M'Clure, James - M'Goun

  • M'CLURE, James & Son carvers, gilders and printsellers to Her Majesty Glasgow
    6 Royal Bank Place - workshop 51 Dunlop Street 1849
    Glas Dir
  • M'CLURE, John bookseller Edinburgh
    Candlemaker Row 1788
    Mentioned in advertisement of auction Edinburgh Evening Courant 3 March 1788 [also M'Lure in same advertisement].
    Edin Dir; NLS Impr Ind
  • MCCLURE [MACLURE], John engraver and rolling press Glasgow
    49 Trongate 1820-25
    99 Trongate 1828
    and lithographic printer same address 1830-35
    David M'Clure same address 1836-48
    62 Argyle Street 1849-52
    David M'Clure and Son same address 1853-96
    Glas Dir; Pigot 1820; 1825; 1837; Schenck
  • MCLURE, Peter bookseller Glasgow
    9 College Street 1825
    Pigot 1825
  • M'COCHTRIE, William paper maker Dalbeattie
    Mount Pleasant Mill 1793
    Took Luke Trevor as an apprentice 20 June 1793.
    Thomson
  • MCCOID, James bookseller Stranraer
    Queen Street 1837
    Church Street 1852
    Pigot 1837; Slater 1852
  • M'COLL & AULD lithographers Glasgow
    13 Argyle Street 1846
    Schenck
  • M'COLL, Hugh journeyman printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1770
    Married Helen daughter to deceast Thomas Winter land surveyor in Kildees 11 February 1770.
    EdinMarr
  • M'COMBE, J. & F. booksellers, publishers, stationers and newsagents Glasgow
    3 Howard Street 1849
    Glas Dir
  • McCOMBIE, Thomas and ARBUTHNOT, Robert junior papermakers Culter
    Culter Paper Mill 1837-40
    Robert Arbuthnot 1840-56
    Bought the lease of Culter Paper Mill on the retirement of John Irvine in 1837. Thomas McCombie died in 1840, aged 26 and Robert Arbuthnot continued alone until 1856, when he sold the mill to Pirie & Sons of Stonehead.
    History of Culter Paper Mills. Culter, 1951.
  • MCCOMISH [MCCORNISH] & TAYLOR paper makers and oil manufacturers Crieff
    Crieff 1820
    Thomas McCornish, New Mill, Crieff 1825
    James Taylor, New Mills, Crieff 1832
    Mill 1.
    Pigot 1820; Thomson
  • M'CONDACHIE [MACCONOCHIE], Alexander printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1790
    Married Helen daughter of deceased William Alexander wright 8 April 1790. Married Rachel daughter of John Sloss [Sloan] writer 4 October 1799.
    EdinMarr
  • M'CONNECHY, James editor of Glasgow Courier Glasgow
    Glasgow 1820-21
    House St Mungo Street 1849
    He and the Rev. Mr Steel edited The Enquirer in 1821. William Motherwell was one of their contributors. M'Connechy contributed a Life of William Motherwell to the third edition of William Motherwell's Poetical Works. Glasgow, 1849.
    Glas Dir; The Ant 29 September 1827 p.3
  • M'CORKINDALE, Daniel printer Edinburgh
    8 M'Dowall Street 1826-32
    Mrs D. no trade same address 1833-39
    'Overseer Ballantyne and Co's' Gray's Dir 1832.
    Edin Dir
  • M'CORKENDALE, Thomas running stationer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh before 1745
    Peter Gilchrist running stationer Edinburgh married Jane Paterson, widow of Thomas M'Corkendale running stationer 17 February 1745.
    EdinMarr
  • MCCORMICK & CARNIE newspaper printers, booksellers and printers Ayr
    Main Street (Ayr Advertiser) 1825
    23 High Street 1837
    M'Cormick & Gemmell same address 1852
    Printers of The Ayr Advertiser
    Pigot 1825; 1837; Slater 1852
  • M'CORMICK & GEMMELL newspaper printers, booksellers and printers Ayr
    McCormick & Carnie Main Street (Ayr Advertiser) 1825
    23 High Street 1837
    M'Cormick & Gemmell same address 1852
    Printers of The Ayr Advertiser
    Pigot 1825; 1837; Slater 1852
  • MACCORMICK, Samuel publisher Edinburgh
    Near the New Inn Grassmarket 1756
    Published A harmony of the four Gospels. Edinburgh Evening Courant 6 March 1756.
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  • M'CORMICK [M'CORMACK], W. bookbinder Edinburgh
    49 Pleasance 1834
    Gray 1834
  • MCCORNISH [MCCOMISH ] & TAYLOR paper makers and oil manufacturers Crieff
    Crieff 1820
    Thomas McCornish, New Mill, Crieff 1825
    James Taylor, New Mills, Crieff 1832
    Mill 1.
