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BROADFOOT, H., builder, 29 Devon street.
Broadfoot, James (of John Broadfoot & Sons), house,
7 Bentinck street.
Broadfoot, J. G, builder, 29 Devon street.
Broadfoot, John (of John Broadfoot & Sons), house,
4 La Belle place.
Broadfoot, John, & Sons, Finnieston Brass, Copper,
and Lead Works, 55 Finnieston street.
Broadfoot, Malcolm, slater, 7 Cornwall st., Paisley
road ; house, 3 Portman street, do.
Broadfoot, Robert, furniture and ironmongery ware-
house, 52 Miller's place ; house, 110 Barrack st.
Broadfoot, Walter, boot and shoe maker, 131 Kent
Broadfoot, Wm. (of John Broadfoot & Sons), 4
La Belle place.
BROADLEY, Thomas, umbrella manufacturer, 48
Struthers street, Calton.
Broadley, Wm. G., commission agent, 37 West George
street; house, 17 Kersland terrace.
BROCK, Allison, & Co., timber and marine insurance
brokers, 135 Buchanan street.
Brock, Andrew, milliner, 168 Claythorn street.
Brock, Andrew (of W. Brock & Son), house, 22
Westminster terrace.
Brock, Henry (of John Orr Ewing & Co.), residence,
Levenfield house, Alexandria.
Brock, Hugh, veterinary surgeon, M.R.C.V.S. Lon-
don, 112 North st; shoeing forge, 9 Elmbanklane.
Brock, John (of John Brock & Co.), 3 a Victoria
drive, Mount Florida.
Brock, John, & Co., ship store merchants, 74 West
Howard street.
Brock, John, draper and hosier, 28 Kent st.
Brock, Thos. (of Brock, Allison, & Co.), ho. Heath-
bank, Lenzie.
Brock, Rev. Walter, chaplain of prison, 71 Duke st. ;
house, 15 Ure place, off Montrose street.
Brock, Wm., & Son, grain merchants, 17 Waterloo st.
Brock, William (of Wm. Brock & Son), house, 6
Ashton terrace, Dowanhill.
Brock, W. J., M.B.C.M., medical practitioner, 2
Holyrood crescent.
BROCKAT, William, joiner, 28 York street ; house,
47 St. Vincent Crescent.
BROCKETT, Andrew, wine and spirit merchant,
384 St. Vincent street ; house, 3 Dover street.
BROCKIE, Robert, hosier and glover, 60 Argyle st. ;
house, 18 Westmoreland street, Govanhil!.
BRODE, Julius (of Brode & Drummond), house, 11
Grange terrace, Queen's Park.
Brode, Drummond & Co., fancy box makers, 54
Fox street.
BRODIE, D. M. (at Stonelaw Colliery office, 36
Argyle arcade), house, Parkhill, Rutherglen.
Brodie & Co., commission merchants, 33 Bath street ;
house, 2 Beaufort gardens, Govanhill.
Brodie, George, writer and notary public, 108 West
Regent street ; house, 4 St. Albans ter. Hillhead.
Brodie, Harper, & Co., grain merchants and milllers,
Bishop mills, 206 Old Dumbarton road.
Brodie, James, provision merchant, 133 London rd.;
house, 112 do.
Brodie, James (of Stephen & Brodie), house, 29
Carrickarden street.
Brodie, James (of Patent Process Milling Co.), ho.,
135 Mains street.
Brodie, John, spirit merchant, 18 William street,
Cowcaddens ; house, 205 Cowcaddens street.
Brodie, John Ewan, M.D., F.F.P.S.G., physician;
consulting rooms, 462 Argyle street ; house, 20
Sandyford place.
Brodie, John Alison, stockbroker, 3 North court,
Royal Exchange.
Brodie, MacLean, accountant, 22 Renfield street ;
house, 14 Sardinia terrace, Hillhead.
Brodie, Rev. Neil, of Free West, Pollokshaws ; ho.
Free Church Manse, Langside.
Brodie, Robert, writer (of M'Clure, Naismith, Brodie,
& Macfarlane), house, 23 Belhaven terrace.
Brodie, .Robert, chemist and druggist, 253 Crown St.;
house, 123 Hospital st.
Brodie, Thomas, teacher, Kinning Park Public School ;
house, 60 Prince's street, Pollokshields.
Brodie, Wm., shoemaker, 164 New Dalmarnock rd.
Brodie, William (at Richardson, Findlay, & Co.'s),
house, 3 Berlin ter., Nithsdale road, Pollokshields.
Brodie, William M., coal merchant, 192 and 194
Brodie, Mrs. Alexander, spirit merchant, 8 Tobago st.;
house, 12 do.
Brodie, Mrs. John, draper, 341 S. Wellington street.
BROGAN, A. D. (of Glasgow Plate Glass Co.), house,
256 Great Western road.
Brogan, James, plasterer, 1 Glebe street; house,
50 do.
BROMHEAD, Horatio K, A.R.I.B.A., and LA.,
architect, 245 St. Vincent street ; house, 37 Sar-
dinia terrace, Hillhead.
BROOK, Jonas, & Brothers, cotton thread manufac-
turers, Meltham mills, Huddersfield; 10 Garthland
Brooke, Simpson, & Spiller, manufacturers of patent
aniline dyes; agents, Henderson, Hogg, & Co.,
15 Cadogan street.
Brooke, Rev. Charles Hyde, Mission priest, Scottish
Ep. Ch., All-Saints and Mission Chapel, Crow rd.,
Jordan hill ; res. 11 Victoria buildings, Hillhead.
BROOKS, Alexander, plumber, gasfitter, and bell-
hanger, 10 Struan ter., Crosshill; house, 20 Dixon
avenue, Govanhill.
Brooks, David, portioner, 251 Parliamentary road.
Brooks & Hamilton, sewed muslin manufacturers, 24
Buchanan street.
Brooks, John (of Lye, near Stourbridge), anvil and vice
manufacturer; James Tod, agent, 16 Hope st.
Brooks, John, spirit merchant, 253 Parliamentary
road ; house, 132 West Graham street.
Brooks, J., & Co., blockmakers and turners, 33 St.
James' street ; house, 72 Houston street.
Brooks, John, smith, bellhanger, and gasfitter, 239
George street ; house, 150 Rottenrow.
Brooks, John, music and musical instrument seller,
171 Eglinton street; house, 22 Cumberland street.
Brooks, William, slater and plasterer, 28 Stanley
street; house, 12 St. George's terrace.
Brooks, Wm., plumber and gasfitter, 40 Marquis'
street ; house, 758 London road.
BROOM & Brown, quarriers, Wishaw ; office, 182
Hope street.
Broom, David, agent, 75 Bath st.; house, 247 do.
Broom, George, schoolmaster, St. Mary's Episcopal
School, 40 Braid street ; house, 12 Wilton street.
Broom, James (of Broom & Moir), house, 35 Struan
terrace, Crosshill.
Broom & Moir, coal and iron merchants, 44 York st.;
depot, Bridgeton station, Dalmarnock.
Broom, M. & A., 88 Cowcaddens.

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