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The  present  issue  of  the  Directory  of  Scotland  is  the  second  one  pro- 
duced jointly  by  Slater's  Directory,  Limited,  and  Kelly's  Directories,  Limited, 
in  accordance  with  a  working  arrangement  between  these  Companies. 
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To  the  General  Introduction  to  Scotland  particulars  and  tables  have 
again  been  added,  illustrating  the  resources  of  the  Country. 

Under  each  Comity  the  several  Parishes,  Towns  and  the  principal 
Villages  have  been  arranged  in  strict  Alphabetical  order,  for  facility  of 
reference,  preceded  by  some  particulars  of  the  industries  of  the  Counties, 
with  the  names  of  the  Magistrates,  the  Members  of  the  County  Councils, 
the  County  Officers,  &c. 

Separate  sections  are  devoted  to  the  Cities  of  Glasgow  and  Edinburgh, 
with  a  "Street  Directory"  in  each  case. 

A  complete  Index  to  Places  is  prefixed  to  the  Book,  and  a  further 
feature  is  a  list  of  "  Principal  Seats,"  with  the  Names  of  their  Occupiers  and 
references  to  the  pages  on  which  they  are  to  be  found. 

The  large  Map  of  Scotland  has  been  corrected  for  this  Edition. 

November,  1899, 

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Aberdeenshire i 

Argyleshire  161 

Ayrshire 206 

Banffshire 306 

Berwick-upon-Tweed  334 

Berwickshire 348 

Buteshire   367 

Caithness-shire 379 

Clackmannanshire  ...  395 


Cromartyshire 1207 

Dumbartonshire  410 

Dumfriesshire  442 

Edinburghshire    499 

Elginshire 530 

Fifeshire 558 

Forfarshire  645 

Haddingtonshire 795 

Hebrides  (Islands)  ...     815 


Inverness-shire    823 

Kincardineshire  869 

Kinross-shire    884 

Kirkcudbrightshire..     890 

Lanarkshire  912 

Linlithgowshire 986 

Nairnshire 1003 

Orkney  Isles 1013 

Peeblesshire 1025 


Perthshire 1033 

Renfrewshire   1118 

Ross  &  Cromartyshire  1207 

Roxburghshire 1233 

Selkirkshire 1259 

Shetland  Isles 1270 

Stirlingshire    1281 

Sutherlandshire 1336 

Wigtownshire  1346 



Abbey  Green    965 

Abbey — New 893 

Abbey  of  Paisley 1122 

Abbey  &  Minster  Ruins : — 

Aberbrothock   650 

Aberdour  563 

Berwick— North  798 

Burntisland 570 

Cambuskenneth   1315 

Coldingham   (Priory)     353 

Crossraguel  284 

Deer   112 

Dryburgh 365 

Dunvennan  909 

Elgin  (Cathedral)    ...     536 

Harris 816 

Holyrood,   see    Edin- 
burgh Section 
lnchmaholme  (Priory)  1112 

Iona  (Cathedral) 181 

Jedburgh  1245 

Kelso 1248 

Kinloss  546 

Lincluden 909 

Lindores    628 

Luce  1353 

Melrose 1252 

New  Abbey  893 

Old  Melrose 1252 

Paisley  1172 

Pittenweem  632 

Pluscarden    537 

SaintAndrews(Priory)   633 
Saint  Andrews  (Black- 
friars)    633 

Scone IJI5 

Abbey  St.  Bathans 351 

Abbotsf  ord  FerryStation  1262 

Abbotshall 600 

Abdie 563 

Aberarder 109 

Aberarder 830 

Aberargie 1042 

Abercairney  Station    ...  1073 

Aberchirder 310 

Abercorn  988 

Abercrombie 638 

Aberdalgie 1040 

Aberdeen 7 

Aberdour  (Fife)  563 

Aberdour — New  (Aber- 
deen)       150 

Aberfeldy 1040 

Aberfoyle 1041 

Aberlady   798 

Aberlemno    649 

Aberlour    311 

Abernethy  (Inverness)       827 

Abernethy  (Perth)  1042 

Abernyte  1042 

Abertarff  828 

Aberuthven  1043 

Abington   918 

Aboyne  101 

Abriachan 837 

Acha  172 

Achahoish 190 

Achaleven 165 

Achanalt    1222 

Achany 1343 

Acharn  1075 

Achavanich  385 

Achbreck  323 

Achduart  1224 

Achiltibuie    1224 

Achinarrow  323 

Achmelvich  1338 

Achmore  (Lochs) 817 

Achmore  (Lochalsh)  ...  1223 

Achnacarry  855 

Ach-na-cloich    165 

Achnacroish 191 

Achuahannet 1222 

Achnamara  190 

Addiewell 506 

Advie S33 

Advie  Station   324 

Afton 240 

Aiky  Brae 112 

Ailsa  Craig    241 

Aird   (Outer   Hebrides)     818 
Aird  (Inverness-shire)..     863 

Airdhantuin 817 

Airdrie  918 

Airds 189 

Airidhbhruaich    817 

Airlie 649 

Airor 833 

Airth .'. 1285 

Airth  Road  Station 1284 


Aithsting  1277 

Alcaig    1232 

Aldbar   666 

Aldbar  Road  Station   ...     649 

Aldclune   1049 

Aldivalloch    318 

Alehousehillock    107 

Alexandria    412 

Alford    102 

Alford  Valley   102 

Allangrange  Station   ...  1220 

Allanton  (Berwick) 339 

Allanton  (Lanark)  934 

Alligan  1211 

Alloa  397 

Alloa — South   1285 

Alloway 210 

Almond  Bank  1084 

Alness    1211 

Altass 1339 

Altnabreac  Station  383 

Altnaharra    1341 

Altyre  Woods    535 

Alva    403 

Alvah 312 

Alves 533 

Alvie  827 

Alyth 1043 

Alyth  Junction  (Forfar)     792 
Alyth  Junction  (Perth)     1043 

Amisfield  496 

Amulree    1045 

Ancrum 1236 

Anderston,  see  Glasgow 

Angle  Park  507 

Annan    446 

Annandale 446 

Annat    1211 

Annbank    303 

Annbank  Station 303 

Anstruther — E.  &  W 564 

Anwoth 893 

Appin 165 

Appin 190 

Applecross 12  n 

Applegarth   448 

Arbirlot 649 

Arbroath  650 


Arbuthnott   869 

Archiestown 542 

Ardallie 103 

Ardbeg 184 

Ardchattan    165 

Ardchonnel  187 

Ardclach    1005 

Ardeer   299 

Ardelve 1223 

Ardentinny    173 

Ardeonaig I°75 

Ardersier  828 

Ardfern 173 

Ardfin    185 

Ardgay 1221 

Ardgibbon  Glen  1290 

Ardgour    166 

Ardincaple    185 

Ardindrean  1224 

Ardlamont    187 

Ardlassa    185 

Ardlaw 152 

Ardler    1045 

Ardlni    414 

Ardmiddle    157 

Ardnadam    199 

Ardnamurchan    166 

Ardnamurchan  Point ...     166 

Ardoch  1053 

Ardoch  Bridge 431 

Ardow    194 

Ardpatrick    186 

Ardrishaig 166 

Ardross 1228 

Ardrossan 210 

Ardtalnaig    1075 

Ardvaser   863 

Ardwell 1358 

Arinagour 172 

Arisaig  166 

Armadale  (Linlithgow)     988 
Armadale  (Sutherland)  1341 

Armadale  Station    988 

Arnage 153 

Arnage  Station 116 

Arncroach 572 

Arngask    1045 

Arnisdale  833 

Arnisort     860 

Arnprior    1313 







Arran — Isle  of 






Arthur's  Seat,  see  Edin- 
burgh Section 

Arthur's  Seat   



As'lfield  (Argyll) 

AshBeld  (Perth)  






Attadale  Station 















Auchincruive  Station ... 
Auchindachy  Station  ... 





Auchiulily  Linn  Spout . . 

















Auchterless  Station 






Auld  Bar  Road  Station 






Auskerry  Island  







Ayr  Road  Station    









420  Badeaul 

237  Badenscoth  

193  Badrallock 

332  Baillieston 

369  Bainsford  

666  Bainshole  

1211  Balaclava  

414  Balado  Station 

1223  Balallan 

1211  Balannie    



514  Balearn 

371  Balcurvie  

1277  Baldarnock    

190  Baldovan  Station 

1066  Baldragon  Station   

1261  Baldredgeburn 

182  Baldyquash  

1338  Baledgarno  

798  Balemartine 

1225  Balerno 

1225  Baleshare — Isle  of   

325  Balfour 

156  Balfron  

893  Balfron  Station    

169  Balgedie    

362  Balgowan 

515  Balgray 

233  Baligarve  

384  Balintore   

938  Balivanich 

956  Ball  Green 

249  Ballachantuie    

1294  Ballachulish — North(ln- 

930      verness) 

869  Ballachulish— South    ... 

216  Ballachulish  Quarries ... 

316  Ballachulish  SouthFerry 

103  Ballanlay  

320  Ballantrae 

109  Ballater 

213  Ballinbreich  

1307  Ballindalloch 

930  Ballingry  

926  Ballinluig 

no  Ballintuim    

150  Balloch 

142  Ballochdown 

664  Ballogie 

194  Ballumbie... 

153  Ballygrant    

1222  Ballyoukan    

1225  Balmacarra  

1045  Balmaclellan 

1218  Balmaghie 

565  Balmalcolm  

1047  Balmedie  

664  Balmenach    

103  Balmerino 

103  Balmoral    

566  Balmuchy 

1217  Balmullo    

567  Balnabruach 

1223  Balnaci'a    

1049  Balnaguard   

776  Balnain  

1005  Balquhidder 

450  Baltasound    

958  Balvarran 

1224  Balvenie 

1218  Balvraid    

1023  Banavie 

830  Banchory-Devenick 

1212  Banchory-Ternan    

1319  Banff 

922  Bank  Glen 

967  Bankend    

213  Bankfoot    

947  Bankhead  (Aberdeen)... 
351  Bankhead  (Forfar)  

191  Bankhead  (Perth)    

818  Bankier 

1023  Banknock  Station    

1342 1  Bannatyne — Port 

777  Bannisliirk    

1218  Bannockburn  






































































Banton  1287 

Barassie 303 

Barbaraville 1220 

Barbreck  188 

Barcaldine 165 

Bargeddie 923 

Bargrennan  894 

Banyan 1006 

Barkip  243 

Barmuckity  555 

Barnbarrock 898 

Barndannoch  481 

Barnhill 669 

Barnock 923 

Barns— East  &  West   ...     802 

Barntongate 514 

Barony,     see     Glasgow 

Barr    233 

Barr  Mill  Station 234 

Barra — Island  of 815 

Barrack  Park    679 

Barras      877 

Barray  Island  1270 

Barrhead  1122 

Barrhill 237 

Barrock 383 

Barry  (or  Barrie) 664 

Bartiiol  Chapel 125 

Baryas    816 

Bass  of  Inverurie 129 

Bass  Rock 798 


Bathville    988 

Baxter  Park 681 

Bayble    818 

Bayhead 821 

Bay  of  Aros  194 

Bearsden   414 

Bearsden  Station 433 

Beath 568 

Beattock  Station 482 

Beauly    828 

Bedrule 1236 

Beech  Hedge 1084 

Beeswing  893 

Beith  233 

Beldorney 12^ 

Belhaven    802 

Belhelvie    105 

Belivat    1005 

Bell  Rock  650 

Bellanoch  190 

Bellfield 965 

Bellie  546 

Bellshill 924 

Bells  Quarry 505 

Belnahua  Island  186 

Belses  Station  1236 

Beltrees — New  Town  of  1168 

Benawe  (or  Bonaw) 168 

Benbecula — Isle  of   821 

Benbigger 182 

Bendochy  1048 

Benhar  (Lanark) 975 

Benhar  (Linlithgow)  ...  1002 

Benholm    876 

Benians 1130 

Bent   965 

Bentpath   498 

Bents  Station    1002 

Benvenue  1041 

Benvie    777 

Benvoirlich    1047 

Benwhat 242 

Beoraid 833 

Berefold 116 

Bernera     815 

Berneray  Island   816 

Bernisdale 863 

Berriedale 383 

Berryhill    982 

Bervie    872 

Berwick — North  798 

Berwick-on-Tweed  334 

Beunahua  Island 185 

Biflie  112 


Big  Island 1270 

Biggar    925 

Bigton    I273 

Bilbster  Station    390 

Birgham    359 

Birgidale    37j 

Birkenhills 157 

Birkhall  I0^ 



Birks  of  Aberfeldy  1117 

Birnam  I069 

Birness  iIO 

Birnie 533 

Birnie  Knowe    213. 

Birsay    1014 



Bishop  Mill    556 

Bishopbriggs 930 

Bishophill 889 

Bishopton n2S 

Bixter    1277 

Black  Acre    481 

Black  Isle 1227/ 

Black  Rock  of  Kiltearn  1221 

Blackbraes    1319 

Blackburn(Aberdeen)...     133 
Blackburn  (Linlithgow)    991 

Blackford  1048 

Blackhall(Edinburgh)...     509 
Blackball  (Renfrew)    ...  1171 

Blackballs  106 

Blacklaw    310 

Blaekmillbay    185 

Blackness  991 

Blackridge 1000 

Black's  Boat  Station    ...     324. 
Black's  Boat  Station   ...     552; 

Blackshiels 515  &  808 

Blackston 1316 

Blackwaterfoot 370 

Blackwood    965 

Bladnoch  1363 

Blainslie    1252 

Blair-Athole i°49' 

Blair  Drummond 107S 

Blair  Logie    *3r5 

Blair  Mains  243, 

Blairadam 886 

Blairadam  Station   886' 

Blairdaff    10S 

Blairgowrie  1050 

Blairbill 94r 

Blairingone   886 

Blairmaude  333 

Blairmore 201 

Blairs 878 

Blanelield 1335 

Blantyre,    High  &  Low    926 

Blantyre  Station  926 

Blarmacfoldach    835 

Blarour  855 

Blebo  Craigs 595 

Bloch  Well    483 

Blyth  Bridge 1029, 

Boarhills    634 

Boat  of  Garton   Station     830 

Boath 1211 

Boathaven 390 

Boddam  (Aberdeen)    ...     106 
Boddam(Shetland  Isles)  1273 

Bog  of  Gight 546 

Bogbrae      no 

Boghead  (Aberdeen)  ...  107 

Boghead  (Lanark)  965 

Bogmuchals 331 

Bogniebrae    118 

Bogside 254 

Bogside  Station    577 

Boharm 315 

Boleskine  823 

Bolton    801 

Bonar  Bridge    1339 

Bonaw    168 

Bonchester  Bridge  1244 

Bonhill  415 

Bonjedward  1246. 

Bonkle   934 




Bonniugton,    see  Edin- 
burgh Section 

Bonnybridge 1287 

Bonnygate 578 

Bonnykelly    112 

Bonnyrigg     504 

Boonhill 364 

Bordbui 1224 

Bored  Stone 1286 

Boieland  590 

Borgue  (Caithness) 385 

Borgue  (Kirkcudbright) 

Boroughmuirhead,     see 

Edinburgh  Section 

Borreraig  860 

Borrobol  Station 1343 

Borrodale  860 

Borrowstoun 991 

Borrowstounness 991 

Borthwick 504 

Borve 816 

Bothkennar  1287 

Bothriphnie  316 

Bothwell    928 

Bound    Skerries   Island  1276 

Bourtie  106 

Boveray — Isle  of 821 


Bridge  of  Urr    90b 

Bridge  of  Walls    1277 

Bridge  of  Weir 1123 

Bridge-end  (Argyle)    ...  183 

Bridgegate    254 

Bridgend  (Ayr)    25" 

Bridgend  (Forfar)  777 

Bridgend  (Linlithgow)  988 

Bridgend  (Perth) 1081 

Bridgeness    991 

Bridgeton,  see    Glagow 

Brighton    578 

Brightwell 869 

Brin    830 

Brinacorry    833 

British  Remains  : — 

Crossmichael 899 

Forres    547 

Morton  491 

Peebles  1030 

Torthorwald 496 

Broadcroft    434 

Broadford 864 

Broadsea    119 

Brodick 369 

Brodie    53 

Bow  of  Fife   627  Brodiesord    331 

Bon-den 1236 'Broomage — North  1313 

Bower 382 

Bowholui   450 

Bowhouse  Station    1316 

Bowland  Bridge  Station    529 

Bowling 432 

Bowmore  182 

Boyndie 333 

Boyndlie    159 

Bracadale 860 

Brackmuirhill  874 

Braco io53 

Bracoden   32 

Brae   874 

Brae    1221 

Brae   1272 

Brae — Upper    107 

Braehead   938 

Braemar    109 

Braes— The  862 

Braes  of  Angus 777 

Braes  of  Coul    777 

Braes  of  Gartly    124 

Braes  of  (right  123 

Braes  of  Rannoch 1073 

Braeside 153 

Bragar   817 

Braglenmore 190 

Braidwood 935 

Brander — Pass     of    (or 

Cruachan) 165 

Brawlbin    386 

Breakish    864 

Breasclet   821 

Brechin 665 

Breconbeds  446 

Bressay  Island 1272 

Brettabister  1276 

Bridge  of  Allan 1288 

Bridge  of  Avon 327 

Bridge  of  Balgie   1075 

Bridge  of  Bucket 125 

Bridge  of  Cally 1054 

Bridge  of  Canny  871 

Bridge  of  Carr 830 

Bridge  of  Dee   903 

Bridge  of  Douglas    180 

Bridge  of  Dun  Station...     678 

Bridge  of  Earn 1065 

Bridge  of  Feugh  871 

Bridge  of  Gairn   125 

Bridge  of  Gannachy    ...     875 

Bridge  of  Gaur 1073 

Bridge  of  Marnoch  310 

Bridge  of  Muchalls 873 

Bridge  of  Oich 834 

Bridge  of  Orchy  178 

Bridge  of  Tilt    1049 

Bridge  of  Turk 1054 

Broomhill  Station    830 

Broomhouse 969 

Brooraieknowe 504 

Broomlee  Station 1029 

Brora 1338 

Brough  (Caithness) 383 

Brough  (Shetland  Isles)  1276 
Broughton  (Peebles)    ...  1027 

Broughty  Ferry    669 

Brown  Cathertun 780 

Brodick 370 

Brownhall 455 

Broxburn  994 

Bruan     385 

Bruar 1049 

Brubster    386 

Bruce  Hay 154 

Brucehaven  624 

Brucklay    112 

Brucklay  Station 138 

Bruicbladdich  182 

Brunstane 517 

Brunton 576 

Bruntsrield    Links,     see 

Edinburgh  Section 
Brurie  Skerries  Island      1276 

Brydekirk 449 

Buachaille  Rock  200 

Bualnaluip    1226 

Buccleuch  Park    521 

Buchanan 1290 

Buchanhaven    144 

Buchanty  J073 

Buchlyvie  1290 

Buchruben    830 

Buckhaven    568 

Buckie    316 

Buckpool    316 

Buckpool  Station 317 

Bueksburn 142 

Buddonness  664 

Buittle   895 

Buller  of  Buchan no 

Bullionfield   777 

Bunachton 830 

Bunchrew 858 


Bunion  Well 995 

Bunkle  351 

Bunloit  865 

Bunnahabhain 183 

Burdiehouse 519 

Burgh 231 

Burgh 763 

Burghead  533 

Burgie    554 

Burn 'of  Cambus 1077 

Burnbank 929 


Burness     1013 

Burnfoot    909 

Burnfoot  Hill    242 

Burnhaven    144 

Burnhead 492 

Burnhervie    129 

Burnmouth  (Berwick)        352 
Burnrnouth  (Roxburgh)  1237 

Burnside   794 

Burntisland  569 

Burra — East  &  West  ...  1274 

Burra  Island 1019 

Burrarirth — West    1277 

Burravoe   1279 

Burray  Island  1013 

Burrelton  1057 

Burwick 1019 

Busby 1 169 

Busby  Station 958 

Bute — Isle  of    370 

Butt  of  Lewis   817 

Butters  Church    233 

Butterstone 1068 

Byth — New   107 

Cabrach — Low.  &  Uppr    318 

Cadder  930 

Caddonfoot  1261 

Caerdean  1083 

Caerlaverock     449 

Cairn 480 

Cairnbaan 1 

Cairnbank 353 


Cairnbeddie 1114 

Cairnbulg 129 

Cairncoallie  135 

Cairndow 193 

Cairney 107 

Cairneyhill    573 

Cairnhill    873 

Cairnorrie     140 

Cairnryan 1349 

Caitha    529 

Calcots  Station 538 

Calder   384 

Calder— M.,  E.  &  W  ...     505 

Calder  Wood    505 

Calderbank  930 

Caldercruix  967 

Calderhead    976 

Caldron  Linn    1086 

Caldwell  Station 1205 

Calgary 194 

California *3i9 

Callakillie 1211 

Callander 1054 

Callanish   821 

Cally 902 

Calton,      see     Glasgow 

Calvay — Isle  of    822 

Calve  Island      203 

Calvin    1050 

Calvine  1049 

Cambus 398 

Cambus  0'  May  Station     104 

Cambusbarron 1318 

Cambuskenneth  i3I5 

Cambuslang 930 

Cambusnethan 930 

Camelon    1290 

Cameron   572 

Cameron  Bridge  Station    626 

Cam'nethan 977 

Campbells 1005 

Campbeltown    (Argyle)     168 
Campbeltown(Inverness)  827 

Camperdown    679 

Camphill    243 

Campsie    1291 

Campsie  Glen  1291 

Camptown    1238 

Camserney    1065 

Camusstone 507 

Canisbay   382 

Canisp    1338 

Canna — Isle  of 200  &  S64 


Cannich 856 

Canniesburn 433 

Cannon  Holes — The    ...     493 

Canonbie  450 

Cantyre 1S7 

Cape  Wrath 1341 

Caputh  1056 

Cara  Island  178 

Carbost 860 

Cardean     10S3 

Cardenden    566 

Cardenden  Station 567 

Cardonald,  see  Glasgow 

Cardrona  Station 1034 

Cardross    416 

Careston    674 

Carfin    935 

Cargill  1056 

Carie 1073 

Carinish    821 

Cariow  1240 

Carlines  Loups 1029 

Carlops  1029 

Carloway  821 

Carluke 935 

Carman  Moor  421 

Carmicbael    937 

Carmunnock 938 

Carmyle    969 

Carmyllie  674 

Carnbee 572 

Carnbo  886 

Carnbroe  928 

Carnoch     1212 

Carnock  (Fife) S73 

Carnoch  (Ross) 1212 

Carnock  (Stirling)  1318 

Carnoustie    074 

Carnwath 938 

Carr  Bridge 830 

Carradale 199 

Carrick  ., 193 

Carriden    991 

Carrington    506 

Carroch     775 

Carron  1292 

Carron  Bridge 491 

Carron  Shore    1292 

Carron  Station      552 

Carrutherstown  451 

Carsaig 190 

Carse  of  Kinneil  991 

Carsethorn    903 

Carsie     1050 

Carsphairn    895 

Carstairs  939 

Carstairs  Junction  939 

Cartland  Craigs  959 

Cartside 1163 

Cashfeus    639 

Cassillis  Station  289 

Castle  Craig 506 

Castle  Douglas 896 

Castle  Fraser    131 

Castle  Hill 169 

Castle  Kennedy  Station  1349 
Castle  Ruins :  — 

Abington  918 

Airlie 649 

Almond 1316 

Ard-Stinchar    233 

Ardchattan  165 

Ardkinglas    193 

Ardrossan 210 

Ardtornish    194 

Aros    194 

Auchans    247 

Auchencastle    492 

Auchindoun .     320 

Auchinleck    213 

Badenyon 125 

Baleraig 792 

Baldoon 1351 

Balfour  1021 

Balgonie 625 

Balloch  242 




Castle  Ruins  : — 

Ballurnbie 791 

Balquhain 107 

Balvenie 320 

Birsay    1014 

Bishops  Island 138 

Borthwick 504 

Bothwell    928 

Boyne 331 

Braes  of  Gight 123 

Brochel  861 

Burleigh 889 

Cadzow 950 

Caerlaverock    449 

Cairnbeddie 1114 

Camilla 567 

Campbell  405 

Cardoness 893 

Carnazarie 188 

Carrick 193 

Cathcart    1124 

Caven 903 

Closeburn 450 

Coll     172 

Colzean 205 

Compstone    911 

Corgarff     108 

Corra 899 

Corse 13S 

Coull  108 

Couston 581 

Cowthally 938 

Cragie   238 

Craighall   573 

Craigmillar   519 

Craigneil    237 

Craignethan 965 

Crail  575 

Creich    576 

Crichton    S10 

•Cruggleton   1357 

Dairsie  581 

Daan  261 

Denny    1293 

Dirleton     801 

Doune    1063 

Draphane  96 

Drochil  1030 

Drumlanrig  492 

Duart 194 

Dachal   1166 

Dunbar 802 

Dundargue   101 

Dundonald    247 

Dunglass    432 

Dun-i-leer 12S 

Dunnottar 874 

Dunoll   195 

Dunoon 173 

Dunstaffnage    195 

Duntulm   859 

Dunure 289 

Edinkillie  535 

Edzell 761 

Eggerness 1357 

EileanDonan 1222 

Eleho  ...  1114 

Elphinstone  Tower  ...     812 

Fast    3S3 

Ke'lo.rate 112 

Fenella's    875 

Fiddes    877 

Findochty 322 

Finhaven  792 

F'inlarig 1076 

F'indlater   331 

Flemington   649 

Forbes    156 

Fortan    771 

Garth 1117 

GiSen 234 

Girnegoe    390 

Glasclune 1050 

Glenbueket   125 

Glengarnock 2 

Greenan 205 


Gylen     195 

Hailes 810 

Hall  Forest   134 

Hatton  792 

Helmsdale 1342 

Hermitage 1237 

Hesselhead    234 

Horsburgh    1028 

House  of  Scotstarvet  573 

Hume 362 

Inaltrie 320 

Iusch 128 

Inverlochy 855 

Inverugie  145 

Islay  183 


Torthorwald 496 

Towie  Barclay 157 

Trochy  1069 

Tullibardine 1048 

Tundergarth 497 

Turnberry 205 

Urquhart  865 

Vano  762 

Waterfallside    812 

Wauchope 483 

Weath    903 

Westruther  366 

Whitton 1254 

Wick 389 

Castlebay 815 

Ively  36b  I  Castlecary 420  &  1292 

Kennedy    1349 1  Castlegate 336 

Kilchurn    i73iCastlehead    1171 

Kildrummy  132  Castlehill  1113 

Kilkerran i68,Castleton — New  1237 

Killundine 194  Castletown    (Aberdeen)     109 

Kincardine    1048 1  Castletown   (Caithness)     383 

Kings ioi6:Cathcart    1124 

Kirk  Dominae  233lCaticol  369 

Catrine 236 

Catstane    995 

Catterline 877 

Law    260'  Cauldron  Linn i 

Lennox  Tower 510'  Causeway — The   200 

Knock    863 

Lachlan 201 

Langholm 483 

Leslie 135 

Liddlesdale 1237 

Linlithgow    996 

Linturk 135 

Loch  Leven  887 

Lochmaben   485 

Lochore 624 

Mauchline 2 

Mearns  1169 

Meggernie 1117 


Mingary 166, 

Moil    863 

Moll   859 

Morton 491 

Moulin  1085 

Muckairn 165 

Neidpath  1031 

Newark  (Fife)  638 

Newark  (Renfrew)  ...  1201 

Oronsay 172 

Pitcur    773 

Pitfichie 141 

Pitsligo 152 

Pittulie 152 

Porten  Cross 260 

Preston  Tower 811 

Ranfurly  1165 

Rathen  150 

Ravenscraig 593 

Red    772 

Rossend 565 

Rosslyn 527 

Rosyth  594 

Rowallan  262 

Roxburgh 1256 

Roy    827 

Rusko    893 

Ruthven    857 

Sanquhar 494 

Scalloway 1278 

Seton 812 

Shuna  Island    165 

Sinclair 390 

Skipness    199 

Slains 154 

Southend  200 

Stalker 165 

Stewart 1356 

Struthers 573 

Tantallan 798 

Tarbert 200 

Taymouth 1117 

Terringzean 238 

Threave 903 

Tibber's 492 

Tor 855 

Causewayend(Edinburgh)  505 

Causewayend    13x6 

Causewayend  Station ...  1316 

Causewayhead 1292 

Causewayhead  Station..   1288 

Cava  Island 1019 

Cavers   1238 

Caverton   1238 

Caves  : — 

Airds 860 

Boat   200 

Buachaille 200 

Causeway 200 

Clamshell 200 

Colonnade 200 

Cormorants — The   ...     200 

Face  200 

Fingal's 200 

Glass 642 

Great 200 

Herdsman  Rock 200 

King's  (I.  of  Arran)..     369 

King's  (Fife)     642 

Mackinnon's 200 

Rob  Roys      1290 

Scallop  200 

Smoo 1341 

Thomson's    1236 

Cawdor 1005 

Cellardyke    597 

Ceres  (or  Cyrus) 573 

Chance  Inn  573 

Channelkirk 352 

Chapel  (Fife)    600 

Chapel  (Lanark) 934 

Chapel  of  Garioch   107 

Chapel  Green  1311 

Chapel  Knowe 478 

Chapelhall 940 

Chapelhope  1261 

Chapelton  (Forfar) 772 

Chapelton  (Lanark)    ...     949 

Chapeltown  323 

Charleston  (Forfar)     ...     771 
Charleston  (Renfrew)...  1171 

Charleston  (Ross)    1223 

Charlestown  (Banff)    ...     312 

Charlestown  (Fife)  624 

Charlestown  of  Aboyne     10 1 

Charlie's  Seat  1213 

Chesabhal 816 

Chesters  (Berwick) 360 

Chesters  (Roxburgh)  ...  1257 

Chirnside 35: 

Chirnside  Bridge 352 

Chryston  930 

Clachaig    173 

Clachan   (Hebrides)    ...     821 


Clachan 172 

Clachen  Seil 185 

Clachnaharry    834 

Clackmannan   407 

Cladich 178 

Claggan 194 

Claredon   386 

Clarencefield 493 

Clarkston  (Lanark) 918 

Clarkston  (Renfrew)  ...  1124 

Clashgullock 233 

Clashmore 1340 

Clatt  108 

Clava 829 

Claverhouse 778 

Claygate    450 

Cleghorn  Station 960 

Cleish 885 

Cleland 940 

Clerk's  Holm    261 

Clifton  1076 

Clinterty  328 

Clintmains    365 

Clippens    1065 

Clochan 322 

Clochean   113 

Clochnabane 833 

Clocksbriggs  Station  ...     763 

Cloichfoldich    1117 

Clola 113 

Closeburn 450 

Clousta 1277 

Clova  (Forfar) 677 

Clovenfords   1261 

Clunas  1006 

Clunes    858 

Clunie    1057 

Cluny  (Aberdeen)    108 

Cluny-by-Kirkcaldy(Fife)  566 

Clydebank     417 

Clynder 439 

Clyne 1338 

Coalbnrn  963 

Coalsnaughton 403 

Coalton  of  Balgonie 625 

Coaltown  625 

Coatbridge    940 

Coatdyke  940 

Coats 940 

Cobbinshaw  506 

Cockburnspath 353 

Cockenzie  801 

Cocketty     869 

Cockpen 507 

Cogrieburn   480 

Cogs  Mill  1238 

Colaboll 1343 

Colbost 860 

Coldhill 1228 

Coldingham  353 

Coldsteam 353 

Coldwells  no 

Coltin  Station   1356 

Colinsburgh 574 

Colinton    507 

Colintraive    180 

Coll— Isle  of 172 

Collace  1057 

Collessie    574 

Collieston 154 

Collin 496 

Colliston    676 

Colmonell 236 

Colabol 1343 

Colonnade 200 

Colonsay — Isle  of 172 

Colonsay  Island — Little    194 

Colpy m 

Coltness 974 

Colvend 897 

Colvister    1279 

Colzium 1287 

Commonhead  Station...     919 

Comrie  1058 

Conchra 189 

Condorrat 420 

Conisbay   382 







Connel  Ferry    

Conon  Bridge   




Copinshay  Island 




Cornliill  (Banff)  

Cornhill  (Berwick)  

Corowi  , 

_      Corpach 

i  Z^Corpaeh  (Inverness)    ... 

Corran   Ferry   (Argyle) 

Corrie  (Bute)    

Corrie  (Dumfries)    



Corryvieken    Whirlpool 



Corsnck  Bridge 




Cotlial   Mills    (Fintray) 


CoultUart's  Cairn    

Coupar  Angus  


Cove  (Dumbarton) 

Cove  (Kincardine)  









Craig  (Dumfries) 

Craig  (Forfar) 

Craig  (Ross) 

Craig  Mark  





Craigendoran  Station ... 


Craighall — New    


Craigie  (Aberdeenshire) 

Craigie  (Ayr)    

Craigie  (Linlithgow)    ... 



Craigleith  Station    






Craigneuk  Point  






Craigs — The 


Craigton    (Dumbarton) 

Craigton  (Forfar) 

Craigton  (Ross)    




Cramond  Bridge  

Cramond  Island   




















Cranston    509 

Crarae    188 

Crathes  871 

Crathie  109 

Crawford  946 

Crawford  John 946 

Crawiek 494 

Crawick  Bridge    494 

Cray   1074  Qulross 



Cullipool     ... 


Culioden  ... 
Culnacnock  . 

Creagorry 822 

Cree  Bridge  908 


Creich  (Argyll)    194 

Creich  (Fife) 576 

Creich  (Sutherland)     ...  1338 

Crianlarich    1076 

Crichope  Linn  450 

.398+Crichton     510 

185  Crieff 1060 

166  Crieff  Junction 1048 

370  Criffel 893 

479  Crimond    no 

865  Crinan    190 

135  Crinan  Pier   188 

185  Croachy 830 

900  Crocketford  911 

449  Croftamie 432 

898  Croftbeg 829 

508  Crofthead    (Linlithgow)  1002 

677  Crofthead  Station    1002 

237  Croftness   323 

117  Croick    1221 

10S  Cromar 125 

896  Cromarty  1213 

1059  Crombie 642 

509  Cromdale  534 

438  Cromore 817 

879  Cromwell's  Mount    827 

946  Cronberry 287 

574  Crook  of  Devon 

991  Crookedholm    252 

876  Cross  (Ayr)  243 

1278  Cross  (Hebrides  Isles)...  816 

237  Cross  (Linlithgow)  997 

324  Cross  (Orkney  Isles)  ...  1013 

761  Cross-Hill  (Ayr)  2f  _ 

475  Cross  Roads  (Ayr)  246 

077  Cross  Roads  ( Banff ) 323 

1225  Cross  Roads  (Caithness)  383 

242  Cross  Roads  (Fife)  643 

1001  CrossRoads(Haddingtn) 
156  CrossRoads(Kincardine) 
311  Crossbost  

1083  Crossford  (Dumfries) ... 

427  Crossford  (Fife)    583 

196  Crossford  (Lanark) 965 

517  Crossgates 583 

185  Crosshands    288 

105  Crosshill     978 

238  Cross  Hill,  see  Glasgow 
994      Section 

482  Crosshouse    281 

135  Crosslee 1162 

50^  Crossmichael    899 

507  Crossmyloof,  see  Glas- 
374      gow  Section 

894  Crossmyloof n 

132  Crossraguel   285 

982  Crossroads    875 

897  Croulista    821 

172  Crovie    328 

194  Crown — The 834 

773  Croy  (Dumbarton)  420 

573  Croy  (Inverness) 829 

439  Cruachan    or     Brander 

1221      Pass    16 

815  Cruden  no 

433  Crudie   107 

782  Cruggleton  Head 1357 

1223  Crulivig 821 

575  Cuilhill  969 

1238  Culbokie    1232 

509  Culburnie 856 

509  Culcabock 837 

509  Culduthel 837 

555  Culgower  1343 

355  Culkein  1338 





Colter  (Lanark)  

Cutter  Station 


Cults  (Aberdeen) 

Cults  (Fife)  

Cults  Station    ...f 



Cumbernauld  Station  ... 

Cumbrae  Isles  






Cumnock — Xew  

Cumnock — Old    


Cunningham  Head 




Cupar  Fife 











Dalbeallie  Station    



Dalcross  Station  





Dalhousie  Station    












Dalnaspital  Station 




Dairy  (Ayr)  

Dairy  (Kirkcudbright) 









Damsay  Island 

Dandaleith  Station 
Danish  Remains  :— 





Ratho , 






57  ' 































318  Danna  Island    190 

Darnaway  Woods 535 

Darnconner  287 

Darnick 1252 

Darnow 1350 

Darvel    245 

tfava 536 

Davidson's  Mains 514 

Davington 477 

Daviot  (Aberdeen)  111 

Daviot  (Inverness)  829 

Dead  Water  1237 

Deadriggs 358 

Deanburnhaugh  I255 

Deanston  1077 

Dechmont 999 

Dee  Side  Station 104 

Deer— New   112 

Deer — Old 112 

Deerness    1013 

Delhaig 507 

Delnies  1007 

Delny 1220 

Delny  Station    1220 

Delting  1272 

Demyardill    830 

Den  Fella  880 

Denhead     135 

Denhead    572 

Denhead  (LogieBuchan)     135 

Denholm    1237 

Denino  582 

Dennis  Head 1019 

Dennistoun,  see  Glasgow 

Denny    1292 

Denny  Loanhead 1 294 

Denovan  —  Little        & 

Meikle    1295 

Denside 794 

Dervaig 194 

Deskford    320 

Dess  Station 132 

Devil's  Glen 1166 

Devil's  Mill   1086 

Devonside 407 

Dewarton  516 

Dhuloch  Kirkcolm  1350 

Diabeg    1211 

Digg   863 

Dingwall    1214 

Dinnet    114 

Dinwoodie  Station  448 

Dipping 370 

Dirleton 801 

Dirnanean 1080 

Disblair 117 

Divots  Glen 1166 

Dochgarroch 837 

Dog  Island 1112 

Doll    1339 

Dollar 405 

Dolphinton    948 

Douibristle    563 

Doonhill 802 

Dorback     827 

Dores 830 

Dornie    1222 

Dornoch  (Sutherland)...  1340 
Dornock  (Dumfries)   ...     452 

Dougarie   3^9 

Douglas 948 

Douglas  Hall    898 

Douglas  Pier 193 

Douglastown    773 

Dounby 1014 

Doune  (Ayr) 251 

Doune  (Perth) 1063 

Doune  (Ross)    1221 

Dovesland 1171 

Dowally 1068 

Downfield  779 

533  Downreay 386 

507  Drainie  553 

182  Dreghorn  246 

191  Drem 798 

527  Dremlabarra 369 



Drimnen  203 

Drimnin    194 

Dron 1064 

Drongan  Station 238 

Dronley  Station    664 

Dronochy  1072 

Dropping  Cave 1213 

Droughdool  13S3 

Druidical  Remains  : — ■ 

Auchinblae   869 

Baldernock   1285 

Beith 234 

Biffle  113 

Cluny 108 

Comrie  1058 

Daviot    112 

Dornoek 452 

Dunbarney    1065 

Dyce  115 

Garvock     876 

Inverness  834 

Keig   130 

Keith 325 

Kilchattan 371 

Kilmichael  Giassary. .     189 

Kirkmichael 1081 

Lamlash    369 

Leslie 135 

Lochrutton   907 

New  Deer 112 

Old  Deer   113 

Rockingstone   234 

Stornoway    818 

Tillicoultry   40/ 

Tough    156 

Uig 820 

Wigtown   1363 

Druinshadder  816 

Drum  Station  115 

Drumbeg  I338 

Drumblade    114 

Drumbowie  1316 

Drumbreck  967 

Drumclog 923 

Drumelzier    1027 

Drumgelloch 922 

Drumglass    420 

Drumin 323 

Drumlanrig  1240 

Drumlemble 168 

Drumlithie    874 

Drummore   ^S1 

Drummuir  Station 316 

Drumnadrochit    863 

Drumoak  115 

Drumossie  Moor 834 

Drumour  1069 

Drumpellier  Station    ...     941 
Drumshoreland  Station 

Drumsmittal    1223 

Drumtoehty 869 

Drumwindle 116 

Drunzie 1001 

Drybridge  (Banff)  316 

Drybridge  Station  316 

Dryburgh 1256 

Dryfesdale    486 

Drymen 1294 

Drymen  Station  432 

Drynock    860 

Dubford 328 

Dubton  Station    783 

Duddingston,  see  Edin- 
burgh Section 

Duddingston 514 

Duff   iSi 

Dufftown  320 

Dnffas    533 

Duirinish  860 

Duirinish  (Ross) 1223 

Duisdale    ,     863 

Duiskj'  166 

Dull    1064 

Dullatur    420 

Dulnain  Bridge    550 

Dulsie    1005 

Dumbarton  421 


Dumbuck 432 

Dumfries  452 

Dumfries, House  Station  239 

Dun    677 

Dun  Carloway 821 

Dunalastair  1079 

Dunan    864 

Dunaskin 242 

Dunaverty  Rock 200 

Dunbar 802 

Dunbarney    1065 

Dunbeath  385 

Dunbennan  125 

Dunbeth 941 

Dunblane  1066 

Dunbog 582 

Duncansby    382 

Duncansby  Head 382 

Duncanstone    135 

Duncanstown   1232 

Duncow 481 

Duncreivie    1045 

Dundee 679 

Dundee  Law 680 

Dundonald  (Ayr)     247 

Dundonnell  1224 

Dundrennan 909 

Dunduff    584 

Dunecht    116 

Dunfermline 582 

Dunglass  432 

Dunipace  1295 

Dunkeld    1068 

Dunkeld — Little 1069 

Dunlichty 829 

Dunlop  247 

Dunlugas  312 

Dunmaglass 830 

Dunmore  1284 

Dunnet 383 

Dunnet  Head    386 

Dunnichen    761 

Dunning    1070 

Dunnottar 874 

Dunoon 173 

Dunphail  535 

Dunraggit  Station  1353 

Dunreggan    477 

Dunrossness 1272 

Duns  or  Dunse 355 

Dun's  Dish    677 

Dunscore  475 

Dunshalt  567 

Dunskeller    821 

Dunsyre    949 

Dunterlie  1122 

Duntocher    426 

Duntulm  861 

Dunure 239 

Dunvegan 860 

Durhamtown    989 

Durinish    858 

Durisdeer  475 

Durness 1341 

Duror 177 

Durran 383 

Durris    874 

Dulhil    830 

Dwarfie  Stone  1015 

Dyce  115 

Dyke  &  Moy 535 

Dykehead 975 

Dysart    590 

Eaglesfield    488 

Eaglesham    1126 

EalachBegg 383 

Earlish  863 

Earl's  Ferry 591 

Earlston    358 

Earnsheugh 353 

Earrait  Island 194 

Easdale  Island 186 

Eassie  &  Nevay    761 

East  Anstruther 564 

East  Barns   802 

East  Burgh  763 

East  Calder 505 


East  Ferry    669 

East  Fortune  Station  ...     799 

East  Grange 642 

East  Grange  Station   ...     577 

East  Haven  792 

East  Helmsdale    1343 

East  Kilbride    957 

East  Kilpatrick    433 

East  Linton 808 

East  Newport  629 

EastOrd  329 

East  Plean    1317 

East  Saltan  811 

EastTarbert 202 

East  Wemyss  643 

East  Whitburn  Station  1002 

East  Yell  1279 

Easter  Duddingston   ...     514 

Easter  Fernie   627 

Easter  Fowlis  778 

Easter  Kilmuir    1220 

Easter  Logie 1225 

Easterfield    325 

Easterhouse 969 

Eastwood,  see   Glasgow 


Eastwood 1127 

Ebersaig    1223 

Ecclefechan  476 

Eccles 358 

Ecclesmachan  994 

Echt  115 

Eckford 1238 

Eday  Island 1023 

Edderachylis    I34I 

Edderton    I2t6 

Eddieston 143 

Eddleston 1027 

Eddlewood   951 

Eddrachillis 1341 

Edenham 1238 

Edge  Head    509 

Edgerston 1238 

Edinbane  860 

Edinburgh,  see  Separate 


Edinkillie 535 

Edinville    311 

Edmondstone   525 

Ednam  1238 

Edrom   359 

Edzell     761 

Eggerness 1357 

Egdshav  island    1020 

Eigg— Isle  of    864 

Elchies  552 

Elderslie    1127 

Elgin 536 

Elgoll 864 

Elie 591 

Ellemford 364 

Ellens  Isle 1054 

Elliot  Junction 649 

Ellon  116 

Elphin    1338 

Elphinstone  812 

Elrig  I3S4 

Elsrickle    981 

Elvanfoot  946 

Embo 1340 

Enhallow  Island ioio 

Enochdhu 1080 

Ensay — Isle  of 816 

Enterkin  Foot  476 

Enzie 322 

Erchless 856 

Eriskay — Isle  of   821 

Eriskay 822 

Errogie 830 

Errol  1071 

Erskine 1128 

Esk  Bridge  Station 526 

Esk  Side  Station 522 

Eskbank    511 

Eskbank  Station 511 

Eskdale 483 

Eskdalemuir 477 


Essie  151 

Esslemont 116 

Esslemont  Station   116 

Ethiehaven    772 

Ettrick       1261 

Ettrick  Bridge 1266 

Ettrick  Bridge  End 1266 

Ettrick  Pen  1261 

Evanton 122 1 

Evelix    1341 

Everton     450 

Evie    1013 

Ewes 477 

Eyemouth 359 

Eynhallow 1020 

Face — The 200 

Faifley  832 

Fair  Isle    I273 

Fairey  Island   1010 

Fairlie    248 

Fairnington  1256 

Fala  &  Soutra    ...  515  &  804 

FalaDam  515 

Falkirk  1295 

Falkland    592 

Falls  of  Acharn 1075 

Fallside 928 

Fanmore    194 

Fans  Loanend  1257 

Faray  Island 1010 

Farnell  762 

Farr  (Inverness)  830 

Farr  (Sutherland)  1341 

Faslane 440 

Fasnacloich  165 

Fasnaskyle    856 

Fasque   875 

Fauldhouse  995 

Fearn  (Forfar) 762 

Fearn  (Ross)    1216 

Fender  Bridge 1049 

Fenton  801 

Fenwick 248 

Feolin 185 

Fergushill 249 

Ferguslie  1171 

Fernan  1075 

Ferniegair 950 

Ferrindonald    863 

Ferry-Port-on-Craig    ...     640 

Ferryden  677 

Feshie  Bridge  827 

Fetlar  Island 1273 

Fetterangus 112 

Fettercairn    875 

Fetteresso 875 

Fetternear 131 

Feus  of  Cash 639 

Fidigary    817 

Kife-Keith 325 

Fincastle    1115 

Findhorn   546 

Findo  Gask  1072 

Findochty 322 

Finhaven   792 

Finlaggan — Isle  of  183 

Finnich 1294 

Finnick  248 

Finsbay 816 

Finstown   1014 

Fintray 117 

Fintry  (Aberdeenshire)     157 

Fintry  (Stirling)  1307 

Finzean 105 

Firth  (Orkney  Isles)  ...  1014 
Firth  Shetland  Isles)...  1272 

Fishcross   407 

Fisher's  Cove    353 

Fisherie 107 

Fisherrow 522 

Fisherton  289 

Fitful  Head   1273 

Fladda— Isle  of    185 

Flat 1237 

Flemington    931 

Flisk   593 

Flodda — Isle  of    860 



Flotay — Isle  of 

Flotta  Island 






Fons  Moffetensis 


Ford  (Argyll)   

Ford  (Edinburgh)  

Ford  of  Frew 





Forest  of  Mar   

Forest  Mill 













Fort  Augustus 

Fort  Charlotte 

Fort  George  

Fort  George  Station 

Fort  Matilda  Station   ... 

Fort  William 









Foula  Island 


Foulis  Ferry 

Foulis  Station  



Fowlis  Easter   

Fowhs  Wester 







Fuday — Isle  of 




Fushie  Bridge  






Gairsay  Island 



Galloway — New   

Galloway  (New)  Station 


Gallows  Hill 






























































Garlogie — 





Garpel  Linn 







Gartcosh  Station 











Garvelloch — Isle  of 





Gatelaw  Bridge   













Georgemas  Station 




Giffen    , 



Gigha  Island 


Giglum  Island 



Giltnerton  (Edinburgh) 

Gilmerton  (Perth)   


Gilnockie  Station 


Girdleness  Lighthouse 









Glasgow,    see   Separate 




Glassaugh  Station    

Glassel  Station 






Glen  of  Alva 

Glen  Aros 

Glen  Douglas    

Glen  of  Newmill  

Glen  Ogilvie 


Glen  Sannox 

































Glen  Tilt  1049 

Glenalmond 1084 

Glenapp 233 

Glenaray  180 

Glenartney    1058 

Gleneagles 1048 

Glenbarr   187 

Glenbarry  Station   310 

Glenbervie    874 

Glenboig    949 

Glenbreckerie   200 

Glenbrittel    860 

Gorbals,    see    Glasgow 


Gordon  361 

Gordon  Memorial    125 

Gordonstown(Aberdeen)  103. 

Gordonstown  (Banff)  ...  330 

Gorebridge    516. 

Gorgie,  see  Edinburgh 


Gortan  183, 

Gorthleck  829 

Gott   1278 

Glenbrook     .510  Gourdon    872 

Glenbroivn    827JGourock    1128. 

Glenbuck  292  Govan,     see      Glasgow 

Glenbucket   125      Section 

Glenburnie    563!Govanhill,  see  Glasgow 

Glencairn 477I     Section 

Glencaple  Quay    449 iGraemsay  Island  1015 








Glencarse 1079 

Glencassley  J339 

Glencoe 167 

Glenconvinth    856 

Glencorse,      or      Gleu 

cross  515 

Glencreran    165 

Glencroe    193 

Glendale    860 

Glendaruel    1 

Glendevon io74 

Glendochart 1076 

Glendoick 1079 

Glenduckie    593 


Glenegidale  183 

Glenelg 833 

Glenerrochy  io49 

Glenetive   165 

Glenfarg    1045 

Glenfeniess   1005 

Glenfield   1122 

Gleufondland    114 

Glenfoot    1042 

Glenfruin 426 

Glengairn 125 

Glengarnock 258 

Glengarry  (Inverness)       834 

Glengarry  (Perth)   1049 

Glenglass  1211 

Glengowan    967 

Glenholm 1027 

Gleninisdale 863 

Glenisla 771 

Glenkindie    156 

Glenlean    173 

Glenlednock 1058 

Glenlivet   323 

Glenlochar    894 

Glenlochay    178 

Glenluce    1333 

Glenlyon    1073 

Glenmavis 967 

Glenmore  862 

Glenmoriston    865 

Glenmuick    125 

Glennesslin   475 

Gleuochil  407 

Glenorchy 178 

Glenpatrick  1171 

Glenprosen    677 

Glenrinnes    323 

Glenshee    1074 

Glenshiel  1219 

Glentana    101 

Glentana  Forest  ioi 

Glentrium 858 

Glenurquhart   865 

Glenwhilly  Station 1352 

Glenzier 450 

Gogar    508 

Gollanfield  Junction    ...     859 

Golspie  1341 

Golspie  Station 1342 

Gometra  Island    194 

Gonlirth    1272 

Goodhope  480 

Graham's  Dyke   991 

Grahamston 1296 

Grahamston  Station   ...  n 22 

Graitney    478. 

Grange  (Banff)     323 

Grange  (Fife)    563 

Grange  Pans 991 

Grangeburn  337 

Grangemouth  I3°7 

Grant's  House 362 

Granton,  see  Edinburgh 

Grantown 55° 

Grantully  *°74 

Gravir    817 

Great  Face — The    200- 

Ureenburn    132' 

Greeuend  519' 

Greenfield 929 

Greengairs    967 

Greenhill  (Dumfries)  ...     485 

Greenhill  (Lanark) 975 

Greenhill  (Linlithgow)     1002 
Greenhill  Junction 

Station   1287 

Greenhills 234 

Greenkowe    446 

Greenland 383 

Greenlaw  (Berwick)    ...     361 
Greenlaw         (Kirkcud- 
bright)        899 

Greenloaning    1053 

Greenness      I4r 

GTeenock  1130 

Greens    141 

Greyfriars 453 

Gretna  478 

Greystone      674 

Grim's  Dyke 991 

Grimness  1019 

Grimsay,  Isle  of  821 

Grimshader 817 

Grougar     263 

Gruline 194 

Gruna   Skerries   Island  1276 

Gruniard  182 

Gruting     1277 

Guard  Bridge   62r 

Guay  Station    1068 

Gubhill  45c- 

Guildtown n  14 

Uuisachan 856 

Gulberwick  1274 

Gullane 8or 

Gutcher 1279 

Guthrie      771 

Habbies  How    526 

Haddington  805 

Haggs     1293 

Hairlawhagg 450 

Hairmvres  Station  958 

Halbea'th   583- 

HalfDavocb 554 

Half  Morton 478 

Halfway    93* 

Halidon  Hill 334 

Halkirk 384 

Halkirk  Roadside 384 




Hallside 950 

Hallyards 567 

Hamilton  950 

Harburn    506 

Hardengreen  Station  ...  511 
Hardgate  (Dumbarton)  432 
Hardgate(Kirkcudbright)  9 1 1 

Harlosh 860 

Haroldswick 1278 

Harpsdale 384 

Harra 1280 

Harray  1014 

Harrietfield  1081 

Harris    815 

Hartfell  Spa 489 

Hartbill     975 

Hasselhead    , 234 

Hassendean  Statu  1251&1254 

Hatton  no 

Hatton  117 

Haugh  of  Fortingall  ...  1072 

Haugh  of  Urr  911 

Havens — East  &  West...     792 

Hawick  1239 

Hawkhead  Station  1175 

Hawkhill   215 

Hawksland    965 

Hawthornden  Station...     518 

Haywood   957 

Heaste   864 

Heathcot   878 

Heatherlie 1266 

Heck  485 

Heckla  Isle  of  815 

Heisker — Isle  of  821 

Heiton    1248 

Heiton  Station 1249 

Helensburgh 427 

Helipo!  203 

Hellisay — Isle  of 815 

Helmsdale 1342 

Herdsman  (The) 200 

Heriot    516 

Hermiston    510 

Hermitage     I237i 

Hesselhead    234 

Heston  Island 8931 

Hevera  1274! 

Heylor    I277 

High  Blantyre 926, 

High  Buekholmside 1262; 

Higblandman  Station...  1061 

Hightae     485 

Hildesay  Island    1278 

Hillend  594 

Billhead,    see   Glasgow 

Hills,     see    Mountains 


Hillside  (Forfar)  783 

Hillswick  1277 

Hilton    313 

Hilton  of  Cadboll     1216 

Hirsel  Law    354 

Hobkirk 1244 ' 

Hoddam    476, 

Holburn  Head  386 

Holland  Bush   1293 

Hollows — The  450' 

Hollybusb 245! 

Holly  Bush  Station 245! 

Holm 1015 

Holm  of  Noss   1272 

Holm  of  Papal 1274 

Holmhead 238 

Holton   407 

Holy  Island  185 

Holydean  1236 

Holytown 957 

Holytown  Junction 957 

Holywood 479 

Hope 1019 

Hope  Place    521 

Hopekirk  1244 

Hopeman  533 

Hoppertootie 482 

Horndean 363 


Houndslow   366 

Houndwood  362 

House  Island    1270 

Housie  Skerries   Island  1276 

Houston     1162 

Houston  (Crosslee  Stn)  1162 

Houstry 385 

Howe  of  Fife 573 

Howgate    526 

Howmore  822 

Ilownam    1245 

Hjwpasley    1255 

How-wood 1168 

Hoy  head  1015 

Hoy  Island    1015 

Hughton    856 

Humbie     808 

Hume 362 

Huna 382 

Hunda  Island  1019 

Hundland 1014 

Hunter's  Quay 176 

Huntingtower  1116 

Huntly  126 

Hurlet    1168 

Hurlford    253 

Hutchesontown,         see 
Glasgow  Section 

Hutton  (Berwick)    362 

Hutton  (Dumfries) 479 

Hylepol 203 

Icclumb-Kill  Island     ...     181 

Icolmkill  Island  181 

Illebray — Isle  of  821 

Inch   1349 

Inch  Brayock — Isle  of...     677 

Inch  Cape  Rock    650 

Inch  Green  Island  1130 

Inch  Marnock  Island  ...     371 

Inchbare    793 

Inchbury  554 

Incolm  Island  563 

Inches    948 

Inchgarvie  Island    999 

Inchgower 316 

Inclnnnan     1162 

Inchkeith  Island  597 

Iuchmaholm  Island 1112 

Inchmarlo 871 

Inchmarnock    104 

Inchmore  858 

inchmurrin — Island    of    411 

Inchture    1074 

I ncbt ure  Station r°74 

InglisGreen 528 

Inis  Capel  Island 185 

Inishai  Island  178 

Inishail  165 

Inkerman 1127 

Innellan 178 

Inner  Leven 568 

Innerleithen 1027 

Innerpefiray 1061 

Innerwick 808 

Innerwick-in-Glenlyon      1075 
Inniskenneth  Island    ...     194 

Inns    594 

Insch 128 

lush    834 

Inver  (Aberdeen) 109 

Iuver  (Perth)   1069 

Inver  (Ross) 1229 

Inver-Skinnerton 1229 

Inverallan 55° 

Inverallochy 129 

Inveramsay  Junction  ...     128 

Inveran *339 

Inveraray 179 

Invararity 772 

Inverasdale 1226 

Inveravoa 324 

fnveraye    109 

Inverbervie  872 

Inverbrothock  652 

Invercannish 836 

Inverchaolain    181 

Inveresk    516 


Inverfarigaig    £ 

Invergarry    834 

Invergloy  855 

Invergordon 1219 

Invergowrie 777 

Invergowrie  (Perth)    ...  1075 

Inverie  833 

Inverinate 1222 

Inverkeilor    772 

Inverkeithing    394 

Inverlteithny 324 

Inverkip    1163 

Inverlair    836 

Inverleithen 1027 

Invermar  778 

Invermark 778 

Invermoriston 865 

Invernhavon 856 

Inrerneil    190 

Inverness  834 

Invernettie    144 

Invershin  1339 

Inversnaid 1290 

Invertiel    601 

Inverugie 144 

Inverurie  129 

lochdar 822 

Iona — Isle  of    181 

Irongray    907 

Ironmaccanic    894 

Irvine 254 

Islands : — 

Ailsa  Craig    241 

Arran 369 

Auskerry  1023 

Baleshare  821 

Balnuhua 185 

Barra 815 

Barray    1270 

Bass  Hock 798 

Belnahua  186 

Benbecula 821 

Berneray  815 

Beunahua 183 

Big  Island 1270 

Bound  Skerries    1276 

Boveray 821 

Bressay 1272 

Brurie  Skerries 1276 

Burra 1019 

Burra — East  &  West     1274 

Burray  1013 

Bute  370 

Calve 204 

Canna 200  &  864 

Cara   178 

Cava  1019 

Coll 172 

Colonsay    172 

Colonsay — Little 194 

Copinshay 1020 

Cramond  s°9 

Cronhn 1211 

Cumbrae   372 

Damsay     1014 

Danna    90 

Davaar  168 

Duirinish  165 

Earrait 194 

Easdale 186 

Eday  1023 

Egilshay    1020 

Eigg   864 

Enhallow  1010 

Ensay 816 

Eriska    165 

Eriskay 822 

Fair  Isle 1273 

I'airey    1010 

Faray     1010 

Fetlar 1273 

Fidra 891 

Finlaggan 183! 

Fladda  185! 

Flodda   860] 

F'lotay     1010 

FTotta 1023 


F'oula I279 

Fuday    815 

Gairsay 1013 

Garvelloch    185 

Gigha 178 

Giglum 178 

Gometra    194 

Greemsay  1015 

Grimsay    821 

Gruna  Skerries    1276 

Harris    885 

Hecla  813 

Heisker 821 

Hellisay 815 

Heston  893 

Hevera  1274 

Holm 1015 

Holm  of  Damsay 1014 

Holm  of  Papal I274 

Holy  Island  185 

House    1270 

Housie  Skerries    1276 

Hoy    1015 

Hunda   1019 

Icclumb-Kill 1S1 

Icolmkill    181 

Illebray 821 

Inch  Brayock    677 

Inch  Cailoch 411 

Inchfad 1290 

Inch  Green   1130 

Inch  Marnock  371 

Incholm     563 

Inchgarvie 999 

Inchkeith  597 

Inchmaholm 1112 

Inchmurrin  411 

Inchruin   1290 

Inis  Capel 183 

Inishai  178 

Innischonan 165 

Inniskenneth    194 

Iona    181 

Islay  182 

Jura    185 

Keills 190 

Kerrera 194 

Killigray    816 

Kirkibost  821 

Lambholm    1015 

Langa    1278 

Levera    821 

Lewis   816 

Linga  (Tingwall) 1278 

Linga  (Walls)  1279 

Lismore 191 

Little  Colonsay 194 

Long  Island 815 

Luing 185 

Lunga    185 

MacCaskin    188 

Mainland        (Orkney 

Isles) 1020 

Mainland     (Shetland 

Isles) 1276 

Martin  1224 

May   627 

Mhorgay    1084 

Mickle  Roe 1270 

Mingalay  815 

Muck  200  &  864 

Muckle  Roe 1272 

Muckle  Flugga 1278 

Mull    194 

North  Ronaldshay  ...  1019 

North  Uist    821 

Noss   1272 

Oldany  1333 

Orkneys 1013 

Ornsay  863 

Oronsay  (Argyle)    ...  172 

Out  Skerries 1276 

Oxna 1278 

Pabbay  813 

Papa  1274 

Papa  Stour    1279 

Papa  Stronsay 1023 





Papa  Westray 10241  Jedburgh  1245 

Pentland  Skerries    ...  ioi9'Jedfoot  Bridge  Station  1246 

Pharay  10231  Jemimaville 1227 

Pharey  ic^'Jock's  Lodge,  see  Edin- 

Pladda   369 1     burghSection 

Pladdu   369  John  o' Groat's  House...     382 

Pludda   185  John's  Haven    876 

Pomona 1010  Johnstone  (Dumfries)...     479 

Priest 1224 

Raasay  (Inverness)...  861 

Raasay  (Orkney) 1010 

Roan 1344 

Rona 861 

Ronay    S21 

Ross   895 

Rossie    677 

Rousay 1020 

Rum    200  tfc  864 

St.  Helena 1353 

Saint  Kilda    816 

Samphray 1270 

Sanda 200 

Sanday  1013 

Sanderay  815 

Sandy 200  &  864 

Scalpay 816 

Searba  185 

Scares  (The) 1357 

Scarp 816 

Scotsway  816 

Sculpny 863 

Seil 185 

Shapinsay 1021 

Shetlands  1270 

Shiant   817 

Shuna    185 

Skerries 1276 

Skerviule  183 

Skye  859 

Soay  816 

South  Rona  861 

South  Ronaldshay  ...  1019 

South  Uist 821 

Staffa 200 

Stein  860 

Stroma  382 

Stronsay    Jo23 

Summer    1224 

Sunda    200 

Swaney 1010 

Swona    1019 

Tala   1112 

Tanera  1224 

Tarrensay 816 

Tiree 203 

Toll 450 

Torsay    1  _ 

Trondray  1270 

Johnstone  (Renfrew)  ...  11 63 

Johnstone  Bridge 480 

Joppa(Ayr)  237 

Joppa,    see    Edinburgh 


Jordanstone   Station  ...  1043 

Juniper  Green 517 

Jura — Isle  of 185 

Justinhaugh  Station   ...  792 

Karnes    187 

Kamesburgh 361 

Kay  Park  251 

Kearn 103 

Keig   130 

Keills 190 

Keils  183 

Keir    480 

Keiss  384 

Keith 325 

Keith  Hall 131 

Keith— Upper  808 

Keithinch  (Peterhead)...  144 

Kellas 535 

Kells   902 

Kelso 1248 

Keltney  Burn  1073 

Kelton  (Dumfries)  449 

Kelton  (Kirkcudbright)  903 

Kelton  Hill 903 

Kelty 568 

Kelty  Bridge 568 

Kemback 595 

Kemnay 131 

Kemp's  Score    405 

Kenlocb. 194 

Kenmore   1075 

Kennet  404 

Kennethmont   131 

Kennetpans   404 

Kennishead,  see  Glasgow 


Kennoway     595 

Kensaleyre    ...  863 

Kepplehills    142 

Kerrara — Isle  of  194 

Kerry  croy 371 

Kerse 242 

Kershader 817 

Kersland  Barony 243 

Kessock — North  &South  1223 

Uist— North S21  K.'ttins 773 

Uist — South 821 







Vaila I279 

Vallay    821 

Vatersay    813 

Waas 1010 

Watermen 860 

Weir  1010 

Westray 1024 

Whalsay    1276 

Whithorn 1362 

Wiay(OuterHebrides)     822 

Wiay  (Inverness) 860 

Wire  1020 

Yell    1279 

Islay  182 

Islivig 821 

Itlaw 312 

Jackton 958 

James  Town  (Fife) 594 

Jamestown(Dumbarton)    431 

Jamestown  (Ross)   1213 

Janetstown   387 

Jeantown  1225 

Kettle    596 

Kettlebridge 596 

Kidalton    183 

Kilarrow    182 

Kilbagie....! 404 

Kilbarchan    1163 

Kilberry 191 

Kilbirnie    258 

Kilbowie    417 

Kilbrandon   185 

Kilbride 186 

Kilbride  (Argyle)    195 

Kilbride  (Bute)    369 

Kilbride — East(Lanark)  957 

Kilbride  —  West  (Ayr)  259 

Kilbucho  1027 

Kilcalmonell 186 

Kilchattan  (Argyle)    ...  185 

Kilchattan  (Bute)    371 

Kilchoman    182 

Kilchoan   166 

Kilchrenan    186 

Kilconquhar 596 

Kilcreggan    439 

Kildalton  182 

Kildary  Station    1223 

Kildavanan  371 

Kilday  Station 1121 


Kildonan  (Bute)  370 

Kildonan    (Sutherland)  1343 

Kildrummy 132 

Kilrinan  187 

Kilfinichen    :     194 

Kilgrammie 241 

Kilirinagh 822 

Kilkenzie    187 

Kilkerran    168 

Kilkerran  Station 284 

Killarrow  182 

Killean  187 

Killearn 1310 

Killearnan 1220 

Killelan 1162 

Killen 1212 

Killieehonan 1073 

Killiecrankie 1085 

Killigray — Isle  of 816 

Killilan 1222 

Killimster 390 

Killin 1076 

Killin  Junction 1076 

Killochan  Station 241 

Killywhan  Station  893 

Kilmadock    1077 

Kilmalcolm  1166 

Kilmalie  (Argyll) 1 

Kilmalie  (Inverness)  ...     854 

Kilmaluig 86 

Kilmany    597 

Kilmarnock  261 

Kilmaronock 43 1 

Kilmartin 188 

Kilmaurs  280 

Kilmavconaig    io49 

Kilmelfort 1 

Kilmeny    182 

Kilmichael    169 

Kilmichael  Glassary   ...     1 

Kilmodan 1 

Kilmonivaig 855 

Kilmorack 855 

Kilmore 194 

Kilmorich 193 

Kilmory  (Argyll) 194 

Kilmory  (Bute)    369 

Kihnuir  (Inverness)    ...     861 

Kilmuir  (Ross) 1223 

Kilmuir  Easter    1220 

Kilmuir  Wester    1223 

Kilmun 173 

Kilnave 183 

Kilncadzow  934 

Kilninian  195 

Kilninver  182 

Kilpatrick  (Bute) 371 

Kilpatrick  (Dumbarton)    439 

Kilpatrick — New 433 

Kilrenny    597 

Kilry  773 

Kilspindie  1078 

Kilsyth  1311 

Kiltarlity  856 

Kiltearn 1221 

Kiltyrie 1076 

Kilvickeon 194 

Kilvinian  194 

Kilwinning    281 

Kinaldie  Station 117 

Kinbrace  Station 1343 

Kinbuck  Station 1066 

Kincaldrum  772 

Kincardine  (Fife) 598 

Kincardine   (Inverness)     827 

Kincardine  (Perth) 1078 

Kincardine  (Ross)  1221 

Kincardine-on-Forth  ...     598 

Kincardine  O'Neil   132 

Kinclaven 1078 

Kincraig  Station 827 

Kindallachan    1068 

Kinellar 133 

Kinfauns    1079 

King  Edward    133 

King's  Cross 370 

King's  Knot 1321 

Kings'  Sons  1213 

Kingairloch  166 

Kingarth    371 

Kingennie  Station   781 

Kinghorn  599 

Kinglassie     600 

Kingoldrum  773 

Kingsbarns  600 

Kingscavil 995" 

Kingseat    583 

Kingsford 301 

Kingshouse  Station 1048 

Kingskettle   596 

Kingsmuir  Station  763 

Kingston,   see  Glasgow 

Kingston  (Elgin) 556 

Kingston   (Haddington)  8ot 

Kingswell 142 

Kingussie 856 

Kininmonth 134 

Kininvie 320 

Kinkell  (Keith  Hall) 131 

Kinkell  Bridge 1116 

Kinloch 1081 

Kinloch  Laggan  858 

Kinloch  Rannoch io79 

Kinlochard    1054 

Kinlochbervie  1341 

Kinlochewe   1218 

Kinlochiel 829 

Kinlochluichart    1222 

Kinlochspelvie 194 

Kinloss  546 

Kinmuck  134 

Kinmnndy    136 

Kinnaird    1079 

Kinnaird  Head 119 

Kinneff 877 

Kinneil  991 

Kinnell  773 

Kinnesswood    889 

Kinnettles 773 

Kinning  Park,  see  Glas- 
gow Section 

Kinnoir 126 

Kinnord     104 

Kiimoull    i°79 

Kinross  886 

Kinrossie  1057 

Kintail   1222 

Kintillo 1063 

Kintore 134 

Kinture      183 

Kippen   1312 

Kippen  Station 1313 

Kippenross   1066 

Kippford    898 

Kirbister    1019 

Kirbuster 1022 

Kirdals 522 

Kirk  Brae 982 

Kirk  Liberton  519 

Kirk  Port  213 

Kir-Yetholm 1258 

Kirkbean  903 

Kirkbuddo  Station 772 

Kirkcaldy 6co 

Kirkcolm   1350 

Kirkconnel    480 

Kirkcowan    1350 

Kirkcudbright 903 

Kirkden 774 

Kirkfield  Bank      959 

Kirkforthar  Feus     626 

Kirkgunzeon 906 

Kirkhill  (Berwick)  364 

Kirkhill  (Edinburgh)  ...  306 

Kirkhill  (Inverness)    ...  857 

Kirkhill  (Kincardine)  ...  879 

Kirkhill  Coats  (Lanark)  931 

Kirkhope   1266 

Kirkibost — Isle  of    821 

Kirkinner 1351 

Kirkintilloch 434 

Kirkland    243 

Kirkliston 995 




Kirkmabreck    906 

Kirkmahoe    481 

Kirkmaiden 1351 

Kirkmicbael  (Ayr)  283 

Kirkmicbael  (Banff)  ...  327 
Kirkmichael  (Dumfries)  481 
Kirkmicbael  (Perth)  ...  1080 
Kirkmichael(Ross-shire)  1227 

Kirkrmiirbill 965 

Kirknewton  517 

Kirkoswald   284 

Kirkpatrick  Station  ...  478 
Kirkpatrick-Durham  ...  906 
Kirkpatrick-F'leming  ...  482 
Kirkpatrick-Irongray ...     906 

Kirkpatrick-Juxta   482 

Kirkton  (Dumfries) 481 

Kirkton  (Fife)  567 

Kirkton  (Forfar) 774 

Kirkton  (Inverness)  ...  858 
Kirkton  (Roxburgh)   ...  1237 

Kirkton  of  Largo 619 

Kirktown  (Aberdeen)...     144 

Kirktown  (Banff)     325 

Kirkurd 1028 

Kirkwall    1015 



page!  page 

Langshaw 1253  Liberton — Over,  Kirk  & 

Langton 363      Nether   519 

Langwell — West  1334  Liberty 591 

Lanrig 1002  Liddesdale  ■  1237 

Lanton  1246  Lieurary   384 

Laoghal 1344  Liff 777 

Larachan  1339  Lilliard's  Edge 1251 

Larbert 1313 

Larbrax     1352 

Largie    128 

Largo— Upper  &  Lower    619 

Largoward    620 

Largs      284 

Largue  117 

Larkhall 963 

Lassodie    568 

Lasswade  51 

Latberon  382 

Latheronwheel     385 

Lauder  363 

Laurencekirk    877 

Laurieston,  see  Glasgow 

Laurieston       (Kirkcud- 
bright)            894 

Laurieston  (Stirling)  ...  1296 

173  Lauriston  Station    876 

774  Law    964 

Kirtlebridge 488  Lawers  1075 

Kishorn 1225  Lawston     1237 

Knap 190  Laxay 817 

Knapdale — North  &  Sth     190  Laxdale 

Knaven 112  Laxfirth 1276 

Knock  (Hebrides)    818  Leachkim  837 

Knock  (Wigtown)    1349  Leadburn  Station 1030 

Knock-Farrel    1228  Leadhills  965 

Knock-Navie 1228  Leavenseat    506 

Knockando    552  Lecropt 10 

Knockbain    (Inverness)  358  Ledaig 166 

Knockbain  (Ross)    1223  Legerwood    364 

Knockbreag  185  Leith,    see    Edinburgh 

Knockbreck 860      Section 

Knockcboilum 829  Leitholm   359 

Knockiandui 817  Lemreway     817 

Knojklea   154  Lendalfoot     237 

Knockrome  185  Lennoxtown 1313 

Knoxland  421  Lenthenty  Station  129 

Knoydart  833  Lentran „ 858 

Kuittle  8 10  Lenny  Pass  1054 

Kyle   1223  Lenzie    436 

Kyle  Akin 864  Lenzie  Junction  435 

Kyle  Skeu     1341  Leocbel  Cusbnie  135 

Kyle  Stockinish    816  Lera-ness  1273 

Kylerhea    863  Lerwick I273 

Kyles  Hill 296  Leslie  (Aberdeen)    135 

Kyles  of  Bute    181  [Leslie  (Fife) 620 

Kyles  Scalpay  S^Lesmahagow    965 

Lady  (Orkney  Isles)    ...  ioigLesmoir i_ 

Lady  Loan    652  Lessudden    1256 

Lady's  Bridge  Station...     333 

Ladybank 61 

Ladykirk  363 

Ladyland  258 

Lag  Point     1349 

Lagavulin 1 

Lagg 185 


Laide 1226 

Laigh  Cartside 1163 

LaighFinnick  248 

Laird  0'  Cockpen 507 

Lairg 1343 

Lakehead  450 

Lamancha 1030 

Lamberton    365 

Lambholm  Island    1015 


Lamlash     369 

Lanark  959 

Lanark — New  963 

Land's  End  869 

Lanergill   389 

Langa  Island    1278 

Langbank 1167 

Langhaughwalls  1245 

Langholm 478 

Langloan  941 

Leswalt 1352 

Letham  (Fife)  627 

Letham  (Forfar) 776 

Lethan  Hill  242 

Letben  1005 

Letbendy  1081 

Letbenty  Station 129 

Lethnot  &  Navar 777 

Letterfearn  1219 

Lettermore  167 

Leuchars  620 

Leven .....     622 

Leven — Inner 568 

Levengrove  Park 421 

Levenhall 521 

Levenside 438 

Levenwick 1273 

Levera — Isle  of    821 

Levern  1168 

Lewis — Isle  of 816 

Lewiston   865 

Leys  (The)    834 

Leysmill    777 

Lbanbryd 555 

Liberton,  see  Edinburgh 

Liberton    967 

Lilliesleaf  1251 

Limekilns 624 

Limerigg  13*9 

Liudean  Station  1262 

Lindores    563 

Linga  Island 1278 

Linhead 312 

Links  Park    599 

Linkwood  555 

Linlithgow    996 

Linlithgow  Bridge  999 

Lintmill 319 

Linton    1251 

Linton — East    808 

Linton — West  1029 

Lintrathen    777 

Linwood    n68 

Lionel 817 

Lismore  Island 191 

Litel  Kingorne 570 

Little  Colonsay  Island...     194 

Little  Dalton 451 

Little  Denovan I295 

Little  Dunkeld 1069 

Little  Mill 432 

Livingstone  999 

Livister 1277 

Loanhead  520 

Loaning  Foot    903 

Loans 303 

Lochs  (Principal)  : — 

Achilty 12: 

Achray  1035 

Alsh    1223 

anDorb     535 

Anchall 1224 

Andail    182 

Ard 1041 

Assynt    I336 

Auchenreoch 906 

Awe    178 

Baldowie    1285 

Beauly    827 

Bishop'sloch 138 

Black  loch I319 

Bracadale 860 

Breachaeha  172 

Broom  (Perth) 1085 

Broom  (Ross)  1224 

Brora 1338 

Brotachan 109 

Buie    194 

Callater 109 

Cama I336 

Camillaloeh 567 

Cannor  10 

Carlinwark    903 

Carron  1223 

Castle  loch    x354 

Choire    J34i 

Chon 1041 

Clunie    1057 

Coalisport 190 

Coldingham 353 

Corrylair  1225 

Coruisk 859 

Coulin   1225 

Craignish  173 

Damph  1211 

Derry 1344 

Doine J047 

Dochart 1035 

Doon  242 

Doune    io47 

Duddingston 514 

Duich 1219 

Dunvegan 859 

Earn  1047 

Eck 173 

Eil  854 


Eishart  859 

Eport     821 

Eright    io35 

Emboli 1341 

Etive 195 

Ewe    1226 

Eye    1216 

Fad 374 

F'eochan 189 

Fingask 1081 

Finlaggan 182 

Fitty  568 

Follart   860 

Frisa  194 

Fyne  179 

Garbetbeg     1336 

Gare  440 

Garry 1049 

Gartmore  397 

Gbruinnard  182 

Gilp    190 

Glass 1221 

Glencoul    1341 

Glendhn 1341 

Goil    193 

Griam    *343 

Guirm    182 

Helen's  383 

Hempriggs    391 

Ho'y  173 

Hope  loch 1336 

Hourn 833 

Katrine  io54 

Ken 902 

Kilconquhar  loch 596 

Kinder    893 

Knockbreag 185 

Laggan  858 

Lanark  959 

Laoghal 1344 

Lary  1225 

Lebo  1170 

Leven 887 

Lewn r343 

Libe 1206 

Lindores    563 

Linlithgow 996 

Linnhe  166 

Linuke  191 

Lochabber 893 

Lochdoul  1225 

Lochend 893 

Lochfoot    907 

Lochmaben      (Castle 

loch)  484 

Lochy 855 

Lomond 1289 

Long  (Argyllshire)  ...     161 
Long      (Dumbarton- 

Long   (Renfrewshire) 



Lubnaig J047 

Lurgan 1224 

Lydoch 1072 

Maree 1226 

Marlee   1081 

Marlie    i°57 

Mary's  lake  203 

Meadie  1344 

Melfort  189 

Menteith    1112 

Merkland  1343 

Millloch   485 

Mocbrum 1354 

Monzievaird 1085 

More 1341 

Morlich 827 

Nan  Con    1225 

Na-Keal 194 

Naver 1341 

Ness   829 

Nevis 833 

Noran  Water    833 

Nun  Cninne  *343 

Nau  Kiiathuir  J343 





Ochiltree    13S6 

Oieh   855 

Ot.terston  581 

Primside    1258 

Rae 1081 

Rannoch    1072 

Rescobie    792 

Riden 189 

Roag  820 

Ronald  1350 

Ryan  233 

St.  John's 383 

St.  Mary's 1269 

Sandy 1273 

Scavaig 860 

Scridain 194 

Shiel  161 

Shin   1343 

Shurrery  386 

Skene     153 

Skene 489 

Skinaskink    1224 

Happin 859 

Sloy    414 

Snizort   859 

Spalvie  194 

Spynie   530 

Stack 1341 

Strathbeg  no 

Striven  181 

Sunart  166 

Swen 190 

Tarbert  (Jura) 185 

Tanna    367 

Tay 1035 

Torridon    1206 

Tuadb.    204 

Tummel    1049 

Tummel    mi 

Lrigall  1338 

Urr 477 

L'ssie 1216 

Yennacher 1054 

Voil 1047 

Watten 3! 

Westwater    10: 

Winnoch    1168 

West  Tarbert    186 

Yetholm 12.58 

Loch  Aline    193 

Loch  Awe 191 

Locli  Croistean 821 

Lock  Leven  Station 887 

Loch  Maree  1218 

Loch  Tay  Station 1076 

Lochaline 193 

Lochalsh    1223 

Lochanhead  Station 907 

Lochans x356 

Lccharbriggs    452 

Lochbay 860 

Lockboisdale 822 

Lochbroom   1224 

Lochcarron    1225 

Lochdouhead    194 

Lnchearnhead  ro47 

Lochee   682 

Lochee  Park 682 

Lochenbreck  Well    894 

Lochend 169 

L>»cheport 821 

Lochfauld 930 

Lochfoot    907 

Lochgair   189 

Lochgelly 624 

Lochgilphead    187 

Lochgoilhead    193 

Lochinver 1338 

Lochlee 777 

Loehluichart 1222 

Loohmaben  484 

Lochmaddy  821 

Lochmuich    109 

Lochnagar.. 109 

Lochnell    165 

Lochore 567 

L  chranza     370 


Lochrntton   907 

Lochs 817 

Lochwinnoeh 1168 

Lockerbie  486 

Logan's  Well    1170 

Logie  (Fife)  625 

Logie  (Stirling)    1315 

Logie  Buchan  135 

Logie-Coldstone  135 

Logie-Durno 108 

Logie-Easter 1225 

Logie  Pert 778 

Logie  Wester    1231 

Logie  Woods 535 

Logiealmond 1081 

Logierait   1082 

Logierieve 159 

Lomond  Hills  592 

Long  Island 813 

Longcastle    1351 

Longcroft  I293 

Longforgan  1082 

Longformacus 364 

Longhaughwalls  1245 

Longhaven    no 

Longhill 126 

Longhope 1023 

Longmanhill 328 

Longnewton 1236 

Longniddry    805 

Longridge 1002 

Longrigg  967 

Longriggend 967 

Longside    136 

Longstone 507 

Longyester    814 

Lonmay 137 


Lossiemouth 522 

Loth  1344 

Loth  Station 1344 

Loubcroy  1221 

Loudoun    287 

Louisburgh  389 

Low  Blautyre    926 

LowTorry 642 

Low  Waters 950 

Lower  Bathgate  Station    989 

Lower  Cabrach    318 

Lower  Largo 619 

Luce — New  135 

Luce — Old x353 

Lude 1049 

Lugar    287 

Luib  Station 1076 

Luing  Island    

Luirbost     817 

Lumphanan 137 

Lumphinans 567 

Lumsden  103 

Lunan    778 

Lunan  Bay  Station 778 

Lunanhead   763 

Luncarty  1113 

Lundie  778 

Lundin  Links  Station...     619 

Lundin  Mill  619 

Lunga — Isle  of 183 

Lunna   1276 

Lunnasting  1276 

Lurebost   817 

Luss  438 

Luthermuir 879 

Luthrie 576 

Lybster 385 

Lylesland  1171 

Lyne  (Aberdeen) 153 

Lyne  (Peebles) 10: 

Lynwilg     827 

Lyth  382 

Mac  Caskin  Island  188 

Macduff     328 

Machar — New  138 

Machar — Old    10 

Macbiehill  Station    1029 

Machany   1048 

Machrihanish    168 


Macmerry 805 

Madderty  10S3 

Maddiston     1316 

Maddy  Beg    821 

Maddy  Gruamuch  821 

Maddy  Mohr     821 

Magdalen  Green  682 

Maggieknockater 315 

Maiden  Stone — The    ...     107 

Maidens 285 

Mainlandlsland(  Orkney)  1020 
Mainland  Island  (Shet- 

'and)  1276 

Mains 779 

Mainsriddle  909 

Makerstoun  1251 

Malleny  Mills    510 

Malzie    13Sl 

Manish  816 

Manish  Harris 816 

Manor    1030 

Manuel  Station 1316 

Mar — Forest  of 109 

Marchmont  Station 365 

Markinch   625 

Marnoch    310 

Marrel    1342 

Mar's  Work  1320 

Martin  Isle 1224 

Marybank 1232 

Maryburgh  (Kinross)...     886 

Maryburgh  (Ross)  1217 

Maryculter   878 

MaryhiU,   see    Glasgow 

Marykirk  879 

Marypark 324 

Mary's  Well  175 

Maryston — West 969 

Maryton     780 

Marywell   651 

Mattocks    781 

Mauchline 288 

Maud 138 

Mavis  Bush  51" 

Mavisbank 948 

Mawcarse  Station 889 

Maxton  1251 

Maxwellton   1171 

Maxwelltown    452 

Maxwelton    958 

May — Isle  of 627 

Maybole 289 

Meadow  Mill 811 

Mealista  Uig 821 

Mearns  1169 

Meavag 816 

Megdale 498 

Megget  1269 

Meigle    1083 

Meikle  Dalton  451 

Meikle  Denovan    I295 

Meikle  Earnock  Station     951 

Meikle  Trochry 1069 

Meikle  Wartle  151 

Meiklefolla 123 

Meikleour  1083 

Meikleriggs   1171 

Meldrum — Old 139 

Mellon  Udigle  1226 

Melness *345 

Melrose 1252 

Melvaig 1218 

Memsie 150 

Menie     105 

Menmuir   780 

Mennock  Bridge  494 

Menstrie    407 

Menteith    1112 

Meoul 1358 

Mertoun    36s 

Methil    568 

Methliek    140 

Methven    1084 

Mey    382 

Mhorgay — Isle  of 1084 



Mickle  Roe    1270 

Mid  Calder   505 

Mid  Moile 1349 

Mid  Walls 1279 

Mid  Yell   1279 

Midclyth    385 

Middle  Ord    329 

Middlebie 488 

Middleton 889 

Midholm   1236 

Midlem 1236 

Midmar 140 

Migvie  135 

Miles  Mark  583 

Mill— Little 432 

Millarston 1171 

Millbrex    140 

Miller  Hill 525 

Millgay 1316 

Millhouse 187 

Millhouse  Bridge 448 

Millifiach  858 

Milliken  Park    1166 

Millisle  Station 1358 

Millknowe 168 

Millport     372 

Milltimber    144 

Milltimber  Station  144 

Milltown   85 

Milltown  of  Cusbnie  ...     13s 
Milltown  of  Monreith  ...  1349 

Milnathort 888 

Milngavie  438  &  1316 

Milntown  1220 

Milton  (Dumbarton)  ...     432 

Milton  (Forfar) 771 

Milton  (Inverness)  865 

Milton  (Stirling)  1291 

Milton  of  Balgonie    625 

Milton  Bridge  515 

Milton  of  Campsie   1291 

Miltonof  Cushnie 101 

Milton-Urr     911 

Miltown 625 

Minard  193 

Mingalay — Isle  of 815 

Minishant 289 

Minnigaff  908 

Mintlaw     136 

Minto 1254 

Mochrum  I3S4 

Moffat  (Dumfries)  489 

Moffat  (Lanark)  968 

Moffat  Well  489 

Moness  Falls 1040 

Moneydie  1084 

Monarch — Isle  of 821 

Moniaive    477 

Monibuie  894 

Monifieth   780 

Monikie 782 

Monimail  626 

Monitory  1007 

Monkland — New 967 

Monkland— Old    969 

Monkton    291 

Monkton  Hall   517 

Monquhitter 141 

Montgreenan 249 

Montrose  782 

Monymusk    141 

Monzie  1081 

Monzievaird 1085 

Moodiesburn 930 

Moonzie 627 

Morar    833 

Mordington 365 

Morebattle    1254 

Morham    808 

Morinish    194 

Morinsh 323 

Mormond  Station 153 

Morningside,   see  Edin- 
burgh Section 
Morningside  (Lanark)...     934 

Mortlach    320 

Morton  491 




Moss  Vale 





Mossend  Station  


Mosstowie  Station    



Mound— The    

Mount  Florida, see  Glas- 
gow Section 

Mount  Kedar    

Mount  Melville  Station 

Mount  Pleasant    

Mount  Vernon 

Mountains,     Hills     &e. 
(Principal) : — 

Agnach  Reag 



Andrewhinney  hill  ... 



Balcarres  Craig    

Balgay  hill     

lialgil'lo— Hill  of  

Ballageich  hill  

Beinn  a'  Chlachain  ... 

Beinn  an  Oir 

Bellis  craig    

Ben  Aan    

Ben  Achallader     

Ben  a  Choin 

Ben  a'  Chaolais    


Ben  Alder 

Ben  Alligin    

Ben  Alton 

Ben  Arthur  

Ben  Bhraggle    

Ben  Breach  

Ben  Buy    

Ben  Chaiteag    

Ben  Chalhair    

Ben  Choire   

Ben  Chonzie 

Ben  Clach 

Ben  Cleuch   

Ben  Creachan  

Ben  Cruachan  

Ben  Dearg 

Ben  Deargmor 


Ben  Dobhrain  

Ben  Doirean 


Ben  Eiblaun 

Ben  Eich  

Ben  Fhionlaidh    

Ben  Griam  Mhor 

Ben  Hee 

Ben  Hope 



Ben  Inne  

Ben  Laoigh   

Ben  Lawers 

Ben  Ledi    

Ben  Lomond 

Ben  Macdhui    

Ben  Meadhoin 

Ben  Mere 


Ben  More  (Argyll)  ... 

Ben  More  (Hebrides) 

Ben  More  (Perth)    ... 

Ben  More  (Ross) 

BenMore(  Sutherland ) 

Ben  Nevis 

Ben  Pharlagani    

Ben  Ratha 

Ben  Reoch    

Ben  ResipoJ 

Ben  Rinnes   












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Ben  Sclioch  

Ben  Serial 

Ben  Soulcaird  

Ben  Spronnu     

Ben  Starao   


Ben  Udlaman  

Ken  Uird  

Ben  Vane     

Ben  Vennoch    

Ben  Venue 

Ben  Vorlich 

Ben  Vraeky  

Ben  Wyvis 









Bin  hills 

Bin  mountain  

Birley  hill 

Birnam  hill  

Black  Craig  

Black  Knowe 

Black  Larg   

Black  Law 

Blackhouse  heights  ... 

Blackwood  hill 

Bleak  hill  

Blegbie  hill    

Bodesbeck  Law    

Bonchester  hill 

Brockloch  Fell 

Buck  of  Cabrach 

Bnckholm  hill  


Cachullin  hills 

Cair  Kennow    

Caird's  hill    



Caldcleugh  Head 

Calden  hill     

Campsie  hills    



Carberry  hill    

Carlope  hill  

CaruDearg(  Inverness) 
Cam  Dearg  (Perth)... 

Cam  Mairg  

Carriage  hill 

Carter  hill 

Castle  hill 

Cat  Craig  hill   

Catlaw  hill    

Cauldcleugh  Head   ... 

Ceanna  Mhaim 

Chill  hill    

Chesabhal  hill  

Clach  Ije-athael 



Cnoc  Cromailt 

Cnoc  Nau  Gall 


Compass  hill 200  I 


Cooms  Fell    

Corberry  hill 

Corstorphine  hills    ... 

Coulter  Fell  

Craig  Phadric  

Craiglockart  hill  

Craik  Cross  hill    

Creag  Meaghaiah 

Creag  Mhor  


Cruinn  a  Bheinn 

Cuchullin  hills 

Cuff  hill 

Danskeig  hill  









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Deer  Law 

Derrington  Laws 

Dickmontlaw  hill 

Din  Fell 

Doon— The    

Doon  of  Tynron  

Druim  Cosaidh    

Drummuckloch  Boech 

Dumbarrow  hill  


Dundonnell  hills 

Dunearn  hills   

Dun-i-Deer  hill 

Dunipace — Hills  of ... 

Dunmore  hill    


Dunnichen  hills    

Duns  Law 

Dunsinane  hill 

Ealach  Begg 

Earl's  hill 

Earl's  Seat    

Eildon  hills   


Fare  hill    

Finhaven  hill    


Fort  hill 

Gallows  hill  

Gargunnock  hill 

Gartly  hills  

Gillies  hill 

Glen  hill    


Glenquhargen  Craig.. 



Hally  hill  

Hareshaw  hill  

Hart  hill    




Herman  Law    

Hill  of  Fare  

Hill  of  Stake 


Janet's  Brae 

Kaimes  hill    

Kellie  Law    



Kincraig  hill 

Kinellar  hills    

Kinnoull  hill 

Kinrieve  hill 

Kirrieveoch  hill    

Knock — The 



Kvles  hill 

Lady  hill   

Laird's  Seat— The  ... 

Lammer  Law  


Larg  hill    

Largo  Law    

Law  hill    

Lees  hill    

Little  Says  Law  


Logan  House  hill 

Lomond  hills    



McLeods'  Maidens  ... 

McLeods'  Tables 

Mael  Mor  

Maiden  Paps 

Marn  Soul 

Meall  Ghaordie 


Meigle  hill 

Mid  Moile 

Millenwood  Fells 

Minc-h  Moor 



Minto  hills 1233 

Misty  Law 205 

Moredun  hill 1065 

Morven 382 

Mount  Battock 866 

Mount  Blair 1043 

Mount  hill 626 

Muckle  Knees 1261 

Muirfoot  hills   516 

Netherton  hill  946 

Newton  hill  875 

Nigg — Hill  of    1226 

Ninecairn  Edge    8o3 

North  Berwick  Law...     798 

Noth  hill    151 

Ochil  hills 582 

Oldtown  hills    143 

Olrighill    383 

Paps  of  Jura 161 

Pentland  hills  505 

Phawhope  Penn  442 

Ptarmigan    1290 

Queensberry 482 

Quhytewoollen  hill ...     486 

Quiraing  hills  859 

Rattray  Head  no 

Roan  Fell  1237 

Roseneath 411 

Row   411 

Rubers  Law  hill  1244 

Scaraben    382 

Schehallion    1064 

Scolty  bill 866 

Scour  Na  Vertach    ...  1225 

Scour  Ruddh    1232 

Scour  Vuillin    1232 

Sea-mab    1086 

Shalloch  of    Miunoch    205 

Sheriff  Muir 1066 

Sithean  Mor 1338 

South  Piatt  hill    527 

Soutrahill S04 

Soval  More   1341 

Spittal  hill 525 

StobBen   855 

Slob  Gabhar 161 

Stoba  Chon  1054 

Stobian  1047 

Stock  hill  1255 

Strathfanella    866 

Stride  hill 1216 

Strone  hill 438 

Suliven 1338 

Temple  hill  303 

Terlundie  hill   150 

The  Wiss  1269 

Three  Paps   1S5 

Tinnis  hill 1237 

Tinto 98E 

Tomnahurich  hill 834 

Torridou    1225 

Traprain  Law 810 

TudhopeFell    123^ 

Tullich  411 

Turin  hill  649 

Tyre-Beggar  hills    ...     115 

Ward  Law    1261 

Wind  Fell 1261 

Windburgh  hill    1244 

Wisp  hill    125S 

Witch  hill 633 

Witches' Know 365 

592  Mountain  Cross    1030 

442 !  Mountbenger   1269 

4ii|Mou6wald 492 

860'Mowhaugh   1254 

860  Moy  (Inverness)  85S 

Moy  with  Dyke 535 

Moyness    1005 

Muasdale  18S 

Muchalls    873 

Muck — Isle  of   200  &  864 

Muckairn  165 

Muckart    10S6 

Muckle  Cross    536 

Muckersie  Linn    1072 

Muckle  Flugga  Island...  127S 






































1 166 










Muckle  Roe  Island  1272 

Muir  of  Ord 1232 

Muiraronside   1316 

Muirdrum 792 

Muiredge  642 

Muirhead  (Forfar)  777 

Muirhead  (Lanark) 930 

Muirhouses  991 

Muirkirk  293 

Muirland  438 

Muirs  of  Fyvie 123 

Muirtack  123 

Mulben 315 

Mulbuie 1232 

Mulindry  183 

Mull— Isleof 194 

Mull  of  Kintyre    200 

Munlochy  1223 

Murkle  383 

Murrayfield,   see   Edin- 
burgh Section 

Murroes 791 

Murthly 1069 

Murtle    144 

Musselburgh    520 

Musselburgh  Links 520 

Muthill  1086 

Mylnefield 777 

Nairn 1006 

Nairnside  830 

Navar 777 

Navidale    1343 

Neilston 1170 

Nenthorn  365 

Neptune's  Staircase    ...  829 

Ness   817 

Nesting 1276 

Nether  Kilrenny  597 

Nether  Liberton  519 

Nether  Lorn 185 

Nether  Mill  481 

Nether  Polmont  1317 

Netherburn  947 

Nethercleugh  Station  ...  448 

Netherdale    310 

Netherley 873 

Netherton  (Dumbarton)  433 

Netherton  (Forfar) 649 

Nethy  Bridge    827 

Nevay    761 

New  Abbey  893 

New  Aberdour 101 

New  Bridge 910 

New  Bytn 107 

New  Castleton I327 

New  Craig  Hall    517 

New  Cumnock 240 

New  Deer 112 

New  Duffus  523 

New  Elgin    537 

New  Galloway 901 

New  Galloway  Station...  902 

New  Hailes  Station 517 

New  Keith 325 

New  Kilpatrick    433 

New  Kilpatrick  Village  433 

New  Kirk 135 

New  Lanark 963 

New  Leeds    134 

New  Luce 1352 

New  Machar 138 

New  Mill-on-Teviot 1239 

New  Mills 642 

New  Monkland 967 

New   Park  Station,  see 
Edinburgh  Section 

New  Pitsligo 150 

New  Prestwick    291 

New  Rattray 1112 

New  Sauchie 407 

Naw  Spynie  556 

New  Stevenston  957 

New  Town  of  Beltrees...  1168 

Newark 1201 

Newarthill 974 

Newbattle 524 

Newbigging  (Forfar)  ...     782 


Newbigging  (Lanark)...     938 

Newbridge    995 

Newburgh  (Aberdeen)        118 

Newburgh  (Fife) 628 

Newburn  629 

Newhaven,     see     Edin- 
burgh Section 

Newhills 142 

Newhouse 975 

Newington,    see     Edin- 
burgh Section 

Newlandrigg 504 

Newlands  1030 

Newlands  (Renfrew)   ...  n 24 

Newlands  of  Clyth  385 

Newmains 974 

Newmill 325 

Newmilns  292 

Newmore  1228 

Newpark  Station 505 

Newport    629 

Newseat  Station  145 

Newstead  1252 

Newton  (Argyll)  183 

Newton  (Ayr)   214 

Newton  (Edinburgh)  ...     525 

Newton  (Lanark) 975 

Newton  (Linlithgow)  ...     988 

Newton  Colliery   931 

Newton  of  Falkland 592 

Newton  of  Ferintosh   ...  1232 

Newton  Ferry  821 

Newton  Grange    524 

Newton  Hill  Station  ...  873 
NewtonMearns(  Renfrew)  1 1 69 

Newton  of  Panbride 792 

Newton  Stewart  1354 

Newtonhead 216 

Newtonloan  507 

Newtonmore 857 

Newtown  (Argyll)    180 

Newtown  (Forfar)  774 

Newtown  (Linlithgow)  991 
New  Town  of  Beltrees'...  1 168 
Newtown  of  Campsie  ...  1314 
Newtown  St.  Boswells...  1255 

Newtyle 792 

Niddrie  517 

Niddry  995 

Nigg  (Kincardine)   

Nigg  (Ross  &  Cromarty)  1226 

Nigg  Station 1226 

Nine-Mile-Bar  526 

Nine  Mile  Burn    526 

Ninecairn  Edge    808 

Nisbet    1238 

Nithsdale  442 

Nitshill  1168 

Noblehouse    1030 

Norham 363 

Norman's  Law 558 

Norriston  1087 

North  Ballachulish 855 

North  Berwick 798 

North  Broomage 1313 

North  Burgh    763 

North  Bute   371 

North  Kessock 1223 

North  Knapdale  190 

North  Marine  1276 

North  Queensferry 594 

North  Roe 1277 

North  Konaldshaylsland  1019 

North  Soutor    1213 

North  Tolsta 818 

North  Uist — Isle  of 821 

North  Water  Bridge    ...     778 

North  Yell 1279 

Northgate  Station    1031 

Noss  Head 319 

Noss — Isleof 1272 

Noup  of  Noss 1272 

Novar  Station  1221 

Nungate    805 

Oa 182 

Oak  Bank  505 

Oakfield 568 


Oakley   573 

Oathlaw 792 

Oban  194 

Obbe 816 

Ochil  558 

Ochiltree   294 

O'Great  Stone 247 

Old  Aberdeen    10 

Old  Bridge  of  Urr    906 

Old  Cumnock  236 

Old  Dailly 241 

Old  Deer    112 

Old  Keith 325 

Old  Kilpatrick 432 

Old  Kirk  of  Tough  156 

Old  Luce   1353 

Old  Machar  

Old  Man    1015 

Old  Man  of  Wick 389 

Old  Meldrum   139 

Old  Monkland  969 

Old  Rattray 1112 

OldRayne 151 

OldSauehie  407 

Old  Scone 1115 

Old  Steeple    681 

Old  Town 132 

Oldany  Island  1338 

Oldcastle  154 


Oldwhat 112 

Ollaberry  1277 

Olnarirth    1272 

Olrig 382 

Omoa 940 

Onich 855 

Opinan 1218 

Ord 329 

Ord— East,     Middle    & 

West  329 

Ord  of  Caithness  385 

Ordhead 108 

Ordiquhill 330 

Orkney  Isles 1013 

Ormidale  189 

Ormiston  809 

Ormsary  190 

Ornsay — Isle  of    863 

Oronsay — Isle  of(Argyle)   172 

Orphir    1019 

Orton 554 

Orton  Station  554 


Ossian's  Hall    1068 

Otter  Ferry  187 

Out  Skerries  Island 1276 

Ovenstone 572 

Over  Liberton 519 

Overtown  975 

Oxna 1278 

Oxnam  1255 

Oxton 352 

Oykell    1221 

Oyne 143 

Pabbay — Isle  of  815 

Padanarn  774 

Paible    821 

Paisley  1171 

Palnackie  895 

Palnure 908 

Panbride   792 

Pannanieh  Wells 125 

Papa  Island  I274 

Papa  Stour  Island  1279 

Papa  Stronsay  Island...  1023 

Papa  Westray  Island  ...  1024 

Paps  185 

Parish — South 1019 

Park  Station 115 

Parkfoot    I293 

Parkgate  481 

Parkhead,  see  Glasgow 


Parkhill 1225 

Parkhill  Station  138 

Parkmore 320 

Parth-head(Edinburgh)  525 


Partick,     see    Glasgow 


Parton  908 

Pass    of  Cruachan     or 

Brander 165 

Pass  of  Glen  Ogle    1047 

Pass  of  Killiecrankie  ...  mi 

Pass  of  Leny    1054 

Path  of  Condie 1072 

Pathhead  (Edinburgh)  510 

Path-head  (Fife)  600 

Pathstruie 1072 

Patna 294 

Patres  Mill    1029 

Paxton  362 

Peacock  Cross  950 

Peaton  438 

Peddleston    1213 

Peden's  View    483 

Peden'sWell 483 

Peebles  1030 

Pencaitland  810 

Penicuik    525 

Penifiller   861 

Pennan  101 

Penningham J356- 

Penninver 169 

Pennyghael  194 

Penpcnt 492 

Penrioch    369 

Penston 805. 

Pentland  Frith 382 

Pentland  Skerrieslsland  1019 

Persie 1087 

Perth 1087 

Peterculter    143 

Peterhead 144 

Pettinain  975 

Petty 858 

Petty-Cur 599 

Pharay  Island 1023 

Pharey  Island 1023 

Philiphaugh 1266 

Philorth  Station 119 

Philpstoun    988 

Pierowall  1024 

Pilrig,    see    Edinburgh 

Pinmore  Station 251 

Pinwherry  Station  236 

Pirnmill 370 

Pitcairn  Green 1113 

Pitcaple 108 

Pithill     152 

Pitkeathly  Wells  1065 

Pitkenney 649 

Pitlessie 577 

Pitlochry  mi 

Pitmedden    115 

Pitmedden    159 

Pitmudie  777 

Pitrodie 1071 

Pitscottie  595; 

Pitsligo 152 

Pitsligo — New  150 

Pittagowan   1049 

Pittenweem  632 

Pittulie 152- 

Pladda — Isleof    369 

Pladdu — Island  of  369 

Plaidy  Station 157 

Plains 967 

Planasker 817 

Piatt  Hill— South 527 

Plean — East  &  West   ...  1317 

Pleasants 1246 

Plewlands,    see     Edin- 
burgh Section 

Plockton    1223 

Pluddalsland  185 

Pluscarden    537 

Poldrate    806 

Poles — The   1340 

Polharrow 902 

Polkemmet   989 

Polio  iaee 





Pollokshaws,    see  Glas 

gow  Section 
Pollokshields,  see  Glas^ 
gow  Section 

Polmont 1317 

Polmont — Nether    1317 

Polmont  Station  1317 

Polton    518 

Polwarth  365 

Pomathorn  Station 518 

Pomona  Island 1010 

Ponfeigh  Station 937 

P03I    1086 

Poolewe 1226 

Port  Appin    165 

Port  Askaig 182 

Port  Bannatyne    371 

Port  Charlotte 182 

Port  Dundas,  see  Glas- 
gow Section 

Port  Edgar   999 

Port  Ellen 182 

Port  Elphinstone 134 

Port  Erroll    no 

Port  Glasgow  1201 

Port  Gordon 330 

Port      Hopetoun,      see 
Edinburgh  Section 

PortLethen 870 

Port  Logan   1351 

Port  of  Menteith 1112 

Port  of  Monteith  Station  1313 

Port  of  Ness 817 

Port  Ramsay 191 

Port  Seton 801 

Port  Sonachan 178 

Port  Tannachy 330 

Port  William 1357 

Porten  Cross 260 

Portessie   330 

Portgower 1344 

Portknockie 330 

Portleich   1220 

Portlethen 870 

Portmahomack    1226 

Portmary 185 

Portmoak 889 

Portnacroich 165 

Part-na-Currach 181 

Portnaguran 818 

Portnahaven i~ 

Portibello,     see    Edin- 
burgh section 

Portpatrick  1356 

Portree 859 

Portsoy 330 

Pot- The  no 

Potterhill  Station 1175 

Potterton  105 

Powfoot 451 

Powmill 886 

Powrie   79 

Poyntzfield    1227 

Premnay   150 

Preshome 322 

Prestevicke   291 

Preston  (Berwick)   351 

Pre, ton  (Edinburgh)  ...     509 
Preston  (Haddington)...     810 

Preston  Mill 903 

Prestonkirk  S08 

Prestonpans  808 

Prestwick  291 

Priest  Isle 1224 

Priestlaw  791 

Prinlaws  Station 620 

Ptarmigan    1290 

Pulteneytown  391 

Pumpherston   505 

Quarff    1274 

Qutirrelton    1171 

Quarter     975 

Quarter — West    949 

Queen  Mary's  Bower  ...  1112 

Queen's  Seat  (The) 1126 

Queeusferry 999 


Queensferry— North    ...     594 

Quendale  1273 

Quinag  1338 

Quivals 1013 

Quothquan    967 

Quoyburray 1020 

Quoyloo 1021 

Raasay  —  Island         of 

(Inverness)   861 

Raasay  —  Island        of 

(Orkneys) 1010 

Rachan  Mill  1027 

Racks  Station   496 

Rackwick  1015 

Radernie    572 

Radnor  Park 417 

Raecleaughead 363 

Rafford  554 

Rahane  439 

Raigbeg      859 

Ramseycleugh 1261 

Ranfurly    1165 

Rannoch  Station  I073 

Rarichie 1226 

Rathen  150 

Rathillet    597 

Ratho 527 

Rathven 332 

Ratter    383 

Rattray— Old  &  New  ...   1112 

Rattray  Head  no 

Ravenscraig  Station 1163 

Ravenstone   J349 

Ravenstruther 939 

Rawyards 919 

Rayne    151 

Reawick 1277 

Reay  385 

Red  Lion   910 

Redcastle  Station 1220 

Redding 1317 

Redding  Muirhead  1317 

Redford 674 

Redford  Green 1266 

Redgorton 1 113 

Redhouse 413 

Redmyre    869 

Redpath 358 

Relngas 535 

Rendall  1013 

Renfrew 1204 

Renton  (Berwick)    353 

Renton  (Dumbarton)  ...     438 

Reraig    1223 

Rerrick  909 

Rescobie    792 

Resolis   1227 

Restalrig,      see     Edin- 
burgh Section 

Restennet  Priory 762 

Reston   362 

Reston  Station 353 

Rhearquhar 1341 

Rhilochan 1344 

Rhonehouse  903 

Rhudunan 860 


Roebank    233 

Rogart    1344 

Romain  Remains  :  — 

Ancrum      1236 

Antonine's    Wall    (or 
Grimm's  Dyke)    ...     410 

Anwoth  893 

Auchinblae    869 

Ayr 213 

Birrens  488 

Borrowstounness 991 

Bowden 1236 

Braco 1053 

Burghead  533 

Carmunnock 938 

Carstairs    939 

Comrie  1038 

Coupar-Angus  !059 

Cramond  509 

Creich    576 

Crieff 1060 

Crossmichael     899 

Dalrymple 245 

Dornock 45: 

Fogo  360 

Fortingall 1072 

Girthon 90: 

Kirkintilloch 434 

Kirkmichael 481 

Manor    1030 

Meigle    1083 

Meikleour 1084 

Middlebie 488 

Morton  491 

Musselburgh S2° 

Paisley  1171 

Penpont     492 

Stoneylrirk    1358 

Straiton 302 

Strathaven    977 

West  Calder 506 

Roman  Well 533 

Romanno  Bridge 1030 

Rona— Isle  of   861 

Ronaldshay — North      & 

South 1019 

Ronay — Isle  of 821 

Ronheads  (Peterhead)...     144 

Rora   136 

Rose  Finnick 248 

Rosehall 1339 

Rosehearty    152 

Rosehearty  Point 152 

Roseisle 533 

Rosemarkie  1227 

Rosemount    1050 

Roseneath 439 

Rosewell     527 

Roslin     527 

Ross    352 

Ross  Island    893 

Rossie  Island    677 

Rossinish  Point    822 

Rosskeen    1228 

Rosslyn  Castle  Station...     527 
Rosslynlee  Station   518- 

Rhunahorine 188  Rosyth    594 

Rhynd    11 14  Rothes    554 

Rhynie  &  Essie 151  Rothesay    373 

Riccarton  295 !  Rothiemay 332 

Riccarton  Junction i237jRothiemnrchus     830 

Rickarton 88o|Rothienorman  123 

Rigg  478R«thney      150 

Righi  Ismna 188'Roucan  496 

Rigside  948  Roughrigg 967 

Ringford    9 

Roadside   1071 

Roberton  (Lanark) 

Roughtree 907 

RoundyhiH 775 

Rousay  Island  10: 

Roberton  (Roxburgh)...   i2S5lRoutingburn      243 

Robroyston    930JR0W    440 

Rockingstone 233  Rowallan    261 

Rockhffe    898|Rowanburn    450 

Rockside    i83|Rowantree 233 

Rodel 816  Rowardennan   1290 

Rodel  Point  816  Roxburgh 1256 

Roe 1272  Roy  Bridge    855 

Roe — North  1277'Ruaig     203 


Rum — Isle  of 200  &  864 

Rumbling  Bridge 1068 

Rumbling  Bridge     1086 

Ruskie    1112 

Rutherford  Station 1252 

Rutherglen,  see  Glasgow 

Ruthven  (Aberdeen)     ...     107 

Ru'hveu  (Forfar) 793 

Kuthvenfield     1116 

Ruthwell    493 

Saddell    T99 

Saddle— The 833 

Saint  Abbs    353 

Saint  Andrews  (Fife)  ...  633 
Saint  Andrews(Orkneys)  1020 
Saint    Andrews    Lhan- 

nryde 555 

Saint  Bernard's  Well,  see 
Edinburgh  Section 

Saint  Boswells  1256 

Saint  Boswells  Station...  1255 

Saint  Catherine's 201 

Saint  Combs 137 

Saint  Cyrus  880 

Saint  David's  (Fife) 53r 

Saint  David's  (Perth)  ...   1083 

Saint  Ercban's  Well 132 

Saint  Fergus 153 

Saint  Fillans 1058 

Saint  Helena  Island J353 

Saint  John's 900 

Saint  Kilda — Isle  of 816 

Saint  Leonards '633 

Saint  Madoes    1114 

Saint  Margaret's  Hope...  594 
Saint   Margaret's    Hope  10 19 

Saint  Martins   1114 

Saint  Mary's 1013 

Saint  Mary's  Holm 1015 

Saint  Matthew's  Well ...     528 

Saint  Monance 638 

Saint  Mungo      493 

Saint  Mungo's  Hill  126 

Saint  Ninians    1318 

Saint  Ola   1015 

Saint  Quivox 214 

Saint  Ronan's  Well 1027 

SaintSairs in 

Saint  Serf's  Well 403 

Saint  Vigeans    651 

Salen  166 

Saline     633 

Sallochy-Buchanan 1290 

Sallysburgh  975 

Salsburg    975 

Saltburn    1223 

Saltcoats    295 

Salton— East  &  West  ...     811 

Saltpans     168 

Samphray  Island 1270 

Samson's  Lane   (Stron- 

say) 1023 

Samuelston  805 

Sand  (Ross)  1218 

Sand  (Shetland  Isles) ...  1277 

Sanda  Island 200 

Sanday  Island  1013 

Sandbank 199 

Sandend     331 

Sanderay — Isle  of   815 

Sandford    977 

Sandhaven    152 

Sandhead 1358 

Sandilands    937 

Sandness  I279 

Sandsound    1277 

Sandsting 1277 

Sand  nick  (Orkney) 1020 

Sandwick  (Shetland)  ...  1278 

Sandwick  Hill  818 

Sandwick — West 1279 

Sandy — Isle  of 200  &  864 

Sandyholm    446 

Sandymount,  see  Glas- 
gow Section 
Sandystones 1236 

INDEX     TO    SCO  .'LAND. 



Sanquhar  483 

Sarclet  390 

Sarkfoot 478 

Sauchen 10S 

Sauchie — New  &  Old  ...     407 

Saughtrae 1237 

Savoch   153 

Scalasaig   172 

Scalloway 1278 

Scalpay — Isle  of  816 

Scaniport  S30 

Scapa 1017 

Scarba — Isle  of 185 

Scares — The 1357 

Scarfskerry  383 

Scarinish  203 

Scarp — Isle  of 816 

Scarvating    1013 

Scat  well 1213 

Schiehallion 1064 

Scone     1115 

Sconser 861 

Scoonie  639 

Scores — The 633 

Scorraig 1224 

Scotlanclwell      889 

Scotsburn 1225 

Scotscalder  Station  383 

Scotsway — Isle  of    816 

Scourie  1341 

Scousburgh  1273 

Scouser 859 

Scrabster  386 

Scremerston     336 

Sculpay — Isle  of  863 

Seafield 330 

Seamill  260 

Seggan  Bank     254 

Seggie    889 

Seil  Island 185 

Selkirk  1266 

Ssllibister 1013 

Servanus'  Well 403 

Shambellie  Woods   893 

Shandon 440 

Shandwick    1226 

Shankend  Station 1237 

Shannas 113 

Shapinsay  Island 1021 

Shawbost  816 

Shawhead 907 

Shawsburn    947 

Shebster 386 

Shedden  Park  1248 

Sheddens  1124 

Shedog  369 

Shetland  Isles  1270 

Shettleston,  see  Glasgow 


Sheuchan  1359 

Sheurary  383 

Shian 1065 

Shiant  Island    817 

Shiel  i2ig 

Shieldaig   1211 

Shieldhill  (Dumfries) ...    496 

Shieldhill  (Stirling) 1319 

Shieldmuir   971 

Shinness    1343 

Shiskine 370 

Shotts    973 

Shunalsland 165 

Shuna  Island    185 

Sibbaldbie 448 

Sighthill,    see    Glasgow 


Sillyearn    323 

Simprim    366 

Sinclairston  294 

Sinclairtown      600 

Sinnahard 135 

Skatero 873 

Skeabost  Bridge  863 

Skeld 1277 

Skelfhill I258 

Skelmorlie 298 

Skene 153 


Skerries  Islands  1276 

Skerrols 183 

Skerryvore    203 

Skervmle  Island  185 

Skigersta  817 

Skipnryve  496 

Skipness    199 

Skirling 1033 

Skye — Isle  of 859 

Slain? 154 

SUamannan   13*9 

Slateford    528 

Sleat  863 

Slidderie    369 

Sligichan    860 

Sloc-Mliaol-Doraidh 182 

Sitkv  Glen 1060 

Smailholm 1257 

Small  Isles 185,  200  &  864 

Smailholm 485 

Smithheld 1014 

Smithston ri30 

Snizrt  863 

Soaj  — Isle  of 816 

Soll'as 821 

Sorbie    1357 

Sorn   298 

Soroby   203 

Sourin    1020 

South  Alloa  1285 

South      Ballachulish 

(Argvle)    167 

South  Dell 817 

South  Kessock 1223 

South  Knapdale  190 

South  Parish    1019 

South  Queensferry 999 

South  Rona 861 

SouthRonaldshay  Island  1019 

South  Soutor    I2i3 

South  Uist — Isle  of 821 

South  Yell 1279 

Southdean 1257 

Southend  200 

Southerness  903 

South  wick 906 

Southwick  Station  908 

Soutor — North  &  South    1213 

Soutra    804 

Spean  Bridge    85s 

Speddoch  479 

Sparesaig  199 

Speymouth    556 

Spinningdale 1339 

Spittal  (Berwick) 333 

Spittal  (Caithness)  384 

Spittal  Colliery  Rows  ...     931 

Spittal  of  Glenshee  1074 

Spittalheld    1056 

Spott 812 

Springbank,see  Glasgow 


Springbank   351 

Springburn, see  Glasgow 

Springfield  (Dumfries)       478 

Springfield:  (Fife) 639 

Springholm  911 

Springside 246 

Springside  Station  246 

Sprouston r257 

Spynie — New    556 

Stacks  of  Duncansby  ...     332 

Staffa — Isle  of 200 

Staffin    S63 

Stagebank 516 

Stair  299 

Stand     967 

Standing  Stones  of  Lag- 

gangarn 1352 

Standi ngStones  of  Lundin  619 

Stane 977 

Stanley  lll5 

Stanstill 382 

Stapleton  Tower  452 

Star    ...: 595 

Start  Point    10911 

Staxigo  „  : 

Steele  Road  Station 


Stein — Isle  of   


Stemster    ... 


Stenhouse  Muir    




JSteven's  Kirk    


Stevenston — New 



Stewarton  Kirkcolm    ... 






Stobbs  Mill   



Stockbridge,  see  Edin- 
burgh Section 
Stockbridge    (Berwick) 


Stoir  Point    








Storr  Rock    



Stow  Station 





Straiton  (Ayr)  

Straiton  (Edinburgh) ... 






SU-ath  (Skye)  

Strath  (Ross)  























Stravithie  Station   



Stroma  Island 


Strome  Ferry   






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1237'Stronsay  Island 



124  Strowan 

382'Struan  (Perth).. 

863'Struan  (Skye)  .. 



8 1 2 1  Stuartfield    

930  Stuartown 

1358  Styx  



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Sumburgh  Head 

Summer  Isles  

Summerhill  (Aberdeen) 
Summerhill    (Berwick) 

Sunda — Island  of 

Sunnyside  Station    

Swaney  Island 



Swinton  (Berwick) 

Swinton  (Lanark)    

Swona  Island   

Symington  (Ayr) 

Symington  (Lanark)  ... 

Tain  (Caithness) 

Tain  (Ross)  



Tams  Brig    

Tanera  Isle    






Tarbat  Ness  

Tarbert  Harris 

Tarbert — East  &   West 
Tarbet  (Loch  Lomond) 






Tarreusay — Isle  of  












Teanassie  , 




Temple  Wetherton   

Temple  of  Callernish  ... 






The  Braes 

The  Hermitage 

The  Hollows 

The  Trossachs 


Thornlie  Bank,  see  Glas- 
gow Section 

Thorlies  Hope  

Thornhill  (Dumfries) ... 

Thornhill  (Perth)     


Thornton  (Fife)    

Thornton  Hall  Station... 
Thornton  Junction  

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Thrumster     390 

Thurso   386 

Tibbermore  1115 

Tibbermuir   1115 

Tigerton     780 

Tigh-na-Bruaich  202 

Tigharry    821 

Tillduke 154 

Tillicoultry    407 

Tillietudlem  Station    ...  963 

Tillingburn    975 

Tillycairn  108 

Tillyfourie 141 

Tillymorgan in 

Tillynaught  Junction  ...  331 

Tillyochie 887 

Tilquhillie 871 

Tingwall    1278 

Tinwald 496 

Tipperty  (Aberdeen)  ...  135 

Tipperty  (Kincardine)...  869 

Tiree — Isle  of   203 

Tirlaggin   191 

Tobermory    203 

Toberonachy 185 

Tocbieneal  Station  318 

Tod  Head 877 

Toll  Island    450 

Tollcross,   see  Glasgow 

Tollie 1226 

Tolsta 818 

Tolsta— North 818 

Tomacharrich  855 

Tomatin 859 

Tombae 323 

Tomich  856 

Tomintoul 327 

Tomlungurt 829 

Tomnacross  836 

Tomnavoulin    323 

Tong  818 

Tongland  910 

Tongue  1344 

Torbeg   369 

Torbothie 973 

Torbreck    1344 

Tore   1220 

Torin 864 

Torloisk 194 

Torlum 822 

Tornaveen 132 

Torness  830 

Torosay 194 

Torphichen    1000 

Torphins    133 

Torrance    1291 

Torrance  of  Campsie  ...  1291 

Torridon    1211 

Torry  (Aberdeen)    10 

Torry  (Fife)  642 

Torry — Low 642 

Torryburn 642 

Torsay  Island   183 

Torterston 145 

Torthorwald 496 

Torwood    1069 

Tough    156 

Toward  173 

Toward  Point   173 

Tower  of  Gilnockie 493 

Tower  Knowe  1239 

Towford 1246 

Towie 136 

Town  Hill 583 

Town  Moor   234 

Townfoot  486 

Townhead 213 

Townhead 284 

Townhead  (Dumbrtnsh)    434 

Townhead 899 

Townhead     977 

Townscleugh  Well  430 

Toxside 529 

Tradeston,  see  Glasgow 

Trailtrow  451 


Tranent 812 

Traquair    1033 

Tresta    1277 

Trinafour  1049 

Trinity,  see  Edinburgh 

Trinity  Gask 1116 

Trinity  Muir 663 

Trislaig 166 

Trondra 1278 

Trondray  Island  1270 

Troon 303 

Troqueer    910 

Trossachs  1054 

Trotternish   839 

Trumisgarry 821 

Tulliallan  642 

Tullibardine  1048 

Tullibody  398 

Tullich  (Aberdeen)  123 

Tullich  (Ross)  1220 

Tulliebole  886 

Tulloch  (Aberdeenshire)     139 
Tulloch  (Inverness-shire)  827 

Tulloch  Station    853 

Tullymet  1082 

Tullynessle    156 

Tummelbridge 1065 

Tundergarth 497 

Turriff  (Aberdeen) 137 

Turriff  (Banff) 324 

Twatt  (Orkneys) 1015 

Twatt  (Shetlands)   1277 

Twechar    433 

Tweeden     1237 

Tweedmouth    33s 

Tweedsmuiri 1034 

Twizel  Station  337 

Twynholm     911 

Tynault 165 

Tyndrum  1076 

Tynehead  Station 804 

Tynett 322 

Tynninghame   813 

Tynron  497 

Tyrie 139 

Uddingston  979 

Udny 139 

Udny  Green 159 

Ugston  352 

Uig  (Hebrides)    820 

Uig(Skye)    863 

Uist — North 821 

Uist— South 821 

Ullapool 1231 

Ulsa  Island  194 

Ulsta 1979 

Ulva  Ferry    204 

Ulva — Isle  of    204 

Unapool 1338 

Unst  1278 

Uphall    1001 

Uphall  Station 1001 

Uplawmoor  1205 

Upper  Bathgate  Station    989 

Upper  Brae  107 

Upper  Cabrach 31" 

Upper  Keith 80 

Upper.Largo 619 

Upper  Liberton   519 

Urahrth 1277 

Urquhart  (Elgin)    356 

Urquhart  (Inverness)...     865 
Urquhart  (Ross-shire)     123 1 

Urr 911 

Urr— Old  Bridge  of 906 

Urray    1232 

Usan 677 

Uyea  Island 1278 

Uyeasound    1278 

Vaila  Island 1279 

Valdigarth    1024 

Vale  of  Corrichie 140 

Vallay— Isle  of 821 

Valtos    821 

Vassa 1276 

Vaternish 859 


Vatersay — Isle  of 813 

Vatten   860 

Veira 1020 

Velvet  Hall  Station 336 

Vidlin    1276 

Virkie    1273 

Voe 1272 

Voltas    863 

Waas  Island 1010 

Walkerburn 1034 

Wallace  Monument 1315 

Wallacetown 214 

Wallacetown  Works   ...  241 

Wallace's  Tower 1283 

Walls  (Orkney)    1023 

Walls  (Shetland) 1279 

Walston 981 

Wamphray    497 

Wandell 981 

Wanlockhead    498 

Wardhouse  Station 128 

Wardlaw  Hill,  see  Edin- 
burgh Section 

Warthill 131 

Wartle  Station 151 

Wasbister 1020 

Washington  io45 

Waterbeck    488 

Wateresk  677 

Waterfalls  :— 

Acharn i°75 

Bhealach    186 

Bonnington  963 

Bruar 1049 

Caldron  Linn    1086 

Clyde 963 

Coneas  1221 

Conon  Cascades   1230 

Corra  Linn   963 

Devil's  Mill    1086 

Divach  863 

Drymen 1294 

Feuder  1049 

Foyers    823 

Grey  Mare's  Tail 489 

Gurratt's  Linn 1168 

Humble  Bumble 1072 

Keltney 1117 

Kilmorack 828 

Lochy 853 

Loup  of  Fnitry 1307 

Moness  1117 

North  Esk 1029 

Reekan  Linn 1168 

Reeky  Linn  777 

Rogie 1228 

Rumbling  Bridge 1086 

Slug  of  Achrannie  ...  777 

Spottes  Lynn   911 

Spovit  Dhu    mi 

Stonebyres    963 

Strome  1225 

Tummel    1111 

Urray 1234 

Wallace's  Loup    480 

Waterloo   934 

Waternish  —  Isle       of 

Skye 860 

Waterside  (Ayr)  242 

Waterside(Dumbarton)  433 

Waterside  (Lanark) 965 

Watten  389 

Wattstown    967 

Weem    1117 

Weir  Bridge 1123 

Weir  Island 1010 

Weisdale   1278 

Wellbraehead  763 

Wellhouse 828 

Wellwood 583 

Wemyss  Bay 1206 

Wemyss  Castle  Station  642 

Wemys9 — East  &  West  642 

West  Anstruther 364 

West  Banks 390 

West  Barns  802 

!  West  Bridgend 4*2 


West  Burgh 763 

West  Burrfirth 1277 

West  Calder 306 

West  Coats    931 

West  Ferry  669 

West  Haven 792 

West  Helmsdale 1342 

West  Kilbride  259 

West  Kilpatrick    832- 

West  Langwell '344 

West  Linton 1029 

West  Maryston    969 

West  Muir 774 

West     Newington,    see 
Edinburgh  Section 

West  Newport 629 

WestOrd  329 

West  Pans 321 

West  Plean   1317 

West  Quarter  949 

WestSalton 811 

West  Sandwick    1279 

West  Tarbert    202 

West  Watten    389 

West  Wemyss 643 

West  Yell 1280 

Westburn 931 

Westcraigs    1000 

Westcraigs  Station 976 

Wester  Caputh 1056 

Wester  Duddingston  ...  314 

Wester  Fowlis 1073 

Wester  Kilmuir   1223 

Wester  Logie    1231 

Westerdale    384 

Westerkirk    498 

Westermains    434 

Westerton 677 

Westfield  1113 

Westfield  Station 1000 

Westhills  153 

Westing 1278 

Westray  Island    1024 

Westruther  366 

Weydale    387 

Whaligoe  390 

Whalsay    1276 

Whauphill 1351 

Whiffle! 941 

Whinnilliggate 904 

Whistlerield  440 

Whita  Wells 483 

Whitburn 1001 

Whitburn — East 1002 

White  Bridge    829 

White  Cairne    105 

White  Cathertun 780 

Whitehill  (Aberdeen) ...  112 

Whitehill  (Ebinburgh)  511 

Whitehills 333 

Whitehouse  (Aberdeen)  102 

Whitehouse  (Argyle)  ...  186 

Whitekirk 812 

Whitemire 548 

Whiten  Head    1341 

Whiteness. 1278 138 

Whiterigg 967 

Whiterigg  Bog 1256 

Whithern  1362 

Whithorn 1362 

Whithorn — Isle  of  1362 

Whiting  Bay 369 

Whiting  Ness    631 

Whitletts  214 

Whitsome 366 

Whittinghame 813 

Wiay— Isle  of  860 

Wick 389 

Widewall  1019 

Wigtown   1363 

Wilkieston 517 

Williamsburgh  (Fife) ...  591 
Williamsburgh      (Ren- 
frew)    1171 

Wilsontown  93S 

Wilton   1239 




Winchburgh 1002 

Windygates  .- 625 

Windyraw     107 

Winton  Station    810 

Wire  Island 1020 

Wishaw 982 

Wiss  (The)    1269 

Wiston  985 

Witch  Stane  (The)  1114 


Wolf  Hill  1057, Woodside  (Ayr)  287 

Woodend  989  Woodside  (Fife)    625 

Woodhaven  593  Woodside  (Perth) 1057 

Woodhead 123  Woodside  (Renfrew)    ...  1171 

Woodhouse  450  Wormit 629 

Woodilee    436  Yarrow 1268 

Woodlands    875  Yarrowford  1269 

Woodmuir 506  Yell— East  &Mid,North 

Woodside  (Aberdeen) ...       iol     &  South 1279 


Yell  Island    1279 

Yesnaby    1021 

Yester    814 

Yetholm    1258 

Yieldshields  936 

Yoker    417 

Ytham  Wells 160 

LIST    OF    THE 


With  Reference   to   the    Places   under   which   they   will  be   found  in   this  "Volume. 

Balmobal  Castle,  see  Craitbie,  page  109,  Her  Most  Gracious  Majesty  Queen  Victoria, 
&  Holyeood  Castle,  see  Edinburgh. 


Abbotsford,  Thomas  J.  S.  Roberts  esq.  J.p.see  Melrose  1252 
Abereairney,   Capt.   William   H.  Drummond  -  Moray 

d.l.,  j.p.  see  Fowlis  Wester 1073 

Abergeldie  castle,  H.R.H.  The  Prince  of  Wales,  see 

Crathie    109 

Aberlour  house,  John  Ritchie  Findlay,  see  Aberlour  ...     311 
Aboyne  castle,  Marquess  of  Huntly  p.  c,  d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Aboyne   101 

Achamore  house,  William  James  Y.  Scarlett  esq.  see 

Gigha  ..     178 

Achnacone  house,  Alexander  K.  Stewart  esq.  seeAppin     165 

Aehvarsdale  lodge,  Lady  Sinclair,  see  Reay 386 

Ackergill  tower,  Sir  George  Duff  Sutherland  Dunbar, 

bart.  see  Wick   390 

Aden  house,  Maj.-Gen.  Francis  Shirley  Russell  cm.g., 

m. p.,  d.l. ,  j.p.  see  Old  Deer  113 

Aigas  house,  James  William  Gordon  Oswald  esq.  j.p. 

see  Kilmorack    856 

Airdrie  house,  Jn.  Wilson  esq.  m. p., d.l., j.p.  see  Airdrie  918 
Airds   (The),    Major    Henry   Houghton-Hughan,  see 

Parton 908 

Airds  house,  Col.  William  M'Fie  c.b.,  v.d.  see  Appin  165 
Airlie  castle,  Dowager-Countess  of  Airlie,  see  Airlie ...     649 

Airth  castle,  Frederick  Graham  esq.  see  Airth   1285 

Airthrey  castle,  Donald  Graham  esq.  c.i.e.,  d.l.,  j.p. 

see  Bridge  of  Allan  1288 

Aldourie  castle, Capt.  Edward  Grant  Fraser-Ty tier  d.l. , 

j.p.  see  Dores     830 

Allan,  Capt.  David  Monro  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Fearn  1216 

Allanton  house,  James  Lemon  esq.  see  Cambusnethan  934  | 
Alloa   house,  Earl   of  Mar  &  Kellie  (Lord  Lieut,   of 

Clackmannanshire),  see  Alloa 397 

Almondell  house,  Earl  of  Buchan  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Uphall  919 
Altyre,  Sir  Wm.  Gordon  Gordon-Cumming  bart.  see 

Forres 547 

Alva  house,  Miss  C.  E.  M.  Johnstone,  see  Alva 403 

Amhuinsuidh  castle,  Sir  Samuel  Edward  Scott  bart. 

M.P.,  D.L.  see  Harris     816 

Amisfield  house,  Harold  John  Tennant  esq.  m.p.  ,  b.a. 

see  Haddington 806 

Amisfield  tower,  Sir  William  Jardine  bart.  j.p.  and 

Lady  Jardine,  see  Amisfield,  Tinwald  496 

Ancrum  house,  Sir  William  Monteath  Scott  bart.  d.l., 

j.p.  see  Antrum    1236 

Annanhill,  Mrs.  Dunlop,  see  Kilmarnock 264 

Auniston,  Col.  Arthur  John  Rait  c.b.,  d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Inverkeilor 772 

Antonshill,  James  Hunter  esq.  j.p.  see  Eccles    358 

Applecross  house,  Lord  Middleton,  see  Applecross 1211 

Arabella,  James  A.  Gordon  esq.  j.p.  see  Logie  Easter  1225 
Arbuthnott  house,  Viscount  Arbuthnott.seeArbuthnott  869 
Archerfield,   Henry  Thomas  Nisbet-Hamilton-Ogilvy 

esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Dirleton 801 

Ardencaple  castle,  Sir  Wm.Orr-Ewing  bart.  J.  p.  see  Row    440 
Ardendee,  Lydia  A.  Viscountess  Lifford,  see  Kirkcud- 
bright       904 

Ardgour  house,  Mrs.  Maclean,  see  Ardgour    166 

Ardgowan  house,  Sir  Michael  Robert  Shaw-Stewart 

bart.  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Inverkip    1163 

Ardkinglas,  George  F.  W.  Callander  esq.  see  Cairndow, 

Loch  Goilhead    193 

Ardlair,  Mrs.  Bankes,  see  Gairloch,  Loch  Maree    1219 


Ardmaddy  castle,  Marquess  of  Breadalbane  e.g.,  p.c, 

d.l.,  j.p.  see  Kilbrandon  &  Kilchattan 185 

Ardmarnock,  Donald  N.  Nicol  esq.  m.p. ,m. a., d.l., j.p. 

see  Kilfinan    187 

Ardmeallie,  Sir  Arthur  Temple  Felix  Clay  bart.  see 

Marnocb,  Aberchirder 310 

Ardmeallie,  William  T.  Reid  esq.  j.p.  see  Aberchirder     310 

Ardmiddle,  John  Adam  Milne  esq.  see  Turriff   158 

Ardoch,  John  Stuart  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Kishorn,  Loch- 

carron  1225 

Ardoch  house,  Sir  James  Bell  bart.  see  Braco    i°53 

Ardpatrick,  Capt.  James  Carter  Campbell  e.n.,  d.l., 

j.p.  see  Ardpatrick  186 

Ardross  castle,  Charles  William  Dyson  Perrins  f.b.a.s., 

j.p.  see  Rosskeen 1228 

Ardsheal,  William   D.    Anderson   esq.   j.p.  see   Bal- 

lachulish  South 167 

Ardverikie  lodge,   Sir  John  William  Ramsden   bart. 

d.l.,  j.p.  see  Laggan    858 

Ardwell  castle,  Sir  Mark   John  MoTaggart   Stewart 

bart.  m.p.,  v.d.,  M.A.,  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Stoneykirk 1358 

Arkleton,  William  Scott-Elliot  esq.  see  Ewes 477 

Armadale  castle,  Lord  Macdonald   d.l.,  j.p.  see  Sleat     863 

Arnisdale,  J.  L.  Phillips  esq.  see  Glenelg 833 

Arniston  house,  Sir   Robert  Dundas  bart.  d.l.,  j.p. 

see  Borthwiek   5°4 

Arnsbrae  house,  James  Younger  esq.  j.p.  see  Alloa  ...  397 
Arthurlie,  Henry  B.  Dunlop  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Neilston  1170 

Ashiestiel  house,  Miss  Russell,  see  Stow 529 

Ashintully  castle,  David  C.  Rutherford-Lindsay  esq. 

d.l.,  j.p.  see  Kirkmichael  1080 

Ashkirk  house, Alex.  Cochran  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.see  Ashkirk  1261 
Ashludie,  Alexander  Gordon  esq.  j.p.  see  Monifieth  ...  781 
Auchans  house,  Hon.  GrevilleRichardVernonD.L.,  j.p. 

see  Dundonald    247 

Auchenames,  Hugh  R.G.Craufurd  esq.seeWestKilbride    260 

Auchencairn  house,  Mrs.  Mackie,  see  Auchencairn 893 

Auchen  castle,  Wm.  Younger  esq.  m.p.,  j.p.  see  Kirk- 

patrick-Juxta     482 

Auchen  cheyne,  James  Walter  Ferries  esq.  j.p.  see 

Glencairn    477 

Auchendinny  house,  Major  Vincent  M.  Birkbeck,  see 

Auchendinny,  Glencorse 5r5 

Auchendolly,  Lieut. -Col.  Archibald  Hume  d.l.,  j.p. 

see  Crossmichael   899 

Auchendrane,  James  Coats  esq.  see  Alloway  210 

Auchincruive,  Richard  Alexander  Oswald  esq.  (Vice- 
Lieut,  of  Ayrshire),  j.p.see  Ayr 218 

Auchindarroch,  Alexander  Campbell  esq.  j.p.  see  Loch- 
gilphead       192 

Auchinleck  house,Geo.Mounseyesq.J.P.  see  Auchinleck  213 
Auchinroath,  Andrew  John  Mitchell-Gill  esq.  as.,  j.p. 

see  Rothes  554 

Auchintorlie,  George  James  Fergusson-Buchanan  esq. 

d.l. ,  j.p.  see  Kilpatrick,  Dumbartonshire  437 

Auchleeks,  Edgar  William  Robertson  esq.  j.p.  see  Blair 

Atholl  1050 

Auchlunkart  house,  Wm.  F.  D.  Steuart  esq.  see  Keith  325 
Auchmore  house,  Marquess  of  Breadalbane  e.g.,  p.c, 

d.l.,  j.p.  see  Killin  1076 

Auchnashellach  lodge,  Emerson  Muschamp  Bainbridge 
esq.  m.p.,  j.p.  see  Auchnashellach,  Lochcarron 1225 




Auehry,IlichardWilliamLumsden  esq.  see  Monqnhitter     141 

Auchterarder  house,  Mrs.  Reid,  see  Auchterarder 1045 

Anldbar  castle, PatrickChalmers  esq.  j.p.see  Aherlemno    649 
Aultshealloch  house,   Bishop   of  Argyle   &  The  Isles 
(RightRev.  J.  R.  Alexander  Chinnery-Haldane  d.d., 

ll.m.),  see  North  Ballachulish,  Kilmalie  855 

Aurthurlie,  Henry  Barclay  Dunlop  esq.  D.L.,  J.P.  see 

Barrhead 1122 

Avenswith  lodge,  Earl  of  Danmore  d.l.  see  Harris   ...  816 

Avoch  house,  Col.  Fitzroy  Stephen c.b.,  j.r.  see  Avooh  1212 

Ayton  castle,  Henry  Liddell-Grainger  esq.  see  Ayton  351 

Aytoun  hill,  James  Carnegie  esq.  see  Dunbog 582 

Balabraes,  Lady  Simpson,  see  Ayton    351 

Balavil,  Charles  Julian  Brewster  Maepherson  esq.  D.L., 

j.p.  see  Alvie 827 

Balbeg,  Rt.   Hon.  Sir  James  Fergusson   bait,    m.p., 

g.c.s.i.,  k.c.m.g.,  c.i.e.,  p.c,  d.l.,  j.p.  see Straiton  302 

Balbirnie,  Edward  Balfour  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see Markinch  625 
Balcarres  house,  Earl  of  Crawford  k.t.,  v.d.,  f.r.a.s., 

F.R.S. ,  v.p.s.a.  see  Kilconquhar      59^ 

Balcaskie,  Sir  Ralph  William  Anstruther  bart.  d.l., 

j.p.  see  Carnbee 572 

Baldovan    house,   Sir    Reginald    Howard    Alexander 

Ogilvy,  bart.  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Strathmartine  779 

Baldowrie  house,  Robert  Geekie  esq.  j.p.  see  Kettins  773 
Baledmund,    James    Grant    Fergusson   esq.    J.P.  see 

Moulin     998 

Balfour  castle,  Mrs.  Balfour,  see  Shapinsay    :...  1021 

Balfour  house,  George  J.  Lumsden  esq.  see  Markinch  625 
Balgillo  house,  John  C.  Buist  esq.  j.p.  see  Broughty 

Ferry  669 

Balgray,  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Paterson,  see  Applegarth 448 

Balgreggan  house,  Henry  Holmes  esq.  see  Stoneykirk  1358 

Balhousie  castle,  James  Ramsay  esq.  see  Perth 1093 

Balinalrill,  John  McKinnou  esq.  see  Clachau  172 

Ballachulish  house,  Captain  Francis  Beresford  Drum- 

mond,  see  Ballachulish  South    167 

Ballechin,  Captain  John  Malcolm  Stewart  Steuart,  see 

Logierait 1082 

Ballikinrain  castle,  Archibald  Ernest  Orr-Ewing  esq. 

d.l.,  j.p.  see  Killearn  1310 

Ballindalloch   castle,  Sir   George    Macphcrson-Grant 

bart.  D.L.,  J.p.  see  Inveravon 324 

Ballindean  house,  Miss  St.  Clair  Trotter,  see  Inchture  1074 

Ballindown,  Col.  James  dimming  Chrke.see  Kiltarlity  856 

Balloch  castle,  Misses  Dennistoun-Brown,   see  Bonhill  416 

Ballochmyle.Sir  Claud  Alexander  bart.j.p.seeMauchline  288 

Ballogie,  William  E.  Nieol  esq.  d.l. ,  J.P.  see  Birse io3 

Balmacaan,  Bradley  Martin  esq.  see  Urquhart    865 

Balniae,  Countess  of  Selkirk,  see  Kirkcudbright    904 

Balmaghie   house,    Graham    Hutchison  esq.  d.l. ,  J.P. 

see  Balmaghie   894 

Balmedie,    William  H.  Lumsden   esq.    d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Belhelvie 105 

Balnaboth,  Mrs.  Ogilvye,  see  Glenprosen,  Cortaehy  ...  677 
Balnagown  castle,  Sir  Charles  Henry  Augustus  F'redk. 