    Pigot 1820; Thomson
  • MCCOSH [Thomas], PARK [Robert] & DEWARS printers and newspaper publishers Dundee
    Dundee Warder Dundee 1841
    Northern Warder Office Crooms Close & New Inn Entry High Street 1846
    Published The Dundee Warder in 1841. Robert Park was the printer in the partnership, and was probably the Robert Park printer who was made a burgess of Edinburgh 20 December 1839 as apprentice to Patrick Neill. In addition to the paper they printed a number of theological works, some for the Edinburgh trade, including Memoirs of Robert M'Cheyne and Weiss on the Psalms.
    Millar; Dundee 1846
  • MCCOSH, Thomas bookseller and circulating library Dundee
    6 Castle Street 1837
    Partner in the newspaper office and printing firm of M'Cosh, Park and Dewars 1841-46.
    Pigot 1837; Millar
  • M'COUGHTRIE, William apprentice bookseller Dumfries
    Dumfries 1771
    William M'Coughtrie apprenticed to Allan M'Lauchlan bookseller Dumfries 1771
    Maxted

     
    M'COULL, James bookbinder and merchant Glasgow
    Glasgow 1736-40
    In the Trongate 1741
    James M'Coull bookbinder, servant to John Wilson bookbinder Burgess and Guild Brother gratis 10 May 1717. James M'Coull merchant Burgess and Guild Brother as married to Janet daughter to deceased John Robertson litster 16 July 1724. Sold religious works by Erskine etc. and The Weekly History [a religious newspaper].
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  • M'COWN [ M'GOUN, M'GOWAN], Archibald bookseller, stationer and music seller Glasgow
    Head of Stockwell St 1783
    Andrew M'Goun same address 1787-89
    A. McGowan same address 1790-93
    A. M'Goun junior 3 Argyll Street opposite the Black Bull Inn 1797-1800
    paper maker 21 Stockwell 1809
    117 Stockwell 1815
    Archibald M'Goun Netherlee Paper Warehouse same address 1818
    157 Stockwell 1819
    118 Stockwell and Netherlee Paper Mill, Cathcart 1820-32
    A. M'Goun, 48 Stockwell Glas Dir 1828
    Mill 58. At Netherlee, Cathcart by Glasgow in lists 1825 and 1832 'warehouse Stockwell Place, Glasgow' 1832. Mill not in 1852 or subsequent lists.
    Glas Dir; NLS Impr Ind; Pigot 1825; Thomson
  • MCCRABBIE [MCROBIE], James and Robert paper makers Bridge of Allan
    James McRobie, Airthrey Mills 1 and 2, Bridge of Allan 1808-25
    Airdrie 2nd and 3rd Bridge of Allan 1808-32
    Robert MacRobbie Carron Grove Mill 1847-50
    John MacRobbie same address 1850-55
    James McRobie & Co, Bridge of Allan 1837
    Pigot 1825 gives James and Robert as at Bridge of Allan in 1825. About 1826 the MacRobies installed a machine at Airthrey No 3 and closed Keir Mill and Airthrey No.1. Mills 38 and 40. Airthrey No 3 was originally Mill 71 but in 1845 became 38. In 1852 Mill 38 belonged to Henderson & Co. Robert MacRobbie died in 1850. Slater 1862 gived Daniel M'Robbie as of this mill.
    Pigot 1825; 1837; Slater 1852; Thomson; Ewen Jardine. 'The history of paper mills in Central Scotland'. IPH Yearbook vol.7 1988 81-93
  • M'CRABIE, John printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1754
    Relict Ann Miln married George Gardner printer 8 September 1754.
    EdinMarr
  • M'CRAW [M'CRAE], Alexander running stationer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1796
    Married Elizabeth Maclean relict of Hugh M'Ewan labourer 9 February 1796 [under M'Crae].
    EdinMarr
  • M'CRAE, Andrew stationer Ayr
    Ayr 1669
    Burgess. Will of Marion Dalrymple spouse registered 18 March 1669.
    GlasTest
  • M'CREDY [M'REDY, M'READY] Andrew bookseller Stranraer
    Sometimes Stranrawer 1779-81
    Took in subscriptions for various books.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • MCCREDIE, William bookseller Stranraer
    Charlotte-street 1820
    bookbinder Castle Street 1825
    Fisher Street 1837
    Pigot 1820; 1825; 1837
  • M'CRIE, William paper maker Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1696
    Servitor to James Lithgow married Barbara Elder daughter of John Elder cordiner in North Leith 24 May 1696 married 12 June 1696.
    EdinMarr
  • M'CRONE, Edward stationer Glasgow
    94 Bell Street 1828
    funeral letter maker 6 Candleriggs 1835
    and paper-mill agent same address 1840
    Glas Dir
  • M'CULLOCH, Alexander bookseller St Andrews
    St Andrews 1736
    Mentioned in Copy decreet arbitral James Blair. John Nairn & Mr Robert Freebairn 20 January 1736.
