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GLASGOW OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
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OPHTHALMIC INSTITUTION,
126 West Regent street.
Office, 13s Buchanan street.
Honorary Consulting Surgeon, D. N. Knox m.b., cm.,
F.F.P. & s.Glas
Surgeon, A. Maitland Ramsay m.d
Hon. Treasurer, David M'Cowan, Royal Exchange
Secretary, Henry Lamond, 93 West Regent street
Matron, Mrs. Strong
Cashier, James Barclay, 135 Buchanan street
PARISH COUNCIL DISPENSARY,
John street.
Dispenser, John M. Halley
PUBLIC DISPENSARY,
54 Dundas street.
President, Sir James King bart. of Campsie
MEDICAL OFFICERS.
Consulting Surgeon, Professor George Buchanan m.a., m.d
Diseases of the Kidney & Urinary Organs, G. Brownlie
McKendrick m.d
Diseases of Women & Children, A, N. McLellan m.b
Diseases of the Ear & Skin, A. D. Stewart m.d
Diseases of the Chest & Throat (vacant)
Hon. Secretary, John Baird, writer, 125 West Regent street
RUCHILL HOSPITAL
Bilsland drive, Maryhill.
Physician & Superintendent, Alex. Johnston m.d., d.p.h
Assistant Physicians, J. G. M'Coll L.B.c.p.s.Edin. & T.
Carruthers M.A., m.b
Consulting Surgeon, T. K. Dalziel m.b
Matron, Miss G. Kinear Adams
House Steward, John Meikle
Clerk of Works, James Hannah
SAMARITAN HOSPITAL FOR WOMEN,
Coplaw street, Crosshill.
Secretary & Treasurer, Thomas McQaaker
VICTORIA INFIRMARY,
Langside road.
Superintendent. D. O. McGregor m.b., cm
Secretary & Treasurer, Francis Bisset, 22 Carlton place, S.S
RECEPTION HOUSE (Quarantine for Fever),
39 Weaver street, Townhead.
Matron, Mrs. Jane Cooper
LTJNATIC ASYLUM.
GLASGOW ROYAL ASYLUM FOR LUNATICS,
Gartnavel.
OFFICERS OF THE ASJLUM.
Resident.
Physician-Superintendent, L. R. Oswald m.b
Medical Assistants, Robert D. Hotchkiss M.A., M.B., B.s. &
T. Goldie-Scott m.b., cm
Steward, James Waddell
Master of Works, Edmund Wilson
Non-Resident.
Surgeon, Hector C. Cameron m.d., f.f.s. & p.olas
Treasurer .S Secretary, James Johnston ca
Chaplain, Rev. James Carswell b.d
Auditor, John E. Watson CA
The Glasgow Royal Asylum is incorporated by royal
charter. Its affairs are managed by directors, who are
in part deputed from various public bodies in the city
& in part appointed by the qualified contributors to the
funds of the institution. The asylum provides accom-
mo lation for o^'er 500 patients from all grades of society,
& at all rates of board
NX7BSING INSTITUTIONS & NURSES' HOMES.
GLASGOW SICK POOR & PRIVATE NURSING
ASSOCIATION
(Affiliated to the Queen Victoria Jubilee Institute for Nurses),
218 Bath street— T N 58.
Office, 209 West George street.
Consulting Surgeon, Professor George Buchanan
Consulting Physician, Professor M'Call Anderson m.d
Secretary & Treasurer, D. S. Carson ca
Hon. Treasurer, The Right Hon. Lady Kelvin
Surgeon, H. C. Cameron m.d., f.f.p. & s.olas
Physician, J. LindsayiSteven m.d
Dental Surgeon, Oswald I'ergus l.d.s., d.o.s
Superintendent, Miss Berwick
BLYTHSWOOD NURSING INSTITUTION,
20 & 22 Burnbank terrace.
Superintendent, Miss McCulloch
COTTAGE NURSES' TRAINING HOME,
South avenue, Govan.
Superintendent (vacant)
NURSES' HOME,
22 Waverley gardens, Crossmyloof.
Matron, Mrs. JIargaret Grieve
QUEEN'S PARK NURSING HOME,
120 Queen's drive, Crosshill.
Nurses, Misses Catherine Donaldson & Annie George
REGENT NURSING HOME,
18 Blythswood square.
Superintendent, Miss M. C. Brown
SPRINGBURN DISTRICT NURSES' HOME.
49 Hill street, Springburn.
GLASGOW TRAINING HOME FOR NURSES,
250 Renfrew street.
President, John B. Kay
Hon. Lady Superintendent, Miss Agnes M'Alpin
Secretaries, Messrs. Moir & Forbes
The objects of this institution are (i) to induce women of
high character to devote themselves to the work of nurs-
ing the sick ; (2) to educate them thoroughly for the
work ; (3) to employ them in the work when fully
trained ; & (4) to supply by these means the want so
often felt by friends who are themselves unable, even
with the utmost tender care, to perform those services to
the sick which a trained nurse alone can render
BENEVOLENT & CHARITABLE
INSTITUTIONS.
AGED WOMEN'S SOCIETY.
President, Mrs. Buchanan, Milton of Campsie
Treasurer, Miss McEwen, i Park terrace
Secretaries, Mrs. Candlish, Ashton terrace, Hillhead & Miss
A. Maclehose
Instituted in 1811, by Mrs. Routledge, wife of the late Very
Rev. Dean Routledge, for the benefit of the poor women
connected with St. Andrew's (Episcopal) Church; but it
is now not confined thereto, but embraces indigent females,
who must be above 60 years of age, of any sect. Any
one subscribing 20s. or los. for tw'o years, is entitled to
recommend one pensioner, who is balloted for to receive
half-a-crown monthly. Twenty ladies act as visitors, who,
with the office-bearers, meet the first Wednesday of every
month in the Religious Institution rooms, 200 Buchanan st
ARMY & NAVY PENSIONERS'! & TIME-EXPIRED
MEN'S EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY,
75 Jamaica street.
Secretarj', William O'Brien
THE BALMANNO BEQUEST
Founded by the late Miss Balmanno, in 1856, for providing
annuities of ;^20 each to unmarried ladies, natives of
Glasgow, not under 40 years of age, who have been brought
up in the prospect of independence, & accustomed to
superior society, but who from adversity may have fallen
into reduced circumstances. There are at present seven
annuities
Factor, J. Johnston, 190 'We it George street
BARONY OF GORBALS BENEVOLENT SOCIETY,
Medical Officer, Dr. James Dunlop
Secretary, George Young, 97 Wellington street
Treasurer, Robert Gourlay, Bank of Scotland, St. Vincent pi
The Society was instituted in the year 1806, its object being
to afford pecuniary or other relief to the natives & old
inhabitants of the Barony of Gorbals, who are of respectable
character, have been in better circumstances, but reduced
to a decayed & indigent state ; & who, not being
otherwise sufficiently provided for, stand in need of the
society's aid ; but no one receives assistance from its funds
who is in receipt of parochial relief

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