Ross  bart.  d.l.  see  Kilmuir  Easter    1220 

Balnamoon  house,  Mrs.  Capel   Carnegy  Arbuthnott, 

see  Menmuir 780 

Balquhatstone,  Alexander  Peddie-Waddell  esq.    d.l., 

j.p.  see  Slamannan  1319 

Banchory  house,  Sir  David  Stewart  ll.d.,d.  l.,  j.p.  see 

Banchory-Devenick  870 

Banff  house,  SirJas.Hy.Ramsaybart.M.A.,D.L.seeAlyth  1043 

Bangour,  John  Cadzow  esq.  see  Livingstone    999 

Banknock  house,  Adam  Boyle  esq.  see  Denny     1293 

Bantaskin,  James  Wilson  esq.  see  Falkirk  1298 

Barbreck,  Jas.  Archbld. Campbell  esq.  J  p.seeKilmartin  188 

Bargaly,  Major  Colvin  Stewart,  sse  Minnigaff 908 

Bargany  house,   Major   the  Hon.  North  de   Coigny 

Dalrymple-Hamilton,  see  Dailly    241 

Barholm  house,  Miss  A.  S.  M'Culloch  Grant,  see  Kirk- 

mabreck 906 

Barjarg  tower,  Mrs.  Hunter-Arundell,  see  Keir      480 

Barnbarroch,  Capt.  John  Vans-Agnew,  see  Kirkinner  1351 
Barnton  house,   Miss  Ramsay  Gibson  Maitland,  see 

Cramond     509 

Barra  castle,  John  Killoh  esq.  see  Bourtie   106 

Barriemore  house,  Mrs.  Campbell,  see  Appin 165 

Barrock  house,  Sir  John  Rose  George  Sinclair  bart. 

(Vice-Lieut,   of  Caithness-shire),  see  Bower 382 

Barrogill  castle,  Frederick  G.  Sinclair  esq.    d.l.,  j.p. 

see  Canrsbay  382 

Barskimming,  Sir  VV'm.  F'rederic  Miller  bart.  see  Stair  299 
Barwhillanty,  Robert  Armstrong  Yerburgh  esq.  M.p., 

E.A.,  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Parton    908 


Barwhinnock,  Wm.  Laidlawesq.  sceTwynholm 911 

Battleby,  James  Maxtdne  Graham  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Redgorton  i"3 

Beattock  house,  T.G.liishopesq.see  Kirkpatrick-Juxta     482 

Beaufort  castle,  Lord  Lovat  d.l.  see  Kiltarlity  856 

Bedlay  manor,  Thomas  Craig  Christie  esq.  d.l.,  j.p. 

see  Chryston,  Cadder  936 

Beechwood,  Geo.  M.  Cox  esq.  see  Lochee,  Dundee  ...  691 
Beeslack,  Sir  John  Cowan  bart. d.l.,  j.p.  see  Glencorse  516 
Belladrum,  Archibald  William  Merry  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Kiltarlity 856 

Belle  Isle,  George  Coats  esq.  j.p.  see  Ayr 216 

Belmont  castle,  Rt.  Hon.  Sir  Henry  Campbell-Banner- 

man  g.c.b.,  m.p.,  m.a.,  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Meigle  1083 

Belruddery,  J.  Martin  White  esq.  j.p.  see  Dundee 695 

Belton  house,  Capt.  James  G.  Baird-Hay  d.l.,  j.p.  see] 

Dunbar    803. 

Bemersyde  house,  Walter  Farquhar  esq.  see  Mertoun  365 
Ben  Damph  forest,  Capt.  The  Hon.  Lionel  Fortescue 

King-Noel,  see  Applecross  1211 

Bengairn  house,  Lionel  Maitland  Kirwan  esq.  j.p.  see 

Auchencairn  894 

Benholm  castle,  Wm.  Smith  esq.  j.p.  see  Benholra...  877 
Benmore,   Henry  Johnston   Younger,   d.l.,    j.p.   see 

Kilmun,  Dunoon  176 

Benrig,   William  Brownrigg  Elliot  esq.  j.p.  see   St. 

Bos  well's 1256 

Berstane  house,  Col.  James  William  Balfour  d.l.,  j.p. 

see  Kirkwall  1017 

Biel,  Mrs.  Nisbet-Hamilton-Ogilvy,  see  Stenton 812 

Binsearth  house,  Robert  Scarth  esq.  j.p.  see  Firth 1014 

Birklnll, Henry  Scrymgeour-Wedderburnesq.D.L.,  j.p. 

see  Balmerino 5*>7 

Blackadder  house,  Sir  George  L.  Auderdale  Houstoun- 

Boswad  bart.  d.l.,  j.p.  s:e  Allanton,  Edrom 339 

Blackball  castle,  James  Toner  Hay  esq.  j.p.  see  Ban- 

chory-Ternan 871 

Blackmount  Forest  lodge,  Marquess   of  Breadalbane 

k.g.,  P.c.  see  Glenorchy  178 

Blair-Adam,  Sir  Charles  Elphinstone  Adam  bart.  d.l., 

j.p.  see  Blairadatn 885 

Blair  castle,    Duke  of    Atholl    k.t.    (Lord  Lieut,    of 

Perthshire),  see  Blair  Atholl    1047 

Blair  castle,  Robert  Hoyer  Millar  esq.  j.p.  see  Culross     524 
Blair  Drummond,  Lt.-Col.  H.  E.  Stirling-Home-Drum- 
mond  (Vice-Lieut,  of  Perthshire)  &  Lady  Georgina 

Emily  Lucy,  see  Kincardine    1078 

Blair    house,    Lieut.-Col.    Frederick     Gordon    Blair 

j.p.  see  Dairy    243 

Blairgowrie  house,  Mrs.  McPherson,  see  Blairgowrie...  1050 

Blairmore  house,  Alexander  Geddes  esq.  see  Glass 125 

Blairquhan  castle,  Samson  Fox  esq.  see  Straiton    302 

Blanerne,    Edwin    Robert    John    Sandys-Lumsdaine 

esq.  j.p.  see  Bunkle 352 

Blythswood,  Lord  Blythswood  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Renfrew...  1204 
Boatb  house,  Sir  Alexander  Jas.  Dunbar  bart.  d.l.,  j.p. 

see  Auldearn  1005 

Boghead,  Thos.  Maxwell  Durham  esq.  J. P.,  c.c.   see 

Bathgate 9S9 

Bonally  tower,  Mrs.  E.  J.  Simson,  see  Colinton 507 

Bonkyl  lodge,  Hon.  Geo.  Douglas  Home,  j.p.  see  Bunkle    351 

Bonmngtou  house,  Mrs.  Findlay,  see  Lanark 960 

Bonnytoun,  Robert  Mickel  esq.  see  Linlithgow  997 

Boquhan  house,  Rear-Admiral  Henry  John  Fletcher- 
Campbell  c.b.,  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Gargunnock 1307 

Borthwick  hall,  David  J.  Macfie  esq.  J.P.  see  Borthwick  504 
Bothwell  castle,  Sir  James  King  bart.   d.l.,   j.p.   see 

Bothwell    928 

Boturich  castle,  Robert  E.  F'indlay  esq.  j.p.  see  Kil- 

maronock    432 

Bowhill,  Duke  of  Buccleuch  &  Queensberry  k.t.,  d.l., 

j.p.  see  Selkirk  1266 

Bowland,  William  Ramsay  esq.  j.p.  see  Stow 529 

Boyndlie,    John  Charles  Mathias  Ogilvie-Forbes  esq. 

m.a.,  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Tyrie  159 

Brackley   house,  Sir  Alian  Russell  Mackenzie    bart. 

d.l.,  j.p.  see  Glenmuick 125 

Braco  castle,  Sir  Wm.Renny  Watson  d.l., j.p.  see  Braco  1053 
Brahan  castle,  Col.  James  Alex.  Francis  Humberston 

Stewart-Mackenzie  f.e.q.s.,  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Fodderty  1217 
Braidwood  house,  Col.  James  Stevenson  a.d.c,  j.p. 

see  Braid  wood,  Carluke   935 

Brechin  castle,  Earl  of  Dalhousie,  see  Brechin    665 

Breda,  Neil  McLean  esq.  see  Alford  102 

Bredisholm,  Mrs.  Gould,  see  Baillieston   923 

Bridge  castle,  Capt.  Thos.   Hope  j.p.  see  Torphichen  1001 




Brin  house,  Capt.  Charles  Duncan  Stewart,  see  Daviot  830 
Brisbane  house,  Charles  Thomas  Brisbane  esq.  j.p.  see 

Largs  284 

Broadmeadows,  Hugh  Morris  Lang  esq.  see  Selkirk  ...  1266 

Broad  Meadows,  James  Macbraie  esq.  j.p.  see  Hutton  363 
Brodie     castle,   Lieut.    Ian   Ashley  Moreton    Brodie 

j.p.  see  Forres 547 

Broomhall,    Earl    of    Elgin    &    Kincardine    a  c.s.i., 

G.c.i.E.,p.o.(LordLieut.of  Fifeshire), see  Dunfermline  583 
Broom  house,  George  J.  N.  Logan-Home  esq.  j.p.  see 

Duns    357 

Broomlands,  James  Brunton  esq.  see  Kelso 1248 

Broomley  house,  Adair  Campbell  esq.  see  Bonhill  416 

Brotherton  castle.  Miss  Scott,  see  Johnshaven    876 

Brough    lodge,    Sir   Arthur  Thomas   Bennet   Robert 

Nicolson  bart.  d.l.  see  Fetlar 1273 

Broxmouth  park,   William  John  Mure  esq.  c.B.  see 

Dunbar    803 

Brucklay  castle,  Alexander  Dingwall  Fordyce  esq.  d.l. 

see  Brucklay,  New  Deer   112 

Brux  lodge,  Hon.  Athol  Monson  Forbes  d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Kildrummy    132 

Buchanan  castle,  Duke  of  Montrose  k.t.,  a.d.c.  (Lord 

Lieut,  of  Sterlingshire),  see  Buchanan 1290 

Buchromb  house,  General  Sir  Peter  Stark  Lumsden 

G.c.B.,D.L.  see  Dufftown 321 

Bnness  house,  Laurence  Edmondston  j.p.  see  Belta- 

sound,  Unst    1279 

Burn  (The),  Col.  Charles  Mclnroy  c.B.  see  Fettercairn  875 

Burnfoot,  Herbert  C.  Irving  esq.  j.p.  see  Hoddam    ...  476 
Bnrnfoot,  Col.  William  Elphinstone  Malcolm  d.l.,  J.p. 

see  Westerkirk    498 

Bush  (The),  Alexander  E.  C.  Trotter  j.p.  see  Roslin...  328 

Cadder  house,  Andrew  Buchanan  esq.  see  Cadder 930 

fairness,  Sir  James  LyleMackayK.o. i.e.  seeLonmay...  137 

Cairnfield  house,  Mrs.  Gordon,  see  Buckie  316 

Cairngall,  Mrs.  Hutchison,  see  Longside 136 

Cairnhill,  John  M.  Nisbett  esq.  J.P.  see  Airdrie  918 

Cairnsmore,  Duke  of  Bedford,  see  Minnigaff   908 

Caitloch,  James  M'Coll  esq.  j.p.  see  Glencairn   477 

Calder  hall,  George  Henry  Taylor  esq.  see  East-Calder  505 

Calder  house.  Lord  Torphichen  j.p.  see  Mid-Calder  ...  505 

Caldra,  Col.  David  Milne-Home  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Fogo  ...  360 

Caldwell  house,  Capt.  William  Mure  d.l.  see  Neilston  1170 

Caldwell  house,  William  Mure  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Beith  234 

Callendar  house,  Wm.  Forbes  esq. d.l.,  j.p.  see  Falkirk  1297 
Cally,   Horatio  Granville  Murray-Stewart  esq.  d.l., 

j.p.  see  Girthon 902 

Calrossie,  Andrew  H.  Macdonald,  see  Logie  Easter    ...  1225 
Cambo  house,  Sir  Thomas  Erskine  bart.  d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Kingsbarns     600 

Cambusdoon,  Mrs.  Baird,  see  Alloway 210 

Cambusnethan  house,  Major-Gen.  Graeme  Alexander 

Lockhart  c.B. ,  D.L. ,  J.P.  see  Cambusnethan   934 

Cameron    house,    Capt.    James    Drummond    Telfer- 

SmollettD.L.  see  Bonhill 416 

Camperdown  house,  Earl  of  Camperdown  d.l.,  j.p. 

see  Lochee,  Dundee  682 

Canniesburn,  Samuel  Wallace  esq.  see  New  Kilpatrick  433 

Cantray,  Major  Hugh  Davidson  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Croy  ...  829 

Capenoch,  Samuel  Steuart  Gladstone  esq.  j.p.  see  Keir  480 
Caprington  castle, William  Cathcart  SmithCuninghame 

esq.  d. l. ,  j.p.  see  Riccarton 295 

Carberry  tower,  Lord  Elphinstone  j.p.  see  Inveresk  ...  516 

Carbet  castle,  Mrs.  Grimond,  see  Broughty-Ferry 669 

Cardean,  Edward  Cox  esq.  j.p.  see  Meigle 1083 

Cardoness,  Sir  Wm.  Francis  Maxwell  bart.  d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Anwoth   893 

Cardross,    Henry  David  Erskine  esq.   d.l.,   j.p.    see 

Port  of  Menteith    1112 

Careston  castle,  William  Shaw  Adamson  esq.  j.p.  see 

Careston 674 

Carfin  hall,  Dugald  McCorkindale  esq.  j.p.  see  Carfin  935 
Carlowrie    castle,    Thomas    Hutchison   esq.  j.p.    see 

Kirkliston    995 

Carmichael  house,   Sir  Windham  Robert  Carmichael 

Anstruther  bart.  j.p.  see  Carmichael  937 

Carnousie,  John  Harvey  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Forglen  ...  322 
Carnsalloch,     Capt.     Archibald     Francis     Campbell- 
Johnston  j.p.  see  Kirkmahoe 481 

Carnwath  house,  Col.  Sir  Simon  Macdonald  Lockhart 

bart.  m.v.o.,  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Carnwath 938 

Carolside,  Lord  Reay  G.C.S.I.,  g.c.i.e.,  d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Earlston  358 

Carphin  house,  David  Cook  esq.  see  Creich  576 

Carriden  house,   James  Hope   Lloyd- Verney   j.p.  see 

Carriden,  Bo'ness 993 

Carron  hall,  Walter  Easton  esq.  j.p.  see  Larbert   I3I3 

Carron  lodge,  James  William  Hamilton  Grant  esq.  see 

Knockando 552 

Carronvale,  George  Sherriff  esq.  see  Larbert 1314 

Carstairs  house,  Sir  James  King  bart.  d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Carstairs 939 

Garwood  house,  James  Dennistoun  Mitchell  esq.  d.l., 

j.p.,,  ll.b.,  b.c.l.  see  Biggar 925 

Cassencary,  James  A.  Henryson  Caird  esq.  d.l.,  j.p. 

see  Kirkmabreck    906 

Castlecraig,    Sir    Thomas   David    Gibson-Carmichael 

bart.  M.P.,  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Kirkurd  1028 

Castle  Forbes,  Lord  Forbes,  see  Keig   130 

Castle  Fraser,  Mrs.  Eraser,  see  Cluny 108 

Castle  Grant,  Caroline,  Countess  Dowager  of  Seafield, 

see  Grantown-on-Spey 550 

Castle  Huntly,  Mrs.  Armitstead,  see  Longforgan  1082 

Castle  Menzies ,  Sir  Rt.  Menzies  bart.  d.  l.  ,  j.  p.  see  Weem  1 1 17 

Castle  Newe,  Sir  Charles  Forbes  bart.  seeStrathdon...  154 
Castle  Semple  house,  James  W.  Shand-Harvey  esq. 

d.l.,  j.p.  see  Lochwinnoch 1161 

Castle  Toward.Major  John  Finlay,see  Toward, Drenoon  173 
Castle  Wemyss,  Lord  Inverclyde  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Wemyss 

Bay  1206 

Castlemilk,  Sir  Robert  Jardine  bart.   d.l.  see  Saint 

Mungo 493 

Castlemilk, William Crawfurd-Stirling-Stuart esq.  D.L. 

see  Carmunnock    938 

Castleroy,  Mrs.  S.  Gilroy,  see  Broughty-Ferry  669 

Cavers  Carre,  Col.  Thos.  A.  Riddell-Carre,  see  Bowden  1236 

Cavers  house,  John  Fyfe  Jameson  esq.  see  Cavers 1237 

Cawderstanes,  Edward  Gray  esq.  see  Mordington 365 

Cessnock     castle,   J.    Harling   Turner    esq.    j.p.   see 

Galston    249 

Champfleurie,   Stair    Hathorn  Johnston-Stewart  esq. 

J.p.  see  Linlithgow    997 

Charleton,  Col.  John  Anstruther-Thomson  v.D.,  D.L., 

J.P.  see  Kilconquha  r 596 

Charterhall,  Maj.-Gen.  Henry  Trotter  d.l.  see  Fogo...  360 

Chesters,  Mrs.  T.  E.  Ogilvie,  see  Ancrum  1236 

Chesthill,  Major  William  James  Breadalbane  Stewart- 

Menzies  esq.  j.p.  see  Fortingall 1072 

Clachnofaire,  Sir  Fras.  Boyd  Outram  bart.  see  Pitlochry  1111 
Clathick   house,  Capt.   William  Campbell  Colquhoun 

J.p.  see  Monzievaird 1085 

Clatto  house,  Malcolm  Low  esq.  see  Kemback   595 

Cleddans,  Mrs.  Rankin,  see  New  Monkland 967 

Cleghorn   house,   William   Eliott-Lockhatt  esq.   d.l., 

j.p.  see  Lanark  959 

Clement  park,  Miss  Cox,  see  Lochee,  Dundee 682 

Clerkington,  Archibald  C.  Douglas-Dick  esq.  see  Had- 
dington      80S 

Clermiston  house,  Colvin  Macfie  esq.  see  Corstorphine  508 
Cleughbrae,  Sir  Robert  Threshie  Reid  Q.c,  B.C.,  J.P., 

m.p.  seeMouswald     492 

Clifton  hall,  John  D.  Bell  esq.  see  Kirkliston  995 

Clifton  park,  Robt.  Hy.  Elliot  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Linton  1251 

Cloanden,  Mrs.  Haldane,  see  Auchterarder 1045 

Clova,   Hugh   Gordon   Lumsden  esq.    d.l.,   j.p.    see 

Auchindoir      103 

Cluny  castle,  Lady  Gordon  Cathcart,  see  Cluny 108 

Cluny  castle,  Brigadier-General  Ewen  Henry  Davidson 

MacphersonD.L. ,  j.p.  see  Laggan 858 

Colgrain,  Willi  am  Campbell  esq.  see  Cardross   416 

Colinton  house,  Col.  John  M.  Trotter  j.p.  see  Colinton  507 

Coltness  house,  Mrs.  Houldsworth,  see  Cambusnethan  934 
Comlogon  castle,  A  rthur  Henry  Johnstone-Douglas  esq. 

d.l.  j.p.  c.c.  see  Ruthwell  493 

Conaglen  house,  Earl  of  Morton,  see  Ardgour    166 

Conheath  house,  David  Watson  Rannie  esq.  j.p.  see 

Glencaple,  Caerlaverock 449 

Conon  house,  Sir  Kenneth  Smith  Mackenzie  bart.  j.p. 

seeConon  Bridge,  Urquhart  1232 

Coodham,  Sir  William  Henry  Houldsworth  bart.  m.p., 

d.l.,  j.p.  see  Symington 302 

Corehouse,  Charies  J.  Edmondstoune-Cranstoun,  see 

Lanark    960 

Cormiston  towers,  R.  Chrystal  esq.  see  Liberton   967 

Cormiston  towers,  Daniel  W.  Collyer  esq.  see  Liberton  967 

Corraith,  Lawrence  Thomson  esq.  see  Symington 302 

Corrybrough  house,  Herbert  C.  Malkin  esq.  see  Moy  858 
Corsbie    house,   Major   Basil  Lloyd  Anstruther,  see 

Penningham  1356 

Corswall   house,   Colonel   Sir   David   Carrick   Robert 

Carrick-Buchanan  k.c.b.,  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Kirkcolm  ...  1350 

Cortachy  castle,  Earl  of  Airlie  d.l.  see  Cortachy 677 




Coul,  Sir  Arthur  George  Ramsay  Mackenzie  bart.  d.l., 

j.p.  see  Contin  1213 

Coul  house,  Sir  Arthur  Geo.  Ramsay  Mackenzie  bart. 

d.l.,  j. p.  see  Strathpeffer  1228 

Courance,  Jn.  Seton  Wightmanesq.J.p.seeKirkmichael  481 
Courthill,  Charles  James  Murray  d.l.,  j.p.,  m.p.  see 

Kishorn,  Lochcarron 1225 

Couston,  Andrew  Whitton  esq.  j.p.  see  Newtyle 792 

Cowdenknowes,  Col.  Charles  Hope  j.p.  see  Earlston  ...  358 
Cow  hill  tower,  Wm.  Johnston  esq.  J.P.  see  Holy  wood  479 
Craig  castle,  William  Penny  Craik  esq.  see  Rhynie  ...  151 
Craigbarnet,Capt.Miller  Graham-Stirling,  see  Campsie  1291 
Craigcleuch,  General  Sir  John  Alexander  Ewart  k.c.b., 

j  p.  see  Westerkirk  498 

Craigdarroch,  Capt.  Robert  Cutler  Fergusson  j.p.  see 

Glencairn  477 

Craigend  castle,  Sir  James  Buchanan  bart.  d.l.,  j.p. 

see  Strathblane  1335 

Craigends,  John  Charles  Cuninghame  esq.  d.l.,  j  p. 

see  Kilbarchan   1165 

Craigengillan,  Alexander  Frederick  McAdam  esq.  see 

Dalmellington    242 

Craigforth  house,  James  Couperesq.  see  St.  Ninians...  131S 
Craighall,  Lt.-Gen.  Sir  James  Clerk-Rattray  K  c.b., 

d.l.,  J.p.  see  Rattray    1113 

Craighlaw,  Mrs.  Fleming  Hamilton,  see  Kirkcowan  ...  1350 
Craighton,  James  Cameron  Dun  Waters  esq.  seeFintry  1307 

Craigie  hall,  Adam  P.  Cross  esq.  see  Dalmeny   994 

Craigie  house,  James  A.  Campbell  esq.  see  Ayr 216 

Craigievar  castle,  Lord  Sempill  v.D.,  d.l.,  j.p.   see 

Loechel-Cushnie 135 

Craigmore,  Mrs.  Campbell,  see  Onieh,  Kilmalie 85s 

Craignish  castle,  Fredk.  Charles  Trench  Gascoigne  esq. 

v.D.,  j.p.  see  Craignish    173 

Craigruie,  John  Stewart  M'Donald  esq.  see  Balquhidder  1048 
Craigston  castle,  Lt.-Col.    Francis  Edward  Romulus 

Pollard  TJrquhart  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Turriff 158 

Crailing  house, Major  James  Paton  d.l., j.p. see  Crailing  1238 
Crathes  castle,  Lt.-Col.  Sir  Thomas  Burnett  bart.  d.l., 

j.p.  see  Banchory-Ternan    871 

Crawford  priory,   Hon.  Thomas  Horatio  Arthur   E. 

Cochrane  m.p.,   j.p.   &  Lady   Gertrude  J.  G.  see 

Springfield 639 

Crawfordton,  Lady  Walker,  see  Glencairn  477 

Crawfurdland   castle,    Lieut. -Col.    William   Reginald 

Houison-Craufurd  j.p.  see  Kilmarnock 264 

Crimonmogate,  Lady  Carnegie,  see  Lonmay   137 

Cringletie,  James  Wolfe  Murray  esq.  see  Eddleston  ...  1027 
Cromarty  house,  Major  Walter   Charteris   Ross,    see 

Cromarty    1213 

Cromlix,  Hon.    Capt.   Arthur  Hay-Drummond  K.N., 

d.l.,  j.p.  see  Dunblane 1066 

Crookedholm  house,  David  Hall  esq.  see  Crookedholm, 

Kilmarnock 273 

Crookston  John  Borthwick  esq.  j.p.  see  Stow 529 

Culereach,  James  Cameron  Dun  Waters  esq.  see  Fintry  1307 
Culdees  castle,  Robert  Thomas  Napier  Speir  esq.  d.l., 

j.p.  see  Muthill 1086 

Cullen  house,  Caroline  Countess  Dowager   of  Seafield, 

seeCullen   319 

Culloden  house,  Mrs.  Thomson-Sinclair,  see  Inverness    840 

Culross  park,  Mrs.  B.  H.  Davidson,  see  Culross 576 

Culter  house,  John  Colville  esq.  m.p.,  j.p.  see  Culter  947 
Cultoquhey,  James  Maxtone  Graham  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Fowlis  Wester 1073 

Culzean    castle,    Marquess     of    Ailsa  d.l.,   j.p.   see 

Kirkoswald 284 

Cumbernauld  house,  Major  Vans-Agnew,  see  Cumber- 
nauld        4lg 

Cumloden, Earl  of  Galloway  K.T.,D.L.,j.p.seeMinnigaff    908 

Currie  house,  Walter  Brown  esq.  see  Borthwick 504 

Cushnie  house,  Col.  Sir  William  Samuel  Seton  bart. 

d.l.  see  Loechel-Cushnie 135 

Dalarran  lodge,  Augustus  Frederick  Montague  Spalding 

esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Balmaclellan  894 

Dalawoodie,  Captain  Seymour  Campbell  Johnston,  see 

Holy  wood    479 

Dalhousie  castle,  Mrs.  Thomas  McDougal,  see  Cockpen  507 
Dalkeith  house,   Duke  of  Buccleuch  &  Queensberry 

K.o.,  k.t.,  D.L.,  j.p.  see  Dalkeith  ... 511 

Dall  house,  Thomas  Frederick  Charles  Vernon- Went- 

worth   esq.    m.a.,    j.p.    &    Lady    Harriet    A.    see 



Dalmahoy,  Dowager  Countess  of  Morton,  see  Ratho  ...  527 
Dalmeny  park,  Earl  of  Rosebery  K.G.,  k.t.,  P.O.,  LL.D. 

(Lord  Lieutenant  of  Linlithgowshire),  see  Dalmeny  994 

Dalmoak  castle,  James  Aiken  esq.  see  Dumbarton 420 

Dalskairth  house,  William  Allan  Coates,  see  Troqueer  910 
Dalvey  house,  Major  Norman  McLeod  j.p.  see  Dyke...     535 

Dalwick  house,   Mrs.  Balfour,  see  Drumelzier   1027 

Dalzell  house,  Lord  Hamilton  of  Dalzell  d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Dalzell 947 

Dankeith,  Captain  Mann  Thomson,  see  Symington  ...     302 

Dargavel,  James  Kerr  esq.  see  Bishopton,  Erskine 1028 

Darnaway  castle,  Earl  of  Moray  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Forres    547 
Darn  hall,  Lord  Elibank  j.p.  (Lord  Lieut,  of  Peebles- 
shire), see  Eddleston 1027 

Darnick    tower,    Andrew    Grainger   Heiton  esq.    see 

Darnick,  Melrose  1252 

Dean  (The),  Andrew  Rintoul  esq.  see  Kilmarnock 264 

Deanston  house,  Sir  John  Muir  bart.  d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Deanston,  Kilmadock  1077 

Dechmont  house,  Mrs.  Madden,  see  Livingstone 999 

Delgatycastle.AinslieDouglasAinslieesq.D.L.seeTurriff  158 
Delvine,Sir  Alex.  Muir-Mackenzie  bart.  d.l. see  Caputh  1056 
Dinnet  house,  J.  C.  Barclay  Harvey  esq.  see  Dinnet...  114 
Dochfour,  James  Evan  Bruce  Baillie  esq.  m.p.,  d.l., 

j.p.  see  Inverness 838 

Dollars,  Mrs.  Carleton  Tufnell,  see  Hurlford  253 

Dollerie,  Anthony  G.  Murray  esq.  j.p.  see  Madderty  1083 
Donisbristle  park,  Earl  of  Moray  m.a.,  d.l.,  o.p.  see 

Aber  lour 563 

Doonholm,  James  Kennedy  esq.  see  Alloway    210 

Doon  park,  Alexander  Mathieson  esq.  j.p.  see  Kinloss  546 
Doonside,   William   Hamilton   Dunlop   d.l.,  j.p.   see 

Alloway    210 

Dorlinhouse,LordHoward  ofGlossop.seeArdnamurchan  166 
Dormont  house,  John  J.  J.  Keswick  esq.  see  Dalton...  431 
Douglas  castle,  Earl  of  Home  a.d.c,  v.d.,  d.l.,  j.p. 

see  Douglas    948 

Douglas  Support,  The  Rev.  Sholto  Douglas  Campbell- 
Douglas,  ma.,  j.p.  see  Coatbridge 940 

Doune   lodge,    Earl    of    Moraj'   m.a.,  d.l.,  j.p.     see 

Kilmadock  1077 

Doune  of  Rothiemurchus,  John  Peter  Grant  esq.  b.a.  , 

LL.B.,  D.L.,  j.p.  see  Rothiemurchus  831 

Downie  park,  Earl  of  Airlie  D.L.  see  Tannadice 794 

Dreghorn  castle,  Thomas  Ford  esq.  see  Colinton 507 

Drimneil  house,  Wm.  Laurie  M.D.,  J.P.   see  Appin 165 

Drumlanrig  castle,  Duke  of  Buccleuch  &  Queensberry 

k.g.,k.t.  (Lord  Lieut. of  Dumfrie*shire)seeDurisdeer    475 
Drummuir  castle,  Thomas  Duff  Gordon-Duff  esq.  D.L., 

j.p.  see  Botriphnie    316 

Drummond  castle,  Earl  of  Ancaster  p.c,  d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Muthill 1086 

Drummond  park, Donald  Davidson  esq.  J.  P.  seelnverness  838 
Drummore,  Col.  William  Aitchison,  see  Prestonpans...  811 
Drnmpark,  Duncan  James  Kay  esq.  j.p.  see  Irongray, 

Kirkpatrick-Irongray   907 

Drumpellier   house.  Col.    Sir   David   Carrick    Robert 

Carriek-Buchanan  K.C.B. ,  D.L.,  J.P.  see  Coatbridge     940 

Drunearn  house,  Spencer  Shelley  esq.  seeComrie 1038 

Dryburgh  abbey,  Lady  Orr-Ewing,  see  Mertoun    365 

Dryburgh  abbey, DowagerLadyOrr-Ewing, see  Mertoun    363 

Dryburgh  house,  The  Misses  Baillie,  see  Mertoun  363 

Duart,  William  Murray  Guthrie  esq.  seeCraignure.Mull  194 
Duchal  house,  Sir  Michael  Robert  Shaw  Stewart  bart. 

d.l.,    j.p.    (Lord.    Lieut,    of    Renfrewshire),    see 

Kilmalcolm     1166 

Duchry  castle,  J.  C.  Bolton  esq.  see  Drymen 1294 

Duddingston      house,      General     Henry     Alexander 

Cockburn,  see  Duddingston    5*4 

Dudhope  house,  Wm.  B.  Robertson  esq.  j.p.  see  Dundee    694 

Duff  house,  Duke  of  Fife  k.t. ,  d.l.  see  Banff 313 

Duffus  house,  Sir  Archibald  Hamilton  Dunbar  bart. 

d.l. ,  j.p.  see  Duffus    333 

Dumcrieff  house,  Walter  Macfarlane  esq.  see  Moffat...  490 
Dumfries  house, Marquess  of  Bute  K.T.,J.P.seeCumnock  238 
Dun  house,  James  Morton  Peto  Campbell  esq.  j.p.  see 

Dun  678 

Dunalastair  house,  James  Clark  Bunten  esq.  d.l.  see 

Kinloch-Rannoch   1079 

Dunbeath  castle,  Sir  John  Rose  George  Sinclair  bart. 

j.p.  see  Dunbeath,  Lybster     3^5 

Duncow,  John  Crabbeen  j.p.  see  Kirkmahoe    481 

Duncraig  castle,  Sir  Kenneth  James  Matheson  bart. 

d.l.,  j.p.  see  Lochalsh 1223 

Duncrub  park,  Lord  Rollo  f.b.g.s.,  p.s.a.,  d.l.  see 

Dunning 1070 

Dundas  castle,  James  Russel  esq.  j.p.  see  Dalmeny  ...  994 
Dundhu,  Lieut. -Col.  Hy.  Robt.  Eyre  j.p.  see  Aberfoyle  1041 
Dundonnell,  Sir  John  Edward  Moss  bart.  see  Dundon- 

nell,  Lochbroom  1224 




Dimecht  house,  Alexander  Charles  Pirie,  seeDunecht       115 

Dunfallandy,  Miss  Fergusson,  see  Moulin    1085 

Dunglass,  Sir  Basil  Francis  Hall  bart.  d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Oldhamstoeks    809 

Dunipace  house,  John  A.  Harvie-Brown  esq.  j.p.  see 

Larbert   1313 

Dunira,  Sir  Sidney  James  Dundas  bart.  see  Comrie  1058 
Dunkeld  house,  Duke  of  Atholl  K.T.  (Lord  Lieutenant 

of  Perthshire),  see  Dunkeld    1068 

Dunlop  house,  Major  James  Francis  Dalrymple-Hay 

j.p.,  see  Dunlop     247 

Dunmore,  Allan  Gilmore  esq.  see  Kilcalmonell 186 

Dunmore  park,  Claud  H.  Hamilton  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Airth   1285 

Dunnichen  house,  Mrs.  Dickson,  see  Dunnichen,  Forfar  761 
Dunnikier  house,   John   Oswald   esq.    d.l.,   j.p.    see 

Kirkcaldy    603 

Dunniuald  Castle,  Capt.  John  Stansfeid,  see  Craig  ...  677 
Dunnottar  house,  William  Ritchie  esq.  see  Dunnottar  874 
Dunphail,  Earl  of  Elgin  G.C.S.I.,  G.C.I.E.,  p.c,  D.C.L. 

see  Edinkillie 535 

Dunragit  house,  John  Charles  Cuninghame  esq.  D.L. , 

j.p.  see  Glenluce,  Old  Luce     1353 

Dunrobiri  castle,  Duke  of  Sutherland  k.g.  (Lord  Lieut. 

otSutherlandshire),  see  Golspie 1342 

Duns  castle,  Robert  Mordaunt  Hay  esq.  see  Duns 356 

Dunsinane,     Robert    Holms-Keir    esq.  j.p.     see   St. 

Martins    1114 

Dunsinnan,  James  Mackay  Bernard  esq.  see  Collace...  1058 
Dunstaffnage  castle,  Alexander  J.  H.   Campbell  esq. 

d.l.,  j.p.  see  Dunstaffnage,  Oban    195 

Duntreath  castle,   Sir  Archibald   Edmonstone    bart. 

d.l.  see  Strathblane 1335 

Dunure  house,  George  While  esq.  see  Dunure,  Maybole  289 
Dunvegan  castle,  TheMacIeod  of  Macleod  cm. a.,  d.l., 

J.p.  see  Dunvegan,  Durrinish 860 

Dupplin  castle,  Earl  of  KinnoullD. l.,j.p.  see  Aberdalgie  1040 
Durie  house,  Robert  Maitland  Christie  esq.   j.p.   see 

Scoonie    639 

Durris  house,  Hy.  Rt.  Baird  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Durris  875 
Dyrock  house,  Fk.  Shaw  Kennedy  esq.  seeliirkmichael  283 
D3'sart  house,  Michael  B.  Nairn  esq.  j.p.  see  Dysart...     590 

Eaglescarnie,  Miss  Stuart,  see  Bolton  801 

Eaglesham  house,  Allan  Gilmour  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Eaglesham 1126 

Earlshall, Robert  W.R.  Mackenzie  esq.  j.p.  seeLeuchars  621 
Earlston  house,  Col.   Sir  William  Gordon  bart.  d.l. 

see  Borgue 895 

Ecclesgreig,  Frederick  Grant  Forsyth  Grant  esq.  see 

St.  Cyrus 880 

Eccles  house,  James  Lewis  Greig  esq.  j.p.  see  Eccles  359 
Eden    hall,    Col.   Thomas   Alford    Houston-Boswall- 

Preston,  see  Kelso     1249 

Edcnwood,  Alex.  Macdonald  esq.  j.p.  see  Cupar-Fife...  578 
Edgerston  house,  William  Edward  Oliver-Rutherfurd 

esq.  j.p.  see  Edgerston 1238 

Edinchip,  Lady  Helen  L.  MacGregor,  see  Balquhidder  1047 
Edingight  house,  Sir  John  Innes  bait.   (Vice-Lieut. 

of  Banffshire),  j.p.  see  Grange  323 

Edinlassie,  Sir  Charles  Forbes  bart.  seeStrathdon 154 

Edradynate,  James  Stewart  Robertson   esq.   j.p.    see 

Grantully 1074 

Eglinton   castle,   Earl  of  Eglinton  &  Winton   (Lord 

Lieut,  of  Ayrshire),  see  Kilwinning 282 

Eildon  hall,  Earl  of  Dalkeith  m.p.,  d.l.  see  Melrose  ...  1252 
Elibank  castle,  Lord  Elibank  d.l.,  j.p.  (Lord  Lieut,  of 

Peebles-shire),  see  Yarrow 1269 

Elie  house,  William  Baird  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see  E lie  591 

Eliock,  Rev.  Henry  G.  J.  Veitch,  see  Sanquhar  494 

Elliston  house,  Hon.  George  Grey  Dalrymple  d.l.,  j.p. 

see  St.  Boswells 1256 

Ellon  castle,  Arthur  John  Lewis  Gordon  esq.  cm.g., 

d.l.,  j.p.  see  Ellon  116 

Enterkine,  John  Bell  esq.  J.P.  see  Tarbolton  303 

Erchless   castle,   Mrs.    Chisholm    (of  Chisholm),  see 

Erchless,  Kiltarlity    856 

Erigmore,  Charles  Bowman  Logan  esq.  see  Birnam  ...  1069 

Ernspie,  Mrs.  Lawrence,  see  Crossmichael  899 

Errol  park,  Sir  William  Ogilvy  Dalgleish  bart.  d.l., 

j.p.  see  Errol 1071 

Erskine  house,  Lord  Blantyre  d.l.  see  Erskine  1128 

Esslemont,   Henry  Wolrige-Gordon  esq.  d.l. ,  j.p.  see 

Ellon    116 

Ethie  castle,  Earl  of  Northesk  j.p.  see  Inverkeilor 772 

Failford  house,  Jn.  Lawrie  Coulson  esq.  see  Tarbolton  303 
Fairburn,  John  Stirling  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Urray  1232 


Fairlie  house,   Colonel  John    A.  S.  Cuninghame,  see 

Gatehead,  Kilmarnock... 281 

Farraline,  Capt.  Jas.  William  Fraser  (of  Balnain),  see 

Dores   830 

Farraluinn,  Sir  Francis  Powell  R.w.s.  see  Dunoon  ...  174 
Fasque,  Captain  Sir  John  Robert  Gladstone  bart.  d.l., 

j.p.  see  F'ettercairn    875 

Fawsyde  house,  Thomas  L.  R.  see  Kinneff  877 
Ferguslie  park,   Sir  Thomas  Glen  Glen-Coats   bart. 

d.l.  see  Paisley 1173 

Fernre  castle, Major  Francis  W.Balfour, j. p. seeMonimail  627 
Fettercairn  house,  Hon.  Charles  John  Albert  Hepburn- 

Stuart-F'orbes-Trefusis  d.l.,  j.p.  &  Lady  Jane  Grey, 

see  Fettercairn 875 

Fetteresso  castle,  Robt.  William  Duff  esq. see  Fetteresso  876 
Fettemear  house,  Charles  S.  Leslie  esq.  see  Kemnay..  131 
F'eugh  cottage,  John  William  Edward  James  Douglass 

esq.  see  Banchory-Ternan   871 

Finavon  castle,  Lieut. -Col.  Charles  Greenhill-Gardyne 

d.l.,  j.p.  see  Oathlaw  ,     792 

Fingask  castle,  Frederick  B.  Sharpeesq.  see  Kilspindie  1078 
Finlaystone  house,  George  Jardine  Kidston  esq.    see 

Kilmalcolm n65 

Fintray  house,  Lord  Playfair,  see  Fintray  117 

Finzean  house,  Robert  Farquharson  esq.  at. p.,  m.d., 

d.l.,  j.p.  seeBirse 105 

Floors  castle,  Duke  of  Roxburghe,  see  Kelso    1248 

Flowerburn,  Mrs.  Mackenzie,  see  Fortrose  1217 

Foggyley,  Arthur  J.  Cox  esq.  see  Lochee,  Dundee 691 

F'orbes  court,  Right  Rev.  Hugh  Willoughby  Jermyn 

d.d.  (Bishop  of  Brechin),  see  Broughty  Ferry 669 

Fordell  house,  Hon.  Hew  Adam  Dalrymple  Hamilton 

Haldane-Duncan-Mercer-Henderson  D.L.seeDalgetty     581 

Forglen  house,  Lady  Abercromby,  see  Forglen  322 

Forse  hall,EdwardWilliam  David  Baird  esq.  seeLybster  385 
Fothringham  house,  Walter  Thos.  James  Scrymsoure- 

Steuart-Fothringham  esq.  D.L.,  J.p.  see  Inverarity  772 
Foulden  house,  James  B.  Wilkie  esq.  j.p.  seeFoulden  361 
Foulis  castle,  Lieut.-Col.  Sir  Hector  Munro  bart.  d.l., 

j.p.  seeKiltearn 1221 

Fountain  hall,  Sir  Thomas  North  Dick-Lauder  bart. 

see  Pencaitland  810 

Freefield,  Miss  Leith,  see  Rayne    151 

Freeland,  Collingwcod  Lindsay  Wood  esq.  d.l.,  j.p. 

see  Forgandenny  1072 

Fullarton  house,  Matthew  Arthur  esq.  see  Dundonald  247 
Fyvie castle,  Alex.  Jn.  Forbes-Leith  esq.  j.p.  seeFyvie..  123 
Gairloch,  Sir  Kenneth  Smith  Mackenzie  bart.  j.p.  see 

Gairloch 1218 

Gala  house,  John  Henry  Francis  Kinnaird  Scott  esq. 

d.l.,  j.p.  see  Galashiels    1262 

Galloway  house,  Major  Johnston,  see  Sorbie 1358 

Gardyne  castle,  Alexander  Lyell  esq.  j.p.  see  Kirkden  774 
Gargunnock  house,  Col.  John  S.  Stirling  j.p.  see  Gar- 

gunnock  I3°7 

Garnkirk  house,  Major  Alex.  Sprot,  see  (farnkirk  ...  931 
Garrion  tower,  James  Scott  esq.  see  Cambusnethan  ...  934 
Garscadden  house,   Thomas   Reid  esq.  jun.  see  New 

Kilpatrick 433 

Garscube  house,  Lady  Campbell,  see  New  Kilpatrick...  433 
Garth,    Sir  Donald   Currie   g.c.m.g.,   m.p.,   d.l.   see 

Fortingall    i°72 

Garthland,    Henry    MacDowall    esq.    d.l. ,   j.p.    see 

Lochwinnoch 1168 

Gartincaler,  Jn.  Burn-Murdoch  esq.  j.p.  see  Kilmadock  1077 
Gartsherrie,  Capt.  George  F'rederick  Russell  Colt  d.  l.  , 

j.p.  see  Coatbridge   940 

Gartshore,    Alexander   Whitelaw  esq.    d.l.,   j.p.    see 

Kirkintilloch    434 

Garvald,  William  Allan- Woddrop  esq.   d.l.,  j.p.  see 

West  Linton  1029 

Garvock  house,  Col.Conyngham  M'Alpine.see  Dunning  1070 
Gask  house,  Thomas  Laurence  Kington-Oliphant  esq. 

see  Findo  Gask 1072 

Geanies,  Capt.  William  Hugh  Eric  Murray  esq.  j.p. 

see  Fearn 1216 

Gelston  castle,  Edward  Wright  Wrigley  esq.  see  Kelton  903 
Gillingshill,  Henry  Torrens  Anstruther   esq.  m.p.  see 

Pittenween ••     632 

Gilmerton,  John  Kerr  esq.  see  Athelstaneford 798 

Girdsting  wood,  John  M'Dowall  esq.  J.P.  see  Rerrick  909 
Glaisnock  house,  Capt.  R.  Mitchell  Campbell  j.p.  see 

Cumnock 239 

Glamis  castle,  Earl  of  Strathmore  &  Kinghorne  D.L., 
j.p.  see  Glamis 771 




Glasluue,  Right  Hon.  John  Blair  Balfour  p. a,  m.p.  see 

North  Berwick   799 

Glasserton  house,  Robert  H.  Johnston-Stewart  esq. 

d.l.,  j.p.  see  Glasserton  1349 

Gledfield  house,  Sir  Kenneth  James  Matheson  bart. 

(of  Loehalsh)  d.l.  &  J.p.  see  Gledfield,  Ardgay  1222 

Glen  (The),  Sir  Chas.  Tennant  bart.  d.l.  see  Traquair  1033 

Glen  App,  Jos.  Charlesworth  esq.  see  Ballantrae    233 

Glenartney  lodge,  Earl  of  Ancaster  p.c.,  d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Comrie 1058 

Glenbarr  abbey,  Major  Matthew  Chas.    B.  McAlister 

J.P.  see  Glenbarr,  Killean  187 

Glencaird,  John  MeKie  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Minnigaff  ...     908 
Glen  Carradale,  Austin  MacKenzie  esq.  see  Carradale, 

Saddell 199 

Glencarron    lodge,   Lord    Wimborne    d.l.,    j.p.    see 

Lochearron 1225 

Glenoorse  house,  Mrs.  Pitman,  see  Glencorse 515 

Glencreggan  house,  Col.  Smollett  M.  Eddington  d.l., 

J.P,  see  Glenbarr  188 

Glendye,  Sir  John  Robert  Gladstone  bart.  d.l.,  j.p., 

see  Strachan 883 

Gleneagles,  Earl  of  Camperdown  d.l., J. p.  see  Blackford  1048 
Glenferness,  Earl  of  Leven  &  Melville  d.l.  seeArdclach  1005 
Glenfiddich  lodge,  Duke  of  Richmond  &  Gordon  K.G. , 
P.O.,  ll.d.,d.c.l.  (Lord  Lieutenant  of  Banffshire), 

see  Dufftown 321 

Glenforsa,  Lieut. -Col.  Charles Greenhill-Gardyne d.l., 

j.p.  see  Aros  Mull 194 

Glenisla  house,  Sir  John  George  Smyth  Kinloch  bart. 

M.P.,  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Folda ." 771 

G\en-Kyllachie,  William  Dalziel  Mackenzie  esq.  M.A., 

d.l.,  j.p.  see  Moy 858 

Glenlaggan,  Col.  Patrick  Sanderson  J.  p.  see  Parton  ...  908 
Glenlair   house,    Andrew    Wedderburn-Maxwell    esq. 

j.p.  see  Parton  908 

Glcnlca  house,  Alex.  R.  Miller  esq.  see  Hamilton  950 

Glenlee,  Prince  Smith  esq.  see  Kells 902 

Glenmazeran,  Major-Gen.  James  Gunter,  see  Moy   ...     858 

Glenogil,  Miss  Lyon,  see  Tannadice 794 

Glcnogil  house,  Stephen  Williamson  esq.  see  Tannadice  794 
Glenormiston  house,  Michael  G.   Tiiorburn  esq.  j.p. 

see  Innerleithen 1C28 

Glen  Stuart,  Sir  Alexander  Beaumont  Churchill  Dixie 

bart.  see  Cummertrees    451 

Glentana  house,  Sir  William  Cunliffe  Brooks  bart.  see 

Aboyne    101 

Glentrnim,  Lieut. -Col.  Lachlan  Macpherson  d.l.,  j.p. 

see  Laggan 858 

Glenturret,  Rt.  Hon.Sir  Jn.Rigby  P.O.,  Q.C.  see  Monzie- 

vaird 1085 

Glorat,  Sir  Charles  Elphinstone  Fleming  Stirling  bart. 

D.L.,  J.p.  see  Campsie  1291 

Gogar  house,  J.  M.  Morries  Stirling  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Blair  Logie,  Logie 1315 

Goldielea,  John  Hutton  Balfour  Browne  esq.  Q.c,  d.l., 

j.p.  see  Troqueer   910 

Gollanlield,  Sir  Wm.  Orr-Ewing  bart.  see  Ardersier...  827 
Gordon  castle,  Duke  of  Richmond  &  Gordon  k.g.,  p.c. 

(Lord  Lieutenant  of  Banffshire),  see  Fochabers 546 

Gordonstown   house,   Sir   William  Gordon    Gordon- 

Cumming  bart.  j.p.  see  Duffus 533 

Gorton  house,  A.   Campbell   Fraser  esq.    d.c.l.   see 

Rosewell 527 

Gosford  house,  Earl  of  Wemyss  &  March,  e.  l.,  v.d.  see 

Aberlady .' 798 

Grremesha'll,   Alexander  M.    Sutherland-Graeme  esq. 

J.P.  see  Holm 1015 

Graigenveoeh,  Admiral  Right  Hon.  Sir  John   Charles 
Dalrymple-Hay  bart.    P.C,    K.C.B.,    D.C.L.,  F.E.S., 

f.r.g.s.,  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Glenluce,  Old  Luce  1353 

Grange  (The),  Miss  Anderson,  see  Monifieth 781 

Grange  hall,  James  Grant-Peterkin  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Forres  S47 

Grange  hill,  John  Fullarton  Patrick  esq.  see  Beith  ...  234 
Grangemuir,    Walter  Douglas  Irvine  esq.    d.l.,   j.p. 

see  Pittenween   632 

Grantully  castle,  Lady  Douglas  Stewart,  see  Grantully  1074 
Greenfield  House,  David  Thomson  esq.  j.p.  see  Alloa  397 
Greigston,  Major  Henry  J.  Cowan-Graham-Bonar,  see 

Cupar-Fife S78 

Gr-i-shornish,     Kenneth    Macleod    Robertson-Macleod 

esq.  j.p.  see  Duirinish 860 

Gribton,  Henry  Lamont  esq.  see  Holywood 479 

Grobdale,  Alex.  Livingstone  esq.  J.p.  see  Balmaghie...     894 

Grove  (The),  Maxwell  Hyslop  Maxwell  esq.   j.p.  see 

Irongray,  Kirkpatrick-Irongray 907 

Guisachan  house,   Lord  Tweedmouth  p.c,  d.l.,  j.p, 

see  Kiltarlity  856 

Guthrie   castle,  Capt.  John  Douglas  Maude  Guthrie 

J.P.  see  Guthrie 771 

Guynd  (The),  Col.  Thomas  Heathcote  Ochterlony  j.p. 

see  Carmyllie 674 

Haddo  house,  Earl  of  Aberdeeno.  cm.g.  ,p.  0.  see  Methlick  140 
Hailie,  James  Stevenson  esq.  F.R.S.E.,F.R.o.s.see  Largs  285 
Haining  (The),    Professor  A.  Seth  Pringle-Pattison, 

ll.d.  see  Selkirk   1266 

Hairshaw  lodge,  Jas.  Brown  Paton  esq.  see  Kilmarnock  264 
Halkshill,  Col.  John  Scott,  en.,  v.d.,  f.r.s.e.  see  Largs  285 
Halleaths,  Jas.  Johnstone  Keswick  esq.  j.p.  see  Loch- 

maben 485 

Hallyburton  house,   William  D.  G.  Menzies  esq.  j.p. 

see  Kettins 773 

Hamilton   palace,   Duke   of   Hamilton  &  Brandon  & 

Chatelherault  d.l.  see  Hamilton    950 

Hangingshaw    (The),    Capt.    James    H.    L'Estrange 

Johnstone  jr.e.,  j.p.  see  Yarrow 1269 

Harden,  Lord   Polwarth   d.l.,   j.p.    (Lord   Lieut,    of 

Selkirkshire),  see  Roberton 1255 

Hardington  house,  Thomas  Balmain  esq.  see  Wiston..  985 
Hartrigge  house,  Lord  Stratheden  &  Campbell  d.l., 

j.p.  see  Jedburgh  „ 1245 

Harviestoun  castle,  John  Hutcheson  Kerr  esq.  see  Dollar  406 
Hatton  castle,  Maj.  Garden  Alexander  Duff  D.l..,  J.p. 

see  Turriff  157 

Hatton  house,  James  McKelvie  esq.  see  Ratho    527 

Hattonburn,  Henry  James  Montgomery  esq.  d.l.,  j.p. 

see  Orwell  889 

Haughton,  Miss  Farquharson,  see  Alford 102 

Hawkhead  house,  William  Stevenson  esq.  see  Paisley  1173 
Hawtbornden,  Sir  James  Hamlyn  Williams-Drum rnond 

bart.  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Lasswade  518 

Hendersyde  park,  Sir  Richard  John   Waldie-Griitith 

bart.  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Ednam  1239 

Hensol,    Richard  Dunning   Barre    Cuninghame    esq. 

d.l.,  J.p.  see  Balmaghie    894 

Herdmanstown,  Mrs.  Congreve,  see  West  Salton    811 

Hirsel  (The), Earl  of  Home  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Coldstream...     354 

Hoddam  castle,  Edward  Brook  esq.  see  Hoddam   476 

Holme  Rose,  Mrs.  Rose,  see  Croy 829 

Holmes,  Mrs.  1'airlie,  see  Hurlford    253 

Holmes,  Daniel  Norman  Ritchie  esq.  see  St.  BoswelPs  1256 
Holylee,Major  Jas. Llewellyn  Evans  j. p.see  Innerleithen  1028 
Hopetoun  house,  Earl  of  Hopetoun  g.o.m.g.,  p.c.  see 

Abercorn     988 

House  of  Falkland,  Marquess  of  Bute  k.t.  see  Falkland  592 
Houston  house,  Alexander  Archibald  Spiers  esq.  d.l., 

j.p.  see  Houston    1162 

Houstoun  house,  John  Campbell  Shairp  esq.  j.p.  see 

Uphall 1001 

Hunterstou   house,    Lieut. -Col.    Gould    H.    Hunter- 

Weston  j.p.  see  West  Kilbride    260 

Huntlyburn  house,  Mrs.  Sprot,  see  Melrose    1252 

Hutton  castle,  Lord  Tweedmouth  p.c,  d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Hutton     363 

Idvies    house,    John   Sharp   Callender   Brodie     bart. , 

j.p.  see  Kirkden    774 

Inch  bouse, MajorRobt.G.Gordon-Gilmour,seeLiberton     519 

lnchdairnie,  Mrs.  Chalmers,  see  Kinglassie 600 

Inchmarlo  cottage,  Misses  Davidson,   see  Banchory- 

Ternan    871 

Inchmarlo  house,  Duncan  Davidson  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Banchory-Ternan 871 

Inchyre,  John  Edward  E.  Corstorphine  esq.  see  Abdie  563 
Inglewood,  Alexander  Paton  Forrester  Paton  esq.  j.p. 

see  Alloa 397 

Innes  house,  James  Williamson  esq.  see  Elgin  538 

Inveraray  castle,  Duke  of  Argyll  K.G.,  K.T.,  p.c  (Lord 

Lieut,  of  Argyllshire),  see  Inveraray 179 

Invercauld  house,  Alexander  H.  I'arquharsou  esq.  see 

Braemar no 

Invercoe    house,  The   Rt.    Hon.    Lord  Strathcona   & 

Mount  Royal  p.c,  G. cm.g.   see  Ballachulish  South     167 
Inverewe,  Osgood  Hanbury  Mackenzie  d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Poolewe  1226 

Invergordon  castle, Capt.Roderick  Willoughby  Macleod 

d.l.,  j.p.  see  Rosskeen 1228 

Invergowrie  house,   Capt.   George    David    Clayhills- 

Benderson  r.n.,  j.p.  see  Invergowrie  107S 

Inverlochy  house,  Lord  Abinger  d.  L.  see  Kilmonivaig    855 




Invermark,  Lord  Hindlip,  see  Lochlee 778 

Inverneill,  Lieut. -Col.  Duncan  Campbell  d.l.,  j.p.  see 

South  Knapdale 190 

lnvervarlodge,Hon.Mrs.Stewart-Menzies,seeFortingall  1072 
Inzievar, Archibald  Dominic  Smith-Sligo  esq.seeOakley, 

Carnock  573 

Johnstone  castle,  G-eorge  Loudqvic  Houston  esq.  d.l., 

j.p.  see  Johnstone 1163 

Karnes  castle,  Major-Gen.  Barrington  Bulkley  Douglas 

Campbell  m. v. o.,  j.p.  see  North  Bute   371 

Keir  house,  Archibald  Stirling  esq.  d.l.  see  Dunblane  1066 
Keiss  castle,  Sir  Francis  Tress  Barry  bart.  m.p.,  d.l., 

j.p.,  f.s. a.  see  Keiss   384 

Keith  hall,  Earl  of  Kintore  P.O.,  G.C.M.G.,  F.R.S.  Scot., 

f.r.g.s.,  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Keith  Hall 131 

Keithick,  Edward  Collins- Wood  esq.  see  Coupar- Angus  1059 
Kelburne  castle,   Earl  of  Glasgow  g.c.m.g.,  d.l.,  j.p. 

see  Fairlie  248 

Kellie  castle,  Mrs.  Lorimer,  see  Carnbee 572 

Kelloe,  George  C.  Fordyce-Buchan  esq.  j.p.  see  Edrom     359 

Kelly  castle,  Henry  M'Grady  esq.  see  Arbirlot   649 

Kelton  grange,  Mrs.  Cameron,  see  Dumfries 456 

Kelton  house,  Mrs.  Fletcher,  see  Dumfries 456 

Kelty  castle, Hon.  BernardFrancisRolloM.A.seeDunning  1070 
Kemnay  house,  Alex.  G.  Burnett  esq.  j.p.  see  Kemnay  131 
Kenlochlaich  house,  Duncan  H.  Campbell-Munro  esq. 

see  Appin    165 

Keiimure  castle,  Mrs.  Maitland  Gordon,  see  Kells 902 

Kennet  house,  Lord  Balfour  of   Burleigh  P.O.,  M.A., 

d.l. ,  j.p.  see  Clackmannan 405 

Kennox,    Lieut. -Col.    Charles    Somerville   M'Alester 

D  1,.,  j.p.  see  Stewarton  300 

Keppoch,  Montague  Baird  esq.  see  Cardross  416 

Kerse  house,  Marqness  of  Zetland  P.O.,  d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Falkirk    1296 

Kersewell,  Wm.  Bertram  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Carnwath  938 
Kilberry  castle,  John  Campbell  esq.  .'.  p.  see  Kilberry, 

South  Knapdale 190 

Kilbryde  castle,  Sir  James  Campbell  bart.  v.D.,  j.p.  see 

Dunblane     1066 

Kilconquhar  house,  Earl  of  Lindsay,  see  Kilconquhar  596 
Kilcoy,   Lieut. -Col.    John  Edward  Burton-Mackenzie 

d.l.,  J.p.  see  Killearnan   1220 

Kildrummy  castle,  James  Ogston  esq.  see  Kildrummy  132 
Kilduff,   Sir1  Alexander   Kinloch  bart.   d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Athelstaneford    798 

Kilgraston,  Capt.  Alexander  Heldweir  Oakeley  Dennis- 

toun,  see  Dunbaruey    1065 

Kilkatrine,  The  Marquess   of   Lome  k.t. ,    g.c.m.g., 

v.d.,  m.p.  &  Princess  Louise,  see  St.   Catherine's, 

Strachur 201 

Kilkerran,  Rt.Hon.Sir  James  Fergusson  bart.  G.C.S.I., 

K.O.M.G.,  c.i.e.,  m.p.  see  Dailly  241 

Killean  house,  James  Macalister  Hall  esq.  see  Killean 

&  Kilkenzie 18S 

Killearn  house,  Lieut-Col.  Peter  Blackburn  r.  a.,  d.l., 

j.p.  see  Killearn     1310 

Kiilochan  castle,  Sir  Arthur  Kekewich,  see  Dailly 241 

Killundine,  Sir  John  Morris,  see  Morvern    194 

Kilmahew,  Jn.  Wm.  Burnsesq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Cardross  416 
Kilmany  cottage,  Major  Anstruther  William  Thomson, 

see  Kilmany  597 

Kilmaron   castle,  Thomas   Morgan  Boyd,  see  Cupar- 
Fife  578 

Kilmory,  Sir  Arthur  John  Campbell-Orde  bart.  j.p. 

see  Lochgilphead   192 

Kilnavock,   Major   James   Rose  j.p.    (Lord  Lieut,  of 

Nairnshire),  see  Nairn 1007 

Kimblethmont,  Henry  Alexander  Fullerton  Lindsay- 
Carnegie  d.  l.  ,  J.  p.  see  Inverkeilor 772 

Kimmerghame,  John  Liulf  Campbell  Swinton  esq. v.  d.  , 

J.p.  see  Edrom  359 

Kiucaldrum,  Edward  A.  Baxter  esq.  j.p.  see  Inverarity  772 
Kincardine     castle,    Mrs.     Johnston     Browne,     see 

Auchterarder *045 

Kincorth,  Mrs.  Grant,  see  Forres 548 

Kindar  house,  John  Brown  esq.  see  New  Abbey  893 

Kindeace,     Charles    Robertson   esq.    d.l.,    j.p.    see 

Kilmuir  Easter  1221 

Kindrochet,  Earl  of  Ilchester  r.c.  see  Blair  Atholl  ...  1050 

Kindrogan,  Miss  Keir,  see  Moulin 1085 

Kinfauns   castle,  Lieut. -Col.  The  Hon.  Francis  John 

Stuart-Gray,  see  Kinfauns 1079 

Kingcausie,     Archer     Irvine     Fortescue     esq.     see 

Maryculter 878 

Kingsmills,  Mrs.  Inglis,  see  Inverness 839 

Kinharvie  house,  Lord  Herries  (Lord  Lieut,  of  Kirk- 
cudbrightshire), see  New  Abbey 893 

Kinloch,  Sir  John  George  Smyth  Kinloch  bart.  m.p., 

d.l.,  j.p.  see  Meigle 1083 

Kinlock  house,  John  Boyd  Kinnearesq.j.p.seeCollessie  574 
Kinloss     house,     John     Mackessack     esq.    j.p.    see 

Kinloss    S47 

Kinmount,  Edward  J.  Brook  esq.  see  Cummertrees  451 
Kinmund)r,  William  Ferguson  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Old  Deer  113 
Kinnaird  castle,  Earl  of  Southesk  k.t., d.l.  see  Farnell  762 
Kinnaird  house,  Robert  Orr  esq.,  j.p.  see  Larbert  ...  1314 
Kinnordy,  Sir  Leonard  Lyell  bart.  m.p., j.p.  see  Kirrie- 
muir   774 

Kinrara,  Duke  of  Richmond  &  Gordon  e.g.  ,p.  c.  see  Alvie  827 
Kippen   Davie,   Col.    Patrick   Stirling   d.l.,    j.p.    see 

Dunblane    1066 

Kirkhill,  Major  Robert  Dundas  j.p.  see  Carrington  ...  506 
Kirkhill  castle,  Mrs.  Barton,  F'arquhar-Gray,  see  Col- 

monell 237 

Kirklands,  Mrs.  A.  Gordon  Ogilvie,  see  Ancrum  1236 

Kirkmichael  house,  Mrs.  Fraser,  see  Kirkmichael 283 

Kirkmichael  house,  Charles  R.  Paterson  esq.  see  Kirk- 
michael     481 

Kirkstyle,  James  Y.  Deans  esq.  J.P.  see  Riccarton    ...  295 
Kirkton,  Capt.  James  Stevenson  Hamilton  d.l.,  j.p. 

see  Carluke 936 

Kirronghtree,  Maj.  ArthurCalrow  Armitage  d.l.,  j.p. 

seeMinnigaff 908 

Knock  castle,  FYancis  Glen  McAndrew  esq.   see  Largs  284 
Knockespock,  Harry  Gordon  Fellowes  Gordon  esq.  j.p. 

see  Clatt 108 

Knocknalling,  Mrs.  John  Murray  Kennedy,  see  Kells  902 
Kyllachy  house,  Lord  Kyllachy  m.a.  ,  ll.d. ,  d.l. ,  j.p. 

see  Moy  858 

Ladykirk  house,  Watson  Askew-Robertson  esq.  d.l., 
j.p.  &  The  Hon.  Mrs.  Askew-Robertson,  see  Lady- 
kirk    363 

Laggan,  Mrs.  Oliver,  see  Ballantrae 233 

Lainshaw  house,  Andrew  Arthur  esq.  see  Stewarton  300 

Laithers,  Alexander  Stuart  esq.  D.L.,  J.P.  see  Turriff  158 

Lamaneha   house,  James  Mackintosh,  see  Newlands  1030 

Lancot  house,  William  Mathieson  esq.  j.p.  see  Kinloss  546 

Lanfine,  Peter  Hutchison  j.p.  see  Galston 230 

Langholm  lodge,  Duke  of  Buceleuch  k.g.  (Lord  Lieut. 

of  Dumfries-shire),  k.t.  see  Langholm 483 

Langton  house,  Hon.    Mrs.   Robert  Baillie-Hamilton, 

see  Langton  363 

Langwell    house,     Duke   of  Portland    P.O., 

(Lord  Lieut,  of  Caithness-shire),  see  Berriedale    ...  382 

Lanrick  castle, SirRobt.  Jardine  bart.D.L.seeKilmadock  1077 
Largie  castle,  John  Ronald  Moreton-Macdonald  esq. 

J. P.,  see  Tayinloan,  Killean  &  Kilkenzie  187 

Largo  house,  Mrs.  Fanny  Aitken,  see  Upper  Largo  ...  619 

Lathallan,  Thomas  Jeffrey  esq.  see  Largoward 620 

Latheronwheel,  Mrs.  Stocks,  see  Latheron,  Lybster  ...  385 
Laurieston  hall,  John  W.  Hutchison  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Balmaghie  894 

Lauriston  castle,  Thomas   Macknight  Crawfurd  esq. 

j.p.  see  Cramond S°9 

Lauriston  castle,  David  Scott  Porteous  d.l.,  j.p.   see 

St.  Cyrus 880 

Lawers,  Andrew  Grant  esq.  see  Monzievaird 1085 

Laws  house,  James  Neish  esq.  see  Monifieth  781 

Leckie  house,  Alastair  Erskine  Graham  Moir  esq.  j.p. 

see  Gargunnock I3°7 

Leckmelm,  Alexander  George  Pirie  esq.  see  Loch- 
broom  1224 

Lee  castle,  Col.  Sir  Simon  Macdonald  Lockhart  bart. 

M.v.o.,  v.d.,  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Lanark 959 

Lees,  Charlotte,  Lady  Marjoribanks,  see  Coldstream  334 
Leith  hall,  Col.  Alex." Sebastian  Leith  Hay  c.b.,  d.l., 

j.p.  see  Kennetlimont  132 

Lennel    house,     Mrs.    Hewey    Baillie-Hamilton,   see 

Coldstream 354 

Lennox  bank,  Charles  Lindsay  Orr-Ewing  esq.  m.p., 

j.  p.  see  Jamestown   ■ 931 

Lennox  castle,  Mrs.  Peareth-Lennox,  see  Campsie 1291 

Lennox  Love,  David  Jeffrey  esq.  see  Haddington   806 

Leslie   house,   Hon.    George  Waldegrave-Leslie  d.l., 

j.p.,  p.r.s.e.,  f.r.g.s.,  ll.d.  see  Leslie   620 

Lessudden  house,  Mrs.  Scott,  see  St.  Boswell's  1236 

Letham  grange,  F'itzroy  Charles  Fletcher  esq.  j.p.  see 

St.  Vigeans,  Arbroath 651 

Letterfourie,  Sir  Robert  Glendowj'n  Gordon  bart.  d.l., 

j.p.  see  Buckie  3'6 

Lewis  castle,  Donald  Matheaonesq.  seeStornoway 817 




Leys  castle,  George  Lawson  esq.  see  Daviot    830 

Lindertis,  Sir  Thomas  Munro  bart.  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Airlie     649 

Linlathen,  David  Erskine  esq.  see  Monifieth  781 

Linthill,  Mrs.  Otto,  see  Lilliesleaf 1251 

Littlewood  park,  David  M'Lean  esq.  see  Forbes,  Tully- 

nessle  ^7 

Loch  Hourn  Head,  Robert  Birkbeck  esq.  see  Glenelg    833 
Loch  Inch  castle,  Earl  of  Stair  k.t.,  ll.d.  (Lord  Lieu- 
tenant of  Wigtownshire),  see  Inch 1349 

Lochluichart  lodge,  Lady  Ashburton.see  Lochluichart, 

Kinlochluichart I222 

Lochnaw  castle, Sir  Andrew  Noel  Agnew  bart.  ll.b.,j.p. 

(Vice  Lieutenant  of  Wigtownshire),  see  Leswalt  ...  1352 
Lochryan  house,  John  Alexander  Agnew  Wallace  esq. 

J.P.  see  Cairnryan,  Inch  1349 

Logan  bank,  Alexander  Woodlnglis  esq.  see  Glencorse  516 
Logan  house,  Andrew  Kenneth  M'Douall  esq.  j.p.  see 

Kirk  1  minion    1351 

Logie,  Edmund  Cox  esq.  see  Kirriemuir 774 

Logie,  Mrs.  Smith-Cumming,  see  Edinkillie   535 

Logie  Elphinstone,  Lieut.-Col.  George  B.  M.  Cumber- 
land &  Lady  Grant  (of  Monymusk),    see  Pitcaple     108 
Longformacus  house,   Col.  Alexander  M.  Brown,  j.p. 
see  Longformacus 364 

Losset  house,  HectorMacneal  esq. j.p. see  Machrihanish, 

Campbeltown     168 

Lotus,  Archibald  Hyslop  esq.  see  New  Abbey 893 

Loudoun  castle.  The  Hon.  Gilbert  Theophilus  Clifton 

Campbell-Clifton  Hastings,  see  Loudoun 287 

Lour,  Major  Patrick  Alexander  Watson  Carnegy  v.D., 

d.l.,j.p.  seeForfar  763 

Lude,  William  M'Inroy  esq.  j.p.  see  Blair  Atholl  1050 

Luffness  house,   Henry  W.  Hope  esq.   d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Aberlady 798 

Lunan  house,  Wm.  Taylor  T.  Blair  Imrie  esq.  j.p.  see 

Lunan -,78 

Luscar    house,    Alexander     Mitchell     esq.    j.p.    see 

Carnock   57, 

Machany  house, Viscount  Strathallan,  see  Blackford  ...  1048 
Macbie  hill,  John  George  Massey-Beresford  esq.  j.p. 

see  Newlands I030 

Maines  house,  Sir  William  Francis  Augustus   Eliot 

bart.  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Chirnside      352 

Mains  house,  Archibald  C.  Douglas  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Milngavie    13 16 

Malleny  house,  John  Law  esq.  see  Balerno,  Currie 511 

Manderston,  Sir  James  Percy  Miller  bart.  d.l.,  j.p. 

see  Duns oe6 

Mansfield  house,  Lady  Jane  Stuart-Menteth,  see  New 

Cumnock    2.0 

Mansion  house,  Miss  Fotheringham,  see  Tealing   794 

Mir  lodge,  Duke  of  Fife  d.l.,  k.t.,  p.o.  see  Braemar       no 

Marchmont,  Daniel  Bernard  esq.  see  Polwarth 366 

Marcus  house,  J.  Cathcart  White  esq.  see  Tannadi'ce  794 
Marmond  house,  William  Fraser  Cordiner   esq.    j.p. 

see  Rathen ___!     Ic0 

Maryculter  house,  Sir  Cosmo  Edmund  Duff -Gordon 

bart.  see  Maryculter     g-g 

Mauldslie  castle,  Lord  Newlands  (Vice-Lieutenant  of 

Lanarkshire),   j.p.  see  Carluke 035 

MaxpofHe,  Lady  Boyd,  see  St.  Boswell's  !  1256 

Maxton  house,  Col.  Sir  William  George  Herbert  Taylor 

Ramsay-Fairfax  bart.  j.p.  see  St.  Boswell's 1256 

Maxwelton    house,   Rev.    Sir    John    Robert    Laurie 

Emilius  Laurie  bart.  b.a.,  j.p.  see  Glencairn 477 

Maybole  castle,  Thomas  Smith  esq.  see  Maybole 289 

Meadowbank,  John  Allan  Maconochie-Welwood  esq. 

see  Kirknewton cI7 

Medwyn,  John  Houblon  Forbes   esq.    j.p.   see   West 

Linton 1029 

Meggmch  castle,  Capt.  Malcolm  Drummond  d.l.,  j.p. 

seeErrol \   I07I 

Meikleour  house,  Marquess  of  Lansdowne  k.g.,'p'.'c! 

seeMeikleour I0g. 

Meldrum    house,    Mrs.    Garden    A.    Duff,    see    Old 

Meldrum ,-_ 

Mellerstein,  Earl  of  Haddington,  see  Earlsto'n!!!!!!!!!  "  358 
Melsetter,  Thomas  Mid  llemore  esq.  see  Walls...!!!!.'.'!!!  1023 

Melville  castle,  Viscount  Melville,  see  Lasswade '     518 

Melville  house,  Miss  Leslie-Melville,  see  Monimaii!!!!!!  627 
Merehiston  house,  James  Finlayson  esq.  d.l.,  j.p   see 

Kill  archan Il6_ 

Merton  hall,  Mrs.  Wason,  see  Penning'ha'm'!!!!  ".!'! 1^6 

Mertonn   house,  Lord  Polwarth  (Lord  Lieutenant  of 

Selkirkshire;,  see  Mertoun      q6s 

Methven  castle,  W.  L.  Dunn  esq.  j.p:  see  Methve'n"!!!  1984 

Midfibld   house,   Colonel  Herbert   A.   T.  Nepean,  see 

Lasswade -,3 

Millburn  tower.   Sir  William  Liston-Foulis  bart.  j.p!     ' 

see  Corstorphine    -0g 

Millheld,  David  Mitchell  esq.  j.p.  see  Polmont    \   i3I7 

Milliken  house,  Daniel  Mackenzie  esq.  see  Kilbarchan  1  165 

Milrig,  Misses  Tait,  see  Galston 2-o 

Milton  Brodie,  John  Wm.  Brodie-Innes  esq.  see  Alves     533 
Milton  house,  Henry  M.  Napier  esq.   see  Milton,  Kil- 

patrick .„2 

Milton  Lockhart,  Major-Gen.   David  Blair  Lockhart,' 

D.l,.  see  Carluke 03c 

Milton  lodge,  Commander  Edward  Hunter-Blair  r.n. 

see  Straiton    ,02 

Minard  castle,  Thomas  Lloyd  esq.D.L.,  j.p.  seeMinard     193 
Minto  house,  Earl  of  Minto  g.c.m.g.,  v.d.,  d.l.,  j.p. 

(Governor-General  of  Canada),  see  Minto    1254 

Mochrum  park,  Sir  U Wired  James  Hay  Dunbar  bart. 

d.l.  see  Penningham 1356 

Moffat  house,  John  James  Hope-Johnstone  esq.  d.l., 

j.p.  see  Moffat    4g„ 

Mollance,  John  Neilson  esq.  see  Crossmichael 899 

Monereiffe  house,  Sir  Robert   Drummond   Moncreiffe 

bart.  d.l. ,  j.p.  see  Dunbarney  I065 

Monreith,    The    Right    Hon.    Sir    Herbert  Eustace 

Maxwell  bart  p.c,  m.p.,  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Mochrum    ...  1354 
Monteviot  house,  Marquess  of  Lothian  k.  t.  ,  p.  c. ,  ll.  d. 

see  Ancrum    1236 

Montgomerie  castle,  Alexander  B.  Balman  esq.  see  Tar- 

bolton   n03 

Montrave,    Sir  John    Gilmour    bart.    d.l.,   j.p.    see 

Scoonie    fag 

Monymusk  house,  Sir  Arthur  Henry  (irant  bart.  d.l., 

j.p.  see  Monymusk   r.j 

Monzie  castle,  James  Richmond  esq.  see  Monzie   1081 

Mordington  house,  Robert  Charles  Campbell  Renton 

esq.  d.l.  ,  j.p.  see  Mordington    365 

Morishill,  John  Shedden-Dobie  esq.  J.P.  see  Beith 234 

Morton     hall,    Maj.-Gen.    Henry    Trotter    d.l.     see 

Liberton ^io 

Moss  Knowe,   Arthur   Beresford   Nicholson   esq.    see 

Kirkpatrick-Fleming .g2 

Mount  (The),  Mrs.  Christina  Guthrie,  see  Gatehead', 

Kilmarnock 2gj 

Mount  Annan,  John  Bell-Irving  esq.  see  Annan 446 

Mount  Melville,    George    C.     Norman    esq.    see    St. 

Andrews  5,,- 

Mount  Stuart,  Marquess  of  Bute  k.t.  ( Lord  Lieutenant 

of  &  hereditary  Sheriff  of  Buteshire),   see  Kingarth    371 

Mountquhame,  David  Gillespie  esq.  see  Kilmany    597 

Moy  hall,  The  Mackintosh  of  Mackintosh  esq.  d.l.,  j.p. 

see  Moy    ."     g5g 

Moy  house,  Ian  Robert  James  Murray  esq.  see  Dyke...     535 
Muchalls  castle,  Rt.   Hon.  James  Patrick  Banne'rman 

Robertson  p.c,  a.C,  LL.D.  see  Cookney   873 

Mugdock  castle,  J.  Reid  esq.  see  Strathbiane 1335 

Muiravonside  house,  John  Stirling  esq.  j.p.  see  Muir- 

avonside  j^jg 

Muirburn,  William  Barrie  esq.  see  Glassford  ...!!!!!!!!!     949 
Muiresk,  Henry  Alexander  Farquhar-Spottiswood  esq. 

J.p.  see  Turriff  x-g 

Muirhouse,  William  Davidson  esq.  see  Cramond    509 

Munches,  Wellwood  Herries  Maxwell  esq.   d.l.,  j.p.    " 

see  Urr    \    C)II 

Murdostoun  castle,  Robert  King  Stewart  esq.  'd.l.'! 

j.p.  see  Cambusnethan g,, 

Murie  house,  John  Broun  Broun-Morrison  esq.  f.s.a.  , 

d.l.,  j.p.  seeErrol    '  I07I 

Murthly  castle,   Walter  Thomas  James  Scry'ms'oure- 

Steuart-Fothringham  esq.  d.l.,  J.p.  see  Little  Dun- 

vkeld 1069 

Naughton  house,  Col.  Alexander  William  Anstruther- 

Duncan  e.a.  see  Balmerino 567 

Nen thorn  house,  Mrs.  Ritchie,  see  Nenthorn !     365 

Nether   Place,  James    Baird    Thorneycroft    esq.    see 

Mauchline  2gg 

Netherdale,  Thos.  Gilzean  Rose  Innes  esq.  see  Marnoch,' 

Aberchirder    3IO 

Netherhall,  Lord  Kelvin  g.c.v.o.,  f.r.s.,  f.r.s.e.,  d.l. 

see  Largs     2g4 

Netherley  house,  Colonel  Edmund  R.   Berkeley,  see 

Netherley,  Cookney  g73 

Nethermuir,  J.  Dean  Leslie  esq.  see  New  Deer   112 

Newark  castle,  John  Stirling  Alston  esq.  see  Alloway    210 
Newbattle   abbey,    Marquess   of  Lothian    k.t.,  p.c, 

ll.d.  seeNewbattle  525 







Newbyth,   Major   Sir   David    Baird    bart.    d.l.,    see 

Whitekirk    8l3 

New  Hailes,  Sir  Charles  Dalrymple  bart.  m.p.,  d.l., 

j. p.  see  Inveresk    5ID 

New  hall,  Alexander  M.  Black  esq.  w.s.  see  Temcuik    525 
Newhall,  Charles  Forbes  Shaw  Mackenzie  esq.  d.l., 

j.p.  see  Balblair,  Resolis  I227 

Newhill,  Thomas  lilylh  esq.  see  Auehtermuchty    566 

Newholm,  Colonel  Sir  Simon  Macdonald  Lockhart  bart. 

m.v.o.,d.l.  see  Dolphinton 94s 

Newliston,  Thomas  Alexander  Hog  esq.  j.p.  see  Kirk- 
liston     •■•■■■• 995 

Newmore  house,  George  Inglis  esq.  J.P.  see  Rosskeen  1223 

Newton,  Col.  Frederick  P.  Forteath  j.p.  see  Alves 533 

Newton  Don,  Charles  Barrington  Balfouresq.  d.l.,  j.p. 

see  Nenthorn 3^5 

Newton  hall,  William  D.  0.  H.  Newton  esq.  d.l.,  j.p. 

see  Yester   8l4 

Newton  house,  Sir  Robert  Bannatyne  m.p.,  «.c,  d.l., 

j.p.  see  Nairn 

Newton  house,  Alexander  M.  Gordon  esq.   d.l.,  j.p. 

see  Culsalmond •• 

Newtonairds,  James  Henry  Douglas  esq.  see  Holywood 
Niddrie,  Major-General  Andrew  GilbertWauehope  c.B., 

C.M.G.,  d.l.  see  Liberton Sx9 

Ninewells,  Charles  Forbes  esq.  Chirnside 352 

Northtield,  James  McNeil  esq.  see  Prestonpans  811 

Norwood,  John  Thomson  Paton  esq.  j.p.  see. Alloa     ...     397 
Novar  house,  Ronald  Crawford  Munro-Fergnson  esq. 

M.p. ,d.l.,  j.p.  see  Evanton,  Kil team    1221 

Nunfield,  Walter  Henry  Scott  esq.  J.P.  see  Dumfries...     456 
Nunraw,   Walter   Wingate  Gray   esq.   d.l.,    j.p.  see 

Garvald  8oS 

Ochterlony  house,  Boswell  George  Jalland  esq.   j.p. 

see  Rescobie    

Ochtertyre,  Sir  Patrick  Keith  Mmray  bart.  see  Mon- 


Old  Auchendrane,  Misses  Cathcart,  see  Alloway    210 

Old  Place,  Marquess  of  Bute  k.t.  see  Mochrum 1354 

Olrio-  house,  Jas.  Smith  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Castletown    383 
Orchardton      house,     William    Douglas      Robinson- 
Douglas  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Aucheneairn   894 

Orchill,  Samuel  Smith  esq.  m.p.,  j.p.  see  Braco 1053 

Ord,  Capt.  A.Watson Macken/.ie.see  Muir-of-Ord  R  S.O  1232 
Ord' house,  Lord  Francis  Godolphin  Osborne  j.p.  see 

Ord,  Berwick .- 335 

Ormiston  hall,  Edward  S.MacDougal  esq.  see  Ormiston     809 
Ormsary,    Henry    Robert    Bruxner    esq.    see   South 

Knapdale ". x90 

Orton  house,  Miss  Wharton-Duff,  see  Fochabers 547 

Oferloun,    Lord    Overtoun  d.l.,    j.p.,   f.r.g.s.   see 

Dumbarton •■;•••■     421 

Oxenfoord  castle,  Earl  of  Stair  k.t.,  ll.d.  (Lord-Lieu- 
tenant of  Wigtownshire),  see  Cranston 5°9 

Panmure  house,  Earl  of  Dalhousie,  see  Panbride  792 

Park  hall,  Thos.  L.  Learmonth  esq.  j.p.  see  Polmont     1317 
Park  hill,  Alex.  W.  Gray  Buchanan  esq.  see  Polmont     1317 

Parton  house,  Rigby  Murray  esq.  j.p.  see  Parton  908 

Paxton  house,  Samuel  Storey  esq.  see  Paxton,  Hulton     363 
Pearsie,  Alexander   M'Lagan  Wedderburn   esq.    j.p. 

see  Kingoldrum ••■•■■••■ 773 

Penicuik  house,  Sir  George  Douglas  Clerk  bart.  v.d., 

j  p.  see  Penicuik    52° 

Penkill  castle,  Miss  Courtney  Boyd,  see  Dailly    241 

Penninaham,  Mrs.  Heron-Maxwell-Blair,  see  Penmng- 




Perceton,  Misses  Mure-Macredie,  see  Dreghorn 
Petmathen  house,Major  Thos.Leith  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Oyne 

Phantassie  house,  Mrs.  Innes,  see  Prestonkirk    

Philorth  castle,  Lord  Saltoun  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Fraserburgh 
Philiphaugh,  AVilliam  Strang  Steel  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see 


Pbysgill,  Robert  H.  Johnston-Stewart  esq.  d.l.,  j.p. 

see  Glasserton    ••■•• 

Pinkie  house,  Sir  Alex.  Hope  bart.  j.p.  see  Inveresk... 
Pinmore,  Capt.  Hugh  Hamilton  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Girvan 
Pitcairlie,  Robert  Cathcart   esq.  (Vice-Lieutenant  of 

Fifeshire),  see  Newburgh    

Pitcaple  castle,   Col.   Henry  Lumsden  d.l.,  j.p.   see 


Pitfirrane,  Sir  Peter  Arthur  Halkett  bart.   d.l.,  j.p. 

see  Dunfermline 

Pitfour,  Lieut.-Col.  George  Arthur  Ferguson  d.l.,  j.p. 

see  Old  Deer   ••• •;•;""• 

Pitfour  castle,  The  Right  Rev.  George  Howard  W  il- 

kin«on  d.d.  (Bishop  of  St.  Andrews),  see  St.  Madoes 
Fitlour  house,  William  Baillie  Skene  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see 












Pitmilly  house,   Duncan  Mackinnon  esq.   see  Kings- 
barns  ■•••  6o° 

Pitmuies,  Mrs.  J.  M.  Douglas,  see  Kirkden 774 

Pittendreich,  Cyril  Herbert  Dunderdale,  see  Lasswade    518 

Place  castle,  James  Knox  esq.  j.p.  see  Kilbirni.- 258 

Polkeuiinet,  Lady  Baillie,  see  Whitburn  1002 

Pollok  castle,  Jas.  Crawford  Fergnsson-Pollok  esq.  see 

Mearns    "69 

Polmaise  castle,  Lieut. -Col.   John   Murray  d.l.,  j.p. 

see  St.  Ninian's 1318 

Poluiont  park,   James  McKillop   esq.  M.P.,    D.L.    see 

Polmont 1317 

Poltalloch  house,  Lord  Malcolm  of  Poltalloch  c.B.,  d.l., 

j.p.  seeKilmartin 188 

Polton,  Gordon  Caldwell  esq.  see  Lasswade 518 

Portmore,  John  Somerville  esq.  see  Eddleston  1027 

Portrack,  Peter  Carruthers  esq.  j.p.  see  Holywood    ...  479 

Portree  house,  John  Macdonald  esq.  see  Portree    862 

Powfoulis,  Miss  Dawson,  see  Airth 1285 

Preston  grange,  Sir  George  Grant-Suttie   bart.    see 

Prestonpans    811 

Preston  hall,  Hy.  Callander  esq.  D.  l.  ,  J.  p.  see  Cranston  509 

Preston  house,  S^ton  Thomson  esq.  see  Linlithgow  ...  997 

Raasay,  Mrs.  Wood,  see  Raasay,  Portee 862 

Rachan  house,  Hy.  Brown  Marshall  esq.  see  Broughton  1027 

Raddery  house,  Robt.  Sinclair  Oliver,  esq.  see  Fortrose  1217 
Raehills  house,  John  James  Hope-Johnstone  esq.  d.l., 

j.p.  see  Johnstone     48° 

Raemoir  house,  Mrs.  Innes,  see  Banchory-Ternan 871 

Raigmore,    jEneas   W.    Mackintosh    esq.     d.l.,   j.p. 

see  Inverness     839 

Raith  house,  Ronald  Craufurd  Munro  Ferguson  esq. 

m.p.,  d.l.,  j.p.  &  Lady  Helen  Ferguson,see  Kirkcaldy  601 
Rammerscales,  Major  William    Ball  Macdonald  j.p. 

see  Dalton  451 

Ramornie,  Hugh  Veitch  Haig  esq.  see  Ladybank  618 

Rattray  house,  Robert  Savi  Hills,  see  Crimond no 

Ravenstone  castle,  Lord  Borthwick,  see  Glasserton  ...  1349 
Redcastle,  James  Evan  Bruce  Baillie  esq.   m.p.,   j.p. 

see  Killearnan    1220 

Rehig.vs,  Mrs.  Smith,  see  Edinkillie 535 

Riccarton,  Sir  James  Henry  Gibson-Craig  bart.  d.l., 

j.p.  see  Currie    510 

Rickarton    house,    Capt.    Guy    Mainwaring  j.p.    see 

Rickarton    880 

Riverston,  Capt.  Thomas  Burnett  Ramsay  d.l.,  j.p. 

see  Banchory-Ternan    871 

Robertland,  James  M'Intyre  esq.  see  Stewarton    300 

Robgill  tower,  Robert  Paterson  esq.  see  Dornock  452 

Rochsoles,  Major-Gen.  Sir  Montague  Gilbert  Gerard 

K. c.s.i. ,  c.B.,  d.l.,  J.P.  see  Airdrie  9r8 

Romanno,  William  Kennedy  Sandilands  esq.  j.p.  see 

Romanno,  Newlands  1030 

Ronachan,  Peter  McKinnon  esq.  see  Clachau 172 

Rosebank  house,  John  Wharton  Tod  esq.  see  Roslin  ...  528 
Rosehaugh,  James  Douglas  Fletcher  esq.    d.l.,   j.p. 

see  Avoch 1212 

Roseneath  castle,  The  Rt.  Hon.  the  Marquess  of  Lome 
k.t.,  g.c.m.g.,  p.c,  v.d.,  m.p.  &  Princess  Louise, 

see  Roseneath    439 

Ross  priory,  Capt.  Sir  George  Hector  Leith-Buchanan 

bart.  d.l.  see  Kilmaronock 431 

Rossdhu  house,  Sir  James  Colquhoun  bart.  j.p.  (Lord 

Lieutenant  of  Dumbartonshire),  see  Luss    438 

Rossend  castle,  James  Shepherd  esq.  see  Burntisland  570 

Rossie  castle,  Edward  Millar  esq.  j.p.  see  Craig   677 

Rossie  priory,  Lord  Kinnaird  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Inchture...  1074 
Rothie    &    Badenscoth,    Mrs.    Crawford-Leslie,    see 

Rothienorman    I24 

Rothiemay  house,  Lieut.-Col.  J.   Foster  Forbes  d.l., 

j.p.  see  Rothiemay  333 

Rowallan  castle,  Earl  of  Loudoun,  see  Kilmarnock  ...  264 

Rowchester,  Frank  B.  Marjoribanks  esq.  see  Greenlaw  361 

Sackville  house,  Mrs.  Sinclair  Wemyss,  see  Bower  ...  382 
St.  Mary's  Isle,  Capt.  John  Hope  E.N.,  d.l.,  j.p.   see 

Kirkcudbright    •••••  9°4 

St  Mary's  tower,  John  Bett  esq.  see  Birnam,  Little 

Dunkeid •,■;;■■;•„•;;-  'f9 

Salton  hall,  John  Fletcher  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see  W  est  halton  811 
Sands  house,  Lawrence  Johnston  esq.  s  e  Kmcardine- 

on-Forth 598 

Sandside  house,  Thomas  Pilkington  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Reay    386 

Sauchie-Burn  house,  Miss  Ramsay-Gibson  Maitland, 

see  St.  Ninian's I3»3 

Scar  house,  George  Horwood  esq.  see  Cross    1013 

Schaw  park,  Col.  John  B.  Harvey  j.p.  see  Alloa 397 




Scone  palace,  Earl  of  Mansfield  j.p.  see  Scone 1115 

Scots  craig,  Mrs.  Maitland  Dougall,  see  Tayport   640 

Scrabster  house,  John  Miller  esq.  d.l.  ,  j.p.see  Thurso  387 
Seapark,  Rev.  John  Archibald  Dunbar-Dunbar  M.A., 

J.P.  see  Kinloss 546 

Seaton  house,   Hon.   Frederick  John  Bruce  j.p.   see 

St.  Vigeans,  Arbroath 652 

Seaview,  James  F.  Low  esq.  j.p.  see  Monifieth  781 

Seggieden,  Mrs.  Drnmmond-Hay,  see  Kinfauns    1079 

Shambellie  house,  Capt.  Wm.  Stewart,  see  New  Abbey    893 

Shieldhill,  Nathaniel  Dunlop  esq.  see  Liberton 967 

Silver  knowe,  Right  Hon.  Lord  Young  p.c,  D.L.,  j.p. 

see  Cramond  509 

Skeabost,  Lauehlin  Maedonald  esq.D.L.,j.p.  see  Snizort  863 
Skelmorlie  castle,  Wm.  Allan  Coats  esq.  see  Skelrnorlie    298 

Skene  house,  Mrs.  Hamilton,  sec  Skene  153 

Skibo  castle,  Andrew  Carnegie  esq.  see  Ardgay  

Skipness  castle,   Robert  Chellas   Graham  esq.    B.A., 

f.s.a.,  J.p.  see  Skipness,  Saddell    199 

Slam's  castle,  Earl  of  Erroll,  see  Port  Erroll   no 

Slogarie  house,  Hy.  A.  Timms  esq.  j.p.  seeBalmaghie  894 
Smeaton,  Sir  Archibald  Buchan-Hepburn  bart.  j.p., 

d.l.  see  Prestonkirk 810 

Sorn  castle,  James  Somervell  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Sorn    298 

South  Bantaskin,  Misses  Wilsun,  see  Falkirk 1298 

South  Ban-,  Robert  Sutherland  esq.  see  Inchinnan  ...  1163 
South  park,  Lady  Charlt.  Campbell,  see  Campbeltown  169 
Southwiek,  Sir  Mark  John  McTaggart-Stewart  bart. 

M.p.,  v.d.,  M.A.,  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Southwiek 909 

Speddoch,  Jn.Hy.GilchristClark  esq.  j.p.  see  Holywood  479 
Spitalhaugh,  Sir  James  Ranken  Fergusson  bart.  d.l., 

j.p.  see  West  Linton 1029 

Spittal  house,  William  Compton  Lundie  esq.  j.p.,  see 

Hulton 363 

Spott  house,  Miss  Watt,  see  Spott 812 

Spottes,  Alex.  Young  Herries  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Urr  ...  911 
Spottiswoode  house,   Lady    Alicia   Douglas-Montagu- 

Spottiswoode-Scott,  see  Westruther  366 

Spring-hill,  Misses  Finnie,  see  Kilmarnock  264 

Springhill  house.Sir  Robt. Gillespie  d.l., j.p.see  Douglas  948 
Springkel!,  JabczEdward  Johnson-Ferguson  esq.  m.p., 

m.a.,  j.p.  see  Kirkpatrick-Fleming   482 

Springside,  Mrs.  Hyndman,  see  West  Kilbride   263 

Springwood  park,  Sir  George  Brisbane  Douglas  bart. 

d.l.,  j.p.  see  Kelso   1248 

Stainrigg  house,  Gen.  John  Cockburn-Hood  C.B.,  d.l., 

j.p.  see  Eccles    358 

Stapleton  tower,  John  A.  Critehley  esq.i.p.  see  Dornock  452 
Stemster  house,  David  Patrick  Henderson  esq.  d.l., 

j.p.  see  Bower 382 

Stenhouse,  John  Bisset  Verel  esq.  see  Larbert 1313 

Stenton,  Right  Hon.  Andrew  Graham  Murray  p.c, 

Q.C.,  d.l.,  m.p.  see  Caputh 1056 

Stevenson,  Lady  Sinclair,  see  Haddington  806 

Stichill  house,  James  Deuchar  esq.  see  Stitchel  1257 

Stirkoks  house,  Edward  William  Home  esq.  d.l.,  j.p. 

see  Wick  300 

Stobo  castle.Sir   G.  Graham-Montgomery   bart.  j.p. 

see  Stobo 1033 

Stockbridge,  Mrs.  McAllister,  see  Symington 302 

Stonebyres   house,    Hon.   Albert  Yelverton   Bingham 

d.l.  seeLesmahagow 965 

Stonefield,  Colin   George   Pelham  Campbell  esq    see 

Kilcalmonell  &  Kilberry  186 

Stracathro  house,  The  Right  Hon.  James  A.  Campbell 

p.c,  m.p.,  ll.d.,  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Stracathro  793 

Stralhallan  castle,  Graeme  Whitelaw  esq.  see  Blackford  1048 
Strathbran,    Arthur   Bignold  esq.    see  Auchiiasheen, 

Kinlochluichart 1222 

Strathconan,  Richard  Henry  Combe  esq.  see  Carnoch  1213 
Strathendry,  Geo.  D.  Douglas-Clephane  esq.  see  Leslie  620 
Strathgarve   lodge,  Charles  Addington  Hanbury  esq. 

d.l.,  j.p.  see  Garve,  Kinlochluichart 1222 

Strathlachlan  castle,  John  Maclachlan  of  Maclachlan 

esq.  j.p.,  w.s.  see  Strathlachlan 201 

Strathleven,  Col.  Alexander  Crum-Ewing  j.p.,  v.d.  see 

Dumbarton 421 

Stronvar,  James  Carnegie  esq.  d.l.  see  Balquhidder...  1048 

Strowan,  James  Baird  Whitelaw,  see  Monzievaird 1085 

Sumburgh  house,  John  Bruce  j.p.  see  Dunrossness  ...  1273 
Sunderland  hall,   Charles  Henry  Scott-Plummer  esq. 

D.L.,  j.p.  see  Selkirk I266 

Sundrum,  John  Claude  Hamilton  esq.  J.p.  see  Coylton     238 

Sunlaws,  Major  Robert  Scott-Kerr,  see  Roxburgh 1256 

Swinton  house,  John  McNab  esq.  see  Swinton     366 

Swordale,  Major  Randle  Jackson  d.l.,  j.p.  seeKiltearu  1221 
Sydenham,  Mrs.  Parker,  see  Kelso ^48 


Synlon,  John  Corse  Scott  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Ashkirk...  1261 
Tannadice  house,  Capt.  Colin  Neish,  see  Tannadice  ...     794 

Tayfield,  William  Berry  esq.  J.P.  see  Newport    630 

Taymouth  castle,  Marquess  of  Breadalbane  K.G.,  P.c, 

D.L.,  j.p.  see  Kenmore io7o 

Teaninich  house,  Stuart  Caradoc  Munro  esq.  see  Alness  121 1 
Terrcgles  house,   Charles  Edward   G.iibraith  esq.  see 

Terregles 910 

Thirlstane  castle,  Earl  of  Lauderdale  (Lord  Lieutenant 

of  Berwickshire),  see  Lauder  364 

Thirlstane  castle, Lord  Napier&  Ettrick  D.  L.see  Ettrick  1261 
Thornton  castle,  Sir  Thomas  Thornton,  see  Marykirk  879 
Thornton  house,  Col.  John  G.  Sturrock  j.p.  see  Cross- 
house,  Kilmarnock    281 

Threave,  William  Gordon  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Kelton  ...  903 
Thurso  castle,  Sir  John  G.  Tollemache  Sinclair  bart. 

d.l.,  j.p.  see  Thurso 387 

Thurston,  Richard  Hunter  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Innerwick  808 
Tillicoultry  house,  Robert  G.  Wardlaw  Ramsay  esq. 

j.p.  see  Tillicoultry   408 

Tillyfour  castle,  Fras.  Robt.  Gregson  esq.  j.p.  see Oyne  143 
Torrance  castle,  Col.  Robert  Edward  Stuart  Harington- 

Stuart  v. D.,  D.L.,  j.p.  see  East  Kilbride    958 

Torridon,   Duncan  Darroch  esq.    B. a.,   d.l.,  j.p.   see 

Applecross  1211 

Torsonce  house,  Miss  Milroy,  see  Stow 539 

Torwoodlee  house,  Capt.  James  T.  Pringle  r.n. ,  d.l  , 

j.p.  see  Caddonfoot,  Galashiels  1261 

Touch  house,  Sir  Alan  Henry  Seton-Steuart  bart.  d.l., 

j.p.  see  St.  Ninians  131S 

Tour  house,  William  Pollock  esq.  see  Kilmaurs  281 

Tower  of  Lethendy,  Col.  John  H.  H.  Gammell  j.p.  see 

Lethendy     108  r 

Townend,  Col.  Hay  Boyd,  see  Symington 302 

Tranent,  John  Poison  esq.  j.p.  see  Tranent 812 

Traquair  house,    Herbert   Constable    Maxwell-Stuart 

esq.  d.l.,j.p.  see  Traquair 1033 

Trearne,  William  Ralston  Patrick  esq.  see  Beith    234 

Tredegar,  Col.  David  Robertson  Williamson  D. L.,  J.p. 

see  Monzievaird 1085 

Troup  house,  Francis  Alex.  Garden  D.L.,  j.p.  see  Banff  313 
Trumbland  house,  Lieut. -Gen.  Frederick  Wm.  Traill- 

Burroughs  c.B.,  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Rousay  1020 

Tulliallan  castle,  Marquess  of  LansdowneK.o.,  G.C.S.I., 

G.C.I. E. ,  G.C.m.g.  P.C,  see  Tulliallan     642 

Tullibody  house,  Mrs.  Forrester,  see  Tullibody,  Alloa  398 
Tullichewan  castle,  Jas.  Campbell  esq.  J.r.  see  Bonhill  416 
Tulloch  castle,  Duncan  Davidson  esq.   D.L.,  J.P.  see 

Dingwall  1214 

Tullyinet,  William  Hutt  Allhusen  esq.  see  Logierait ...   1082 

Tyneholm,  James  Reid  esq.  see  Pencaitland    810 

Tynninghame    house,    Earl    of  Haddington  J.p.   see 

Tynninghame 813 

Urie  house,  Sir  Alexander  Baird  bart. (Lord  Lieutenant 

of  Kincardineshire),  see  F'etteresso    876 

Urrard,  Mrs.  Alston  Stuart,  see  Moulin    io3$ 

Venlaw,  Admiral  Sir  James  ElphinstoneErskine  K.C.B., 

J.p.  see  Peebles  1031 

Vogrie,  Capt.  Jas.  Cumming  Dewar  j.p.  see  Borthwick  504 
Walkinshaw  house,  Walter  B.  Longston,  see  Renfrew  1204 
Warroch,  Thomas  Purvis  Russell  esq.  J.p.  see  Orwell  889 
Wedderlie  house,  Lord  Blanty re  d.  l.  see  Westruther  366 
Wellfield,    Lieut.-Col.    George  Cheape  d.l.,  j.p.  see 

Strathmiglo 639 

Wellwood  house,  John  George  Alexander  Baird  esq. 

m.p.,  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Muirkirk   29a 

Wemyss   castle,    Randolph  Gordon  Erskine-Wemyss 

esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see  West  Wemyss    643 

Westerhall,   Sir    Frederick   John   William  Johnstone 

bart.  d.l.  see  Westerkirk     498 

West  hall,  Mrs.  Disney  Leith,  see  Oyne   143 

Westsidewood,  James  Williamson  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.,   see 

Carnwath 938 

Whim,  John  Maitland  Thomson  esq.  sea  Lamancha  ...  1030 
Whitehall,  Alexander  Harold  Mitehell-Innes  esq.  j.p. 

see  Chirnside 332 

Whitehaugh  house,  Rev.  William  Furbes-Leith  m.a., 

seeAlford 102 

Whitehill,  Major  Robt.  G.  W.  Ramsay,  see  Carrington  506 
Whitehill  house,  Robert  George  Wardlaw  Ramsay,  see 

Rosewell 527 

Whittinghame,  Rt.   Hon.    Arthur  James  Balfour  d.l., 

p.c,  m.p.,  j.p.  see  Whittinghame  813 

Winton  castle,  Mrs.  Nisbet  Hamilton-Ogilvy,  see  Pen- 
caitland         810 

Wishaw   house,   Lord   Belhaven   &  Stenton  d.l.   see 

Cambusnethan    934 




Wiston  lodge,  Mrs.  McLaren,  see  Wiston 985 

Woll  (The),  Wm.  S.  Bell  esq.  d.l.,  j.p.  see  Ashkirk  ...  iz6r 

Wooden,  Charles  J.  Cunningham  esq.  see  Kelso 1249 

Woodhead,  James  Dalrymple  esq.  j.p.  see  Kirkintilloch  434 
Woodhouselee,  James  Wm.Fraser-Tytler  esq.  seeRoslin  528 
Woodlands,  Michael  Balmain  esq.  see  Terregles 910 


Wooplaw,  John  Murray  esq.  j.p.  see  Melrose 1252 

Wormiston  house,  Earl  of  Lindsay  j.p.  see C rail 57s 

Wyseby,  Major-General  John  Gordon  Graham  d.l., 

j.p.  see  Kirkpatrick-Fleming  482 

Wyvis,  Walter  Shoolbred  esq.  v.d.  see  Kiltearn 1123 

Yester  house, Marquess  of  TweeddaleK.T.,D.L.seeYester    814 












CALEDONIAN Facing  Insurance  Companies — 

Edinburgh  Section 



























Accountant  :— 

T.  GAFF  22 

Acetylene  gas  apparatus  manufacturers  : — 

W.  &  J.  FORRESTER     62 

Advertising  ageDts : — 

KEITH  &  CO 24 


Aerated  water  manufacturers  : — 

R.  BARR. 




Agricultural  chemist : — 


Air  compressor  manufacturers  : — 

T.  WHITE  &  SONS    71 

Ale  &  stout  bottlers  : — 

R,  BARR 57 



American  organ  builder: — 

J.  HADDOW  50 

Anglo-Parisian  Associated  School  of  Dress  :— 


Antique  furniture  dealers  :  — 

MRS.  J.  DUFFIN  79 

MRS.  M.  HOGAN  86 

Artists'  color  merchant: — 

S.KEMP 87 

Asphalte  manufacturers: — 

W.  G.  WALKER  &  SONS    56 

Assayers  : — 


Auctioneers : — 

J.  &  J.  MARSHALL 94 

D.  PERRITT  33 


A.SINCLAIR     101 


Axle  manufacturers  : — ■ 


Bacon  &  ham  curer : — 

F.H.WILSON    106 

Bedding  manufacturers  : — 

J.  E.  THURMAN  &  CO    107 

Bellhangers  : — 

R.  FRATER 82 

J.  McEWAN    92 

Bleachers,  dyers  &  finishers : — 

D.  C.  MILLER  &  CO.  LIMITED  67 

Blowing  &  exhaust  fan  manufacturer : — 

T.  BRIERLEY    126 

Boarding  house : — 
R.  &  T.  HENDERSON 85 

Boiler  manufacturers : — 

W.  ARNOTT   31 

G.  BLACK  74 

A.  F.  CRAIG  &  CO.  LIMITED   47 


J.  G.  KINCAID  &  CO 51 

J.  McDOWALL  &  SONS  53 

R.  MELVIN in 





Boiler  composition  manufacturers  :— 

G.  BLACK   74 


Boiler  tube  brush  manufacturers  : — 

A.ROWAT&CO   36 

Bolt,  nut  &  rivet  manufacturer  : — 

A.  PILLANS    69 

Bookbinders'  leather  manufacturers: — 

T.  T.WOOD  &  CO     114 

Brandy  shippers: — 


Brass  founders : — 


J.  BUCHANAN  &  CO  21 




Brats  Founders  —  Glasgow  Trades 

W.  &  J.  FORRESTER  62 


B.  FRATER 82 

FREW,  WATSON  &  CO  49 


J.  F.  LOW  &  CO 89 


D.  PURVES  &  CO 19 

Brewer : — 

R.  BARR  57 

Brewers'  engineer :  — 


Brick  &  tile  manufacturers  : — 



J.  &  R.  HOWIE 50 

T.  KING  &  CO    88 


Brush  manufacturers  : — 


Builders  : 

A.  BEVERIDGE    74 

W.  GOURLEY    83 


W.  M'PHERSON  53 


Builders'  ironmonger : — 


Bullion  dealers : — 

C.  HARROLD  &  CO  116 

Bunting  manufacturers  : — 

E.  RILEY  &  CO  120 

Cabinet  brass  founders  : — 

J.  CARTLAND  &  SON  LIMITED     115 


Brassfounders —  Glasgow  Trades 

Cabinet  makers  :  — 



W.  M'PHERSON   53 

A.  W.  MUGGOCH 36 

J.  PRINGLE   98 

Cannel  merchants  : — 

J.  M'KELVIE  &  CO 25 


Card  clothing  manufacturer : — 


Card  covering  manufacturers  :  — 


Carpet  beaters :  — 


Carpet  manufacturers : — 


Carriage  builders : — 







Cartwrights :  — 


T.  McCALL  &  SONS 

Cask  merchant : — 


Cattle  salesmen  : — ■ 

J.  &  J.  MARSHALL 

Cement  manufacturer  &  merchant: — 

A.  McARA  

Cement  merchants : — 


F.  R.  &  C.  H.  LUKE  &  CO 

W.  C.  M'OWAT   

Cement  &  stucco  merchant : — 


Chair  manufacturer  : — 


Chandelier  manufacturers  : — 


Chemical  manufacturers  :— 

J.  ROSS  &CO 

W.  G.  WALKER  &  SONS  

Chemists — Manufacturing : — 

A.  HOPE,  JUN.  &  CO 

Chimney  piece  manufacturers  : — 


F.  R.  &  C.  H.  LUKE  &  CO 

Chimney  stack  repairers  :  — 

D. TOSH  &  SON 

China,  glass  &  earthenware  merchant : — 


Church  spire  repairers  : — 

D.  TOSH  &  SON 

Closet  manufacturers  : — 


J.  &R.  HOWIE 

Cloth  hearthrug  manufacturer: — 


Clothiers : — 


Coal  masters : — 


Coal  merchants : — 

A.  &  G.  ANDERSON 


J.  M'KELVIE  &  CO 

J.  WALDIE  &  SONS    


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Coal  boring  machine  manufacturers: — 


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Coil  manufacturers  :-- 

Coke  manufacturers  :  — 

A.  &G.  ANDERSON 3' 

Colliery  furnisher  : — 


Colliery  proprietors  :  — 

A.  &  G.  ANDERSON    3' 

C.CAMMELL&.  CO.  LIMITED     118 


J.  WALDIE  &  SONS 25 

Colonial  machinery  man  ufacturers  : — 

R.  WAYGOOD  &  CO.  LIMITED   113 

Concrete  &  cement  worker  : — 


Confectioner  : — 


Consulting  engineers : — 

C.  RITCHIE  &  CO  20 

W.  R.  M.  THOMSON  &  CO 33 

Cooking  stove  manufacturer  :  — 


Coopers : — 

N.  DRYBURGH  &  SON    22 

j.  Mcdonald  &  sons  109 

J.  MACQUEEN 30&37 

Corn  merchants : — 


R.  &D.HALLEY  S4 

F.H.WILSON    106 

Corrugated  iron  manufacturers : — 


Cotton  &  cotton  waste  machinery  manufacturers  : — 


Cotton  spinners  &  manufacturers  : — 

R.  HAWORTH  &  CO.  LIMITED  124 

Crane  manufacturers  : — 


R.  WAYGOOD  &  CO.  LIMITED    113 

Curtain  manufacturers : — 

J.  &  J.  WILSON  &  CO 71 

Curtain  hook  manufacturers: — 

C.  ROWLEY  &  CO    117 

Cushion  manufacturers  : — 

J.  E.  THURMAN  &  CO  107 

Cycle  manufacturers  : — 




Designer  &  print  cutter  :  — 

J.  MUNRO  36 

Die  sinker : — 

A.  FENWICK 117 

Distillers : — 






W.  LONGMORE  &  CO.  LIMITED    90 


Distillers  :  — 


A.  ROSS  &  SON 99 

G.  &  J.  G.SMITH    45 


A.  WILSON  &  CO 105 

Distillers'  engineer : — 


Door  furniture  manufacturers  : — 


Door  spring  manufacturers  : — 


Drain  pipe  manufacturers  : — 

J,  &R.  HOWIE : 50 

Drainage  company : — 

MENT CO  20 

Drapers  : — 

H.  GAVIN  &  SON 40 

R.  LAWSON  &  CO.  LIMITED    42 

Dredger  &  excavator  manufacturers  : — 


Drysalters  : — 

H.  M.  MACFEE  &  CO  92 

Dubbing  manufacturers :  — 


Dynamo  manufacturers : — 


Educational  publishers :  — 

W.  &  A.  K.  JOHNSTON iS 

Electric  light  fittings  manufacturers  : — 

EVERED  &  CO.  LIMITED    Facing 

Brassfounders — Glasgow  Trades 
Electrical  engineers  : — 

J.  GRAY  &  SON    Facing  commencement 

of  Edinburgh  Trades 

T.  LAURIE  &  CO  89 

Electricians : — 


Electro-platers : — 

Enamelled  brick  manufacturers :-  - 

J.  &R.  HOWIE 5° 

Engine  &  boiler  fittings  manufacturers: — 


Engineers  :  — 

P.  BELL  &  SON 21 


T.  BRIERLEY    126 


A.  F.  CRAIG  &  CO.  LIMITED  47 

D.  J.DUNLOP&CO    61 

J.  DUNLOP 80 

GRANT,  RITCHIE  &  CO    62 

J.  G.  KINCAID  &  CO  51 


W.  McGEE&SON    6$ 

J.  M'KIDD 93 

J.  F.  LOW  &  CO    89 

R.  MELVIN in 

W.  PATON  98 

W.  SHARP  &  SONS  101 

T.  WHITE  &  SONS 71 

SCOT.       C  2 



Engineers'  factors  : — 

J.  &  J.  DRUMMOND    79 

Engineers'  tool  minufacturers  : — 

J.  T.  DONALD  &  CO.  LIMITED    108 


W.  McGEE  &  SON  65 

MAUD  &  TURNER 120 

Engraver : — 

A.  FENWICK    117 

Estate  agent: — 

T.  GAFF 22 

Fancy  leather  manufacturers  :  - 

T.  T.WOOD  &  CO     114 

Feather  manufacturers  &  purifiers  :  — 

J.  E.  THURMAN  &  CO    107 

Feather  bedding  manufacturers : — 

File  manufacturers  : — 

C.  CAMMELL  &  CO.  LIMITED     11S 

Fire  brick  manufacturers  : — 

CO 46 



T.  KING  &  CO   88 


Fire  extinguishing  apparatus  manufacturers: — 

GUEST  &  CHRIMES    119 

Fireproof  safe  manufacturer  :  — 

—  WHITFIELD    ...  Facing 

Fireproof  Safe  Makers —  Glasgow  Trades 
Firework  manufacturers : — 

T.  C.  BARLOW 34 

J.  HAMMOND  &  CO    23 

Fish  curers : — 

HAY  &  CO  84 

Fish,  game  &  rabbit  salesman  : — 


Fish  hook  manufacturers  : — 


Fishing  tackle  manufacturer : — 

P.  D.  MALLOCH 94 

Fishmonger : — 

H.  LAING    24 

Flag  manufacturers : — 

E.  RILEY&CO     120 

Flock  manufacturer : — 

J.  LEES    125 

Florists  : — 

W.  BROWN 58 


Flour  merchants :  — 

R.  &  D.  HALLEY 84 

Forage  contractors : — 

R.  &  D.  HALLEY 84 

Fruit  merchant : — 

W.  BROWN 58 

Funeral  furnishers: — 

A.SIMPSON    44 

H.  P.  WATT    104 

Furniture  dealers : — 

MRS.  J.  DUFFIN 79 

MRS.  M.  HOGAN 86 


Furniture  removers : — 



J.  M'INTOSH  &  CO     92 

J.  PRINGLE  98 


J.  WHYTE   105 

Furniture  warehouses  : — 


J.  M'INTOSH  &  CO  92 


Galvanized  iron  manufacturers:— 


Gas  burner  manufacturers  : — 

GUEST  &  CHRIMES   119 

Gas  fittings  manufacturers : — 


Brassfounders —  Glasgow  Trades 

Gas  meter  manufacturers : — 


Gas  retort  manufacturers  : — 


Gas,  steam  &  water  fittings  manufacturers  :  — 


Gasfitters : — 

J.  &  J.  DUFF 79 

P.  &  R.  FLEMING  &  CO 32 

W.  &  J.  FORRESTER 62 

R.  FRATER    82 

FREW,  WATSON  &  CO  49 

J.  GRAY  &  SON   Facing  commencement 

of  Edinburgh  Trades 

J.  McEWAN    92 

J.PARKER   97 


A.WATSON    104 

Gauge  glass  manufacturers  : — 


Glass  bottle  manufacturers: — 


Glass  embosser : — 

S.  KEMP S7 

Glass  merchants : — 



D.  O'MAY    _ 6S 

Glass  tube  cutter  manufacturers — patent : — 


Gold  &  silver  refiners : — 

C.  HARROLD  &  CO "6 

Goldsmiths  : — 


J.  MUNRO  95 

J.RAMSAY     i" 

Golf  club  &  ball  manufacturer : — 

T.MORRIS     95 

Grain  merchants  : — 

A.  WILSON  &  SONS i°6 

Granite  merchants : — 



D.  H.  &  J.  NEWALL    67 

D.  NEWALL   96 




Grocers : — 

CASSELS  &  CO 59 

Ground  gannister  manufacturers  : — 


CO 4° 


Gutta-percha  manufacturers  : — 


Hackle  &  gill  pin  manufacturers  : — 



Ham  curers :  — 

W.  J.  &  J.  CULLENS    60 

Harness  composition  manufacturers  : — 

J.ROBERTSON      99 


Hearthrug  manufacturer  : — 

J.  BEEVER 122 

Heating  apparatus  manufacturers : — 

J.  GRAY  &  SON  Facing  commencement 

of  Edinburgh  Trades 
Heating  engineers  : — 

C.  RITCHIE  &  CO    20 

Heating  &  ventilating  appliance  manufacturer : — 

R.  WILLISON    107 

Hide  &  skin  brokers  : — 

R.  RAMSEY  &  CO    33 

Horse  &  cattle  embrocation  manufacturers  :  — 


Horse  clipper  manufacturers: — 

W.  &J.  PLANT 126 

Hose  pipe  manufacturers  : — 

J.  &  J.  DRUMMOND    79 


W.  H.  WILLCOX  &  CO.  LIMITED  112 

Hosiers: — 

H.  GAVIN  &  SON 40 


Hotels  :— 

A.BLAIR     57 

H.  BRYDON    75 


D.  CAMERON    38 



E.  CESARI 60 


T.  DOBIE    7S 

T.  GOED 82 



J.  W.  GUNN   63 


J.  HEATH    85 

J.  T.  KEDDIE    64 

F.  KEEBLE  &  CO 87 

D.KENNEDY    88 


J.LENNOX    90 

R.  A.  LOWE  91 

j.  McGregor 66 

a.  g.  mackenzie 93 

r.  m'kenzie  66 

a.  m'tavish 94 


Hotels:  — 

C.  NELSON 96 


A.  PIRIE 98 


C.  W.  REID    99 

J.  F.  RUPPRECHT  Facing  commencement 

of  Glasgow 

A.SMITH     in 

J.  STEWART 102 

J.  THOMSON,  JUN  102 

J.  WATERS    104 

D.  WILKIE    105 

Hotel — private  :  — 


Hotel — temperance  : — 


House  &c  agents: — 


Hydraulic  engineers : — 

J.  BARR  34 

J.  MACLEISH   93 

Hydraulic  press  manufacturers : — 


India  rubber  manufacturers: — ■ 



India  rubber  washer  manufacturers : — 


Injector  manufacturers : — 

W.  H.  WILLCOX  &  CO.  LIMITED  112 

Institution  :  — 


Insurance  agents : — 


Iron  dealers  &  merchants  :  — 


Iron  forgings  manufacturers : — 

M.  REID  &  CO  99 

Iron  founders  : — 


P.  BELL  &  SON 21 

BROOKS  &  DOXEY    124 


A.  F.  CRAIG  &  CO.  LIMITED  47 

GRANT,  RITCHIE  &  CO     62 

J.  M'KIDD  93 

J.  F.  LOW  &CO 89 


W.  PATON 98 

R.  RUSSELL  &  SONS  100 

Iron  manufacturers : — 


C.  CAMMELL  &  CO.  LIMITED    118 


WYLIE&  CO 72 

Iron  merchants: — 

J.  T.  DONALD  &  CO.  LIMITED  10S 

P.  &  R.  FLEMING  &  CO 32 

Iron  bridge  builders : — 

P.  BELL&SON 21 

Iron  buildings  manufacturer  : — 

W.  HARBROW  113 




Iron  forgings  manufacturers  : — 


Iron  gate  manufacturers : — 

P.  BELL  &  SON 21 

Iron  roof  manufacturers  : — 

P.  BELL&SON 21 

W.  HARBROW 113 

Iron  tank  manufacturer  :  — 

G.  BLACK  74 

Ironmongers :  — 


P.  &  R.  FLEMING  &  CO 32 


J.  GRAY  &  SON  Facing  commencement  of 

Edinburgh  Trades 


J.  RUSSELL  100 


VIRTUE  &  COMPANY    103 

Jam  manufacturers  : — 

R.  &  W.  SCOTT 69 

Jelly  manufacturers : — 

R.  &W.  SCOTT 69 

Jewellers  : — 

T.  FREW S2 


J.  MUNRO  36 

D.  &  J.  STEWART    70 

Job  &  post  masters : — ■ 

A.  HORNE 86 

A.  S.  M'ARTHUR 91 

R.  &  J.  MARSHALL 94 

Joiners: — 


A.  SIMPSON   44 

Joinery  manufacturers  :  — 

W.  HARBROW  113 


Kitchen  range  manufacturers  : — 

J.  GRAY'  &  SON Facing  commencement  of 

Edinburgh  Trades 

Lamp  manufacturers : — 

A.  CALDOW   59 

J.  W.  CAMPBELL  &  CO 59 

J.  GRAY'  &  SON Facing  commencement  of 

Edinburgh  Trades 

Lamp  shade  manufacturers:  — 

J.  GRAY'  &  SON  Facing  commencement  of 

Edinburgh  Trades 
Lathe  manufacturers  :  — 

MAUD  &  TURNER 120 

Laundries  : — 



D.  LEGGAT&CO    89 

Lead  merchants : — 

J.  McEWAN    92 

J.  PARKER 97 

Leather  manufacturers : — 

J.  &  J.  DBUMMOND   79 

Letter  binder  manufacturer  : — ■ 


Lift  &  hoist  manufacturers:-- 

E.  WAYGOOD  &  CO.  LIMITED   113 

Lifter  manufacturers — patent : — 

Lightning  conductor  manufacturers  : — 

D.  TOSH  &  SON 71 

Lime  merchants : — 


A.  McARA    32 

Linen  &  cotton  bleachers: — 


Livery  stable  proprietors  : — 


R.  CONQUER  &  SON  77 

A.  HORNE  86 

g.  m'jlelland 91 

McGregor  &  cameron 92 

r.  &  j.  marshall 94 

Lorry  builders  : — 

T.  M'CALL  &  SONS 52 

Lubricator  manufacturers : — 


Machine  band  manufacturers: — 

J.  &  J.  DRUMMOND    79 

Machinery  merchants : — 

R.  A.  KING  &  CO no 


Machinists:  — 

J.  BARR  34 


J.  F.  LOW&CO    89 

W.  McGEE  &  SON 65 

W.  SHARP  &  SONS  101 

T.  WHITE  &  SONS 71 

Magnesia  manufacturers : — 


Malleable  castings  manufacturers : — 

E.  LUCAS  &  SON  120 

Manufacturers'  agents : — 

J.  TAIT&CO 102 

Map  publishers :  — 

W.  &  A.  K.  JOHNSTON  18 

Marble  merchants : — 

F.  R.  &  C.  H.  LUKE  &  CO 17 

Marmalade  manufacturers  : — 

R.  &  W.  SCOTT  69 

Matting  manufacturers  :  — 

DON  &  DUNCAN    no 

Mattress  manufacturers : — 


J.  E.  THURMAN&  CO 107 

Measuring  tape  manufacturers  :  — 


Meat  salesman :  — 


Merchants :  — 

HAY  &  CO  84 

J.  TAIT  &  CO 102 

Metal  merchants : — 


Brassfonnders — Glasgow  Trades 



Metal  merchants :  — 



Metallic  bedstead  manufacturers  :— 


Srassfounders  —  Glasgow  Trades 

Mill  furnishers : — 


SMITH  &  CHRISTIE    106 

Mill  puff  manufacturer  :  — 

J.  LEES    I25 

Millers : — 


Milliners: — 

R.  LAWSON  &  CO.  LIMITED    42 

Millwrights  :  — 


A.  F.  CRAIG  &  CO.  LIMITED   47 

J.  M'KIDD 93 

R.  MELVIN in 

Mineral  oil  manufacturers  : — 

J.  ROSS  &  CO    100 

Mineral  water  manufacturers: — 

J.  CRAIK&CO 60 

Miners'  lamp  manufacturer  : — 

A.  CALDOW  59 

Mining  tool  manufacturers  : — 


Front  Cover 

Monumental  masons  : — 



.T.  HOOD  &SON 86 


J.  L.  THOMSON 103 

Motor  carriage  makers  :  — 


Mu  sic  warehouses  :— 

J.  HADDOW   50 

A.  OGILVIE   54 

Music  sellers  : — 


Naturalist:  — 

P.  D.  MALLOCH 94 

Newspaper  agents  : — 

KEITH  &  CO 24 

Newspapers : — 
















Newspapers :  — 



Needle  manufacturers  : — 

H.  MILWARD&  SONS  LIMITED    '.....    117 

Nurserymen  : — 


W.  LEARMONT  &  SON 64 

Oil  engine  manufacturer  : — 

J.  DUNLOP     So 

Oil  merchants  &  refiners : — 

H.  M.  MACFEE  &  CO    92 

Oil  mill  machinery  manufacturers  :  — 



Old  china— dealers  in  : — 

MRS.  J.  DUFFIN  79 


Optician  : — 

T.  FREW S2 

Organ  builder :  — 

J.  HADDOW    50 

Outfitters  :  — 

H.  GAVIN  &  SON   4° 

R.  LAWSON  &  CO.   LIMITED    42 

Oven  builders : — 



Overmantel  manufacturers : — 

M.  TYTLER  &  SONS 103 

Painters  : — 

W.  CARSON  &  SON    7& 

J.  DOWELL   78 

J.  KEMP  &  SON  87 

Paperhangers : — 

W.  CARSON  &  SON    76 

J.  DOWELL   78 

Patent  agents : — 

W.  R.  M.  THOMSON  &  CO 33 

Pianoforte  manufacturers  : — 

J.  HADDOW  5a 


Pianoforte  &  organ  warehouse  : — 

C.  P.  STEVENSON 101 

Pick  manufacturers  :  — 


Front  Cover 
Picture  frame  makers  : — 

J.  DOWELL   78 

D.  O'MAY   68 

Plasterer: — 

W.  C.  M'OWAT    106  ■ 

Plate  glass  insurance  cos. :  — 







CO.  LIMITED    13 

Plate  glass  merchants  :  — 





Plumbers  :  — 

J.   &  J.  DUFF     79 

J.  McEWAN     92 

R.  FRATER   82 

FREW,  WATSON  &  CO 49 

J.  GRAY  &  SON Facing  commencement 

of  Trades  —Edinburgh  Section 

J.  MACLEISH    93 

J.  PARKER     :..     97 

D.  PURVES  &  CO   19 

A.  WATSON 104 

Polished  granite  manufacturers  : — 

R.  D.  CRUICKSHANK  &  CO  78 


Polishing  paste  manufacturers  :  — 


Potters:  — 


TWYFORDS  LIMITED  Facing  Sanitary 

Appliance  Manfrs. — General  Trades  Section 

Printers  &  Publishers  :  — 

&   publishers   of    the   Post    Office  London, 

County  &  Trades  Directories  &e Facing  Front 

Cover,  Facing  Back  Cover,  Inside  Back 
Cover  $■  pp.  127  §  128 

Printing  machine  manufacturers  : — 


Provision  merchants:  — 

CASSELS  &  CO 59 

Publication  :  — 


Publishers  : — 

W.  &  A.  K.  JOHNSTON   iS 

Quarry  owners : — 



T.  KING  &  CO SS 


J.  MURRAY  &  SONS 96 

D.  H.  &  J.  NEW  ALL    67 

D.  NEWALL    96 

D.  K.  &  H.  SYMINGTON    70 

Rag  merchants  :  — 

J.  E.  THURMAN  &  CO    107 

Railway  contractors  :  — 

D.  K.  &  H.  SYMINGTON    70 

Railway  spring  manufacturers  :  — 

C.  CAMMELL  &  CO.  LIMITED    118 

Refiners  :  — 

C.  HARROLD  &  CO    116 

Restaurant : — 

R.  OUGHTON    68 

Rock  boring  machine  manufacturers  : — 


Front  Cover 
Rock  building  composition  manufacturers  :  — 

W.  G.  WALKER  &  SONS 56 

Rope,  line  &  twine  manufacturers : — ■ 



Safety  pin  manufacturers  : — 

C.  ROWLEY  &  CO    117 

Sanitary  appliance  manufacturers: — 

TWYFORDS  LIMITED  Facing  Sanitary 

Appliance  Manfrs. — General  Trade  Section 
Sanitary  association  :  — 

CIATION      37 

Sanitary  engineer : — 

J.  MACLEISH     93 

Sanitary  fittings  manufacturers: — 

J.  &  R.  HOWIE 50 

Saw  manufacturers : — 

ONIONS  &  CO    116 

Saw  mill  proprietors : — 


A.  PATERSON   97 

Scotch  oatmeal  manufacturers  :  — 


Scotch  tartan  warehouse  :  — 

H.  GAVIN  &  SON 40 

Sculptors  : — 




J.  L.  THOMSON 103 

Seed  grower  :  — 

J.  MACQUEEN    30  £  37 

Seedsman  :  — 

W.  BROWN 58 

Sheep  &  cattle  salesmen  :  — 


Sheep  dip  manufacturer : — 

J.ELLIOT   80 

Shetland  goods  manufacturers: — ■ 

J.  WHITE  &  CO    23 

Ship  builders  : — 

D.  J.  DUNLOP  &  CO    61 

J.  G.  KINCAID  &  CO    51 

Ship  furnishing  ironmongers  : — 

J.  W.  CAMPBELL  &  CO 59 

Ship  owners : — 

HAY  &  CO  84 

Show  case  manufacturers  : — 

M.  TYTLER  &  SONS     103 

Silica  manufacturers : — 



Silversmiths:  — 

D.  MACGREGOR  ...„ 65 

J.  MUNRO  95 

J.RAMSAY    m 

Skin  merchant : — 

M.  HODGSON    85 

Slate  merchants :  — 


F.  R.  &  C.  H.  LUKE  &  CO 17 

A.  McARA  32 

Slater : — 

W.  C.  M'OWAT 106 

Smiths  :  — 


Soap  manufacturers : — 

J.  MELLIS&CO    95 




Society  : — 

Spade  &  shovel  manufacturers : — 

M.  RELD&CO 99 

Spindle  &  flyer  manufacturers : — 

E.  LUCAS  &  SON 120 

Stained  glass  manufacturer  : — 

S.  KEMP 87 

Stained  glass  window  manufacturer  ; — 

D.  O'MAY   68 

Stampers  &  piercers  : — 

E.  A.  ALLEN  &  CO   115 

C.  ROWLEY  &  CO    117 

Stave  merchants : — 

N.  DRYBURGH  &  SON  22 

j.  Mcdonald  &  sons  109 

Steam  engine  manufacturers  :  — 

J.  BARR  ._. 34 


J.  McDOWALL  &  SONS  S3 


J.  G.  KINCAID  &  CO   51 

W.  SHARP  &;  SONS  101 

T.  WHITE  &  SONS  71 

Steam  hammer  manufacturers  : — 


J.  DUNLOP 80 

Steam  packing  manufacturers  : — 


W.  H.  WILLCOX&  CO.  LIMITED  112 

Steam  pump  manufacturers  : — 

W.  H.  AVILLCOX  &  CO.  LIMITED  112 

Steel  castings  manufacturers  : — 


Steel  forgings  manufacturers  : — 

M.  REID&CO    99 

J.  SUTHERLAND  &  CO   70 

Steel  manufacturers  : — 



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Steel  merchants : — 

J.  T.  DONALD  &  CO.  LIMITED    108 

Stencil  plate  cutter : — 

J.  MUNRO    36 

Stickphast  paste  manufacturers : — 


Stone  merchants : — 


J.  MURRAY  &  SONS    96 

Stove  &  range  manufacturers  : — 


Tailors:  — 

R.  LA WSON  &  CO.  LIMITED    42 

Tallow  brokers : — 

R.  RAMSEY  &  CO    33 

Tar  distillers : — 

J.  ROSS  &  CO 100 

Tar  macadam  manufacturers  : — 

W.  G.  WALKER  &  SONS    56 

Temperance  hotels : — 


(PERTH) 49 

LAMB'S  HOTEL    41 

Terra  cotta  manufacturers  ;  — 


Textile  engineers : — 

SMITH  &  CHRISTIE    106 

Timber  merchants : — 


HAY  &  CO S4 


A.  WILKIE     ,. 105 

A.  WILSON  &  SONS 106 

Tool  manufacturers  : — 

ONIONS  &  CO 116 

T.  WHITE  &  SONS   71 

Tube  manufacturers : — 

WILSON  <&  UNION  TUBE  CO.  LIMITED  ...     72 

Turbine  manufacturers  : — 

J.  MACDONALD  &  CO 35 

Tyre  manufacturers  : — 


Undertakers :  — 



J.  MCINTOSH  &  CO    92 

A.  SIMPSON   44 

H.  P.  WATT    104 

Upholsterers  : — 





A.  W.  MUGGOCH 36 


VIRTUE  &  CO 103 

J.  AVELLER 104 

J.  WHYTE  105 

Valve  manufacturers : — 

GUEST  &  CHRIMES    119 

Van  &  lorry  builders  : — 


Van  builders : — 


Ventilating  engineers : — 

C.  RITCHIE  &  CO 20 

Veterinary  surgeon : — 

A.  S.  M'ARTHUR 91 

Veterinary  colleges : — 

BURGH)       23 

Watch  makers : — 

T.  FREW 82 

J.  RAMSAY in 

D.  &  J.  STEWART 70 

Water  meter  manufacturers  : — 

GUEST  &  CHRIMES    119 

Waterproof  goods  manufacturers  : — 


Whisky  merchants  : — 





Wine  &  spirit  merchants  : — 



T.  PATEESON  &  SONS    97 

Wire  manufacturers : — 


Wire  cloth  manufacturers  : — 


R.  M'DONALD    30 

A.  EOWAT&CO   36 

Wire  drawers : — 


Wire  fence  manufacturers  : — 

P.  &  R.  FLEMING  &  CO 32 

Wire  workers  : — 


R.  M'DONALD    30 

Wire  work  manufacturers  :— 

A.  ROWAT&CO  36 

Wood  screw  manufacturer  :  — ■ 

A.  PILLA.NS    69 


Wood  stain  manufacturer.: — 


Wood  working  machinery  manufacturers : — 

J.  M'DOWALL  &  SONS    53 

Wool  brokers : — 

R.  RAMSEY  &  CO    ,  33 

Wool  merchant : — 


Wool  spinner : — ■ 


Wool  waste  merchants  : — 

J.  E.  THURMAN  &  CO 107 

Woollen  drapers  :— 

H.  GAVIN  &  SON 40 

Woollen  goods  manufacturer : — 

J.  GREIG 83 

Woollen  machinery  manufacturers : — 


Wool  mat  manufacturers  : — 

T.  T.  WOOD  &  CO 114 

Zinc  worker : — 

J.  McEWAN    92 




ABERDEEN  JOURNAL,  Newspaper    5° 


ALDER  &  MACKAY,  Gas  meter  manufacturers  & 

brass  founders  18 

ALERT    IRONFOUNDRY     CO.,    Iron     founders 

&  pattern  makers 72 

ALLEN  E.  A.  &  CO.,  Stampers  &  piercers 115 

ALLOA  GLASS  WORK  CO.,  Glass  bottle  manufrs  108 

ANDERSON  A.  &  G.,  Coal  masters  &  coke  manufrs  31 
ANDERSON    BROTHERS,    Cabinet     makers     & 

upholsterers 73 

ARNOTr  W.,  Boiler  mmufaeturer       31 

AYR  OBSERVER,  Newspaper 73 

AYRSHIRE  POST,  Newspaper   73 




BARLOW  T.  C,  Firework  manufacturer  34 

BARR  J.,  Hydraulic  engineer  &  machine  maker  ...  34 

BARR  R.,  Aerated  water  manufacturer 57 


BEEVER  J.,  Cloth  hearthrug  manufacturer 122 

BELL  P.  &  SON,  Smiths,  engineers  &  ironfounders  21 

BEVERIDGE  D.  &  SON,  Monumental  masons    ...  74 

BEVERIDGE  A.,  Builder    74 

BLACK  G.,  Boiler  &  tank  maker 74 

BLACKADDERBROS.,  Engineers  &  millwrights  57 

BLAIR  A.,  Hotel  57 



BRIERLEY  T.,  Blowing  &  exhausting  fan  manu- 
facturer    126 

BROOKS  &  DOXEY  LIMITED,  Cotton  &  wool 

machinery  manufacturers   124 

BROWN  W.,  Fruit  merchant,  seedsman  &  florist...  58 

BRYDON  H.,  Hotel 75 

BUCHANAN  J.  &  CO.,  Brass  founders 21 

BUCHANAN  A.,  Wine  &spirit  merchant  5S 

BUCHANAN  MRS.,  Hotel  75 

BULLERS  LIMITED,    Door  furniture  manufac- 
turers   114 

CALDOW  A.,  Lamp  manufacturer 59 


Companies — Edinburgh  Section 




CAMERON  D.,  Hotel 38 

CAMMELL   C.  &  CO.  LIMITED,  Steel,  iron,  file 

&  tyre  manufacturers 118 

CAMPBELL  J.   W.   &  CO.,  Ship  furnishing  iron- 
mongers    59 

CAMPBELL  C,  Hotel 75 

CAMPBELL  M.,  Nurseryman  &  florist 75 

CARMICHAEL  J.  Hotel 76 

CARMICHAEL  J.,  Private  hotel 76 

CARSON  W.  &  SON,  House  painters  &  decorators  76 
CARTLAND    J.    &    SON  LIMITED,    Cabinet  & 

builders'  brass  founders 1 15 

CASSELS    &    CO.,   Grocers,   provision,    wine    & 

spirit  merchants  59 

CESARIE.,  Hotel 60 

CHARLTON   &   WYLLIE,   Millers  &  corn  mers.  76 

&  CHINA 1 

CHRISTIE  G.,  Sculptor  &  marble  cutter  77 

CHRYSTAL  G.,  Engineer,  iron  &  brass  founder...  77 


CLEGHORN  W.,  Livery  stable  proprietor 77 


CONQUER  R.  &  SON,  Livery  stable  proprietors...  77 


COUSLAND  A  &  SON,  Wire  workers  &  wire  cloth 

manufacturers  29 

CRAIG  A.  F.  &  CO.  LIMITED,    Engineers,  iron 

founders,  millwrights  &  boiler  makers  47 

CRAIK  J.  &  CO.,  Mineral  water  manufacturers   ...  60 

CROOKSHANKS  J.,  Undertaker    78 


CRUICKSHANK   R.  D.  &  CO.,  Polished   granite 

manufacturers  7S 

CRUICKSHANK  J.,  Oven  builder  21 

CULLENS  W.  J.  &  J.,  Fleshers  &  ham  curers  60 

DAILY  FREE  PRESS,  Newspaper 47 

DAILY  RECORD,  Newspaper 26 

DICKSON     &     WALKER,    Glass    merchants    & 

glaziers  24 

DINNEFORD  &  CO. ,  Magnesia  manufacturers 113 


TRADE  NEWS,  Publication 34 

DOBIET.,  Hotel 7§ 

DON  &  DUNCAN,  Carpet  &  matting  manufrs no 




DONALD  J.  T.  &  CO.  LIMITED,  Engineers'  tool 

manufacturers  10S 

DONALDSON*  J.,  Salmon,  game&  rabbit  salesman  124 
DOUGALL   J.   &'  SONS  LIMITED,   Silica  &  fire 

brick  manufacturers 48 

DOWELL  J.,  Painter,  gilder  &  paperhanger 78 


DRUMMOND  J.  &  J.  .Leather  belting  manufacturers  79 

DRYBURGH  N    &    SON,  Coopers  &  stave  mers  22 

DUFF  J.  &  J.,  Plumbers,  gas  &  hot  water  fitters...  79 

DUFFIN  MRS.  J.,  Antique  &  modern  furniture  dlr  79 
DUMFRIES     &    GALLOWAY      COURIER     & 

HERALD,  Newspaper    .-. So 

paper    61 


DUNLOPD.  J.  &  CO.,  Engineers  &  ship  builders...  61 

DUNLOP  J.  Engineer  &  steam  hammer  manufr  ...  80 

ELLIOT  J,,  Sheep  dip  manufacturer   So 



EVER ED   &  CO.  LIMITED,  Brass  founders,  gas- 
fittings  &  metallic  bedstead  manufacturers Facing 

Brassfounders —  Glasgoio  Trades 

FAIRLEY  G.,  Ironmonger    So 

FENWICK  A.,  Die  sinker  &  engraver 117 

FIELD   &   ALLAN,  Slate,   glass,  cement  &  brick 

merchants 22 


FLEMING  P.&  R.  &  CO., Ironmongers  &  iron  mers  32 

FLEMING  &  TAYLOR,  Coach  builders 61 

FLETCHER  &  ROY,  Cycle  manufacturers   48 

FORRESTER  &  BOYD,  House  agents  Si 

FORRESTER   W.    &   J.,     Plumbers    &    sanitary 

engineers  62 


FOULDS  W.  &  CO.  LIMITED,  Distillers    81 

FRANCE  &  MORGAN,  Brassfounders  &  engine  & 

boiler  fittings  manufacturers 29 

FRASER,   TAYLOR    &   GIBSON,    Timber   mers  34 

FRATER  R.,  Plumber,  brass  founder  &  gasfitter...  82 
FREW,  WATSON  &  CO.,  Plumbers,  brassfounders 

&  gasfitters   49 

FREW  T.,  Watch  maker,  jeweller  &  optician    82 

GAFF  T.,  Accountant  &  estate  agent 22 

GARDNER  &  CO.,  Laundry    82 

GAULDE.,  Oven  builder 108 

GAVIN  H.  &  SON,  General  drapers  &  outfitters...  40 

CO 7 

GLASGOW  DAILY  MAIL,  Newspaper 28 

GLASGOW  WEEKLY  MAIL,  Newspaper 28 



GOEDT.,  Hotel 82 

GOURLAY  W.,  Builder  &  contractor 83 

GRAHAM   &   MORTON,    Ironmongers    &    house 

furnishers 62 


GRANT,    CAMERON  &    CURLE,   Smiths,  cart- 
wrights,  spring  van  &  lorry  builders    35 

GRANT, RITCHIE  &CO.,  Engineers,  ironfounders 

&  boiler  makers    62 


GRAY   J.    &   SON,   Ironmongers   &  electrical  en- 
gineers   Facing  commencement 

of  Trades  m  Edinburgh  Section 



engineers'  tool,  steam  engine  &  oil  mill  machinery 

manufacturers  121 

GREIG  J.,  Tweed  cloth  manufacturer 83 

GRINDLAYR.,  Hotel   83 

GROHE    MADAME,     Anglo-Parisian    Associated 

School  of  Dress 35 

GUEST  &  CHRIMES,  Brass  founders .'  119 

GUNN  J.  W.,  Hotel   63 

HADDOW  J.,  Organ  &  pianoforte  manufacturer  ...     50 
HALLEY  BROTHERS  LIMITED,  Hackle,  gill  & 

wood  card  covering  manufacturers    63 

HALLEY  R.  &D.,  Corn  &  flour  merchants    84 

HAMILTON  T.,  Hotel   84 

HAMMOND  T.  &  CO.,  Firework  manufacturers  ...     23 

HANNAH  W.,  Wool  spinner 84 

HARBROW  W.,  Iron  buildings  &  roofing  manufr      113 
tool,  steel,  rock  &  coal  boring  machinery  manu- 
facturers  Inside  Front  Cover  ' 

HAROLD  C.  &  CO.,  Assayers,   bullion  dealers   & 

refiners 1 16 

HAWORTH  R.&  CO.LIM.,Cotton  spinners  &  mnfrs    124 
HAY  &  CO.,  Merchants,  ship  owners  &  fish  curers        84 

HEATH  J.,  Hotel  85 

HEATON  &  DUGARD,  Metal  &  wire  rolling  mills  116 

HENDERSON  R.  &  T.,  Boarding  house   85 

HESLOP,  WILSON  &  CO.,  Polished  granite  manu- 
facturers         85 

HETHERINGTON  R.,  Cabinet  maker,  upholsterer 

&  furniture  remover    64 

HODGSON  M.,  Glass,china  &  earthenware  merchant    85 
HOGAN  MRS.  M.,  Antique  furniture  &  old  china 

dealer 86 

HOOD  J.  &  SON,  Monumental  sculptors    86 

HOPE  A.,  JUN.  &  CO.,  Manufacturing  chemists...     32 

HORNE  A.,  Job  &  post  master 86 


HOWIE  J.  &  R.,    Colliery  proprietors  &  brick  & 

tile  manufacturers     50 

HUTCHEON  J.,  Monumental  mason  &  sculptor  ...     86 
JOHNSTON  W.  &  A.  K.,  Educational  &  general 

publishers 18 

KEDDIE  J.  T.,  Hotel  64 

KEEBLE  F.  &  CO.,  Hotel    87 

KEITH  &  CO.,  Advertising  &  newspaper  agents  ...     24 


publishers,  &  printers  |&  publishers  of  the  Post 

Office  London, County  &  Trades  Directories  Sac. ..Facing 

Front   Cover,  Facinq  Back  Cov§r> 

Inside  Back  Cover  <$■  pp.  127  $  128 

KEMP  J.  &  SON,  Painters  &  glaziers    87 

KEMP  S.,  Decorator  &  glass  embosser    87 

KENNEDY  A.  D.,  Coach  builder 87 

KENNEDY  D.,  Cycle  manufacturer    88 

KENNEDY  D.,  Hotel   88 




KERRIDGE  J.,  Hotel 88 

KINCAID  J.  G.  &  CO.,  Engineers  &  ship  builders  51 

KING  R.  A.  &  CO.,  Machinery  merchants no 

KING  T.  &  CO.,  Quarry  masters  &  brick  makers  ...  88 

KINROSS  W.  &  SONS,  Coach  builders  89 

KlRKWOOD  A.,  Lime  merchant 35 

LAING  H.,  Fishmonger 24 



LAURIE  T.  &  CO..  Electrical  engineers    89 

LAWSON  R.  &  CO.  LIMITED,  Outfitters  &  house 

furnishers 42 


paste  manufacturers    126 

LEARMONT  W.  &  SON,  Nurserymen   64 

LEES  J.,  Flock  &  mill  puff  manufacturer 125 

LEGGATD.  &  CO.,  Laundry   89 

LEITH  &  LUMSDEN,  Manufacturing  joiners 65 

LEITHAM  &  DAVIDSO  N,  Iron  dealers  &  merchants  90 

LENNOX  J.,  Hotel    90 

LIDDLE  &  JOHNSTON,  Coach  builders  19 




LONGMORE  W.  &  CO.  LIMITED,  Distillers  90 

LOUDON  &  RUSSELL,  Brick,  tile   &   terra  cotta 

manufacturers  90 

LOW  J.  F.  &  CO.,  Iron  founders,  brass  founders  & 

machinists     89 

LOWDON  BROS.  &  CO.,  Engineers  &  electricians  no 

LOWE  R.  A.,  Hotel  91 

LOWTHEK  &  HALLIDAY,  Quarry  owners 91 

LUCAS  E.  &  SON,  Malleable  castings,  spindle  & 

flyer  manufacturers 120 

LUKE  F.  R.  &  C.  H.  &  CO.,  Slate  quarry  owners 

&  brick,  tile,  slate  &  cement  agents 17 

LUMSDEN   &   MACKENZIE,    Linen    &    cotton 

bleachers    52 

McARA  A.,  Building  materials  merchant    32 

M'ARTHUR  A.  S.,  Veterinary  surgeon,  job  &  post 

master    gi 

M'CALL  T.  &  SONS,  Cart  &  lorry  builders  52 

M'CLELLAND  G.,  Livery  stable  proprietor  91 

MACDONALD  J.  &  CO.,  Turbine  manufacturers...  35 

McDONALD  J.&SONS,  Coopers  &  stave  merchants  109 

McDONALD  R.,  Wire  worker  &  wire  cloth  manufr  30 
McDOWALL  J.  &  SONS.Wood  working  machinery 

manufacturers   53 

McEWAN  J.,  Plumber  &  gasfitter  92 

MACFEE  H.  M.  &  CO.,  Drysalters  &  oil  &  color 

merchants - g2 

M'GEE  W.  &  SON,  Engineers  65 

McGREGOR  &  CAMERON,  Posting  &  jobmasters  92 

MACGREGOR  D.,  Jeweller,  gold  &  silver  smith...  65 

McGregor  j.,  Hotel 66 

M'INTOSH  J.  &C0.,  KurnituPi  warehouse  92 

M'KELVIE  J.  &  CO.,  Cannel  &  coal  merchants  ...  25 

MACKENZIE  BROTHERS,  Distillers  66 

MACKENZIE  A.  G.,  Hotel 93 

M'KENZIER.,    66 

M'KIDD  J.,  Engineer,    millwright  &  iron  founder  93 

MACLEISH  J.,  Plumler  &  brass  founc'er 93 


McMURTRIE  J.,  Advertising  agent  &  contractor  -36 

MACNAIR  D.,  Concrete  &  cement  manufacturer  ...  93 

McOWAT  W.  C,  Slater,   plasterer  &  cement  mer  106 

M'PHERSON  W.,  Builder,  joiner  &  cabinet  maker  53 
MACQUEEN  J.,  Seed  mer.  cooper  &rcask  mer  30  &  37 

M'TAVIST  A. ,  Hotel ". 94 


MALLOCH  P.  D.,  Fishing  tackle  manufacturer  ...  94 
MARSHALL  J.  &  J.,  Auctioneers,  valuers  &'eattlc 

salesmen 94 

MARSHALL  R.  &  J.,  Job  &  post  masters 94 

MAUD  &  TURNER,  Engineers'  tool  manufacturers  120 

MELLIS  J.  &  CO.,  Soap  manufacturers 95 

MELVIN  R.,  Iron  founder,  engineer  &  millwrght  in 
MILLER   D.  C.     &    CO.    LIMITED,    Bleachers, 

dyers  &  finishers  67 

MILWARD  H.  &  SONS  LIMITED,  Needle  &  fish 

hook  manufacturers 117 

MONTROSE  REVIEW,  Newspaper  95 

MORRIS  T.,  Golf  club  &  ball  manufacturer  95 

MUGGOCH  A.   W.,   Wholesale  cabinet  maker  & 

upholsterer    36 

MUNRO  J.,  Designer  &  print  cutter 36 

MUNRO  J.,  Manufacturing  gold  &  silver  smith  ...  95 

MURRAY   J.  &  SONS,   Quarry  owners    96 





NEILSON  BROS.,  Aerated  water  manufacturers  ...  67 

NELSON  C,  Hotel    96 


NEWALL  D.  H.  &  J.,  Granite  merchants 67 

NEWALL   D.,    Granite   quarry  owner 96 



OGILVIE  A.,  Music  warehouse    54 

O'MAY  D.,  Glass  merchant  68 

ONIONS  &  CO.,  Tool  makers   116 

OUGHTON  R.,  Cook  &  confectioner  68 



PARK  BROTHERS,  Brush  manufacturers    6S 

PARKER  J.,  Plumber,  gasfitter  &  lead   merchant  97 

PATERSON.SONS&  CO.,  Pianoforte  manufacturers  97 

PATERSON  T.  &  SONS,  Whisky  &  wine  merchants  97 

PATERSON  A.,  Timber  merchant  &  builder 97 

PATON  W.,  Engineer  &  iron   founder     98 

PATTERSON  J.,  Letter  binder  manufacturer 98 

PERRITT  D.,  Auctioneer  &  meat  salesman  33 


PILLANS  A.,  Bolt,  nut  &  rivet  manufacturer 69 

PIRIE  A.,  Hotel    98 

PLANT  W.  &  J.,  Horse  clipper  manufacturers    126 



PRINGLE  J.,  Cabinet  maker  &  upholsterer  98 

PROUDFOOT  D.  Y.,  Hotel 54 


PURVES  D.  &  CO.,  Plumbers,   gasfitters  &  brass 

founders 19 




RAMSAY  J.,  Goldsmith,  silversmith  &  watchmaker  n  I 
RAMSEY  R.  &  CO.,  Hide,   skin,  tallow   &  wool 

brokers 33 

REID  M.  &  CO.,  Iron  &  steel  forgings  manufrs...     99 

REIDC.W.,  Hotel 99 

RILEY  E.  &  CO.,  Flag  manufacturers  120 

RITCHIE  C.  &  CO.,  Heating  &  ventilating  engnrs  20 
ROBERTSON  J.,  Harness  composition  manufactr  99 
ROSE,  DOWNS  &  THOMPSON,  Oil  mill  machinery 

&  patent  dredger  &  excavator  manufacturers 123 

ROSS  A.  &  SON,  Distillers  99 

ROSS  J.  &  CO.,  Chemical  manufacturers  100 

ROWAT    A.  &    CO.,    Wire   work   &  wire    cloth 

manufacturers 36 

ROWLEY   C.  &  CO.,  Safety  pin  &  curtain  hook 

manufacturers  117 





RUPPRECHT  J.  F.,  Hotel Facing 

commencement  of  Glasgow 

RUSSELL  R.  &SONS,  Iron  founders  100 

RUSSELL  J.,  Ironmonger 100 

SCHOOR,  MUIR  &  CO.,  Hosiers  100 

SCOTT  R.  &  W.,  Jam,  jelly  &  marmalade  manufrs  69 




CO 13 

SHARP  W.  &  SONS.  Engineers  101 

SIMPSON  A.,  Builder,  joiner.  undertaker,auctioneer 

&  valuer    44 

SINCLAIR  A.,  Auctioneer    101 

SMITH    &     CHRISTIE,     Textile      engineers    & 

machinery  merchants 106 

SMITH  &  DALGLIESH,  Auctioneers  &  valuators  101 

SMITH  G.  &  J.  G.,  Distillers 45 

SMITH    &  McLEAN   LIMITED,    Iron    &    steel 

manufacturers  31 

SMITH  A.,  Hotel m 

STEVENSON  C.  P.,  Pianoforte  &  organ  warehouse  101 

STEWART  D.  &  J.,  Jewellers  &  watch  makers 70 

STEWART  J.,  Hotel    102 



SUTHERLAND  J.  &  CO.,  Iron  &  steel  forgings 

manufacturers 70 

SWINBURN  F.,  Wood  stain  manufacturer  114 

SYMINGTON   D.   K.  &  H.,  Railway  contractors 

&  quarry  masters    70 


TAIT  J.  &  CO.,  General  merchants 102 

THOMSON  W.  R.  M.  &  CO.,  Consulting  engineers 

&  patent  agents    33 

THOMSON  J.,  JUN.,  Hotel    102 

THOMSON  J.  L.,  Monumental  mason    103 

THORNE  R.  &  SONS  LIMITED,  Distillers  55 

THURMAN  J.  E.  &  CO.,  Wool  waste,  flock  &  rag 

merchants     107 

TO^IEY  &  SONS,  Gauge  glass  manufacturers 55 

TOSH  D.  &  SON,'  Lightning  conductor  manufac- 
turers &  spire  repairers 71 

TWYFORDS  LIMITED,  Sanitary  appliance  manu- 
facturers     Facing  Sanitary  Appliance  Manu- 
facturers—  General  Trades  Section 
TYTLER  M.  &  SONS,  Show  case  manufacturers...  103 



VALENTINE  J.  D„  Ironmonger    103 

VANNER  &  PREST,  Harness  composition  manfrs  114 

VIRTUE  &  CO.,  Ironmongers    103 

WALDIE  J.  &  SONS,  Coal  merchants  &  colliery 

owners    25 

WALKER    &    THOMPSON,    Boiler    composition 

manufacturers  109 

WALKER  W.  G.  &  SONS,  Rock  building  compo- 
sition manufacturers   5° 

WATERS  J.,  Hotel    104 

WATSON  A.,  Plumber  &  gasfitter 104 

WATT   &   BLAIR,   Measuring  tape   line   &  case 

manufacturers 37 

WATTH.  P.,  Undertaker 104 

WAYGOOD  R.  &  CO.  LIMITED,  Lift,  crane  & 

hoist  manufacturers 1'3 

WELLER  J.,  Wholesale  upholsterer 104 


CIATION       37 

WHITE  J.  &  CO.,  Shetland  goods  manufacturers...  23 
WHITE  T.  &  SONS,  Engineers,  machinists  &  tool 

makers   71 

WHITFIELD—,  Fireproof  safe  manufacturers... Facing 
Fireproof  Safe  Makers — Glasgow  Trades 

WHYTE  J.,  Upholsterer  &  house  furnisher 105 

WILKIE  A.,  Timber  merchant    105 

WILKIE  D.,  Hotel    105 

WILLCOX  W.  H.  &  CO.  LIMITED,  Hose  pipe, 
steam  pump, patent  packing  &  injector  manufrs...   112 

WILLISON  R.,  Distillers'  &  brewers'  engineer 107 

WILSON  A.  &  CO.,  Distillers   105 

WILSON  A.  &  SONS,  Timber  &  grain  merchants...  106 
WILSON  J.  &  J.  &  CO.,  Curtain  manufacturers...  71 
WILSON  F.  H.,  Corn  merchant  &  bacon  &  ham  curer  106 


WOOD  T.  T.  &  CO.,  Fancy  leather  manufacturers  114 
WO RRALL  S.,  Wood  card  clothing  manufacturer  ...   1 11 

WYLIE  &  CO.,  Iron  manufacturers 72 



This  most  northerly  of  the  great  divisions  of  the  British 
Isles  lies  north  of  England,  with  an  inclination  to  the  west, 
which  throws  the  western  coast,  taking  the  direction  from 
60Uth  to  north,  considerably  west  of  the  line  of  the  coast  of 
Cumberland,  and  in  the  same  proportion  the  line  of  the 
south  and  centre  portion  of  the  eastern  coast  recedes  to  the 
west  of  the  line  of  the  coast  of  Northumberland  (though 
north  of  Aberdeen,  about  Peterhead,  the  coast  trends  east- 
ward, only  to  recede  again  north  of  the  Moray  Firth),  thus 
the  Mull  of  Cantyre,  the  southern  portion  of  Argyllshire,  is 
in  the  longitude  (5°  50')  of  Belfast,  the  district 'of  Ardna- 
murchan,  in  that  of  Portrush,  in  the  north  of  Ireland,  and 
the  Hebrides  lie  still  further  west,  while  on  the  east  coast, 
Edinburgh  and  Leith  are  in  the  longitude  of  Silloth,  on 
the  west  coast  of  Cumberland,  and  Dundee  in  that  of  Car- 
lisle. The  kingdom  lies  between  the  longitude  of  2°  to 
i°  50'  and  7°  30'  west  of  Greenwich  and  between  540  35' 
and  6i°  north  latitude  ;  this  includes  the  Orkney  and  Shet- 
land Isles,  and  gives  a  length,  from  north  to  south,  of  470 
miles,  of  which  the  mainland  takes  295  miles,  while  the 
breadth  varies  from  105  miles,  on  a  line  taken  east  to  west 
from  Grangemouth  to  the  western  side  of  Colonsay,  to  225 
miles  from  Peterhead  to  the  west  of  Uist  (or  385  miles  if 
tbe  outlying  Isles  of  St.  Kilda  are  included) ;  the  total 
acreage  being  19,466,509,  or  30,416  square  miles. 

