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GLASGOW EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY.
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Downhill Academy, 6, 7 & 8 Bowmont gardens, Kelvinside
— Miss M. A. Lesches, sister superior
:83 Milton street. West, for 970 ; average attendance, 693 —
Miss Isabella Barrett, head mistress
Farkhead, Nisbet street, for 530 ; average attendance, 470 —
Miss Helen Flanagan, mistress ; Miss Charlotte Flanagan,
infants' mistress
St. Agnes, Lambhill, for 850 ; average attendance, 370 —
Miss Agnes McGinlay, mistress ; Miss Lily McKay,
infants' mistress
â– St. Aloysius, Hill street, Springburn, tor 800 ; average
attendance, 760 — Miss Minnie Prendergast, mistress;
Miss Margaret M'Closkey, infants' mistress
St. Alphonsus, 149 Greendyke st. — Marist Brothers, masters
St. Andrew's, 47 Ropework lane, for 1,151 ; average attend-
ance, 860 — B'larist Brothers, boys' teachers ; Franciscan
Sisters, girls' & infants' teachers
St. Anthony, Harmony row, Govan, for 1,126; average
attendance, 950 — Edward Ribchester, master
St. Cliarles, Kelvinside gardens — Sisters of Notre Dame
St. Columba's, Cameron street, for 888 ; average attend-
ance, 700 — Richard Chaloner, master ; Miss Agnes
Duffy, infants' mistress
St. Cohimbkille, JIain street, Rutherglen, for 800 ; average
attendance, 651 — Michael M'Gonagle, master ; Miss Jane
Kelly, infants' mistress
â– St. Francis, Sandytaulds street, S. S. for 2,065 ; average
attendance, 1,538 — William J. Cuddahy, master ; Miss
Annie Welby, mistress
St. John's, ^^'arwick street, for 900 ; average attendance, 456
— James Keenan, master ; Franciscan Nuns, mistresses
St. Joseph's, 45 North Woodside road (girls Jc infants), for
700 ; average attendance, 735 — Sisters of Mercy, teachers ;
Miss Mary Gabraith, infants' mistress
St. Margaret's, 70 Stanley street, Kinning Park, for 1,234 ;
average attendance, 960 — John Lyons, master ; Sister
Mary Aquinus, mistress
St. Mary's, Abercromby street (boys) — Brother Thomas,
teacher ; (girls) Franciscan Nuns, teachers
St. Mary's, Main street, Maryhill, for 800 ; average attend-
ance, 620 — Miss Margaret Graham, mistress
St. Mungo's (boys), 45 Glebe street, for '800; average
attendance, 680 — Brother Joseph, master
St. Mango's Catholic Academy for Boys, 48 Parson street —
Marist Brothers, conductors ; Rev. Brother Ezekiel,
superior
St. Mungo's (girls & infants), Stanhope street, Townhead,
for 1,200; average attendance, 970 — Miss Mary A. Bruce,
mistress ; Miss A, Gallacher, infants' mistress
St. Patrick's, North street, for 1,500; average attendance,
1,200 — James M'Court, master
St. Paul's, East Muir street, Shettleston, for 300 ; average
attendance, 276 — Miss Jane Diemond, mistress
St. Peter's (boys). Bridge street, Partick, for 500; average
attendance, 450 — James M'Cluskie, master
St. Peter's, Dowanhill street, Patrick — Rev. Michael
McNairney M.R. superior
St. Saviour's, Summertown road, Govan, for 915 ; average
attendance, 626 — Thomas O'Connor, master
Savoy street, for 1,811 ; average attendance, 1,207 — John
O'Hara, master ; Miss Rachel Church, mistress ; Miss
Mary Kerrigan, infants' mistress
Shawbill, PoUokshaws, for 600 ; average attendance, 450 —
Miss Helen Hardie, mistress
SCHOOLS FOK THE BLIND.
ROYAL GLASGOW ASYLUM FOR THE BLIND,
100 Castle street.
President— The Hon. the Lord Provost
Hon. Vice-Presidents— His Grace the Duke of JNIonti-ose,
The Most Noble the Marquis of Breadalbane, Sir Charles
Cameron bart. LL.D., Sir Charles Tennant bart. Rt. Hon.
