Gray, William - Harrower

  • GRAY, William merchant and bookseller Lanark
    Sometimes 'Lanerk' 1736-40
    NLS Impr Ind
  • GRAY, William merchant and bookseller Prestonpans
    Preston (probably Prestonpans) 1740-43
    Occasionally sold religious works.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • GREEN, C.W. papermaker Penicuik
    manager at Valleyfield Mill 1850-53
    Edin Dir
  • GREENHILL, John stationer Edinburgh
    10 Bank Street 1825-29
    wholesale and retail stationer same address 1830-65
    Burgess 25 June 1825.'stationer' Edin Dir 1831, 1835, 1839-41.
    Edin Dir; EdinBurg; Pigot 1837
  • GREENHILL, Thomas printer Edinburgh
    Courant Office Old Fish Market Close 1824-30
    Edin Dir; New Dir 1824
  • GREENLEES, James bookseller and stationer Glasgow
    96 Hutcheson Street 1815
    Glas Dir
  • GREENOCK ADVERTISER newspaper office Greenock
    17 William Street 1831
    3 William Street 1834-36
    2 Bank Street 1845
    1 Bank Street 1853
    Greenock Advertiser and Clyde Commercial Journal 29 Hamilton Street 1861-75
    Started in 1799. James Scott & Alexander Mackenzie printers 1845; last issue 8 April 1884.
    Waterloo Directory; Fowler 1831; 1834; 1836; Greenock 1845; 1853; 1861; 1868; 1873; 1875; Newsplan Scotland
  • GREENOCK INTELLIGENCER newspaper office Greenock
    3 Broad Close 1834-36
    Founded 1832. William Clark printer 1834; Dr Kirk editor 1832; A. Colquhoun editor 1832-36
    Waterloo Directory; Newsplan Scotland; Fowler 1834; 1836
  • GREENOCK LIBRARY subscription library Greenock
    Mason's Hall 28 Charles Street 1831
    Mason's Hall 36 Charles Street 1834-36
    Watt Building 5 Union Street 1845
    Watt Monument 9 Union Street 1853-75
    Instituted 1783, a collection of foreign literature was commenced in 1807 (Appendix to Fowler 1831; 1834); Rev John Dunn Librarian 1831-36; Mr James Black librarian 1845 (Register p.44 Greenock 1845). In 1831 it contained 8,000 volumes and had about 230 subscribers; in 1836 it had upwards of 10,000 volumes and about 231 subscribers. In 1845 the number of volumes was the same, and it was said to have above 200 subscribers. A catalogue of the library was printed in 1897.
    Fowler 1831; 1834; 1836; Greenock 1845; 1853; 1861; 1868; 1873; 1875
  • GREENOCK MECHANICS LIBRARY subscription library Greenock
    4 Sir Michael Street 1834-36
    Greenock Mechanics' Institution 7 Sir Michael Street 1845
    11 Sir Michael Street 1853-61
    13 Sir Michael Street 1868-75
    Instituted 1832. It appears in the register of Fowler 1831, but without an address. David M'Leod and John Orr were librarians in 1831; Thomas Boyd, John Henry and Peter Blair in 1834; Robert Allan in 1836. In 1834 it had 1,000 volumes and 300 members; in 1836 above 1200 volumes and had 300 members. In 1836 The Mechanics Institution built itself a new building with a public museum as well as the library and a reading room. In 1845 the library had 2,000 volumes.
    Fowler 1831; 1834; 1836; Greenock 1845; 1853; 1861; 1868; 1873; 1875
  • GREENOCK OBSERVER newspaper office Greenock
    Greenock 1840-44
    1 William Street 1845
    Greenock 1846
    Started 1 April 1840. Printed advertisement Greenock 1845 'The Observer was established in 1840...[and] underwent a considerable enlargement in February 1843'. Survived until 6 May 1846.
    Waterloo Directory; Greenock 1845; Newsplan Scotland
  • GREENSHIELDS BROTHERS pianoforte and music sellers Glasgow
    29 Argyll Arcade 1847
    19 Argyll Arcade 1849
    James Greenshields of Greenshields Brothers listed separately 1847. David and Robert listed separately 1849.
    Glas Dir
  • GREENSHIELDS, John printers joiner Edinburgh
    23e Drummond Street 1833-34
    8 Pleasance house - 23 Drummond Street 1835
    Edin Dir
  • GREIG, D[avid] & J[ohn] printing and copying press makers Edinburgh
    Lothian Road 1844-61
    96 Fountainbridge 1862
    Fountainhall Works, [96] Fountainbridge 1863-77
    John Greig & Sons same address 1878-85
    Fountainhouse Works 28-30 Dundee Street 1886-20th Century
    Edin Dir
  • GREIG, George bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1665
    His child buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 7 December 1665. There are two registers kept by separate gravediggers at this date. The other record for this entry gives the father's name as George Kairgil. This entry is probably a ghost.
    GreyBuri
  • GREIG, George printer Kelso
    Market Place 1837
    Pigot 1837
  • GREIG, J. & Sons smiths, machine & steelplate makers Edinburgh
    Lothian Road 1840
    printing press makers same address 1843
    John Greig junior of 1843.
    Edin Dir
  • GREIG, John bookseller Edinburgh
    261 High Street 1812-17
    15 Bank-street 1818-23
    Burgess and Guild Brother as apprentice to Manners and Millar booksellers 28 January 1813.