The  coast  line  is  extremely  varied,  and  resembles  that  of 
Ireland,  in  having  its  western  coast  indented  with  long 
inlets,  with  the  addition  of  a  long  breakwater  of  islands,  140 
miles  in  length,  off  the  north-western  coast,  with  the  large 
islands  of  Skye,  Mull,Jura  and  Islay  closer  in  to  the  mainland. 
These  islands,  and  a  large  portion  of  the  coast  which  lies 
behind  them,  are  exposed  to  the  Atlantic,  though  the  great 
current  which,  after  its  division  into  two  by  Ireland,  has 
such  an  influence  on  the  banks  and  estuaries  of  the  Irish 
Channel,  only  glances  against  the  south-western  point  of 
Cantyre  and  Port  Patrick,  Wigtownshire,  and  after  sending 
a  portion  of  its  force  into  the  Firth  of  Clyde,  and  a  minor 
current  into  the  Solway,  passes  down  channel.  The  total 
length  of  coast  line  (not  including  the  islands,  nor  any  except 
the  largest  estuaries),  is  about  1,100  miles,  but  measured  in 
and  out  of  all  the  estuaries  and  lochs,  it  is  rather  more 
than  double  that  distance.  The  land  border  from  Berwick 
to  the  head  of  Solway  Firth  is  only  90  miles  ;  the  centre 
part  of  this  is  formed  by  the  Cheviot  Hills  and  the  eastern 
by  the  Tweed,  and  going  north  from  the  mouth  of  this  river, 
the  east  coast  trends  north-west  in  a  tolerably  even  line, 
only  broken  by  St.  Abb's  Head,  and  the  small  harbour  of 
Dunbar.  At  Tantallon,  near  North  Berwick,  it  turns  direct 
west,  being  here  broken  by  the  Firth  of  Forth,  subsequently 
turning  north-west  at  Fife  Ness  to  the  Firth  of  Tay,  re- 
suming its  northerly  direction  at  Buddon  Ness,  the  north- 
east horn  of  St.  Andrews  Bay,  and  runs  up  with  a  slight 
trend  eastwards  past  Arbroath,  Montrose,  Stonehaven  and 
Aberdeen  to  Peterhead.  About  10  miles  north  of  this,  near 
Fraserburgh,  the  coast  has  a  direct  westerly  course  for 
nearly  80  miles  into  the  Moray  Firth,  then  north-east  to 
farbet  Ness,  which  forms  the  southern  point  of  Dornoch 
Firth  ;  after  clearing  which  the  coast  takes  another  bend  to 
the  north-east  as  far  as  Wick,  thence  due  north  to  Duncansby 
Head,  the  Land's  End  of  Scotland.  From  here  the  coasts  of 
Caithness  and  Sutherland  extend  due  east  to  west,  turning 
abruptly  south  at  Cape  Wrath,  and  from  this  point  to  the  1 
Mull  of  Cantyre  is  a  broken  and  rocky  coast  line,  indented 
with  numerous  sea  lochs  and  studded  with  long  promon- 
tories; it  trends  south-west  to  the  southern  point  of  Loch 
Cairnbawn,  thence  easterly  into  Loch  Broom  ;  again  to  the 
west  past  Lochs  Groinard  and  Ewe  ;  south  past  Lochs 
liair  and  Torridon  to  Loch  Carron,  south  of  which  the  Isle 
of  Skye  indents  into  Loch  Alsh  ;  the  coast  from  hoie  is 
broken  by  Lochs  Hourn,  Nevis,  Morar,  Na  Nuag  and 
ivioiclart,  and  then  projects  some  15  miles  in  the  promontory 

of  Ardmurcban,  succeeded  by  Loch  Sunart  and  the  Sound 
of  Mull,  which  takes  the  coast  20  miles  easterly  to  Loch 
Linnhe,  tbe  southern  end  of  the  Caledonian  canal,  thence 
it  proceeds  south  and  consists  of  the  broken  coast  of  Argyll- 
shire as  far  as  the  Mull  of  Cantyre,  which  ends  the  rocky 
portion  of  the  coast,  and  forms  the  western  horn  of  entrance 
to  the  Firth  of  Clyde,  round  which  tbe  coast  line  passes  the 
large  Lochs  Fyne  and  Long,  returning  down  the  coast  of 
Ayrshire,  passing  the  peculiar  shores  of  Wigtown,  which  are 
indented  in  its  northern  side  by  Loch  Ryan  and  south  by 
Luce  Bay,  to  which,  round  Burrowhead,  succeeds  Wigtown 
Bay,  and  the  coast  runs  thence  in  a  north-easterly  course 
along  the  north  shore  of  the  Solway  Firth. 

Inland,  the  best  known  divisions  arc  the  Highlands  and 
the  Lowlands,  marked  out  not  only  by  their  configuration 
and  hills,  but  also  by  the  differences  apparent  in  their 
inhabitants,  in  their  language,  and  even  in  their  cattle  ;  these 
divisions  may  be  indicated  by  a  line  starting  from  the  Mull 
of  Cantyre,  along  tbe  eastern  side  of  the  Islands  of  Arran 
and  Bute,  and  along  tbe  east  of  Loch  Lomond,  thence  north 
by  east  to  Inverness,  crossing  the  Moray  Firth,  and  ending 
at  Duncansby  Head  ;  the  west  and  north-west  of  this  line  is 
the  Highland  country,  embracing,  it  is  estimated,  about 
18,000  square  miles  of  the  mainland,  or  with  the  islands 
21,000  ;  here  are  the  highest  mountains,  and  the  largest 
inland  lochs  ;  the  most  prominent  amongst  the  former  being 
Ben  Nevis  4,400  feet  above  the  sea  level,  Cairngorm  4,083, 
Ben  Lawers  3,980,  Ben  More  3,850,  Ben  Cruachan  3,700 
and  Ben  Lomond  3,200.  The  Lowland  district  stretches 
eastward  and  south  ;  the  loftiest  peaks  in  the  district  being 
Broadlaw  2,750,  Hart  Fell  2,650  and  Criffel  1,860. 

The  principal  rivers,  beginning  from  the  south,  are  the 
Tweed,  debouching  at  Berwick,  the  Esk,  the  Annan  and  the 
Nith,  falling  into  the  Solway  Firth.  The  Clyde,  rising  in 
the  Upper  Ward  of  Lanarkshire  and  flowing  westward  to  its 
own  Firth.  The  Forth,  rising  in  the  Perthshire  hills  and 
flowing  south-east  to  tbe  German  Ocean.  The  Tay,  having 
its  source  in  the  same  watershed,  but  debouching  east  by 
north  between  the  counties  of  Fife  and  Forfar.  The  Dee 
and  the  Don,  the  one  flowing  east  and  the  other  south-east, 
but  both  debouching  by  Aberdeen,  and  the  Spey,  rising  in 
Inverness-shire  and  falling  into  the  North  Sea  in  the  north- 
cast  of  Morayshire.  From  here,  round  the  north  and  west 
coasts  to  Firth  of  Clyde,  the  rivers  are  comparatively  small, 
the  water,  in  nearly  all  cases,  forming  a  succession  of  lochs 
on  its  way  to  the  North  Sea  or  Atlantic. 

The  sea  lochs  have  been  already  named  in  the  coast  line, 
and  those  inland  are  very  numerous  ;  a  few  of  the  largest 
are  on  the  western  and  centre  portions,  Loch  Lomond 
(which  covers  about  20,000  acres),  Lochs  Awe,  Katrine,  Tay, 
Rannoch,  Arkaig,  Lochy,  Laggan,  Ness,  Fannich,  Maree, 
Shin  and  Stonine,  while  on  the  east,  Loch  Levcn  is  the  only 
prominent  sheet  of  water.  The  Western  Isles  also  contain 
a  few  large  lakes.  All  these  provide  good  fishing  grounds, 
and  the  sea  lochs  and  coasts  abound  in  fish. 

History. — The  earliest  record  that  can  be  trusted  is  that  re- 
lating to  the  Roman  invasion,  which  took  place  A.D.  79,  at 
which  time  an  arm}'  under  Agricola  crossed  the  Solw  ay  Firth 
and  by  the  next  year  had  established  themselves  on  tbe  north 
bank  of  tbe  Clyde,  shortly  afterwards  (A. p.  Si)  erecting  the 
wall  of  Antonine,  from  Bowling  to  Grangemouth,  between 
the  Firths  of  Clyde  and  Forth,  taking  that  natural  division 
line  of  the  country  as  their  northern  boundary.  At  this 
time  the  country  generally  Mas  known  as  Caledonia,  though 
it  would  appear  that  the  Caledonians  proper  held  the  extreme 
north,  and  the  Picts  the  more  southerly  portion,  except  111 
the  south- west, where  a  British  tribe  bad  planted  themselves  ; 
the  Romans  remained  until  410,  and  on  their  departure,  the 
Britons  and  Picts  contended   for   the  sovereignty.     Mean- 

SCOT.        A 



■while,  a  Celtic  tribe  from  the  north-oast  of  Ireland,  took 
possession  of  Cantyre  and  pushing  into  Lorn  and  Strath 
Clyde,  imposed  their  yoke  on  the  inhabitants  of  the  western 
districts,  and  forming  a  kingdom  known  as  the  Dalriadic, 
attempted,  with  varying  success,  the  conquest  of  the  Picts, 
and  as  they,  coming  from  Scotia  (as  Ireland  was  then  called), 
got  the  name  of  Scots,  may  be  said  to  have  originated  the 
name  of  Scotland.  Ultimately,  in  843,  the  Dalriadic  and 
Pictish  thrones  were  united  under  Kenneth,  grandson  of 
Achaius.  Meanwhile,  on  the  eastern  side,  the  kingdom  of 
Northumbria,  a  foundation  of  the  Norsemen  under  Ida,  was 
pushed  forward  to  the  Lothians  on  the  banks  of  the  Forth, 
and  in  617  extended  from  the  Humber  to  the  Forth  and  in 
654  included  Strathclyde,  but  in  685  the  Picts  defeated 
Egfrid,  King  of  Northumbria,  at  Dunnichcn,  though  it  was 
not  until  966  that  Kenneth  III.  got  the  Lothians  ceded  to 
him,  the  final  annexation  taking  place  in  1058,  under 
Malcolm  III.  "first  king  of  Scotia"  (surnamed  Ceanmore). 
Between  881  and  1057  a  constant  war  was  waged  with  the 
Danes,  upon  whom  no  less  than  eight  defeats  were  inflicted  by 
Scottish  sovereigns,  the  principal  being  Danes  Dyke  881, 
Fortevoit  908,  Luncarty  961  and  Mortlach  1010.  In  1066, 
Edgar  Alheling,  the  Saxon  claimant  to  the  English  throne, 
with  his  two  sisters  and  many  Saxon  and  some  Norman 
nobles,  sought  refuge  in  Scotland  ;  the  king  received  them 
well  and  settled  them  in  various  parts  of  the  kingdom, 
marrying  two  years  later  Edgar's  sister,  Margaret.  He  was 
killed  1093  at  the  siege  of  Ahiwick  and  was  succeeded  (after 
four  years  usurpation  by  Donald  Bane)  by  his  son  Edgar, 
whose  sister  married  Henry  I.  of  England.  After  him  came 
Alexander  I.  iic^and  David  I.  "  TheSaint,"  1124.  William 
the  Lion,  so-called  from  his  cognisance,  a  red  lion  rampant, 
which  afterwards  became  the  shield  of  Scotland,  who  came 
to  the  throne  1165,  was  taken  prisoner  at  Alnwick  1 174,  and 
only  released  by  Richard  I.  in  1189 ;  he  was  succeeded  by 
Alexander  II.  who  inflicted  the  great  defeat  upon  Haco,  King 
of  Norway,  at  Largs  in  1263.  Alexander  III.  was  killed  by 
a  fall  at  Kinghorn,  i286(in  the  time  of  Thomas  the  Rhymer) ; 
his  young  daughter,  Margaret,  dying  1290,  left  the  crown 
open  to  various  competitors,  and  gave  Edward  I.  of  England 
an  excuse  to  step  inland  decide  between  the  claims  of  John 
Baliol  and  Robert  Bruce,  and  first  opened  up  the  claim  to 
the  English  suzerainty  ;  John  Baliol,  proving  the  most  pliant, 
was  placed  on  the  throne,  only  to  be  deposed,  and  during 
this  time  William  AVallace  made  a  gallant  attempt  to  re- 
trieve the  fortunes  of  his  country,  and  defeated  Cressingham 
at  Stirling  (1297),  was  himself  defeated  at  Falkirk  (1298), 
and  being  captured  (1305)  was  executed.  Robert  Bruce, 
grandson  of  the  first  competitor,  was  crowned  1306,  but  not 
until  1314  did  he  prove  successful,  and  then  he  won  his 
great  battleof  Bannockhurn;  but  in  i324,Edward  II.  ravaged 
the  South  and  East  of  Scotland  ;  and  in  1329  Bruce  died, 
and  was  succeeded  by  his  son  David  II.  a  minor,  and  in 
1334,  John  Baliol's  son  Edward,  under  the  auspices  of 
Edward  III.  made  an  attempt  on  the  throne  ;  David  being 
taken  prisoner  in  1346  (at  Nevilles  Cross),  was  released  in 
1359  on  his  marriage  with  Joanna,  sister  to  Edward  III.  and 
died  1371  ;  the  next  year  John  of  Gaunt  sought  refuge  in 
Scotland,  and  in  1385,  Richard  II.  burnt  Edinburgh. 
Robert  II.  (1371 )  was  the  first  of  the  Stuarts  and  a  grandson 
to  Robert  Bruce,  and  in  his  reign  (13S8),  Douglas  won  the 
battle  of  Otterburn,  to  which  followed  a  long  truce,  during 
which  Robert  HI.  became  king,  and  in  1405,  his  son  James 
was  captured  by  the  English  and  only  released  111  1424, 
when  he  became  James  I.  and  was  assassinated  (1437)  at 
Perth.  James  II.  then  six  years  old,  succeeded  and  was 
killed  at  the  siege  of  Roxburgh  in  1460  ;  he  assassinated  the 
Douglas  in  Stirling  Castle  during  a  dispute  ;  James  III. 
succeeded  him,  and  James  IV.  1503,  married  Margaret  of 
England,  and  in  1513  perished  at  Flodden.  James  V.  long  a 
minor  under  the  control  of  Angus,  married,iS37.  Magdalene, 
daughter  of  Francis  I.  of  France;  and  in  1538,  Mary  of 
Guise,  mother  of  Mary  Queen  of  Scots,  and  this  brings  us 
to  better  known  times  ;  Mary,  as  a  minor,  was  brought  up 
in  France,  and  Arran  was  Regent  in  1545.  Hertford,  an 
English  noble,  afterwards  Duke  of  Somerset,  burnt  Edin- 
burgh and  many  border  places  ;  in  1554,  Mary  of  Guise 
became  Regent ;  1558,  Mary  (the  younger),  married  Francis, 
Dauphin  of  France,  and  in  1 561  Mary  came  to  Scotland  a 
widow,  married  Darnley,  1565 ;  Bothwell  in  1567,  fled  to 
England  the  same  year,  and  was  sacrificed  to  Elizabeth's 
jealousy  1587.  James  VI.  had  been  made  king  in  1567, 
and  in  160  ^  succeeded  Elizabeth  on  the  English  throne  and 
removed  to  London,  revisiting  Scotland  only  once  afterwards 
(1617).  After  James  VI. 's  death,  hisson  Charles  succeeded 
him  as  Charles  1.  of  England  and  Scotland ;  he  visited 
Edinburgh  in  1633,  and  was  crowned  in  the  Chapel  Royal 
of  Holyrood,  and  in  1641  he  again  came  to  his  northern 
capital  to  win  over,  if  he  could,  the  Covenanting  Lords,  and 
five  years  later  he  threw  himself  into  the  arms  of  the  Scottish 
army,  only  to  be  surrendered  by  them  to  the  English  Parlia- 
ment, when  the  latter  settled  the  arrears  of  pay  due  to  the 


Scots.  Charles  II.  came  in  1650,  on  the  invitation  of  the 
Scottish  Parliament,  and  while  he  was  there  Cromwell 
invaded  the  kingdom  and  gained  over  General  Leslie  the 
victory  of  Dunbar,  but  could  not  venture  to  attack  the 
Scottish  forces  stationed  with  King  Charles  about  Stirling. 
In  the  succeeding  year  Charles  was  crowned  King  of  Scot- 
land at  Scone  Palace,  and  in  August  of  the  same  year  he 
marched  from  Stirling  to  Worcester.  The  army  stationed 
in  Scotland,  under  Monck,  was  mainly  instrumental  in  the 
Restoration,  and  previous  to  his  succession  to  the  throne, 
James,  Duke  of  York  (afterwards  James  VII.  of  Scotland 
and  II.  of  England)  resided  sometime  in  Edinburgh,  but  on 
his  abdication  William  III.  espoused  the  cause  of  the  Pres- 
byterians, and  the  reign  of  his  successor,  Anne,  was  marked 
by  the  passing  of  the  Act  of  Union,  and  henceforth,  if  we 
except  the  two  attempts,  1715  and  1745,  made  by  the  Stuarts 
to  regain  their  hereditary  dominions,  Scottish  history  as  a 
distinct  kingdom  ceased. 

During  these  periods  from  the  Norman  invasion,  the 
border  land  lying  along  the  Tweed  and  the  Cheviot  Hills 
had  been  the  scene  of  constant  forays  carried  out  .by  the 
English  border  chieftains,  to  which  those  on  the  Scotch  side 
promptly  retaliated,  and  though  there  were  on  both  sides 
nobles  called  "  Wardens  of  the  Marches,"  commissioned  by 
their  sovereigns  to  maintain  order,  the  reiving  still  went  on 
and  was  varied  occasionally  by  a  regular  invasion  from  one 
side  or  the  other,  such  as  of  Lords  Sussex  and  Hunsdon  in 
1570 ;  later  on  the  only  purely  Scottish  events  were  Mar's 
rising  in  1715  and  the  gallant  attempt  of  Prince  Charles 
Edward  in  1745  to  recover  the  possessions  of  his  ancestors. 
But  in  1707  an  event  was  consummated  which  ended  the 
independence  of  Scotland  as  a  kingdom,  for  the  Articles  of 
Union,  which,  after  much  show  of  opposition,  had  been  (1706) 
approved  by  a  majority  of  thirty-three  in  the  Scottish  House 
of  Parliament,  consisting  of  about  240  members,  came  into 
effect ;  and  from  that  time  Scottish  constituencies  were 
represented  in  the  Imperial  Parliament,  originally  by  45 
members  but  now  by  72,  and  the  Scotch  Peerage  by  sixteen 
members  elected  each  Parliament  to  sit  in  the  House  of  Lords. 

The  Scottish  Parliament,  abolished  at  the  time  of  the 
Union,  was  constituted  on  a  slightly  different  [form  to  the 
present  Imperial  Parliament.  It  consisted  from  early 
times  of  one  House  only,  composed  of  Ecclesiastical  Barons 
(Bishops  and  mitred  Abbots),  the  Higher  Temporal  Barons, 
the  Lesser  Barons  and  Burghers.  These  two  last  classes 
were  often  represented  by  delegates,  and  the  towns  more 
often  by  their  provosts  ;  there  existed  also  a  peculiar  com- 
mittee with  functions  somewhat  analogous  to  those  of  an 
English  grand  jury  (but  applying  to  bills  for  consideration 
of  the  House  and  not  indictments),  who,  under  the  style  of 
"  Lords  of  Articles,"  were  appointed  each  session,  and  who 
examined  all  proposed  bills  and  rejected  any  that  they  con- 
sidered it  was  inadvisable  to  lay  before  the  House ;  these 
Lords,  originally  named  by  theCrown,were  latterly  elected  by 
the  Separate  Estates,  and  in  1560  consisted  of  ten  Spiritual 
Lords,  ten  Greater  Barons,  six  Lesser  Barons  and  ten 
Provosts  of  Cities.  The  Scottish  Order  of  Knighthood,  that 
of  "The  Thistle,"  first  founded  in  819  by  King  Achaius, 
was  revived  in  1540  by  James  and  again  in  1687  by  James 
VII.  and  still  remains  one  of  the  "Orders  of  the  United 

Ecclesiastical.— The  early  settlers,  Picts  or  Caledonians, 
were  heathens,  and  it  was  the  missionary  labours  of  the  Irish 
Priest  Columba  (a.d.  630)  and  a'reflux  of  Christian  teachers 
and  Prelates  from  Northumbria,  together  with  the  visit  of  a 
Welsh  bishop,  that  Scotland  owed  her  conversion  to  Chris- 
tianity; for  some  time  there  were  two  sects  of  the  church  work- 
in"  in  the  kingdom,  the  monks  from  the  ISorth  of  England 
holdingito  a  more  modern  form  ofiRomamsm  than  the  ancient 
Celtic,  fathers  ;  however,  all  finally  settled  to  one  orthodox 
usage,  but  the  supremacy  over  the  western  portion  claimed!  by 
the  Archbishops  of  York  was  rejected,  and  the  Church  of  Scot- 
land was  governed  by  its  own  archbishops,  but  the  Civil  dis- 
sensions in  Queen  Mary's  reign  favoured  the  Reformers,  and 
in  1  580  Episcopacy  ceased,  and  in  1592  Presbytenamsm  was 
established  by  law,  and  was  followed  by  the  destruction  of 
abbevs  &c.  In  1625  Charles  I.  tried  to  revive  Episcopacy, 
but  was  met  in  1638  by  the  National  Covenant,  the  adherents 
to  which  in  1679  murdered  Archbishop  Sharpe,  and™ 
persecuted  for  some  years,  but  as  the  Episcopal  Church 
could  not  in  conscience  support  William  III.  he  gave  his 
support  to  the  Presbyterians,  and  in  July,  1689,  Prelacy  was 
abolished  by  Act  of  Parliament,  and  since  that  the  Presby- 
terian Church  has  been  the  Established  Church  of  Scotland 
and  though  it  was  somewhat  shaken  in  1843  by  the  great 
disruption,  on  the  question  of  patronage  and  State  veto  and 
the  foundation  of  the  Free  kirk,  it  still  holds  its  own  as  the 
State  church ;  there  is,  however,  an  Episcopal  hierarchy  ana 
one  of  the  Roman  church  and  several  powerful  sects  of 




Antiquities  and  Ruins. — Overrun  as  it  has  boon  by  so 
many  varied  races,  Scotland  contains  a  large  number,  not 
only  of  ancient  warlike  remains,  but  also  many  ecclesiastical 
ruins,  the  destruction  of  these  latter  being  in  many  cases  due 
to  changes  in  the  national  religion  :  amongst  the  warlike  ruins 
we  find  the  vitrified  forts,  built  it  is  supposed  of  mud  and 
wattle  and  hardened  by  the  application  of  fire ;  of  this  class  is 
Menmuir,  in  Forfarshire  ;  to  this  or  a  slightly  later  age  belong 
the  old  circular  towers  or  brough  as  in  Hurra,  Orkney  Islands, 
and  the  so-called  Dun  forts,  built  of  boulder  stones  without 
cement,  while  later  came  the  Roman  camps  and  their  cele- 
brated wall  of  Antonine  from  the  Forth  to  the  Clyde,  with  its 
ditch  and  inner  road  (which  latter  was  long  used  by  trains  of 
packhorses) ;  next  are  the  older  castles  founded  from  the  nth 
century  up  to  the  14th  or  15th,  and  now  nearly  all  ruins,  as 
Dunstaffnage,  Cardross,  Castle  Campbell,  Loch  Leven,  Caer 
Laverock,  Cawdor,  Inverlochy,  Fast  Bothwell  &e.  the  ruined 
palaces  of  Falkland  and  Linlithgow,  the  three  royal  castles, 
maintained  under  the  Articles  of  Union,  viz., Edinburgh,Stir- 
ling  and  Dumbarton,  and  the  many  fortified  houses,  some 
still  habitable,  and  the  border  Peel  towers.  Among  the 
ecclesiastical  iremains  are  the  standing  stones  or  Druidical 
temples  of  Stennis  and  of  Callanish,  the  great  Runic  crosses 
of  Iona  and  others  scattered  through  the  land,  the  old 
Cathedral  of  Iona,  the  grand  Border  Abbeys  of  Jedburgh, 
Melrose,  Dryburgh  and  Kelso,  and  the  eastern  ones  of 
Brechin  and  Elgin  and  the  perfect  specimens  of  cathedrals 
still  in  use  at  Glasgow  and  Kirkwall,  while  the  chapel  of 
Holyrood  and  the  older  tower  of  that  palace  may  be  ranked 
with  antique  buildings.  There  are  two  round  towers, 
similar  to  those  found  in  Ireland,  still  standing  at  Abernethy 
and  Brechin. 

Highland  Clans. — The  clans  were  the  pastoral  tribes  of 
a  hilly  district,  each  tribe  obeying  a  chief  who  represented 
the  original  headman,  and  was  directly  descended  from  him, 
and  a  very  similar  state  of  government  exists  at  the  present 
day  amongst  the  hill  tribes  of  Affghanistan  ;  each  clan  had 
its  distinct  district  and  was  distinguished  by  its  tartan  or 
plaid  and  its  badges ;  they  seldom  united  themselves  with 
any  of  the  adjoining  elans,  and  then  only  to  oppose  a  common 
enemy,  and  when  thus  collected  in  strong  bodies  their 
action  was  most  effective,  though  marred  to  some  extent  by 
their  custom  of  returning  home  after  each  successful  action 
to  deposit  their  plunder  and  see  to  their  own  settlements. 
The  chief  in  each  clan  was  paramount,  presided  over  it  in 
peace  and  led  itiin  war,  and  next  to  him  stood  the  dunnie- 
wassels,  or  gentlemen  of  the  clan,  who  were  generally  the 
only  fully  armed  members  (with  targe,  pistols  and  claymore, 
to  which  was  afterwards  added  the  Spanish  musket),  and 
the  poorer  members  of  the  clan,  with  often  only  a  claymore 
or  a  Lochabev  axe,  formed  a  second  or  supporting  line. 
Their  form  of  government  was  patriarchal  and  all  shared 
in  the  spoil, while  the  chief  held  the  power  of  life  and  death; 
the  king's  warrant  did  not  run  in  these  wild  districts,  and 
their  love  of  fighting  led  to  constant  forays  of  one  clan  against 
another ;  however,  by  the  time  James  VI.  came  to  the 
throne  they  had  been  in  a  measure  subdued,  and  the  risings 
of  1715  and  1745  finally  broke  up  their  power  and  they 
now  only  exist  by  the  community  of  name  and  family, 
though  the  chief  in  many  cases  can  still  trace  his  descent. 
Some  of  the  clans  were  deported  to  Canada,  and  Pitt's  wise 
measure  of  making  regiments  from  other  leading  clans  was 
the  means  of  pacifying  them  and  giving  them  a  congenial 

The  Highland  district  contains  the  largest  civil  parishes, 
Glenshiel  being  573, 320  acres,  Lochbroom  261,020  acres  and 
Gairloch  200,646, all  in  Ross-shire,which  possesses  three  other 
parishes  over  100,000  acres  each,  while  Sutherland  has  seven 
parishes  over  that  figure,  Caithness  one,  Inverness  nine  (and 
one  of  267,071),  Perthshire  one,  196,683  acres  and  Argyll  five 
of  over  100,000  acres  each,  while  Ayrshire  shows  one  of  585 
acres,  Edinburghshire  one  of  349,  Wigtownshire  one  of  55 
and  Linlithgow  one  of  n  acres ;  from  5,000  to  12,000  acres 
being  a  very  common  size  for  a  lowland  parish. 

The  agricultural  holdings  are  many  of  them  small,  and  in 
the  islands  and  some  North  Highland  parishes  the  crofters, 
or  small  farmers,  chiefly  those  of  Argyll  and  Inverness,  have 
suffered  from  an  accumulation  of  arrears  and  by  rents 
beyond  the  capacity  of  their  farms.  A  commission  appointed 
under  Acts  of  1886  and  18871ms  in  nine  years  it  has  been  in 
operation  fixed  about  15,000  fair  rents,  and  by  the  establish- 
ment of  new  piers  and  harbours  and  lighthouses,  subsidising 
lines  of  steamers  and  helping  the  extension  of  railways,  has 
afforded  the  fishermen  and  crofters  facilities  ifor  getting 
their  produce  to  market.  The  Commission  on  Deer  Forests 
reported  in  March,  1883,  that  about  1,700,000  acres  might 
possibly  be  found  suitable  for  crofter  occupation,  but  of 
this  only  about  400,000  acres  were  in. the  vicinity  of  the 
districts  affected  by  the  crofter  question. 

Soil  and  Agriculture. — The  face  of  the  country  is  very 
variable,  the  north  centre  and  the  western  coast  down  to 

Cantyre  and  Arran  being  mostly  of  a  sterile  and  heathy 
nature,  and  suitable  only  for  the  sustenance  of  sheep,  moun- 
tain cattle  and  deer,  while  the  eastern  portion  (especially  the 
flat  land  between  the  mountain  ranges  and  the  sea)  affords 
a  most  suitable  ground  for  corn  and  other  crops,  and  fine 
grazing  ground,  not  only  for  sheep,  but  for  the  better  class 
of  cattle  and  horses.  South,  again,  of  the  Firths  of  Forth  and 
Clyde,  the  land  shows  a  belt  of  minerals,  extending  from 
Ayrshire  in  a  north-easterly  direction  into  F'ifeshire,  some 
good  arable  land  down  the  course  of  the  southern  streams,  a 
less  prolific  eastern  coast  line  than  that  further  north,  and  a 
rough  moorland  along  the  border  north  of  the  Cheviots  and 
along  their  slopes.  The  mean  annual  temperature  has  been 
estimated  at  about  44  to  47  degrees,  varying  with  local 
peculiarities  of  height  above  the  sea  level  &e.  ;  the  arable  land 
does  not  range  higher  than  800  feet  above  this  level.  The 
acreage  of  corn  crops  and  pasturage  is  very  nearly  equal 
(about  1,300,000  acres),  but  half  of  the  first-named  crop  is 
in  the  eastern  district,  one-third  in  the  south,  only  one-tenth 
in  the  north,  and  about  one-twelfth  in  the  bare  western  divi- 
sion ;  the  same  proportion  occurs  in  the  root  crop,  and  to 
some  extent  in  that  of  the  green  crops,  though  in  this  last 
the  south  holds  a  place  nearly  level  with  the  east  division, 
which  has  one  half  of  the  crop,  but  on  a  comparison  of 
pasture  land  it  is  found  that  the  south  has  over  half  the 
total  acreage,  the  east  only  a  fourth,  and  the  west  and 
north  one-ninth  and  one-eleventh  respectively.  Heath  (or 
mountain)  land,  which  counts  for  one  half  of  the  total 
acreage,  shows,  as  may  be  expected,  a  preponderance  in 
north  and  west,  the  latter  accounting  for  one-third,  and  the 
former  showing  five-eighteenths,  the  east  only  one-sixth, 
while  the  south,  owing  to  its  extensive  moorlands  and  border 
hills,  accounts  for  four-eighteenths.  The  woods  only  cover 
one-twentieth  of  the  total  area,  and  are  distributed  chiefly  in 
the  eastern  and  western  districts. 

The  distribution  of  sheep  and  cattle  does  not  quite  follow 
that  of  the  heath  and  pasture,  the  north  carrying  a  small 
proportion  of  both,  the  west  one-fourth  of  the  total  in  sheep, 
but  only  one-ninth  in  cattle,  while  the  east,  with  only  one- 
fifth  of  sheep,  feeds  nearly  half  of  the  total  of  cattle,  and  the 
south,  with  a  very  heavy  preponderance  (three-sevenths)  of 
sheep,  has  fewer  cattle  than  the  eastern  divisions.  See 

Animals  &c. — The  most  notable  breeds  of  cattle  are  the 
Galloway  short  horns,  the  Kyloe  small  black  cattle  from 
lower  Argyll  and  Bute,  and  the  Highland  breed  of  small 
short-legged  cattle  with  shaggy  hides  and  straight  horns. 
The  sheep  in  the  same  districts  are  also  of  a  small,  sturdy 
black-faced  breed  and  very  active,  while  on  the  southern 
border  is  a  larger  species,  indigenous  to  the  Cheviot  Hills, 
and  on  the  east  coast  a  breed  belonging  to  the  Grampians 
district.  The  horses  show  the  same  characteristics  ;  the 
Shetland  pony,  only  seven  or  eight  hands  in  height,  active 
and  sturdy,  is  now  much  sought  after,  while  in  the  south- 
west is  the  breed  of  Galloways,  somewhat  resembling  the 
Welsh  pony,  but  rather  higher,  and  the  original  mount  of 
the  "  Border  Pricker  "  in  his  English  forays  ;  and  in  the 
valley  of  the  Clyde  and  Ayrshire  are  found  the  celebrated 
Clydesdale  horses.  The  east  coast,  about  Fife  and  Forfar, 
likewise  furnishes  a  good  breed  of  roadsters,  and  this  side  of 
the  country  furnishes  the  largest  supply  of  horses  generally. 
The  tall,  shaggy  Scotch  deer-hound  is  well-known,  and 
terriers  show  some  fine  breeds,  while  the  Scotch  collie  is  a 
finer  bred  dog  than  the  southern  sheep  dog.  The  deer, 
which  constitute  a  leading  feature  in  the  Highlands,  where 
they  hare  some  2,000,000  acres  for  their  use,  are  the  red 
deer,  found  in  few  other  districts  in  these  islands,  and 
the  roe  deer,  and  Hamilton  park  has  one  of  the  three  herds 
of  the  wild  cattle  extant  in  Great  Britain.  One  of  the 
attractions  of  Scotland  lies  in  the  abundance  of  salmon  and 
trout,  both  found  in  the  majority  of  its  rivers  and  loehs. 
Amongst  birds  is  the  grouse  and  the  scarce  capercailzie,  the 
gannets  of  the  Bass  Rock  and  some  few  other  island  rocks. 

Railways  and  Canals. — The  railway  system  of  the 
country  originated  with  the  means  of  communication  with 
England,  from  which  country  two  main  lines  enter  Scotland, 
one  (the  Caledonian)  at  Gretna,  close  to  the  head  of  the 
Solway  Firth,  whence  it  proceeds  north  to  Carstairs,  and, 
dividing,  goes  east  to  Edinburgh  and  west  to  Glasgow,  with 
numerous  cross  branches,  including  one  to  Ayr,  one  to 
Peebles,  another  through  Paisley  to  Greenock  and  Wemyss 
Bay,  and  one  between  Edinburgh  and  Glasgow,  and  carry- 
ing its  main  line  viii  Stirling  and  Perth  on  to  Aberdeen,  and 
a  branch  westward  to  Oban.  The  other  line  from  England 
(the  North  British)  enters  at  Berwick-upon-Tweed,  at  the 
eastern  extremity  of  the  border,  runs  round  the  coast  by 
Dunbar,  and  by  another  branch,  via  St.  Boswells  Junction, 
through  Melrose  and  Galashiels,  to  Dalkeith  and  Edinburgh, 
and  thence  across  the  Forth  Bridge  to  Perth  and  through 
Fifeshire ;  also  from  Edinburgh  via  Falkirk  to  Glasgow, 
Airdrie,  Hamilton,  and  Dumbarton.     From  Polmont  June- 



[slater's  dibectorv.") 

tion  on  the  main  line  is  a  branch  to  Stirling  and  Aberfoyle. 
From  Perth  starts  the  Highland  railway,  running  up  north 
to  Inverness,  Dingwall  (from  whence  a  branch  runs  to 
Strome  Ferry  and  Lochalsh),  Tain,  Thurso  and  Wick.  From 
Inverness  is  a  branch  through  Nairn  and  Elgin  to  Keith 
and  Buckle.  The  Great  North  of  Scotland  occupies  the 
ground  north-west  of  Aberdeen  to  Banff,  Elgin,  Frazer- 
burgh,  Peterhead,  and  Port  Errol,  and  up  the  valley  of 
the  Dee  to  Ballater,  the  station  for  Balmoral.  The.  West 
Highland  (the  most  recent  of  the  lines)  runs  from  Helens- 
burgh, west  of  Lock  Lomond  to  Tyndrum,  Loch  liannock 
and  Fort  William.  The  Glasgow  and  South  Western  Rail- 
way, leaving  Gretna,  runs  via  Dumfries  (where  a  line 
branches  to  Castle  Douglas,  Kirkcudbright,  and  Newtown 
Stewart),  Thornhill,  Cumnock  and  Kilmarnock  to  Glasgow, 

and  has  branches  to  Paisley,  Greenock,  Ardrossan  and  Ayr. 
The  Portpatrick  and  Wigtownshire  Joint  railway  starts 
from  Castle  Douglas,  and  with  a  terminus  at  Portpatrick, 
having  branches  at  Newton  Stewart  for  Wnithorn,  and  one 
from  Dunragit  to  Girvan. 

Canals. — The  principal  are  tho  Caledonian  Canal,  along 
the  Glen  Albion, from  Fort  William  to  Inverness  ;  the  Crinau, 
across  the  upper  part  of  Oanlyre,  both  of  these  being  used 
for  steamer  traffic ;  thi  Forth  and  Clyde  Canal,  fro:n 
Bowling,  on  the  Clyde,  to  Grangemjuth  on  the  Forth, 
following  very  much  the  line  of  the  Roman  wall,  and  the 
Union  Canal,  which,  leaving  the  Forth  and  Clyde  at  Larbert, 
connects  it  with  Edinburgh,  and  the  MonklanJ. Canal,  which 
leaving  Port  Dundas,  the  Glasgow  terminus  of  ths  Forth 
and  Clyde,  extends  to  Airdrie,  Gartsherrie  &c. 


Glasgow  &  South  Western  Line — Castle  Douglas  to  Dundrennan,  Dalbeatie  to  Auchencairn,  Kirkcudbright  to 
Gatehouse,  Thornhill  to  Moniaive,  Glenluce  to  Port  William. 

Caledonian  Line— Comrie  to  St.  Fillans,  Callander  to  Trossachs,  Crianlarieh  to  Ardlui,  Aberfeldy  to  Kenmore  & 
Glenlyon,  Inversnaid  to  Stronachlachar,  Lochgoilhead  to  Inverary,  Ballachulishto  Fort  William,  Tarbert  to  Campbeltown, 
Lanark  to  Crossford,  Oban  to  Ford  &  Ardrishaig,  Tullocli  to  Kingussie,  Spean  Bridge,  Gairlochy  &  Fort  Augustus, 
Rannoch  &  Pitlochry. 

Highland  Railways — Achnaskeen,  Loch  Maree  &  Gairloch,  Latheron  to  Helmsdale,  Reay  to  Thurso,  Rannoch  to 
Struan,  Strathcarron  &  Loch  Torridon,  Moy  &  Thurso,  Pitlochry  &  Tummel  Bridge,  Lairg  to  Lochinvar,  Scourie  & 
Durness,  Tongue  &  Thurso,  Wick  &  Moy,  Wick,  Lybster  &  Dunbeath 


Aberdeen  to  Dundee,  Hull,  Kirkwall,  Leith,  Lerwick,  Liverpool  &  Manchester,  Loudon,  Middlesbrough,  Neweastle- 
on-Tyne,  Oban,  Scalloway,  Stornoway,  Stromness  &  Wick 

Cromarty  to  Aberdeen  &  Leith 

Dundee  to  Aberdeen,  Hull,  Liverpool,  London  &  Stornoway 

Dungevan  to  Glasgow,  Oban,  Portree  &  Fort  William  to  Glasgow,  Tarbert,  Inverness  &  Oban 

Ardrossan  to  Belfast,  Dundalk  &  Newry 

Ayr  to  Larne  &  Belfast  &  Dublin  &  Ayr  to  Campbeltown 

Gairlock  to  Glasgow,  Liverpool,  Oban  &  Stornoway 

Leith  to  Aberdeen,  Dundee,  Wick,  Orkneys  &  Shetland,  Stornoway  &  Glasgow 

Leith  to  Liverpool 

Leith  to  Newcastle  &  Hull 

Leith  to  London 

Leith  to  Dunkirk 

Leith  to  Cromarty,  Inverness,  Kirkwall,  Lerwick,  Oban,  Stornoway,  Thurso  &  Wick 

Grangemouth  to  London 

Glasgow  to  London 

Glasgow  to  the  Hebrides,  via  Mull  of  Cantyre 

Glasgow  to  Liverpool  &  Manchester,  calling  at  Greenock 

Glasgow  to  Isle  of  Man  &  Dublin 

Glasgow  to  Londonderry,  Colerainc,  Sligo,  Ballina  &  Westport 

Glasgow  to  Waterford,  Limerick,  Cork,  Plymouth,  Southampton,  Newhaven  &  Dover 

Glasgow  to  Loch  Fyne,  Kyles  of  Bute,  Crinan  Canal,  Oban  &  via  Caledonian  Canal  to  Inverness 

Glasgow  to  Campbeltown,  Jura  &  Islay,  Tobermory  (Mull),  Portree  (Skye)  &  Stornoway  (Lewis) 

Glasgow  to  Bristol,  Cardiff  &  Swansea 

Granton  to  London 

Glasgow   to   Belfast 

Glasgow    to   Southampton 

Lochalsh  to  Portree  &  Stornoway 

Oban  to  Fort  Augustus,  Fort  William,  Locuboisdale,  Lochm.uldy,  Dunogvan  &   Loch  Poolteil,  Portree,  Rothesay, 
Stornoway,  Stromness,  Tarbert,  Thurso 

Local  Steamers,  on  Lochs  Awe,  Lomond,  Tay  &  Katrine 




Edinburgh  and  Glasgow 

Other  towns    


Rural  Districts    











!. 713.596 

465. S36 



Houses  1 89 1. 






Total  Popula- 
tion i83i. 



County— e    °^eCt   °f   comParis(m  the   Counties  have  been  arranged    into  four  divisions.    For  details  see  each 

North.— Counties  of  Caithness,  Sutherland,  Ross,  Orkney  and  Shetland. 
West.— Counties  of  Inverness,  Elgin,  Nairn,  Argyll  and  Bute. 

East.— Counties  of  lianff,  Aberdeen,  Kincardine,  Forfar,  Perth,  Fife,  Clackmannan,  Kinross,  Dumbarton  and  Stirling, 
South.— Counties  of  Ayr,  Berwick,  Dumfries,  Edinburgh,  Haddington,  Kirkcudbright,  Lanark,  Linlithgow,  Peebles, 
Renfrew,  Roxburgh,  Selkirk  and  Wigtown. 

Total              Corn  Crops.  Roots  &  Green     Pasture.  Heath.  Deer  Forests.  Woods. 
Area.                                          Crops. 

4.449.579             137.048             183,339             126,309  2,592,268  1,281,108  80,648 

6St     S.375.308             110,006             167,783             158,105  3,221,754  1,037,186  264,602 

'lS 4.998,397             610,734             993>o67             358,040  1,595,625  334,ooo  339,801 

"0U  a    4.643,225             414.696             880,223             739,025  2,019,75s  Nil.  183,427 

Total  acres  19,466,509         1,272,484        2,224,412          1,381,489  9,429,605  2,652,294  808,478 


Under  Tillage.         Oats.                Barley.            Wheat.  Clover  &c.  Turnips.  Potatoes. 

^°rth       325,255            112,401              22,474                1.090  114.333  49.399  17.S62 

J7 278,791              77.692              28,215                1,427  "4.374  38,200  14,212 

1.619,643            405,640            128,306              29,160  692,577  227,065  58,161 

South    1^277,524            325.8S3              58,989              24,174  655,485  161,786  39,924 

Total  acres   3,501,213           921,586           237,984              56,85!  1,576,769  476,450  129,859 



West.                         East. 




£946,783                £4,288,638 




North    29,406 

"est 23,541 

Eas'  87,332 

South 62,302 

Total 202,581 

VALUATION— BURGHS  :     £14,793,415 

Milch  Cows. 




Total  of 
Ewes  &  Sheep. 
































vi  SCOTLAND.  [slater's  directory.] 



Professional  111,319     viz.: — Government  Employ,  26,073;  Clerical,  7,346;  Legal,  7,805;  Medical,  7,709; 

Teachers  and  Students,  50,065  ;  Other  Classes,  12,957 
Domestic  203,153 

Agricultural 249,124 

Commercial 180,952    viz.: — Merchants,  Bankers  and  Agents,  58,589;  Employed  on  Railways  and  Canals, 

Carriers  &c.  122,363 

Industrial   1,032,404    viz.: — In  Woollen  Trade,  40,034;  Cotton  and  Flax,  62,951  ;  Hemp  and  Jute,  36,297;  Coal 

and  Shale  Miners,  79,234;  Ironstone  Minors,  2,862;  Shipbuilding,  21,081; 
Other  Industries,  789,945 

Indefinite  &c 1 

(of    whom    855,014  >2, 248,695     viz.: — Indefinite,  903,419  ;  Scholars  and  Children,  1,345,276 
are  females)  J 


Number  of  Vessels  Employed  (Inclusive  of  Beam  Trawlers). 

District.                        No.  of  Boats.  Tonnage.          Hands  employed.     Val.  of  Boats  &  Gear. 

East  Coast 6,126  ...  85,478  ...        23,233          ...       .£1,771,510 

Orkney  and  Shetland    1,290  ...  10,293  •••          4*335           •••                84,887 

West  Coast 4,160  ...  17,786  ...         12,659          ••■              172,987 

Total    u,S76         —       "3.557         —        40.227  —       £2,029,384 

The  greater  part  of  the  above  are  contributed  by  the  Ports  of  Aberdeen,  Buckie,  Fraserburgh,  Greenock,  Leith  and 
Montrose.  The  total  number  of  persons  employed  in  connection  with  the  Fishery  Trade  in  1898  was  86,964.  The 
number  of  herring  barrels  made  in  1898  was  1,110,396  barrels  and  209,493  half-barrels  ;  and  number  of  coopers  employed 
about  3,000,  chiefly  at  Fraserburgh,  Peterhead  and  Wick 


Quantity  of  Fish  Landed  in  the  Year  189 
Herrings.         Cod  &  Ling.        Saithe  Haddock. 


F-ast  Coast 3,047,434 

Orkney  and  Shetland  ...  782,144 

West  Coast    874,063 

Total   4,703,641 






(Coal  Fish), 







Whiting.      Conger  Eel. 











Flat  Fish 

(all  kinds) 






The  total  quantity  of  fish  of  all  kinds,  except  shell-fish,  landed  in  1898  was  :  on  East.  Coast,  4,520,070  cwts.;  in  Orkney 
and  Shetland,  937,065  cwts.;  and  on  West  Coast,  1,100,633  cwts.;  or  a  grand  total  of  6,557,768  cwts.  valued  at  £1,879,866. 

Export  of  herrings  to  the  Continent  in  1898  was  1,432,542  barrels  ;  quantity  of  herrings  cured  in  1898  was 
1,805,347  barrels;  the  number  of  barrels  of  herrings  brande  I  with  the  official  Crown  Brand  was  in  1898  631,589. 


The  principal  are  coal,  shale,  iron  ore  and  fire  clay,  the  quantities  produced  in  1898  and  values  bemg'as  follows: — 
Coal,  30,237,295  tons  ;  value,  £9,207,199.  Oil  shale,  2,133,409  tons  ;  value,  £533,352.  Iron  ore,  824,219  tons;  value, 
£347,010.  Fire  clay,  801,702  tons  ;  value,  £125,286.  Igneous  rocks  other  than  granite,  747,177  tons  ;  value,  £133,206. 
Granite,  440,513  tons;  value,  £206,998.  Limestone,  610,211  tons;  value,  £113,397.  Sandstone,  1,697,689  tons; 
value,  £460,271.     The  total  value  of  all  minerals  raised  in  iSy8  was  £38,061,399. 


The  leading  staples  arc  iron,  jute,  linen,  woollen  goods  and  spirits,  with  sugar  refineries.  The  total  value  of 
imports  for  1S9S  was  £34,000,038,  and  of  exports  £24,546,373,  of  which  the  value  of  produce  and  manufactures  of  the 
United  Kingdom  was  £23,643,143. 


Vessels  entered  inwards  with  cargoes  at  the  several  ports  of  Scotland  in  iS.jS  were— Steamers,  4,293  ;  tonnage, 
3,457,429.  Sailing  vessels,  1,861  ;  tonnage,  556,164.  Total,  6,154  vessels,  of  an  aggregate  tonnage  of  4,013,593. 
Clearances  for  the  same  period — Steamers,  6,744;  tonnage,  5,107,189.  Sailing  vessels,  2,449;  tonnage,  536,959. 
Total,  9,193  vessels,  of  an  aggregate  tonnage  of  5,644,148. 





Right  Hon.  Lord  Balfour  of  Burleigh  p.c. 

LORD  KEEPER  OF  THE  PRIVY  SEAL,  Right  Hun.  the  Marquess  of  Lothian  k.t.,  p.c. 

LORD  JUSTICE-GENERAL,  Right.  Hon.  John  Blair  Balfour  Q.c,  M.V.,  P.c. 

LORD  CLERK  REGISTER,  Duke  of  Montrose  k.t. 

LORD  ADVOCATE,  Right.  Hon.  Andrew  Graham  Murray  P.c,  Q.c,  m.p. 

LORD  JUSTICE  CLERK,  Right  Hon.  John  Hay  Athole  Macdon'ald  p.c.,c.B.,  v.D.,  Q.c. 


Lord  Advocate Right  Hon.  Andrew  Graham  Murray  p.c,  Q.c,  M.P 

Solicitor-General Charles  Scott  Dickson  q.c 

Queen's  and  Lord  Treasurer's  Remembrancer Reginald  MacLeod  c.B 

Keeper  of  Ihe  Signet.  Duke  of  Montrose  k.t 


Chairman Angus  Sutherland 

Deputy-Chairman   Donald  Crawford 

Members   Professor  D'Arcy,  W.    Thompson  m. a.  (scientific  member), 

J.   Ritchie  Welch,   W.  R.  Duguid  m.d.,  L.  Milroy  & 
Daniel  Meams. 
Secretary  William  C.  Robertson 



The  Lord  President  of  the  Council  I  The  Right  Hon.  the  Lord  Advocate 

The  Secretary  of  State  for  the  Home  Department  |  Vice-President,  The  Rt.    Hon.    Lord  Balfour  of  Burleigh, 

The  First  Lord  of  the  Treasury  Secretary  for  Scotland 

The  Chancellor  of  the  Exchequer  j  Secretary,  H.  Craik  esq.  c.B.,  ll.d 

The  Right  Hon.  Charles  T.  Ritchie  m.p 

The  civil  divisions  of  the  kingdom  consist  of  33  counties  and  966  civil  parishes. 


The  following  are  Hereditary  Members  of  the  Royal  Household  for  Scotland  : — 

High  Constable    Earl  of  Erroll,  l.l.d.,  d.l 

Master  of  the  Household    Duke  of  Argyll  k.g.,  k.t.,  p.c 

Standard  Bearer Earl  of  Lauderdale 

Royal  Standard  Bearer  Henry  Scrymgeour-Wedderburn 

Dean  of  the  Chapel  Royal Very  Rev.  James  Cameron-Lees  d.d.,  ll.d 


Holyrood  House  Duke  of  Hamilton  &  Brandon 

Falkland  )  ,.  .  „   , 

Castle  of  Rothesay j  Marquess  of  Bute  k.t. 

Dunstaffnage,  Dunoon  and  Carrick Duke  of  Argyll  k.g.,  k.t.,  p.c 


Instituted  1540. 

The  Sovereign,  5  Extra  Knights  and  15  Knights. 


Dean  of  the  Order    Very  Rev.  James  Cameron-Lees  d.d.,  ll.d 

Lyon  King  at  Arms    James  Balfour  Paul,  advocate, 

Secretary  Major  Sir  Duncan  Alexander  Dnndas  Campbell  bart 

Gentleman  Usher  of  the  Green  Rod Hon.  Alan  David  Murray 

(The  Queen's  Body  Guard  for  Scotland. ) 

This  Corps  was  embodied  by  an  Act  of  the  Scottish  Privy  Council,  1677,  under  the  name  of  the  "King's  Company  of 
Archers,"  with  the  right  to  name  their  own  officers,  and  enjoy  all  rights  and  privileges  by  the  presentation  of  a  pair 
(3)  of  barbed  arrows  yearly.  Their  Captain-General  received  from  George  IV.  (1822)  a  Gold  St  ck,  with  precedence 
next  to  the  Gold  Stick  of  England,  and  William  IV.  added  two  Silver  Sticks,  and  a  Pair  of  Colours.  They  number 
about  160,  and  wear  a  state  uniform  of  green  and  gold. 

Captain-General,  Marquess  of  Lothian  k.t.,  p.c 

President  of  Council,  Earl  of  Stair  k.t 

Vice-President,  Lord  Balfour  of  Burleigh 

Joint-Secretaries,  Sir  J.  Gillespie  &  Henry  Cook 

Treasurer,  Harry  Cheyne  w.s 

Chaplain,  Rev.  Norman  Macleod  d.d 




[slater's  directory.] 

The  Act  of  Union,  6  Anne,  cap.  n  and  caps.  40-51,  53  and  78,  and  Articles  agreed  to  22nd  July,  1706,  provided  for 
Scotland  being  represented  in  the  Legislature  by  16  Peers  and  4s  Commoners  chosen  for  each  parliament. 

Representative  Peers  of  Scotland. 
(Elected  for  Duration  of  Parliament.) 

Airlie  Earl  of,  Corlacby  castle  &  Airlie  castle,  Forfarshire 
Balfour  of  Burleigh  Baron  p.c.  Kennet  house,  Alloa 
Carnwath  Earl  of,  Carnwath  house,  Fulham,  London  s  w 
Dundonald  Earl  of  c.B.,  M.v.o.  34  Portman  sq.  London  w 
Falkland  Viscount,  76  Eaton  square,  London  s  w 
Forbes  Baron,  Castle  Forbes,  Whitehouse,  Aberdeen 
Haddington  Earl  of,  Mellerstein,  Kelso 
Lauderdale  Earl  of,  Thirlestane  castle,  Lauder,  Berwicksh 

Leven  &  Melville  Earl  of,  Glenferness,  Dunphail 

Mar  Earl  of,  Sunnington  rise,  Bournemouth 

Mar  &  Kellie  Earl  of,  Alloa  house,  Alloa 

Morton  Earl  of,  Conaglen,  Ardgour 

Polwarth  Baron,  Mertoun  house,  St.  Boswells,  Berwicksh 

Saltoun  Baron,  Philorth,  Fraserburgh,  Aberdeen 

Sinclair  Baron,  Herdmanston,Pencaithland,Haddinglonsh 

Torphichen  Baron,  Calder  house,  Midlothian 

Representation  in  the  PIouse  of  Commons  (72),  as  constituted  by  the  Redistribution  of  Seats  Act,  1S85. 

Burghs.         Counties.         Universities.         Groups  of  Burghs. 

4  —  — 

7  —  — 

Edinburgh  City 







1  g  Counties  1  each     

Aberdeenshire  (2)     Ayrshire  (2) 

Fife  (2)  Lanark     (6) 

Perth  (2)  Renfrew  (2 

Clackmannan  and  Kinross  "\ 

Elgin  and  Nairn  (4  groups   1 

Orkney  and  Shetland  C       member  each 

Peebles  and  Selkirk  J 

Universities  of : 

Edinburgh  and  St.  Andrews   

Glasgow  and  Aberdeen 

(2)  ) 
(6)  V 
0)   J 












St.  Andrews 






Vice-Admirals  of  the  Coast. 
Argyllshire  and  West  Coast  of  Scotland,  The  Duke  of  Argyll  K.O.,  k.t 
The  Islands  of  Orkney  and  Shetland,  Mr.  Sheriff  Thorns 

Coast  Guard  Ships  and  Royal  Naval  Reserve. 
Leith  District — H.M.S.   ''Rodney,"  Queensferry.     Gunboat   Cruisers,    "Cockchafer,"    "Niger"  and    "  Redwing. 

Sailing  Cruiser,  "Active" 
Royal  Naval  Reserve  Drill  Ships,  Aberdeen,  H.M.S.  "  Clyde  ;  "  Dundee,  H.M.S.  "  Unicorn  ;  "  Leith,  H.M.S.  "  Durham 
Clyde  District — H.M.S.  "  Benbow,"  Greenock.     Gunboat  Cruiser,  "Starling."    Sailing  Cruiser,  "Squirrel" 

Scottish  District  Command  :  Head  Quarters,  Edinburgh. 
(Includes  the  whole  of  Scotland.) 
Lieutenant-General,  Gen.  Edward  F.  Chapman  c.b.,  r.a 
Aides-de-Camp,     Lieut.    Sir    W.    Dick-Cuuyngham   Bart. 

(R.    Highdrs.),  &  Capt.    H.    P.   Moulton-Barrett   (.Arg. 

&  Suth'd.  Highdrs.) 
Assist. -Adj. -Gen.  Col.  W.  E.  Franklyn 
Dep.  -Assist.  -Adj.  -Gens.  Major  W.  J.  Bonus(  Dorset  R. )  ( &  also 

for  Instruction),  &  Lt.-Col.  F.A.  Le  P.Trench(A.S.  corps) 
District  Inspector  ofMusketry,Capt.H.C.Metcalfe(Northu.R) 
Officer  Commanding  Roy.  Artillery,  Col.  H.  W.  Rooke(col. 

on  the  staff) 
Staff-Captain  Roy.  Artillery,  Capt.  W.  A.  M.  Thomson  r.a 
Commanding  Royal  Engineers,  Col.  W.  H.  Patten  (col.  on 

the  staff) 
Principal  Medical  Ofhcer,Col.  J. R. Rooney  l.r. c.p.i. ,  r.a.m.c. 
Chief  Ordnance  Officer,  Major  R.  W.  M.  Jackson 
District  Paymaster,  Col.  G.  H.  Anson  (col) 












Royal  Scots  (Lothian  Reg) 

Royal  Scots  Fusiliers 

King's  Own  Scottish  Borderers 

("The  Camcronians  (Scottish 
Hamilton    1   Commd<  Rifles.)  The  Highland  Light 
(  Infantry. 
TheBlackWatch(Rl.  Highlndrs) 
The      Seaforth     Highlanders 
(Rosshire  Buffs) 
1  Command 

The  Queen's  Own  Cameron 

The  Gordon  Highlanders 
The     Argyll     &     Sutherland 


Fort  George  i 



Scottish  Regiments. 

These  Regiments  were  originally  raised  in  Scotland  and  (with  three 
Old  No.  Present  Title. 

2nd  Dragoons,  "  Scots  Greys  " 1C81 

Coldstream  Guards      

Scots  Guards     

ist     1st  &  2nd  Bats.  Royal  Scots  

21st     tst  &  2nd  Bats.  Scots  Fusiliers 

26th    ist  Bat.  Scottish  Rifles  (Cameronians)    

42nd    ist  Bat.  Royal  Highlanders  (Black  Watch)     

71st     ist  Bat.  Highland  Light  Infantry    

72nd   ist  Bat.  Seaforth  Highlanders  

73rd    2nd  Bat.  Royal  Highlanders  

74th    2nd  Bat.  Highland  Light  Infantry    

75th     ist  Bat.  Gordon  Highlanders 

78th  2nd  Bat.  Seaforth  Highlanders  (Ross-shire  Buffs). 

79th    Queen's  Own  Cameron  Highlanders 

90th    2nd  Bat.  Scottish  Rifles    

91st     ist  Bat.  Argyll  &  Sutherland  Highlanders 

92nd    2nd  Bat.  Gordon  Highlanders   

93rd    2nd  Bat.  Argyll  &  Sutherland  Highlanders    




exceptions)  are  still  Scottish  Territorial  Regiments. 

How  Raised  &  Date, 
as  "  The  Royal  Regiment  of  Scots  Dragoons,"  Colonel 

Thomas  Dalziel 
by  Gen.  Monck  at  Coldstream 
at  the  Restoration 
from  the  Swedish  &  French  Service 
under  the  Earl  of  Mar 
from  a  body  of  Covenanters 

from  Independent  Police  Companies  instituted  in  1729 
from  Highlanders  in  Glasgow 
Clan  Mackenzie 
from  Highlanders 
Clan  Mackenzie 
Clan  Cameron 
Perthshire  Volunteers 
Clan  Campbell 
Clan  Gordon 
Clan  Sutherland 


THIS  important  county  is  situated  in  the  north-east  part  of  Scot- 
land, and  is  bounded  on  the  north  and  east  by  the  North  Sea;  on 
the  south  by  the  counties  ot  Kincardine,  Forfar  and  Ferth,  the 
Grampian  Hills  separating  it  from  the  two  latter,  and  on  the  West 
by  Inverness-shire  and  Banffshire.  In  form  it  approaches  to  that 
of  an  oval,  the  length  of  which,  from  north-east  to  south-west,  is 
about  eighty-five  miles,  and  its  extreme  breadth  about  forty, 
and  comprises  1,970  square  miles.  The  coast  line,  which  is  in- 
dented by  numerous  bays  and  creeks,  is  about  60  miles  in  length. 
The  county  ranks  as  sixth  in  size  and  fourth  in  population.  In 
1881  it  contained  a  population  of  267,990,  and  in  1891,  281,332 
I  males,  133,861,  females,  147,471),  showing  an  increase  in  the 
ten  years  of  13,342.    Inhabited  houses  in  1891  were  56,683. 

The  total  acreage  (land  and  water)  of  the  county  ia  1.268,705 
acres,  of  which  in  1898,  99,827  were  under  green  crops,  and 
215,688  under  corn  crops;  the  principal  crops  being  hav  31.079 
acres;  turnips  89,854;  potatoes  7,073;  oats  181,546;"  barley 
29,353;  beans  463;  the  permanent)  pasturage  32,102  acres'; 
mountains  and  heath  used  for  grazing  175,322;  wood*  100.990; 
plantations  (planted  1881  to  1895),  986  acres;  of  live  stock  in 
the  same  year  there  were  in  the  county  23,333  horses  used 
solely  for  agriculture  and  brood  mares;  7,419  unbroken  horses; 
45,808  cows  and  heifers  in  milk  or  in  calf :  137,404  other  cattle ; 
70.607  ewes  kept  for  breeding;  152883  other  6heep ;  1,638  sows 
kept  for  breeding;  9,779  other  pigs,  and  there  is  plenty  of  game 
and  deer. 

Climate  and  Natural  Features  :  — Towards  the  sea  the  land  is 
fertile  and  comparatively  level;  but  a  great  proportion  of  the 
county  lies  amidst  the  wilderness  of  the  central  Highlands. 
Turnips  succeed  better  in  this  county  than  in  any  other  in  Scot- 
land. The  climate  is  cold,  yet  it  is  less  liable  to  extreme  low  tem- 
perature than  other  districts  lying  further  south  and  inland. 

The  county  is  divided  into  five  districts,  viz: — Mar,  Garioch, 
Strathbogie,  Fromartine  and  Buchan.  Mar  lies  in  the  south-west 
and  south  portion  of  the  county  along  the  river  Dee  and  south 
of  the  Don :  Garioch  north  of  the  Don  and  west  of  Kintore : 
Strathbogie  is  on  the  north-west  of  Garioch  and  its  southern  point 
touching  the  north  boundary  of  Mar :  Fromartine  lies  to  the  east 
of  Garioch  and  south  of  the  Ythan :  Buchan  occupying  the  north- 
east portion  of  the  county  north  of  the  Ythan  and  east  of  the 
Devenor  and  upper  part  of  Strathbogie.  The  appearance  of  the 
upper  part  of  the  district  of  Mar  is  wild,  rugged  and  mountainous. 
Towards  the  east  and  north-east  the  surface  becomes  more  level, 
but  is  in  many  places  moorish  and  barren ;  but  the  woods,  mostly 
fir,  are  extensive,  producing  fine  timber  The  rivers  Don  and  Dee 
have  both  their  sou  ces  in  this  quarter.  Balmoral,  the  Highland 
residence  of  Her  Majestv  the  Queen,  and  Abergeldie.  the  seat  of 
His  R.  H.  the  Prince  of  Wales,  are  in  this  district.  From 
the  top  of  Craigendarroch  there  is,  perhaps,  one  of  the  most  grand 
and  picturesque  views  in  Scotland.  At  the  termination  of  a  deep 
glen  in  Strathdee  is  the  pass  of  Ballater,  which  forms  the  eastern 
entrance  into  the  Grampian  mountains.  The  district  of  Buchan 
is  not  so  hilly,  lying  mostly  on  the  east  and  north  coast,  but 
being  almost  destitute  of  wood  its  appearance  is  bleak  and 
naked;  from  the  quantities,  however,  of  large  timber  found  in 
many  mosses,  no  doubt  can  exist  of  its  having  once  been  well 
wooded.  Anciently  this  extensive  domain  was  the  property  of  the 
Earls  of  Buchan,  on  whose  attainder,  in  1320,  King  Bobert  Bruce 
divided  the  land  among  his  adherents.  Subsequently  the  title  was 
revived  in  the  Erskine  family,  but  without  a  restoration  of  the 
lands,  and  the  present  earl  has  no  property  in  this  quarter.  The 
districts  of  Strathbogie,  Garioch.  and  Fromartine  are  generally 
well  cultivated. 

Inhabitants.— There  is  a  characteristic  difference  to  be  observed 
in  the  natives  of  Aberdeenshire  from  those  of  any  other  county  in 
Scotland.  Tbey  are  in  general  regarded  as  an  active,  vigorous 
and  enterprising  race;  and  when  they  emigrate  they  seldom  fail 
to  succeed.  The  dialect  of  the  inhabitants,  too,  is  peculiar  from 
those  of  the  Sooth  of  Scotland ;  and  to  a  stranger's  ear  appears 
to  be  attended  with  a  slow  pronunciation  and  broad  accent.  On 
the  sea  coasts  they  have  a  distinct  difference  of  physiognomical 
appearance  from  other  inhabitants  of  this  county  and  attest  by 
this,  as  well  as  by  their  speech,  that  they  are  descended  from  a 
race  of  people  which  originally  came  from  the  northern  regions  of 
Europe,  and  fixed  themselves  in  this  part  of  Scotland. 

Rivers,  Mountains  &c— The  principal  rivers  of  Aberdeenshire 
are  the  Dee,  the  Don,  the  Ythan,  the  TJgie,  and  the  Deveron. 
Jnese  rivers  are  of  great  value,  from  the  immense  quantity  and 
fineness  of  the  salmon  thev  produce ;  but  are  too  rapid  to  admit  of 
navigation  to  any  great  extent.  The  river  Ythan  deserves  particu- 
lar mention  on  account  of  the  pearl  fishery,  formerly  carried  on 
in  it  with  great  success.  On  the  Don  are  the  ruins  of  Kildrummy 
t.astle,  an  ancient  seat  of  the  Earls  of  Mar.  The  Dee  runs  throu gh 
the  vale  of  Strathdee,  surrounded  by  lofty  mountains.    At  the  top 

of  the  vale  of  Braemar,  a  short  way  above  Mar  Lodge,  is  the  noted 
waterfall  called  the  Linn  of  Dee.  In  the  valley  of  Glenmuick 
there  is  likewise  another  picturesque  cascade,  and  a  little  below 
on  the  southern  banks  of  the  Dee,  most  romantically  situated  are 
Pannanich  Wells,  much  frequented  In  summer.  On  the  sea  shore 
are  several  remarkable  caves,  curious  pectorations  in  the  rocks, 
and  echoes  which  reverberate  sounds  with  wonderful  distinctness' 
On  the  coast,' to  the  south  of  Peterhead,  is  a  remarkable  natural 
feature,  called  the  Butlers  of  Buchan.  It  is  a  large  oval  cavitv 
m  depth  about  one  hundred  feet,  formed  by  the  steep  rocks.  A 
natural  arch  opens  into  the  sea  at  the  eastern  end,  into  which 
boats  are  sometimes  drawn  and  dashed  to  pieces.    The  mountains 

of  greatest  altitude  and  importance  in  Aberdeenshire  are Ben 

Macdhui,  4,296  feet;  Braeriach,  4,248;  Cairntoul,  4,241;  Cairn- 
gorm, 4,090;  Ben-a-Bourd,  3,924;  Ben  Avon,  3,843;  Lochnagar 
3,786;  Morven,  2,954;  Buck  of  Cabrach,  2,368;  Tap  o'  Moth, 
1,852;  and  Benachie,  1,696.  There  are  no  lochs  of  any  size  in 
this  county. 

Railways.— Lines  in  this  county  belong  to  the  Great  North  of 
Scotland  system,  and  radiate  from  Aberdeen  city,  the  southern 
branch  runnmg  west-by-south  along  the  DeeBide  to  Banchory, 
Aboyne  and  Ballater  next  the  main  line,  north-west  to  Huntly 
Keith  and  Elgin,  throwing  off  a  branch  at  Dyce  Junction  direct 
north  to  Fraserburgh,  with  a  line  from  it  at  Maud  Junction  east 
to  Peterhead,  another  branch  from  Kintore  westerly  to  Alford  • 
one  at  Inverurie  north-bv-east  to  Old  Meldrum,  '  and  one  at 
Inveramsay  north-by-west  to  Turriff  and  Banff.  A  branch  wife 
opened  in  1897  from  Ellom,  on  the  Aberdeen  and  Fraserburgh 
section,  to  Boddam. 

Commerce,  Manufactures,  Minerals  &c. — The  making  of  limn 
and  sail-cloth  has  been  successfully  introduced  in  several  parts, 
the  other  branches  being  the  manufacture  of  flax,  cotton  &  wool- 
lens, paper  and  envelope  making,  tanning,  distilling,  and  the 
curing  of  fish  and  provisions.  Shipbuilding,  both  wood  and  iron, 
is  carried  on  at  Aberdeen,  Peterhead,  and  Fraserburgh.  The  sea 
coast  abounds  in  fish  of  great  variety  and  richness,  and  the  river 
and  sea  fishing,  together,  form  a  great  source  of  wealth  to  the 
inhabitants.  The  herring  fishery  is  prosecuted  on  a  very  exten- 
sive scale  at  Peterhead  and  Fraserburgh,  the  harbours  of  these 
places  during  the  fishing  season  being  crowded  with  boats,  which 
has  the  effect  of  considerably  augmenting  the  population;  of 
recent  years  the  herring  fishery  has  also  been  largely  pursued  at 
Aberdeen.  The  fishery  industry  employs  at  the  three  principal 
ports  of  Aberdeen,  Peterhead  and  Fraserburgh,  of  1st,  2nd  and 
3rd  class  boats,  709,  equal  17,693  tons;  781,  equal  3,531  tons 
and  23,  equal  47  tons.  -The  number  of  men  and  boys  employed, 
resident,  within  the  limits  of  the  ports,  were: — Aberdeen,  1999- 
Fraserburgh.  1,350:  Peterhead,  982.  The  number  of  steam  and 
sailing  vessels  registered  as  belonging  to  the  port  of  Aberdeen, 
Dec.  31,  1898.  was  201,  of  96.682  tonnage.  Peterhead  is  also 
engaged  in  whale  and  seal  fishing,  the  former  being  carried  on 
in  summer  off  the  north-east  of  Greenland  and  in  Davis  Straits. 
Granite— green,  blue,  and  red— is  a  valuable  and  extensive  pro- 
duction of  this  county,  and  presents  an  article  of  considerable 
traffic,  many  thousand  tons  beine  conveved  to  London  and 
other  distant  parts,  for  paving  and  building  purposes,  and  for 
monuments,  tombs,  statues  &c.  ;  it  is  chiefly  found  in  the 
neighbourhoods  of  Aberdeen,  Peterhead,  New  Pitsligo,  and 
Monymusk.  During  the  vear  1897.  306,273  tons  were  raised- 
in  the  same  period.  27,041  tons  of  gravel  and  sand  and  9,712. 
tons  of  sandstone  were  obtained.  Slate  is  also  quarried  from  the 
Foudland  Hills,  Insch.  Other  minerals  are  found  in  different 
parts  of  Aberdeenshire,  and  are  eminently  worthy  of  notice.  In 
the  parish  of  Old  Machar  was  discovered  a  valuable  mine  of 
manganese:  Leslie  produces  amianthus,  made  bv  the  peasants 
into  snuff  boxes  and  ornaments ;  plumbago  has  been  found  on  the 
banks  of  the  Deveron ;  and  near  Peterhead,  onvx  pebbles  are  to 
he  met  with.  The  largest  rock  crystal  ever  found  in  Scotland 
was  discovered  upon  the  estate  of  Invercauld  in  this  county;  its 
size  was  nearly  that  of  a  child's  bodv  at  the  age  of  four  years. 
On  the  same  estate  have  also  been  obtained  amethysts  and 'aqua- 
marines, equal  in  colour  and  hardness  to  those  so  eagerly  sought, 
after  in  the  East.  Topazes  of  great  value,  provincially  called 
Cairngorm  stones,  are  also  to  be  met  with  in  Aberdeenshire. 
Talc,  mica,  asbestos,  and  amianthus,  commonly  called  mountain 
cork,  and  mountain  leather,  are  found  in  several  of  the  hills.  At 
Craig,  in  the  district  of  Strathbogie,  there  iB  a  fine  flaxen  as- 
bestos, both  green  and  white.  A  great  proportion  of  the  land- 
holders reside  on  their  estates,  and  planting,  the  introduction  of 
superior  breeds  of  cattle,  and  better  modes  of  agriculture,  have 
for  some  time  engaged  attention. 

Divisions,  Representation  &c. — This  county  contains  eighty- 
three  parishes  and  three  royal  burghs — Aberdeen,  Kintore,  and 
Inverurie.  The  contributory  boroughs  for  those  which,  in  con- 
junction with  others,  are  represented  in  Parliament)   belonging 

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to  this  county  are  Inverurie,  Kintore  and  Peterhead.  The  city 
of  Aberdeen  returns  two  members  to  Parliament  and  the  county 
also  sends  two  members,  one  respectively  for  the  East  and 
Western  divisions.  The  parliamentary  constituency  of  the  East- 
ern Division  of  the  county  for  1898  numbered  12,142,  that  of 
the  Western  Division  being  10,431.  The  valuation  of  the  countv 
was,  in  1807-8,  £1,664,107. 

Eastern  division,  Thomas  Ryburn  Buchanan  esq.  M.A.  10  Moray 

place,  Edinburgh ;   &  12  South  street,  Park  lane  W  &  Reform 

club  S  W,  London 
Western  division,  Robert  Farquharson  esq.  M.D.,  F.R.C.P.Lond., 

LL.D.  Finzean,  Aboyne ;  2  Porchester  gardens  W  &  Reform  & 

National  L-.beral  clubs,  London 


Convener,  A.  M.  Gordon,  of  Newton,  Culsalmond 
Vfce-Oonvener,  James  Hay,  Little  Ythsie 

Electoral  Divisions,  with  Names  &  Addresses. 
Aberdour,  Alexander  Lovie,  Nether  Boyndlie,  Tyrie 
Aboyne  &  Birse,  Marquis  of  Huntly,  Aboyne  castle,  Aboyne 
Alford,  Kildrumniy  &  Tullynessle,  Thomas  Nicol  Cook,  Dorsell, 

Auchindoir,  Clatt  &   Kennethmont,   William  Penny-Craik,  Craig 

Auchindoir,  Knockespock,  Clatt 
Auchterless,  Alexander  Innes,  Cushnie,  Auchterless 
Belhelvie,  William  Harry  Lumsden,  Balmedie,  Belhelvie 
Bourtie  &  Meldrum,  James  Bruce  Manson,  Kilblean,  Meldrum 
Cairnie,  Glass  &  Huntly,  John  Wilson,  Castle  park,  Huntly 
Chapel  of  Garioch  &  Daviot,  James  White,  Legatesden,  Pitcaple 
Cluny  &  Midmar,  Ranald  Macdonald,  Prospect  cottage,  Cluny 
Crathie,  Alexander  Haldane  Farquharson,  Invercauld 
Crimond  &  St.  Fergus,  William  Annand,  South  Ednie,  St.  Fergus 
C*omar,  Patrick  Strachan,  East-town,  Tarland 
Oruden,   Robert  Brand,   Ardiffery,  Cruden 
Culsalmond,  Rayne  &  Oyne,  Alexander  Morison  Gordon,  New- 
ton, Culsalmond 
Cults,  John  Whyte,  Dalhibity,  Cults 
Drumblade,    Ga'rtly   &   Rhynie,    Hugh   Wilson,    Milton   of   Roth, 

Drumoak  &  Peterculter,  Alexander  Skene,  Avondow,  Milltimber 
Dvce,  Fintrar  &  Kinellar,  James  Thom,  Upper  Kirkton,  Dyct 
Kcbt  &  Skene,   George  H.  Smythe,  Echt 
Ellon,  George  Ruxton,  jun.  Balmacassie,  Ellon 
Forgue,  Lieut.  Fredk.  de  Lemare  Morison,  Bognie  &  Frendraught 
Foveran,  John  Henry  Udny,  Udny  castle,  Udny 
Fraserburgh  (.North),  William  M'Connachie,  10  Commerce  street, 

Fraserburgh    (South),    Alexander    Gordon,    59    Barrasgate    road, 

■Fyvie  (North),  John  Lyon,  Peter  well,  Fyvie 
Fyvie  (South),  James  Durno,  Jackstown,  Fyvie 
Glenbucket,    Strathdon    &   Towie,    William    D.    Ellis,    Kinclune, 

Glenmuick,  Sir  Allan  R.  Mackenzie  bart.  Braickley,  Glenmulck 
Huntly,  Robert  Hunter  Nicol  Sellar,  Granaryst,  Huntly 
Insch,  Leslie  &  Premnay,  Peter  Bruce,  Myreton,  Insch 
Inverurie,   Keithhall  &  Kintore,  William  Tait  LL.D.  Broomend, 

by  Inverurie 
Kemnay  &  Monymusk,  Henry  D.  M'Combie,  Milton  of  Kemnay 
Kincardine  O'Neil  &  Lumphanan,  Lieut. -Col.  F.  N.  Innes,  Lear- 

ney,  Torphins 
King  Edward,  John  Runcieman,  Auchmill,  King  Edward 
Leochel-Cushnie,    Tough    &    Keig,    Alexander    Strachan,    West 

Fowlis,  Alford 
Longside,  Thomas  Forrest,  Mains  of  Ludquharn,  Longside 
Lonmay,  John  Forsyth,  Corskelly,  Lonmay 
Metblick,    Thomas   Marshall,    Skilmonae,    Methlick 
Monquhitter,  Major  Garden  Alexander  Duff,  Hatton  castle,  Turriff 
NewDeer  (North),  Jas.Brebner  Little  Auchloch,Briicklay, Aberdeen 
New  Deer  (South),  Alex.  Stephen,  Mains  of  Inkhorn.Auchnagatt 
New  Machar,  George  James  Harvey,  Moneykebbock,  New  Machar 
Newhills  (North),  Alexander  Chas.  Pirie,  Dunecht  house,  Echt 
Newhills  (South),   Alexander  Porter,  Springhill,  Newhills 
Old  Deer  (East),  George  Davidson,  Newton  of  Kinmundy 
Old  Deer  (West),  William  Ainslie,  Taitswell,  Pitfour 
Old  Machar,  William  Both  well,  Berry  hill,  Old  Machar 
Peterhead  (Landward),   William  Taylor,  Newseat,   Peterhead 
Pitsligo,   Charles  Alex.  Barclay,  Aberdour  house,  Aberdour 
Rathen,  John  Watt,  Watermill,  Fraserburgh 
Slains   &  Logie-Buchan,  Robert  Moir,  Tarty,  Logie-Buchan 
Strichen,  John  Sleigh,  Strichen  Mains,  Strichen 
Tarves,  James  Hay,  Little  Ythsie,  Tarves 
Turriff  (Burgh),  John  Hutcheon,  3  Victoria  terrace,  Turriff 
Turriff  (Landward),  Alexander  Stuart,  Laithers  house,  Turriff 
Tyrie,  John  Scott,  New  Pitsligo 
TJdny,  Alexander  Milne  Leslie,   Auchenhuive,  TJdnv 

List  of  members  of  the  Aberdeen  County  Council  arranged  alpha- 
betically &  the  Electoral  Divisions  for  which  they  respec- 
tively Bit, 

Names  &  Electoral  Divisions. 

Ainslie  William,  Old  Deer  (West) 

Annand  William,   Crimond  &  St.  Fergus 

Barclay  Charles  Alex.  Pitsligo 

Bothwell  William,  Old  Machar 

Bran^Robert,  Cruden 

Brebner  James,  New  Deer  (North) 

Bruce  Peter,  Insch,  Leslie  &  Premnay 

Cook  Thomas  Nicol,  Alford,  Kildrummy  &  Tullynessle 

Davidson  George,  Old  Deer  (East) 

Duff  Major  Garden  Alexander,  Monquhitter 

Durno  James,  Fyvie  (South) 

Ellis  William  D.  Glenbucket,  Strathdon  &  Towie 

Farquharson  Alexander  Haldane,  Crathie 

Forrest  Thomas,  Longside 

Forsyth  John,  Lonmay 

Gordon  Alexander,  Fraserburgh  (South) 

Gordon  Alexander  Morison,  Culsalmond,  Rayne  &  Oyne 

Harvey  George  James,  New  Machar 

Hay  James,  Tarves 

Huntly  Marquis  of,  Aboyne  &  Birse 

Hutcheon  John,  Turriff  (Burgh) 

Innes  Lieut. -Col.  F.  N.,  Kincardine  O'Neil  &  Lumphanan 

Innes  Alexander,  Auchterless 

Leslie   Alexander   Milne,   TJdny 

Lovie  Alexander,  Aberdour 

Lumsden  William  Harry,  Belhelvie 

Lyon  John,  Fyvie  North 

M'Combie  Henry  D.,  Kemnay  &  Monymusk 

M'Connachie  William,  Fraserburgh  (North) 

Macdonald  Ranald,  Cluny  &  Midmar 

Mackenzie  Sir  A.  R.  bart.  Glenmuick 

Manson  James  Bruce,  Bourtie  &  Meldrum 

Marshall  Thomas,  MethncJc 

Moir  Robert,   Slains  of  Logie,  Buchan 

Morison  Col.  F.  de  L.  Forgue 

Penny-Craik  William,  Auchindoir,  Clatfc  &  Kennethmont 

Pirie  Alexander  Charles,   Newhill*  (North) 

Porter  Alexander,  Old  Deer  (East) 

Runcieman  John,  King  Edward 

Ruxton  George,  jun.  Ellon 

Sellar  Robert  H.  N.  Huntly 

Scott  John,  Tyrie 

Skene  Alexander,  Drumoak  &  Peterculter 

Sleigh  John,  Strichen 

Smythe  George  H.  Echt  &  Skene 

Stephen  Alexander,  New  Deer  (South) 

Strachan  Alexander,  Leochel-Cushnie,  Tough  &  Keig 

Strachan  Patrick,  Oromar 

Stuart  Alexander,  Turriff  (Landward) 

Tait  William  LL.D.  Inverurie,  Keithhall  &  Kintore 

Taylor  William,  Peterhead  (Landward) 

Thorn  James,  Dyce,  Fintray  &  Kinellar 

Udny  John  Henry,  Foveran 

Watt  John,  Rathen 

White  James,  Chapel  of  Garioch  &  Daviot 

Whyte  John,  Cults 

Wilson  Hugh,  Drumhlade,  Gartly  &  Rhynie 

Wilson  John,  Cairnie,  Glass  &  Huntly 

Representatives  of  Royal  &  Parliamentary  Burghs. 

Peterhead,    Councillors  J.   C.   Booth,   William  Martin  &  Bailie 

W.  H.  Leask 
Inverurie,  William  Lauder,  Dean  of  Guild 
Kintore,   Provost  Marshall 

Officials  of  the  Council. 
County  Clerk  &  Treasurer,  William  Murison,   solicitor,  County 

buildings,  Aberdeen 
Chief  Constable,  Major  Duncan  F.  Gordon,  County  Police  office. 

Lodge  walk,  Aberdeen 
Veterinary  Inspector,  James  Thomson  M.B.C.V.S 
County  Medical  Officer,  Dr.  James  P.  Watt 
County  Sanitary  Inspector  &  Engineer,  John  D.  Watson  C.E 

Statutory  Meetings. — There  are  three  statutory  meetings  of  the 
Council  held  on  days  to  be  fixed  by  the  Council  in  the  months  nf 
May  &  October,  &  on  the  third  Tuesday  in  December.  The  Coun- 
cil also  hold  two  meetings  in  March  and  July  respectively. 


Lord  Lieutenant,  The  Rt.  Hon.  The  Earl  of  Aberdeen  P.O.,  G.C.M.G.,  K.T.,  Haddo  house. 

Vice-Lieutenant,  Sir  John  Forbes  Clark  bart.  LL.D.,  Tillypron'e,  Tarland,  Aberdeen. 

Convener,  A.  M.  Gordon,  of  Newton. 


Aberdeen  Lord  Provost  of  (ex-officio) 

Ainslie  Ainslie  Douglas,  of  Delgaty 

Allardyce  Colonel  James,  of  Colquoich 

Bannerman  Lieut. -CoL  Arthur  J.  Crimonmogate 

Brooke  Capt.  H.  V.  of  Fairley 

Brown  W.  A.,  LL.D.  sheriff-substitute  of  Aberdeenshire 

Burnett  Sir  Thomas  bart.  of  Crathes 

Caldwell  Colonel  Robert  Townley  LL.D.  Inneshewen,  Aboyne 

Carnegie  Lord,  Crimonmogate,  Lonmay 

Clark    Sir    John    Forbes    bart.    LL.D.    of   Tillypronie,    Tarland. 

Crawford  Earl  of  K.T.  Dunecht  house,  Aberdeen 



Crombie  John  William  M.A.,  M.P.  Balgownie  lodge,  Aberdeen 

Buff  Major  Garden  Alexander,  of  Hnttou 

Erroll  Earl  of  IX.D,  Slains  castle,  Crnden 

Erskinc  Henrv  William  Knights,  Pittoddrie,  Pitcaple 

Farquhar  Admiral  Sir  Arthur  K.C.E.  Drumnagesk,  Aboyne 

Farquharson  Hobert  M.D.,  M.P.,  LL.D.  Finzean,  Aboyne 

Fell  owes -Gordon  H.  G.  of  Knockespoch 

Ferguson  Lieut. -Col.  G.  A.  of  Pitfour 

Ferguson  William  LL.D.  of  Kinmundy 

Fife  Duke  of  P.O.,  K.T.  Duff  house,  Banff 

Forbes  Lord,  Castle  Forbes,  Whitehouse,  Aberdeen 

Forbes  Sir  C.  S.  bart.    Castle  Newe 

Forbes  General  Sir  John  K.C.B.  Inverernan,  Strathdon 

Forbes  Hon.  A.  M.  of  Brux 

Forbes  John  Charles  Matthias  Ogilvie,  of  Boyndlie 

Forbes-Gordon  Captain  Arthur,  of  Rayne 

Forbes-Leith  A.  J.  of  Fyvie 

Fordyce  Alexander  Dingwall,  of  Brucklay 

Fordvce  James  Dingwall,  of  Culsh 

Geddes    Sir  William   Duguid  LL.D.   principal  &  vice-chance'.'or 

of  the  University  of  Aberdeen,  Chanonry  lodge,  Old  Aberdeen 
Gordon  A.  J.  L.  of  Ellon 
Gordon  Alexander  Morison,  of  Newton 
Gordon  Charles  Thomas,  of  Cairness 
Gordon  George  J.  Robert,  of  Ellon 
Gordon  Henry,  of  Manar 

Gordon  Henry  Wolrige,  of  Hallhead  &  Esslemor* 
Grant  Sir  A.  H.  bart.  of  Monymusk 
GrantxDuff    Right   Hon.     Sir    Mountstuart   E.,    G.C.S.I.,    CLE. 

Lexden  park,  Colchester 
Gregson  F.  R.  of  Tilliefoure 
Hay  Col.  Alex.  Sebastian  Leith-  C.B.  Leith    ball,  Kennethmout, 

Henderson  Sir  William  LL.D.  Devanha  house,  Aberdeen 
Hunter  Lieut. -Col.  A.  C.  of  Tillery 

Huntly  Marquess  of  P.O.  Aboyne  castle,  Aboyne  R.S.O 

Innes  Colonel  T.,   LL.D.  of  Learney 

Kintore  Right  Hon.  Earl  of  P.C.,  G.C.M.G.  "Keith  hall,  Inverurie 

Leith  Capt.  Alexander  H.  of  Glenkindie 

Leith  Major  T,  of  Petmathen 

Leslie  C.  Stephen,  of  Balquhain 

Littlejohn  David,  sheriff-clerk  of  Aberdeenshire 

Lumsden  H.  G.  Clova,  Lumsden  R.S.O 

Lumsden  Lieut.-General  Sir  Peter  Stark  G.C.B.,  C.S.I.  Buch- 
romb,  Dufftown,  Banffshire 

Lumsden  Henry,  of  Pitcaple 

Lumsden  William  Harry,  of  Balmedie 

Mackenzie  Sir  Allan  bart.  Brackley  house,  Ballater  R.S.O 

Mackenzie  Major-General  Roderick  R.A.  of  Foveran 

Man  Col.  J.  A.,  C.M.G.  Trinidad 

March  &  Darnley,  Earl  of 

Mcir-Byres  George,  of  Tonley 

Morison  Lieut. -Col.  F.  de  Lemare,  of  Bognie  &  Frendraught 

Ogston  Alexander,  of  Glendavan,  Professor  of  Surgery,  Univer- 
sity of  Aberdeen 

Paton  William  Roger,  of  Grandhome 

Richmond   &  Gordon  Duke  of  P.C.,  K.G 

RusseU  Major-General  F.S.  of  Aden 

Saltoun  Lord,  Philorth,  Fraserburgh,  Aberdeen 

Sempill  Lord  Y.D.  Craigievar  castle,  Aberdeen 

Seton  Col.  Sir  William  Samuel  bart.  East  India  United  Service 
club,  London  S  W 

Stanmore  Lord  G.C.M.G.  Red  house,  Ascot,  Berks 

Stewart  Sir  David  LL.D.  of  Banchory  house 

Stuart  Alexander,  of  Laithers 

Turner  John,  of  Turnerhall 

Udny  John  Henry,  of  Udny 

tfrquhart  Major  Francis  Edward  Romulus  Pollard,  of  CraigstoD 

Webbe  Capt.  George  Allan,  London 

Wilson  John  Dove  LL.D.  of  Aberdeen 


Aberdeen  Earl  of  P.O.,  G.C.M.G.,  K.T.  Haddo  house,  Aberdeen 

Burnett  Lieut.-Col.  Sir  Thomas  bart.  Crathes,  Aberdeen 

Carnegie  Lord,  Crimonmogate,  Lomnay  R.S.O 

Clark  Sir  Juhn  Forbes  barULL.D.Tillypronie,  Tarland,  Aberdeen 

Duff  Hon.  George,  Skene 

Farquhar    Admiral    Sir    Arthur    K.C.B.    Drumnagesk,    Aboyne 

R.S.O.,  N.B 
Fife  Duke  of  P.C.,  K.T.  Mar  lodge,  Aberdeen 
Forbe3   General  Sir  John  K.C.B.  Inverernan,   Strathdon 
Forbes  Lord,  Ca3tle  Forbes,  Whitehouse,  Aberdeen 
Forbes  Hon.  Atholl  Monson,  Brux  lodge,  Aberdeenshire 
Forbes  Sir  C.   S.  bart.  Castle  Newe,  Strathdon,  Aberdeen 
Forbes  Hon.  John  Matthias  Ogilvie-  M.A.  Boyndlie,  Fraserburgh 
Grant  Sir  Arthur  Henry  bart.  House  of  Monymusk,  Aberdeen 
Grant-Duff   Right   Hon.    Sir    Mountstuart   Elphinstone    G.C.S.I., 

CLE.  Lexden  park,  Colchester,  Essex 
Henderson  Sir  William  LL.D.  Devanha  house,  Aberdeen 
Huntly  Marquess   of  P.C.  Aboyne  castle,  Aboyne  R.S.O 
Kintore,  Algernon,  Earl  of  P.O.,  G.C.M.G.  Keith  hall,  Inverurie, 

Mackenzie  Sir  Allan  Russell  bart.  Brackley  houseiBallater  R.S.O. 

Richmond  &  Gordon  Duke  of  P.C,  K.G.  Gordon  castle,  Foch- 
abers, Banff 
Saltoun  Lord,  Philorth,   Fraserburgh,  Aberdeen 
Sempill  Lord  Y.D.  Craigievar  castle,  Aberdeen 
Seton    Colonel    Sir  William    Samuel   bart.    United    Service   club, 

London  S  W 
Southesk  Earl  of,  Kinnaird  castle,  Brechin,  Forfarshire 
Stanmore  Lord,  Red  house,  Ascot,  Berkshire 
Stewart  Sir  David  LL.D.  Banchory,  Devenick,  Aberdeen 

Abernethy  James  Fowler,  farmer,  Westhill,  Skene 

Adam  T.  shipowner,  Aberdeen 

Aiken  James,  bank  agent,  Braemar 

Ainslie  Douglas  Ainslie,  of  Delgaty 

Ainslie  W.  factor,  Mintlaw 

Alexander  William  M.B.,  CM.  Tarland 

Allan  George,  advocate,  Aberdeen 

Allardyce  Col.  J.  Aberdeen 

Anderson  A.  G.  banker,  Aboyne 

Anderson  Alex,  of  Aucharnle,  Forgue 

Anderson  Andrew,  farmer,  Mameulah,  New  Macbar 

Anderson  G.  of  Nether  Ancharnie,  Forgue 

Anderson  G.  Bank  of  Scotland,  Edinburgh 

Anderson  J.  M.  merchant,  Fraserburgh 

Anderson  John,  bank  agent,  Turriff 

Anderson  W.  Waterside  cottage,  Forbes 

Anderson  William,  sec.  T.  &  C  Bank  Limited,  Aberdeen 

Annand  J.  bank  agent,  Kintore 

Annand  J.  W.  mason,  &  inspector  to  Town  Council,  Aberdeen 

Arnotfc  George,  leather  merchant,  Huntly 

Arthur  David  Mitchell  M.D.  1  St.  Devenick's  terrace,  Cults 

Barclay  C.  A.  Aberdour  house 

Barclay  G.  W.  W.  manager  N.  B.  Mercantile  Insur.  Co.  Aberdeen 

Baxter  D.  bank  agent,  Banff 

Bell  John,  farmer,  Tyrie  mains,  Tyrie 

Ttis^t  James  David,  "bank  agent,  Peterhead 

Blackall  Adam  M.D.  Logie  lodge,  Crimond 

Blackhall  J.  banker,  Fraserburgh 

B'ake  Joseph,  builder,  New  Pitsligo 

Boddie  William,  stone  merchant,  3  Roslm  terrace,  Aberdeen 

Bower  J.  H.  of  Pitmurchie 

Bowman  Jame3,  plumber,  Huntly 

Boyd  W.  of  Eastburn,  Peterhead 

Bridges  J.  Henry,  of  Fedderate  &  Ardlaw:&  Ewell  court.Epsom, 

Brodie  W.  iron  founder,  Aberdeen 

Brooke  Capt.  H.  Y.  Lickleyhead  castle,  Insch 

Brebner  Alexander  George,  farmer,  Balquhyndachy,  by  Methlick 

Brown  Charles,  farmer,  The  Haugh,  Dinnet 

Brown  James  H.  bank  agent,  Ellon 

Bruce  A.  bank  agent,  Port  Erroll 

Bruce  G.  farmer,  Pennan 

Bruce  George,    farmer,  Heatherwick,   Keithhall,  Inverurie 

Bruce  George,  farmer,  Tochieneal 

Bruce  James,  of  Inverquhomery  &  Longside 

Bruce  James,  banker,  Old  Meldrum 

Bruce  Peter,  farmer,  Myreton,  Insch 

Bruce  William  M.D.  Dingwall 

Buchan  Alexander,  general  merchant,  Khktown,  St.  Fergus 

Burnet  Peter,  of  Elrick 

BTirnett  Alexander  G.  of  Kemnay 

Buchan  John,  builder,  Monymusk 

Burnett  James,  farmer,  Kirkton,  Fraserburgh 

Burnett  John  A.  younger,  of  Kemnay 

Burnett  W.  K.  advocate,  Aberdeen 

Byres  Alexander,  miller,  Nethermill,  Cruden 

Calder  Robert  Menzies 

Caldwell  Col.  Robert  Townley,  Brook  house,  Cambridge;  lieut.- 

col.  commanding  3rd  Battalion  Gordon  Highlanders 
Campbell  Maj.  Robert,  of  Cloghill 
Cardno  James  Farquhar,  lish  curer,  Fraserburgh 
Christie  Charles,  factor.  Forbestown,  Strathdon 
Charles  John,  banker,  Inverurie 
Cheves  Robert,  banker,  Longside 
Chrystall  George,  farmer,  Dorbshill,  Logie-Buchan 
Chrystall  William,  farmer.  Johnston,  Leslie  by  Insch 
Clark  John,  bank  agent,  Echt 

Cochrane  Thomas,  manager  T.  &  0.  Bank  Limited,  Aberdeen 
Coltman  W.  B.  of  Deskrie  &  Blelack 

Cook  George  Milne,  shipowner,  62  Marischal  street,  Aberdeen 
Contts  Francis,  bank  agent,  Ballater 
Cooper  John,  farmer,  Pitmachie,  Oyne 
Cordiner  William  F.  of  Cortes 
Cowan  H.  Rubislaw  Den  South.  Aberdeen 
Crahb  Richard  Badenach,  bank  agent,  Peterhead 
Craik  William  Penny,  of  Craig,  Craig  castle,  Rhynie 
Craigie  John  Burnett,  of  Linton 
Crombie  Alexander,  W.  S.  Edinburgh 
Crombie  James,  shipowner,  Trinity  buildings,  Aberdeen 
Crombie  John  William  M.P.  Balgownie  lodge,  Aberdpen 
Crombie  Theodore,  manufacturer,  18  Albyn  place,  Aberdeen 
Cruickshank  George,  ironmonger,  Huntly 
Cruickshank  James,  farmer,  Ladysford,  Tyrie 
Cruickshank  James  Smith,  farmer,  Logie-Newton,  Aucherterlesa, 

Cruickshank  J.  W.  Elrick  house 
Davidson  Alexander,  farmer,  Auchenten,  Cruden 
Davidson  Captain  Duncan  Francis,  younger,  of  Dess,  Queen's  Own 

Cameron  Highlanders  (79th) 
Davidson  Duncan,  younger,  of  Inchmarlo 
Davidson  George,  merchant,   Wellwood,  Cults,  Aberdeen 
Davidson  Henry  Oliver  D.  of  Tillychetly,  Alford 
Davidson  J.  bank  agent,  (New  Maud 

Davidson  George,   farmer,  Newton  of  Kinmundy,   Mintlaw 
Davidson  Jas.  manager  Scottish  Employers'  Liability  &  General 

Insnrance  Co.  Limited,  Aberdeen 
Davidson  John,  farmer,  Baluss,  Mintlaw 
Davidson  W.  grain  merchant,  Port  Elphinstone 
Dawson  W.  F.  G.  bank  agent,  Insch 
Deans  George,  farmer,  Fornet,  Skene 
Dickson  J.  fish  curer,  Fraserburgh 

Douglas  John  William  Edward  James,  of  Tilquhillie,  Banchory 
Duff  Major  Garden  Alexander  of  Hatton 
Duguid  Alexander  Gray  M.D.  Hatton,  Cruden 

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Justices  ov  the  Peace— continued. 
Duncan  John,  bank  agent,  New  Maud 
Duncan  P.  Batchers,  King  Edward 
Dunn  W.  advocate  in  Aberdeen,  Murtle 

Duthie  George  F.  teacher,  Maryville,  Don  terrace,  Woodside 
Duthie  "William,  merchant,  TarveB 

Edwards  John,   warehouseman,  70  Carden  place,   Aberdeen 
Erskine  H.  W.  Knight,  of  Pittodrie,  Pitcaple 
Esson  Robert,  manufacturer,  Cothal  mills,  Fintray 
Dunn  John  A.  24  &  26  Union  street,  Aberdeen 
Farquhar  G.   slater,  Woodside 

Farquharson  Lieut. -Col.  John,  of  Corachree,  Tarland 
Farquharson  John,  of  Whitecairns,  37  Westburn  road,  Aberdeen 
Farquharson  Robert  M.D.,  M.F.  Finzean 
Ferguson  Lieut -Col.  G.  A.  of  Pitfour 
Ferguson  James,  younger,  of  Kinmundy 
Ferguson  WUIiam,  of  Kinmundy 
Field  Sidney,  Ashfield  lodge,  Bury  St.  Edmunds 
Findlay  James  William,  farmer,  Harestone,  Premnay 
Fleming  John,  22  King's  gate,  Aberdeen 
Foggo  Robert  Gordon,  factor  for  Invercauld  Estates 
Forbes  Lieut.-Col.  H.  E.  of  Kinmundy 
Forbes  Major  James,  London 

Forbes  George,  younger,  of  Invercrnan,  Strathdon 
Forbes  Wm.  farmer,  Upper  Ruthven,Logie-Coldstone,  DinnetR.S.O 
Forbes  William  N.  of  Dunnottar 
Forbes-Leith  A.  J.  F.  Fyvie  castle 
Fordyce  A.  D.  Bzucklay  castle 
Forrest  G.  farmer,  Castle  of  Auchry 
Forrest  T.  jun.  Ludquharn,  Longside 
.Forsyth  John,  farmer,  Corskelly,  Lonmay 
Fowler  A.,  M.D.  Ellon 

Fowler  J.  E.,  M.D.  Church  street,  Woodside 
Fowlie  John,  farmer,  Mains  Bogfofechel,  Udny 
Fraser  Angus  M.D.  Aberdeen 
Fraser  David,  architect,  Peterhead 
Fraser  T.  farmer,  Clyne,  New  Machar 
Fraser   William   Nathaniel,    of   Findrack   &   Tornaveen,    S.S.C., 

Fyfe  John,  stone  merchant,  Beechgrove  house,  Aberdeen 
Galloway  P.  medical  practitioner,  Rhynie 
Gammell  Rev.  J.  S.  of  Countesswells 
Garden  R.  North  Ythsie,  Tarves 
Garden  W.  72  Dee  street,  Aberdeen 
Garland  T.  farmer,  Ardlethen,  Ellon 
Geddes    James   Lawrence,    joint   manager    &    sec.    Culter    Mills 

Paper  Co.  Limited,  Culter 
George  Alexander,  joint  proprietor,  of  Turriff 
George  Francis,  joint  proprietor,  of  Turriff 
Gibson  Thomas  Hayter,  farmer,  Cultercullen 
Gill  A.  J.  Mitchell,  of  Savock 

Gill  Alexander  0.  Fairfield,  Fonthill  road,  Aberdeen 
Gill  David,  of  Blairythan,  EUon  • 

Gordon  Admiral  W.  E.  A 
Gordon  A.  J.  L.  of  EUon,  Ellon  castle 
Gordon  A.  N.  Forbes,  of  Rayne 
Gordon  Alex.  Mcrison,  of  Newton 

Gordon  Charles  £'.uart,  bank  agent,  20  Albyn  place,  Aberdeen 
Gordon  Charles  Thomas,  of  Cairness 
Gordon  D.  bank  agent,  Turriff 
Gordon  D.  "F.  chief  constable  of  Aberdeenshire 
Gordon  George  J.  R.  of  Ellon 
Gordon  H.  G.  F.  of  Knockespnck 
Gordon  Henry,  of  Manar 

Gordon  H.  Mackay,  of  Abergeldie ;  The  Courtyard,  Eltham,  Kent 
Gordon  Henrv  Wolrige,  of  Hallhead  &  Esslemont 
Gordon  J.  F.  S.  G.  of  Craig 
Gordon  J.   G.  Wolrige,   Ellon 
Gordon  John,  farmer,  Upper  Towie,  Inverkindie 
Gordon  Robert,  bank  agent,  Ellon 
Gordon  W.  bank  agent,  Cuminestown,  Monquhitter 
Gordon  William,  town  clerk  of  Aberdeen 
Graham  William,  joint  cashier  Union  Bank  of  Scotland  Limited, 

Grant  C.  L.  of  Kingsford,  Alford 
Grant  James  M.B.,  CM.  Roseville  house,  Rhynie 
Grant  J.  R.  late  banker,  Aberdeen 
Grant  John,  bank  agent,  Methlick 
Grant  Robert,  farmer,  Pitfichie,  Monymusk 
Gray  R.  bank  agent,  Peterhead 
Gray  William,  farmer,  Balgove,  Old  Meldrum 
Gregson  F.  R.  of  Tillvfourio 
Greig  C.  C,  M.B.,  CM.  Fyvie 
Grieve  James,  bank  agent,  Turriff 
Hadden  G.  manufacturer,  Aberdeen 

Hall  Captain  Angus  William,  late  at  Balbithan,  Keith-hall 
Hall  Rohert.,  chemist.   Woodside 
Hannay  John,  at  Corskie,  Banff 
Harper  John,  of  Seafield,  Aberdeen 
Harvey  J.  C.  Barclay,  of  Kinord,  Dinnet 
Hay  Col.  Alexander  Sebastian  Leith-  C.B.  Leith  ball,   Kenneth- 

mont.  Aberdeen 
Hay  Lieut.-Col.  Charles  Leith,  Aberdeen 
Hay  A.  merchant,  Peterhead 
Hay  J.  farmer,  Little  Ythsie,  Tarves 
Hay  J.  L.  St.  Servans,  France 
Hay  Peter  Grant  M.D.  Forgue 

Hay-Leith  C.  E.  N.  of  Rannes  &*  Leith  hall,  Kennethmont 
Hector  Alexander,  farmer.  Corsehill,  Dyce 
Hector  Thomas,  clerk,  School  Board.  Aberdeen 
Henderson  J.  bank  agent,  431  Great  Northern  road 
Henderson  John,  manager  North  of  Scotland  Bank  Lim.  Aberdeen 
Henderson  Robert,  warehouseman,  9  Albyn  terrace,  Aberdeen 
Holland  Charles  Barclay,  London 
Home  William,  farmer,  Newton,  of  Ardoyne,  Insch 
Home  W.  bank  agent,  Sauchen,  Cluny 
Hunter  Lieut.-Col.  Alexander  Chambers,  of  Tillery 
Hunter  R.  bank  agent,  Badenscoth 
Hunter  W.  M.  bank  agejt,  Badenscoth 
Hutcheon  James,  sec.  North  of  Scotland  Bank  Lim.  Aberdeen 

Hutcheon  John,  provost,  Turriff 

Hutchison  William  E.  of  Cairngall,  Longside 

Innes  Lieut -Col.  Franc  is  Newell, of  Learney  &  Cullerley.Torphics 

Innes  Col.  Thomas,  of  Learney 

Ironside  P.  C  bank  agent,  Rhynie 

Jaffrey  Thomas,  actuary.  Aberdeen  Savings  Bank,  Aberdeen 

Jamieson  G.  A.,  C.A.  Edinburgh 

Jamieson  P.,  M.D.  Peterhead 

Jamieson  Thomas  Francis,  Ellon 

Johnson  James,  Postcliffe,  Peterculter 

Johnston  Brigade-Surg.  Lt.-Col.  William,  of  Newton  Dee,  Murtle 

Johnston  William,  47  Belmont  street,  Aberdeen 

Joiner  Alexander,  merchant,  New  Deer 

Joiner  Alexander  Brown,  bank  agent,  New  Deer 

Join^c  John,  jun.  joint  agent,  T.  &  C  Bank  Limited,  New  Deer 

Keith  Dr.  A.  Dalziel,  Aboyne 

Keith  A.  farmer,  Chapelton,  Ellon 

Keith  Alexander,  teacher,  Methlick 

Keith  J.  B.  bank  agent,  Aberdeen 

Keith  P.  late  banker,  Aberdeen 

Kellas  James  Fowler,  sec.  Local  Marine  Board,  Aberdeen. 

Kemp  George,  accountant,  13  Bridge  street,  Aberdeen 

Kennedy  J.  Rose  villa,  Lumphanan 

Kilgour  Patrick,  London 

Kilgour  W.  T.  of  Tulloch,  Old  Meldrum 

King  John,  farmer,  Blackstack,  Strichen 

Kinghorn  J.  merchant,  Aberdeen 

Kinloch  Alexander  John,  of  Altries 

Knox  G.  Auchnagatt 

Kyd  Thomas,  Northern  Assurance  Co.  Aberdeen- 

Laing  .Tame*,  farmer,  Auchlyne,  Clatt 

Lamb  William,  farmer,  Newton  Hythie,  Mintlaw 

Lamond  William,  of  Stranduff 

Lawrence  G.  bank  agent,  New  Deer 

Lawrence  N.,  M.D.  Bridgend.  Longside 

Lawson  James,  bank  agent,  Huntly 

Leask  William  Hutchison,  fish  enrer,  Peterhead 

Le'dingham  J.  farmer,  Slap,  Turriff 

Ledingham  W.  Rowan  cottage,  Ellon 

Leggat  J.  W.  bank  agent,  Turriff 

Leith  Major  T.  of  Petmathen 

Leith  Captain  Alexander  Hendry,  of  Glenkindie,  Inverkindie 

Leith  Alexander  John  Forbes.  Fyvie  castle 

Leith  John,  warehouseman,  48  Bridge  street,  Aberdeen 

Lessel  Robert  James,  merchant,  Dunecht 

Leslie  Charles  S.  of  Balqubain 

Leys  R.,  M.D.  Leysland  house,  Ellon 

Lillie  Thomas,  bank  agent,  6  Westfield  terrace,  Aberdeen 

Littlejohn  D.  9  Rubislaw  terrace,  Aberdeen 

Livingstone  William,  printer.  53  Jasmine  terrace,  Aberdeen 

Lovie  Alexander,  farmer,  Nether  Boyndlle,  Tyrie 

Tjumsden  Lieut.  Walter  (R.N.  Pitcaple  castle,  Pitcaple 

Lumsden  H.  G.  of  Auchindoir 

Lumsden  Henry,  of  Pitcaple 

Lumsden  Henry  William 

Lumsden  W.  H.  of  Balmedie 

Lunan  Robert,  acent,  Rank  of  Scotland.  Aberdeen 

M'Arthur  James  M.D.  Nether  Clachforbie,  Fisherie,  Turriff 

McCombie  P.  Duguid,  of  Easter  Skene  &  Lynturk,  Skene 

M'Connaehie  William,  shipowner.  Fraserburgh 

Macdonald  David,  Marine  villa,  South  Constitution  st.  Aberdeen 

M'Donald  J.  bank  agent,  Kildrummy 

McDonald  W.  Y.  joint  cashier,  Union  Bank  of  Scotland  Limited", 

Macdonald  Ranald,  factor.  Aberdeen 
Macsrregor  Alexander  M.D.  London 
M'Hardy  David,  54  Netherkirkgate,  Aberdeen 
McHardy  William,  of  Drumblair,  Forgue.  Huntly 
MacICenzie  Major-General  Roderick,  of  Foveran,  Foveran  house; 

McKenzie  Archibald,  coal  merchant,  Dunmail,  Cults 
Mackie  John,  Mains  of  Elrick,  Auchnagatt 
Mackie  William,  bank  agent,  Fyvie 
M'Laggan  J.  banker,  Torphins 
M'Leod  P.  B.  H.,  M.D.  New  Deer 
M'Quibban  C  M.,  M.D.  Aberdeen 
M'Robb  J.  overseer.  Aberdeen  Lime  Company 
Mahon  Major  R.  J.  H.  surveyor,  G.  P.  0 
Maitland  C.  A.  surveyor.  G.  P.   0 
Manson  J.  bank  agent,  Old  Meldrnm 
Manson  Janies  Bruce,  of  Kilblean,  Old  Meldrum 
Man-Stuart  Lieut.-Col.  John  Alexander  C.M.G 
Margetts  James,  agent,  T.  &  C  Bank  Limited,  Alford 
Marr  G-,  M.D.  Ellon 
Marr  John,  of  Hatton 

Marshall  Thomas,  farmer,  Skelmonae,  Methlick 
Martin  D.  bank  agent,  Peterhead 
Martin  W.  granite  merchant.  Peterhead 
Maver  David  M.B.,  CM.  Buxburn 

Mearns  Daniel,  ship  broker,  357  Great  Western  road,  Aberdeen 
Mellis  William  Andrew,  merchant,  Huntly 
Melville  William,  barrister,  9  Bon-Accord   orescent,  Aberdeen 
Merson  John,  farmer,   Counterfanny,  Fyvie 
Michell  J.  of  Glassel  &  Forcetpark 
Middleton  Alexander,  farmer,  Bridgefont,  Monymusk 
Milne  G.  vounger,  of  Kinaldie,  Aberdeen 
Milne  J.  of  Kinaldie,  Aberdeen 
Milne  William,   bank  agent,   Tarland 
Milne  William,  builder,  Inverurie 
Milne  William,  C  A.  Aberdeen 
Mitchell  A.  medical  practitioner,  New  Deer 
Mitchell  James,  fish  curer,  Fraserburgh 
Mitchell  John,  iun.  fish  curer,  Peterhead 
Mitchell  Patrick  M.D.  Old  Rain,  by  Insch 
Mitchell  Robert,  of  Logierieve,  Udny 
Afitchell  W.  late  postmaster.  Aberdeen 
Mitchell  W.  A.  farmer,  Auchnagathle 
Moir  Byres  George,  of  Tonley,  Wbitehouse 
Moir  Robert,   of  Meikle  Tartv,  Logie  Buchan 
Morgan  David,  bank  agent,  Ballater 




Morison  Major  F.  D.  L.  of  Boguie 

Morrison  John,  jun.  farmer,  Hattonslap,  Tarves 

Morrison  John,  merchant,  Kirkhill,  Kennethnxmt 

Mortimer  James,  farmer,  Newton-of-Premnay,  by  Insch 

Muirhead  George  F.S.A.  factor,  Mains  of  Haddo  house,  Aberdeen 

Murison  William,  county  clerk,  34  Forest  road,  Aberdeen 

Murray  J.  of  North  Inveramsay,  Aberdeen 

Murray  John,  merchant,  Kincardine  O'Neil 

Murray  Peter,  bank  agent,  Newburgh 

Wares  Alexander  F.  land  steward,  The  Cottage,  Parkhill 

Nicol  George  William,  ship  broker,  42  Regent  quay,  Aberdeen 

Nicol  William  B.  of  Ballogie 

Noble  James  M.D.  Auchendryne  lodge,  Braemar 

Ogilvie  Alexander  LL.D.  Bobert  Gordon's  college,  Aberdeen 

Ogilvie  Thomas,  manufacturer,  2  Westfield  terrace,  Aberdeen 

Ogilvie-Forbes  J.  C.  M.  of  Boyndlie 

Ogg  Charles,  farmer,  Baltimore,  Glenbucket 

Ogston  Alexander,  professor  of  surgery.  University  of  Aberdeen 

Ogston  James,  Norwood  house,  near  Aberdeen 

•Park  T.  shipowner,  Fraserburgh 

Partridge  William,  late  at  Axdmurdo,  Keith-hall 

Paterson  George,  mason,  Bullhead  cottage,  Udny 

Paterson  W.,  M.D.  Inverurie 

Paton  William  Roger,  of  Grandholm 

Fenny  Joseph,  farmer,  MUlhill,  Mintlaw 

Petrie  Andrew,  merchant  &  bank  agent,  Kemnay 

Petrie  Joseph,  merchant,  Kincardine  O'Neil 

Philip  Johnston,  brewer,  Port  Elphinstone,  Inverurie 

Pirie  A.  C.  Craibstone  house,  near  Aberdeen 

Porter  A.  bank  agent,  Cuminestown 

Porter  J.  merchant,  Huntly 

Porter  William,   Grandholm  cottage,  Persleyden,  Old  Machar 

Pyper  William,  manufacturer,  Hiilhend,  Pitiodels,  near  Aberdeen 

Bae  J.  bank  agent,  Ellon 

Rae  J.  G.  merchant,  Newburgh 

Bae  John,  bank  agent,  Aberdeen 

Beiach  J.  bank  agent,  Fraserburgh 

Beid  Sir  James,  surgeon  at  Balmoral 

Reid  D.  farmer,  Mains  of  Kincraigie,  Tough 

Beid  John  M.D.  Dinnet 

Beid  Nat.  of  Fechil,  Hillhead,  Ellon 

Robertson  A.  W.  librarian,  Public  Library,  Aberdeen 

ltose-I nnes   Patrick,    of   Blackrie,    Fyvie;    G   Crown    Office  row. 

Temple,  London  * 

Ross  Harry,  late  bank  agent,  Tarland 

Boss  William  Leighton  M.B.,  C.M.  Cuminestown,  Monquhitter 
Euncieman  J.  Castleton,  King  Edward 
Runcieman  John,  farmer,  Auchmill,  King-Edward 
Russell  Col.  F.  Shirley,  of  Aden 
Russell  John,  merchant,  Insch 
Scott  John,  bank  agents  New  Pitsligo 

'Sellar  Robert  H.  N.  agricultural  implement  maker,  Huntly 
Shand  W.  R.  late  younger,  of  Craigellie 
Sharp  J.  D.  bank  agent,  late  of  Rosehearty 
Shepherd  G.  farmer,  Shethin,  Tarves 

■Shepherd  G.  J.  wholesale  druggist,  74  College  street,  Aberdeen 
Sim  Alexander,  farmer,  Clochtow,  Slains 
Simpson  Charles,  retired  jeweller,  Cliftun  house,  Turriff 
Simpson  John,  banker,  Ballater 

Sinclair  George,  St.  Clair  house,  619  King  street,  Old  Aberdeen 
Singer  James,  farmer,  Blair,  Fintray 
Skene  Lieut. -Col.  J.  G.  Lethenty 
Skene  Alexander,  23  King  street,  Aberdeen 
Skirving  Robert,  of  Cobairdy,  20  Glencairn  crescent,  Edinburgh 
Sleigh  John,  factor,  Strichen 
Smith  Alexander,  bank  agent,  Inverurie 
Smith  Charles  Gibson,  factor,  Haddo  house,  Aberdeen 
Smith  J.  manufacturer,  Peterhead 

Smith  James,  bank  agent,  Strichen 

Smith  John  Smart,  manager,  Northern  Agricultural  Co. Aberdeen 

Smith  R.  bank  agent,  late  of  Aberdeen 

Smith  W.  medical  practitioner,  Crobhlair,  Alford 

Souter  J.  F.  bank  agent,  Banff 

Spence  Alexander,   manufacturer,   Huntly 

Spence  James,  agent,  National  Bank  of  Scotland  Lim.  Aberdeen 

Spottiswood  Henry  Alexander  Farquhar,  of  Muiresh,  Turriff 

Stephen  Alexander,  farmer,  Mains  of  Inkhorn,  Ellon 

Stephen  Francis,  bank  agent,  Alford 

Stephen  James,  farmer,  Conglass,  Inverurie 

Stephen  William,  farmer,  Yorkieshill,  Mintlaw 

Steuart  Andrew,   of  Auchlunkart 

Stewart  Sir  David  LL.D.  of  Banchory  Imu^e 

Stewart  Alexander,  farmer,  Knapperna,  Udny 

Stewart  J.  bank  agent,  Bhynie 

Stewart  J.  bank  agent,  Strichen 

Stewart  John,  late  agent,  Bank  of  Scotland,  Aberdeen 

Stewart  William,  schoolmaster,  Clatt 

Strachan  Charles,  farmer,  Tilliyorn,  Tarland 

Stuart  Alexander,  of  Laithers 

Stuart  E.  B.  of  Dens  &  Crichie 

Stuart  H.  bank  agent,  Lumphanan 

Tait  John,  farmer,  Boghead,  Corgarff 

Tait  W.  manufacturer,  Port  Elphinstone 

Tarves  James,  Little  Colp,  Turriff 

Thomson  John,  farmer,  Haddo,  Methlick 

Thomson  John  Emslie,  farmer, Overtown  of  Edingarioch,Premnay 

Thomson  W.  1  Forest  road,  Aberdeen 

Thomson  W.  bank  agent,  Tarland 

Thomson  William,  Lemon  street,  Aberdeen 
.  Tindall  Bobert,  jun.  ironmonger,  Fraserburgh 
j  Todd  G.  T.  manufacturer,  Aberdeen 

Tulloch  Alexander  James,   auctioneer,  Commercial  rd.  Aberdeen 

Turner  Col,  John,  of  Turnerhall 

Turner  John,  younger,  of  Turnerhall     v 

Udny  John  Henry,  of  Udny 

Urquhart  Major  F.  E.  B.  Pollard,  of  Craigston 

Walker  Alexander,  merchant,  Aberdeen 

Walker  Charles,  formerly  at  Drumblair 

Walke:  David,  farmer,  Coullie,  Udny 

Walker  G.  rope  &  sail  maker,  Fraserburgh 

Walker  G.  J.  laud  surveyor,  Aberdeen 

Walker  John,  bank  agent,  Old  Deer 

Walker  William,  bank  agent,  Huntly 

Wallace  A.,  M.D.  Turriff 

Wallace  James,  bank  agent,  Lumsden 

Watson  A.  bank  agent,  Invergordon 

Watt  F.  E.  bank  agent,  numuy 

Watt  James,  merchant,  Lyne  of  Skene,  Dunecht 

Wattie  Charles  Forbes,  bank  agent,  Bellabeg,  Strathdon 

White  James,  late  of  Clinterty 

White  James,  Legatesden,  Pitcaple 

White  John  F.  merchant,  Dundee 

Wight  Alexander  Forbes,  21  Rubislaw  terrace 

Wilken  G.  farmer,  Waterside,  Alford 

Will  Major  George,  of  Woodside,  Boyal  Artillery,  Burnieboozle 
house,  Rubislaw 

Will  J.  H.  of  Sandford,  Peterhead 

Will  John  Charles  Ogilvie  M.D.  379  Union  street,  Aberdeen 

Williamson  Robert  D.  farmer,  Bendaucb,  Kinaldie 

Wilson  Robert  Morrison  M.D.  Old  Deer 

Wilson  G.  Park,  bank  agent,  Huntly 

Wilson  Hugh,  farmer,  Milton  of  Both,  Rhynie 

Wilson  J.  C.  C.  bank  agent,  Turriff 

Wilson  James  M.D.  Old  Meldrum 

Wilson  John,  factor  for  the  Duke  of  Richmond  &  Gordon,  Huntly 


Sheriff  &  Sheriffs-Substitute  of  Aberdeen  &  Kincardine 
Sheriff  &  Sheriff-Substitute  for  the  Shire  of  Banff 
Provost  &  Eldest  Bailie  of  Aberdeen 
Provost  &  Eldest  Bailie  of  Peterhead 
Chief  Magistrates  of  Inverurie  &  Kintore 
The  Eldest  Builie  of  the  Burgh  of  Inverurie 
Baron-Bailie  of  Peterhead 
The  Town  Clerk  of  Peterhead 

The  Procurators-Fiscal  of  the  Sheriff-Courts  of  Aberdeen,  Banff, 
Kincardine  &  Forfar 

The  Baron  Bailie  of  Fraserburgh 

The  Baron  Bailie  of  New  Pitsligo 

The  Baron  Bailie  of  Rosehearty 

Also  the  chairmen  of  the  several  district  committees,  &  the 
chairmen  of  the  several  Parish  Councils  of  the  county  of  Aber- 
deen for  the  time  being 


•Clerk   of   the   Lieutenancy,    William    Smith,    advocate,    Canada 

house,  201  Union  street,  Aberdeen 
Clerk  of  the  Peace,  Horace  Fildes,  Aberdeen 
Deputy  Clerk  of  the  Peace,  James  Conner 
Sheriff,  Donald  Crawford  esq 
Sheriff  Substitutes,  Duncan  Robertson  M.A.  &  George  Ward'.aw 

Burnet  M.A.,  B.L 
Honorary  Sheriff  Substitutes,  Douglass  Duncan,  C.  B.  Davidson 

LL.D.  James  Duguid  &  Henry  Peterkin,  Aberdeen  and  John 

Smith,  Peterhead  &  John  Procter,  Fraserburgh 
Sheriff  Clerk  of  Aberdeenshire,  David  Littlejohn 

Sheriff  Clerk  Deputes— Ordinary  civil  &  criminal  department, 
James  Conner  &  John  0.  Deane;  wills  &  executry  department, 
George  B.  Michie 

Sheriff  Clerk  Depute  ac  Peterhead.  Thomns  Mack'.e 

Procurator  Fiscal  for  Aberdeen,  Charles  Wilson  W.S 

Auditor  of  Court,  T.  R.  Gillies 

Distributor  of  Stamps  &  Collector  of  Cess  &  Assessed  Taxes, 
Thomas  Paxton 

County  Clerk  &  Treasurer,  William  Murison 

Clerk  to  Income  Tax  Commissioners,  James  W.  Bobson 

Chief  Constable,  Major  D.  F.  Gordon 

H.M.  Inspector  of  Factories,  John  (."aider,  21  King  street,  Atwrdeeu 




Chief  Constable,  Major  D.  F.  Gordon  ;  Office,  Lodge  walk.  |  Deputy  Chief  Constable,  "William  McEwan. 

The  force  consists  of  8  inspectors,  10  sergeants,  82  constables,  and  2  detective  officers. 
6  Inspector's  Station  t  Sergeant's  Station.  J  Police  Court  held  here. 


Inspector,  John  Adam 

Stations:— Aberdeen,  tAuchmill,  Belhelvie,  Blackburn.  Bridge 
of  Don,  Culter,  Cults,  Dyce,  Echt,  fJEllon,  Hazelhead,  Kirk- 
town  of  Skene,  Newburgh,  New  Machar,  Tarves  &  Udny 


Inspector,  James  Leslie 

Stations:— Boddam,  Cruden,  Harbour  Refuge,  Longside,  ^Peter- 
head, St.  Fergus  &  Stewartfield 


Inspector,  John  Napier 

Stations:— Aberdour,  Cairnbulg,  Crimond,  *JFraserburgb,  New 
Deer,  New  Maud,  New  Pitsligo,  Rosehearty  &  Strichen 


Inspector,  Jobn  Bruce 

Stations:— *JInverurie,  Kintore,  Methlic,  tJOld  ileldrurn  & 


Sergeant,  Lewis  Mathieson 

Stations: — Auchterless,    Cummingstown,    Fyvie,    New   Byth    & 


Inspector,  Alexander  Allan 

Stations: — Forgue,  *£Huntly,  Insch,Kennetlrmont,Rhynle  &  Glass 


Inspector,  John  Esson 

Stations: — Abovne,  tBallater,  Braemar,  Kincardine,  Lumphanan, 
O'Neill,  Tarland   &  Torphines 


Inspector,  "William  Copland 

Stations: — Alford,     Corgarff,     Kemnay,     Lumsden,     Monvmuskr 
Strathdon  &  Cluny 


This  county  is  included  in  the  Scottish  District  Command  ;  General,  E.  F.  Chapman,  C.B.,  R.A.  ;  head  quarters,  Edinburgh. 

