‹‹‹ prev (442)

(444) next ›››

Maxwell, Andrew (of Nielson & Maxwell), house, 8
St. James' terrace.
Maxwell, Daniel, paper bag maker, 71 Hutcheson
Maxwell, David, boot and shoemaker, 551 Garscube
road ; house, 541 do.
Maxwell, Hannay, & Co. — See under Hannay.
Maxwell, James Shaw, representative in Scotland for
Grant & Co., designers, colour printers, and en-
gravers, Turnmill St., London, E.C. ; branch office
for Scotland, 108 Renfield street.
Maxwell, James, fruiterer, 95 Eglinton street.
Maxwell, James (of James Maxwell & Son), 5 Kin-
ning street.
Maxwell, James, & Son, joiners and cabinetmakers,
life-buoy, belt, and ships' medicine chest makers,
43 St. James' street, Kingston.
Maxwell, Jas., Caledonian Railway Co., 302 Buchanan
street; house, 27 Taylor street.
Maxwell, James W. (at Milne & Co., 191 W. George
street), house, 16 Ann street, Hillhead.
Maxwell, John, 34 Steel street.
Maxwell, John, mason and builder, 6 Maxwell st.,
Partick; house, 2 Hamilton ter., west.
Maxwell, John (of Jas. Maxwell & Son), house, 4
St. James' street, Kingston.
Maxwell, Joseph, draper, 67 Abbotsford place.
Maxwell, Peter, pianoforte, harmonium, and American
organ seller, and pianoforte tuner, 11 Great Well-
ington street, Paisley road toll.
Maxwell, Robert, greengrocer, 100a Naburn street.
Maxwell, Samuel, & Co., yarn merchants and com-
mission agents, 28 Cochrane st.
Maxwell, Warden R. (of Nielson & Maxwell), house,
8 St. James' terrace.
Maxwell, Wm., blacksmith, 76 Boden street; house,
339 London road.
Maxwell, Wm., wholesale stationer and paper mer-
chant, lithographer, letterpress printer, bookbinder,
and paper-bag maker, 60 Hutcheson street ; house,
56 Cadder street, Pollokshields.
Maxwell, Wm. stevedore to the Napier Shipping Co.
(Ltd.); ho. 30 Blackburn street.
Maxwell, W. L., clerk, 50 North St. Mungo street
Maxwell Parish Church, Pollok street.
MAY, A. H. (of D. W. Mackechnie, May, & Meikle),
Royal Exchange building.
May, James, storekeeper, 61 Bishop st., Anderston;
ho. 5 Pembroke street.
May, Henry, depot manager, Garnkirk Fireclay Co.,
head of Glebe street, St. Rollox.
May, H. & A., drapers, 95 Canning street.
May, Neil, & Son, blacksmiths, 1 Bartholomew street,
Bridgeton ; ho. 551 Dalmarnock road.
May, Mrs. David, hardware and tobacconist, 533
Dalmarnock road.
MAYBERRY, Hugh, accountant and insurance agency
office, 128 Hope street.
Maybury, Marston, & Sharp, manufacturers of sheet-
iron, Huyton quarry, near Liverpool ; agents, Alex.
Brown & Co., 10 Prince's square, Buchanan st.
Maybury, Marston, & Sharpe, hoop and sheet iron
makers, Manchester and Liverpool ; agents, Alex
Brown & Co., 10 Prince's sq., Buchanan street.
MAYER, John, F.C.S., journalist and lecturer on
science ; place of call, Athenaeum ; ho. 40 Prince's
street, Pollokshields.
MAYLARD, A. Ernest, M.B., B.S. London, surgeon,
Western Infirmary ; house, 46 Claremont street, N.
MAYO, Patrick & Co., Irish whisky; agents, Green-
lees Bros., 37 to 53 Osborne st.
MEAD, Fred. M., & Co., engine packing manufac-
turers, London ; sole agents, Blackley, Young, &
Co., 103 Holm street.
MEADOWS, Chris., artist, 256 West George st.
Meadows, Robert, artist, 256 West George st.
Meadows, Thos. & Co., commission, shipping,
and insurance agents, 28 Royal Exchange square,
and at 35 Milk st., Cheapside, London, 18 North
John st., Liverpool, and 3 Rue Scribe, Paris, agents
for the New York Central and Hudson River Rail-
road Coy. of New York and Boston ; The Merchants'
Despatch Transportation Coy. of New York and
Boston; The American Express Coy. of New York
and Boston; New York, Havana, and Mexican
Mail Steamship Line of New York.
MEALING, Edwin, commission merchant and agent,
97 Buchanan st.
MEALMAKER, John, slater, 160 Duke street.
MEARCHENT, Jas., slater, 122 Govan st.; ho. 92 do.
MEARNS & Co., plumbers and gasfitters, 157|-
London street ; house, 178 do.
Meams, David (of Kirk & Mearns), ho. 10 Belgrave st.
Mearns, George, wine and spirit merchant, 110 North
street ; house, 55 Main street, Gorbals.
Mearns, James (of Mearns & Semple), house, 19
Gayfield street.
Mearns, Robert, detective officer, Renfrewshire Con-
stabulary ; house, Police station, Strathbungo.
Mearns & Semple, plumbers and gasfitters, 215 West
George street.
MECHAN, Arthur, physician and surgeon, 12 Hamil-
ton crescent, Partickhill.
Mechan, Henry (of Mechan & Sons), house, 12
Fitzroy pi.
Mechan & Sons, Neptune Iron, Brass, and Copper
Works, 60 Elliot street, Cranstonhill.
Mechan, Samuel (of Mechan & Sons), ho. 11 Newton
Meachan, William, hairdresser, 216 Claythorn street.
Mechanics' Hall, Calton, Mile-end, and Bridgeton
Public Library, 46 Canning st. ; Miss Kettles, lib.
Mechanics' Institution, 46 Canning street, Calton.
MECHESNEY, Samuel, rope and twine manufac-
turer, 100 Fraser st.
Medical Hall, 118 Woodlands road.
Medicine Chest Depot, 148 Broomielaw.
Mediterranean & Glasgow Steam Packet Office,
Henderson Brothers, agents, 47 Union street.
Mediterranean, Spanish, & Baltic Steamers,
Henry Lamont & Co., 93 Hope st.
Mediterranean Steam-Packet Co., John & Peter
Hutchison, 62 Broomielaw.
Mediterranean Steam Packets, G. & J. Burns, 30
Jamaica street.
Mediterranean Steam-Packet Office ; Burrell & Son,
54 George sq.
MEEK, G. S., editor of the Life Boat, 31 Moir st.
Meek, James, cashier and book keeper, City Paro-
chial Chambers ; ho. 637 Alexandra parade, Den-
Meek, Mrs. Thomas, spirit merchant, 43 Wallace st.,
Tradeston ; house, 45 do.
MEHAN, Hugh, wine and spirit merchant, 103 and
105 Maitland st. and 271 and 273 Garscube road;
house, 144 Buccleuch street.
MEIGHAN, Alex., M.B., CM., L.R.C.S., L.R.C.P.,
consulting rooms, 394 Argyle st.

Images and transcriptions on this page, including medium image downloads, may be used under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence unless otherwise stated. Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence