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Moffat Wm. H. dogger, 53 Titchfield st
Morton Charles, photographic artist,
Morton place [London rd
Paterson William, liat case & box makr.
Paton & Todd, singeing works and scou-
rer, River Bank Works
Petrie Thomas, carpet dealer, Grange st
Pollard Andw.shawl dealer, Buchannanst
Rankin Janei, berlin wool repository, 77
King street [lane
RaynerJohn, inland revenue officer, Park
Reid Charles, paviour, 41 Robertson pi
Reid Matthew & Co. spad» and shovel
makers, Town Holm
Reyburn James, stamper for manufac
turers, 1 Titchfield st
Robertson Robert, last maker, Bank st
Russell Jno. blackingmaiiufr.il Bank st
Russell Robert, cutler. 71 Portland st
Taylor Thomas, sheriffs officer, 6fi Port-
land street [son st
Templeton William, letter carrier, Nel-
White Agnes Gordon, refreshment rooms,
West George street
Young Jno. eating house keeper,3 Fore st
Young John, rag and waste dealer, Dav-
id's lane
Fenwick — John Fairlie
Kilmnrnnck— James Smith Gregory, 44
Portland st
Kiimaurs— Thomas Hamilton (and ,in-
speetor of poor), Kiimaurs
Riccarton— William Hood
Govtrnor— Alexander Geddes
Matron— Ann Geddes
Chaplain— Rev. Thomas Martig)
Surgeon — John Thomson
Assembly Rooms, West George street —
Public Buildings,
Offices, <&c.
Established High Church, Portland
st— Rev. James Aitken
Established Low Church, Bank st—
Rev. James B. Hamilton and Re? Dan-
iel Vere Thomson
Established Churches: —
(St. Marnock's) St. Marnock st-Rev.
Charles Stewart [mas Martin
(St. Andrew's) Richsnlland— Rev. Tho-
Riccarton — Rev. William Jcffery
Kiimaurs— Rev. Alexander lnglis
Fenwick— Rev. David Dickie
?reb High Church, Portland street-
Rev. Patrick William Robertson
fREB Churches:—
(St Andrew's) Fowlds st— Rev. Wil-
liam Young
Hurlford— Rev. William Reid
(Henderson's) Wellington st— Rev.
David Landsborough
Kiimaurs — Rev James Maxwell
Fenwick— Rev. Robert Claris Craig
Episcopalian (Trinity) Church, Dun-
donald road — Rev. Edward James
Jones, incumbent
Evangelical Union Church, Clark's
lane— Rev William Bathgate
Presbjtebjan (United) Churches: —
King st— Rev. John Symington
Princes street— Rev. David Tennant
Jamieson [ton
Wellington st— Rev. Alexander Hanril-
Kilmaurs- Rev. Andrew Gray
Fenwick— Rev. William Orr
Prbsbvterian (Reformed) Church —
Mill lane — Rev. Thomas Ramage
Original Secession Church, Fowlds
st — Rev. John Graham
Independent Chapel, Clark st— Rev.
John Campbell
Wesleyan Methodist Preachino
Room. East George st
Roman CatholicChaprl (St. Joseph's),
Hill st— Rev. John M Laughlan, priest
Road Trustees forthe Kilmarnock
District — James Wilson (banker),
treasurer; Alexander Hamilton(vvriter),
clerk; David Wark, surveyor
Scottish Freehold Building and
Investment Society— John Brown
and Son, agents, 6 King st
Sheriff Clerk's Office, St. Marnock
st— Thomas Fulton, clerk depute
Sheriff's Court, Saint Marnock st-J
William Miller, macer; Thomas An-
derson, Esq. sheriff
Stamp Office, 54 Portland st — John
Stutrock, sub-distributer
Tax Office, 54 Portland street— John
Suirmck, collector
Theatre, Back street— James M'Kie,
Town House and Gaol, Kiimaurs —
Hugh Mason, town clerk
Water Company's Office, 6 Mill lane
— Robert Blackwood, engineer and
manager; John Torrance, secretary
Archibald Stewart, proprietor
Athen/eum, Ooltst— Archibald Finnie,
Esq. president; Matthew Smith, trea-
surer; Alexander Smith, a.m. secretary;
William Templeton, librarian
Ayrshirf, Friendly Society, office, 6
King street — Dr. Alexander Mitchell,
treasurer and medical atlendanl ; John
Brown, Esq. secretary; John Brown &
Son, agents
Ayrshire Temperhnce Union, Com-
mittee Rooms, Mrs. Robertson's
Coffee House— Alexander P. Brown, 6
King st, secretary ; Evangelical Union
Church — John Dreghorn, secretary;
Riccarton— Win. Walker, secretary;
Kilmaurs — James Gilson, secretary;
Fenwick — Robt. Hawthorne, secrety.
