Ferguson Brothers - Forrest, Peter

  • FERGUSON BROTHERS typefounders Edinburgh
    Archibald Ferguson 1 Salisbury Place 1846-47
    Ferguson Brothers Callender House, 67 Canongate 1848-56
    One of the brothers was Archibald Ferguson, 1 Salisbury Place 1846; another was Robert Ferguson whose address is 1 Salisbury Place in 1848.
    Edin Dir
  • FERGUSON, Alexander paper maker Auchterarder
    Auchterarder Walkmiln 1823-30
    Mill No 2. Erected in 1775 by James Barnet of Castlemains and John Ferguson of Shinafoot. Robert Ferguson, son of John Ferguson was at Auchterarder when he died in 1823. Alexander Ferguson then took it over. He was fined for Excise infringements in 1830. The mill vanished from the mill lists by 1832.
    Thomson; Ewen Jardine. 'The history of paper mills in Central Scotland'. IPH Yearbook vol.7 1988 81-93
  • FERGUSSON [FERGUSON], Alexander printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1745-48
    Burgess. Married Margaret May, daughter of the late James May 10 February 1745. Married Rosina Jamison daughter of John Jamison workman 10 July 1748.
    EdinMarr
  • FERGUSON, Alexander & John & Co paper merchants and rag dealers Glasgow
    J. Ferguson & Co 4 Kent Street 1835
    Alexander and John Ferguson 6 Kent Street 1837
    Glas Dir; Pigot 1837
  • FERGUSON, Andrew bookseller Glasgow
    Glasgow 1717
    To sell Anderson's Defence ... advt in Family instructor. Glasgow. 1717. British Library 4402.h.19
    NLS Impr Ind
  • FERGUSON, Archibald typefounder Edinburgh
    1 Salisbury Place 1846-50
    Ferguson Brothers Callender House, 67 Canongate 1848-56
    Edin Dir
  • FERGUSSON, D. journeyman compositor Edinburgh
    at Messrs Ballantine & Co Paul's Work 1833-34
    Preses of the Edinburgh Compositors Society 1833-34
    Edin Dir
  • FERGUSON, Daniel papermaker Colinton
    Moss Mill 1852
    Slater 1852
  • FERGUSON, Daniel wholesale and retail stationer Edinburgh
    5 Milne's Court 1833-35
    467 Lawnmarket 1836-41
    298 Lawnmarket 1842-44
    30 Victoria Street 1845-50
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1837
  • FERGUSON, Duncan running stationer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1796
    Married Margaret daughter of Daniel Robertson 28 April 1796.
    EdinMarr
  • FERGUSON, Duncan bookseller Glasgow
    Glasgow 1788
    Sold copies of A warning against Socinianism. Falkirk. 1788.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • FERGUSON, Henry seed merchant Edinburgh
    At the Head of Blackfriars Wynd and at the Physical Garden 1683
    Sold copies of James Sutherland's Hortus medicus Edinburgensis. Edinburgh, 1683.
    Aldis 1904
  • FERGUSON, J. & Co paper and rag warehouse Glasgow
    4 Kent Street 1835
    Alexander and John Ferguson 6 Kent Street 1837
    Glas Dir; Pigot 1837
  • FERGUSON, James paper maker Dunblane
    Dunblane 1820
    John Ferguson Dunblane 1825
    Mill No 43. It has disappeared from the mill lists by 1832.
    Pigot 1820; Thomson; Ewen Jardine. 'The history of paper mills in Central Scotland'. IPH Yearbook vol.7 1988 81-93
  • FERGUSON, James newspaper office Edinburgh
    of Advertiser Office - house James Court 1821-27
    Edin Dir
  • FERGUSON, James rag warehouse Leith
    St Andrew Street 1809-12
    64 St Andrew Street 1813-1818
    94 St Andrew Street 1819-21
    64 St Andrew Street 1823
    Mrs James 64 St Andrew Street 1824
    Edin Dir
  • FERGUSON, John paper maker Auchterarder and Bridge of Allan
    James Barnet of Castlemains and John Ferguson of Shinafoot Waulkmiln 1775
    Airthrey Mill No.1 (Excise No 40) before 1784
    Airthrey Mill No.2 (Excise No 38) ca 1794
    Keir Mill (Excise No 44) ca 1794
    Wrote to Commissioners of the Annexed Estates on 16 December 1775 to say that they had recently put up a papermill. They were having cash flow problems. Barnet was probably the landowner and Ferguson the millwright. John Ferguson converted the cornmills at Airthrey and Keir to papermaking and built a second mill at Airthrey. Auchterarder Walkmiln (Excise No 2) was erected in 1775 by James Barnet of Castlemains and John Ferguson of Shinafoot. In 1794 all three mills were making calender paper used in clothmaking. He was involved in the smuggling of paper. He was arrested and sentenced to pay a fine of £999,000. Meanwhile his brother Robert ran the papermills at Bridge of Allen, and his son also Robert the one at Auchterarder. All three mills were taken over by James Macrobie in 1808. After two years in prison John Ferguson was released. He died in 1810 aged 77. Robert Ferguson, son of John was at Auchterarder when he died in 1823. Alexander Ferguson then took it over.
    Thomson; Ewen Jardine. 'The history of paper mills in Central Scotland'. IPH Yearbook vol.7 1988 81-93
  • FERGUSON, John paper maker Dunblane
    James Ferguson 1820
    John Ferguson Ducksburn Park Mill 1825-31
    Mill 43. The owner was fined for smuggling in 1831, and the mill was twice burned down. After the second fire it was not rebuilt.