    Edin Dir; EdinBurg; Pigot 1820
  • GREIG, John printer Edinburgh
    of Neill & Co Old Fishmarket Close 1826
    8 Middle Arthur Place 1833
    Neills 9 Middle Arthur Place 1834-36
    18 Middle Arthur Place 1839-40
    433 Lawnmarket 1841-52
    John Greig & Son same address 1853-57
    6 Old Physic Garden 1858-67
    3 Brown Square 1868-74
    57 Frederick Street 1875-78
    Preses of the Edinburgh Compositors Society 1826. John Thomson printer was at 8 Middle Arthur Place in 1834-36
    Edin Dir; Gray 1833; 1836
  • GREIG, John smith Edinburgh
    13 Wellington Street 1821-22
    110 Rose Street 1823-25
    John & William Greig smiths 110 Rose Street 1826-30
    John Greig same address 1831-32
    John Greig & Sons same address 1833-34
    smiths and gasfitters same address 1835
    158 Rose Street 1836-39
    smiths, machine & steelplate makers Lothian Road 1840-42
    printing press makers same address 1843
    D[avid] & J[ohn] Greig same address 1844-61
    96 Fountainbride 1862
    Fountainhall Works, Fountainbridge 1863-66
    96 Fountainbridge 1867-75
    John Greig junior of 1838-43.
    Edin Dir
  • GREIG, John saddler and bookseller Glasgow
    Glasgow 1730-41
    Sold Works by Erskine. Possibly John Greg Hammerman Burgess 28 Nov 1728. He is later called a Cordiner.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • GRIEG, M. bookseller St Andrews
    St Andrews 1747
    Sold an Act of Parliament printed in Edinburgh.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • GREIG, Thomas printer Edinburgh
    [John] Walker & [Thomas] Greig Foulis Close 1806-09
    Parliament Stairs 1810-30
    5 Buccleuch Place [house] 1824-31
    204 High Street 1831-35
    Thomas Greig 5 Buccleuch Place [house] 1836-37
    late printer 24 Buccleuch Street 1838-45
    Burgess as apprentice to John Ritchie printer 9 September 1807; Guild Brother 30 August 1813
    Edin Dir; EdinBurg
  • GRIER, Archibald bookseller Moffat
    Moffat 1735
    Thomas Brooks Precious remedies. 5th ed. Glasgow. 1735 was printed for him.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • GRIERSON, J. bookseller Dumfries
    Dumfries 1745-59
    NLS Impr Ind
  • GRIERSON, John printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1682
    Married Janet Scott 15 June 1682.
    EdinMarr
  • GRIEVE [James] & SHEPHERD [Colin] printers Dundee
    6 High Street 1846
    Dundee 1846
  • GRIEVE, Adam paper maker Dunipace
    James Liddell Herbertshire Paper Mill 1789
    Daniel Macdonald same address November 1790
    Edward and Richard Collins same address 1791-95
    Francis Strachan and Gilbert Laing same address 1795-97
    Adam Grieve same address 1797-1800
    Charles Laing same address 1801-24
    Robert Weir same address 1824-33
    Andrew Duncan same address 1834-20th Century
    William Morehead owner of the Herbertshire estate built a papermill in 1789, Mill Excise No 39, and leased it to a succession of tenants. Edward Collins of the Herbertshire Mill was sequestrated in 1795. In 1824 the mill was bought by Robert Weir a Glasgow stationer. He leased it to Andrew Duncan in 1834, who eventually bought it in 1860. He died in 1863 aged 53. The mill continued in his name until it was bought in 1906 by Carrongrove, who closed it down in 1908.
    Thomson; Ewen Jardine. 'The history of paper mills in Central Scotland'. IPH Yearbook vol.7 1988 p.81-93
  • GRIEVE Alexander papermaker Balbirnie
    Robert Tullis's manager at Auchmuchty by Kirkaldy 1809
    Markinch Mill, Balbirnie 1816
    Markinch Mill, No 14 in the Excise Lists, was founded by Alexander Grieve in 1816. In the List of Mills 1825 the owner is given as Janet Grieve.
    Thomson
  • GRIEVE, Alexander bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1771-72
    Bell's Wynd 1773-76
    Allan's Close 1778-82
    President Stairs, Parliament Close 1784-97
    Married Barbara daughter of deceast George Low porter in Gilmertoun in the parish of Liberton 28 July 1771. Daughter Agnes married Charles Allan bookbinder 24 July 1794. Advertised for Journeyman Bookbinder Edinburgh Evening Courant 9 March 1789. Burgess 16 February 1792. Apprentice: Robert Alison 11 May 1797, Burgess 11 May 1797.
    EdinMarr; Edin Dir; NLS Impr Ind; EdinPren; EdinBurg
  • GRIEVE, Archibald bookseller Dumfries
    Dumfries 1746-48
    Rosamond. an opera was printed for him in Glasgow in 1746.
    NLS Impr Ind,
  • GRIEVE, David paper maker Balbirnie
    Alexander Grieve Markinch Mill, Balbirnie 1816
    Janet Grieve Balbirnie in Fife 1825
    Grieve & Co Markinch, Balbirnie, Fife 1837-60
    Mill 14, Pigot gives the owner as David Greive in 1825 but it was Janet Grieve according to The List of Papermills in Scotland 1825, and Janet Grieve & Co in 1853 and 1860. In 1876 the mill belonged to Grosset & Dixon.
    Pigot 1825; 1837; Thomson
  • GRIEVE, David paper maker Loanhead
    Springfield Paper Mill 1813
    'Died at Springfield Paper Mill, on the 9th February, Mr David Grieve, one of the partners, and manager of said mill'
    Edinburgh Evening Courant 20 February 1813
  • GRIEVE, Fullarton printer Cupar and Edinburgh
    Fife Sentinel Office Crossgate, opposite the Post Office, Cupar 1843-August 1844
    489 Lawnmarket Edinburgh 1846-47
    Campbell Cupar; Edin Dir
  • GREIVE, James printer Dundee
    House 43 Overgate 1846
    Of Greive and Shepherd 6 High Street.
