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Free Nonnal Seminary, 115 Cowcaddens; Thomas
Morrison, rector.
Free Presbyterian Churcli, 41 Charlotte street ;
Archibald Pollock and helpers.
Free St. George's School, 7 Kelvin street ; James
Wylie, head master.
Free St. John's Female School, 21 East Hill street.
Free St. Paul's School of Industry, 74 N. Frederick
Free Stockwell Church, 41 Ropework lane; Rev.
John M'Gregor, M.A.
Free Tron Church, Dundas street, city.
Free West Chuixh, Kent road ; Rev. John Hamilton,
FREEBAIRN, James, cashier (at J. & W. Campbell
& Co.'s), house, 199 Renfrew street.
FREELAND, Hugh, messenger-at-ai-ms, 67 West
Nile street ; house, 176 St. George's road.
Freeland, Wm., Herald office; house, 8 Mathieson st.
Freeland's School, 6 Taylor street; T. Powell,
FREER, Edward, hotel keeper, 235 Buchanan st.
Freer, John C, oil merchant, cotton waste, and paint
manufacturer, 15a Brown street ; house, Rockside
place, Gom'ock.
FRENCH, Adam, 26 South Apsley place.
French, D. (of Glassford & French), house, 195
St. George's road.
French, R., underclothing, baby linen, and dress-
making establislmient, 315 Sauchiehall street; ho.
150 Holland street.
French, Robert, wholesale hardware merchant, 118
Trongate ; house, 2 Royal crescent, Crosshill.
French, Robert, boot and shoemaker, 11 Camden st. ;
house, 9 Hutcheson square, s.s.
French, William (of George Wilson & Co.), house, 51
Hamilton drive, Billhead.
French and Peninsular Steam Packet Office ; John
and Peter Hutchison, 69 Great Clyde street.
French Consul, Chevrey-Rameau, P.D., 125 West
Regent street.
French Steam Packet Office ; John & Peter Hutchi-
son, 69 Great Clyde street.
FREW, Ales., smithy coal and coke merchant. Mid-
wharf, Port Dundas ; ho. 105 Hill st., Gamethill.
Frew, Alexander, civil engineer and land surveyor, 175
Hope street; house, 26 Hamilton di-ive, Hillhead.
Frew, A. & A., coach makers, carriage hirers, job and
post masters, bait and livery stable keepers ; coach
works, 213 New City rd. ; office, 222 New City rd.;
stables, Crossbank, Cromwell ter., Gt. Western rd.
Frew, Daniel (at George Munsie & Co.'s), house, 9
Annette street, Crosshill.
Frew, Forrest, & Co., power-loom cloth manufacturers,
Rutherglen Bridge Factory, 342 Main st.,Bridgeton.
Frew, Forrest, manufactm-er, 71 Queen street, resi-
dence, Lyleston, by Cardross, Dumbartonshire.
Frew, George, sailmaker, 51 Gloucester street ; ho.
56 Dundas street, Kingston.
Frew, James, contractor, 6 Cochran street; house,
164 Stirling road.
Frew, James, wholesale and retail ironmonger, 36
Bath street.
Frew, John, & Co., manufacturing chemists. Mid
Wliarf, Port Dundas ; works, Kirkintilloch.
Frew, John, Elmwood cottage, Helensburgh ; letters
at 12 Frederick street, Glasgow.
Frew, John, yam agent, 71 Queen street ; house, 183
Renfrew street.
Frew, John (of James M'Aulay & Co., 13 St. Vincent
place), house, EUenbank cottage, Strathaven.
Frew, Robert, mining engineer, 61 West Regent st. :
house, 10 Regent Park square.
Frew, Robert, millinery and furnishings, 117 Cumber-
land street; house, 115 do.
FRIEDLANDER, Alex., importer, cigars, leeches,
and tobacconists' fancy goods, 43 North Hanover
street; house, 337 Bath crescent.
Friedman's Patent Injectors, Elevators, and Bilge
Pumps ; sole agents for Scotland, Hendiy Bro-
thers, 8 Dixon street.
Friendly Bread Association, 10 Carlton court.
Bridge street ; Wm. Parker, manager, 79 South
Portland street.
Friend's meeting house, 13 North Portland street.
FRIER, Joseph, poulterer, 302 Cumberland st., s.s.;
house, 92 Sandyfaulds street.
Frier, Thomas (of Whitson, Frier, & Co.), house.
12 Newhall terrace.
FRISKIN, James, boot and shoemaker, 146 Argyle
street ; house, 93 Pollok street.
Friskin, Grace, milliner and dressmaker, 10 South
Apsley place.
FROELICK, Theodor, 49 West George street; ho.
13 Windsor terrace, St. George's road.
FROOD, AVilliam, cowfeeder, 19 Little Hamilton st.
FROST & Woyka, wood and veneer merchants, 241
Govan street.
Frost, W. J. (of Frost & Woyka), ho. Kilbarchan.
Frost, Mrs. Andi-ew, wine and spirit merchant, 87
Waterloo street, 51 Mains street, and 384 St. Vin-
cent street ; house, 134 Blythswood terrace.
FRUID, Samuel, sheriff-officer, 20 Charlotte street ;
house, 31 Reidvale street.
Fruit Market for Scotch fruit, 11 Kent street.
FRY & Hamilton, drapers, &c., 96 Sauchiehall st. ;
house, 204 Berkeley street.
Fry, lanson, & Co., ironmasters, Rise Carr Rolhng
Mills, Darlington; agent, Jas. Mitchell, 48 Gordon st.
Fry, J. S., & Sons, of Bristol and London, cocoa,
chocolate, and chicory manufactm-ers, 20 Dixon st.;
agent, J. Willm.otte M'Gill.
Fry, William, shirlmaker and hosier, 79 Dimdas st. ;
house, 204 Berkeley street.
FUGE, James H. (H. M. Customs), house, Smaller
Balgi'ay cottage, Springburn.
FULCHER, Harry M'Leod, teacher of pianoforte and
harmonium, 56 Cumberland street, west.
Fulcher, John, professor of singing and pianoforte, 56
Cumberland street, west.
Fulcher, Fanny M'Leod, teacher of pianoforte and
hai-monium, 56 West Cumberland street.
FULLARTON, A., & Co. , publishers and booksellers,
57 Oswald street.
Fullarton, Alexander, timber measurer, Yorkliill
wharf ; house, 6 Oakfield ton-ace, Hillhead.
Fullarton, Rev. A. C, the Buchanan Memorial Free
Church, Oatlands; ho. 6 Berlin ter., Pollokshields.
Fullarton, A. & W., forwarding agents and general
contractors, 26 and 27 railway arches, Kelvin-
haugh, Yorkliill wharf ; house, 6 Oakfield terrace,
Fullarton, Cundell, & Co., commission agents and
general brokers, 87 Union street.
Fullarton, James, dairyman, 336 Cathcart road; bo.
340 do.
Fullarton, John, wholesale silversmith and plated
goods mercht., 75 Buchanan st; ho. 2 Carnarvon st.

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