McManus Corporate Subscribers
As might be expected in a leading textile centre like Dundee – ‘Juteopolis’ – linen and jute merchants and manufacturers dominate the subscription list; among them Baxter Brothers and the Baxter family loom large. But alongside big industry there are also many smaller lessor known firms, equally generous for their size.
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|Company Name||Nature of Business||Address|
|Gilroy Brothers and Company||Flaxspinners,||Couper's Alley, Wellgate, c.1846-18...||More...|
|Gourlay Brothers||Engineers and iron shipbuilders||Dundee Foundry, East Dock Street, D...||More...|
|H Henderson & Sons||Leather works, tan works||43 Meadowside Dundee 6 Victoria R...||More...|
|Henry, Corrie & Co.||Flax Merchants||Dundee Offices: 10 Bain Square (...||More...|
|J & D Lawson||Furnishing ironmongers, tin and cop...||35 & 36 Murraygate/Narrows of the M...||More...|
|J. & W. Smith||China and glass dealers,||Castle Street, Dundee, c.1837-1838....||More...|
|J. and H. Walker||Jute spinners and manufacturers||Dura Works, Dens Road/Dura Street, ...||More...|
|Jaffe Brothers & Merchants||Linen and Yarn Merchants||29 Cowgate Dundee 50 St Andrew...||More...|
|James Carmichael & Co||Engineers, Millwrights etc.||West Wards Dundee. Dundee Steam Fo...||More...|
|James Spence and Company||Drapers and warehousemen.||14 Reform Street, Dundee- from 1846...||More...|