The Glasgow Herald began in as the Glasgow Advertiser, but switched its name in Its ownership changed frequently during the nineteenth century, but it was always owned by a collection of local businessmen and lawyers, along with some of the leading managers of the paper. Samuel Hunter, editor from to , was a surgeon with military experience. His successor, George Outram, editor from to , was an advocate a lawyer who dabbled in light verse. James Pagan was the first professional journalist to be appointed as editor. He was briefly followed by the academic, Professor William Jack , then by James Stoddart and Charles Russell
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His business connection with the Herald began in by his answering an advertisement for a boy. He was the first boy clerk the company employed, and he rose by successive stages in the office from keeper of the petty cash to the positions of cashier, manager of the commercial and publishing departments, and finally managing partner. During the fifty-three years in which he served the company vast changes took place. Stoddart, LL.