Corn Exchange, West George st
Council Chambers, King st-Alexan-
der Hamilton, town clerk
Gas Company's Office, IS West Lang-
lands st- William G Walker, engineer
andmanagpr; James Smith Gregory,
secretary; William Cameron, treasurer ;
Samuel Dalziel, collector
Hotel Robert Young, supervisor
Justice of the Peace Court, 16 King
street (held first and third Monday in
each month)— Alexander and James
Hamilton, deputj clerks to the justices
Kilmarnock Abstainers Union Com-
mittee Room, Mrs Robertson's Coffee
House— Alexander P. Brown, 6 King
st, secretary
Kilmarnock Library, 5 Portland st —
Thomas Smith, librarian
Market Houses (cheese, butter and
Poultry), Green st
Philosophical Institution, Croft st
— Rev. Danirl Vere Thomson, presi-
dent; William Railton, treasurer; John
Borland, secretary
Police Court, 16 King st (held every
Monday and Thursday) — Alexander
Hamilton, town clerk ; Alexander Gait,
superintendent of police
Procurator Fiscal's Office, Saint
Marnock st— Frederick Charles Gross,
procurator fiscal
Reading Room, 5 Portland st — Thomas
B. Andrews, secretary
To IRVINE, a Coach, from the Black
Bull, every Friday afternoon
To STEWARTON, a ConcA, from the
George Hotel, every Friday evening at
Station, contiguous to the town — John
M-Donnell, station master; Patrick
Stirling, engineer & locomotive super-
To AiR, James M'Fadden, from the
Angel Inn, Monday, Wednesday and
To CATR1NE, John Blain, from the
Commercial Inn, Tuesday and Friday
To DERVAL, James Richmond, from
Market lane, Tuesday and Friday
To DUN LOP, John Frame, from the
Wheatsheaf, on Friday
To GALSTON, Robert Wallace, from
Market lane, daily
To GLASGOW, Andrew Mackie, from
Green street, Rohb, Greig & Co. and
Andrew Jordan, from the Wheatsheaf,
and Matthew iVI air, from the Commer-
cial Inn, every Friday; also bv rail
To IRVINE, Arch '«. 1 MW'illiam, trom
the Commerci 1 inn, dail«
To NEWMILtNS, James Mair.from the
Commercial Inn. Tuesday and Fiiday
To OLD CUMNOCK, Rohert Vallance,
from the Commercial Inn, Wednesday
and Saturday
To PAISLEY, Jane Stevenson, from
Market lane, daily
To TARBOLTON. Matthew Mair, from
the Commercial Inn, on Friday
To SORN and MUIRKIRK, Adam An-
derson, from the Commercial lun,
every Friday
To STEWARTON, Alexander Armour,
from the Wheatsheaf, daily
To TROON, Robert Wright, from the
Commercial Inn, daily (Thursday ex-
XS a parish in the distrlel of Cunningham — the town,
a thriving little one of manufactures, is 24 miles
s.S.w, iron) Glasgow, 3 n.w. of Irvine, 4 N.E. of Salt-
coats, the same distance s. of Dairy, 10 w.n.w. of
Kilmarnock, and 5 from Androssan — to which there is
arailway. It is situated on rising ground, about two
•niltffiom the sea; stretching westward from the
right bank of the Gainock, ami approached by ex-
cellent toads, skirted by beautiful fields. The weaving
and manufacture of gauzes, muslins, shawls, &c. are
carried on to an important extent, for (he Glasgow and
Paisley markets, to which they are conveyed by the
local agents. There are considerable iron and coal
works in the neighbourhood, and in the town, a very
excellent inn (the Eglinton Anns), a branch of the
Commercial Bank of Scotland, and one of the Ciiv of
Glasgow Bank. The agricultural produce of the
parish is considerable , and coals, which are obtained
in abundance, ate conveyed by a railway passing from
east io west across the parish. The only remarkable
objects are the picturesque ruins of the ancient abbey,
founded by Hugh de Morville in 1140, and the beauti-

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