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  • MACCULLOCH, D. bookseller and bookbinder Inverness
    23 High Street 1834
    25 High Street 1835
    William Simpson. Old Inverness Booksellers. Inverness, 1931
  • MCCULLOCH, Daniel bookbinder Inverness
    East Street 1825
    bookseller 26 High Street 1837
    Pigot 1825; 1837
  • M'CULLOCH, David bookseller Edinburgh
    15 High Street 1819-20
    18 College Street 1821
    13 College Street 1822
    and circulating library same address 1823-27
    bookseller and stationer same address 1828
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1825
  • M'CULLOCH, George bookseller and bookbinder Crieff
    St James Square 1852
    11 James Square 1901
    Published M'Culloch's sixpenny illustrated guide to Crieff, Comrie, St. Fillans, & upper Strathearn in 1901.
    Slater 1852
  • M'CULLOCH, Moses, & Co lithographic press makers Glasgow
    168 Gallowgate 1840-47
    Cumberland Foundry same address 1849
    This trade given in the trade index Glas Dir 1840-47. in the main sequence they are founders and smiths, grate and fender makers, to which is added machine-makers in 1844.
    Glas Dir
  • M'CULLOCH, Samuel bookseller and bookbinder Paisley
    14 Back Sneddon 1851
    Paisley 1851
  • M'CULLOCH, William T. librarian Edinburgh
    Librarian Edinburgh Subscription Library 24 George Street 1847-59
    Keeper of the National Museum of the Antiquaries of Scotland Royal Institution 1860-69
    Edin Dir
  • M'DIARMEND [M'DIARMED] John printer and spirit dealer Edinburgh
    Kincaid's Land, Cowgate 1774
    spirit dealer same address 1775-78
    Edin Dir
  • MCDIARMID, John & Co printer and newspaper printer Dumfries
    Dumfries 1817-24
    117 High Street (Dumfries & Galloway Courier) 1825
    same address Dumfries Courier 1837
    Irish Street 1837
    Dumfries 1838-47
    John M'Diarmid & Son same address 1852
    Son of the Rev. Hugh M'Diarmid, Minister of The Highland Church in Glasgow, born probably in 1790. Started business as clerk in an Edinburgh counting-house connected to a bleach-field at Roslin. He then joined the head office of The Commercial Bank. In January 1817, M'Diarmid left Edinburgh to edit The Dumfries and Galloway Courier. In 1817 he published an edition of Cowper. He married Anne M'Knight in 1819. In 1820 the first volume of The Scrap Book appeared. In 1823 he published Goldsmith's Vicar of Wakefield. In 1825 he started The Dumfries Magazine, and in 1830 printed and published Sketches from Nature. In 1832 appeared Picture of Dumfries. In 1843, he admitted his eldest son, William Ritchie M'Diarmid to partnership in the paper. He died 18 November 1847.
    Pigot 1825; 1837; Slater 1852; Memoir of John M'Diarmid, editor of The Dumfries and Galloway Courier. Dumfries 1852.
  • M'DONALD BROS booksellers Edinburgh
    43 North Bridge 1844
    booksellers and stationers same address 1845
    stationers same address 1846-47
    Thomas Macdonald same address 1848
    Edin Dir
  • M'DONALD & PRITTY engravers, lithographers and lithographic printers Glasgow
    36 Argyle Arcade 1842-44
    The partnership ended in 1844 and Francis Pritty continued the business.
    Schenck
  • M'DONALD, Mrs printer Edinburgh
    13 Carrubbers Close 1835
    Post Office Directory has John M'Donald printer at this address.
    Gray 1835
  • M'DONALD, A.G. lithographer Glasgow
    190 Trongate 1835
    [Andrew] MacLure & [A G] Macdonald 190 Trongate 1836-38
    57 Buchanan Street 1839-52
    20 Vincent Street 1853-84
    2 Bothwell Circus 1885-20th Century
    Former apprentice of James Miller. In trade index only Glas Dir1835. In 1840 they were joined in partnership by A. McGregor who managed branches in Manchester & Liverpool. They were appointed Lithographers and Engravers to the Queen in 1859. In London, Manchester and Liverpool the firm were styled Maclure, MacDonald, McGregor.
    Glas Dir; Schenck
  • MACDONALD, Alexander bookseller Aberdeen
    Aberdeen 1740-53
    To sell Instructed historical account of Episcopal Congregation in Dundee Caledonian Mercury 31 January 1745.
    Beavan; NLS Impr Ind
  • MACDONALD, Alexander bookseller Aberdeen
    6 Gallowgate 1831
    Beavan
  • M'DONALD, Alexander printer Brechin
    Lower Wynd 1846
    House High Street.
    Angus 1846
  • M'DONALD, Alexander bookseller & bookbinder Crieff
    High Street 1852
    Slater 1852
  • MACDONALD, Alexander newspaper printer and publisher Dundee
    Advertiser Office 9 New Inn Entry. House Crichton Street East side July 1828-29
    Dundee Perth & Cupar Advertiser New Inn Entry 1837-50
    Alexander Macdonald who had been associated with R.S. Rintoul, took over The Dundee Advertiser in July 1828 when he moved to Edinburgh to start The Edinburgh Times. He died in 1850.
