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Ashbury Railway Carriage and Iron Company
(Limited), Manchester, manufacturers of every
description of railway carriages and waggons,
wrought and cast iron carriage and waggon
wheels, tyres, axles, bar iron, hammered uses and
heavy smith work for engineers, millwrights, &c.,
iron roofing, girders, turntables, water columns,
water tanks, pumps, travelling and fixed cranes,
switches and crossings, &c. ; sole agent for Scot-
land, Jas. Ritchie, jun., 119 St Vincent street.
ASHCROFT, Hugh M., teacher, 14 Hamilton cres-
cent, Partick ; house, 10 do.
ASHER, William, reporter Evening Citizen; res.
Argyle Villa, Langside.
Asher, Mrs. P., furrier, 77 Renfield street.
ASPIN, James, varnish and japan manufacturer, 51
Hydepark street ; house, 1 India street, west.
ASSAFREY, A. T., foreign confectioner and choco-
late manufacturer, sole proprietor of the celebrated
Assafrey toffie, 213 Sauchiehall st. ; house, 220 do.
Assam Tea Co., tea merchants, 93 Trongate.
Assembly Rooms, 138 Bath street.
Associated Joiners' Building Company (Limited),
wrights and builders, 67 Ibrox St., Govan; John
Morrison, manager, 71 do.
Association for the Relief of Incurables for Glas-
gow and the West of Scotland, 68 Bath street ;
W. T. MAuslane, secretary.
Association for Organizing Charitable Relief and
Repressing Mendicity ; John S. Robertson, secy.,
68 Bath street.
Association of Underwriters, Royal Exchange.
Association Vinicole de Bordeaux, agents, Wright
& Reimers, wine shippers and brandy shippers,
27 Cowcaddens street and 457 Paisley road.
ASTON, Albert, Turkish and warm bath proprie-
tor, hairdresser, wholesale and retail human hair
merchant, perfumer, fancy goods dealer and silver-
smith, wholesale warehouse for ladies' real hair,
Argyle Baths, 366 Argyle street ; house, Cathkin
view, Langside.
Asylum for the Blind Sale Shops, 22 Candleriggs
street, 262 Sauchiehall street.
Asylum of the Little Sisters of the Poor, for Aged
Infirm Poor, 180 Garngad Hill.
Asylum for the Blind, 102,106, 108 Castle street,
manufacturers of baskets, brushes, ropes, twines,
nets, sacks, door mats, beds, mattresses, wire
riddles, sieves, knitted and crotchet work, &c. ;
Wm. Brown, treasurer, 45 Dunlop street ; Robert
Jameson, secretary, 149 St. Vincent street; John
Brown, superintendent ; house, 125 North John St.
Asylum for the Houseless, 71 North Frederick
Asylum for Indigent Old Men, 81 Rottenrow; James
Fleming, superintendent.
Asylum, Glasgow Royal, Gartnavel, Great Western
road ; Dr. Yellowlees, superintendent ; J. Caldwell,
steward; J. R. Strong, treasurer, 110 West George
street ; parcel office, Globe Parcel Office, 17
Renfield street.
Athenaeum Rooms, 110 Ingram street.
Atholk Masonic Lodge, 213 Buchanan street.
ATHYA, John, & Son, produce and commission
. merchants, 54 Gordon street.
Athya, John (of John Athya & Son), residence, Kirk-
linton, Langside.
Athya, John, jun. (of John Athya & Son), residence,
Kirklinton, Langside.
ATKIN, Brothers, electro-platers and silversmiths,
Truro works, Sheffield, and Charterhouse street,
London ; Peter W. Dixon, agent for Scotland, 75
Buchanan street.
ATKINSON, John, boot and shoe warehouse, 302
Scotland street ; house, 103 Cathcart street.
Atkinson, Robert, die-sinker, engraver, stamp and
seal engraver, and stencil plate maker, 30 Char-
lotte street.
Atlantic Mills (David and John Anderson), Walk-
inshaw Street, Bridgeton.
Atlas Fire and Life Assurance Co. of Lon-
don; Wm. Carrick & Son, agents, 213 Buchanan
street. — See Advertisement in Appendix.
Atlas Foundry, Market street, Gallowgate.
Atlas Parcel Delivery Co., head office 18 South
Hanover street and 16 Renfield street, carriers to
Camlachie daily at 10 a.m. ; Cathcart, Tuesdays and
Fridays at 10 a.m. ; Crossbill, daily at 10 a.m. and 4
p.m.; Crossmyloof, daily at 4 p.m.; Govan, daily at 10
a.m. and 4 p.m. ; Hillhead, daily at 10 a.m. and 4
p.m. ; Ibroxholra, daily at 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. ;
Kelvinhaugh, daily at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.; Lang-
side, daily at 4 p.m. ; Parkhead, daily at 10 a.m. ;
Partick, daily at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. ; Pollok-
shields, daily at 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.; Rutherglen,
daily at 4 p.m. ; Shawlands, daily at 4 p.m. ;
Springburn, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
at 10 a.m.; Strathbungo, daily at 4 p.m. ; White-
inch, daily at 11 a.m. ; Linthouse, Tuesdays and
Fridays at 10 a.m. ; to all parts of the city at 10
a.m. and 4 p.m.
Atlas Parcel Express. Parcels forwarded to all
parts of the world ; 18 South Hanover street and
16 Renfield street.
AUCHINCLOSS, John, spirit dealer, 233 Main st.,
Bridgeton; house, 231 do.
Auchincloss, Miss Janet, furnishings and dress-
making, 207 Main street, Bridgeton.
Auchinharvie Colliery Office, 127 St. Vincent
Aochinraith Colliery office, 127 St. Vincent street.
AUCHINVOLE, John (of Johnston, Farie, & Co.),
res. Ardoch Lodge, Cambuslang.
Auchinvole, Mrs. , Enfield house, Crosshill.
Auchlochan Colliery office, 223 West George street.
AUCHTERLONIE, William, spirit dealer, 222 New
Dalmarnock road ; house, 11 Newhall terrace.
Augustine Free Church, Rutherglen road; Rev. D.
M'Gregor and Rev. Robt. M'Gregor, ministers.
AULD, Alex. W., calico printer, merchant, and
Insurance agent, 22 West Nile street ; house, 20
Burnbank gardens.
Auld, Berrie, & Deas, muslin manufacturers, 12
Prince's square, 48 Buchanan street.
Auld, David, & Sons, engineers andironfounders, and
patentees of reducing valves, &c, Greenhead
Foundry, 23 Duncan street, off Canning street.
Auld, David (of David Auld & Sons), res., Rockmount,
13 Broompark drive, Dennistoun.
Auld, George (of Auld, Berrie, & Deas), residence,
Apsley villa, Copeland road, Govan.
Auld & Guild, accountants and stockbrokers, 65 St.
Vincent street.
Auld, Henry D. (of David Auld & Sons), house, 13
Broompark drive, Dennistoun.
Auld, Hugh W., ship master, Primrose place,
Paisley road.
Auld, James, dairyman, 4 South St. Mungo street.

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