    Ewen Jardine. 'The history of paper mills in Central Scotland'. IPH Yearbook vol.7 1988 81-93
  • FERGUSON, John bookseller and stationer Edinburgh
    15 South St David Street 1843
    Edin Dir
  • FERGUSON, John paper stainer and marbler Glasgow
    40 Old Wynd 1828
    marble and fancy paper maker 26 Hutcheson Street 1835
    coloured and marbled paper 24 Hutcheson Street 1837
    39 Hutcheson Street 1840-44
    45 Candleriggs Street and 16 Queen Street 1847
    & Son 57 Argyll Street 1849
    Glas Dir; Pigot 1837
  • FERGUSON, John & Co paper makers Glasgow
    24 Jamaica Street 1825
    Pigot 1825
  • FERGUSON, John bookseller Stewarton
    High Street 1852
    Slater 1852
  • FERGUSON, M[ary] paper warehouse Glasgow
    Airthrey Mill Paper Warehouse 16 Prince's Street 1809
    103 King Street 1815-18
    Mary Ferguson paper and rag shop Airdrie Mill and 103 King Street 1819-20
    John Ferguson 103 King Street 1825
    Aithrey [sic] Mill Paper Warehouse, 14 King Street 1828
    paper warehouse same address 1835-47
    James M'Robie owned the three papermills at Airthrie, Bridge of Allan, Stirlingshire in the lists for 1825 and 1832. In 1832 his warehouse is stated to be at 72 Glassford Street, Glasgow. No mention of M. Ferguson before 1819. Pigot 1820 gives her name as Mary; Pigot 1825 gives 'John'. No mention of Airthrey Mill in the mill lists 1835-1844.
    Glas Dir; Pigot 1820; 1825; Thomson
  • FERGUSON, Peter printer Edinburgh
    Mercury office, Paterson's Court, Broughton Place 1837
    Gray 1837
  • FERGUSON, Peter printer Edinburgh
    6 Brown Street 1841-46
    19 Salisbury Street 1847-49
    Edin Dir
  • FERGUSON, Robert paper maker Auchterarder
    Auchterarder 1820-23
    Alexander Ferguson Auchterarder 1823-30
    Auchterarder Walkmiln (Excise No 2) was erected in 1775 by James Barnet of Castlemains and John Ferguson of Shinafoot. Robert Ferguson was the son of John Ferguson, Alexander Ferguson was fined for Excise infringements in 1830. The mill has disappeared from the mill lists by 1832.
    Pigot 1820; 1825; Ewen Jardine. 'The history of paper mills in Central Scotland'. IPH Yearbook vol.7 1988 81-93
  • FERGUSON, Robert paper maker Bridge of Allan
    Airthrey Mill No.1 (Excise No 40) before 1808
    Airthrey Mill No.2 (Excise No 38) before 1808
    Keir Mill (Excise No 44) before 1808
    Managed the three mills while his brother John was in prison. All three mills were taken over by James Macrobie in 1808.
    Ewen Jardine. 'The history of paper mills in Central Scotland'. IPH Yearbook vol.7 1988 81-93
  • FERGUSON, Robert letter founder Edinburgh
    Ferguson Brothers 1 Salisbury Place 1848
    Callender House 1849
    Edin Dir
  • FERGUSON, Robert bookseller, stationer and librarian Glasgow
    19 Oxford Street 1840
    Glas Dir
  • FERGUSON, Thomas and Co paper warehouse Leith
    Opposite the Customs House 1832-34
    paper warehouse [8 and 9] Commercial Place 1835-39
    stationers same address 1840
    11 Commercial Place 1841-44
    china, glass and stone warehouse same address 1845-66
    Edin Dir; Gray 1835
  • FERGUSON, William stationer Ayr
    Ayr 1707
    Will registered 20 November 1707.
    GlasTest
  • FERGUSON, William bookseller Edinburgh
    7 Bank Street 1841-55
    7 and 9 Bank Street 1856-63
    William Ferguson & Co 9 Bank Street 1864
    William Ferguson & Co 9 Bank Street 1866
    Edin Dir
  • FERGUSON, William bookbinder Glasgow
    159 Saltmarket 1815-18
    Glas Dir
  • FERGUSON, William lithographer Glasgow
    David Allan 187 Trongate 1832-34
    Allan & Ferguson same address 1835
    57 Argyle Street 1836-39
    and zincographic printers same address 1840-43
    Turner's Court, 87 Argyll Street 1844-47
    74 Buchanan Street 1848-48
    70 Buchanan Street 1849-51
    74 Buchanan Street 1852-74
    126 Renfield Street 1875-20th century
    David Allan merchant and lithographer of Allan & Ferguson Trongate Burgess and Guild Brother as married to Catherine Martin daughter to Alexander Glassford baker 25 July 1839. William Ferguson merchant and lithographer of Allan & Ferguson Trongate Burgess and Guild Brother as married to Janet daughter to James Learmonth hammerman 25 July 1839.
    Schenck; Glas Dir; Pigot 1837; GlasBurg
  • FERRIE, John bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1609-31
    Burgess by right of wife Beatrixe daughter to umquhile William Weir 21 December 1631 see also Privy Council Register viii, 373.