    Millar; Dundee 1829; Pigot 1837
  • M'DONALD, Alexander newspaper printer Edinburgh
    Weekly Chronicle Office, Parliament Stairs 1816-19
    Edin Dir
  • M'DONALD, Alexander bookseller Glasgow
    335 High Street 1828
    Glas Dir
  • MACDONALD, Archibald circulating library Crieff
    High Street 1852
    Slater 1852
  • MACDONALD, Archibald bookseller Edinburgh
    Opposite the City Guard [Luckenbooths] 1799-1810
    409 Lawnmarket [409 High Street] 1811-34
    21 Catherine Street 1835-37
    The Lawnmarket is continuous with the High Street. Burgess 24 July 1804. The National Library of Scotland has a Catalogue of sundry articles of regimental wearing apparel and equipments to be sold by Archibald Macdonald bookseller 19 December 1814.
    Edin Dir; EdinBurg; Pigot 1820; 1825; 1837
  • MCDONALD, Archibald bookbinder Inverness
    7 High Street 1837
    8 Market Brae 1852
    Pigot 1837; Slater 1852
  • M'DONALD, Archibald book vendor Rothesay
    High Street 1834
    Mill Street 1836
    Fowler 1834; 1836
  • M'DONALD, D. bookseller Glasgow
    33 Kirk Street, Calton 1828
    Glas Dir
  • M'DONALD, D. bookseller Inverness
    Inverness 1798
    Took in subscriptions for Fox's Book of martyrs. Glasgow Courier 8 September 1798.
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  • MACDONALD, Daniel paper maker Dunipace
    James Liddell Herbertshire Paper Mill 1789
    Daniel Macdonald same address November 1790
    Edward and Richard Collins same address 1791-94
    Francis Strachan and Gilbert Laing same address 1795-96
    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, Excise 39, and leased it to a succession of tenants. 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 81-93
  • M'DONALD, Daniel printer Glasgow
    pressman at the University Press, Glasgow, 1825
    James M'Conechy. An Introductory Address delivered on the 19th of March 1825, on the formation of a Literary and Scientific Institution among the workmen of the University Printing Office, Glasgow with a reply by James A. Begg. Glasgow, 1825
  • M'DONALD, Daniel engraver, copperplate and lithographic printer Glasgow
    18 Hutcheson Street 1835-37
    16 Hutchesons Street Pigot 1837
    engraver, lithographer and letter-press printer 31 Argyll Street, Moodie's Court 1838-47
    108 Duke Street 1848
    Daniel M'Donald & Son 31 Argyll Street 1849-51
    David M'Donald 3 Antigua Place, Nelson Street 1852-55
    81 Trongate 1856-58
    Daniel M'Donald retired or died in 1852 and was succeeded by his son David.
    Glas Dir; Pigot 1837; Schenck
  • M'DONALD, Mrs Daniel bookseller and stationer Glasgow
    11 Saltmarket 1835
    Glas Dir
  • M'DONALD, Daniel bookbinder Leith
    118 Kirkgate 1813
    Edin Dir
  • MCDONALD, Donald bookseller, stationer and bookbinder Dunkeld
    High Street 1825
    Athol Street 1837
    Pigot 1825; 1837
  • M'DONALD, Donald engraver Edinburgh
    Murdoch's Close 1806
    Edin Dir
  • MACDONALD, Donald newspaper editor Inverness
    Inverness Journal before 1845-1847?
    Was editor of The Inverness Journal, proprietor Lachlan Mackintosh of Raigmore in succession to David Stalker. He was editor when Raigmore died, when the paper ceased publication, but revived it in 1846 and ran it for about two years, when he died.
    Cowan; John Noble. Bibliography of Inverness Newspapers and Periodicals. Stirling, 1903.
  • M'DONALD, Duncan running stationer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1778-94
    Married Margaret daughter of deceast Donald M'Intosh porter 23 January 1778. Married Janet daughter of deceased James Macfarlane farmer in Perthshire 17 December 1794.
    EdinMarr
  • MACDONALD, George bookseller Fraserburgh
    Broad Street 1852
    Slater 1852
  • MCDONALD, George bookseller Stirling
    99 Baker Street 1837
    Pigot 1837
  • MACDONALD, Gilbert bookseller Edinburgh
    Society for Relief of Destitute Sick, Warriston's Close 1797
    Sold a charity sermon.
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  • M'DONALD, Gilbert bookbinder Edinburgh
    [William] Marshall & [Gilbert] Macdonald 79 South Bridge Street 1843-45
    21 George Street 1846-47
    Gilbert Macdonald same address 1848-60
    3 East Assembly Lane Rose Street 1861-97
    34 Rose Street 1898-20th Century
    Edin Dir
  • M'DONALD, H. printer Edinburgh
    13 Carrubers Close 1837
    Same address as John M'Donald.
    Gray 1837
  • M'DONALD, Henry lithographer and engraver Glasgow
    4 Dunlop Street 1849-51
    Schenck thinks he was probably the H of H & J M'Donald Moodie's Court and Argyll Street 1854-55.
