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IMPORTANT TO TOURISTS AND OTHERS.

Established for 40 Years,

THE SHIP HOTEL,

WILLIAM KENNEDY.

(Within five minutes' walk from General Post-Office, Theatres, and

Railway Stations.]

Commercial and Coffee Rooms.

Public Room for Families, Tourists, etc., who may wish to

avoid the expense of Private Sitting Rooms.
Public Breakfast Table from 8 till 11 A.M.
Ordinary from 4 to 5 P.M.
Private Sitting Rooms when required.
Comfortable, large, and well - ventilated Bed-Rooms,

Baths, etc.
Attendance charged in the Bill.
One Scale of Rates, which are moderate.

WILLIAM KENNEDY,

SHIP HOTEL,

No. 7 EAST REGISTER STREET,

EDINBURGH.

JOHNSTON'S FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL HOTEL,

20 WATERLOO PLACE, EDINBURGH. (Immediately opposite the General Post Office, and Three Minutes' walk from the

Railway Termini.) Tourists will find this splendid Hotel-one of the largest in Edinburgh

most delightfully situated and elegantly furnished.

Public Saloon and Private Parlours.
A moderate fixed charge for Attendance.-No gratuities.

EDINBURGH ALBION TEMPERANCE HOTEL,

(PHILP'S) 28 ST. JAMES SQUARE.

(Immediately behind the Register Office.) THE ALBION is a large, elegantly-furnished, First-Class Family and Commercial Hotel ; 1 situation central, quiet, and airy, and only three minutes' walk from the Railway Termini.

A. P. is determined that while his house is peculiar, owing to the entire absence of stimulating liquors, it shall not be surpassed by any in the country in the care paid to the comfort of Visitors.

The Charges are on the lowest scale, consistent with the efficient arrangement of a FirstClass Hotel Servants charged One Shilling per day,

BUCHANAN'S
COMMERCIAL TEMPERANCE HOTEL,

114 HIGH STREET, EDINBURGH,

Opposite the Head of North Bridge, IN THE IMMEDIATE VICINITY OF THE RAILWAY TERMINI. Extensive, Elegant, and comfortable Accommodation

for Travellers. Tourists will find Good and Cheap Refreshment at the above Hotel. Breakfasts, Luncheons, Fish, Soups, Joints, Chops, Steaks, Tea, Coffee, Sherbet, Raspberry, etc., served with the utmost dispatch, at the lowest possible charge.

JAMES BUCHANAN, while returning his most sincere thanks to his numerous supporters, is happy to state that he has added to the above establishment a large number of First-Class Bed-Rooms, several Sitting-Rooms, and a Spacious Hall, seated for 300 persons. He has also greatly improved and extended his Culinary accommodation. These changes, together with Hot, Cold, and Shower Baths, and civil and ready attendance, make it one of the most complete Temperance Hotels in Great Britain, while the charges still remain much lower than in many inferior houses. Free use of excellent Reading Room, Commercial Room, and Private Parlours.

Beds, 1s. No charge for Servants.

THE TROSACHS HOTEL.

MRS. M'GREGOR, while taking this opportunity of returning thanks to Strangers and Tourists in Scotland visiting the Trosachs and Loch Katrine, for the liberal support given to the above Hotel during the nine years' proprietorship of her deceased Husband, respectfully intimates her intention of maintaining the Establishment as formerly, and solicits a continuance of Patronage.

The accommodation consists of Ten Private Parlours, Two Handsome and Commodious Public Rooms, and about Seventy Beds.

Carriages and Post Horses on the Shortest Notice.

Parties of pleasure who intend visiting Ellen's Isle are respectfully informed that Boats are to be had on the shortest notice, and that only by applying at the Trosachs Hotel.

Coaches to and from the Station at Callander will run daily during the Tourist Season.

Trosachs Hotel,

April 1859.

GOLDEN LION HOTEL,

(CAMPBELL'S, late GIBB'S) KING STREET, STIRLING.

DUNCAN CAMPBELL, NHILE expressing his thanks for the liberal support he has

V received during the many years he has been Proprietor of this Hotel, respectfully intimates that many improvements have recently been effected in the interior arrangement and management of the House, rendering it complete in every department as a temporary Residence for Families, Parties, Tourists, and the Public generally.

D. C. flatters himself that those patronizing his Establishment will find it everything they could wish in point of accommodation, moderation in charges, and facility in obtaining necessary refreshments.

Everything which experience could suggest has been done to provide for Commercial Gentlemen, who will find it to their advantage to put up at the Golden Lion.

A large Coffee-Room for Ladies and Gentlemen.

COACHING DEPARTMENT. Coaches to Callander, Loch Katrine, the Trosachs, Lochearnhead, Killin, Kenmore, Aberfeldy, and Dunkeld, twice a day during the season.

Carriages, Broughams, Droskies, Gigs, and Post-Horses, on the shortest notice.

The Inn is in the immediate vicinity of the Post-Office, Stamp-Office, the Banks, and the Stirling Station of the Scottish Central Railway; an Omnibus runs to and from the latter on the arrival and departure of all the trains. Passengers and Luggage-Free,

HOT, COLD, AND SHOWER BATHS. Golden Lion HOTEL, King STREET, STIRLING,

April 1858.

BRIDGE OF ALLAN.

PHILP'S ROYAL HOTEL

PHILP'S ROYAL HOTEL has been fitted up with the

utmost regard to the comfort of Visitors, and is furnished in the most elegant modern style. The Large Public Room is capable of accommodating upwards of One Hundred Persons at dinner, with a magnificent Drawing Room, containing a select Library and a Piano-Forte. Also, a number of Private Parlours, in which Families may have the quiet and comforts of home, combined with the strictest economy.

This elegant First-Class Hotel is situated in the centre of the finest scenery, being in the neighbourhood of Stirling, the Field of Bannockburn, Castle Campbell, Callander, and the Trosachs. The Mineral Spa, and the salubrity of the climate, render it a charming retreat for invalids. The adjoining hills are interspersed with beautiful promenades ; and attached to the Hotel is a beautiful ornamental Flower Garden.

A Table d'Hote daily during the Season.

A Carriage Awaits the Arrival of every Train.

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