    Aldis 1904; EdinBurg
  • FERRIER bookseller Glasgow
    Glasgow 1791
    Sold copies of David Young. Address to the landed gentlemen. Edinburgh. 1791.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • FERRIER [David] & TRENCH [John] booksellers Edinburgh
    23 North Bridge 1843
    44 North Bridge 1844-46
    David Ferrier Bible Repository 17 Leith Street 1847-68
    Initial and christian name 1846. Ferrier's first name 1847
    Edin Dir
  • FERRIER, A. & Co booksellers Aberdeen
    33 Hadden Street, Woodside 1841-45
    'Occasionally as David Ferrier'!
    Beavan
  • FERRIER, Alexander printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1793
    Married Ann daughter of John Davidson gardener in Aberdeen 21 May 1793.
    EdinMarr
  • FERRIER, Charles bookbinder Edinburgh
    306 Lawnmarket 1819-34
    And 6 West Bow 1825.
    Same person as next. Post Office directory 1824 gives the two addresses as alternatives for Charles Ferrier bookbinder. The New and Improved Directory for 1824 gives him separately at the two addresses and as bookseller at 12 West Register Street.
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1820; 1825
  • FERRIER, Charles second hand bookseller Edinburgh
    12 West Register Street 1824
    6 West Bow 1825
    64 West Bow 1826
    306 Lawnmarket 1827-30
    bookbinder same address 1831-34
    487 High Street 1835-36
    Second hand bookseller Pigot 1825
    Edin Dir; Gray 1835; 1836; Pigot 1825
  • FERRIER, Charles A. wood engraver Arbroath
    Panmure Street 1846
    Angus 1846
  • FERRIER, David bookseller Edinburgh
    [David] Ferrier & [John] Trench 23 North Bridge 1843
    44 North Bridge 1844-46
    David Ferrier Bible Repository 17 Leith Street 1847-68
    Edin Dir
  • FERRIER, George bookseller and stationer Edinburgh
    130 High Street 1833-35
    Gray 1833; Edin Dir
  • FERRIER, George bookseller Edinburgh
    8 North Bank Street 1845-48
    Edin Dir
  • FERRIER, John bookbinder Aberdeen
    Aberdeen 1751-94
    Beavan
  • FERRIER, Robert bookbinder Glasgow
    Glasgow 1770
    Subscriber to Thomas Ridgley's Body of divinity. Glasgow. 1770.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • FERRIER, William bookbinder Edinburgh
    Strichen's Close 1812-16
    Stamp Office Close 1817
    Old Fishmarket Close 1818-25
    Old Assembly Close 1826-32
    [1] Milne Square 1833-34
    6 Milne Square 1835-37
    7 Milne Square 1835-44
    late bookbinder 1 Sylvan Place 1845-46
    Pirie's Close, Canongate in Edin Dir Supplement 1812. In National Library of Scotland copy of 1817, address altered in manuscript to Old Fishmarket Close. Number from trade index 1835. Same house address 1845-46 as D. Ferrier of Ferrier and Trench.
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1820; 1825; 1837 Gray 1835; 1836; 1837
  • FERRIER, William bookseller and librarian Girvan
    Dalrymple Street 1837
    Pigot 1837
  • FERINE, Alexander engraver Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1693
    A child buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 5 April 1693.
    GreyBuri
  • FETTES, John printer Edinburgh
    Dunbar's Close, Lawnmarket 1824-25
    New Directory only 1824.
    Edin Dir
  • FETTES, Robert bookseller Edinburgh
    Foot West Bow 1788
    Edin Dir
  • FETTES, Robert printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1789
    Married Helen daughter of deceast William Mill day labourer at Lochend near Dunbar 17 February 1789.
    EdinMarr
  • FIDDES, James printer Edinburgh
    Esq 9 High School Yards 1819
    printer same address 1820-22
    Edin Dir
  • FIELD, Mrs milliner and printer Edinburgh
    20 West Canal Street 1843
    Edin Dir
  • FIELD, Robert P. bookseller Edinburgh
    9 Carrubbers Close 1829
    Edin Dir
  • FIFE, George bookseller Dundee
    Head of Queen's Street 1792
    Brief history of the life of Mr Patrick Hamilton was printed for him in Dundee in 1792.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • FIFE SENTINEL PRESS newspaper office Cupar in Fife
    Thomas Armstrong printer Crossgate, opposite the Post Office 1843
    Fullerton Grieve printer same address 1843-August 1844
    David Ninian printer 1844-45
    Founded by the Free Church party. The editor was Thomas Walker. The first issue appeared on 12 January 1843. It was not a success, Thomas Armstrong was succeeded later in 1843 by Fullerton Grieve. He returned to the Lawnmarket in Edinburgh in August 1844. He was succeeded by David Ninian. The last issue was that of 30 January 1845, when it was absorbed into The Northern Warder of Dundee
    Campbell Cupar
  • FIFESHIRE JOURNAL PRESS newspaper office Kirkcaldy and Cupar in
    Fife
    Alexander Murray Fifeshire Journal Office Kirkcaldy 1833-January 1836
    John Jeffers Wilson printer Cameron's Buildings, Straiton's Close Cupar in Fife January to June 1836
    David Abercromby printer same address November 1836-May 1837
    James Tod printer same address May 1837
    Cupar 1838
    Cameron's Building in Straiton's Close ca 1839
    Cupar 1840-48
    17 Bonnygate November 1849
    Murray was the first editor and printer of The Fifehire Journal, a tory rejoinder the whig Fife Herald. He was an Edinburgh journalist who had worked on The Edinburgh Correspondent, and The Edinburgh Courant before taking on The Journal. In January 1836, the paper was acquired by Cupar writer, William Pagan, and James Moore Graham, a medical practitioner, and the paper was moved to Cupar. The man who moved the press was the paper's printer John Jeffers Wilson. He soon left the paper because he 'Found too many masters there'. In addition to the owners he had to deal with the publishers, the Cupar booksellers Gardner and Anderson. Wilson was followed by David Abercromby November 1836-May 1837; and then by James Tod who held the post of printer from May 1837-November 1849. In March 1851, William Pagan and James Moore Graham sold their interest in The Journal to David Page.