    Schenck
  • M'DONALD, Hugh engraver Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1796
    Married Margaret daughter of deceased Gilbert M'Gillivray 18 December 1796.
    EdinMarr
  • M'DONALD, James running stationer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1790
    Married Mary daughter of John Stewart farmer near Comrie Stirlingshire 5 June 1790.
    EdinMarr
  • M'DONALD, James printer Edinburgh
    Old Custom House Stairs, Parliament Close 1796
    Edin Dir
  • M'DONALD, James bookseller Edinburgh
    108 Grassmarket 1831-32
    Edin Dir
  • MCDONALD, James bookseller and stationer Falkirk
    High-street 1820-25
    Pigot 1820; 1825
  • M'DONALD, James music engraver and copperplate printer Glasgow
    8 High Street 1815-18
    62 Trongate 1819-20
    42 Trongate 1825
    85 Trongate 1828
    Pigot 1837 gives 85 Trongate.
    Glas Dir; Pigot 1820; 1825; 1837
  • MCDONALD, John bookseller Aberdeen
    South Silver Street 1837
    Pigot 1837
  • MCDONALD, John book agent and bookseller Aberdeen
    Aberdeen 1822-23
    Upper Dee Street 1824
    Rettie's Court, Broad Street 1824
    Union Street 1825
    3 South Silver Street 1827
    12 Crown Street 1838
    16 Crown Street 1840
    Aberdeen 1841-57
    Beavan; Pigot 1825
  • M'DONALD, John printer Edinburgh
    Potter Row 1806-21
    Married Janet daughter of James Ritchie printer 28 February 1794.
    EdinMarr; Edin Dir
  • MACDONALD, John bookseller Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1815
    Burgess 16 May 1815.
    EdinBurg
  • MCDONALD, John copperplate printer Edinburgh
    Dunbar's Close, High Street 1823-32
    413 High Street 1833-39
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1825
  • M'DONALD, John printer Edinburgh
    17 Adam Street 1829
    16 Adam Street 1830
    Edin Dir
  • M'DONALD, John printer Edinburgh
    13 Carrubbers Close 1833-60
    23 Carrubbers Close 1861-69
    Mrs M'Donald 13 Carrubbers Close Gray 1835
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1837
  • M'DONALD, John printer Edinburgh
    Bank of Scotland 1835-36
    Gray 1835; 1836
  • MCDONALD, Neil publisher Glasgow
    Main-st Gorbals 1820
    Pigot 1820
  • MCDONALD, Peter bookseller Elgin
    High Street 1837
    56 High Street 1852
    Pigot 1837; Slater 1852
  • M'DONALD, Robert running stationer Edinburgh
    before 1797
    Deceased. Daughter Margaret married James Dow mason 13 November 1797.
    EdinMarr

  • M'DONALD, Robert printer Edinburgh
    8 South Richmond Street 1814-16
    Edin Dir
  • MACDONALD, Thomas printer Crieff
    William Macdonald bookseller, stationer and printer James Square 1817
    Old Square Pigot 1825
    Thomas Macdonald bookseller High Street Pigot 1837
    Alexander Macdonald bookseller and bookbinder same address Slater 1852-1878
    Alexander Macdonald & Son same address Slater 1882
    40 High Street Slater 1889-92
    William McDonald's printing office was 'on that piece of ground at the foot of Ferntower where Springhill now stands. Printed The Laird of Ardanoaige and The Ghost of Fenhaglen in 1838. Alexander M'Donald was the son of William. The Pigot 1837 entry may be a ghost.
    Alexander Porteous. The History of Crieff. Edinburgh, 1912. Chapbook Printers; Pigot 1825; 1837
  • M'DONALD, Thomas engraver Edinburgh
    Bull Turnpike 1805
    Edin Dir
  • MACDONALD, Thomas stationer Edinburgh
    M'Donald Brothers 43 North Bridge 1844
    booksellers and stationers same address 1845
    stationers same address 1846-47
    Thomas Macdonald same address 1848
    Edin Dir
  • M'DONALD, Thomas papermaker Pennycuick
    Pennycuick 1835-36
    Gray 1835; 1836
  • MACDONALD, William printer Crieff
    William Macdonald bookseller, stationer and printer James Square 1817
    Crieff 1820
    Old Square Pigot 1825
    Thomas Macdonald bookseller High Street Pigot 1837
    Alexander Macdonald bookseller and bookbinder same address Slater 1852-1878
    Alexander Macdonald & Son same address Slater 1882
    40 High Street Slater 1889-92
    William McDonald's printing office was 'on that piece of ground at the foot of Ferntower where Springhill now stands. Printed The Laird of Ardanoaige and The Ghost of Fenhaglen in 1838. Alexander M'Donald was the son of William.
    Alexander Porteous. The History of Crieff. Edinburgh, 1912. Chapbook Printers; Pigot 1820; 1825; 1837
  • M'DONALD, William library Dalkeith
    High Street 1843-44
    bookseller same address 1845-56
    and Government Emigration Office same address 1857-59
    85 High Street 1860
    and Library Slater 1852
    Edin Dir; Slater 1852
  • MACDONALD, William bookbinder Edinburgh
    Canongate 1792
    married Helen daughter of James Vaughan glove cutter 24 January 1792.
