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GLASGOW OFFICIAL DIKECTORY.
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GLASGOW FOUNDRY BOYS' RELIGIOUS SOCIETY,
70 Bothwell street.
Hon. President, Right Hon. Lord Inverclyde
Hon. Vice-Presidents, Rev. Donald Macleod D.D., Rev.
James M*EM'en m.a., Rev. Tlionias Adamson b.d., Rev.
James Brown m.a., Rev. Alex. Kirkland, Rev. Ambrose
Sliepherd, Rev. William R. Thomson b.d., Lord Over-
tomi. The Hon. the Lord Provost, Sir John Muir bart.,
Sir James King bart. ll.d.. Sir John N. Cuthbertson
LL.D., A. Cameron Corbett esq. m.p., J. S. Napier &
Bailie William Bilsland
DIKECTORS.
President, Sir Samuel Chisholm bart. ll.d
Vice-President, John Coltart
Treasurer, Robert Oliphant, 53 West George street
Secretary, James Wilson c.A. 135 Wellington street
Committee Rooms, The Christian Institute, 70 Bothwell st
The Society was instituted in 1865, & has tor its object
the religious, educational, & social elevation of the boys
& girls of Glasgow. There are no paid teachers or
officials
NATIONAL BIBLE SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND,
224 West George street.
Secretary, William J. Slowan
Treasurer, James Drummond c.A. 58 Bath street
SCOTTISH NATIONAL SABBATH SCHOOL UNION,
70 Bothwell street.
President, The Right Hon. The Earl of Aberdeen
Chairman of Directors, James Cunningham, Glasgow
Viee-Cbairmen, R. B, Smith f.e.i.s. ; Robert Coats, Glas-
gow ; J. W. Johnston, Edinburgh ; D. Mansoa, Aberdeen
& H. Gavin J.p. Stirling
Treasurer, Thomas JI'Kim c.A. 149 St. Vincent street
Hon. Secretaries, Peter B. Bryce, 46 Hutcheson street;
Andrew Smith, Miltonlea, Kilmalcolm ; Rev. R. B. Blyth,
27 Mansion House road, Edinburgh & Thomas N. Hill,
180 Hope street
Acting Secretary, Andrew Crawford, 70 Bothwell street
The objects of the Union are to encourage, unite & increase
Sabbath Schools & District Unions in Scotland ; & to
improve the methods of conducting them, by circulatmg
information & giving currency to useful suggestions
SCOTTISH SABBATH PROTECTION ASSOCIATION,
Religious Institution Rooms, 200 Buchanan street.
General Secretary, Robert Mackintosh
SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN INSTITUTE,
Eglinton Toll.
Secretary, Thomas Trench
SPOUTMOUTH YOUNG MEN'S BIBLE INSTITUTE,
29 St. Andrew's square.
Superintendent, John Wilson
UNITED FREE CHURCH OFFICES,
232 St. Vincent street.
Secretary to Home Mission, Rev. John Y'oung m.a
UNITED YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.
Instituted 1824.
Central rooms. Christian institute, 70 Bothwell street.
Hon. President, Sir Samuel Chisholm bart
President, Duncan M. West
Vice-Presidents, James S. Anderson & Thomas Dick j.p
Interim General Secretary, James Easton
Joint Treasurers, A. M. Lindsay ji.a. 87 West Regent street
& John J. Watson, 455 Paisley road
The objects of this Society are: — (i) The establishment,
maintenance & union throughout the city & vicinity of
associations of young men for religious improvement, by
meeting on Sabbaths & engaging in conversation in God's
word &c. (2) The institution of week day evening
classes &c other auxiliary agencies, for the intellectual &
moral improvement of young men. (3) The maintenance
of an evangelistic mission.
YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION,
80 Bath street.
President, Mrs. J. B. Mirrlees
Vice-President, Mrs. J. Gumprecht
Treasurer, Miss N. G. West Watson
Secretary, Mrs. W. M. Oatts
Bridgeton branch, 36 Muslin street.
YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN INSTITUTE, BOARO
ING HOUSE & SERVANTS' REGISTRY OFFICE,
80 Bath street.
Lady Superintendent, Miss Euphemia Young
CABMEN'S MISSION.
Missionaries, under the superintendence of the Glasgow-
City Mission, Robt. Wilson & R. Nelson, 200 Buchanan st
THE CANAL BOATMEN'S FRIEND SOCIETY
OF SCOTLAND,
Institute, 162 Port Dundas road.
President, Leonard Gow
Vice-Presidents, Jlajor F. W. Allan & Bailie Wm. Bilsland
Treasurer, Thomas M. McCrindell
Secretary, John Turnbull, jun. 133 St. Vincent street
Superintendent, â– \^'illiam Henry Gilbert, 88 Grant street
GLASGOW CITY MISSION.
Treasurer, Donald Fisher, 24 St. Vincent place
Superintendent & Secretary, Rev. John Renfrew ; assistant
secretary & collector, Robert Gladstone, 200 Buchanan st
GLASGOW CITY MISSION LADIES' AUXILIARY.
President, Lady BIythswood
Vice-Presidents, Mrs. D. G. Frame, 11 Great Western terrace-.
Great A^'estern rd. & Mrs. Robt. S. Allan, 15 Woodside ter
Secretary, Robert Gladstone
Treasurer, Mrs. Robert Blyth, 1, Montgomerie quadrant,
Kelvinside
Meets in Religious Institution rooms on the last Tuesday of
January & first Tuesday of March, at i p.m. Commu-
nications to be addressed to Robert Gladstone, 200.
Buchanan street
EVANGELISTIC INSTITUTE,
Greenbank street, Rutherglen.
Secretary, Alexander Garner
TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES.
SCOTTISH TEMPERANCE LEAGUE.
Office, 108 Hope street.
Object — The Abolition of the Drinking System.
President, Alexander P. Forrester-Paton j.p.
Vice-Presidents, Rev. Professor F. Ferguson, Rev. J.Stewart,
Neil Carmichael, D. J. Macfie, John Wilson, Rev. J. C.
Russell, Rev. George C. Hutton, James Guthrie, A. C.
Corbett m.p. ex-Provost James Clark, Alexander S. Cook,
William Cairney & ex-Provost Moncur
Chairman, Rev. George Gladstone
Vice-Chairmen, Rev. John T. Burton & Robert Whitson j.f
Treasurer, Alex. Lamberton j.p
Secretary, C. R. Irving
SCOTTISH PERiSIISSIVE BILL & TEMPERANCE
ASSOCIATION.
Offices, 115 Bath street.
President, ex-Bailie Selkirk j.p
Vice-Presidents, Sir Wilfrid Lawson bart. m.p. Lord Over-
toun, Lord Kinnaird, A. Cameron Corbett M.p. R. Hunter
Craig M.p. Sir William Wedderburn bart. &c. with up-
wards of 120 vice-presidents & hon. directors
Chairman of Executive, Thomas Robinson j.p
Treasurer, R. T. Paterson ll.b
Hon. Secretary, Robert A. Bird
Secretary, W. J. Allison
Bankers, British Linen Company, Union Street branch
Object : — To seek by the united efforts of all good citizens-
the legal power to suppress the liquor traffic by the direct
veto of the ratepayers. Organ of the Association, "The
Scottish Reformer," published weekly
GLASGOW ABSTAINERS' UNION.
Secretary, James Airhe, 134 Wellington street
SCOTTISH BAND OF HOPE UNION,
94 West Regent street.
Secretary, William Aikman, i5 Grantly gardens, Shawlands.
BRIDGETON TEMPERANCE INSTITUTE,
137 James street, B.
TEMPERANCE INSTITUTE,
Scott street. Garnet hiU.

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