    Campbell Journal; Schenck
  • FINLAY [Henry William] and TULLY [Robert] fancy stationers and booksellers Edinburgh
    37 Nicolson Street 1847
    Edin Dir
  • FINLAY, H.M. stationer Portobello
    High Street 1847
    Not in 1848 Edin Dir.
    Edin Dir
  • FINDLAY, J. printer Arbroath
    Arbroath 1800
    Printed and sold The Arbroath Magazine 1800.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • FINLAY, J. bookseller Edinburgh
    12 Catherine Street 1840
    Edin Dir
  • FINDLAY, James librarian and stationer Edinburgh
    Chapel St near Nicolson's St 1789-90
    Castle Street 1790
    Opened Circulating Library Edinburgh Evening Courant 5 January 1789. Reopened after fire 4 December 1790.
    NLS Impr Ind; Edin Dir
  • FINDLAY, James bookseller, publisher, advertising agent Edinburgh
    General Post Office, Waterloo Place 1834-37
    Gray 1834; 1835; 1836; 1837
  • FINDLAY, John steel type cutter Aberdeen
    46 Queen Street 1825
    60 Queen Street 1825-27
    Beavan; Pigot 1825
  • FINLAY, John bookseller and wright Glasgow
    Shuttle Street 1765
    John Willison. A fair and impartial testimony. Glasgow, 1765 was printed for him.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • FINLAY, John & Margaret booksellers Glasgow
    R. & J. Finlay 49 Buchanan Street 1835
    John & Margaret Finlay same address 1837
    J. Finlay carver, gilder and printseller same address 1840-49
    Carvers & gilders in index.
    Glas Dir; Pigot 1837
  • FINDLAY, Joseph librarian Forfar
    Librarian Subscription Library High Street 1837-52
    Pigot 1837; Slater 1852
  • FINLAY, R. & J. carvers, gilders, looking glass manufacturers, printsellers, booksellers and stationers to the King Glasgow
    49 Buchanan Street 1835
    John & Margaret Finlay same address 1837
    J. Finlay carver, gilder and printseller same address 1840-49
    Glas Dir; Pigot 1837
  • FINLAY, T. cabinet maker and bookseller Edinburgh
    30 Haddington Place 1836
    Gray 1836
  • FINLAY, William bookbinder Edinburgh
    Castle Hill 1784
    Kennedy's Close, Castle Hill 1793
    Opposite Weigh-House 1797
    'inventor of a new ruling machine' 1793.
    Edin Dir
  • FINLAY, William baker Edinburgh
    29 Leith Street 1806-10
    12 Calton Street 1811-25
    Appears in the imprint of The history of Hardy the soldier. Printed by A.J. Aiken, along with an ironmonger and a bookseller.
    Chapbook Printers
  • FINLAYSON, John printer Aberdeen
    46 Netherkirkgate 1837
    The Aberdeen Herald Office 3 Jopp's Court, 40 Broad street 1840
    Aberdeen 1841-57
    Printer of The Aberdeen Herald.
    Beavan
  • FINLASON, Thomas printer Edinburgh
    Dundee 1593-95
    Edinburgh 1597-1603
    At Niddries Wynd Heid 1604
    Edinburgh 1605-28
    Heirs of T. Finlason 1628-31
    Son of James Finlason, bailie and treasurer of Dundee. He was made Burgess of Dundee in 1593; and Merchant Burgess of Edinburgh in 1597. On 29 October1602 he purchased the privileges, stock and plant of Robert Smyth, and, in succession to Robert Charteris, of Robert Waldegrave 30 March 1604.On 17 June 1606 he was granted, under the Privy Seal, the right to print for 25 years. He was appointed King's Printer for Scotland in 30 March1612. He died in 1627. His second son was Walter Finlason. His successors printed as the heirs of Thomas Finlason, and his types and blocks were afterwards used by Robert Young, and from him passed to George Anderson and Robert Bryson.
    Aldis 1904; STC; Harry G. Aldis. 'Thomas Finlason and his press. With a handlist of his books.' Edinburgh Bibliographical Society Publications. i 1896.
  • FINLAYSON, Thomas printer Edinburgh
    10 Simon Square 1815-17
    19 Simon Square 1818-20
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1820
  • FINLASON, Walter printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1628-1630?
    Second son of Thomas Finlason, he was appointed Printer of the Acts of Parliament 17 January 1628 in succession to his father. No book is known with his imprint, but he may have printed as Heirs of T. Finlason.
    Aldis 1904
  • FINNELL [FENNELL], John bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1610-19
    John Finnell bookbinder married Agnes Stregeith at Edinburgh 10 July 1610. The National Library of Scotland has a book with an inscription stating that it was bound by John Fennell in Edinburgh 1619.