James A. Campbell LL.D., M.P. & Sir John Stirling
Maxwell bart. M.P
■Chairman of Managers — Sir James King bart. LL.D
Treasurer & Secretary — John Tasker, 28 Bath street
Surgeon — Thomas Lapraik M.D
Superintendent — Thomas Stoddart, 100 Castle street
Matron — jMiss JoUie
Teacher — Jessie Walker
Musical Director — Principal Campbell, Royal Normal Col-
lege for the Blind, Norwood
Collector — James Lithgow
Cashier — J. G. Clingan
LADIES' AUXILIARY TO THE GLASGOW MISSION
TO THE OUT-DOOR BLIND,
I Bath street.
President — Mrs. Jane Maylard, 10 BIythswood square
Treasurer — Miss Blyth, 3 Doune quadrant, Kelvinside
Secretary — Miss Arrol
For visiting blind females, & through means of a female
teacher teaching them knitting, & providing work for them.
The work of the society is carried on at i Bath street, where
all kinds of knitted work done by the blind is sold, & orders
for work taken in.
Teacher — Miss Elen Graham
SCHOOLS POE THE DEAF & DUMB.
GLASGOW SOCIETY FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE
DEAF AND DUMB.
Prospect bank. Queen's park.
President — The Earl of Eglinton & Winton
Secretary — B. B. Macgeorge, 24 George square
Treasurer — John Tasker, 28 Bath street
Consulting Physician — T. McCall Anderson M.D., L.F.P.
& S. Glas. 2 Woodside crescent
Snrgeon — E. Duncan M.D., CM. Queen's Park house,
Langside road
Head Master & Superintendent — W. H. Addison
Matron — Miss Heyworth
Strangers admitted to visit the institution on Wednesday
only at 2 p. m
GLASGOW & WEST OF SCOTLAND MISSION TO THE
DEAF AND DUMB.
Koyal Institute, 158 West Regent street.
Branches — Hamilton, Govan & Paisley
Patron— H. M. the King
Chairman of Directors — George Munro Kerr
Treasurer — John M. MacLeod C.A. 149 West George street
Secretary & Missionary — Rev. John Henderson
Objects: — To provide extended religious and secular
instruction among the Deaf and Dumb after they leave
school — Sabbath services, Bible classes, temperance work,
lectures, savings bank, Dorcas work, sewing and cookery
classes &c., also providing recreation and reading rooms and
a library &c. &c. Relief to poor is given in deserving cases,
and assistance in finding employment for those of good
character. Home visitation is regularly carried on, and an
interpreter provided when necessary. Over 700 deaf mutes
are under the care of the Mission.
Management : — By a Board of Directors elected from
subscribers.
Income : — ;^8oo yearly for general mission funds and
;^ioo for benevolent fund (tor granting pensions to aged and
infirm. deaf mutes).
MISSION TO THE OUT-DOOR BLIND, FOR GLASGOW
AND THE WEST OF SCOTLAND,
221 Buchanan street.
President — William Auchinclose Arrol, 16 Dixon street
Hon. Treasurer — John Colville, 25 Royal Exchange
Hon. Secretary — James Templeton, William st. Greenhead
Superintendent — J. Frew Bryden, 221 Buchanan street
The object of this Mission is to seek out all such blind
persons who are not cared for otherwise, and to endeavour
as much as possible to ameliorate their condition in regard
to their temporal as well as their spiritual interests. It
employs seven missionaries, and has under its care upwards
of 1,550 blind people, resident in Glasgow and the counties
of Lanark, Renfrew, Ayr, Bute and Argyle.
BEFORIffiATOEY & INDUSTBIAL SCHOOLS.
GLASGOW JUVENILE DELINQUENCY PREVENTION
AND REPRESSION ACT, 1878.
Chairman — John Grumprecht
Vice-Chairman — James McFarlane
Treasurer — James Drummond, 58 Bath street
Secretary — E. Simpson McHaig, 69 Buchanan street
INSTITUTIONS UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF
THE BOARD.
KEFOEMATORY FOE GIRLS, CHAPELTON.
Matron — Miss Hunter
Medical Attendant— Dr. John A. Kennedy, Bearsden
Secretary— E. Simpson Macharg C.A. 69 Buchanan street
MOSSBANK INPUSTRIAL SCHOOL, MILLERSTON;
Governor — William Smith
Matron — Mrs. Falconer
Secretary— E. Simpson Macharg C.A. 69 Buchanan street

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