    CanonMarr
  • M'DONALD, William printer Edinburgh
    5 Nicolson Street 1835-36
    Edin Dir
  • M'DONALD, William bookseller Galston
    Bridge Street 1852
    Slater 1852
  • MACDONALD, William James printer Edinburgh
    Carruber's Close 1839
    Burgess 3 September 1839; Guild Brother 17 December 1839.
    EdinBurg
  • M'DONELL, James printer Brechin
    Swan Street 1846
    Angus 1846
  • M'DOUAL [MACDOUGAL; M'DOWALL], William bookseller and patent-medicine seller Greenock
    Greenock 1758-69
    NLS Impr Ind
  • MCDOUGAL publisher Glasgow
    Calton 1820
    Agent to Newcastle Co. In section Periodical publishers Pigot 1820.
    Pigot 1820
  • M'DOUGALL, A. journeyman printer Edinburgh
    C. Stewart's printing-house 1808
    To the public. The Journeymen in Mr Stewart's Printing Office feel themself under the necessity of replying to the following paragraph, page 17, of Mr Roberton's last defence
  • M'DOUGALL, J.H. manager Christian News Office Glasgow
    142 Trongate 1849
    Glas Dir
  • MCDOUGALL, John teacher and bookseller Oban
    Oban 1820
    Pigot 1820
  • M'DOUGAL, Thomas. papermaker Pennycuick
    Esk Mills 1852
    Managing partner of James Brown & Co (printings)
    Slater 1852
  • MACDOUGAL [M'DOUAL;M'DOWALL], William bookseller and patent-medicine seller Greenock
    Greenock 1758-69
    NLS Impr Ind
  • M'DOVE, John newspaper agent Aberdeen
    13 Correction Wynd 1839
    London newspaper agent.
    Beavan
  • M'DOWALL, GREIG & WAHLER lithographic and letterpress printers Edinburgh
    59 South Bridge 1846-47
    Wrongly listed as 'Walker' in Edin Dir 1846. This is almost certainly the W. Wahler brought over from Germany in 1840 by Samuel Leith.
    Schenck
  • M'DOWALL and MARTIN printer Edinburgh
    Back Stairs 1786
    See Martin and MacDowall
    Edin Dir
  • M'DOWALL printer Edinburgh
    Martin & M'Dowall at the Apollo Press, Pleasance 1786-90
    Backstairs Parliament Square 1790
    NLS Impr Ind
  • M'DOWALL, D. bookseller Edinburgh
    28 George Street 1820-21
    Edin Dir
  • M'DOWALL, David engraver and lithographer Glasgow
    15 Nicholas Street 1849
    Schenck
  • M'DOWALL, John engraver Edinburgh
    Brown's Close, Luckenbooths 1806-07
    seal engraver Bull Turnpike 1808
    Anchor Close 1809-18
    137 High Street 1819-21
    3 Milne Square 1822-23
    18 North Bridge 1824-28
    63 North Bridge 1829-30
    engraver 2 South Bridge 1831-33
    23 South Bridge 1834-36
    14 Roxburgh Street 1837
    seal engraver 7 Hill Place 1838-47
    Burgess 4 February 1813.
    Edin Dir; EdinBurg; Pigot 1825; 1837
  • M'DOWALL, John bookseller Edinburgh
    18 Buccleuch Place 1817-20
    7 Windmill Street 1821-22
    Perhaps a partner in John Anderson & Co. In 1819 the firm is listed as Anderson and Macdowall, and had John and James Anderson as the other partners.Admitted to Sanctuary for debt at Holyroodhouse 28 January 1822.
    Edin Dir; Cadell
  • MACDOWALL, John bookseller Edinburgh
    17 Parliament-square 1820
    Pigot 1820
  • M'DOWALL, R. bookseller Port Glasgow
    Port Glasgow 1793-1800
    NLS Impr Ind
  • M'DOWALL, Thomas & William booksellers and fancy stationers Edinburgh
    Thomas McDowall 5 North Bridge 1834-35
    Thomas & William McDowall same address 1836
    11 North Bridge 1837-38
    11 North Bridge and 19 South Bridge 1839
    14 North Bridge and 19 South Bridge 1840-43
    14 North Bridge and 16 Drummond Street 1844
    14 North Bridge 1845-52
    William M'Dowall same address 1853-63
    12 Hill Square 1864-67
    Mrs William M'Dowall same address 1868-69
    Publishers of M'Dowall's New Guide in Edinburgh 1837, 1847, 12th edition 1853 and M'Dowall's New Guide to Roslin. 1848.
