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PORTER.-
-GSNERAI. DIRECTORY.-
-PRATT.
Porter, Jas. (of A. Porter & Co.), ho. 63 Waverley
gardens, Crossmyloof.
Porter, Jas. (at John Porter's, Janefield, London rd.),
ho. Eosebank, Dennistoun.
Porter, John, house factor, 577 Dalmamock road;
ho. Beechwood villa, Dalmamock road.
Porter, John, brickmaker, builder, and contractor,
Janefield brickworks, London rd. ; house, Rosebank,
4 Onslow drive, Dennistoun ; telephone No. 2601.
Porter, John, M.B.C.M., physician and surgeon, 253
Gallowgate ; ho. 10 Anntield pi., Dennistoun.
Porter, Robert (of W. Porter & Co.), ho. 87 Meadow-
park street.
Porter, Thos., plumber and gasfitter, 12 Stanley st.;
ho. 6 Rutland cres. Paisley road.
Porter, Wm., tobacconist, newsagent, and confectioner,
139 Kent road; ho. 30 Breadalbane st.
Porter, Wm., & Co., muslin and skirting manu-
facturers, 119 Virginia place.
Porter, Wm., inspector of police, Southern PoHce
Office; ho. 40 Main st. s.s.
Porter, Mrs. J. B., Governess' Institution and Lome
Servants' Registry, 178 Bath st., late 120 Buchanan
street; established, 1875.
Porter, Mrs., midwife, 598 Gallowgate.
Porter, Slargaret, wine and spirit merchant, 40
Kirkpatrick st.; ho. 32 Fielden st.
Portland Bolt and Kut Co., Ltd., bolt manufrs.,
makers of bolts, nuts, washers, spikes, rivets, &c.,
217 Buchanan street; Thos. Hannay, agent.
Portland Forge Co., makers of engine and ship
forgings in iron and steel, Kilmarnock.
Portland Iron Works, Hurlford; office, 168 West
George street.
Portland (Maine) Steam Ship Office ; Donaldson
Brothers., 165 St. Vincent st.
Portland (U.S.) Steam Ship Office; Jas. & Alex.
Allan, 25 Bothwell street.
PORTKUSH Steam-Packet Office; Alex. A. Laird &
Co., agents, 52 Robertson street.
Portsmouth Steamers OtEce, 21 Carlton pi.
Portuguese Vice-Consul for Greenock, John
]\I'Queen Barr, C.A. (of Barr, Carstairs & Hunter,
C.A.), 85 Queen st.
Positive Government Security Life Assurance Co.,
Ltd.; branch office for Glasgow and West of Scot-
land, 121 W. Regent st; C. Carnie Ferguson, mngr.
POSNER, Jacob, wholesale clothier, 16 S. Portland st.
PossiL Collieries Office, 58 Bath street, and 114
Midwharf, Port Dundas.
PossiLPAKK Established Church, Bardowie st.
Possilpark Free Church, AUander st, ; Rev. William
M'Killiam, M.A., minister.
Possilpark Proprietors, Estate Office, 73 Hawthorn
St., Possilpark.
Possilpark Receiving Office, 208 Saracen street ; John
Rae, receiver.
Postal and Telegraph Christian Association,
83 N. Frederick st ; secretary for Scotch branches,
Miss Annie Mathieson, 10 Ashton ter., Hillhead.
FOSTDOWN, Wm., secy. Glasgow Rate and Salvage
Association, and superintendent Glasgow Salvage
Corps, 37 North Albion street.
Post-Office, Head Office, George sq. For Branch
Offices and Receiving Offices see Appendix, p. 3.
POTHS, H, & Co., London, importers of druggists'
sundries, shop bottles and jars with vitrified
- labels, sample bottles, boxes, bags, &c. ; office and
show-room, 113 West Regent st.
POTT, Cassels, & Williamson, engineers and founders,
Motherwell.
Pott, R. & N., vinegar makers, London; agents,
Raimes, Clark, & Co., 96 Eenfield street.
POTTAGE'S, J. C, successor T. Robinson, homoeo-
pathic chemist, 47 St. Vincent street. See Robinson.
POTTER & Co., Ltd., patent fire- proof floors ; agent,
George R. Connell, 79 Robertson st.
Potter, George, G.P.O., 300 Langside rd.
Potter, Henry R. (at Thomas Potter's), ho. High
Crossbill, Rutherglen. i
Potter, Rev. John, Robertson's Memorial Church; ho.
93 Golfhill ter.
Potter, KiObert, light Swedish iron, malleable ■
and cast-iron founder, castings suitable for ship-
builders, sewing machine makers, factories, rail-
way signal makers, telegraph work, engineers, and
stampers in malleable iron and steel, &c., &c.,
BaiTowfield Foundry, 48 French st., Bridgeton;
ho. Fernielea, North Mount Vernon.
Potter, Robert, agent for Wilson & Co., bobbin manu-
facturers, Beevor Works, Barnsley, 48 French st.
Potter, Thomas, engineers', mill, printfield, colliery,
joiners', builders', and contractors' ironmongery
furnisher, sole agent for patent machinery belting
and india-rubber, &c. ; warehouse, 41 Cumberland
St. and 78 Clyde street, off Canning st., Calton;
ho. Overfield, Bumside, by Rutherglen.
Potter, Thos., iron, steel, nail, chain, bolt, and nut
store, 41 Cumberland St., and 78 Clyde st., Calton.
Potter, Wm., assistant registrar, Gorbals District ;
ho. 9 Holmhead place, Cathcart.
Potter, W. H. & Co., yarn agents, 207 Ingram st.
Potter's Federation, Ltd., Robert Bird, secy., 58
Renfield st.
POTTS, Joseph, C.E., surveyor on Kelvinside estate,
241 St. Vincent street.
Potts, WiUiam Henry, clerk, Caledonian Ry., 302
Buchanan street ; house, 134 Buccleuch st.
POWELL, E. W. & Co., manufacturers of electro-
plated goods, electro-plate works, 114 Trongate;
ho. Knowe terrace, Cathcart.
Powell, James, F.E.I.S , teacher, Newlands Public
School, Dalmarnock st. ; ho. 3 Alexandra place,
Dennistoun.
Powell (The) Duifryn Steam Coal Co., Ltd.,.
Cardiff; agents, Richard Munro & Co., 160 Hope st.
POWER, Jiio., & Son, John's Lane Distillery
Dublin ; agents, Robertson & Baxter, 48 W. Nile st.
Power, William Henry, wine and spirit merchant,
40 King street, city, 112 Houston st., 18 Cathcart
st. and 3 and 5 Little Dovehill ; ho. 170 London st.
Power, Mrs., 16 Ai-lington st.
PowERLOOM Beamers' Committee Rooms, 29 St
Andrew's square.
POYNTER, John, Son, & Macdonalds, manufacturing
chemists and drysalters, 72 Great Clyde street;
stores, 100 Salkeld street, Port-Eghnton ; works,
Delhngbum St., Greenock ; telephone No. 533 ;
telegraphic address, " Poynter."
POZZIE & Co., tinsmiths and lampmakers, 76 John
St., city.
Pozzie, Wm. (of Pozzie & Co.), ho. 77 North Fred-
erick street.
PRANGNELL, Geo., wine and spirit merchant, 75
and 77 Stirling road, and 182 St. James road, and
50 Ronald st.
PRATT, Chas., Glasgow Salvage Corps, 37 to 41
North Albion street.

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