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Glasgow Post Office Directory 1903 - 1904

Glasgow Post Office Directory 1903 - 1904
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Glasgow Post Office Annual Directory 1903 - 1904


Arranged As General, Street, Commercial, And Suburban; With An Appendix Containing Useful Local And General Information. 


A Massive 1750 Page Volume - Fully Searchable.

IN issuing the Glasgow Post-Office Directory for 1903-1904, the Publishers beg to
express their thanks for the liberal patronage bestowed on the work during the long
period of Seventy-Five years, and desire to state that as formerly no effort has been
spared to render it as accurate and complete as possible. They, however, do not
hold themselves responsible for any error or omission.


The Almanac, Tide Tables, Banks, &c, Statistics of the Population of
the City and Suburbs, the Parliamentary and Municipal Voters for 1901-1902,
with the Parliamentary Divisions of the City and Members of Parliament, also
the Voters on Electoral Roll for School Board, and the Rental of Glasgow for 1902,
with a description of the revised Municipal Wards, will be found in their former
positions. To these have been added a list of the Conveners and Secretaries of the
various Ward Committees. In the Streets Directory (pages 683 to 990) the number
affixed to the name of each street indicates the Municipal Ward in which such street
is situated for electoral purposes. The numbers have been corrected in accordance
with the new arrangement of the city wards. At pages 1 to 30 an Alphabetical List
of Streets is given; as a handy guide to their situation the capital and small letters
prefixed to each Street.

The various Suburban Districts around the City are given, as formerly, revised
and corrected The Burghs of Govan, Kinning Park, and Partick are incorporated
with the General Directory.

In the Appendix will be found useful details regarding Postal and Telegraph
arrangements, together with Local and General Intelligence; and the Publishers beg
to thank the gentlemen connected with the various Institutions and Public Offices
for supplying much useful information.

The printing has this year again been done by Messrs. Aird & Coghill,
24 Douglas Street, under the superintendence of Mr. Hugh Young, and the
binding by Messrs. Gowans & Gray, 58 Cadogan Street.

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