    Dundee 1846
  • GRIEVE, James bookseller and Merchant Houpeshouse
    Perhaps Hopes near Haddington in East Lothian 1757
    Sold copies of James Burgh's Britain's remembrancer. Edinburgh. 1757.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • GREIVE, Janet paper maker Balbirnie
    Markinch Mill, Balbirnie in Fife 1825
    Janet Grieve & Co Markinch, Balbirnie, Fife 1837-60
    Mill 14, Pigot 1825 gives the owner as David Grieve.
    Pigot 1825; Slater 1852 Thomson
  • GRIEVE, Robert bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1795
    Married Mary daughter of deceased James Farmer coachman 3 July 1795.
    EdinMarr
  • GRIEVE, Robert bookbinder Edinburgh
    32 College Wynd 1824
    Edin Dir
  • GRIEVE, Walter bookseller Melrose, Jedburgh, Dunse, Kelso
    bookseller, stationer and printer Dunse 1820
    bookseller Market Place, Kelso 1825-37
    'Bad; Formerly of Melrose, Jedburgh and Dunse and compounded lately at Dunse "A rolling stone &c."' Oliver and Boyd Travellers Logbook NLS Acc.5000/78
    Pigot 1820; 1825; 1837; Bell
  • GRIEVE, William papermaker Lasswade
    Kevock Bank Mills 1842-47
    Kevock Mill was in the hands of a Mr Sommerville in 1848.
    Edin Dir
  • GRIFFIN, Richard & Co booksellers and circulating library Glasgow
    75 Hutcheson Street 1819-24
    64 Hutcheson Street 1825-28 (but 75 in an imprint in 1826)
    wholesale booksellers, publishers, and dealers in fancy goods Western Bazar [sic] 115 Buchanan Street 1834-37
    and stationers and manufacturers of chemical apparatus 24 Canon Street 1839-42
    40 Buchanan Street 1844-49
    41 West Nile Street 1856
    39 & 41 West Nile Street 1857-60
    41 West Nile Street 1861
    Important publisher of childrens books including a splendid Book of Trades. John Griffin is listed as a member of the firm in 1835; John Joseph and Charles in 1840, 1844 and 1849. Griffin's Chemical Museum was at Prince of Wales Buildings, 40 Buchanan Street in 1844.
    Glas Dir; Chapbook Printers; Pigot 1825; 1837
  • GROCOTT, Thomas engraver and lithographer Glasgow
    11 and 13 Wellington Arcade 1847
    General fancy bazaar and repository for stationery, perfumery and Berlin wools same address 1847-48
    English, French and German toy warehouse and general fancy bazaar 23 Cambridge Street 1849
    Glas Dir; Schenck
  • GROOT HAERE [GRAET HAERE, GRYTHER], Peter papermaker Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1590
    James VI granted a privilege for making paper in Scotland in February 1590 to Peter Graet Haere, and a grant of a monopoly under the Privy Seal to Pietter Gryther and Michael Kysar almanis on 5 December 1590. Michael Keysar in partnership with Mungo Russell opened a mill at Dalry very shortly afterwards. Waterston illustrates a watermark of the royal sign manual IR6 with a crown from a Privy Council Paper of 15 December 1589, and another with IR and AR monograms and a crowned thistle from another of 25 January 1593.
    Waterston 1; Waterston 2; Thomson
  • GROVES, James agent Glasgow
    48 Dundas Street 1847
    Agent for J. & F. Tallis, publisher, London.
    Glas Dir
  • GRUBB, John S. music seller Edinburgh
    21 Broughton Place 1845-46
    19 Gayfield Place 1847-52
    1 Gayfield Place 1853-64
    25 Forth Street 1865-69
    Mrs J.S.Grubb no trade same address 1870-93
    Edin Dir
  • GRYTHER [GRAET HAERE, GROOT HAERE], Peter papermaker Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1590
    James VI granted a privilege for making paper in Scotland in February 1590 to Peter Graet Haere, and a grant of a monopoly under the Privy Seal to Pietter Gryther and Michael Kysar almanis on 5 December 1590. Michael Keysar in partnership with Mungo Russell opened a mill at Dalry very shortly afterwards. Waterston illustrates a watermark of the royal sign manual IR6 with a crown from a Privy Council Paper of 15 December 1589, and another with IR and AR monograms and a crowned thistle from another of 25 January 1593.
    Waterston 1; Waterston 2; Thomson





    GUARDIAN newspaper office Glasgow
    78 Miller Street 1844
    94 Miller Street 1847-49
    Glas Dir
  • GULLAN, Archibald bookseller Anstruther
    Tolbooth Wynd 1837
    Pigot 1837
  • GULLON [GILLAN], John bookseller Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1719-21
    Advertisements in Scots Courant 5 June 1719 and Edinburgh Evening Courant 26 June 1721.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • GULLEN, John printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1761
    Married Euphan Clerk 11 January 1761.
    EdinMarr
  • GUNN, D. printer Edinburgh
    9 South Richmond Street 1835
    8 South Richmond Street 1836
    Mr D. Gunn of Napier and Gun paper rulers in street index Gray 1836.
    Gray 1835
  • GUNN, John bookbinder Edinburgh
    8 St Andrew Square 1845
    15 Clyde Street 1846-52
    13 George Street 1853-56
    Edin Dir
  • GUNN, John black borderer Glasgow
    10 Frederick Lane 1847
    Glas Dir
  • GUNN, Robert newspaper office Edinburgh
    of North British Advertiser Office 6 Beaumont Place 1827
    Edin Dir
  • GUNN, Robert printing machine maker Edinburgh
    7 North Bank Street 1833-36
    Names too late for insertion Edin Dir 1833.