    EdinMarr; John Morris. 'Scottish bookbindings: a binding by John Fennell of Edinburgh for George Lauder of the Bass 1619'. The Bibliotheck xvi,59-63 (1989)
  • FINNIE, Alexander paper maker Kilmarnock
    William Finnie & Sons 1820
    William Finnie & Co, Galston 1825
    Alexander Finnie Strath Mill, Galston near Kilmarnock 1832
    6 Regent Cross 1837
    Mill No 17. 'Lives in Kilmarnock' Mill List 1832. In 1852 the Mill belonged to John Mackintosh.
    Pigot 1820; 1837; Thomson
  • FINNIE, William & Sons paper makers Kilmarnock
    Galston 1820
    William Finnie & Co Galston 1825
    Alexander Finnie Strath Mill, Galston 1832
    Mill No 17. In 1852 the mill was in the possession of John Mackintosh.
    Pigot 1820; Thomson
  • FISHER, Andrew, & Co music seller Edinburgh
    58 North Bridge-street 1820
    Pigot 1820
  • FISHER, Charles printer Edinburgh
    6 Shrub Place 1825
    lithographic printing office 10 West Register Street 1826-28
    Edin Dir
  • FISHER, J. & M. engravers and medical label warehouse Edinburgh
    54 South Bridge 1849-50
    John Fisher 15 South College Street 1851-52
    Edin Dir
  • FISHER, James printer Edinburgh
    Baron Grant's Close 1834-37
    Gray 1834; 1835; 1836; 1837
  • FISHER, James bookseller Glasgow
    5 College Street 1825
    Pigot 1825
  • FISHER, John engraver Edinburgh
    West side of Haddo's Hole Church, 2nd Floor 1763
    Luckenbooths 1773-78
    Lawnmarket 1780
    Luckenbooths 1782
    Caledonian Mercury 22 January 1763; Edin Dir
  • FISHER, John engraver and medical label warehouse Edinburgh
    15 South College Street 1833-52
    'medical label warehouse' main sequence 1835-43.
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1837
  • FISHER, John bookbinder Glasgow
    62 Trongate 1809-20
    stationer and 1820
    John Fisher skinner and bookbinder Burgess and Guild Brother by purchase 27 August 1808.
    GlasBurg; Glas Dir; Pigot 1820
  • FISHER, John carver gilder and printseller Glasgow
    19 Gordon Street 1849
    Glas Dir
  • FISHER, John printer Perth
    25 High Street 1852
    Slater 1852
  • FISHER, Peter running stationer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1786-1800
    Burgess 2 November 1786. Daughter Janet married Archibald Blackwood wright in Canongate Kirk 8 September 1800.
    EdinBurg; CanonMarr
  • FISHER, William bookseller Glasgow
    27 Saltmarket Street 1825
    Pigot 1825
  • FITCH, Alexander bookseller and bookbinder Edinburgh
    Forrester's Wynd 1778
    Opposite the Cornmarket 1780
    Horse Wynd 1784-90
    Potterrow Port 1793-1804
    West College St 1805-7
    Middleton Entry 1808
    Miss Fitch milliner same address 1809-13
    'Bookbinder' married Margaret daughter of deceast Robert Burns cowfeeder in Portsburgh 3 November 1771. 'Journeyman bookbinder' married Isobel daughter of deceased High Spence woodsawer in Leith 12 December 1773. 'bookseller' Edin Dir 1793.
    EdinMarr; NLS Impr Ind; Edin Dir
  • FITZPATRICK, D. bookbinder Edinburgh
    Scale Stairs, Old Assembly Close 1821-22
    Old Assembly Close 1823
    [20] Foot of Carrubbers Close 1824-25
    Number from New Dir 1824.
    Edin Dir
  • FLECKFIELD, Robert bookbinder and stationer Glasgow
    119 Candleriggs 1837
    wholesale and retail stationer same address 1840-44
    Pigot 1837; Glas Dir
  • FLEMING, Andrew & KERR wholesale and retail stationers Glasgow
    Andrew Fleming 7 Argyle Street 1819-21
    Fleming & Kerr same address 1822-25
    15 Argyll Street 1826-28
    Malcolm Kerr 89 Queen Street 1837-47
    Publishers of the Glasgow Juvenile Library, a numbered series of twelve penny children's chapbooks about 1822. The National Library of Scotland possesses No.7 The story of Finetta: or The cinder girl and No.11 Damon and Dorcas, or The rural oeconomists. The pagination seems to be continuous throughout the series.
    Chapbook Printers; GlasBurg (Malcolm Kerr); Pigot 1825, 1837; Glas Dir
  • FLEMING, Andrew stationer Glasgow
    7 Argyle-street 1820
    Pigot 1820
  • FLEMING, Charles stereotyper Edinburgh
    at Duncan Stevenson's Edinburgh 1854-73
    Brother of Leslie and William Fleming. Died February 1873.
    Leslie Fleming. An octogenarian printer's recollections. Edinburgh, 1893.
  • FLEMING, Daniel goldsmith, engraver and dentist Greenock
    working jeweller and goldsmith 13 William Street 1831-34
    goldsmith, engraver and dentist 3 Cathcart Square 1836
    goldsmith 18 Hamilton Street 1845
    Fowler 1831; 1834; 1836; Paisley 1845
  • FLEMING, David bookbinder Edinburgh
    Portsburgh 1780
    Edin Dir
  • FLEMING, George printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1739
    Burgess 8 August 1739.
