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Chalmers, James, baker and confectioner, 139 New
City road.
Chalmers, J. & R., artists, 27 Hope street.
Chalmers, John, family baker and confectioner, 25,
27 St. George's road, 2 Woodlands road, and 12
Hamilton place, Great Western road.
Chalmers, John, chimney sweeper and soot merchant,
16 Kirk street, Calton.
Chalmers, John, grocer, 33 College street ; house, 83
Govan street.
Chalmers, John (at W. and G. Blillar's), house, 20
Cleveland street.
Chalmers, John, commission merchant and manu-
facturer, 29 St. Enoch square; house 1 Dundas
terrace, Crosshill.
Chalmers, John (at Gardner and Stevenson's), house,
138 New City road.
Chalmers, John, victualler, 76 Pinkston road,
Chalmers, John, warehouse agent, 43 Young street.
Chalmers, John, painter and paperhanger, 47 Taylor
street; house, 45 do.
Chalmers, M., house factor, 42 Maitland street ; ho.
90 Burnside street.
Chalmers, Neil, grocer and provision merchant, 740
Gallowgate ; house, 732 do.
Chalmers, Richard, teacher, 1 Claremont terrace ;
house, 32 Buckingham terrace.
Chalmers, Robert, chemist arid druggist, 158 Main
street, Gorbals; house, 17 South Apsley place.
Chalmers, S., gasfitter, 536 St. Vincent street; ho.
540 do.
Chalmers, Thos., & Co., warehousemen, 167 Trongate.
Chalmers, Thomas S., Sheriff's chambers, County
Chalmers, Thomas, spirit merchant, 71 Ingram St. ;
house, 6 North Margaret street.
Chalmers, Thomas, butcher, 548 Gallowgate, and 292
Duke street ; house, 102 Bellgrove street.
Chalmers & Tosh, tin and zinc packing case makers,
gasfitters, tinsmiths, smiths, furnishing ironmon-
gers, and bellhangers, 197, 199, 201 Buchanan st.
Chalmers, William, & Co., coal merchants, 3 Oswald
Chalmers, William (of Chalmers & Tosh), house,
Springbank cottage, Kirkintilloch.
Chalmers, William, surgeon, 42 Trongate, and 289
Eglinton street; house, 91 South Portland street.
Chalmers, William (of William Chalmers & Co.),
house, 4 Hope terrace, Queen's park.
Chalmers, William, bookseller, stationer, and libra-
rian, 253 Sauchiehall street.
Chalmers, William, smith, bellhanger, and gasfitter,
35 Nicholas street ; house, 15 Castle street.
Chalmers, Misses H. & J., drapers and milliners, 79
Cumberland street ; house, 135 do.
Chamber of Commerce and Manufacture, 66 Vir-
ginia street.
CHAMBERLAIN & Birrell, wholesale straw bonnet
manufacturers, and importers of French flowers,
ribbons, feathers, laces, &c, 14 Buchanan street.
Chamberlain, John S. (of Chamberlain & Birrell),
house, 41 Arlington street.
Chamberlain's Office, City buildings; W. W.
Watson, chamberlain.
CHAMBERS, George, warehouseman, 17 Gordon
street; house, 100 North Frederick street.
Chambers, Henry, commission mer chant a nd agent,
85 Candleriggs. /^^^\
Chambers, Thomas, sheriff-officer, justices of the
peace constable for county of Lanark, and sheriff-
officer for the counties of Lanark and Dumbarton,
18 North Albion street.
Chambers, W. & R., publishers, 64 Argyle street.
CHAMBLING, John, hat manufacturer, 22 Bal-
manno street.
CHAMPION, T., glass agent, 61, 63 Robertson
street ; house, 32 Claremont street.
CHANCE, Brothers, & Co., glass manufacturers, 80
Great Clyde street; Niven & Pratt, agents.
Chancery Commissioner for taking English affi-
davits; W. R. Buchan, 112 West Regent street.
Chancery Commission for taking English affidavits ;
Daniel Paul, 20 Buchanan street.
CHAPLIN, Alexander, & Co., engineers and boiler
makers, Cranstonhill erjgine works, 58 to 80 Port
street, Anderston.
CHAPMAN, Charles, head master, Burnside schools,
off Duke street ; house, 117 Eglinton street.
Chapman, Gavin, & Co., indigo extract manufac-
turers, Ruby st. ; house, 134 Great Hamilton st.
Chapman, James, writer, 149 West George street ;
house, Commonhead, Airdrie.
Chapman, M. F., Berlin wool and toy repository,
115 Eglinton street; house, 117 do.
Chapman, Peter, hosiery, Berlin wools, and small-
wares, 87-J Eglinton street ; house, 133 do.
Chapman, Thomas, cutler, surgical instrument maker,
and silversmith, 56 Buchanan street ; house, 29 G
Bath crescent.
Charcoal and Cement Works, 80 and 82 Hill st.,
Duke street.
CHARDENAL, Charles A., B.A., teacher of French,
13 Albany place.
Charente Steam Packet Office, 69 Great Clyde st.
CHARLES, John, hotel keeper, 54 St. George's place.
Charles, Miss, lodgings, 34 Dundas street.
CHARTERIS, M., M.D., L.R.C.S., physician and
surgeon, Windsor place, 95 Sauchiehall street.
CHATFIELD, Thomas, spirit dealer, 24 Kerr st.
CHERRY, Galloway, & Co., gingham and pullicate
manufacturers, 49 Virginia street.
Cherry, Jas., pump manufacturer, 79 Bell street.
Cherrie, James M. (at Rigby & Beardmore's), house,
189 Slatefield street.
Cherry, Robert, shoemaker, 46 Graeme street.
Cherry, William (of Cherry, Galloway, & Co.),
house, Merrylee place, Shawlands.
Cherry, Mrs. D., confectioner, 282 High street ; ho.
284 do.
CHESNEY, James, superintendent, south side rail-
way station ; house, 1 Hilton terrace.
CHEYNE, Thomas (at A. Walker's & Co.), house,
114 Hospital street.
CHICK, Thomas Paul, officer of inland revenue, 14
Rose street, south ; house, 10 Craignestock place.
CHIENE, Miss, 10 Clarendon place.
Chilian Consul, William Cruickshanks, 149 Hope
CHIRREY, John, sewing machine and pattern
maker, and machinist, 24 Renfrew street ; house,
9 Garscube road.
China Steam Packet Office, Brown & Co., agents,
51 Buchanan street.
CHISHOLM, Alex., cooper, 28 Robertson street.
Chisholm, Alex., assurance agent, 38 Abercom st.
Chisholm, James, surgeon dentist, 52 Rose street,

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