Detachment  of  Royal  Artillery,   Southern  Division 

Depot,  Aberdeen 

District  Officer,  Lieut.  J.  A.  "Williams 

75th    Regimental   District   (Gordon  Highlanders),    75th    &    92nd 

Foot  &  Royal  Aberdeenshire  Militia 
Depot,  Aberdeen 
Commanding  Regimental  District,  Lieut -General  Sir  G.  C.  White 

V.C.,  G.C.B.,  G.C.S.I.,  G.C.I.E 

Gordon  Highlanders  (3rd  Battalion)  (Royal  Aberdeenshire 
Militia),  head  quarters,  King  St.  barracks,  Aberdeen.  Staff: 
Commanding,  Hon.  Col.  The  Earl  of  Kintore  G.C.M.G. ;  Major, 
W.  J.  B.  Stewart  Menzies ;  Instructor  of  Musketry,  Capt.  A. 
H.  Leith;  Adjutant,  R.  S.  Hunter-Blair ;  Quartermaster,  Hun. 
Lieut.  T.  Burns  j  8  companies 


Artillery  (attached  to  the  Southern  Division  Royal  Artillery)  (2nd 
Sub-District) ;   head  quarters,  Portsmouth. 

1st  Aberdeenshire  (Aberdeen  &  Kincardine)  Volunteer  Artillery, 
head  quarters,  North  Silver  street,  Aberdeen.  For  Staff 
Officers  aud  Officers  of  Batteries,  see  Aberdeen,  p.  17 

1st  Aberdeenshire  (Fortress)  Royal  Engineers,  head  quarters,  50 
Hardgate,  Aberdeen.    For  Officers  of  Staff  &  Companies,   see 
Aberdeen,  p.  17 

Infantry  Brigade. 
Head  Quarters,  GO  School  hill,  Aberdeen 
For  Brigade  Officers,  see  Aberdeen,  p.  16 

Comprising  the  following  Battalions  of  Gordon  Highlanders:  — 

1st  Volunteer  Battalion  The  Gordon  Highlanders,  head  quarters, 

Woolman  hill,   Aberdeen.     Staff:    Commanding,   Hon.    Coi.   D. 

Duno.'iu  V.D.  ;    Majors,    Hon.   Lient.-Cols.   G.   Cruden  V.D.  & 

L.    Mackinnon  V.D. ;    Lieut.    J.   R.   F.    Elsmie,   instructor   of 

musketry;  Adjutant,  Captain  H.  Macneal;  Quartermaster^ 
Alexander  Edmond,  Hon.  Lieut. ;  11  companies,  stationed  at 
Aberdeen  % 

2nd  Volunteer  Battalion  Gordon  Highlanders,  Old  Meldrum. 
Commanding,  Hon.  Col.  J.  Rae  V.D. ;  Major,  J.  Marr  V.D.  * 
Adjutant,  Capt.  S.  L.  Murray  ;  Quartermaster,  Hon.  Capt.  J. 
Margets ;  7  companies,  etationed  as  follows;  A  Methlick,  R 
Ellon,  C  Newburgh,  D  Turriff,  E  Fyvie,  F  Old  Meldrum  &  G 

3rd  (The  Buchan)  Volunteer  Battalion,  head  quarters,  Kirk  st. 
Peterhead.  Staff:  Commanding,  Hon.  Col.  A.  D.  Fordyce 
V.D. ;  Majors,  Hon.  Lieut. -Cols.  R.  Scott  V.D.  &  R.  Robertson 
V.D. ;  Instructor  of  Musketry,  Lieut.  A.  W.  Robertson ; 
Adjutant,  Capt.  A.  0.  Norman;  Senior  Medical  Officer,  Sur- 
geon-Lieut.-Col.  A.  Mitchell  V.D. ;  10  companies,  stationed  as 
follows:  A  at  New  Deer,  B  Peterhead,  C  Lonmay.  D  Old 
Deer,  E  Striehen,  F  Longside,  G  &  H  Fraserburgh,  I  Halton 
(Cruden)  &  K  at  Peterhead 

4th  (Donside  Highland)  Volunteer  Battalion,  head  quarters,  60* 
School  hill,  Aberdeen.  Staff:  Commanding,  Hon.  Col.  G. 
Jackson  V.D. ;  Majors,  Hon.  Lieut. -Cols.  J.  Smith  V.D.  &  W. 
E.  Grassick  V.D. ;  Instructor  of  Musketry,  Capt  J.  McGregor; 
Adjutant,  Capt.  The  Hon.  "W.  D.  R.  Forb&s;  Quartermaster, 
J.  Hopkins;  8  companies,  stationed  as  follows:  A  Huntly. 
B  Strathdon,  C  Insch,  D  Alford,  E  Inverurie,  P  Kenmay 
(Monymusk),  G  &  II  Buxburn 

5th  (Deeside  Highland)  Volunteer  Battalion  (Aberdeenshire  &, 
Kincardineshire),  head  quarters,  Banchory.  Staff:  Command- 
ing, Hon.  Col.  J.  Johnston  V.D. ;  Majors,  Hon.  Lieut.-Col.  J. 
M.  Duff  V.D.  &  P.  L.  Davidson;  Adjutant,  Capt.  G.  Staunton; 
Quartermaster,  F.  S.  Kennedy;  9  companies,  stationed  as 
follows:  A  *Banchory-Ternan,  *B  *Laurence  Kirk,  C  *Portlet- 
hen,  D  wDurris,  E  Peterculter,  F  Echt,  H  Aboyne,  I  Ballater  & 
K  *  Stonehaven 

Those  marked  #  are  in  Kincardineshire. 
Volunteer  Medical  Staff  Corps. 
Scottish  District,  Aberdeen  Company,  head  quarters,  48  Victoria 
street,  Aberdeen.     For  Officers,  see  Aberdeen,  p.  i7 






ABERDEEN,  the  capital  of  the  county  to  which  it  gives  name,  is 
the  chief  seaport  in  the  north  of  Scotland,  and  the  fourth  Scottish 
town  in  population,  industry  and  wealth.  It  is  117  miles  N.E. 
from  Edinburgh  and  542  from  London;  and  by  means  of  its  rail 
communication  it  possesses  easy  access  to  any  part  of  the'  United 
Kingdom.  Regular  communication  is  maintained  with  London, 
Edinburgh,  Liverpool,  Newcastle,  Hull,  Glasgow,  the  -Mora''  ±-iiu», 
and  the  Orkneys  and  the  Shetlands,  by  steam  packets,  a  species  of 
conveyance  which  has  done  more  to  lay  open  the  north-east  shore 
of  Scotland  to  improvements  from  the  south  than  any  other 
means.  In  addition  to  the  above,  there  exists  the  means  of  rapid 
transit  by  the  Caledonian  railway  and  other  lines  to  all  parts 
south  of  Aberdeen ;  and  access  is  given  to  the  north  by  the  Great 
North  of  Scotland  and  the  Highland  railways,  to  Wick  and 
Thurso,  and  the  Dingwall  and  Skye  railway  to  Strome  Ferry,  in 
Ross-shire.  The  Deeside  line  to  Banchory  was  opened  in  1853, 
and  is  now  extended  to  Ballater,  coaches  running  in  connection 
with  the  trains  past  the  Royal  residences  of  Abergeldie  and 
Balmoral  to  Braemar.  Of  other  conveyances  the  Directory 
furnishes  full  information.  Aberdeen  is  of  great  antiquity,  and 
is  snpposed  to  have  been  known  to  the  Bomans  by  the  name  of 
"  Devanha."  It  is  probably  among  me  earliest  of  the  burghs  in 
Scotland  found  entitled  to  any  royal  marks  of  distinction.  As 
far  back  as  1153  it  6eems  to  have  been  known  to  the  Normans, 
and  in  Macpherson's  treatise  on  commerce  it  is  observed  that  in 
the  year  1179,  Estyn,  one  of  the  joint  kings  of  that  country, 
landed  and  pillaged,  the  town  in  the  course  of  a  piratical  cruise 
along  the  British  coast.  In  early  times  Aberdeen  was  frequently 
visited  by  royalty;  and  it  appears  that  King  William,  sumatned 
the  Lion,  had  an  occasional  residence  here,  situated  at  the  lower 
side  of  the  town,  and  near  the  east  end  of  the  Green.  This 
edifice  was  afterwards  bestowed  on  the  monks  of  the  Holy 
Trinity,  who  were  about  that  time  introduced  into  Scotland. 
The  first  charter  obtained  by  Aberdeen  is  supposed  to  have  been 
granted  about  1179,  by  Will'iam  the  Lion;  it  was  dated  at  Perth, 
and  is  still  extant.  It  confirmed  to  the  burgesses  the  power  of 
enjoying  their  trade  of  merchandise  as  freely,  quietly,  fully  and 
honourably  as  their  ancestors  did  in  the  time  of  David,  his 
grandfather.  This  King  afterwards  granted  two  other  charters: 
both  of  these,  which  were  dated  at  Aberdeen,  are  still  in  a  good 
state  of  preservation,  and  have  the  great  seal  of  Scotland,  in 
green  wax,  appended  to  each.  The  city  received  many  sub- 
sequent royal  charters,  including  the  great  charter  of  Charles  I. 
dated  at  Oatlands,  in  1638,  by  which  all  previous  charters  are 
confirmed.  This  charter  was  subsequently  ratified  by  Parlia- 
ment. The  burgh  records  are  the  oldest  of  any  Scottish  burgh ; 
they  begin  in  1398,  and  are  complete  to  the  present  time,  with 
only  a  short  break  from  1-413  to  1433. 

The  burghal  constitution  of  Aberdeen  has  undergone  various 
alterations  since  its  first  establishment.  The  original  magistracy 
consisted  of  an  alderman,  four  bailies  and  a  common  council, 
chosen  by  the  Merchant  Guild;  subsequently  this  arrangement 
gave  way  before  the  gradual  and  perfect  introduction  of  a  self- 
electing  system.  The  council  now  consists  of  a  lord  provost, 
six  bailies,  a  dean  of  guild,  a  treasurer,  a  master  of  shore  works, 
a  master  of  kirk  and  bridge  works,  a  master  of  mortification, 
a  master  of  Guild  Brethren  Hospital  and  nineteen  councillors. 
By  the  "  Aberdeen  Municipal  Extension  Act,  1871,"  the  whole 
powers  and  authorities  of  the  former  Commissioners  of  Police 
were  transferred  to  the  Town  Council,  and  the  business  of  the 
Police  department  is  managed  by  separate  committees.  By  the 
same  Act  the  undertaking  of  the  former  Gas  Light  Company 
was  also  transferred  to  the  Town  Council.  The  boundaries  of  the 
municipality  were  largely  extended  in  1883  and  legislative  sanc- 
tion given  to  a  large  scheme  of  civic  improvements,  including  the 
formation  of  an  access  to  the  Bosemount  suburb.  In  1891  a  fur- 
ther "  Aberdeen  Municipal  Extension  Act "  was  passed,  oy 
which  the  boundaries  ware  greatly  enlarged,  tl*e  adjoining  burghs 
of  Woodside  and  Old  Aberdeen,  and  the  fishing  village  of  Torry 
on  the  other  side  of  the  Dee  being  now  included  within  the  muni- 
cipal area.  The  circuit  court  of  justiciary  for  the  counties  of 
Aberdeen,  Banff  and  Kincardine  is  held  in  Aberdeen.  A  sheriff's 
court  is  held  every  Wednesday  and  Friday ;  and  the  small  debt 
court  on  Thursday,  during  the  legal  sessions.  The  city  returns 
two  members  to  Parliament,  one  for  the  Northern  and  the  other 
for  the  Southern  Division.  The  parliamentary  constituency  for 
1898  was— Northern  Division,  9.786;  Southern  Division,  10,891. 
Aberdeen  confers  the  title  of  earl  on  a  branch  of  the  noble  family 
of  Gordon,  which  was  distinguished  for  its  active  loyalty  to  the 
crown  in  the  17th  century. 

The  city  was  burned  by  Edward  III.  in  1336,  but  it  was  soon 
rebuilt  and  extended,  and  called  New  Aberdeen.  In  1497  a  block- 
house was  built  at  the  harbour  mouth,  as  a  protection  against  the 
English.  During  the  religious  struggles  in  the  17th  century  be- 
tween the  Royalists  and  Covenanters,  the  city  was  plundered  by 
both  parties.  In  1715  Earl  Marischal  proclaimed  the  Pretender 
at  Aberdeen,  and  in  1745  the  Duke  of  Cumberland  resided  a  short 
time  in  the  city.  Her  present  Majesty  Queen  Victoria  has  visited 
Aberdeen  on  more  than  one  occasion. 

The  city,  pleasantly  seated  upon  an  eminence  rising  gradually 
from  the  sea,  is  an  elegant  and  well-built  town,  and  has  been 
called  "  The  Granite  City,"  on  account  of  its-  native  light-grey 
granite  being  the  material  chiefly  employed  in  building;  the 
streets,  which  are  spacious  and  uniform,  are  also  paved  with 
granite,  well-lighted  with  gas,  and  the  city  is  plentifully  supplied 

with  water  from  the  Dee  at  Invercannie,  21  miles  above  the  city, 
to  which  it  is  conveyed  by  gravitation,  the  higher  parts  being 
served  from  the  pumping  station  at  Cults;  the  ^resent  supply  is 
6,250,000  gallons  d:tily,  and  the  total  cost  has  been  £303,610 ;  both 
the  gas  and  water  supply  are  under  the  control  of  the  corporation. 

Union  streer,  running  to  the  west,  is  particularly  handsome, 
and  about  the  middle  of  this  fine  street  a  granite  bridge, 
designed  by  Telford,  of  one  arch  of  150  feet  span,  is  thrown 
across  a  ravine  through  which  runs  a  brook  called  the  Denburn, 
now  arched  over.  Besides  Union  street  there  are  three  other 
fine  streets,  namely,  King  street,  Market  street  and  George 
street,  and  for  some  time  past  the  city  has  been  extending  in 
every  direction,  particularly  to  the  west  and  north-west.  An 
arched  promenade  with  granite  balustrade,  facing  the  Terrace 
Gardens,  was  constructed  in  Union  Terrace.  The  Joint  Bail- 
way  station  (for  the  Great  North  of  Scotland,  Caledonian  and 
Deeside  railways),  is  a  large  building  in  Guild  street,  with  a 
segmental  arched  iron  and  glass  roof;  and  was  designed  by  Mr. 
Smith,  the  city  architect.  In  Castle  street  stands  a  granite 
statue  of  George,  5th  and  last  Duke  of  Gordon  G.C.B.  d.  28 
May,  1836.  At  the  corner  of  Union  terrace,  near  Union  Street 
bridge,  is  a  bronze  statue  of  H.R.H.  Prince  Consort,  by  Maro- 
chetti,  placed  on  a  pedestal  of  polished  Peterhead  'granite. 
Further  along  Union  terrace,  and  in  an  angle  formed  by  its 
junction  with  the  Bosemount  viaduct,  stands  a  colossal  statue  of 
Wallace,  in  bronze,  by  W.  G.  Stevenson  A.B.S.A.;  this  is  16 
feet  in  height,  and  was  erected  by  means  of  a  bequest  of  £3,O0U, 
left  by  Mr.  Johu  Steell,  of  Lainbnrgh,  and  unveiled  on  the  29th 
of  June,  1888,  by  the  Marquess  of  Lome.  A  bronze,  statue  of 
Major-Gen.  Charles  G.  Gordon  C.B.  killed  at  Khartoum,  26  Jan. 
1885,  executed  by  the  late  T.  Stuart  Burnett  A.B.S.A.  and  cast, 
in  Sir  John  Steell's  foundry.  Edinburgh,  stands  in  the  square 
in  Schoolhill,  in  front  of  Bobert  Gordon's  College;  this  monu- 
ment, which  was  subscribed  for  principally  by  members  of  the 
clan  Gordon,  stands  9  feet  6  inches  in  height,  and  is  placed  on 
a  granite  pedestal  9  feet  high  :*  it  was  unveiled  by  the 
Marquess  of  Huntly,  as  head  of  the,  on  the  16th  June,  18&8. 
A  lint-  bronze  statue  of  H.M.  the  Queen,  on  a  Peterhead  and 
Aberdeen  granite  pedestal,  by  Mr.  C.  B.  Birch  A.B.A.  stands 
in  Union  street,  immediately  opposite  Market  street,  on  the  site 
of  a  former  marble  statue,  execut<<i  bv  the  late  Alexander  Brodie. 
of  Aberdeen,  and  now  in  the  Town  House,  where  is  also  a 
marble  statue  of  Provost  James  D.aikie.  by  Sir  John  Steell,  and 
a  bust  of  John  Phillip,  the  painter,  an  AU-rdoniaiJ  by  bis  friend 
and  fellow  townsman,  the  late  William  Brodie  U.S.A.  A  fine 
bronze  etfttue  of  Robert  Burns,  executed  by  H.  BaiusmiUi,  London , 
London,  stands  in  the  centre  of  Union  terrace. 

The  Municipal  and  County  Buildings  and  Court  House,  in 
Castle  street  and  Union  street,  form  a  magnificent  structure, 
comprising  all  the  offices  required  for  municipal  purposes,  as 
well  as  a  noble  hall  and  Court  House.  The  Council  Chamber 
has  a  fine  oak  roof  adorned  with  the  armorial  bearings  of  eminent 
Aberdonians;  on  the  walls  are  portraits  of  the  late  Prince  Con- 
sort, by  John  Phillip,  and  of  various  ex-Provosts,  by  Pickersgill 
R.A.  and  Sir  George  Beid  P.R.S.A.  besides  other  works  of 
art;  above  the  mantel  piece  in  the  Committee  room  is  a  mirror 
in  a  panel  of  carved  oak,  with  the  arms  of  the  town  above,  which 
stood  in  the  old  Council  Chamber.  The  Town  Clerk's  room, 
as  also  that  of  his  assistants,  contain  a  number  of  old  city 
trophies;  here  is  also  an  ancient  coat  of  mail,  said  to  have  been 
worn  by  Robert  Davidson,  Provost  of  the  city,  at  the  battle  of 
Harlaw,  24  July,  1411,  and  the  axe  of  the  machine  known  as 
"  The  Maiden,"  used  towards  the  close  of  the  16th  century  for 
the  decapitation  of  criminals.  The  Court  House  has  a  lofty 
entrance  hall,  with  a  groined  freestone  roof.  The  great  hall  is 
frequently  used  for  fashionable  assemblies,  art  exhibitions  and 
the  like.  On  the  walls  are  portraits  of  Queen  "Victoria,  Queen 
Anne,  the  Premier  Earl  of  Aberdeen,  and  George,  last.  Duke  of 
Gordon.  At  its  east  end  is  a  hall  for  the  meetings  of  the  County 
Council.  The  Court-room  has  a  small  gallery,  and  will  seat-300. 
A  passage  to  the  right  leads  to  the  corridor  of  the  eastward  en- 
trance to  the  building,  immediately  under  the  old  tolbooth  tower, 
built  during  the  first  quarter  of  the  17th  century.  The  Town 
Council  purchased  the  old  Prison  in  Lodge  walk,  immediately 
adjoining  the  present  buildings,  on  a  site  of  which  Police  offices 
(including  Court  and  Barrack  accommodation)  were  erected  from 
the  plans  of  Mr.  John  Rust,  city  architect,  at  a  cost  of  £15,000. 
The  Advocates'  Hall,  in  Broad  street,  is  connected  with  the  Court 
House  Buildings.  The  Society  of  Advocates  (as  the  local  legal 
practitioners  are  called)  was  elected  into  a  corporate  body  in 
1771,  and  had  their  privileges  confirmed  in  more  ample  terms  in 
1799  and  in  1862.  A  librarv,  principally  on  law  subjects,  was 
established  in  1786;  it  contains  over  10,000  volumes.  The  num- 
ber of  members  belonging  to  this  institution  is  about  120. 

The  offices  of  the  Aberdeen  Parish  Council,  at  20  Union  ter- 
race, erected  at  a  cost,  including  fittings,  of  £9,000,  are  of 
grey  granite,  in  the  style  of  the  Italian  Renaissance. 

The  Free  Press  Building,  in  Union  street,  is  a  structure  of 
erev  granite  in  the  Renaissance  style,  from  designs  by  Mesms. 
Ellis  and  Wilson,  of  Aberdeen.  The  Commercial  Bank,  also  In 
Union  street,  is  a  building  of  granite  in  the  Domestic  Gothic 
stvle  from  designs  bv  Mr.  Sydney  Mitchell,  architect,  of  Edin- 
burgh The  Post  Office,  at  the  foot  of  Market  street,  erected  in 
1876  in  p'ace  of  the  preceding  office,  built  in  184C,  is  of  whit* 

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Kemnay  granite,  in  the  Renaissance  style,  from  the  designs  of 
Mr.  R.  Matheson,  architect,  and  consists  of  a  basement,  partly 
underground,  and  two  storeys  above  the  street  level. 

The  Music  Hall  Buildings,  "Union  street,  the  property  of  the 
Aberdeen  Music  HaU  Company  Limited,  formerly  the  County 
Buildings,  have  a  portico  of  six  columns  of  the  Ionic  order, 
thirty  feet  in  height;  it  includes  a  ball  room,  and  rooms  known 
as  the  Square  Room  and  Round  Room,  which  are  generally  used 
for  meetings  and  lectures.  The  Music  Hall,  opened  14th  Septem- 
ber, 1859,  is  furnished  with  an  admirable  organ,  and  will  seat 
about  3,000  people. 

The  Corn  Exchange,  in  Hadden  street,  erected  in  1854,  at  a 
cost  of  about  £1,000,  is  the  property  of  a  joint-stock  company, 
and  chiefly  used  as  a  public  news  room;  it  is  furnished  with  the 
leading  newspapers  and  magazines  of  the  kingdom.  The  Masonic 
HaU,  in  Exchange  street,  was  erected  in  1871-2,  from  designs 
by  Mr.  James  Matthews,  architect,  at  a  cost  of  £2,500,  the 
foundation  stone  being  laid  on  the  27th  of  Sept.  1871 ;  the  building, 
excepting  three  shops  on  the  ground  floor,  is  used  exclusively  by 
the  Masonic  Lodges  in  Aberdeen  (of  which  there  are  ten),  and 
embraces  a  hall  50  feet  by  32  feet,  and  20  feet  high  with  a  gallery 
at  one  end.  The  Market  Cross,  near  the  eastern  extremity  of 
Castle  street,  is  of  hexagonal  form,  with  a  pillar  rising  from  the 
centre;  in  a  cornice  around  the  upper  part  of  the  structure  are 
twelve  compartments  containing  figures,  cut  in  relief ;  ten  of 
these  are  portraits  of  Scottish  monarchs,  the  last  of  the  series 
being  James  VII.  in  -whose  reign  (1686)  the  edifice  was  com- 
pleted; this  cross  stood  originally  at  the  west  end  of  the  square 
in  the  centre  of  a  raised  pavement  called  the  Plainstanes,  but 
was  removed  in  1842  to  its  present  position.  The  Market  House, 
known  as  the  New  Market,  stands  in  Market  street,  was  erected 
by  a  joint-stock  company,  and  opened  in  1842,  but  having  been 
destroyed  by  fire  in  1882,  was  rebuilt  as  at  present:  it  contains 
two  floors  and  has  a  continuous  gallery  all  round  and  several 
refrigerating  chambers.  In  the  west  end  of  the  market  is  a 
fountain  of  polished  Peterhead  granite.  The  Theatre,  in  Guild 
street,  has  seats  for  1,670  persons.  St.  Katharine's  Hall,  Ship- 
row,  will  seat  800  persons,  and  contains  other  rooms,  a  refresh- 
ment bar  and  dining,  chess  and  billiard  rooms.  The  Barracks, 
on  Castle  hill,  are  fitted  up  for  240  men,  but  are  capable  of  con- 
taining double  this  number,  and  there  are  other  barracks  in  King 
street,  for  600  men.  Aberdeen  is  the  depot  of  the  Gordon  High- 
landers Regimental  district  (No.  75),  to  whicti  the  local  militia 
and  volunteers  are  attached;  there  is  an  excellent  hospital  for 
the  depot  on  an  adjoining  eminence. 

The  port  of  Aberdeen  is  admirably  adapted  for  commercial  in- 
tercourse with  the  northern  parts  of  Europe,  and  it  also  partici- 
pates in  a  good  share  of  the  trade  with  America;  it  was  opened 
to  the  East  Indian  trade  and  appointed  a  port  for  warehousing 
tobacco  in  1839.  The  limits  of  the  port  were  defined  and  legal 
quays  appointed  in  1850.  Eftrly  in  the  17th  century  a  number  of 
sliips  of  small  tonnage  belonged  to  the  port,  and  a  considerable 
import  and  export  trade  was  carried  on  with  various  parts  of  the 
continent,  as  well  as  coast  trading.  The  shipping  appears  to 
have  considerably  decayed  during  the  civil  wars  and  visitations 
of  the.  plague,  and  no  revival  took  place  for  many  years.  In  1656 
there  were  only  9  vessels  of  the  aggregate  tonnage  of  440.  In 
1692  all  the  shipping  was  two  galliots  of  30  tons  each.  In  1788 
the  number  of  ships  registered  was  169,  and  the  aggregate,  ton- 
nage, 11,820;  in  1872,  236  vessels;  tonnage.  101,188;  in  1881, 
900;  tonnage.  109.471.  The  total  number  of  vessels  entered  and 
cleared  for  British  ports  in  the  vear  1881  was  3,020;  tonnage, 
705.660.  In  1898  the  foreign  trade  inwards  was  387  ships  of 
147,899  tons,  of  which  2S0,  112,817  tons,  were  steamers;  outwards, 
135  ships  of  4o,867  tons,  ncluding  82  of  24,548  tons,  steamers. 
In  the  coasting  trade  there  were  3,030  ships  inwards  of  788,570 
ton?  and  outwards,  3,214  of  888,398  tons.  The  vessels  registered 
under  the  Merchant  Shipping  Act  were  201,  96,682  tonnage.  The 
fame  of  the  "  clipper  bow  "  so  justly  due  to  the  ship  builders 
here,  especially  to  the  late  Mr.  William  Hall,  who  successfully 
established  his  claim  to  the  invention,  has  spread  the  fame  of 
Aberdeen  ship  building  to  all  quarters  of  the  world.  In  1898 
there  were  launched  22  vessels  with  a  gross  tonnage  of  1,459; 
about  the  usual  number  of  vessels  was  on  hand.  The  number 
of  fishing  boats  registered  in  1898  as  employed  was  434,  of  which 
71  were  steamers  under  the  "Merchant  Shippers'  Act,"  requir- 
ing 1,592  men  and  boys  to  work  them.  The  harbour  revenue 
for  the  year  1894  was  £74,531,  of  which  £5,024  was  derived 
from  the  salmon  fishings:  in  1898,  £66,958,  of  which  £4,828 
was  derived  from  the  salmon  fishings ;  in  1895  the  schedule  of 
rates  was  revised  and  considerably  reduced.  The  salmun  fishings 
on  the  Bee  and  Don  are,  as  they  have  for  a  long  time  been,  an 
important  branch  of  industry.  The  customs  receipts  for  the 
year  1898  amounted  to  £78,246 ;  value  of  imports,  £907,596 ; 
value  of  exports  £133,416.  Since  the  year  1810,  when  the  prin- 
cipal improvement  in  the  harbour  commenced,  there  have  been 
expended  upon  it  vast  sums.  A  pier  was  constructed  to  the 
north  of  the  harbour  entrance  (formed  by  the  river  Dee  joining 
the  sea),  and  now  extends  2,500  feet  seaward.  A  wet  dock  of 
29  acres,  and  with  6,000  feet  of  quays,  was  completed  in  1848, 
and  called  the  "  Victoria  Dock,"  in  honour  of  Her  Majesty's  visit 
to  the  city  in  that  year.  The  diversion  of  the  river  and  the 
smith  breakwater  were  later  undertakings.  The  first  turf  re- 
moved for  the  diversion  of  the  river  was  cut  bv  Lord  Provost 
Leslie;  on  the  22nd  of  December,  1869.  The  new  course  is  about 
i  mile  in  length,  and  forms  a  large  arc  of  a  circle,  from  the 
suspension  bridge  to  about  opposite  Marlschal  street,  and  from 
that  point  to  Torry,  where  it  joins  the  harbour  entrance.  The 
bottom  of  the  new  channel  is  170  feet  wide.  The  breakwater, 
the  entire  length  of  which  is  1.050  feet,  is  carried  out  to  a  depth 
of  water  of  50  feet  at  high  tide.  Two  quays  have  since  been 
constructed,  named  respectively  after  two  provosts — Mr.  George 
•Tamieson  and  Mr.  James  Matthews;  and  a  spacious  graving  dock 
was  opened  in  June,  1885,  in  what  was  the  old  bed  of  the  river 
Dee,  now  known  as  the  Albert  basin;  the  total  length  of  the  dock 
being  524  feet,  and  it  is  48  feet  wide  at  the  floor,  the  width 
gradually  widening  till  it  reaches  74  feet  at  the  cope;  the  depth 
on  the  sill  is  20  feet;  this  dock  is  furnished  with  hydraulic 
machinery,  and  its  total  cost  was  about  £50,000.  Within  rhe  past 
few  years  Aberdeen  has  become  a  great  centre  for  trawling.    At 

present  close  on  100  steam  vessels  prosecute  the  industry  from 
the  port.  The  trawling  vessels  discharge  their  cargoes  in  the 
Albert  basin,  where  extensive  quay  space  has  been  provided,  and 
an  excellently  appointed  fish  market  erected,  at  a  cost  of  several 
thousand  pounds.  Another  feature  in  the  trade  of  the  port  is  the 
importation  of  foreign  cattle,  for  which  the  Harbour  Commis- 
sioners have  provided  lairage  accommodation  and  sale  ring,  ine 
harbour  office,  on  Regent  quay,  which  is  surmounted  by  a 
clock  tower,  was  erected  about  1885,  from  a  design  by  Messrs. 
Matthews  and  Mackenzie,  architects,   of  Aberdeen. 

Aberdeen  has  been  the  seat  of  manufactures  from  a  very  early 
period.  We  find  Provost  Alexander  Jaffray,  with  his  co-adjutors, 
establishing  a  woollen  manufactory  in  1636,  in  the  correction 
wynd,  under  a  patent  of  Charles  I.  for  the  manufacture  of  "  broad 
cloth,  kerseys,  serges  and  other  coarse  cloths."  The  manufac- 
ture of  these  and  of  stockings  had  been  cultivated  so  successfully 
and  extensively  for  some  time,  that  Sir  Patrick  Drummond,  con- 
servator of  Holland,  remarked  that  "  Scotland  was  more  obliged 
to  the  town  of  Aberdeen  for  returns  of  money  on  its  export  trade 
than  all  other  towns  in  Scotland."  Messrs.  Alexander  Hadden 
and  Sons  have  three  establishments — in  the  Green,  at  Garlogie 
Mills  and  at  Gordon's  Mills;  their  chief  products  are  carpets, 
tweeds,  hosiery,  worsted  and  woollen  yarns.  In  addition  to  the 
material  manufactured  on  the  premises,  they  give  employment  to 
a  number  of  women  over  the  country  by  giving  out  worsted  to  be 
knit/ted  into  hose.  Messrs.  J.  &  J.  Crombie  Limited,  of  Grand- 
holm  Mills,  are  also  large  manufacturers.  The  manufacture  of 
winceys  seems  to  have  originated  with  the  late  firm  of  Messrs. 
John  Barker  and  Sons,  of  Gordon's  Mills ;  it  is  now  successfully 
carried  on  by  many  firms  in  Aberdeen.  The  demand  still  continues 
to  expand,  the  quality  of  the  Aberdeen  fabrics  being  found  very 
superior.  Jute  spinning  is  also  carried  on  by  a  limited  liability 
company.  The  only  cotton  spinning  establishment  now  in  Aber- 
deen is  that  of  Banner  Mill,  belonging  to  Messrs.  Robinson, 
Crum  and  Co.  Limited.-  The  manufacture  of  combs  was  intro- 
duced about  the  year  1830,  by  Messrs.  Stewart  and  Rowell,  and 
has  been  conducted  on  a  very  extensive  scale  since  that  period, 
first  by  the  original  firm,  and  latterly  by  Messrs.  S.  R.  Stewart 
and  Co.  but  now  carritd  on  by  the  Aberdeen  Comb  Works  Co. 
Limited.  Among  other  firms  engaged  in  the  manufacture  of 
preserved  provisions  are  Messrs.  John  Moir  and  Son  Limited; 
Marshall  and  Co.  of  Torry;  C.  and  E.  Morton,  Rosemouut  and 
W.  Bruce,  Links  street;  all  manner  of  fish,  flesh,  soups,  vege- 
tables, fruits  &c.  are  preserved  in  tin  cases  of  all  sizes,  and 
every  variety  of  preparation.  Messrs.  Mitchell  and  Mull  Limited, 
biscuit  manufacturers  to  the  Queen,  have  an  extensive  factory 
here.  The  extensive  paper  works  at  Stoneywood,  carried  on  by 
Messrs.  Alex.  Pirie  and  Sons  Limited,  were  established  nearly 
125  years  ago,  and  they  are  the  largest  manufacturers  in  Scot- 
land. Messrs.  C.  Davidson  and  Sons  Limited  manufacture  very 
extensively  wrapping  and  packing  papers  of  all  kinds;  tney  have 
also  a  patent  for  making  paper  bags,  and  they  print  and*  litho- 
graph wrappers  and  paper  bags  and  also  produce  roofing  and 
foundation  felt.  There  is  also  a  large  paper  mill  at  Culter, 
belonging  to  a  limited  liability  company,  and  The  Donside  Paper 
Co.  Limited,  at  Woodside.  There  are  several  large  horticultural 
builders  in  Aberdeen;  among  the  most  prominent  may  be  men- 
tioned Messrs.  J.  Garvie  and  Sons;  D.  Macandrew  and  Co.  and 
McRobbie  and  Milne ;  the  former  have  erected  hot-houses  for 
Her  Majesty  at  Balmoral,  and  are  also  largely  engaged  in  the 
manufacturing  of  joinery  and  cabinet  work.  The  chemical  works 
at  Sandiiands,  near  the  Links,  cover  several  acres  of  ground, 
and  were  begun  by  Messrs,  John  Miller  and  Co.  in  1848,  for  the 
purpose  of  working  up  the  Gas  Company's  liquid  products  into 
naphtha,  creosote  oil,  asphalte,  sulphate  of  ammonia,  &c.  But 
several  branches  have  been  added  since,  the  most  important  of 
which  are  the  manufacture  of  artificial  manures,  sulphuric  acid, 
&c.  The  distillation  of  whisky  is  carried  on  extensively  in 
Aberdeen  by  the  successors  of  John  Begg,  of  the  famed  Loch- 
nagar  Distillery,  and  the  Dailnaine-Talisker  Distilleries  Limited. 

The  granite  trade  may  be.  said  to  be  indigenous  to  Aberdeen. 
The  greater  part  of  the  county,  and  portions  of  the  adjoining  dis- 
tricts, are  composed  of  igneous  rock  of  all  varieties,  the  quarrying 
of  which  commenced  about  250  years  ago,  but  made  little  progress 
till  the  year  1741,  when  a  disastrous  fire  occurring  in  Aberdeen, 
destroyed  a  large  number  of  the  wooden  houses  of  which  the  town 
was  chiefly  composed.  An  act  of  the  magistrates  and  council  was 
then  passed  ordaining  the  outside  walls  of  dwelling  houses  to  be 
built  of  stone  or  brick.  About  1764  the  streets  of  London  began  to 
be  paved  with  Aberdeen  granite;  but  it  was  not  till  1795  that 
larger  blocks  were  required,  and  machinery  began  to  be  applied. 
Rubislaw  Quarries  then  supplied  stones  for  the  Government 
docks ;  and  Dancing  Cairn,  which  began  to  be  wrought  about 
this  time,  supplied  granite  for  the  Union  Bridge  and  the  new 
street  extension  of  the  city.  Subsequently  the  demand  has  con- 
siderably increased,  as  granite  is  used  extensively  in  the  con- 
struction of  bridges,  docks  and  other  public  works.  The  dockyards 
of  Portsmouth  and  Sheerness/the  docks  of  many  ports  along  the 
east  coast,  including  those  of  Newcastle,  Hull  and  Leith,  as  well 
as  London  Bridge,  were  all  formed  of  Aberdeen  granite,  and  the 
piers  of  the  Forth  Bridge  were  also  made  of  granite  from  the 
quarries  belonging  to  Mr.  John  Fyfe.  There  are  over  20  quarries 
in  operation  in  the  district,  yielding  granite  of  various  colour  and 
quality.  The  quantity  of  stone  quarried  annually  is  very  large ; 
one  quarry  alone,  Rubislaw,  yielding  about  50,000  tons  of  saleable 
material.  A  considerable  export  trade  is  carried  on.  Swedish 
and  other  foreign  granites  are  beginning  to  be  largely  imported 
for  the  purpose  of  being  polished  here.  The  trade  is  estimated 
to  he  increasing  at  the  rate  of  about  500  tons  annually.  The 
total  output  of  granite  in  the  county  during  the  year  1897  was 
306.273  tons,  valued  at  £147.832.  The  facilities  afforded  by  the 
railways  in  lessening  the  expense  of  carriage  from  the  various 
quarries  have  tended  to  increase  the  demand.  Granite  polishing 
has  now  acquired  large  dimensions  here ;  about  50  years  ago  the 
late  Mr.  Macdonald  was  the  first  to  apply  machinery  to  the 
cutting  and  polishing  of  granite.  The  firm  of  Messrs.  Alexander 
Macdonald  and  Co.  Limited  had  the  honour  to  supply  the 
enormous  granite  sarcophagus.  30  tons  in  weight,  now  containing 
the  remains  of  H.R.H.  the  Prince  Consort,  in  the  royal  mauso- 
leum at  Frogmore,  Windsor,  besides  a  smaller  one  for  her  late 




Royal  Highness  the  Duchess  of  Kent.  The  same  firm  also 
manufactured  the  massive  granite  sarcophagus  in  which  Uie 
remains  of  Napoleon  III.  are  entombed,  and  which  was  presented 
to  the  Empress  Eugenie  by  Her  Majesty  the  Queen,  and  a 
similttr  tomb  also  by  Messrs.  Macdonald  and  Co.  was  made  to  the 
order  nf  the  Empress  Eugenie  for  the  remains  of  the  late  Prince 
Imperial.  Numerous  other  firms  also  do  a  considerable  business, 
From  10,000  to  12,000  tons  of  granite  are  used  annually  for 
polishing  purposes  at  the  various  works  in  Aberdeen,  consisting 
not  only  of  the  native  local  rock,  but  also  of  granites  from  the 
West  of  Scotland,  from  Ireland,  and  from  various  parts  of 
Germany  and  Sweden.  The  demand  for  polished  granite  in- 
creases every  year,  and  orders  for  architectural,  general  and 
monumental  purposes  are  sent  from  all  parts  of  the  world  to  tlie 
Granite  City. 

There  are  three  joint  stock  companies  for  the  manufacture  and 
sale  of  agricultural  materials — the  Commercial,  the  Lime,  and  the 
Northern  Agricultural — each  of  them  having  steam  mills  for 
pulverising  bones  and  carrying  on  the  manufacture  of  oilcake, 
linseed  oil,  rape  oil  &c.  Messrs.  Ben  Reid  and  Co.  have  a  large 
establishment  for  the  manufacture  of  agricultural  implements  and 
Messrs.  William  Reid  and  Leys  carry  on  an  extensive  business 
in  the  manufacture  of  agricultural  implements  at  Kittybrewster. 
There  are  also  brick  and  tile  manufacturing  companies,  several 
soap  and  candle  manufactories,  coach  building  works,  and  many 
other  large  establishments;  iron  and  metal  works  further  employ 
u  large  number  of  skilled  workmen,  and  there  are  engineering 
t'stablishments  and  foundries  and  other  works  connected  with 
shipping,  sail  and  rope  works,  and  boiler  factories.  Apart  from 
the.  import  of  foreign  timber,  a  large  business  is  done  in  home 
grown  wood  from  the  upper  districts  of  Aberdeenshire.  Deeside 
■fir  has  been  a  staple  article  in  Aberdeen  from  time  immemorial. 

The  principal  hotels  include  the  Imperial,  adjacent  to  the  rail- 
way station ;  the  Palace,  also  adjoining  the  railway  station  and 
centrally  and  conveniently  situated,  and  commanding  a  fine  view 
of  Union  street;  the  Grand,  adjoining  Union  bridge  and  the 
railway  station;  the  Douglas,  in  Market  street,  and  Forsyth's, 
in  Union  street,  which  is  a  temperance  hotel.  There  are  besides 
many  excellent  inns. 

The  earliest  banking  companv  formed  in  Aberdeen  was  started 
in  1752.  In  17fi6  the  "  Aberdeen  Banking  Company  "  was 
originated,  and  long  enjoyed  almost  a  monopoly  of  the  hanking 
business  of  the  north,  but  about  1849  was  merged  in  the  "  Union 
Bank  of  Scotland."  Besides  representatives  of  most  nf  the  Edin- 
burgh and  Glasgow  banks,  there  are  in  Aberdeen  two  thriving 
native  banks — the  Town  and  County  Bank  Limited,  in  St. 
Nicholas'  street,  established  in  1825,  having  62  branches,  and  the 
North  of  Scotland  Bank  Limited,  in  King  street,  established  in 
1836,  with  67  branches ;  both  have  been  incorporated  by  Act  of 
Parliament.  •  The  Aberdeen  Savings  Bank  was  established  in 
1815,  and  its  funds  now  exceed  £1,000,000.  Aberdeen  is  the 
head  station  of  two  prosperous  insurance  companies,  namely,  the 
Northern,  established  in  1836,  and  the  Scottish  Employers' 
Liability  and  General  Assurance  Co.  Limited.  The  Northern 
Assurance  Company,  with  an  annual  revenue  of  more  than 
£1,000,000,  has  offices,  erected  in  1885  at  a  cost  of  £20,000,  in 
Union  street,  built  entirely  of  light  grey  granite  in  the  Italian 
Renaissance  style,  from  designs  by  Messrs.  Matthews  and  Mac- 
kenzie, of  Aberdeen.  The  head  offices  of  the  Scottish  Live  Stock 
Co.  Limited;  the  Northern  Plate  Glass  Co.  Limited  and  the  City 
Accident  and  General  Insurance  Co.  Limited,  are  also  in  this 

There  are,  seven  incorporated  trades: — 1,  the  Hammermen, 
incorporated  September,  1519 ;  2,  the  Bakers,  recognised  as  a 
company  as  early  as  the  year  1398;  3,  the  Wrights  and  Coopers, 
who  obtained  their  original  seal  of  cause  on  the  5th  of  August, 
1527;  4,  the  Tailors,  who  were  recognised  in  a  corporate  capacity 
about  the  year  1511 ;  5,  the  Shoemakers,  acknowledged  as  a  cor- 
porate body  in  the  years  1484  and  1520 ;  6,  the  Weavers,  the 
deacons  of  this  corporation  were  approved  by  the  council  and 
sworn  into  office  in  the  year  1449;  and  7,  the  Fleshers  or  Butch- 
ers; these  originally  dealt  in  fish  as  well  as  flesh,  but  were  pro- 
hibited in  the  year  1518  from  practising  more  trades  than  one ; 
they  received  a  seal  of  cause  in  1534.  The  several  incorporations 
hold  their  meetings  in  Trinity  Hall, in  Union  street,  at  the  south- 
east corner  of  Union  bridge,  a  building  of  rather  florid  architec- 
ture, erected  in  1846-7,  from  designs  by  the  late  Mr.  John  Smith, 
architect.  The  affairs  of  each  corporation  are  under  the  direc- 
tion of  a  deacon  and  box-master,  who  are  chosen  annually,  a 
convener,  master  of  hospital,  and  convener  court  governing  the 
joint  affairs  of  the  seven  corporations.  The  Rev.  Dr.  Wm.  Guild, 
nne  of  the  towns  ministers,  and  afterwards  principal  of  King's 
■College,  founded  in  1632  a  Trade's  Hospital  for  the  benefit  of 
indigent  brethren,  assigning  to  the  incorporation  for  that  purpose 
the  monastery  and  other  property  that  formerly  belonged  to  the 
monks  of  the  Holy  Trinity.  Among  the  several  clubs  existing 
in  this  city  the  "*Roval  Northern  Club,"  founded  in  1854,  has 
now  (1899)  200  members;  there  is  also  the  "  Universiy  Club;" 
the  Royal  Northern,  which  is  the  county  club  of  the  district, 
has  been  enlarged.  The  Public  Libraries  Acts  were  adopted 
in  April,  1884.  The  Public  Library,  removed  in  1892  to  a  new 
fmilding  on  the  Rosemount  Viaduct,  erected  at  a  cost  of  about 
£12000,  was  opened  July  12th,  1392;  the  reading  room  is 
supplied  with  a  large  and  varied  stock  of  newspapers  and 
magazines;  the  lending  department  has  about  27,000  volumes, 
and  in  1898  circulated  over  203,000  volumes.  The  Reference 
Department  contains  over  32,000  volumes,  the  use  of  which  in 
the  library  is  free  to  all  persons  over  16  years  of  age.  The 
Museum  and  Art  Gallery,  in  Schoolhill,  is  a  building  of  granite, 
in  the  Italian  Renaissance  style,  from  designs  by  Messrs. 
Matthews  and  Mackenzie,  architects,  as  was  also  the  adjoining 
Art  School,  erected  at  a  cost  of  £5,000,  by  the  late  Councillor 
John  Gray,  and  gifted  by  him  to  the  town.  Both  buildings  are 
united  by  a  noble  archway.  A  nucleus  for  the  Art  Gallery  has 
been  formed  by  the  bequest  of  a  magnificent  collection  bv  the 
late  Mr.  Alexander  Macdonald,  of  Kepplestone.  Two  "daily 
morning  newspapers,  two  daily  evening,  three  weekly,  two 
■weekly  satirical  papers,  and  a  bi-weelcly  advertiser  are  issued 
from  the  Aberdeen  press— the  titles  and  particulars  of  which  are 
given  elsewhere.    The  first  ever  printed  in  Scotland  was  ' 

published  in  Aberdeen,  in  1623,  by  Edward  Raban,  the  year  after 
setting  up  the  first  printing  press  in  the  North.  It  was  entitled 
"  A  New  Prognostication  for  the  Year  of  our  Lord  God,  1623, 
being  the  third  after  Leape  Year,  serving  most  tithe  for  the 
Kingdom  of  Scotland,  and  all  the  partes  of  North  Britain  &c." 
The  almanac  seems  for  a  long  time  to  have  been  looked  upon 
as  a  property  of  the  Aberdeen  printers,  for  a  successor  of  Paban, 
named  John  Forbes,  issued  one  entitled  "A  New  Prognosticator 
calculated  for  North  Britain."  He  sold  fifty  thousand  copies 
annually,  and  the  price  of  each  was  only  a  p'.ack,  or  the  third 
part  of"  a  penny  sterling.  His  success  induced  the  publication 
of  pirated  editions  at  Edinburgh,  which  were  suppressed  by  the 
Court  of  Session,  and  for  many  years  the  town  enjoyed  a  com- 
plete monopoly  in  the  sale  of  almanacs. 

Prominent  among  the  ecclesiastical  edifices  of  the  city  are  the 
East  and  West  churches.  These  form  one  building,  and  occupy 
the  site  of  the  ancient  parish  church  of  St.  Nicholas,  built  at 
various  dates  between  the  11th  and  13th  centuries.  The  present 
West  church  occupies  the  site  of  the  old  nave,  and  was  erected 
in  1755,  from  a  design  by  the  architect,  James  Gibbs,  a  native  of 
Aberdeen;  it  is  Roman  in  style,  with  nave  and  aisles  divided  by 
massive  square  piers  and  semi-circular  arches,  and  has  a  finely 
proportioned  interior,  containing  sittings  for  about  1,450.  There 
are  several  monuments,  particularly  one  in  marble  to  Mrs.  Allar- 
dyce,  of  Dunottar,  by  Bacon.  The  large  west  window  has  been 
filled  in  with  stained  glass.  The  old  Ea;t  church,  which  it  w;is 
deemed  necessary  to  take  down  m  1835,  was  built  in  1447,  partly 
on  the  site  of  the  chancel,  and  formed  the  choir  of  the  church ; 
the  east  end  was  semi-octagonal,  and  under  it  was  St.  Mary's 
chapel,  which  still  remains.  The  present  East  church  was 
erected  in  1836,  from  a  design  by  the  late  Mr.  Archibald  Simpson, 
in  the  Decorated  style,  and  is  of  finely  dressed  granite ;  the  old 
transept,  known  as  Drum's  and  Collison's  aisles,  was  at  the  same 
time  opened  up  southwards,  and  formed  into  a  vestibule  for  the 
East  and  West  churches ;  over  this  transept  at  its  intersection 
with  the  churches,  there  was  a  short  tower,  with  a  wooden 
steeple,  which  on  the  9th  October,  1874,  was  destroyed  by  tire, 
along  with  the  interior  of  the  East  church  and  Drum's  and 
Collison's  aisles.  The  East  church  has  since  been  restored,  and 
contains  sittings  for  about  1,350  people.  A  new  tower  with  spire 
of  granite,  rising  to  the  height  of  195  feet,  has  also  been  erected, 
from  a  design  by  Mr.  W.  Smith,  architect,  of  Aberdeen,  and 
contains  38  bells,  hung  at  a  cost  of  about  £4,000.  The  Ojd 
Norman  arches  and  piers  under  the  tower  were  taken  down  and 
rebuilt  in  their  original  form  with  the  old  stones.  St.  Clement's, 
or  Footdee,  church  lias  a  tower  45  feet  in  height,  containing  a 
clock  presented  by  the  magistrates.  Greyfriars,  or  College 
church,  which  stands  on  the  east  of  Broad  street,  near  Marischal 
College,  and  said  to  have  been  erected  by  Bishop  Dunbar  for  the 
Grey  Friars  about  the  beginning  of  the  16th  century,  is  now  the 
only  church  in  the  town  where  the  Roman  Catholic  worship  was 
performed  previous  to  the  Reformation.  The  South  church,  in 
Belmont  street,  is  an  edifice  in  the  Gothic  style,  with  a  square 
tower,  and  will  seat  1,450  persons.  The  North  church,  in  King 
street,  is  an  edifice  of  granite,  in  the  Classic  style,  from  a  design 
by  the  late  Mr.  John  Smith,  architect,  and  affords  about  1,550 

Old  Machar  Church,  otherwise  St.  Machar  cathedral,  is  at  the 
northern  extremity  of  Old  Aberdeen,  for  which  see  back  of  tliispage. 
St  Paul's  chapel,  in  Loch  street,  was  erected  in  1722,  for 
such  Episcopalians  as  refused  to  submit  to  the  jurisdiction  of  the 
Scotch  bishops,  but  this  building  was  superseded  in  1865  by  tho 
present  church,  which  seats  750  persons.  The  other  English  Epis- 
copalian chapel  is  St.  James's,  in  Union  place,  a  small  but  striking 
building  in  red  Corrennie  granite,  erected  in  1888,  and  affording 
380  sittings.  The  Scotch  Episcopalian  chapel  of  St.  Andrew,  in 
King  street,  built  in  1813,  is  an  edifice  in  the  Gothic  style,  con- 
sisting of  nave,  aisle  and  a  chancel,  with  lofty  octagonal  turrets 
at  the  angles;  near  the  entrance  is  a  statue  of  the  late  Bishop 
Skinner,  by  Flaxman.  The  chancel  was  added  in  1880,  from  a 
design  by  the  late  Mr.  G.  E.  Street  R.A. :  and  in  1885  an  elegant 
reredos  was  placed  in  the  church,  to  the  memory  of  the  late  Right 
Rev.  Thos.  G.  Suther,  bishop  of  Aberdeen,  1857-83,  and  for  many 
years  incumbent  of  this  chapel,  which  has  1,150  sittings.  'I'm- 
church  of  St.  John  the  Evangelist,  in  St.  John's  place,  also  for 
Scotch  Episcopalians,  has  a  small  tower  at  the  south  end,  and 
will  seat  266  persons.  Another  Scotch  Episcopalian  chapel  is 
St.  Mary's,  Carden  place,  built  in  18G2,  and  seating  350  persons. 
St.  Margaret's  Episcopal  church,  Gallowgate,  erected  in  1870, 
was  consecrated  in  1879,  and  a  chapel  added  at  the  west  end  in 
1389 ;  there  are  500  sittings.  The  Roman  Catholic  Cathedral  of 
St.  Mary  of  the  Assumption,  in  Huntly  street,  erected  at  a  cost 
of  about  £20,000,  and  opened  Dec.  1860,  is  an  edifice  of  granite, 
in  the  Early  Pointed  style,  from  designs  by  Mr.  Alexander  Ellis, 
architect,  and  consists  of  sanctuary,  nave,  aisles,  north  and 
south  porches  and  a  tower  with  spire,  reaching  to  a  height  of 
200  feet,  and  Containing  9  bells,  hung  at  a  cost  of  £1,300,  the 
largest  weighing  35  cwt.  On  each  side  of  the  sanctuary  are 
vestries ;  and  in  advance  of  the  high  altar  are  two  side  altars. 
The  whole  of  the  windows  are  filled  with  fine  painted  glass,  and 
the  west  window,  30  feet  high  by  15  in  width,  has  tracery  and 
sculptured  figures  in  the  centre.  On  the  north  side  is  the  priesta' 
house,  and  on  the  south  a  convent,  the  schools  running  back- 
wards from  the  convent  along  the  wall  of  the  south  aisle— rail 
having  access  by  a  doorway  to  the  church — which  seats  1,500 
persons.  In  connection  with  the  church  is  a  school,  in  Con- 
stitution street,  erected  in  1832,  and  two  others,  built  in  1881. 
In  addition  to  these  places  of  worship,  there  are  others  belonging 
to  various  denominations. 

The  Grammar  School,  at  the  west  end  of  the  town,  built  in 
1863,  at  a  cost  of  about  £15,000,  is  in  the  Scottish  Baronial  style, 
from  plans  by  the  late  Mr.  James  Matthews,  architect,  of  Aber- 
deen, and  contains  a  large  hall,  80  feet  by  40  feet,  22  class- 
rooms, chemical  and  physical  laboratories  and  science  theatres. 
The  school  is  of  very  ancient  origin,  the  first  recorded  date  being 
as  far  back  as  1262.  There  are  nearly  30  bursaries  in  connection 
with  the  school  for  the  education  of  poor  scholars,  and  in  1634 
Dr.  Patrick  Dunn  left  a  bequest  for  the  better  payment  of  the 
masters.  Many  eminent  men  have  received  their  education  here, 
among  whom  may  be  mentioned  Lord  Byron,   1797 ;    Sir  James 

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M'Grigor,  1784;  David  Wedderburn,  1602;  Thomas  Reid,  private 
secretary  to  James  VI.;  Br.  James  Dunn;  Dr.  James  Melvin; 
Sir  Robert  Hamilton;  Sir  George  Strahan ;  Sir  James  Reid 
M.D. ;   Sir  William  McGregor  and  Admiral  Sir  A.  Farquhar 

The  Free  Church  College,  at  the  top  of  "Union  street,  erected 
in  1850,  at  a  cost  of  £2,000,  is  a  building  in  the  Elizabethan 
style ;  the  staff  consists  of  a  principal,  four  professors  in  theology 
and  lecturers  in  natural  science  and  Evangelist  theology.  In 
its  hall  the  Aberdeen  Presbytery  and  Synod  of  the  Free  Church 
hold  their  stated  meetings.  There  is  now  a  good  library  and  a 
museum,  both  of  which  owe  much  to  the  liberality  of  "the  late 
Mr.  Thomson,  of  Banchory,  near  Aberdeen.  The  college  also 
possessed  some  valuable  paintings  by  Sir  George  Reid  and  John 

Robert  Gordon's  College,  Schoolhill,  standing  on  land  anciently 
possessed  by  the  Dominican  Friars,  and  having  an  extensive 
piece  of  ground  in  front  tastefully  laid  put,  is  a  building 
erected  in  1739  after  a.  design  by  Gibbs,  at  an  expense  of  £3,300: 
the  remaining  part  of  the  centre  and  the»  wings  were  completed 
in  1832,  in  the  Classic  style,  from  a  design  by  the  late  Mr. 
John  Smith,  at  a  cost  of  about  £13,000,  and  the  more  ancient 
part  has  been  altered  to  correspond,  a  colonnade  now  traversing 
the  building  from  the  old  house  to  the  projecting  fronts  at  uie 
ends  of  the  wings;  the  fabric  now  consists  of  a  centre  or  main 
building  and  two  wings;  the  original  structure,  three  storeys  in 
height,  occupying  the  greater  part  of  the  centre,  and  having  a 
small  spire  rising  from  it:  the  hall,  on  the  second  floor,  is  30 
feet  by  20  feet  wide  and  12  feet  high.  The  sum  originally 
bequeathed  was  £10,000;  this  was  invested  in  land,  and  at  the 
present  time  the  annual  revenue  is  about  £4,000.  The  object  of 
the  charity  was  to  maintain  and  educate  the  sons  and  grandsons 
of  decayed  burgesses,  but  by  a  Provisional  Order,  obtained  in 
1881,  the  original  bequest  of  the  founder,  Robert  Gordon,  was 
set  aside,  the  hospital  system  abandoned,  and  the  institution 
converted  into  day  and  evening  schools,  the  application  of  its 
benefits  being  also  widely  extended. 

Aberdeen  Royal  Infirmary  has,  since  its  foundation  in  1739, 
undergone  great  extensions  and  improvements,  though  still  occu- 
pying the  original  site  on  Woolmanhill — the  very  centre  of  tne 
city.  The  Hospital  has  long  enjoyed  a  high  reputation  from  the 
eminence  of  its  professional  staff,  including  several  of  the  pro- 
fessors connected  with  the  University,  while  some  350  students 
are  in  attendance.  The  new  buildings,  completed  about  1897, 
in  commemoration  of  the  Queen's  Jubilee  of  1887,  at  a  cost  of 
£30,000,  stand  on  a  site  containing  about  2J  acres,  and  surrounded 
by  open  streets.  The  old  Infirmary,  now  remodelled  internally 
as  the  administrative  block,  faces  the  south ;  the  new  surgical 
ward  block,  for  140  patients,  stretches  along  the  west  side,  its 
large  circular  theatre  projecting  boldly  beyond  the  main  line. 
A  tower-like  building  on  the  north  contains  the  pathological 
theatre  and  the  laundry,  with  an  open  drying  ground  on  the  top 
storey,  under  the  roof.  The  east  side  is  occupied  by  the  new 
medical  west  block,  built  in  181)5  for  92  additional  patients.  To 
the  west  of  the  administrative  block  is  the  boiler  house  block 
and  the  electric  light  building.  The  entire  cost  was  about 
£75,000.  Aberdeen  Lunatic  Asylum  was  founded  in  1800,  but 
since  that  time  important  additions  have  been  made  to  the  insti- 
tution.   The  register  of  patients  now  (1899)  stands  at  365  males 

and  465  females,  while  the  grounds  extend  to  over  124  acres. 
In  connection  with  the  main  institution  is  Elmhill  House,  fcr 
the  treatment  of  members  of  the  better  classes  able  to  pay  special 
rates  of  board,  and  a  Branch  Asylum,  with  a  farm  of  283  acres, 
is  in  full  working  order  at  Daviot,  21  miles  from  Aberdeen.  The 
Asylum  for  the  Blind,  in  Huntly  street,  opened  in  1843,  is  sup- 
ported partly  by  revenue  from  endowments  and  partly  by  legacies 
and  xmbtic  subscriptions.  Work  is  provided  for  blind  persons 
of  both  sexes  belonging  to  the  city  of  Aberdeen  and  the  counties 
of  Aberdeen,  Banff  and  Kincardine.  The  chief  industries  carried 
on  are  twine  spinning  and  basket  and  mattress  making;  from 
50  to  60  blind  persons  are  thus  employed.  In  addition,  blind 
children  and  young  persons  are  kept  in  the  institution,  and 
receive  education  in  ordinary  subjects  and  in  industrial  training. 
The  board  of  management,  "as  re-constituted  under  the  authority 
of  the  Endowment  Commission,  consists  of  persons  elected  by 
the  subscribers,  or  nominated  either  by  benefactors  to  the  insti- 
tution, *br  by  certain  public  bodies  in  Aberdeen  or  the  above 
mentioued  counties.  The  Institution  for  the  education  of  the 
Deaf  and  Dumb,  in  Belmont  street,  and  now  under  Government 
inspection,  fs  principally  supported  by  voluntary  contributions; 
the  average  number  of  pupils  of  both  sexes  is  30.  The  Boys' 
and  Girls'  Hospital  in  King  street,  now  merged  into  the  Aber- 
deen Educational  Trust,  was  instituted  in  1852 ;  its  objects  are 
the  maintenance  and  education  of  poor  children  of  the  parish  of 
St.  Nicholas.  The  Medical  Society's  Hall,  King  street,  built  in 
1818,  at  a  cost  of  £2,000,  has  a  handsome  front,  with  a  portico 
of  four  Ionic  columns,  and  contains  a  library  and  museum,  and 
a  large  hall  for  the  meetings  of  the  society.  In  the  hall  are 
some  portraits,  including  an  original  painting  of  Harvey,  by 
Vandyke,  and  two  by  James  Giles  R.A, 

The  weekly  markets  are  held  on  Wednesday  and  Friday,  and 
the  feeing  markets  Friday  before  and  after  the  26th  of  May, 
Friday  before  and  after  22nd  November ;  wool  markets,  Thursday 
and  Friday  of  first  and  second  week  in  July ;  timber,  the  last 
Wednesday  in  August. 

The  population  of  Aberdeen,  according  to  the  returns  for  1881, 
amounted  to  105, 054.  The  inhabited  houses  at  the  same  date  were 
20,341.  In  1891  the  population  numbered  124,943,  the  number  of 
inhabited  houses  having  increased  to  21,431.  The  city  parish 
was  extended  to  the  municipal-area,  May  16th,  1835,  under 
provisions  of  the  "  Local  Government  (Scotland)  Act,  1894," 
taking  over  the  whole  of  St.  Nicholas  and  portions  of  tne 
parishes  of  Old  Machar,  Nicer  and  Peterculter.  Acreage  of 
city  parish  (as  extended),  6  554:  gross  rateable  value,  1898-99, 
£718,803;   population  to  middle  of  1899  estimated  at  145,000. 

Cults  is  a  pleasant  suburb  of  Aberdeen,  formerly  in  the  parish 
of  Peterculter,  but  now  in  Aberdeen  city  parish,  on  the  north 
bank  of  the  Dee,  on  the  road  to  Ballater,  distant  from  Aberdeen 
4  miles  south-west,  with  a  station  on  the  Deeside  branch  of  the 
Great  North  of  Scotland  railway*.  In  the  vicinity  are  many 
handsome  villas  and  cottages,  chiefly  the  residences  of  those 
engaged  in  business  in  Aberdeen.  In  1897  a  park  was  presented 
to  Cults  by  David  Allan  esq.  to  commemorate  the  Queen's 
Diamond  Jubilee. 

Torry,  a  fishing  village,  taken  from  the  parish  of  Nigg  (Kincar- 
dineshire), is  included  within  the  limits  of  the  city  parish  of 


OLD  ABERDEEN"  stands  about  a  mile  to  the  north  of  the  city, 
on  an  eminence  on  the  south  bank  of  the  river  Don,  formerly 
in  the  parish  of  Old  Machar,  but  under  provisions  made  in  the 
"Local  Government  (Scotland)  Act,  1894,"  now  forms  part  of 
Aberdeen  city  parish.  Formerly  this  town  was  the  seat  of  the 
Bishopric  of  Aberdeen,  but  it  how  derives  its  importance  from 
King's  College  (amalgamated  with  the  University  of  Aberdeen) 
and  the  Cathedral.  The  charter  was  renewed  b>  George  I.  when 
the  power  was  conferred  of  electing  its  own  magistrates,  but  by 
the  "  Aberdeen  Municipal  Extension  Act,  1891,"  it  was  merged 
into  the  burgh  of  Aberdeen.  The  principal  curiosity  in  the 
neighbourhood  is  the  old  bridge,  which  crosses  the  river  Don  by 
one  pointed  arch;  Mr.  Kennedy,  in  his  "Annals  of  Aberdeen,' 
states  it  to  have  been  erected  in  the  time  of  Robert  Bruce,  by 
Bishop  Cheyne.  The  see  of  Aberdeen  appears  to  have  been 
first  established  in  1015,  at  Mortlich,  in  Banffshire,  by  King 
Malcolm  II.  but  was  translated  to  Aberdeen  by  Nectamis,  the  4th 
bishop,  in  the  reign  of  David  I.  A  new  church  was  built  in  the 
12th  century,  but  this  was  superseded  between  1281  and  1382, 
under  the  direction  of  King  Robert  Bruce,  by  a  more  imposing 
structure,  in  part  erected  by  Bishop  Kynynmound,  who  succeeded 
to  the  episcopate  in  1356,  but  of  this  only  the  western  piers  of 
the  central  tower  now  remain:  the  choir  has  wholly  disappeared, 
having  been  pillaged  in  1560,  and  dismantled  about  1650  by  the 
Cromwellian  troops,  who  used  its  materials  in  building  fortifica- 
tions, and  the  central  tower  fell  in  1688,  destroying  the  transepts, 
of  which  only  portions  of  the  north  and  south  walls  are  now 
extant.  The  existing  cathedral,  dedicated  to  St.  Machar,  com- 
monly known  as  "  Old  Machar  church,"  thus  consists  only  of  the 
nave  of  seven  bays,  with  its  aisles,  western  towers  and  south 
porch,  and  was  chiefly  the  work  of  Bishop  Lichtoun  (1424-40) : 
the  whole,  with  the  exception  of  the  spires,  being  constructed 
of  red  granite  :  the  nave  piers  are  cylindrical  and  carry  pointed 
arches  above  which  is  a  clerestory,  with  small  round-headed  win- 
dows :  the  original  deal  roof,  erected  by  Bishop  Lindsay,  in  1444, 
was  taken  off  and  renewed  in  1866  :  the  fiat  panelled  ceiling  below, 
the  work  of  Bishop  Dunbar,  in  1520,  is  adorned  with  the  shields 
of  kings,  nobles  and  ecclesiastics,  and  the  cornice  beneath  it  bears 

the  names  in  black  letter  of  Scottish  sovereigns  and.  bishops: 
the  east  end  of  the  nave,  now  built  up,  is  in  part  enclosed,  and 
contains  the  organ  and  pulpit:  the  west  end  has  a  double-arched 
recessed  entrance,  and  over  it  six  tall  and  narrow  lights  with 
rouuded  heads :  the  square  western  towers  are  military  rather 
than  ecclesiastical  in  style,  and  have  double  angle  buttresses,  and 
bold  machicolated  battlements,  from  within  which  rises  a  low 
square  stage  with  dwarf  pinnacles,  carrying  the  octagonal  spires; 
these  are  of  grey  sandstone,  and  are  relieved  by  two  embattled 
bandings  and  numerous  dormers :  several  of  the  windows  are 
stained,  and  there  are  some  interesting  tombs,  including,  in  the 
nave,  one  to  Archdeacon  Barbour,  c.  1400,  and  another  to  Bishop 
Scougal,  1685;  in  the  ruined  transepts  are  the  tombs  of  Bishops 
Lichtoun,  Dunbar  and  Stewart;  the  interior  of  the  fabric  was 
repaired  in  1722,  and  in  1866  was  renovated  on  a  report  by  the 
late  Sir  G.  Gilbert  Scott,  and  since  this,  the  present  east 
window  has  been  erected. 

Woodside,  formerly  a  police  burgh,  was  also  in  the  parish  of 
Old  Machar,  but  by  the  above  mentioned  Aots  also  merged  into 
the  city  parish  and  into  the  burgh  of  Aberdeen,  is  distant  from 
Aberdeen  2  miles,  and  has  a  station  on  the  Great  North  of 
Scotland  railway. 

The  old  parish  of  Old  Machar  possessed  an  acreage  of  12,143  ;  in 
1871  its  population  was  42,477,  and  in  1881  it  had  increased  to 
56.002,  in  1891  to  71,579.  Acreage  of  parish  (as  altered  May  16th, 
1895),  7,313;  rateable  value.  £14.416;   population  in  1891,  1,432. 

The  parish  of  Old  Machar,  as  it  remains  without  the 
portion  between  the  Dee  and  the  Don,  which  has  been 
included  in  the  Aberdeen  city  parish,  is  now  wholly  on  the 
north  side  of  the  Don.  The  land  rises  in  a  gentle  slope  from  the 
sea,  and  is  beautifully  diversified  by  undulating  grounds.  The 
windings  of  the  Don — the  manufactories  and  the  woods  on  its 
banks,  inter  per  sed  with  many  private  residences,  together  with 
the  numerous  admirable  prospects  of  the  sea — impart  a  pleasing 
variety  to  the  general  appearance  of  the  parish.  Great  improve- 
ments in  agriculture,  at  a  very  considerable  expense,  have  been 
effected,  which  have  been  the  means  of  materially  enhancing  the 
value  of  the  land,  and  beautifying  the  neighbourhood  of  Aberdeen. 



ABERDEEN.        1L 


This  consists  of  two  colleges,  united  by  Act  of  Parliament  in 
1860,  viz: — King's  College  in  Old  Aberdeen,  and  Marischal 
College  in  Broad  street.  The  former  was  first  instituted  in  the 
year  1494,  by  William  Elphinstone,  Bishop  of  Aberdeen,  under 
the  authority  of  a  Bull  of  Pope  Alexander  VI.  and  the  original 
foundation  charter  is  still  extant  in  the  charter  chest  of  the 
College.  The  students  wear  a  scarlet  cloth  gown,  but  do  not 
reside  within  the  college  buildings,  which  form  a  quadrangular 
court,  originaLly  erected  in  1500,  and  have  been  almost  totally 
reconstructed  of  late  years,  spacious  class  rooms  being  erected, 
along  with  a  large  library,  in  which  is  a  very  valuable  collection 
of  books,  and  a  memorial  window  to  the  late  Dr.  J.  Melvin. 
The  old  chapel,  restored  internally  at  a  cost  of  about  £3,000, 
possesses  an  antique  screen  of  woodwork,  and  the  tomb  of 
Bishop  Elphinstone,  which  stands  in  the  middle  of  the  chapel 
near  the  east  end.  There  are  memorial  windows  to  Principal 
Campbell  and  Professors  Macpherson,  Meanis  and  W.  Robertson 
Smith;  the  large  west  window  v?aa  filled  with  stained  glass  by 
Mr.  John  Webster,  lato  M.P.  for  the  city.  At  the  north-west 
is  a  lofty  square  tower,  strengthened  by  buttresses,  and  from 
the  parapet  spring  crocketed  arches  meeting  at  the  top,  and 
forming  an  open  crown  upon  which  rises  a  stone  lantern,  sur- 
mounted by  another  crown  of  stonework,  with  a  globe  and  cross/; 
the  tower  formerly  contained  a  peal  of  13  bells.  The  Senatus 
room  is  ornamented  with  portraits  of  Bishops  Elphinstone, 
Dunbar  and  others.  Marischal  College,  in  Broad  street,  which 
prior  to  1860  exercised  separate  University  rights,  was  founded 
and  endowed  by  George  Keith,  Earl  Marischal  of  Scotland,  in 
1593,  by  a  charter  ratified  by  Act  of  Parliament.  The  college 
buildings  stand  on  the  site  of  a  Franciscan  convent,  and  were 
rebuilt  in  1830-41,  at  a  cost  of  over  £21,000,  from  designs  by 
the  late  Mr.  Archibald  Simpson,  architect.  During  recent  years 
a  very  important  scheme  of  extension  has  been  carried  out, 
involving  an  expenditure  of  over  £120,000;  the  additions  com- 
prising a  fully  equipped  laboratory  and  class  room,  and  other 
rooms  for  most  of  the  departments  in  medicine  and  science.  By 
the  munificence  of  the  late  Charles  Mitchell  esq.  LL.D.  New- 
castle-on-Tyne,  who  generously  gave  over  £20,000  for  the  pur- 
pose, this  extension  also  includes  a  large  Graduation  Hall, 
adorned  with  stained  windows,  a  Students'  Union,  and  Uie 
heightening  of  the  great  tower  of  the  buildings  inaugurated 
Oct.  1895. 

Chancellor,  The  Duke  of  Richmond  &  Gordon  K.G.,  D.C.L 
Vice-Chancel  lor,  Sir  William  Duguid  Geddes  LL.D 
Rector,  The  Most  Hon.  The  Marquess  of  Huntly  LL.D 
Parliamentary  Representative,  James  Alexander  Campbell  LL.D. 

of  Stracathro 
Principal,  Sir  William  Duguid  Geddes  LL.D 

Assessors   in  the  University  Court,  Alex.  Morisbn  Gordon;    Sir 
David  Stewart  M.A.,  LL.D. ;  Alexander  T.  G.  Beveridge  M.A., 
M.B. ;  William  Dey  M.A.,  LL.D. ;  Charles  B.  Davidson  LL.D. ; 
Rev.  James   Smith  M.A.,    B.D.,  LL.D.;    Angus  Ffaser  M.A., 
M.D. ;    Matthew  Hay  M.D. ;    Charles  Niven  M.A.,   D.Sc.  ;    J. 
W.  H.   Trail  M.A.,  M.D.,  F.R.S.  &  W.  P.  Paterson  M.A.,  D.D 
Secretary  of  University  Court,  Robert  Walker  M.A.,  P.R.S.E 
Secretary  of  Senatus,  Donaldson  Rose  Thorn  M.A 
Librarian,  Peter  John  Anderson  M.A.,  LL.B 


Greek,  John  Harrower  M.A 

Humanity,  William  Mitchell  Ramsay  M.A.,  D.C.L.,  LL.D 

English,  Herbert  John  Clifford  Grierson  M.A 

Logic,  William  Leslie  Davidson  M.A.,  LL.D 

Mathematics,  George  Pirie  M.A.,  LL.D 

Natural  Philosophy,  Charles  Niven  M.A.,  D.Sc,  F.R.S 

Moral  Philosophy,  William  R.  Sorley  M.A 

Natural  History,  John  Arthur  Thomson  M.A 

Systematic  Theology,  William  P.  Paterson  M.A.,  D.D 

Church  History,  Henry  Cowan  D;D 

Biblical  Criticism,  David  Johnston  M.A.,  D.D 

Hebrew  &  Semitic  Languages,  James  Gilroy  M.A.,  B.D 

Law,  John  Dove  Wilson  LL.D 

Medicine,  David  W.  Finlav  B.A.,  M.D.,  F.R.C.P 

Chemistry,  Francis  R.  Japp  M.A.,  LL.D.,  F.R.S 

Anatomy,  Robert  W.  Reid  M.D.,  F.R.C.S 

Surgery,  Alexander  Ogston  M.D 

Materia  Medica,  John  Theodore  Cash  M.D.,  F.R.S 

Midwifery,  William  Stephenson  M.D.,  F.R.C.S.E 

Botany,  James  W.  H.  Trail  M.A.,  M.D.,  F.R.S.,  F.L.S 

Pathology,  David  James  Hamilton  M.B.,  F.R.C.S.E 

Forensio  Medicine,  Matthew  Hay  M.D 

Physiology,  John  Alexander  McWilliam  M.D 

Gifford,    Professor   Josiah   Royce   (Harvard   University,    U.S.A.) 
Agriculture,  James  Wilson,  M.A.,  B.Sc 
Agricultural  Chemistry,  James  Hendrick  B.Sc 
Comparative  Psychology,  J.  Lewis  Mclntyre  M.A.,  B.Sc 
Conveyancing,  James  Duguid  M.A 
Education,  John  Clarke  M.A 
Elocution,  Alfred  Macleod 
French  &  German,  William  Scholle  Ph.D 
German  (Honours),   Gustav  Hem 
History,  C.  Sandford  Terry  M.A 

Tropical  Medicine,  George  A.  Maconachie  M.D.,  F.R.C.P 
Veterinary  Hygiene,  J.  McLau.-hlan  Young  F.B.CV.S 

Greek,  Alexander  W.  Mair  M.A 
English,  Charles  lunes  B^attie  M.A 
Logic,  Robert  Sangster  Rait  M.A 
Humanity,  Alexander  Souter  M.A 
Mathematics,  W.  J.  Fraser  M.A 
Natural  Philosophy,  James  Taggart  M.A 

Chemistrv,  Thomas  S.  Murray  D.Sc.  &  James  Moir  M.A.,  B.Sc 
Botany,  Robert  M.   Clark  B.Sc 

Natural  History,  Alfred  W.  U-ibb  M.A.,  B.Sc.  &  John  Rennio  B.Sc 
Anatomy,  Alexander  Low  M.A.,  M.B.,  CM.  &  T.  W.  Lumsden 

Forensic  Medicine,  David  Rennet  M.D 
Materia  Medica,  John  Gordon  M.D.  &  John  E.  Esslcmont  M.B.» 

Physiology,  A.   H.  Mackie  M.A.,  M.B 
Pathology,  Gteorge  M.  Duncan  M.B.,  CM 
Pathology  (Special),  J.  T.  II.  Walker  M.B.,  CM 
Surgery,' W.  A.   I.  Forteseue  M.B.,  CM 
Midwifery,  Robert  Gordon  Mc-Kerron  M.A,,  M.D 
Law  &  Conveyancing,  Hugh  Fraser  Campbell  M.A.,  B.L 
Moral  Philosophy,  William  M,  Macdonald  M.A 
Medicine,  William  Fmdlay  M.A.,  M.D 

Classical  Literature,  Revnold  A.  Nicholson  M.A 
Mental  Philosophy,  R.  S.  Home  M.A.,  LL.B 
Mathematics  &  Natural  Philusnphy,  Hector  McDonald  M.A 
Modern  Languages,   Alexander  L'ran  M.A 
Education,  John  M'Kenzie 
Botany,  J.  Reynolds  Green  D.Sc,  F.R.S 
Agriculture,  Robert  Turnbull  j^.Hu 
Zoology,  J.  R.  Ainsworth  Davis  B.A 
Chemistry,  John  Shiels  D.Sc 
Anatomy,  Arthur  Keith  M.D 
Physiology,  M.   S.  Pembrey  M.A.,  M.D 
Materia  Medica,  F.  Warner  M.D 
Pathology,   William  Bullock  M.A.,  M.D 
Medico-Jurisprudence    &   Public   Health,    William   L.    Mackenzie 

M.A.,  M.D 
SuBgcry,  Charles  W.  C'athcart  M.A.,  M.B 
Medicine,  John  Rose  Bradford  M.D.,  D.Sc,  F.R.S 
Midwifery,  John  William  Bal'mntyne  M.D 
Diyinity,"  Bev.    Robert    Davidson    M.A.,    B.D.    &    Rev.    James 

Robertson  M.A.,  D.D 
Law,  William  Mitchell  M.A.,  LL.B 


Argentine  Republic  (vice),  Daniel  Mearns,  55  Regent  quay 
Chili  (Republic  of)  (vice),  William  Leslie,  67  Marischal  street 
Denmark  (vice),  James  Cook,  62  Marischal  street 
France  (consular  agent),  William  Leslie,  67  Marischal  street 
German  Empire,  Charles  F.  Ludwig,  54  Regent  quay 
Italy  (consular  agent),  R.  A.  D.  Connon,  82  Market  street 

Netherlands  (vice),  Charles  F.  Ludwig,  54  Regent  quay 

Portugal  (vice),  George  M.  Cook,  62  Marischal  street 

Russia,  John  Robertson,  45  Marischal  street 

Spain  (vice),  Charles  F.  Ludwig,  54  Regent  quay 

Sweden  &  Norway,  George  Milne  Cook,  62  Marischal  street 

United  States  (consular  agent),  Andrew  Murray,  214  Union  street 

12       ABElDEEN. 




Bank,  Telegraph  Money  Order,  Express  Delivery,  Parcel  Post 
&  Annuity  &  Insurance  Office,  Market  street:  T  &  198;  John 
Bayne  Hegarty,  postmaster;  Alexander  Stables  Ross,  chief 
clerk;  Thomas  Gifford  Halcrow,  superintendent.  Telegraph 
Department:  Daniel  Lamb  Shepherd,  superintendent;  H.  A. 
M'Innes,  inspector;  John  Muir,  surveyor  for  the  Northern 

Hours   of  closing  for   the   leading   mails    &  when    delivered  in 

Dispatches  (showing  time  Box  Closes,  also  latest  time  for 

registering  letters  without   extra   charge). 

Inverurie,  Banff,  Buckie,  Keith,  Turriff,  Kintore,  Craigellachie  & 

the  North,  3  a.m.;   regd.  until  2.30  a.m. 
Ellon,   Fraserburgh,   Peterhead  &  Mintlaw,   4  a.m. ;    regd.   until 

3.30  a.m. 
Cluny,   Methlick  &  Old  Meldrum  roads,   4.30  a.m.  ;    regd.    until 

4  a.m 
Cove,  Portlethen,   Laurencekirk  &  Stonehaven,  5.30  a.m.;   regd. 

until  5  a.m 
Arbroath,   Dundee,   London,   Edinburgh,   6.50   a.m. ;    regd.    until 

5.20  a.m 
Inverness  &  North,  5.35  a.m. ;  regd.  until  5.5  a.m 
Cults,    Murtle,    Milltimber,    Peterculter,    6.15    a.m. ;    regd.    until 

5.45  a.m. 
Allord  &g,  Gartly,  Blairs  Smithy.  Maryculter,  Glasgow,Perth  &c. 

6.15  a.m.;  regd.  until  5.45  a.m 
Deeside  (west  of  Peterculter),  6.15  a.m.   (summer);    regd.  until 
1   5.45  a.m. ;   7.40  a.m.  (winter);    regd.  until  7.10  a.m 
North,  Buchan,  Strathdon,  Mossat  &c.  7.40  a.m.;  regd.  7.10  a.m 
Glasgow  &  Stirling,  9.30  a»m. ;  regd.  until  9  a.m 
Edinburgh,  10  a.m. ;   reg*  until  9.30  a.m 
Buckie,  Nairn  &  Keith,  11.25  a.m.;   regd.  until  10.55  a.m 
Part  of  Deeside,  11.30  a.m.  ;  regd.  until  11  a.m 
Ballater.   Banchory  (Braemar  in  summer),  Lumphanan  &  Drum- 
oak,  11.55  a.m. ;  regd.  until  11.25  a.m 
Summerhill,    Auchnagatt,    Brucklay,    Strichen,    Longside,    12.10 

p.m.;  regd.  until  11.40  a.m 
London  Mail,  all  places  South  &  Abroad,  12.40  p.m. ;  regd.  until 

12. 1U  p.m 
Turriff,   Banff,   Insch  &   Old  Meldrum,   12.50  p.m.  ;    regd.   until 

12.20  p.m 
Edinburgh,  Arbroath,  Fife.   1  p.m.;  regd.  until  12.30  p.m 
Inverness  &  North, Huntly  &  Keith, 1.5u  p.m. ;  regd.  until  2.5  p.m 
Dundee  &  Edinburgh  &  Fife,  3  p.m.  ;  regd.  until  2.30  p.m 
Buckie,    Keith,    Banff,    Fyvie,    Craigellachie,    Cullen   &  Portsoy, 

3.10  p.m.;  regd.  until  2.40  p.m 
London  Mail,  all  places  South  &  Abroad,  3.10  p.m. ;  regd    until 

2.40  p.m 
Buchan   Mail,    also   Cluny.    Methlick    &    Newburgh   roads,    3.30 

p.m. ;  regd.  until  3  p.m 
Cults,    Mulltimber,    Murtle,   Peterculter,    3.45  p.m.;    regd.   until 

3.15  p.m 
Hillside,  Stonehaven  &  Kirriemuir,  3.30  p.m.  ;  regd.  until  3  p.m 
Deeside,  4  p.m.  in  summer ;  5  p.m.  in  winter 
Banchory,  Crathes,   Drum  oak,  4.30  p.m.   in  summer;    5  p.m.  in 

Dyce,  Bucksburn  &  Woodside,  4.30  p.m 

Diimet,  Lumphanan  &e.  5  p.m.  in  winter;   5.45  p.m.  in  summer 
Inverurie,  Huntly  &  Aiford,  5  p.m.;  regd.  until  4.30  p.m 
Loudon  Mail,   all  places'  South    &  Abroad,   5  p.m.;    regd.   until 

4.30  p.m 
Inverness  &  North,  Peterhead,  Fraserburgh  &  Ellon,  6.15  p.m.; 

•regd.  until  5.45  p.m 
Dundee,  Edinburgh,    London,   Leeds.,   Newcastle   &c.   7.15  p.m. ; 

regd.   until  6.45  p.m 
London,    Liverpool,     Manchester,     Glasgow,    Edinburgh,    Perth, 

Inverness  &  North,  7.30  p.m. ;  regd.  until  7  p.m 
Terth,    Edinburgh,    Glasgow,    Stirling    &    all    England    (except 

Saturday),  10.30  p.m.;  regd.  until  10  p.m 
B;mff,   Huntly,   Keith  &  Inverness  &  North,   10.30  p.m.   (Satur- 
days only) 
Lerwick,  five  times  a  week  in  summer,   three  times  a  week  in 

winter,  uncertain 
For  the  London  Mails,   letters  can  be  posted  with  an  additional 

id.  stamp  up  to  6  &  10,5  a.m.;  12.55,  3.25,  5.5  (summer)    5  xh 

(winter),  7.25  &  7.30  p.m 
Letters  for  all  mails,   except  such  as  are   made  up  between  9 

p.m.   &  6.45  a.m.   can   be  registered  up  to  the  time  the  box 

closes,  for  4d.  extra 
On  Sunday  the  box  closes  for  Deeside,    Clunv,  Methlick  &  Old 

-Meldrum  roads  at  4  a.m.;    for  London  &  all  places   South  & 

Abroad,   12.40  &   3.10  p.m.  ;    for  Inverurie,  Kintore  &  Black- 
burn, 12  noon 
Parcels  must   be   posted  half-an-hour  before  the  time  as   given 

above  for  Letters 


From  London,  all  places  South  &  Abroad,  also  North,  Buchan  & 
Deeside,  delivery  begins  at  6.45  &  8.30  a.m 

From  London,  G'.asgow.Nnrth  &  Edinburgh,  also  Gartlv  &  Strath- 
don roads  &  Deeside,  delivery  begins  at  11.45  a.m  ' 

From  Buchan  &  Deeside  &  Local,  deliverv  begins  at  2.30  p  m 
(restricted)  " 

From  Glasgow,  Perth  &c.  Old  Meldrum,  Cluny  &  Methlick  roads 
Buchan  &e.  delivery  begins  at  4.15  p.m 

From  North  &  Deeside,  also  Edinburgh,  Dundee  &  Glasgow 
delivery  begins  at  6.30  p.m 

Latest  time  of  posting  at  head  office  for  town  deliveries  6  30 
5.15  &  11.30  a.m.  &  2,  4  &  6.15  p  m  '     '     ' 

Parcel   Delivery. 
There  are  five   deliveries  of  parcels,  8.30  &  11.45  a.m.   &  2.30 
(restricted),  4.15  &  6.30  p.m 

Town  Sub-Post  &  Money  Order  Offices  &   Savings  Banks  & 
Annuity   &  Insurance   Offices. 

Collections  are  made  at  the  following  offices  at  10.30  a.m.  &  12.20, 
2.20,  3.30,  4.20,  5.30,  6.30,  8  &  9.30  p.m.  &  12  midnight:  — 
Kine  street;  J280  George  street;  Union  street;  JUnion  place; 
JRosemount,  1  S.  Mount  street ;  JChattan  place ;  182  Crown 
street;  JQueen's  Cross,  Fountainhall  road:  1  Mountbooly;  JOld 
Aberdeen;  *Torry;  JKittybrewster,  695  George  street; Argyll 
place ;  Broomhill  place ;  Esslemont  avenue ;  Footdee ;  Gilcom- 
ston;  Holburn  street;  Park  street;  Queensgate;  Bosemount 
viaduct ;  Union  grove  &  Victoria  road 

On  Sunday  there  is  only  one  collection  throughout  the  town, 
viz.  that  at  12  midnight 

Open  for  money  order  &  savings  bank  business  from  7  a.m.  till 
9  p.m 

On  Wednesday  the  Bosemount,  Broomhill  place  &  Queensgate 
(summer  only)  offices  shut  at  3  p.m 

Marked  thus  J  are  Telegraph  Offices,  but  not  Express  Delivery 

Post,  Money  Order  &  Telegraph  Office,  Telegraph  Money  Order, 
Express  Delivery,  Parcel  Post,  Savings  Bank  &  Annuity 
&  Insurance  Office,  Woodside  (441  Great  Northern  road)*. 
James  Murr3v,  sub-postmaster.  Deliveries  from  Aberdeen  at 
6.45  &  9.30  a.m.  &  2.20  &  5.45  p.m.  -  dispatches,  9.35  &  10.50 
a.m.  &  3.11,  3.15,  4.40,  6.50  &  8.45  p.m.     Sunday,  10.45  a.m 

Suh-Post,  Telegraph  &  Express  Delivery  Office,  Bridge  of  Don; 
William  Greig,  sub-postmaster.  Deliveries  from  Aberdeen  at 
6  a.m.  &  4.30  p.m.;  dispatches,  9.30  a.m.  &  3.15  p.m 

South  Division,    Right  Hon.  James  Bryce  P.O.,   D.C.L.,  LL.D., 

D.L.,    J. P.    54   Portland    place    W   &    Athenaeum   &   National 

Liberal  clubs  S  W  &  Savile  club  W,  London 
North    Division,    Capt    Duncan    Vernon    Pirie,    Northern    club, 

Aberdeen ;  &  35  Eccleston  square  &  Army  &  Navy  club  S  W  & 

Bachelors-'  club  W,  London 

Aberdeen  University. 
Right  Hon.  James  Alexander  Campbell  P.O.,  LL.D.   Stracathro, 

Brechin ;   &  Carlton  club.  London  S  W 


Municipal  buildings,  Union  street. 
Lord  Provost,  John  Fleming  J.P.  Kingsgate 
Bailies,  Alexander  Lyon,  jun.  Robert  Henderson,  Alexander  H. 

Taylor,  John  Brown,  James  Taggart  <Sz  William  Sangster 
Dean  of  Guild,  James  Walker 
Citv  Treasurer,  George  Bisset 
Master  of  Shore  Works,  William  Meffi,  jun 
Master  of  Kirk  &  Bridge  Works,  George  Reid 
Master  of  Mortifications,  Alexander  T.  E.  Beveridge 
Master  of  Guild  Brethren's-  Hospital,  James  Bain 
Councillors,  Nineteen 

Town  Clerk,  William  Gordon,  advocate ;  T  N  387 
Depute  Town  Clerk,  James  W.  Davidson 
City  Chamberlain,  Police  Treasurer  &  Collector,  Peter  M.   Cran 

O.A. ;  T  N  387 
Assistant  Chamberlain,  James  Frater 
Cashier,  Alexander  M.  Munro 
City  Surveyor,  William  Dyack  C.E. ;  T  N  345 
Assistant  Surveyor,  John  Gordon 
Accountant,  W.  B.  Brown 

Procurators  Fiscal,  George  Cadenhead  &  Robert  Lamb 
City  Architect,  John  Rust 
Assistant  Police  Clerk,  James  Yates 
Burgh  Assessor  of  Lands  &  Heritages,  Benjamin  Corke 
Auditor  of  Town's  Accounts,  Harvey  Hall  C.A 
Auditor  of  Police  Accounts,  William  Milne  C.A 
Sanitary  Inspector,  Kenneth  Cameron 

Inspector  of  Weights  &  Measures,  Andrew  Whyte,  King  street 
Inspector  of  Sewerage  Works,  James  Walker 
Inspector  of  Cleansing,  William  Fiudlay 
Inspector  of  Water  Works,  James  Simpson 
Inspector  of  Lighting,  L.  Anderson 
Public  Analyst,  Thomas  Jamieson  F.I.C 
Town  House  Keeper,  Arthur  McAllan 

Offices,  Municipal  buildings,  2  Broad  street. 
Works,  Cotton  street;  T  N  507. 
Superintendent  &  Engineer,  Alexander  Smith 
Assistant  Superintendent,  James  Tait 
Electrical  Engineer,  James  A.  Bell 
Chief  Clerk  &  Cashier,  Alexander  Brown 
Teller,  James  Pigge 
Meter  Inspector,  George  McKenzie 

Gas  Stove  Department. 
Union  buildings,  Union  etreet. 

Clerk,  William  Gordon 
Engineer,  William  Dyack  C.E 





Offices,  13  Bridge  stre-et. 
District  Clerk  &  Treasurer,  Alexander  Clark,  solicitor 
District  Sanitary  Inspector,  William  Reid 


20   Union  terrace. 

Meetings  are  held  on  2nd  Tuesday  of  each  month. 

Chairman,  George  Murray.  3  Trinity  buildings 

Inspector,   Charles  B.  Williams 

Assistant   Inspectors,    George   Allan.   William   Noble,   Alexander 

Morgan  &  Henry  Duncan 
Cashier,  Bookkeeper  &  Collector  of  Assessments,  David  Stuart 
Medical  Officers,  John  Gordon  M.D.,  CM.,  James  J.  Y.  Dalgarno 
M.B..  CM.,  David  Rennet  M.D.,  CM.,  Alexander  Rudolph 
Gallowav  M.B..  CM.,  J.  Scott  RiddelL  M.A..  M.B.,  CM.,  James 
E  Fowler  M.D.,  Francis  Kellv  M.B.,  CM.  &  George  Gibb 
M.A.,  M.B.,  CM 

Nelson  street. 
Governor.  William  Dalgleista 
Matron,  Mrs.  Eliza  Leask 
Teacher,  Miss  Alice  Gerrard 
Chaplain,  Rev.  M.  Maekay  M.A 

Medical  Officer.  James  J.  Y.  Dalgarno  M.A.,  M.B.,  CM 
Porter,  Robert  Cruickshank 

Fonthill  road;   T  NT  437. 
Governor.  William  Gibb  Johnstone 
Matron,  Miss  Annie  Campbell 
Chaplain,    Rev.  Alexander  M.   Scott  M.A 
Medical  Officer,  John  Gordon  M.D 
Porter,  Samuel  Grant  Littlejohn 

St.  Nicholas  Parish,  Charles  Stronach,  Municipal  bldgs.  Castle  st 
Cults,  James  B.  Donald,  Cults 

District  of  St.  Machar,  James  Meston,  17  Union  terrace 
City   Parish    (Woodside    district).    Alexander    M.    Hendry,    672 
Great  Northern  road 


16  Regent  quay;  T  N  91. 

Commissioners,  The  Lord  Provost,  the  Bailies,  the  Dean  of  Guild, 
the  City  Treasurer,  the  Master  of  Shore  Works,  9  Town  Coun- 
cillors &  12  elected  Commissioners 

Secretary  &  Clerk,  William  Gordon 

Treasurer  &  Collector,  James  A.  Ross 

Resident  Engineer,  Robert  G.  Nicol 

Assistant  Engineer,  William  Simpson 

Superintendent  of  Works,  Hugh  Munro;  T  N  257 

Shore  Harbour  Dues  Department. 
Collector,  James  A.  Rosa 
Principal  Clerk,  David  Ross 

Berthing  Department. 
Harbour  Master  &  Captain  Pilot,  William  A.  Crombie;  T  N  26 
Superintendent   of  Meters   &  Harbour  Rails,   John  M'Lean,   16 

Regent  quay 
Keeper  of  the  Pier  Light  &  Flag,  William  Joss 


Local  Marine  Board. 

Offices,  49  &  51  Regent  quay. 

Chairman  (ex-officio),  The  Lord  Provost  of  Aberdeen 

Elected   by   Board    of    Trade,    James    Crombie   J. P.    chairman; 

James  Aiken,  James  Cooper  &  Alexander  Man- 
Elected  by   the   Shipowners,   George  Milne  J. P.   Thomas   Adam 
J.P.  John  Blaikie  Nicol,  James  Davidson.  George  Milne  Cook  & 
William  Todd  Moffatt 
Superintendent  of   the  Mercantile  Marine   Office  &.   Sec.    to  the 

Board.  Lieut.  Irvin  Hayward  R.N.R 
Deputy  Superintendent,  Robert  E.  Gray 

Examiner  in  Navigation  &  Seamanship.  Lt. Irvin  Havward  R.N.R 
Engineer,   Surveyor  &  Examiner  of  Engineers,  &  "Inspector  of 

Ships'  Lights,  James  Barnet 
Shipwright  Surveyor.  Frank  Barter 

Merchant  Seamen's  Fund  Office,  Seamen's  Savings  Bank  &  Money 

Order  Office,   &  Royal  Naval  Reserve  Office, 

49  Regent  quay. 

Custom  house.  Regent  quay. 
Collector  &  Surveyor,   Henrv  de  Mouilpied 
Olerk  of  the  1st  Class.  Christopher  Snowdon 
Olerk  of  the  2nd  Class,  William  Nunn 
Examining  Officer  fist  Class),  Edward  Ambrose 
Examining  Officers  (2nd  Classt,  Paul  Stewart.  John  Grant,  John 

Leith,    Matthew    Lowrie,    M.    J.    u  Farrell,     D.    Gleeson,    P. 

Stewart,  William  Reid  &  John  Gordon 
Preventive  Officers,  Thomas  Parle  &  William  Donaldson 
Assistants,  A.  Diack,  K.   M.  Kennedy.  J,    G.  Cruickshank  &  J. 

Housekeeper   &  Messenger,   Alexander  Edwards 
Boatmen.  J,  Goodsman,  A.  G.  Melvirt,  W.  J.  Adam,  M    Finn  &, 

F.   J.  Robinson 
Principal  Coast  Officer  at  Newburgh,  A,   Geddes 


Pocra  Pier. 

Captain  Pilot  &  Harbour  Master,  William  A.  Crombie;  T  N  21 

Offices,  146  Union  street,  Aberdeen. 
Don  District'. 
George  Falconer,  chairman ;    Sir  Arthur  Grant,  of  Monymusk ; 
George  Davidson ;   Lord  Sempill ;    A.   M.  W.  Williamson ;   H. 
Gordon,  Maner;  &  A.  P.  Hogarth 
Clerk,  Alexander  Duffus,  146  Union  street 

Dee  District. 

Lord  Provost,  John  Fleming,  chairman ;  George  Bisset,  city 
treasurer;  A.  P.  Hogarth,  Aberdeen;  George  Davidson, 
Aberdeen;  Marquis  of  Huntly,  Aboyne  castle;  A.  H.  Farquhar- 
son,  of  Invercauld  &  Sir  Thomas  Burnett  bart.  of  Crathea 

Clerk,  Alexander  Duffus,  146  Union  street 

Ythan  District. 

The  Earl  of  Errol,  chairman;  H.  W.  Gordon,  of  Esslemont;  Col. 
Turner,  of  Turner  hall ;  J.  H.  Udny,  of  TJdny ;  General  Mac- 
kenzie, of  Foveran ;  Rev.  George  Brown,  of  Longhaven ;  tfc 
C    G.  Smith,  factor,   Haddo  house 

Clerk  &  Treasurer,  D.  M.  A.  Chalmers,  18  Golden  square 

Offices,    21   King   street. 
North     of     Scotland     District,     comprising    the    Burghs    in    & 
Counties    of    Aberdeen,    Kincardine,    Banff,    Nairn,    Inverness, 
Roes  &  Cromarty.  Sutherland.  Caithness,  Orkney  &  Shetland 
H.  M.  Inspector  of  Factories  &  Workshops,  John  Oalder 
Clerk,  William  McDonald 

Offices,  Inland  Revenue  Office  buildings,  27  King  street. 
Excise,  Stamp  &  Tax  Department. 
Collector  of  Inland  Revenue,  Thomas  Paxton 
Principal  Clerks.  G.  T.  Curtis  &  J.  MacMurray 
Clerks,  D.  Sivewright  &  J.  Clark 
Aberdeen  District:  — 
Supervisor,  Dennis  MeSweeney 

Officers.  James  Taylor.  James  Sumner.  Martin  Cannon,  Thomas 
Winsby,  Maurice  R.  Woulfe,  Charles  McKinty,  W.  H.  Wagstaff 
&  John  Cowie 
Inverurie  District:  — 
Supervisor,  S.  R.  Brook 

Officers,  William  Anderson,  W.   D.  Evans,  W.  J.   Moore,  T.  T. 
Rawling  &  H.  L.  Bowyer 
Pet-erhead  District:  — 
Supervisor,  T.  Patterson 

Officers,  J.  Michie,  W.  S.  Taylor,  J.  Atterbury,  J.  M.  Adams  & 
T.  T.    Gair 
Ballater  District:  — 
Supervisor,  J.  R.  Jackson 

Officers,  Donald  Stewart,  J.  Brereton,  F.  L.  Bowyer  &  E.  Clarke 
Kirkwall  District:  — 
Supervisor  &  Sub-Collector  of  Taxes,  J.  W.  Foy 
Officers,  Samuel  Watson,  H.  Fitzsimons,  W.  J.  Thomson,  W.  G. 
Carr  &  W.  J.  Ware 
Lerwick  District:  — 
Supervisor  &  Sub-Collector  of  Taxes,  R.  H.  Collins 
Officers,  T.  M.  Reid  &  D.  Mackie 
Surveyor  of  Taxes  for  the  First  District  or  City  of  Aberdeen  & 

County  of  Kincardine,  Benjamin  Corke 
Surveyor  of   Taxes  for  the  Second  District  or  County  of  Aber- 
deen, A.  W.  Bunn 


1  King  street ;  T  N  540. 
President,  Thomas  Ogilvie 
Vice-President.  Ranald  Macdonald 
Treasurer,  John  Rae 
Secretary,  Charles  M'Combie,  advocate 

5  Hadden  street. 
Secretary  &  Treasurer,  T.  R.  Gillies,  181a,  Union  street 



Ex-officio — The  Convener  of  the  County,  the  Sheriff  of  the  County 

&  in  his  absence  one  sheriff  substitute  resident  in  Aberdeen, 

Lord  Provost  of  Aberdeen  &  the  Members  of  Parliament  for  the 

County  &  City 
Elected  by  the  Council  of  the  County,  James  Hay,  Little  Ythsie, 

Tarves;   Alexander  C.  Pirie  J.P.  Dunecht  house,  Echt;  Alex. 

Skene  J.P.  23  King  street;  William  Bothwell,  Berryhill,  Bridge 

of  Don ;  John  Whyte,  advocate,  12  Dee  st.  &  James  White,  of 

Legatesden,  Pitcaple 
Elected  by  the  Town  Council  of  Aberdeen,  James  Taggart,  James 

Bain,  William  P.  Booth,  George  B.  Esslemont,  James  Fraser, 

W.  Kendall-Burnett,  Alexander  Milne,  James  Robertson  &  Dr. 

John  Robertson;  clerk,  James  F.  Lumsden; advocate,  treasurer, 

City  Chamberlain 

County  buildings,  Castle  street. 
Convener,  Colonel  Thomas  Innes,  of  Learney 
Clerk  of  Supply,  William  Murison 

14       A3EKDEEN. 



Trinity  hall,  153  Union  street ;  T  N  406. 
Patron,  Rev.  Andrew  Doak  M.A 
Convener,  Robert  Beveridge 
Master  of  Trades'  Hospital,   Alexander  Latto 
Factor  for  the  Widows'  Fund,  Peter  Beveridge 
Treasurer  for  the  Widows'  Supplementary  Fund,  J.  B.  Cairns 
Factor  for  Trinity  Cemetery,  James  Ducat 
Joint  Olerks  &  Assessors,  John  Thomson,  advocate  &  Alexander 

Ledingham,  solicitor 
Convener's  Officer,  John  Mitchell 

Trades.  Deacons.  Boxmasters. 

Hammermen James  Muuro John  E.  Yule. 

Bakers James  McDonald  ....     Alex.  B.  Hutchison 

Wright  &  Coopers    . .     William  Dawson   Andrew  Connon 

Tailors Thomas  Skea G.  Hill 

Shoemakers    James  Anderson    ....     James  M.  Muuro 

Weavers James  Ducat A  ndrew  Stewart 

Flesliers Alexander  Bowman  . .     G.  M.  Catto 

Old  Aberdeen. 
Patron,  Rev.  George  Jamieson  D.D 
Convener,  John  Mitchell 
Master  of  Hospital,  George  Nicol 
Olerk,  George  Nicol,  advocate 
Officer,  James  Clark,  senior 

Trades.  Deacons.  Boxmasters. 

Hammermen John  Arthur,  jun D.  McHardy 

Wrights  &  Coopers  . .     R.  Clark William  Beattie 

Weavers Alexander  Walker    ..     John  Mitchell 

Tailors    George  Sinclair,  jun..    William  Edmond 

Bakers  &  Brewers    . .     Alexander  Stables    . .     Alexander  Stables 
Fleshers  &  Fishers   ..     James  Smith,  jun....     W.  S.  Rae 

29  Regent  quay. 
Surveyor,  Maurice  Ritson 

22  Market  street. 
Secretary,  John  Coutts,  jun 



27  King  street. 

Assessor  for  the  Burgh  of  Aberdeen,  B.  Corke 

Assessor  for  the  Burgh  o£  Inverbervie  &  County  of  Kincardine, 

B.  Corke 
Assessor  for  the  County  of  Aberdeen  &  Burghs  of  Peterhead, 
Inverurie  &  Kintore,  Arthur  W.  Bunn 


Municipal  buildings,  Union  street. 
Lord  Provost,  John  Fleming  J.P 
Bailies,  Alexander   Lyon,  jun.  Robert  Henderson,  Alexander  H. 

Taylor,  John  Brown,  James  Taggart  &  William  Sangster 
Clerk,  James  Yates 

Procurators  Fiscal,  George  Cadenhead  &  Eobert  Lamb 
Officers  of  the  Court,  James  Maydon,  William  Hay  &  Charles  Boss, 
town  sergeants 

The  High  Court  of  Justiciary  meets  in  Aberdeen,  when  there  are 
cases  to  try  there. 

Offices,  Lodge  walk ;  T  N  52. 
Chief  Constable,  Thomas  Wyness 
Deputy  Chief  Constable,  William  Anderson 
Superintendent,  John  Morren 

Inspectors,  Alexander  Mackay,  George  Forbes,  Archibald  Simp- 
son, George  Wilson,  William  Buchan  &  Alexander  Clarke 
Folice  Surgeon  &  Medical  Officer  of  Health,  Matthew  Hay  M.D 
Detectives,  6;  Sergeants,  11;  Constables,  139;  Female  Turnkeys,  2 


Office,  Record  buildings,  Lodge  walk,  Aberdeen;  T  N  38. 

Chief  Constable  &  Chief  Inspector  of  Weights  &  Measures,  Major 

Duncan  Forbes  Gordon  J.P 
Deputy  Chief  Constable  &  Superintendent,  William  M'Ewan 
Inspectors  of  Weights  &  Measures,  George  Cran  &  John  Hendry 
Office  Inspector,  James  Middleton 
Aberdeen  Divisional  Stations  at  Belhelvie,  Blackburn,  Bridge  of 

Don,  Culler,  Cults,  Dyce,  Echt,  Ellon,  Hazelhead,  Newburgh, 

New  Machar,  Skene,  Auchmill  &  Udny 
Inspector  at  Peterhead,  James  Leslie 
Inspector  at  Fraserburgh,  John  Napier 
Inspector  at  Inverurie,  John  Bruce 
Inspector  at  Huntly,  Alexander  Allan 
Inspector  at  Alford,  William  Copland 
Inspector  at  Aboyne,  John  Esson 

Municipal  buildings,  Union  street. 
Dean  of  Guild,  James  Walker 
Assessors,    David    Macdonald,    Sir   David    Stewart,    Sir   William 

Henderson,  William  Pyper,  D.  B.  D.  Stewart  &  Alex.  Walker 
Clerk,  William  Gordon 

County  buildings. 
Judges,  any  two  Justices  of  the  Peace 
Clerk,  Horace  Fildes 
Depute  Clerk,  James  Conner 
Procurator  Fiscal,  George  Cadenhead 
The    Quarter    Sessions    are    held    when    necessary,    on   the   first 

tue^days  of  the  months  of  March,  May,  August  &  last  tuesdav 

of  October;    special   meetings  are  also   held  for  disposing  of 

appeals  &c 
District  Licensing  Courts  are  held  in  the  several  districts  of  the 

county  on  the  third  tuesday  of  April  &  the  last  tuea.  of  October 

County  buildings. 
The  Aberdeen  District  Court  sits  every  fortnight,  on  Saturday  at 
11  a.m.  for  trial  of  Small  Debt  cases  under  £5 — by  6  George 

Judges,  any  two  Justices  of  the  Peace 

Clerk,  Horace  Fildes 

Clerk  Depute,  James  Conner 

Bar  Officers,  William  Richardson  &  James  B.  Diack 

District  &  Depute  Clerks. 
Aberdeen,  James  Conner  I     Peterhead,  Thomas  Mackie 

Alford,  Francis  Stephen  Turriff,  George  Ryall 

Ellon,  George  F.  Raeburn  |     Old  Deer,  John  Walker 

Garioch,  James  Muuro,  Inveruriej     Strathbogie,    J.    R.    McMath, 

Fraserburgh,  John  Procter 




County  buildings,  Castle  street. 

Chan-man,  The  Convener  of  the  County,  Alexander  M.   Gordon, 

of  Newton,  Insch 
Veterinary  Inspector,  James  Thomson  M.R.C.V.S 
Clerk,  The  County  Clerk 

Lodge  walk. 
Judge,  Sitting  Magistrate 

Procurators  Fiscal,  George  Cadenhead  &  Robert  Lamb 
Clerk,  James  Yates 

Chairman,  A.  M.  Gordon,  Newton 
Governor,  John  Rutledge 
1st  Class  Wardress,  Miss  Brown 
Chaplain,  Rev.  Charles  C.  Macdonald 
Physician,  J.  0.  Ogilvie  Will  M.D 

Court  House  buildings,-  Castle  street. 
Procurators  Fiscal,  George  Cadenhead  &  Robert  Lamb 


County  buildings,  Castle  street. 
Sheriff,  Donald  Crawford,  advocate 

Sheriff's   Substitutes,   Duncan  Robertson  M.A.    &  George  Ward- 
law  Burnet  M.A.,   B.L.  advocates;    &  in  their  absence,  C.   T 
Davidsun,  Douglass  Duncan,  James  Duguid,  advocates  &  Heniv 
Peterkin,  solicitor,  Aberdeen 
Hon.  Sheriff  Substitute  at  Peterhead,  John  Smith 
Hon.  Sheriff  Substitute  at  Fraserburgh,  John  Procter 
Sheriff  Clerk  for  Aberdeenshire,  David  Littlejohn 
Sheriff  Clerk  Deputes,  James  Conner  &  J.   C.  Deane  (ordinary 
civil  &  criminal  departments)  &  G.  B.  Michie  (wills  &  execu- 
try  departments) 
Sheriff  Clerk  Depute  at  Peterhead,  Thomas  Mackie 
Procurator  Fiscal  (Aberdeenshire),  Charles  Wilson  W.S 
Assistant  Fiscals,  Thomas  Maclennan  &  Robert  Lamb 
Auditor,  T.  R.  Gillies 

Bar  Officers,  William  Richardson  &  James  Diack 
Keeper  of  the  Court  House,  William  Richardson 
Court  Days,  Ordinary  Roll  at  Aberdeen,  Wednesday  &  fridav 
Small  Debt  Roll,  Thursday 
Debts  Recovery  Roll,  friday 
Court  Day  at  Peterhead,  friday 
Court  Day  at  Stonehaven,  Wednesday 

Messengers-at-Arms,  John  Milne  &  David  R.  Hendrv 
Aberdeen,  William  Sellar,  David  R.  Hendry  &  T.  L.'  Shaw 
Ballater,  John  Tester  Livingstone 
Banchory  Ternan,  William  Bremner 
Banff,  John  Mavor 
Ellon,  Alexander  Thomson 
Fraserburgh,  John  Baill'te 
Huntly,  Alexander  Scott 

Keith,  George  Tavlor,  Alex.  Thompson  &  A.  Macgregor 
Peterhead,  William  Brebner  &  J.  Traill  Hill 
Turriff,  George  Keith 


The  Ordinary  Small  Debt  Court  is  held  at  Aberdeen  every  thur6day 
at  10  o'clock  a.m. ;  &  Debts  Recovery  Court  on  fridays  at  10 
o'clock  a.m.  A  Small  Debt  Court  is  held  at  Peterhead  every 
friday  at  11  o'clock  a.m.,  except  the  last  friday  of  each  month, 
when  a  Debts  Recovery  &  Small  Debt  Court  is  held  at  Fraser- 

Circuit  Small  Debt  Courts  are  held  at  Turriff  on  the  first  monday 
of  March,  June,  September  &  December ;  at  Huntly  on  the 
second  monday  of  each  of  these  months;  &  at  Fraserburgh 
(where  a  Debts  Recovery  Court  is  also  held)  on  the  last  friday 
of  each  month  during  session,  &  also  in  September.  W.  W. 
Lumsden,  Huntly;  John  Ross,  Turriff;  &  J.  M.  Anderson, 
Fraserburgh,  are  the  persons  who  will  respectively  issue  sum- 
monses &c.  to  be  brought  in  those  Courts 





Advocates'  hall,  10  Broad  street;  T  N  79. 
President,  John  Whyte 
Librarian,  Douglass  Duncan 
Treasurer,  Gray  Campbell  Fraser 
Secretary,  Douglass  Duncan,  advocate 



Woolmanhill ;  T  N  182  ;  offices,  27  Exchange  street. 

Consulting  Physicians,  P.  Blaikie  Smith  II. D.  &.  James  Rodeev  M.D 

Physicians,  Angus  Fraser  M.D.,  David  W.  Finlay  M.D.,  F.E.CF. 

Lond.  &  G.  M.  Edmond  M.D 
Assistant   Physicians,   John    Gordon  M.D.,   A.   H.   Lister   M.B., 

CM.  &  Ashley  W.  Mackintosh  M.D 
Consulting  Surgeons,  Alexander  Ogston  M.D.  &  J.  C.  0.  Will  M.D 
Surgeons,  B.  J.  Garden  M.D.,  CM.,   J.   McK.  Booth  M.A.,  M.D., 

CM.  &  J.  S.  Biddell  M.A.,  M.B.,  CM 
Assistant  Surgeons,  William  Sinclair  M.B.,  CM.,  John  Marnoch 

M.B.,  CM.  &  H.  M.  W.  Gray  M.B.,  CM 
Ophtha'mic    Surgeon,    Charles    H.    Usher    M.B.,    B.Ch. Cantab., 

Gvnreeologist,  William   Stephenson  M.D.,   F.E.CS.Edin 
Dental  Surgeons,  James  M.  P.  Crombie  M.B.,  CM.,  L.D.S.Eng. 

&  John  Cromar  L.D.S.Edin 
Pathologist,  David  James  Hamilton  M.B.,  F.E.CS.Edin 
Assistant  Pathologist,  George  Mellis  Duncan  M.B.,  CM 
Anesthetist,  James  J.  Young  Dalgarno  M.B.,  CM 
Assistant  Ana=stlietist,  W.  K.  Pirie  M.B.,  CM 
Medical  Electrician,  John  B.  Levack  M.B.,  CM 
Clinical  Registrar,   John  F.  Christie  M.B.,  CM 
Eesident  Medical  Officers,  James  A.  Tolmie  M.B.,  Ch.B.,  Cecil 

F.  M.  E.  Le  Fanu  M.B..  Ch.B.,  Frederick  W.  Ellis  M.B.,  CM. 

&  A.  B.  Walker  M.B.,  CM 
Superintendent,  Charles  Angus  M.B.,  CM 
Chaplain,  Eev.  Eobert  Lippe  LL.D 
Clerk  &  Treasurer  &  Factor  for  the  Hospital  Lands,  Charles  M. 

Brown,  343  Union  6treet 
Dispenser,  Edward  0.  Allan 
Auditor,  George  G.  Whyte  CA 
Engineer,  Archibald  Preston 
Lecturers  on  Clinical  Medicine,  Angus  Fraser  M.D.,  David   W. 

Finlav  M.D.  &  G.  M.  Edmond  M.D 
LectureYs  on  Clinical  Surgery.  E.  J.  Garden  M.D.,  J.  M'Kenzie 

Booth  M.D.  &  J.  Scott  Bidden  M.B.,  CM 


Offices,  343  Union  street. 
Superintendent.  Charles  Angus  M.B.,  CM 
Matron,  Miss  Mary  Marr 
Treasurer,  Charles  M.  Brown 



Barnett's  close. 

President,  The  Lord  Provost 

Secretaries  &  Treasurers,  Watt-  &  Cumine,  183a,  Union  street 

Medical  Attendants,  William  Findlay  M.A.,  M.B.,  CM.,  Albert 
Henderson  M.B.,  CM.,  Alexander  T.  G.  Beveridge  M.A., 
M.B.,  CM.  &  J.  J.  Y.  Dalgarno  M.A.,  M.B.,  CM 

Public  Vaccinator  &  Obstetric  Physician,  Eobert  G.  McKerron 
M.A.,  M.B.,  CM 

Surgeon-Dentist,  W.  P.  Bobertson 

Dispenser,  William  A.  Beedie 

Obstetric  Nurse,  Miss  Scott 

Castle  terrace;  T  N  88. 
Chairman  of  Directors,  Sir  Thomas  Burnett  bart.  of  Leys 
Hon.  Treasurer  &  Secretary,  D.  M.  M.  Milligan,  advocate 
Consulting  Physician,  Professor  Stephenson  M.D 
Senior  Physician,  Eobert  G.  McKerron  M.B.,  CM 
Junior  Physician,  George  Gibb  M.B.,  CM 
Senior  Surgeon,  Robert  John  Garden  M.D 
Junior  Surgeon,  George  Eose  M.B..  CM 
Ophthalmic  Surgeon,  Charles  H.  Usher  B.A.,  M.B.,  CM 
Pathologist,  George  M.  Duncan  M.B.,  CM 
Chloroformist,  Albert  Henderson  M.A.,  M.B.,  CM 
Dental  Surgeon,  A.  A.  De  Lessert  L.D.S.H.CS.I 
Hon.  Superintendent,  Miss  K.  M.  Lumsden 

(Established  1843),  60  Huntly  street. 
Clerk  &  Treasurer,  David  M.  M.  Milligan,  advocate 
rhysician,  A.  Eudolph  Galloway  M.A.,  M.B.,  CM 
Superintendent,  William  Meston 
Matron,  Mrs.  Stephen 

37  Belmont  street. 
Patron,  The  Duke  of  Bichmond  &  Gordon 
President  &  Convener,  The  Lord  Provost  of  Aberdeen 
Physician,  Angus  Fraser  M.D 
Treasurer  &  Secretary,  Alexander  Edmond,  jun 
Superintendent  &  Teacher,  Alexander  Pender 
Matron,  Mrs.  Pender 

Cunnigar  hill.  Park  road;  T  N  457. 
Visiting  Physician,  Matthew  Hay  M.D 
Resident  Physician,  James  S.  Laing  M.B.,   CM 
Matron,  Miss  Margaret  Frater 


Nazareth  house,  Claremont  street. 

Teachers,  Sisters  of  Nazareth 

Superioress,  Madame  M.  M.  Owen 

084  King  street,  Old  Aberdeen. 
Matron,  Miss  Helen  Addison 

Morningfield,  King's  gate ;    T  N  33G. 
Patron,  H.M.  The  Queen 
President,  The  Earl  of  Abe-deen. 
Vice-Presidents,  The  Lord  Provost  of  Aberdeen,  Right  Hon.  Lord 

Forbes,  John  Dove  Wilson  LL.D.  &  Sheriff  Brown 
Chairman  of  Committee,  The  Lord  Provost 
Medical  Officers,  George  M.  Edmond  &  Arthur  Lister 
Secretary  &  Treasurer,  Patrick  Cooper  M.A.  advocate 


Office,  115  Union  street. 
Secretary,  A.  I.  M'Connochie 

147  Hardgate. 
Superioress,  Eev.  Mother  Elizabeth 
Principal  Teacher,  Sister  Gertrude  Elizabeth  Mary 


144  King  6treet. 
Surgeon,  A.  Rudolph  Galloway  M.A.,  M.B.,  CM 
Secretaries    &    Treasurers,    Davidson    &    Garden,    advocates,    1-' 
Dee  street 

21  James  street  &  Mearns  street. 
Treasurer  &  Secretary,  George  Falconer 
Superintendent,  David  Coull 

Bay  view,  Spital. 
Sister  in  Charge,  Sister  Maria  Theresa 


Westburn  road;  office,  27  Exchange  street. 

Resident  Officials. 

Physician  &  Superintendent,  William  Reid  M  .D 

Senior  Medical  Assistant,  William  K.  Matthews  M.B.,  CM 

Junior    Medical   Assistants,   James   H.   Mackay  M.B.,    Ch  B.    & 

Arthur  L.  Sutherland 
Chaplains,  Rev.  Robert  Lippe  LL.D.  &  Eev.  Alexander  Anderson 

(Daviot  branch) 
Treasurer  &  Olerk,  Charles  M.  Brown 
Auditor,  George  G.  Whyte  CA 
Apothecary  &  Steward,  James  Kemp 
Head  Male  Attendant,  William  Morrice 
Head  Nurse,  Miss  Helen  J.  Boy 
Housekeeper,  Mrs.  Barber 

Ladies'  Companion  &  Housekeeper  at  Elmhill  House,  Mrs.  Pirio 
Steward  at  Daviot  branch,  David  Bobertson 
Matron  at  Daviot  branch,  Mrs.  Bobertson 


Victoria,  Watson  street,  Eobert  Walker,  superintendent 
Duthie,  Polmuir,  Peter  Harper,  superintendent 
Stewart,  Woodside,  George  Philip,  superintendent 


Aberdeen  Public  News  Eoom.Old  Corn  Exchange,  5  Hadden  street, 

Alexander  Inkson  M'Connochie  CA.  eeo 
Public   Library,    Eosemount   viaduct,    Alexander    W.    Bobertson 

M.A.,  J.P.  librarian  &  clerk;   Septimus  Pitt,  sub-librarian 


Her    Majesty's    Theatre    &    Opera   House,    Guild   street,    John 

Cavanah,  manager 
Palace  Theatre  of  Varieties,  Bridge  pi.  Ernest  Sheldon,  manager 


Aberdeen  Catholic  Hall  Co.  Limited,   North  Silver  street,  John 

Craigen,  sec. ;  John  Garden,  caretaker 
Aberdeen  &  Northern  Friendly  Society  Halls,  213  &  217  George 

Btreet,  J.  F.  M'Phail  Massie,  treasurer ;  James  Bobertson,  sec 
Aberdeen   Shipmasters'    Society  Hall,   22  Regent  quay,   James 

Archibald,  treasurer 
Advocates'  Hall  &  Library,  10  Broad  street,  Douglass  Duncan, 

advocate,  librarian 
County  Buildings,  Castle  street,  William  Murison,  county  clerk 

&  treasurer 
Court  Hall,  County  buildings,  Castle  street 
Market  Buildings,  Market  street,  Peter  Donald,  superintendent 
Masonic  Hall  (Aberdeen),  12  Exchange  street,  William  Gill,  sec. ; 

Samuel  Innes,  steward 
Mitchell's  Hospital,  9  Chanonry,  Old  Aberdeen 
Music  Hall  Buildings,    Union    street,    Aberdeen 

Music  Hall   Co.  Limited,  proprietors,  13  Bridge 

street;  Fraser  &  Duguid,  sees.;  T  N  249 
St.    Machar's   Hall,   Dunbar   street,   Old   Aberdeen,   John  Lew, 

Oddfellows'  Hall,  Crooked  lane 

Eoyal  Albert  Hall,  Huntly  street,  Adam  Matthew,  keeper 
St.  Katharine's  Hall,  Shiprow,  Miss  Kate  Cassidy.  manageress 
Town  Hall,  High  street,  Old  Aberdeen,  William  Lonie,  caretaker 
Trinity  Hall,  153  Union  street,  Robin  Beveridge,  convener 
Union  Halls,  St.  Paul  6treet,  John  Thomson,  proprietor 
Victoria  Hall.  Skene  terrace,  J.  F.  Donald,  manager 
Waverley  Hall,  St.  Paul  street,  Thomas  Cox,  lessee 

16       ABERDEEN. 




(Not  included  in  previous  lists.) 
Aberdeen  Corporation  Bath.*,  The  Links,  F.  H.   Lawrence,  supt 
Aberdeen  Harbour  Lifeboat  &  Life  Preserving  Apparatus  Station. 

The  Links  &  Footdee 
Aberdeen  Swimming  Bath  Co.  Limited,  Cunstitution  street,  Mrs. 
Agnes    Barber,    manageress,    173    Union    street ;     Williamson 
Booth,  see 
City  Tax  Office,  City  buildings;  2  Broad  street,  P.  M.  Cran,  col- 
lector ;  Robert  Williams,  cashier 
Fire    Engine    Stations,     Central,    King    street ;     Broad    street ; 
Fountainhall  road;   101  Chapel  street;  92  Causewayend;    Short 
loanings.  Old  Aberdeen  &  Woodside;  T  N  24 
Fish  Market  (Wet").  Commercial  road,  John  Moir,  supt 
Fishery  Office,  4G  Marischal  street,  James  Ingram,  officer 
Leading  Lights,  Torry. 'John  Walker,  keeper 
New  Market,  Market  "street,  Peter  Donald,  superintendent 
Powder  Magazines,  Old  Town  Links 
Pumping  Engine  Station,  Lime  street,  David  Gray,  engineer 


Aberdeen  Boat  Club,  Polmuir  John  Jameson,  jun.  hon.  sec 
Aberdeen  Bow'.ing  &  Lawn  Tennis  Club,  484  "Union  street,  Alex. 

Edward,  sec 
Aberdeen  Conservative  Club,  14  Union  terrace,  E.  R.  Lumsden, 

sec. ;   T  N  556 
Aberdeen  Curling  Club.  255  Union  street,  Richard  W.  K.  Bain  sec 
Aberdeen  Golf  Club,  Balgownie  Links,  M.  M.  Duncan  sec 
Aberdeen  Gymnastic  &  Rowing  Club,  Crown  street,  D.  Sinclair. 

hon.  sec 
Aberdeen  Gvmnastic  &  Rowing  Club,  Torry.  A.  K.  Gordon,  sec 
Aberdeen  Liberal  Club,   22  Market  street,  Alex.  Whincup,  sec 
Aberdeen  Skating,   Curling  &  Yachting  Co.  Limited,  137  Union 

street,  K.  M.  Simpson,  sec 
Aberdeen   Town    &    County    Ladies'    Club,    Palace   hotel,    Miss 

Smith,  sec 
Aberdeenshire  Cricket   Club,    Mannofie'.d,   James   M.   Pirie,  hon. 

sec.  Hammerfield  house 
Bon-Accord  Swimming  Club,  James  Gordon,  sec. South  Esplanade 

west,  Torry 
Bon-Accord  Golf  Club,  The  Links,  George  Forsyth,  sec 
Dee   Swimming  Club    &    Humane   Society,    South   side,    Victoria 

bridge,  George  Wood,  sec 
Ferry  hill    Bowling    &    Lawn    Tennis    Co.    Limited;     office,    115 

Union  street ;    ground,  Polmuir  road,  J.  A.  Simpson,  sec 
Great  Western  Road  Bowling  &  Tennis  Club  Limited,  22  Bridge 

street,  John  Murray,  sec 
Northern  Golf  Club,  119  Urouhart  road,  Peter  Neilson,  sec 
Roval  Northern  Club,    204  Union  street,   George  Cruden,   sec.; 

Edward  Erridge,  steward;  T  N  118 
Thistle  Swimming  Club,  South  Esplanade  west,  Torry,  A  Ellis, sec 
Union,   Harry  Wilson,  sec. ;   Henry  Hawlev.  steward.  Union  ter 
University   Culb,    13    Union  terrace,   W.    Kendall    Burnett   M.A. 

sec.  &  treasurer,  11  Belmont  street;  James  Weir,  steward 
Victoria  Golf  Club,   The  Links,  Alexander  Cooper,  sec 


Aberdeen  &  District  Ayrshire  Association,  154  Union  street, 
George  Newlands,  sec.   &,  treasurer 

Aberdeen  &  North  of  Scotland  Society  of  Chemists  &  Druggists, 
21  Bridge  street,  A.   Strachan,  sec 

Aberdeen  Artists'  Society,  130  Union  st.  A.  E.  Smith,  jun.  sec 

Aberdeen  Association  for  the  Prevention  of  Cruelty  to  Animals, 
173  Union  street,  Alexander  J.  R.  Thain,  sec 

Aberdeen  Association  for  Improving  the  Condition  of  the  Poor, 
Castle  street,  Peter  Diack,  sec.  &  superintendent 

Aberdeen  Association  for  the  Improvement  of  the  Dwellings  of 
the  Labouring  Classes  Limited,  12  Dee  street,  John  Whyte,  sec 

Aberdeen  Catholic  Association,  North  Silver  street,  George  A. 
Wilson,  president;  James  Grant,  hon.  sec 

Aberdeen  Choral  Union,  38  Union  street,  John  McBaen,  sec 

Aberdeen  Conservative  Association,  5  Market  street,  Alexander 
J.  Brander,  see 

Aberdeen  Discharged  Prisoners'  Aid  Society.  Castle  street,  Peter 
Diack,  sec 

Aberdeen  Granite  Association,  81  Union  street,  James  Thorn 
Jeffrey,  sec 

Aberdeen  Highland  Association,  123£  Union  street,  Hugh  Mac- 
donald,  sec.  &  35a,  Union  st.  George  Wilson,  hon.  sec.  &  treas 

Aberdeen  House  Proprietors'  Association,  81  Union  street,  James 
Thorn  Jeffrey,  sec 

Aberdeen  Ladies'  Union  &  Working  Girls'  Home,  19  Marischal 
street,  Mrs.  Isobel  Sheriden,  matron 

Aberdeen  Liberal  Association,  26  King  street,  John  S.  Watt, 
sec;  T  N  272 

Aberdeen  Liberal  Unionist  Association,  2  Union  ter.  J.E.Rae,sec 

Aberdeen  Master  House  Carpenters'  Association,  4  Bridge  street, 
H.  Peterkin,  sec 

Aberdeen  Medico-Chirurgical  Society;  hall,  29  King  st.  (instituted 
1789);  Thos.  Milne  M.A.,  M.D.,  CM.  president;  Professor  Wm. 
Stephenson  M.D.,  F.R.C.S.Edin.  vice-president;  Jn.  Marnoch 
M.A.,  M.D.,  CM.  sec;  Ashley  W.  Mackintosh  M.A.,  M.D., 
CM.  recording  sec;  John  Gordon  M.D.,  CM.  treasurer; 
William  Findlay  M.B.,  CM.  librarian;  Angus  Fraser  M.A., 
M.D.,  George  Rose  M.B.,  CM.,  D.P.H.,  James  Rodger  M.A., 
M.B.,  CM.,  George  M.  Edmond  M.A.,  M.D.,  CM.,  James 
MacKenzie  Booth  M.A..  M.D.,  CM.  &  George  Williamson 
M.A.,  M.B.,  CM.   council;  Thomas  Morice,  hallkeeper 

Aberdeen  Philosophical  Society,  Joseph  Ogilvie  M.A.,  LL.D. 
president;  Alexander  Bain  M.A.,  LL.D.,  John  Dove  Wilson 
LL.D.,  Alexander  Forbes,  Rev.  Geoorge  Pirie  M.A.  LL.D.  & 
Alexander  Walker  LL.D.,  F.S.A.Scot.  vice-presidents;  James 
Moir  LL.D.  62  Hamilton  place,  sec;  W.  Milne  C.A.  147  Union 
street,   trensurer 

.\Wdeen  Temperance  Society,  55  Belmont  stieet,  Matthew- 
Edwards,  Bee 

Aberdeen  United  Trades'  Council,  47  &  49  Belmont  street,  Willian» 

Johnston,  sec 
Agricultural  Research  Association,  10  Belmont  street,  T.  Jamieson 

F.I.C  director 
City  of  Aberdeen  Land  Association,  3  Golden  square,  Wa'.ker  & 

Duncan,  surveyors 
District  Nursing  Association,  3  Castle  hill,  Miss  Isabella  Arm 

strong,  matron:  Miss  Katherine  Lumsden,  sec 
Institute  of  Journalists  (Aberdeen  &  North-East  of  Scotland  Dis 

trict),  Thomas  P.  Gill,  30  Union  street,  hon.  sec 
National   Registration    of   Plumbers,    177   Union   street,   Wi'.Hair. 

Sutherland,  sec 
North-East  Coast  Mission,  322  Holburn  st.  David  Ross,  supt.A-  sec 
Primrose    League    (St.    Nicholas    Habitation),    5    Market    street, 

Alexander  J.  Brander,  hon.  sec 
Royal  Horticultural  Society  of  Aberdeen,  81  Uniun  street,  J.  B. 

Rennet,  sec 
Royal  National   Life  Boat  Institution,   W.   Milne  Gibson,   sec.   8 

Gaelic  lane 
Royal   Northern  Agricultural   Society,   35   Market  street,   Robert 

R.  Ross,  sec 
Royal   Scottish  Geographical  Society,   255  Union  street,   Richard 

W.  K.  Bain,  sec 
St.  Andrew's  Ambulance  Association  (Aberdeen  centre  of),  Wm. 

Smith,  sec  201  Union  street 
Scotch    Gins'   Friendly  Society,   "2   Belmont  street,   Miss  Jessie 

Gillan,  sec 
Scottish  C'erks'   Association,   James  A.  Mitchell,   agent,  6  Con- 
stitution street 
Scottish  Musical  Society,  11  Belmont  st.  W.  Kendall  Burnett,  sec 
Scottish   Shopkeepers'   &  Assistants'  Union,  123£  Union  street, 

Hugh  Macdonald,  sec 
Shipmasters'   Society,  22  Regent  quay,  James  Archibald,  treas 
Shipping  Federation  Lim.   -±i  Regent  quav   Lachlan  Mackinnon, 

youngest,  district  sec ;   George  G.  Gordon,  registrar 
Shore  Porters'    Society.    34  Marischal   street ;    T  N  409 ;    James 

Chrystnll,  deacon ;  William  Ocre,  boxmaster 
Snciefy  <if  Accountants  in  Aherdeen,  George  G.  Whyte. president ; 

Walter  A.  Reid  F.F.A.  sec. ;  James  Milne,  jun.  librarian 
Society    of    Solicitors    in    Aberdeen,    189    Union    street,    Henry 

Peterkin,  president;    Alexander  Wilson,   sec   &  treastirer ;    J. 

Oraigen,  librarian 
Young    Men's    Christian    Association,    198    Union   street,    James 

Montgomery,   sec 
Young  Women's  Christian  Institute,  28  Union  terrace,  Mrs.  Gray 

Fraser,  sec 

See  also  under  Societies  &  Associations  in  Trades  Directory. 


H.M.S.    "  Clyde,"  5th   Rate,  8  Guns,  1,447  Tons. 
Drill  Ship  for  the  Royal  Naval  Reserve,  moored  in  Victoria  basin. 
Commander,  James  P.  Montgomery 
Fleet   Surgeon,  Richard  Gavin  Brown  M.B.,  CM 
Fleet  Pnvmaster.  Benjamin  Urwick 
Chief  Gunner,  George  Hackney 

Inspecting  Officer,  Commander  Patrick  C.  Dudgeon 
Chief  Officers,  Bridge  of  Don,  John  Mahoney  &  William  Leary, 

Chief   Baatmen-in- Charge,    Cornelius  Mahoney.   Cove  Bav    Wm. 

Martin,   Muchalls  :  William    Biookshaw,   Collieston  &  Thomas 

Emberton,  Belhelvie 
Chief  Boatmen,  William  Beagley,  Port  Erroll  &  Thomas  Dennard, 


The  above  are  all  Life-Saving  Apparatus  stations. 



2nd  Sub-District  Scottish  District 

Castle  Hill  Barracks. 

Officer-Commanding    Militia    &   Volunteer    Artillery,    Lieut. -Col. 

Lord  Plavfair  R.A^. 
District  Officer  (Adjutant  2nd  Sub-District),Lt.  J.  A.  Williams  R.A 


The  75th  Regimental  District  Territorial  Regiment. 

The  Gordon  Highlanders,  1st  Battalion  75th  foot,  2nd  Battalion 

92nd  Foot  &  3rd  Battalion  Royal  Aberdeenshire  Militia. 

Depot,  Gordon  Highlanders,  Castle  Hill  Barracks. 

Commanding  Regimental  District,  Col.  H.  H.  Mathias  C.B.,  A.D.C 

Depot  Officers. 
Major,  Bt  Lieut.-Col.  Forbes  Macbean 
Captain,   A.  D.  Greenhill-Gardvne 
Lieutenants,  P.  S.  Allan  &  W.'M.  K.  Marshall 
Medical  Officer,  Surgeon-Lieut. -Col.  Charles  M.  MacQuibban  M.D 
Quartermaster,  Lieut.  T.  Burns 
Sergeant-Major,  W.  A.  Pirie 

Station  Pav  Office,  Castle  Hill  Barracks. 
Staff  Paymaster,  Captain  A.  G.  Smith 
3rd  Battn.  Gordon  Highlanders,  The  Royal  Aberdeenshire  Militia. 

King  Street  Barracks. 
Lieut.-Col.  Commanding,  Hon.  Col.  The  Earl  of  Kintore  G.C.M.G 
Major,  W.  J.  B.  Stewart-Menzies 
Instructor  of  Musketry,  Capt.  A.  H.  Leith 
Adjutant,  Captain  R.  S.  Hunter-Blair 
Quartermaster,  Hon.  Lieut.  T.  Burns 

Medical  Officer,  Surgeon-Lieut. -Col.  C.  M.  Macquibban  M.D 
Sergeant-Major,  John  Fisher  Brown 

Artillery — 1st  Aberdeenshire. 
Orderly  Room.  North  Silver  street;    T  N  338. 
Lieut.-Col.  Commanding.  Hon.  Col.  James  Ocston  V.D 
Maiors.  G.  Milne  V.D.  (hon.  lieut.-col.)  &  J.  Duguid 
Adjutant,  Captain  A.  Bayspoole  R.A 





Medical    Officers,    Surgeon-Lieut. -Col.     J.    Rodger    M.A.,    M.D., 

V.D.  &  Surgeon-Capt.  J.  Marnoch  M.A.,  M.B 
Acting  Chaplain,  Rev.  R.  H.  Fisher 
Captains  of  Aberdeen  Companies:  No.  1,  J.  C.  0.  Couper;  No.  2, 

J.  P.  Miller;  No.  3,  J.  Cook:  No.  4,  J.  P.  R.  White;  No.  6, 

W.  D.  Adam  (hon.  major);    No.  6,  M.  M.   Duncan  &  No.    7, 

A.  L.  Miller 
Sergeant-Major,  H.  Rideoufc 
Sergeant-Instructors,  D.  McLaren  &  II.  Casson 

First  Aberdeenshire  Volunteers,   Royal  Engineers  (Fortress). 
Orderly  Room,  50  Hardgate. 
Hod.  Colonel,  Sir  Arthur  H.  Grant,  of  Monymusk 
Lieut-Col.  Commanding,  Hon.  Col.  Robert  Henry  Anstice 
Major  W.  S.  Gill 
Captains,  G.  A.   Cornwall,  J.  B.  Millar,  A.  P.   Milne,  J.  Laing, 

W.  Dyack  &  H.  J.  Kinghorn 
Lieutenants,  D.  M.  Strath,  G  L.  Grant,  W.  Webster  &  J.  Reid 
Second-Lieutenants,  R.  A.  Duthie  &  A.  R.  Brown 
Adjutant,  Major  A.  D.  Meeres  R.E 
Quartermaster,  J.   Mortimer 
Medical   Officers,    Surgeon-Capts.   J.    J.   T.   Dalgarno   M.B. ;    W. 

Sinclair  M.B.  &  Surg. -Lieut.  A.  Henderson  M.B 
Acting  Chaplain,  Rev.  J.  Cooper  D.D.,  V.D 
Sergeant-Major,  Thomas  Gordon  R.E 
Sergeant-Instructors,  Robert  Benfield  &  J.  H.  Hall 


Aberdeen  Brigade. 

Head  Quarters,  60  Schoolhill. 

Commanding  Brigade,  Major-Gen.  Francis  Shirley  C.M.G.,  M.P 


Brigade  Major,  Lieut-Col.  G.  B.  M.  Cumberland 

Supply  &  Transport  Officer,  Capt.  J.  A.  Horton,  4  V.B.  Gordon 

Senior     Medical     Officer.     Brigade-Surgeon-Lieut. -Col.     William 

Paterson  V.D.,  M.A.  M.D 

1st  Volunteer  Battalion  The  Gordon  Highlanders. 
Orderly  Room,  Woolmanhill;  T  N  636. 
Lieut. -Col.  Commanding,  Hon.  Col.  Douglas  Duncan  V.D 
Majors,  Hon.  Lt.-Cols.  G.  Cruden  V.D.  &  Lachlan  Mackinnon  V.D 
Adjutant,  Capt.  Hector  Macneal 
Instructor  of  Musketry,  Lieut.   J.  R.  Elsmie 
Medical    Officers,    Surgeon-Lieut, -Col.    Patrick    B.    Smith    V.D., 

M.D.  &  Surgeon-Captain  G.  M.  Bdmond  V.D.,  M.D 
Hon.  Chaplain,  Rev.  J.  A.  M'Clymont  D.D 
Quartermaster,  A.  Edmond 
Commanders  of  Companies :  A,  Capt.  D.  B.  D.  Stewart ;  B,  Capt. 

•G-.  H.  Spence ;  0,  Hon.  Major  J.  Whyte  V.D. ;   D,  Capt  J.  R. 

Dean;  E,  Capt.  A.  J.  R.  Thain;  F,  Capt.  J.  Ewing;    G.  Capt. 

J.  B.  Buchanan;  I,  Hon.  Major  0.  S.  Gordon  V.D. ;  K,  Capt. 

H.  J.  Jopp ;   L,  Capt.  J.   C.  Bennett  &  University   Co.   Capt. 

W.  O.  Duncan 
Sergeant-Major,  William  Walker 
Sergeant-Instructors,  J.  Stowe  &  E.  H.  Richmond 

4th  (Donside  Highland)  Volunteer  Battalion,  The  Gordon 
Head  Quarters,   60   Schoolhill. 
Lieut. -Col.  Commanding,  Hon.  Col.  G.  Jackson  V.D 
Majors,  Hon.  Lieut-Cols.  J.  Smith  V.D.  &  W.  E.  Grassiok  V.D 
Instructor  of  Musketry,  Capt.  J.  McGregor 
Adjutant,  Capt.  The  Hon.  W.  R.  D.  Forbes 
Quartermaster,  J.   Hopkins 

Medical    Officer,    Brigade-Surgeon-Lieut-Col.     William    Paterson 
V.D.,  M.A.,  M.D 

For  other  Battalions  comprising  the  Brigade,  see  p.  6. 