    EdinBurg
  • FLEMING, John bookbinder Edinburgh
    2 Drummond Street 1844-51
    Edin Dir
  • FLEMING, Leslie printer Edinburgh
    In the office of Andrew Shortrede, Thistle Street Lane 1830-40
    house - 13 Hercules Street 1837
    worked for Duncan Stevenson 32 Thistle Lane 1840-85.
    Born in Libberton's Wynd 23 December 1805. Brother of Charles and William Fleming. Apprenticed as a compositor in Blair Street in 1818. Transferred to the University Printing Office of Charles Stewart in Old Bank Close 1820. Retired in 1885.
    Gray 1837; Leslie Fleming. An octogenarian printer's recollections. Edinburgh, 1893.
  • FLEMING, Robert printer Edinburgh
    James Davidson and Robert Fleming 1724
    Robert Fleming and Company 1724-6
    Pearson's Closs North side of the Street opposite the Cross 1725-35
    Robert Fleming same address 1735-40
    Robert Fleming & Alexander Alison 1741-6
    Robert Fleming 1746-54
    Turnpike opposite to the foot of the Fishmarket first door 1755-69
    Son to Mr Robert Fleming, sometime Minister of the Kirk of Mairns, apprenticed to Mr Andrew Simpson, late Minister at Kirkinner [and now printer] 8 February 1710. Burgess 9 December 1719. Partner in the firm of Walter & Thomas Ruddiman. The partnership ended at Whitsunday 1722. NLS MS 763. From 1729-34 he published The Echo, or Edinburgh Weekly Journal apparently in partnership with James McEuen. At the same time he printed chapbooks, without his name, but with the imprint 'Edinburgh: printed and sold in Pearson's Closs...'. The National Library of Scotland has a number, of which only two are dated The merry tales of the mad-men of Gotam. By A.B. Doctor of Physick. 1729 and Henry Blyde's contract. 1734. Edited the second volume of Alexander Nisbet's A System of Heraldry. Edinburgh, 1742. Guild Brother 31 August 1748 as apprentice to Mr Andrew Simpson, sometime Minister at Kirkinner. Edinburgh Evening Courant printed by Robert Fleming and Alexander Kincaid 1739-79. Died 1779. Apprentice: David Millar 29 March 1738.
    NLS Impr Ind; Chapbook Printers; EdinPren; EdinBurg
  • FLEMING, Robert printer, bookseller, auctioneer and paper maker Edinburgh
    Robert Fleming junior Edinburgh 1748-50
    Auction House at the Cross 1758-75
    Robert Fleming & Patrick Neill printers 1765-7
    Robert Fleming & A. Neill 1768-70
    Robert Fleming & Patrick and A. Neill 1770
    Robert Fleming & A. Neill 1770-
    Robert Fleming at the Cross 1773-1775
    Printing Office Old Fish Market Close 1776-82
    Robert Fleming and David Ramsay publishers of The Edinburgh Evening Courant same address 1779-85
    Robert Fleming junior and John Hutton papermakers 1758-1762
    Burgess by right of father Robert Fleming 27 February 1754. Married Anne Brown relict of Alexander Beg tailor 3 September 1758. Silver medals for papermaking 1758. Papermaking partnership dissolved & mill rouped Edinburgh Evening Courant 24 November 1762. Married Miss Elizabeth daughter to deceast George Weir of Kerse 29 September 1765. Fleming & Tennant late printers in Edinburgh. Partnership wound up Edinburgh Evening Courant 1 July 1780. Apprentices: Mathew Jarvie, Burgess 28 July 1756; Robert Wilson, Burgess 10 January 1782; William Robertson Burgess 12 June 1788.
    NLS Impr Ind; EdinBurg; EdinMarr; Edin Dir; EdinPren
  • FLEMING, William printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1794
    Married Grizel daughter of William Bell mason 14 May 1794.
    EdinMarr
  • FLEMING, William printer Edinburgh
    4 Royal Bank Close 1824
    Head of Stereotyping at Duncan Stevenson's Old Assembly Close 1824-54
    Brother of Charles and Leslie Fleming. 'Had married shortly before this [1824]'
    Edin Dir; Leslie Fleming. An octogenarian printer's recollections. Edinburgh, 1893.
  • FLEMING, William printer Edinburgh
    209 High Street 1837
    Perhaps the house address of the brother of Charles and Leslie Fleming.
    Gray 1837
  • FLEMING, William printer Edinburgh
    6 South Charlotte Street 1841-48
    'painter' 1841-43. Perhaps the house address of the brother of Charles and Leslie Fleming.
    Edin Dir
  • FLEMING, William stationer and bookseller Glasgow
    Near the head of the Saltmarket East side of the Street 1780-1781
    Salt Market 1783
    NLS Impr Ind; Glas Dir
  • FLETCHER [John] & HUNTER [Gilbert] booksellers and stationers Edinburgh
    John Fletcher 3 Dundas Street 1833-42
    Fletcher & Hunter same address 1843
    Gilbert Hunter same address 1844
    Edin Dir
  • FLETCHER, John bookseller and stationer Edinburgh
    3 Dundas Street 1833-42
    Fletcher & Hunter same address 1843
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1837
  • FLETCHER, Melville bookseller St Andrews
    St Andrews 1832-36
    South Street 1837-52
    Doughty; Pigot 1837; Slater 1852
  • FLETCHER, Peter globe maker Edinburgh
    19 Rose Street 1845-49
    11 South St Andrew Street 1850-53
    21 Clyde Street 1854-61
    7 Clyde Street 1862-77
    15 Pitlochry Place 1878
    64 Albert Street 1879-80
    7 South Elliot Street 1881
    3 Pitlochry Place 1882
    Edin Dir
  • FLETCHER, Robert senior printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1764
    According to the subscription proposals he was editing R. Douglas's The Baronage of Scotland. Caledonian Mercury 16 April 1764.