    Gray 1834; Edin Dir; Pigot 1837
  • M'DOWALL, Thomas bookseller and stationer Edinburgh
    5 North Bridge 1834-35
    Thomas & William McDowall same address 1836
    11 North Bridge 1837-38
    11 North Bridge and 19 South Bridge 1839
    14 North Bridge and 19 South Bridge 1840-43
    14 North Bridge and 16 Drummond Street 1844
    14 North Bridge 1845-52
    William M'Dowall same address 1853-63
    12 Hill Square 1864-67
    Mrs William M'Dowall same address 1868-69
    Gray 1834; Edin Dir
  • M'DOWALL [M'DOUAL; MACDOUGAL], William bookseller and patent-medicine seller Greenock
    Greenock 1758-69
    NLS Impr Ind
  • M'DOWALL, William bookseller Port Glasgow
    Port Glasgow 1792
    Witness in the trial of William Stewart and John Elder for sedition 1792.
    Indictment NLS L.C.1133(5)
  • M'DUFF, John bookseller Edinburgh
    Netherbow 1786-90
    'and stationer' Edin Dir 1788. Sale catalogues to be had of ... and Mr John M'Duff booksellers. Edinburgh Evening Courant 3 February 1787. Married Mary daughter of John Wilson bookseller 29 September 1787.
    Edin Dir; NLS Impr Ind; EdinMarr
  • M'EUEN, James bookseller, printer and auctioneer Edinburgh
    bookseller Within the head of Niddries Wynd 1714
    Shop & Auction House back of High Exchange 1714-15
    Parliament Close 1715
    Over against Cross Well North side of Street 1716-27
    Auction House in Writer's Court 1729
    Opposite to Parliament Close 1731
    printers John Mosman William Brown & James M'Euen 1718
    Mr James M'Euen & Co Little below Cross 1719
    North side of the Street opposite to the Cross Well 1721-5
    Pearson's Close 1727-33
    Printers of the Edinburgh Evening Courant 25 December 1718-; Shops in London Edinburgh and Glasgow 1722. Printing Office in Pearson's Close is Robert Fleming's. The National Library of Scotland has A Catalogue of valuable and curious books which will be sold By Mr James M'Euen bookseller 11 May 1725; Apprentices: Alexander Kincaid, bookseller, apprenticed 23 January 1705; John Wilson, son of John Wilson of Leith, apprenticed to James M'Euen bookseller of Edinburgh 1719; David Tullidelph, son of John Tullidelph deceased, apprenticed to James M'Euen mercer and bookseller of Edinburgh 1719; Andrew Miller, son of Robert Miller clerk of Paisley, apprenticed to James M'Euen bookseller of Edinburgh 1720; Thomas Henderson, son of Thomas Henderson mercer of Edinburgh, apprenticed to James M'Euen bookseller of Edinburgh 1729, Burgess 20 June 1733. Alexander Kincaid continued the business, and was in turn succeeded by his own apprentice William Creech.
    NLS Impr Ind; EdinPren; Maxted; William Creech. Fugitive pieces. Edinburgh, 1791.
  • M'EWAN, James music seller Glasgow
    James McEwen and Co King's Street 1764
    Glasgow 1765-66
    NLS Impr Ind
  • MACEWEN, John bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1767
    Married Isobel daughter to deceast John Stalker farmer in Monivard 5 July 1767.
    EdinMarr
  • M'EWAN, Samuel bookseller Edinburgh
    21 Abbeyhill 1812
    69 Abbeyhill 1814
    Edin Dir
  • MCEWING, Alexander bookseller, priinter and circulating library Campbeltown
    Back Street 1837-52
    Pigot 1837; Slater 1852
  • M'FADYEN, Alexander bookbinder Glasgow
    17 Stockwell 1828
    Glas Dir
  • M'FADYEN, John music seller Glasgow
    30 Wilson-street 1815-25
    63 Wilson Street 1828
    John M'Fadyen senior music warehouse same address 1835
    Joseph T. M'Fadyen same address 1840
    London Piano-forte Warehouse, 133 Buchanan Street 1844
    John M'Fadyen bookseller Burgess and Guild Brother as eldest son to deceased James M'Fadyen dyer 27 October 1796.
    GlasBurg; Glas Dir; Pigot 1820; 1825; 1837
  • MACFADYEN, John junior music seller Glasgow
    67 Buchanan Street 1829
    67½ Buchanan Street 1835-37
    6 St Vincent Street 1840
    52 Queen Street 1844
    Burgess and Guild Brother as younger son to John M'Fadyen senior merchant 28 February 1829.
    GlasBurg; Glas Dir; Pigot 1837
  • M'FADYEN, Joseph T. music seller Glasgow
    63 Wilson Street 1840
    London Piano-forte Warehouse, 133 Buchanan Street 1844
    Successor to John M'Fadyen senior
    Glas Dir
  • M'FARLANE, David lithographic printer Glasgow
    20 Candleriggs 1835
    16 Queen Street 1836
    124 Trongate 1837
    lithographer 18 Hutcheson Street 1838-40
    169 Trongate 1841-43
    and daguerrotyper 148 Trongate 1844
    17 Renfield Street 1845
    David Macfarlane and Co 20 Candleriggs 1846
    Glas Dir; Pigot 1837; Schenck
  • M'FARLANE, Duncan envelope maker and black borderer Glasgow
    55 Montrose Street 1844
    164 Trongate 1847
    Glas Dir
  • M'FARLANE, G. bookbinder Perth
    Perth 1793-1800
    Advertised for journeyman bookbinder Edinburgh Advertiser 8 April 1800.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • MACFARLANE, George bookseller Brechin
    High Street 1825
    Pigot 1825
  • M'FARLANE, George bookseller Edinburgh
    Canongate 1797
    Married Ann daughter of John Thomson schoolmaster in Muthil in Canongate Kirk 8 July 1797.