    Edin Dir
  • GUNTER, Laurence printer Edinburgh
    at Heriot's Bridge in the Grassmarket 1685
    In partnership with John Colmar, one of the Dutch printers who John Cairns brought over to print Murray's Acts, he printed N. Paterson's A panegyrick to Thomas Kennedie. 1685.
    Aldis 1904
  • GUTHRIE and ANDERSON booksellers Edinburgh
    25 South Bridge, East Side 1788-1805
    Guthrie and Anderson same address 1806-14
    Alexander Guthrie same address 1815-19
    Regent Bridge 1820
    Charles Guthrie 8 Waterloo Place 1821-32
    C.S. Guthrie 13 Waterloo Place 1833-4
    Burgess 28 August 1793; Guild Brother 12 September 1822. 'John Guthrie' Edin Dir 1790.
    NLS Impr Ind; EdinBurg; Edin Dir
  • GUTHRIE [John] and TAIT [James] booksellers Edinburgh
    John Guthrie Opposite the Fountainwell, Netherbow 1784-88
    2 Nicolson Street 1790-1803
    [John] Guthrie and [James] Tait same address 1804-10
    4 Nicolson-street 1811-44
    41 Clerk Street 1845
    Born in the parish of Botriphine in Aberdeenshire. A chapman or pedlar from the age of eleven, John Guthrie eventually settled in Edinburgh and set up a bookstall at the Linen Hall in the Canongate, afterwards opening a shop at the Netherbow. Described as bookbinder in Edinburgh Directory for 1786; married Elizabeth daughter of deceased John Huline carpenter in London 8 February 1790. Stationers and Circulating Library 1833-40; Mr John Guthrie died 10 May 1824, but his partner continued the firm under the name of Tait & Guthrie.
    NLS Impr Ind; Edin Dir; EdinMarr; Pigot 1820; Timperley 890-91; Kay
  • GUTHRIE, Alexander bookseller Edinburgh
    25 South Bridge, East Side 1788-1805
    Guthrie and Anderson same address 1806-14
    Alexander Guthrie same address 1815-19
    Regent Bridge 1820
    Charles Guthrie 8 Waterloo Place 1821-32
    C.S. Guthrie 13 Waterloo Place 1833-4
    Burgess 28 August 1793; Guild Brother 12 September 1822. 'John Guthrie' Edin Dir 1790 Member of the Edinburgh Bookseller's Society 23 June 1790.
    NLS Impr Ind; EdinBurg; Edin Dir; Sher. Edinburgh Booksellers
  • GUTHRIE, C.S. bookseller Edinburgh
    Waterloo Place 1833-34
    Edin Dir
  • GUTHRIE, Charles bookseller Edinburgh
    8 Waterloo Place 1821-22
    and stationer same address 1823-32
    13 Waterloo Place 1833-34
    Successor to Alexander Guthrie
    NLS Impr Ind; Edin Dir
  • GUTHRIE, David bookseller Ayr
    1 High Street 1852
    Slater 1852
  • GUTHRIE, David printer Edinburgh
    134 High Street 1849-50
    243 High Street and 13 Hanover Street 1851
    243 High Street and 36 George Street 1852
    377 High Street 1853-63
    editor Daily Review same address 1864-69
    Printer and publisher of the North British Agriculturalist. Author of Christianity and Natural Science. Edinburgh, 1866.
    Edin Dir
  • GUTHRIE, John bookbinder Edinburgh
    Opposite Fountain Well 1786
    Edin Dir
  • GUTHRIE, John bookseller Edinburgh
    Opposite the Fountainwell, Netherbow 1784-88
    2 Nicolson Street 1790-1803
    [John] Guthrie and [James] Tait same address 1804-10
    4 Nicolson-street 1811-44
    41 Clerk Street 1845
    Born in the parish of Botriphine in Aberdeenshire. A chapman or pedlar from the age of eleven, he eventually settled in Edinburgh and set up a bookstall at the Linen Hall in the Canongate, afterwards opening a shop at the Netherbow. Described as bookbinder in Edinburgh Directory for 1786; married Elizabeth daughter of deceased John Huline carpenter in London 8 February 1790. Member of the Edinburgh Bookseller's Society 19 August 1790. The National Library of Scotland has John Guthrie's Catalogue 1802. Stationers and Circulating Library 1833-40; Mr John Guthrie died 10 May 1824, but his partner continued the firm under the name of Tait & Guthrie.
    NLS Impr Ind; Edin Dir; EdinMarr; Pigot 1820; Timperley 890-91; Kay; Sher. Edinburgh Booksellers
  • GUTHRIE, John bookseller Edinburgh
    8 Waterloo Place 1821
    Charles Guthrie same address 1821-32
    13 Waterloo Place 1833-4
    Born 1789 died 1821.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • GUTHRIE, William newspaper editor Kelso
    Victoria Cottage 1852
    Editor of the Kelso Mail
    Slater 1852

    H, I. printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1663
    Printed Pleasant history of Roswall and Lillian in Edinburgh in 1663.
    Aldis 1904
  • HADDEN, Alexander bookseller Glasgow
    155 High Street 1835-37
    and stationer same address 1840
    181½ High Street 1844-49
    'and 181½ High Street' Trade index 1840
    Glas Dir; Pigot 1837
  • HADON, John apprentice bookseller Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1718
    John Hadon, son of James Hadon merchant of Douglas, apprenticed to John Paton bookseller Edinburgh 1718.