  • FLETCHER, Robert junior bookseller and auctioneer Edinburgh
    auction house at the Cross 1760
    at the Cross, using the auction house below Balfour's Coffee House 1764.
    Caledonian Mercury 17 March 1760; 3 January 1763.
  • FLETCHER, Robert junior and HUTTON, John paper makers Edinburgh
    Mill on the Water of Esk 1763
    Their co-partnery in the trade of papermaking is to expire at Whitsunday. Caledonian Mercury 3 January 1763
  • FLETCHER, William carver, gilder, printseller and stationer Edinburgh
    of James Edmonstone & Co 49 Princes Street 1824
    79 Princes Street 1825-28
    97 Princes Street 1829
    Edin Dir
  • FLIN, James bookseller Neilston
    Neilston 1852
    Slater 1852
  • FLOCKHART, David bookseller and stationer Alloa
    Alloa 1760-1772
    Creditors of David Flockhart of Whitehills stationer in Alloa are to meet. Edinburgh Evening Courant 13 June 1772.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • FLOCKHART [FLOCKER], John printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1705-15
    John Flockhart servitor to George Jaffray, printer, Burgess, married Helen Logan daughter of William Logan weaver 20 September 1705. Married Beatrix Livingstoun, widow of James Boukie tailor 20 November 1715.
    EdinMarr
  • FLOCKHART, John printer Edinburgh
    15 Leith Street 1835-36
    Gray 1835; 1836
  • FLOUNDERS, Thomas H. engraver Edinburgh
    13 Hill Place 1842
    Edin Dir; Johnst3
  • FLOWERS, Thomas engraver Edinburgh
    23 Duke Street 1842-43
    28 St Andrew Square 1845
    31 Charlotte Square 1846-49
    26 and 31 Charlotte Square 1850-52
    31 Charlotte Square 1853
    Not in Edin Dir1844.
    Edin Dir
  • FORBES and OWEN printer Edinburgh
    118 High Street, First stair in the Close 1830
    Forbes and Kay 171 Cowgate 1831
    Forbes and Co. same address 1832-3
    J. Forbes same address 1834
    Stevenlaw's Close 1834
    Forbes and Owen printed a number of sensational broadsides including Murder. Fourth edition. - Authentic particulars... rape, robbery and murder... 24th of April 1830... of Margaret Paterson, and Execution of the Gilmerton murderers Dobie and Thomson 18th August 1830, from 118 High Street. Forbes and Kay printed Trial: Full, true and particular account of the trial of Samuel M'Lauchlan and Thomas Badger for riots at Lauder at the election of the Member of Parliament, probably in 1831, and J. Forbes printer, Cowgate, Edinburgh appears in the imprint of Wellington cut out, by the arrival of Sir Robert Peel. The firm does not appear in the Edinburgh directories after 25th November 1834.
    Chapbook Printers
  • FORBES, Alexander stationer Edinburgh
    Pirrie's Close, 246 Canongate 1824-25
    Edin Dir
  • FORBES, Alexander bookbinder Edinburgh
    5 Milne's Court 1832-77
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1837
  • FORBES, Andrew bookbinder [bookseller?] Inverkeithing
    Inverkeithing 1837
    Pigot 1837
  • FORBES, Charles bookseller Edinburgh
    3 West Bow 1827
    James Court 1828
    of J. Laing & [Charles] Forbes 92 Princes Street 1831-44
    bookseller and stationer late Laing and Forbes same address 1845-50
    of Forbes and Wilson same address 1851-53
    Charles Forbes 1 Alva Street 1854
    Edin Dir
  • FORBES, Daniel running stationer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1766
    Married Katherine daughter to George [Don] Dow farmer in Gleneagles 2 March 1766.
    EdinMarr
  • FORBES, David bookseller and stationer Edinburgh
    13 College Street 1801-02
    Edin Dir
  • FORBES, Edward Duncan bookbinder [bookseller?] Inverkeithing
    Inverkeithing 1837
    Pigot 1837
  • FORBES, George bookseller Brechin
    Brechin [spelt Brichen] 1736
    Mentioned in Decreet arbitral James Blair & John Nairn v Mr Robert Freebairn 20 January 1736.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • FORBES, Henry seal engraver Edinburgh
    25 North Bridge 1826-29
    and lapidary 68 Princes Street 1830-31
    64 Princes Street 1832-34
    57 Princes Street 1835-36
    Henry Forbes & Co same address 1837-41
    '67' main sequence 1835. Burgess as apprentice to David Watt seal engraver 4 August 1828, apprenticed same day as from 1 August 1816.
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1837; EdinBurg
  • FORBES, J. bookbinder Edinburgh
    Dickson's Close 1796
    Dickson's Close and 8 South Hanover Street 1797
    Edin Dir
  • FORBES, James apprentice bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1725
    Son to Thomas Forbes, Merchant in St Andrews, apprenticed to Samuel Graham bookbinder 29 December 1725.
