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Burton, Thomas, teaclier of dancing, St. George's
Hall, 240 Buchanan street; ho. 148 W. Nile st.
Burton, Wm., professor of music, G5 Bank street,
BUSBY, Fred., music seller, teacher of music, and
cop3'ist, 9 Dixon avenue, Crossbill.
BUSHEIX, Miss, 47 Victoria buildings, Byars' road,
BUSSELL, G. H. D., clothier and outfitter, 115
Govan road ; house, 8 Ibrox place.
BUTCHART, James, watchmaker, 22 Argyle st.; ho.
124 Main street, Gorbals
Butchart, Lindsay, & Co., spinners, hemp carpet
and matting manufacturers, Dundee, 93 Hope st.
BUTLER Bros., makers of steel castings, ingots, &c.
Rosebery Steel Works, Middlesborough ; agent,
.John FuUerton, 58 Renfield street.
Butler, Hugh (at Jas. Rankine & Son's), ho. Rosehill,
Butler, James, lace designer and draughtsman, 11
Bothwell street ; house, Mrs. Bell, 7 Albert road,
Butler, Peter, broker, 9, 11, and 13 Jackson st.; ho.
87 Stockwell st.
Butler, William, North British Railway Co., Sight-
hill Station ; house, 30 Roslea drive, Dennistoun.
Butler, W. F. & J., billposters, 75 Parson st.
Butler, Mrs. E., Athole terrace, 189 Pitt street.
BUTTERS Brothers, contractors' engineers ;
offices, 93 Hope street ; cranes, engines, rails,
waggons, pumps, and builders' plant, alwaj'S in
stock, for hire or sale. Telephone No. 3039 ; works.
Park and Lambbill sts., s.s. ; yards, 18, 20, and 22
Waterloo st.
Butters Brothers, Percy Crane and Engine
Works, Park and Lambbill sts.. Paisley rd.,
manufacturers of cranes, pumps, engines, saw-mill
machinery, sugar-cane waggons, &c.; office, 93
Hope st.
Butters Brothers, engineers, 93 Hope st., sole
agents in Scotland for Henry Wilson & Co., brass-
founders, Stockton-on-Tees, patentees of the Hurri-
cane Blower.
Butters, Jas., butcher, 519 Sanchiehall street; house,
529 do.
Butters, James P., 235 Berkeley st.
Butters, Joseph, fish merchant, 23 Prince of Wales
terrace, Byars' Road ; ho. 2 Lily bank pL, Billhead.
Butters, M. W. (of Butters Brothers), residence,
Chariemont, Cathcart.
BUTTON, Joseph, house painter, 288 Great Western
rd.; ho. 67 King st., Rutherglen.
BUXTON, Joseph, china painter, 51 Dorset st.
BYAS, Ann, refreshment rooms, 13 Shaftesbury
BYERS, Ai-chd. S., drysalter, 194a St. Vincent st.
Byers, .Joseph, fruit merchant. Bazaar.
Byars, Malcolm, general blacksmith, 31 Miller's
place ; house, 55 Main street, Gorbals.
Byers, Wm. (at Todd & Higginbotham's), house, 17
Binnie pi,
Byers, Mrs. Robert, fruit merchant, Bazaar.
BYRNE, Charles, writer, 122 Wellington street;
ho. 5 East Park terrace, Maryhill road.
Byrne, Thomas, pawnbroker, 57 liing street, s.s.,
and Stewarton and Saltcoats; ho. Countess st,
Byrne, Elizabeth M., teacher of music and English, 7
Abbotsford pi.
CABLE, John, 13 Elmbank ores.
CABRAL, Francis, grocer and provision merchant, 20
Abercromby street ; house, 63 Stevenson street.
CADBURY Brothers, cocoa and chocolate manu-
facturers, Bournville, near Birmingham ; office, 28
St. Enoch sq.
CADDELL, Andrew R. (at Johnson & Macbean's),
ho. 639 Dalmarnock rd.
CADDEN, John, & Co., shipping and commission
agents, 6 Dixon street.
Cadden, John (of John Cadden & Co.), house, 2
Sutherland ter., Hillhead.
CADENHEAD, James (of Douglas & Cadenhead),
house, 37 Garriochmill road.
CADIEN, Mary, stationer and smallwares, 75 North
St. Mungo St.
Cadiz and Oporto wine stores, 206 Argyle street.
Cadiz Steam Packet Olfice, Burrell & Son, 54
George sq.
Cadiz Steam Packet Co., John & Peter Hutchi-
son, 62 Broomielaw.
CADMAN, William, leather merchant and shoe
furnisher, 9 Park place, Stockwell street ; house,
76 Abbotsford place.
CADZOW, Wm., dairyman, 116 Great Hamilton st.;
ho. 118 do.
Cadzow Coal Co. (Limited), coal masters, office,
10 Bothwell street ; depots, Caledonian Railway
Mineral station, Crow road, Partick, Lambbill st.
Kinning Park, West street, s.s., London road, St.
Rollox, and Morrison street, Edinburgh.
CABILI.,, Wm., wine and spirit merchant, 8 Crown
St., 84 Caledonia rd., and 69 Florence St.; ho. 5
Hill St., Garnethill.
CAIG, Janet, wine and spirit merchant, 116 Adelphi
Street and 3 Norman st., Bridgeton ; house, 2
Clydeview terrace.
CAILLER, Walker, & Co., produce shippers, Messina;
Lindsay & Campbell, agents, 118 Broomielaw
CAINE, Thos. Howard (of Laidlaw, Sons, & Caine,
CAIRO, Edward, professor of Moral Philosophy, the
University ; residence, 1 University.
Caird, James, Ashlea, Langside.
Caird, James, sen. (of James Caird & Co.), res. Colling-
wood, Partick.
Caird, James, jr., Collingwood, Partick.
Caird, James, & Co., plasterers, modellers, and cement
merchants, 82 Wellington st. and 41a Shamrock st.
Caird, The Very Rev. John, D.D., LL.D., Principal
of the University ; resid. 12 " The College," Gil-
Caird, Miss, furnishings, 220 St. James' st., Paisley rd.
CAIRNCROSS, Jas., commercial traveller(at Lorimer
& Moyes'), ho. 300 Cathcart road.
CAIRNEY, John, artist, 114 West Campbell street ;
house, 47 Scott street, Garnethill.
Caimey, William (of Thomas Skinner & Co.), ho.
4 Parkgrove terrace.
Cairney, Wm. D., C.A. (at M'Clelland, Mackinnon, &
Blyth), ho. 4 Park Grove ter.
Cairney, Misses, young ladies' seminary, 47 Scott
street, Garnethill.
CAIRNS, Alex., brickbuilder and contractor, 78 Reid
St., Bridgeton.
Cairns, Andw., manager at Bayfield Foundry ; house,
3 Beaufort Gardens, AUison street, Govanhill.

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