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Crosbie, Thomas S., book-keeper (Dennistoun bakery),
house, 58 Roslea drive.
Crosbie, Wm., provision merchant, G9 W. Scotland
st. ; ho., 43 Paisley road, west.
Crosby, Mrs. (of W. Porteous & Co.), ho. 3 Niths-
dale place, Pollokshields, east.
Crosbie Coal Co., colliery agents and coal and
coke merchants ; telephone No. 3756; 11 Both-
well street.
CROSFIELD, Joseph, & Sons, Ltd., soap makers, 5
Oswald street ; agents, G. B. Livingston & Co.
Crossflat Feuing Co., Ltd., 68 Bath st.
CROSGROVE,Thos., spirit mercht., 149 Rose street,
s.s., and 253 Cumberland st., s.s.; ho. 47 Apsley
CROSHER, Edward, bolt, nut and rivet works, 31
Great Wellington st. ; ho. 7 Kensington ter. Ibrox.
Crosher, John M. (of W. Crosher & Co.), house, Aston
villa, Dalkeith avenue, Dumbreck.
Crosher, William, & Co., nut and bolt and wood
screw manufacturers, 87 Portman street.
CROSS, Alexander, M.P. (of Alex. Cross & Sons, Ltd.),
ho. 14 Woodlands terrace. Reform Club, London ;
and National Liberal Club, Edinburgh.
Cross, Alexander, & Sons, Ltd., seed merchants,
chemical manufacturers, importers of guano, nitrate
of soda, oil cakes, &c, 19 Hope st.; seed warehouses,
Washington st. and Centre St., s.s.; chemical works,
Canal bank, Port-Dundas ; London office, 79 Mark
lane, E.C.
Cross, Alexander M. (at Ker, Bolton, & Co.'s), ho.
Strathclyde cottage, Bothwell.
Cross, Alexander (of H. Tosh, Sons, & Cross), house,
148 Kenmure St., Pollokshields
Cross, Alexander, jun. (of A Cross & Sons, Ltd.), res.
Eastbank, Langbank.
Cross, Andrew, general and furnishing ironmonger,
cutler, tool and gun maker, 40 Trongate; ho. 612
Shields road, Pollokshields.
Crosse & Blackwell, 76 West Howard st.
Cross, David, seed and manure merchant, 140 W. Nile
St.; ho. 1 Shaftesbury ter.
Cross, D. R., vocalist, 9 Doncaster street.
Cross, E. & A., French polishers, 197 Dumbarton rd. ;
ho. 40 do.
Cross, George, tea agent, 17 Oswald st.
Cross, James, colliery engineers and mill furnisher, 445
Eglinton st.
Cross, John (of Blair & Cross), 24 St. Vincent pi.
Cross, John, messenger, Sheriff Chambers.
Cross, Malcolm (Agar, Cross & Co.), ho. 1 Devon-
shire gardens, Kelvinside.
Cross, Thomas, writer (of Mackenzie, Roberton, &
Co.), ho. 25 Park circus.
Cross, William, & Co., manufacturers of fine makes of
tartans in shawls, dress goods, &c. (Prize medals
awarded 1851, 1855, 1862), 45 Montrose st.
Cross, Wm. D., cooper, 16 Govan road ; ho. 97 do.
Govan road.
Cross, Wm. H, inland revenue, 280 George st.; ho.
JaneGeld, Larkhall.
Cross, Miss, 88 Buccleuch street.
Cross, Eliz. Wark, furnishings, 383 Gt. Western rd.
Cross Temperance Hall, 11 Spoutmouth.
CROSS AN, Bernard, grocer, 54 High street; ho. 12
Graeme street.
Crosshill Branch Post Office, 526 Victoria road.
Crosshill Select Library, 475 Victoria road ; C. & H.
Warren, librarians.
CROSSER, Annie, Crown Family Laundry,323 Crown
st.; house, 327 do.
CROSSLEY, Arthur M., inspecting engineer, 52
St. Enoch square.
Crossley Bros., Ltd., engineers, 157 Hope st.
Crossley, Jas., sheriff-officer for the Counties of
Lanark, Stirling, Dumbarton, and Renfrew, 96
Renfield street; ho. 79 W. Graham st.
Crossley, John L. (of John L. Crossley & Co.), ho.
167 Queen's drive, Crosshill.
Crossley, John L. & Co., boot manufacturers, 7 and 9
Nithsdale road, Strathbungo, 480 Victoria road,
Crosshill, 173 Albert road, Pollokshields, and
9 Shawlands cross, Shawlands, and 112 Battle-
field road.
Crossleys, merchants and agents for iron ore, pig
iron, silico-spiegel, ferro-silicon, ferro-manganese,
and ferro-chrome ; also steel rails, billets, and
blooms, 52 St. Enoch square; telegraphic address,,
" Crossley," Glasgow ; telephone No. 584.
CROSTHWAITE, R. W., ironfounder, Stockton-on-
Tees ; agents, J. & A. Anderson, 62 Robertson st.
CROTHERS, John, tailor and clothier, 184 W. Nile
CROUCH & Hogg, civil engineers, 175 Hope street.
Crouch, William, civil engineer (of Crouch & Hogg),
175 Hope street.
CROW & Adams, cabinetmakers and upholsterers, 4
Charing cross.
Crow, G., & Co., art publishers, 34 St. Euoch square.
Crow, Harvey, & Co., engineers (successors to
Robt. Harvey & Co.), makers of steel and iron
works plant; also hydraulic rivetters, punching
and shearing machines, and all kinds of ship-
builders' and boilermakers' tools, Parkgrove Iron
Works, Sussex st., off Paisley rd., W.
Crow, John, engineer (of Crow, Harvey, & Co.), house
236 Nithsdale rd., Pollokshields
Crow, Philip, 4 Montgomerie cottages, Scotstoun.
Crow, Thos. (of Crow & Adams), ho. 170 West
Princes st.
Crow, Miss Bella, chandler, 738 Rutherglen road
Crown Confectionary Co., 25 Elmbank st.
Crown Filter Co., water filter manufacturers, 66
Bishop st., Port Dundas.
Crown Fire Clay Works (P. S. Brownlie & Co.'s),
East Nelson street.
Crown Pawnbroking Office, 9 Rosehall st.
Crown Rubber Co., 253 New Ciiy road ; works,
Cromwell lane.
Crown Sale Halls, 98 Sauchiehall street; Morrison
Dick, & M'Culloch, auctioneers.
Crown Street Post Office, 150 Crown street.
Crown Syrup Co., syrup refiners, 41 Virginia street - 7
works, 4 Charlotte st., Port-Dundas.
Crownpoint Boiler Works, Crownpoint road, and St.
Marnock st., Mile-end; A. Nicholson & Co.
Crownpoint Glass Bottle Co., glass bottle manufrs.,
manufacturers of pint and quart bottles, green
flasks, soda-water and crown patent bottles, and all
kinds of sauce, ketchup, -and pickle bottles, 121
Croft St., Camlachie.
Crownpoint (The) Gold Syndicate, California, Ltd..
180 Hope street; Geo. Parker, secy.
CROWTHER, Wm., assistant janitor, University; ho.
Lodge gate, University avenue.
CROZIER, John, wine and spirit merchant, 3 Clyde
st. and 51 Water street, Port-Dundas ; house, 29
Lansdowne crescent.

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