    Maxted
  • HADDEN, John bookseller and stationer Glasgow
    179 High Street 1849
    Glas Dir
  • HADDOW, John apprentice bookseller Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1718
    Son to deceased James Haddow, Merchant in Douglas, apprenticed to John Paton bookseller 26 November 1718.
    EdinPren
  • HAGEN, van see VAN HAGEN
  • HAIG & WHITE papermakers Pennicuick
    Esk Mills (Valleyfield) after 1775
    'In 1775 the first buildings at Esk Mills were erected by Peter Brotherstone. Soon after this date, Messrs Haig & White became associated with the firm whose chief product was cotton, but from the beginning about one ton of paper was made weekly... in 1804 the buildings were advertised for sale in the Edinburgh Evening Courier.'
    Esk Mills Jubilee 1898-1848. Pennicuick; Printed for James Brown & Co 1948.
  • HAIG, Henry engraver Edinburgh
    St John's Close 1825-27
    7 Brighton Street 1828-48
    Died 4 January 1848
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1837; Johnst3
  • HAIG, John stationer Edinburgh
    35 Hanover Street 1828
    Edin Dir
  • HAISTIE, David printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1685
    Married Margaret Chalmers 10 December 1685.
    EdinMarr
  • HALDANE, [James]. & Co engravers and copperplate printers Glasgow
    Argyll Street 1789
    Donald's Land, 154 Trongate 1790-1806
    James Haldane 626 Argyll Street 1807-25
    42 Argyll Street 1826-38
    James Halden same address 1839-43
    Born 13 June 1767. Married Janet Thomson 31 December 1810. Died Glasgow 19 June 1843. He left money to found the Haldane Academy of the Fine Arts. In 1869 the trustees contributed towards the funds of the Government School of Design, which had been founded in 1840, and which was then renamed the Glasgow School of Art and Haldane Academy. It was known by this name till 1892, when it became simply the Glasgow School of Art.
    Glas Dir; Pigot 1825; Pigot 1837; Bush.2; Johnst3
  • HALIBURTON, Isabel paper maker Colinton
    Upper Spylaw Mill 1703-07
    Widow of James Lithgow who started the mill in 1681.
    Thomson
  • HALIBURTON [HALLIBURTON], John bookseller, stationer and stamp office Coldstream
    Coldstream 1825-37
    Stamp Office Pigot 1837
    Pigot 1837
  • HALIBURTON, Robert paper maker Colinton
    Upper Spylaw Mill 1687
    In December 1687 James Lithgow signed an agreement to teach Haliburton how to make paper.
    Thomson
  • HALIBURTON, William apprentice stationer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1668
    Son to Thomas Haliburton of Newmaynes, apprenticed to Robert Browne stationer 2 December 1668.
    EdinPren
  • HALIDAY, [John] and FERRIER, [William] bookbinders Edinburgh
    Old Fishmarket Close 1810
    42 Old Fishmarket Close 1811
    John Haliday same address 1812-16
    1 James Square 1817-18
    Edin Dir
  • HALIDAY, John bookbinder Edinburgh
    John Haliday and William Ferrier Old Fishmarket Close 1810
    42 Old Fishmarket Close 1811
    John Haliday same address 1812-16
    1 James Square 1817-18
    Edin Dir
  • HALKET, George printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1793
    Married Marion daughter of James Robertson porter 30 December 1793.
    EdinMarr
  • HALL and MUIR bookbinders Edinburgh
    Back of the Fountain Well, High Street 1810
    Edin Dir
  • HALL & SLAVERT librarians Peebles
    Peebles 1852
    Public Library and Reading Room.
    Slater 1852
  • HALL, David apprentice printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1729
    Son to James Hall, of Westfield, apprenticed to John Mosman & William Brown His Majesty's Printers 16 April 1729
    EdinPren; Maxted
  • HALL, James paper maker Cathcart
    Newlands Mill 1716-63
    Burgess and Guild Brother of Glasgow gratis at the desire of Lord Pollok 4 December 1716. Will registered of Isobel Lang, lawful daughter of Robert Lang, Comptroller of H.M. Customs of Glasgow and spouse of James Hall, paper maker at the New Paper Mill of Cathcart 28 February 1763.
    GlasBurg; GlasTest; Thomson
  • HALL, John printer Glasgow
    Near the middle of the Saltmarket 1750-60
    NLS Impr Ind
  • HALL, Joseph lithographer Edinburgh
    of the Diorama 3 Hope Street, Charlotte Square 1828-29
    Diorama, Lothian Road 1830-32
    lithographer and Diorama Lothian Road 1833-45
    late lithographer 33 Howe Street 1846
    Specimen in advertisement Edin Dir 1835; illustration of his office in view of Diorama and Cosmorama and advertisement 'Specimen of Pen & Ink Lithography 1835.
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1837; Schenck
  • HALLIBURTON, John bookseller & subdistributor of stamps Coldstream
    Coldstream 1852
    Slater 1852
  • HALIDAY, [John] and FERRIER, [William] bookbinders Edinburgh
    Old Fishmarket Close 1810
    42 Old Fishmarket Close 1811
    John Haliday same address 1812-16
    1 James Square 1817-18
    Edin Dir
  • HALLIDAY, David bookseller Dumfries
    163 High Street 1825
    bookseller and printer 113 High Street 1837
    Old Council Chambers 150 High Street 1852
    Pigot 1825; 1837; Slater 1852
  • HALLIDAY, David bookseller and stationer Edinburgh
    51 South Bridge 1836
    57 South Bridge Street 1837
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1837; Gray 1836
  • HALLIDAY, David bookseller & library Lockerbie
    High Street 1852
    Slater 1852
  • HALLIDAY, George apprentice bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1712
    Son to deceased George Halliday, Merchant, apprenticed to George Steuart bookbinder 19 November 1712.
