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CHAlilTABLE AND TlilENDLY INSTITUTIONS.
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INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF
THE DEAF AND DUMB.
His Grace the Duke of Argyll, patron ; the Right
Hon. the Earlof Eglinton andWinton, president; Hon.
the Lord Provost, Principal CairJ, Rev. Dr. Smith,
Gathcart, R. Dalglish, Esq., Ales. Whitelaw, Esq.,
M.P., P. Clouston, Esq., vice-presidents ; Rev. Dr.
Walter C. Smith, Rev. Dr. J. Logan Aikman, David
M'Cowan, Rev. D. Macleod, Sir J. Watson, Rev. Dr.
Jamieson, Sir Peter Coats, J. Muir, William Kerr, A.
Hannah, N. Sinclair, Rev. R. S. Oldham, G. Thomson,
Jas. White of Overtoun, Thomas M. Fergusson, Robt.
Gow, Wm. Millar, Walter Paterson, A. Arthur, John
N. Cuthbertson, directors; B. B. MacGeorge, 16 St.
Vincent Place, secretary; Duncan Macmaster, 29 St.
Vincent Place, treasurer; Dr. T. M'Call Anderson,
14 Woodside Crescent, consulting physician ; Dr. E.
Duncan, 4 Royal Crescent, Queen's Park, surgeon;
J.Thomson, teacher; Mrs. Thomson, matron; Miss
Archibald, assistant matron ; Alexander M'Gregor,
Angus Morrison, T. Paterson, assistant teachers ; J.
Campbell, 3-1 Falkland Place, drawing master; Wm.
Crawford, 11 West Nile StT^et, collector.
GRAHAM CHARITABLE.
None are eligible as members of the society except
persons of the name of Graham and their descendants,
or those married to individuals of that name or their
descendants. The entry-money to strangers is £o
5s., and to sons and other lineal descendants and
sons-in-law of members, £3 3s.
John Graham, C.A., 212 West George Street,
preses ; George Alexander, 47 Portugal Street, treas. ;
William Graham of Lambhill, Patrick Scotland, John
Alexander, William KedJie, James Graham, wood
merchant, James Grahame, C.A., Alexander Nisbett,
and William Graham, C.A., managers; Jas. Graham,
writer, 187 West George Street, clerk.
GLASGOW SAINT ANDREW SOCIETY.
T. Muir Grant, president ; W. Campbell, vice-
president; .J. Wight, hon. secretary; directors, J.
White, F. G. Dougall, J. Lorimer, D. Munro, W. F.
Salmon, G. F. Christie, T. M. Wilson.
The object of this society is for the purpose of pre-
serving Scottish memories, and thereby cultivating
the sentiments of patriotism. Members proposed for
admission may receive the necessary forms from the
hon. secretary at 150 Hope Street.
GLASGOW MEDICAL MISSIONARY SOCIETY.
Objects of the society — 1. To encourage a mission-
ary spirit among medical students in Glasgow. 2.
To co-operate with kindred societies in training and
supporting medical missionaries. 3. To carry on
medical mission work among the poor in Glasgow.
Office-bearers — Honorary President, the Right Hon.
Lord Shaftesbury, K.G, ; president. Dr. J. D. Mac-
laren ; secretaries, Dr. T. B. Henderson, Elmbank
Crescent, and Wm. Sloan, Esq., 73 Gordon Street ;
superintendent, Dr. R. Laidlaw, 1 Keir Terrace,
Pollokshields ; treasurer for Ladies' Auxiliary, Mrs.
Playfair, 12 Woodside Terrace. Dispensary, 29
Havannah Street, is open for the sick poor every day,
between 12 and 1 o'clock, except Sabbath and Saturday.
Everv Sabbath day evangelistic meetings are held at
11 o'clock for children, and 2 o'clock for adults.
THE GLASGOW CELTIC SOCIETY.
Patrons — His Grace the Duke of Hamilton, His
Grace the Duke of Argyll, His Grace the Duke of
Athole, His Grace the Duke of Montrose, His Grace
the Duke of Sutherland, the Earl of Seafield, the
Earl of Perth, Lord Strathallan, Sir M. R. S. Stewart,
Bart.; R. Dalglish, Esq.; Sir J. Campbell of Stra-
cathro; the Hon. Captain Drummor.d; C. Macpherson,
&c. Chief, the Most Noble the Marquis of Bute ;
president, J. W. Malcolm, Esq., yr. of Poltalloch,M.P.;
vice-president, Neil Sinclair; hon. treasurer, J. Elder,
151 Hope Street; hon. secretary, G. Rennie, 38 W.
George Street.
The objects of the society are — (1) the preserva-
tion of the language, literature, music, poetry, dress,
antiquities, and athletic games of the Highlanders of
Scotland; (2) to found bursaries, or make annual or
other grants of money in aid of diligent or distin-
guished students, natives or sons of natives of the
Highlands of Scotland ; and (3) the affording tempo-
rary aid to deserving and destitute persons from the
Highlands in Glasgow.
BARONY OF GORBALS BENEVOLENT
SOCIETY.
William Wilson, preses ; John Craig, late preses ;
J. Craig, J. Scott, J. A. Wright, honorary directors;
J. Blair, H. Pollock, John Finlay, W. M'Onie, R.
Westlands, J. Athya, Alex. Harvey, Robert Gourlay,
D. Munro, J. Robb, E. J. Scott, J. Morrison, ordinary
directors ; D. Munro, treas. ; A. Y^oung, 97 Wellington
Street, secretary ; A, Morton, surgeon, medical officer;
J. Robertson, officer.
MASTER HOSIERS.
Instituted in the year 1743, and incorporated by Seal
of Cause from the Magistrates and Town Council of
Glasgow, 6th Jlay, 1746. The society gives pecuniary
aid to reduced stocking-makers, stocking- makers'
widows, and other indigent persons connected with the
trade. Entry-money, £1 Is., which (upon a recom-
mendation approved of by the society) entitles to mem-
bership. John Webster, preses; E. Jackson, late
preses; J. Mair, 106 Argyle Street, secretary.
THE MASTER BAKERS' FRIENDLY SOCIETY.
Instituted 1795.
Its object being to provide a fund for allowing ali-
ment to members in sickness, and a sum to defray
the funeral expenses of members. President, Mr.
W. Mathieson, 179 Eglinton Street; treasurer, IMr.
J. Russell, 123 Main Street, Bridgeton ; secretary,
Mi: John Robertson, 104 West Regent Street.
THE GLASGOW PROTESTANT INSTITUTION
FOR ORPHAN AND DESTITUTE GIRLS.
Has been established for fifty years. Its object is
to rescue orphan and entirely destitute girls of tender
years, and give them an education and upbringing
fitting them for good domestic servants. Homes, 339
South York Street, matron, Mrs. Sliman ; and 61
Cambridge Street, matron. Miss Love; Robert Blyth,
C.A., 115 St. Vincent Street, secretary; Mrs. Russell,
15 Moray Place, and Miss Kerr, 5 Newton Place,
joint secretaries; A. Eraser, 16 Princes' Square, trea.

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