    EdinPren
  • FORBES, John stationer bookseller and printer Aberdeen
    Aberdeen 1650-1675
    Father of John Forbes junior. In partnership with his son 1662-75. He died in November 1675, and was buried 2 December 1675. Beavan says that he was active in the book trade in 1650, the earliest reference in Aldis is 1656.
    Aberdeen Printers; Beavan; Aldis 1904
  • FORBES, John, junior printer Aberdeen
    Above the Meal Market, at the sign of the Townes Arms 1662-1704
    Ex typographia defuncti Johanni Forbesii 1704
    Successors of John Forbes same address 1705-14
    Succeeded James Brown, from whose widow, Agnes Rutherford, he and his father bought his printing materials in 1662. They became printers to the town and university, and occupied the house formerly rented by Raban and Brown. He married Margaret Cuthbert, who survived him, their children were Marjorie, Jean and John. Censured by the Burgh Council for printing a book for the Quakers in 1676. In 1683 he printed a book which gave offence to the medical faculty in Aberdeen, and he was rebuked by the Burgh Council, and told not to print any book without permission. Made a Burgess 24 January 1694 as eldest son of the late John Forbes burgess.. He was dead before 14 December 1704. His widow was admitted to the office of Town Printer 7 February 1705. James Nicol married Margaret daughter of John Forbes, and on 6 December 1710 her mother petitioned the Town Council to admit her daughter and James Nichol as successors in her printing business. Daughter, Marjory, married Peter Seller merchant of Edinburgh 17 June 1714.
    Aberdeen Printers; Aldis 1904; NLS Impr Ind; EdinMarr; AbdBurg
  • FORBES, John bookbinder Edinburgh
    115 Cowgate 1816-18
    127 Cowgate 1819-21
    6 Horse Wynd 1822-26
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1820; 1825
  • FORBES, John bookbinder and librarian Edinburgh
    6 Horsewynd Cowgate 1825
    Pigot 1825
  • FORBES, John bookbinder Edinburgh
    16 Rose Street 1835-36
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1837
  • FORBES, John apprentice bookbinder Perth
    Perth 1765
    John Forbes apprenticed to John Bisset bookbinder Perth 27 September 1765
    Maxted
  • FORBES, John bookseller Stirling
    Baker Street 1837
    & circulating library 84 Baker Street 1852
    Published The Tourists Companion through Stirling. Stirling, 1847; 2nd ed. 1848; 4th ed 1853.
    Pigot 1837; Slater 1852; Local Notes and Queries reprinted from The Stirling Observer. Stirling, 1886.
  • FORBES, Robert apprentice printer Aberdeen
    Aberdeen 1740
    Robert Forbes, son of John Forbes, apprenticed to James Chalmers printer Aberdeen 1740
    Beavan; Maxted
  • FORBES, Samuel compositor Edinburgh
    James Watson's printing office 1721
    As apprentice to James Watson in 1721, he composed Rules and directions to be observed in printing houses.
  • FORBES, W.G. bookseller Edinburgh
    25 York Place 1838
    Edin Dir
  • FORBES, William bookseller Aberdeen
    10 Lodge Walk 1824
    11 Castle Street 1825
    Dealer in books Aberdeen Directory 1824.
    Beavan; Pigot 1825
  • FORD, MONTEITH & CO booksellers and general agents Edinburgh
    54 South Bridge 1812
    121 West Bow 1813
    Edin Dir
  • FOORD, David apprentice printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1676
    Son to umquhile David Foord, fermourer in the paroch of Tannadis in Angus, apprenticed to James Anderson printer 23 August 1676.
    EdinPren
  • FORD, John bookseller Aberdeen
    Gallowgate 1846-49
    Beavan
  • FORD, John bookseller Kirkcaldy
    Kirkcaldy 1785-1819
    High-street 1820
    NLS Impr Ind; Pigot 1820; Doughty
  • FORD, Thomas stationer Edinburgh
    60 North Bridge 1825
    Edin Dir
  • FOREMAN, Mr bookseller Stirling
    Stirling 1800
    To sell The Farmers Magazine. Edinburgh Advertiser 21 January 1800.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • FORFAR, Hugh librarian Milnathort
    Milnathort 1852
    Milnathort Subscription Library
    Slater 1852
  • FORMAN, James bookseller Stirling
    Broad-street 1820
    54 Broad Street 1825
    Broad Street 1837
    Pigot 1820
  • FORMAN, Thomas bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1634
    Burgess by right of wife Margaret daughter to umquhile James Braidfoote merchant 30 July 1634.
    EdinBurg
  • FORREST, David auctioneer Edinburgh
    Potterrow 1806-10
    65 Potterrow 1811-20
    Edin Dir
  • FOREST, G. bookseller East Linton
    'Linton' 1747-48
    Could possibly be West Linton in Peeblesshire.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • FORREST, James printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1697-1700
    Children buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 11 August 1697; 1 December 1699; 27 July 1700.
    GreyBuri
  • FORREST, James bookseller and bookbinder Edinburgh
    Parliament House 1715-18
    Mrs Forrest same address 1719
    Burgess by right of father James Forrest, glazier 16 December 1713.
    NLS Impr Ind; EdinBurg
  • FORREST, Peter bookseller Annan
    High-street 1820-25
    In section Booksellers Stationers & Bookbinders. 'Poor?; a Printer. Sometime an Actor of considerable humour. Seemingly working to do well. Not prudent to trust more than £10.' Oliver and Boyd Travellers Logbook. NLS Acc.5000/78.
    Pigot 1820; 1825; Bell


Speak me