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To Glasgow. .James Barr, from Houston, every Monday, Wednes-
day, and Friday morning, and returns same day.
To Paisley.. Peter Findlay, from Bridge of Weir every Thursday,
and returns same day.
Instituted •
I8O7. Bridge of Weir Friendly Association.. Veter Speir preses,
Gryffe mill. .James Kirkwood, treasurer. Bridge of Weir
. -Alexander Barr, clerk, Bridge of Weir. .James Laird,
officer. Bridge of Weir.
1824. Houston and Killallan Book C/2^5. .Archibald Stevenson,
preses, Houston. .Alexander Sliearer, ti-easurer, Houston
..Jas. Patrick, clerk, Houaton— John Cameron, librarian,
1828. Houston Cold and Hot Baths, erected by Subscription. .Wtn.
Carlile, preses, Houston field.. Thomas Smellie, surgeon,
treasurer and clerk, Houston.
These Baths are commodious and well furnished, and have
proved beneficial to manj', and require only to be known to be
generally visited.. .Widow Cullen, Bath-keeper, Houston,
N. B. — To Managers of Societies, see Paisley Directory, page 103.
HOUSTON SCHOOL— (Parish School House.) j
This school is patronised and supported solely, by Mrs. Cuning- ||
name of Craigends. The children are liberally supplied by her ^!
vvith Catechisms and Bibles gratis.. .Scholars 50, James Fram,
BRIDGE OF WEIR SCHOOL- (Burgher Church.)
Conducted by the Rev. William Scott Hay, and Robert Muir.
To this school is attached a libraiv.. .Scholars about 40.
CROSLIE SCHOOL.. William Fleming, teacher.. .Scholars 50.
Houston. .Second Tuesday of May,
Bridge of Weir. .First Friday alter Thorn Fair.
Gryfte Water.winds its course through the centre of the village of
Bridge of Weir, and divides the parishes of Houston and Kilbarchan.

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