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(to STIRLING— MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY.
STIELING OASTLE.
Fovt Major, ftlajor William Pcddie. Barrack Master, Caplain William E. Webster.
Barrack Sergeant, Stephen Hare. Chaplain. Rev, William Fiiidlay. Scripture Reader,
William Lindsay. Master (jrtinner, Thomas Williams. Storekeeper, Hugh Wood.
MILITIA.
STOKES, MAR PLACE.
Honorary Colonel, Duke of Slontrose. Lieut.-Colond Commandant, Sir Alex. C. Ramsay
Gibson Maitland, Bart. Majors, John Findlay, Joseph Dundas. Captains, Charles Brodio
Macalister, Edwin Giogan, Edgeworth Horrocks, Lord Walter II. Erskiue, Sir Charles Elphin-
stono Fleming Stirling, Dart., Alexander Dimcan. Lieutenants, Thomas Macdonald Parry,
John Henry Gordon, Herbert Rowan Alexander. Captain and Adjutant, John Craigie
Halket. (Quarter- Master, Captain James Hollis. Surgeon, Charles Gibson, M.D. Assis-
tant Surgeon, D. P. Stewart. Sergeant-Major, Norman Masson. Quarter- Master Sergeant,
Joseph Cook. Sergeant Instructor of Musketry, John Bennet. Paymaster-Sergeant, Alex-
ander Allan. Orderly Room Clerk, William M'Lea. Hospital Sergeant, Peter M'Intosh.
Bugle-Major, Andrew Bowie. Pipe-Major, John M'Donald. Colour-Sergeants, John Frame,
Nelson Patterson, Archibald White, Michael Shanalmn, Tliomas Hunter, Charles Nicholson.
Sergeants, Robert Robertson, John Walker, David M'Farlane, Alexander Davidson, Jolui
Robertson, Edward M 'Sully.
STIELING BIFLE VOLUNTEERS.
Ordeiily Room, 68 Kino Street, open from 9.30 a.m. till 12 noon, ami from 2 till 3 p.m.
Colonel, Joseph Dundas. Majors, Alexander Wilson (Senior), Lord Walter H. Erskine
(Junior). Adjutant, Captain Young. Surgeon, William Johnston, M.D. Sergeant-
Major, William M'Kenzie. 1st Company — Captain, J.ames M. Morrison; Lieutenant,
T. L. Galbraitli; i^;i.v/^«, .John MacEwen. 2n(i Company — Captain, Francis Mackison;
Lieutenant, William Mackison; Ensign, John Hariiie. 9th Company (Uannockburn) —
Captain, E. L. Wilson; LieiUenant, George Watson; Ensign, Alexander Dncliart. 11th
Company — Captain, Robert Gray; Lieutenant, Thomas TurnbuU; Ensign, J. II. Sinclair.
AETILLEET VOLUNTEEES.
Captain, John Murrie. Ist Lieutenant, Alexander Maekie. 2nd Lieutenant, James
Hogg. Master Gunner, Thomas AVilliams.
SYNOD OP PEETH AND STIELING.
Established Cnuricn — Meets alternately at Stirling and Perth on the third Tuesday of
April and October.
Free Church — Meets alternately at Stirling and Perth on the third Wednesday of
April and October.
PEESBYTERIES.
Established — Meets on the la.st Tuesday of every month, except in summer, when it
meets as business may require.
Free Church — Meets when business requires.
United Presbyterian — Meets on Hrst Tuesday of Fehniary, April, June, last Tut'sday
of July, first Tuesday of October and December.

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