    EdinPren
  • HALLIDAY, James bookbinder Inverkeithing
    Inverkeithing 1852
    Slater 1852
  • HALLIDAY, John printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1784
    Married Margaret daughter of James Graham mason 21 May 1784.
    EdinMarr
  • HALIDAY, John bookbinder Edinburgh
    John Haliday and William Ferrier Old Fishmarket Close 1810
    42 Old Fishmarket Close 1811
    John Haliday same address 1812-16
    1 James Square 1817-18
    Edin Dir
  • HALLIDAY, John general merchant and bookseller Sanquar
    Sanquhar 1825-37
    'Good; a General merchant' Oliver and Boyd Travellers Logbook NLS Acc.5000/78; not in Pigot 1821 bookseller and stationer and agent for the Caledonian Fire Office also Grocer and Spirit deale and Stocking Dealer 1825; in 1837 he is still listed as Grocer & Spirit Dealer & Wine Merchant, Woolstapler and Stationer.
    Bell; Pigot 1825; 1837
  • HAMILTON [Gavin] and BALFOUR [John] booksellers, printers, paper makers and auctioneers Edinburgh
    Gavin Hamilton bookseller Opposite to the Parliament Closs 1730-36
    Gavin Hamilton & John Balfour same address 1739-64
    printers Hamilton Balfour and Neill 1749-59
    Hamilton Balfour Neill and John Reid 1759-60
    paper maker Gavin Hamilton Bogsmill, Colinton 1756-60
    Gavin Hamilton and John Balfour same address 1761-64
    Gavin Hamilton same address 1764-67
    Dr Robert Hamilton same address 1767-74
    John Balfour 1774-1813
    Kate's Mill, Colinton 1783-1830
    1704-1767. Gavin Hamilton acquired the lease of Bogsmill in 1756. The partnership with Balfour was dissolved in 1762 but the firm was carried on by John Balfour under old name until 1764; Hamilton, Balfour and Neill were Printers to the University 1754-62. The papermaking partnership was also dissolved in 1762 but continued by Balfour under the same name until 1764. Apprentices: John Yair 4 June 1735; Thomas Punton, son of Archibald Punton, apprenticed to Gavin Hamilton & Co booksellers Edinburgh 1744; John Johnston 23 May 1750; David Sloas 23 February 1751; Thomas Denham 9 January 1754; Walter Balfour apprenticed to Hamilton and Balfour booksellers Edinburgh 1754.
    NLS Impr Ind; EdinMarr; EdinPren; Waterston 2; Maxted
  • HAMILTON [Gavin], BALFOUR [John] and NEILL [Patrick] printers Edinburgh
    printers Hamilton Balfour and Neill 1749-59
    Hamilton Balfour Neill and Reid [John] 1759-60
    Hamilton, Balfour and Neill were Printers to the University 1754-62. Apprentices: John Johnston 23 May 1750; Thomas Denham 9 January 1754; Walter Balfour apprenticed to Hamiltonand Balfour booksellers, Edinburgh 1754..
    NLS Impr Ind; EdinMarr; EdinPren; Maxted
  • HAMILTON [David] and MULLER [J.M.?] pianoforte and music seller Edinburgh
    116 George Street 1839-44
    David Hamilton same address 1845
    Hamilton and Muller same address 1846-89
    David Hamilton organ builder same address 1839-41; J.M. Muller teacher of music 21 Heriot Row 1839. No other Mullers in Edin Dir 1839. London Pianoforte Warehouse 1841
    Edin Dir
  • HAMILTON, Alexander bookbinder Edinburgh
    9 High School-yards 1820
    Pigot 1820
  • HAMILTON, Daniel newspaper office Edinburgh
    of the Witness Office 10 St Patrick Square 1845
    19 George IV Bridge 1846
    1 East Adam Square 1847-51
    Edin Dir
  • HAMILTON, David musicseller Edinburgh
    David Hamilton & Co pianforte makers 63 North Bridge 1822-23
    David Hamilton musical instrument maker same address 1824
    organ and piano builder 3 Hanover Street 1825-27
    30 St Andrew Street 1828-32
    and musicseller? same address 1833-34
    organ builder and organist of St John's Chapel same address 1835-37
    116 George Street 1838
    Hamilton and Muller same address 1839-89
    Edin Dir
  • HAMILTON, Gavin (Galvinus) bookseller, printer, paper maker and auctioneer Edinburgh
    bookseller Opposite to the Parliament Closs 1730-36
    Gavin Hamilton & John Balfour same address 1739-64
    printers Hamilton Balfour and Neill 1749-59
    Hamilton Balfour Neill and John Reid 1759-60
    paper maker Gavin Hamilton Bogsmill, Colinton 1756-60
    Gavin Hamilton and John Balfour same address 1761-64
    Gavin Hamilton same address 1764-67
    Dr Robert Hamilton same address 1767-74
    John Balfour 1774-1813
    Kate's Mill, Colinton 1783-1830
    1704-1767. Gavin Hamilton acquired the lease of Bogsmill in 1756. The partnership with Balfour was dissolved in 1762, but the firm was carried on by John Balfour under old name until 1764; Hamilton, Balfour and Neill were Printers to the University 1754-62. The papermaking partnership was also dissolved in 1762 but continued by Balfour under the same name until 1764. The National Library of Scotland has A Catalogue of exceeding curious and valuable books to be sold in the shop of Gavin Hamilton & John Balfour. Edinburgh, 1764. Daughter, Miss Louisa married the Rev. Mr James Woodrow Minister at Dunlop 22 April 1759. Apprentices: John Yair 4 June 1735; Thomas Punton, son of Archibald Punton was apprenticed to Gavin Hamilton & Co booksellers Edinburgh 1744; John Johnston 23 May 1750; David Sloas 23 February 1751; Thomas Denham 9 January 1754.