Scottish  District  Volunteer  Medical  Staff  Corps. 

Aberdeen  Company. 

Head  Quarters,  48  Victoria  street. 

Surgeon-Capt-in-Command,  James  MacKenzie  Booth  M.A.,  M.D., 

Company  Officers,  Surgeon-Captain  J.  Scott  Riddell  M.A.,  M.B., 

CM.  &  Surgeon-Lieut.  Ashley  W.  Mackintosh  M.A.,  M.D 
Quartermaster,  Alfred  A.  De  Lessert  L.D.S 
Chaplain,  Rev.  James  Smith  M.A.,  B.D 
Sergeant-Instructor,  J.  H.  Humphries 

Aberdeenshire  Volunteer  Artillery  &  Rifle  Association. 

(Embracing  the  North  East  Counties  of  Scotland.) 

Office,  22  Bridge  street,  Aberdeen. 

Patron,  The  Queen 

Secretary  &  Treasurer,  George  Cruden,  lieut.-col.  1st  V.  B.  G.  H 


Allenvale,   James  Williams,  superintendent 

Nellfield,  Great  Western  road 

Trinity,  King  street,  John  Duthie,  superintendent 

Springbank,   Mannofield,  James  Mackie,  superintendent 

St  Peter's,  King  street,  James  D.  Ewing,  superintendent 


With  the  Clergy  &  times  of   Services. 

Union  street  (East),  Rev.  George  Walker  M.A.,  B.D. ;  11  a  m    & 

6.30  p.m.;   pop.  3,657 
Union  street  (West),  Rev.  Robert  Howie  Fisher  B.D. ;   11  a  m 

&  6.30  p.m.;   pop.  5,853 

King  street  (North),  Rev.  William  M.  Wilson;  11  a.m.  &  6  p.m. ; 

pop.  11,413 
Belmont  street  (South),   Rev.   W.   D.   Scott  B.D. ;    11  a.m.  &  6 

p.m. ;  pop.  2,589 
Craigiebuckler,    Countesswells    road,    Rev.    James    N.    Cuthbert 

M.A..  B.D. ;   11.30  a.m.  &  6  p.m 
Ferryhill,  Rev.  Henry  W.  Wright;  11  a.m.  &  6.30  p.m.  ;pop.  6.204 
Greyfriars,  Broad  street,  Rev.   Gordon  J.  Murray  M.A.,  B.D. ; 

11  a,m.  &  6  p.m.;  pop.  5,846 
St.    Clement's,    St    Clement   street,   Rev.    C.   C.   Macdonald;    11 

a.m.  &  6  p.m. ;  pop.  8,628 
Holburn.  Holburn   street,  Rev.  James  A.  M'Clymont  B.D. ;   11 

a.m.  &  6.30  p.m. ;  pop.  16.504 
John  Knox's,  Mounthooly,  Rev.  Duncan  H.  Brodie  M.A.,  B.D. ; 

11  a.m.  &  6  p.m. ;  pop.  7,017 
Gilcomston,  Summer  street,  Rev.  W.  Brebner  M.A. ;   11  a.m.  & 

6.30  p.m. ;  pop.  14,734 
Mannofield.  Rev.  William  Forbes  M.A. ;    11   a.m.  &  6.30  p.m. ; 

pop.  1.236 
Powis,  Rev.  Thomas  David  Watt  M.A. :   11  a.m.  &  6.30  p.m 
Rubislaw,  Queen's  cross,  Rev.  Robert  Thomson  M.A. ;  11  a.m.  & 

6.30  p.m. ;  pop.  4,506 
Rosemount  terrace,  Rev.  William  Borland  M.A.,  B.D. ;    11  a.m. 

&  6.30  p.m.;  pop.  11,838 
Ruthrieston,  Rev.  Kenneth  D.  McLaren:   11.30  a.m.  &  6.30  p.m 
St.  George's  in  the  West,  John  street,  Rev.  James  Smith  B.D. ; 

11  n.m.  &  6.30  p.m. :  pop.  4,303 
Old  Machar,  Old  Aberdeen,  Rev.  George  Jamieson  D.D.  &  Rev. 

John  Calder  M.A. :  11  a.m.  &  6  p.m. ;  pop.  3,681 
Trinity,  Marischal  street,  Rev.  Robert  Slessor  M.A. ; 

6  p.m.  ;  pop.  2.460 
Woodsirle,  Rev.  John  Fairlev  MA. :  11  a.m.  &  6  n.m.  : 
Cults  (Mission),  Rev.  Charles  Sinclair  Christie  M.A. ; 

&  6  p.m 

11  a.m.  & 

pop.   6,461 
11.30  a.m. 

Oausewayend,  Rpv.  James  Alex.  Russe'l  M.A. ;  11  a.m.  &  6  p.m 
Belmont  street  (East),  Rev.  C.  H.  Todd:  11  a.m.  &  6  p.m 
Crown  street  (Trinity),    Rev.   Andrew  Doak   M.A. ;    11  a.m.   & 

6  p.m 
Bon-Accord  street  (West),  Rev.  George  Webster  Thomson  E.A. ; 

11  a.m.  &  6  p.m 
Ferryhill;    11  a.m.  &  6.30  p.m 

Werrard  street  (John  Knox's),  Rev.  Rt.  Macleod  :  11  a.m.  &  6  p  m 
Commerce  street,  Rev.  A.  Murray  Scott  M.A. ;  11  r.  m.  &  6  p.m. ; 

wed.  7.30  p.m 
Queen  street  (North),  Rev.  Francis  Renton  Barry;  11  a.m.  &  6  p.m 
Ruthrieston,  Rev.  Robert  Semple  B.A. ;  11,30  a.m.  &  6  p.m 
Correction  wynd  (Melville),  Rev.  W.  S.  Swanson  M.A. ;  11  a.m. 

&  6  p.m 
Union  terrace  (Bon-Accord),  Rev.   Hector  M    Adam  M.A. ;   11 

a.m.  &  6  p.m 
Dee  street)  (St,  Columba),  Rev.  Archibald  F.  Campbell;   11  a.m. 

&  2.30  &  6.30  p.m 
Gallowgate,  Rev.  James  Goodall;  11  a.m.  &  6  p.m 
Giicomston,   Union   street,   Rev.   Robert  Forgan  B.D. ;    11   a.m. 

&  6  p.m 
Greyfriars,  George  street,  Rev.  William  Smith;  11  a.m.  &  6  p.m 
High,  Belmont  street,  Rev.  Henry  W.  Bell  M.A. ;  11  a.m.  &  6  p.m 
Holburn,  Great  Western  road,  Rev.  Andrew  M'Queen  M.A.,  B.D. ; 

11.16  a.m.  &  6.30  p.m 
Queen's  cross,  Rev.  Martin  Lewis  B.A. ;  11  a.m.  &  6.30  p.m 
Rosemount  viaduct  (South),  Rev.  W.  Mackintosh  Mackay  B.D. ; 

11  a.m.  &  6  p.m 
Old  Aberdeen,  Rev.  Duncan  Maclean  M.A.,  B.D. ;  11  a.m.  &  6  p.m 
Rutherford,  Loanhead  terrace,  Rev.  James  S.  Stewart;   11  a.m. 

&  6  p.m 
St.  Clement's.  Castle  terrace,  Rev.  Andrew  D.  Donaldson  M.A. ; 

11  a.m.  &  6  p.m. ;  wed.  7.30  p.m 
Torry,   Victoria  road,  Rev.  Edward  Brown  M.A. ;   11  a.m.   &  6 

p.m. ;   thurs.  7  p.m 
Cults,  Rev.  Hugh  Morrison;  11.30  a.m.  &  6  p.m 
Union,  Shiprow,  Rev.  Geo.  M'Murray  Ross  M.A. ;  11  a.m.  &  6  p.m 
Woodside,  Rev.  Andrew  Dickson ;  11  a.m.  &  6  p.m 

Bishop,  Hon.  &  Right  Rev.  Arthur  Gascoigne  Douglas  D  D      Or- 
,0£?"ild'  185J!  consecrated,  1883;  res.  Bishop's  court,  Aberdeen 
1896,  Dean,  Very  Rev.  William  Walker  LL.D.The  Rectory,  Mony- 

musk,  Aberdeenshire 
1896,    Synod   Clerk,    Rev.   James  Wiseman  M.A.    The   Rectory 

Buxburn,  Aberdeen 

Bishop's    Chaplain. 
1884,  Canon  The  Hon.  Henry  Douglas  M.A.  St  Paul's, Worcester 
,„„.  Examining  Chaplain. 

1887,  Rev.  John  Henry  Burn  B.D.The  Rectory,  Deer.Mintlaw  Stn 
1881,  Diocesan  Inspector  of  Schools,  Rev.  James  Petrie  B.A.  The 

Rectory,  Alford  R.S.O 
Chancellor^  Worshipful  Geo.Auldjo  Jamieson  M.A..C.A.  Edinburgh 
Diocesan  Registrar  &  Treasurer,  John  P.  Cumine,  advocate,  183a, 

Union  street,  Aberdeen 
Auditor,  James  Turreff,  Aberdeen 
Secretary,  James  Taylor  S.S.C.  245  Union  street,  Aberdeen 

SV.  AnarS.w's.   £mg    ^reet,   Rev.   James   Myers   Danson  M.A., 
„„''  a T?,T-  ,J,ames  °-    Smith  M-A-   curate:    11  a.m.    &   6.30 
p.m.;   daily    11  a  m. ;  thurs.  8  a.m.;  wed.  &  fri.  7.30  p.m 

i  Jn  T?,Ck"  S'  Bl,el29lde.   °ults,  Hev.  F.  W.  S.  le  Lieore  M.A. ;  &  11  a.m.  &  6  p.m 

St  James's    Holburn  street,  Rev.  Angus  M.  Mackay  B.A. ;    11 

a.m.  &  6.30  p.m 
St    John's    St.  John's  place,  Hev.  R.  Cruickshank  M.A.  rector; 

11  a.m.  &  $.30  p.m 


18       ABERDEEN, 



St.    Margaret's,    Gallowgate,    Eev.    Frank   P.    'Williamson    M.A. 
incumbent;    Eev.    Alexander  J.    S.    Melville  M.A.   curate;    8, 

10  &  11  a.m.  &  6.30  p.m. ;  daily,  7.30  a.m.  &  8  p.m 

St.  Mary's,  Carden  place,  Eev.  Francis  William  Christie  M.A. ; 

8  &  11  a.m.  &  6.30  p.m 
St.  Paul's,  Loch  street,  Eev.  Edwin  E.  Marshall  M.A.  rector;  11 

a.m.  &  6.30  p.m 
St.  Andrew's  Chapel  of  Ease,  Mannofield 
St.   Clement's   (Mission),  Prince  Eegent  street,    Eev.   Eobert   C. 

Boss  B.A 
St.  Peter's,  Victoria  road,  Torry,  Eev.  William  D.  Innes,  rector; 

11  a.m.  &  6.30  p.m 

Belmont  street,  Eev.  David  Beatt  D.D. ;  11  a.m.  &  6  p.m 
Charlotte  street,  Eev.  Matthew  G-albraith  M.A. ;  11  a.m.  &  6  p.m 
Carden  place,  Eev.  Archibald  Young  M.A. ;  11  a.m.  &  6.30  p.m 
St.  Paul  street,  Eev.  Donald  Grant  Fairley ;  11  a.m.  &  G  p.m 
Nelson  street,  Eev.  Archibald  Campbell ;  11  a.m.  &  6  p.m 
St.  Nicholas,  "Union  grove,  Holburn;    11  a.m.  &  6  p.m 
Woodside,  Eev.  John  Ure  M.A. ;    11  a.m.  &  6  p.m 

Roman  Catholic  Diocese  of  Aberdeen,  Eight  Eev,  Aeneas  Chis- 

holm  D.D.,  LL.D.  bishop 
Cathedral  of  St.  Mary's  of  the  Assumption,  Huntly  street,  Eight 

Eev.  Aeneas  Chisholm  D.D.,  LL.D.  bishop  ;-Yery  Eev.  James 

MacGregor,    administrator ;    Bevs.    James    Slorach   &   Andrew 

Grant,  priests;  sun.  8  &  11  a.m,  &  6  p.m.;  week  days,  7.30  & 

8  a.m. ;   fri.  7.30  p.m 
St.    Peter's,   Chapel  court,  Justice  street,  Eev.  Tom  MacDonald 

P.P.;    9  &  11  a.m.  &  6  p.m.;   fri.  7.30  p.m 
Tanfield   walk  (St.   Joseph's),  Woodside,   Eev.   Charles  Devine; 

11.15  a.m.  &  6  p.m 

Baptist:  — 

Crown  terrace  (English),    Eev.   William  Stewart  Chedburn ;    11 
a.m.  &  6  p.m 

Academy  street  (Scotch) ;    11  a.m.  &  6  p.m 
George  street  (Mission  church),  Eev.  Alexander  Bisset  M.A. ; 
11  a.m.  &  6  p.m 

Union  g:o.  Eev.  S.  G.  Woodrow;  11  a.m.  &  6  p.m. ;  wed.  8  p.m 
Catholic  Apostolic,  14  Bon- Accord  terrace,  Eev.  W.  E.  Stevenson; 
10.15  a.m.  &  5,15  p.m. ;    daily,  6.15  a.m.  &  5.15  p.m 

Congregational : — 
Park  street,  Eev.  E.  M.  Cairney;  11  a.m.  &  6  p.m 
Belmont  street,  Eev.  James  Stark;    11  a.m.  &  6  p.m 
Skene  street,  Eev.  E.  Branch  Mahon  B.A. ;  11  a.m.  &  6.30  p.m 
Shiprow  (Trinity),  Eev.  John  Duncan;  11  a.m.  &  6  p.m 
Woodside,  Eev.  George  Coates  Milne;  11  a.m.  &  6  p.m 
Bon-Accord  terrace,  Eev.  John  I.  Martin;   11  a.m.  &  6  p.m 

Evangelical  Union:  — 
St.  Paul  street,  Eev.  Alexander  Brown;  11  a.m.  &  6  p.m 
John  street,  Eev.  Alex.  Stewart  M.D.,  LL.D.  11  a.m.  &  6  p.m 

Friends'  Meeting  House,  Diamond  st. ;  10.30  a.m. ;  wed. 10.30  a.m 

Original  Secession,  Skene  terrace;  11  a.m.  '&  2.30  p.m 

Christian  Brethren,  Crimon  place;   11  a.m.  &  6.30  p.m 

Plymouth  Brethren,  19a,  Victoria  street;  6.30  p.m 

Unitarian,  George  street,  Eev.  Alex.  Webster;  11  a.m.  &  6  p.m 

Wesleyan  Methodist,  Crown  ter.  Eev.  Frederic  Piatt  M.A.,  B.D 

Wesleyan  Methodist  Mission,  Castle  street;  2.30  &  7.15  p.m 

Salvation  Army  Barracks,  Castle  street 

Gospel  Hall,  6  St.  Paul's  street 

Gordon  Evangelist  Mission,  Justice  street,  John  Anderson, supt. ; 

10.30  a.m.    &  6  p.m 
Jewish  Synagogue,  Eev,  Morris  Cohen 


Schools  &  Colleges. 

852  King  street— T  N  148. 
The  Trust  embraces  the  Boys'  &  Girls'  Hospital  School  &  the 
.    Girls'  Home  &  School  of  Domestic  Economy. 
Clerk,  Treasurer  &  Factor  to  the  Trust,  Alex.  Simpson,  advocate 
Assistant  Secretary,  William  M.  Cooper 
Lady  Superintendent,  Miss  Helen  Johnston 

George  street. 
Under  the  charge  of  the  General  Assembly's  Education 
Sub-Committee  in  Aberdeen. 
Directors,  Professor  Henry  Cowan  D.D.  convener;  Professor  W. 
P.  Paterson  D.D. ;  Professor  James  W.  H.  Trail  M.D.,  F.E.S. ; 
Eev.  W.  H.  Fisher  B.D.  &  Alexander  Simpson  esq 
Secretary,  George  A.   Simpson  esq.  advocate,  £2  Bridge  street 
Treasurer,   George  Cruden  esq.  advocate,  22  Bridge  street 

Training  College  for  Male  &  Female  Teachers 
Rector,  Joseph  Ogilvie  M.A.,  LL.D 
Lecturers,  Charles  McGregor  M.A.  &  James  Taylor 
Lady  Superintendent,   Miss  Morrison 
Music,  J.  Kirby  &  J.  M.  Nisbet 
Drawing,  George  Ogg 
German,  Miss  Clarke 
Pi  i 'noli.  Miss  Cleland 
Elocution,  Alfred  Macleod 
SJi-clical  Officer,  Professor  Stephenson  M.D 

Practising  School. 
Head  Master,  Duncan  Mackenzie  M.A.  with  staff  of  assistants 
Pianoforte,  Miss  Porter 
Janitor,  Alexander  Benzie 



17  Charlotte  street. 

Training  College. 
Chairman,  Rev.  Professor  Salmon d  D.D 
Secretary  &  Treasurer,  Gray  C.  Fraser 
Rector,  George  Smith  M.A 
Lecturers,  William  Downie  M.A.,  George  Davidson,  John  Mackay 

M.A.  &  Miss  M.  Webster 
Lady  Superintendent,  Miss  A.  Walker  LL.A 
Music,  William  Litster 
Drawing,  John  Hay 
Preparatory  Class,  Miss  Wilkins 
Pianoforte,  Miss  Ross  L.R.A.M 

Practising  School. 
Head  Master,  Alexander  Bremne:  M.A.,  B.Sc 
Pianoforte,  Miss  Boss  L.R.A.M 
Janitor,  David  Strachan 

Aberdeen  Branch. 
President,  David  B.  Lothian,  9  Beechgrove  avenue 

2  Alford  place. 
Principal,  Eev.  Stewart  D.  F.  Salmon  D.D.,  F.E.L.S 
Apologetics  &  Exegesis  of  Gospels,  Rev.  James  Iverach  D.D 
Church  History  &  Pastoral  Theology,  Eev.  James  Robertson  M.A 
Systematic  Theology,  Eev.  S.  D.  F.  Salmond  D.D.,  F.E.L.S 
Oriental  Languages  &  Old  Testament  Exegesis,  Rev.  George  G. 

Cameron  D.D 
Librarian,  John  Thomson  M.A 
Janitor  &  Curator  of  Museum,  Lewis  Cruickshank 

Schoolhill— T  N  426. 
Governors,  The  Lord  Provost,  the  Dean  of  Guild,  the  Principal  of 
the  University,  the  Chairman  of  the  School  Board, George  Kemp, 
William    Sangster,    John    Skinner,    Alex.    Wilkie,    William   J.  ' 
Middleton,     Alex.    H.    Taylor,    John    Morgan,    Alexander    P. 
Glass,  Alexander  Milne,   Professor  Harrower,  Professor  Grier- 
son.  Rev.  William  D.  Scott  &  Rev.  Gordon  J.  Murray 
Head  Master,  Rev.  A.  Ogilvie  M.A.,  LL.D 

Mathematics,  B.  S.  M'Lellan  M.A. ;  James  Rennie  B.Sc,  &  John 

Craig  M.A 
Physical  Science,  John  Buchanan  B.Sc.  &  James  A.  Wilson  M.A., 

Chemistry,  Herbert  G.'  Williams  B.Sc 
Classics  &  Higher  English,  George  A.  Morrison  M.A 
English  &c,  Charles  Stewart  M.A.  &  nine  assistants 
French,  Einil  H.  True  &  Ed.  H.  Hay  M.A 
German,  Emil  H.  True 
Drawing,  Eobert  Ogg  &  Ed.  D.  Mitchell 
Technical  Drawing,  James  W.  Thomson 
Bookkeeping,  John  Craig  M.A 
Phonography,  James  R.  Morrison 

Handicraft,  James  W.  Thomson  &  Alexander  Henderson 
Clerk,  Treasurer  &  Factor  on  the  Estates  formerly  belonging  to 

Gordon's  Hospital,  Thomas  Fotheringham 
Factor  on  the  Estates  formerly  belonging  to  the  Collyhill  Trust, 

T.  A.  W.  A.  Youngsoix,  advocate 
Auditor,  William  Milne  C.A 
Janitor,  James  Walker 

Skene  street  west. 
The  Grammar  School  of  Aberdeen  is  one  of  the  eleven  Schools  in 
Scotland  scheduled  in  the  Education  Act  of  1872  as  Public 
Secondary  Schools.  Its  management  was  thus  vested  in  the 
School  Board  of  the  Burgh.  The  date  of  foundation  is  un- 
known, but  the  School  has  existed  for  more  than  600  years, 
since,  in  the  Register  of  the  Abbey  of  Arbroath  ("date  1262), 
one  Thomas  de  Bennum  is  designated  "  Rector  Scholarum  de 
Aberdene."  The  succession  of  rectors  since  1479  is  known. 
Before  1872  the  Grammar  School,  in  Schoolhill,  was  under  the 
management  of  the  Town  Council,  who  erected  the  present 
building,  opened  23rd  October,  1863,  &  in  1882  additional 
Class-rooms  were  built  for  the  Lower  School.  In  1894-5  the 
Hall  &  Class-rooms  were  refloored  &  remodelled  &  fitted  with 
new  desked  seats ;  the  Chemical  Laboratory  was  enlarged  & 
refitted  &  a  class-room  converted  into  a  Science  Theatre,  witn 
Physical  Laboratory  attached.  In  1897  two  large  rooms  were 
appropriated  for  Physical  Sciences 

School   Staff. 
Rector,  H.  F.  Morland  Simpson  M.A.,  F.S.A.Scot 

Upper  School. 

Classics,  The  Rector;  James  Moir  M.A.,  LL.D.,  Litt.D.  co- 
rector,  William  Brownie  M.A.  &  David  Reid  M.A 

Mathematics  &  Science,  Charles  McLeod  M.A.,  P.  Edward  M.A.. 
B.Sc,  William  Brownie  M.A.,  J.  Bentley  Philip  M.A.,  James 
Davidson  M.A.,  George  Stewart  M.A.  &  John  Watt  M.A 

English,  William  Murison  M.A.  &  Charles  Davidson  M.A 

French,  Maxwell  H.  Mackie  M.A.,  James  Davidson  M.A.  &  P. 
Or.  Allan  M.A 

German  &  French,  W.  H.  Kirkwan  Ward  B.A 

Drawing  Sc  Geometrical  Drawing,    Samuel  Pope  A.C.,   T.C 

Manual,  John  N.  Carmichael 

Phonography  &  Bookkeeping.  Calder  M.  Lawrence 



ABERDEEN.        19 

Middle  School. 
Latin,  English  &  Mathematics,  J,   B.  rhilip  M.A.,  William  H. 

Herd  M.A.  &  George  Stewart  M.A 
Lower  School,  Miss  Mackie  O.T.,  Miss  Adam  LL.A.,  C.T.  &  Miss 

E.  Davidson  C.T 
Preparatory  School,  Miss  L.  Duffns  C.T.  &  Miss  Anderson  C.T 
Piano  &  Violin,  Miss  J.  B.  T.  Davidson  L.C.M 
Gymnastics,  Alexander  Munro 
Janitor,  W.  B.  Mackie 

19  Albyn  place. 
Head  Master,  John  M'Bain  M.A 
Lady  Supr.  Miss  Lucy  L.  Ward  B.A 
Senior  Master,  William  Fyfe  M.A 
Latin,  James  Georgeson  M.A 
Mathematics,  William  L.  Marr  M.A.,  B.Sc 
German,  Gustav  Heln 
French,  Mdlle.  Eugenie  Lacaille 

Pianoforte  &  Theory  of  Music  &  Singing,  George  C.  Dawson  F.C.O 
Violin,  Frederick  Erckmann 
Drawing,  John  Gordon 
Elocution,  Alfred  Macleod 
Dancing  &  Calisthenics,  A.  Cosmo  Mitchell 
Infants'  &  Kindergarten,  Miss  R.  Dallas  LL.A 
Voice  Production  &  Solo  Singing,  Miss  Lizzie  Christie 
Cookery,  Miss  Jane  Sutherland 
Scientific  Dress  Cutting,  Miss  Agnes  Daniel 
Janitor,  James  Dawson 

Under  the  management  of  the  Governors  of  Gordon's  College. 
Head  Master,  John  P.  FraBer 
Janitor,  William  Murray 


Offices,  22  Union  terrace;   T  N  229. 
Chairman,  Rev.  Alexander  Webster 
Clerk  &  Treasurer,  Thomas  Hector 
Cashier  &  First  Assistant,  Robert  Boyd  Finlayson 
Bookkeeper,  William  M'Kenzie 
Chief  Attendance  Officer,  George  Gall 
Architect  &  Master  of  Works,  John  A.  Ogg  Allan 

Old  Machar. 
Offices,  139  King  street,  Aberdeen. 
Chairman,  William  Bothwell,  Berryhill,  Old  Machar 
Clerk  &  Treasurer,  Andrew  Webster 
Attendance  Officer.  James  Mutch, 


Aberdeen  Board. 

Ashley  road,  founded  1888,  for  1,030  children;  average  attend- 
ance, 1,030;  John  M'Lachlan,  master;  Miss  Smith  mistress 

Broomhill  road,  built  in  1895  for  1,300  children;  average  attend- 
ance, 1,120;  Robert  C.  Watson,  master;  Mist*  J.Souter,  infants' 

Causewayend,  founded  187G,  enlarged  1894,  for  1,361  children ; 
average  attendance,  1,139;  James  Rose,  master;  Miss  Georgina 
Birnie  Smith,  infants'  mistress 

Commerce  street,  for  660  children;  average  attendance,  664; 
John  Peter,  head  master 

Ferryhill,  for  1,189  children;  average  attendance,  795;  John  D. 
Anderson  M.A.  head  master;  Miss  Mary  C.  Ganson,  infants' 

Frederick  street,  for  701  children;  average  attendance,  673; 
Peter  Smart  M.A.  master 

Hanover  street,  rebuilding 

Holburn  street,  founded  1863,  for  940  children;  average  attend- 
ance, 950;  John  M'Kenzie,  master 

King  street,  for  1,723  children;  average  attendance,  1,750; 
Thomas  Chalmers  Hynd,  master;  Miss  Mary  J.  Taylor,  in- 
fants' mistress 

King  street,  Old  Aberdeen,  for  562  children ;  average  attendance, 
560 ;   John  McGregor,  master 

Little  Belmont  street,  Central  Public  school,  for  460  children ; 
average  attendance,  430;  Alexander  G.  Wallace  M.A.  head 

Marywell  street,  for  664  children;  average  attendance,  547; 
John  F.  Oruickshank,  master;  Miss  Margaret  Clark,  infants' 

Middle  school,  Gallowgate,  for  1,312  children;  average  attend- 
ance, 1,087;  James  C.  Barnett,  master;  Miss  Margaret 
Marshall,  infants'  mistress 

Northfield,  Leadside  road,  founded  1879,  for  340  children;  aver- 
age attendance,  200;   Jamee  A.  Phillips,  master 

Porthill,  for  528  children;  average  attendance,  464;  John  Hobt 
Jack,  master 

Primrose,  Spital  (infants'),  for.  85  children;  average  attendance 
46;   Miss  Jessie  Shirreffs,  mistress 

Rosemount,  founded  1886,  for  838  children ;  average  attendance, 
838;  James  Allan,  master;  Miss  Agnes  J.  Ewen,  head  mistress 

Rubislaw  Public  school,  Kingsgate,  founded  1875,  for  332 
children;  average  attendance,  360;  William  Robertson,  master; 
Miss  Jane  Johnston,  infants'  mistress 

St  Clement  street,  for  761  children ;  average  attendance,  735 ; 
James  Findlay,  master 

St.  Paul  street,  for  1,042  children;  average  attendance,  960; 
Mrs.  Isabella  L.  Skea,  mistress 

Skene  square,    for   1,430   children;    average   attendance,   1.290; 

Alexander  Green  M.A.  master;  Miss  Jessie  A.  Leitb,  infants' 

mistress  SUB 

Skene  street,  for  765  children:    average  attendance,  '727 :    Alex- 
ander Forbes,  master;  Miss  Margt.  Anderson,  infants'  mistress 
Torry,   Abbey  road,  for  506  childreri;   average  attendance.  497; 

Miss  Elizabeth  Nisbet,  head  mistress 
Walker    road,    Torry,    for   1,128   children;"  average  •attenda&ce, 

906;  James  Campbell,  head  master; Miss  Christina  L.  Thomson, 

infants'  mistress 
Westfield  Girls'  school,  founded  1866,  for  217  children;   average 

attendance,  121 ;  Miss  Catherine  S.  Copland,  mistress 
Woodside,    founded    1874,    enlarged    1888,    for    1,219    children; 

average  attendance,  1,240;  George  Forsyth  Duthie,  master 
York  street  (Davidson's),  for  428  children ;   average,  attendance, 

400;  Miss  Jane  B.   Spalding,  mistress 

Old  Machar  Board. 

Bridge  of  Don,  founded  1895,  for  166  children;  average  attend- 
ance, 83  ;   John  Lumsden,  master 

Denmore,  Bridge  of  Don,  for  101  children;  average  attendance, 
55 ;   Miss  Beatrix  W.  Killoh,  mistress 

Whitestripes,  Bridge  of  Don,  for  97  children;  average  attendance, 
55;  Miss  Annie  Dey,  mistress 

Cults  Public  school,  Peterculter  School  Board,  for  350  children; 
average  attendance,  163 ;  Francis  Croll  M.A.  master 


St.  Andrew's,  King  street,  founded  1860,  for  457  children ;  aver- 
age attendance,  456 ;   Thomas  Cooke,  master 

St.  John's,  St.  John's  place,  for  246  children;  average  attend- 
ance, 220;  William  Thompson,  master 

Constitution    street    (St.    Peter's),    for    150    children;    average 

attendance,  125 ;   John  Brady,  master 
Huntly  street  (Franciscan  Nuns),  The  Nuns,  teachers 
South  Constitution  street  (St.  Joseph's)  (girls'  &  infants'),  built 

in   1881,   on  the   site  of  a  former  school,   for  250   children; 

average  attendance,  234;  under  the  Franciscan  Nuns 


North  lodge,  179  King  street ;  T  N  461. 
Secretary,  George  Carmichael 
Matron,  Miss  Helen  Melvin 
Teacher,  Miss  Helen  Robertson 
Hon.  Physician,  Robert  John  Garden  M.D 

(Incorporated  by  Act  of  Parliament,  1885.) 
Chairman  of  Directors,  W.  Kendall-Burnett 
Clerk,  John  P.  Cumine,  advocate,  183a,  Union  street 
Treasurer,  Thomas  Thomson,  183a,  Union  street 

Mount  street ;  T  N  450. 
Superintendent,  Miss  Janet  Reid 
Teacher,  Miss  Agnes  Knight 
Medical  Attendant,  Henry  Jackson  M.D 

(For  Boys);   T  N  448. 
Superintendent,  Alexander  Russel 
Matron,  Mrs.  Jemima  Russel 

Teachers,  R.  M'Leod,  Jamesi  C.  McGill  &  Miss  Maggie  Greig 
Medical  Attendant,  Robert  J.  Garden  M.D 

(For  Girls) ;  T  N  449. 
Superintendent,  Miss  Buchan 

Teachers,  Miss  Cheyne,  Miss  Mackie  &  Miss  Chalmers 
Medical  Attendant,  Robert  J.  Garden  M.D 


Railway  Companies. 

District  offices,  23  Guild  street;    T  N  48. 
District  Traffic  Superintendent,  Charles  Smith 
Goods  Agent,  William  H.  Benson ;  T  N  285 
Joint  Station  Master,  Robert  Arthur  Duguid 
Carting  Agents,    Wordie   &  Co.    Guild   street,    16   Schoolhill    & 
Waterloo  quay;  James  Alexander,  agent 



I  Guild  street;  T  N  62:  Goods  Station,  Waterloo  quay 
T  N  ,"° 

Chau-man.  William  Ferguson  LL.D.  of  Kinmundy  Mintlaw 
Deputy-Chairman,  J.  B.  Nicholson,  of  Glenbervie,  Drumlithie 
Auditors,  James  Alexander  Robertson  &  William  Milne 
General  Manager  &  Secretary,  William  Moffatt 

SCOT.       2* 

20       ABERDEEN. 



Solicitor,  James  Boss 

Registrar,  James  Mortimer 

Locomotive  Superintendent,  Wm.  Pickersgill,  Kittybrewster  writs 

Engineer-in-Chief,  Patrick  M.  Barnett  C.E 

Permanent  Way  Engineer,   G.  Mann 

Goods  Manager,  Alexander  M.  Eoss 

Pas-senger  Superintendent,  Alexander  G.  Reid 

Accountant,  John  6.  Stuart 

Audit  Accountant,  James   Rutherford 

Stores  Superintendent,  A.  M.  Gray 

Carting  Agents,  Wordie  &  Co.   Waterloo  quay,  Guild  street  & 

12a,  Schoolhill;  James  Alexander,  agent 
Carting  Agent  (Dee  Side  branch),  John  Smart,   Market  street 

Suburban    Stations — North. 
Schoolhill,  John  Kemp,  station  master 
Hutcheon  street,  Alexander  Adam,  station  master 
Kittybrewster,  John  Kidd,  station  master 
Don  street,  William  Singer,  station  master 
Woodside,  William  Turn»-(  station  master 
Bucksburn,  Adam  Diack,   station  master 
Bankhead,  George  Fraser,  station  master 
Stoneywood,  Alexander  Ogston,  station  master 
Dyce,  Robert  Taylor,  station  master 
Holburn  street,  James  Anderson,  station  master 
Ruthrieston,  John  Fraser,  station  master 
Pitfodels,  Alexander  F.  Doran,  station  master 
Cults,  Andrew  Scott,  station  master 
West  Cults,  George  R.  Smith,  station  master 
Bieldside,  Alexander  Taylor,  station  master 
Murtle,  James  Cooper,  station  master 
Milltimber,  James  Scott,  station  master 
Cutter,  A,  Morrison,  station  master 

Guild  street. 

Station  Master,  Robert  Arthur  Duguid 

27  Carmelite  street 
Traffic  Agent,  William  Robotham 

(Great  Northern   &  North-Eastern"). 
28  Market  street 
Traffic  Agent,  William  Ward 

(Caledonian  &  London  &  North-Western). 
31  Guild  street. 
Agent,  Samuel  A.  Madgwick 

District  office,  43  Guild  street ;  T  N  32  or  74 
District  Traffic  Superintendent,  A.  B.  Robertson,  of  Dundee 
Goods  Agent,  Alexander  Barclay 

Carting  Agents,  Mutter,  Howey  &  Co.  Goods  station,  Guild  street 
&  Charlotte  street;  Alexander  Mitchell,  agent 

Conveyance  by  Water. 

Offices,  87  Waterloo  quay. 
William  A.  Malcolm,  manager. 
To  LONDON,  "  Hogarth,"  "  Ban-righ,"  "  City  of  Aberdeen  "  or 
"  City  of  London,"  every  Wednesday  &  Saturday;  &  from  Lon- 
don every  Wednesday  &  Saturday  throughout  the  year 



Office,  Northern  Steam  wharf. 

Chas.  Merrylees,  manager;  TN22;  T  A  "  Merrylees,  Aberdeen." 

"  St.  Nicholas,"   "  St.  Magnus,"  "  St  Clair,"  "  Queen,"  "St 

Rognvald,"  "  St.  Sunniva,"  '   St.  Ola,"  "  St.  Giles,"  "  Earl  of 

Zetland  "  &  "  St.  Ninian  " 

To  CAITHNESS,  Wick  twice  a  week,  &  Thurso  every  monday, 

from  Northern  Steam  wharf 
To  EDINBURGH  (Leith),  Wednesday,  thursday,  friday  &  Satur- 
day, during  summer,  &  Wednesday,  thursday  &  friday,  during 

To  NORWAY,  weekly  during  summer  season,  "  St.  Sunniva  "  or 

"  St.  Rognvald,"  from  the  Northern  Steam  wharf 
To  ORKNEY  (Kirkwall  &  Stromness),  three  times  a  week  in 

summer  &  twice  a  week  in  winter,  from  the  Northern  Steam 

To  SHETLAND  (Lerwick  &  Scalloway),  five  times  a  week  in 

summer  &  three  times  a  week  in  winter,  from  the  Northern 

Steam  wharf 

LIMITED,  Office,  79  Regent  quay. 
William  Skirving,  manager. 
The  "  Earl  of  Aberdeen,"  "  Luddick,"  "  Norwood  "  or  "  Alexan- 
der Pirie  "  from  Aberdeen  to  Newcastle  every  Saturday,  Aber- 
deen to  Hull  every  tuesday  &  to  Middlesbro'  &  Stockton  weekly 



Office,  3  Trinity  buildings. 

James  Crombie,  agent. 

The  "Princess  Irene,"  "Princess  Victoria,"  "Princess  Louise," 

"Princess   Sophia,"    "Princess   Beatrice,"   "Princess  Mary" 

&  "  Princess  Ena,"  or  other  steamers,  every  few  days 


LIMITED,  67  Marischal  street;   T  N  423. 

W.  Leslie  &  Co.  managers  &  secretaries. 


COMPANY  LIMITED,   Office,  3  Trinity  buildings. 

James  Crombie,  manager. 

The    "Earnholm,"    "  Cargan  "   &   "James  Hall"   sail   between 

Leith,    Aberdeen,    Buckie,    Lossiemouth,    Burghead,    Invergor- 

don,    Cromarty  &  Inverness,   every  monday  &  thursday  from 

Leith  &  tuesday  &  friday  from  Aberdeen 

Conveyance  by  Road. 

Manager,  David  Moonie 


To  BLACKBURN,  a  coach  from  85  George  street,  every  friday  & 

Saturday  at  4  p.m. ;  arrives  in  Aberdeen  same  day  at  10  a.m 

To  BLAIRS  &  MARYCULTER,  from  top  of  Market  street,  7 
a.m.  12  noon  &  4  p.m 

To  CLUNY,  a  coach  from  9  St.  Nicholas  street,  daily  at  4  p.m. 

passing  Straik,  Skene  &c.  arriving  at  Cluny  about  6.30  p.m. ; 

returning  from  Cluny  about  7.30  a.m.  arriving  in  Aberdeen  at 

10  a.m.  &  during  summer  months,  May  to  September  at  8  a.m 
To  ECHT  &  MIDMAR,  an  omnibus,  from  72  Union  street,  daily 

at  4  p.m.  passing  Carnie  &  Garlogie  Mills;  returning  from  Mid- 

nfer  at  6.65  &  Echt  at  7.30  a.m.  arriving  in  Aberdeen  at  9  a.m 
To  METHLICK,  mail  gig,  from  post  office,  Market  street,  week 

days    at  5   a.m.   returning  at  3.45  p.m. ;    Sundays,   4.30   a.m. 

returning,  12  noon 

To  NEWBURGH,  a  coach,  from  4£  Mealmarket  street,  daily  at 
4  p.m.  (also  at  8  a.m.  in  summer);  returning  from  Newburgh 
at  7.45  a.m.  (also  at  6  p.m.  in  summer) 

To  WHTTECAIRNS,  a  coach  from  13  Princes  street,  daily  at  4 
p.m. ;  returning  from  Whitecairns  at  8.40  a.m 






Abel  Mrs.  681  King  street 
Abereromby  Andrew,  98  Broomhill  road 
Abercromby  James,  31  Hamilton  place 
Aberdeen  &  Orkney  Bishop  of  (Eight  Bev. 
&  Hon.  Arthur  Gascoigne  Douglas  M.A., 
D.D.)    Bishop's  court,  29  Albyn  place 
Aberdeen  Mrs.  118  Mid  Stocket  road 
Abernethy  Capt.  James  W.  15  Rubislaw  ter 
Abernethy  David  W.  Ferryhill  cottage 
Abernethy  Misses,  Ferryhill  cottage 
Adam  Rev.  Hector  M.,  M.A.  (Bon  Accord 
Free  Church),  Beech  lodge.  View  terrace 
Adam  Bev.  W.  Henderson,  24  Dutbie  ter 
Adam  Alexander,  20  Car  den  place 
Adam  John,  93  Irvine  place 
Adam  Miss,  6  Rubislaw  place 
Adam  Mrs.  93  Clifton  road 
Adam  Robert,  544  Holburn  street 
Adam.  Thomas  J. P.  16  Albyn  place 
Adam  William  Davidson,  118  Hamilton  pi 
Adams  Andrew,  63  Braemar  place 
Adams  John,  17  Braemar  place 
Adams  John,  349  Great  Western  road 
Adams  Miss,  4  Hillhead  terrace,  Spital 
Adams  Mrs.  67  Beechgrove  terrace 
Adams  Mrs.  29  North  Silver  street 
Adams  William,  262  Broomhill  road 
Adams  William  D.  9  Osborne  place 
Adams  Williams,  5  Osborne  place 
Adamson  John,  24  Ashley  road 
Adamson  Mrs.  6  Braemar  place 
Adie  James,  52  Duthie  terrace 
Aiken  Arthur,  Ruthven  house,  Hardgate 
Aiken  James,  80  Beaconsfield  place 
Aiken  William  Reid,  5  Springbank  terrace 
Airth  Mrs.  22  Burns  road 
Aitken  Alexander,  37  Grosvenor  place 
Aitken  George  M.  460  King  street 
Aitken  John,  32  Grosvenor  place 
Aitken  John,  460  King  street 
Aitken  Miss,  Clydebank,  8  Salisbury  ter 
Aitken  Mrs.  29  Ashley  road 
Aitken  Robert,  236  "Union  grove 
A-tken  Alexander,  41  Thomson  street 
Aiton  Mrs.  148  Crown  street 
Alexander  Henry,  43  Albyn  place 
Alexander  John,  69  Don  st.  Old  Aberdeen 
Alexander  John,  626  King  street 
Alexander  The  Misses,  392  Gt.  Western  rd 
Alexander  Mrs.  3  Belvidere  street 
Alexander  Mrs.  64  Ferryhill  road 
Alexander  Mrs;  15  King's  crescent 
Alexander  Mrs.  89  Stanley  street 
Alexander  Mrs.  25  Victoria  street 
Alexander   Presslie   M.B.,    CM.    13   North 

Silver  street 
Alexander  William,  392  Great  Western  rd 
Allan  Uev.  James  Baxter  B.D.  (Congrega- 
tional"), 53  Albury  road 
Allan  George  J.P.  33  Albyn  place 
Allan  George,  19  Springbank  terrace 
Allan  James,  6  Oakdale  terrace 
Allan  John,  42  Loanhead  terrace 
Allan  John  B,  31  Gladstone  place 
Allan  Misses,  4  Argyll  place 
Allan     Mrs.      Carradale,      Craigton     road, 

Mann  oti  eld 
Allan  Richard  C.  33  Albyn  place 
Allan  Thomas,  391  Great  Western  road 
Allan  William,  156  Bon  Accord  street 
Allan  William,  28  Ersklne  street 
Allardyce  Col.  James  J.P.  3  Queen's  ter 
Alsop  Spence,  24  Clifton  road 
Ambrose  Edward,  51  Braemar  place 
Anderson  Alexander,  5  Argyll  place 
Anderson  Alexander,  41  Desswood  place 
Anderson  Alexander,  54  Victoria  street 
Anderson  David,  91  Bon-Accord  street 
Anderson  David,  13  Elmhank  terrace 
Anderson  David,  19  Ferryhill  place 
Anderson  George,  15  Powis  terrace 
Anderson  .Tnmes,  287  Great  Western  road 
Anderson  James,  335  Clifton  road 
Anderson  James,  56  Loanhead  terrace 
Anderson  James,  Midd'efield.  Woodside 
Anderson  James  Hall,  6  York  street 
Anderson  John,  104  Bonnymuir  place 
Anderson  John,  10  Burns  road 
Anderson  John,  24  Desswood  place 
Anderson  John  Duncan,  25  Gladstone  place 
Anderson  John  Findlav,  113  Crown  street 
Anderson  John  Porsori,  152  Hutcheon  et 
Anderson  Miss,  41  Albyn  place 
Anderson  Miss.  15  Argyll  place 

Anderson  Miss,  Glenburnie  cottage,  Skene 

street  west 
Anderson  Miss,  30  Grosvenor  place 
Anderson  Miss,  10  St.  Swithin  street 
Anderson  Miss,  227  Union  grove 
Anderson  Mrs.  16  Fountainhall  road 
Anderson  Mrs.  13  Gray  street 
Anderson  Mrs.  252  Great  Western  road 
Anderson  Mrs.  36  Loanhead  terrace 
Anderson  Mrs.  51  Westburn  road 
Anderson  Mrs.  14  Whitehall  road 
Anderson  Mrs.  C.  95  Crown  street 
Anderson  P.  J.,  M.A.,  LL.B.  2  East  Craib- 

stone  street 
Anderson  Robert,  39  Elmfield  place 
Anderson  Robert,  33  Laurelwood  avenue 
Anderson  Robt.  J.  Cottown  lodge,  Woodside 
Anderson  William,  18  Albert  terrace 
Anderson  William  J.P.  41  Albyn  place 
Anderson  William,   166  Bon-Accord  street 
Anderson  William,  30  Ferryhill  place 
Anderson  William,  34  Ferryhill  place 
Anderson  William,  75  Fountainhall  road 
Anderson  William,  23  Gladstone  place 
Anderson  Wm.  5  Oakdale  ter.  Mannofield 
Anderson  William,  44  Victoria  street 
Anderson  William  Blair,  13  Gladstone  place 
Anderson  William  Reid,  68  Mile  End  aven 
Andrew    Francis,     Granton    lodge,     Great 

Western  place 
Andrew  Thomas,  65  Clifton  road 
Angus  Charles  M.B.,  CM.  74  Hamilton  pi 
Angus  James,  jun.  93  Leslie  terrace 
Angus  Mrs.  7  Golden  square 
Angus  William,  7  Burns  road 
Annand  Joseph,  339  Holburn  street 
Archibald      James,       Kinneil,       Wellbrae, 

Archibald  Miss,  5  Calsayseat  road 
Arthur  John  Hay,  433  Great  Western  road 
Arthur  Mrs.  432  King  street 
Arthur  William,  61  Abergeldie  road 
Asher  James,  11  Marine  terrace 
Asher  Miss,  6  Dee  place 
Asher  Robert  S.  401  Great  Western  road 
Atkins  George,  27  Polmuir  road 
Auer  Mrs.  127  Blenheim  place 
Badenoch  Peter,  57  Loanhead  terrace 
Bain  Alexander  M.A..LL.D.  Ferryhill  lodge, 

Polmuir  road 
Bain  Alexander,  15  Osborne  place 
Bain  James,  336  Holburn  street 
Bain  Misses,  Fountville,  1  Summer  street, 

Bain  Richard  W.  K.,  M.A.  72  Hamilton  pi 
Bain  William,  83  Crown  street 
Bain  William,  375  Holburn  street 
Baird  William  Hay,  Enfield,  Pitfodels 
Baker  Mrs.  54  Bon-Accord  street 
Ball  James,  13  Beechgrove  avenue 
Rannerman  Mrs.  119  Crown  street 
Bannochie  Jas.  Ernan  lodge, Beechgrove  ter 
Bannochie  William  Greig,  17  Albert  terrace 
Barber  Mrs.  Royal  Lunatic  Asylum,  West- 
burn  road 
Ba-clay  Alexander,  24  Springbank  terrace 
Barclay  George  W.  W.,  J.P.  Raeden  house 
Barclay  John  Barclay,   3  Rosemount  ter 
Barclay  Morison,  60  Dee  street 
Barclay  William,  51  Osborne  place 
Barker  Mrs.  8  Burns  road 
Barnett  James,  36  Desswood  place 
Barnett  Mrs.  21  Argyll  place 
Rarnett  Patrick  M.  Berry  den  house 
Barr  Mrs.  38  Desswood  place 
Barrie    Edmund    Charles,    Rosehill    house, 

Corn  hill 
Barron  J.,  C.E.  46  Garden  place 
Barron  Mrs.  8  Bun-Accord  square 
Barron  Mrs.  14  Cairnfield  place 
Barron  Mrs.  83  Mile  End  avenue 
Barron  Thomas,  24  Burns  road 
Barry  Rev.  F.  R.  (Free  North  Church),  36 

Hamilton  place 
Batchen  Alex.  Murray,  55  Dec  street 
Baxter  Alexander,  17  Stanley  street 
Baxter  Andrew,  24  Hammerfield  avenue 
Baxter  Andrew,  7  Millburn  street 
Bayspoole  Capt.  Albert  R.A.  Walton  lodge, 

Beam  Miss,  136  Crown  street 
Beaton  Alexander,  112  Leslie  terrace 
Beaton  George,  125  Blenheim  place 
Beaton  Miss,  52  Irvine  place 

Beaton  William,  219  Union  grove 

Beatt  Rev.  David  D.D.  17  North  SUver  st 

Beattie  Andrew  Alex.  13  Ferryhill  place* 

Beattie  John,  47  Springbank  terrace 

Beattie  Mrs.  2  Belmont  place 

Begg  George,  89  Leslie  terrace 

Begg  Mrs.  7  Albert  terrace 

Bell  Rev.  Henry  W.,  M.A.  6  Albyn  terrace 

Bell  Clifford  Thistleton  M.B.  4  Albert  «t 

Bell  James  M.B.,  CM,  23  Forest  avenue 

Bell  Mrs.  4  Albert  street 

Bell  Mrs:  33  Osborne  place 

Bell  William  Edmund,  6  Albyn  terrace 

Belton  William  John,  21  Devonshire  road 

Bennett  Jn.  Carmichael  B.L.  6  Queen's  ter 

Benzie  Alexander,  19  Gray  street 

Benz_e  James,  18  Osborne  place 

Berg  Mrs.  54  Duthie  terrace 

Beveridge  Alexander  T.    G.,   M.A.,   M.B., 

CM.  82  Crown  street 
Beveridge  Peter,  19  Polmuir  road 
Beveridge  Robert,  19  Polmuir  road 
Bews  Mrs.  19  Grosvenor  place 
Birss/  Mr*.  9  Hosefield  avenue 
Bisset  Rev.   Alexander  M.A.   (Baptist),   45 

Osborne  place 
Bisset  Evan,  19  Devonshire  road 
Bisset  George,  14  Boslin  terrace 
Bisset  James,  7  Aluyn  terrace 
Bisset  Mrs.  Burnside  house, Westburn  road 
Bisset  Mrs.  54  Hamilton  place 
Bisset  Mrs.  J.  H.  101  Hamilton  place 
Bisset  Thomas  Stuart,  30  Great  Western  rd 
Bissett  William,  38  Albyn  place 
Bittner  Mrs.  16  Fonthill  road 
Black  Jas.  Woodbine  cot.  Ruthrieston  ter 
Black  John,  93  Fountainhall  road 
Black  Miss,  21  Affleck  street 
Black  Miss,  9  Carlton  place 
Black  Mrs.  35  Holburn  road 
Black  Mrs.  25  Osborne  place 
Black      Simon     Dalgety,      View      mount, 

Blacklaus  William,  47  Braemar  place 
Blacklaw  Alexander  M.A.  153  Dee  street 
Blake  Joseph  C  101  Irvine  place 
Blann  Thomas  John,  408  King  street 
Boaden  Mrs.  10  Beechgrove  place 
Boddie  William  J.P.  3  Roslin  terrace 
Bodie  Charles  Alexander,  62  Desswood  \>\ 
Bodie  Samuel,  59  Braemar  place 
Bolton  William,   7  Gladstone  place 
Bond  John  Henry,  20  Balmoral  place 
Bonner  Alexander  Coutts,  17  Mile  End  aven 
Bonno  Joseph,  Oak  villa,  Forest  avenue 
Bonnyman  Miss,  76  Stanley  street 
Booth  Alexander,  11  Devonshire  road 
Booth  David  Grant,  11  Beechgrove  avenue 
Booth  James  M'Kenzie  M.A.,   M.B.,  CM. 

367  Union  street 
Booth  William,  59  Watson  street 
Booth  William  Pirie,  35  Watson  street 
Booth  Williamson,  8  Westfield  terrace 
Borland   Rev.    William   M.A.,   B.D.    (Pres- 
byterian), 20  Hamilton  place 
Boswell  W.  35  Laurelwood  avenue 
Bow  George,  10  Calsayseat  road 
Bow  Mrs.  56  Gladstone  place 
Bower     George     Haddon    M.A.     17     Bon- 
Accord  crescent 
Bower  James  H.,  J.P.  17  Bon-Accord  cres 
Bower  Mrs.  Broomhill  lodge,  Broomhill  rd 
Bowman  Alexander,  31  Belvidere  crescent 
Bowman  George,  65  Beechgrove  terrace 
Bowman  Mrs.  28  Belmont  road 
Bowman  Robert,  93  Hamilton  place 
Boyes  Rev.  James>  A.,  M.A.   (curate  of  St. 

Peter's),  208  Victoria  road,  Torry 
Boyle  Mrs.  15  Caledonian  place 
Boyne  Mrs.  12  Kingsland  place 
Brander  Alexander  J.  14  Hamilton  p'nee 
Brebner  Rev.  William  M.A.  14  St.  Mary's  pi 
Brebner  John  Low,  589  King  street 
Brebner  William,  11  Carden  place 
Brechin  Wm.  Malcolm,   67  Bon-Accord  st 
Bremner    Alexander    M.A.,    B.Sc.    13    Bel- 
grave  terrace 
Bremneo  Miss,  50  Carden  place 
Bremner  Mrs.  87  Stanley  street 
Brockie  Alexander,   22  Springbank  terrace 
Brodie   Rev.    Duncan  H.,   B.D.    59   Beech- 
grove terrace 
Brodie  William  J.P.  23  Ashley  road 
Brotchie  George,  85  Crown  street 



Brown  Fleet-Surgeon  Bichard  Gavin  E.N. 

ill  U.S.  Clyde),  96  Hamilton  place 
Brown   Bev.    A.    (Evangelical   Union),    94 

Hamilton  place 
Brown   Bev.    Edward   M.A.    Free   Church 

manse,  Victoria  road,  Torry 
Brown  Archibald  A.  34  Elmfield  avenue 
Brown  Alexander,  101  Fountainhall  road 
Brown  Alexander,  37  Mile  End  avenue 
Brown  Alexander,  87  Westburn  road 
Brown  Arthur  Bichardson,  6  Eubislaw  ter 
Brown  Charles,  135  King  street 
Brown  Charles  Brodie,,33  Duthie  terrace 
Brown  George,  2  Queen's  road 
Brown  J.  434  Great  Western  road 
Brown  James  Muir,  33  Forest  avenue 
Brown  John,  10  Marine  terrace 
Brown  John,  6  South  Crown  street 
Brown  Miss,  104  Crown  street 
Brown  Miss,  61  Watson  street 
Brown  Misses,  19  Albert  street 
Brown  Mrs.  52  Beaconsfleld  place 
Brown  Mrs.  47  Beechgrove  terrace 
Brown  Mrs.  118  Desswood  place 
Brown  Mrs.  1  Eubislaw  place 
Brown  Mrs.  8  Victoria  street 
Bruwn  William,  2  Fonthill  road 
Brown    William   Alexander    M.A.,    J.P.    8 

Bubislaw  terrace 
Bruce  Rev.  Thomas,  79  Duthie  terrace 
Bruce  Alexander  Leslie,  70  Ferryhill  road 
Bruce  Alexander   Stewart  Bay,  31  Beech- 
grove  avenue 
Bruce  Arthur,  200  Westburn  road 
Bruce  John,  358  Great  Western  road 
Bruce  John,  Bubislaw  Den  south 
Bruce  Miss,  53  Beaconsfleld  place 
Bruce  Miss,  18  Springbank  terrace 
Brumleu  Ernest,  11  Victoria  street 
Bryce  Hugh,  64  Springbank  terrace 
Buchan  Adam,  71  Mi'.e  End  avenue 
Buchan  Charles,  99  Blenheim  place 
Buchan  Francis,  3  South  Crown  street 
Buchanan  John  B.Sc.  56  St.  Swithin  street 
Bull  Arthur  G.  12  Brunswick  place 
Bulloch  William,  40  Belvidere  street 
3unn  Arthur  William,  25  Fonthill  terrace 
Burgess  Miss,  20  Waverley  place 
JJurgess  William,  21  Powis  terrace 
Burners  Alexander,  53  Bonnymuir  place 
Burness  James,  33  Gray  street 
Burnet    George    Wardlaw    M.A.,    B.L.    65 

Queen's  road 
Burnet  Mrs.  103  Blenheim  place 
Burnett    Charles    John,    8    Cbanonry,    Old 

Burnett  Misses,  85  Irvine  place 
Burnett  W.  E.,  J.P.  11  Belmont  street 
Burns  Lieut.  Thomas,  37  Bonnymuir  place 
Burr  James,  62  Carden  place 
Burr  Mrs.  24  Hamilton  place 
Burr  Mis.  71  Loanhead  terrace  * 

Burt  Robert,  7  Springbank  terrace 
Burwell  Elijah,  60  Fountainhall  road 
Butchart     James     S.     Tiew     park,     Dee 

Mount  terrace 
Butchart  Mrs-.  100  Irvine  place 
Buyers  James,  3  Bubislaw  Den  south 
Buyers  Mrs.  44  Ashley  road 
Buyers  Mrs.  73  Dee  street 
Buvers  Mrs.  357  Great  Western  road 
Buyers  Mrs.  16  St.  Swithin  street 
Buyers    William    Duguid,    Maitland    villa, 

Cralgton  road,  Mannofield 
ByKes  Alexander,  64  Albury  road 
Byres  D.  T.,  C.E.  104  Hamilton  place 
Byres  Mrs.  549  George  street 
Cadenhead  George  J.P.  57  Dee  street 
Cadenhead  Misses,  7  Caledonian  place 
Cadenhead  Mrs.  Maryville,  Stocket 
Cadenhead  William,  325  Holburn  street 
Caie  Bev.  William  Smith  M.A.  61  Albury  rd 
Cairney   Bev.    Robert   Mathieson    (Cong.), 

1  Jute  street 
Cairns  John  Bryden,  532  King  street 
Calder     Bev.      John     M.A.      (Established 

Church),  New  manse,  18  Chanonry,  Old 

Calder  James,  116  Westburn  road 
Calder  John,  37  Forest  road 
Calder  Malcolm,  8  Belvidere  street 
Cameron  Bev.  George  G.,  M.A.,  D.D.  464 

Great  Western  road 
Cameron  James,  96  Leslie  terrace 
Cameron  James  Boss,  49  Mile  End  avenue 
Cameron  John,  45  Braemar  place 
Cameron  John,  3  King's  square 
Cameron  John  Stuart,  333  Clifton  road 
Cameron  Miss,  139  Crown  street 
Cameron  Mrs.  102  Irvine  place 
Cameron  Mrs.  Morefield,  Mid  Stocket  road 
Cameron  William,  35  Devonshire  road 
Campbell   Bev.    A.    (United  Presbyterian), 

452  King  street 
Campbell  Bev.  Archibald  F,  63  Albury  road 
Campbell  David,  6  Belvidere  street 
Campbell  George,  29  Ferryhill  place 
Campbell    Hugh    Fraser    M.A.,    B.L.     58 

Hamilton  place 
Campbell  Miss,  196  Mid  Stocket  road 
Campbell  Mrs.  16  Irvine  place 


Campbell  Mrs.  37  High  street 
Campbell  Mrs.  Duncan,  15  Bon-Accord  st 
Campbell  William,  3  Roseberry  street 
Campbell  WJliam,  60  St.  Swithin  street 
Cantlay  William,  102  Leslie  terrace 
Carle  James,  64  Great  Western  road 
Carmichael  George,  228  Union  street 
Carnie  William,  154  Great  Western  road 
Cartwright  Frank,  35  Forest  avenue 
Cash  John  Theodore  M.D.  9  Albyn  place 
Cassie  William,  100  Crown  street 
Cattanach  Miss,  8  Brighton  place 
Catto  Alex.  "Upper  Mlddlefield,  Woodside 
Catto  Alfred,  Briarfield,   Cairnory  road 
Catto  J.  Ash  grove,  near  Kittybrewster 
Catto  William,  40  Great  Western  road 
Caulfield  William,  68  Dee  street 
Cavanah  Henry  Clegg,  13  Bridge  street 
Cay  Alex.  Glenhyrst,  Bubislaw  Den  south 
Chalmers  Herbert  J.  C,  M.A.  7  King's-  gate 
Chalmers  John,  46  Stanley  street 
Chalmers  Miss,  3  St.  Swithin  street 
Chalmers  Miss,  18  Union  grove 
Chalmers  Mrs.  82  Blenheim  place  , 
Chalmers  Mrs.  Westburn,  Westburn  road 
Chaplain  William,  110  Irvine  place 
Chapman  Alexander,  33  Clifton  road 
Chedburn  Bev.  William  Stewart  (Baptist), 

2  King's  gate 
Cheyne  Charles,  442  Great  Western  road 
Cheyue  Mrs.  66  Desswood  place 
Cheyne  Walter  Smith  M.D.,    CM.  1  Bon- 
Accord  square 
Chisholm  Bight  Bev.   ^neas  D.D.,  LL.D. 
(Roman  Catholic   Bishop    of   Aberdeen), 
Blairs  college,  Blalrs 
Chivas  Mrs.  2  Fountainhall  road 
Chivas  Mrs.  9  Holburn  street 
Chree  George  M.A.  89  Blenheim  place 
Christen    Arnold,     Cornhul    house,     Corn- 
hill  road 
Christie  Kev.  Francis  W.,  M.A.  (St.  Mary's 

Episcopal),  12  Westfield  terrace 
Cliristie  Alexander,  31  Hilton  street 
Christie  Alex.  M.A.,  B.L.  17  King's  cres 
Christie  Andrew,  22  Ferryhdl  place 
Christie  David,  83  Clifton  road 
Christie  George,  112  Crown  street 
Cliristie  John,  55  Fountainhall  road 
Christie  Jn.  F.,  M.B.,  CM.  3  Belvidere  cres 
Christie  Miss,  24  Mount  street  , 
Christie  Mrs.  133  Blenheim  place 
Christie  Mrs.  11)  Hamilton  place 
Christie  Mrs.  682  King  street 
Christie  William  M.B.,  CM.  399  Clifton  rd 
Church     Major-General    Thomas    Boss,     8 

Albyn  terrace 
Clark  Alexander,  16  Devonshire  road 
Clark  Alexander,  31  Forest  avenue 
Clark  Alexander,  47  Hamilton  place 
Clark  Andrew,  1  Affleck  street 
Clark  George,  36  Loanhead  terrace 
Clark  George,  42  Salisbury  terrace 
Clark  James,  17  Elm  place 
Clark  James,  2a,  Mount  street 
Clark  John  M.A.  7  Chanonry,  Old  Aberdeen 
Clark  John  Low,  473  Great  Northern  road 
Clark  Miss,  23  Hamilton  place 
Clark  Miss,  328  Holburn  street 
Clark  Miss,  49  Bosemount  place 
Clark  Miss,  20  Waverley  place 
Clark  Mrs.  27  Albyn  place 
Clark  Mrs.  40  Beaconsfleld  place 
Clark  Mrs.  6  Eldon  terrace 
Clark  Mrs.  362  Holburn  street 
Clark  Mrs.  sen.  202  Mid  Stocket  road 
Clark    Batrick    William    Leslie,    202    Mid 

Stocket  road 
Clark  Robert,  46  Devonshire  road 
Clark  Thomas,  133  Desswood  place 
Clark  William,  210  Great  Western  road 
Clark  William,  84  Irvine  place 
Clark  William  Henry  M.D.  323  Clifton  road 
Clarke  Mrs.  64  Fountainhall  road 
Cleghorn  Mrs.  68  Desswood  place 
Clews  Mrs.  58  Carden  place 
Clyne  Alfred  Edward,  110  Broomhill  road 
Clyne  Arthur,  6  Golden  square 
Clyne  George,  16  Gordondale  road 
Clvne  James,  Bubislaw  Den  south 
Coats  G.  C.  298  Great  Western  road 
Coats  Thomas  Archibald,  42  Fonthill  road 
Cobban  Mrs.  72  Dee  street 
Cobban  Mrs.  201  Great  Western  road 
Cochran  Mr*.  9  Albert  street 
Cochrane  Thomas  J.F.  60  Union  street 
Cohen  Bev.  Morris,  34  Marischal  street 
Collie  George  Duncan,  10  Bon-Accord  cres 
Collie  James,   7   East  Craibstone  street  & 

View  bank,  Cults 
Collie  Mrs.  32  Balmoral  place 
Collie  Mrs.  34  Clifton  road 
Collie  Mrs.  28  Irvine  place 
j  Collie  Mrs.  52  Springbank  terrace 
|  Comper   Rev.  John   (Episcopal),    St.   Mar- 
j     garet's  brae,  King's  crescent 
iConnell  George,  45  Beechgrove  terrace 
Conner  James,  26  Braemar  place 
j  Connon  Andrew,  75  Abergeldie  road 
i Connon  George,  3  Abbotsford  place 
'Connon  Louis  Frederick,  89  Union  street 


Connon  R.  A.  D.  18  St.  Swithin  street 
Connon  William,  35  Cairnfield  plaice 
Cook  Alexander  Bene,  32  Devonshire  road 
Cook  Charles,  Carden  ho.   Skene  st,  west 
Cook  Charles  M.  4  Belvidere  crescent 
Cook  George  Milne  J.F.  30  Carden  place 
Cook  James,  234  Great  Western  road 
Cook  Mrs.  234  Great  Western  road 
Cooke  Thomas,  Craigrowan,  King  street 
Cooper  Alex.  James,  26  Bon-Accord  terrace 
Cooper  Miss,  32  Gladstone  place 
Cooper  M'isses,  23  Albyn  place 
Cooper  Mrs.  7  Albert  street 
Cooper  Mrs.  46  Mile  End  avenue 
Cooper  Batrick  M.A.  Bubislaw  Den  north 
Cooper  William,  59  Osborne  place 
Copland  Alexander,  78  Dee  street 
Copland     William     McKLnnor?     M.A.     49 

Carden  place 
Corbet  James  J.B.  Cairnlea,  Cults 
Corbett  Joseph,  67  Desswood  place 
Cordiner  Alexander,  416  King  street 
Corke  Benjamin,  7  Marine  terrace 
Cornwall  George  Alexander,  145  Holburn  st 
Cornwall  Joseph,  19  Gordondale  road 
Cosserat  Mrs.  63  Carlton  place 
Coueslant  Mrs.  14  Gray  street 
Couper  John  Cardno,  Craigiebuckler  house, 

Coutts  Alexander,  187  Great  Western  road 
Coutts  Alexander,  76  Whitehall  road 
Coutts  Alexander  Charles,  128  Huntly  st 
Coutts  Charles,  8  Eoslin  terrace 
Coutts  Francis,  25  Boslin  terrace 
Coutts  Gavin,  2  St.  John's  ter.  Mannofield 
Coutts  George,  24  John  street 
Coutts  James,  67  Union  grove 
Coutts  John,  325  Clifton  road 
Coutts  John,  4  Mihburn  street 
Coutts  John,  jun.  28  Belvidere  crescent 
Coutts  Miss,  196  Great  Western  road 
Coutts  W.  10  Strawberry  bank 
Coutts  William,  44  Devonshire  road 
Cow  Charles,  190  Mid  Stocket  road 
Cowan  Rev.  Henry  D.D.  31  College  bounds, 

Old  Aberdeen 
Cowan  H.,  J.P.  Beechwood,  Bubislaw  Den 

Cowe  John,  8  Forbesfield  road 
Cowie  Alexander,  24  North  Silver  street 
Cowle  George,  8  Loanhead  terrace 
Cowie  George  Bae,  16  Cairnfield  place 
Cowie  Mrs.  55  St.  Swithin  street 
Craib  James,  40  View  terrace 
Craig  Andrew,  51  Argyll  place 
Craig  Andrew,  jun.  55  Argyll  place 
Craig  John  M.A.  147  Mid  Stocket  road 
Craig  Mrs.  4  Brighton  place 
Craig  Norman,  15  Belvidere  street 
Craig  Thomas,  404  George  street 
Craig  Thomas,  22  Hamilton  place 
Craigen  George,  4  Hammerfield  avenue 
Craigen  John,  40  Carden  place 
Oraigio  Major  William  B.  26  Albyn  place 
Craigmile  Mrs.  5  Strawberry  bank 
Cran  Alexander  Anderson,  22  Balmoral  pi 
Cran  James,  12  Gray  street 
Cran  Newell  Burnett,  8  Cairnfield  place 
Cran  Peter  M.  70  Hamilton  place 
Cran  Robert,  134  Crown  street 
Cran  Robert  George,  14  Balmoral  place 
Crane  Major  Henry,  Elmfield,  Elinfield  ter 
Crane  Mrs.  23  Powis  terrace 
Crawford  Mrs.  3  Queen's  gardens 
Crichton  James,  24  St.  Swithin  street 
Croll  Francis,  53  Argyll  place 
Croll  George,  76  Beaconsfleld  place 
Croll  John,  Roseville,  Balmoral  place 
Croll  Mathew,  54  Loanhead  terrace 
Cromar  John,  5  Gladstone  place 
Cromar  Mrs.  277  Holburn  street 
Cromble  Adam,  3  Millburn  street 
Crombie     Duglan    Francis     Hamilton,     65 

Duthie  terrace 
Crombie  James  J.P.  18  Queen's  road 
Crombie  James  E.  Inverdon 
Crombie      James      Forbes,      Don      bank, 

Bridge  of  Don 
Crombie    James    Melville    Paterson    M.B.* 

CM.,  L.D.S.E.  5  Golden  square 
Crombie  John,  126  Desswood  place 
Crombie  John,  jun.  J.P.  Danestone 
Crombie  John  Alexander,  37  Thomson  et 
Crombie    John    William    M.P.    Balgownia 

lodge;  &  Reform  club,  London  S  W 
Crombie  Mrs.  Balgownie  lodge 
Crombie  Mrs.  John,  Balgownie  lodge 
Crombie    Peter    L.D.S.B.CS.Edin.    6    Gol- 
den square 
Crombie  Theodore  J.P.  18  Albyn  place 
Crombie     Walter     Paterson     M.B.,     CM., 

L.D.S.E.  5  Golden  square 
Crombie-  William,  18  Queen's  road 
Cromer  Wm.  12  College  bounds, Old  Aberdn 
Crossling  Frank,  149  Duthie  terrace 
Crowe  Wm.  Christie  M.B.,  CM.  8  Albyn  pi 
Cruden  G.  Bubislaw  park,  Bubislaw 
Cruden  Mrs.  33  Springbank  terrace 
Cruickshank  Bev.  Robert  M.A.  (Episcopal), 

44  Bon-Accord  street 


Cruickshank  Ales.  Thos.  17  Belvidere  ores 
Cruickshank  Colin  Allen,  78  Irvine  place 
Cruickshank  George  C.  221  Gt.  Western  rd 
Cruickshank  George  P.  300  King  street 
Cruickshank  George  Thomson-,  63  Argyll  pi 
Cruickshank  James,  20  Desswood  place 
Cruickshank  James,  374  Gt.  Western  road 
Cruickshank  John,  284  Broomhill  road 
Cruickshank  John,  26  Clifton  road 
Cruickshank  John,  28  Hamilton  place 
Cruickshank  Miss,  389  Great  Western  road 
Cruickshank  Mrs.  88  Ashley  road 
Cruickshank  Mrs.  67  Braemar  place 
Cruickshank  Mrs.  73  Gray  street 
Cruickshank  Mrs.  501  Great  Western  road 
Cruickshank  Win.  Alex.  115  BroomhLll  rood 
Cullingford  Edward  0.  284  Gt.  Western  rd 
Cumine  Capt.  George,  458  King  street 
Cumine  John  P.,  M.A.  Ferry  Hill  house 
Gumming  Alexander,  54  Irvine  place 
Cumming  John,  26  Perry  hill  place 
Gumming  Mrs.  85  Clifton  road 
Cumming  Mrs.  10  But  hie  terrace 
Cumming  Mrs.  18  Irvine  place 
Cumming  Eobert,  43  Brighton  place 
Cumming  Robert,  262  Great  Western  road 
Cumming  Robert  Scott,  8  Perry  hill  place 
Cumming  William  Mather  S.  469  King  st 
Curr  Alexander  Yule,  95  Hamilton  place 
Cuur  Thomas,  460  Great  Western  road 
Carrie  George,  31  Gitcomston  park 
Currie  William,  20  Caledonian  place 
Outhbert    Rev.     James    N.(     M.A.,     B.B. 

(Established),  The  Manse,  Craigiebuckler 
Da'lgarno  James  John  Young  M.A.,  M.B., 

CM.  25  Bon-Accord  terrace 
Balgarno  Jas.  Robt.  432  Great  Western  rd 
Balgarno  Robert,  35  Holburn  road 
Dalgleish        William,        Priendly     '^bank, 

Bailers  Mrs.  9  Victoria  street 
Daniel      C.      W.      Woodend,      Hazelhead, 

Danson    Rev.    Jame3    Myers    M.A.,    D.B. 

(Episcopal),  19  Bon-Accord  crescent 
Darg  Alex.  Kelman,  Wellbrae,  Mannofield 
Darling  Bavid  Cardno,  2  Hosefield  avenue 
Davidson  Colonel  James,  Balnagask  house, 

Balnagask  road,  Terry 
Davidson  A.  Denville,  Forest  road 
Davidson  Alex.  Broomhlll  pk.  Broomhill  rd 
Davidson  Alexander,  53  Elmsfield  avenue 
Davidson  Alexander,  160  Mid  Stocket  road 
Davidson    Charles    B.,    LL.D.    Roundhay, 

Fonthill  road 
Davidson     Charles     James     M.A.,     LL.B. 

Roundhay,  Fonthill  road 
Davidson  Chas.  Robt.  218  Gt  Western  road 
Davidson  David,  21  Queen's  road 
Davidson  David,  9  Roseberry  street 
Davidson  G.  57  Beechgrove  terrace 
Davidson    Hendry,     46    Don    street,     Old 

Davidson  John,  50  Bon-Accord  terrace 
Davidson  James,  296  Great  Western  road 
Davidson  James  J. P.  68  Hamilton  place 
Davidson  Jas.  sen.  Homewood,  Mannofield 
Davidson  Jas.  jun.  Homewood,  Mannofield 
Davidson  James  Bisset,  198  Westburn  road 
Davidson  James  S.  98  Hamilton  piacu 
Davidson  James  W.  34  Hamilton  place 
Davidson  John,  74  Irvine  place 
Davidson  Miss,  326  Holburn  street 
Davidson  Misses,  9  Galsayseat  road 
Davidson  Mrs.  10  Calsayseat  road 
Davidson   Mrs.    Forres terhill  house,    Corn- 
hill  road 
Davidson  Mrs.  338  Great  Western  road 
Davidson  Mrs.  26  Hamilton  place 
Davidson  Mrs.  83  Stanley  street 
Davidson  Robert  A.  F.  27  Duthie  terrace 
Davidson  Samuel,  198  Westburn  road 
Davidson  Thomas,  13  Affleck  street 
Davidson  William,  244  Great  Western  road 
Davidson  William,  8  Orchard  place 
Davidson  William,  58  St.  Swithin  street 
Davidson   William   Clement   M.A.    59    Vic- 
toria street         ♦ 
Davidson    William    Leslie   M.A.,    LL.B.    8 

Queen's  gardens 
Davidson  w  iiliani  S.  Eliott  villa,  Beechhill, 

Bavles  Thomas  Henry,  52  Devonshire  road 
Bawson  Alexander,  3  Brunswick  place 
Bawson  George,  11  Calsayseat  road 
Dawson  James,  95  Duthie  terrace 
Dawson  Joseph,  7  Roseberry  street 
Dawson  Mrs.  36  Belvidere  street 
Dawson  Mrs.  36  Mile  End  avenue 
Dean  John  Reid  S.Sc.  Rubislaw  Den  south 
Dean  Mrs.  10  Beaconsfield  place 
De  Lessert  Alfred  Alex.  220  "Union  street 
Da  Mouilpied  Henry,  2  Forest  road 
Deuchar  James,  43  Abergeldie  road 
Devine     Rev.      Charles,      Tonfield     walk, 

Dewar  George,  5  Ferry  hill  place 
Dewar  William,  79  Westburn  road 
Dewar  William,  204  Westburn  road 


Dev  Peter,  38  Fonthill  road 

Dey  W.,  LL.B.  32  Hamilton  place 

Diach  Mis.  45  Westburn  road 

Diack  Alexander,  70  Springbank  terrace 

Diabk  Mrs.  403  Great  Western  road 

Diack  Peter,  21  Beechgrove  avenue 

Dick  Thomas,  12  Springbank  terrace 

Dickie  Alexander  Low,  16  Albyn  terrace 

Dickie  Andrew,  57  Thomson  street 

Dickie  Mrs.  16  Albyn  terrace 

Dickson  Rev.  Andrew,  Free  Church  manse, 

322  Clifton  road 
Divorty  Miss,  3  Orchard  place 
Doak  Rev.  A.,  M.A.  15  Queen's  road 
Dodds  William  Hall,  60  Ferryhill  road 
Doeg  John  S.  7  Dee  Mount  road 
Donald  0.  Tawse  Samuel,  217  Union  grove 
Donald  D.  M.  0.  36  Salisbury  terrace  - 
Donald  David  Mitchell  Cooke,  58  Duthie  ter 
Donald  James,  345  Great  Western  road 
Donald  John,  355  Union  street 
Donald  John  A.  R.  3  Garden  place 
Donald  Miss,  9  Devonshire  road 
Donald  Misses,  105  Hamilton  place 
Donald  Mrs.  Albert  grove,  Mannofield 
Donald  Mrs.  355  Union  street 
Donald  Mrs.  9  Watson  street 
Donald  William,  385  Holburn  street 
Donaldson    Rev.     Andrew    D.,     M.A.     85 

Castle  street 
Donaldson  Alexander,  12  Towis  terrace 
Donaldson  Mrs.  13  Beecherove  terrace 
Douglas     Right     Rev.      &,     Hon.     Arthur 

Gascoigne  M.A.,  D.D.   (Bishop  of  Aber- 
deen   &    Orkney),     Bishop's    court,    29 

Albyn  place 
Douglas  David,  6  Rubislaw  terrace 
Douglas  Mrs.  71  Crown  street 
Dow  Mrs.  92  Stanley  street 
Dow  William,  20  Braemar  place 
Downie  Peter,  14  Duthie  terrace 
Downie  Robert,  7  Mount  street 
Dowson  Augustus  Henry,  148  Mid  Stocket 

Drummond  John,  44  Forest  road 
Drummond  Miss,  24  Gray  street 
Ducat  James,  69  Fountainhall  road 
Dudgeon     Commander    Patrick     C,    E.N. 

Braehead,  Bridge  of  Don 
Dudgeon  William,  296  Clifton  road 
Duff  A.  304  Great  Western  road 
Duff  C.  W.  113  Hamilton  place 
Duff  Donald  M.A.  92  Blenheim  place 
Duff!  George,  20  Braemar  place 
Duff  J.  314  Great  Western  road 
Duff  John,  11  Albyn  place 
Duff  Mrs.  5  Albert  street 
Daffton  Alexander,  30  Bon-Accord  street 
Diitl'us  Alexander,  11  Queen's  gardens 
Duffus  Mrs.  34  Devonshire  road 
Dugan  Alexander  Ferrier,  5  Mount  street 
Duguid  Alexander,  13  Devonshire  road 
Duguid  Andrew,  181a,  Union  street 
Duguid  George,  32  Belvidere  crescent 
Duguid  James,  7  Bon-Accord  crescent 
Duguid  James,  22  Gordondale  road 
Dligtr'-cl  James,  383  Holburn  street 
Duguid  James,  144  Mid  Stocket  road 
Duguid  Mrs.  12  Albyn  terrace 
Duguid  Mrs.  Hi  Queen's  road 
Duguid  Robert  Arthur,  7  Ferryhill  place  ' 
Dumolo  William,  435  Great  Western  road 
Dunbar  Mrs.  56  Pountainhail  road 
Duncan  Rev.  John  D.D.   (.Congregational), 

69  Bee  street 
Duncan  Alexander,  9  Fonthill  terrace 
Duncan  Alexander,  17  Roslin  terrace 
Duncan  Alex.  Robertson,  197  Westburn  rd 
Duncan  Andrew,   Amelia  villa,   Balnagask 

road,  Torry 
Duncan  Douglass,  23  Crown  street 
Duncan  George  M.A.  33  Hamilton  place 
Duncan  George,  412  King  street 
Duncan  Hugh,  28  Balmoral  place 
Duncan  James  W.  28  Ashley  road 
Duncan  John,  403  King  street 
Duncan  John,  jun.  479  King  street 
Duucan  M.  Moir  B.A.  3  Bon-Accord  cres 
Duncan  Miss,  76  Abergeldie  road 
Duncan  Miss,  30  Beaconsfield  place 
Duncan  Miss,  20  Bonnymuir  place 
Duncan  Miss,  21  Victoria  street 
Duncan  Misses,  25  Hamilton  place 
Duncan  Mra.  387  Holburn  6treet 
Duncan  Mrs.  61  Osborne  place 
Duncan  Robert,  11  Fonthill  terrace 
Duncan  William  Oswald,  3  Bon-Accord  cres 
Dunn  David,  87  Hamilton  place 
Dunn  John  A.,  J. P.  5  Queen's  road 
Dunn  John  McLeod,  121  Broomhill  road 
Dunn  Mrs.  7  Alford  place 
Dunn  Mrs.  21  Ashley  road 
Dnnningham  William,  31  Albert  terrace 
Durno  James,  26  Carden  place 
Duthie  Alexander,  19  Watson  street  • 
Duthie  Alexander  Taylor,  346  Holburn  st 
Duthie    David    Hutcheon    M.A.,    B.L.    57 

Carlton  place 
Duthie  George  Forsyth  J. P.  Maryville,  Don 

terrace,  Woodside 



I  Duthie  Jaines,  19a,  Mount  street 
Duthie  John,  Powis  lodge,  College  bounds 
Duthie  John  A.  28  Polmuir  road 
Duthie  Miss,  18  Dulhie  terrace 
Duthie  Mrs.  50  Stanley  street 
Duthie  Robert  Gerard,  49  Beechgrove,  ter 
Dyaek  William,  Merlebank,  Ruthrieston 
Easton  Mrs.  12  Bon-Accord  crescent 
Easton  Mrs.  116  Mid  Stocket  roud 
Eddie  Miss,  148  Great  Western  read 
Eddie  Miss,  20  Rubislaw  terrace 
Edelshain  Samuel,  322  Great  Western  road 
Edtnond  Alexander,  18  Rubislaw  terrace 
Edmond  George  M.,  M.D.  11  Golden  square 
Edmond  John  Leslie,  3  Watson  street 
Edmond  Miss,  20  Beechgrove  place 
Edmondston  Charles,  29  Beechgrove  terrace 
Edmonston  Mrs.  36  St.  Swithln's  street 
Edward  Alexander,  98  Desswood  place 
Edwards  Alfred  William,  70  Carden  place 
Edwards  D.  378  Great  Western  road 
Edwards  John  J. P.  70  Carden  place 
Edwards  William,  426  King  street 
Elfert  Otto  Herman,  271  Great  Western  rd 
Ellis  Alexander,  66  Springbank  terrace 
Ellis  Frederick  W.,   M.B.,  CM.  Royal  in- 
firmary, Woolmanhill 
Ellis  John,  Rubislaw  Den  south 
Elmslie  Andrew  Glass,  52  Whitehall  road 
Elmslle  Miss,  76  Fountainhall  road 
Elmsly  Mrs.  48  Springbank  terrace 
Elrick  Alexander,  598  George  street 
Elrick  John,  43  Devonshire  road 
Elrick  William,  S3  Irvine  place 
Elsmie  James,  5  Bon-Accord  crescent 
Elsmie  James  Richard,  12  Albyn  place 
Emerson  Jas.  August  Alfred,  2*22  Union  gro 
Emslie  Alexander,  69  Loanhead  terrace 
Emslie  John,  10  Beechgrove  terrace 
Emslie  Mrs.  100  Union  grove 
England  George,  18  Garden  place 
Esslemont     George     Birnie,     King's    ncre, 

King's  gate 
Esslemont  James,  25  Forest  road 
Esslemont  Peter,  2  Affleck  street 
Esson  Rev.   Alexander  M.A.    1   St.   John's 

terrace,  Mannofield 
Esson  George  S.,  M.A.  25  Victoria  street 
Esson  James,  21  Irvine  place 
Es^on  Mrs.  22  Brighton  place 
Esson  Mrs.  59  Clifton  road 
Ewan  Miss,  26  Chapel  street 
Ewart  Edward  John,  91  Ashley  road 
Ewen  John,  123  Blenheim  place 
Ewen  Miss,  204  Great  Western  road 
Ewing  James,  390  Great  Western  road   . 
Fairley  Rev.   Donald  Grant  (United  Pres- 
byterian),  14  Belvidere  street 
Fairley   Rev.   John  M.A.  The  Manse,   340 

Clifton  road 
Pairweainer  Mrs.  81  Duthie  terrace 
Falconer  George,  15  Victoria  street 
Falconer  Mrs.  51  Thomson  street 
Falconer  William,  Home  park,  Belgrave  ter 
Farquhar  George  J. P.  14  Union  row 
Farquhar  James,  34  Braemar  p'.ace 
Farquhar  Mrs.  15  Forest  avenue 
Farquhar  William  Abercromby  Gordon,  180 

Great  Western  road 
Farquharson  Charles,  316  Holburn  street 
Farquharson  Henry,  24  Ferryhill  place  ■. 
Farquharson  John  J. P.  37  Westburn  road 
Farquharson  Peter,  7  Albyn  place 
Farquharson  William;  87  Argyll  place 
Farrell  Mrs.  204  Great  Western  road 
Fearnside  John,  18  Ashley  road 
Fenton  Robert,  68  Devonshire  road 
Ferdinands  G-,  M.D.  3  Albyn  place 
Ferguson  Andrew  Bruce,  1  Lily  Bank  place 
Ferguson  John  M.,  M.A.  88  Hamilton  place 
Ferguson  Mrs-.  8  Argyll  crescent 
Ferguson  Mrs.  12  Mount  street 
Ferguson  Mrs.  62  Springbank  terrace 
Ferguson  Mrs.  Woodside  house,  Woodside 
Ferguson  Thomas,  7  Westfield  terrace 
Fergusson  Robert,   11  Fountainhall  road 
Fettes  David,  6  Bevonshire  road 
Fiddes  Mrs.  2  Albury  place 
Fiddes  Mrs.  13  Holburn  road 
Fiddes  Mrs.  360  Holburn  street 
Fiddes  Mrs.  1  Queen's  road 
Fiddes  William,  25  Argvll  place 
Fiddes  William,  36  Clifton  road 
Fildes  Horace,  28  Beaconsfield  place 
Fimister  Mrs.  92  Besswood  place 
Findlay  James,  1  Prince  Arthur  street 
Findlay  Miss,  214  Great  Western  road 
Findlay  Mrs:  104  Broomhill  road 
Findlay  William,  34  Fountainhall  road 
Findlay    William    M.A.,    M.B.,    O.M.    475 

Union  street 
Findlay  WJliam,  7  Victoria  street 
Findlayson  Mrs.  18  Lnanhead  terrace 
Fines  John  Charles,  18  Gray  street 
Finlay  David  White  M.D.  2  Queen's  terrace 
Finlavson  James,  66  Bon- Accord  street 
Fisher  Rev.  Robert  Howie  B.B.fEstablished 

West  Church),  7  Rubislaw  terrace 
Fisher  Alexander,  96  Western  rd.  Woodside 

24       ABERDEEN. 

Fitzpatrick  Mrs.  2  Argyll  crescent 
Fleming  John,  1  Bon- Accord  crescent 
Fleming  John  J.F.  .Richmond  hill,  King's 

Fletcher  Alexander,  5  Dee  Mount  terrace 
Fletcher  William,  3  Marine  terrace 
Flett  Alexander,  14a,  Union  grove 
Floclchart  John  0.  Abbothall  villa,  Cults 
Florence  Mrs.  12  Argyll  crescent 
Florence  Mrs.  25  Stanley  street 
Florence  William,  124  Leslie  terrace 
Foggo  William  S.  2a,  Albyn  place 
Forbes   Bev.    William   M.A.    (Established), 

449  Great  Western  road 
Forbes  Alexander,  1  Albyn  terrace 
Forbes  Alexander  M.B.,  CM.  84  King  st 
Forbes  Alexander,  12  Salisbury  terrace 
Forbes*  Alexander  Knight,  23  Gray  street 
Forbes  Charles,  48  Fountainhall  road 
Forbes  James,  1  Albyn  terrace 
Forbes  James,  53  Beechgrove  terrace 
Forbes  James,  49  Thomson  street 
Forbes  Miss,  1  Albyn  terrace 
Forbes  Miss,  10  Chanonry,  Old  Aberdeen 
Forbes  Mis?,  37  Desswood  place 
Forbes  Misses,  G2  Albury  road 
Forbes  Misses,  3  Westfield  terrace 
Forbes  Mrs.  62  Mile  End  avenue 
Forbes  Mrs.  85  Mile  End  avenue 
Forbes  Mrs.  70  Stanley  street 
Forbes  William  Dixon,  9  Whitehouse  street 
Ford  Miss,  57  Beaconsfield  place 
Forest  James  A.  Heath  cottage, Ruthrieston 
Forgan  Rev.  Bobert  B.D.  32  Carden  place 
Forsham  James  Alfred,  19  Ashley  road 
Forsyth  Miss,  2  Belvidere  crescent 
Forsyth  Mrs.  50  Fountainhall  road 
Fortescue  William  Irvine  J.P.,  M.B.,  CM. 

7  Bon-Accord  square 
Fotheringham  Misses,  10  Gladstone  place 
Fotheringham  Thomas,  96  Fountainhall  rd 
Fowler  Alexander,  142  Broomhill  road 
Fowler  Archibald  Alex.  114  Clifton  road 
Fowler  George,  370  Great  Western  road 
Fowler  James,  113  Clifton  road 
Fowler   James*  Elsmie   J. P.,    M.D.    Arden- 

ville,  Church  street,  Woodside 
Fowler  Mrs.  43  Stanley  street 
Fowler  William,  83  Ashley  road 
Fowler  William,  98  Fountainhall  road 
Fowlie  Miss,  30  Stanley  street 
Fraser  Bev.  J.  W.,  M.A.  60  Albury  road 
Fraser  A.,  M.D.,  J. P.  232  Union  street 
Fraser  Adam,  39  Carden  place 
Fraser  Alexander  D.  100  Desswood  place 
Fraser  Charles,  100  Bonnymuir  place 
Fraser  Charles  Ross,  33  Caledonian  place 
Fraser  Daniel,  82  Bon-Accord  street 
Fraser  George,  15  Belgrave  terrace 
Fraser  Gray  C  40  Queen's  road 
Fraser  Hector,  47  Carden  place 
Fraser  Hector,  jun.  309  Holburn  street 
Fraser  John,  79  Desswood  place 
Fraser  John,  2  Skene  place,  Skene  street 
Fraser  John  P.  Kenfield,  Mannofield 
Fraser  Michael,   128  Hammerfield  avenue 
Fraser  Misses,  58  Bon-Accord  street 
Fraser  Mrs.  22  Beechgrove  terrace 
Fraser  Mrs.  16  Belvidere  crescent 
Fraser  Mrs.  83  Blenheim  place 
Fraser  Mrs.  4  Bon-Accord  square 
Fraser  Mrs.  5  Bon-Accord  street 
Fraser  Mrs.  425  Great  Western  road 
Eraser     Mrs.     Hawthorn     bank,     Tanfield 

walk,  Woodside 
Fraser  Mrs.  173  Holburn  street 
Fraser  Mrs.  238  Union  grove 
Fraser  Mrs.  13  Victoria  street 
Fraser  Bobert,  106  Bonnymuir  place 
Fraser    Thomas     M.A.,     M.B.,     Ch.B.     2 

Elmbauk  terrace 
Fraser  William,  73  Blenheim  place 
Fraser  William,  99  Fountainhall  road 
Fraser  William,  436  Great  Western  road 
Fraser  William,  56  Hamilton  place 
Fraser     William     Smith,     3     Hilton    road, 

Frater  James,  4  Caledonian  place 
French  Mrs.  11  Ferryhill  place 
Fullerton  The  Misses,  7  Polmuir  road 
Fulton   Thomas    Wemyss   M.D.    417    Great 

Western  road 
Fyfe  James,  5  Thistle  place,  Thistle  street 
Fyfe  James,  29  Thomson  street 
Fyfe  James,  17  Victoria  street 
Fyfe  James,  jun.  15  Rose  street 
Fyfe  John  J. P.  Beechgrove  house,  Beech- 
grove terrace 
Fyfe  Miss,  44  Bon-Accord  terrace 
Fyfe  Mrs.  41  Braemar  place 
Fyfe  Bobert,  36  Devonshire  road 
Fyfe    William    M.A.    (science   master),    31 

Mile  End  avenue 
Fyvie  Mrs.  347  Holburn  street 
Gahriel  David,  58  Devonshire  road 
Galbraith  Bev.  M.,  M.A.  7  Dee  place 
Hall  Alexander,  27  Ferryhill  place 
Gall    Alexander     George    M.B.,     CM.    96 

Powis  place 


Gall  Robert,  71  Beechgrove  terrace 
Galloway  Alexander  Rudolf  M.A.,  M.B.  250 

Union  street 
Galloway  John,  8  Carlton  place 
Galloway  John,  23  Cranford  road 
Galloway  William  Ramsay,  60  Duthie  ter 
Gammie  John,  28  Gray  street 
Gammie  John,  50  Whitehall  road 
GanBon  Miss,  1  Eldon  terrace 
Garbutb  William,  145  Duthie  terrace 
Garden  Farquharson  Taylor,  4  Rubislaw  tei 
Garden  George,  406  Union  street 
Garden  John,  26  Mile  End  .avenue 
Garden  Mrs.  4  Albyn  terrace 
Garden  Mrs.  169  Great  Western  road 
Garden  R.  J.,  M.D.  15  Golden  square 
Garden  William,  79  Bon-Accord  street 
Garden  William  J. P.  365  Great  Western  rd 
Gardiner  Alexander,  188  Mid  Stocket  road 
Gardiner  Andrew,  41  Bon-Accord  street 
Garioch  Peter  Grant,  23  Calsayseat  road 
Garland  Thomas,  7  Carden  place 
Garrow  Mrs.  24  Mile  End  avenue 
Garrow  Robert,  56  Albury  road 
Garvie  George,  13  Powis  terrace 
Garvie  William,  1  Osborne  place 
Gaudie  Mrs.  51  Beaconsfield  place 
Gauld  Edgar,  1  Hamilton  place 
Gauld  James,  8  Beechgrove  place 
Gauld  John,  79  Blenheim  place 
Gavin  Mrs.  206  Great  Western  road 
Geddes    Sir   William  D.,    LL.D.    Chanonry 

lodge,  Old  Aberdeen 
Geddes  Mrs.  98  Powis  place 
Geddie  David  W.  378  George  street 
Geershon  Thomas,  26  Fountainhall  road 
Gellie  William  C.  58  Irvine  place 
George  Lewis,  4a,  Caroline  place 
George  Mrs.  110  Leslie  terrace 
Georges  Mrs.  25  Albyn  place 
Georgeson  William,  459  King  street 
Gerrard  Alexander,  4  Marine  place 
Gerrie  George,  55  Mile  End  avenue 
Gibb  Alexander,  11  Hilton  street 
Gibb  Alexander,  12  Queen's  road 
Gibb  George  M.A.  294  Great  Western  road 
Gibb  John,  1  Belvidere  street 
Ghb  Robert,  490  King  street 
Gibb  Thomas,  13  Mount  street 
Gibson  Henry,  35  Gladstone  place 
Gibson  Miss,  35  Dee  street 
Gibson  Miss,  19  North  Silver  street 
Gibson  Mrs.  6  Albert  terrace 
Gibson  T.  B.,  M.A.  2  Golden  square 
G.bson  William,  56  Dee  street 
Gifford  James,  78  Ashley  road 
Gifford  James,  255  Union  grove 
GUbert  Thomas,  39  Beechgrove  terrace 
Gilclirist  Alfred  M.A.  iti8  Skene  street  west 
Gilchrist  Miss,  74  Abergeldie  road 
Giles  Mrs.  6  Argyll  place 
Gill  Alexander,  74  Desswood  place 
Gill  Alex.  0.,  J.P.  Fairfield,  Whinhill  road 
Gill  James,  41  Dee  street 
Gill  John,  31  Beechgrove  terrace 
Gill  William  Smith,  22  Waverley  place 
GUlan  Miss,  13  Bon-Accord  crescent 
Gillespie  William,  50  Loanhead  terrace 
Gillies  T.  B.  375  Great  Western  road 
Gilroy  James  M.A.,  B.D.  44  Don  street,  Old 

Glass  Alexander  Pithie,  357  Clifton  road 
Glegg  James  C.  60  King's  gate 
Glegg  Mrs.  120  Westburn  road 
Glenesk  Mrs.  17  Cairnrield  place 
Glennie  Harvey  Allan,  54  Mile  End  avenue 
Glennle  James  Alexander,  99  Irvine  place 
Glennie  Mrs.  384  Holburn  street 
Glennie  Mrs.  44  Irvine  place 
Glennie  William,  22  Belvidere  crescent 
Glennie  William  James,  2  Rosemount  ter 
Godsman  George,  37  Great  Northern  road 
Goldsworth  Miss',  15  Albert  terrace 
Good  WJliam  C.  12  Bubislaw  terrace 
Goodall  Rev.  J.  21  Calsayseat  road 
Guodbrand  Stephen,  31  King's  crescent 
Gordon  Adam,  21  Mount  street 
Gordon  Charles,  9  Braemar  place 
Gordon  Charles,  jun.  84  Queen's  road 
Gordon  Charles  Stuart  J.P.  20  Albyn  place 
Gordon  James,  45  Beaconsfleld  place 
Gordon  James  E.  23  Beechgrove  terrace 
Gordon  James  Hall,  23  De  Mount  road 
Gordon  John  M.D.  1  Rubislaw  terrace 
Gordon  John  Henry  Forbes,48  Salisbury  ter 
Gordon  Miss,  27  Albert  terrace 
Gordon  Miss,  18  Beaconsfield  place 
Gordon  Miss,  168  Bon-Accord  street 
Gordon  Miss;  13  Cairnfield  place 
Gordon  Misses,  144  Bon-Accord  street 
Gordon  Mrs.  30  Balmoral  place 
Gordon  Mrs.  2  Carden  terrace 
Gordon  Mrs.  77  Duthie  terrace 
Gordon  Mrs.  337  Union  street 
Gordon  Robert  Fraser,  8  Elmbank  terrace 
Gordon  William,  35  Albyn  place 
Gordon  William,  34  Belvidere  street 
Gordon  William,  280  Great  Western  road 
Gordon  William  J.P.  26  Bubislaw  terrace 
Gordon  William,  72  Stanley  street 


Gordon  William  George,  37  Hamilton  place 
Gordon-Smith  Mrs.  50  Devonshire  road 
Gorrod  John,  8  Bonnymuir  place 
Gow  John  Boyd,  27  Gladstone  place 
Gow  Miss,  29  Polmuir  road 
Gowans  George  It.  36  Holburn  street 
Gracie  William,  62  Elmfield  avenue 
Graham  C.  380  Great  Western  road 
Graham  George,  73  Desswood  place 
Graham  John,  86  Hamilton  place 
Graham  Miss,  36  Burns  road 
Graham  William  J.P,  9  King's  gate 
Grant   Rev.    Andrew   (Catholic),    Cathedral 

house,  Huntly  street 
Grant  Alexander,  71  Clifton  road 
Grant  Alexander  D,  59  Abergeldie  road 
Grant  George,  39  Albert  street 
Grant  James,  121  Clifton  road 
Grant    James    Robertson    J.P.    339    Great 

Western  road 
Grant  John,  34  Belvidere  crescent 
Grant  John,  110  Hamilton  place 
Grant  John  Lyall,  11  Albyn  terrace- 
Grant  Miss,  1  Westfield  terrace 
Grant  Mrs.  26  Brighton  place 
Grant  Mrs.  84  Leslie  terrace 
Grant  Mrs.  223  Union  grove 
Grant  Robert,  71  Westburn  road 
Grassick  Mrs.  21  Ferryhill  place 
Grassick  Mrs.  107  Mile  End  evenue  , 

Gray  Rev.  Alexander  D.D.  196  Westburn  rd 
Gray  Alexander,  147  Duthie  terrace 
Gray  Alexander,  272  Holb*arn  street 
Gray  Alexander,  9  Queen's  road 
Gray  Alexander  M.  4  Hamilton  place 
Gray  Alexander  R-.  37  Queen's  road 
Gray  David,  270  Great  Western  road 
Gray  Qeorge,  48  Devonshire  road 
Gray  George,  104  Mid  Stocket  road 
Gray  George,  109  Mile  End  avenue 
Gray  George,  41  Springbank  terrace 
Gray  Henry,  3  Queen's  road 
Gray    Henry    Mcllbree    Williamson    M.B.,. 

CM.  5  Bon-Accord  square 
Gray  James,  631  Holburn  street 
Gray  James,  14  Powis  terrace 
Gray  John,  84  Fountainhall  road 
Gray  John  Paterson  Smith,  44  Salisbury  ter 
Gray  Miss,  58  Carden  place 
Gray  Mrs.  27  Belvidere  street 
Gray  Mrs.  340  Great  Western  road 
Gray  Mrs.  Rubislaw  Den  south 
Gray  Mrs.  44  Salisbury  terrace 
Gray  Mrs.  The  Gables,  Rubislaw  Den  south 
Gray  Robert,  49  Queen's  road 
Gray  Thomas,  50  Springbank  terrace 
Gray  William,  21  Braemar  place 
Greaves  Charles,  64  Devonshire  road 
Green  James,  39  Desswood  place 
Green  James,  59  Mile  End  avenue- 
Green  Mrs.  11  Belgrave  terrace 
Green  Mrs.  1  Carden  terrace 
Greenlaw  Andw.  Morrison,  16  Loanhead  ter 
Greenlaw  John,  21  Springbank  terrace 
Gregory  John  M.B.,  CM.  108  High  street 
Greig  Alexander,  17  Osborne  place 
Greg  George,  50  Irvine  place 
Greig  George,  33  Thomson  street 
Greig  J.  Morningside,  Mannofield 
Greig  John  Knox,  30  Albert  terrace 
Greig  William,  13  Forbesfield  road 
Greig  William,  15  Boslin  terace 
Grey  William,  86  Blenheim  place 
Grierson  Herbert  J.  C,  M.A.  7  King's  gate 
Grieve  William,  33  Rubislaw  Den  south 
Guthrie  Rev.  William  Gallowtree,   38  Lily 

Bank  place 
Guthrie  John,  79  Gray  street 
Guthrie  Miss,  22  Beechgrove  place' 
Guthrie  Mrs.  53  Clifton  road 
Guthrie  William  Stuart,  7  Beechgrove  aven 
Hadden  Henry  C  52  Queen's  road 
Hadden  James,  33  Thomson  street 
Hadden  James,  33  Watson  street 
Hadden  James  Albert,  429  Clifton  road 
Hadden  Miss,  Craigie  park 
Hadden  Mrs.  35  Beaconsfield  place* 
Hall  Alexander,  8  Braemar  place 
Hall  George,  139  Desswood  place 
Hall  Harvey,  8  Bon-Accord  crescent 
Hall  James,  12  Balmoral  place 
Hall  Robert,  12  Queen  street,  Woodside 
Hall  William,  Ford  bank 
Hall  William,  jun.  Ford  bank,  Euthriestorr 
Halley  William,  415  Great  Western  road 
Hallglen  Richard,  139  Great  Western  road' 
Hally  Robert,  22  Queen's  road 
Hamilton  David  J.,  M.A.,  M.B.,  F.B.C.S.E. 

41  Queen's  road 
Hampton  Thomas  Walker,  124  Desswood  pL 
Hardie  James^,  28  Desswood  place 
Harper  Hugh,  11  Gray  street 
Harper  John  J.P.  Seafield  house 
Harper  Louis,  58  Gladstone  place 
Harper  Miss,  3  Belvidere  crescent 
Harper  W.  10  Springbank  terrace 
Harrow  John  B.  26  Fountainhall  road 
Harrower   John   M.A.    32    College   bounds, 

Old  Aberdeen 
Harvey  George  Thompson,  1  Hosefield  aven 



ABERDEEN.       25 

Harvey  William,  230  Great  Western  road 

Hawes  Mrs.  22  South  Mount  street 

Hawkins  Mrs.  38  Carden  place 

Hay  Alexander,  18  Gladstone  place 

Hay  Edward  H,,  M.A.  21  Grosvenor  place 

Hay  James,  27  Albert  terrace 

Hay  James,  21  Albyn  place 

Hay  James,  19  Stanley  street 

Hay  John,  346  Great  Western  road 

Hay  Matthew  M.D.  14  Rubislaw  terrace 

Hay  Miss,  Seaton  house,  Old  Aberdeen 

Hay  Misses,  25  Springbank  terrace 

Hay  Mrs.  40  Bon-Accord  street 

Hay  Mrs.  1  College  bounds,  Old  Aberdeen 

Hay  Mrs.  Orchard  house,  Orchard  place 

Hay  Mrs.  6  Polmuir  road 

Hay  Mrs.  40  Springbank  terrace 

Hay  Peter,  46  Brighton  place 

Hay  Robert,  70  "Union  grove 

Hay  Robert  Watson  Lyall,  6  Polmuir  road 

Hayne  C.  F.  447  Great  Western  road 

Hayward  Lieut. Irvin  R.N.R.30  Brighton  pi 

Hector  Alexander,  63  Queen's  road 

Hector  James  Alexander  Hay,  22  Bridge  st 

Hector  John,  154  Bon-Accord  street 

Hector  Miss,  135  Blenheim  place 

Hector  Miss,  9  South  Crown  street 

Hector  Mrs.  22  Bridge  street 

Hector  Mrs.  368  Great  Western  road 

Hector  Thomas  J.P.  46  Fountainhall  road 

Hector  Thomas  Walker,  46  Fountainhall  rd 

Hegarty  Jn.  Bayne,  The  Eagles, Queen's  gte 

Hein  Gustave,  2  Rubislaw  place 

Helmrich  Charles,  58  Beaconsfield  place 

Henderson  Sir  William  D.L.,  J.P.,  LL.D. 

Devanha  house,  Ferryhill 
Henderson  A.  D.  24  Polmuir  road 
Henderson  Albert  M.B.,  CM.  207  "Union  st 
Henderson  Alexander,  13  Argyll  place 
Henderson  Alexander,  158  Broomhill  road 
Henderson  Andrew,  134  Mid  Stocket  road 
Henderson  David,  15  Elm  place 
Henderson  David,  36  Irvine  place 
Henderson  Francis  Deans,  97  Leslie  terrace 
Henderson  J.  150  Broomhill  road 
Henderson  Jas.  J.P.  431  Gt.  Northern  rd 
Henderson  James,  79  Mile  End  avenue 
Henderson  James,  3  Murray  terrace 
Henderson  John,  604  George  street 
Henderson  John,  285  Great  Western  road 
Henderson  John,  422  King  street 
Henderson  John  J.P.  Queen's  gate 
Henderson  Miss,  128  Crown  street 
Henderson  Mrs.  89  Clifton  road 
Henderson  Mrs.  62  Duthie  terrace' 
Henderson  Mrs.  34a,  Elmfield  avenue 
Henderson  Mrs.  19  Lily  Bank  place 
Henderson  Mrs.  20  Westfield  terrace 
Henderson  Peter,  4  Loanhead  terrace 
Henderson  Robert  J.P.  9  Albyn  terrace 
Henderson  Thomas,  13  Argyll  place 
Henderson  Thomas,  65  Stanley  street 
Henderson  William,  39  Belvidere  street 
Henderson  William,  135  Crown  street 
Henderson  William,  25  Dee  Mount  road 
Henderson  William,  146  Mid  Stocket  road 
Hendrick  James  B.Sc.  141  Mid  Stocket  rd 
Hendry  Alexander,  39  Thomson  street 
Hendry  David  R.  6  Canal  street 
Hendry  Hugh  Ross,  16  Burns  road 
Hendry  Mrs.  22  Bedford  road 
Henry  Alexander,  Queen's  cross 
Henry  William  Crombie,  19  Forest  avenue 
Hensman  Misses,  6  Alford  place 
Hepburn  John,  77  Stanley  street 
Herd  William,  42  Mount  street 
Hill  James,  450  King  street 
Hirschfcld  Mrs.  54  Beaconsfield  place 
Hodge  Miss  Mary,  1  Alford  place 
Hobart  David,  74  Cairnfield  place 
Hogarth  Alexander  P.  14  Crown  terrace 
Hogarth  Hugh,  13  Golden  square  ;&  Carron 

bank,  Stonehaven,  Kincardineshire 
Hogg  William,  37  Osborne  place 
Holmes  Mrs.  9  Eldon  terrace 
Holmes  W.  361  Great  Western  road 
Hood  Geo.  Mair,  Red  ho.  Rubislaw  Den  sth 
Hopkins  Mrs.  1  Belvidere  crescent 
Home  Alexander  Duff  us,  41  Carden  place 
Home  Miss,  12  Loanhead  terrace 
Hosie  Mrs.  110  Desswood  place 
Housen  Charles,  108  Bonnymuir  place 
Howie  Mrs.  158  Mid  Stocket  road 
Howie  Peter  M.B.,  CM.  116  Crown  street 
Howie  William  Yule,  99  Leslie  terrace 
Huggan  John,  Monaltrie  villa,  Seafield  road 
Hugon  Alfred  Emile,  4  Dee  place 
Humble  John,  276  Broomhill  road 
Humphrey  Fredk.  Chas.  77  Bon-Accord  st 
Humphrey  Miss,  95  Ashley  road 
Hunter  Andrew  M.B.,  CM.  173  King  street 
Hunter  James,  173  King  street 
Hunter  James,  13  Lily  Bunk  place 
Hunter  Mrs.  553  George  street 
Hunter  Mrs.  20  Roslin  terrace 
Hunter  Mrs.  78  "Union  grove 
Hunter  Mrs.  47  Victoria  street 
Hunter  William  M.A.,  LL.D.  36  Albvn  pi 
Hunter-Blair  Captain  R.  S.  Denmore" 

Hui-ry  William,  139  Skene  street 
Hutcheon  Edward,  392  King  street 
Hutcheon  Henry,  528  King  street 
Hutcheon  James  J.P.  90  Hamilton  place 
Hutcheon  John,  300  Clifton  rd.  Woodside 
Hutcheon  Miss,  78  Beechgrove  terrace 
Hutcheson  G.  56  Carden  place 
Hutcheson  Jas.  Burnside  cot.  Ruthrieston 
Hutchison  Alex.  Burnet,  76  Beechgrove  ter 
Hutchison  James,  52  Hamilton  place 
Hutchison  Mrs.  498  Union  street 
Im'.ay  Hugh,  11  Forest  road 
I  inlay  John  M.  31  Argyll  place 
Inglis*  John,  19  Miie  End  avenue 
Inglis  Miss,  291  Great  Western  road 
Ingram  Alexander,  46  Forest  road 
Ingram  Miss,  46  Whitehall  road 
Ingram  The  Misses,  25  Belvidere  street 
Ingram  Mrs.  692  King  street 
Ingram  Mrs,  4-4  Loanhead  terrace 
Innes  Col.  T.,  J.P.  25  Belmont  street 
Innes  Rev.   William  Disney  (rector  of  St. 

Peter's),  208  Victoria  road 
Innes  Alexander,  2  Castle  terrace 
Innes  John,  11  Elmbank  terrace 
Innes  John  M.B.,  CM.  4  Powis  terrace 
Innes  Mrs.  122  Leslie  terrace 
Ironside  A.  M.  19  Little  Chapel  street 
Ironside  Alexander  Wilson,  17  Broomhill  rd 
Ironside  John,  15  Gladstone  place 
Ironside  John,  31  Thomson  street 
Ironside  Mrs.  23  Mile  End  avenue 
Ironside  Mrs.  30  Whitehall  road 
Ironside  William  Dalton  C.E.  29  Rubislaw 

Den  south 
Irvin  John  Hannel,  7  Devonshire  road 
Irvine  A.  M.  352  Great  Western  roal 
Iverach  Rev.  James  M.A.,  D.D.  12  Ferry- 
hill  place 
Jack  Alexander,  44  Clifton  road 
Jack  John,  61  Duthie  terrace 
Jack  Mrs.  25  Mount  street 
Jackson  Bernard,  136  Broomhill  road 
Jackson  George  Dunlop,   06  Devonshire  rd 
Jackson  Henry  M.D.  19  Golden  square 
Jackson  James,  39  Watson  street 
Jackson  Mrs.  39  Stanley  street 
Jackson  Robert,  83  Duthie  terrace 
Jackson  Robert  Cecil,  21  Albert  street 
Jackson  William,  500  Great  Western  road 
Jaffrey  Thomas  J.P.  100  Fountainhall  road 
Jamieson  Rev.  George  D.D.  The  Manse,  14 

Chanonry,  Old  Aberdeen 
Jamieson  J.  T.  76  Queen's  read 
Jamieson  James,  62^  Holburn  street 
Jamieson  John,  131  Mid  Stocket  road 
Jamieson  Mrs.  10  Albyn  place 
Jamieson  Mrs.  15  Beechgrove  terrace 
Jamieson  Mrs.  22  Belvidere  street 
Jamieson  Mrs.  20  Carlton  place 
Jamieson  Mrs.  19  Queen's  road 
Jamieson  Mrs.  Willow  bank,  Hardgate 
Jamieson  William,  18  Claremount  street 
Japp  Francis  R.(  M.A.,  LL.D.,  F.R.S.   li 

Carden  place 
Jeffrey  James  Thorn  M.A.  10  Queen  street 
Jenkins  George  G-.  46  Bon-Accord  street 
Jenkins  Miss,  60  Bon-Accord  street 
Jenkins  Mrs.  81  Gray  street 
Jobberns  Mrs.  33  Brighton  place 
John  Meyrick,  19  St.  Swithin  street 
Johnson  Mrs.  81  Blenheim  place 
Johnson  Thomas,  81  Hamilton  place 
Johnston  Rev.   David  M.A.,  D.D.   34  Col- 
lege bounds,  Old  Aberdeen 
Johnston  Alexander,  71  Fountainhall  road 
Johnston  Alexander  M.D.  35  Queen's  road 
Jolinston  James,  19  Forbesfield  road 
Johnston  James,  636  King  street 
Johnston  John,  26  Ashley  roal 
Johnston  John,  24  Rubislaw  terrace 
Johnston  John,  81  Stanley  street 
Johnston  Joseph,  1  Calsayseat  road 
Johnston  Mrs.  23  Ferryhill  place 
Johnston  Mrs.  79  Hamilton  place 
Johnston  Mrs.  93  Mile  End  avenue 
Johnston  Wm.  J.P.  47  Belmont  st.  Belmont 
Johnstone  Charles,  34  Albyn  place 
Johnstone  Miss,  120  Mid  Stocket  road 
Johnstone  Mrs.  5  Hosefield  avenue 
Johnstone  Peter,  Beehive  villa,  Balnasgask  rd 
Jolly  Andrew  Wood,  67  Loanhead  terrace 
Jolly  William,  1  Abbotsford  place 
Jones  Henry  Thomas,  8  Crimon  place 
Jones  Mrs.  Wellington  house,  Alford  place 
Jones  Richard,  7  Laurelwood  avenue 
Jopp  Alex.  Woodhill  house,  Westburn  road 
Jopp  Henry  John,  5  Albyn  terrace 
Jopp  Mrs.  5  Albvn  terrace 
Jopp  William  C  H.  13  Albyn  terrace 
Joss  Mrs.  Patrick,  23  Lily  Bank  p'ace 
Kay  Francis  Wm.  M.A.,  B.L.  7  Queen's  rd 
Kay  Harvey  Geo.  Wellington  ho.  Alford  pi 
Kay  James  Petrie,  7  Queen's  road 
Keane  Mrs.  74  Duthie  terrace 
Keir  Lewis  L.  137  Union  street 
Keith  Rev.  John,  51  Hamilton  place 
Keith  Alex.  Cairnaquheen,   South  Stocket 
Keith  Alexander,  4  Rosemount  terrace 
Keith  George,  444  King  street 

Keith  James  B.,  J.P.  88  Spring  ga.Jen 

Keith  Miss,  10  Whitehall  road 

Keith  Mrs.  34  Beaconsfield  place 

Keith  Mrs.  4  Forest  road 

Keith  Mrs.  32  Union  row 

Keith  Mrs.  373  Union  street 

Keith  William,   jum   Rubislaw  Den  house, 

Keith  William  L.  Headcroft  place 
Kellas  David,  415  Clifton  road 
I  Kellas  Henry,  48  Carden  place 
Kellas  James  F.,  J.P.  48  Carden  place 
Kelly  Francis1  M.D.  6  West  Craibstone  sk 
I  Kelly  James,  3  Forest  road 
Kelly  James,  35  Grosvenor  place 
Kelly  John,  50  Great  Western  road 
Kelly  Mrs.  59  Carlton  place 
Kelly  Thomas-,  33  Gilcomston  park 
Kelly  William,  Rubislaw  Den  north 
Kemp  George  J.P.  27  Watson  street 
Kemp  James,  120  Clifton  road 
Kemp  John,  54  Whitehall  road 
Kemp  William,  67  Union  grove 
Kennedy  James,  21  King's?  gate 
Kennedy  Joseph,  62  Stanley  street 
Kennedy    The    Misses,    Craigwell    cottage, 

Skene  terrace 
Ker  Mrs.  14  Bon-Accord  crescent 
Kerr  Mrs.  29  Desswood  place 
Kilgour  David,  Bel  grave  terrace 
Kindness  John  T.  Bon-Accord  house,  Bon- 
Accord  street 
King  George,  20  Belvidere  crescent 
King  Miss,  20  Brunswick  place 
King  Miss,  7  Margaret  street 
Kinghorn  James  J.P.  4  Queen's  road 
Kitson  Luther,  9  Powis  terrace 
Kitson  William,  101  Leslie  terrace 
Knowles  Charles,  419  Great  Western  road> 
Knowles  James,  46  Clifton  road 
Knowles  Jas.  Pankhurst,  34  Gladstone  pi 
Knowles  Jasper,  21  Hammerfield  avenue 
Knox  Mrs.  84  Skene  square 
Knox  William,  Craigton,  Pitfodels 
Kyd  Thomas  J.P.  Rosebank,  74  Queen's  rd 
Kynoch  Joseph,  56  Rosemount  p'.ace 
Lacaille  Mdlle.  69  Beaconsfield  place 
Laing  Alexander,  37  Brighton  place 
Lalng  Alexander,  240  Rosemount  place 
Laing     James,     Marine     villa,     Balna  gask 

road,  Torry 
Laing    James    S.,    M.B.,    CM.    Epidemic 

hospital,  Park  road 
Laing  Mrs-,  ori  Ashley  road 
Laing  Mrs.  Ill  Leslie  terrace 
Laing  Thomas,  29  Broomhill  road 
Laird  Peter,  23  Beechgrove  avenue 
Lamb  John,  350  Holburn  street 
Lamb  Joseph  Mitchell,  12  South  Crown  sk 
Lamb  Miss,  23  Devonshire  road 
Lamb  Misses,  20  Hammerfield  avenue 
Lamb  Robert,  66  Hamilton  place 
Lamb  Thomas,  Sunnyhurst,  Broomhill  road 
Larg  Peter,  155  Crown  street 
Latto  Alexander,  52  Bon-Accord  street 
Laverton  Alex.  Wright,  202  Westburn  road 
Law  Alexander,  162  Broomhill  road 
Law  Alexander,  41  Hamilton  p'.ace 
Law  Mrs.  14  Mount  street 
Law  Samuel  Taylor,  14  Bonnymnir  place 
Lawie  James  E.  216  Great  Western  road 
Lawrance  Walter  R.N.  5  East  Craibstone  st 
Lawrence  C  M.  93  Blenheim  place 
Learmouth  Donald,  126  Hammerfield  aven. 
Leask  Rev.  James  (United  Presbyterian), 

93  Irvine  place 
Leask  John,  42  Hardgate 
Leask  John,  215  Union  grove 
Ledingham  A.  W.  78  Queen's  road 
Ledingham  Alexander,  96  Queen's  road 
Ledingham  James,  113  Leslie  terrace 
Ledingham  John,  11  King's  gate 
Ledingham  Karl,  19  Braemar  place 
Ledingham  Mrs.  16  Mount  street 
Ledingham  William  Morrice,  78  Queen's  rJ 
Lee3  John,  45  Duthie  terrace 
Le  Fanu  Cecil  F.  M.  E.,  M.B.,  Ch.B.  Royal 

infirmary,  Woolmanhill 
Legge  Mrs.  1  Braemar  place 
Leith  Alexander,  15  Cairnfield  place 
Lelth  Charles  J.  76  Hamilton  place 
Leith  James,  75  Argyll  place 
Leith  James,  326  Clifton  road 
Leith  John,  55  Desswood  place 
Leith  John  J.P.  11  Queen's  road 
Leith  Mrs.  93  Crown  street 
Leith  Mrs.  19  Prospect  terrace.  Ferryhill 
Leith  Mrs.  46  Springbank  terrace 
Leith  Thomas,  106  Mid  Stocket  road 
Leonard  Mrs.  23£  King's  crescent 
Leonard  Mrs.  47  Queen's  road 
Leslie  Charles,  21  Albert  terrace- 
Leslie  Charles   Stephen,   11  Chanonry,  Old 

Leslie  George,  16  Caledonian  place 
Leslie  George,  71  Gray  street 
Leslie  Jn.  Cadenhead,  Kininvie,  Munnefieli 
Leslie  Miss,  65  Braemar  place 
Leslie  Miss,  14  Queen's  road 

26  /"ABERDEEN. 

Leslie  Hisses,  1  Springbank  place 

Leslie  Mrs.  28  Albyn  place 

Leslie  Mrs.  25  Beaconsfield  place 

Leslie  Mrs.  88  Blenheim  place 

Leslie  Mrs.  6  Carlton  place 

Leslie  Mrs.  47  Elmfield  avenue 

Leslie  Mrs.  19  Gladstone  place 

Leslie  B.  D.  6  Bon-Accord  square 

Leslie  Eobert,  1  Powis  terrace 

Leslie  William,  25  Rubislaw  terrace 

Leslie  William,  5  Watson  street 

Leruok  David,  259  Rosemount  place 

Levack  John  E.,  M.B.,  CM.  10  Golden  sq 

Levie  Alexander,  37  Carden  place 

Lewis     Eev.     M.,     B.A.     (Free     Church), 

Rostrevor,  Eublslaw  Ben  north 
Leys  Mrs.  29  Belvidere  crescent 
Ligertwood  Mr&  44.  Fountainhall  road 
Lightwood  John,  57  Braemar  place 
Lillie  Thomas  J. P.  6  Westfield  terrace 
Lind  Miss,  22  Osborne  place 
Lind  Mrs.  127  Desswood  place 
Lindsay  Charles  A.  3  Ferry  hill  place 
Lindsay  William  Gordon,  111  Bon-Accord  st 
Lindsey  Will.'am,  9  Gladstone  place 
Lippe  Eev.  Robert  LL.D.  28  Argyll  place 
Lippe  Charles  LL.B.  6  Forest  road 
Lister    Arthur    H.,    B.A.,    M.B.,    CM.    30 

Fountainhall  road 
Littlejohn  David  J.P.  9  RubisUvw  terrace 
Littlejohn  James  D.  145  Crown  street 
Littlejohn  Mrs.  55  Carden  place 
Lockharb  James,  34  Salisbury  terrace 
Logan  William,  7  Elmbank  terrace 
Longair  Mrs.  442  King  street 
Longmore  Mrs.  11  Albert  street 
Longmulr  Mrs.  31  Bonnymuir  place 
Lorimer  J.  38  Belvidere  street 
Lorimer  Mrs.  9  Beechgrove  terrace 
Low  Alex.  Eobertson,  32  Ferryhill  place 
Low  John,  391  Holburn  street 
Low  Miss,  88  Irvine  place 
Low  Misses,  9  Queen's  gardens 
Low  Mrs.  45  Great  Northern  road 
Low  Mrs.  2G  Irvine  place 
Ludwig  Charles  F.  11  King  street 
Lumsden    Charles   Downie   M.A.    20    Bon 

Accord  square 
Lumsden  Henry  S.  18  Bon-Accord  crescent 
Lumsden  Jas.  Forbes,  Viewfield,  Eubislaw 
Lumsden    James    John   Foote,    393    Great 

Western  road 
Lumsden  John,  9  Marine  terrace 
Lumsden  Miss,  65  Osborne  place 
Lumsden  Mrs.  70  Devonshire  road 
Lumsden  William,  jun.  14  Ferryhill  place 
Lunan  David  L.  183  Great  Western  road 
Lunan  Marianus,  12  Devonshire  road 
Lunan  R.,  J.P.  Bank  house,  40  "Union  st 
Lunan  William,  183  Great  Western  road 
Lyall  Charles,  63  Union  street 
Lyall  Mrs.  73  Loanhead  terrace 
Lyon  Alexander,  jun.  52  Carden  place 
Lyon  Charles,  10  Carden  place 
Lyon  John,  4  Belmont  place 
Lyons'  Robert,  93  Ashley  road 
McAdam  John,  jun.  14  Argyll  crescent 
McAdam  Miss,  19  Justice  Mill  lane 
McAdam  Mrs.  13  Albert  terrace 
M'Bain  G.  Seafield  villa,  Eubislaw 
McBain  George,  jun.  54  Queen's  road 
McBahi  John,  312  Great  Western  road 
McBain  John  M.A.  37  Hamilton  place 
MacBean  Lieut.-Col.  Forbes,  15  Chanonry, 

Old  Aberdeen 
Macbean  D.  367  Great  Western  road 
McBean  George,  Seafield  villa,  Seatield 
Macbeth  James,  10  Queen's  gardens 
Macbeth  Mrs.  45  Tnomson  street 
McBurney  James,  85  Blenheim  place 
McCallum  Robert,  38  Abergeldie  road 
McClymont  Eev.   James   A.,  B.D.    (Estab- 
lished), 5  Queen's  gardens 
M'Combie  Charles,  1  King  street 
M'Combie  Mrs.  F.  19  Belvidere  street 
McConachie  Alexander,   102  Hamilton  pi 
McConachie  Eobert,  51  Bonnvmuir  place 
McConnaoh  Mrs.  402  Great  Western  road 
MacCrae  A.  8  Forest  road 
M'Diarmid  J.  395  Great  Western  road 
Macdonald    Rev.    Charles    Cadell    (Estab- 
lished), 4  Marine  terrace,  Ferryhill 
MacDonald  Rev.  Tom,   St.  Peter's  presby- 
tery, Justice  street 
M'Donald  A.  429  Great  Western  road 
M'Donald  A.  M,  Thornlea,  Seafield 
MacDonald  A.  Neil,  21  Springbank  terrace 
Macdonald  A.  S.  36  Fountainhall  road 
Macdonald    D.    G.    G.,    M.D.,    F.S.Sc.    26 

King  street 
Macdonald  David,  163  Crown  street 
Macdonald  David  J.P.  Marine  villa,   South 

Constitution  street 
MacDonald  Ewen,  8  King's  gate 
Macdonald  Hugh  S.S.C   31  Rubislaw  Den 

Macdonald    James    M.D.,    F.E.CS.E.    26 

Carden  place 
Macdonald  John  Smith,  1  Crown  terrace 
MacDonald  Miss,  48  Albury  road 


Macdonald  Misses,  7  Queen's  terrace 
Macdonald  Mrs,  5  Bon-Accord  street 
McDonald  Mrs.  17  Braemar  place 
Macdonald  Mrs.  Keppleston,  Eubislaw 
Macdonald  Eanald  J.P.  14  Albyn  terrace 
MacDonald  Eanald,  jun.  126  Hamilton  pi 
McDonald  William  M.  162  Mid  Stocket  road 
M'Donald  William  Teats  J.P.2  Marischal  st 
McDougall  John,  14  North  Silver  street 
McEwan  William,  278  Broomhill  road 
MacFarlane  Alexander,  8  Bayview  road 
McFarlane  Alexander  Harvey,  49  Don  st. 

Old  Aberdeen 
M'Farlane  John,  25  Langs  tane  place 
M'Gillivray  Rev.  A.,  M.A.  2  Chapel  street 
McGillivray  Mrs.  61  Elmfield  avenue 
M'Gilvray  Daniel  Rose,  19  Carden  place 
McGIishan  Eev.  Charles,  15  JUbert  terrace 
M'Glashan  Mrs.  1  Albert  street     . 
McGlashan  Mrs.  63  Ferryhill  road 
McGrath  William  Herbert,  71  Albury  road 
McGregor    Yery    Rev.    James    (Catholic), 

Cathedral  house,  Huntly  street 
McGregor  Henry  W.  103  Irvine  place 
McGregor  John,  7  Hartington  road 
McGruer  Alexander,  33  Mile  End  avenue 
McHardy  Rev.  James,  72  Devonshire  road 
M  Hardy  Charles,  2  Polmuir  road 
M'Hardy     David     J.P.      Cranford     house, 

McHardy  Miss,  2  Albert  terrace 
MHardy  Mis-s,  22  Ashley  road 
McHardy  Mrs.  69  Duthle  terrace 
M'Hardy  Mrs.  261  Great  Western  road 
McHardy  William,  12  Beaconsfield  place 
Machray  Alex.  Struan  cot.  Beechgrove  ter 
Machray    Eobert    Smith,    Struan    cottage, 

Beechgrove  terrace 
Mclnnes  William,  56  Devonshire  road 
Mcintosh  John,  7  Crown  terrace 
Mcintosh  Mrs.  37  Devonshire  road 
Mcintosh  Mrs.  105  Irvine  place 
Mclntyre  J.  Lewis  M.A.,  B.Sc.  Aberdeen 

Mackay  Eev.  Alexander  E.  (Free  Church), 

14  Maberley  street 
Mackay  Eev.  Angus  M.,  B.A.  81  Osborne  pi 
Mackay  Eev.  Murdoch  M.A.    (chaplain  of 

the  City  poor  house),  14  Maberley  street 
Mackay  Eev.  W.  Mackintosh  B.D.  5  West- 

lield  terrace 
Mackay  Alexander,  256  Great  Western  road 
McKay  Alexander,  94  Western  rd.Woodside 
Mackay  Alexander  Spence,  18  Belvidere  st 
Mackay  James,  103  Desswood  place 
Maekay    James    H.,     M.B.,     Ch.B.    Eoyal 

Lunatic  asylum,  Westburn  road 
McKay  John,  83  Skene  square 
MacKay  Miss,  8  Albert  street 
Mackay  Mrs.  35  Albert  street 
McKay  Mrs.  55  Bonnymuir  place 
Mackay  Eobert  Whyte,  30  Albyn  place 
Mackay  Eobert  Whyte,  jun.  30  Albyn  place 
McKay  Eoderick,  2  Abergeldie  road 
McKay  William,  20  Gladstone  place 
McKay  William,  34  Grosvenor  place 
Mackenzie  Alexander  Marshall  A.E.S.A.  59 

Queen's  road 
Mackenzie  George,  8  Margaret  street 
Mackenzie  James,  94  Blenheim  place 
McKenzie  James,  13  Osborne  place 
McKenzie  John,  92  Leslie  terrace 
McKenzie  Miss,  Friendville  house 
McKenzie  Miss,  12  Gladstone  place 
Mackenzie  Miss,  132  Mid  Stocket  road 
M'Kenzie  Miss,  79  Stanley  street 
McKenzie  Miss,  Thorngrove,  Mannofield 
M  Kenzie  Miss,  10  Victoria  street 
Mackenzie  William,  60  Hamilton  place 
M'Kerron  Robert  Gordon  M.A.,  M.D.,  CM. 

1  Albyn  place 
Miicklellev.  Geo.  M.,  M.A.  7  Belvidere  st 
M;ickie   Alexander    M.A.    Ashprington,    17 

King's  gate 
Mackie  Charles  Jas.  M.A. 32  Springbank  ter 
Mackie  D.,  M.D.,  R.N.  89  Crown  street 
Mackie  James  D.  35  Forest  road 
Mackie  Miss,  21  Hamilton  place 
Mackie  Mrs.  24  Belvidere  crescent 
Mackie  Mrs.  612  King  street 
Mackie  Mrs.  49  Osborne  place 
MeKilliam  Basil,  10  Westfield  terrace 
M'Killiam  Mrs.  3  Strawberry  bank 
Mclvinnon  Uialmers  Wm.  10  Rubislaw  ter 
MeKinnon     Frederick     Laughland,     View 

Placo  house,  View  terrace 
Mnckinnon  James,  jun.  la,  Watson  street 
Mackinnon  Lachlan,  youngest,  8  Queen's  rd 
Macklnnon  Mrs.  5  Eldon  terrace 
Mackinnon  William,  3  Rubislaw  Den  north 
Mackintosh  Eev    James  D.D.  4  Carden  pi 
Mackintosh  Alexander,  7  Beechgrove  ter 
Mackintosh  Ashley   Watson  M.A.,  M.D.  9 

Bon- Accord  square 
Mackintosh  J.  G.  17  Golden  square 
Mackintosh  Thomas  Alex.  480  Union  street 
McLachlan  John,  37  Forest  avenue 
McLaren  Eev.  Kenneth  D.  79  Abergeldie  rd 
M'Lauchlan  Rev.  J.  3  Marine  place 
Maclean   Rev.    Duncan   M.A.,    B.D.    (Free 

Church),  98  High  sheet,  Old  Aberdeen 



McLean  Juhn  Alex.  1  West  Craibstone  st 
McLean  Miss,  27a,  Holburn  road 
McLean  Mrs.  27  Bon-Accord  street 
McLean  Mrs.  13  Elm  place 
McLean  Thomas,  162  Bon-Accord  street 
McLean  William  D.  60  Ashley  road 
M'Lelkm  Basil  S.,  M.A.  27  Beechgrove  ter 
McLennan  Alexander,  15  Watson  street 
M  Lennan  H.  Applebank,  Spital 
M'Lennan  Misses,  Applebank,  Spital 
McLennan  Mrs.  90  Stanley  street 
Macleod  Rev.  Eobert  (Free  Church),  Dun- 
J     keith,  15  King's  gate 
I  McLeod  Alex.  Maitland,  69  Mile  End  aven 
]  Macleod  Alfred,  26  Salisbury  terrace 
McLeod  John,  2  Murray  terrace 
McLeod  Miss,  42  Brighton  place 
M'Leod  Miss,  73  Crown  street 
McLeod  Mrs.  34  Burns  road 
MacLeod  Mrs*.  45  Hamilton  place 
M'Leod  Mrs.  Oak  Bank  cottage,  Stocket 
MacMahon  John,  33  Forest  road 
McMillan  Duncan,  16  Bon-Accord  square 
McMillan  James,   57  Desswood  place 
McMillan  James,  29  Mile  End  avenue 
McMillan  John  Ross,  16  Bon-Accord  square 
McMillan  Mrs.  47  Brighton  place 
McNab  Mrs.  33  Beaconsfield  place 
McNab  William  C.  10  Margaret  street 
McNaughton  John  Smith,  18  Carlton  place 
Macneal  Capt.  Hector,  17  Albyn  place 
Maconachie   Lieut.-Col.    George  A.,    M.D., 

F.R.C.P.  39  Queen's  road 
MacPhail  Mrs.  29  Bonnymuir  place 
McPherson  A.  19  Fountainhall  road 
Macpherson  Andrew  M.A.  6  Queen'; 
McPherson  Miss,  4  Westfield  road 
McPherson  Mrs.  13  King's  gate 
McPherson  Wm.  Milne,  18  Fountainhall  rd 
M'Queen  Rev.   Andrew  M.A.,  B.D.   (Free 

Church),  16  Beaconsfield  place 
McQueen  James  Gordon,  15  Burns  road 
Macquibban    Charles    M.,    M.D.,    J.P.    248 

Union  street 
Macquire  Edward  James,  21  Cranford  road 
M'Robb  John  J.P.  19  Roslin  terrace 
M'Robbie  John  S.,  M.D.  Sunnyside 
McRobble  Alexander,  8  Hamilton  place 
McRobbie  Miss,  48  Clifton  road 
MoEoberb  Alexander,  14  Devonshire  road 
McTaggart  Miss,  16  Belvidere  street 
McWillie  William,  614  King  street 
Mahon  Eev.  Edward  Branch  B.A.  (Congre- 
gational), 68  Beechgrove  terrace 
Main  Mrs.  68  Bon-Accord  street 
Main  Mrs.  38  Loanhead  terrace 
Mair  George  M.D.,  E.N.  43  Queen's  road 
Mair  Miss,  Ellenville,  Great  Northern  road 
Maitland  Adam,  15  Albyn  place 
Maitland  George,  26  Beaconsfield  place 
Maitland  Miss,  466  Great  Western  road 
Maitland  Mrs.  74  Fountainhall  road 
Malcolm  James,  20  Brighton  place 
Malcolm  John,  71  Duthie  terrace 
Malcolm  Mrs.  156  Mid  Stocket  road 
Malcolm  William  A.  1  Wellington  street 
Mann  George,  10  Polmuir  road 
Mansie  John,  -72  Ferryhill  road 
Manson  David,  44  Polmuir  road 
Manuel    Major    J.     C.     Woodend    house, 

Marchant  James,  340  Holburn  street 
Marnoch   John  M.A.,   M.B.,    CM.    2 

Accord  square 
Marr  Alexander,  54  Albury  road 
Marr  Alexander,  23  Carden  place 
Marr  Alexander,  41  Grosvenor  place 
Marr  George,  42  Bon-Accord  street 
Marr  Mrs.  Eosehill,  Calrnory  road 
Marsh  Misses,  20  Ashley  road 
Marshall     Eev.     Edwin    Ernest    M.A. 

Desswood  place 
Marshall  A.  Mile  End  ho.  Beechgrove  ter 
Marshall  John,  289  Great  Western  road 
Marshall  Mrs.  Queen's  gate 
Marshall  William,  272  George  street 
Martin  Eev.  John  Inglis.  Blenheim  place 
Martin  Alexander  M.A.  5  Deemount  road 
Martin  Frederick  E.  H.  77  Desswood  place 
Martin  John,  57  Watson  street 
Martin  Miss,  7  Cairnfield  place 
Martin  Mr?.  8  Powis  terrace 
Martin  William,  6  Springbank  terrace 
Martineau  Alfred  B.A.  12  Albyn  place 
Mason  George  Russell,  1  Strawberry  bank 
Mason  John,  49  Union  grove 
Mason  Miss*,  197  Great  Western  road 
Mason  Mrs.  12  Victoria  street 
Massie  Mrs>.  The  Eagles,  Queen's  gate 
Masson  Albert,  40  Abergeldie  road 
Masson  Misses,  20  Albert  terrace 
Masson  Mrs.  53  Albury  road 
Mather  Mrs.  5  Belvidere  crescent 
Mathew  James,  49  Braemar  place 
Mathewson  Misses,  16  Union  grove 
Mathieson  James,  1  Oakdale  terrace 
Mathieson  Mrs.  19  Victoria  street 
Mathison  Miss,  15  High  street 
Matthews  James,  130  Mid  Stocket  road 
Matthews     William     Eiddell     M.B.,     CM. 

