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BROCK, Andrew, tinsmith, gasfitter, and ironmonger,
126 Cumberland street, s.s. ; house, 26 Gilmour St.
Brock, And. (of W. Brock & Son), ho. Benvue, Busby.
Brock & Ballantine, writers, 58 Bath st.
Brock, Henry (of John OiT Ewing & Co.), residence,
Auchenheglish, Alexandria, Dumbartonshire.
Brock, Hugh, veterinary surgeon, 112 North st. and
12 Kent rd.; ho. 181 North street.
Brock, John C. (of Brock & Ballantine), ho. 375
Sauehiehall st.
Brock, R. W., tinsmith, &c., 15 West street, s.s.
Brock, Robert (at Law, Dawson, & Co.'s), ho. 235
Onslow drive.
Brock, Thomas, ship and maiine insurance broker
and stevedore's agent, Royal Exchange; ho. 7 West-
bank quadrant
Brock, W. J., & Co., commission merchants and
produce brokers, 70 Wellington st.
Brock, W. J. (of W. J. Brock & Co.), ho. 16 St.
Albans ter.
Brock, Wm., & Son, grain merchants, 17 Waterloo st.
Brock, William (of Wm. Brock & Son), house, 6
Ashton terrace, Dowanhill.
BROCKAT, William, 28 York st.
BROOKE, Frederic, india-rubber stamp maker. Con-
tinental store, tobacconist, &c., 53 Dumbarton rd.
BROCKET!, Andrew, wine and spirit mercht., 384
St. Vincent st. ; ho., 155 North st.
BRODBIN, James, provision merchant, 75 Maitland
St., and 67 Parliamentary rd.; ho. 30 Northburn st.
BRODE, Julius, teacher of German, 291 Hope st.
BRODIE, Charles, factory superintendent, Stewart &
M'Donald's, 187 Rutherglen road ; ho. 347 PoUok-
shaws rd.
Brodie, Charles, 358 North Woodside road.
Brodie & Co., commission merchants, 95 Bath st.
Brodie, George J. W. S., manager for Scotland the
Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York; house,
Whitefield Lodge, Lennoxtown.
Brodie, Hugh, traveller (at A. Bryce & Co.'s), ho.
153 Garthland drive.
Brodie, Hugh, wholesale stationer and fancy goods
dealer, 126 Norfolk st.; ho. 8 Devon st.
Brodie, Hugh, newsagent, stationer, bookseller, and
librarian, 419 Eglinton street and 311 Paisley rd.;
ho. 8 Devon st.
Brodie, James (of James Brodie & Co.), house,
Brodie, Jas. (at Greenlees Brothers), ho. 29 Bank
street, Greenock.
Brodie, James, & Co., paper machine wire makers
and wire cloth weavers. Great Eastern Wire Works,
Great Eastern Road.
Brodie, James (of Neilson & Brodie), ho. Cheapside
House, Eaglesham.
Brodie, John Ewan, M.D., F.F.P.S.G., physician and
surgeon, consulting rooms, 462 Argyle street ; ho.
5 Woodside place, Charing cross. Telephone No.
Brodie, John, milk dealer, 43 Main St., Bridgeton ;
house, 68 do.
Brodie, John (at J. & G. Brown's), ho. 25 Pitt street.
Brodie, J. J. (Evening News), ho. 365 Bath st.
Brodie, MacLean, & Forgie, chartered accountants,
22 Renfield st.
Brodie, MacLean, C. A. (of MacLean Brodie & Forgie),
ho. 44 Westbourne gardens.
Brodie, Robt,, sign writer and gilder, 511 Gallowgate.
Brodie, Robert, secy. (John Walker & Co., Ltd.) ho.
154 Slatefleld street. '
Brodie, Robert, writer and commissioner for taking
affidavits in the Irish courts (of M'Clure Nai-
smith, Brodie & Co.), ho. 23 Belhaven terrace.
Brodie, Robert, chemist and druggist, 253 Crown'st.
s.s. ; ho., 8 Apsley pL ''
Brodie, Robert, commercial traveller (at James Sin-
clair & Co.'s), house, 198 Darnley street.
Brodie, Thomas, teacher, Kinning Park Public School •
ho. 60 M'Cuiloch street, Pollokshields. '
Brodie, Thomas, 35 and 37 Washington st. ; ho. 10
Binnie place.
Brodie, William, writer (of M'Clure, Naismith, Brodie
& Co.), ho. 23 Belhaven ter. '
Brodie, Wm., horse shoer, 106 Great Eastern rd.
Brodie, Miss (of Grant & Brodie), ho. 16 Dalhous'ie st
BROGAN, A. D. (of Glasgow Plate Glass Co., FirhiU)"
house, 71 Cambridge drive, Kelvinside. '
Brogan, D. clothier, 11 Dundas St., city.
Brogan, James, plasterer, 18 Black street ; house
50 Glebe street. '
Brogan, John, butcher, 365 Argyle street, 463 St.
Vincent st., and 7 Norfolk st.; house, 22 Robert-
son street.
Brogan, Robert, janitor. Deaf and Dumb Institute •
ho. 21 Shamrock st. '
Brogan, William, grocer and provision merchant 175
Gairbraid St.; ho. 847 New City road.
BROMET, Mark, & Co., rag merchants, buyers of
all kinds of cuttings, 247 Paisley road ; London
Branch, Charterhouse; works. Little Sutton st
London, E.C. "'
BROMHEAD, Horatio K., architect, A.R.I.B.A. &
LA., 243 St. Vincent st. ; ho. 14 Bothwell
ter., Hillhead.
BROMLEY & Fisher, manufacturers of steel files
hammers, roller bars, elbow and straight bottom
plates, and every description of paper and machine
knives, Midland works, Sheffield ; represented by
James Barclay, 17 Oswald st.
BROOK, Charles A., electro-bronzer, nickel and
silver plater, 57 Montrose st. ; ho. 14 Richmond st.
Brook, Jonas, & Brothers, cotton thread manufac-
turers; works, Meltham mills, Huddersfield. See
the Central Agency.
Brook, Joseph, Ss Co., church organ builders
speciahty Electric Organs by "Royal Letters
Patent," 57 Butterbiggins rd.; ho. 8 Ethel terrace.
Brooke, Simpson, & Spiller (Ltd.), manufacturers of
anOine dyes; agents, Henderson, Hogg, & Co.,
15 Cadogan street.
Brook, Mrs., dealer, 312 High street.
BROOKFIELD, Aitchison, & Co., Manchester; agt.
George Shirras, 153 Queen street.
BROOKS, Alexander, plumber, gasfitter and bell-
hanger, 10 Dixon avenue ; house, 16 do.
Brooks, Andrew M. (of Peter Young, Sons, & Co.),
ho. 130 Parliamentary rd.
Brooks & Hamilton, sewed muslin manufacturers,
14 Ingram street.
Brooks, John, commission agent, 40 Union street;
house, 3 Smith street, Hillhead.
Brooks, John, musicseller, 91 Eglinton street; house
17 Cumberland street, s.s.
Brooks, P. M. (of Brooks & Hamilton), ho. 10 Queen
Margaret cres.
Brooks, Mrs. D., spirit merchant, 253 Parliamentary
road ; ho. 251 do.

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