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Image from page 1623 of "The Post-Office annual Glasgow directory" (1828)

Identifier: postofficeannual189495gla

Title: The Post-Office annual Glasgow directory

Year: 1828 (1820s)

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Publisher: Glasgow : printed by J. Graham for the letter-carriers of the Post-Office

Contributing Library: National Library of Scotland

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chinal Expert. New Processes Reportedon. Designed, and Initiated. Specialties—Chemistry and Metallurgy. Plans prepared and Experiments conducted. GLASGOW WINDOW CLEANING CO., 83 RENFIELD STREET, Undertake cleaning of Windows of everydescription in Town and Country. Estimates given for aU classes of work.Orders per postcard will receive promptattention. 236 ADVERTISEMENTS. ROBEET T. GEMMELL, JOINER AND HORTICULTURAL BUILDER, 408 EGLINTON STREET. Conservatories, Vineries, Peach-Houses, PitFrames on Hot-Beds, all sizes. Estimates on application. H. D. DOUGLAS & SON, 36 to 42 BRUNSWICK STREET. The cheapest and most reliable House in Scotlandfor Musical Instruments and Fittings of everjdescription at Wholesale Prices.SPECIALITY-VIOLIN AND BANJO STRINGS.Finest Roman Gut, . . . Five for 2s. Anglo-Roman, .... Four foi Is.Accrebelle or Silk, . . . Four for Is. Post free,. Try them. Only Address: 36, 38 Brunswick St., Glasgow. Estimates for Brass., Reed., String and Flute Bands Post Free.

 

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THE TURCAN-MORTON PATENT MOUTH-PiECE FOR TELEPHONES. THE TURCAN-MORTON MOUTHPIECE causesspeech to be transmitted with greatly increaseddistinctness, and is of special advantage for longdistances. To be had only fromCHALMERS & SON, 65 Union St., Glasgovsr.Have one on trial for a week. You will be delighted-TELEPHONE No. 4781. PATENT OFFICE. 136 WELLINGTON STREET,WHEATLEY X MACKENZIE {Successors to W. H. Bennett and Ayrton 4 Thomas)^ MR. WHEATLEY, in addition to extensiveexperience in the v^orkshops and draw-ing offices of various good firms, as AssistantProfessor of Civil Engineering in Edinburgh,and as assistant in Electrical and SubmarineTelegraph work to Sir Wm. Thomson (nowLord Kelvin) and the late Professor FleeraingJenkin, has had a long experience as a PatentAgent. Mr. Mackenzie, M.I.M.E., Whit.Schol., served his apprenticeship with Sir J.Whitworth & Co., is a contributor to Engineer-ing journals, and has long been employed as aPatent Agent.Also at 40 CHANCERY LANE, LOND

 

 

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