Eoyal  Lunatic  asylum,  Westburn  road 




Matthewson  Mrs.  1  Albert  terrace 
Maver  Alexander,  S  Carden  place 
Mavor  Alexander,  363  Great  Western  road 
Mavor  Charles,  32Duthie  terrace 
Mavor  Mrs.  17  Eelgrave  terrace 
Mayo  Mrs.  3  Albyn  place 
Mearna  Alexander,  91  Mile  End  avenue 
Mearns  Daniel  J. P.  357  Great  Western  road 
Mearns  James,  70  Duthie  terrace 
Mearns  James,  295  Great  Western  road 
Mearns  Mrs.  10  Argyll  place 
Mearns  Mrs.  86  Irvine  place 
Mearns  Eobert  L.  385  Great  Western  road 
Mearns  Williiim,  10  Loanhead  terrace 
Meff  James  Anderson,*  Springbank  terrace 
Meif  Robert,  jun.  294  George  street 
MefC  William,  jun.  40  Fonthill  road 
Meffet  Alexander,  Dee  ford.Buthrieston  ter 
Meldrum  William,  77  West  burn  road 
Mellis  Thomas,  50  Salisbury  terrace 
Melville  Eev.  Alex.  J.  S..M.A.11  Scboolhih 
Melville  Miss,  93  Bon-Accord  street 
Melville  Miss,  12  Polmuir  road    . 
Melville  William  J. P.  9  Bon-Accord  cres> 
Melville  Wm.Gordou  Burnett,22  Polmuir  rd 
Melvin  Charles,  143  Hamilton  place 
Melvin  Miss,  37  Springbank  terrace 
Melvin  William,  ld6  Hamilton  place 
Meimie  Miss,  Craig-Gowan,  Mannofield 
Mennie  Mrs.  35  Springbank  terrace 
Mennie  Eobert,  56  Irvine  place 
Menzies  James,  26  Belvidere  street 
Merriman  George  L.  58  Queen's  road 
Merrylees  Charles  M.  H.  13  Carden  place 
Meston  Alexander,  66  Mile  End  avenue 
Meston  James,  29  Osborne  place 
Meston  Mrs.  13  Albert  street 
Metcalfe  Mrs.  45  Mount  street 
Methven  Miss,  76  Carden  place 
Michie  Alexander,  8  Calsayseat  road 
Michie  C,  M.A.  22  St.  Swithin  street 
Michie  George  B.  12  Albert  terrace 
Michie  James  Grant,  5  Brunswick  place 
Michie  John,  7  Eoslin  terrace 
Middleton  Alexander,  Belmont  house 
.  Middleton  Alex.  jun.  9  Laurelwood  avenue 
Middleton  Edward,  32  St.  Swithin  street 
Middleton  George,  23  Albert  terrace 
Middleton  John,  jun.  50  Dee  street 
Middleton  Mrs.  23  King's  crescent 
Middleton  Mrs.  14  Wesifield  terrace 
Middleton  Peter  C.  Elstree,  Forest  road 
Middleton  William,  34  Bon-Accord  terrace 
Middleton  Win.  J  as.  HoUybank,  Queen's  rd 
Mill  William,  1  Elmlield  avenue 
Millar  John,  137  Mid  Stocket  road 
Millar  John,  57  Mile  End  avenue 
Millar  Miss,  13  Belvidere  street 
Millar  Miss,  152  Bon-Accord  street 
Miller  Mrs.  10  Queen's  terrace 
Miller  Alex.  Lawrence  M.A.  10  Queen  ter 
Miller  J.  B.  Eubislaw  Den  north 
Miller  James  Folsetter,  78  Stanley  street 
Miller  John  P.  10  Queen's  terrace 
Miller  Mrs.  10  Queen's  terrace 
Miller  Mrs.  Bubislaw  Den  north 
Miller  Mrs.  7  South  Crown  street 
Milligan  David  M.  M.  Migvie  house,  North 

Silver  street 
Millroy  Eobert,  286  Great  Western  road 
Mills  Mrs.  8£  North  Silver  street 
Milne  Eev.  George  Coates  (Congregational), 

433  Uiuton  road 
Milne  Alexander,  43  Bonnymuir  place 
MUne  Alexander,  111  Crown  street 
Milne  Alexander,  313  Hardgate 
Milne  Alexander,  lUG  Holburn  street 
Milne  Alexander,  oJS  Mile  End  avenue 
Milne  Alexander,  jun.  113  Constitution  st 
Milne  Alexander  Thomas,  37  Cairnfield  pi 
Milne  Arth.  Pledge,  Cressbrook,  Queen's  rd 
Milne  Charles,  14  Albert  street 
Milne  David,  jun.  530  King  street 
Milne  Prank,  67  Gray  street 
Milne  George,  32  Belvidere  street 
Milne  George,  454  King  street 
Milne  George  J.P.  Maryfield,  Fonthill  road 
MUne  George  Forbes,  17  Hammerfield  aven 
Milne  Henry  Gardner,  75  Desswood  place 
Milne  J.  E.,  M.A.,  M.D.  434  Union  street 
Milne  James,  272  Great  Western  road 
Milne  James,  71  Irvine  place 
Milne  James,  485  Union  street 
Milne  James,  jun.  275  Great  Western  road 
Milne  John,  18  Belvidere  crescent 
Milne  John,  12  Claremount  street 
Milne  John,  107  Desswood  place 
Milne  John,  1  East  Craibstone  street 
Milne  John,  374  Holburn  street 
MUne  Joseph  Ellis  M.A.,  M.D.  434  Union  st 
Milne  Miss,  13  Ashley  road 
Milne  Miss,  8  Beaconsfield  place 
Milne  MrB.  23  Affleck  street 
Milne  Mrs.  70  Beechgrove  terrace 
Milno  Mrs.  12  Belvidere  crescent 
Milne  Mrs.  43  Braemar  place 
Milne  Mrs.  36  Carden  place 
Milne  Mrs.  1  Crown  terrace  • 

Milne  Mrs.  91  Fountain  hall  road 
Milne  Mrs.  23  Grosvenor  place 
Milne  Mrs.  10  Queen's  road 


Milne  Mrs.  48  Stanley  street 

Milne  Mrs.  74  Union  street 

M.lne  Eobert,  59  Bonnymuir  place 

Milne  Eobert,  4  Cherry  bank 

Milne  Eobert,  633  King  street 

Milne  Eobert  Park.  58  Springbank  terrace 

Milne  Samuel,  10  Hamilton  place 

Milne  Thomas  M.A.  14  Bon-Accord  square 

Milne  William  J.P.  40  Albyn  place 

Milne  Wvlliam,  29  Argyll  place 

Milne  William,  45  Argyll  place 

Milne  William,  73  Beechgrove  terrace 

Milne  William,  114  Hamilton  place 

Milne  William,  56  St.  Swithin  street 

M.lne  William  Snell,  4  Murray  terrace 

Minto  Mrs.  2  Cherry  bank 

M;tchell  Alexander   M.D.    70  High  street, 

Old  Aberdeen 
Mitchell  D.  MacG.  113  Broomhill  road 
Mitchell  David,  Cuthbert  cottage,  Bright  st 
Mitchell  David,  jun.  22  Bonnymuir  place 
Mitchell  David  Wilson,  71  Braemar  place 
Mitchell  George,  19  Beechgrove  terrace 
Mitchell  George,  65  Mile  End  avenue 
Mitchell  George  Bennett,  4  Dee  Mount  ter 
Mitchell  James,  13  Dee  Mount  road 
Mitchell  John,  34  Brighton  place 
Mitchell  John,  51  Elmfield  place 
Mitchell  John,  350  Great  Western  road 
Mitchell  John,  430  King  street 
M.tchell  John,  224  Union  grove 
Mitchell  Mrs.  3  Albyn  terrace 
Mitchell  Mrs.  31  Carden  place 
Mitchell  Mrs.  Queen's  cross 
Mitchell  Mrs.  8  Queen's  terrace 
Mitchell  Mrs.  7  Wabson  street 
Mitchell  Mrs.  8  Watson  street 
M.tchell  Peter,  122  Crown  street 
Mitchell  Peter,  Murlingden,  Mackie  place 
Mitchell  Eobert,  29  Albert  terrace 
Mitchell  Stodart  James,  2  Albyn  place 
Mitchell  Thomas,  45  Mount  street 
Mitchell  W.  14  Forbesfield  road 
Mitchell  William,  33  Beechgrove  terrace 
Mitchell  William  J.P.  Elmbank 
Mitchell  WUliani  M.A.  70  High  street,  Old 

Moffat  Andrew,  36  Grosvenor  place 
Molfatt  W.  T.  26  Gladstone  place 
Multatb  William,  7  Queen's  gardens 
Moir  Alexander,  50  Ashley  road 
Moir  James,  5  Burns  road 
Moir  James  M.A.,  LL.D.  62  Hamilton  pi 
Moir  James  Eeid,  22  Belmont  road 
Moh'  James  Boss,  110  Mid  Stocket  road 
Moir  Mrs.  12  Bon-Accord  crescent 
Mon  Mrs.  10  Bonnymuir  place 
Moir  Mrs.  75  Gray  street 
Moir  Mrs.  Tullos  view,  Balnagask  rd.Torry 
Moir  Eobert,  75  Dee  street 
Moir  William,  73  Argyll  place 
Moir  William,  30  Salisbury  terrace 
Mullison    George,    Albert    cottage,    Prince 

Arthur  street 
Mollison  George,  5  Carden  terrace 
Mollison  Miss,  177  Great  Western  road 
Moucur  John  M.B.,  CM.  163  King  street 
Monro  George,  45  Holburn  road 
Monro  James,  388  Great  Western  road 
Monro  Mrs.  73  Abergeldie  road 
Montgomery     Commander     James     Pipon 

B.N.  Buruieboofcle  house,  Eubislaw 
Moonie  David,  42  Desswood  place 
Moore  Mrs.  17  Bon-Accord  street 
Morgan  Alexander,  278  Great  Western  road 
Morgan  James,  Mosshead  cottage 
Morgan  Jolm,  50  Queen's  road 
Morgan  William,  299  Holburn  street 
Morison  John  Greenlaw,  64  Dee  street 
Morison  Miss,  19  Gladstone  place 
Morison  Mrs.  63  Osborne  place 
Morrice  Alexander,  262  Union  street 
Morrice  Mrs.  18  Mile  End  avenue       * 
Morrison  Alexander,  26  Powis  terrace 
Morrison     Archibald     Cameron     LL.B.     8 

Eldon  terrace 
Morrison  Charles,  160  Bon-Accord  street 
Morrison  George,  6  Cattofield  place 
Morrison  Geo.  A.,  M.A.  20£  North  Silver  st 
Morrison  James',  61  Irvine  place 
Morrison  Lewis,  78  Fountainhall  road 
Morrison  Mrs.  14  Argyll  place 
Morrison  Mrs.  78  Carden  place 
Morrison  Mrs.  48  Queen's  road 
Morrison  William,  Beech  cottage,  Elm  pi 
Morrison  William,  19  Braemar  place 
Morrison  William,  10  Devonshire  road 
Morrison  William,  54  King's  gate 
Mortimer  Arthur  Fyfe,  2  Devanha  terrace 
Mortimer  D.  A.  207  Great  Western  road 
Mortimer  James,  5  Beechgrove  terrace 
Mortimer  James,  99  Clifton  road 
Mortimer  James,  43  Duthie  terrace 
Mortimer  John,  344  Great  Western  road 
Mortimer  Mrs.  Eotunda  lodge,  Polmuir  rd 
Mortimer  William,  3  Thistle  place 
Mortimer  William,  282  Union  grove 
Morton  D.  239  Great  Western  road 
Morton  Mrs.  1  Cairnfield  place 
Morton  Peter,  51  Fountainhall  road 
Mouatt  Jolm,  349  Holburn  street 

ABERDEEN-.       27 

Mowat  William,  78  Don  st.  Old  Aberdeen  ' 
Mowatt  Miss,  8  Strawberry  bank 
Muil  Miss,  7  Strawberry  bank 
Muill  Mrs.  23  Fountainhall  road 
Muir  John,  1  Deemount  terrace 
Mulloy  Duke,  47  Beaconsfield  place 
Mundie  Miss,  1  Marine  place 
Munro  Andrew,  32  Salisbury  terrace 
Munro  Hugh,  15  Clarence  street 
Munro  James  W.  378  Holburn  street 
Munro  John,  8  Devonshire  road 
Munro  Joseph  W.  437  Great  Western  road 
Munro  Kenneth,  jun.  24  Argyll  place 
Munro  Mrs.  86  Ashley  road 
Munro  Mrs,  75  Union  grove 
Murdoch  George  Brown,  121  Bon-Accord  st 
Murdoch  Mrs-.  29  Braemar  place 
Murison  William  J.P.  34  Forest  road 
Murison  William  M.A.  140  Hamilton  place 
Murker  Mrs.  39  Westburn  road 
Murphy  Miss,  57  Duthie  terrace 
Murray  Eev.  Gordon  J.,  M.A.,  B.D.  (Estab- 
lished Church),  11  St.  Swithin  street 
Murray  Alexander,  13  Fonthill  road 
Murray  Alexander,  Glendrouin,  5  Eubislaw 

Den  south 
Murray  Alexander,  182  Mid  Stocket  road 
Murray  Alexander,  5  Eubislaw  Den  south 
Murray  Alex.  jun.  182  Mid  Stocket  roud 
Murray  Andrew,  6  Crown  terrace 
Murray  Francis  Eobert,  26  Springbank  ter 
Murray  George,  81  Fountainhall  road 
Murray  J.,  M.A.  300  Great  Western  road 
Murray  James  J.P.  17  Balmoral  place 
Murray  James,  Glenburnie  park,  Eubislaw 

Den  north 
Murray  James,  57  Union  grove 
Murray  John  Hay,  170  Mid  Stocket  road 
Murray  John  Irvine,  10  Cairnfield  place 
Murray  Miss,  87  Irvine  place 
Murray  Mrs.  41  Devonshire  road 
Murray  Mrs.  Forest  road 
Murray  Mrs.  67  Fountainhall  road 
Murray  Mrs.  278  Holburn  street 
Murray  Mrs.  27  Mount  street 
Murray  Mrs.  11  Eubislaw  terrace 
Murray  Mrs.  21  Thomson  street 
Murray  William,  423  Great  Western  road 
Murray  Wm.  Newlands  ho.  Broomhill  road 
Murrison  Alexander  B.  13  Argyll  crescent 
Murrison  John,  44  St.  Swithin  street 
Mutch  James,  32  Beaconsfield  place 
Mutch  John,  5  Powis  terrace 
Mutch  John,  16  Eoslin  terrace 
Mutch  Mrs.  34  Osborne  place 
Naismyth  John,  23  Braemar  place 
Neil  Alexander,  56  Stanley  street 
Neill  Mrs.  21  Polmuir  road 
Neilson  Andrew,  4  Bon-Accord  crescent 
Nedson  Mrs.  74  Carden  place 
•Newlands  George,  25  Beechgrove  avenue 
Newlands  Mrs.  11  Forest  avenue 
Newton  Launcelot,  41  Bonnymuir  place 
Nicholson  Mrs.  8^  Queen's  road 
Nicol  Alexander,  4  Irvine  place 
Nicol  Alexander  Tytler,  3  Gladstone  place 
Nicol  George,  647  King  street 
Nicol  John,  61  Stanley  street 
Nicol  John  Blakie,  15  North  Silver  street 
Nicol  Mrs.  15  Bon-Accord  square 
Nicol  Mrs.  66  Powis  place 
Nicol  Eobert  Gordon  C.E.  12  Forest  road 
Nicoll  Mrs.  8  South  Crown  street 
Nicolson  Arthur  Badenach,  1  Queen's  ter 
Nicolson  Miss,  126  Blenheim  place 
Nicolson  William,  68  Stanley  street 
Niven     Charles     M.A.,     D.Sc.,     F.E.S.     6 

Chanonry,  Old  Aberdeen 
Noble  Crawford,  53  Fountainhall  road 
Noble  James  Dickson  M.B.,  CM. 75  King  st 
Noltie  James,  72  Fountainhall  road 
Ogg  Miss,  96  Desswood  place 
Ogg  Eobert,  25  Brighton  place 
Ogg  Eobert,  21  Forest  avenue 
Ogilvie  Eev.  Alexander  M.A.,  J.P.,  LL.D. 

Gordon's  college,  SchoolhiU 
Ogilvie  Alexander,  78  Desswood  place 
Ogilvie  Alexander,  126  Hardgate 
Ogilvie  George,  43  Dee  street 
Ogilvie  George,  174  M-d  Stocket  road 
Ogilvie  James,  Eubislaw  Den  north 
Ogilvie  James  N.  23  Caledonian  place 
Ogilvie  John  Gordon,  9  Ashley  road 
Ogilvie  Jos.  M.A.,  LL.D.  4  Queen's  terrace 
Ogilvie  Mrs.  23  Belvidere  street 
Ogilvie  Mrs.  7  Brunswick  place 
Ogilvie  Thomas,  26  Albert  terrace 
Ogilvie  Thomas  J.P.  2  Westfield  terrace 
Ogilvie  Thomas,  jun.  23  Albert  street 
Ogilvie  Thomas  White  M.B.,   CM.   Craig- 

rowan,  Victoria  road,  Torry 
Ogston  A.,  M.A.  86  Eosemount  place 
Ogston  A.,  J.P.,  M.D.,  CM.  252  Union  st 
Ord  Mrs.  29  Caledonian  place 
Ord  Mrs.  9  St.  Swithin  street 
Palmer  E.  G.  95  Blenheim  place 
Panton  George,  28  Osborne  place 
Panton  James,  79  Irvine  place 
Pardy  Mrs.  27  Cairnfield  place 
Paris  James,  19  Cranford  road 
Park  Miss1,  53  Watson  street 

28       ABERDEEN. 

Parker  John,  52  Skene  terrace 
Parrott  Mrs.  4  St.  John's  ter.  Mannofield     j 
Paterson  Alexander,  7  Elmfield  avenue 
Paterson  James,  19  Dee  Mount  road 
Paterson  James,  212  "Union  grove 
Paterson  John,  Kirkland  house,  Euthriestn 
Paterson  S.  448  Great  Western  road 
Paterson  William,  11  Argyll  place 
Paterson  William  M.A.  19  Dee  Mount  road 
Paterson  William  P.,  M.A.,   D.D.   35  Col- 
lege bounds,  Old  Aberdeen 
Paton  Mrs.  Parklea  house,  Beechgrove  ter 
Patterson  John,  93  Crown  street 
Pattison  James  Young,  61  Westburn  road 
Paul  James,  507  Great  Northern  road 
Paul  Miss,  7  St.  Swithin  street 
Paull  James,  24  Albyn  place 
Paull  James  George  M.A.  24  Albyn  place 
Paxton  Thomas,  13  Devanha  terrace 
Peterkin  George  G.  35  Desswood  place 
Peterkin  Henry,  51  Queen's  road 
Peterkin  Mrs.  21  Gladstone  place 
Peters  David  0.  8  Gladstone  place 
Peters  James,  85  Stanley  street 
Peters  Miss,  34  Desswood  place 
Peters  Mrs.  Springbank  house,  Mannofield 
Petrie  Alexander,  11  Beechgrove  terrace 
Petrie  George  Watson,  14  Burns  road 
Petrie  James  Jatmieson,  5  Roseberry  street 
Petrie  John,  11  Watson  street 
Petrie  Mrs.  263  Great  Western  road 
Philip  Bev.  John  M.A.  9  Mount  street 
Philip  Rev.  William  Marshall,  9  Carden  pi 
Philip  Frederick  M.B.,    CM.   144  Victoria 

road,  Torry 
Philip  James,  Prospect  cottage,  Balnagask 

road,  Torry 
Philip  Miss,  3  Alford  place 
Philip  Misses,  46  Bon-Accord  street 
Philip  Mrs.  15  Holburn  road 
Philip  William,  20  Mile  End  avenue 
Philip  William  Hunter,  55  Elmfield  avenue 
Phillips  Mrs.   60  Carden  place 
Phinn  Mrs.  170  Union  street 
Pickersgill  William,  398  Great  Western  rd 
Piggle  Mrs.  12  Brunswick  place 
Pirie  Rev.  George  M.A.,  LL.D.   33  College 

bounds,  Old  Aberdeen 
Pirie  George,  26  Victoria  street 
Pirie  James,  6  Forbesfield  road 
Pirie  Misses,  Countess  wells  house,  Countess- 
wells  road 
Pirie  Mrs.  5  Fonthill  terrace 
Pirie  Mrs.  84  Hamilton  place 
Tirie    Mrs.    Hammeriield   lodge.    Hammer- 
field  avenue 
Pirie  Mrs.  75  Irvine  place 
Pirie  Mrs.  180  Skene  street  west 
Pirie  Mrs.  Sunnybank,  Old  Aberdeen 
Pirie  William  B.,  M.A.  491  Union  street 
Pittallo  Charles  W.  Johnston  ho.  Rubislaw 
Pittendrigh  Mrs.   69  Beechgrove  terrace 
Piatt  Rev.  Frederic  M.A.,B.D.  (Wesleyan), 

18  Ferryhill  place 
Poison  Miss,  68  High  street,  Old  Aberdeen 
Poison  Mrs.  354  Great  Western  road 
Poison  Robert  L.,   M.D.    2   Chanonry,   Old 

Pope  Samuel,  jun.  28  Victoria  street 
Porie  John,  42  Stanley  street 
Porter  James,  74  Beechgrove  terrace 
Porter  James  Leighton,  74  Beechgrove  ter 
Porter  Wm.  J. P.  Grandholm  cot.  Woodside 
Pratt  Adam,  Crown  cottage,  Primrose  hill 
Presley  David,  40  Devonshire  road 
Presslie  Samuel  Greaves,  132  Crown  street 
Pringle  Gavin,  27  Holburn  road 
Proctor  A.  F.,  M.B.  9  Golden  square 
Proctor,  Badentoy  ho.  Queen's  gate 
Prosser  Alfred  Alex.  103  Hamilton  place 
Prosser  Mrs.  43  Fountainhall  road 
Prout  Wm.  M.B.,  CM.  78  Beaconsfield  pi 
Purves  Mrs.  7  Eldon  ter.  Great  Western  rd 
Pyper  Misses,  Springbank  lodge,  Mannofld 
Pyper  William  J.P.   Hillhead,   Pitfodels 
Rae  Alexander,  59  Beaconsfield  place 
Rae  James,  327  Great  Western  road 
Rae  John  J.P.  82  Queen's  road 
Rae  Mrs.  17  Dee  Mount  road 
Rae  William  M.A.  9  Queen's  terrace 
RafCan  John,  14  Braemar  place 
Rainnie  Mrs.  38  St.  Swith.n  street 
Rainnie  Robert,  35  Beechgrove  terrace 
Ramage  Mrs.  24  Osborne  place 
Ramsay  John,  91  Leslie  terrace 
Ramsay  William  M.,  M.A.,  D.C.L.,  LL.D. 

11  College  bounds,  Old  Aberdeen 
Ramsay  William  Mitchell,  112  Broomhill  rd 
Raunie  Miss,  72  Duthie  terrace 
Rannle  Mrs.  543  Holburn  street 
Rattray  David,  12  Cairnfield  place 
Rattray  Mrs.  24  Beaconsfield  place 
Rattray  Mrs.  18  Beechgrove  p'.ace 
Rattray  Mrs.  85  Hamilton  place 
Rattray  William,  22  Beaconsfield  place 
Reed  David,  602  George  street 
Rees  Miss,  40  Bon-Accord  terrace 
Bees  Miss,  1  Castlehill 
Reid  Sir  Geo.  P.R.S.A.  St,  Luke's,  Seafield 
Reid  Alex.  G.  310  Great  Western  road 
Reid  Andrew  Burnett,  10  Brighton  place 


Reid  Archibald,  St.  Luke's,  Seafield 

Reid  George,  52  St.  Swithin  street 

Reid  James,  458  Great  Western  road 

Reid  John,  31  Balmoral  place 

Reid  John  C.A.  2  Ferryhill  place 

Reid  John,  41  Forest  road 

Reid  John,  175  Great  Western  road 

Reid  John,  45  Rosemourib  place 

Reid  John,  65  Stanley  street 

Reid  John  Allan  J.  69  Desswood  place 

Reid  John  William,  84  Bon- Accord  street 

Reid  Miss,  11  Albert  terrace 

Reid  Miss,  12  Argyll  place 

Reid  Miss,  18  Carlton  place 

Reid  Miss,  76  Dee  street 

Reid  Miss,  95  Fountainhall  road 

Reid  Miss,  33  Gladstone  place*, 

Reid  Miss,  38  Irvine  place 

Reid  Miss,  33  Thomson  street 

Reid  Miss,  409  Union  street 

Reid  Misses,  161  Crown  street 

Reid  Mrs.  68  Ashley  road 

Reid  Mrs.  51  Beechgrove  terrace 

Reid  Mrs.  18  Braemar  place 

Reid  Mrs.  76  Broomhill  road 

Reid  Mrs.  123  Desswood  place 

Reid  Mrs.  88  Leslie  terrace 

Reid  Mrs.  84  Union  street 

Reid  Mrs.  Leslie,  3  Carlton  place 

Reid  R.  W.,  M.D.  37  Albyn  place 

Reid  Robert,  101  Desswood  place 

Reid  Walter  A.  88  Fountainhall  road 

Reid  William,  1  Cherry  bank 

Reid  William,  53  Irvine  place 

Reid  William  M.D.  Lochhead  villa 

Reilley  Nicholas,  195  Great  Northern  road 

Reith  Alexander  M.D.  34  Gileomston  park 

Reith  Andrew,  12  Osborne  place 

Reith  James,  22  Albert  terrace 

Reith  John,  106  Irvine  place 

Reith  Robert,  Mdddlefield,  Woodside 

Rennie  A.  H.  Deemount,  Ferryhill 

Rennie  Arthur  Thomson,  30  Ashley  road 

Rennie  James  B.Sc.  23  Beaconsfield  place 

Rennie  John,  48  Hardgate 

Rennie  Mrs.  Dee  Mount  ho.  Dee  Mount  rd 

Rennie  Robert,  jun.  80  Whitehall  road 

Rennet  D.,  LL.D.  12  Golden  square 

Rennet  D.,  M.D.  14  Golden  square 

Rennet  Ernest  M.A.,  B.L.  12  Golden  square 

Rennet  James  B.,  M.A.  12  Golden  square 

Rettie  Alexander,  72  Irvine  place 

Rettie  Misses,  12  Bon-Accord  crescent 

Rettie  Mrs.  26  Whitehall  road 

Rhind  James  Littlejohn,  25  Bonnymulr  pi 

Riach  James  Macintosh,  Glenburnie  house, 

Skene  street  west 
Richards  Robert,  61  Braemar  place 
Riddel  Miss,  376  Holburn  street 
Riddell  G.  J.  306  Great  Western  road 
Riddell  John  Cruickshank,21  Belvidere  cres 
Riddell  John  Scott   M.A.,  M.B.,  CM.  415 

Union  street 
Riddell  Mrs.  69  Abergeldie  road 
Riddell  William  James,  5  Forest  road 
Rintoul  William  Wilson,  89  Bon-Accord  st 
Rippon  Sydney,  9  Murray  terrace 
Ritchie  Adam,  135  Mid  Stockeb  road 
Ritchie  David,  82  Fountainhall  road 
Ritchie  David,  1  Polmuir  road 
Ritchie  Jonathan,  96  Irvine  place 
Ritchie  Misses,  3  Albert  terrace 
Ritchie  Mrs.  90  Irvine  place 
Ribson  Maurice,  74  Carden  place 
Robb   Surg.-Lieub.-Col.   John  M.D.,    I.M.S. 

19  King's  gate 
Robb  Rev.  John,  365  George  street 
Robb  Alexander,  25  Devonshire  road 
Robb  Alex.  Lawrence,  39  Fonthill  terrace 
Robb  G.  308  Great  Western  road 
Robb  Miss,  19  Affleck  street 
Robb  Mrs.  Westbank,  Fonthill  road 
Robbfe  William,  232  Rosemount  place 
Roberts  John,  25  Caledonian  place 
Robertson  Rev.  Donald,  62  Ashley  road 
Robertson     Rev.     James     M.A,,     D.D.      8 

Marine  terrace 
Robertson  A.  M.   Smith  M.A.  86  Fountain- 
hall road 
Robertson  Alexander  Bruce,  56  Victoria  st 
Robertson  Alexander  K.  20  Springbank  ter 
Robertson    Alexander    W.,    M.A.,    J.P.    87 

Fountainhall  road 
Robertson  Charles,  12  Roslin  terrace 
Robertson  D.   Hazlehead,   Rubislaw 
Robertson  George,  2  Roslin  terrace 
Robertson  James,  461  King  street 
Robertson  James,   101  Mile  End  avenue 
Robertson  James,  3  Springbank  terrace 
Robertson  John,  29  Hamilton  place 
Robertson  John  (retired  Inland  Revenue), 

49  Hamilton  place 
Robertson  John  L.R.C.P.,  L.R.CS.Edin.  31 

King  street 
Robertson  John  Gordon. 184  Mid  Stockeb  rd 
Robertson  Miss,  4  Albert  terrace 
Robertson  Miss,  499  Union  street 
Robertson  Mis.  101  Blenheim  p'.ace 
Robertson  Mrs.  413  Great  Western  road 
Robertson  Mrs.  51  Irvine  place 
Rubertson  Peter,  53  Thomson  street 


Robertson  W.,  M.A.  86  Fountainhall  road 
Robertson  William,  301  Holburn  street; 
Robertson  William,  31  Spital 
Robertson  William  Percival,  5  Alford  place 
Robson  A.  41  Albert  street 
Robson  J.  W.  40  Fountainhall  road 
Robson  Mrs.  88  Bon-Accord  street 
Rodger  James   M.D.    1   Golden  square    & 

Rosewell,  Stocket 
Rodger  Miss,  156  Broomhill  road 
Rodger  Mrs.  152  Broomhill  road 
Roger  Alexander,  146  Great  Western  road 
Rollo  Alexander,  3£  Powisi  terrace 
Rollo  Mrs.  3  Powis  terrace 
Rose  Donaldson  S.,  M.A.  5  Rubislaw  ter 
Rose  George  M.B.  494  Union  street 
Rose  James,  29  Beechgrove  avenue 
Rose  Mrs.   81  Ashley  road 
Rose  William,  42  Carden  place 
Rose  William,  68  Fountainhall  road 
Ross  Rev.    George   M'Murray  M.A.    (Free 

Church),  54  Dee  street 
Ross     Rev.     Robert     Caledon     B.A.     (St. 

Clement's  mission),   5  Canal  terrace 
Rosb  Alexander,  Persleyden,  Woodside 
Ross  Alexander  M.tchell,  12  King's  gate 
Ross  Alexander  Stables,  111  Broomhill  road 
Ross  Andrew,  10  Roslin  terrace 
Ross  Andrew,  jun.  5  Caroline  place 
Ross  Charles,  74  Devonshire  road 
Ross  Daniel,  6  Roslin  terrace 
Ross  David,  142  Bon-Accord  street 
Ross  David,  4  Orchard  place 
Ross  Henry,  8  North  Silver  street 
Ross  James,  77  Blenheim  place 
Ross  James,  4  Rubislaw  place 
Ross  James  Thain,  10  Mile  End  avenue 
Ross  John  A.  359  Great  Western  road 
Ross  John,  jun.  12  Forbesfield  road 
Ross  John  Milner,  57  Argyll  place 
Ross  Miss,  70  Desswood  place 
Ross  Miss,  40  Osborne  place 
Ross  Mrs.  266  Great  Western  road 
Ros-s  Mrs.  2  Oakdale  terrace,  Mannofield 
Ross  Mrs.  98  Powis  place 
Ross  Mrs.  71  Rosebank  terrace 
Ross  William,  23  Brighton  place 
Ross  William,  81  Westburn  road 
Routledge  Miss,  15  Carden  place 
Rowell  Mrs.  7  Belvidere  crescent 
Roy  Mrs.  33  Belvidere  street 
Roy  Mrs.  4  Polmuir  road 
Ruddiman  Thomas  Milne,  16  Braemar  place 
Russell    Rev.    James    Alexander    M.A.    3 

Elmbank  terrace 
Russell  James,  155  Great  Western  road 
Russell  Mr3.  17  Lily  Bank  place 
Bussell  Robert,  131  Desswood  place 
Rust  Mrs.  35  Dee  street 
Rutherford  A.  480  Union  street 
Rutherford  Alexander,  15  Gray  street 
Rutherford  James,  32  Argyll  place 
Rutherford  John,  8  Fonthill  road 
Rutherford  Mrs.  35  Osborne  place 
Rutherford  William,  40  Mile  End  road 
Rubhven  Mrs.  17  Albert  street 
Ruxtou  Charles,  22  Rubislaw  terrace 
Ruxton  Misses,  22  Rubislaw  terrace 
Ruxton  Mrs.  60  Desswood  place 
Saint  Miss,  70  Fountainhall  road 
Salmond  Rev.  Stewart  D.  F.,  M.A.,  D.D.  C 

Queen's  road 
Salmond  James  Laing  M.A.,  M.B.,  CM.  S 

Alford  place 
Salmond  Mrs.  27  Rubislaw  Den  south 
Salmond  Robert,  469  Union  street 
Salter  William,  37  Belvidere  street 
Sandison  Mrs.  232  Union  grove 
Sands  Alexander,  114  Broomhill  road 
Sangster  James,  141  Great  Western  road 
Sautter  James  Robertson,  21  Waverley  pi 
Sangster  John,  45  Devonshire  road 
Sangster  John,  25  Polmuir  road 
Sangster  John  A.  5  Roslin  terrace 
Sangster  Miss,  27  Mile  End  avenue 
Sangster  Mrs.  66  Irvine  place- 
Sangster  William,  4  Abbotsford  place 
Sangster  William,  77  Fountainhall  road 
Saunders  Benjamin,  34  John  street 
Savage  Edward  John,  36  Victoria  street 
Savage  Mrs.  36  Victoria  street 
Scatterty  Alexander,  41  Stanley  street 
Scbaschke  Gottleib,  335  Great  Western  rd 
Schaschke  John,  30  Duthie  terrace 
Scholle  William  Ph.D.  15  Ash'ey  road 
Scorgie  Miss,  24  Braemar  place 
Seorgie  Misses,  20  Loanhead  terrace 
Scorgie  William,  2  Orchard  street 
Scott  Rev.  Alex.  M.,  M.A.  6  Devanha  ter 
Scott  Rev.  Robert  M.A.  50  Albury  road 
Scott  Rev.  William  D.,  B.D.  58  Fonthill  rd 
Scott  Francis,  46  Loanhead  terrace 
Scott  Francis  John,  95  Desswood  place 
Scott  George  J.  80  Queen's  road  west 
Scott  James,  11  Deemount  road 
Scott  James,   5  Laurelwood  avenue 
Scott     James     McKenzie     Illingworth,     & 

Murray  terrace 
Scott  Miss,  29  Gray  street 
Scott  Mrs.  1  Albury  .place 
Scott  Mrs.  2  Deemount  terrace 


Scott  Mrs.  309  Great  Western  road 
Scott  Mrs.  92  Hamilton  place 
Scott-Grant  Mrs.  38  Braemar  place 
Scroggie  Mrs.  13  North  Silver  street 
Sellar  James,  35  Braemar  place 
Sellar  John,  38  Maberley  street 
Sellar  William  M.  62  Fountainhall  road 
Semple  Eev.    Robert  B.A.    (Free   Church). 

24  Balmoral  place 
Shand  George,  9  Argyll  place 
Shand  George,  79  Osborne  place 
Shand  Miss,  121  Leslie  terrace 
Shand  Miss,  12  Victoria  street 
Shand  Mrs.  102  Fountainhall  road 
Sharp  John,  17  Argyll  place 
Sharp  John,  145  Blenheim  place 
Shaw  Miss,  30  St.  Swithin  street 
Shaw  Mrs.  31  Albyn  place 
Shaw  Mrs.  26  Belmont  road 
Shaw  Vincent,  23  Justice  Mill  lane 
Shearer  Miss,  27  Great  Northern  road 
Shearer  Mrs.  15  Beechgrove  avenue 
Sheldon  Ernest,  371  Great  Western  road 
Shepherd  George,  6  Marine  terrace 
Shepherd  Geo.  J.,  J.P.  6  Bon-Accord  cres 
Shepherd  James,  jun.  64  Duthie  terrace 
Shepherd  Miss,  6  Bon-Accord  crescent 
Shepherd  Miss,  24  Carden  place 
Shepherd  Miss,  17  Polmuir  road 
Shepherd  Miss,  15  Springbank  terrace 
Shepherd  Misses,  74  Dee  street 
Shepherd  Mrs.  421  Great  Western  road 
Shepherd  Mrs.  128  Mid  Stocket  road 
Shepherd  Mrs.  James,  15  Fonthill  terrace 
Shepherd  William,  17  Polmuir  road 
Shepherd  William  H.  6  Bon-Accord  cres 
Sheret  Eobert,  32  Bon-Accord  terrace 
Sherrifl  William  F.  172  Bon-Accord  street 
SherrifEs  Kenneth,  282  Broomhill  road 
Shewan  James  Smith,  10  St.  Mary's  place 
Shinnie  James,  104  Desswood  place 
Shinnie  Eobert,  150  Bon-Accord  street 
Shirras  George  F.  16  Carden  place 
Shirras  Joseph,  7  Cattofield  place 
Shirreffs  William  M.B.,  C.M.252  Holburn  st 
Shirres  Miss,  33  Beechgrove  avenue 
Shirres  Mrs.  15  Bon-Accord  crescent 
Shives  Thomas,  16  Ashley  road 
Siddon  Charles,  10  Powis  terrace 
Sim  James,  6  Carden  terrace 
Sim  Miss,  27  Bonnymuir  place 
Sim  Miss,  Granton' lodge,  Gt.  Western  pi 
Sim  Mrs.  31  Devonshire  road 
Sim  Mrs.  49a,  Stanley  street 
Sim  Mrs.  60  Victoria  street 
Sim  Mrs.  14  Whitehouse  street 
Simpson  Alexander,  8  Golden  square 
Simpson  Alexander,  103  Leslie  terrace 
Simpson  George  Alex.  M.A.  8  Golden  sq 
Simpson  H.   F.  Morland  M.A.    80  Hamil- 
ton place 
Simpson  James,  66  Fountainhall  road 
Simpson  Jamea,  21  Gordondale  road 
Simpson  James,  629  Holburn  street 
Simpson  John,  372  Great  Western  road 
Simpson  John  M.  463  King  street 
Simpson  Kenneth  Macrae,  3  Dee  Mount  ter 
Simpson  Miss,  19  Fountainhall  road 
Simpson  Miss,  21  Gordjndale  road 
Simpson  Miss,  440  Great  Western  road 
Simpson  Misses,  11  Westfleld  terrace 
Simpson  Mrs.  43  Beechgrove  terrace 
Simpson  Mrs.  2  Carlton  place 
Simpson  Mrs.  149  Great  Western  road 
Simpson  Eobert,  38  Gladstone  place 
Simpson  Eobert,  18  Polmuir  road 
Simpson  Samuel,  20  Irvine  place 
Simpson  William,  143  Great  Western  road 
Sinclair  Alexander,  124  Blenheim  place 
Sinclair  David,  16  Bon-Accord  crescent 
Sinclair  Donald,  10  Forbesfield  road 
Sinclair  Gavin,  21  Mile  End  avenue 
Sinclair  George  J. P.  619  King  street 
Sinclair  James,  136  Mid  Stocket  road 
Sinclair  Miss,  348  Holburn  street 
Sinclair  Mrs.  130J  Union  street 
Sinclair  W.,  M.B.,  CM.  20  Golden  square 
Skea  Thomas,  52  Fountainhall  road 
Skea  William,  269  Great  Western  road 
Skeen  Miss,  77  Irvine  place 
Skeen  Mrs.  13  Westfield'terrace 
Skene  Peter,  17  Affleck  street 
Skene  Thomas,  193  Great  Western  road 
Skinner  George,  8  Springbank  terrace 
Skinner  Miss,  130J  Union  street 
Skinner  William,  118  Crown  street 
Skirving  William,  8  Polmuir  road 
Slaker  Frank  Scott,  100  Broomhill  road 
Slaker  Mrs.  25  Thomson  street 
Slessor  Eev.  Eobert  M.A.  62  Bon-Accord  st 
Slessor  Eobert,  28  Salisbury  terrace 
Slorach     Eev.     James,     Cathedral     house, 

Huntly  street 
Smart  Alexander  Wishart,51  Devonshire  rd 
Smart  Arthur  A.  5  Dee  place 
Smart  John,  101  Crown  street 
Smart  Mrs.  6  Caroline  place 
Smart  Mrs.  48  Dee  street  • 

Smart  Peter  Salmond,  4  Beechgrove  place 
Smith  Eev.  James  M.A.,  B.D.  3  Skene  pi 
Smith  Eev.  James  C.  18  North  Silver  street 


Smith    Eev.    William    (Free    Church),    89 

Argyll  place 
Smith  Alexander,  140  Bon-Accord  street 
Smith  Alexander,  9  Forest  road 
Smith  Alexander,  394  Great  Western  road 
Smith  Alexander  A.  477  King  street 
Smith     Alexander      Emslie,      Summerhill 

house,  South  Stocket 
Smith  Alexander  Emslie,  jun.   Summerhill 

house,  South  Stocket 
Smith  Andrew,  Craiglea,  Mannofield 
Smith  Charles,  119  Blenheim  place 
Smith  David,  12  Carden  place 
Smith  Duncan  M.  27  Argyll  place 
Smith  George,  74  Don  street,  Old  Aberdeen 
Smith  George,  248  Great  Western  road 
Smith  George,  30  Osborne  place 
Smith  George  G.,  M.A.  10  Bayview  road 
Smith  Isaac  F.  72  Queen's  road 
Smith  J.  Leslie,  102  Desswood  place 
Smith  James,  11  Gladstone  place 
Smith  James,  16  Queen  street,  Woodside 
Smith  James  A.  206  Westburn  road 
Smith  John.  24  Gladstone  place 
Smith  John,  40  Gladstone  place 
Smith  John,  160  Great  Western  road 
Smith  John,  655  King  street 
Smith  John,  30  Osborne  place 
Smith  John,  52  Salisbury  terrace 
Smith  John  Alexander,  19  Belvidere  cres 
Smith  John  James,  37  Belgrave  terrace 
Smith  Miss,  24  Albert  terrace 
Smith  Miss,  13  Carlton  place 
Smith  Miss,  3  Rubislaw  place 
Smith  Miss,  4  South  Crown  street 
Smith  Misses,  113  High  st.  Old  Aberdeen 
Smith  Mrs.  21  Belvidere  street 
Smith  Mrs.  4  Braemar  place 
Smith  Mrs.  26  Burns  road 
Smith  Mrs.  8  Caledonian  place 
Smith  Mrs.  22  Carden  place 
Smith  Mrs.  3  Caroline  place 
Smith  Mrs.  81  Crown  street 
Smith  Mrs.  8  Eldon  ter.  Gt.  Western  rd 
Smith  Mrs.  10  Ferryhill  place 
Smith  Mrs.  61  Fountainhall  road 
Smith  Mrs.  6  Gladstone  terrace 
Smith  Mrs.  253  Great  Western  road 
Smith  Mrs.  115  Hamilton  place 
Smith  Mrs.  94  Irvine  place 
Smith  Mrs.  8  Mount  street 
Smith  Mrs.  30  Osborne  place 
Smith  Mrs.  267  Rosemouut  place 
Smith  Mrs.  49  Victoria  street 
Smith  Eobert,  4  Belvidere  street 
Smith  Robert,  49  Springbank  terrace 
Smith  Thomas,  12  Chapel  street 
Smith  W.  J.  w.  1  Queen's  gardens 
Smith  William,  14  Albyn  place 
Smith  William,  21  Brighton  place 
Smith  William,   Ellerslie  house,    Craighton 

road,  Mannofield 
Smith  William  Dickie,  115  Hamilton  place 
Smvth  John  F.  32  Osborne  place 
Sno'wdon  Christopher,  10  Albyn  terrace 
Snowie  Alexander,  33  Braemar  place 
Soper  Frank  Artnur  L.D.S.Eng.  2  Hamil- 
ton place 
Sorley  J.  T.,  M.A.  97  Hamilton  place 
Sorley  William  Eitchie  M.A.  Powis  house, 

Old  Aberdeen 
Souper  Hugh  K.  21  Beechgrove  terrace 
Souter  Alexander,  66  Polmuir  road 
Souter  David,  63  Beechgrove  terrace 
Souter  George,  122  Desswood  place 
Souter  James,  10  Eldon  ter.  Gt.  Western  rd 
Souter  James,  434  King  street 
Souttar  James,  18  Gordondale  road 
Souttar  W.  6  King's  gate 
Spalding  John  M.  62  St.  Swithin  street 
Spalding  Miss,  13  Forest  avenue 
Spark  Benjamin,  50  Castle  street 
Spark  James,  50  Castle  street 
Spence  James,  74  Eosemount  place 
Spence  James  J.P.  23  Eubislaw  terrace 
Spence  Miss,  32  Albyn  place 
Spence  Mrs.  42  Fountainhall  road 
Stables  James,  240  Union  grove 
Stalker  George  M.  18  Eoslin  terrace 
Stanley  T.  376  Great  Western  road 
Stark  Rev.  James  D.D.  9  Westfleld  terrace 
Steele  William  Lamb,  85  Leslie  terrace 
Stephen  George,  42  Great  Western  road 
Stephen  George,  90  Leslie  terrace 
Stephen  James,  60  Fonthill  road 
Stephen  James  M.A.,  E.N.  46  Queen's  road 
Stephen  John,  8  Mile  End  place 
Stephen  John  Hector,  67  Westburn  road 
Stephen  Miss,  6  Albert  street 
Stephen  Mrs.  28  Brighton  place 
Stephen  Mrs.  3  Caledonian  place 
Stephen  Mrs.  49  Clifton  road 
Stephen  Mrs.  10  Devanha  terrace 
Stephen  Mrs.  22  Fountainhall  road 
Stephen  Mrs.  7  Osborne  place 
Stephen  Thomas,  5  South  Crown  street 
Stephen  William,  54  Clifton  road 
Stephens  Miss,  3  Osborne  place 
Stephenson  William  M.D.  3  Eubislaw  ter 
Stevens  Miss,  11  Elmfield  avenue 
Stevenson  Eev.  William  E.  5  Devanha  ter 



Stevenson  James,  sen.  26  Cairnfield  place 
Stevenson  James  Campbell,  24  Cairnfield  pi 
Stevenson  John,  103  "Ufton  road 
Stewart     Kev.      Alexander     LL.D.,     M.D, 

(Evangelical  Union),  Heathcot 
Stewart  Eev.  James,  17  Gladstone  place 
S'tewart  Rev.  James   S. '(Free  Church),  30 

Belvidere  crescent 
Stewart  A.  R.  27  Beechgrove  avenue 
Stewart  Alexander,  39  Fountainhall  road 
Stewart  Alexander  Simpson,  17  Powis  ter 
Stewart  Alexander  Spence,  20  Ferryhill  pi 
Stewart  James,  II  Braemar  place 
Stewart  James,  181  Skene  street  west 
Stewart  James  Allan  M.A.  100  Hamilton  pi 
Stewart  John,  5  Albert  terrace 
Stewart  John  Jackson,  17  Forbesfield  road 
Stewart  Miss,  13  Bon-Accord  square 
Stewart  Miss,  538  Holburn  street 
Stewart  Mrs.  66  Ashley  road 
Stewart  Mrs.  5  Carlton  place 
Stewart  Mrs.  108  Crown  street 
Stewart  Mrs.  20  Osborne  place 
Stewart  Mrs.  C.  28  Bon-Accord  terrace 
Stewart  Peter,  41  Beechgrove  terrace 
Stewart  William,  1  Elmbank  terrace 
Stewart  "William,  41  Gilcomston  pai-k 
Still  Miss,  39  Hamilton  place 
Stott  Andrew,  39  Osborne  place 
Stott  George,  2  Carden  plaec 
Stott  William,  34  Victoria  street 
Strachan  Adam  Birnie,  26  Duthie  terrace 
Strachan  Alex.  Leslie,  17  St.  Swithin  st 
Strachan  Charles,  355  Clifton  road 
Strachan  George,  52  King's  gate 
Strachan  Hercules,  480  Union  street 
Strachan  James,  17  Beechgrove  terrace 
Strachan  James,  39  Grosvenor  place 
Strachan  James1  E.  27  Hamilton  place 
Strachan  John,  75  Beechgrove  terrace 
Strachan  John,  16  Duthie  terrace 
Strachan  John  F.  71  Osborne  place 
Strachan  Mrs.   17  Brighton  place 
Strachan  William,  48  Mile  End  avenue 
Strath  David  M.  13  Queen's  road 
Strath  Mrs.  "13  Queen's  road 
Strathdee  James,  13  Crown  terrace 
Stronach  Alexander,  yost.  Hawthorn  villa, 

16  Salisbury  terrace 
Stronach  Charles,  107  Bon-Accord  street 
Stronach  Mrs.  17  Ferryhill  place 
Stuart  Alexander,  15  Fonthill  road 
Stuart  Alexander,  377  Holburn  street 
Stuart  Andrew,  8  Irvine  place 
Stuart  Dugald,  13  Roseberry  street 
Stuart  George,  11  Caledonian  place 
Stuart  George,  80  Carden  place 
Stuart  John  S.  171  Crown  street 
Stuart  Miss,  540  Holburn  street 
Stuart  Misses,  146  Bon-Accord  street 
Sturrock  Mrs.  242  Rosemount  place 
Stutley  Mrs.  6  Albert  terrace 
Summertield  Edward,  114  Westburn  road 
Sumner  James>,  7  Devanha  terrace 
Sutherland  Rev.   James   M.A.,   D.D.  1  St. 

Swithin  street 
Sutherland  A.  S.  3  Polmuir  road 
Sutherland  Henry  E.  7  Forest  road 
Sutherland  John,  16  Osborne  place 
Sutherland  Miss,  27  St.  Swithin  street 
Sutherland  Mrs.  21  Dee  Mount  road 
Sutherland  Mrs.  56  Duthie  terrace 
Sutherland  Mrs.  127  Great  Western  road   • 
Sutherland  Mrs.  167  Great  Western  road 
Sutherland     Robert     Walker,     Glenburnie 

house,  Skene  street  west 
Sutherland  William,  26  Osborne  place 
Swanson    Rev.    William    S.,    M.A.     (Free 

Church),  90  Blenheim  place 
Swinney  John  Dickson,  14  Mile  End  aven 
Sykes  John  Yerden,  30  Desswood  place 
Symmers  James,  115  Crown  street 
Taggart  James,  382  Great  Western  road 
Tait  Edwin,  81  Abergeldie  road 
Tait  Misses,  47  Holburn  road 
Tait  Robert,  3  View  terrace 
Tawse  Samuel,  8  Argyll  place 
Taylor  A.  H.  10  South  Crown  street 
Taylor  Alexander,  310  Holburn  street 
Taylor  Alexander,  Newton  hill 
Taylor  Charles,  64  Ashley  road 
Taylor  D.  369  Great  Western  road 
Taylor  James,  16  Fountainhall  road 
Taylor  James,  438  Great  Western  road 
Taylor  James,  143  Mid  Stocket  road 
Taylor  John,  29  Bon-Accord  street 
Taylor  John  L.  80  Irvine  place 
Taylor  Mrs.  2  Eldon  ter.  Gt.  Western  road 
Taylor  Mrs.  73  Irvine  place 
Taylor  Mrs.  19  Rubislaw  terrace 
Taylor  Mrs.  67  Springbank  terrace 
Taylor  Mrs.  Alexander,  27  Caledonian  pi 
Taylor  Walter,  39  Devonshire  road 
Taylor  William,  26  Balmoral  place 
Taylor  William,  117  Broomhill  road 
Taylor  William,  28  Lilybank  place 
Taylor  William  Arrol,  77  Crown  street 
Taylor  William  Charles,  53  Braemar  place 
Tennant  James,  jun.  4  St.  Swithin  street 
Tennant  Joseph.  6  St.  Swithin  street 
Tennant  Wm.  Martin,  112  Mid  Stocket  rd 

30       ABERDEEN. 

Terry  0.  Sandford  M.A.  3  Pitipdrle  place 
Thain  Alex.  J.  R.,  M.A.  131  Hamilton  pi 
Thain  Mrs.  21  Carden  place 
Third  Jolin,  2  Powis  terrace 
Third  Mrs.  27  Hilton  street 
Third  William  King,  87  Clifton  road 
Thorn  Alexander,  4  Orchard  place 
Thorn  Donaldson  Pose  M.A.  42  Albyn  pi 
Thorn  John,  236  Rosemount  place 
Thorn  Mrs.  Outseat?,  Hardgate 
Thom  William,  43  Hamilton  place 
Thompson  George,  yost.  Cnuntes  swells 
Thompson  James,  2  Cattofield  place 
Thompson  James,  63  Fountainhall  road 
Thomson  Per.  George  Webster  B.A.  (Free 

West  Church),  2  Rubislaw  terrace 
Thomson  Rev.  Pobert  M.A.    (Established), 

42  Queen's  road 
Thomson   Adam    John   Jameson,    47    Con- 
stitution street 
Thomson  Alexander,  61  Springbank  terrace 
Thomson  Alex.  Anderson,  18  Brunswick  pi 
Thomson      Arthur     Hadden,      235      Great 

Western  road 
Thomson  G.  M.  G3  Hamilton  place 
Thomson  George  J. P.  16  Albert  street 
Thomson  George,  228  Union  grove 
Thomson  George  Leslie,  2  Bon-Accord  cres 
Thomson  J.  W.  23  Gray  street 
Thomson  James>,  440  King  street 
Thomson  James,  52  Watson  street 
Thomson  John,  1  St.  Mary's  place 
Thomson  John,  55  Westburn  road. 
Thomson  Miss,  2  Marine  place 
Thomson  Mrs.  76  Ashley  road 
Thomson  Mrs.  55  Beechgrove  terrace 
Thomson  Mrs.  14  Carden  place 
Thomson  Mrs.  43  Carden  place 
Thomson  Mrs.  153  Crown  street 
Thomson  Mrs.  9  Dee  place 
Thomson  Mrs.  114  Leslie  terrace 
Thomson  Mrs.  27  Thomson  street 
Thomson  Peter,  17  Grosvenor  place 
Thomson  Pobert,  170  Bon-Accord  street 
Thomson  Robert,  36  Stanley  street 
Thomson  T.  69  Springbank  terrace 
Thomson  W.  90  Bon-Accord  street 
Thomson     W.    '  Stewart      M.A.,      P.S.A., 

F.P.G.S.  10  ]STorth  Silver  street 
Thomson  William  J. P.  1  Forest  road 
Thomson  William,  24  Gordondale  road 
Thomson  Wan.  J.P.  341  Great  Western  rd 
Thow  William,  17  Calsayseat  road 
Tindall  Maxwell  J.  M.  46  Polmuir  road 
Tindall  Robert,  167  Crown  street 
Tod  John  Laurence,  5  Queen's  terrace 
Todd  Rev.  Charles  Hessel  M.A.5  Carden  pi 
Todd  John  Law,  5  Queen's  terrace 
Tolmie     James     Alexander    M.B.,     Ch.B. 

Royal  infirmary,  WooLmanhill 
Topping  Miss,  214  Union  grove 
Topping  Robert,  36  Beaconsfield  place 
Torrie  Miss,  8  Osborne  place 
Tough  Alex.  93  Western  road,  Woodside 
Tough  George,  40  Charlotte  street 
Tough      George,      Moorseat     house,      M.d 

Stocket  road 
Trail  James  W.  H.,  M.A.,  M.D.,  F.L.S.  71 

High  street.  Old  Aberdeen 
Traill  Mrs.  Arthur  cot.  Prince  Arthur  eb 
Troup  Alexander,  191  King  street 
Troup  Mrs.  51  Carden  place 
Troup  Mrs.  273  Rosemount  place 
Troupe  Alexander,  29  Stanley  street 
True  Emil  H.  37  Gray  street 
Tulloch  A.  J.,  J.P.  13  Fonthill  terrace 
Tulloch  James,  5  Devonshire  road 
Tulloch  Mrs.  41  Brighton  place 
Tulloch  William  G.  163  Crown  street 
Turnbull  Andrew  R.  387  Union  street 
Turner  Mrs.  3  Orchard  place 
Tytler  James,  221  Union  grove 
Ure  Rev.  John  M.A.  (United  Presbyterian), 

431  Clifton  road 
Urqirhart  Alexander,  30  Rosemount  place 
Urquhart  Miss,  36  Bon-Accord  terrace 
Urquhart  Mrs.  57  Stanley  street 
Urquhart    Robert    Harvey,     35    Rubislaw 

Den  south 
Urwick  Fleet-Paymaster  Benjamin,  River- 

meade,  Cult3 
Usher  0.  H.  3  Bon-Accord  square 
Yarty  Miss,  61  Queen's  road 
Walker  Rev.  George  M.A.,  B.D.   34  Great 

Western  road 
Walker  Alexander,  42  Hamilton  place 
Walker  Alex.  J.P.,  LL.D.  64  Hamilton  pi 
Walker  Alexander,  180  Mid  Stocket  road 
Walker  Alexander,  56  Queen's  road 
Walker  Alexander  Brown  M.B.,  CM.  Eoyal 

infirmary,  Woolmanhill 
Walker  Alexander  Cowie,  G2  Dee  street 
Walker  D.  14  Beaconsfield  place 
Walker  Francis  Richard  Sandford  M.A.  56 

Queen's  road 
Walker  G.  W.  S.  22  Whitehall  road 
Walker  George,  52  Victoria  street 
Walker  James,  87  Crown  street 
Walker  James,  546  Holburn  street 
Walker  James,  70  Irvine  place 




iWalker  James  Samuel  H.,  M.B.,   CM.    56 

Queen's  road 
[Walker  John,  389  Clifton  road 
Walker  Miss,  9  Mile  End  avenue 
Walker  Miss,  6  Osborne  place 
Walker  Miss,  2  Union  terrace 
Walker  Misses,  Moor  cottage,  Craigton 

Walker  Misses,  32  Whitehall  road 
Walker  Mrs.   15  Argyll  crescent 
Walker  Mrs-.  29  Devonshire  road 
Walker  Mrs.  353  Holburn  street 
Walker  Peter,  31  Clrosvenor  place 
Walker   Robert   M.A.,  F.R.S.E.   Chanonry, 

Old  Aberdeen 
Walker  Robert,  59  Duthie  terrace 
Walker  Thos.  North  Pier  vilto,  Pocra.  pier 
Walker  Thomas  Smith,  97  Fountainhall  rd 
Walker  William,  9  Belvidere  street 
Walker  William,  4  Bridge  street 
Walker  William,  274  Broomhill  road 
Walker  William,  Insch  grove,  Belgrave  tet 
Walker  William,  6  Marine  place 
Walker  William  John,153  Great  Western  rd 
Wallace  Andrew,  Ivy  bank,  Ashgrove  road 
Wallace  James,  67  Argyll  place 
Wallace  John,  139  Hardgate 
Wallace  Miss,  345  Clifton  road 
Wallace  Robert  Smith,  47  Waverley  place 
Wallace  William,  120  Desswood  place 
Walton  Thomas,  28  Albert  terrace 
Ward  William,  13  Burns  road 
Warrack  Miss,  122  Blenheim  place 
Warrack  Mrs.  20  Chanonry,  Old  Aberdeen 
Watson  Alexander,  356  Holburn  street 
Watson  Alexander,  5  Marine  terrace 
Watson  George,  13  South  Crown  street 
Watson  James,  67  Abergeldie  road 
Watson  James,  89  Fountainhall  road 
Watson  James,  Glendovrer  cot.  Elm  place 
Watson  James,  619  Holburn  street 
Watson  James,  448  King  street 
Watson  James,  59  "Union  grove 
Watson  John,  41  Belvidere  street 
Watson  John,  Jan.  192  Mid  Stocket  road 
Watson  John  D.   Broomlield  cottage,   Bal- 
moral place 
Watson  Miss,  97  Blenheim  place 
Watson  Mrs'.  138  Hamilton  place 
Watson  Mrs.  27  Osborne  place 
Watson  Mrs.  T.  R.  128  Hamilton  place 
Watson  William  Urquhart,3S  Bon-Accord  st 
Watson-Smvth  G.  28  Belvidere  street 
Watt  Rev.  Thomas  David  M.A.  Berry  Bank 

house,  Belmont  road 
Watt  Alexander,  130  Hamilton  place 
Watt  Alexander,  29  St.  Swithin  street 
Watt  Charles,  5  St.  Swithin  street 
Watt  G.,  M.D.,  CM.  21  Golden  square 
Watt  George,  65  Desswood  place 
Watt  George,  132  Hamilton  place 
Watt  James,  39  Belgrave  terrace 
Watt  James,  49  Bon-Accord  street 
Watt  James  Peter  M.A.  15  Albert  street 
Watt  John,  16  Albert  terrace 
Watt  Marshall,  81  Bon-Accord  street 
Watt  Michie,  39  Forest  road 
Watt  Mrs.  34  Carden  place 
Watt  Mrs.  71  Dee  street 
Watt  Mrs.  106  Hamilton  place 
Watt  Mrs.  10  Osborne  place 
Watt  Robert,  40  Salisbury  terrace 
Watt  Thomas1,  91  Argyll  place 
Watt  William,  4  Carlton  place 
Watt  William,  36  Ferryhill  place 
Watt  William,  17  Queen's  road 
Watt  William,  59  Westburn  road 
Watt    William    Knowles    M.A. 

Accord  street 
Watts  Mrs.  4  Eing's  gate 

Whitehead  Frank,  117  Blenheim  place 
Whyte  George  G.  4  Carden  terrace 
Whyte  J.  R.  3  West  Craibstone  street 
Whyte  Mxsl  72  Carden  place 
Wight  Alex.  F.,  J.P.  21  Rubislaw  terrace 
Wight  Mrs.  18  Albert  street 
Wilk'.e  Alexander,  423  Clifton  road 
Will   J.    C.    0.,    M.D.,    F.R.S.E.,    J.P.    379 
Union  street  &  Pitfodels,  near  Aberdeen 
Will  Mrs.  13  Rubislaw  terrace 
Will  William,  47  Duthie  terrace 
Willans  Mrs.  36  \\  hitehall  road 
Williams  Lieut.  John  A.,  R.A.  160  Broom- 
hill  road 
WJliams  Herbert  G.,  B.Sc.109  Desswood  pi 
Williams  James,  39  Albyn  place 
Williams  Mrs.  4  Queen's  gardens 
Williams  Mrs.  9  Springbank  terrace 
Williamson    Rev.    Frank   Powell   M.A.    11 

Williamson  Alex.  348  Great  Western  road 
Williamson  Alexander,  14  Whitehouse  si 
Williamson  Alex.  M.,  M.A.  2  Queen's  grdns 
Williamson  Charles,  16  Rubislaw  terrace 
Williamson  George,    16  Rubislaw  terrace 
Williamson  George  M.D.  256  Union  street 
Williamson  James,  189  King  street 
Williamson  John,  20  Beaconsfield  place 
Williamson  John,  20  St.  S>within  street 
Williamson  Miss,  68  Carden  place 
Williamson  Miss,  67  Crown  street 
Williamson  Mrs.  26  Blenheim  place 
Williamson  Mrs.  10  Bon-Accord  square 
Williamson  Mrs.  23  Cairnfield  place 
Williamson  Mrs.  124  Hamilton  place 
Williamson    Robert    Moir   M.A.,   LL.B.    33 

Fountainhall  road 
Williamson  William,  64  Irvine  place 
Williamson  William  H.,  M.D.  15  Union  ter 
Willock  R.  C,  M.D.  4  Golden  square 
Willox   Rev.    Alexander   Cowie    M.A.    148 

Broomhill  road 
Willox  James,  45  Gilcomston  park 
Wilson     Rev.      William     M.     (Established 

Church),  44  Carden  place 
Wilson    Alexander,    Beechwood,    Rubislaw 

Den  south 
Wilson  Alexander,  20  Burns  road 
Wilson  Alexander  Hall,  2  Albyn  terrace 
Wilson  Alexander  Hall,  jun.  2  Albyn  ter 
Wilson  Charles,  4  Westfield  terrace 
Wilson  Chas.  Fyfe,  Craigton  vil. Mannofield 
Wilson  G.  79  Fountainhall  road 
Wilson  George  Alex.  25  St.  Swithin  street 
Wilson  James,  19  Albert  terrace 
Wilson  James  M.A.,B.Sc.60  Beaconsfield  pi 
Wilson  James,  5  Belvidere  street 
Wilson  James,  137  Blenheim  place 
Wilson    James    Adam    M.A.,     B.Sc.    119 

Broomhill  road 
Wilson  James  E.  G6  Dee  street 
Wilson  John,  39  Argyll  place 
Wilson  John,  90  Bon-Accord  street 
Wilson  Jn.  D.,  LL.D.,  J.P.  17  Bubislaw  ter 
Wilson  John  H.  24  Crown  street 
Wilson    John    Tom   Thompson,    164    Bon- 
Accord  street 
Wilson  Louis,  24  Devonshire  road 
Wilson  Miss,  90  Desswood  place 
Wilson  Miss,  47  Osborne  place 
Wilson  Miss,  51  Victoria  street 
Wilson  Miss,  4  Westfield  terrace 
Wilson  Mrs.  8  Albert  street 
Wilson  Mrs.  12  Albert  street 
Wilson  Mrs.  14  Brighton  place 
Wilson  Mrs.  127  Broomhill  road 
Wilson  Mrs.  64  Carden  place 
Bon-  Wilson  Mrs.  Cuthbert  cottage,  Bright  street 
'Wilson  Mrs.  2  Ferryhill  place 
,  Wilson  Mrs.  342  Holburn  street 
Webster  Rev.  A.  (.Christian  Unitarian),  41  Wilson  Mrs.  53  Queen's  road 

Fonthill  terrace  I  Wilson  Mrs.  14  Westburn  road 

Webster  Arthur  Thomson,33  Devonshire  rd  Wilson  Robert  G.  12  Belgrave  terrace 


Webster  George,  5i  Powis  terrace 
Webster  J.  Eastbank,  Fonthill  road 
Webster  James,  32  Fountainhall  road 
Webster  James,   11  Roseberry  street 
Webster  John,  10  Albert  terrace 
Webster  John,  Elmbank,  Ashgrove  road 
Webster  Miss,  68  Union  grove 
Webster  Misses,  66  Ferryhill  road 
Webster  Mrs.  73  Bon-Accord  street 
Webster  Mrs.  6  Brighton  place 
Webster  Mrs.  165  Crown  street 
Webster  William,  16  Dee  Mount  road 
Weir  Edward  Morrison,  25a,  Rose  street 
Weir  John  P.  76  Rosemount  place 
Weir-Smith  Mrs.  16  Gladstone  place 
Welsh  Mrs.  31  Brighton  place 
West  Miss,  75  Stanley  street 
Westland  Miss,  8  Rubislaw  terrace 
Whamond  John,  60  Great  Western  road 
Whineup  Alex.  M.A.,  B.L.  78  Hamilton  pi 
Whincup  J.  G.  L.  78  Hamilton  place 
White  John,  Craigie  bank,  Hamilton  place 
White    John    F.,    LL.D.    Seaton    cottage, 

Bridge  of  Don 
White  John  P.  Robertson  M.A.,  LL.B.  53 

Beaconsfield  place 
Whiteoross  Miss,  23  Springbank  terrace 

Wilson  Samuel,  53  Devonshire  road 
Winchester  Alex.  74  Walker  road,  Torry 
Winkley  Henry  Bose,  14  Fonthill  road 
Winsby  Mrs.  332  Holburn  street 
Wiseman  George,  39  Beaconsfield  place 
Wishart  Alex.  Craig,  45  Mile  End  avenue 
Wishart  Joseph,  40  Loanhead  terrace 
Wishart  William,  25  Mount  street 
Witt  Mrs.  9  Strawberry  bank 
Wolstencroft      William      Higginson,       10 

Caledonian  place 
Wood  David,  91  Irvine  place 
Wood  George,  19  Burns  road 
Woodrow   Rev.    Samuel    G.    (Baptist),    86 

Desswood  place 
Wright  Surgeon-Major  M.A.,  M.D.,  I. M.S., 

R.L.  50  St.  Swithin  street 
Wright  Rev.   Henry  W.   (Established),   26 

Polmuir  road 
Wright  Andrew,  29  Duthie  terrace 
Wright  Frederick,  80  Queen's  road 
Wright  Mrs.  19  Caledonian  place 
Wright  Mrs.  47  Mile  End  avenue 
Wright  Mrs.   11  Powis  terrace 
Wright  Robert  William,  29  Belvidere  street 
Wylie  William,  212  Westburn  road 
Wyllie  John,  131  Blenheim  place 
Wyllie  M'ss,  5  Rubislaw  place 


Wyness  Alexander,  110  Westburn  mad 
Wyneas  James  D.,  M.D.,  CM.  349  Union  st 
Wyness  Mrs.  73  Beaconsfield  place 
WyneBS  Mrs.  31  Great  Northern  road 
Wyness  Thomas  (chief  constable),l  Spring- 
bank  terrace 
Young    Rev.    A. ,    'si. A.     (United    Presby- 
terian), 55  Osborne  place 
Young  Alexander,  47  Argyll  place 


Young  J.    McLauchlan   F.R.C.V.S.    63    St. 
Smth.  in  street 

Young  Mrs.  32  Albert  terrace 

Young  Mrs.  152  Great  Western  road 
lYoungson  Kev.  Alexander,  25  Cranford  rd 
lYoungson  Miss,  11  Hosefield  avenue 

Youngson  Mrs.  17  Caledonian  place 
lYoungson  Mrs.  64  Great  Western  road 
.Youngson  William,    Arrdeir,  Mannofield 



Yu'.ll  William  C.   E.   Gordondale,   Gordon- 

dale  road 
Yule  George,  76  Duth'e  terrace 
Yule  James,  40  Stanley  street 
Yule  John  Smith,  40  Stanley  street 
Yule  Mrs.  75  Union  street 
Yule  Robert,  9  Albert  terrace 
Yule  William,  33  Albert  terrace 
Yunnie  Mrs.  164  Mid  Stocket  road 
Zamek  Alexander,  79  Crown  street 

32       ABERDEEN. 




Abbey  David,  post  office  clerk,  38  Devonshire  road 

Abel    James,    manager   Bon   Accord   Acetylene    Gas    Co.;    res. 

Westbourne  house,  Union  street 
Abel  John,  bookkeeper,  20  Argyll  place 
Abel  Mary  (Mrs.),  apartments,  71  Thistle  street 
Abel  William,  post  office  clerk,  25  Eroomhill  road 
.Abercromby  Ales.  Milne,  commercial  traveller,  41  Elmfie'd  aven 
Abercromby  James,  grain  merchant  &  hay  &  straw  dealer,  66 

Spring  garden  &  85  Gerrard  street ;  res.  31  Hamilton  place 
Aberdeen  Agricultural  Hall  Co.  Limited   (Robert  Bruce,   mana- 
ger), Clifton  road 
Aberdeen   Art  Gallery  &  Industrial  Museum   (Hugh  Macdonald 

S.S.C.  sec),  Schoolhill;  office,  143  Union  street 
Aberdeen  Artists'  Society  (A.  E.  Smith,  jun.  sec),  130  Union  st 
Aberdeen  Association  for  the  Improvement  of  the  Dwellings  of  the 

Labouring  Classes  Limited  (John  Whyte,  sec),  12  Dee  street 
Aberdeen  Association  for  Improving  the  Condition  of  the  Poor 

(Peter  Diack,  sec.  &  supt.),  38  Castle  street 
Aberdeen  Association  for  the  Prevention  of  Cruelty  to  Animals 

(Alexander  J.  R.  Thain,  sec),  173  Union  street 
Aberdeen,  Banff,  Kincardine  &  Northern  Counties  People's  Jour- 
nal (W.  &  W.  Lindsay,  publishers) ;  office,30Market  st.  ;TN302 
Aberdeen  Bible  Women's  &  Evangelistic  Association   (Gray  C. 

Fraser,  treasurer),  13  Bridge  street 
Aberdeen  Boat  Club  (John  Jameson,  jun.  hon.  sec),  Polmuir 
Aberdeen  Booksellers'  &  News  Agents'  Association  (F.  J.  Scott, 

sec),  129  Union  street 
Aberdeen   Bowling  &    Lawn   Tennis   Club    (Alexander  Edward, 

sec),  484  Union  street 
Aberdeen  Brass  Moulders'  &  Brass  Founders'   Society  (Andrew 

Johnstone,  sec^,  46  Broomhill  road 
Aberdeen  Building  Co.  Lim.  (James  Gordon,  nig:.),  10  Colville  pi 
Aberdeen  Burns  Club  (Alexander  B.  Murrison,  sec),  52  Green 
-Aberdeen   Cabmen's  Provident  Society  (George  Falconer,    sec), 

63  Union  street 
Aberdeen    Cafe    Co.    Limited    (James    S.    Butchart,    sec),    123£ 
Union  street;   T  N  236;    10  Shiprow;    T  N  445;    158  Market 
street;   Great  Western  road  &  Guild  street 
Aberdeen    Catholic   Association    (George   A.    Wilson,    president; 

James  Grant,  hon.  sec),  North  Silver  street 
Aberdeen  Catholic  Hall  Co.  Limited  (John  Craigen,  sec. ;   John 

Garden,   caretaker),  North   Silver  street 
Aberdeen  Catholic  Herald  (Moran  &  Co.  publishers;    published 

friday),  403  Union  street 
Aberdeen  Cattle  &  Farm  Produce  Association  Limited,   cattle 

salesmen  &  auctioneers,  Kittybrewster ;   T  N  K  6 
Aberdeen  Cemetery  Co.  Limited  (Allenvale)  (George  G.  Whyte 

C.A.  sec),  156  Union  street 
Aberdeen   Chamber  of  Commerce   &   North  of   Seotland  Trade 
Protection  Society  (Charles  M'Combie,  advocate,  sec),  1  King  st 
Aberdeen  Choral  Union  (John  MeBain,  sec),  38  Union  street 
Aberdeen    Church    of   Scotland    Training    College   &   Practising 
School  (George   &..  Simpson,  22  Bridge  street,  sec),  261  to  265 
George  street.     For  list  of  masters  &c.  see  p.  18 
Aberdeen  Civil  Service  &  Business  College  (W.  Stewart  Thomson 

M.A.,  F.S.A.,  F.R.G.S.  principal),  10  North  Silver  street 
Aberdeen  Coke  Manufacturing  Co.  Brickfield  place 
Aberdeen  Comb  Works  Co.  Limited,  comb  manu- 
facturers &  cardboard  box  makers,  Aberdeen 
comb   works,    Hutcheon    street;  T    N    57  ;    T  A 
"Comb  Works,  Aberdeen;"  &  Rosemouut  branch,  Forbes  st.; 
T  N  403  ;  T  A  "Horner's,  Aberdceu  ;  "  &  43  Basiugball  street, 
London  E  C 
Aberdeen  Commercial  Co.   Limited  (Alexander  Copland  &  John 
Sangster,    joint    managers),    grain,    lime    &    coal    merchants, 
manure  manufacturers  &  seed  crushers,  Provost  Blaikie's  quay; 
T  N  35;   branch  office,  140  Union  street 
Aberdeen  Conservative  Association  (Alex.   J.  Brander,   sec),  5 

Market  street 
Aberdeen  Conservative   Club   (E.   R.   Lumsden,   sec),   14  Union 

terrace;  T  N  556 
Aberdeen  Co-operative  Property  Investment  Company  Building 

Society  (George  Kemp,  manager),  13  Bridge  street 
Aberdeen  Corn  Exchange  Co.  (T.  R.  Gillies,  sec  &  treasurer), 

5  Hadden  street 
Aberdeen  Corporation  Baths  (F.  H.  Lawrence,  supt).  The  Links 
Aberdeen    Corporation    Tramways    (David   Moonie,    manager),    4 

Broad  street 
Aberdeen  Curling  Club  (Richard  W.  K.  Bain,  sec),  255  Union  st 
Aberdeen    Cycle    Manufacturing    Co.    (J.    Smith,    manager),    27 

College  street 
Aberdeen  Dairy  Co.  Lim.(Jas.  Watt,  mgr.),477  Union  st.  ;T  N  509 
Aberdeen  Discharged  Prisoners'  Aid  Society  (Peter  Diack^  sec), 

38  Custle  street 
Aberdeen  Dispensary,  Maternity  Hospital  &  Vaccine  Institution 
(Watt   &    Cumine,    183a,    Union   street,    sees.    &   treasurers), 
Barnett's  close 
Aberdeen  &  District  Aerated  Water  Trade  Protection  Association 

(W.  M.  Sellar,  sec),  81  Union  street 
Aberdeen   &   District   Ayrshire  Association   (George  Newlands, 

sec.  &  treasurer),  154  Union  street 
Aberdeen  District  County  Council  (William  Reid,  sanitary  inspec- 
tor), 13  Bridge  street 

Aberdeen    District    Hall    Co.    Limited    (William   Meston,    sec), 

5  Crooked  lane 
Aberdeen    &   District   Harriers'    Association    (Robert    Brownlee, 

sec),  66  Skene  square 
Aberdeen  (First)  Economic  Building  Society  (G.  &  J.  M  Bain, 

sees.),  38  Union  street 
Aberdeen  Educational  Trust  (Alexander  Simpson,  clerk  &  treas.), 

352  King  street 
Aberdeen    (The)    Electrical    Engineering    Co.    Limited    (George 
Richard  Botting,  manager),  electrical  engineers,  45  Schoolhill 
Aberdeen  Evening  Express  (Aberdeen  &  North  of  Scotland  News- 
paper &  Printing  Co.  Limited,  proprietors;    J.   A.   C.  Coutts, 
manager),  18,  20  &  22  Broad  st ;  T  N  27.     See  advertisement 
Aberdeen  Female  School  of  Industry  (George  Carmichael,  sec), 

North  lodge,  179  King  street;  T  N  451 
Aberdeen   Female   Society  (Miss  J.   A.   Melville,   sec),    12   Pol- 
muir road 
Aberdeen    Fire   Brigade    (William   Inkster,    supt),    Central    fire 

station,  King  street;    T  N  24 
Aberdeen   (The)    Fish   Manure   &    Oil   Co.   Limited    (Brander   & 

Lippe,  sees.),  Commercial  road;  reg.  office,   5  Market  street 
Aberdeen    Fish   Supply  Association    Limited   (G.    &  J.  M'Bain, 

eecs.),  38  Union  street 
Aberdeen    Fishing    &    Home    Trade    Masters'     Society    (George 

Falconer,  sec),  63  Union  street 
Aberdeen  Flesher  Incorporation  (George  M.  Catto,  box  master), 

46  Wales  street 
Aberdeen  Free  Church  Training  College  &  Practising  School(Gray 
C.   Fraser,   sec.   &  treasurer),  17  Charlotte  street.     For  list  of 
masters  &c.  ?ee  p.  18 
Aberdeen  &  Glasgow  Steam  Shipping  Co.  Limited  (W.  Leslie  & 

Co.  managers),  67  Marischal  street;  T  N   423 
Aberdeen  Golf  Club  (M.  M.  Duncan,  sec),  Balgcwnie  Links 
Aberdeen  Grain  Warehousing  Co.  Limited  (David  Edwards,  sec), 

16  Bridge  street  &  24  to  30  Commerce  street 
Aberdeen  Granite  Association  (Jas.ThomJefErey,sec.),81  Union  Bt 
Aberdeen  Gymnastic  &  Rowing  Club   (D.    Sinclair,  hon.   sec), 

Crown  street 
Aberdeen  Gymnastic  &  Rowing  Club  (A.  K.  Gordon,  sec),  South 

Esplanade  west,  Torry 
Aberdeen  Harbour   Office   (William   Gordon,    sec.   &   clerk),   16 

Regent  quay;  IN   91 
Aberdeen  Heritable  Securities  &  Investment  Co.  Limited  (Daniel 

Rose  M'Gilvrav,  sec),  6  Union  terrace 
Aberdeen    Hide,  Skin  &  Tallow   Market  Co-  Lim. 
(John    B.   Cairns,    manager),  46   Wales  street; 
T  N  478  j  T  A  "  CAIRNS,  Aberdeen  " — branches,  Inverurie  & 
Aberdeen  Highland  Association  (Hugh  Macdonald  S.S.C.  sec.  & 

treasurer),  143  Union  street 
Aberdeen    Hospital   for    Sick   Children   (Prof.    Stephenson   M.D. 
consulting  physician),  Castle  terrace.    For  full  list  of  officers, 
see  Trades  Section 
Aberdeen  House  Proprietors'  Association  (James  Thorn  Jeffrey, 

sec),  81  Union  street 
Aberdeen   (The)   Ice  Manufacturing  Co.    Limited,   ice   manufac- 
turers, Poynernook  road;   T  A  "Ice,   Aberdeen" 
Aberdeen    Iron    Trade    Association     (R.    D.    Leslie,    sec),    137 

Union  street 
Aberdeen  Journal  &  Daily  Advertiser  (also  weekly  on  Wednes- 
day)  (Aberdeen  &  North   of  Scotland  Newspaper  &  Printing 
Co.  Limited,  proprietors;  J.  A.  C.  Coutts,  manager),  18,  20  & 
22  Broad  street;  T  N  27.     See  advertisement 
Aberdeen    Juridical    Society    (Arthur    S.    Tawse    &    Alexander 

MucDonald,  sees.),  Advocates'   hall,   10  Broad  street 
Aberdeen  Jute  Co.  Lim.  (James  Ducat,  sec),  Froghall  la.  ;T  N  82 
Aberdeen  Ladies'  Union  &  Working   Girls'  Home  (Mrs.   Isobel 

Sheriden,  matron),  19  Marischal  street 
Aberdeen,  Leith  &  Moray  Firth  Steam  Shipping  Co.  Lim.  (James 

Crombie,  manager),  3  Trinity  buildings;  TN    483 
Aberdeen  Liberal  Association  (John  S.  Watt  M.A.,  LL.B.   sec), 

26  King  street;  T  N  272 
Aberdeen  Liberal  Club  (Alex.  Whincup,   sec),  22  Market  street 
Aberdeen  Liberal  Unionist  Association  (J.E.Rae,sec.),2  Union  ter 
Aberdeen  (The)  Lime  Co.  (David  C.  Peters,  man- 
ager), dealers  in  lime,  coal,  guano,  crushed  & 
dissolved  bones,  bone  meal,  superphosphates, 
sulphate    of    ammonia,    nitrate    of    soda,    & 
other   manures,   linseed   cake   &  cotton  cake, 
Provost    Blaikie's    quay;    T   N    218;   T  A  "LIME, 
Aberdeen  " 
Aberdeen  Loan  Company  Limited  (James  McFarlane,   manager), 

pawnbrokers  &c  95  Loch  street  &  1  John  street 
Aberdeen  Machine  Firewood  Co.    (William  Campbell,  manager), 

firewood  dealers,  Old  Ford  road 
Aberdeen  Market  Co.  (Adam,  Thomson  &  Ross, sees.), 2  Union  ter 
Aberdeen  Masonic  Hall  Co.  Trust,  12  Exchange  street 
Aberdeen    Master    Butchers'    Association    (James    B.    Davidson, 

sec),  4Sa,  Union  street 
Aberdeen  Master   House  Carpenters'   Association  (H.    Peterkin, 

sec),  4  Bridge  street 
Aberdeen  Master  Masons'  Association   (Peter  B.  Bisset,  sec),  7 
Willewdule  place 





Aberdeen    Master    Painters'    Association    (James   B.    Davidson, 

sec),  46a,  Union  street 
Aberdeen    Master    Plasterers'    Association    (Thomas    A.    Coats, 

sec.),  17  Belmont  street 
Aberdeen   Master    Plumbers'    Association    (William    Sutherland, 

sec),  177  Union  street 
Aberdeen  Match  Manufacturing  Co.  (George  Daniels,  manager), 

Clayhille;   T  N  300 
Aberdeen  Mechanics'  Institution  (William  Milne  C.A.  see.).  147 

Union  street 
Aberdeen  Medico-Chirurgical  Society  (Dr.  Thomas  Milne,  presi- 
dent; Dr.  John  Marnoch,  sec.);    hall,  29  King  street 
Aberdeen  Music  Hall  (Aberdeen  Musio  HalL  Co.  Limited,  proprs.), 

Union  street 
Aberdeen  Music  Hall  Co.  Limited  (Fraser  &  Duguid,  sees.),  13 

Bridge  street;  T  N  249 
Aberdeen  Musical  Institute  (James  Stables,  sec),  48a,  Union  st  . 
Aberdeen   Mutual  Assurance   &  Friendly   Society  (G.    Falconer,  ' 

sec),  63  Union  street 
Aberdeen   Mutual   Steam   Ship  &  Trawlers'   Insurance   Co.    (W. 

R.  Aiken,  sec),  53  Regent  quay 
Aberdeen,  Newcastle  &  Hull  Steam  Co.  Limited  (Wm.  Skirving, 

mangr.),  79  Regent  quay;  T  N  87;  TA"  Skirving,  Aberdeen  " 
Aberdeen  &  North  of  Scotland  Newspaper  &  Printing  Co.  Lim. 

(J.  A.  C.  Coutts,  manager),  18,  20  &  22  Broad  st. ;  T  N  27 
Aberdeen  &  North  of  Scotland  Society  of  Chemists  &  Druggists 

(A.  Strachan,  sec),  21  Bridge  street 
Aberdeen  &  Northern  Friendly  Society  (James  Robertson,  sec. ; 

JameB  F.  M.  Massie,  treasurer),  213  George  street 
Aberdeen  &  Northern  Friendly    Societies'  Halls  (J.  F.  M'Phail 

Massie,  treasurer;   James  F.  M.  Massie,  manager),  213  &  217 

George  street 
Aberdeen  Operative  Boot  &  Shoe  Makers'  Trades  Union  (Alex. 

Nicol  Archibald,  sec),  5  Belgrave  terrace 
Aberdeen  Pharmaceutical  Association  (John  Cruickshank,  sec), 

42  George  street 
Aberdeen  Philharmonic  Society  (T.  A.  Coats,  eec),  17  Belmont  st 
Aberdeen   Philosophical    Society    (Jame&   Moir  LL.D.    sec),    62 

Hamilton  place  &  (W.  Milne  C.A.  treasurer)  147  Union  street 
Aberdeen   Photographic   Association    (The)    (Alexander    Pender, 

sec),  3?  Belmont  street 
Aberdeen     Physical    Training    College    (George    Cruden,    hon. 

sec),  22  Bridge  street  &  Crown  street 
Aberdeen    Preserving    Co.    Limited    (Alexander    Brockie,    eec), 

preserved  provision  manufacturers,    Russell  road;    T  N  127; 

TA"  Preserve  " 
Aberdeen  Property  Investment  Building  Society  (James  Milne, 

jun.  O.A.  manager),  9  Union  terrace 
Aberdeen  Public  Newsroom  (A.I.McConnochie,  sec),5  Hadden  st 
Aberdeen  Reformatory  &  Industrial  Schools  &  Houses  of  Refuge 

(John    P.     Cumine,    advocate    &    clerk;    Thomas    Thomson, 

treasurer),  183a,  Union  street 
Aberdeen  Royal  Infirmary  (Charles  Angus  M.B.,   CM.   medical 

superintendent),  Woolmanhil).   For  list  of  Medical  Officers  see  p.  15 
Aberdeen  Sabbath  School  Union  (William  Mathew  Brown,  sec), 

8  Holburn  road 
Aberdeen  Sailors'  Mutual  Benefit  Society  (George  Falconer,  sec), 

63  Union  street 
Aberdeen  Salmon  Co.   (Alex.  Duffus,  sec),  146  Union  street 
Aberdeen   School    Board    (Thomas   Hector,   clerk  &  treasurer) ; 

offices,  22  Union  terrace ;  T  N  229 
Aberdeen  Shipmasters'  Society  Hall  (James  Archibald,treasurer), 

22  Regent  quay 

Aberdeen    Shipowners*    Association    (Lachlan   Mackinnon,    sec), 

23  Market  street 

Aberdeen  Skating,  Curling  &  Yachting  Co.  Limited  (K.  M. 
Simpson,  sec),  245  Union  street 

Aberdeen  Steam  Laundry  Co.  Limited  (Andrew  Davidson,  sec), 
201  Union  street;  works,  Claremont  street;  T  N  1531 

Aberdeen  Steam  Navigation  Co.  (William  A.  Malcolm,  manager), 
87  Waterloo  quay;  T  N  7;  T  A    "  Navigation,  Aberdeen  " 

Aberdeen  Steam  Trawling  &  Fishing  Co.  Limited  (Brander  & 
Lippe,  sees.),  5  Market  street 

Aberdeen  Storage  Co.  Limited  (Walter  A.  Reid,  sec),  201  Union 
street  &  Regent  road ;  T  N.  41 ;  &  12  &  14  Commerce  street ; 
T  N  356 

Aberdeen  Swimming  Bath  Co.  Limited  (Mrs.  Agnes  Barber, 
manageress),  Constitution  street  &  (Williamson  Booth,  set.), 
173  Union  street 

Aberdeen  Temperance  Society  (Matthew  Edwards,  sec),  55  Bel- 
mont 6treet 

Aberdeen  Town  &  County  Association  for  Teaching  the  Blind 
at  their  Home3  (T.  Ferguson,  sec),  177  Union  street 

Aberdeen  Town  &  County  Ladies'  Club  (Miss  Smith,  sec), 
Palace  hotel 

Aberdeen  Town  &  County  Property  Co.  Limited  (Hugh  Mac- 
donald  S.S.C.  Bee  &  law  agent),  143  Union  street 

Aberdeen  &  Tyne  Boat  Building  Co.  Raith  road 

Aberdeen  University  Christian  Association  (L.  D.  Cruickshank, 
sec),  30  Thomson  street 

Aberdeen  United  Trades'  Council  (William  Johnston,  sec),  47  & 
49  Belmont  street 

Aberdeen  Weekly  Journal  (Wednesday)  (J.  A.  C.  Coutts,  mana- 
ger), 18,  20  &  22  Broad  Btreet.     See  advertisement 

Aberdeen  Window  Cleaning  Co.  (James  C.  Thompson,  manager), 
115  Union  Btreet 

Aberdeen  Wood  Fibre  Co.  (Adam  Smith,  manager),  Stell  road; 
T  N  995 

Aberdeenshire  Cricket  Club  (James  M.Pirie,  hon.  sec),Mannofield 

Aberdeenshire  Volunteer  Artillery  &  Rifle  Association  (George 
Cruden,  sec),  22  Bridge  street 

Aberdein  James,  grocers'  manager,  12  Elmbank  terrace 

Abernethy  James  &  Co.  ironfounders,  engineers,  millwrights, 
machine  makers,  blacksmiths  &  boiler  makers, Ferryhill  foundry 
&  iron  works;  T  N  113;  TA"  Abernethy,  Aberdeen  " 

Abernethy  Catherine  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  105  Gallowgate 

Abernethy  David  W.  engineer  (James  Abernethy  &  Co.),  Ferry- 
hill  cottage 

Abernethy  (Jas.  Abernethy  &  Co.), 15  Rubishvw  ter 
Acme  (The)  Bread  Co.  bakers,  95  Skene  street 
Adam  Alexander  &  Co.  slaters,  4  Hutcheon  st.&  59  Causeway  end 
Adam  &  Craigmile,  florists  &  market  gardeners,  Fernylea   Rnbis- 

law  &  greengrocers,  194  West  North  street 
Adam,  Thomson  &  Ross,  advocates  &  law  agents  for  the  Great 
North   of    Scotland   Railway    Co.,   Northern   Assurance   Co     & 

sees,  to  the  Aberdeen  Market  Co.  2  Union  terrace;  T  N  392- 
T  A  "Terrace,  Aberdeen" 
Adam  &  Co.  shipowners,  coal  merchants  &  shipbroken.  42  Regent 

quay ;  T  N   60  &  61 ;  T  A    "  Adam,  Aberdeen  " 
Adam  Steamship  Co.  Lim.  (Adam  &  Co.  mngrs.),  42  Regent  quay 
Adam  Alex,  land  surveyor  &  civil  engineer,  38  Gilcomston  park 
Adam  Alex,  station  master,  Hutcheon  street;  res.  31  Jamaica  st 
Adam  David,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  109  Gallowgate 
Adam  James,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  43  Schoolhill 
Adam  James,  inspector  County  Constabulary,  Aberdeen  division; 

res.  42  Rose  street 
Adam  Jane  (Miss),  shopkeeper,  10  Ashvale  place 
Adam  John,  sec  Setttnakers'  Union,  75  Clifton  road 
Adam  Margaret  (Miss),  confectioner  &  fruiterer,  24  Regent  quay 
Adam  Peter,  berlin  wool  &  fancv  repository,  473  Union  6treet 
Adam  Robert,  barkeeper,  6  Mount  street 
Adam  Thomas  J. P.  ship  owner  (Adam  &  Co.),  16  Albyn  place: 

T  N  1566  J     H        J 

Adam  William,  Stanley  hotel,  39  Regent  quay 
Adam    William    Davidson,    joint   agent,    Town   &    County    Bank 

Limited,  33  Regent  quay;  res.  118  Hamilton  place 
Adams  John  &  Son,  wholesale  stationers,  18  Adelpbi 
Adams  P.  &  C.  drapers,  70  Green  &  68  Bosemount  place 
Adams  Catherine  (Mrs.),  householder,  6  Beechgrove  place 
Adams  Chas.  Crombie,  draper  (P.  &  C.  Adams),  262  Broomhill  rd 
Adams  George,  master  mariner,  114  Desswood  place 
Adams  George,  news  agent,  60  Holburn  street 
Adams  James,  shipmaster,  15  Forbesfield  road 
Adams  James  G.  fish  curer,  Point  Law 
Adams  John,  grocer  &  tea  dealer,  64  Green;  res.  Hammerfield 

house,  349  Great  Western  road 
Adams  John,  printer,  bookseller  &  stationer,  1  St.  Nicholas  it. 

&  81  Windmill  brae;  res.  17  Braemar  place 
Adams  John,  bookseller  &  stationer,  127  Union  street 
Adams  Mary  (Miss),  apartments,  50  Upper  Kirkgate 
Adams  Mary  (Mrs.),  clothes  broker,  37  Frederick  street 
Adams  Nicholas  (Miss),  shopkeeper,  12  Blackfriars  street 
Adams  Peter  C.  draper  (P.  &  C.  Adams),  260  Broomhill  road 
Adams  Sophia  (Miss),   apartments,  172  Skene  street  west 
Adams  William,  boot  &  shoe  maker,  46  Albert  street 
Adams  William,  cartwright,  27  St.  Clair  street 
Adams  William,  manager,  262  Broomhill  road 
Adams  Wm. Duncan, bookseller  &C.23  Rose  St.; res.   9  Osborne  pi 
Adamson  Agnes  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  37  Huntly  street 
Adamson  John  A.  accountant  (Town  &  County  Bank  Limited), 

24  Ashley  road 
Addison  George,  fish  curer  &  barrel  manufacturer,  Point  law; 

res.  Victoria  road,  Torry 
Addison    Helen    (Miss),    matron   Home    for    Destitute    Females, 

684  King  street,  Old  Aberdeen 
Advocates'     Library    (Douglass    Duncan,     advocate,     librarian), 

Advocates'  hall,  10  Broad  street 
Agricultural    Research   Association    (T.    Jamieson,    director),    10 

Belmont  street 
Aiken  William  S.  &  Sons,  boot  makers,  11  Regent  quay 
Aiken  &  Co.  merchants  &  insurance  brokers,  55  Marischal  street; 

T  A   "  Aiken,  Aberdeen  " 
Aiken  Alexander,  boot  maker,  27  Broad  street;  res.  233  Union  gro 
Aiken  Arthur,  butcher,  11  Upperkirkgate ;  T  N  388;  &  285  Hol- 
burn street 
Aiken  James,  jun.  merchant  &  agent  for  Lloyd's  (Aiken  &  Co.), 

Beaconsfield  place 
Aiken  John,  cab  proprietor,  38  Gordon  street 
Aiken  John  L.  cabinet  maker  &  upholsterer,  91  Loch  street 
Aiken   Margaret   (Mrs.),    furniture   broker,    6   Carnegie's  brae, 

Aiken  Thomas,  billiard  rooms,  211  Union  street 
Aiken  William  R.  ship  &  insurance  broker,  53  Regent  quay 
Aitken  Alexander,  painter  (J.  Garvie  &  Sons),  37  Grosvenor  place 
Aitken  Alexander,  jun.  cashier  (Ellis  &  M'Hardy),  41  Thomson  st 
Aitken   Archibald,    spirit    dealer,    82   Holburn   street;    res,    236 

Union  grove 
Aitken  David,  commercial  traveller,  67  Stanley  street 
Aitken  George  M.  solicitor  (Wight  &  Aitken),  460  King  street 
Aitken  John,  fancy  repository  &  picture  frame  maker,  137  King  st 
Aitken  John  Lamont,  upholsterer,  91  Loch  street 
Aitken  William  Henry,  newsagent,  3  Mid  Stocket  road 
Alcock  Benjamin,  traveller,  36  Thomson  street 
Alexander  A.  &  Co.  grocers  &  spirit  dealers,  223  George  street 
Alexander  Brothers,  fish  dealers,  69  Thistle  street 
Alexander  Jas.  &  Son,  millers  &  grain  mers.  Nether  Justice  mills 
Alexander  John  &  Co.  cabinet  makers  &  upholsterers,  269 

Union  street;  T  N  i66 
Alexander  Alex,  fish  dealer  (Alexander  Bros.),  7  Margaret  street 
Alexander  George,  watch  maker,  58  Queen  street 
Alexander  Henry,  clerk,  133  Mid  Stocket  road 
Alexander  Hy.  editor  "  Aberdeen  Daily  Free  Press,"  43  Albyn  pi 
Alexander  Isabella  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  46  Bedford  road 
Alexander  James,  agent  for  Wordie  &  Co.  railway  carriers,    16 

Schoolhill;   res.  36  Belvidere  crescent 
Alexander  James,  cashier,  64  Stanley  street 
Alexander  James,  manager,  36  Belvidere  crescent 
Alexander  James,  wholesale  grocer  (Moir  Brothers),  30  Irvine  pi 
Alexander  James  Mitchell,  commercial  traveller,  30  Irvine  place 
Alexander  Jane  (Mrs.),  nurse,  85  Chapel  street 
Alexander  John,  butcher,- 44  Balmoral  place 
Alexander  John,  cabinet  maker   &  joiner,  82  Rose  street;   res. 

175  Union  grove 
Alexander  John,  chemist  &c  57  High  street  &  332  King  street, 

Old  Aberdeen 
Alexander  Peter,   joiner,  504  Great  Northern  road 


34       ABERDEEN. 



CM.   physician  &  surgeon,   13  North 

Alexander  Presslie  M.B 

Silver  street 
Alexander  William,  gardener,  Broomhill   road 
Alexander  William,  greengrocer,  182  Market  street 
Alexander   William    Cooper,    commercial   traveller,    Ashton   cot- 
tage, Fraser  road 
Alexander  William,  miller  (James  Alexander  &  Son),  392  Great 

Western  road 
Alexander  William  McDonald,  fish  dealer  (Alexander  Brothers), 

7  Margaret  street 
Allan  Brothers,  engineers,  102  West  North  street 
Allan,  Buckley  Allan  &  Milne,  advocates,  21  Bridge  street 
Allan  &  Dey,  fish  merchants,  Poynernook  read;  T  N  142;  T  A 

"  Dey,  Aberdeen  " 
Allan  Elizabeth  &  Mary  Ann  (Misses),  dress  makers,  13  Crown  st 
Allan    James  &  Sons,  cabinet   makers  &  uphol- 
sterers,   122    Union   street;    T    N    297;    cabinet 
manufactory,  4-2  Dee  street 
Allan  Agnes  (Miss),  dress  maker,  19  Little  Chape1,  street 
Allan  Alexander,  cabinet  maker  (J.  Allan  &  Sons),  West  Cults 

lodge,  Cults 
Allan  Alexander,  painter,  219  Gallowgate 
Allan  Alexander,  pilot,  8  Findlay's  buildings,  Pocra  quay 
Allan  Alexander,  shopkeeper,  25  Jack's  brae 
Allan  Ann  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  16  South  square 
Allan  Charles,  coach  proprietor,  65  John  street 
Allan  Christina  (Mrs.),  apartments,  12  Castle  street 
Allan  David,  cabinet  ma.  (Jas.  Allan  &  Sons),  West  Cults  lo.  Cults 
Allan  Edward,  dispenser,  Royal  infirmary,  Woolmanhill 
Allan  George  J. P.  advocate  &  notary  (Allan,  Buckley  Allan  &. 

Milne),  33  Albyn  place 
Allan  George,  assistant  inspector  of  poor,  20  Union  terrace;  res. 

19  Springbank  terrace 
Allan  George,  builder,  20  Sunnybank  place 
Allan  George,  commercial  traveller,  19  Great  Western  place 
Allan  Henry,   shipmaster,  49  Abergeldie  road 
Allan  Humphrey  Francis,   cashier  Aberdeen  Lime  Co. ;    res.  30 

Dee  street 
Allan  James,  fruiterer,  41  Eosemount  viaduct 
Allan    James    F.E.I. S.     master    Eosemount    Public    School,    13 

Braemar  place 
Allan  James,  refreshment  rooms,  54  Victoria  road,  Torry 
Allan  James,  schoolmaster,  13  Braemar  place 
Allan  James  R.  engineer   (Allan  Brothers),  448  King  street 
Allan  Jane  (Mrs.),  nurse,  15  Don  street,  Old  Aberdeen 
Allan  John,  shopkeeper,  10  William's  square 
Allan  John  A.  Ogg,  architect  &  master  of  -works  Aberdeen  school 

board;   res.  47  View  terrace 
Allan  John  Buckley,  advocate  (Allan,  Buckley  Allan  &  Milne), 

31  Gladstone  place 
Allan  Johnston,  boot  maker,  524  Great  Northern  road 
Allan  Margaret  (Mrs.),  butcher  (Arthur  &  Allan),  17  Hanover  st 
Allan  Margaret  (Miss),  refreshment  rooms,  1  Clarence  street 
Allan  Richard,  engineer   (Allan  Brothers),  448  King  street 
Allan  Richard   Crossley  C.A.    accountant,   21   Bridge    st. ;    res. 

33  Albyn  place 
Allan  William,  fish  merchant  (Allan  &  Dey),  156  Bon-Accord  st 
Allan  William,  grocer,  386  &,  285  George  street;  166  &  177  Gallow- 
gate;   17  Justice  street;  1  Holburn  road;  34a,  Rosemount  pi.; 
73  Catherine  street  &  137  Crown  street 
Allan  William,  hair  dresser,  13a,  Correction  wynd 
Allan  William,  6mallware  dealer,  72  Schoolhill  ' 
Allan  William,  teacher  of  shorthand,  42  Summerfield  terrace 
Allan  William  S.  fishmonger,  39a,  St.  Swithin  street 
Allardyce  George  Adams,  accountant,  10  Belmont  street 
Allathan  Elizabeth  (Mrs.),   shopkeeper,  229  Holburn  street 
Allenvale  Cemetery  (James  Williams,   supt),  Whinhill  road 
Alsop  Spence,  butcher,  43  &  44  Market  hall ;  T  N  964 
Amalgamated  Musicians'  Union  (David  Thomas,  sec.),81  Union  st 
Amalgamated   Society  of  Carpenters  &  Joiners  (No.   1  branch) 
(George  Mackie,  sec),  60  Esslemont  avenue;   (No.  2  branch) 
(Adam    Edwards,    sec.)    16    Jamaica   street   &    (East   branch) 
(William  Law,  sec),  Burnside  cottage,  Ruthrie6ton 
Amalgamated  Society  of  Comb  Makers  (George  Smith,  sec.)    19a 

Canal  street 
Amalgamated    (The)    Society    of    Engineers,    Machinists,    Mill- 
wrights,  Smiths  &  Pattern  Makers   (No.  1  branch)  (William 
Jaffray,  sec),  58  Powis  place 
Amalgamated    Society    of  Tailors    (William    Paterson,    sec.),    6 

Drum's  lane 
Ambrose  George,  commercial  traveller,  70  Rosemount  place 
Anderson  Brothers,  granite  workers,  35  Sinclair  road    Torry 
Anderson  J.  &  J.  S.  cabinet  makers,  22  Loch  street 
Anderson  J.  &  W.  fruiterers,  13  Park  street  &  Lower  Cornhill 
Anderson  &  Thomson,  warehousemen  &  woollen  cloth  merchants 

103  Union  street;  T  N  128;  TA"  Woollens,  Aberdeen  " 
Anderson  William  &  Son,  umbrella  makers,  47  Upperkirkgate 
Anderson  Free  Library  (Mrs.  Rose  Booth,  librarian),  336  Clifton 

road,  Woodside 
Anderson  Alexander,  builder  (Fordyce  &  Co.),  41  Desswood  place 
Anderson  Alexander,  stone  mason,  24  Mid  Stocket  road 
Anderson  Alexander,  teacher,  208  Westburn  road 
Anderson  Alexander  Roy,  confectioner,  500  Great  Northern  road 
Anderson  Andrew,   dairyman,   581   George  street:    114   Gerrard 

street  &  68  Great  Northern  road 
Anderson  Andrew,   market  gardener,   fruiterer  &  greengrocer 
North  Rubislaw  &  Market  hall  «uBrocer, 

Anderson  Ann  (Mrs.),  apartments,  16  Bridge  street 
Anderson  Ann  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  10  Rosebank  place 
Anderson  Annie  (Mrs.),  costumier,  457  Union  street 
Anderson  Christina  (Miss),  hosier,  273  Holburn  street 
Anderson  Christina  N.  (Mrs.),  eating  house,  16  West  North  street 
Anderson  David,  assistant  supt.  Post  Office,  99  Desswood  place 
Anderson  David,  cashier  (Geo.  Thompson  &  Co.),  19  Ferryhill  d1 
Anderson  David,  chemist,  31  Fountainhall  road 
Anderson  David,  commercial  traveller,  18  Grosvenor  place 
Anderson  David,  glass  &  china  dealer,  39  George  street:  res    13 

Llmbank  terrace 
Anderson  David,  grocer,  60  Justice  street 

Anderson  Elizabeth  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  151  Skene  street 
Anderson  Elsie  (Mrs.),  registry  office,  28  Dee  street 
Anderson  Emily  (Miss),  dress  maker,  89  Chapel  street 
Anderson  George,  boot  maker,  74  Summer  street 
Anderson  George,  branch  agent  Town  &  County  Bank  Limiteu. 

182  Market  street;  res.  15  Powis  terrace 
Anderson  George,  jun.  engraver,  23  &  24  Market  gallery;  res. 

417  George  street 
Anderson  Helen  (Mrs.),  nurse,  24  Esslemont  avenue 
Anderson  Isabella  (Mrs.),  confectioner  &  baker,  6  Commerce  st 
Anderson  Isabella  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  26  Miller  street 
Anderson  Isabella  (Mrs.),  watch  maker  &  jeweller,  24  Schoolhill 
Anderson  James,  boot  maker,  103  Wellington  road 
Anderson  James,  butcher,  282  Eosemount  place 
Anderson  James,  fruiterer,  140  Gallowgate 
Anderson  James,  furniture  dealer,  10  Wales  street  &  heel  &  toe 

plate  maker,  30  Mealmarket  street 
Anderson  James,    gardener,  Denhead   of  Eubislaw   &  fruiterer, 

24  &  140  Gallowgate 
Anderson  James,  granite  merchant  (Anderson  Brothers),  Lower 

Middlefield  house,  Woodside 
Anderson  James,  tobacconist  &  hair  dresser,  392  George  street 
Anderson  James  Kay,  shopkeeper,  201  Hardgate 
Anderson  Jas.  S. cabinet  ma, (J.  &  J.  S.  Anderson), 42  Maberley  st 
Anderson  Jane  (Mrs.),  clothes  dealer,  4  Littlejohn  street 
Anderson  Jane  (Mrs.),  dairy,  30  Ship  row 

Anderson  Jessie  (Miss),  schoolmistress,  87  Bon  Accord  street 
Anderson  Jessie   (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  43  St.  Andrew  street 
Anderson  John,  dairyman,  167  West  North  street 
Anderson  Jngreengrocer,  27a,  St.  Andrew  st.  &  2  Claremount  pi 
Anderson  John,  market  gardener,  Well  brae,  Mannofield 
Anderson  John,  tobacconist,   44  Skene  square 
Anderson  John  Cunningham,   school  teacher,  75  Desswood  place 
Anderson   John   D.,    M.A.    master   Ferryhill   Public    School,    25 

Gladstone  place 
Anderson  John  F.  plumber,  Bridge  street;  res.  113  Crown  street 
Anderson    John   P.    butcher,    26£   Gallowgate;    res.    May   Bank 

cottage,  Hutcheon  street  west 
Anderson  John  Poison,  jun.  butcher,  9  Ashvale  place 
Anderson  Joseph  Gibb,  commercial  traveller,  87  Elmfiqld  terrace 
Anderson  Lewis,  inspector  for  lighting  department,  146  King  st 
Anderson  Maggie  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  26  Portland  Btreet 
Anderson  Marjory  (Mrs.),  fishmonger,  451   Great  Northern  road 
Anderson  Mary  (Mrs.),  fruiterer,  189  West  North  street 
Anderson  Peter  John  M.A.,  LL.B.  librarian  University  of  Aber- 
deen ;  res.  2  East  Craibstone  street 
Anderson  Robert,  post  office  clerk,  43  Thomson  street 
Anderson  Robert,  proprietor  Exchange  billiard  saloon,  6  Exchange 

street;  res.  18  Ferryhill  terrace 
Anderson  Robert,  sub-editor  of  "  Aberdeen  Daily  Free  Press,"  12 

Belvidere  street 
Anderson  Robert  J.  cattle  salesman  (Reith  &  Anderson),  Cottown 

lodge,  Clifton  road 
Anderson  Roderick,  foreman,  27  Stanley  street 
Anderson  Thomas,  cabinet  maker  &  upholsterer,  403  Union  st 
Anderson  Thomas,  manager,  34  St  Swithin  street 
Anderson  William,  foreman  slater  G.  N.  of  Scotland  Railwav,  37 

Bon  Accord  street 
Anderson  Wm.  fruiterer  (J.  &  W.  Anderson),  68  Mile  End  aven 
Anderson  William,  grocer,  25  Spa  street 
Anderson  William,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  124  Union  grove 
Anderson  William,  hair  dresser,  125  Holburn  street 
Anderson  William,  ealmon  &  ice  store,  62  Market  basement 
Anderson  William  J.P,   sec.  Town  &  County  Bank  Limited,   62 

Union  street;  res.  41  Albyn  place 
Anderson  Wm.  spirit  dlr.  45  EastNorth  st.;   res.  44  Victoria  st 
Anderson  William,  spirit  dealer  &  restaurant,  213  Union  Btreet 
Anderson.  Wm.  teamer.  (Brebner  &  Grant),  75  Fountainhall  road 
Anderson  William  Blair,  photographer,   26  Union  terrace;   res. 

13  Gladstone  place 
Andrew  Barbara  (Mrs.),  clothes  broker,  25  Spring  garden 
Andrew  Francis,  auctioneer  &  furniture  dealer,  47  Broad  street 
Andrew  William,  grocer,  43  York  street 
Andrews  Elizabeth  (Miss),  householder,  59  Victoria  street 
Anglo-Indian  Evangelisation   Society   (Rev.  J.   Robertson  M.A., 

D.D.  6ec.),  8  Marine  terrace 
Angus  George,  &  Co.  grocers,  14  &  16  Bank  street,  Ferryhill; 

T  N  77  . 

Angus  Chas.  M.B.,  C.M.  medical  superintendent  Eoyal  Infirmarv, 

Woolmanhill ;  res.  74  Hamilton  place 
Angus  Elsie  (Mr3.),  nurse,  65  Chapel  street 
Angus  George,  wholesale  fish  merchant,  40  Palmerston  road 
Angus  Helen  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  57  Hutcheon  Btreet 
Angus  James,  boot  maker,  343  George  street;  res.  92  Leslie  ter 
Angus  Jas.  jun.  boot  ma.  41  to  45  Skene  sq. ;   res.  93  Leslie  ter 
Angus  Samuel,  fruiterer,  41  Union  ter.;   res.  Bonnymuir  place 
Angus  William,  clothier  (Johnston  &  Laird),  7  Burns  road 
Annand  Elizabeth  (Mrs.),  clothes  dealer,  17  Lodge  walk 
Annand  Joseph,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  79  Schoolhill;   res.  339 

Holburn  street 
Archibald  Alexander,  commercial  traveller,  91  Ashley  road 
Archibald    James,    treasurer    Shipmasters'    Society,    22    Regent 

quay;  res.  Kinneil,  Mannofield 
Archibald  John,  manager,   127  Union  grove 
Archibald  Robert,  boot  maker,  99  Bridge  street 
Archibald  Robert,  jun.  boot  maker,  183  King  street 
Armstrong  Jane  (Miss),  matron  the  Hospital,  King's  gate 
Army  Scripture  Readers'  Society  (Rev.  J.  A.  McClymont,  supt.") 

5  Queen's  gardens 
Arnott  George,  carting  contractor,  63  Loch  street 
Arthur  &  Allan,  butchers,  92  Victoria  road,  Torry 
Arthur  J.  &  A.  house  carpenters,  la,  Canal  road 
Arthur  John,  blacksmith,  683  King  street.  Old  Aberdeen 
Arthur  John  Hay,  solicitor,,  433  Great  Western  road 
Arthur  Margaret  (Mrs.),  butcher,  59  Justice  street 
Arthur  Thomas,  shopkeeper.  South  esp'.anade  east,  Torry 
Asher  James  &  Son,  wholesale  grocers,  108  Green ;  T  N  164 
Asher  Jaa.  wholesale  grocer  (James  Asher  &  Son),  11  Marine  ter 
Asher  Robert  Smith,  commission  agent,  9  Belmont  6treet-   re* 
401  Great  Western  road  ' 





Associated    Shipwrights'     Society     (Alexander    Bisset,     sec.)i    1 

Commerce  street 
Asylum  for  the  Blind  (David  M.  M.  Milligan,  clerk  &  treasurer), 

60  Huntly  street 

Auchinachie  Maggie  (Miss),  bookseller,  44a,  Chapel  street 
Auer  August,  watch  ma.  61  Upperkirkgate;  res.  127  Blenheim  pi 
Auld  John,  tobacconist,  4  Exchange  street 
Austin  Margaret  (Mrs.),  provision  dealer,  19  Spring  garden 
Avery  John  &  Co.  Limited,  printers,  lithographers,  stationers  & 

publisher©  of  the    "Northern   Advertiser,"    105   King   street; 

T  N  111;  T  A  "  Averys,  Aberdeen  " 
Azzali  (L.)  &  Giullianotti,  refreshment  rooms,  68  Broad  street; 

61  Castie  street ;  14  &  16  Causewayend ;  107  &  387  George  st. ; 
105  Holburn  street  &  3  Justice  street 

Bacon  Mary  (Mrs.),  news  agent,  111  Skene  street 
Badenoch  Alex.  &  Son,  tailors  &  drapers,  61  &  63  St.  Nicholas  st 
Badenoch  James,  boot  maker,  34  St.  Clement  street 
Badenoch  Maggie  Jaoe  (Miss),  artist,  19  Justice  Mill  lane 
Badenoch  Pete:,  tailor  (A.  Badenoch  &  Son),  57  Loanhead  ter 
Bagot  H.  Wilson  &  Co.  electrical  engineers,  34  Bridge  street 
Bain  Alexander,  appraiser  &  valuer,  66  Spring  garden 
Bain  Alexander,  draper  (Beid  &  Bain),  15  Osborne  place 
Bain  Alexander,  jeweller,  63b,  Loch  street 

Bain  Alexander  M.A.,  LL.D.  Emeritus  professor  of  logic,  Ferry- 
hill  lodge,  Polmuir  road 
Bain  Annie  (Mrs.),  grocer,  19  Rosemount  p'.ace 
Bain  Ebenezer,  sub-editor,  18  Craigie  street 
Bain  George,  cabinet  maker,  2  Bose  street 
Bain    George,   slater,    27   Hutcheon    street  &    School   road,    Old 

Aberdeen;  res.  20  Catherine  street 
Bain  Margaret  CMiss),  pawnbroker,  5  Drum's  lane 
Bain  Richard  W.  K.,  M.A.  advocate  (Youngson  &  Bain),  &  sec. 
&   treasurer   to   the   Royal    Scottish    Geographical    Society,    72 
Hamilton  place 
Bain  Robert,  boot  maker,  660  Great  Northern  road 
Bain  Robert,  french  polisher,  20  Union  wynd 
Bain  William,  cab  proprietor  &  funeral  undertaker,  60  Loch  at. 

&  18  Mealmarket  street ;  res.  83  Crown  street 
Bain  William,  cycle  &  sewing  machine  factor,  9  Bridge  street  & 

64  Belmont  street 
Baird  David,  ship  master,  45  Elmfield  avenue 
Baker  Charles,  manager,  122  Leslie  terrace 
Balfour  James,  boot  maker,  179  Gallowgate 
Ballard  Frederick,  trawling  master,  Don  street,  Woodslde 
Bank  of  New  Zealand   (Strachan   &   Spence,    deposit  agents), 

177  Union  street 
Bank  of  Scotland  (branch)  (Robert  Lunan,  agt.),  40  Union  st 
Banks  David,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  1  &  3  Baltic  street 
Bannerman  John,  draper,  93  &  95  George  street;  res.  Roadside 

cottage,  Banchory-Devenick 
Bannerman  Margaret  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  58  Leadslde  road 
Bannerman    Mary  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  48  Shiprow 
Bannerman  William,  chimney  sweeper,  23  Stevenson  street 
Bannochie  James  &  Sons,  plasterers,  tile  setters  &  marble  mer- 
chants, 19  Belmont  street ;  T  N  429  ;  works,  Gilcomston  park 
Bannochie  Alexander,  butcher,  34  East  North  street 
Bannochie  James,   tile  setter  &c.   (James  Bannochie  &  Sons). 

Ernan  lodge,  King's  gate 
Bannochie  William  G.  tile  setter  &c.  (James  Bannochie  &  Sons), 

17  Albert  terrace 
Barber  Agnes  (Mrs.),  manageress  of  swimming  baths,  Constitu- 
tion street 
Barclay  Alexander,  agent  North  British  Railway  goods   station, 

43  Guild  street;   res.  132  Broomhill  road 
Barclay  Alexander,  potato  merchant,  J.0  College  street 
Barclay  George  W.  W.,  J. P.  local  manager  North  British  &  Mer- 
cantile Insurance  Co.  (in  which  is  merged  the  Scottish  Provin- 
cial Assurance  Co.),  91  Union  street;    T  N  344;  res.  Baeden 
house;  T  N  1682 
Barclay  Jane  (Mrs.),  nurse,  23  Hartington  road 
Barclay  John,  wine  &  spirit  merchant,  97  Bon  Accord  street; 

res.  51  Osborne  place 
Barclay  John  B.  advocate,  7  Crown  et. ;  res.  3  Rosemonnt  ter 
Barclay   Morlson,    agricultural   implement   &   commission  mer- 
chant &c.  Russell  road ;  res.  60  Dee  street 
Barend  Minnie  (Mrs.),  apartments,  51  Marischal  street 
Barnet  James,   engineer,   surveyor  to  the  Board  of  Trade,  49 

Regent  quay ;  res.  Desswood  place 
Barnet  Mary  (Mrs.),  milliner,  16  Charlotte  street 
Barnett  Brothers,  grocers,  1  Rosemount  place 
Barnett  Alexander,  grocer  (Barnett  Brothers),  45  Park  street 
Barnett  Andrew  D.  inspector  of  r°°r  &  registrar  of  births  & 

deaths,  Baxter  6treet,  Torry 
Barnett  Barbara  (Miss),  shopkeeper,  5  Rosemount  place 
Barnett  Christian  (Miss),  postmistress,  Baxter  street,  Torry 
Barnett  Elspitt  (Mrs.),  restaurant  keeper,  27  Shiprow 
Barnett  Isaac,  picture  frame  maker,  44  East  North  street 
Barnett  James  Cordiner,  schoolmaster,  31  Belvidere  street 
Barnett  Patrick  M.,  O.E,  resident  engineer  (Great  North  of  Scot- 
land Railway,  80  Guild  street);  res.  Berryden  house 
Barnett  William,  confectioner,  145  King  street 
Barron  &  Son,  painters  &c.  16  &  18  Loch  street;  T  N  567 
Barron  Barbara  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  269  Hnlburn.  street 
Barron  Charles  Nidray,  cashier,  53  Mile  End  avenue 
Barron  Christina  (Mrs.),  dairy,  41  Miller  street 
Barron  George,  boot  maker,  57  We6t  North  street 
Barron   James    M.I.C.E.   civil   engineer,    1   Bon   Accord  street; 

res.  46  Carden  place 
Barron  John,  dairyman,  8  Adam  street 
Barron  Margaret  (Miss),  milliner,  105  Union  grove 
Barron  Margaret  (Mrs.),  refreshment  rooms,  74  Urquhart  road 
Barron  Peter,  baker,  341  George  street 
Barron  Robert,  ironmonger,  16  George  street 
Barron  Thomas,  spirit  dealer,  17  Castle  street 
Barron  William,  blacksmith,  22  Forbes  street ;  res.  1  Donald  pi 
Barron  William  Knight,  manufacturers'  agent,  15  Adelphi 

Barry,  Henry  &  Co.  Limited,  engineers,  iron 
founders  &  millwrights,  122.)  West  North  street; 
T  N  333 

Barter  Frank,   shipwright  surveyor,   Board  of  Trade,  49  Regent 

quay;   res.  Beaconsfield  p'.ace 
Bartz  Hans,  hair  dresser  &  perfumer,  249  Union  street 
Bass,    Batcliff   &    Gretton   Limited    (Burton-on-Trent)    (William 

Dumolo,  manager),  brewers,  20  Bridge  street;  T  N  485 
Battisby  Alexander  Mime,  cutter,  41  Gray  street 
Baxter  Alexander,  plasterer  &c.  (Roger  &  Baxter),  17  Stanley  st 
Baxter  Catherine  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  36  South  Constitution  st 
Baxter  Charles,  painter,  457  Great  Northern  road 
Baxter  David,  pilot,  2  South  square 
Baxter  Isabella  (Miss),  shopkeeper,  93  High  6treet 
Baxter  Robert,   draper,  53  Park  street 

Beagrie  Elizabeth  (Mrs.),   shopkeeper,   450  Great  Northern  road 
Bean  William,  commercial  traveller,  28  Cnirnfield  place 
Bearsley  Elizabeth  C.   (Miss\  fancy  repository.  12  &  14  Crown  st 
Beaton  Alexander,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,   12  Powis  place;   res. 

112  Leslie  terrace 
Beaton  Geo.  grocer  &  spirit  dlr.  56  King  st.  ;res.  125  Blenheim  pi 
Beaton  James,  jobbing  gardener,  29  Erskine  street 
Beaton  James,  tailor,  46  Queen  street 
Beaton  Peter,  confectioner,  60  East  North  street 
Beaton  Thomas,   dairyman,  42  Balmoral  place 
Beaton  Thomas,  dairyman,  23  Rosemount  place 
Beaton  William,  chimney  sweeper,  42  Jasmine  terrace 
Beattie  &  Beaton,  granite  workers,  St.  Peter  street 
Beattie   &  Macdonald  C.E.   surveyors*,  architects,  valuators,  land 

&  house  agents,  21  Bridge  street;  T  A  "  Property,  Aberdeen;" 

T  N  1099 
Beattie  Agnes  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  34  Baker  street 
Beattie  Alexander,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  26  Great  Western  pi 
Beattie  Alexander,  house  agent,  40  Belmont  street 
Beattie  Alex,  spirit  dlr.   63  Netherkirkgate;   res.  69  Holburn  st 
Beattie  George,  boot  &  shoe  maker,  319  King  street 
Beattie  James,  dairyman,  2  Rosemount  place 
Beattie  James,  granite  worker  (Beattie  &  Beaton).  18  St.  Peter  st 
Beattie  James  Alexander  C.E.,  H.  M.  inspector  for  the  Board  of 

Agriculture,  21  Bridge  street  (&  of  Beattie  &  Macdonald  O.E.); 

res.  Dalbeattie,  Murtle 
Beattie  John,  grocer,  2  Kintore  place 
Beattie   Margaret   (Mrs.),    refreshment   rooms,    South   esplanade 

east,  Torry 
Beattie  Robert,  builder,  Holland  street ;  res.  4  FraBer  street 
Beattie  William,  grocer,  125  Causewayend 
Beattie  William,  joiner,  80  High  street,'  Old  Aberdeen 
Beaumont  Alfred,  ironmonger,  94  King  street 
Beecher  Hercules  Forbes,  tobacconist  &  stationer,  9  &  11  Rose 

street ;  res.  20  Esslemont  avenue 
Beedie  William  A,  dispenser  Aberdeen  Dispensary,    Guest  row, 

Barnetts  close ;   res.  32  Holburn  road 
Begg  Elizabeth  (Mrs.),  dairy,  8  Constitution  street 
Begg  George,  photographer,  371  George  street 
Begg  James  Mitchell,  butcher,  62  Esslemont  avenue 
Begg  John,  distiller,  18  Regent  quay;   T  N  681;   &  Lochnagar 

Royal  distillery,  Balmoral 
Begg  Peter,  boot  maker,  58  Virginia  street 
Begg  William,  blacksmith,  Bon-Accord  lane 
Begg  William,  seedsman  (W.   Smith  &  Son) ;  res.  Burnside  nur- 
sery, Westburn  road 
Begrie  Alexander,  marine  store  dealer,  4  West  North  street 
Begrle  Mary  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  111  West  North  street 
Bell  Clifford  Thistleton  M.B.  physician  &  surgeon,  4  Albert  street 
Bell   David,    fishing  tackle  maker   (Brown   William   &  Co.),    64 

George  street 
Bell  Ellen  (MIsb),  dress  maker,  93  Chapel  street 
Bell  James,  blacksmith,  Hazlehead,  Rubislaw 
Bell  James  M.B.,  CM.  physician,  23  Forest  avenue 
Bell  Jamee*  Alexander,  city  electrical  engineer,  22  Cotton  street; 

res.   12  Beechgrove  terrace 
Bell  Richard  Penman,  painter,  41  Dee  street 
Bell  William,  butcher,  691  Great  Northern  road 
Bell  William,  cabinet  maker,  282  George  street 
Bell  William  Edmund,  solicitor  (Cowie  &  Bell),  6  Albyn  terrace 
Belmont   Laundry   Co.    Limited    (J.    Stewart    Watt,    sec. ;    John 

George,  manager),  steam  laundry,  Chestnut  row;  T  N,  K  17; 

office,  26  King  street 
Belton  William  John,  traveller,  150  Mid  Stocket  road 
Bendelow  John,  hair  dresser,  36a,  Rosemount  place 
Benfield  Sergt.-Inst.  Robert,   1st  Aberdeenshire  Royal  Engineers 

(Tolunteers),  50  Hardgate;   res.  271  Union  grove 
Bennet  Lawrence,  hay  &  straw  merchant,  60  Gerrard  street 
Bennett  John,  waterproof  mnker.  99  King  street 
Bennett  John  Carmichael  B.L.  advocate  &  notary  public  (Murray, 

M'Combie  &  Bennett),  6  Queen's  terrace 
Benson  Richard,  temperance  hotel,  54  Union  street 
Benson  Thomas,  printer,  29  Grosvenor  place 
Benson  William  Henry,  goods  agent  Caledonian  Railway,  Guild 

street;  res.  544J  Ho'lburn  street 
Benton  James,  boot  &  shoe  maker,  87  Park  street 
Benzie  Alexander,  janitor,  55  Charlotte  street 
Benzie  Isaac,  ladies'  outfitter  19,  &  draper  185,  George  street: 

175  Rosemount  place;  48  Justice  street  &  27  &  29  Gallowgate; 

res.  Clifton  road 
Benzie  Mary(Miss),draper,&  servants'  registry  olfice,572  George  st 
Benzies  Ann  (Mrs.),  dress  maker,  77  Union  grove 
Benzies  James,  carting  contractor,  Clayhills 
Berneaud  &  Co.  herring  merchants  &  commission  agents,  63  Mari- 
schal Btreet;  TA"  Berneaud,  Aberdeen  " 
Berry  &  Mackay,  opticians,  65  Marischal  street 
Berry  Andrew  Walls,  chemist,   361  Ho'.burn  street 
Berry  George,  traveller,  85  Ashley  road 
Berry  Patrick,  confectioner,  25  Carmelite  street 
Berry  Peter,  blacksmith  &  cartwright,  Povnernook  road 
Berry  William  M.  tailor,  6  Mpnzies  road,  Torrv 
Bertram  George  Donald  CoghiU,  district  manager  Citv  of  Glasgow 

Friendly  Societv,  153  Hnrdgnte 



3o       ABERDEEN. 



Beveridge  Alexander  Thomas  Gordon  H.A.,  M.B.,  CM.  physician 

&  surgeon,  82  Crown  street;  surgery i  61  East  North  street 
Beveridge  Peter,  linen  manufacturer,  39  &  41  St.  Nicholas  street 

6  399~Union  street;  T  N  381;  res.  19  Polmuir  road 
Beveridge  Rt.  wincey  manufactr.  (D.Mackie  &  Co.), 19  Polmuir  rd 
Beveridge  William,  boot  maker,  436  Great  Northern  road 
Beveridge  Wiiiam,  inspector  of  explosives,  81  Mile  End  avenue 
Bevt-rldge  William,  tobacco  pipe  maker,  30  Cotton  street;   T  N 

468 ;  res.  87  Constitution  street 
Beverley  George,  shopkeeper,  36  Jasmine  terrace 
Beverley  William,  blacksmith,  13  Upper  Denburn 
Birnie  Ellen  (Mrs.)  shopkeeper,  715  Great  Northern  road 
Birnie  George  M.  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  50  Summer-field  terrace 
Biruie  James,  jobbing  gardener,  Great  Northern  road 
Birnie  Jane  (Miss),  dress  maker,  274  Union  grove 
Birnie  Jenny  (Miss),  milliner,  7  West  North  street 
Birnie  Magdalen  fMrs.),  baker,  63  Broad  street 
Birnie  Mary  Ann  (Mrs.),  confectioner,  445  George  street 
Birss  Alexander  M.  commission  agent,  15  Adelphi 
Birss  Charles  F.  fishmonger,  112  Rosemount  place 
Bishop  W.  C.  billiard  rooms,  &  tobacconist,  504  Union  street 
Bisset  John  &  William,  wholesale  grocerB,  Bridge  place;  T  N 

254;  T  A  "  Bisset,  Aberdeen  " 
Bisset    John     &    Co*    wholesale    wine    &    scotch 
whisky    merchants,    blenders    &    dealers,    ex- 
porters   &    bottlers ;     sole    agency     Tennent's 
lager   beers,   37   Queen   street;    T   N   247;    T    A 
"  Scotch  " 
Bisset  &  Norrie,  tailors  &  outfitters,  15  Queen  etreet 
Bisset  Peter  &  Son,  builders,  contractors  &  cement  merchants, 

7  Willowdale  place ;  T  N  303 

Bisset  &  Wylie,  wood  turners,  St.  Peter  street 
Bisset  Sc  Co.  engineers,  19  Willowdale  place 

Bisset  Alexander,  sec.  Associated  Shipwrights'   Society,  1  Com- 
merce street 
Bisset  George,  clothier  &  hatter,  5  &  15  Union  buildings,  Union 

street;   res.  12  Esslemont  avenue 
Bisset  George,  ship  &  general  smith,  12  Sugarhouse  lane;  res. 

14  Boslin  terrace 
Bisset  James,  clerk,  54  St.  Swithin  street 
Bisset  James,  engineer  (Bisset  &  Co.),  14  Sunnyside  road 
Bisset  James  G.  bookseller  &  stationer,  85  Broad  street;  res.  23 

Victoria  street 
Bisset  Joseph,  clothier,  70  Broad  street ;  res.  23  Elmfield  avenue 
Bisset  Margaret  (Miss),  dress  maker  (Dunkin  &  Bisset),  26  St. 

Andrew  etreet 
Bisset  Peter  B.  contractor  (Peter  Bisset  &  Son),  Burnside  house, 

Westburn  road 
Bissot  Thomas,  tailor  (Bisset  &  Norrie),  30  Great  Western  road 
Bisset  William,  cashier,  12  Brunswick  place 
Biss3t  William,  grocer  (J.  &  W.  Bisset),  38  Albyn  place 
Bisset  William,  grocer,  81  Rosemount  viaduct 
Bisset  William,  joiner,  South  esplanade  west,  Torry 
Bittiner  C.  &  Sons,  boot  &  shoe  dealers,  3  Trinity  quay 
Black  Brothers,  dairymen,  1  Leadside  road 
Black  &  Burnett,  baby  linen  dealers,  180  George  street 
Black  &  Ferguson,  wine  &  spirit  merchants,  23 

Adelphi  ;  T  N  9*;  T  A  "Banhf,  Aberdeen" 
Biack  James  &  Co.  6tock  &  share  brokers  &  insurance  agents, 

24  Adelphi;  T  N  180;  TA"  Black,  Aberdeen  " 
Black  William  &  Co.   brewers,  distillers  &  maltsters,  Devanha 

brewery  &  distillery ;  T  N  268 
Black  Alexander,  joiner,  80  Walker  road,  Torry 
Black  Alexander  Fyfe,  clerk,  11  Cairnfield  place 
Black  Alexander  Sangster,  draper,  397  Great  Northern  road 
Black  Amelia  (Miss),  baby  linen  dealer  (Black  &  Burnett),  13 

Bichmond  terrace 
Black  Helen  (Mrs.),  apartments,  4  Rosebank  terrace 
Black  James,   dairyman,  357  Hardgate 
Black  James,  hair  dresser,  23  Upper  Kirkgate 
Black  James,  hair  dresser,  24  Victoria  road,  Torry 
Black  John,  chemist,  295  Rosemount  place 
Black  John,  hair  dresser,  70  West  (North  street 
Black  John,  manager,  9  Chattan  place 
Black  John,  tea  merchant,  29  Carmelite  street ;  res.  93  Fonntain- 

hftll  road 
B'.ack  Margaret  (Mrs.),   shopkeeper,  114  Hardgate 
Black  Richard  Edward,  accountant  &  stock  broker,  63  Union  st 
Black  William,  dairyman  (Black  Brothers),   357  Leadside  road 
Black  William  G.  B.  baker,  46  Victoria  road,  Torry 
Blackhall  William,   tailor,  59  Queen  street 
Blacklaus  William,  maaager  Forbes,  Maxwell  &  Co.  Limited,  47 

Braemar  place 
Blacklaw  Alexander  M.A.  solicitor,  12  King  street;  T  K  637; 

res.  153  Crown  street 
Blacklaw  Robert,  news  agent  &  tobacconist,  2  frilcomston  steps 
Qlaikie  John   &  Sons,   bell   &  brass  founders  & 

lamp  &  gas  meter   manufacturers,  Littlejohn 

street  ;TN56:&  218  Union  street ;  T  N  65 
Blair  James,  boot  maker,  490  Great  Northern  road 
Blair  James,  printer,  15  St.  Nicholas  st. ;  res.  1  Windsor  place 
Blair  Jane  (Mrs.),  midwife,   10£  William's  square 
Blake  James,  butcher,  65  Rosemount  place 
Blake  James,  clerk  of  works,  263  Rosemount  place 
3lake  Wm.  funeral  furnisher,  43  Woolmanhill  ;res.  2  Black's  bldga 
Blann  Thomas  John,  granite  worker,  Merkland  road  east;   res. 

408  King  street 
Blenheim  Martha  (Mrs.),  ship  chandler,  77  Waterloo  quay 
Bloomfield  John,  herbalist,  60  Broad  street 
Board   of  Trade   Offices   (Lieut.  Irvin  Hay  ward  R.N.R.   supt.) ; 

offices,  49  Regent  quay 
Boddie  William  J.P.  granite  worker,  37  St.  Clair  street  &  255  & 

294  King  street;  branch  works,  Huntly;  T  A  "  Boddie,  Aber- 
deen;" res.  3  Roslin  terrace 
Bodie  Charles  A.  property  agent  &  resident  sec.  Colonial  Mutual 

Life  Assurance  Society  Limited,   &  district  manager  Scottish 

Plate   G-lass   Insurance   Company  Limited,    34   Bridge   street; 

T  N  192 ;  res.  62  Desswood  place 
Bolton  Janet  (Mrs.),  midwife,  478  George  street 

Bon-Accord  Acetylene   Gas   Co.    &  Electric  Lighting   Engineers 
(James  Abel,  manager),   88  College  street;    T  N  1085;    T  A 
"  Acetylene  " 
Bon-Accord  Golf  Club  (George  Forsyth,  sec),  The  Links 
Bon- Accord  Ice   &  Cold   Storage   Co.  Limited   (K.   M.   Simpson, 

sec),  245  Union  street;   works,  Poynernook  road 
Bon-Accord   Newspaper    (weekly)    (William    Smith,    proprietor), 

18  Union  terrace 
Bon-Accord    Property    &    Investment    Co.     (Marquis    &    Hall, 

managers  &  treasurers),  222  Union  street 
Bon-Accord  Slate  Merchant  Co.  Limited  (James  F.  Wyness,  man- 
ager),   slate    &  cement    merchants,    Provost    B'.aikie's   quay; 

T  N  634 
Bon- Accord     Swimming    Club     (James     Gordon,     sec),     South 

esplanade  west,  Torry 
Bonner   Alexander  Charles,   wholesale   druggist  (W.   Davidson), 

17  Mile  End  avenue 
Bonniemwi  Eliza  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  65  Guest  row 
Bonno  Joseph  &  Alex,  cabinet  makers,  49  &  51  &  60  Gallowgate 
Bonno   Joseph,    furniture   dealer    (J.    &   A.    Bonno),    Oak  villa, 

Forest  avenue 
Bookbinders'    &   Machine    Rulers'    Consolidated    Union    (George 

Black,  sec),  33  Spa  street 
Booth  A.  &  Sons,  chimney  sweepers,  14  East  North  street 
Booth  Alexander,  chimney  sweeper,  46  Ashvale  place 
Booth  Alexander,hatter,37  St.Nicholas  st ;    res. 11  Devonshire  rd 
Booth  Alexander,  tobacco  pipe  top  maker,  1  Cross  street 
Booth  Alexander,  iun.  chimney  sweeper,  12  Frederick  street 
Booth  Alexander  F.  pianoforte  tuner,  65  Rosemount  viaduct 
Booth  Annie  (Miss),  stationer,  39  Broad  street 
Booth  David  G.  draper,  50  &  52  Bridge  street  &-280  Rosemount 

place ;  res.  11  Beech  Grove  avenue 
Booth  Francis,  chimney  6weeper,  36  East  North  street 
Booth  James,  chimney  sweeper,  83  Windmill  brae 
Booth  James  M'Kenzie  M.A.,  M.B.,  CM.  physician,  367  Union  st 
Booth  John,  dairyman,  56  Summer  street 
Booth    Mathew,  dairyman,  7  Mid  Stocket  road 
Booth  Robert,  chimney  sweeper,  see  Booth  A.  &  Son 
Booth  Rose  (Mrs.),  librarian,  Anderson  Library,  Woodside;  res. 

330  Clifton  road 
Booth  William,  chimney  sweeper.  2b,  Thistle  street 
Booth  William,  jobbing  gardener,  22  Westburn  road 
Booth  William  P.  ironmonger  &  tinplate  worker,  60  &  62  George 

street;  T  N  103 ;  res.  59  Watson  street 
Booth  Williamson,  solicitor  &  notary,  173  Union  street ;T  N  277; 

res.  8  Westfield  terrace 
Borland  William  A.  district  inspector  Scottish  Union  «fc  National 

Insurance  Co.  48a,  Union  street ;  res.  51  St.  Swithin  street 
Borthwick  Andrew,  commercial  traveller,  343  Clifton  road 
Borthwick  William,  dyer  &  scourer,  76  Loch  street  &  3  Summer 

street;    res.  25  View  terrace 
Boswell  Wm. meteorologist,  Aberdeen  Univ. ;  res. 35  Laurelwood  av 
Bothwell  Alexander,  confectioner,  23  &  25  Loch  street 
Bothwell  Geo.  grain  merchant  &  hay  &  straw  dlr.  27  Princes  st 
Bottger  Adolph,  hair  dresser,  26J  St.  Andrew  street 
Botting    George    Richard,     manager    The    Aberdeen    Electrical 

Engineering  Co.  Limited;  res.  14  Mount  street 
Bow  George,   grocer,  42  Clifton  road 
Bow  Mary  (Mrs.),  apartments,  88  Skene  square 
Bower  &  Florence,  granite  merchants  &  workers,  King's  crescent 
Bower  George  Haddon  M.A.  advocate  (Simpson  &   Bower),  17 

Bon-Accord  crescent 
Bowers  (The)  R.  C.  Granite  Co.  34  Marischal  street 
Bowman  Brothers,  general  drapers,  58  &  60  St.  Nicholas  street 
Bowman  &  Son,  carvers,  gilders  &  printsellers,  187  Union  street 
Bowman  &  Webster,  cork  manufacturers,  G8^  West  North  street 
Bowman  Alexander,  butcher,  23  Justice  st. ;  res.  31  Constitution  st 
Bowman  Ann  (Miss),  fruiterer,  85  Leadside  road 
Bowman  Charles,  confectioner,  123  Bon-Accord  street 
Bowman  Charles,  shopkeeper,  10  Portland  street 
Bowman  Elizabeth  (Miss),  dress  maker,  31  Summer  street 
Bowman    G-eorge,    draper,    437    Union    street    (&    see    Bowman 

Brothers) ;  res.  65  Beech  Grove  terrace 
Bowman  George,  fancy  draper,  437  Union  street 
Bowman  Jas.  B.plumber,119  Gt. Western  rd. ;   res.17  Chattan  pi 
Bowman  John,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  12  Skene  street 
Bowman  Robert,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  137  Rosemount  place 
Bowman  Susan  (Miss),  private  school,  45  High  street 
Bowman  William,  butcher,  7  Park  street 
Bowman  William,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  45  Commerce  street 
Boyd  David  James,  commercial  traveller,  43  Beaconsfield  place 
Boyd  Elsie  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  190  West  North  street 
Boyd  Wm.  teller  Union  Bank  of  Scotland  Lim.  49  Bonnymulr  pT 
Boyle  David,  hair  dresser,  25  St.  Andrew  street 
Boyne  Charlotte  (Mrs.),  news  agent,  44  Park  street 
Boyne  George,  commercial  traveller,  22  Mount  street 
Brand  George  &  Co.  harness  composition  &  blacking  manufac- 
turers, 69J  College  street;  T  N  988 
Brand  George,  harness  composition  maker  (George  Brand  &  Co.), 

10  Maryweli  street 
Brander  &  Lippe,  solicitors,  5  Market  street :  T  N  739 
Brander  Alexander  James,  solicitor  (Brander  &  Lippe),  5  Market 

street  &  14  Hamilton  place 
Brannan  Robert,  firewood  dealer,  21  Willowdale  place 
Brebner  &  Grant,  tea  merchants-  Grant's  build- 
ings, 48  St.  Nicholas  street  &  1  Flour  Mill  brae  ; 

T  N  232 
Brebner  J.  &  J.  L.  bobbin  makers,  500  King  street 
Brebner  Isabella  (Miss),  draper,  5t  Commerce  street 
Brebner  John  Low,  bobbin  maker  (J.&  J.L.Brebner),  489  King  st 
Brebner  Joseph,  baker,  64  Skene  square  &  118  Chapel  street 
Brechin  Isabella  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  11G£  Chapel  street 
Brechin  William  Malcolm,  coal  merchant,  156  Market  street 
Bredy  John,  schoolmaster,  42  Park  street 
Bremner   Alexander  M.A.,   B.Sc.    head  master   Aberdeen   Free 

Church  Training  College,  Charlotte  st. ;   res.  13  Belgrade  ter 
Bremner  Jessie  (Miss),  registry  office  for  servants,  21  Huntly  st 
Bremner  John,  ironmonger,  34  Skene  square 
Bremner  John  Grant  Dawson,  baker,  24  St.  Clement  street 



ABERDEEN.       37 

Bremner  William,  blacksmith  &  cartwright,  TJrquhart  street 
Bremner  William,  hair  dresser,  131  John  street 
Breslin  Jane  (Mrs.),  clothes  broker,  97  East  North  street 
Brewster  George  (Mrs.).  Harbour  Bar  P.H.  1  Begent  quay 
Briggs  William,  asphalto  contractor,  Justice  Mill  lane 
British  &  Foreign  Bible  Society  (James  Murray,  agent) ;  deposi- 
tory, 28  St.  Nicholas  street 
British  Hardware  Co.  9  George  street 
British  Legal  Life  Assurance  &  Loan   Co.  Limited 

(William    R.  Galloway,  district  manager),  GO  St.  Nicholas 

British  Linen    Co.    Bank   (branch)    (J.    E.   Roddick,    agent),   21 

Market  street;    West  End  branch  (Alex.  Edward,  agent),  484 

Union  street 
British   Society  for   the  Propagation  of   the  Gospel  among  the 

Jews  (Studart  J.  Mitchell,  sec),  24  Adelphi 
British   Women's    Temperance   Association   (Miss   A.    E.    Smith 

L.L.A.  sec),  319  Hardgate 
British  Workman's  &  General  Assurance  Co.   Limited  (branch 

office)  (R.  Craigmyle,  district  superintendent),  173  Union  street 
Brockie  Alexander,  secretary  Aberdeen  Preserving  Co.  Limited, 

22  Springbank  terrace 
Brodie  Alexander,  news  agent,  60  Skene  Btreet 
Brodie  Ann  (Mrs.),  apartments,  41a,  Union  street 
Brodie  Charles  A.  pruperty  agent,  34  Bridge  street 
Brodie  Geddes,  photographic  publisher,  77  George  street  &  108 

Holburn  street 
Brodie  Ji;bn,  fish  curer,  Old  Ford  road 
Brodie  Peter,  slater,  48  Wellington  road 

Brotchie  Frank,  family  grocer  (Gordon  &  Smith),  85  Crown  st 
Brotchie  Geo.  teller  (North  of  Scotland  Bank  Lim.),  85  Crown  st 
Brough  John,  dairyman,  Woodhead,  Stocket 
Brough  Robert,  artist,  75  Union  street 

Brown  A.  &  Co.  booksellers  &  stationers,  83  &  85  Union  street 
BrownAlexander  &  carpenters  &  funeral  undertakers, 

42  Catherine  street 
Brown    Andrew    &    Son,    painters    &    paperhangers,    610    Great 

Northern  road 
Brown  &  Robb,  lithographers,  41  James  street 
'Brown  &  Watt,  architects,  17  Union  terrace;  T  N  551 
Brown  William  &  Cu.  fishing  tackle  makers,  64  George  street 
-Brown  Alexander,  architect  (Brown  &  Watt),  101  Fountainhall  rd 
Brown  Alexander,  chief  cierk  (gas  department),  City  buildings,  2 

Broad  street;  res.  37  Mile  End  avenue 
Brown  Alexr.  house  carpenter  (A.  Brown  &  Sons),  70  Catherine  st 
Brown  Alexander,  master  mariner,  20  Mount  street 
Brown  Alexander,  pa^  case  maker  (M'Haffie  &  Brown),  87 

Westburn  road 
Brown  Andrew,  photographer,  25  Crown  street 
Brown  Andrew  Galloway,  grocer,  346  George  st.  &  13  Castle  st 
Brown  Ann  (Miss),  shopkeeper,  14  Menzies  road,  Torry 
Brown  Archibald  A.  granite  merchant  &  poLisher.  Advocate's  rd. ; 

res.  34  Elnifield  avenue 
Brown  O.  B.  wholesale  tea  &  produce  merchant,  7  Regent  quay; 

res.  33  Duthie  terrace 
Brown,  china,  glass  &  earthenware  dlr.  64  East  North  st 
Brown  Cha:les,  dentist,  135  King  street 

Brown  M.  accountant,   e'erk,  treasurer  &  factor  Aber- 
deen   Royal    Infirmary    &    clerk    &    treasurer    Royal    Lunatic 

Asylum,  343  Union  street;  res.  44  Loanhead  ter. ;  T  N  181 
Brown  Ellen  (Mrs.),  feather  dresser,  42  Summer  street 
Brown    Fleet-Surgeon    Richard    Gavin    M.B.     (H.M.S.     Clyde), 

Victoria  dock;  res.  96  Hamilton  place 
Brown  Geo.  draper,  31  &  3a  Castle  street;   res.  35  Castle  street 
Brown  George,   grocer   &  spirit  dealer,   33   Miller  street;    res. 

