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RELIGIOUS AND MORAL SOCIETIES.
SOUTH-EASTERN BISTKICT SABBATH
SCHOOL UNION.
Councillor James Thomson, president ; Archibald
Allan and William Galloway, vice-presidents ; James
Richmond, 107 King's Park Place, Greenhead,
treasurer; Henry Dallachy, 27 Crown Street, cor-
responding secretary ; James Davidson, 69 Clyde
Street, Anderston, minute secretary ; Bailie Grant,
Bailie Thomson, Councillor Arthur, Councillor Burt,
John Clark, jun., George Thomson, Thomas Binnie,
Councillor Macfailane, John S. Millar, John Taylor,
Robert Barclay, and Hugh M'Grattan, honorary
directors ; Wm. Dickson, Thomas Binuie, jun., J. C.
Brown, James Miller, John Pettigrew, M. Wother-
spoon, J. C. Erskine, James Hodge, Ales. Waddell,
and William Grove, acting directors.
NORTH-EASTERN DISTRICT SABBATH
SCHOOL UNION.
Hugh Slimmon, president; Robert Leiper, vice-
president; James Macgill, treasurer; Cauvin S.
Alston, 52 Weaver Street, secretary; Geo. Simpson,
John M. Robertson, M. Wotherspoon, John Hender-
son, George Walker, William Smellie, John Gardner,
extraordinary directors.
GLASGOW WORKING MEN'S SABBATH
PROTECTION SOCIETY.
Instituted 1849.
The Earl of Shaftesbury, patron ; John Henderson
of Park, William Graham, M.P., William Kidston,
James Campbell, Tillichewan, honorary presidents ;
James Hannan, John M'Gavin, W. P. Paton, Peter
Drummond, Stirling, honorary members; Robert
Mackintosh, 44^ St. Enoch Square, president ; Robt.
Barclay, vice-president ; Archd. Robertson, 88 Glass-
ford Street, treasurer ; Chas. R. Leckie and William
Munro, secretaries; Alex. Leckie, William Dick,
Samuel Southwell, Alex. M'Donald, William Manson,
Alex. Dick, Thomas Thomas, John M'Naughtan,
Andrew Stewart, John Currie, Thomas Gray, A.
M. Stewart, Matthew Cullen, James Geddes, Peter
Brooks, James C. Irvine, James C. Steen, William
Scott, Thos. M'Skimming, John Stark, G. Easton,
J. Cunningham, Alex. Ray, M'Millan, John
Black, committee ; John Campbell, 17 Tureen Street,
Calton, officer
GLASGOW MAGDALENE INSTITUTION FOR
THE REPRESSION OF VICE AND THE
REFORMATION OF PENITENT FEMALES.
Instituted May, 1859 — Office, Religious Institu-
tion Rooms, 75 St. George's Place.
John Henderson of Park, president; Jas. Hannan,
James Mitchell, and W. P. Paton, vice-presidents;
D. C. Nicol, British Linen Company's Bank, trea-
surer ; R. W. Sinclair, office of the Institution, 75
St. George's Place, secretary ; and a committee of
fifty-one directors. Subscriptions in aid of the
Institution will be received by the treasurer, secre-
tary, or by any of the directors. Information as to
the objects and operations of the society may be
obtained from the secretary at the office of the
institution.
GLASGOW YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN
ASSOCIATION.
Extraordinary Directors — Rev. Dr. Norman Mac-
leod, Professor Islay Burns, Rev. Dr. Calderwood,
Rev. Wm. Pulsford, the Hon. the Lord Provost,
Jas. A. Campbell, John Henderson of Park, John
Burns; William Fife, president; Daniel Macnab,
vice-president; George Gemmell, treasurer; James
Reid, secretary; William Crawford, superintendent.
Rooms of the association, 280 George Street.
GLASGOW CITY MISSION.
John Henderson of Park, president ; thirteen vice-
presidents, sixty directors, and forty-five mission-
aries; Scott Moncrieff Penney, 16 St. Vincent Place,
treasurer ; Rev. George Scott, 75 St. George's Place,
secretary.
GLASGOW CABMEN'S MISSION.
John Henderson, president; George Burns and
P. P. Paton, vice-presidents; Rev. William Argar,
missionary ; John Cabbell, 111 St. Vincent Street,
secretary.
GLASGOW EMANCIPATION.
Instituted Dec. 12, 1833,
Having for its object the universal abolition of slarery
and the slave trade; the protection of the rights of
the aborigines in the British Colonies ; and the im-
provement of the condition of our fellow-subjects, the
natives of British India.
John Dennistoun, Thomas Grahame, Rev. Dr. W.
Anderson, Rev. Dr. Willis, Alex. Hastie, Rev. Geo.
Jeffrey, vice-presidents ; A. Paton, corresponding
secretary ; W. Smeal, recording secretary and trea-
surer. With a committee of forty gentlemen.
GLASGOW CONTINENTAL.
John Henderson of Park, president; Adam Pater-
son, James Burns, and W. P. Paton, vice-presidents;
Hugh Heugh and John N. Cuthbertson, treasurers ;
Jas. Alex. Campbell and Alex. Mitchell, secretaries.
Office, Religious Institution Rooms.
RELIGIOUS TRACT AND BOOK SOCIETY
OF SCOTLAND.
Glasgow committee — George Martin, president;;
James Alex. Campbell, vice-president; Wm. Millar,
128 St. Vincent Street, treasurer; Wm. Crawford,
280 George Street, secretary.
This committee has been formed in connection
with the Religious Tract and Book Society of Scot-
land for the purpose of planting colporteurs, and
distributing tracts in and around Glasgow.
The duties prescribed to the colporteur are these r
to sell bibles and religious periodicals and books
among the people of his district, to distribute tracts,
to read and pray with the sick, aged, and dying,
and to hold prayer meetings.
THE SCOTTISH TEMPERANCE LEAGUE,
Instituted 5th November, 1844.
Office, 108 Hope Street.
Ohject — The entire abolition of the drinking system.
Mode of Action. — (1) The drink — including the
pernicious nature of alcoholic liquors; creating a

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