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STREET DIRECTORY.
Union Buildings.
From Castle street to Shiprow.
1-2 Wm. Jackson, wine and spirit
merchant
2 Athenaeum Restaurant
George Cook, manager
4-5 Fyfe & Co. , hatters
7 James Yule, tobacconist
9 G. & J. S. Allen, drapers
11 A. F. Wight, advocate
. . James R. Webster, share broker
. . Alex. Donaldson, shipmaster
. Mrs Mathieson, lodgings
13 John Smith & Co. , outfitters
15 D. F. M'Laren, hardware mercht.
17-19 James Hay, restaurant keeper
19 Mrs Gordon
. . J. R. Young, solicitor
21 Simpson & Whyte, clothiers
Shiprow.
Union Glen.
From Newbridge Hardgate, to South-
bridge, Holburn street.
Bon- Accord Distillery Co., Limited
Marcus Tulloch, Newbridge House
J. Alexander, grain dealer
Mrs Humphrey
Peter Mortimer (of S. & M., Ld.)
Wm. Thomson, miller
Miss Thorn
John M'Gregor, stonecutter
Union Lane.
From Union street to Guestrow.
4 to 12 Esslemont & Macintosh, ware-
housemen
Union Place.
From Union street to Alford place.
LEFT HAND SIDE.
1 Rev. John Macmillan
3 John Reid, advocate
5 Mrs F. Clerihew
7 Wm Moffat, manager (G.N.S.R.)
9 P. Watson & Son, warehousemen
9a G. Maitland & Co., drapers
11a Andrew Sherer, shipowner
13 Misses Smith, berlin woolsellers
13a Miss Russell, ladies' outfitter
15a John Broomhead (late In. Rev.)
15 G. E. Broomhead, chemist
17 Mrs Lewis Smith
19 Rev. James Cooper
21 James Walker (of W. W. & Sons)
23 George Miller (of J. M. & Co.)
25 Mrs Fraser
27 James Aiken, jun., ship broker
29 Rev. George D. Low
31 Mrs Alex. Low
33 Miss Wilson
37 Mrs Dr. Geddes
Wellington place leading to Holburn st.
RIGHT HAND SIDE.
2a Logan & Co. , pianoforte makers
2 Mrs Watt, lodgings
2B British Linen Co., West-End
Branch
4 Hugh Leith, grain merchant
6 A. Stephen, grocer
10 Edmund Geering, photographer
14-16 Peter H. Smart, baker
20 Chivas Brothers, grocers, &c.
Chapel street.
26 James Davie, draper
28a Mitchell & Muil, bakers
30 Miss E. L. Thomson, milliner
32 Miss Mowat, fancy goods
32£ J. Symmers
34^ Miss E. L. Thomson, milliner
. . P. Adam, draper
34 Wm. Grant, grocer
Rose street.
36 James Moir, druggist
38 J. & D. Edwards, shoemakers
40 F. Morrison, teacher of dancing
41 R. dimming, cabinetmaker
42 Mrs D. Anderson, register office
. . Gunn & Elder, plumbers
. . Wm. Slaker, painter
44 Wm. Bain, horse hirer
39 Archibald Reith, M.D.
48 Mrs Webster, music teacher
50 Misses Knowles' school
52-53 Miss Warrack, ladies' school
Union Row.
From Union street to Summer street.
5 Peter Pope, coachman
7 R. & J. Shinnie, carriage builders
9 John M'Mahon, artist, &c.
9A Mrs Michie, milliner
10 John M'Mahon, artist
11 Miss Saint
12 E. W. Ritter, prof, of music
Union icynd.
13 Miss Andrew, boarding and day
school
18 Robert Sim, academy
24 George Falconer (of J. F. & Co.)
. . William Keith, late slater
. . James Nisbet, plumber
26 Robt. Cruickshank, letter carrier
. . Alex. J. Smith (Post Office)
28 Robt. Davidson (of Davidson Bros.)
30 John Milne
32 George M'Kay & Son, slaters
. . Adam Hay, beadle
36 Andrew Walker, coal merchant
38 Mrs M'Gregor
Union Street.
From Castle street to Union place.
LEFT HAND SIDE.
Union Buildings.

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