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BURT, Henry, jun. (at John Burt's), ho. Greenlodge
terrace, Greenhead street.
Burt, Henry, missionary, 11 Park street, Kelvin-
Burt, James, grocer and provision merchant, 23
Caledonia road.
Burt, John, English teacher, 328 Sauchiehall street ;
house, 5 West Bank terrace, Billhead.
Burt, John, tanner, currier, leather merchant, ma-
chinery belt and hose pipe maker, 143 Great
Hamilton street ; ho., Greenlodge terrace, Green-
head street.
Burt, William, church officer, St Mark's ; house, 522
St Vincent street.
Burt, William, tailor and clothier, 36 Gallowgate.
BURTON, Alex., earthenware painter, 19 Ronald
Burton, Andrew H., commission merchant, 69 In-
gram street ; house, 43 Regent Park square.
Burton & Henderson, general grocers and makers of
crystal coffee pots, 192 Sauchiehall street; house,
129 Cambridge street.
Burton, Henry, hosier, glover, and shirtmaker, 111
Buchanan street.
Burton, T. C, teacher of dancing, Athenaeum, In-
gram street; house, 11 Cathcart place, Sauchie-
hall street.
Burton Brewery Co., brewers, Burton-on-Trent ;
Hector M'Lean, 119 St. Vincent street, agent.
BUSBY, E. S. (at M. Muir & Sons), 6 Commerce
street ; house, Lendal place, Paisley road.
Busby Railway Co. ; secretary's office, 1S6 West
George street.
Busby Railway Co., John Graham, C.A., treasurer,
71 West Nile street.
BUTCHART, James P. (at Commercial Bank's
branch, Trongate), house, 39 Kelvinhaugh street.
BUTLER, Dugald (of Bridgeton Victualling Society)
house, 56 Dale street, Bridgeton.
Butler, John, boot and shoemaker, 20 Houston St.
Butler, Robert B., slater, plasterer, chimney sweeper,
and coal agent, 113 St. George's road.
Butterly, The, Iron Co., Alfreton ; bulb, deck
beams, girder iron, &c. ; James Henderson, 97
Buchanan street, agent.
BUTTERS, Archibald (of Butters Brothers), house,
122 South Portland street.
Butters Brothers, Havelock buildings, 85 Maxwell
st. ; always in stock all kinds of new and second
hand machinery, cranes, hand and steam power
crab winches, chains, engines, boilers, and mortar
mills ; also all kinds of railway contractors, quar-
riers, and builders' plant, new and second hand, for
sale or hire ; monthly list of plant issued, with
terms &c. ; second hand machinery yard, 18
Waterloo street.
Butters, Brothers, Havelock buildings, 85 Maxwell
St., representatives of Henry Wilson & Co., Stock-
ton-on-Lees, brassfounders, for all kinds of engine
and ships' fittings, pumps, and Wilson's patent
steam greasers, contractors for ships' fire hearths,
cooking stoves, in wrought and cast iron, ship
tanks, &c.
Butters, James, butcher, Charing cross, 343 Sauchie-
hall st. ; house, 6 Charing cross.
Butter, J. F. (at Kershaw, Sidebottom, & Co.'s, 145
Queen st.), house, 14 Willowbank crescent.
Butters, M. W. (of Butters Brothers), house, 122
South Portland street.
BUTTERWORTH, Edwin, & Co., wholesale rag
merchants, St. Ninian street mill, South-side.
Butterworth, M'Arthur, Bridges, & Co., iron and
tin-plate merchants, Bristol ; Christie Brothers,
agents, 133 St. Vincent street.
BUTTERY, John, & Co., East India merchants, 4
Victoria buildings, West Regent street.
Buttery, John (of John Buttery & Co.), house, 5
Queen's crescent.
Buttery, Mrs., 12 Kew terrace, Great Western road.
BYARS, Robert, fruit merchant, Bazaar, Candle-
riggs ; house, 12 Stirling square.
Byars, William (at C. Todd & Higginbotham's,
M'Neil st.), house, 6 South Wellington street.
BYRD, Walter, commission agent, 59 Maxwell st.
BYROM, J. A., yarn agent and merchant, 36
Ingram street.
CABANIS, George, teacher of languages, 221
Sauchiehall street.
CADDELL, William, pattern book and card maker,
88 Glassford street.
CADDEN, John (of J. M'Laren & Co.), 6 Dixon st.
CADENHEAD & Co., manufacturers and mer-
chants, 70 George square.
Cadenhead, David A. (at W. & J. J. Keir's), 11 St.
Peter's lane.
Cadenhead, James (at Rainey, Knox, & Co.'s), ho.
3 Lendel terrace, Paisley road.
Cadiz Steam Packet Office, 69 Great Clyde street.
Cadiz Steam Packets, Burrell & M'Laren, 141 Bu-
chanan street.
CAD MAN, William, leather merchant, 163 Bridge-
gate ; house, 77 Crown street.
Cagliari Steam Packet Office, 51 Union street ;
Handyside & Henderson, agents.
CAIG, W. J., spirit merchant, 5 John st., Bridgeton.
CAIN, Michael, secretary, Army and Navy Pen-
sioner's Employment Society, 75 Jamaica street ;
house, 15 Regent Park terrace.
CAIRD, Edward, M.A., professor of moral philo-
sophy, Glasgow University, Gilmorehill ; ho. do.
Caird, James, merchant, 27 Virginia street ; house,
20 Newton place.
Caird, James, plasterer and cement merchant, 80
Hope street ; house, 8 West Prince's street.
Caird, Rev. John, D.D., professor of divinity, Uni-
versity ; house, Gilmorehill.
CAIRNEY, Charles, spirit merchant, 35 and 37
Bridgegate, and 5 St. Margaret's place; house, 7
South Wellington place.
Cairney, J., & Co., glass stainers, glaziers, and
benders, 40, 44 Sauchiehall street ; house, 5 Hill
street, Garnethill,
Cairnie, Thomas (at Rutherfurd Brothers), house, 4
Kelvingrove street.
Cairney, William (of Thomas Skinner & Co.), ho.
11 Derby terrace.
Cairnie, Mrs. E., berlin wool dealer, 214 Dumbarton
road ; house, 4 Kelvingrove street.
CAIRNS, Adam, manager, Friendly Bread Associa-
tion, 10 Carlton court; house, 111 Eglinton st.
Cairns, Christopher (of Moses Cairns & Co.), house,
38 South Apsley place.
Cairns, James, & Co., wholesale and retail stationers,
and sole agents for Perry & Son's fire-proof safes,
35 Gordon street.' — See Advt. in Appendix.

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