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Blairlodgian Club, James Ronald, secretary, Oak-
Lrnds, Paisley.
BLAKE, Richard (of Richard Blake & Co.), 100
Brook st. ; bo. 8 Gallowflat terrace, Eutherglen.
Blake, Richard, & Co., power loom cloth commission
weavers or manufacturers, 100 Brook street.
Blake, Richard, manufacturer, 377 Dalmarnock road;
ho. 8 Gallowflat terrace, Eutherglen.
Blake, Robert, flesher, 79 High street; house, 49
Whitevale street.
Blake, Mrs. Robert, milliner and dressmaker, 725
Gallowgate ; ho. 49 Whitevale.
BLA.NC, Auguste F., professor and translator often
languages, 25 Clyde Place.
BLAND, Thos., gas inspector, 42 Virginia st.; bo. ,121
Hospital street.
BLANE, James (of Watson & Blane), res. Quarry-
ball House, Hamilton.
Blane, Wm. B., oil and colour merchant, 20 and 22
Oxford street ; ho. 14 Allanton terrace, Govanhill.
Blane, William B., oil and colour merchant, agent
for John Turnbull & Sons, paper-hanging manu-
facturers, Leeds ; and the Waverley Varnish Co.,
Granton, near Edinburgh, 20 and 22 Oxford st.;
lio., 14 Allanton terrace, Govanhill.
Blank (The) Valley Railway Co.; James Keyden,
secretary ; office, 186 West George street.
Blanefield (The) Printing Co., calico printers, 194
Buchanan St., and 24 Princes st, Manchester;
works, Strathblane, Stirlingshire.
BLANK, Emilius, braid and trimming manufacturer,
1 Prince's square.
BLANKENHEYm & Nolet, Rotterdam;
agent, W. P. Lowrie, 45 Hope street.
Blanttre Accident Fund Office, Arthur Forbes
(of Moir & Forbes, writers), secretary ; Andrew
Mackinnon, Commercial Bank, 161 St. Vincent st.,
treasurer; Adam Sutherland, superintendent, 75
W. Nile street.
BLA.W, Jlrs., sale shop, 98 Nelson street, s.s.
BLELLOCK, Andrew, printer, lithographer, and
stationer, 4 Bath street.
BLELOCH, P. (of Thos. Chalmers & Co., Ltd.), ho.
5 Great George St., Hillbead.
BLENCH, W. L. (at T. W. Newlands & Co.), ho.
20 Grafton st.
BloCHAIrn Sand and Fire Clay Co., fire-brick, fire-
clay, enamelled fire-clay ware, and moulding sand
manufacturers, Blochairn.
BLOOM, Louis, carver, gilder, and picture-frame
maker, 78, 84 Stockwell street ; house, 78 do.
BLOOMER, James, contractor, 188 Kelvinhaugh st.
Bloomvale Carpet Works, John Lyle & Co., Ford-
neuk street.
BLUE, Allan P., M.R.C.V.S., veterinary surgeon
and horse shoer, 81 Pitt St.; ho. 52 Douglas st.
Blue, Edward, clerk. Loco. Supt. Office, Cowlairs,
N.B. Railway; ho. 64 Watt st., s.s.
Blue, Dugald, assistant superintendent. East Coast
Railways, 32 West George st. ; res., 113 Kenmure
street, Pollokshields.
Blue, Dugald, clothier, 129 and 131 London st.; bo.
143 do.
Blue Bell Lodge, Ancient Order of Free Gardeners ;
hall, 87 Gallowgate.
Bluevale Established Church, Duke street, east;
Rev. Andrew Miller, minister.
BLUMENSTEIN,Mrs. C, milliner and dressmaker, 34
Gladstone st. : ho. 32 do.
BLYTH, Alexander B., boot and shoe manufacturer,
287 Buchanan st, 200 West Nile st, and 155
Cowcaddens st ; ho. 36 Annette st., Govanhill.
Blyth, A. H. V. enghieer (at A. & J. Inglis, 64 Warroch
street), house, 406 St. Vincent street.
Blyth, David, writer (of Smillie & Blyth), ho.,
Haylee villa, Clarkstcn, Busby.
Blyth, Harry, The Scottish People, The Ch'iel, The
Scottish Press Advertising Agency, journalist, 52
Sauchiehall street ; house, 11 Great George street,
Blyth, James (of Findlay & Tannahill), house, 98
South Portland street.
Blyth, James, professor of mathematics and natural
philosophy, Anderson's College, 204 George st;lio,
170 Gt. Western rd.
Blyth, J. & M., booksellers, stationers, and news-
agents, 625 Duke street.
Blyth, Robert, wine and spirit merchant, 62 Marl-
borough st and 46 East Rose st.; ho. 287 Duke st.
Blyth, Robert G., iron and commission merchant,
147 W. Regent St.; ho. 28 Westbank ter., Hillhead.
Blyth, Robert, C.A. (of M'Clelland, Mackinnon, &
Blyth), ho., 1 Montgomerie Quadrant, Kelvinside.
Blyth, Thomas, spirit merchant, 418 Garscube road;
house, 448 St. George's road.
Blythe, William, & Co., manufacturing chemists and
drysalters, 21 West Nile st.; Holland Bank Chem-
ical Works, Church, Lancashire; and 65 Mosleyst,
Blythswood Club, 51 W. Regent street.
Blythswood Established Church, Bath street, corner
of Holland street ; Rev. Wm. Fergus, minister.
Blythswood Estate office, 150 West Regent street;
Adam Aitken, factor.
Blythswood Foundry, Wm. Boyd & Co., ironfounders,
North street and William st, Anderston.
Blythswood Hotel, 248 Ai-gyle street; Alex. Ross,
Blythswood Packing Case Works, 25 Douglas st
Blythswood Registry Office, for births and marriage
notices, &c., 52 West Nile st. ; James Struthers,
Blythswood Saw Mills, Graham & Roxburgh, 128
Pitt street, and 45 Jane street.
"Blythswood" Yacht Agency, sales, purchases, and
charters effected, all requisites supplied, 101
Bothwell street.
Blythswoodholme Buildings; Robert Gracie,
manager, 11 Bothwell street
BOAG, James, blacksmith and tool manufacturer, 51
Smith St., Paisley road, west ; ho. 13 Susses st
Boag, James, spirit merchant. 79 Main street,
Bridgeton; house, Mossbank cottage, Uddingston.
Boag, John, currier and leather merchant, Barrowfield
Leather Works, 48 French st. ; ho. 3 Newhall ter.
Boag, John, grocer, 134 Kent road; ho. 132 do.
Boag, John N., wine merchant, 421, 517 and 519
Dumbarton rd., Partick, and 157 St George's rd.;
bo., Scotstoun villa, Whiteiuch.
Boag, John, iron and metal merchant, 144 Bath
street ; res. 7 Elmbank cres.
BOARDMAN, James, die sinker, brand cutter,
engraver, brass window-plate maker, label manu-
facturer in metals, stamp cutter, stamp and seal
engraver, stencil-plate maker, trade-mark maker,
india rubber stamp manufacturer, Glasgow. Stamp
and brandworks, 55 Charlotte lane.— /S'ee Advt. in

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