21/05/1855 – Glasgow Herald – To Brick builders – John Bogle & Co, are now prepared to supply the trade with bricks of superior quality at their works , Newlands, Camlachie, Glasgow 19/05/1855
13/01/1860– Glasgow Herald – To Brick makers – For sale two iron pug mills. Apply John Bogle, Porter Street, Camlachie
1861 – John Bogle, Brickmaker, Porter Street, Camlachie
1861 – John Bogle, brickmaker and builder, 37 Whitevale Street, Glasgow
22/11/1861 – Glasgow Herald – Notice to debtors and creditors – Mr John Bogle, brick manufacturer in Glasgow, having executed a trust deed for behoof of his creditors in favour of William Lang, Accountant in Glasgow, creditors are requested to lodge their claims with Lang & Graham, Accountants, 98 West George Street, Glasgow within 1 month from this date and debtors are required to make their payment of their debts within the like period. 18/11/1861
30/11/1861 – Glasgow Herald – P.Burn & Co beg to intimate that they are instructed by Lang & Graham accountants to sell the whole stock of bricks, brickfield utensils, horses, carts and harness belonging to the Trust Estate of Mr John Bogle, Brickmaker. On view before sale. Sale begins at 12 o’clock.
24/02/1862 – Glasgow Herald – Bricks for sale – to sell about 250,000 bricks, hand made and of a very superior quality belonging to the trust of Mr John Bogle may be seen at the Field, Porter Street, Camlachie. Offers for the whole or any quantity will be received by Lang & Graham. Accountants, 98 West George Street.