    NLS Impr Ind; EdinMarr; EdinPren; Maxted; Waterston 2
  • HAMILTON, George apprentice bookseller Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1646
    Son to John Hamilton, indweller in Edinburgh, apprenticed with Duncan Muir [or rather Munn] bookseller 23 December 1646.
    EdinPren
  • HAMILTON, George bookseller, stationer and musicseller Edinburgh
    34 Nicholson Street 1825-29
    54 Nicolson Street 1830-33
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1825
  • HAMILTON, James bookseller Borthwick
    Borthwick 1724-28
    Sold a number of works by Ralph Erskine.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • HAMILTON, James bookseller Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1724
    Ralph Erskine's Law-death. Edinburgh, 1724 sold by him.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • HAMILTON, James of Little Earnock paper maker Restalrig and Edinburgh
    Restalrig [Clockmill] Mill 1690-93
    [shop] on the South side of the head of the Canongate a little above St John's Cross Edinburgh 1691
    Bought from Peter Bruce his patent for playing cards and his papermill at Restalrig in 1690. The papermill was on the 'River of Tumble' and is perhaps the clockmill of Clockmill Lane. A clock mill is a watermill with a horizontal wheel used when a stream was too shallow to take a vertical wheel. Two sets of his 'Cards armorial containing the Arms of the four Kingdoms' are in the National Library of Scotland.
    Waterston 1; 2; 3; Thomson
  • HAMILTON, James bookseller Strathaven
    'Strathven' 1761
    Appears in subscription list of Confessions of faith. Glasgow: Bryce. 1761
    NLS Impr Ind
  • HAMILTON, John circulating library Dundee
    High Street 1824
    2 High Street, South side 1829
    Dundee 1824; 1829
  • HAMILTON, John bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1658-71
    Burgess by right of father John Hamilton stabler 15 September 1658. Married Agnes Gibsoun 6 October 1659. His daughter Janet buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 3 October 1671. There are two books for this date. the other record calls him stabler, perhaps in mistake for his father. Apprentice: Patrick Woodrow 8 December 1658.
    EdinBurg; EdinMarr; GreyBuri; EdinPren
  • HAMILTON, John apprentice stationer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1674
    Son to John Hamilton in Prestoun, apprenticed to Henry Lesly stationer 16 December 1674.
    EdinPren
  • HAMILTON, John printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1696
    A child buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 1 April 1696.
    GreyBuri
  • HAMILTON, John journeyman bookseller Edinburgh
    Foot of Burnet's Close and at Murray & Cochrane's Craig's Close 1767
    Editor of Companion for the festivals and fasts of the Church of England. Edinburgh Evening Courant 4 May 1767.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • HAMILTON, John music seller and stationer Edinburgh
    24 North Bridge 1799-1811
    14 Princes Street Suppl to Edin Dir 1811
    26 Princes Street 1812-13
    Born 1761, John Hamilton was a song-writer and contributed to Johnson's Museum. Also wrote The Chronicle of Scottish Poetry. Among his songs was Up in the morning early. Burgess of Edinburgh 2 June 1803. Died 23 September 1814.
    DNB: Edin Dir; EdinBurg
  • HAMILTON, John bookseller, stationer, music seller and map seller Edinburgh
    15 South St Andrew Street 1831-38
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1837
  • HAMILTON, John merchant and stationer Glasgow
    Glasgow 1653 - before 1717
    Burgess as serving apprentice with James Sanderis stationer 18 March 1653. John Craig hammerman in Partick Burgess of Glasgow as married to Christine daughter to deceased John Hamilton stationer 13 March 1717.
    GlasBurg
  • HAMILTON, John bookseller Glasgow
    Glasgow 1737-38
    Sold two works by Isaac Ambrose.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • HAMILTON, Robert paper maker Colinton
    Bogsmill Paper Mill near Colinton 1767-74
    A Doctor, Sold the mill to John Balfour in 1774
    NLS Impr Ind
  • HAMILTON, Robert running stationer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1784-92
    Married Elizabeth daughter of Joseph Thomson printer in Glasgow 14 December 1784. Witness at the trial of Walter Berry and James Robertson for publishing a seditious libel 1792.
    EdinMarr; Trial of Walter Berry and James Robertson Edinburgh,1792
  • HAMILTON, Robert bookbinder Edinburgh
    Old Assembly Close 1809-11
    Back [or Parliament] Stairs 1812-23
    stationer 22 St Andrew's Square pocket book and jewel case maker 12 West Register Street 1824
    Ornamental stationer to His Majesty 22 St Andrews Square 1825-26
    22 South St Andrews Street 1827-29
    R. Hamilton stationer to the King and bookbinder 2 Rose Street 1830
    Robert Hamilton bookseller to the King 19 Queen Street 1834-37
    bookseller same address 1838-45
    4 Hunter Square 1846-58
    Robert Hamilton, Parliament Stair, bookbinder and stationer Burgess and Guild Brother 9 April 1816. Sequestration in SRO 1830.
