wm. Rankin & Sons), house.
Castle street, Hamilton.
Rankine, Wm. John Macquorn, LL.D., civil engineer.
Professor of Civil Engineering and Mechanics, 59
St. Vincent street and College ; residence, Moss
Farm cottage, Dumbreck road, Govan.
Eankin, Mrs. C, spirit dealer, 94 Bridgegate.
Rankine, Mrs. Dr., 12 IsTewhall terrace.
Rankin, Mrs. James, 108 South Portland street.
Rankin, Mrs. John, milliner, &c., 15 Cathcart place,
Sauchiehall street ; house, 14 do.
Rankin, Mrs. Wm., ladies' nurse, 73-^ Taylor street.
Rankin, Mrs., lodgings, 107 George street.
Rankine, Sarah, fruiterer & confectioner, 1 Queen ar.
Eankin, Miss, dairy, 16 Shuttle street.
Rankin, Miss Elizabeth, matron, Asylum for the
Blind, 102 Castle street.
EAN"SON, Mrs., cook, 21 Shamrock street.
RAPHAEL, Robert (of Leisler, Bock, & Co.), house,
IS Newton terrace.
Raplock Collierv, Robt. Burn, jun., 43 Renfield st.
RASTEICK, m"., & Co., green grocers, 159
Sauchiehall street.
RATTRAY, Rev. Alex., M.A., minister of Park-
head ; residence, Craigend house.
Rattray, A. W., sale room, 44 Trongate ; house, 53
Charlotte street.
Rattray, Charles, wholesale hardware toy and comb
mercht., 23 King st. ; ho. 7 Regent Park square.
Rattray, George, painter and paperhanger, 129
- Renfrew street.
Rattray, George, pawnbroker, 44 Trongate ; house,
53 Charlotte street.
Rattra}"-, James, grocer and provision merchant, 44
South Rose street ; house, 100 Ruthorglen roadi
Eattray, John, plumber and gasfitter, 94 Renfield
street ; house, 96 do.
Rattray & Mackie, grain and provision merchants,
82 Main street, Anderston.
Rattray, Patrick, 204 Dumbarton road.
Rattray, Mrs. Patrick, 204 Dumbarton road.
RAY, Stembridge, tenor vocalist, and conductor of
music, Anderston Church ; ho. 184 Dumbarton rd*
Eay, Miss Emily, teacher of music, and organist of
Anderston Church ; ho. 184 Dumbarton road.
READMAN, Geo., manager of the Clydesdale Bank ;
house, 28 Woodside place.
Eeadman, James (of John Orr Ewing & Co.), ho. 1
Kew terrace.
Readman, Robert, secretary, Forth and Clyde Navi-
gation ; Canal office, Port-Dundas ; house, 6
Sandy ford place.
EEDDIE, Charles, writer, manager for the Britoa
Medical and General Life Insurance Co., agent for
the Manchester Fire Insurance Co., 51 St. Vincent
street ; house, 6 Woodlands terrace.
REDDOCH, Allan, spirit dealer, 5 Mains street.
Reddoch, Robert, house factor, 3 Mains street.
REDFARN, W. B., animal painter, 318 Bathcresc.
RED PATH, Wm., messenger, British Linen Co.'s
Bank ; house, 27 Stanhope street.
Redruth Tin Smelting Co. ; John E. Swan &
Brothers, agents for Scotland, 153 Queen street.
REEKIE, John (of Alex. Brook & Co.), house, 2
Windsor terrace, St. George's road.
REEVEY, Mrs. John, milliner and dressmaker, 5
Charlotte street.
Reform Friendly Assurance and Loan Society, Ma-
deira buildings, 253 Argyle street.
Reformatory Institution, 325 Duke street.
Reformed Presbyterian Church, 28 W'est Camp-
bell street ; Rev. A. Clokie, minister.
Reformed Presbyterian Church, 78 Great Hamilton
street ; Rev. W. Symington, minister.
Reformed Presbyterian Church, 41 Grant street;
Rev. John Torrance, minister.
Reformed Presbyterian Church, 107 Green street;
Rev. John Edgar, minister.
Reformed Presbyterian Church, 11 Salisbury street;
Rev. John M'Dermid, minister.
Register Office, Western, for domestic servants, 8
Windsor Place, Sauchiehall street; Mrs. John
M'Intosh, registrar.
Register Office for Servants, 118 Union street; Wm.
M'Donald, manager.
Registry Office of Births, Marriages, and Deaths
for Calton District, 34 Kent street ; Wm. Black-
vrood, registrar ; R. C. Hamilton, assistant.
Registry Office of do for Bridgeton District, 44 Can-
ning street ; Alex. Waddell, rci^istrar.
Registry Office of do. for Blythswood District, 52
West Nile street ; James Struthers, registrar.
Registry Office of do. for Central District, 46 John
street; Thomas Davidson, registrar.
Registry Office of do. for Clyde District, 59 Maxwell
street, John Stiven, registrar.
Registry Office of do. for High Church District,
Cathedral lodge. Castle street ; William Patrick^
registrar ; Peter Ferguson, assistant.
Registry Office of do. for Tradeston District; 94
South Portland street; Nicol M'Dougall, regis-
trar ; James Tait, assistant.

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