Homesdale  cottage,  Cults 
Brown  George  (Mrs.),  hosier,  281  George  street 
Brown  George,  insurance  agent,  180  Holburn  street 
Brown  Helen  (Mrs.),  apartments,  22  Bridge  street 
Brown  Heen  (Miss),  dress  maker  &  milliner,  41  Victoria  street 
Brown  Hugh,  furniture  dealer,  199  George  street 
Brown  James,  accountant,  Union  Bank  of  Scotland  Limited,  53 

Castle  street;  res.  434  Great  Western  road 
Brown    James,     agent    for    the    Singer    Manufacturing    Co.    15 

Exchange  street;   res.   19  Beaconsfield  place 
Brown  James,   fish   &   game   dealer,    22   Hadden  street  &   215 

Union  street ;  T  N  166 
Brown  James,  joiner  &c.  245  Great  Northern  road 
Brown  James,  manager,  19  Beaconsfield  place 
Brown  James,  plumber,  10  Nell  field  place 

Brown  James,  sub-postmaster  &  shopkeeper,  652  Holburn  street 
Brown  James,  traveller,  67  St.  Swithin  street 
Brown  James  C.  commercial  traveller,  418  King  street 
Brown   James  Muir,   grocer  &  spirit  dealer,   336  Great  Western 

road;   res.  33  Forest  avenue 
Brown  John,  cattle  dealer,  73  Hardgate 
Brown  John,  compositor,  63  Dessw^od  place 
Brown  John,   manager  The  Aberdeen  Ice  Manufacturing  Co. ; 

res.  10  Marine  terrace 
Brown  M.  (Mrs.),  fish  mer.  Wet  Fish  market; res.  2  Regent's  quay 
Brown  Margaret  (Mrs.),  grocer,  559  Great  Northern  road 
Brown  Susan  (Mrs.),  fruiterer,  1  Gilcomston  steps 
Brown  Thos.  boot  &  shoe  rnkr.  19  Gt.  Western  rd. ;  re».  2  Allan  et 
Brown  Thomas,  news  agent,  109  Holburn  street 
Brown  William,  butcher,  37  Chattan  place 
Brown  William,  hair  dresser,  10  Gilcomston  steps 
jBrown  William,  news  agent,  183  Holburn  street 
Brown  William  B.  bookkeeper  &  accountant  City  Chamberlain's 

office,  22  Desswood  place 
Brown  William  Franc's,  baker,  83  Gal'.owgate 
Bruce,  Edwards   &  Milne,   manufacturers   &  warehousemen,   62 

Bridge  street;   T  N  230;   T  A  "  Brucewards,  Aberdeen  " 
Bruce  George  &  Co.  seed  merchants,  35  Market  street 
Bruce  &  Co.  horse  shoers,  3  Little  Ee.mont  street 
.Bruce  Agnes  (Mrs.),  private  hotel,  438  Union  street 
Bruce  Alexander,  fish  merchant.  Commercial  road 
Bruce  Alexander  Leslie,  chemist,  181  Crown  street 
Brace  Annie  (Miss),  dress  maker,  39  Mount  street 
Bruce  Charles,  shopkeeper,  21  Gordon  street 

I  Bruce  Eliza  (Mrs.),  draper,  171  G  allow  gate 
Bruce  Elizabeth  (Miss),  dress  maker,  112  Holburn  street 
Bruce  Elizabeth  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  15  Rosemount  place 
Bruce  Geo.  bicycle  dealer,  18  Holburn  st. ;  res.  14  Ho, burn  street 
Bruce  George,  builder,  361  George  street 
Bruce  John,  fish  merchant,  Commercial  road 
Bruce  John,  shoe  maker,  48  Short  loanings 
Bruce  John,  spirit  dealer,  11  Commerce  street 
Bruce  Mary  (Mrs.),  apartments,  34  Rose  street 
Bruce  Robert,   district  manager   Scottish  Legal  Life  Assurance 

Society,  115  Union  street;  res.  7  Mount  street  west 
Bruce  Robert  (Mrs.),  spirit  dealer,  16  St.  Andrew  street 
Bruce  William,  china  &  glass  dealer,  8  Skene  square 
Bruce  William,  grocer,  359  Great  Northern  road 
Bruce  William,  market  gardener,  303  Great  Northern  road 
Bruce  William,  preserved  provision  manufacturer,  Links  street 
Brumleu  Ernest,  professor  of  music  &  singing,  11  Victoria  street 
Bryce   H.  &  J.  plumbers  &  brass    founders,    24 

Upperkirkgate;  T  N  265 
Bryce  Hugh,  plumber  (H.  &  J.  Bryce),  64  Springbank  terrace 
Bryce  James,  plumber  (H.  &  J.  Bryce),  40  Skene  street 
Buchan  Adam,  painter,  81  Rosemount  place 
Buchan  Alexander,  clerk  of  works,  216  Union  grove 
Buchan  Charles,  confectioner,  291  Rosemount  place 
Buchan    Charlotte    (Miss),    superintendent   Whitehall    Industrial 

schools,  Whitehall  road 
Buchan  Francis,  baker  &  confectioner,  123  Crown  street  &  420 

Union  street;   T  N  310;  res.  3  South  Crown  street 
Buchan  John,  baker,  76  Green 
Buchanan    John    B.Sc    teacher    of    physical    science,    Gordon's 

College;   res.  56  St.  Swithin  street 
Buchan  John  S.  tobacconist,  169  Rosemount  place 
Buchan  Robert,  builder,  500  Holburn  street 

Buchan  Robert,  printer,  59a,  Loch  street;  res.  26  Mount  st.  west 
Buchan  William,  builder,  Leadside  road 
Buchan  William,  manager,  178  Mid  Stocket  road 
Buchan   William   Hamilton,    sculptor,    43    Summer   street;    res. 

162  King  street 
Buist  I.  &  M.  milliners,  43  Upperkirkgate 
Bull  Arthur  G.  superintendent  Scottish  Live  Stock  Insurance  Co. 

L'mited,  245  Union  street;  res.  12  Brunswick  place 
Bul'loch  John,  bookkeeper,  23  Osborne  place 
Bunn   Arthur   W.    surveyor   of  taxes,   27   King  street;    res.    25 

Fonthill  terrace 
Bunting  Thomas,  painter,  18  Rose  street 
Burgess  George,  wood  carver,  33  Skene  square 
Burgess  William,  draper,  61  High  street 
Burnes  Alexander,  wholesale  butcher,  12  Belmont  road 
Burness  James,  butcher,  218  Rosemount  place 
Burnet  George  Ward'.aw  M.A.,  B.L.  advocate  &  sheriff  substitute 

of  Aberdeen,  Banff  &  Kincardine,  Court  House  buildings;  res. 

65  Queen's  road 
Burnett  &  Reid,  advocates,  20  King  street;  T  N  513 
Burnett  Alexander,  grocer,  28  St.  Clement  street 
Burnett  Annie    (Miss),   baby   linen   dealer   (Black   &  Burnett), 

1  Richmond  terrace 
Burnett  Caiherine  (Mrs.),  nurse,  38  Union  terrace 
Burnett  Ellen  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  14  King's  crescent 
Burnett  Helen  (M'ss),  apartments,  47  Richmond  street 
Burnett  James,  bookbinder,  7  Crimon  place 
Burnett  James,  tailor,  438  Great  Northern  road 
Burnett  Jane  i,Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  72  Guest  row 
Burnett  John,   jun.   assistant  superintendent  P.O.   20  Spital 
Burnett  John,  tobacconist,  &  post  office,  280  George  street;  res. 

Glamis  cottage,  Spital 
Burnett  Mary  (Miss),  draper,  537  George  street 
Burnett  Robert,  tutor,  361  Union  street 
Burnett   W.    Kendall   M.A.,    J.P.    advocate    &   notary   public  & 

sec.  to  the  Scottish  Musical  Society,  11  Beimont  street 
Burnett  William,  butcher,  3  Great  Western  place 
Burnett  William,  news  agent,  230  Holburn  street 
Burns  Alexander  &  Co.  fruit  merchants.  Market  hall 
Burns  Alexander,  jun.  fruiterer  &  florist,  Market  hall 
Burns  David,  signal  inspector  (G.  N.of  S. Railway),  9  Cattofield  pi 
Burns  Robert,  fruiterer  &  florist,  Market  hall 
Burns  William,  military  tailor,  9  Black's  buildings 
Burr  James,  mantle  warehouse.   167-169  Union  street  &  64  St. 

Nicholas  street 
Burr  Robert,  draper,  20  &  22  George  street  ;■  res.  57  Thistle  st 
Burt  Robert,  cabinet  maker  &  upholsterer,  24  Guild  street 
Butclmrt  James  S.  advocate  &  notary  public,   &  solicitor  to  the 

Scottish  Employers'  Liability  &  General  Insurance  Co.  Limited, 

sec.  to  the  Aberdeen  Cafe  Co.   L'mited  &  sec  to  West  Aber- 
deenshire Liberal  Association,   123£  Union  street;    T  N  236; 

res.  View  park,  Deemount  terrace;  T  N  410 
Butler  Annie  (Mrs.),  milliner,  70  George  street 
Butler  James,  shopkeeper,  98  Upper  Denburn 
Buyers  Peter  (Mrs.),  ship  chandler,  tinsmith  &c  55,  56,  61  &  63 

Regent  quay;  res.  357  Great  Western  road 
Buyers  William,  shipmaster,  29  Gladstone  place 
Buyers  William  D.  house  carpenter,  6  Affleck  street 
Byres  David  T.  civil  engineer,  104  Hamilton  place 
Byers  James,  jobbing  gardener,   31  Chapel  street. 
Byres  Stephen,  fruiterer,  74  Broad  street ;  res.  18  Castle  street 
Cahel  Henry,  carter.  9  Shore  lare 

Cable  John  Burnett,  insurance  agent,  26  Bonnymuir  place 
Cable  Margaret  (Mrs.),  news  agent  &  stationer,  19  Justice  etreet 
Cable  Robert,  insurance  agent,  139  Mid  Stocket  road 
Cable  Wiliam,  commercial  traveller,  32  Erskine  street 
Cadenhead  George,   advocate,   procurator  fiscal  for  the  city  of 

Aberdeen  &  justice  of  peace  fiscal  for  Aberdeenshire,  Court 

House  buildings,  Castle  street;  res.  57  Dee  street 
Cadenhead  William,  urine  &  spirit  merchant  & 

commission  agent,  &  agent  for  T.  &J.  Bernard 

Limited,  brewers  (Edinburgh),  47  Netherkirk- 

ga'c  :    res   4*  SkniR  terrace 
Caie  James  &  Sons,  sail  makers,  Albeit  qu^y 
Caie  Alex.-  boot  maker,  1  Charles  street 
Caie  Daniel,  fish,  Point  Law 

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Caie  James,  fish  merchant,  Commercial  road 

Caie  James,  sail  ma    (James  Caie  &  Sons),  1  Neptune  terrace 

Caie  Margaret  (.Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  1-40  Sinclair  rood,  Torry 

Caird  James,  butcher,  104  High  street,  Old  Aberdeen 

Caird  James,  jun.  butcher,  4  Ash  vale  place  &  250  Holburn  street 

Caird  William,  reporter  "  People's  Journal,"  64  Desswoed  place 

Cairnie  Alexander,  working  jeweller,  29  Adelphi 

Cairns  Catherine  (Mrs.),  grocer,  54  Virginia  6treet 

Cairns  John  Bryden,  manager  The  Aberdeen  Hide,  Skin  &  Tallow 

Market  Co.  Limited;  res,  532  King  street 
Calder  M.  &  S.  watch  makers  &  jewellers,  55a,  St.  Nicholas  st 
Calder  Adelaide  (Mrs.)*  toy  dealer,  33  &  35  Market  gallery 
Calder  George,  basket  maker,  19  Carmelite  street 
Calder  James  Keith  Duncan,  watch  maker,  1  Market  gallerv  & 

37  Back  wynd 
Calder  Jessie  K.  (Mrs.),  butcher,  63  High  street,  Old  Aberdeen 
Calder  John,  H.M,  inspector  of  factories  &  workshops,  21  King 

street;  res.  37  Forest  road 
Calder  John,    boy  dealer   38  to   40,   &  watch   maker   45   to  48, 

Market  gallery 
Calder  Malcolm,  watch  maker  (M.  &  S.  Calder),  8  Belvidere  st 
Calder  Margaret  (Mrs,),  milliner,  36  King  street 
Calder  .Robert,  boot  maker,  17  Sb.  Clement  street 
Calder  William,  news  agent,   202£  Gallowgate  &  gun  &  fishing 

tackle  maker,  30  Guild  street 
Calder  Williamia  (Mrs.),  fancy  goods  repository,  114  Skene  st 
Caledonian  Insurance   Co.   (branch)   (William  A.  Pope,   resident 

sec..),  13  Bridge  street.     See  advertisement 
Caledonian  Motor  Car  &  Cycle  Co.  Limited,  265  Union  street 
Caledonian  Railway  Co.'s  District  Offices  (Charles  Smith,  traffic 
superintendent;  William  H.  Benson,  goods  agent),  Goods  station, 
23  Guild  street 
Caledonian  Steam  Trawling  Co.  Limited,  156  Market  street 
Callaghan  Anthony  &  Sons  &  Co.  saw  &  edge  tool  makers,  67  & 

71  Netherkirkgate 
Callaghan  J.  &  R.  saw  makers,  12  Carmelite  street 
Callaghan  Francis,  saw  maker  (Anthony  Callaghan  &  Sons),    12 

Union  grove 
Callum  Jessie(Miss), clothes  dlr.68Woolmanhill;re9.80St.Andrew  st 
Cameron  Donald  &  Son,  bakers,  53  Hutcheon  street 
Cameron  J.  &  W.  drapers,  41  to  45  Broad  street  &,  140  George  st 
Cameron  Alexander  Frederick,  shopkeeper,  6  Chesnut  road 
Cameron  Andrew,  clothier  (Philip  &  Cooper),  45  Victoria  street 
Cameron.  Ann  (Miss),    furniture  dealer,  88  Green 
Cameron  Duncan,  dairyman,  320  Great  Northern  road 
Cameron  Duncan,  shipmaster,  102  Crown  street 
Cameron  Duncan  H.  commercial  traveller,  11  Forbesfield  road 
Cameron  George,  spirit  dealer,  40£  Virginia  street 
Cameron  Rev.  George  Gordon  M.A.,  D.D.  professor  of  Hebrew  & 
Old  Testament. Exegesis,  Free  Church  College;  res.  464  Great 
Western  road  ■ 
Cameron  James,  draper  (J.  &  W.  Cameron),  96  Leslie  terrace 
Cameron  James,  shopkeeper,  606  Holburn  street 
Canieon  Jane  (Mrs.),  draper,  2  Forest  avenue 
Cameron  John,  architect,  11  Balmoral  terrace,  457  Braemar  pi 
Cameron  John,  grocer,  18  Prince  Regent  street 
Cameron  John,    shipmaster,   151   Duthie  terrace 
Cameron  John  Stuart,  manager,  333  Clifton  road 
Cameron  Kenneth,  sanitary  inspector,  City  buildings,  Union  st. ; 

T  N  519   ;   res.  4  Gladstone  place 
Cameron  May  (Mrs.),  spirit  dealer,  6  Little  Belmont  street 
Cameron  William,  draper  (J.  &  W.  Cameron),  35  Devonshire  rd 
Cameron  William,  tailor,  65  Netherkirkgate;   res.  XI  Mount  st.we 
Cameron  William,  tobacconist,  12  &  14  Hadden  street 
Campbells  Limited  (John  McFarlane,  manager),  post  &  job  horse 
masters,  omnibus,  carriage  &  cab  proprietors   &  livery  stable 
keepers,  13  Bon- Accord  street  (T  N  115  &  1575);  287  Rosemount 
place  (T  N  137);  9  Salisbury  terrace  (T  N  1664);  Guild  street 
(T  N  746)  &  Alford  place;   carriage  building  department,    12 
Bon-Accord  street 
Campbell  J.  &  W.  &  Co.  warehousemen,  31  Adelphi 
Campbell  P.  &  P.  dyers,  The  Perth  dye  works,  150  Union  street 
Campbell  &  Co.  india  rubber  &  waterproof  goods  manufacturers, 

18  Bridge  street;  T  N.  157;  T  A  "  Rubber,  Aberdeen  " 
Campbell  Alexander,  boot  maker,  40  Baxter  street,  Torry 
Campbell  Ann  (Mrs.),  laundry,  20  Marischal  street 
Campbell  Annie  (Miss),  matron,  West  Poor  House,  Fonthill  road 
Campbell  Archibald,   plumber,  499  George  street 
Campbell  Charies,  carriage  hirer, 6  &  9  Diamond 

Campbell  David  J.  draper,  44  Union  st. ;  res.  6  Belvidere  street 
Campbell  George,  manager,  69  Osborne  place 
Campbell   George,    plumber    &   gasfitter, -  1    Dee    Village   road; 

T   N   598 
Campbell  George,  tobacconist,  22  Market  gallery 
Campbell  Helen  (Miss),  fancy  goods  dealer,  21  Market  gallery 
Campbell  Hugh,  commercial  traveller,  21  Cairnfield  place 
Campbell  Hugh  Fraser  M.A.,  B.L.  advocate  &  assistant  professor 
of   law,    University   of  Aberdeen,    156   Union   street;    res.   58 
Hamilton  place 
Campbell  James,  boot  &  shoe  maker,  52  Hutcheon  street;  res. 

425  George  street 
Campbell  James,  dogger,  29  Mealmarket  street 
Campbell  James,  schoolmaster,  25  Ferryhill  place 
Campbell  John,  plumber  &  gasfitter,  13*£  Dee  street 
Campbell  John,  tailor,  3  Rosemount  place 
Campbell  John  Douglas,   manager  JSorwich  Union  Fire   &  Life 

Office,  74  Union  street 
Campbell  Joseph,  pawnbroker,  128£  Loch  street 
Campbell  Kenneth,  fruiterer,  39  Skene  square 
Campbell  Samuel,  tinsmith,  7  Skene  square 
Campbell  William,  boot  maker,  36  Cotton  street 
Canada  Permanent  Loan  &  Savings  Co.  (L.  Mackinnon,  jun.  a 

Son,  agents),  23  Market  street 
Canale  Guiseppe,   shopkeeper,   31  Causewayend 
Cantlay  William,  spirit  dealer,  137  Gallowgate 
Cardno  &  Darling,   nurserymen  &  seedsmen,  7  Hadden  street; 
T  A  '*  Darling,  Aberdeen;"  nurseries,  Kittybrewster ;  T  N  580 
Cardno  Robert  C.  chemist,  546  Great  Northern  road 

Cargill  George,  cashier,  63  Duthie  terrace 

Carie  Alex,  baker  &  confectioner,  9,  11  &  13  Waverley  place 

Carle  Isabella  (Miss),   fruiterer,   7   Waverley  place;    res.  Mount 

cottage,  Mount  street 
Carle  James,  solicitor  (Whincup  &  Carle,  advocates),  64  Great 

Western  road 
Carmichael  George,  agent  West  End  branch  North  of  Scotland 

Bank  Limited,  228  Union  street 
Carnegie  Mary  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  10  Skene  square 
Carnie  Blanche  (Mrs.),  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  18£  Marywell  st 
Carnie  Wm,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  lay  John  sb.  ;res.  54  Chapel  st 
Carr  Alexandra  (Miss),  matron  Aberdeen  Ophthalmic  Institution, 

144  King  street 
Carr  Thomas  F.  R.  steamboat  owner,  318  Great  Western  road 
Cartwright  Tom  Leeson,  manager,  44  Whitehall  road 
Cash  &  Co.  boot  makers,  25  Broad  street 
Cash  John  Theodore  M.D.,  F.B.S.  professor  of  materia  medica, 

University  of  Aberdeen ;  res.  9  Aibyn  place 
Cassie  George,  blacksmith,  602  King  street,  Old  Aberdeen 
Cassie  George  S.  boot  ma,  23  Skene  sq. ;  res.  20  Chestnut  row 
Cassie  Hugh,  blacksmith,  3  St.  Clair  street 
Cassie  James,  jun.  teacher  of  music,  28  Crown  street 
Cassie  John,  boot  maker,  19  Causewayend;  res.  12  Fraser  street 
Cassie  Margaret  (Miss),  confectioner,  605  George  street 
Cassidy  Kate  (Miss),  manager  Aberdeen  Cafe  Co.  Lim.  Ship  row 
Castle  Elizabeth  (Mrs.),  dress  maker,  51  Queen  street 
Castle  John,  grocer  (Forbes  &  Castle),  45  Menzies  road,  Torry 
Cattanach  James,  shoe  maker,  52  Walker  road,  Torry 
Catto  Alexander,  joiner  &  ironmonger  &c.  486  Great  Northern. 

road ;  T  N  1003 
Catto  Alex,  upholsterer,  31  Thistle  street;  res.  54  Duthie  terrace- 
Catto  James,  wine  &  spirit  merchant,  21 J  Adelphi;    TN  547; 

TA"  Catto,  Aberdeen;"  res.  Cliff  house,  Cults 
Catto  Jane  (Mrs.),  grocer,  714  Great  Northern  road 
Catto  Thomas,  cattle  dealer,  41  Canal  road 
Catto  William  Watt,  cattle  dealer,  52  Canal  road 
Caulfield  William,  basket  maker  &,  toy  dealer,  28  to  32  Markei 

gallery;  res.  68  Dee  street 
Cavanah  John,   manager  Her  Majesty's  Theatre,   Guild  street; 

ies.  13  Bridge  street 
Cay  William  &  Sons,  carpenters  &  undertakers,  215  George  st.,; 

T  N  54 ;  &  432  Union  street ;  T  N  92 
Cay   Alexander,    carpenter   (William   Cay   &    Sons),   Hazelhurst> 

Rubislaw  Den  south 
Cay  Charles,  fruiterer,  242  Holburn  street 
Cay  Charles,  gardener,   Springbank,  Mannofield 
Cay  George,  grocer  120  Crown  street 
Cay  William,  grocer,  92  Fonthill  road 

Central  Type  Writing  Office  (Wm.  Webster,  principal),  25  Union  st 
Chad  wick  E.  &  Co.  warehousemen,  38  Market  street 
Chalmers  C.  &  P.  H.  advocates  &  notaries  public,  18  Golden 

square ;  T  N  109 
Chalmers  James  &  Co.  fire  clay  merchants,  Gilcomston  park 
Chalmers  Annie  M.  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  649  Great  Northern  road 
Chalmers   D.    M.    A.,    M.A.    advocate    &   notary   (C.    &    P.    H. 
Chalmers),  &  clerk  &  treasurer  to  Ythan  district  fishery  board, 
140  Westburn  road 
Chalmers  David,  fish  curer,  19  Pointlaw 
Chalmers  Francis  Christie,  grocer,  3»  Windmill  brae 
Chalmers  George,  cashier,  19  Cairnfield  place 
Chalmers  James,  firewood  dealer,  2  Commerce  lane 
Chalmers  James,   fire  clay  merchant  (Chalmers  James  &   Co.),. 

Gilcomston  park 
Chalmers  James,  granite  worker,  la,  Canal  road 
Chalmers  John,  insurance  agent,  201  George  street 
Chalmers  John  S.  wine  merchant,  insurance  &  passage  broker  & 
shipping  agent,  56  Marischal  street;  TA"  Ormuz,  Aberdeen;" 
res.  Middleton  house,  Cults 
Chalmers  Maggie  Ann  (Miss),  milliner,  331  George  street 
Chalmers  Marshall,  commercial  traveller,  56  Union  grove 
Chalmers  Mary  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  18  Causewayend 
Chalmers  Peter,  shopkeeper,  76  West  North  street 
Chalmers  Scott,  ironmonger,  88  Union  street 
Chalmers  William  Milne,  watch  maker,  586  Great  Northern  road 
Chalmers  William  Scott,  baker,  1  William's  square 
Chapman  David  M.  furniture  dealer,  21  Holburn  street 
Chapman  John,  shopkeeper,  102  Constitutional  street 
Chapman  Margaret  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  65  Charlotte  street 
Charles  William,  baker,  76  Skene  square 
Cbasser  Edward,  clerk  Harbour  office,  35  Gray  street 
Cheyne  Alexander,  builder,  79  Ashley  road 
Cheyne  Alexander,  builder,  87  Holburn  street 
Cheyne  Alexander,  manage:,  6  Irvine  place 

Cheyne  Eddie  (Mrs.),  fancy  goods  dealer,  53  &  54  Market  gallery 
Cheyne  Helen  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  81  Hutcheon  street 
Cheyne  John  B.  plumber  (McLeod  &  Cheyne),  124  John  street 
Cheyne  Walter   S.,  M.D.,   CM.   physician  &  surgeon,   5  Queen, 

street;  res.  1  Bon-Accord  square 
Children's  Fresh-Air  Fortnight  &  Ailing  Home(A.I.  M'Connochie, 

sec);   office,  115  Union  street- 
Chili  (Republic  of)  Vice-Consulate  (William  Leslie,  vice-consul), 

67  Marischal  street 
Chisholm  Ann  (Miss),  shopkeeper,  15  Hanover  street 
Chisholm  John,  cart  owner,  Clayhills 
Chisholm  Stephenson,  manager,  14  Brunswick  place 
Gnisholm  William,   tailor  &  clothier,  66  &  68  Woolmanhill;   4S 

Albert  street  &  70  St.  Andrew  street 
Chivas    Brothers,    grocers,    13    King   street    (T    N    119)    &   45» 

Union  street 
Chree  Charles,  chemist,  156  Union  grove 
Chree  Robert,  wood  turner,  159  West  North  street 
Christen  Arnold,  professor  of  modern  languages,  67  Sehoolhill; 

res.  Cornhill  house,  Stocket 
Christian  Literature  Society  for  India  (Col.  J.  AHardyce,  hon. 

treasurer),  3  Queen's  terrace 
Christie  Charles  &  Co.  coal  merchants,  41  Guild  street;   T  INI 
244;  TA"  Carbon,  Aberdeen  " 





Christie  &  Gregor,  tailors,  43  Union  terrace 

Christie,  Greig  &~Co.  granite  workers  &  polishers,  Trinity  granite 

works,  Park  road 
Christie  Alexander,  hair  dresser,  37  Market  hall 
Christie  Alexander,  manager,  Glencairn,  Balnasgask  rd.  Torry 
Christie  Alexander,  shipmaster,  55  Abergeldie  road 
Christie   Alexander  James,    brush   maker   (John   Fyfe   &   Bon), 

Hawthorn  bank,  Cults 
Christie  Alexander  S.  grocer,  383  King  street 
Christie  Andrew,  fish  curer,  Albert  quay  &  wholesale  fresh  fish 

merchant,  Wet  Fish  market;  T  A  "  Christie,  Aberdeen" 
Christie  Ann  (Mrs.),  apartments,  88  Rose  street 
Christie  Charles  Taylor,  brush  maker  (John  Fyfe  &  Son),  Haw- 
thorn bank,  Cults 
Christie  David,  bookkeeper,  10  Korthfield  place 
Christie  David,  schoolmaster,  310  Holburn  street 
Christie  David,  tailor  (Christie  &  Gregor),  85  Hilton  road 
Christie  David  A.  hair  dresser,  16  Exchequer  row 
Christie  Francis,  granite  worker  (Christie,  Greig  &  Co.),  Trinity 

cottage,  Park  road 
Christie  George,  butcher  &  dealer  in  game,  60  Windmill  brae 
Christie  James,  cycle  repairer,  134  West  North  street 
Christie  James,  furniture  dealer,  150  George  street 
Christie  James,  shopkeeper,  3iia  Great  Northern  road 
Christie  James  M.  paper  merchant,  54  Castle  street;  res.  35  Bon- 
Accord  street 
Christie  Jane  (Miss),  shopkeeper,  405  Holburn  street 
Christie  John,  auctioneer,  29  Union  street 
Christie  John,  boot  maker,  23  Richmond  street 
Christie  John,  clothier  (Milne,  Low  &  Co.),  65  Fountainhall  road 
Christie  John  F.,  M.B.,  CM.  clinical  registrar  Royal  Inurmary, 

Woolmanhill ;   res.  3  Belvidere  crescent 
Christie  Joseph,  fish  curer,  Clyde  street,  Point  Law 
Christie  Mary  Jane  (Mrs.),  draper,  123*  Crown  street 
Christie  Robert,  fish  curer,  187  Albert  quay 
Christie  William,  caitwright,  10  Jopp's  lane 
Christie  William,  confectioner  &  fruiterer,  268  George  street 
Christie  William,  fish  curer,  82  Sinclair  road,  Torry 
Christie  William  M.B.,  CM.  physician  &■  surgeon,  399  Clifton  rd 
Christie  William,  tobacconist,  lb7  King  street 
Christie  William  S.  house  agent,  19  Marischal  street 
Church  of  Scotland  Women's  Association  for  Foreign  Missions, 

including  Zenana  work  (Mrs.  Jane  Simpson,  hon.  treasurer),  8 

Golden  square 
City  of  Aberdeen  Land  Association  Limited  (Edmonds   &  Leding- 

ham,    advocates,    16    Bridge    street;    Walker    &  Duncan,    sur- 
veyors), 3  Golden  square 
City  Accident  &  General  Insurance  Co.  Limited  (Alexander  K. 

Darg,  general  manager),  156  Union  street 
City   Chamberlain's    Office   (Peter   M.    Cran,    city  chamberlain), 

City  buildings,  Union  street;   T  N  387 
City  Clothing  Co.  tailors  &  clothiers,  10  &  12  Broad  street 
City  Fruit  Stores,  26  Market  street 
City  Property   Association    of   Aberdeen   Limited    (Edmonds    & 

Ledingham,  sees.),  16  Bridge  street 
City  Surveyor's  Office  (William  Dvack  M.Inst.C.E.  city  surveyor), 

City  buildiugs,  Union  street;   T  N  345 
City  Tax  Office  (P.  M.  Cfan,  collector ;  Robert  Williams,  cashier), 

City  buildings,  2  Broad  street 
Clapperton  Thomas  N.  restaurant,  46  Market  street 
Clark  Alexander  &  Co.  grocers,  30  South  Mount  street 
Clark  Brothers,  millers,  grain  merchants  &  hay  &  straw  dealers, 

56  Market  street  &  Paimerston  road 
Clark  &  Donaldson,  joiners,  87  Holburn  street 
Olark  &  Joss,  watch  makers  &  opticians,  57  Rosemount  viaduct 
Clark  Alexander,  butcher,  4  Mounthooly ;  res.  566  George  street 
Olark  Alexander,  fruiterer  (Geo.  Pegler  &  Co.),  31  Forest  avenue 
Clark  Alex,  grocer  (Cark  Alex.  &  Co.),  28  South  Mount  street 
Clark    Alexander,    solicitor,    &   clerk    to    the   Aberdeen   district 

committee    of  the   county   council,   13  Bridge  street;    res.   47 

Hamilton  place 
Clark  Alexander,  tailor,  49  &  53  Schoolhill ;  res.  16  Devonshire  rd 
Clark  Alexander,  watch  maker  (Olark  &  Joss),  20  Hill  street 
Clark  Andrew,  cabinet  maker  &  upholsterer,  32  Marywell  street 
Clark  Barbara  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  134  Hutcheon  street 
Clark  Catherine  (Mrs.),  fruiterer,412  George  st.  ;res.  425  George  st 
Clark  Christina  (Mrs.),   apartments,  451  Union  street 
Clark  David  W.  teller  National  Bank  of  Scotland,  67  Union  st. ; 

res.  1  Market  street 
Clark  George,  grocer,  41  Green 
Clark   George,    solicitor   (Youngson   &   Bain,    advocates),   Beech 

hill,  Milltimber 
Olark  George  William,  tailor,  23  Great  Western  road 
Clark  Isabella  (Mrs.),  midwife,  41  George  street 
Clark  James,  carting  contractor,  Poynernook  road 
Clark  James,  chemist,  389  Union  street 
Clark  James,  cooper,  Dunbar  street,  Old  Aberdeen 
Clark  James,  furniture  dealer,  106  Loch  street 
Olark  James,  grocer,  6  Crag  place,  Torry 
Olark  James,  slater,  115  High  street,  Old  Aberdeen 
Clark  James  Geddes,  commercial  traveller,  15  Belvidere  crescent 
Clark  James,  jun.  hay  &,  corn  merchant,  34  West  North  street; 

res.  2  Mount  street;   T  N  829 
Clark  Jessie  (Mrs.),  provision  dealer,  20  Charles  street 
Clark  John,  builder  (Watt  &  Olark),  44  King  street 
Clark  John  M.A.  classical  master  Grammar  school,  7  Chanonry, 

Old  Aberdeen 
Clark  John,  miller  (Clark  Brothers),  Aeolian  lodge,  Nigg 
Olark  John,  saw  maker  (A.  Callaghan  &  Sons),  23  Ferryhill  ter 
Clark  John,  tailor  &c.  214  George  street 
Clark  John  H.  shipmaster,  61  Hamilton  place 
Clark  John  Low,  solicitor,  63  Union  street,  Aberdeen;  res.  473 

Great  Northern  road 
Clark  John  T.  coach  builder,  46  Rose  street;  T  N  293;  res.  14 

Victoria  street  west 
Clark  Martha  (Miss),  shopkeeper,  87  Spital 
Olark  Mary  Ann  (Mrs.),  apartments,  175  Skene  street  west 

Clark  Patrick  William  Leslie,  solicitor,  231a,  Union  street;  res. 

202  Mid  Stocket  road 
Clark  Peter,  importer  of  Shetland  ponies, Ashbank, 36  Maberley  st 
Clark  Richard,  shopkeeper,  4  Spring  garden 
Clark  Richard  C.  engraver,  8  Little  Belmont  Btreeb 
Clark  Robert,  painter,  17  Don  street,  Old  Aberdeen 
Clark  William,  blacksmith,  31  Olaremount  street 
Clark  William,  waterworks  inspector,  Reservoir,  Mannofield 
Clark  William  G.  watch  maker,  23  George  st. ;  res.  1  Skene  place 
Clark  William  Henry  M.D.  physician  &  surge»n,  323  Clifton  rd 
Clark  William  W.  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  16  High  st.  Old  Aberdeen 
Clarke  Duncan,  teacher,  23  Argyll  place 
Ciarke  James,  City  restaurant,  23,  25  &  27  Netherkirkgate 
Cements  Charles,  granite  merchant,  115  Union  street 
Cluny  Estate  Office  (Ranald  Macdonald,  factor),  16  Union  terrace 

&  Cluny  castle 
Clyne,  Mitchell  &  Co.  engineers  &c.  Commercial  road ;  T  N  438 
Olyne   William    &    Sons,    engineers,    engineers'    factors    &c.    20 

Adelphi ;  T  N  205 
Clyne  Alfred  E.  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  20  Gallowgate;  res.  110 

Broomhill  road 
Clyne  Arthur,  architect,  123*  Union  street;  res.  6  Golden  square 
Olvne  Jas.  engineer  (Clyne,  Mitchell  &  Co.),  Rubislaw  den  south 
Coats  Thomas  Archibald,   solicitor,   17  Belmont  street;    res.   42 

Fonthill  road 
Cobb  James,  chimney  sweeper,  60  Caremount  street 
Cobban  George  Watson,  assistant  inspector  of  agencies,    G.   N. 

of  Scotland  Railway,  72  Dee  street 
Coburn  James,  shopkeeper,  98'  Causewayend 
Cochar  James,  spirit  dealer,  180a,  Gallowgate 
Cochar  Robert  (Mrs.),  spirit  dealer  (Crown),  3  Shore  brae 
Cochran  &  Macpherson,  advocates  &  notaries  public,  152  Union  st 
Cochran  Francis  James  M.A.  advocate  (Cochran  &  Macpherson), 

Millo,  Cults 
Cochrane  Thomas  J.P.  cashier  &  manager  Town  &  County  Bank 

Limited,  62  Union  street 
Cockburn  &  Campbell  (Edinburgh),  wine  merchants  (Peter  Mit- 
chell, agent),  21  Union  buildings 
Cocker    James  &  Sons,    rose  growers,   nursery- 
men, seedsmen  &  -florists,  130  Union  street;  T  N 

K43;    T  A  "Cocker,    Aberdeen;"    nurseries,    Suunypark   & 

Cocker  Alexander  M.  nurseryman  (J.  Cocker  &  Sons),  Sunnypark 
Cocker  William,  nurseryman  (J.  Cocker  &  Sons),  Morningfield 
Cockie  Alexander,  jobbing  gardener,   33  Caremount  street 
Collie  Andrew  &  Co.  grocers,  italian  warehousemen,  253  Union 

street;  T  N  154 
Collie  James  &  George,  advocates,  25  Union  street;  T  N  125 
Collie  Ann  (Miss),  dress  maker,  38  Rose  street 
Collie  David,   shopkeeper,  319  Great  Northern  road 
Collie   George  Duncan,   advocate    (James  &   George   Collie),    10 

Bon-Accord  crescent 
Collie  Isabella  (Mrs.),  toy  dealer,  6  St.  Clement  street 
Collie    James,   advocate   &  notary   (James   &   George   Collie),   7 

East  Cra.bstone  street  &  Viewbank,  Cults;  T  N  810 
Collie  James,  grain  &  seed  merchant,  114  Holburn  street;  T  N 

1506 ;  res.  43  Rosemount  viaduct 
Collie  James,  granite  merchant,  87  Holburn  street 
Collie  James,   shopkeeper,   62  Victoria  road,  Torry 
Collie  Jas.  Younger,  advocate  (Jas.  &  Geo.  Collie),  Viewbnk. Cults 
Collie  Jane  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  23  GUcomston  steps 
Collie  Robert,  accountant  (James  &  George  Collie,  advocates), 

Woodlands,  Cults 
Collie  William  Lee,  private  estate  office,  22  Ship  row 
Coihngs  Elizabeth  (Mrs.),  dress  maker,  28  Rosebank  place 
CoHingwood  Arthur,  professor  of  music,  193  Union  street 
Collins  Decima  (Miss),  stationer  &  news  agent,  33  Huntly  street 
Collison  Alexander,  saddler,  20  Back  wynd ;  res.  59  Esslemont  av 
Collison  David,  shopkeeper,  79  Summer  street 
Colonial   Mutual    Life   Assurance    Society    Limited    (Charles    A. 

Bodie,  res.  sec),  34  Bridge  street 
Colville  George  G.  ship  master,  77  Gray  street 
Cotvin  David  J.  shopkeeper,  51  Urquhart  road 
Combe  James,  temperance  hotel,  Bridge  street 
Commercial  Bank  of  Scotland  Limited  (branch)  (John  Rae  J.P. 

agent;  D.  W.  Mitchell,  accountant),  78  Union  street 
Commercial  Union  Assurance   Co.   Limited  (James  Milne,   jun. 

agent),  9  Union  terrace 
Connel  Jn. merchant  (Jamieson, Mitchell  &  Co.),45  Beechgrove  ter 
Conner  Jane  &  Margaret  (Misses),  fancy  goods  dealers,  49  to  52 

Market  gallery 
Conner   James,   sheriff  clerk   depute    of  Aberdeenshire   County 

buildings,  26  Braemar  place 
Conner  John,  tobacconist  &  cycle  dealer,  73  King  street 
Conner  John  J.  butcher,  la,  St.  Clement  street 
Connon  Richard  &  Co.  ship  &  insurance  brokers  &  coal  merchants, 

82  Market  street;  T  N  108 
Connon  Alexander,  shipmaster,  456  King  street 
Connon  Andrew,  cooper,  13  Virginia  street 
Connon' Elizabeth  (Miss),  apartments,  8  Albert  terrace 
Connon  Ferguson  A.  hair  dresser,  4a,  South  Mount  street;  res. 

26  Watson  street 
Connon  Francis  (Mrs.),  certificated  nurse,  114  Westburn  road 
Connon  Frederick  Louis,  mantle  saloon,  87  Union  street 
Connon  George,  grocer  (George  Angus  &  Co.),  3  Abbotsfbrd  place 
Connon  James,  spirit  dealer,  88  Spital 
Connon  John,  hair  dresser,  460  Great  Northern  road 
Connon  Mary  Jane  (Miss),  fancy  repository,  2  Beechgrove  terrace 
Connon  Janet  (Mrs.),  nurse,  54  St.  Nicholas  street 
Connon  Richard  A.  T>.  merchant  (R.  Connon  &  Co.),  &  Italian 

cunsular  agent,  82  Market  st. ;  res.  18  St.  Swithin  st.  ;T  N  1544 
Connon  Tom,  outfitter,  35  George  street 
Connon    William,    solicitor    (Whyte    &    Connon,    advocates),    35 

Cairnfield  place 
Convalescent  Home  &   Sisterhood   (St.   Margaret's)   (Rev.    John 

Comper,  chaplain),  Bay  view,  Spital 
Convalescent  Hospital  (Charles  Angus  M.B.,  CM.  sunt.;  Charles 

M.  Brown,  treasurer  &  clerk);  office,  343  Union  st.  Pitfodels 
Convent  (The)  of  the  Sacred  Heart  (Madame  G.  Walpole,  lady 

superior),  Queen's  cross 

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Conway  Margaret  (Mrs.),  bookseller,  lu*  Eosemount  viaduct 

Conway  Samuel  Ferguson,  jeweller,  63  Union  streec 

Cook  John   &   Son,   ship   &  insurance  brokers,    ship  owners   & 

emigration    agents,    62    Marischal    street;     T    N.    147;    T    A 

"  Cook,  Aberdeen  " 
Cook  Alec,  tailor,  31  Adelphi 

Cook  Alex,  house  carpenter,  197  Holburn  st. ;  res.  1\  Balmoral  la 
Cook  Alexander,  jun.  tea  &  wine  merchant  &  cork  manufacturer, 

2  &  4  Upperkirkgate ;  res.  The  Birches,  Peterculter 
Gook  C.  M.  harness  composition,  polishing  paste  &c.  manufacturer, 

129  John  street;  res.  4  Belvidere  crescent 
Cook  George  M.,  J.P.  ship  owner  &  consul  for  Sweden  &  Nor- 
way &  vice-consul  for  Portugal  (Jn.  Cook  &  Son),  30  Carden  pi 
Cook  Helen  (Mrs.),  apartments,  45  Springbank  terrace 
Cook  James,  merchant  &  vice-consul  for  Denmark  (John  Cook  & 

Son),  234  Great  Western  road 
Cook  John,  commercial  traveller,  122  Hamilton  place 
Cook  Nicholas,  shipmaster,  20  C.aremount  street 
Cooke  Charles,  hair  dresser,  82  Leadslde  road 
Cooke  Thomas,  head  master,  481  King  street 
Cooper  &  Co.  grocers  &  provision  dealers,  11  &  13  George  street 
Cooper  Patrick  &  Son,  advocates  &  notaries  public,  42  Union 

street;  T  N  149 
Cooper  Alexander,  commercial  traveller,  2S8  Clifton  road 
Cooper  Alexander,  cooper,  46  Virginia  street 
Cooper  Alexander,  grocer,  Rubislaw 
Cooper  Alexander  James,   photographer    (John  Hardie   &    Co.), 

26  Bon-Accord  terrace 

Cooper  Elizabeth  (Miss),  dress  maker,  31  Erskine  street 
Cooper  Elizabeth  (Mrs.),  fruiterer,  58  Spital 
Cooper  Francis,  clerk,  46  Irvine  place 
Cooper  George  Annand,  cabinet  maker,  9  Catherine  street 
Cooper  James,  joiner  &  contractor,  12  Merk'.and  road  east 
Cooper  James  G.  R.  manager,  72  Commerce  street;  T  N  202 
Cooper  John,  cabinet  maker,  36  Upperkirkgate 
Cooper  Mary  (Miss),  teacher  of  music,  46  Irvine  place 
Cooper  Patrick  M.A.  advocate  &  notary  public  (Patrick  Cooper  & 
Son),  &  sec.  &  treasurer  for  the  Aberdeen  Hospital  for  Incur- 
ables, 42  Union  street ;  res.  Rubislaw  Den  north 
Cooper  Robert,  ironmonger,  44  Green 
Cooper  Robert,  shorthand  writer,  54  Fountainhall  road 
Cooper  Rt.  shorthand  &  typewriter,  Sheriff  court ;  res.498Union  st 
Cooper  William,  joiner,  348  Great  Northern  road 
Cooper  Wm.  H.assist.  sec.Aberdeen  Educational  Trust, 352  King  st 
Copland  William  C.  &  Co.  slaters,  63  Hutcheon  street 
Copland  &  Co.  brush  makers,  2  North  St.  Andrew's  St.;  T  N  317 
Copeland  Alexander,  joiner,  66  &  88  Skene  square 
Copland   Alexander,    joint    manager   Aberdeen   Commercial   Co. 

Limited;  res.  78  Dee  street 
Copland    Christina    S.    (Miss)    F.E.I.  S.    head    teacher    Westfield 

Public  school,  School  house,  Westfield  school 
Copland  David,  grocer,  28  North  field  place 
Copland  Edward,  painter,  85  Rosemount  viaduct 
Copland  James,  spirit  dealer,  141  Skene  street 
Copland  Janet  (Mrs.),   shopkeeper  &  beer  retailer,  17  Bank  st 
Copland  John,  slater  &  plasterer,  54  Hutcheon  st. ;  res. 89  John  st 
Copland  William,  boot  maker,  19  Kintore  place 
Copland  W.  A.,  M.A.  tutor,  49  Carden  place 
Copland  William  Alexander,  tailor,  27  Loch  street 
Copland  William  McKinnon  M.A.  tutor,  49  Carden  place 
Corbet  William,  refreshment  rooms,  196  Market  street  &  5  Don 

street,  Old  Aberdeen 
Cordiner  James,  boat  builder,  South  esplanade  east,  Torry 
Cordiner  Jane  (Miss),  confectioner,  27  Windmill  brae 
Corke  Benjamin,  assessor  of  taxes  for  the  burgh  of  Aberdeen, 

27  King  street;   res.  7  Marine  terrace 

Cormach  Alexander,  commercial  traveller,  10  Great  Western  road 
Cormack  Alexander,  spirit)  dealer,  571  Great  Northern  road 
Cormack  Benjamin,  funeral  undertaker,  9£  Mounthooly 
Cormack  William  B.  bookseller  &c.  1  Blackfriars  street 
Cornwall  George  &  Sons,  color  printers  &  litho- 
graphers, engravers, bookbinders, paper  rulers 
&    general    commercial    stationers,    42    to    45 
Castle  street;  T  N  220;  TA  "Cornwall,  Aberdeen" 
Cornwall  Geo.  A.  pripter  (Geo.  Cornwall  &  Sons),  145  Holburn  st 
Cornwall  Joseph  S.  printer  (Geo.  Cornwall  &,  Sons),Gordondale  rd 
Coroon  James,  shopkeeper,  153  Constitution  street 
Corporation   Electricity   Works    (James   A.    Bell,    city    electrical 

engineer),  22  Cotton  street 
Corporation  Gas  Works,  Cotton  street 
Cosgrove  Edward  Alban,  manager,  7  Argyll  crescent 
Costantini  Carlo,  ice  cream  maker,  49a,  Virginia  street 
Cotton  Francis  L.  &  Co.  photographers,  78  Woolmanhill 
Cotton  Francis  L.  photographer  (Francis  L.   Cotton  &  Co.),   15 

Canal  street 
Cotton  James,  paraffin  oil  &  lamp  dealer,  178  Gallowgate;  res. 

Mary  cottage,  Canal  street 
Coulter  Robt.  dairyman,  71  &  73  Leadside  rd.  &  196  Rosemount  pi 
Courage  David,  spirit  dealer,  7  &  9  Marischal  street 
Court  House,  County  buildings,  Castle  street 
Coutts  William  &  Sons,  painters  &c.  216b,  Union  street 
Coutts  Alexander,  shopkeeper,  130  Upper  Denburn 
Coutts  Andw.  W. watch  ma.  450  Union  st. ;  res.  196  Gt.Western  rd 
Coutts  Archd.  engnr.  (Wm.  McKinnon  &  Co.),  30  Beechgrove  ter 
Coutts  Archibald,  manager,  61  Beechgrove  terrace 
Coutts  Charles.  Banks  of  Dee  granite  works ;  res.  22  Bank  street 
Coutts  Chas.  chemist  &  druggist,  26  Broad  st. ;  res.  8  Roslin  ter 
Coutts  Christina  (Miss),  shopkeeper,  226  Holburn  street 
Coutts  (fteorge,  architect,  22  John  street ;  T  N  296  ;  res.  24  John  st 
Coutts  George,  shopkeeper,  2  St.  Andrew  street 
Coutts  George  D.  grocer,  53  Victoria  road,  Torry 
Coutts  James,  clerk,  80  Desswood  place 

Coutts  James,  granite  worker  (R.  D.  Cruickshank  &  Co.),  Haw- 
thorn cottage,  Walker  road,  Torry 
Coutts  James,  watch  maker,  46  Holburn  street;  res.  69  Union  gro 
Coutts  James  (Mrs.),  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  42  Gordon  street 
Coutts  James  Alexander  Charles,  manager  "  Aberdeen  Journal  & 
Daily  Advertiser,"  18,  20  &  22  Broad  street;    res.  128  Huntly 
street,  Huntly 
Coutts  James  Henry,  grocer,  34  Queen's,  road 

Coutts  Jessie  (Miss),  nurse,  76  Union  grove 

Coutts  John,  painter  (W.  Coutts  &  Sons),  196  Great  Western  road 

Coutts  John,  spirit  dealer,  124  Wellington  road 

Coutts  John,  wholesale  grocer,  21  &  23  Craigie  street;  res.  Cosy 

knowl,  Clifton  road 
Coutts  John,  jun.  stock  &  share  broker  (Jamea  Biack  &  Co.), 

28  Belvidere  crescent 
Coutts  Margaret  (Miss),  wardrobe  dealer,  332  Great  Northern  rd 
Coutts  Mary  (Miss),  dress  maker,  85  Leslie  terrace 
Coutts  Mary  (Mrs.),  grocer,  531  Great  Western  road 
Coutts  Nellie  (Miss),  teacher  of  music,  244  George  street 
Coutts  Peter,  collector  Aberdeen  &  Northern  Friendly  Society, 

213  George  street;  res.  Nellfield  place 
Coutts  Thomas,  manager,  40  Hamilton  place 
Coutts  William,  aerated  water  manufacturer,  60  &  62  Queenjt. ; 

res.  10  Strawberry  bank 
Coutts  WUliam,  grocer,  83  Rosemount  place ;  T  N  454 
Coutts  William,  slater,  16  Chattan  place;  res.  44  Devonshire  road 
Coutts  William  A.  painter  (W.  Coutts  &  SonB),  196  Gt.  Western  rd 
Cow  Chas.  painter  &  decrtr.  101  Rosemount  pi. ;  res.  1  Eden  placo 
Cowan  Rev.  Henry  D.D.  professor  of  divinity  &  church  history, 

Aberdeen  University;  res.  31  College  bounds,  Old  Aberdeen 
Cowe  John,  commission  agent,  29  Carmelite  street 
Cowie  &  Bell,  solicitors,  115  Union  street 
Cowie  &  Hadden,  firewood  dealers,  Clay  hills 
Cowie  Agnes  (Mrs.),  wardrobe  dealer,  22  Castle  street 
Cowie  Alexander,  Exchange  dining  rooms,  22  to  24  Exchange  st. 

&  21  Stirling  street 
Cowie  Charles,  cartwright  &  blacksmith,  184  West  North  street 
Cowie  George,  hair  dresser,  4  Belmont  st. ;  res.  8  Loanhead  ter 
Cowie  George,  jobbing:  gardener,  Stone  house,  Hardgate 
Cowie  George  Rae,  solicitor  (Cowie  &  Bell),  16  Cairnfield  place 
Cowie  James,  carter,  Duff  street 
Cowie  James  plumber,  132  Causewayend 
Cowie  Jane  (Mrs.)  dairy,  23  Queen  street 
Cowie  John,  inland  revenue  officer,  29  Brighton  place 
Cowie  Margaret  (Miss),  draper,  30  Portland  street" 
Cowie  William,  commercial  traveller,  108  Leslie  terrace 
Cowie  William  Beaton,  commercial  traveller,  16  Gray  street 
Cox  Thomas,  grocer,  33  Upperkirkgate;  res.  54  St.  Nicholas  st 
Crabbe  Jane  (Mrs.),  schoolmistress,  23  Irvine  place 
Craib  Jane  (Miss)  &  Co.  wholesale  provision  mers.  63  John  st 
Craig  Thomas  &  Sons,  tobacco  manufacturers,  23,  25  &  29  John 

street;  T  N  613  ;  T  A  "  Tobacco,  Aberdeen  " 
Craig  Agnes  (Miss),  apartments,  154  Crown  street 
Craig  Alexander,  boat  hirer,   South  esplanade  west,  Torry;   res.  • 

i  og  park  street 
Craig  Alex,  fish  curer,  Poynernook  rd. ;  res.  45  Menzies  rd.Torry 
Craig  Alexander,  saddler,  15  Schoolhill 
Craig  Amelia  (Miss),  milliner,  55  Victoria  street 
Craig  Andw. jun.chemist,210Gallowgate  ;TN,K10;  res.65Argyle  pi 
Crai"  Ann  (Mrs.),  fish  dealer,  Market  basement 
C-aig  Arthur,  tobacco  mnfr.  (T.  Craig  &  Sons),  22  Hamilton  place 
Craig  Charles,  shopkeeper,  18  North  Constitution  street 
Crai°  George,  fish  curer,  Eaik  road ;  res.  16  Sinclair  road 
Craig  George  (Mrs.),  grocer,  35  Abbey  road,  Torry 
Craig  Henry,  grocer,  19  Mount  street  west 
Craig  Jane  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  46  West  North  street 
Crail  Jessie  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  104  Causewayend    . 
Craig  John  M.A.  teacher  of  mathematics  &  bookkeeprag.Gordon  s 

coflege ;  res.  147  Mid  Stocket  road 
Craig  Norman,  joiner,  Old  Mill  road 
Craig  Patricia  (Mrs.),  grocer,  48  Urquhart  road 
Craig  Eobert,  shopkeeper,  18  East  North  street 
Craig  Thos.  music  publisher  &  dealer,  404  to  408  George  street 
Craig  Thos.  tobacco  manufr.  (T.  Craig  &  Sons),  22  Hamilton  pi 
Craig  Thomas  L.  traveller,  47  Richmond  street 
Craig  William  G.  boot  maker,  66  &  193  George  street  &  208  Hol- 
burn street;  res.  Park  hill,  West  Cults 
Craigen  George,  confectioner  &  tobacconist,  10  to  14  Guild  street 
Craigen  Jas.  Brown,  fruiter  &  confectioner,  23  Holburn  street 
Craigen  John,  photographer,  15  Crown  street 
Craigen  John,    solicitor,   193   Union  street;    T  N    488;    res.   40 

Carden  place  „„  __  ,. 

Craigen  Maggie  (Miss),  dress  maker,  30  Holburn  street 
Craighead  &  Co.  grcrs.  &  spirit  airs.  29  Fountainhall  rd;TN  162. 
Craighead  Elsie  (Mrs.),  grocer  (Craighead  &  Co.),  4  Beaconsfld.  pi 
Craighead  Margaret  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  31  Bloomheld  road 
Craighead  Mary  Ann  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  14  Lime  street 
Craigmyle  Andrew  William,  commercial  traveller,  68  Hose  street 
Craigmyle    Robert,    district    superintendent    British  . Workman  B 

&  General  Assurance  Co.  Limited;   res.  126  Broomhul  road 
Cran  Peter  &  Son,  wholesale  grocers,  106  Green 
Cran  Alexander  J.  wine  &  spirit  merchant  (John  Bisset  &  Co.), 
Newham  cottage,  475  King  street  TiM.si_ 

Cran  George,  inspector  of  weights  &  measures  for  West  Division 

of  Aberdeenshire,  Lodge  walk;   res.  31  Braemar  place 
Cran  Times    saipbroker  (W.  Leslie  &  Co.),  12  Gray  street 
CrS  Newell  BuTnett,  chemist,  &  post  office,  28  Esslemont  aven 
Cran  Peter  M     C.A.  city  chamberlain,  gas  treasurer  &  treasurer 

of  police,  Town  house;  res.  70  Hamilton  place 
Cran  Robert,  boot  maker,  50  St.  Nicholas  st:;  res  134 Crown  st 
Crau  Robert,  cashier,  Newham  cottage,  475  King  street 
Cran  Robt.  Geo.boot  maker  (Glenme  &  Cran),    4  Batooral  place 
Cran  Wm.  wholesale  grocer  (Peter  Cran  &  Son)    48  Whiter, ah  pi 
Cran  William  S.  bank  manager  Union  Bank  of  Scotland  (Hol- 
burn branch) ;  res.  475  King  street 
Crawford  William,  furniture  dealer    59  Green 
Cres^v   Vnnie  (Mrs.),  apartments,  48  St.  Nicholas  street 
Crichton  Jas  mnftrng.  chemist  (Jn.Miller  &  Co.),24  St.Swithir,  3t 
Crichton  Jane  (Miss),  shopkeeper,  30  Spital  „_,..'■♦ 

Crichton  Jc,hn,granite  worker,  229  King  street ;  res.41  Orchard  st 
Crockart  Hannah  (Mrs.),  news  agent,  16  Jack  s  brae 
Crockett  William,  manager,  94  Leslie  terrace 
Crofts  Joseph,  butcher,  366  Great  Western  road 
Croll  &  Urquhart,  solicitors,  35a,  Union  street 
Croll  Alexander,  baker,  58  King  street  1 

Croll  George,  solicitor  (Croll  &  Urquhart),  7b  Beaconsheld  place 
Croll  John,  householder,  45  Albert  street 





Croll  John,  solicitor,  74  Union  street);  res.  9  Balmoral  place 
CroU  Matthew,  baker,  169  Gallowgate;   30  Hadden  street;   res. 

54  Lonehead  terrace 
Cromar  J,  &  A.  dentists,  15  Belmont  street 
Cromar  Alex,  dentist  (J.  &  A.  Cromar),  5  Gladstone  place 
Cromar  Helen  (Miss),  news  agent,  340  King  street 
Cromar  James,  news  agent,  1  Urquhart  road 
Cromar  John,  bank  clerk,  41  Duuiie  terrace 
Cromar  John,  dentist  (J.  &  A.  Cromar),  5  Gladstone  place 
Cromar  William,  joiner,  13  West  North  street 
Cromar   William,   plumber   &   gasfitter,   39    St.    Swithin   street; 

res.  262  Union  grove 
Crombie  J.    &  J.   Limited,   woollen  manufacturers,    Grandholm 

works,  Woodside;  T  N  287 ;  T  A  "  Grandholm,  Aberdeen  " 

Crombie  James  J. P.   sugar  broker,   produce  &  grain  merchant, 

shipping  agent  &  manager  of  Aberdeen,  Leith  &  Moray  Firth 

Steam  Shipping  Co.  Limited,  3  Trinity  buildings;  T  N  9,  13  & 

483;  T  A  "  Crombie,  Aberdeen;"  res.  18  Queen's  road;X  UJ53 

Crombie  Jas.  Edwd.  manufr.  (J.  &  J.  Crombie  Lim.),  Inverdon 

Crombie  James  Forbes,  manufacturer  (J.  &  J.  Crombie  Limited). 

Crombie  James  Melville  Paterson  M.B.,   CM.,  L.D.S.E.   physi- 
cian &  surgeon,  5  Golden  square 
Crombie  Jn.  fruitr.  &  confctnr.  164  King  st. ;  re3.  25  Sth.Mount  st 
Crombie  John  William  M.P.  manufacturer  (J.  &  J.  Crombie  Lim.), 

91  Onslow  square,  London  S  W 
Crombie  Peter  L.D.S.R.C.S.Edin.  dentist,  5  Golden  square 
Crombie  Theodore,  manufacturer  (J.  &  J.  Crombie  Limited),  18 

Albyn  place ;  T  N  1588 ;  &  Banchory  lodge,  Kincardine 
Crombie    Walter    Paterson    M.B.,    CM.,    L.D.S.E.    physician   & 

surgeon,  5  Golden  square 
Crombie  William,  fish  carer,  Point  Law 
Crombie  William  A.  harbour  master  &  captain  pilot,  Pocra  pier; 

T  N  21  &  26 
Crookshanks  Peter,  tobacconist,  176  George  street 
Crosgrove  James,  manager,  178  Crown  street 
Crowe  George  H.  manager  William  Black:  &  Co.  Devanhu  cottage, 

Ferry  hill 
Crowe   William   Chri3bie  M.B.,    CM.    surgeon,    8   Albyn  place; 

surgery,  14  Schoolhill 
Cruden  George  M.A.  advocate  (Storie,  Cruden  &  Co.),  Rubislaw 

park,  Rubislaw 
Cruden  William,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  24  Chapel  street 
Cruickshank  A.  &  Co.  hosiers  &  glovers,  105  Union  street 
Cruickshank  E.  D.  &  Co.   granite  merchants  &  monumental  & 
architectural  workers ;    designs  &  prices  free  on  application, 
Albyn  granite  works,  Torry.     See  advertisement 
Cruickshank  &  Sellar,  iron  merchants  &  ironmongers,   30  &  32 

Virginia  street ;  T  N  456 ;  T  A  "  Sellar,  Aberdeen  " 
Cruickshank    Alexander,    Bon- Accord    hotel    &    restaurant,    19 

Market  street 
Cruickshank  Alexander,    clerk  of  works  (G.N.  of  S.  Railway  Co.), 

118  Union  grove 
Cruickshank  Alex,  dairyman,  25  Huntly  street 
Cruickshank  Alexander,  head  brewer,  5  Milburn  street 
Cruickshank  Ann  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  iu*  Causewayend 
Cruickshank  Colin  A.  bookseller,  26  Market  gallery 
Cruickshank  Geo.  conimsn.  agt.37Market  st. ;  res. 374Gt. Western  rd 
Cruickshank  George,  spirit  dealer,  524  George  street 
Cruickshank  Geo. P.  surgeon-dentist  300,  &  chemist  302,  George  st 
Cruickshank  George  T.  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  52£  Skene  square ; 

res.  63  Argyle  piace 
Cruickshank  Isabella  (Mrs.),  draper,  36  Bank  street 
Cruickshank  James,  butcher,  21  Rosemount  viaduct 
Cruickshank  James,  commercial  traveller,  35  Mile  End  avenue 
Cruickshank  James,  commercial  traveller,  82  Stanley  street 
Cruickshank  James,  sohool  teacher,  61  Beaconsfield  place 
Cruickshank  Jane  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  22  Skene  street 
Cruickshank  Jessie  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  75  Hutcheon  street 
Cruickshank  John,  baker,  97  High  street 
Cruickshank  John,  chemist,  42  George  street 
Cruickshank  John,  commercial  traveller,  o  St.  Mary's  place 
Cruickshank  John,  furniture  dealer,  100  George  street ;   res.  28 

Clifton  road 
Cruickshank  John,  market  gardener,  Middletield,  Cornhill 
Cruickshank  John  F.  schoolmaster,  42  Gladstone  place 
Cruickshank  John  Thomas,  traveller,  22  Powis  terrace 
Cruickshank  Lewis,  janitor  &  curator  of  Museum  Free  Church 

College,  2  Alford  place 
Cruickshank  Margaret'  (Miss),  apartments,  423  Union  street 
Cruickshank  Robert,  boot  maker,  70£  Regent  quay 
Cruickshank  William,  baker,  119  Holburn  street 
Cruickshank  William  , grocer,  36  Jamaica  street;  res.  2  Lamont  pi 
"Cruickshank  William,  tailor,  27  Bridge  street 
Cruickshank  William,  tailors'  cutter,  7  Argyll  crescent 
Cruickshank  William  Alexander,  granite  worker  (R.  1).  Cruick- 
shank &  Co.),  115  Broomhill  road 
.  Cruickshank  William  Bennett,  cashier,  31  Dee  street 
Cullen  Alexander  Walker,   sub-editor   "'Aberdeen   Journal,"    55 

Thomson  street 
Culter  Mills  Paper  Co.  Lim.  29  Carmelite  st. ;  &  at  Peterculter 
Cumine  John.  P.,  M.A.  advocate  (Watt  &  Cumine),  Ferryhill  ho 
'Gumming  Alexander,  boot  maker,  29  Mounthooly 
Gumming  James,  traveller,  24  Fountainhall  road 
Gumming  Mary  (Mrs.),  baker,  Mannofield 
Gumming  Michie  Forbes  Gray,  cashier,  32  Desswood  place 
Gumming   Robert,    advocate,    63    Union  street ;    res.   262    Great 

Western  road 
Cumming  Robert,  cabinet  maker  &  upholsterer,  65  Broad  street 
Cimmings  Mary  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  92  Green 
•Cummings  William  M.  spirit  dealer,  15  Market  street 
Cummins  John,  Prince  of  Wales  hotel,  8  &  9  St.  Nicholas  lane 
Curr  Thomas  &  Co.  tea  &  coffee  merchants,  28  Schoolhill;   j.  .N 

81 ;  T  A  "  Curr,  Aberdeen  " 
Curr  Alex.  Y.  tea  mer.  (Thomas  Curr  &  Co.),  95  Hamilton  place 
Curr  Thos.  tea  mer.  (Thos.  Curr  &  Co.);  The  Terrace,  Seafield 
Currie  George  &  Co.  slaters,  3i  Gilcomston  park 
Currie  Richard,  spirit  dealer,  79  Charlotte  street 
Currie  William,  grocer  (George  Angus  &  Co.),  22  Caledonia  place 

Curtis  George,  inland  revenue  officer,  106  Broomhill  road 
Cushnie  Margaret  (Mrs.),  nurse,  19  Little  Chapel  screec 
Custom  House  (Henry  'de  Mouilpied,   collector  &  surveyor),  35 

Regent  quay 
Cuthbert  Helen  (Miss),  householder,  12  North  Silver  street 
Dailuaine-Xalisker  Distilleries  Limited,  94  to  98  Hardgate 
Dakers  Alexander,  engraver,  printer  &  stationer,  17  Guestrow; 

res.  98  Constitution  street 
Dakers  Jas.  coach  builder,  7  Union  wynd;  res.  5  Union  wynd 
Dalgarno  James  John  Young  M.A.,  M.B.,  CM.  surgeon  &  medical 

officer,  City  parish  council,  25  Bon-Accord  terrace 
Dalgaruo  Joseph,  nurseryman,  Damside  cottage,  Whitehall  place- 
Dalgarno  Mary  (Miss),  shopkeeper,  7  Upper  Denburn  street 
Dalgarno  William,  miller,  82  Spring  garden;  res.  92  Gerrard  st 
Dalgety  Brothers,  engineers  &  makers,  66  Hutcheon  street 
Dalgety  Alexander,  engineer  (Dalgety  Brothers),  Kinaldie 
Dalgety  William,  engineer  (Dalgety  Brothers),  Kinaldie 
Dalg'.eish  James,  commission  agent,  156  Market  street 
Dalgleish   William,    governor   East   Poor   House;    res.    Friends- 
bank,  Mounthooly 
Dallas  Agnes  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  26  Frederick  street 
Dallas  Charles,  butcher,  9  Upper  Denburn 
Dallas  George,  fruiterer,  93  Rosemount  place 
Daniel  Jas.  &  Son,  booksellers,  stationers  &  printers,  46  Castle  Ft 
Daniel  Chas.  W.  inspector  Northern  Assur.  Woodend,  Hazelhead 
Daniel  James  W.  spirit  dealer,  47  Castle  street 
Daniel  William,  cartwright  (J.  &  J.  Ingram),  4  Elmbank  road 
Daniels    George,    manager   Aberdeen   Match  Manufacturing   Co. 

15  Grosvenor  place 
Darg  Alex.  Kelman,  general  manager  City  Accident  &  General 
Insurance    Co.    Limited,    156    Union    street;     res.    Wellbrae. 
Darling  David  Cnurseryman  (Cardno  &  Darling),  2  Horsefield  av 
David  Jane  (Mrs.),  nurse,  19  Albyn  grove 
David  William,  stone  letter  cutter,  317  King  street 
David  William,  jun,  commercial  traveller,  1  Holland  street 
Davidson  Brothers,  cabinet  makers  &  upholsterers,  1314;  Unii^. 

street  &  45  &  47  Chapel  street 
Davidson  C.  &  Sons  Limited,  paper  &  paper   bag 
manufacturers,     lithographic     &      Gctterpreso 
printers,  Mugie  Moss  (Mill  No.  66)   &   Buxburn 
(Mill  No.  SO);  paper  works,  Auchmill,  Aberdeen- 
shire;   Aberdeen    warehouse,    4  Trinity  quay; 
T    N     33 ;    Glasgow    warehouse,    59    St.    Enoch 
square;    Kewcastle-on-Tyne  warehouse,   High 
Bridge;  Liverpool  warehouse,  14A,  Peter's  lane; 
Edinburgh  warehouse,  Cast! e  terrace  ;  London 
warehouse,      Paul's      Pier      wharf,      23      Uppe- 
Thames  street  E  C  ;  T  N  34;  TA"  Paper,  Aberdeen" 
Davidson  Charles  R.  &  Co.  coal  merchants,  21  Regent  quay 
Davidson  &  Garden,  advocates  &  notaries,  sees.  &  treasurers  to 
the  Ophtha'.mic  Institution  &  sees,  to  the  Grove  Cemetery  Co. 
Limited,  12  Dee  street;  T  N  76 
Davidson  (D.),  Gray  &  Co.  fish  curers,  Albert  quay 
Davidson  George  &  William,  rope,  twine  &  net  manufacturers, 
salmon  fishers  &  merchants,  St.  Clement's  street  &  Commercial 
road;  T  N  355;  TA"  RivPr,  Aberdeen" 
Davidson  J.  &  A.  coal  merchants  &  steamship  owners,  Provost 
Blaikie's  quay;   Provost  Jamieson's  quay  &>  125  Union  street; 
T  N  45  &  46;  T  A  "  Davidson,  Aberdeen  " 
Davidson  John  A.  &  Co.  boot  makers,  451  George  street 
Davidson  &  Kay,  chemists,  205  Union  st.  &  2  Holburn  st.  ;T  if  72 
Davidson  &  Scorgie,  solicitors,  74  Union  street 
Davidson  W.  &  Son,  tailors  &  hosiers,  123  Union  st. ;  T  if  573 
Davidson  &  Co.  hair  dressers,  247  George  street 
Davidson  Alexander,  commercial  traveller,  67  Dee  street 
Davidson  Alexander,  district  superintendent  London,  Edinburgh 

&  Glasgow  Assurance  Co.  Limited,  5  Rosemount  viaduct 
Davidson  Alexander,  hair  dresser  (Davidson  &  Co.),  91  John  st 
Davidson    Alexander,    insurance   superintendent    London,    Edin- 
burgh &  Glasgow  Assurance  Co.  Limited,  62  Skene  6treet 
Davidson  Alexander,  mer.  (J.  &  A.  Davidson),  Woodbank,  Cults 
Davidson  Andrew,  advocate  &  chartered  accountant  (James  Mes- 

ton  &  Co.),  Denville,  Forest  road 
Davidson  Ann  (Mrs.),  hosier  &  stationer,  554  George  6treet 
Davidson  Ann  (Mrs.),  refreshment  room  kpr.39  Market  basemen c 
Davidson  Annie  (Miss),  draper,  65  Queen  street 
Davidson  Cartwright   Prank,    cabinet  maker   (Davidson  Bros.), 

35  Forest  avenue 
Davidson  Charles,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  48  Upper  Denburn 
Davidson  Charles  Brown  LL.D.  advocate  (Lumsden  &  Davidson \ 
&    clerk   to    Garioch    district    committee,    &    town    clerk    of 
Inverurie,   hon.    sheriff's   court   substitute    of   Aberdeen,   Kin- 
cardine &  Banff,   15   Dee  street;    T    N  101;    res.   Roundhnv, 
Fonthill  road  ;  T  N  416 
Davidson    Charles    James   M.A.,    LL.B.    advocate    (Lumsden    & 

Davidson) ;   res.  Roundhay,  Fonthill  road 
Davidson  Charles  R.  Club  hotel  &  restaurant,  11  Market  street 
Davidson  Crissy  (Mrs.),  confectioner,  221  Holburn  street 
Davidson  David,  blacksmith,  68  Gordon  Btreet 
Davidson  David,  grocer,  126  Mid  Stocket  road 
Davidson  Dvd. paper  mnfr. (C.Davidson  &  Sons  Lim.),21  Queen's  rd 
Davidson  Elizabeth  (Miss),  bookseller  &  stationer,  76  George  s-t 
Davidson  Elizabeth  (Miss),  hosier,  42  Belmont  street 
Davidson  Elizabeth  (Miss),  nurse,  57  Beechgrove  terrace 
Davidson  Elizabeth  (Miss),  shopkeeper,  375  Gt.   Northern  road 
Davidson  George,  hair  dresser,  63  Justice  atreet 
Davidson  George,  lecturer  (Free  Church  Training  College),  105 

Leslie  terrace 
Davidson  Geo.J.P.merchant  (G.  &  W.  Davidson),  Wellwood,Cults 
Davidson  George,  jun.  slater,  8  Thistle  street 
Davidson  George,  traveller,  16  Argyll  place 

Davidson  George  Farquhar  M.B.,  CM.  surgeon,57  Beechgrove  fcer 
Davidson    Hendry,    tailor   &c.    (W.    Davidson   &    Son),    46    Don 

street,  Old  Aberdeen 
Davidson  James,  agent    Union  Bank  of  Scotland  Limited,  203 

Union  street;  res.  296  Great  Western  road 
Davidson  Jas.  coal  mer.  (J.  &  A.  Davidson),  Homewood,  Mannofld 
Davidson  James,  furniture  dealer,  411  George  street 

42       ABERDEEN. 



Davidson    James    J.P.    general    manager    Scottish    Employers' 
Liability   &   General   Insurance   Co.    Limited,   9   King  street ; 
res.  68  Hamilton  place 
Davidson  James,  granite  agent,  12  Irvine  place 
Davidson  James,  grocer,  24  Pocra  quay 
Davidson  James,  provision  dealer,  110  Skene  street 
Davidson  James,  saddler  623,  &  res.  425,  George  street 
Davidson  James,  schoolmaster,  3  Argyll  crescent 
Davidson  James,  spirit  dealer,  39  Lodge  walk 
Davidson  James,  steam  barking  yard,  Albert  quay 
Davidson  Jas.  B.  solicitor,  46a,  Union  st. ;  res.  198  Westburn  rd 
Davidson  James  M.  fish  curer,  Russell  road 
Davidson  James   S.  herring  exporter,   28   Guild  street;    res.   98 

Hamilton  place 
Davidson  James  W.  advocate  &  town  dlerk  depute  &  clerk  to 

Burgh  court,  Town  house;  res.    34  Hamilton  place 
Davidson  Jane    (Mrs.),    refreshment   rooms,   215    Gallowgate   & 

64  John  street 
Davidson  Jane  Brebner  (Miss),  teacher  of  music,  102  Crown  st 
Davidson  Janet  (Miss),  berlin  wool  repository,  43  Green 
Davidson  John,  bookseller,  179  Crown  street  &  31  Chattan  place; 

res.  50  Bon-Accord  terrace 
Davidson  John,  boot  maker  (John  A.  Davidson  &  Co.),  11  Powia  pi 
Davidson  John,  cartwright  &  blacksmith,  96  Causewayend 
Davidson  John,  spirit  dealer,  Sinclair  road,  Torry 
Davidson  John  (Mrs.),  clothes  dealer,  108  King  street 
Davidson  Margaret  (Mrs.),  general  dealer,  9  Chapel  street 
Davidson  Mary  (Miss),  costumier,  26  Crown  street 
Davidson  Mary   (Mrs.),   fruiterer,    Market  hall;    res.   Hillhead, 

Hilton,  Woodside 
Davidson  Mary  (Mrs.),  grocer,  283  Rosemount  place 
Davidson  Peter,  cashier,  101  Claremont  street 
Davidson  Robert,  bicycle  dealer,  356  King  st. ;  res.  27  Duthie  ter 
Davidson  Robert,  cabinet  maker  (Davidson  Bros.)*  250  Union  gro 
Davidson  Robert,  grocer,  481  Great  Northern  road 
Davidson  Robert,  timber  merchant,  3  Willowdale  place 
Davidson  Robt.A.P.  solicitor  (Davidson  &  Scorgie),  27  Duthie  ter 
Davidson  Robina  (Mrs.),  apartments,  24  North  Silver  street 
Davidson  Thomas,  auctioneer  &  fish  salesman,  Commercial  road  & 
Albert  quay;    T  A   "Fish,   Aberdeen;"   T  N   1000;    res.   13 
Affleck  street 
Davidson  Thomas,  grocer,  38  Hartington  road 
Davidson  William,  cashier,  71  Springbank  terrace 
Davidson  William,  dairyman,  24  Spital 
Davidson  William,  livery  stable  keeper,  2  Gaelic  lane 
Davidson  William,  market  gardener,  173  Clifton  road 
Davidson  Wm.  tobacconist,  25  Bridge  st ;  res.  71  Springbank  ter 
Davidson  William,  wholesale  druggist,  54  Castle  street 
Davidson  William  F.  spirit  dealer,  6  Trinity  street 
Davidson  William  L.,  M.A.,  LL.D.   logic  lecturer,  University  of 

Aberdeen;  res.  8  Queen's  gardens 
Davie  George,  grain  merchant  (Gorrod  &  Davie),  58  Huntly  street 
Davie  James,  jobbing  gardener,  161  Hardgate 
Davies  T.  H.  &  Co.  hardware  merchants,  140  Union  street 
Davies  E!?pet  (Mrs.),  nurse,  20  Chapel  street 
Davis  Margaret  (Miss),  private  school,  2  Argyll  place 
Dawson  &  Math'son,  cycle  makers  &  engineers,  33  Thistle  street 
Dawson  Alexander,  granite  merchant  &  worker,  Victoria  Bridge 

granite  works,  Torry 
Dawson  Alexander,  commission  agent,  14  Carmelite  street 
Dawson  Eliza  (Mrs.),  dress  maker,  431  Union  street 
Dawson  George,  boot  maker,  46  John  st.  *,  res.  11  Calsayseat  road 
Dawson  George  C,  F.C.O.  teacher  of  music,  64  Bon-Accord  street 
Dawson  James,  draper,  203  Holburn  street ;  res.  58  Duthie  ter 
Dawson  James,  janitor  Girls'  High  school,  19  Albyn  place 
Dawson  James,  quarry  manager,  21  Lily  Bank  place 
Dawson  Jessie  (Mrs.),  grocer,  120  Skene  street 
Dawson  John,  cycle  maker  (Dawson  &  Mathison),  74  Broomhill  rd 
Dawson  Robert  C.  painter  &  decorator,  25  Chattan  plac*: 
Dawson  William,  card  board  maker  (Paterson,  Mitchell  &  Daw- 
son), 8  Beechgrove  terrace 
Dawson  William,  clothier,  173  Rosemount  place 
Dawson  William,   house  carpenter   &  horticultural  builder,   74 

Huntly  street;  T  N  444 
Deaf  &  Dumb  Institution  (Alex.  Edmond,  jun.  treasurer  &  sec. ; 

Alex.  Pender,  supt.  &  teacher),  37  Belmont  street 
Dean  James,  plumber,   32  Queen  street 
Dean  John  Reid  S.S.C.  (Burnett  &  Reid),  20  King  street 
Deane  John  C.   sheriff  clerk  depute,   ordinary  civil  &  criminal 
department,  County  buildings,  Castle  st. ;  res.  91  Desswood  pi 
Deans  Annie  (Miss),  milliner  89,  res.  204,  King  street 
Deans  Margaret  (Mrs),  shopkeeper,  27  College  bounds 
Deans  Matthew,  chimney  sweep,  19  Gilcomston  steps 
Deans  Walter,  corn  dealer  4,  &  livery  stable  keeper  4£,  Meal- 
market  street 
Dee  &  Dun  Fishery  Boards'  Office  (Alexander  Duffus,  clerk),  146 

Union  street 
Dee  Swimming'  Club  &  Humane  Society  (George  Wood,   Bee), 

South  side,  Victoria  bridge;  res.  7  Fish  street 
Deeside  Farmers'   Association  (James  John  Mackenzie,  sec),  21 

King  street 
De  Lessert  Alfd.  Alexr.,  L.D.S.R. C.S.I,  dentist,  220  Union  st 
de   Mouilpied   Henry,    collector    &    surveyor   H.M.    customs,    35 

Regent  quay ;  res.  2  Forest  road 
Denmark  Consulate  (James  Cook,  consul),  62  Marlschal  street 
Dennis  John  Watt,  grocer,  1  Rosebank  place 
Deuchar  James,  boot  maker,  115  Holburn  street 
Deuchar  Mary  (Miss),  dress  maker,  86  Fonthill  road 
Deuchar  William,  clerk,  180  Union  grove 
Dewar  David,  draper,  49  Castle  street 

Dewar  William,  draper,  374  George  street;  res.  204  Westburn  rd 
Dey  John,  schoolmaster,  13  Mile  End  avenue 
Dey  Peter,  fish  merchant  (Allan  &  Dey),  38  Fonthill  road 
Diack  Arthur,  tailor,  308  George  street 
Diack   James,    bar-officer    County    court,    Castle    street;    res.    5 

Osborne  place  . 
Diack  James,  dairyman,   126  Chapel  street 
Diack  Jane  (Miss),  teacher  of  music,  38  Union  terrace 

Diack  Peter,  sec.  to  the  Association  for  Improving  the  Condition 
of  the  Poor  &  to  the  Discharged  Prisoners'  Aid  Soc.38  Castle  st 
Dick  Annie  (Mrs.),  apartments,  28  Loch  street 
Dick  William,  billiard  saloon,  26  Exchange  street 
Dickie  Andrew,  joiner,  24  Thistle  street 

Dickie  George,  chartered  accountant  &  stock  broker,  8  Union  ter 
Dickie  Joseph  0.  warehouseman  (Gray,  Kennedy  &  Dickie),  13 

Holburn  street 
Dickson  Alexander,  coal  mer,  68  West  North  street;  T  N_  389 
Dickson  Alexander,  dairyman,  180  King  street 
Dickson  Annie  (MrB.),  apartments,  58  Dee  street 
Dickson  Burnett,  coal  merchant,  108  West  North  Btreefc 
Dickson  Georgina  (Mrs.),  china  dealer,  7  Windmill  brae 
Dickson  William,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  496  Union  street 
Dilling  Wm.  cashier  (Davidson  &  Garden),  2  Gladstone  place 
Dingwall  Alexander,  commercial  traveller,  312  Great  Western  rd 
Dingwall  John,  glass  &  china  dealer,  ob-i  Great  Northern  road 
Dinnes  William,   inspector  of  works   (Aberdeen  School  Board), 

351  Holburn  street 
Dinnie  Sarah  (Miss),  dress  maker,  181  George  street 
District  Nursing  Association  (Miss  Katherine  Lumsden,   sec), 

3  Castle  hill 
Docherty  Michael,  clothes  broker,  130  Gallowgate 
Dodds  W.  H.  &  Co.  fish  salesmen  &  trawl  owners,  156  Market  st 
Dodds  James,  fish  salesman  (W.  H.  Dodds  &  Co.),  9  Elmbank  ter 
Dodds   Wm.Hall,fish  salsmn.(W.H.Dodd9  &  Co.), 60  Ferryhill  rd 
Doeg  John  S.  ship  chandler  (Freeth  &  Doeg),  7  Deemount  road  * 
Domenico  Brothers,  confectioners,  10  Marischal  street;  112  King 

street  &  235  George  street 
Donald  George  &  Sons,   glass  &  color  merchants,  painters  &c. 

16  &  18  Netherkirkgate;  T  N  390 
Donald  James  &  Co.  grocers  &  ship  chandlers,  19  Regent  quay 
Donald  Mary  A.G.  &  Maggie  (The  Misses),  dress  mas. 86  Crown  st 
Donald  Alexander,  butcher,  33  Urquhart  road 
Donald  Alexander,  spirit  dealer,  504  Holburn  street 
Donald  Andrew,  boot  maker,  10  Frederick  streec 
Donald  Ann  (Miss),  tailoress,  18  Skene  square 
Donald  Christina  (Mrs.),  draper,  27  Gilcomston  steps 
Donald  Christina  (Mrs.),  spirit  dealer,  283  Great  Northern  road 
Donald   David  Mitchell  Cooke,    solicitor,   63    Union  street;    res. 

58  Duthie  terrace 
Donald  Elizabeth  (Mr3.),  grocer,  133  West  North  street 
Donald  Elizabeth  (Miss),  news  agt.  &  fancy  dlr.  3  Forbesfield  rd 
Donald  Henry,  color  mer.  (Geo.  Donald  &  Sons),  355  Union,  st 
Donald  James-,  painter,  12  Justice  Mill  lane 
Donald  James,  shipmaster,  36  Salisbury  terrace 
Donald  James,  commercial  traveller,  18  Burns  road 
Donald  Jane  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  37  Shiprow 
Donald  Jean  (Miss),  laundry,  60  Union  row 
Donald  John,  color  mer.  (Geo.  Donald  &  Sons),  355  Union,  st 
Donald  John,  dynamite  agent,  7  Mile  End  avenue 
Donald  John,  fruiterer,  247  Rosemount  place 
Donald  John  E.  cab  proprietor,  93  Rosemount  place;  T  N  980 
Donald  Margaret  (Mrs.),  grocer,  84  Spital 
Donald  Peter,  sec.  Aberdeen  Comb  Works  Co.  Limited,  70  Great 

Western  road 
Donald  Peter,  supt.  New  Market,  Market  st.  ;  res.  11  Bonnymuir  pi 
Donald  Stuart,  watch  maker  (Gordon  &  Donald),  9  Devonshire  rd 
Donald  William,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  10  East  North  street 
Donald  William,  spirit  dealer,  217  Holburn  street 
Dunaldson  Christiana  (Miss),  draper,  111  Great  Western  road 
Donaldson  David,joiner  (Clark  &  Donaldson),  7  Great  Western  pi 
Donaldson  George,  boot  maker,  75  Park  street 
Donaldson  George,  boot  maker,  42  Shiprow 
Donaldson  George,  dairy,  35a,  Miller  street 
Donaldson  James,   draper   &  clothier,  286  George  street;    res. 

13  Beechgrove  terrace 
Donaldson  Jane  (Miss),  nurse,  63  Bon-Accord  street 
Donaldson  John,    grocer  &   spirit  dealer  492,    &  fruiterer  4S9, 

George  street  &  confectioner  &  fruiterer,  32  Guild  street 
Donaldson  Robert,  cattle  dealer,  162  Great  Western  road 
Donaldson  Thomas,  spirit  dealer,  132  King  street 
Donaldson  \Villiam,butcher,7  Holburn  road;  res.  31  Broomhill  rd 
Donaldson  William,  clothier  &  grocer,  47  Regent  quay 
Donaldson  William,  H.M.  customs,  29  Hilton  street 
Donaldson  William,  tobacconist,  50  Guild  st. ;  res.  8  Affleck  st 
Donside   (The)   Paper   Co.    Limited,    paper   makers,    Woodside ; 

T  N  421 ;  T  A  "  Don,  Aberdeen  " 
Dougall  John  Birnie,  butcher,  136  Causewayend 
Douglas  John,  grocer,  174  Crown  street   ' 
Douglas  John,  shopkeeper,  312  Great  Northern  road 
Douglas  Mungo,  manager,  77  Argyll  place 
Douglas  Thomas,  glass,  china  &  bottle  dealer,  32  Park  street 
Douglas  William,  grocer  &  beer  retailer,  33  Summerfield  terrace 
Dove  Arthur,  shipmaster,  226  Union  grove 
Doverty  Isaac,  shopkeeper,  102  Ijreen 
Doverty  William  Wilson,  slater,  38  Portland  street 
Dow  Archibald  Rider,  billiard  rooms,  29  Carmelite  street 
Dow  Henrietta  (Miss),  shopkeeper,  Hayton  road,  Woodside 
Dow  James,  shopkeeper,  72  Marquis  road,  Woodside 
Dow  William,  clothier  (Philip  &  Cooper),  20  Braemar  place 
Dowman  Henry,  shipmaster,  234  Union  grove 
Downie  Alexander,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  53  &  55  Gallowgate  & 

649  King  street 
Downie  Louisa  Wilson  (Miss),  school,  15  Ferryhill  place 
Downie  Robert,  boot  maker,  568  George  st. ;  res.  7  Mount  street 
Dowson   Augustus    H.    hair    dresser,    39    Rosemount   viaduct    & 

216a,  Union  street 
Driver  George,  manager,  32  Prospect  terrace 
Driver  James,  china  &  earthenware  dealer,  2  Mealmarket  street 
Drummond  J.   &  J.  manufacturers  of  acetylene  gas  appliances, 
leather  belting  &  fire  hose,  colliery,  mill  &  engineers'  furnish- 
ings, 162  Market  street  (T  N  528)  &  Albert  quay;  T  A  "  Drum- 
mond, Aberdeen."     See  advertisement 
Drummond  Jn.  leather  mer.  (J.  &  J.  Drummond),  44  Forest  road 
Ducat  JameB,  sec.  Aberdeen  Jute  Co.  Limited,  Froghall  lane; 

res.  69  Fountainhall  road 
Ducat  Thomas,  watch  maker,  437  Great  Northern  road 
Duckworth  Henry,  toy  maker,  South  esplanade  west,  Torry 



ABERDEEN",       43 

Dudgeon  William,  -wincey  manufacturer,   7  King  street,  Wood- 
side;  res.  Clifton  road 
Duff  Archibald  &  Son,  coal,  lime  &  fire  clay  goods  merchants,  45 

Guild  street ;  T  N  172 
Duff  John  &  Co.  wine  merchants  &  distillers,  5  Union  terrace 
Duff  Archibald,  coal  mer.  (A.  Duff  &  Son),  304  Gt.  Western  rd 
Duff  Chas.  W.  solr.  75  Union  st. ;  T  N  862;  res.  113  Hamilton  pi 
Duff  George,  watch  maker  &  cutler,  17  St.  Nicholas  street;  res. 

20  Braemar  place 
Duff  Jas.  M.  coal  mer.  (A.  Duff  &  Son),  314  Great  Western  road 
Duff  Jane  (Miss),  tailoress,  19  Little  Chapel  street 
Duff  John,  insurance  agent,  301  Clifton  road 
Duff  John,  wine  merchant  &  distiller  (John  Duff  &  Co.) ;   res. 

11  Albyn  place 
Duff  John   B.    bicycle    manufacturer,    460   George    street;    res. 

Rowon  bank,  Clifton  road 
Duff  William,  dairyman,  Eose  villa,  Great  Northern  road 
Duffus  Alex.manfg.  confr.  4  North  St.  Andrew  st.  ;res.3  Albert  st 
Duffus  Alexander,  advocate  &  notary  (Wilsone  &  Duffus),  &  sec 

to  the  Springbank  Cemetery  Co.  Limited  &  North  Eastern  Ice 

Co.  Limited,  Aberdeen,  slc.  Aberdeen  Siilinon   Co.  &   clerk  to 

Deo  &  Don  District  Fishery  Boards,  146  Union  street;   T  N 

498;  res.  11  Queen's  gardens 
Duffus  Margaret  (Miss),  apartments,  461  Union  street 
Duffus  William,  chemist  &c.  51  Spital 
Duffus  William,  commercial  traveller,  16  Belmont  road 
Dufton  &,  china  dlr.422  Union  st.  ;res.oo  Bon-Accord  st 
Dugan  Alexander  F.  chemist,  4  South  Mount  street 
Dugan  Hugh  Mathieson,   chemist,   275  Holburn  street;    res.    10 

Black's  buildings 
Duguid  David  &  Son,  fishing  tackle  makers,  5  Flourmill  brae 
Duguid  Archibald,  fishing  tackle  maker  (D.  Duguid  &  Son),  12 

Mount  street  west 
Duguid  David,  cashier,  23  Thomson  street 

Duguid  Geo.  buildr.  Kintore  pi. ;  res.  Crescent  vil.  Belvidere  cres 
Duguid  James   M.A.   advocate  &   notary   public   &  lecturer  on 

conveyancing  Aberdeen  University  (Fraser  &  Duguid),  7  Bon- 
Accord  crescent 
Duguid  James,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  286  Holburn  street 
Duguid  James,  wood  turner,  11  Little  Chapel  street 
Duguid  John,  stone  cutter,  Kintore  place 
Duguid  Peter,  saddler,  11  Back  wynd 
Duguid    Robert  Arthur,    superintendent   Joint   Railway    station, 

Guild  street;  res.  7  Ferryhill  place 
Dumolo    William,    manager    Bass,    Ratcliff    &    Gretton   Limited 

(Burton-on-Trent),  brewers,   20  Bridge  street;    res.  436  Great 

Western  road;  T  N  1739 
Dunbar  Robert,  dairy,  4  Commerce  street 
Duncan    Isabella    &    Jane    (Misses),    ladies'    boarding    &    day 

school,  Union  grove 
Duncan  John  &  Co.  ironmongers  &c.  51  Union  street;  T  N  226 
Duncan  John  &  Douglass,  advocates,  Advocates'  hall,  10  Broad 

street;  T  N  79 
Duncan  &  Stewart,  stone  masons,  South  esplanade  west,  Torry 
Duncan  Agnes  Mary  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  3  Cross  street 
Duncan  Alexander,  butcher,  32  Spital 
Duncan  Alexander,  coach  &  cab  proprietor  &  funeral  furnisher, 

193  &  19b  King  street;  T  N  251 ;  res.  17  Boslin  terrace 
Duncan  Alexander,  commission  agent,  16  Ferryhill  place 
Duncan  Alexander,  gardener,  21  Broomhill  road 
Duncan  Alex,  grocer,  11  Exchequer  row;  res.  7  St.  Mary's  place 
Duncan  Alexander,  grocer,  42  Mid  Stocket  road 
Duncan  Alexander,  ironmonger  (Leslie  &  Duncan),  9  Fonthill  ter 
Duncan  Alexander  Duff,  news  agent,  8  Marywell  street 
Duncan  Alexander  George,  watch  maker,  266  George  street 
Duncan  Alexander  J.  cashier,  Devanha  brewery 
Duncan  Alexander  R.  draper  &  milliner,  231  George  street;  res. 

42  Summerfield  terrace 
Duncan  Amy  (Miss),  dress  maker,  6  Park  street 
Duncan  Andw.  fish  curer,  160  Point  law; res.  1  Sinclair  rd. Torry 
Duncan  Andrew,  wine  merchant  (Scott  Brothers),  124  Crown  st 
Duncan  Ann  (Mrs.),  grocer,  16  Esslemont  avenue 
Duncan  Barbara  (Mrs.),  apartments,  498  Union  street 
Duncan  Charles  William,  baker,  422  Great  Northern  road 
Duncan  Douglass,  advocate  (John  &  Douglass  Duncan)  &  sec. 

to  the  Society  of  Advocates,  Advocates'    hall,  10  Broad  street; 

T  N  79 ;  res.  23  Crown  street 
Duncan  Ebenezer,  shopkeeper,  587  Great  Northern  road 
Dancan  Ellen  S.  (Mrs.),  restaurant,  82  Windmill  brae 
Dunoan  George  M.A. advocate,  189  Union  st. ;  res.  33  Hamilton  pi 
Dancan  George,  chimney  sweep,  Maberley  street 
Duncan  George,  inspector  Dee  Salmon  Fishings,  18  Balmoral  pi 
Duncan  George,  spirit  dealer,  19  Castle  street;  res.  412  King  st 
Duncan  George  M.  works  manager  Ben  Reid  &  Co.  192  Great 

Western  road 
Duncan  Henry,  assistant  inspector  of  poor,  20  Union  terrace; 

res.  6  Rose  street 
Duncan  Isabella  (Mrs.),  hair  dresser,  22  park  street 
Duncan  James,  carpenter,  54  Justice  Mill  lane 
Dunoan  James  W.  reporter,  28  Market  street;  T  N  315;   res. 

28  Ashby  road 
Duncan  Jane  (Mrs.),  midwife,  41a,  Union  street 
Duncan  Jane  (Mrs.),  news  agent,  82  Maberly  street 
Duncan  Jane  (Miss),  teacher  of  music,  39  Orchard  street 
Duncan  John,  carber,  1  to  5  East  green ;  res.  34  Rose  street 
Duncan  John,  hair  dresser,  309  George  street 
Duncan  John,   live  stock  salesman  &  auctioneer,    City  Auction 

mart,  343  to  349  King  street;  T  N  458;  res.  403  King  street 
Duncan  John,  slater  &  chimney  sweep,  54  Castle  street 
Duncan  John  G.  granite  merchant,  Rosebank  terrace 
Duncan  John  McNaughton,  plumber,  390  Great  Northern  road 
Duncan  Joseph,  grocer,  34  Mount  streeb;  res.  64  Mile  End  road 
Duncan  Lizzie  (Miss),  dress  maker,  79  Union  grove 
Duncan  Lizzie  (Miss),  teacher  of  the  piano,  12  George  streeb 
Duncan  Magdalene  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper, '10  Powis  place 
Duncan  Margaret  (Miss),  laundress,  52  Esslemont  avenue 
Duncan  Mary  (Mrs.),  apartments,  51  Albert  Btreet 
Duncan  Mary  (Mrs.),  apartments,  1  Mackie  place 

Duncan  Mary  Ann  ("Miss),  teacher  of  the  piano,  234  King  streeb 
Duncan  M.  Moir  B.A.   advocate  (Peterkin  &  Duncans),  3  Bon- 
Accord  crescent 
Duncan  Peter,  spirit  dealer,  13  Harriet  street 
Duncan  Robert,  tinsmith,  189  Holburn  street;  res.  34  Rose  st 
Duncan  Samuel,  refreshment  rooms,  Uti  Wellington  street 
Duncan  William,  butcher,  92  Gallowgate 
Duncan  William,  market  gardener,  Salisbury  terrace 
Duncan  William,  stone  mason  (Duncan  &  Stewart),  83  Menzie3 

road,  Torry 
Duncan   William   0.,    B.A.    advocate   (Peterkin   &   Duncans),    3 

Bon-Accord  crescent 
Dundee    Advertiser    &    Evening    Telegraph;    branch    office,    30 

Market  street;  T  N  315 
Dundee  Courier  (daily)  &  Weekly  News  (W.  &  D.  C.  Thomson, 

proprietors),  14  Adelphi;  T  N  542;  head  office,  Dundee 
Dundee  Equitable  Boot  Depot,  27  &  463  Union  street 
Dunkin  &  Bisset,  dress  makers,  26  St.  Andrew  street 
Dunkin  Catherine  (Mrs.),   dress   maker   (Dunkin   &  Bisset),   26 

St.  Andrew  street 
Dunn  Brothers,  granite  merchants,  Holland  street 
Dunn  William  L.  &  Co.  photographer?,  273  King  street 
Dunn  David,  granite  merchant  (Dunn  Bros.),  87  Hamilton  place 
Dunn  David  Alderson,  boot  maker,  328  George  street 
Dunn  Elizabeth  (Mrs.),  furniture  dealer,  7  Short  ioonings 
Dunn  John,  chemist,  45  Woolmanhill ;  res.  22  Prospect  terrace 
Dunn  John  A.,  J. P.  boob  &  shoe  warehouse,  26,  31  &  175  Union 

street  &  472  Great  Northern  road;  res.  5  Queen's  road 
Dunn  John  M.   general  manager  Scottish  Live  Stock  Insurance 

Co.  Limited  &  sec.  Northern  Plate  Glass  Assurance  Co.   246 

Union  street;  res.  121  Broomhill  road 
Dunn  John  N.  granite  merchant  (Dunn  Brothers),  41  Watson  st 
Dunn  Joseph,  commercial  traveller,  46  Watson  streeb,  Aberdeen 
Dunn  William,  job  stables,  Broomhill  road 
Dunn  William,  cab  proprietor,  304  Holburn  street 
Dunn  William  L.  photographer  (W.  L.  Dunn  &,  Co.),  Margaret 

cottage,   St.  Clair  street 
Dunningham  W.   &  Co.  watch  &  clock  makers  &  jewellers,   3 

Belmont  street 
Dunningham  Wm. watch  ma. (W. Dunningham  &  Co.), 31  Albert  ter 
Durno  James  &  Son,  grocers  &  spirit  dealers,  53  North  Albert  st 
Durno  Isabella  (Miss),  private  apartments,  32  Springbank  ter 
Durward  Patrick  Macalister,  commercial  traveller,  357  Holburn  st 
Duthie  Brothers,  rope  &  sail  manufacturers,  Links  &  Commercial 

road;  T  A  "  Ropeworbs,  Aberdeen" 
Duthie  John,  Sons  &  Co.  ship  builders  &  ship  owners,  York  place; 

T  A  "'  Duthie,  Aberdeen 
Duthie,  Stewart  &  Co.  fish  curers,  Point  law 
Dubhie  Agnes  (Mrs.),  midwife,  2  Wales  street 
Duthie  Alexander,  baker,  119  Bon-Accord  street 
Duthie  Alexander,  traveller,  380  Holburn  street 
Duthie  Charles,  grocer,  Rubislaw 
Duthie    David    Hutcheon    M.A.,    B,L,    solicitor    (Esslemont    & 

Duthie),  57  Canton  place 
Duthie  Elizabeth  (Mrs.),  Kittybrewster  hotel,  Kittybrewster 
Duthie  George  F.,   J. P.,   F.L.I. S.   schoolmaster,   Maryville,   Don 

terrace,  Woodside 
Duthie  Isabella  (Miss),  dress  maker,  7  Constitution  street 
Duthie  James,  news  agent,  Walker  road,  Torry 
Duthie  Jane  (Miss),  grocer,  29  Summerfield  terrace 
Duthie  John,  grocer,  67  Menzies  road  &  181  Victoria  rd.  Torry 
Duthie  John,  grocer,  99  Skene  street;  :es.  148  Great  Western  rd 
Duthie  John,  superintendent,  Trinity  cemetery,  King  street 
Duthie  Joseph,  commission  agent,   3  Cattofield  place 
Duthie  Joseph,  manufacturers'  agent,  12  &  14  Virginia  streeb 
Duthie  Robert-,  cashier,  17  Devonshire  road. 
Duthie  Robert,  grocer,  32  Esslemont  avenue 

Duthie  Robt.  ship  builder  (J.  Duthie,  Sons  &  Co.),  Thornhill,  Culta 
Duthie  Robert  Gerrard,  clerk,  6  Bonnymuir  place 
Dyack  William  M.Inst.C.E.  burgh  surveyor,  Town  house,  Union 

street ;  T  N  345 ;  res.  Merle  bank,  Broomhill  road 
Dyer  Alexander,  gardener,  Berrybank  gardens 
Dyker  Ann  &  Helen  (TUe  Misses),  dress  mas.  49  St.  Nicholas  st 
East  Aberdeenshire   Conservative  Association  (Watt  &  Cumlne, 

sees.  &  treasurers),  183a,  Union  street 
East  Coast  Railway  Office  (Great  Northern  &  North  Eastern) 

(William  Ward,  agent),  28  Market  street 
East  Poor  House  (William  Dalgleish,  governor),  Nelson  street 
East  &  West  Aberdeenshire  Liberal  Unionist  Association  (T.  A. 

Coats,  sec),  17  Belmont  street 
J  Easton  David,  accountant,  5  Belmont  place 
Eaton  Charles,  postal  telegraph  clerk,  76  Stanley  street 
Economic  Life  Assurance  Society   (J.  M,  Wilson,  district  man- 
ager), 74  Union  street 
Eddie  Catherine  (Miss),  apartments,  8  Margaret  street 
Eddie  James,  spirit  dealer,  13  Hadden  street 
Edelshain  Samuel,  travelling  draper,  16  Adelphi 
Eden  Ann  (Mrs.),  apartments,  5  Rosemount  terrace 
Edmond  J.  &  A.  advocates,  267  Union  street ;  T  N  552 
Edmond  &  Spark,   stationers,   paper  rulers  &  bookbinders,  54 

Queen  street;  T  N  264 
Edmond   Alexander,    advocate    (J.    &    A.    Edmond),    &    6ec.    & 

treasurer  to  the  Institution  for  Deaf  &  Dumb,  18  Rubislaw  ter 
Edmond  George  M.,  M.D.  physician,  11  Golden  sq. ;   T  N  313 
Edmonds  &  Ledingham,  advocates,  land  agents,  factors  &  ac- 
countants,  &  3ecs.   treasurers  &  law  agents  of  the  City  of 

Aberdeen  Land  Association  Limited  &c.  16  Bridge  street;  T  N 

361;  T  A  "  Edmonds,  Aberdeen" 
Edmund  George,  coal  dealer,  24  Mealmarket  street 
Edmunds  Ann  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,   18  Harriet  street 
Educational    Institute    of    Scotland    (Aberdeen    branch)    (David 

Bennet  Lothian),  9  Beechgrove  avenue 
Edward   Alexander,   agent  British  Linen   Co.   Bank,   484  Union 

street;   res.   98  Desswood  place 
Edward  Jane  (Mrs.),  fish  dealer,  6  Market  basement 
Edwards  Alfred  William,  solicitor  &  notary  public,    267  Union 

street;  res.  70  Carden  place 
Edwards  Ann  (Miss),  apartments,  211  Union  street 
Edwards  David,  boot  maker,  140  Holburn  street 

44       ABERDEEN. 



Edwards  David,   solicitor   (Edmonds   &  Ledingham,   advocates'!, 

378  G-reat  Western  road 
Edwards  Henry,  foreman,  14  St.  Swithin  street 
Edwards  John,  news  agent,  51a,  Loch  street 
Edwards  Jn.  warehsemn.  (Bruce,  Edwards  &  Milne),  70  Carden  pi 
Edwards  M^iry  (Miss),  dress  maker,  34  Thistle  street 
Edwards  Matthew,   sec.   Aberdeen  Temperance  Society,   55  Ee'.- 

mont  street;    res.  27  G-rosvenor  place 
Edwards  William,  granite  worker,  307  King  street ;  res.  Islabank 

cottage,  426  King  street 
Edwards  William,  grocer,  20  Thistle  street 

Elder  James,  army  scripture  reader,  2  Victoria  buildings,  Lead- 
side  road 
Elder  James,  manager,  52  Dee  street- 
Elder  Jane  (.Miss),  corset  maker,  53  Bon-Accord  street 
Elfert  O.  H.  grocer,  2  Cimitau  place  ;  T  N  1533 
Ellicock  Jsph.  cabinet  mkr.  &  upholsterer,  487  &  489  Union  st 
Ellis   &  M'Hardy,   coal  merchants,   ship  owners   &  commission 
agents,  22  Begent  quay  &  132  "Union  street;   stores,  Provost 
Jamieson's  quay  &  Begent  road;   T  N  66  &  67;  T  A  "  Coal, 
Aberdeen  " 
Ellis  Adam,  jobbing  gardener,  Balgreen,  Stocket 
Ellis   Frederick  W.,  M.B.,    CM.  resident  medical  officer  Royal 

infirmary,  Woolmanhill 
Ellis   John,    coal   merchant   (Ellis   &   M'Hardv),   Rubislaw   Den 

souih;  T  N  1G86 
Elmslie  Alexander,  teacher  of  music,  60  Eose  street 
"Elmslie  Andrew  G-lass,  brass  founder,  plumber  &  bellhanger,  13 

Bose  street;  T  N  206;  res.  52  Whitehall  road 
Elmslie  Jane  (Mrs.),  nurse,  11  Stafford  street 
Elmslie  William,  tailor,  518  Great  Northern  road 
Elrick  &  M'Pherson,  indiaurbber  &c.  manufacturers,  52  Guild  st 
Elrick  Alexander,  cutler>  63  George  street 
Elrick  John,    indiarubber  manufacturer   (Elrick  &  M'Pherson), 

43  Devonshire  road 
Elrick  John,  tobacco  pipe  manufacturer,  54  Wellington  road 
Elsmie  George  &  Son,  coal  merchants,  ship  owners  &  commission 

agents,  54  Market  street;  XU  364;  T  A  "  Elsmie,  Aberdeen 
Elsmie  James  B.  F.coal  merchant  (G. Elsmie  &  Son),  12  Albyn  pi  | 
empire  Outfitting  Co.  3  St.  Nicholas  street 
Emslie  Isaac,   bookbinder  &  show  card  manufacturer,  14  Broad  ] 

street;  res.   153  Victoria  road 
Emslie  James  S.  watch  maker,  70  Schoolhill 
Emslie  John,  shopkeeper,  20  James  street 
Emslie  John,  spir.t  dealer,  22  Kin  tore  place 
Emslie  Wm.  watch  ma.  124  George  st. ;   res.  15  Richmond  terrace 
Enterprise  Clothing  Co. tailors  &  outfitters, 112  Ro=emount  viaduct 
Enterprise  Store  Co.  ship  store  dealers,  Albert  quay 
Epidemic  Hospital  (James  S.  Laing  M.B.,  CM.  res.  physician; 
Miss   Margaret   Prater,    matron),    Cunnigar    hill,    Park -road; 
T  N  457 
Erckmann  Frederick  R.  teacher  of  music,  23  Albyn  place 
Erridge  Edward,  steward  Royal  Northern  club,  204  Union  street 
"Erskine  &  Co.  rope  manufacturers,  Park  road 
Erskine    Alexander,    rope    manufacturer    (Erskine    &    Co.),    15 

Summerfield  terrace 
Erskine  Jane  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  57  East  North  street 
Esslemont  Alexander  <Sc  Son,  wholesale  gtocers  &  tea  &  coffee 

merchants,  32  King  street;  T  N  252 
Esslemont  &  Duthie,  solicitors,  143  Union  street 
Esslemont  &  Macintosh,  manufacturers  &  warehousemen,  20  to 
24  Un'on  street;  1  to  13  Broad  street  &  8,  10  &  12  Union  lane; 
,  T  N  530 

Esslemont  Alex.  who.  grocer  (Alex. Esslemont  &  Son), 30  King  st 
Esslemont  George  B.  warehouseman  (Esslemont  &  Macintosh), 

King's  acre,  King's  gate 
Esslemont  John  E.  grocer,  &  post  office,  16  King  street 
Esslemont  William  Davidson  M.A.,  B.L.  solicitor  (Esslemont  & 

Duthie),  Fairford,  Cults 
Esson  Brothers,  bakers,  10  Exchequer  row 
Esson  Charles  G-.  tobacconist,  202  Rosemount  place 
Esson  Elizabeth  (Mrs.),  provis'on  dealer,  82  Spital 
Esson  George,  baker  (Esson  Brothers),  51  Lodge  walk 
lEsson  George,  clerk,  82  Desswood  place 
Esson  George,  fruiterer,  9  St.  Clement  street 
Esson  George  Smith  M.A.   solicitor,   35a,  Union  street;   res.   25 

"Victoria  street,  Crown  street 
Esson  Henry,  baker  (Esson  Brothers),  26  Duff  street 
Esson  James,  draper,  22  &  24  King  street 
"Esson  Jane  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  37  Jasmine  terrace 
Esson  Lewis,  tailor,  6  Market  gallery 
Esson  Lewis  Gordou,  naturalist,  90  Great  Northern  road 
Evening  Gazette  Newspaper,  30  Union  street;  T  N  73 
Ewan  Elizabeth  Labto  (Miss)   L.B.C.P.,  L.R.C.S.E.   &  F.P.S.G. 

physician  &  surgeon,  26  Chapel  street 
Ewen  Alexander,  boot  maker,  17a,  Wales  street 
Ewen  Isabella  (Miss),  clothes  dealer,  15  East  North  street 
Ewen  J  as.  W.  gunsmith  &  fishing  tackle  maker,  20  Carmelite  st 
Ewen  John,  advocate  (McCombie  &  Ewen);  res.  123  Blenheim  pi 
JEwen  Margaret  Ann  (Mrs.),  furniture  dealer,  22  Gilcomston  steps 
3£wen  Peter,  refreshment  rooms,  55  Commerce  street 
Ewen  William,  boot  &  shoe  maker,  113  &  115  West  North  street 
Ewen  William,  news  agent,  458  George  street 
Ewing  David,  butcher,  41  &  42  Market  hall 
Ewing  James,  photographer,  11  Crown  street;    T  N  417;    res. 

390  Great  Western  road 
Ewing  James  D.  supt.  of  St.  Peter's  cemetery,  453  King  street 
Ewing  Thomas,  upholsterer,  51b,  Loch  street 
Excelsior  Shoe  Co.  ^o  Gallowgate 
Fairhurst  Peter,  inspector  of  gas  meters  &  weights  &  measures, 

King  street 
Ealconer  John  &  Co.  drapers,  65  Union  street 
Ealconer  Geo.  advocate,  63  Union  st. ;  T  N  412 ;  res.  15Victoria  st 
Falconer  George,  fruiterer,  75  Schoonill 
Falconer  George  Simpson,   sec.   Scottish  Saw  Mill  Operatives  & 

Wood  Cutting  Machinemen's  Society,  53  Shiprow 
falconer  Hannah  (Miss),  householder,  14  Chapel  street 
Falconer  J.  G.  commission  agent,  11  Stirling  street 
Falconer  Jane  (Miss),   fancy  repository.  39  Union  terrace 

Falconer  John,  coal  agent,  3  Argyll  p'.ace 
Falconer  John  Mouet,  commercial*  traveller,  IS  Braemar  place 
Ealconer  Margaret  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  40  Park  street 
Falconer  Thomas,  shipmaster,  6   Caledonian  place 
Falconer  William,  draper  (John  Falconer  &  Co.),  Belgrave  ter 
Falconer  William,  furniture  dealer,  29  Chapel  street 
Fan  torn  James,  manager,  114  Constitution  street 
Farquhar  &  Grill,  color,  paint  &.  glass  merchants,  North  of  Scot- 
land Color  Works,  St.  Paul  street;  T  N  215 
Farquhar  Alex,  traveller,  Victoria  cottage,   Church  st.  Woodside 
Farquhar  Arthur,  manager,  327  Hoiburn  street 
Farquhar  Gtorge,  slater,  42  Union  row;  T  N  718 
Farquhar  George,  jun.  slater,   347  Great  Northern  road 
Farquhar  George,  tobacconist,  2  St.  Clement  street 
Farquhar  Jas.  joiner  &  bldr.  20  Broomhill  rd. ;  res.  34  Braemar  pi 
Farquhar  John  D.  slater  (McGregor  &  Shand),  23  Church  street, 

Farquhar  Robert,  shipmaster,  6  Elnibauk  terrace 
Farquhar  Robert,  shopkeeper,  121  West  North  street 
Fa:quhar  Samuel,  shoe  maker,  35  Chattan  place 
Farquhar  William  Abercromby   Gordon  L.R.C.P.,  L.RC.S.Edln. 

surgeon  &  physician,  180  Great  Western  road 
Fa.rquha.rson   &  Co.  wine  &  spirit  merchants  & 
purveyors  of  groceries  &  provisions  :  stores  of 
every    description    supplied    at    lowest    cash 
prices;  detailed  price  list  free  on  application  ; 
established    1694;    131    Union   street;    T  N  168 ; 
T  A  "Farquh arson,  Aberdeen" 
Farquharson  Geo.  house  carpenter,  5  Harriet  st. ;  res.  George  st 
Farquharson  Helen  (Mrs.),  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  61  Spital 
Farquharson  Henry,  fish  curer,  Point  law 
Farquharson  James,  grocer,  65  St.  Swithin  street 
Farquharson  John,  grocer  &c.  67  Jasmine  terrace 
Farquharson  Wm.  builder  &  mason,  Frase:  road ;  res.  87  Argyll  pi 
Farquharson  William,  fish  dealer,  8  Market  basement 
Fasken  Alexander,  working  jeweller,  17  Market  gallery 
Fenton  Brothers,  hair  dressers  &  perfumers,  117  Union  street 
Fenton  Edward  W.  manager,  58  Desswood  place 
Fenton  "Robert,  hair  dresser  (Fenton  Bros.),  68  Devonshire  road 
Ferdinands  George  M.D.,  CM.  surgeon,  3  Albyn  place  &  Trades 

hall,  Belmont  street 
Ferguson  Alexander  &  Co.  painters  &  decorators,  4  Alford  place 
Ferguson  Robert  &  tons,   silk  &  woollen  dyers  &  scourers,  42 

Ferguson  Andrew  B.  butcher,  334  &  585  George  st.  &  320  King  st 
Ferguson  Charles  Lawson,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  196  Gallowgate 
Ferguson  James,  dyer  (Robert  Ferguson  &  Sons),  125  Clifton  rd 
Ferguson  John  Mackay  M.A.  advocate,  48a,  Union  street;   res. 

88  Hamilton  place 
Ferguson  Joseph,  shopkeeper,  7  Littlejohn  street 
Ferguson  Thomas,   accountant  &  resident  sec.   to  the   Scottish 

Metropolitan  Life  Assurance  Co.  177  Union  street 
Ferguson  William,  tailor  &  clothier,  359  &  423  George  street;  res. 

57  Powis  place 
Fergusson  James  H.  traveller,  84  Stanley  street 
Fernie  Alexander  D.  shipmaster,  12  Caledonian  place 
Ferrie  Robert  Mackie,  accountant  &  teller,  Boyal  Bank  of  Scot- 
land, 152  Union  street;   res.  28  Braemar  place     - 
Ferrier  Bella  &.  Mina  (Misses),  boarding  school,  11  Bon-Accord  sq 
Ferrier  James,  fruiterer,  Market  hall 
Ferrier  William,  cowkeeper,  365  Great  Northern  road 
Ferries  Jn.   sec.  Northern  Co-operative  Co.  Lim.  10  Belvidere  st 
Ferries  Peter,  spirit  des.ler,  9  Back  wynd 
Ferries  Peter,  spirit  dealer,  1  &  3  George  street;  res.  Harthill 

cottage,  New  hills 
Ferryhill  Bowling  &  Lawn  Tennis  Co.  Limited  (J.  A..  Simpson, 

sec.),  115  Union  street;  ground,  Polmulr  road 
Fettes  Joseph,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  60  Chapel  street 
F.ddes  William  &  Son,  packing  case  manufacturers  &c.  Russell 

road;  T  N  476;  T  A  "Boxes  " 
Fiddes  Alex. grocer  &  spirit  d!r.52  West  North  st.  ;res.4  Roslin  ter 
Fiddes  Alex,  plumber  (Franklin  &  Fiddes),  1  Whitehall  place 
Fiddes  Christina  (Mrs.),  milliner,  83  Queen  street 
Fiddes  James,  butcher,  12  East  North  street 
Fiddes  Jane  (Miss),  news  agent,  11  Chapel  street 
Fiddes  John,  cabinet  maker,  15  Upperkirkgate 
Fiddes  John,  cashier,  19  Argyll  place 
fciddes  Robert,  clerk,  County  buildings  Castle  street 
Fiddes  Robert  George,  carpenter,  3  Catherine  street 
Fiddes  Wm.  packing  case  mfr.  (Wm.  Fiddes  &  Son), 25  Argyll  pi 
Fildes  Horace,  solicitor  &  clerk  of  the  peace  for  Aberdeenshire, 
Court  house,  Castle  street  &  44  King  street;   T  N.  797;   res. 
28  Beaconsfield  place 
Findlater  Thomas,  manager,  4  Forbesfield  road 
Findlay  &  Co.  indiarubber  dealers,  391  Union  street 
Findlay  L.  &  Son,  fish  curers,  Pocra  quay ;  T  N  71 ;  &  Point  law 
Findlay  Alexander,  dairyman,  View  bank,  Cornhill 
Findlay    Alexander,     india:ubber     dealer    (Findlay    &    Co.),    38 

Belvidere  crescent 
Fina.ay  Alexander,  inspector  of  cleansing,  Pozuernook  road 
Findlay  Ann  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  213  Hu.ourn  street 
Findlay  George,  dairyman,  8  Rose  street 
Findlay  Gilbert,  hair  dresser,  101  Bridge  street 
Findlay  Isabella  (Mrs.),  midwife,  31  Spa  street 
Findlay  James,  insurance  agent,  78  Whitehall  road 
Findlay  James,  schoolmaster,  158  Bon-Accord  street 
Findlav  John,  shoe  maker,  287  Great  Northern  road 
Finaiay  John  B.  cashier,  75  Union  grove 

Findlay  Margaret  (.Mrs.),  milliner  &  dress  maker, 6  Gt.  Western  pi 
Findlay    B.    A.    fish   curer   (L.    Findlay    &    Son),    53   Desswood 

place;  T  N  1547 
Findlay  William,  fish  curer  tL.  Findlay  &  Son),  34  FountainhaU 

road';   T  N  1623 
Findlay  William,  grocer,  57  Park  street 
Findlay  William,  hair  dresser,  27a,  Shiprow 
Findlay  Wm.  M.A.,  M.B.,  CM.  physician  &  surgn.  475  Union  st 
Finlay  David  W.,   B.A.   M.D.,   F.R.C.P.  professor  of   medicine, 
University  of  Aberdeen  ;  res.  2  Queen's  terrace 





Finlayson  James,   tailor  &  clothier,   11  Huntly  street;    res.  66 

Bon-Accord  street 
Finlayson  Eobert  Boyd,  cashier  &  first  assistant  Aberdeen  school 

board,  22  Union  terrace ;  res.  71  Argyll  place 
Finnie  William  L.  working  jeweller,  24^  Broad  street 
Fish  Market  (Wet)  (John  Moir,  supt),  Commercial  road 
Fisher  J.  &  T.  grocers  &c.  355  Great  Northern  road 
Fisher  Alexander, grocer  (J.o^  T.  Fisher),  Rosehill  villa.Clifton  rd 
Fisher  Hugh,  tobacconist,  351  Great  Northern  road 
Fisher  John,  wine  merchant,  4  Gerrard  street  &  bonded  ware- 
house, 15  Shore  lane ;  res.  112  Hamilton  place 
Fisher  William,  Northern  hotel,  1  Greab  Northern  road 
Fisher  William,  spirit  dealer,  Bedford  bar,  Bedford  road 
Fishery  Boards  (Alexander  Duffus,  clerk) ;  offices,  146  Union  st 
Fishery  Office  (James  Ingram,  officer),  46  Marischal  street 
Fitzpatrick   Helen    (Mrs.),    spirit   dealer,    8  Littlejohn   street   & 

cork  cutter,  120  West  North  street 
Fleming  J.  &  J.  hardware  merchants,  24  Broad  street 
Fleming  John  &  Co.  Limited,  timber  merchants,  Albert  quay; 

T  N  340;  T  A  "  Albert,  Aberdeen  " 
Fleming,  Reid  &  Co.  Limited,  worsted  spinners  &  hosiery  manu- 
facturers, 92  Union  street 
Fleming  John,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  78  Leadside  road 
Fleming  Jn.  hardware  mer.  (J.  &  J.  Fleming),  1  Bon-Accord  cres 
Fletcher  Alexander,  fish  curer,  159  Point  law 
Fletcher  William,  currier  &  leather  merchant,  55  Princes  street; 

res.  3  Marine  terrace 
Flett  James  &  Sons,  fish  curers,  Point  law 
Flett  John,  baker.  196  George  street 
Flett  Wiliinm,  baker,  7  Dee  street  &  8  Union  grove 
Florence  James  &  Son,  furnishing  &  general  ironmongers,  black- 
smiths &c.  32  Bridge  street  &  20a,  Dee  street 
Florence  Ann  (Mrs.),  midwife,  6  Park  street 
Florence  John,  boot  maker.  20  Baker  street 
Florence  Peter, granite  worker, 251  King  6treet:  res.  15  Nelson  st 
Florence  William  B.  spirit  dealer,  10  West  North  street 
Fogeo  William  S.  solicitor,  10  Belmont  st. :  res.  2a,  Albyn  place 
Forbes  Alexander  &  Co.  wholesale  warehousemen,  42  Queen  st 
Forbes  &  Castle,  grocers,  70  Market  street 
Forbes  James  &  Sons,  warehousemen,  24  Market  street 
Forbes,  Maxwell  &  Co.  Limited,  whiskv  blenders  &  wine  &  brand? 
shippers,  Holburn  bldgs. ;  T  N  186 ;  T  A  "  Maxwell,  Aberdeen  " 
Forbes  Alexander,  assistant  pilot.  19  South  square 
Forbes  Alexander,  cashier,  127  Mid  Stocket  road 
Forbes  Alexander,  cattle  dealer,  102  Powis  place 
Forbes  Alexander,  grocer  (Forbes  &  Castle),  2  Melbourne  road 
Forbes  Alexander  M.B.,  CM.  surgeon,  84  King  street  &  19  &  21 

Church  street 
Forbes  Alexander,  schoolmaster,  12  Salisbury  terrace 
Forbes  Alexander,  traveller,  37  Argyll  place 
Forbes  Alexr.  warehouseman  (Jas.  Forbes  &  Sons),  1  Albyn  ter 
Forbes  Alex.  Knight,  commission  merchant,  21  Windmill  brae 
Forbes  Ann  (Mrs.),  dairy,  33  Don  street,  Old  Aberdeen 
Forbes  Archibald,  grocer,  5  &  7  Claremount  street 
Forbes  Catherine  (Miss),  confectioner,  407  George  Etreet 
Forbes  Charles,  chemist  &  druggist,  76  Begent  quay 
Forbes  George,  inspector  of  police,  398  King  street- 
Forbes  George,  shipmaster,  Elmbank  cottage,  Elm  place 
Forbes  James,  carpenter,  637  Holburn  street 
Forbes  James,  granite  worker  &  sculptor,  Frog- 
hall  lane;  res.  Powis  place 
Forbes  James,  manager,  9  Queen  street,  Woodside 
Forbes   James,   milliner   &   draper,   48   George   street;    res.    53 

Beechcroft  terrace 
Forbes  James,  warehouseman  (James  Forbes  &  Sons).  1  Albyn  ter 
Forbes  James  B.  slater,  348  King  st. ;  res.  6  East  North  street 
Forbes  Jane  (Mrs.),  apartments,  1  Bon-Accord  terrace 
Forbes  Jane  (Mrs.),  dress  maker,  12  St.  Mary's  place 
ForbeB  John,  fish  merchant,  Albert  quay ;  res.  61  Menzies  rd.Torry 
Forbes  John,  gas  inspector,  106  Crown  street 
Forbes  John,  shopkeeper,  541  Great  Northern  road 
Forbes  Maggie  (Miss),  dress  maker,  28  Thomson  street 
Forbes  Mary  Ann  (Miss),  costumier,  106  Crown  street 
Forbes  Bobert,  shopkeeper,  115  John  street 
Forbes  Thomas,  fish  merchant,  Commercial  road;  T  A  "Term, 

Aberdeen  " 
Forbes  William,  granite  polisher,  Gilcomston  park 
Forbes  William  Dickson,  carpenter,  35a,  Chapel  street 
Ford  John   &  Co.    glass   manufacturers   &  glass   &  china  mer- 
chants, 136  &  138  Union  street 
Ford  William  &  Sons  Limited  (Leith,  London  &  Glasgow),  tea, 
sugar,  wine  &  spirit  merchants  (Eobert  Grant,  manager),  28 
Guild  street;  T  N  134;  T  A  "  Ford,  Aberdeen  " 
Fordyce  &  Co.  builders,  Fraser  road 

Fordyce  Margaret  (Miss),  apartments,  10  Margaret  street 
Forrest  Elsie  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  58  John  street 
Forrest  George  S.  schoolmaster,  176  Skene  street  west 
Forrest  William,  hair  dresser,  444  Great  Northern  road 
Forrest  William  T.  teacher  of  music,  48  Albert  street 
Forsyth  (The)   Hote'  (family    &  commercial)  (M. 

6  E.Walker,  proprietors),  90  to  104  Union  street; 
T  N  240 

Forsyth  Alexander,  boot  &  shoe  maker,  10  &  11  Castle  street; 

res.  64  Great  Western  road 
ForByth  Anthony,  watch  maker,  210  King  street 
Forsyth  Elizabeth  (Miss),  apartments,  75  Crown  street 
Forsyth  George,  fish  dealer,  37  Ann  street 

Forsyth  George,  hair  dresser,  169  Gallowgate;  res.  1  Seamount  pi 
Forsyth  John,  boot  maker,  32  Miller  street 
Forsyth  Mary  Ann  (MisB),  apartments,  5  Crown  terrace 
Forsyth  Eobert,  butcher,  156  &.  158  Gallowgate 
Forsyth  William,  insurance  agent,  24  Craigie  street 
Forsythe  Barbara  (Mrs.),  greengrocer,  106  King  street 
Fortescue  William  Irvine  J.P.,  M.B.,  CM.  physician  &  surgeon, 

7  Bon-Accord  square 

Fortheringham  Eichard,  plumber  &  gasfittor,  132  Hutcheon  st 
Foster  Alice  (Mrs.),  apartments,  65  Eosemount  viaduct 
Fotheringham  Thomas,  clerk,  treasurer  &  factor,  Gordon's  col- 
lege ;  res.  96  Fountainhall  road 

Fourth  Aberdeen  Economic  Building  Society  (M.  Lunan    sec  ) 

137  Union  street  '        'J* 

Fowler  Alexander,  ironmonger,  44  &  51  Broad  street 
Fowler  Arcliibald  Alexander,  solicitor,  114  Clifton  road 
Fowler  George,  manager  The  London  Iiubber  Co.  •  res   370  Great 

Western  road 
Fowler  James,  assistant  pilot,  3  South  square 
Fowler  James  Elsmie  J.P.,  M.D.,  CM.  surgeon,  &  medical  officer 

City  parish  council,  Ardenville,  Church  street,  Woodside 
Fowler  Jessie  (Mrs.),  householder,  53  Victoria  Btreet 
Fowler  Mary  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  1  Old  Mill  road 
Fowler  Samuel  Davidson,   solicitor  (Alexander  Stronach,  inn.  & 

Son),  20  Belmont  street ;  res.  Gracemount  house,  Culter 
Fowler  William,  post  office  surveyor,  83  Ashley  road 
Fowler  William,  teacher  of  the  piano,  98  Fountainhall  road 
Frain  Alexander,  cartwright,  Bubislaw 
France  Charles  A.  cashier,  7  Belmont  place 
Franklin  &  Fiddes,  plumbers,  54  Albert  street 
Franklin  &  Co.  fish  curers.  Stell  road;  T  N    649 
Franklin  Alex,  plumber  (Franklin  &  Fiddes),  5  Eden  place 
Fraser  &  Duguid,  advocates  &  notaries  &  sees,  to  the  Aberdeen 

Music  Hall  Co.  Limited,  13  Bridge  street;  T  N  249 
Fraser   G.    &  W.    printers,   lithographers   &  stationers.   12  Bel- 
mont street;   T  N  408 
Fraser  James  &  Co.  washing  powder,   soap  &c.   manufacturers, 

Canal  place;  T  N,  K  23 
Fraser  Adam,  spirit  dealer,  2  to  6  Guild  street 
Fraser  Alexander,  miller,  Milldurno,  Bridge  of  Don 
Fraser  Alexander,  tailor  &  outfitter,  60  John  street 
Fraser  Alexander  A.  baker,  219  George  street 
Fraser  Alexander  B.  miller  &  grain  merchant,  Upper  Justice 

nulls  &  41  Holburn  street 
Fraser  Alexander  Coutts,  artist,  9  Union  ter. ;  res.  26  Holburn  rd 
Fraser  Alexander  D.  clothier,  99  George  st. ;  res.  100  Desswood  p) 
Fraser  Andrew,  telegraphist,  28  St.   Swithin  street 
Fraser  Angus  J.P.,  M.D.  surgeon.  232  Union  street;  T  N  116 
Fraser  Ann  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  60  Virginia  street  • 
Fraser  CharleB,  butcher,  57  Commerce  street 
Fraser  Charles,  clothes  dealer,  41  Littlejohn  street 
Fraser  Chas.grocer  &  spirit  dlr.54  Watson  st.  ;res.lOOBonnymuir  pi 
Fraser  Charles  George,  watch  maker,  16  Hadden  street 
Fraser  Charles  E.  painter,  195  Crown  street 
Fraser  Christina  (Mrs.),  butcher,  10  &  11  Market  hall;  res.  82 

Bon-Accord  street 
Fraser  Daniel,  shopkeeper,  518  Holburn  street 
Fraser  Donald  Gordon,  hair  dresser,  5  George  street 
Fraser  Geo.  bookseller  &  statnr.  275  George  st. ;  res.  2  Lamont  pi 
Fraser  George,  furniture  dealer,  66  Victoria  road,  Torry 
Fraser  George,  jobbing  gardener,  71  Hardgate;  res.  110  Chapel  st 
Fraser.  George,  printer  (G.  &  W.  Fraser),  15  Belgrave  terrace 
Fraser  George,  refreshment  rooms,  498  King  street 
Fraser  George  Milne,  reporter,  16  Loanhead  terrace 
Fraser  Gordon,  dairyman,  East  Seaton  farm,  Old  Aberdeen 
Fraser  Gray  Campbell,  advocate  (Fraser  &  Duguid),  40  Queen's  rd 
Fraser  Hector,  grocer  &  spirit  dlr.58  Gallowgate ;  res.  47  Carden  pi 
Fraser  Isabella  (Mrs.),  apartments,  170  Crown  street 
Fraser  Isabella  (Miss),  shopkeeper,  18  Chapel  street 
Fraser  J.  McKenzie,  tobacconist,  &  agent  to  the  Globe  Express 

Co.  Limited,  13  Eegent  quay 
Fraser  James,  coal  dealer,  89  Causewayend 
Fraser  James,  cycle  agent,  80  Powis  place 
Fraser  James,  dining  rooms,  28  Eegent  quay 
Fraser  James,  fancy  dyer,  38  George  street;    works,  20  Innes 

street ;  res.  648  George  street 
Fraser  Jas.  grocer  &  spirit  dlr.  36  Spring  gardn. ;  res. 16  View  ter 
Fraser  James,  master  mariner,  67  Duthie  terrace 
Fraser  James,  shopkeeper,  13  Hutcheon  street 
Fraser  Jas.  watch  ma.  311  George  st.  &  37  Victoria  road,  l'orry 
Fraser  James,  writer,  35  Brighton  place 
Fraser  James  B.  cashier,  75  Osborne  place 
Fraser  James  Charles,  manager,  49  Watson  street 
Fraser  Jane  (Mrs.),  clothes  broker,  16  Skene  square 
Fraser  Jane  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  14  Nellfield  place 
Fraser  Jessie  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  74  West  North  street 
Fraser  John,  fishmonger,  483  Great  Northern  road 
Fraser  John,  ironmonger,  57  St.  Nicholas  street ; 

res.  79  Desswood  place 
Fraser  John,  spirib  dealer,  415  Great  Northern  road 
Fraser  John  P.  head  master  Gray's  School  of  Art,   SchoolhiU; 

res.  46  St.  Swithin  street 
Fraser  Joseph,  shopkeeper,  63  Dunbar  street 
Fraser  Margaret  (Miss),  matron  Epidemic  hospital,  Park  road 
Eraser  Mary  (Miss),  ornamental  hair  worker,  15  Duff  street 
Fraser  Bobert,  dairy  farm,  Brickfield  place,  Old  Aberdeen 
Iraser  Thomas,  baker  &  confectioner,  486  George  street 
Fraser    Thomas    M.A.,    M.B.,    Ch.B.    physician    &    surgeon,    2 

Elmbank  terrace 
Fraser  William,  confectioner,  25  Park  street 
Fraser  William,  dairyman,  13  Dunbar  street 
I  Fraser  Wm.  draper,  39  &  41  Castle  st. ;  res.  99  Fountainhall  rd 
Fraser  William,  printer  (G.  &  W.  Fraser),  66  Hamilton  place 
Fraser  William,  provision  dealer,  161^  Gallowgate 
Fraser  Wm.  Mann,  grocer  &  spirit  dlr.  131  &  133  Skene  street 
Frater  James,   assistant  city  chamberlain,  Town  house.   Union 

street ;  res.  4  Caledonian  place 
Frazer  Jane  (Miss),  draper,  28  Victoria  road,  Torry 

-£e™ChSrShT  °olle?e   (EeT-    Stewart  Dingwall  Fordyce    Salmon 

D.D.,  F.E.L.S.  principal;  Lewis  Cruickshank,  janitor  &  curator 
of  museum),  2  Alford  place 
Free  Church  Women's  Foreign  Missionary  Society  (Mrs.  Salmond, 

hon.  sec).  6  Queen's  road 
Free  Press  General  Employment  Eegister  Office,  29  Union  street 
Freeland  Eobert,  fishmonger,  4  Menzies  road,  Torry 
Freeland  Robert,  jun.  fish  merchant,  Commercial  road 
Freeman  Emma  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  17  Cotton  street 
Freeth  &  Doeg,  ship  chandlers,  Commercial  road 
Freis  James,  draper,  6  Gilcomston  steps 
Freis  Mary  (Mrs.),  dress  maker,  6  Gilcomston  steps 
French  William,  grocer.  62  Great  Northern  road 

46       ABERDEEN. 



Prench  William,  shopkeeper,  4  Granton  place 
Frost  Besisfeing  Patents   (The)  Limited    (John  Archibald,   man- 
ager), 46   Green 
Frost  Ann  S.  (Miss"),  news  agent,  88  King  street 
Fullarton  Mary  (Miss),  ladies'  outfitter,  510  Union  street 
Fullerton,  Forbes  &.  Co.  Limited,  'warehousemen,  8  Bridge  street 
Fullerton  James  S.  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  429  Great  Northern  rd 
Fullerton  John  I.  commercial  traveller,  83  Osborne  place 
Fulton  Thomas  Weinyss  M.D.  principal  Marine  Laboratory  of  the 

Fishery  Board  for  Scotland,  417  Great  Western  road 
Fyfe  J.  &  S.  painters  &c.  11  Dee  street 

Fyfe,  Jamieson,  Thomson  &  Co.  genl.  warehsemn.  19  Queen  st 
Fyfe  John.  &  Son,  brush  makers.  66  Netberkirkgate 
Fyfe  &  Mitchell,  tobacconists  &  stationers,  1  Skene  terrace 
Fyfe  Alexander,  commercial  traveller,  104  Broomhill  road 
Fyfe  George,  grocer,  51  Shiprow 

Fyfe  Georgina  (Mrs.),  Temperance  hotel,  11  St.  Nicholas  street 
Fyfe  James,  boot  maker,  55  Constitution  street 
Fyfe  James,  fire  clay  goods  merchant,  136  Great  Western  road 
iFyfe  James,  painter  (J.  &  S.  Fyfe),  5  Thistle  pi.  Thistle  street 
Fyfe  James,  warehouseman  (Fyfe,  Jamieson,  Thomson  &  Co.), 

29  Thomson  street 
Fyfe  James,  jun.  painter  (J.  &  S.  Fyfe),  17  Victoria  street 
Fyfe  James  Glenbirie,  shopkeeper,  7  Mounthooly 
Fyfe  John,  granite    cutter  &  polisher  &  granite 
merchant,  Provost  B I  aikie's  quay;  grey  granite 
quarries,  Kern  nay,  Toms  Forest  &  Tillyfourie; 
red    granite    quarries,    Corrennie;  T  N   31 ;  T  A 
«  FYFE,  Aberdeen  ;  "  res.  Beech  grove.  Mile  end  :  T  N  32 
Fyfe  John  Collie,sbationer  (Fyfe  &  Mitchell),  86  Great  Western  rd 
Fyfe  Bobert,  grocer,  78  Menzies  road,  Torry 
Fyfe  William,  butcher,  90  High  street 

Fyvie  Alexander  0.  commercial  traveller,  27  Beaconsfleld  place 
Gabriel  James,  house  agent,  28  Upperkirkgate 
Gage  Thomas,  marine  engineer,  13  Whitehouse  street 
Gair  James  A.  dining  rooms,  8  Exchange  street 
Gall  &  Walker,  builders  &  contractors,  45  Richmond  street 
Gall  Alexander  G-,  M.B.,  CM.  physician  &  surgeon,  693  George 

street ;  res.  96  Powis  place 
Gall  Geo.  chief  attendance  officer,  School  board,  52  Bosemount  pi 
Gall  Isabella  (Miss),  shopkeeper,  71  Virginia  street 
Gall  John,  builder  (Gall  &  Walker),  94  Bosemount  place 
Gall  Lewis,  dairyman,  23  South  Mount  street 
Gall  Bobert,  ladies*  outfitter,  30  Broad  street  &  94  Union  street 
Gall  William,  fruiterer,  17  Bosemount  place 
Gallacher  James,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  14  Bark  street 
Galloway  &  Sykes,  cabinet  makers  &  upholsterers,  365  Union  st 
Galloway  Alexander  Rudolf  M.A.,  M.B.  surgeon,  &  medical  officer 

City  parish  council,  250  Union  street 
Galloway  George  Eamsay,  insurance  agent,  3  Urquhart  place 
Galloway  Jn.  cabinet  ma.  (Galloway  &  Sykes),  8  Charlton  place 
Galloway  William  B.  district  manager  British    Legal  Life  Assur- 
ance Co.  Limited,  66  St.  Nicholas  st. ;  res.  60  Duthie  terrace 
Gttmmie  A  Johnstone, coal, grain  &  commission  mers.  51  Clarence  st 
Gammie  Alexander,  cashier,  13  Hosefield  avenue 
Gammie  Alexander,  news  agent,  281  Bosemount  place 
Gammie  John,  boot  maker,  33  Chapel  street;  res.  Ill  Union  grove 
Gammie  John,  granite  worker,  Bosebank  terrace 
Gammie  William.mer.  (Gammie  &  Johnstone),  18  Summerfield  ter 
Garden  &  Raeburn,  bakers,  40  Schoolhill 
Garden  &  Co.  granite  merchants  &  workers,  233  King  street 
Garden  Ann  (Miss),  confectioner,  561  George  street 
Garden  Farquharson  Taylor,  advocate  (C.  &  P.  E.  Chalmers),  4 

Bubislaw  terrace ;  T  N  300 
Garden  James,  boot  maker,  660  King  street,  Old  Aberdeen 
Garden  Jane  (Mrs.),  clothes  broker,  72  West  North  street 
Garden  Bobert  John,  M.D.,  CM.  phvslcian,  15  Golden  sq. ;  TIT  89 
Garden  Thomas  B.  tobacconist,  16  Marischal  street 
Garden  Wm.  boob  ma.  41  Woolmanhill;  res.  112  Bon-Accord  st 
Garden  William,  gun  &  fishing  tackle  maker,  122£  Union  street 
Gardiner  Andrew,   grocer,  51  Bon-Accord  street 
Gardiner  Henry  Ogg,  commercial  traveller,  27  Springbank  ter 
Gardiner  John  Alexander,  telegraph  clerk,  89  Mile  End  avenue 
Gardner  William  Black,   Northern  district  superintendent  Scot- 
tish Permissive  Bill  &  Temperance  Association,22  Esslemont  av 
sJarey  William,  artist,  93  Queen  street 
Garioch  James,  fishmonger,  Market  basement 
Garrioch  Archibald,  cashier,  4  Mile  End  place 
Garrow  James,  glass  &  china  dealer,  13  Miller  street 
Garrow  Jessie  (Miss),  schoolmistress,  24  Mile  End  avenue 
Garrow  Bobert,  fish  &  game  dealer,  68  Market  basement 
Garstin  W.  &  Sons,  granite  mers.  &  workers,  Palmerston  road 
Gartly  Annie  (Miss),  draper,  80  Chapel  street 
Garvie    James    &   Sons,   cabinet    makers  &  up- 
holsterers, 4-25   &  431    Union  street:    T  N   505; 
works,  55  Rose  street 
Garvie    James    &    Sons,    house    &    horticultural 
builders,  hot  water  engineers  &.   upholsterers, 
joiners,    cabinet    makers,    manufacturers     of 
decorative   fibrous  plaster  Ac.    Steam  joinery 
&  cabinet  works,  55  Rose  street ;  T  N  187 
Garvie  James   &   Sons,    painters,    decorators,   glaziers   &   glass 

stalners,  234  &  236  Union  Btreet;  T  N  188 
Garvie  William,  builder  (J.  Garvie  &  Sons),  1  Osborne  place 
Garvie  William,  millwright,  18  Bon-Accord  lane 
Gas  Department  (Alex.  Smith,  supt.  &  engineer);  ©fflces,  Muni- 
cipal  buildings,    2   Broad   street;    works,   Cotton   street;    gas 
stove  department,  9  Union  street ;  T  N  507 
Gas    Meter    Testing    Office    (Andrew    White,    chief    inspector), 

King  street 
Gates  Alfred,  photographer,   178  Market  street 
Gaudie  Hugh,  ironmonger,  128  George  street 
yaudie  William,  tile  layer,  108  George  street;  T  N  228 
Gaul  &  Wilson,  saddlers  &  harness  makers,  11  Bon-Accord  sbreet 
Gauld  Isabella  &  Elsie  (Misses),  milliners,  75  Bosemount  viaduct 
Gauld  Alexander,  fish  &  game  dealer,  24  Hadden  street  &  fish 

curer,  Boint  law;  T  N  347;  res.  37  Albert  street 
Gauld  Edgar,  builder,  contractor  &  bakers'  oven 
builder,  Gilcomston  terrace;  res.  1  Hamilton  place 
Scj  aivert:~emcnt 

Gauld  Charles,  commercial  traveller,  18  Cairnfield  place 
Gauld  George,  clerk,  50  Mile  End  avenue 
Gauld  Isabella  (Mrs.),  private  apartments,  38  Springbank  terrace 
Gauld  James,  builder,  Gilcomston  park;  res.  8  Beechgrove  place 
Gau'.d  William,  boot  maker,  611  George  street 
Gauld  William  Edgar,  architect,  156  Union  street 
Gavin  George  &  Son,  tailors,  45  Bon-Accord  street 
Gaviu    &    Gill,   millers   &    grain    merchants,  246    George  street 
(T  N  646)  &  Bucksburn  mills ;  &  hay  &  straw  dealers,  Jopp3'  la 
Gavin  William,  house  agent,  140  Broomhill  road 
Geddes  George,  cycle  agent,  3  King  street,  Woodside 
Geddes  Walter,  hair  dresser-,  472  Union  street;  res.  293  Holburn  at 
Geddes  William,  baker,  134  Causewayend 
Geddes  William,  plasterer,  446  George  street 
Geddes  William  J.  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  218  King  street 
Geddes  Sir  William  D.,  LL.D.  vice-chancellor  &  principal  Univer- 
sity of  Aberdeen;  res.  Chanonry  lodge,  Old  Aberdeen 
GeddieJDavid  Watson  M.A.,  M.B.,  CM.  surgeon,  378  George  st 
Geering  Edmund,  photographer,  416  Union  street 
Geershon  Thomas,  hardware  merchant,  54  &  57  Broad  street: 

res.  26  Fountainhall  road 
General  Accident  Assurance  Corporation  Limited  (Sinclair-Spark. 

