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STREET DIRECTORY.
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Frovost Jamieson's Quay.
From Fish Market to Regent Bridge.
A. L. Reid, drysalter
A. R. Low, wood merchant
Queen Street.
From Broad street to North street.
LEFT HAND SIDE.
3 Gibb & Hay, lithographers
7 G. M. Thomson, wholesale grocer
11 Chas. Robertson, tailor
13 Mrs Park, spirit dealer
15 R. Mackinlay, tea merchant
17 John Scorgie, butter merchant
21 Mrs Wm. Diack, clothier
25 John Brodie, grocer
27 Robert Birss, druggist
27a Miss Bisset, dressmaker
29 Wm. Green, merchant
31 Mrs Duthie
33 A. Troup, stationer
35 John Middleton, tailor
. . J. Thomson & Co. , tea merchants
. . George Mason, painter
37 J. Bisset & Co., grocers
39 West of Scotland Shoehouse ; A.
Allan, manager
41 John M'Phee, prison warder
43 Alex. M'Gregor, saddler
Shoe lane.
45 James Low & Co., saddlers
47 Aberdeen Quill Manufactory
49 James Gibson, clothier
51 Mrs James Maguire
53 John Jack, stoneware merchant
55 R. Aberdein, funeral undertaker
59 Thomson & Donaldson, refresh-
ment rooms
61 A. Davidson, plumber
63 James Mitchell, tailor
65 Misses Davidson, drapers
73 George Mearns, spirit dealer
79 Wm. Legge, tinsmith
81 George Gray, grocer
. . Peter Gray, coal merchant
83 Robert Riach, hairdresser
85 D. & A. Lonie, tobacconists
89 Jas. Walker, boot and shoe maker
91 Mrs Alexander, lodgings
93 J. & J. S. Anderson, hardware mers.
RIGHT HAND SIDE.
1 Mrs Allan, confectioner
2 G. Stephen, clothier
6 A. Innes & Sons, undertakers
8 Wm. Jeffrey, grocer
10 Chronicle cov.rt.
. . Charles Letters, pawnbroker
12 John Cassie, (Chivas Bros.)
14 George Anderson, watchmaker
16 Alex. Donald, flesher
18 Mrs Anderson, lodgings
20 Edward Leslie, shoemaker
24 Win. Rattray & Son, tobacco and
snuff manufacturers
26 Alex. Robertson, grocer
28 J. Penman & Co., publishers
. . A. P. Hird, agent
30 Virtue & Co., publishers
32 A. Adams, photographer
34 John Mason & Son, painters
42 Alex. Forbes & Co. , warehousemen
46 J. R. Cormack, clothier
50 Alex. Smith, stationer
52 Mill of Cults Warehouse; J. Thom-
son
54 J. & J. P. Edmond & Spark, book-
binders
Lodge Walk.
56 Mrs Glennie, innkeeper
' Artillery Gymnasium.
62 John Logan, beadle
64 John Cumming, Artillery Tavern
66 Wm. M'Kenzie, baker
70 Wm. Gibb, merchant
72 John Findlay, clothier
74 William Gilchrist & Co., funeral
undei-takers
76 Charles Hogg
78 Miss M'Intosh, draper
80 Miss Bennet, milliner
82 James L. Philip, com. merchant
Queen's Cross.
At junction of Albyn place with
Skene road.
Geo. W. Wilson (of G. W. W. & Co.)
George Milne, Westwood
Rubislaw Church
Wm. Bisset
Queen's Gardens.
Queen's cross.
J. Shirrefs Gordon, of Craig
Mrs Williams
Wm. Littlejohn, late bank manager
Queen's Gate.
At junction of Queen's road with
Forest road.
1 John Smith, advocate
Miss Warrack, teacher
Wm. Grant, grain merchant
A. M. M'Kenzie (of M. & M.)
Queen's Road.
From Queen's cross to Glenburnie
road.
LEFT HAND SIDE.
1 Edward Fiddes (N. of S. Bk., Ltd.)
3 Miss Abercrombie
5 Rev. George H. Knight, F. S. C.
Manse
7 J. P. Kay, druggist, Elgin Villa

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