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Walker, John, 22 Barony street
Walker, John, house painter and glazier, 43
North Pitt street — ho. 3 Henderson row
Walker, John, secretary, N, B. Eailway Co.
5 Chalmers' crescent
Walker, John Wm. 9 Mayfield street
Walker, John, 4 Tolbooth wynd
Walker, Joseph, engineer, 7 Kirk street
Walker, M. and Co. publishers and printers,
18 So. St David street
Walker, Oliver, china and rag merchant, 11
Broad wynd, Leith — house, 7 Chapel lane
Walker, Peter, spirit mercht. 76 Grassmarket
— house, 6 Heriot bridge
Walker, Robert, 12 Comely Green place
Walker, Robert, clothier, 2 Tollcross
Walker, Robert, 59 Thistle street
Walker, Robert, 14 Heriot place
Walker, Robert, tea dealer, 1 1 St .John street
Walker, Robert, warehouseman, Summerfield
cottage, Leith
Walker, Robert, carter, 16 Cromwell street
Walker, Robert, 2 Scotland street
Walker, R. {Bell and Bradfute), E. Merchis-
Walker, Thomas, 21 Barony street
Walker, Thomas, baker, 5 Johnstone place
Walker, Thomas M. oil and colourman, 106
West bow — ho. 18 Bristo street
Walker, Thomas, 18 Dundas street
Walker, Thos. prov. dealer, 57 Candlemaker
row — house, 88
Walker, Thos. cabinetmaker, 5 N. Newington
Walker, Thos. typefounder, 94 Abbeyhill
Walker, W. and G.joiners and cabinetmakers,
2 Castle st. — workshops, 5 Church lane
Walker, Wm. {W.and G. F.), 180 Rose st.
Walker, Wm, Caledonian Railway, 1 Bright
Walker, William, draper, 6 Kirkgate
Walker, Wm. surgeon, 47 Northumberland
Walker, Wm. collector of taxes, burgh of
Leith, Town hall, 19 Charlotte street —
house, 2 Pirniefield place
Walker, W. S. of Bowland, 26 Moray place
Walker, W., N. B. Railway ofhce, 3 Canal st.
Walker, Mrs, prov. dealer, 61 Potterrow
Walker, Mrs, 34 Buccleuch place
Walker, Mrs, 5 Howe street
Walker, Mrs, 23 Pilrig street
Walker, Mrs, 22 Broughton street
Walker, Mrs, 8 M'Kenzie place
Walker, Mrs, 1 Summerhall place
Walker, Mrs, 4 Bonnington place
Walker, Mrs, teacher of pianoforte, 56 Clerk st.
Walker, Mi's, of Dairy, 9 AthoU crescent
Walker, Mrs A. S. 2 Scotland street
Walker, Mrs, Bunoo, 43 Grange road
Walker, Mrs G. 4 Hermitage hill
Walker, Mrs Jas. F. 2 Windsor street
Walker, Mrs John, 6 Morrison street
Walker, Mrs W. 5 Stanhope place
Walker, Mrs W. G. 24 Clarence street
Walker, Mrs Wm. 47 Northumberland st.
Walker, Mrs Wm. 7 Queen's crescent
Walker, Mrs Wm. 9 Leven street
Walker, Miss, 25 Dick place
Walker, Miss, 16 Hope street
Walker, Miss, 6 Leopold place \
Walker, Miss, 3 Gloucester place
Walker, Miss, 3 Kirkgate
Walker, Miss, 2 Hart street
Walker, Miss, Drumsheugh
Walker, Miss, 16 Wright's houses
Walkingshaw, Francis, 17 South Norton pi.
Walkingshaw, Gideon, coal agent, 17 South
Norton place
Walkingshaw, William, writer, Echo bank
Wall, Mrs, milliner, 36 Fountainbridge
Wallace and Co. printers, 42 Rose street
WALLACE, A. & CO. {late Wallace and
White), Foreign and British marble works,
Shrub place and 15 Leith walk {See heloio.)
Wallace, A. B. teacher of music, Murray villa,
St Catherine's place
Wallace, Alex. 9 Pilrig street
Wallace, Andrew, 3 Glover street
Wallace, Archibald, tailor, 97 Kirkgate
Wallace, David, house factor, wright, &c., 19
Panmure place
Wallace, David, {Register Office), 2 Richmond
Wallace, E., W.S. {Grant and W.), 5 St Vin-
cent street
Wallace, F. M. teacher of music, 138 Nicol-
son street
Wallace, Gabriel Hamilton, upholsterer, 25
Upper View Craig row
Wallace, J. teacher of music, 138 Nicolson st.
Wallace, J. tailor and clothier, 74 Great
Junction street
Wallace, J. clerk of Holyrood House, 31 Alva
Wallace, James, baker, 1 1 Heriot terrace
Wallace, J. tobacconist, 54 Duke st. Leith
Wallace, Rev. J. A., Forthland house, Trinity
Wallace, J. B. 3 Summerhall place
Wallace, James, 22 Maitland street
Wallace, James, 26 Pitt street
Wallace, James, 9 Bowling Green sti'eet
Wallace, James, 29 Royal terrace
SHRUB PLACE, Leith Walk, Edinbuegh.
ANDREW WALLACE & CO. be,s to intimate that, the
Railway Works at Leith Walk being completed, they
have now erected extensive premises on the same ground
occupied by them for forty years, and respectfully solicit
a continuance of the high patronage so liberally bestowed
in the past.
A. W. & Co. would only add that they import their
IMarbles direct from the Quarries, use Improved Steam
Power, and do the first business out of London, and at the
Lowest Prices possible.
Repairs moderately and jiidinously made.

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