Meffet  &  Taylor,  district  managers),  245  Union  street 
George  Patrick  M.  &    Co.  cycle  manufacturers,  87  Holburn  street 
George  Jane  (Miss),  news  agent,  35  Bank  street 
George  Bt.  tailor  &  clothier,  135  John  st. ;  res.  5  CherryBk.  cota 
Georgeson  John  &  William,  coach  ironmongers,  164  Union  street 
German    Empire    Consulate    (Charles    F.    Ludwig,    consul),    64 

Regent  quay 
Gerrard  James,  nurseryman,  20  Mid  Stocket  road 
Gerrie  George,  commission  merchanb  ■&  agent,  65  Marischal  st 
Gerrie  John,  carpenter  &  undertaker,  392  Great  Northern  road 
Gerrie  Peter,  granite  worker  &  polisher,  Clayhills 
Gerrie  William,  blacksmith,  24  Mearns  street 
Gervaise  Walter,  clothes  dealer,  12  King  street 
Geulianotte  L.  Azzalli  G.  refreshment  rooms,  loo  Holburn  street ; 

res.  58  Broad  street 
Gibb  J.  &  A.warehousemen,32Market  st.  ;T  A  "  Gibbs, Aberdeen  '' 
Gibb  &  Keith,  plasterers,  72  Woolmanhill 
Gibb  Alexander,  plasterer  (Stephen  &  Gibb),  11  Hilton  street 
Gibb  Alexander,  warehouseman  (J,  &  A.  Gibb),  12  Queen's  road 
Gibb  George,  boot  maker,  82  St.  Andrew  street 
Gibb  George,  plasterer,  44  Nelson  street 
Gibb  George  M.A..  M.B.,   C.M.  surgeon,  &  medical  officer  City 

parish  council,  294  Great  Western  road 
Gibb  Grace  (Mrs.),  spirit  dealer,  27  Guestrow;  res.  138  King  st 
Gibb  Hugh,  apartments,  39  Marischal  street 
Gibb  John,  commercial  traveller,  8  Devanha  terrace 
Gibb  John,  warehouseman  (J.  &  A.  Gibb),  1  Belvidere  street 
Gibb  Mary  (Mrs.),  apartments,  15  Summer  street 
Gibb  Bobert,"  granite  worker  &  polisher,  472  &  310  King  st. ;  re». 

490  King  street 
Gibb  Thomas,  plasterer  (Gibb  &  Keith),  113  Gerrard  street 
Gibb  Thomas,  spirit  dealer,  443  George  street 
Gibb  William,  boot  &  shoe  maker,  5  Park  street) 
Gibb  William  Taylor,  clothier  &  outfitter,  29  George  street 
Gibbs  Jane  (Miss),  laundry,  15  Skene  squar6 
Gibson  Margaret  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  13  College  bounds 
Gibson  Mary  Ann  (Miss),  apartments,  97  Crown  street 
Gihson  Bobert  H.  manager,  37  Beechgrove  t>errace 
Gibson  Thomas  B.  grocer  &c.  (Lumsden  &  Gibson),  2  Golden  sq 
Gibson  Thomas  Best  M.A.,  M.B.,  C.M.  surgeon,  2  Golden  square 
Gibson  William,  nurseryman  (B.  Beid  &  Co.),  66  Dee  street 
Gibson  William  Milne,  engraver,  printer  &c.  8  Gaelic  lane;  T  N 

48G ;  res.  167  Skene  street  west 
Gifford  &  Son,  carvers,  gilders,  printsellers  &  artists*  colormen, 

414  Union  street 
Gifford  Jas.  photographer  (W.  L.  Dunn  &  Co.),  255  Union  grove 
Gifford  Jas.  printseBer  &c.   (Gifford  &  Son),  78  Ashley  road 
Gilchrist  W.  &  Co.  funeral  furnishers,  74  Queen  st. ;  T  N  1097 
Gilchrist  Bobert,  manager,  2  North  Constitution  street 
Gilday  Patrick,  manager,  291  Union  grove 
Giles  Alexander,  gardener,  Whitehall  cottage 
Giles  Susan  (Miss),  fruiterer,  1  Chapel  street 
Giles  William,  chemist,  123  Crown  street 
Gill  Alexander  &  Son,  watch  makers  &  jewellers,  12  Bridge  st 

&  42  Market  street 
Gill  Alex.  0.,  J.P.  manfr.(Farquhar  &  Gill),  Fairfield,Whinhill  rd 
Gill  James,  miller  &  grain  merchanb  (Gavin  &  Gill),  41  Dee  st 
Gill  James  A.  chemist  &  druggist,  49  Green 
Gill  John,  commission  agent,  48  Market  street 
Gill  John,  carpenter,  74  Woolmanhill 
Gill  Thomas  Paterson,  reporter,  134  Broomhill  road 
Gill  William,  house  agent,  6  George  street ;  res.  5  Crown  terrace 
Gill  Wm.  S.  manufaetir.  (Farquhar  &  Gill),  22  Waverley  place 
Gillan  James,  hair  dresser,  52  Broad  street 
Gillan  William,  news  agent,  124£  Gallowgate 
Gillanders  Elizabeth  (Miss),  grocer,  11  Bon-Accord  lane 
Gillespie  John,  spirit  dealer,  16  Gilcomston  steps 
Gillespie  William  Beid,  insurance  agent,  384  George  street 
Gillies  Thomas  B.  advocate,  notary  public  &  auditor  of  court,  181a, 

Union  street;  T  N  489;  res.  375  Great  Western  road 
Gillies  William,  boot  maker,  43£  Richmond  street 
Gilroy  James  M.A.,   B.D.  professor  of  Hebrew  &  Semitic  lan- 
guages University  of  Aberdeen;  res.  44  Don  st.  Old  Aberdeen 
Giovanni    &   Bemigio   Brothers,    confectioners,    143,    145    &   57y 
George  st. ;  194  Gallowgate ;  321  King  st.  &  19  South  Mount  st 
Giulianobti  Brothers,   confectioners,    157   George   street;    2   Sin- 
clair road,  Torry;  23  Victoria  road,  Torry  &  16  Holburn  street 
Giulianotti  cream  makers,l05  Commerce  st.&  31  Shiprow 
Gizzi  Antonio,  ice  cream  maker,  62  Gallowgate 
Glass  Alexander  P.  hatter  &  hosier,  54  Union  street 
Glass  David,  cattle  dealer,  121  Urquhart  road 
Glass  Bobert,  family  grocer  (Gordon  &  Smith);    res.  130  Bon- 
Accord  street 
Glass  William,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  690  Great  Northern  road 
Ulteson  Denis,  H.M.'s  customs,  21  Bonnymuir  place 
Glegg  &  Tliomson,  iron  &  metal  merchants  &  wholesale  Iron- 
mongers, 255  &  259  George  street;   T  N  37;   T  A  "  Glegg, 
Aberdeen  " 




Glegg  James  C.  iron  merchant  (Glegg  &  Thomson),  Oak  Bank 

villa,  60  King's  gate 
Glenesk  William  S.  bookseller  &c.  210,  res.  201,  George  street 
Glennie  &  Cran,  boot  makers,  34  Market  street 
Glennie  Harvey  A. accountant,  26  Belmont  st. ;  res. 54  Mile  End  av 
Glennie  Helen  (Mrs.),  dairy  keeper,  80  East  North  street 
Glennie  William,  stock  broker,  177  Union  street 
Glennie  William  John,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  1  Gilcomston  brae ; 

res.  2  Rosemount  terrace 
Globe  Express  Lim.  (J.  McKenzie  Fraser,  agt.),  13  Regent  quay 
Goldie  Robert,  antique  furniture  dealer,  15  Marischal  street 
Goldney  William  R.  chair  maker,  Fraser  road 
Goodbrand  Jas.  rope  maker  (Skene  &  Goodbrand),  25  King's  cres 
Goodbrand  Stephen,  hosiery  manufacturer  &  warehouseman,  33  & 

35  St,  Nicholas  street;  T  N  543;  res.  Viewton  ho.  King's  cres 
Goodbrand  Stephen,  rope  mkr.(Skene  &  Goodbrand), 31King's  cres 
Goodlad  John  Arthur,  jeweller,  12a,  Correction  wynd 
Goodman's  Limited,  dentists,  216  Union  street 
Goodson  Robt.&  Co. Lim.  mantle  warehousemen, 56  St.  Nicholas  at 
Gordon  Bros,  grocers  &  spirit  dlrs.  456,  &  fruiterers  464,  Union  st 
Gordon  &  Donald,  watch  makers  &  watch  material  dealers,  14 

St.  Nicholas  street 
Gordon  George  &  Co.  timber  merchants,  Provost  Blaikie's  quay; 

T  N  255;  T  A  "  Timber,  Aberdeen  " 
Gordon  J.  &  G.  fishing  tackle  makers,  Carmelite  lane 
Gordon  &  Smith,  family  grocers,  195  &  197  Union  st. ;  T  N  159 
Gordon  &  Thomson,  wholesale  groeers,  63  Loch  Btreet;  T  N  301 
Gordon  &  Watt,  painters,  decorators,  glass  Btainers,  embossers, 

glaziers  &  glass  merchants,  39  Woolmanhill;   T  N  394 
Gordon  Major  Duncan  Forbes  J.P.  chief  constable,  County  Police 

office,  &  chief  inspector  of  weights  &  measures,  Lodge  walk ; 

T  N  38;  res.  Garthdee  house,  Cults 
Gordon  Sergt. -Major  Thomas,  1st  Aberdeenshire  Royal  Engineers 

(Volunteers),  50  Hardgate ;  res.  73  Stanley  street 
Gordon  Adam,  butcher,  89  Skene  square ;  res.  21  Mount  street 
Gordon  Agnes  (Mrs.),  marine  atore  dealer,  76  St.  Clement  street 
Gordon  Alexander,  blacksmith,  57  Green 
Gordon  Alexander,  shipmaster,  6  Fonthill  road 
Gordon  Alexander  G.  foreman  tailor,  10  Fonthill  road 
Gordon  Annie  (Mrs.),  grocer,  5  Blackfriars  street 
Gordon  Charles,  builder,  Powis  lane;  res.  82  Powis  place 
Gordon   Charles   Stuart    J.P.    agent  for   the  North  of   Scotland 

Bank  Limited  (Rosemount  branch),  2  South  Mount  street;  res. 

20  Albyn  place 
Gordon  David,  horse  dealer,  33  Grosvenor  place 
Gordon  Ellen  (Miss),   apartments,  10  King  street 
Gordon  Geo.  timber  mer.  (Geo.  Gordon  &  Co.),  Birchwood,  Cults 
Gordon  George  Gould,  registrar  Shipping  Federation  Limited,  41 

Regent  quay ;  res.  41  View  terrace 
Gordon  Helen  (Miss),  dress  maker,  12  George  street 
Gordon  Hy.  photographer,  38  St.  Nicholas  6t.  ;res.  6  Richmond  ter 
Gordon  Isabella  (Mrs.),  nurse,  85  Chapel  street 
Gordon    James,    cabinet    maker    (John    Alexander    &    Co.),    45 

Beaconsfield  place 
Gordon  James,  grocer,  6  Great  Western  road 
Gordon  Jas.  timber  mer.  (Geo.  Gordon  &  Co.),  23  Deemount  rd 
Gordon  James,  watch  maker,  87  Causewayend 
Gordon  James   E.    wholesale   grocer    (Gordon   &  Thomson),    23 

Beechgrove  terrace 
Gordon  James  N.  tailor,  127  Sinclair  road,  Torry 
Gordon  James  Sim,  surveyor  (Royal  Insurance),   76  Ashley  road 
Gordon  John  M.D.,  CM.  assistant  professor  of  materia  medica 

University   of   Aberdeen,    &   surgeon,    &  medical   officer   City 

parish  council,  1  Rubislaw  terrace 
Gordon  John,  butcher,  1  Gordon  street 
Gordon  John,  cattle  dealer,  108  Gerrard  street 
Gordon  John,  clerk,  176  Mid  Stocket  road 
Gordon  John,  customs  house  clerk,  37  Braemar  place 
Gordon  John,  householder,  68  Catherine  street 
Gordon  John,  teacher  of  drawing,  Girls'  High  school;  res.  Ill 

Desswood  place 
Gordon  John,  shipmaster,  52  Loanhead  terrace 
Gordon  John  A.  fish  curer,  Russell  road 
Gordon  John  Henry  Forbes,  solicitor,  4.4.  King  street;    res.  43 

Salisbury  terrace 
Gordon  Mary  (Mrs.),  apartments,  20  Castle  street 
Gordon  Mary  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  30  Woolmanhill 
Gordon  Peter,  householder,  19  Little  Chapel  street 
Gordon  Robert,  apartments,  18  North  Silver  street 
Gordon  Robert,   butcher,   106  Rosemount  place 
Gordon  Robert,  packing  case  maker,  12  Charles  st. ;  T  N,  K  29; 

res.  8  Elmbank  terrace 
Gordon  Susan  (Miss),  apartments,  37  Market  street 
Gordon  Thomas  Robert,    grocer   &   spirit   dealer,    17   Foun*ain- 

hall  road;  T  N  1577 
Gordon  William  J.P.  advocate  &  town  clerk,  &  see.  &  clerk  to 

Aberdeen  harbour  commissioners,  Town  house,  Union  street; 

T  N  387 ;  res.  26  Rubislaw  terrace 
Gordon  William,  artist,  174  Skene  street  west 
Gordon  William,  carpenter,  4a,  Crown  terrace 
Gordon  William,  commercial  traveller,  36  Brighton  place 
Gordon  William,  draper  &  bookseller,  2  Marywell  street 
Gordon  William,  shopkeeper,  477  George  street 
Gordon  Wm.  solicitor  &  notary  (Hunter  &  Gordon),  35  Albyn  pi 
Gordon  William,  watch  maker  (Gordon  &  Donald),  72  Stanley  st 
Gordon  William  G.  druggist,  157  Skene  street  &  165  George  at. ; 

rea.  37  Beaconsfield  place 
Gordon  W.    M'Combie,    inspector  of  branches  Town  &  County 

Bank  Limited,  4  Beaconsfield  place 
Gordon  William  P.  tutor,  3  Dee  place 
Gordon's    College    (Rev.    A.    Ogilvie    M.A.,    LL.D.,    J.P.    head 

master;    Thomas  Fotheringham,    clerk,    treasurer   &   factor), 

SchoolMU  ;  T  N  426.     For  list  of  masters  see  p.  18 
Gorman    Peter,    sanitary    department,    City    buildings;    rea.    2 

Hawthorne  terrace 
Gorrod  <&  Davie,  grain  merchants,  10  Chapel  street 
Gorrod  George,  cooper,  41  Regent  quay;  res.  60  Stanley  street 
Gorrod  Wm.  W.  grain  mer.  (Gorrod  &  Davie),  Mill  house.  Cults 
Govan  John,  manager,  15  Brighton  place 
Gow  Jnmec,  wood  turner,  147  George  street 

Gow  John  Boyd,  solicitor,  46  King  street;  res.  27  Gladstone  pi 

Gowans  George  Russell,  artist,  36  Holburn  street 

Graham  Gordon  &  Co.  tea  &  wine  mers.  31  Market  st, ;  T  N  755 

Graham  J.  &  C.  boot  makers,  41  Upperkirkgate 

Graham  Charles,  wine  merchant  (Gordon  Graham  &  Co.),  380 

Great  Western  road 
Graham  James  Cuthbert,  office  fitter,  17  Crown  street 
Graham  John,  grain  merchant  (Grant  &  Co.),  86  Hamilton  place 
Graham  Walter,   baker,   110  Rosemount  viaduct;    66  Huntly  st. 

&  90  Market  basement 
Graham   William    J.P.    joint   cashier   Union    Bank    of    Scotland 

Limited,  53  Castle  street;  res.  Dandurn,  9  King's  gate 
Grainger  Robert  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  66  Whitehall  road 
Grammar  School  (H.  F.  Morland  Simpson  M.A.  rector;   James 

Moir  M.A.,  LL.D.  co-rector),   Skene   street  west.    For  list  of 

masters  see  p.  18 
Grand   Hotel,    Union     Terrace    gardens    (James 

Grieve,  director)  ;  situation  the  most  select  in 

the    City ;    200     yards    from    Railway    station ; 

T  N  200 
Granite   City    Steamship    Co.    Limited    (Richard    Connon   &   Co. 

managers),  82  Market  street;  T  N  108 
Granite    Supply   Association  Limited   (James  T.    Jeffrey,   sec), 

81  Union  street 
Granite  Supply  Co.  Lim.  (James  Cosgrove,  mgr.),  Palmerston  rd 
Grant  &  Co.  grain  merchants,  75  Regent  quay ;  T  N  19;  T  A 

"  Grant,  Aberdeen  " 
Grant  Alexander,  boot  maker,  13  St.  Andrew  street 
Grant  Alexander,  grocer,  1  Claremont  pi. ;  res.  56  Claremont  sfc 
Grant  David,  spirit  dealer,  697  Great  Northern  road 
Grant  Elspet  (Mrs.),  provision  dealer,  18  Carmelite  street 
Grant  Forbes  C.  chief  clerk  Union  Bank  of  Scotland  Limited,  16 

Cairo  fie  Id  place 
Grant  George,  advocate,  22  Belmont  street;  res.  39  Albert  street 
Grant  George,  japanner,  1  Drum's  lane 
Grant  Jame3,  Don  View  hotel,  Bridge  of  Don 
Grant  James,  shopkeeper,  3  Garvock  street 
Grant  James,  tailor,  106  Great  Western  road 
Grant  Jane  (Miss),  confectioner,  114  Rosemount  place 
Grant  John,  butcher,  78  East  North  street;  10  St.  Clement  street 

&  43  St.  Swithin's  street;  T  N  531 ;  res.  24  Belvedere  street 
Grant  Juhn,  cattle  dealer,  13  Elmfield  avenue 
Grant  John,  ironmonger  &  blacksmith, 12  Gilcomston  steps;TN399 
Grant  John,  seed  merchant,  61  Commerce  street 
Grant  John,  silk  mercer  (Watt  &  Grant),  110  Hamilton  place 
Grant  John,  superintendent  telegraphs  G.P.O.  381  Holburn  street 
Grant  John,  watch  maker,  25  Castle  st. ;  res.  13  Prospect  terrace 
Grant  John  Lyall,  merchant  (Brebner  &  Grant),  11  Albyn  terrace 
Grant  Margaret  (Miss),  householder,  Arthur  cot.  Prince  Arthur  st 
Grant  Mary  (Mrs.),  dairy,  Broomhill  road 
Grant  Peter,  cashier,  27i  Rosemount  place 
Grant  Peter,  hair  dresser,  76  Windmill  brae 
Grant  Robert,  fish  curer,  Point  law;    rea.  Craigenscore  house, 

Victoria  road,  Torry 
Grant  Robert,  manager   for  William  Ford  &  Sons  Limited,   23 

Guild  street ;  res.  71  Westburn  road 
Grant  Thomas,  builder,  33a,  Rosemount  place 
Grant  William,  coach  builder,  10  &  12  Princes  street;   res.  42 

South  Constitution  street 
Grant  William,  joiner,  132  George  street 
Grate  Isabella  (Mrs.),  apartments,  16  Bridge  6treet 
Gravells  Emily  (Mrs.),  apartments,  50  Upperkirkgate 
Gray  David  &  Son,  wheelwrights  &  blacksmiths,  182  Hardgate 
Gray,  Harrow  &  Co.  cartwrights,  lurry  builders  &  blacksm'ths, 

59  Jolin  street  &  18  Charlotte  street;  T  N  282 
Gray  James  A  Co.  bakers,  44  King's  crescent 
Gray  &  Kella,  solicitors,  35a,  Union  street 
Gray,  Kennedy  &  Dickie,  warehousemen,  82  Market  street 
Gray,  Watt  &  Co.  rope  &  twine  manufacturers,  152  to  166  &  162* 

West  North  street;  T  N,  K  25 
Gray  Alexander,  cashier,  128  Blenheim  place 
Gray  Alexander,  foreman,  96  Constitution  6treet 
Gray  Alexander,  fruiterer,   Market  hall 

Gray  Alexander,  jobbing  gardener,  Marine  ter.  ;res.  1G9  Hardgate 
Gray  Alexander,  news  agent,  181  West  North  street 
Gray  Alexander,  shoe  maker,  378  Great  Northern  road 
Gray  Alexander,  slate  mer.  (J.  &  W.  Henderson),  9  Queen's  road 
Gray  Alex,  watch  maker,  20  Netherkirkgate;  res.  147  Duthie  tec 
Gray  Alexander  M.  stores  superintendent  Great  North  of  Scot- 
land Railway,  80  Guild  street;  res.  4  Hamilton  place 
Gray    Alexander     R.    home    &     foreign    produce 

broker  &  provision  &  grain  merchant,  64  Mar- 
ket street  j    T   N  :    office,    36  ;    warehouse,    432 ;    T  A 

"  Gray,  Aberdeen  ;  "  res.  37  Queen's  road 
Gray  Andrew  L.  ironmonger  &  cycle  dir.  35  Rosemount  viaduct 
Gray  Annie  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  63  Frederick  street 
Gray  David,  wheelwright  (David  Gray  &  Son),270  Gt. Western  rd 
Gray  Elliot  (Mrs.),  butcher,  38  Market  hall;  res.  30  Charlotte  st 
Gray  George,  carpenter,  54  Charlotte  street 

Gray  George,  cartwfight  (Gray,  Harrow  &  Co.), 40  Springbank  ter 
Gray  George,  silk  mercer  (Geo.  Lyall  &  Co.),  48  Devonshire  road 
G  ray    George,    warehouseman    (Gray,   Kennedy    &    Dickie),    82 

Market  street 
Gray  Henry,  draper  A;  house  furnisher,  69  to1  75  Broad  6treet; 

clothier,  Greyfriars  buildings;  hatter,  5  &  11  Gallowgate;  res. 

3  Queen'?  road 
Gray  Henry  Mcllbree  Williamson  M.B.,   CM.   surgeon,    6  Bon- 

Accord  square 
Gray  Isabella  (Mrs.),  apartments,  103  Crown  street 
Gray  Isabella  (Mrs.),  apartments.  57  Thistle. street 
Gray  James,  cab  proprietor,  56  High  street.  Old  Aberdeen 
Gray  James,  cashier,  73  Osborne  place 

Gray  James,  granite  polisher,  5  St.  Clair  st. ;  res.  14  Powis  ter 
Gray  John,  cashier  (Alexander  R.  Gray),  84  Fountalnhall  road 
Gray  Jn.Paterson  Smilh,solicitor  (Gray  &  Kellas),44  Salisbury  ter 
Gray  Lewis,  confectioner  &.  fruiterer,  133  Crown  street  &.  106  &, 

139  George  stree1 
Gray  Mary    (Mrs.),   fruiterer   &  florist,    65  Thistle  street;    res. 

38  Richmond  street 
C-ny  M.-s.  sh^pk^cpT,  1  Willewd.ilc  p'ace 

43       ABERDEEN. 



Gray  Peter,  stock  broker,  11  St.  Nicholas  st. ;  res.  13  Osborne  pi 
Gray  R.  Ernest,  deputy  superintendent  Board  of  Trade,  49  Regent 

quay ;  res.  Springbank  terrace 
Gray  Robert,  dairyman,  334  Great  Northern  road 
Gray  Robert,  fancy  goods  repository,  29  Skene  square 
Gray  Robert,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  5  Ragg's  lane 
Gray  Sarah  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  8  Blackfriars  street 
Gray  Thomas,  grocer  &c.  173  Crown  st. ;  res.  50  Springbank  ter 
Gray  William,  draper,  16  TJpperkirkgate 

Gray  William,  grocer  (James  Littlejobn  &  Sons),  86  Blenheim  pi 
Gray  William,  journalist,  1  Caroline  place 
Gray  William,  tailor,  21  Ash  vale  place 
Gray  William,  tailor,  10  Holburn  street 
Gray  Will  am  Anderson,  stock  broker,  48a,  "Union  street 
Gray's   School  of  Art   (John  P.   Fraser,  head  master;    William 

Murray,  janitor),  SchoolhiU 
Great   (The)   Grimsby   Coal,    Salt  &  Tanning  Co.   Limited,   174 

Market  street 
Great  North  of  Scotland  Railway  Co.  (William  Moffatt,  general 

manager   &  sec);    offices,   80  Guild  street;    T  N  62;    goods 

station,    Waterloo   quay;    T  N  368.    For   full  list  of   officials 

seep.  19 
Great  Northern  Telegraph  Co.   (of  Copenhagen)  (V,  R.  Lanng, 

manager),  5  Trinity  buildings 
Great    Western    Road   Bowling   &   Tennis    Club    Limited    (John 

Murray,  sec),  22  Bridge  street 
Green  Charles  &  Sons,  funeral  furnishers,  8  Justice  street 
Green  Agnes  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  116  Park  street 
Green  Alexander  M.A.  schoolmaster,  25  Beechgrove  terrace 
Green  Alexander,  watch  maker,  239  George  6treet 
Green  James,  furniture  dealer,  136  King  street 
Green  Jas.  house  carpenter,  Short  loanings ;  res.  69  Mile  End  aven 
Green  James  S.  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  68  St.  Nicholas  street;  25 

Gallowgate  &  101  Holburn  street;  res.  39  Desswood  place 
Green  John  L.  fish  curer,  Old  Ford  road 
Green  Robert,  jun.  grocer,  613  George  street 
Green  William,  assistant  manager,  75  Westburn  road 
Greenacre  John  S.  photographer,  101a,  Rosemount  p'.ace 
Greenlaw  John,  grocer  &c.  112  Wellington  road;  T  IN  728;  res. 

21  Springbank  terrace 
Gregor  &  Grant,  carpenters,  13  Jasmine  terrace 
Gregor  George,  joiner  (Gregor  &  Grant),  17  Jasmine  terrace 
Gregor  Henry  Watson,  tailor  (Christie  &  Gregor),  103  Irvine  pi 
Gregory  John  M.B.,  CM.  surgeon,  108  High  st.  Old  Aberdeen 
Greig  Brothers,  confectioners,  35  Bridge  street 
Greig  &  Craib,  builders  &  masons,  16  Broomhill  road 
Greig  &  Valentine,  tailors  &  clothiers,  3  Rosemount  viaduct 
Greig  Charles,  tobacconist,  2  Market  et. ;  res.  342  Gt.  Western  rd 
Greig  George,  builder  (Greig  &  Craib),  50  Irvine  place 
Greig  George,  tailor  (Greig  &  Valentine),  33  Thomson  street 
Greig  Jane  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  15  Jute  street 
Greig  John,  tailor,  610  Holburn  street 

Greig  Jn.  Knox.chartered  acentnt.l23£  Union  st. ;  res. 30  Albert  ter 
Greig  Margaret  (Miss),  apartments,  259  Union  street 
Greig  William,  grocer,  105  Skene  street 
Greig  William,  grocer,  66  TJrquhart  road 

Greig  William, grocery  spirit  dealer  &sub-postmaster, Bridge  ofDon 
Greig  William,  tailor,  61  Charlotte  street 
Greig  William  Kelvin,   granite  worker  (Christie,   Greig  &  Co.), 

15  Roslin  terrace 
Greir  Catherine  (Mr?.),  grocer,  406  King  street 
Gresham  Life  Assurance  Society  Limited  (Alexander  Milne,  res. 

sec),  170  Union  street 
Gresham    Publishing    Co.    (The),    booksellers    &    publishers,    26 

St.  Nicholas  street 
Grierson  Herbert  John  Clifford  M.A.  professor  of  English,  Univer- 
sity of  Aberdeen;  res.  7  King's  gate 
.Grieve  Ann  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  6  Short  loanings 
Grieve  William,  teacher  of  navigation,  21  James  street 
Griffiths  James,  shopkeeper,  77  Green 
Griffiths  William,  boot  maker,  8  Park  street 

Grbsse  Wilhelmina  (Mrs.),  clothes  broker,  99  West  North  street 
Groundwater  Elsie  (Mrs.),  tobacconist,  409  Great  Northern  road 
Grove  Cemetery  Co.  Limited  (The)  (Davidson  &  Garden,  sees.), 
■    12  Dee  street 

Gi-ubb  Margaret  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  674  Great  Northern  road 
Guild  Alexander,  machinery  broker,  131  West  North  street;  res. 

30  Elmfield  avenue 
Gullan   David,   bookseller,    lithographer   &c    50  Market   street; 

res.  55  Bon-Accord  street 
Guthrie  Catherine  (Mrs.),  apartments,  54  Stanley  street 
Guthrie  Elizabeth  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  122  Causewayend 
Guthrie  William   Stuart,   teller    National   Bank   of   Scotland,    67 

Union  street :  res.  7  Beechgrove  avenue 
Guyan  Alexander,  assistant  pilot,  5  Middle  row 
G-uyan  James,  pilot,  4  Middle  row 
Uackefc  Clara  (Miss),  shopkeeper,  20£  Dee  street 
Hackney  George,  chief  gunner  H.M.S.  Clyde,  Victoria  dock 
Hadden  Alexander  &  Sons,  woollen  &  carpet  manufacturers  & 

worsted  spinners.  Green;  T  N  472;  &  at  Gordon's  mills,  Wood- 
side;  T  A  *'  Haddens,  Aberdeen  " 
Hadden  Alexander,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  56  East  North  street 
Hadden  Annie  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  90  Victoria  road,  Torry 
Hadden  Gavin  J.P.  manufacturer  (Alexander  Hadden  &  Sons), 

Dalmuinzie  house,  Mnrtle ;  T  N  805 
Hadden  George,  shipmaster,  200  Mid  Stocket  road 
Hadden  Henry  C.  woollen  manufacturer  (Alexander  Hadden  & 

Sons),  52  Queen's  road 
Hadden  James,  baker,  28  Bank  street 
Hadden  James,  stone  mason,  Froghall  lane 
Hadden  James  A.  solicitor,  11  St.  Nicholas  street;  T  N  776;  res. 

429  Ciifton  road 
Hadden  Jane  (Miss),  apartments,  4  Bridge  street 
Haddon  Margaret  (Miss),  teacher  of  music,  28a,  Bank  street 
Hadden  Martin  L.  manufacturer  (A.  Hadden  &  Sons),  Binghill, 

Murtle;  T  N  808 
Hadden  William,  jobbing  gardener,  4  Burns  road 
Haddon  George,  commercial  traveller,  20  Schoolhill 
Haiter  Henry,  apartments,  7  King  street 

Harrow  Thos.G.  assistant  superintendent  G.P.O.130  BroomhiU  rd 
Hall  Alexander  &  Co.  ship  builders,  engineers  &  boiler  makers, 

40  York  street;  T  N  290;  T  A  "  Hall,  Aberdeen  " 
Ha.fl,    Russell    &    Co.     Limited,    engineers,  boiler 
makers  &  ship  builders,  Aberdeen  iron  works, 
York;  T  N  273;  T  A  '*  Hai.hhsskl.  Aberdeen" 
Hall  Alexander,  joiner,  21  Mid  Stocket  road ;  T  N  93 ;   res.  24- 

Beech  Grove  terrace 
Ha'l  Aiexander,  lamp  &  oil  dealer,  49  East  North  street 
Hall  Alexander,  shipmaster,  156  Hutcheon  street 
Hall  David,  confectioner,  52  East  North  street 
Hall  Elizabeth  (Miss),  earthenware  dealer,  70  Begent  quay 
Hall  George,  builder,  Blenheim  place 
Hall  George,  clerk,  12  Argyll  place 

Hall    Harvey,    advocate    &    chartered    accountant    &  aud'tor   of 
town's  accounts  (Marquis  &  Hall);  res.  8  Bon-Accord  crescent 
Hall  James,  tailor  &  clothier,  44  Bridge  street 
Hall  Jyhn,  plasterers'  fibre  maker,  Links 
Hull  Leith  (Mrs.),  grocer,  34  Park  street 
Hall  Mary  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  21  Urquhart  road 
Hall  Robert.  J.P.  druggist,  45>5  Great  Northern  road;  res.  Heath 

cottage,  Queen  street,  Woodside 
Hall    Sergt. -Instructor   James   Henry,   1st   Aberdeenshire   Royal 

Engineers  (Yo'.unteers),  50  Hardgate 
Hall  Thomas  C.  bookseller  &  stationer,  306  George  street 
Hall  William,  householder,  31  Queen  street 

Hall  William,  jun.   ship  builder  (Alexander  Hall  &  Co.),  Ford- 
bank,  Ruthrieston ;  T  N  558 
Halley  Daniel,  chemist,  70  Great  Western  road 
II alley  David,  engineer,  89  Ashley  road 

Halley  William,  tea  mer.  (T.  Curr  &  Co.),  415  Great  Western  rd 
Hallglen  Richard  H.  Pavilion  restaurant,  44  Market  street 
Hally  Robert,   ironmonger  (Shirras,    Laing  &  Co.   Limited),  22 

Queen's  road 
Hamilton  David  J.,  M.B.,  F.R.C.S.E.  professor  of  pathological 

anatomy  Aberdeen  University;  res.  41  Queen's  road 
Hampton  Thos.  W.  carver  &c.  363  Union  st. ;  res.  124  Desswood  pi 
Hannan  Isabella  (Mrs.),  apartments,  51  Castle  street 
Hansen  Lorenz  Peter,  tailor,  50  Short  loanings 
Harbour  Engineer's  Office  (Robert  G.  Nicol,  harbour  engineer; 

Wm.  Simpson,  assistant  engineer),  15  Regent  quay  ;  T  N  233 
Hardie  John  &  Co.  photographers,  158  King  street 
Hardie  Thomas  Paterson,  wheelwright,  305  Great  Northern  road 
Hardy  James  &  Co.  watch  makers  &  jewellers,  53  Union  street 
Harker  John,  manager,  11  Affleck  street 
Harman  James,  spirit  dealer,  43  John  street 
Harper  &  Co.  agricultural  implement  makers  &  "wire  workers, 

20  Hadden  street 
Harper  Philip  &  Co.  butchers,  56  Great  Northern  road 
Harper  &  Sutherland,  civil  engineers  &  architects,  115  Union  st. ; 

T  N  892 
Harper  William  &  Co.  coal  &  lime  merchants,  39 

Guild  street ;  T  N  266 
Harper  Alexander,  draper,  10  Gallowgate;  res.  16  Claremont  st 
Harper  Alex,  slater,  9  Summerfield  ter. ;   res.  20  Northfield  place 
Harper  Charles,  confectioner,  122  Gallowgate 
Harper  Hugh,  wire  worker  (Harper  &  Co.),  11  Gray  street 
Harper  James,  butcher,  1  Craig  place,  Torry 
Harper  James,  slater,  26  South  Constitution  street 
Harper  Louis,   civil  engineer  (Harper  &  Sutherland),   58  Glad- 
stone place 
Harper  Peter,  superintendent,  Duthle  park,  Whinhill  road 
Harper  Robert,  greengrocer,  29  Justice  street 
Harper  William,  butcher,  362  George  street 
Harper  Wm.  coal  mer.  (Wm.  Harper  &  Co.),  10  Springbank  ter 
Harpers  Limited,   general   founders  &  engineers,   Craiginches; 

T  N  649;  TA"  Harpers,  Craiginches,  Aberdeen  " 
Harpers  Motor  Co.  33  Bridge  street 
Harris  William,  cashier,  43  Watson  street 
Harrott  Arthur  Joseph,  manager,  32  Bank  street 
Harrow  Jn.  cartwright  (Gray,  Harrow  &  Co.),  26  Fountamhall  rd 
Harrower  John  M.A.  professor  of  Greek,  University  of  Aberdeen ; 

res.  32  College  bounds,  Old  Aberdeen 
Harvey  J.  &  G.  J.  stock  brokers,  15  Adelphi;  T  N  306;  T  A 

"  Harveys,  Aberdeen  " 
Harvey  Christina  (Miss),   shopkeeper,  32  Leadside  road 
Harvev  Elizabeth  (Miss),  dress  maker,  105  Summer  street 
Harvey  George  J.  stock  broker  (J.  &  G.  J.  Harvey),  Monykeb- 

bock,  New  Machar 
Harvev  Helen  (Miss),  dress  maker,  22  Esslemont  avenue 
Harvey  James,  stock  broker  (J.  &  G.  J.  Harvey),  Monykebbock, 

New  Machar 
Harvey  John  Charles,  commercial  traveller,  50  Clifton  ro»d 
Harvey  Peter,  cowkeeper,  644  Great  Northern  road 
Harvey    Robert,    accountant    (G.N.    of    S.    Railway),    64    Great) 

Western  road 
Hastings  James,  bookkeeper,  8  Cattofield  place 
Hatt  William,  general  dealer  &  news  agent,  42}  Chapel  street 
Hay   &  Lyall,  carvers,  gilders,    opticians  &    de- 
corators to  the  Queen,  73  Union  street 
Hay  R.  &  J.  house  carpenters,  Rnsebank  place.  Hardgate 
Hoy  William  &  Co.  hay  <fc  straw  dealers,  Weighhouse  square 
Hay  William  &  Sons,  mineral  water  manufacturers,  88  College  pfc 
Hay  William  A.  &  Co.  iron  &  metal  merchants.  Commercial  road 
Hay  Alexander,  blacksmith.  141  Causpwaypnd 
K:\'y  Alexander,  cabinet  maker,  49  Baker  street 
Hay  Alexander,  coach  builder.  218  Holburn  street 
Hay  .Alexander,  nurseryman  (B.  Reid  &  Co.),  18  Gladstone  placp 
Hav  Alexander  "D.  mineral' water  manufacturer  (William  Hay  & 

Sons) :  res.  Inverurie 
Hav  Annie  (Mrs.),  grocer,  19  Richmond  street 
Hay  Ann  (Mrs.),  midwife,  87  Rosemount  place 
Hay  Edward   H.,   M.A.    teacher  of  French,    Gordon's   College; 

res.  21  Grosvenor  place 
Hay  F.lizabeth  (Mrs.),  news  agent,  655  George  street 
Hay  Geo.  builder  (Leslie  &  Hay\  Ashton  cottage,  Fraser  road 
Hay  George,  tailor  &  clothier,  27  Union  terrace;   res.  43  Rose- 
mount viaduct 
Hay  George,  traveller,  258  Great  Western  road 
H^v  James  M.A.  advocate,  48a,  Union  street;  res.  27  Albert  ter 





Hay  James,  confectioner,  40  Marischal  street 
Hay  James,  Athenseum  Liar  1  &  2,  &  Royal  Athenaeum  restaurant 
7,  Union  buildings;    T  N  84;    T  A  "  Athemeunt,  Aberdeen ;  '* 
res.  21  Al'byn  place 
Hay  James,  spirit  dealer,  64  Loch  street 
Hay  James,  tailor,  13  Belmont  street;  res.  19  Stanley  abreet 
Hay  Jane  (Mrs.),  fish  merchant,  Wet  Fish  market;  res.  Drums  la 
Hay  John,  artist,  115  Union  street 

Hay  John  (Mrs.),  news  agent  &  tobacconist,  267  George  street 
Hay  Ma  Whew  M.D.   professor   of   forensic   medicine   "University 
of  Aberdeen,  police  surgeon  &  medical  officer  of  health,  Muni- 
cipal buildings;   res.  14  Rubislaw  terrace;  T  N  1502 
Hay  Peter,  grocer,  38  Hoi  burn  street;  res.  46  Brighton  p'ace 
Hay  Robb.  cabinet  maker  &c.  9  Union  wynd ;  res.  70  Union  gro 
Hay  Robert,  carpenter  (R.  &  J.  Hay).  54  Ba'mornl  place 
Hay  Robert  \V.  L.  carve:  &c.  (Hay  &  Lyall),  6  Polmuir  road 
Hay  William,  blacksmith,  19  Mid  Stocket  road 
Kay  William, mineral  water  manfr.  (Win.  Hay  &  Sons) ; res. Alford 
Hay  Williajn,  town  sergeant,  2  Jasmine  terrace 
Hay  William  A.  scrap  iron  merchant  (William  A.  Hay  &  Co.), 

Galleries,  Skene  street  west 
Hay  William  Fowlie,  chemist,  29  Rose  st. ;  res.  106  Leadside  rd 
Haywarct  Lieuh.   I.,  R.N.R.   superintendent  &  examiner  in  navi- 
gation &.  seamanship,  Board  of  Trade,  49  Regent  quay;   res. 
30  Brighton  place 
Hector  &  Luigi,  confectioners,  37  Leadside  road 
Hector  John,  cement,  fire-clay  goods,  lime  &  coal  merchant,  99 

&  101  John  street;  T  N  655 
Hector    John,    lessee    of    salmon    fishings,    Altens,    Nigg;    res. 

154  Bon-Accord  street 
Hector  Thomas  J. P.   cierk  &  treasurer  to  the  Aberdeen  school 

board,  22  Union  terrace;   res.  46  Fountainhall  road 
Hector  Thomas  Walker,   solicitor  &  notary  public,   231a,  Union 

street;    res.  46  Fountainhall  road 
Hector  William,  bookseller  &  stationer,  269  Holburn  street 
Hefft  Wladimir  W.  professor  of  music,  467  Union  street 
Hegarty  John  Bayne,    postmaster  General  Post  Office,   Market 

street;  res.  The  Eagles,  Queen's  gate 
Hein  Gustav,  teacher  of  modern  languages  &  German  lecturer 

(honours')  Aberdeen  University;  res.  2  Rubislaw  place 
Helmrich  Charles,  whu.esale  stationer,  22  Adelphi 
Kempt-hill  Edward,  agent  (Nelson  &  Co.");  res.  18  .St.  Mary's  pi 
Henderson  Brothers,  clothiers,   35£  Broad  street 
Henderson  D.  &  Son,  japanners,  52  Belmont  street 
Henderson  H.  &  Sons,  tanners,  curriers  &  leather  mers.  3  King  st 
Henderson  J.  &  W.  slate  &  cement  merchants,  82  Market  street; 

T  N  479;  T  A  "  Hendersons,  Aberdeen  " 
Henderson  &  Son,  architects  &  valuators,  124  Union  street 
Henderson  &  Stephen,  manfg.  confectioners,  35  Spring  gardens 
Henderson  &  Webster,  granite  polishers  &c.  Affleck  street 
Henderson  William  &  Co.  mill  furnishers,  engineers  &  machinery 

brokers,  12  Affleck  street 
Henderson  Adam,  tailor  &c.  118  King  street 

Henderson  Albert  M.B.,  CM.  physician  &  surgeon,  207  Union  st 
Henderson  Alex,  draper  (Sangster  &  Henderson),  13  Argyll  pi 
Henderson  Alexander,  district  manager  The  Gresham  Publishing 

Co.  63  Stanley  street 
Henderson  Alexander,  grocer  &c.  32  Wellington  street ;  T  N  332 ; 

res.  158  Broomliill  road 
Henderson  Alexander  Duff,    ship  owner   (George  Thompson   & 

Co.),  24  Polmuir  road 
Henderson  Alexander,  teacher  of  handicraft  Gordon's  College; 

res.  275  Union  grove 
Henderson  Andrew,  ironmonger,  36  Schoolhill;  res.  Airey  bank, 

Mid  Stocket 
Henderson  Andrew  Murray,  commercial  traveller,  112  Clifton  rd 
Henderson  Andrew  W.  chemist  &  druggist.33  Rosemount  viaduct 
Henderson  Catherine  (Miss),  dress  maker,  46  Spital 
Henderson  David,  tea  merchant,  15  Elm  place 
Henderson  David,  japanner  (D.  Henderson  &  Son),  36  Irvine  pi 
Henderson  David,  tea  merchant,  15  Elm  place 
Henderson  Elizabeth  (Miss),  dress  maker,  23  Thistle  street 
Henderson  Francis  D.  outfitter,  36  Market  st. ;  res.  97  Leslie  ter 
Henderson  George,  draper,  232  Holburn  street 
Henderson   James   J. P.    agent   Town  &    County   Bank   Limited, 

431  Great  Northern  road 
Henderson  James,  blacksmith,  36  Upperkirkgate 
Henderson  Jas.  commercial  travllr.  Orchard  cot.  Orchard  place 
Henderson  James,  grocer,  20  Shiprow 
Henderson  James,  joiner,  Cuparstone  row 
Henderson  James,    photographic   apparatus   &   material   dealer, 

168  Union  street ;  res.  f50  Broomhill  road 
Henderson  James  A.  draper,  6  Holburn  street 
Henderson  James  O.  tailor,  1  High  street,  Old  Aberdeen 
Henderson  James  Taylor,   market   gardener,   Woodbine  cottage, 

Henderson  James  William,  schoolmaster,  22  Mile  End  avenue 
Henderson  Jane  (Mrs.),  apartments,  267  Union  street 
Henderson  John,  baker,  3  South  Mount  street 
Henderson  John,  builder,  19  Summer  street;  res.  107  Hamilton  pi 
Henderson  John  J. P.  manager  North  of  Scotland  Bank  Limited, 

King  street;   res.  Queensgate 
Henderson  John,  shipmaster,  83  Hamilton  place 
Henderson  John,  tea  merchant,  356  George  st. ;  res.  604  George  st 
Henderson1   John    M.    engineer,    King   street;    T   N    162;    T   A 

"  i  'ranes ; "  res.  209  King  street 
Henderson  Joseph,  master  manner,  84  Desswood  place 
Henderson  Peter,  bailor,  347  George  street;   res.  4  Loanhead  ter 
Henderson  Robe.  J. P.  draper,  33  &  35  Union  st. ;  res.  9  Albyn  ter 
Henderson  Sarah  (Mrs.),  stay  maker.  4  Little  Chapel  street 
Henderson  Thomas,  butcher,  15  Little  Chapel  street 
Henderson  William,  butcher,   493  Great  Northern  rnad 
Henderson  Wm.  clothier  (Henderson  Bros.),  l*o  Mid  Stockeb  rd 
Henderson  William,  consulting  engineer,  135  Crown  street 
Henderson  William,  mill  furnisher  (William  Henderson  &  Co.), 
25  Deemount  road 

Henderson   William,    manufacturing  confectioner   (Henderson   « 

Stephen),  Leslie,  Fifeshire 
Henderson  William,  t-Tiopkeeper,  384  Great  Northern  road 
Henderson  William,  shopkeeper,  108  Loch  street 
Hendrick  James  B.Sc.  lecturer  on  agricultural  chemistry  Aber- 
deen Universiry;  res.  141  Mid  Stocket  rnad 
Hendry  &  Keith,  house  carpenters,  Giicomstun  park 
Hendry  Alexander  M.  registrar  of  births,  deaths  &  marriages  for 

Wondside,  672  Great  Northern  road 
Hendry     David     R.    messenger-at-^rms,    sheriff, 
burg!»   &.  justice   of  peace   officer,   35a,   Union 
street;  T  N  796;  res.  6  Canal  street;  T  N,  K  73 
Hendry  George,  reporter,  47  Thomson  street 
Ht'ndry  James,  dairyman,  377  Great  Northern  foad 
Hendry  James,  joiner,  7  Forest  avenue;  res.  17  Forest  avenue 
Hendry  Jane  (Miss),  dress  maker,  134c,  Skene  street 
Hendry  John,    inspector  of   weights   &   measures   for   the   East 

Division  of  Aberdeenshire,  23  Lodge  walk 
Hendry  Joseph,  jobbing  gardener,  1  Jamaica  street 
Hendry  William,  clerk,  3d6  Clifton  road 
Hendry    William    C.    resident   sec.    Sickness,    Accident    &    Lite 

Association  Limited,  34  Bridge  street;  res.  19  Forest  avenue 
Henry  Alexander,  editor  "Free  Press;"  offices,  Union  street; 

res.  Queen's  cross 
Henry  Caroline  (Mrs.),  nurse,  6  Hanover  street 
Henry  James,  horse  shoer  (Marshall  &  Henry),  28  Maberly  st 
Henry  James  L.  basket  maker,  7  Upperkirkgate 
Henry  Margareo  (Mrs.),  fruiterer  &■  confectioner,  187  George  st 
Henry  William,  commercial  traveller,  15!)  Crown  street 
Ilensman  Caroline  (Miss)  L.R.A.M.  teacher  of  music,  6  Alford  pi 
Hensman  Edith  (Miss)  C.P.T.C.L.  professor  of  music,  6  Alford  pi 
Henson  George  William,  fishmonger,  144  Rosemount  place 
Hepburn  Alexander,  fruiterer,  54  Holburn  st. ;  re3.  41  Mount  st 
Hepburn  John,  printer,  24  Belmont  street ;  res.  77  Stanley  street 
Hepburn  Mary  (Mrs.),  cork  cutter,  2a  Queen  street 
Hepburn  William,  coal  dealer,  47  Jack's  brae  &  shopkeeper,  12£ 

Kidd  lane 
Hepworth  J.  &  Son  Limited,  clothiers,  10  George  street 
H.  M.  Factory  Department  (North  of  Scotland  District;  embracing 

the   counties   of  Aberdeen,   Kincardine,   Banff,   Moray,    Nairn, 

Inverness,    Ross,    Sutherland,    Caithness,    Orkney   &   Shetland) 

(John    Calder,    inspector  of   factories   &  workshops;    William 

McDonald,  clerk),  21  King  street 
Her  Majesty's  Theatre  &  Opera  House  (John  Cavanah,  manager), 

Guild  street 
Herald  &  Weeklv  Free  Press  Newspaper;   office,   30  Union  st. ; 

T  N  73 
Herbert  Herbert  William,  piano  tuner.  3  Mount  street 
Herd  Caroline  (Mrs.),  apartments,  19  Union  street 
Herd  William,  grocer  &c.  28  Belmont  street;  res.  42  Mount  st 
Herd  William  A,  teacher  of  music,  la.  Mount  street 
Herv^y  James,  traveller,  218  Cinion  grove 
Hewat  Peter,  mnnatrer,  58  VI  unjhall  road 
High  School  for  Girls  (Jn.  M'Bain  M.A.  head  master;  Miss  Lucy 

L.  Ward  B.A.  lady  surf. ),  19  Albvn  nl.     For  masters  see  p.  19 
Hill  J.  •k  R.  french  polishers,  5  Littlejohn  street 
Hill  Genrge,  tailor,  "270  George  street;  res.  46  Erskine  street 
Hill  James,  spirit  dealer,  1  Park  st. ;  res.  302  Great  Western  rd 
Hill  James,  tailor,  52  Holburn  street 
Hily^r  Alexander,  basket  maker,  86  Green 
Hinshelwood  Thomas  &  Co.  oil  &  color  manfrs.  51  Guild  street 
Hird  Janet  (Miss),  householder,   39  Gilcomston  park 
Hobbs  John,  shopkeeper,  7  Rosemount  place 
Hodge  Mary  (Miss),  teacher  of  music,  1  Alford  place 
Hodges  Elsie  (Miss),  nurse,   23  Chapel  street 
Hogarth  &  Co.  salmon  fishers  &  merchants,  82  College  st. ;  T  N  219 
Hogarth  Alex.  Pirie,  mer.(Hogarth  &  Co.), 14  Crown  ter. ;  T  N  493 
Hogg  Charles, funeral  furnisher  (Gilchrist  W.  &  Co.),  168  King  st 
Hogg  Isabella  (Miss),  dress  maker,  102  Chapel  street 
Hogg  James,  apartments,  39  Marischal  street 
Hogg  John,  shipmaster,  142  Great  Western  road 
Hoggan  Andrew,  french  polisher,  1_'2  Chapel  street 
Hoggins  Alexander,  printer,  24  Skene  street;  res.  503  George  st 
Hoggins  Jessie  (Mrs.),  glass  &  china  dealer,  503  George  street 
Holland  Matthew,  fishmonger,   23J  Gnestrow 
Holmes  Harry  A.  manager,  55  Albury  road 
Holwarth  William,  dairyman,  525  Great  Northern  road 
Heme  for  Aged  &  Infirm  Poor  of  both  Sexes  &  for  Abandoned 

Children,  &  Roman  Catholic  Industrinl  School  for  Girls  (Sisters 

of  Nazareth,  sisters;  Madame  M.  M.  Owen,  superioress),  Naz- 
areth house,  Claremont  street 
Home  &  Colonial  Lim.  481  Union  street  &  5  Sb.  Nicholas  street 
Home   for   Destitute   Females    (Miss   Helen   Addison,    matron), 

684  King  street.  Old  Aberdeen 
Hood  George  Mair,  solicitor  &  notary,  4  Correction  wynd;   T  INI 

294;   res.  Red  house.  Rubislaw  Den  south 
Hopkins  Joseph,   teller  Town  &  County   Bank  Limited,   1  Bel- 

videre  crescent 
Horn  William,   shopkeeper,   26£  Hutcheon  street 
Home  &  Mackinnon,  stock  brokers,  75  Union  street ;  T  N  3 ;  T  A 

"  Home,  Aberdeen  " 
Home  &  Son,  family  grocers,  501    Union  street; 

T  N,  K  24 
Home  Alexander,  cashier,  21  Osborne  place 

Home  Alex.  Duffus,  family  grocer  (Home  &  Son),  41  Carden  pi 
Home  Arthur,  commercial  traveller,  63  Beaconsfield  place 
Home  Helen  (Miss),  teacher  of  music,  166  Skene  street  west 
Home  Isabella  (Mrs.),  grocer,  53  Chapel  street 
Home  Wm.     lumber,  27  Justice  street;   res.  34  Cnst'e  street 
Horse,    Carriage   &   General    Insurance    Co.    Limited    (Alex.    S. 

Wilson,  district  niimarer),  123£  Union  street.     See  advert 
Horse  Shoers'  Union  (Mathew  H.  G'.ennie,  sec),  107  Union  grove 
Hosie  Alexander,  commercial  traveller,  29  Lily  Bank  place 
Hospital  for  the  Relief  of  Persons  Labouring  under  Ineurab'a 

Diseases     (Genrge     M.     Edmond     &     Arthur     Lister,     medical 
officers;  Parr:  k  Cooper  M.A.  sec.  &  treasurer),  Morningtield, 

King's  gate 


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Hossack  Elizabeth  (Mrs.),  nurse,  5  Drum's  lane 

House  of  Bethany  (Community  of  St.  Mary  &  St.  John),  Convent, 

Female  Orphanage  &  School  (Eev.  Mother  Elizabeth,  superior- 
ess;   Sister   Gertrude   Elizabeth  Mary,   principal  teacher),   147 
Hard  gate 
Houston  James  Cameron,   jobbing  gardener,   Polmuir;    res.   276 

Howard  Adolphe  John,  teacher  of  music,  6  Strawberry  bank 
Howard  Charles  S.  grocer  (Chivas  Brothers),  13  King  street 
Howie  Agnes  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  18  Kintore  place 
Howie  Francis,  grocer,  2  Brighton  place 
Howie  George,  house  carpenter,  66  Loch  street 
Howie  Peter  M.B.,  CM.  physician  &  surgeon,  116  Crown  street 
Howie  William,  (dairyman,  28  Carmelite  street 
Hosie  Wm.  Yule,  grocer,  44  Union  ter. ;  res.  99  Leslie  terrace 
Huggan  Jn.  A.  seedsman  (Geo.  Bruce  &  Co.),  Monaltrie  vil.  Seafld 
Hugon  Emile  Alfred,  spirit  dealer,  54  Guild  street 
Humphries  John  Henry,  sergeant-instructor  Medical  Staff  Corps, 

48  Victoria  street 
Hunter  &  Gordon,  advocates  &  notaries  public,  80  Union  street 
Hunter  &  Walker,  grocers  &  spirit  dlrs.  118  Gallowgate;  T  N  476 
Hunter  Alexander,  pilot,  20  South  square 
Hunter  Andrew  M.B.,  C.M.  surgeon,  173  King  street 
Hunter  Elizabeth  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  17  Loch  street 
Hunter  James,  granite  worker,  285  King  st. ;  res.  Stanley  street 
Hunter  James, grocer  &  spirit)  dealer, -1  Park  st. ;  res. 20  Roslin  ter 
Hunter  John,  dairyman,  6  Marquis  road,  Woodside 
Hunter  John  Will,  grocer,  220  Rosomount  place 
Hunter  Mary  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  90  Leadside  road 
Hunter  R.  chemist,  118  Union  street 
Hunter  Pobert,  hair  dresser,  128  Gallowgate 
Hunter    Stephen,    cashier    Northern    Agricultural    Co. ;    res.  12 

Braemnr  place 
Hunter  William  M.A.,  LL.D.  advocate  (Hunter  &  Gordon),   36 

Albyn  place 
Hunter  William,  foreman,  19  Broomhill  road 
Hunter  William,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  63  Huntly  street 
Hunter  William  O.  engraver,  52  Upperkirkgate ;  res.  55Huntly  st 
Hnntcr-Blair  Captain  R.  S.  adjutant  3rd  Battalion  Gordon  High- 
landers, King  Street  barracks;  res.  Denmore 
Hurry  &  Macpherson,  wholesale  grocers  &  commission  merchants, 

26  Jnhn  street;  T  N  121 
Hurry  Alexander,  blacksmith,  Rodger's  walk 
Hurry  Andrew,  shipmaster,  24  Braemar  place 
Hurry  Wm.  who.  groce:  (Hurry  &  Macpherson),  139  Skene  st 
Huss  Laurence  Bethel,  salesman,  1  Brunswick  place 
Hutcheuson  Mary  (Miss),  dining  rooms,  112  George  street 
Hutchoon  Cummings  &  Co.  ironmongers,  502  Great  Northern  rd. 

Woodside  R.S.O 
Hutclieon  Alexander,  cashier,  23  Broomhill  road 
Hutcheon  Alex,  watch  ma.  6  Schoolhill;  res.  42  Whitehall  road 
Hutcheon  G.  (Mrs.),  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  68  West  North  street 
Hutcheon  James,  granite  polisher,  397  King  street;  T  N,  K  47 
Hutcheon   James,    registrar    of    births,    deaths    &    marriages    & 

inspector  of  poor  &  collector  of  rates  for  the  parish  of  Old 

Machar,   Craigdon,  Bridge  of  Don 
Hutclieon   James   J. P.    sec.    North   of    Scotland   Bank   Limited, 

King  street ;   res.  90  Hamilton  place 
Hutclieon  John,   inspector  of  branches  North  of  Scotland   Bank 

Limited,  King  street;   res.  Cults 
Hutcheon     Mary    (Mrs.),   temperance     hotel,    56 

Union  street 
Hutcheon  Robert,  grocer,  14  Margaret  street 
Hutch eson  George  &  Co.  commission  agents  &  grain  merchants, 

47  Marischal  street;  T  N  243;  T  A  "  Hutcheson,  Aberdeen" 
Hutcheson  Geo.  grain  mer.  (Geo.  Hutcheson  &  Co.),  56  Garden  pi 
Hutcheson  George,  jun.  grain  merchant  (George  Hutcheson  & 

Co.),  56  Carden  place 
Hutcheson   George,   shopkeeper,  10  Hutcheon  street 
Hutcheson  John,  shipmaster,  379  Holburn  street 
Hutchison  George  &  Co.  cycle  manufacturers,  184  Market  street 
Hutchison  &  Summers,  plumbers,  9  Diamond  lane 
Hutchison  Alexander,  grocer,  Clover  hill,  Bridge  of  Don 
Hutchison  Alexander  B.  baker,  1  Justice  street;  1  Queen  street; 

32  &  34  Broad  street  &  55  Victoria  road,  Torry 
Hutchison  Ellison  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  11  Claremount  street 
Hutchison  George,  plumber  (Hutchison  &   Summers),   12   Mar- 
garet street 
Hutchison  James,  draper  (Watson  &  Hutchison),  52  Hamilton  pi 
Hutchison  John,  saddler  &  harness  maker,  92  King  street 
Hynd  Thomas  Chalmers  F.E.I.  S.  headmaster  King  Street  board 

school,  1  Rub'slaw  Den  south 
Imlach  Helen  (Mrs.),  fruiterer,  5a,  Causewayend 
Imlay  Hugh  &  Co.  Limited,  envelope  nianfrs.  Duff  st. ;  T  N  151 
Imlay  Jn.M.butcher,  208  Gallowgate;  res.  Middleton,  Tullos  Nigg 
Imperial  Hotel  (near  to  the  railway  station)  (Alexander  Cowie, 

proprietor) ;  T  N  160 
Imray  David,  marine  store  dealer,  2  Water  lane 
Imray  William,  boot  maker,  6  Skene  street 
Inglis  Francis,   grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  100  Gallowgate;   res.  52 

Constitution  street 
Inglis  John,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  47  Commerce  street 
Ingram  E.  &  M.  (Misses),  fancy  goods  dealers,  36  &  37  Markeb 

gallery;   res.  67  Chapel  street 
Ingram  J.  &  J.  wrights,  44  Causewayend 
Tngram  John  &  Annie  (Miss),  milliners,  58  Holburn  street 
Ingram  &  Mortimer,  commission  merchants  &  produce  brokers,  20 

Adelphi;  T  N  95;  TA"  Ingradelph,  Aberdeen  " 
Tngram  Adam,  traffic  agent  Midland  Railway  Co.  91  Clifton  road 
Ingram  Alex.  M.  merchant  (Ingram  &  Mortimer),  46  Forest  rd 
Ingram  Annie  (Miss),  milliner  (J.  &  A.  Ingram),  315  Hardgate 
Ingram  Charles,  tailor  &  clothier,  6  Maberley  street 
Ingram  Elizabeth  (Miss),  milliner,  3  Mounthooly 
1  ngram  Isabella  ("Miss),  furniture  dealer,  29  Upperkirkgate 
Ingram  Isabella  (Miss),  nurse,  104  Leadside  road 
Ingram  James,  fishery  officer,  46  Marischal  street  , 
Ingram  Jane  (Miss),  bookseller  &  stationer,  44  George  street 
Tngram  Jessie  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  30  Miller  street 
Ingram  John,  granite  worker,  St.  Peter  street 
Tngram  John,  milliner  (J.  &  A.  Ingram),  315  Hardgate 

Ingram  John  S.  clothier"  (City  Clothing  Co.),  33  Watson  street 
Inkson  Elsie  (Miss),  dress  maker.  92  Summer  street 
Inkster  James,  shipmaster,  14  Belvidere  crescent 
Inkster    William,    supt.    Aberdeen    fire    brigade,    Central    Fire- 
station,  King  street;  T  N  24 
Inland  Revenue  Office  (Thomas  Paxton;  collector);    offices,  In- 
land Revenue  Office  buildings,  27  King  street 
Innes  Alexander   &   Sons,   funeral  furnishers,  59  Broad  .street;. 

T  N.  213;  &  house  carpenters,  4  &  6  Barnett's  close 
Innes  'Alex,  carpenter  (Alexander  Innes  &  Sons),  2  Castle  ter 
Innes  Alexander,  insurance  agent,  640  George  street 
Tunes  Charles  G.  boot  maker,  81  Spring  garden 
Innes  George,  boot  &  shoe  maker,  49  Spital 

Innes    James,  carpenter  (Alex.  Innes  &  Sons),  47  Urquhart  road 
Innes  Jessie  (Miss),  news  agent,  63  Thistle  street 
Innes  John,  inspector  of  branches  North  of  Scotland  Bank  Lim. : 

res.  47  Forest  avenue 
IniKsJuhn  M.B.,  C.M.   physician  &  surgeon,  4  Powis  terrace: 

surgery,  431  George  street 
Innes  Mary  (Mrs.),  apartments,  8  Castle  street 
Innes  Samuel,  steward,  Masonic  hall,  12  Exchange  street 
Innes  William  Ruie,  grocer,  111  Causewayend 
Institute  of  Journalists  (Aberdeen  &  North-East  of  Scotland  Dis- 
trict) (Thomas  P.  Gill,  hon.  sec),  30  Union  street 
Ironside  John  &  Co.  wine  &  spirit  merchants,   67  &  69   Rose- 
mount  viaduct 
Ironside  Alexander  W.  boot  maker,  45  Green 
Ironside  Geo.  news  agent  &  picture  frame  maker,  38  King  st 
Ironside  James,  valuator,  31  Thomson  street 
Ironside  John,  house  agent,  60  Schoolhill;  res.  31  Thomson  st 
Ironside  John,  wine  &  spirit  merchant  (Ironside  John  A;  Co.),. 

18  Gladstone  place 

Ironside  John  Fullarton,  teacher  of  music,  3  Holland  street 
Ironside  Margaret  (Mrs.),  grocer,  31  Ann  street 
Ironside  William,  teacher  of  singing.  90a,  Rosemount  place- 
Ironside  William  D.,   C.E.   (Walker   &  Duncan),  architect,  land 

surveyor  &  civil  engineer,  3  Golden  square ;   res.  29  Rubislaw 

Den  south 
Irvin   Richard   &    Son,   fish   salesmen.    Commercial  ruad;    T   A 

"  Irvin,  Aberdeen  " 
Irvine  Elizabeth  (Mrs.),  nurse,  79  Huntly  street 
Irvine  James,  horse  shoer,  3  Farrier  lane 
Irvine  Maxwell,  blacksmith,  19  Leadside  road 
Italian  Consulate    (Richard  A.  D.  Connon,  agent),  82  Market  st 
Jack  Alexander,  watch  maker,  243  George  street 
Jack  Caroline  (Mrs.),  householder,  45  Carden  place 
Jack   James,    cycle   agent   &.    dealer,    25    Rose    street;    res.    2o> 

Mount  street 
Jack  John,  refreshment  rooms,  76  Hutcheon  street 
Jack  John  Robert,  schoolmaster,  39  Gray  street 
Jack  Robert  Ferguson,  commercial  traveller,  12  Beechgrove  pi 
Jackson  George,  billposter,  3  South  College  street 
Jackson  Henry  M.D.,  L.R.C.S.Edin.  physician,  19  Golden  square 
Jackson  James,  boot  maker,  48  Upperkirkgate;  res.  39  Watson  st 
Jackson  James,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  141  Crown  street 
Jackson  James  Shirky,  teacher  of  singing,  4  West  Craibstone  sc 
Jackson  Robert,  manager  Barry  Henry  &  Co.  Limited;   res.   85 

Duthie  terrace 
Jackson  Robert  C.  solicitor  (Storie,  Cruden  &  Co.  advocates),  21 

Albert    street 
Jackson  Robert  William,  manager,  98  Leslie  terrace 
Jackspn  William,  bookbinder,  18  Back  wynd;  T  N  291 
Jaffray  William  Mitt-hell,  telegraphist,  84  Blenheim  place 
Jaffrey  Thomas  J. P.  actuary  &  cashier  Aberdeen  Savings  Bank, 

19  Union  terrace ;   res.  100  Fountainhall  road 
James  David,  chimney  sweeper,  119  Skene  street 
Jameson  Ann  (Mrs.),"  shopkeeper,  9  West  North  street 
Jameson  Walter  Geo.  com.  agt.  (Young  &  Jameson).  76  Carden  pi 
Jamie  Jane  (Mrs.),  dress  maker,  53  Bon-Accord  street 

Jamie  Lewis  Graham,  baker,  464  Great  Northern  road 
Jamieson  Brothers,  wholesale  grocers,  41  Regent  quay 
Jamieson   George  &  Son,   jewellers  &  watch   & 

clock  makers  to  the  Royal  -family,  107  Union  st 
Jamieson  James  H.  &  Co.  boot  makers,  153  George  street 
Jamieson  Jn.  &  Co.  tailors  &  outfitters,  50  Union  st.  &  38  Broad  st 
Jamieson,  Mitchell  &  Co.   wholesale  grocers  &  wine  merchants, 

34  &  36  Netherkirkgate ;  T  N  284 
Jamieson  William  &  Co.  drapers  &  outfitters,  122  &  126  John  st 
Jamieson  &  Co.  manufacturers  of  harness  composition,  blacking. 

polishing  paste  &c.  22  Whitehouse  street 
Jamieson  Alexander,  grocer  &  news  agent,  35  College  street 
Jamieson  Ann  (Miss),  confectioner  &  fruiterer,  284  George  street 
Jamieson  Ann  (Mrs.),  refreshment  rooms,  22  &  23  Market  hall 
Jamieson  Annie  Eliza'  (Mrs.),  confectioner,  43  George  street 
Jamieson  Beatrice  (Mrs.),  apartments,  46  Richmond  6treet 
Jamieson  Catherine  (Miss),  dress  maker,  39  Commerce  street 
Jamieson  Geo.  builder  &  timber  mer.  656  Great  Northern  road 
Jamieson     George,     Lochside     harness    compo, 

works,  3  Whitehall  place  :  res.  11  Rnsemount  viaduct 
Jamieson  Gordon,  shopkeeper.  North  esplanade 
Jamieson  James,  drysalter,  harneFS  composition  manufac- 
turer &  manufacturing  chemist,  108  John  street ;  res.  131  New 

Stocket  road 
Jamieson  Jas.  H.  boot  mkr.  (Jas.  H.  Jamieson  &  Co.),  61  Powis  p! 
Jamieson  Jane  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  322  Great  Northern  road 
Jamieson  John,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  7  Commerce  street 
Jamieson  Marv  (Mrs.),  dining  rooms,  17  Carmelite  street 
Jamieson  Peter,  original    manufacturer  of  the 

celebrated   harness  composition    (established 

1850);  manufactory,  8  South  College  street;  res. 

Willow  bank,  Hardgate 
Jamieson   Robert  T.   C.   S.    traveller,   28   Guild   street;    res.   40 

Brighton  place 
Jamieson  Thomas  F.I.C.   analytical  chemist  &  city  analyst,   10 

Belmont  street;   res.  Glasterberry,  Milltimber 
Jamieson  Thomas,  engineering  school,  56  Marischal  street 
Jamieson  Thomas,  teacher,  80  Ashley  road 

Jamieson  William,  draper  (Jamieson  Wm.&  Co.), 18  Claremount  st 
Jamieson  Wm.  G.  jeweller  (G.  Jamieson  &  Son),  Drumgarth,  Cults 
Japp  Francis  Robert  M.A.,  LL.D.,  F.R.S.  professor  of  chemistry. 

Univcrsitv  of  Aberdeen,  17  Carden  place 





Jarvis  Edward  William,  clerk,  3.1  Hilton  street 

Jarvis  Mary  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  73  West  North  street 

Jeffrey  J.  &  J.  A.  commission  argent,  1  Adelphi 

Jeffrey  James,  aerated  water  manufacturer,  50  Jopps'  lane;  :es. 

357  George  street 
Jeffrey  James  Thorn  M.A.  advocate, 81  Union  sh.  ;res.  10  Queen  st 
Jenkins  &  Marr.civil  engineers  &  architects,16  Bridge  st.  ;T  N  441 
Jenkins  Ellen  (Sirs.),  shopkeeper,  17  College  brands 
Jenkins  George  Gordon,   civil  engineer  (Jenkins  &  Marr),  46 

Bon-Accord  street 
Jenkins  James,  foreman  dyer,  421  Clifton  road 
Jenkins  Thomas,  fish  curer,  Albeit  quay 
Jenkyns  William,  inspector  of  buildings  &  licensed  valuator,  18 

Gladstone  place 
Jenninga  William,  commercial  traveller,  86  Huntly  street 
Jessemine  Iiobert,  baker,  42  Causewayend 

J.ihannesen  Maurice  Richd.  ship  &  insurance  bro.  20  Carmelite  st 
John  Griffith's  Cycle  Corporation  Limited  (The),  cycle  manufac- 
turers, 3  Bridge  street 
John  Meyrick,  manager  of  Aberdeen  branch  of  Stubbs'  Limited; 

res.  19  St.  Swithin  street 
Johnson  J.  W.  &  Sons,  seamen's  clothiers,  1G0  Market  street 
Johnson  Frank  C.E.  Town  house,  92  Irvine  place 
JohnsonGeorge, chimney  sweeper, West  North  st.  :res.332George  st 
Johnson  Thomas,  superintendent  Prudential  Assurance  Co. 

Limited,  150A,  Union  street ;  res.  81  Hamilton  place 
Johnston  &  Laird,  robe  makers  to  the  Aberdeen 

University,    hoods    &    robes    for    all    degrees, 

46  Union  street 
Johnston  &  Son,  hosiers  &  glovers,  471  Union  street 
Johnstori  Alexander,  cycle  agent,  26  Northficld  place 
Johnston  Alexander,  farmer.  Brae  farm,  Mannofield 
Johnston  Alexander,   provision  merchant  (Smith  &  Johnston), 

71  Fountainhall  road 
Johnston  Alexander  A.  watch  maker,  198  Bosemount  place 
Johnston  Anthony  B.  berlin  wool  repository  &  sewing  machine 

agent,  16  Crown  street;  res.  9  Holburn  road 
Johnston  Christina  (Mrs.),  dairy,  67  High  street 
Johnston  Eev.  David  M.A.,  D.D.  professor  of  Divinity  &  Biblical 

Criticism,   University   of  Aberdeen;    res.   34  College  bounds, 

Old  Aberdeen 
Johnston  George,  tailor,  22  Tellfield  place 
Johnston  Helen  (Miss),  feather  dresser,  86  Leadside  road 
Johnston  Helen  (Miss),  lady  supt.  Aberdeen  Educational  Trust, 

352  King  street 
Johnston  James,  accountant.  7  Market  gallery 
Johnston  James,  baker,  157  Gallowgate 
Johnston  James,  basket  maker,  Frederick  street 
Johnston  James,  blacksmith,  North  Constitution  street 
Johnston  Jane  (Mrs.),  grocer,120  Upp.Denburn;res.  22Northfld.  pi 
Johnston  John,  boot  maker.  17  Powis  place 
Johnston  John,  chemist  (George  Beid  &  Sons),  24  Buhislaw  ter 
Johnston  John,  confectioner,  34  Upperkirkgate 
Johnston  John,  hosier  (Johnston  &  Son).  26  Ashley  road 
Johnston  Joseph,  baker  &  confectioner,  695  George  street 
Johnston  Margaret  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  39  Baker  street 
Johnston  Margaret  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  17  Short  loamngs 
Johnston  Mary  (Miss),  apartments,  22  Union  row 
Johnston  Bobert,  draper,  550  Great  Northern  road 
Johnston  Bobert,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  408  Great  Northern  road 
Johnston  Thomas,  manager,  20  Powis  terrace 
Johnston  William,  boot  maker,  41  Leadside  road 
Johnston  William  J.P.  sec.  Aberdeen  United  Trades    Council,  47 

&  49  Belmont  street 
Johnstone  Alexander,  blacksmith,  30  Carmelite  street 
Johnstone  Alexander,  boot  maker,  89  Leadside  road 
Johnstone  Charles,  wholesale  grocer,  provision  merchant  &  im- 
porter, 14  Eegent  quay  ;  T  N  94 ;  T  A  "  Johnstone,  Aberdeen ; 

res.  34  Albyn  place 
Johnstone  Elsie  (Miss),  dairy  keeper,  140  King  street 
Johnstone  Geo.  boot  ma.  18  Broom.uu  rd. ;  res.  30  Broomhill  rd 
Johnstone  Helen  (Miss),  dress  maker,  63  Irvine  place 
Johnstone  Isabella  (Mrs.),  householder,  140  Broomhill  road 
Johnstone  John,  householder,  48  Loanhead  terrace 
Johnstone  Peter,  fish  salesman,  161  Market  street  south  &  Albert 

quay;    T  N  763 ;    T  A  "Iceberg,   Aberdeen;"   res.   Beehive 

Johnstone" Robert,  merchant  (Gammie  &  Johnstone),  2G7  Union  st 

Johnstone  William  Gibb,  governor  West  Poor  House,  Fonthill  rd 

Jolly  W.  &  Sons,  printers  &  publishers,  38  Bridge  street 

Jolly  Andrew  W.  printer  (W.  Jolly  &  Sons),  67  Loanhead  ter 

Jolly  Francis  J.  salesman,  40  Irvine  place 

Jolly  James,  printer  (W.  Jolly  &  Sons),  56  Broomhill  road 

Jolly  James,  tobacconist,  166  King  street 

Jolly  WilUam,  printer  (W.  Jolly  &  Sons),  1  Abbotsford  place 

Jones  Brothers,  granite  merchants,  Palmerston  road 

Jones  Henry  Thomas  F.I.C.  analytical  chemist,  9  Gallowgate, 

res.  9  Crimon  place 
Jones  Thomas,  spirit  dealer,  79-80  Waterloo  quay 
Jopp  William  &  Keith,  wine  &  spirit  merchants, 

13  Market  St.:  T  A  "  Blend,  Aberdeen  ;"  TN  632 
Jopp  Henry  J.  wine  merchant  (W.  &  K  Jopp),  6  Albyn  terrace 
Jopp  Wm.  C.  H.  wine  merchant  (W.  &  K.  Jopp),  13  Albyn  ter 
Joss  Elizabeth  (Mrs.),  marine  store  dealer,  188  West  North  street 
Joss  George,  fruiterer,  33  Chattan  place  , 

Joss  George,  watch  maker  (Clark  &  Joss),  250  Union  grove 
Joss  John,  game  dealer,  55a,  Loch  street 
Joss  Margaret  (Miss),  dress  maker,  68  Great  Northern  road 
Joss  William,  assistant  captain  pilot,  Pocra  pier 
Joyner  Elsie  (Miss),  confectioner,  S3  Marischal  street 
Justice  of  Peace  Clerk's  Office,  County  buildings 
Kay  Fanny  (Miss),  householder,  3  Whitehall  place 
Kay  Francis  William  M.A.,  B.L.  advocate,  183a,  Union  street; 

res.   7  Queen's  road  , 

Kar  James  P.  chemist  (Davidson  &  Kay),  Elgin  vdla,  7  Queen  s 

road;  T  N  72 
Keenan  James,  carver  &  gilder,  13  Schoolhill 

Kcir  Mary  Ann  (Mrs.),  refreshment  rooms,  7  Exchequer  row 
Keith  Alexander,  carpenter  (Hendry  &  Keith),  C  Giloomstoii  park 
Keith  Alexander,  grain  &  manure  merchant,  40  Commerci    - 

T  A  "  Keith,  Aberdeen;"  res.  Cairnaquheen,  Mid  Stocket  road 
Keith  Alexander,  plasterer  (Gibb  &  Keith),  72  Woolmauli   I 
Keith  Alex,  shopkeeper,  163  Gallowgate 
Keith  Angus,  shopkeeper,  17  Church  street 
Keith  George,  cabinet)  maker,  21  Union  wynd 
Keith  George,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  45  Spital 
Keith  James  B..  J.P.  agent,  Town  &  County  Bank  Lim.  (Northern 

branch),  Bank  house,  88  Spring  garden 
Keith  Margaret  (Miss),  shopkeeper.  41  Gordon  street 
Keith  Mary  (Miss),  glass  &  ohina  dealer,  135  Skene  street 
Keith  William,  grocer,  61  Queen  street 
Keith  William,  post  office  olerk,  26  Lily  Bank  place 
Keith  William  Leslie,  advocate,  217  Union  st;  res.  Headcroft  pi 
Kellas  Henry,  solicitor  (Gray  &  Kellas).  48  Carden  place  ■ 
Kelly  Francis  M.D.  physician,  6  West  Craibstdne  st. ;  T  N  749 
Kelly  Francis  B.  tailor  &  olothier,  8,  10  &  12  St.  Nicholas  street 
Kelly  James,  tailor  (Francis  B.  Kelly),  2  Forest  road 
Kelly  John,  tailor  (Francis  B.  Kelly);  50  Great  Western  rbad 
Kelly  William,   architect   (W.   &  J.    Smith   &  Kelly).   Bubis   tw 

Den  north 
Kelman  Alexander,  printer,  70  Queen  street 
Kelman  Isabella  (Miss),  nurse,  46  Chapel  street 
Kelman  Margaret  (Mrs.),  apartments,  20  View  terrace 
Kelman  William,  boot  maker,  483  George  street  &  1  Causeway- 
end;  res.  12  Jamaica  street 
Kemp,  Walker  &  Co.  millers  &  oatmeal  &  grain  merchants,  8  King 
street ;  City  corn  mills,  Cotton  street  &  Murtle  mills ;  T  N  129  ; 
T  A  "  Murtle,  Aberdeen."    See  advertisement 
Kemp  Alexander,  collector,  74  Bon-Accord  street 
Kemp  George  F.S.I. A.,  J.P.  accountant,  13  Bridue  stneet;   T  N 

469 ;  res.  27  Watson  street ;  T  N  69 
Kemp  George,  granite  worker,  Gilcomston  park 
Kemp  James,  clerk  Union  Bank,  71  Gray  street 
Kemp  James,  florist  &  nurseryman,  230  Bosemount  place 
Kemp  James,   grocer  &   spirit  dealer,    621   George   street;    res. 

120  Clifton  road 
Kemp  James,  house  steward,  Boyal  Lunatic  Asylum,  Wilburn  rd 
Kemp  Jane  (Mrs.),  nurse,  4  Hanbver  street 
Kemp  John,  grocer,  10a,  Powis  terrace 
Kemp  John,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  1  Rosemount  terrace ;   res. 

54  Whitehall  road 
Kemp  Peter,  shopkeeper,  4  Don  street,  Old  Aberdeen 
Kemp  Peter,  shopkeeper,  1  School  road,  Old  Aberdeen 
Kemp  Bobert,  commercial  traveller,  8£  Powis  terrace 
Kemp  William.butcher,  29  &  121  Holburn  street  &  23  Gallowgate ; 

res.  67  Union  grovo 
Kenn  Alexander,  earthenware  dealer,  2  Park  street 
Kennaway  William,  baker  &  confectioner,  223  Union  street  &  5 

Holburn  street 
Kennedy  Alexander,  warehouseman  (Gray,  Kennedy  &  Dickie), 

33  Gladstone  place 
Kennedy  Charles,  stationer,  46  East  North  street 
Kennedy  Grace  (Miss),  apartments,  4  Bon-Accord  terrace 
Kennedy  Grace  (Mrs.)",  shopkeeper  &  coal  dlr.  63  West  North  st 
Kennedy  James,  boot  maker,  222  King  street 
Kennedy  James,  draper,  38  Upperkirkgate;  res.  21  King's  gate 
Kennedy  James  Robert  Ross,  granite  worker,  Pittodrie  street 
Kennedy  Jane  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  432  George  street 
Kennedy  Joseph,   district  superintendent  Pearl  Life  Assurance 

Co.  Limited,  62  Stanley  street 
Kennedy  Mary  (Mrs.),  dress  maker,  47  Bon-Accord  street 
Ker  Wiiliam  Alexander,  commercial  traveller.9  Belvidere  crescent 
Kerr  Christina  (Mrs.),  grocer,  45  Orchard  street 
Kerr  James,  grocer,  28  Claremount  street 
Kerr  Lewis,  milliner,  478  Union  street 
Kesson  John,  carver  &  gilder,  printseller  &e.  23  Diamond  street ; 

res.  37  Stanley  street 
Kield  Alexander,  inspector  of  works,  48  St.  Swithin  street 
Kidd  George,  baker,  G  Shiprow 

Kidd  George,  India  rubber  stamp  dealer,  14  &  15  Market  gallery 
Kilgour  &  Walker  Limited,   worsted,    wincey  &  hosiery  manu- 
facturers, Berrvden  mills;  T  N,  K  19 
Kilgour  George,  tailor  &  outfitter,  138  George  street 
Kilgour  Mary"  (Mrs.),  grocer,  129  Sinclair  road,  Torry 
Kindness  John  T.  fish  curer  &  merchant,  Bon-Accord  fish  curing 
works,   Poynernook  road;   T  N  473;   T  A  "Kindness,  Aber- 
deen;" res.  Bon-Accord  house,  Bon-Accord  street 
King  A.  &  Co.  printers  &  stereotypers,  G  Upperkirkgate  ;T  N  174 
King  David  &  Sons  (Glasgow),  iron  founders  (Thomas  M.  Mennie, 

representative),  114  King  street 
King  &  Milne,  house  carpenters,  43  Maberley  street 
King  Geo.  house  carpenter  (King  &  Milne),  20  Belvidere  crescent 
King  James,  assistant  pilot,  3  Middle  row 
King  Jessie  (Miss),  news  agent,  186  Gallowgate 
King  John,  fish  merchant  (Walker  &  King),  Begent  road 
King 'Lizzie  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  97  Claremount  street 
King  Margaret  (Miss),  nurse,  20  Esslemont  avenue 
King  Margaret  (Mrs.),  6sh  merchant,  Wet  Fish  market 
King  William,  inspector  of  works,  40  Ashley  road 
Kinghorn  Jas.  &  Son,  drapers  &  milliners,  30  &  34  St.  Nicholas  st 
Kinghorn  Harry,  draper  (James  Kinghorn  &  Son),  10  Albert  st 
Kinghorn  James  J.P.draper(James  Kinghorn  &  Son), 4  Queen's  rd 
Kinkaid  Robert,  slater  (George  Currie  &  Co.),  31  Gilcomston  park 
Kinmond  David,  dairyman,  543  Great  Western  road 
Kinnaird  Frank,  fruiterer,  1  Pilstruan  road 
Kinnaird  Frank,  gardener,  Broomhill  road 
Kinnaird  John,  fruiterer,  59  Gallowgate  &  89  Rosemount  place 

&  market  gardener,  Seafield,  Mannofield 
Kinnear  Ann  (Miss),  spirit  dealer,  87  Begent  quay 
Kinnear  Joseph  W.  hair  dresser,  27  Marischal  street 
Kirby  John,  teacher  of  music,  3  East  Craibstone  street 
Kirton  George,  new3  agent,  10  Broomhill  road 
Kitson  Wm.&  Co.china  &o.  dlrs.  &  rag  mers.170  &  172  Gallowgate 


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Leslia  Geo.  Christie,  ten  mer.  29  Baker  sfc.;   res.  44  Thomson  st 
Leslie  George  Thnmas,  hair  dresser,  165  King  street 
Kitson  William,  china  dealer  (W.  Kitson  &  Co.),  101  Leslie  ter 
Knowles  J.  &  A.  painters,  8  Garvock  street 
Knowles  Mary  &  Jane  E.  (Misses),  ladies'  school,  66  Carden  pi 
Knowles  &  Sons,   fruit  merchants.  27    Exchange    street  & 
fruiterers,  77  &  420  Union  street;  T  N  548;  T  A  "Moseley, 
Aberdeen '' 
Kaov/les  Archiba'd,  carpenter,  15  Upper  Dehburn 
i£no\vles  Archibald,  painter  (J.  &  A.  Knowles),  12  Fraser  street 
Knowles  Chas.  fruiterer  (Knowles  &  Sons).  419  (art.  Western  rd 
Knowles  James,  fruiterer  (Knowles'&  Sons);  res.  34  Gladstone  pi 
Knowles  James,   granite  &  marble  mason,  Ashgrove  road;   res. 

40  Clifton  street 
Knmrles  James,  painter  ( J.  &  A.  Knowles),  18  South  Mount  street 
Knowles  Joseph,  dairyman,  6  Ragg's  lane 
Knox  tSc.  Webster,   iron  merchants  &  ironmongers,  26  &  28  St. 

1'itil  street  &  14  Upperkirkgate ;  T  A  49 
Knox  Alex,  solicitor  (Macqueen  &  Knox),  Beechwood,West  Cults 
Knox  Ann  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  73  Guesbrow 
Knox  James,  china  &  glass  dealer,  70  Spital 
Knox  Robert,  fancy  repository,  155  Gallowgate 
Knox  Robert,  house  agent,  2  Innes  street 
Knox  William,  baker,  30  Causewayend 

Kimx   William,   grain  merchant  &  public  warehouse  keeper,  63 
Regent  quay;  T  N  400;  stores,  Wellington  street;  T  A  "  Knox, 
Aberdeen;"  res.  Craighton,  Cults 
Kyd  Thomas  J.P.  resident  manager  of  the  Northern  Assurance 

Co.  1  Union  terrace;  res.  Rosebank,  74  Queen's  road 
Kynoch  Alexander,  commercial  traveller,  62  Clifton  road 
Kynoch  Elsie  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  108  Gerrard  street 
Kynoch  George  Keith,  accountant,  177  Union  streeb 
Kynoch  Isabella  (Mrs.),  laundry,  58  Summer  street 
Kynoch  Joseph,  tailor,  79  St.  Andrew  street;  res.  56  Rosemount  pi 
Kynoch  William,  outfitter,  197  George  street 
Kynoch  William,  traveller,  89  Westburn  road 
Kynoch  Youngson,  jobmaster,  5  Catherine  street 
Laeaille  Eugenie  (Mdlle.),   teacher  of  french  (High   School  for 

Girls),  69  Beaconsfield  place 
Ladies'    Jewish    Missionary    Society    (Miss    Brown,    sec),    104 

Crown  street 
Laing  William  &  Son,  wholesale  ironmongers  &  shoe  furnishings 
manufacturers;    warehouse,    Imperial    place,    Stirling   Btreet; 
works,  18  Catherine  street 
Laing  Alexander,  butcher,  537  Great  Northern  road 
Lang  Alexander,  skinner,  wool  merchant  &  rug- 
maker,  Rodger's  walk;  res.  46  Belvidere  road 
Laing  Andrew,  manager,  652  George  street 
Laing  Catherine  (Mrs.),  dress  maker,  31  Adelphi 
Laing  David,  basket  maker,  88  College  street 
Laing  George,  bookkeeper,  1  Cattofield  place 
Laing  George,  grocer,  134  Wellington  road 
Laing  Isabella  (Mrs.),  apartments,  19  Elmfield  avenue 
Laing  Isabella  (Mrs.),  dining  rooms,  36  Langstane  place 
Laing  James,  cattle  dealer,  298  Clifton  road 
Laing  Jas.  consulting  engineer  &  ship  surveyor,  12  Regent  quay 
Laing  James  S.,  M.B.,  CM.  resident  physician  Epidemic  hospital, 

Park  road 
Laing  James  S.  shipmaster,  253  Union  grove 

Laing  Joan(Mrs.), spirit  dealer  &  public  house  keeper, 88  Shiprow 
Laing  John,  joiner,  1U1£  Gallowgate 
Laing  Margaret  (Miss),  dress  maker,  9  Skene  square 
Laing  Mary  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  37£  Frederick  street 
Laing  Reuben,  butcher,  371  Great  Northern  road 
Laing  Robert,  manager,  87  Ashley  road 
Laing1  Thomas,  ironmonger,  31  Gallowgate;  res. 

29  Broomhill  road 
Laing  Thos.  who.  ironmonger  (Wm.  Laing  &  Son),  2  Dee  place 
Laing  William,  tinplate  worker.  529  Great  Northern  road 
Laird  John,  traveller,  59  Argyll  place 

Laird  Peter,   warehouseman  (Anderson  &  Thomson),   23   Beech- 
grove  avenue 
Lamb  Alex.  &  Son,  plumbers  &  gasfitters,  59  Shiprow;  T  N  178 
Lamb  George  &  Son,  painters,  87  Spring  gardens 
Lamb  Annie  (Mrs.),  nurse,  69  Chapel  street 
Lamb  Charles,  painter  &  decorator,  36  &  38  Chapel  street 
Lamb  Donald,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  660  Holburn  street 
L.iinb  George,  accountant,  "5a.  Union  Btreet 
Limb  Geo.  jun.  painter  (Geo.  Lamb  &  Son).  14  Raeburn  place 
Lamb  James,  grocer,  273  Great  Northern  road 
Limb    Robert,    advocate    &    procurator    fiscal    for    the    City   of 
Aberdeen,  &  depute  procurator  fiscal  for  the  county,  89  Union 
street;  T  N  510;  res.  66  Hamilton  place 
Lamb  Thomas,  Royal  bazaar  &  stationery  warehouse,  40  Market 

street ;   res.  Sunnyhurst,  Broomhill  terrace 
Lamb  Thomas,  superintending  engineer,  172  Victoria  road 
Lambie  Alex,  tailor  &  clothier,  59  Belmont  st. ;  10  Esslemont  av 
Lamont  Alexander,  carter,  7  St.  Clair  street 
Lamont  Andrew,  iun.  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  2  Cotton  street 
Lamont  John,  clothes  dealer,  21  Lodge  walk 
Lamont  Margaret  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  158  Holburn  street 
Lamont  William,  blacksmith,  12  Catherine  streeb 
Lamont  William,  butcher,  70  Queen  street 
Lanng  Victor  R.   superintendent  Great  Northern  Tel.   Co.   Wel- 

brae,  Mannofield 
Larg  Peter  &  Co.  pianoforte  dlr.  &  music  seller,  199  Union  st 
Latto  Alexander, painter  (Marshall  Watt  &  Co.).  52  Bon-Accord  st 
Law  Alexander,  boot  &  shoe  dealer,  6  Hadden  streeb 
Law  Alexander,  slater,  5  Little  Chapel  st. ;  res.  162  Broomhill  pi 
Law  George,  cashier,  38  Salisbury  terrace 
Law  Helen  (Mrs.),  midwife,  41  Queen  street 
Law  James,  pie  maker,  9  Upperkirkgate;     res.  57  Schoolhill 
Law  Samuel  Taylor,  wholesale  boot  &  shoe  dealer,  McCombie's 

court  &  Netherkirkgate 
Law  William,  blacksmith,  11  Don  street,  Woodside 
Lawie  Jas.  E.  coal  mer.  (Geo.  Elsmie  &  Son),  216  Gt, Western  rd 
Lawrence  Alexander,  bookkeeper,  43  Osborne  place 
Lawrence  Calder  Masphail,  teacher  of  shorthand,  19  Crown  st 
Lawrence  Charles  Ogg,  shipmaster,  74  Ferryhill  road 

Lawrence  Francis  Henderson,  supb.  Aberdeen  Corporation  Baths, 

The  Links 
Lawrence  Mary  (Mrs.),  apartments,  189  Union  street 
Lawrence  Robert,  clerk,  57  Bonnymuir  place 
Lawrence  Robert,  granite  worker,  Regent  walk ;  res.  334  King  st 
Lawrence  Thos.  brush  ma.  (George  Morison  &  Co.).  10  Ferryhill  pi 
Lawrie  Jessie  (Mrs.),  midwife,  15  Wales' street 
Lawrie  Mary  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  36  Frederick  street 
Lawrie  William,  tailor,  1  Forbes  street 
Lawrie  William,  tailor,  74  Green 
Lawson  J.  &  Co.  basket  importers,  79  Spring  garden 
Lawson,  Turnbull  &  Co.  metal  merchants  &  lead  pipe  manufac- 
turers, 12  Mealmarket  st.  ;  T  N  132;  TA"  Lawson,  Aberdeen  " 
Lawson  Beatrice  (Miss),  fancy  repository,  &  servants'  registry 

office,  25  Thistle  street 
Lawson  Henry,  baker,  64  Virginia  street 
Lawson  James,  draper,  clothier  &  house  furnisher,  186  &  190 

Geqfige  street;  T  N  732 
Lawson  James,  shipmaster,  22  Loanhead  terrace 
Lawson  James,  shopkeeper,  1  York  street 
Lawson  Jane  Aherdein  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  1  Wales  street 
Lawson  John,  foreman,  26  Argyll  place 
Lawson  Robert,  dining  rooms,  70  Commerce  street 
Lawson  Robert,  manager  Alex.  Macdonald  &  Co.  Lim.342  King  st 
Lawton  Ernest  Henry,  organ  builder,  10  Merkland  road  east 
Leask  Adam  George,   teller  Commercial  Bank  of  Scotland  Litu. 

78  Union  street;  res.  41  Belvidere  place 
Leask  Eliza  (Mrs.),  matron  East  Poor  House,  Nelson  street 
Leask  James,  slater,  Magdala  place 
Leask  John,  commercial  traveller,  51  Mile  End  avenue 
Ledingham  Alexander,  news  agent,  41  Victoria  road,  Torry 
Ledingham  Alexander,  solicitor  &  chartered  accountant  (Edmonds 

&  Ledingham),  96  Queen's  road 
Ledingham  Alexander  W.  preserved  provision  manufacturer  (Mar- 
shall &  Co.),  78  Queen's  road  ;  T  N  4G0 
Ledingham  Isabella  (Miss),  shopkeeper,  531  Great  Northern  rd 
Ledingham  James,  fish  curer,  Albert  quay 
Ledingham  John,  baker,  62  Rosemount  place;  T  N  177 
Ledingham  John,  cashier,  16  Mount  streeb 

Ledingham  William  M.  preserved  provision  manufacturer  (Mar- 
shall &  Co.),  78  Queen's  road 
Lee  James,  manager,  43  Westburn  road 
Leech  Thomas,  auctioneer,  26  Marisehal  street 
Lees  Arthur,  ship  officer,  364  George  street 
Lees  George,  fish  curer.  Old  Ford  road 
Lees  John,  clothes  dealer,  42  Frederick  street 
Lees  Jn.  fish  curer,  Clyde  at.  Point  Uiw;  res.  45  Menzie  rd.  Torry 
Lees  Margaret  (Mrs.),  fish  dealer,  Market  basement 
Lees  peter,  fish  curer,  Point  Law 
Le  Fanu  Cecil  F.   M.   E.,  M.B.,   Ch.B.   resident  medical  officer 

Royal  Infirmary,  Woolmanhili 
Legerwood  James,  grocer,  3  Causewayend 
Legge  Alexander,  shoe  maker,  542  Great  Northern  road 
Leighton  James,  cab  proprietor,  170  Crown  street 
Leiper  Alexander,    fish  curer,    South  Esplanade   east,    Torry  *fc 

Albert  quay 
Leiper  George,  cattle  dealer.  17  Hanover  streeb 
Leiper  James,  fishmonger,  117  Great  Western  road 
Leiper  James,  shopkeeper  &  hardware  dealer,  108  Chapel  street 
Leiper  Jane  (Miss),  fish  dealer,  Market  basement 
Leiper  John,  boot  &  shoe  maker,  45  Victoria  road,  Torry 
Leiper  Maggie  (Miss),  fish  dealer,  Market  basement 
Leith  H.  &  Son,  ironmongers  cc  tinplate  workers,  27  Queen  st 
Leith  John  &  Sons,  wholesale  grocers,  17  Exchange  street 
Leith  &  Paterson  Limited,  manufacturers  of  tweeds,  48  Bridge 

street:  TN11;   T  A  "Tweeds,  Aberdeen" 
Leith  &  Co.  grocers  &  spirit  dealers,  212  Gallowgate 
Leith  Alexander  (Mrs.),  phonograph  exhibition,  19  &  20  Market 

Leith  George,  plasterer,  80  WoolmanhiK;   T  N  994 
Le'th  Heorv,  ironmonger  (Leith  H.  &  Son),  195  George  street 
Leith  Hugh',  miller  &  grain  merchant,  116  &  118  George  stre^r 
Leith  James,  granite  merchant;  T  N  8  Woodside;  TA"  Granite, 
Aberdeen;"   qua-ries,    Persley,   Cairncry;    res.    Clifton  house.    " 
Clifton  road,  Woodside 
Leuh  James,  jun.  carting  contractor,  37  Western  road;  res.  2B4 

Clifton  road,  Woodside 
Leith  Jn.  grcr.  &  spirit  dlr.  91  Chapel  st. ;  res.  55  Deswood  pi 
Le'th  John,  ironmonger  (Leith  H.  &  Son),  195  George  street 
Leith  John,  officer  H.M.  Customs,  82  Whitehall  road 
Leith  Joseph,  carpenter  &  house  agent,  54  Charlotte  street 
Leith  Mary  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  24  Castle  street 
Leith  Peter,  galvanic  battery,  18  Market  gallery;   res.  26  West- 
burn road 
Leith  Robert,  spirit  dealer,  6  Crooked  lane 
Leith  William,  tobacconist,  369  Great  Northern  road 
Lemon  William  M.  baker,  2  Craig  place,  Torry 
Leng  John  &  Co.  publishers  "  People's  Journal,"  28  Market  st.  : 

T  N  315 
Leonard  Crissy  (Miss),  dress  maker,  47  Holburn  street 
Leonard  Elizabeth  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  173  Gallowgate 
Leslie  &  Duncan,  ironmongers,  80  &  88  College  street 
Leslie   &   Hay,   joiners,    builders  &  contractors, 

Fraser  road  ;  T  N,  K  32 
Lesl'e  Robert  &  James.timber  merchants,  York  street 
Leslie  (R.  D.)  &  Simpson,  advocates  &  notaries,  245  Union  street 
Leslie  W.  &  Co.  ship  owners,  ship  &  insurance  brokers  &  com- 
mission merchants,  67  Marisehal  street;  T  M  423;  T  A  "  Les- 
lie, Aberdeen" 
Leslie  Steamship  Co.  Limited  (W.  Leslie  &  Co.  managers),  67 

Marisehal  street 
Leslie  Alexander,  carver  &  gilder,  1  Skene  row 
Leslie  Alexander,  market  gradener,  Honeybrae,  King's  gate 
Leslie  Andrew,  insurance  agent,  30  Summerfield  terrace 
Leslie  Charles,  ironmonger  (Leslie  &  Duncan),  21  Albert  terrace 
Leslie  David  Brown,  dining  rooms,  38  St.  Clement  street 
Leslie  Edward,  boot  maker,  14  Queen  street 
Leslie  Eliza  (Mrs.),  news  agent,  30  Summerfield  terrace 
Leslie  George,  printer,  3  Adelphi 
Leslie  George,  seedsman,  244  Union  street 






Kifcson  John  W.  hair  dresser,  658  George  street 

Kitson  Luther,  china  &c.  dlr.  (W.  Kitson  &  Co.))  9  Powis  terrace 

Lslie  James,  builder  (Leslie  &  Hay);  res.  Iron  cottage,  Meadow 

bank,  Cults 
Leslie  James,  fishmonger,  191  Holburn  street 
Leslie  James,  florist,  666  King  street;   res.  14  Dunbar  Btreet 
Leslie  James,  jobbing  gardener,  14  Dunbar  street 
Leslie  Jane  (Mrs.),  news  agent,  28  Skene  square 
Leslie  Jane  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  37  Chapel  street 
Leslie  John,  traveller,  19  Brighton  place 
Leslie  Peter  M.  manager,  3  Belmont  place 
Leslie  Robert,  chemist   &  druggist,   627   George  6treet;   res.   1 

Powis   terrace 
Leslie  Hubert,  spirit  dealer,  36  West  North  street 
Leslie  Robert  D.  advocate  (Leslie  &  Simpson),  6  Bon-Accord  sq 
Leslie  William,  assistant  dockmaster,  55  Virginia  street 
Leslie  William,  joint  agent  Town  &  County  Bank  Limited,  33 

Regent  quay ;  res.  25  Kubislaw  terrace  William,  refreshment  rooms,  171  Rosemount  place 
Leslie  William,  ship  broker  (W.  Leslie  &  Co.),  &  vice-consul  for 
the  Republic  of  Chili  &  consular-agent  for  France,  67  Marisehal 
street;  res.  25  Rubislaw  terrace;  T  N  1580 
Leslie  William  Longmuir,  painter  &  decorator,  104  Rosemount  pi 
Levack  John  R.,  M.B.,  CM.  surgeon,  10  Golden  square 
Lev  e  Elizabeth  (Mrs.),  apartments,  19  Union  street 
Levie  George  0.  furniture  broker  &  cooper,  111  George  st. ;  res. 

2  Upperkirkgate 
Lewis  Jn.  &  Sons,  boat  bldrs.&  blacksmths. Albert  wks.Albert  qy 
Lewis  John  &  Sons,  engineers,  Palmerston  road  &  153  Point  law 
Lewis  Annie  X.  (Mrs.),  spirit  dealer,  9  York  street 
Lewis  John,  engineer  (John  Lewis  &  Son),  83  Bon-Accord  street 
Lewis  William,  cashier,   31  Stanley  street 
Leys  George,  traveller,  39  Braemar  place 
Liddle  James  Thomson,  tobacconist,  32  Holburn  street 
Liddle  Margaret  (Mrs.),   shopkeeper,   510  George  street 
Life  Association  of  Scotland  (John  S.  McNaughton,  res.  sec.),  81 

Union  street 
Lil'.ie  Richard  Knox,  trawl  owner,  43  Union  grove 
Li. lie   Thomas  J. P.    agent    (Royal   Bank    of    Scotland) ;    res.    6 

Westfield  terrace 
Lindsay  W.  &  W.  booksellers,  stationers,  printers  &  publishers, 

30  Market  street;  T  N  302 
Lindsay  Alex.  Moir,  commercial  traveller,  10  Argyll  crescent 
Lindsay  Charles  A.  miller  &  grain  merchant  (Kemp,  Walker  & 

Co.),  Murtle  mills 
Lindsay  James,  butcher,  19  Hadden  street 

Lindsay  John  .lame's,  chemist  &  druggist,  59  St.  Swithin  street 
Lindsay  Robert  B.  furniture  dealer  101,  res.  201,  George  street 
Lindsay  Thomas,  commercial  traveller,  41  Elmfield  place 
Lindsay  William,    publisher    (W.    &   W.    Lindsay),    9    Gladstone 

place;  T  N  1543 
Lindsay  Wm.  G.  publisher  (W.  &  W.  Lindsay),  111  Bon-Accord  st 
L'ppe  Charles  LL.B.  solicitor  (Brander  &  Lippe),  6  Forest  road 
Lippett  Charles,  commercial  traveller,  3  Crimon  place 
Lippett  Charles,  tobacconist,  59  &  60  Castle  street 
Lipton  Limited,  provision  dealers,  55  Union  st.  &  7  Holburn  st 
Lister  Arthur    H.,    B.A.,   M.B.,   CM.    physician   &  surgeon,   30 

Founlalnhall  road 
Lister  Rachacl  (Miss),  apartments,  91  Crown  street 
Litster  William,  teacher  of  music,  68  Springbank  terrace 
Littlejohn  George  &  Co.  manufacturers  of  hames,  traces,  chains 

&c.  &  saddlers'  ironmongers,  17  &  19  Back  wynd;  T  N  494 
Littlejohn   James  &  Sons,  grocers   &   spirit  dealers,    39   Green; 

T  N  3*3 
Littlejohn    David    J.P.,    D.L.    advocate,    sheriff    &    commissary 
clerk  for  Aberdeenshire,  Court  House  buildings,  Castle  street; 
res.  9  Rubislaw  terrace 
Littlejohn  Helen  (Miss),  shopkeeper,  142  Holburn  street 
Lit  ile  John  Robert  Moir,  schoolmaster,  70  Mile  End  avenue 
Littlejohn  William,  clerk,  18  Elmfield  avenue 
Liverpool,    Stornoway,    Stromness,   Aberdeen,   Leith,   Dundee   & 
Inverness  Steamers  (James  Crombie,  agent),  3  Trinity  build- 
ings ;  T  N  483 
Liverpool  Victoria  Legal  Friendly  Society  (William  H.  Wolsten- 

orott,   district   manager),   255   Union   street 
Livingston  John,  news  agent,  206  King  street 
Livingstone  William,  printer,  53  Jasmine  terrace 
Lizars  John,  optician,  28  Bridge  street 
Lloyd's    Register    of    Shipping    (Maurice    Ritson,    surveyor),    29 

Regent  quay 
L  ibhan  John,  boot  maker,  88  Chapel  street  &  23  Windmill  brae 
Lockhart  James,  baker  &  confectioner,   258  George  street;    18 

Schunlhll]  &  38  JopDs  lane;  res.  34  Salisbury  terrace 
Luckley  Elizabeth  (Mrs.),  nurse,  80  Rose  street 
Logan  &  Co.  musical  instrument  &  music  sellers,  251  Union  st 
IiOgan  James,  fish  curer,  Point  law 

Logan  &  spirit  dlr.  166  George  st. ;  res.  7  Elmbank  ter. 
Logle  Thomas]  shoe  maker,  22  Mid  Stocket  road 
Lomax  John,  teeth  institute,  452  Union  street 
London,  Edinburgh  &  Glasgow  Assurance  Co.Limited  (Alexander 
Davidson,  district  supt.),  5  Rosemount  viaduct  &  62  Skene  st 
London   &  Lancashire  Fire  Insurance  Company 
(Alexander    G.    Stephen,    local    surveyor),    137 
Union  street;  T  H  1015 
London    Missionary    Society    (Rev.    James    Stark   D.D.    sec),   9 

Westfif  Id  terrace 
London  &  Newcastle  Tea  Co.  7  Market  street  &  53  Broad  street 
London  &  Provincial  Drug  Store  Limited  (Alexander  M.  Milne, 

manager),  chemists  &  druggists,  344  George  street 
London  (The)  Rubber  Co.  16  St.   Nicholas  street; 

T  N  740 
Longmorn     Gtcr.fivet    Distilleries     Limited,     dis- 
tillers,  5   Union  terrace;    T  N  354;    T  A  "Stills, 
Aberdeen " 
Lonie  David,  tailor,  57  Queen  street 

Lorimer  James  &  Son,  boot  &  shoe-dealers,  157  Union  st 
Lorimer  James,  boot  maker  (J.  Lorimer  &  Son),  38  Belvidere  st 
Lothian  David  Bennet,  schoolmaster,  9  Beechgrove  avenue 
Lovie  John,  jeweller,  46  Upperkirkgate 

Low  Alex.R.wood  mer.&  traction  engine  owner,162i  Wellington  rd 

Low  Andrew,  commercial  traveller,  68  Bedford  road 

Low  George  McCombie,  clerk,  1  Canal  street 

Low  John,  cycle  dealer  239,  &  res.  391,  Holburn  street 

Low  John,  hallkeeper  St.  Machar's  Hall,  65  Dunbar  street 

Low  John  Thomson,  tailor,  3  Market  gallery 

Lowe  Charles,  confectioner,  188  Market  street 

Lowe  George,  picture  frame  maker,  86  John  street 

Lowe  William,  traffic  agent  Steam  Navigation  Co. ;  res.  fi3  Clifton  rd 

Lowrie  Matthew,  examining  officer  Customs,  27  Braemar  place 

Lucchesi  Enerico,  shopkeeper,  26  Queen  st. ;  res.  56  Baker  st 

Ludwig  Charles  &  Co.  ship  &  insurance  brokers,  &  agetnte-  for 

German  Lloyd's,  54  Regent  quay ;  T  N  314 
Ludwig  Charles  F.  ship  &  insurance  broker  (Charles  Ludwig  & 
Co.)  &  consul  for  German  Empire  &  vice-consul  for  Spain  & 
the  Netherlands,  54  Regent  quay;  res.  11  King  street 
Luke  F.  P.  &  C.  H.  &  Co.  cement,   lime,  slate    & 
brick      factors,      also      roofing     slate     quarry 
owners ;     show/    rooms    &     head    offices,     12  2 
George  street,  Edinburgh  ;  T  N  2283  ;  T  A  "Goliath, 
Edinburgh;"    also    at     261    West    George   street, 
Glasgow;    2  India  buildings,  Dundee  &  Trinity 
buildings,  Aberdeen.     See  advertisement 
Lumsden  &  Davidson,  advocates  &  notaries  public,  15  Dee  Btreet 
Lumsden   &  Gibson,    purveyors  to    Her  Majesty 
the     Queen,     italian     warehousemen    St    wine 
merchants,  95  Union  street;    T  N  165 
Lumsden  James  &  Co.  tailors,  breeches  makers,  naval,  military  & 

clerical  outfitters,  155  Union  street;   T  N  Sll 
Lumsden  &  Lumsden,  advocates,  75  Union  street 
Lumsden  William  &  Son,  family  grocers  &  wine  &  spirit  mer- 
chants, 58  Union  street;  T  N  260 
Lumsd'en  Charles  Downie  M.A.  advocate  (Lumsden  &  Lumsden), 

20  Bun-Accord  square 
Lumsden  Edward  Robertson,  advocate   (Lumsden   &  Lumeden), 

The  Square,  Cults 
Lumsd'en    Henry    Sim-son,    grocer  &c.  (Lumsden  &  Gibsoin),  18 

Bon-Accord  crescent 
Lumsden  James,  plumber  &c.  138  John  street;   T  N  702;  res. 

Fountuinhall    house,  Blenheim  place 
Lumsden  James  Forbes,  advocate  (Lumsden  &  Davidson) ;  T  N 

101 ;   res.  Viewfield,  Rubislaw,  near  Aberdeen 
Lumsden  John,  grocer  (William  Lumsden  &  Son),  9  Marine  ter 
Lumsden  John,  schoolmaster,  483  King  street 
Lumsden  Katherine  M.  (Miss),  honorary  superintendent  Hospital 

for  Sick  Chi  dren.  Castle  terrace 
Lumsden  Margaret  (Mrs.),  apartments,  10  Margaret  street 
Lumsden  Thomas   B.    G.    grocer    &c.    (Lumsden  &  Gibson),    18 

Bon-Accord  crescent 
Lumsden  William,  fish  Curer,  Point  law 
Lnnan  Agnes  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  60  Skene  square 
Li-nan  David  L.  stock  broker,  20  Belmont  street; 

res.  183  Great  Western  road  ;  T  N  662 
Lnnan  Isabella  Massie  (Miss),  apartments,  12  Bon-Accord  square 
Lunan  James,  grocer,  39  Bon-Accord  street 

Lnnan   Marianus,   district  manager   Sun  Life   Assurance   Co.   of 
Canada,  137  Union  street;  T  N  1015;  res.  12  Devonshire  road 
Lunan  Robert  J. P.  agent.  Bank  of  Scotland.  40  Union  street 
Lunan  William,  chartered  accountant,  183  Great  Western  road 
Lunan  William  Scott,  teller  N.  of  S.  Bank,  62  Great  Western  rd 
Lundy  Thomas  H.  manager,  1  Argyll  crescent 
Lyal    John,  commercial  traveller,  35  Thomson  street 
Lyall   George   &.   Co.   silk    mercers  &   drapers  to 

the  Queen,  !>7  &  W  Union  street 
Lya'l  Alexander,  joiner,  '50  Mount  street;  res.  31  Laurehvood  a  von 
Lyall  Charles,  teeth  specialist,  63  Union  street 
Lyall  George,    joiner.   11  Maheriey  street 
Lyall  George,  jun.  joiner,  305  George  street 
Lyall  J'unes  T.  ironmonger,  36  George  st. ;  res.  39  Victoria  street 
Lyall  Margaret  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  73  Chapel  street 
Lyon  Alexander,  jun.  hide  &  tallow  factor  &  margarine  manufac- 
turer. 278  George  st. ;  T  N  107;  res.  52  Carden  pi.  ■  T  N  1590 
Lyon  Charles,  Clayhills  packing  case  factory  &  saw  mills;  T  N 

275 ;  res.  10  Cardan  place 
Lyon  John,  butcher,  277  George  street 
Lyon  Peter,  bird  dealer.  37  Green 

Lyon  Robert,  butcher,  218  George  street;   res.  30  Brskine  street 
M'Adam  John  &  Son,  contractors,  47  &  49  Charlotte  st  ;  T  N  190 
M'Adam  &  Co,  brewers,  146  Hardgate 

McAdam  David, contractor  (McAdam  John  &■■  Ron), 48  PeVldere  pi 
McAdam  J"hn,  contractor  (McAdam  John  &  Son),  1  Burnslde  rd 
McAUan  Elizabeth  (Miss),  shopkeeper,  104  Gallowgaie 
Mac  Allan  James,  manager,  13  Belmont  road 
McAUan  James,  shopkeeper,  11  Wales  street 
MeAilen  Alexander,  spirit  dealer,  325  George  street 
Macandrew  D.  &  Co.  buifders,  contractors,  hor- 
ticultural   builders,    heating   &    sanitary    en- 
gineers, carpenters,  joiners,  school  firrnishers, 
licensed  valuators  &  surveyors  of  horse  pro- 
perty &  cement   &   fe!t   merchants,   120    Loch 
street;   cash  day,  second  friday  in  the  month;    T  N  401  ; 
T  A  "MACAl-iDRKWS,  builders,  Aberdeen  " 
Macandrew  Alex,  printer  (Geo.  Cornwall  &  Sons), '45  Union  gro 
MacAndrew  Mary  (Mrs.),  spirit  dealer,  55  Castle  street 
M  Arthur  Charles,  brass  founder,  102  Gallowgate 
McAskill  Christina  (Miss),  dress  maker,  53  Cotton  street 
M'Bain  G.   &  J.  chartered  accountants,  38  Union  strei  i  ;    T  N 

373  ;TA"  M'Bains,  Aberdeen  " 
M'Bain  Andrew,  tailor,  33  Marisehal  street 

M'Bnin  George,  jun.  ace  mn'ant  (G.  &  J.  M'Bain),  54  Queen's  rd 
MoBain  John,  accountant  (G.  &  J.  McBain),  312  fit.  Wi  *tern  rd 
M'Bain  John  M.A.  head  master  High  School  for  Girls,  10  Albyn 

place;  res.  35  Hamilton  place 
MoBeath  Catherine  (Mrs.),  dairy,  19  North-field  place 
M'Befith  Peter,    grocer   &   spirit  dealer,   29   Esslemont   avenue; 

T  N  739 
Macbeth   James,   pianoforte   manufacturer   &   music   seller,    181 
Union  street;  T  N  235;   T  A  "  Macbeth,  Aberdeen;  '  factory, 
32  Thistle  lane;  res.  10  Queen's  gardens 

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SL  iTER 8 

M'Bey  William,  'bus  proprietor  &  cattle  dealer,  4$  Mealmarket 

street;  res.  Mains  of  Foveran 
McBride  Harriet  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  63  Commerce  street 
M'Burney  William,  china  &o.  dealer,  39  &  41  Union  streeb 
McCall  Mary  (Mrs.),  furniture  broker,  96  George  street 
McOallion  John  Joseph,  commercial  traveller,  oi  Constitution  st 
McCiiUion  Michael,  grocer,  91  TJrquhart  road 
McOallum  John,  fish  curer,  72  Sinclair  road,  Torry 
jM  Cann  John,  clothes  dealer,  38  &  40  Lodge  walk 
M'i':iiin  John  P.  architect,  63  Union  street 
McCaulej  Hugh  &  Co.  brewers,  112  Loch  street 
McCauley  Hugh,  brewer  (Hugh  McCauley  &  Co.),  112  Loch  st> 
McCauley  Hugh,  refreshment  rooms,  24$  'Gallowgate 
Mil  iiley  John,  mineral  water  manufr.  62  Castle  st.  &  Loch  st 
MoCombie  &  Ewen,  advocates,  1  King  street;    a  N  540 
M  On-.nbie  Chas.  advocate  &  notary  public  (McCombie  &  Ewen), 

&  sec,  to  the  Aberdeen  Chamber  of  Commerce,  1  King  street; 

T   N   540 
McCombie  George,  jobbing  gardener,  76  Bonnymuir  place 
McCombie  Jinies,  b.acksmith,  South  Esplanade  west,  Torry 
McCombie  Jane  (Mrs.),  glass  &  china  dealer,  27  Jack's  brae 
BtoCunibie  Eobert,  shopkeeper,  246  Holburn  street 
MConachie  Margaret  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  101  Gallowgate 
M'Conachie  Peter,  painter,  8  Black's  buildings 
McCpndach  William  Eeith,  tailor,  9  Bank  street 
McConnaoh  Maggie  (Miss),  draper,  71  Causewayend 
M'Connochie  Alexander  I.  chartered  accountant  &  law  stationer, 

li.j  Union  street 
McUouochie  Donald,  commercial  traveller,  6  Orchard  place 
M'Coss  &  Co.  legging  &  brace  manufacturers,  45  Gallowgate 
McCoss  David  Bowman,  school  board  officer,  13  Eoslin  terrace 
M'Cracken  A.  &  Co.  (Glasgow),  tailors'  trimmings  warehouse- 
men, 9  Belmont  street  . 
M'Crae  Douglas,  chimney  sweeper,  3  Jopp's  lane 
McCrae  Frederick,  inland  revenue  officer,  35  Carden  place 
McCrae  Johanna  (Miss),  dress  maker,  3U  Gerrard  street 
McCrive  John,  shopkeeper,  15  Castle  terrace 
McDermont  Thomas  S.  D.  clerk,  694  King  street 
M'Diarmid  John,  accountant,  395  Great  Western  road 
Macdonald   Alex.  &  Co.   Limited,  Her   Majesty's 

workers  in  granite,  Constitution  street;  T  N  29; 

369    to    375    Euston    road,  London    N    W    &    67 

Stirling  road,  Glasgow 
Macdonald  David  &  Sons,  hide  &  skin  factors,  commission  agents 

&  insurance  brokers,  45  Clarence  street;  T  N  143;  T  A  "  Mac- 

donalds,  Aberdeen  " 
Mil',  mid  Mary  &  Jeanie  (Misses),  dress  makers,  5  Ashvale  pi 
M'Donald  P.  &  J.  furniture  dealers,  20  Mealmarket  street 
MacDonaid  A.  Neil,    solicitor,  18  Union  terrace; 

res.  21  Springbank  terrace 
Macdonald  Alex,  refreshment  rooms,  Joint  station;  T  N  422 
McDonald  Alexander,  watch  maker,  65  Victoria  road,  Torry 
Macdonald  Alexander  S.  merchant  (D.  Macdonald  &  Sons),  36 

Fountainhall  road 
McDonald  Alex.  Watt,  estate  factor's  assistant,  26  Grosvenor  pi 
M'Donald  Andrew,  butcher,  73  Spital 

M'Donald  Archibald,  accountant,  Armadale,  429  Gt.  Western  rd 
M'Donald  Archibald  M.,  M.A.  advocate  &  notary  (Teats,  Milne  & 

M'Donald),  Thornlea,  Seafield 
M'Donald  Catherine  fMiss),  confectioner,  397  Union  street 
M'Donald   Charles,   Frogh'all   granite   works,   Jute   street;    T   A 

"  Froghall,  Aberdeen;"  also  Melbourne,  Australia 
McDonald  Christina  (Miss),  baby  linen  dealer,  651  George  street 
Macdonald  Colin,  commercial  traveller,  293  Great  Western  road 
McDonald  David,  spirit  dealer,   18  Wellington  street 
Macdonald  Donald  George  Gordon  M.D.,  CM.,  F.S.Sc.  surgeon, 

26  &  10  King  street;  T  N  831 
McDonald  Duncan,  commercial  traveller,  29  Beaconsfield  place 
McDonald  Elsie  (Mrss),  apartments,  4  Esslemont  avenue 
McDonald  George  Duffus,  spirit  dealer,  56  Queen  street 
Macdonald  Hugh,  cafe,  64  College  street 
Macdonald  Hugh  S.S.C.  solicitor,  sec.  &  treasurer  to  Aberdeen 

Highland  Association,  sec.  &  treasurer  to  Aberdeen  Town  <fc 

County  Property  Co.  Limited,  sec.  to  Aberdeen  Art  Gallery  & 

Industrial  Museum,  143  Union  street;  res.  31  Bubislaw  Den  sth 
McDonald  Isabella  (Miss),  dress  maker,  53  Esslemont  avenue 
McDonald  Isabella  (Mrs.),  nurse,  4  Little  Chapel  street 
M'Donald  Jas.  baker,  32Gallowgate;res.  Northfield  cot.Orchard  pi 
McDonald  James,  dairyman,  51  Spring  garden 
Macdonald  James  M.D.,  F.B.C.S.E.  physician,  25  Carden  place 
McDonald  James,  slater,  South  Esplanade  west,  Torry 
McDonald  John,  gardener,   3  Devonshire  road 
Mardonald  John,  ironmonger  &  locksmith,  38  Gallowgate 
Macdonald  John,  nurseryman,  Silver  hillock,  Stockeb 
McDonald  John,  shopkeeper,  30  Catherine  street 
Macdonald   John    Smith,   land   surveyor    (Beattie    &   Macdonald 

C.E.),  1  Crown  terrace 
McDonald  Lazarus,  cab  proprietor,  54  &  56  Catherine  street 
M'Donald  M.  (Mrs.),  fish  merchant,  Wet  Fish  market 
McDonald  Maggie  (Miss),  grocer,  7  College  bounds,  Old  Aberdeen 
McDonald  Margaret  (Miss),  shopkeeper,  18  Blackfriars  street 
M'Donald  Mary  (Miss),  baby  linen  &c.  dealer,  56  John  street 
McDonald  Mary  (Missj,  draper,  402  George  street 
Macdonald   Itanald  J. P.    factor   for  Lady   Gordon   Cathcart  (of 

Oluny)  &  for   Sir  Reginald  A.   E.   Cathcart  bart.   (Killochan 

castle,  Girvan,  Ayrshire), 16  Union  ter.Aberdeen  &  Cluny  Estate 

offices,  Oluny  castle ;  res.  14  Albyn  ter.  &  Prospect  cot  Cluny 
McDonald  William,  cabinet  maker,  "96  Huntly  street 
McDonald  William,  cabinet  maker  &  upholsterer,  23  &  27  Chapel 

street:  res.  Allan  street 
McDonald  William,  carting  contractor,  63  Loch  street 
McDonald   William,   clerk  II. M.    Factory  Department,   21   King 

street ;  res.  83  King  street 
McDonald  William,  shopkeeper,  150  Hardgate 
M'Donald  William  Yeats  J. P.  joint  cashier  Union  Bank  of  Scot- 
land Limited,  53  Castle  street;  res. 2  Marischal  st.  &  Augubarney 
McDonald  Williamina  (Mrs.),   shopkeeper,   59  Causewayend 
McDougal  Barbara  (Mrs.),  clothes  broker,  168  Gallowgate 
M'Dougall  Jn.  grain  mer.  28  Market  st. ;  res.  11  North  Silver  st 
M'Edward  John,  clerk,  12  North  Silver  street 

M'Ewan    William,    deputy    chief    constable    &    superintendent, 

County  Constabulary,  Lodge  walk;  res.  278  BroomhiU  road 
McFarlane   John,    manager   Campbells  Limited,   13   Bon-Accord 

street :  res.  25  Langstane  place 
Macfarlane  John  Crearer,  traveller,  64  Watson  street 
MacFarlane  Malcolm,  boot  &  shoe  maker,  105  George  street 
McGaw  John,  evangelist,  45  Bonnymuir  place 
M'Gee  &  Co.  cork  cutters,  18  Castle  street 
McGee  Patrick,  tailor,  28  Woolmanhill 
M'Gilvray  Daniel  Eose,   sec.    Aberdeen  Heritable   Securities   iv 

Investment  Co.  Limited,  5  Union  terrace;  res.  19  Carden  place 
McGregor  Jn.  &  Son,  carpenters  &  cabinet  mas.  9  Hartington  rd 
M'Gregor  &  Shand,  slaters,  57  Charlotte  street;  IS  439 
M'Gregor  Caroline  (Mrs.),  furniture  dealer,  45  Queen  street 
McGregor  Charles  M.A.   lecturer   Church  of   Scotland  Training 

College ;  res.  23  Beaconsfield  place 
McGregor  David,  accountant,   24  Beechgrove  place 
McGregor  George,  carrying  contractor,  27  &  31  Mounthooly 
M'Gregor  John,  blacksmith,  10  Minister  lane 
McGregor  John  F.E.I. S.  master  Old  Aberdeen  Public  school,  47 

Hilton  street 
M'Gregor  John,  monumental  mason,  116  Great  Western  road; 

res.  363  Holburn  street 
McGregor  John,  shopkeeper,  19  Gilcomston  steps 
McGregor  John,  tobacconist,  466  Union  street 
MacGregor  John,  traffic  inspector  Caledonian  Eailway  Co.  joint 

passenger  station,  Guild  street;  res.  36  Lilybank  place 
McGregor  William,  cashier,  21  Elmfield  avenue 
McGuire  Edward  Donaldson,  boot  maker,  20  Albion  street 
M'Haffie  &  Brown,  packing  case  makers  &c.  Victoria  Baw  mills, 

Hutcheon  street;   T  N,  K  22 
M  Haffie  Et.  packing  case  ma.  (M'Haffie  &  Brown),  644  George  st 
M'Hardy  David  &  Son,  ironmongers,  art  iron  workers  &c.  54 

Netherkirkgate ;  T  N  295 
Mcllardy  Andrew,  butcher,  67  Leadside  road 
M'Hardy  Chas.  coal  merchant  (Ellis  &  M'Hardy),  2  Polmulr  road 
M'  Hardy  David  J.P.  ironmonger  (D.  M'Hardy  &  Son),  Cranford, 

Mcllardy  John  A.,  M.  A.schoolmaster,Bridge6eld  ho. Bridge  of  Don 
McNardv  William,  teacher  of  music,  1  Thistle  street 
McHattie-  &  Watt,  solicitors,  21  Bridge  street 
M'Hattie  Alexander,  grooer,  1  Beechgrove  ter. ;  res.  2  Westfield  rd 
McHattie  Wm.  solicitor  (McHattie  &  Watt),  42  Belvidere  place 
Machray  Alexander  C.A.   (Cochran  &  Macpherson,   advocates), 

Struari  cottage,  Beechgrove  terrace 
Machray  Eobert  Smith,  solicitor,  115  Union  street;   res.  Struan 

cottage,  Beechgrove  terrace 
M'Innes  Jn,  coachsmith,  29  Gilcomston  steps ;  res.  566  George  st 
M'Intosh  James  &  Co.  butchers,  50,  61  &  62  Market  hall;T  N  209 
M'Intosh  &  Mackie,  drapers,  46  St.  Nicholas  street 
Macintosh  William  &  Son,    wire  workers,  35  Maberloy  street 
Macintosh  Alexander,  diaper  (M'Intosh  &  Mackie).  7  Beech  gro 
Mcintosh  Aneas,  painter,  86  Victoria  rd.  &  2  Sinclair  pi.  Torry 
Mcintosh  Charles,  boot  maker  &  leather  dealer,  144  Skene  street 
Mcintosh  Copland  (Mrs.),  shopkeeper,  41  Jamaica  street 
M'Intosh  George,  ginger  beer  manufacturer,  9  Union  wynd;  res. 

24  Union  wynd 
Mcintosh  Isabella  (Mrs.),  news  agent,  57  Ann  street 
Macintosh  James,  bicycle  agent,  35  Maberley  streeb 
Mcintosh  James,  cattle  dealer,  84  Ashley  road 
Macintosh  James,  cycle  dealer,  30  Loanhead  terrace 
M'Intosh  James,  granite  worker,  Hutcheon  street 
Mcintosh  James,  shopkeeper,  168  West  North  6treet 
Mcintosh  James,  slaughter  house  proprietor,  72  Hutcheon  street 
M'Intosh  John,  boot  maker,  18  Guestrow 
Mcintosh  John,  manager,  6  Millburn  street 
M'Intosh  Mary  (Miss),  draper,  78  Queen  street 
Mcintosh  Mary  (Mrs.),  dress  maker,  87  Summer  street 
Macintosh  William  J.P.  warehouseman  (Esslemont  &  Macintosh), 

Marybank,  Blairs 
Mclntyre  George,  manager,  11  Osborne  place 
Mclntyre    J.     Lewis    M.A.,    B.Sc.     lecturer    on    comparative 

psychology  University  of  Aberdeen,  Aberdeen  University 
M'Intyre  Jas.  boot  ma.  63  &  113  Gallowgate ;  res.  135  Union  gro 
Mclntyre  Eobert,  umbrella  maker,  96  Green 
Mclntyre  William,  manager,  23  Laurel  Wood  avenue 
Mclntyre  William,  umbrella  maker,  202b,  Gallowgate 
Mackay  Brothers,  grocers,  170  King  street 
McKav  Alexander,  boot  maker,  2  Mounbhooly 
McKay  Alexander,  carting  contractor,  27  Laurel  Wood  avenue 
M  Kay  Alexander,  grocer  &  spirit  dealer,  12  South  Mount  street 
M'Kay  Alexander,  inspector  of  police,  98  Holburn  street 
McKay  Alexander,  paper  dealer,  53a,  Loch  street 
Mackay  Alexander,  rope  &  sail  maker,  Poynernook  road 
Mackay  Alexander  S.  optician  (Berry  &  Mackay),  18  Belvidere  st 
Mackay  Francis,  grocer,  83  Hardgate 
Mackay  George,  schoolmaster,  38  Beaconsfield  place 
Mackay  George  S.  pianoforte  tuner  &  musio  seller,  16  Guild  st. 

&  teacher  of  music,  39  Dee  street 
McKay  Isabella  (Mrs.),  apartments,  23  Castle  street 
McKay  James,  clerk,  22  Grosvenor  place 
M'Kay  James,  spirit  dealer,  65  Green 
MacKay  James    H.,    M.B.,    Oh.B.    physician   &   surgeon   Eoyal 

Lunatic  Asylum,  Westburn  road 
McKay  John/spirit  dealer,  89  Loch  street 
McKay  Margaret  (Mrs.),  apartments,  7  Thistle  street 
McKay  Marv  (Mrs.),  news  agent,  657  George  street 
Mackay  Mary  W.  (Miss),  news  agent,  217  Gallowgate 
Mackay  Eobert  Whyte,  warehouseman  (Anderson  &  Thomson),  30 

Albyn  place;   T  N  1627 
Mackay  Eobert  Whyte,  jun.  warehouseman  (Anderson  &  Thom- 
son), 30  Albyn  place 
M'Kay  Eoderick,  contractor.  The  Arch,  Upper  Denburn 
McKay  William,  cabinet  maker,  243  Eosemount  place 
McKay  William,  inspector  of  streets,  27  Brighton  place 
Mackay  William,  sub-editor  "  Evening  Gazette,  '  350  Hardgate 
McKay  William,  varnish  manufacturer,  657  George  street 
McKechnie  Ewen,  shopkeeper,  103  West  North  street 
McKeggie  George  Lunan,  news  agent  &  stationer,  514  Union  st 
M'Kenzie  Alexander,  boot  maker,  21  Marischal  street 



ABERDEEN.        55 

M'Kenzie  Alexander,  fish  curer,  Point  law 

Melveczie  Alexander,  picture  frame  maker,  3S  Woolmanhill 

M'Kenzie  Alexander,  tailor,  61  Chapel  street 

McKenzie  Alexander,   tinsmith,    17   Wales  street 

M'Kenzie  Alexander  G.  shipmaster,  31  Mount  street 

Mackenzie   Alexander   M.    architect   (Matthews    &   Mackenzie),' 

59  Queen's  road 
Mackenzie  Annabella  (Miss),  teacher  of  music,  15  Fraser  street 
M'Kenzie  Archibald,  coal    merchant,  Provost  Jamie- 
son's  quay,    T  N  14;    3  Slimmer  street,  T  N  194;    T  A 
"  M'Kknzik,  Aberdeen;  "  res.  Dunmail,  Cults;  T  N  813 
McKenzie  Douglas,  clerk,  14  Beechgrove  place 
Mackenzie  Duncan,  foreman  engineer,  28  Ferryhill  place 
MacKenzie  Duncan  M. A. head  master  Aberdeen  Training  College  ; 

practising  school,  George  street 
M'Kenzie  George,  joiner  &  undertaker,  373  Great  Northern  road 
Mackenzie  George,  solicitor,  193  Union  st. ;   res.  8  Margaret  st 
M'Kenzie  Georgina  (Mrs.),  dress  maker,  488  George  Btreet 
MeKenzie  Helen  (Miss),  shopkeeper,  620  Great  Northern  road 
McKenzie  Henry,  medical  botanist,  22  Marisehal  street 
M'Kenzie  Hngh,  teller  Nth.  of  Scotland  Bank  Lim.  16Nth.Silver  st 
McKenzie  James,  clothier,  458  Great  Northern  road 
M'Kenzie  James,  game  &  poultry  dealer,  72  Loch  street 
Mackenzie  James,  manufacturers'  agents,  28  Guild  street 
MacKenzie  James,  painter  &  paperhanger,  208  King  street 
McKenzie  James,  commercial  traveller,  147  Great  Western  road 
McKenzie  James,  shopkeeper,  695  George  street 
Mackenzie  James  John,   solicitor,   21   King  street;    res.    Hazel- 
bank,  Banchory 
McKenzie  John,  boot  maker,  535  Great  Western  road 
McKenzie  John  F.E.I. S.  master  Holburn  Street  Public  school, 

69  Forest  avenue 
McKenzie  John,  shoe  mater,  G36  Great  Northern  road 
McKenzie  John,  shopkeeper,  645  George  street 
McKenzie  John,  spirit  dealer,  17  Causewayend 
Mackenzie  Nicholas  N.  clerk  Savings  Bank,  27  Desswood  place 
M  Kenzie  Thos.  blacksmith  &c.  33  Summer  st. ;  res.  40  "Union  gro 
McKenzie  Thomas,  coal  dealer,  32  East  North  street 
Mackenzie  William,  publisher  (Glasgow)  (James  McMillan,agent), 

48  St.  Nicholas  street 
Mackenzie  William,  wine  &  spirit   merchant  (Black  &  Ferguson), 

GO  Hamilton  place ;  T  N  1516 
M'Kerron  Robert  Gordon  M.A.,  M.D.,  C.M.I  Albyn  place  &  assist- 
ant professor  of  midwifery,  University  of  Aberdeen;  T  N  1690 
Mackie  David  &  Co.  wincey  &  fancy  shirting  manufacturers,  166 

West  North  street;  T  N  224 
Mackie  &  Marshall,  day  &  boarding  school,  4  &  6  Albyn  place  & 

45  Queen's  road 
Mackie  Alexander,  basket  maker,  2  Market  gallery 
Mackie  Alexander,  clerk,  34  Mile  End  avenue 
Mackie  Alex.  M.A.  teacher  (Mackie  &  Marshall),  17  Kingsgate 
Mackie  Charles  James  M.D.  solicitor,  22  Belmont 

street;  res.  32  Spring;bank  terrace 
Mackie  Christina  (Miss),  milliner,  196  Holburn  street 
Mackie  George,  gardener,  Kosehill  cottage,  Cornhill 
Mackie  James,  dairyman,  65  College  street 
Mackie  Jas.  superintendent  of  Springbank  cemetery,  Mannofield 
Mackie  James  D.  solicitor,  166  Union  street;  res.  35  Forest  roa