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BUCHANAN. GENERAL DIRECTORY.
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Glasgow ; A. B. Yuille, of Darleith. Treasurer—
G. S. Buchanan, 95 Candleriggs. Secretary — G.
Y. Strang, writer, 186 West George street. This
society was instituted in the year 1725, for the
relief of aged and indigent persons, and for the
education of destitute children of the name of Bu-
chanan, or of any of the reputed septs of the clan.
The directors have two bursaries of £25 per annum
at their disposal for a period of four years, to assist
a young man of the name of Buchanan in the
prosecution of his studies at any of the Universities
in Scotland ; and they further make considerable
educational grants to young talented persons of
the clan, whose means otherwise are insufficient
to enable them to obtain a liberal education, and
who are desirous of following academical pursuits.
Buchanan's Spinal and Aural Surgery, 85 South
Portland street.
BUCKIE, W. F., letterpress printer, 62 Argyle St.;
house, 267 Hyndford place, Govan road.
BUCKINGHAM, James (successor to William Ross
& Co.), brassfounder, Carlton Brass Foundry, 19
Victoria street, Port Egliuton.
BUCKLEY, Rev. Jeremiah J., R.C. clergyman, 17
Great Hamilton street.
Buenos Ayres Consulate, G. Gilmour, 160 Bu-
chanan street.
Buenos Ayres Steamship Office, 70 Great Clyde st. ;
J. & A. Allan, agents.
BULLOCH, Archibald (of Bulloch, Lade, & Co.),
house, 6 Lancaster gate, Hyde park, London.
Bulloch, James, whip maker, 114 Trongate.
Bulloch, James, boot and shoe manufacturer, 58
Canning street, Calton.
Bulloch, Lade, & Co., commission merchants, and
agents for Bass & Co., Burton-on-Trent, 4 Both-
well street.
Bulloch, Lade, & Co., distillers from malt only at
Loch Katrine Distillery, Caralachie, Glasgow, and
Caol Ha Distillery, Islay, and Benmore Distillery,
Campbelton ; office, 4 Bothwell street.
Bulloch, Matthew (of Bulloch, Lade, & Co.), house,
11 Park circus.
Bulloch, Robert (at Thomson, Aikman, & Co.'s),
residence, Berrie Knowes cottage, Barrhead.
Bulloch, Mrs., 247 Sauchiehall street.
Bulloch, Mrs., stationer, 54 Cambridge street.
BUNNETT & Co. (Limited), engineers, 24 Bath st.
BUNTEN, James (of James Bunten &^Co.), resi-
dence, Cardell, Wemyss bay.
Bunten, James, & Co., timber merchants, 168 St.
Vincent street.
Bunten, James C, of Anderston Foundry Co.; ho.
2 Wellesley place, Sandyford.
Bunten, James (of Wm. Bunten & Co.), house, 5
West Garden street, Burnbank.
Bunten, Laurie (of Schmitz, Bunten, & Co.), resid.
Cardell, Wemyss bay.
Bunten, Robert A. (of Wm. Bunten & Co.), house,
5 West Garden street.
Bunten, Wm., & Co., drysalters and oil merchants,
273 George street and 71 George square.
Bunten, Mrs., 4 Park quadrant.
BUNTING, James (at John Lean, & Son's), house,
Greenlodge, 159 Greenhead street.
Bunting, Mrs. James, draper, 22 Stobcross street.
BURDEN, James, joiner, M'Lean street, Govan rd.
Burden, John, lamp oil and colour merchant, 35
Saltmarket ; house, 358 Great Eastern road.
Bureau Veritas, J. E. Boissevain, surveyor, 11
Union street.
BURGE, William, officer of inland revenue, 13
Queen street ; house, 55 Grove street.
BURGESS, Robert, jun., provision merchant, 177,
237 Garscube road ; house, 352 St. George's road.
BURGH, John, spirit merchant, 33 Bishop street,
Anderston ; house, 42 Greenhill street.
Burgh Sasine Office, City Chambers, Andrew Cun-
uinghame.
Burgh Colliery, Irvine; office, 51 Bath street.
BURKE, James, book and picture dealer, 29 Great
Hamilton street.
Burke, John, hairdresser, 155 Castle street; house,
9 Monkland street.
BURLEY, Bennet B. (of P. Mackay & Co.), house,
394 Duke street.
Burley, James, dairyman, 190 New City road.
Burley, Robert, & Co., wood merchants, hammer
and pick handle manufacturers, Great Wellington
street ; house, 5 do.
BURLINGTON, James, manager, Dale Street Spin-
ning Co. ; house, 82 Dale street, Bridgeton.
BURNE, Charles V., musical teacher and pianist, 9
Adelphi street.
Burne, J. C, & Son, photographers, Jail square, 184
Saltmarket ; house, 9 Adelphi street.
Burn, Peter, & Son, auctioneers and valuators, 9
Royal Exchange place.
Burn, Peter (of P. Burn & Son), resid. Huutershill,
Bishopbriggs.
Burn, William (of P. Burn & Son), house, 110 Hill
street, Garnethill.
Burnbank Bowling Club, South Woodside road;
John F. Gordon, secretary ; house, 14 Willow-
bank crescent.
BURNET, Archibald (of Maxwell & Burnet), house,
33 Braid street.
Burnett, James, plumber, 198 Hope street; house,
4 Grove street.
Burnet, James M. (at'^Johnston, Watt, & Co's.), ho.
10 Franklin terrace.
Burnett, Jas., wine and spirit merchant, 17 Clyde pi.
Burnet, James, smith and farrier, 131 Sydney street ;
house, 135 do.
Burnet, James Boaz, writer and procurator before the
courts of Glasgow, Airdrie, Hamilton, and Lanark,
145 Queen street ; house, 24 Granville street.
Burnet, John, 1 Newton place.
Burnet, John, bookseller and stationer, 181 J High
street ; house, 133 Sydney street.
Burnet, John, LA., architect, 150 St. Vincent street;
house, 14 Victoria crescent, Dowanhill.
Burnet, Robert, veterinary surgeon, M.R.C.V.S., 131
Sydney street; house, 135 do.
BURNLEY, Wm. F. (of Wm. F. Burnley & Co.),
residence, 24 Ainslie place, Edinburgh, and Ericht
bank, Dunoon.
Burnley, Wm. F., & Co., merchants, 11 Victoria
place, West Regent street.
BURNS, Alison, & Aiken, writers, 145 St. Vincent st.
Burns, Andrew (of Burns, Baumgarten, & Co.), ho.
64 Rosebank terrace.
Burns, Arthur, confectioner, 53 Charlotte lane; ho.
41 Charlotte street.
Burns, Baumgarten, & Co., engineers and machinery
agents, 104 Hydepark street.
Burns, Crawford, & Co., wholesale fancy goods mer-
chants and fancy stationers, 17a St. Enoch square.

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