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Blair, John, grocer, 42 Carrick street.
Blair, John, spirit merchant, 179 Caledonia road ;
house, 34 do.
Blair, Matthew, yarn merchant, 123 Brunswick st. ;
house, Lilybank villa, Langbank.
Blair, Rev. Robert (of St. Columba church), house,
97 Breadalbane terrace, Hill street.
Blair & Sutherland, joiners and cabinetmakers, 54,
60 Wellington street.
Blair, Thomas (of Blair & Sutherland), house, 65
Dale street, Tradeston.
Blair, William, confectioner, 5 Eglinton street ; ho.
29 do.
Blair, William, warper and twister, 65 John street,
Bridgeton ; bouse, 119 Main street, do.
Blair, Mrs., 18 West Cumberland street.
Blair, Miss, boys' dressmaker, 51 Shamrock street.
Blair, Misses, vocalists and teachers of music, 11
Rose street, Garnetbill.
Blair, Misses C. & M., stays and underclothing, 13
London street; house, 166 Great Hamilton St.
Blair, Margaret S., teacher, Millar's school, 151
George street.
Blair Ironworks, Dairy ; office, 168 West George st.
BLAKE & Mackenzie, lithographic and steam
printers, 64 Howard street, and at School lane,
BLAKEMORE, James, confectioner, 563 Gallowgate.
BLAKENEY, John W., nautical instrument maker
and adjuster of ships' compasses, 25 Turner's ct. ;
house, 5 Nicholson street.
BLAND, Harcourt Beatty, professor of elocution, 8
Falkland place, St. George's road.
BLANE, Andrew, jun., confectioner, 92 Stevenson
street, Calton ; house, 84 Great Eastern road.
Blane, G. N., wright, 189 Hunter street.
Blane Valley Railway Co. ; secretary's office, 186
West George street.
Blanefield Printing Co., calico-printers, 69 West
George street ; printworks, Stratbblane.
BLANK., Emilius, braid and trimming manufac-
turer, I Prince's square, 48 Buchanan street.
BLANKENHEYM & Nolet, Geneva distillers, Rot-
terdam; Lucardie & Lang, agents, 40 Union St.
Blast'xee Works. See H. Monteiih & Co.
Blantyre Yarn Warehouse, 11 George square.
BLEAKLEY, James, house factor, 56 Port street.
BLELOCH, P. M'D. (at Okell, Selkirk, & Co.'s),
house, 19 Bothwell place, Hillhead.
BLENCH, Robeit, wine ineichant and grocer, 125
St. James' road, and 1 M'Aslin St. ; house, 9 do.
Blench, Thomas W., 1 64 Woodlands road.
Blochaikn Chemical Works; office, 123 Hope st.
Blochairn Iron Co., ironmasters; works, Blochairn;
office, 43 West Regent street.
Blochairn Quarry Co., moulding sand ; office, 182
Hope street.
BLOUNT, Robert, furnishings, 232 Main street,
BLUE, Uougald, N.B. Railway Co., 14 West George
street; house, 13 Cleveland street.
Blue, Dugald, clothier, 72 London street; house,
8 South St. Mungo street.
Bltjevalk Se.-sional School, 478 Duke street.
BLUMENSTE1N, Fredeiick, watch & clock maker,
310 Argyle street.
BLYTH, H. M., Clyde Navigation, 17 Douglas St.
Blyth, James, 98 South Portland street.
Blyth, John, mining engineer, 39 Kelvinhaugh st.
Blyth, Thomas, bootmaker, 98 Buchanan street ; ho.
8 Newton place.
Blyth, Mrs., 28 Cowcaddens.
Blyth, Mrs. J. S., 7 Kew terrace.
Blythswood Estate office, 81 St George's pi. ; factor
and commissioner, R. Lauchlan, accountant.
Blythswood Foundry, North street, Anderston.
Blythswood Registry Office for births, &c, 52 West
Nile street ; James Struthers, registrar.
BOAG, Aaron (of Cook & Boag), house, 92 Green
street, Calton.
Boag, A., & Co., grocers, 11 North Claremont st.
Boag, James, wine and spirit merchant, 79 Main St.,
Bridgeton ; house, 1 Muslin street.
Boag, John, clerk, and sanitary inspector, Barony
Parish, 38 Cochran street; ho. 2 South Apsley pi.
Boag, John, City Chambers, Wilson street ; house,
53 Holmhead street.
Boag, John (of Boag & Waddell), house, CowgleD,
Boag, Robert, joiner and cabinetmaker, 164 Trongate;
house, 210 Thistle street, south.
Boag, Robert (of Camlacbie Distillery), house, 644
Boag & Waddell, iron and metal merchants, 100
Holm street.
Boag, Mrs., refreshment rooms, 165 West Nile st. ;
house, 20 Maitland street.
BOARDMAN, James, die sinker, brand cutter, seal
and stencil-plate engraver, 55 Charlotte lane; ho.
102 Montrose street.
Boardman, Richard, die sinker and stamp cutter, 38
Brunswick street ; house, 40 do.
BOCK, O. F. (of Carosus, Bock, & Co.), house,
4 Hamilton Park quadrant.
Bock, Richard, 149 West George street; house, 6
Clifton place.
BO L> LEY, Edward F., & Co., ironstone and earthen-
ware manufacturers, Burslem, Staffordshire ;
Christie Brothers, agents, 133 St. Vincent street.
Bog Colliery Office, John Watson & Sons, 130
West Nile street.
BOGGIE, Charles, victualler, 75 Brown st., Bridget.
BOGLE, Hugh, registrar of births, &c, for Calton
district, 34 Kent street; ho. 14 West Prince's st.
Bogle, J. & W., milliners, drapers, &c., 51 Eglinton st.
Bogle, J. Y. (of W. & J. Bogle), house, 133 North st.
Bo^le, Peter, & Co., cotton spinners, 7 St. Vincent
place ; works, Barrowfield Spinning Factory, 149
Reid street.
Bogle, Thomas (of Kinloch and Bogle), house, 198
New City road.
Bogle, William (of J. & W. Bogle), house, 4 Regent
Paik terrace, Strathbungo.
Bogle, W. R., commercial traveller, 294 Argyle St. ;
house, Lowaters, Hamilton;
Bogle, W. & J., wholesale and retail boot and shoe
manufacturers, 294 Argyle street, and Clyde shoo
factory, Robertson street; house, 133 North st.
BOGUE, R. A., clothier, 113 Ingram' street ; house,
Beeehhill, Bellahouston.
Boiler Works, Lilybank, 325 to 355 Eglinton st. ;
W. Wilson, proprietor ; ho. Crosshill, Queen's pk.
! Boiler (Tire) Insurance and Steam-power Company
(Limited), 2 West Regent st. ; J. P. Py cock, agent.
Boiler Works, 85 Paisley road ; W. King & Co.,
engineers', &c.
Boiler Insurance Company (National), 77 Renfield
street ; H. Bruce, agent.

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