    Edin Dir; New Dir 1824 'manufactory 12 East Register Street'; not in Edin Dir 1831; John Morris 'An Egyptian binding by Robert Hamilton, Edinburgh 1820' (English and Foreign Bookbindings 50)' Book Collector xxxviii,514-5 (1989); Ramsden; EdinBurg; SRO CS231/H/2/19
  • HAMILTON, Robert bookseller Edinburgh
    21 Broughton Place 1825
    Pigot 1825
  • HAMILTON, Robert die stamp and seal engraver Glasgow
    114 Trongate 1840-44
    190 Trongate 1847
    Glas Dir
  • HAMILTON, Robert bookseller Hamilton
    Hamilton 1713
    Andrew Cant's Sermon preached after the renovation of the National Covenant printed for him 1713.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • HAMILTON, William bookseller Edinburgh
    Below the Laigh Coffee-House 1732
    Opposite to the Cross 1735-53
    William Hamilton, son of William Hamilton deceased, apprenticed to James Davidson bookseller Edinburgh 1722. Joint auction with Allan Ramsay Caledonian Mercury 25 November 1736. Apprentice: James Wood 22 May 1745.
    NLS Impr Ind; EdinPren; Maxted
  • HAMILTON, William paper maker Pennicuick and Colinton
    Pennicuick 1716
    Redhall Mill 1716-18
    Son of James Hamilton of Restalrig Mill.
    Thomson
  • HAMILTON, William stationer and circulating library Glasgow
    139 Renfield Street 1835-40
    and printer same address 1844
    bookseller, stationer, librarian and printer 139 and 141 Renfield Street 1847-49
    Published a series under the title The comic songster. The National Library of Scotland has the second edition of No.XXIII, of 1839.
    Glas Dir; Pigot 1837; Chapbook Printers
  • HAMPTON, John bookseller Brechin
    High Street 1846
    House East Mill.
    Angus 1846
  • HAMPTON, Walter bookbinder and stationer Leith
    16 Dock Street 1842
    Edin Dir
  • HANNA [HANNIN], John printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1696
    His son William buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 21 June 1696; his widow Margaret Moor 28 May 1698.
    GreyBuri
  • HANNAY, James bookseller Curghie
    Curghie 1852
    Slater 1852
  • HARDEN, John and Company printers of the Caledonian Mercury Edinburgh
    Fishmarket Close 1810-12
    Burgess in right of wife Jessie, daughter of Robert Allan banker 28 March 1811. Printer of The Caledonian Mercury.
    Edin Dir; EdinBurg
  • HARDIE, J. printer Edinburgh
    142 High Street 1826-27
    Edin Dir
  • HARDIE, J. Merchant Old Meldrum
    Old Meldrum 1781
    Took in subscriptions for Samuel Rutherfoord's Letters. Advertisement in Howie's Scots Worthies. 1781
    NLS Impr Ind
  • HARDIE, James bookbinder Edinburgh
    Gosford's Close, Lawnmarket 1793-97
    Edin Dir
  • HARDIE [HARDY], James newspaper office Edinburgh
    of Gazette Office 5 North Bank Street 1837-40
    12 North Bank Street 1841
    13 North Bank Street 1842-46
    Edin Dir
  • HARDIE, Robert printer Edinburgh
    Weekly Chronicle Office Parliament Stairs 1820-22
    Parliament Stairs 1823
    University Printing Office Parliament Stairs 1824-25
    Parliament Stairs 1829-30
    University Printing Office 1 Park Street 1831-32
    53 George Street 1833-35
    32 Thistle Street 1836-44
    Robert Hardie & Co 77 Rose Street 1845
    20 Frederick Street 1846-58
    20 Frederick Street and 77 Rose Street 1859-70
    77 Rose Street 1871-95
    Not in 1826-28. Robert Hardie & Co published a series called Hardie's Rides upon Railways to Picturesque Places. The National Library of Scotland has one for The Caledonian Railway, Carlisle Section. [1848]; and another called The Handbook of the trip to Dirleton and North Berwick by The North Britiah Railway. Edinburgh [ca 1850]. 'Overseer, Stevenson's Office, Law Department' Gray's Dir 1832.
    Edin Dir
  • HARDIE, Samuel printer Edinburgh
    Canongate 1728
    Married Ann daughter to the deceased Patrick Christy dyer in Edinburgh 22 November 1728.
    CanonMarr
  • HARKNESS, Thomas printer Dumfries
    150 High Street 1852
    Slater 1852
  • HARPER, John apprentice stationer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1673
    Son to Robert Harper tailor, apprenticed to Gedeon Shaw stationer 11 February 1673.
    EdinPren
  • HARRIS engraver Stirling
    Kirkwoods 1790-1810
    Johnst3
  • HARRIS, Mrs stationer Edinburgh
    Thomas Harris 15 Leith Street 1807-09
    Mrs Harris same address 1810
    29 Leith Street 1811-14
    15 Broughton Street 1815-16
    Edin Dir
  • HARRIS, Andrew bookseller and stationer Edinburgh
    45 Princes Street 1848
    and pocket-book, jewel and dressing-case maker same address 1849
    Edin Dir
  • HARRIS, James paper maker Glasgow
    32 Bell-street 1820
    Pigot 1820
  • HARRIS, James rag and paper merchant Glasgow
    30 Bell Street 1818-20
    Glas Dir
  • HARRIS, Thomas stationer Edinburgh
    Thomas Harris 15 Leith Street 1807-09
    Mrs Harris same address 1810
    29 Leith Street 1811-14
    15 Broughton Street 1815-16
    Edin Dir
  • HARRISON, Benjamin printseller and stationer Edinburgh
    33 George Street 1832
    Edin Dir
  • HARROWER & BROWN general printers and engravers Glasgow
    59 Trongate 1847
    and lithographers 11 St Andrew's Square 1848-50
    Glas Dir; Schenck



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