Glasgow Lyrical Society, October 1876
An advertisement on the front page of The Glasgow Herald, on Monday the 2nd of October, 1876, reads:
“GLASGOW LYRICAL SOCIETY—P. S. TERRAS, Conductor—will resume this SESSION as a
The Opening Meeting for Enrolment of Members, &c., will be held in Belgravia College, 13 Newton
Terrace (Sauchiehall Street), on Thursday Evening, 5th Oct., at 8 o’clock.
Ladies and Gentlemen desirous of joining the Society are invited to attend on that evening. Annual
Subscription—Gentlemen, One Guinea; Ladies, One Half-guinea.
J. M. STORRAR, 29 Bath St.”
See page 430 of the 1875-76 Post Office Directory, for P. Sinclair Terras, “music teacher, 20 Kelvinhaugh street.”
James M. Storrar is listed on page 422 of the same directory, as “chemical and produce agent, 29 Bath street; house, 70 Buccleuch street.”