    CanonMarr
  • M'FARLANE, James apprentice bookbinder and glazier Perth
    Perth 1753
    James M'Farlane apprenticed to John Bisset bookbinder and glazier Perth 1753
    Maxted
  • MACFARLANE, John apprentice bookbinder Glasgow
    Glasgow 1772
    John Macfarlane apprenticed to Robert Colvill bookbinder Glasgow 23 June 1772
    Maxted
  • M'FARLAN, John & Co wholesale stationers Glasgow
    108 Argyll Street 1847
    Glas Dir
  • M'FARLAN, John paper warehouse Greenock
    clerk at R.B. Lusk & Co's 7 East Breast 1836
    Fowler 1836
  • M'FARLANE, Parlane publisher Paisley
    Paisley 1818
    Reflections on the wonders of the human frame printed for him by J. Neilson in Paisley 1818.
    Crawford
  • M'FARLANE, Thomas stationer & librarian Pollockshaws
    35 Pollock Street 1852
    Slater 1852
  • M'FARLANE [FAIRELAN], Walter apprentice stationer Glasgow
    Glasgow 1724
    Walter Fairelan, son of Robert M'Fairelan of Auchbin, apprenticed to William Duncan stationer Glasgow 1724
    Maxted
  • M'FARLANE, Walter bookseller Glasgow
    19 Canon Street 1849
    Glas Dir
  • MCFARLANE, William bookbinder and bookseller Paisley
    4 [index] New Street 1837
    Pigot 1837
  • MACFARQUHAR, Colin printer and bookseller Edinburgh
    At the printing-house of Donaldson & Reid 16 January 1765
    Warehouse in Castle-Hill. Printing House in Stair's Close Lawnmarket 1767-8
    Nicolson's Street 1771-3
    Alison's Square 1774
    Hunter's Park 1775-78
    MacFarquhar & Elliot Anchor Close 1780-87
    Colin MacFarquhar Foot of Anchor Close 1788-93
    M'Farquhar's Printing Office same address 1794-96
    Married Miss Jean daughter to Mr James Scrator accomptant in Glasgow 13 December 1767. James Dodsley sued him for printing an edition of Chesterfield's Letters in 1774. Burgess in right of father James M'Farquhar wigmaker 21 March 1782. His will was recorded in the Books of Council and Session - The Register of Deeds - in 1793. (SRO Register of Deeds: RD4/253 pp.668-686.)
    NLS Impr Ind; Edin Dir; EdinMarr; EdinBurg; McDougall. Smugglers
  • M'FEAT, A. stationer Glasgow
    105 Trongate 1815
    Walter M'Feat, same address 1817-22
    Glas Dir
  • MACFEAT, Walter bookseller, stationer and circulating library Glasgow
    Walter MacFeat & Co 84 Trongate 1798-9
    Succeeded James M'Nayr & Co 8 May 1798. Partner in 1798 was Margaret Bogle.
    NLS Impr Ind; Glas Dir; Pigot 1820; 1825
  • M'FEAT, Walter stationer and librarian Glasgow
    A. M'Feat, 105 Trongate 1815
    Walter M'Feat, same address 1817-22
    Walter M'Feat & Son same address 1825
    25 Glassford Street 1828
    Glas Dir
  • M'FEE, N. newspaper office Paisley
    68 Broomlands Street 1823
    Published The Comet which appeared from March to 14 June 1823. Numbers 7 and 8 were published by John Mitchell, 28 Wellmeadow Street.
    Crawford
  • M'GEACHY, James F.M. bookseller and stationer Glasgow
    14 Hutcheson Street 1849
    Glas Dir
  • M'GEE, David bookseller Lesmahago
    Lesmahago 1852
    Slater 1852
  • MACGHIE [M'GIE], John bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1657-76
    Son to late John Macghie, indweller in Balmagill, apprenticed with David [or rather Gavin] Williamson bookbinder 1 July 1657. Children buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 27 November 1673 and 4 July 1676.
    EdinPren; GreyBuri
  • M'GEORGE, Thomas P. printer Edinburgh
    4 Middle Arthur Place 1849
    Edin Dir
  • M'GIBBON, John bookseller, stationer & printer Paisley
    27 High Street 1851-52
    Paisley 1851; Slater 1852
  • M'GILL, Robert apprentice bookbinder and glazier Perth
    Perth 1763
    Robert M'Gill apprenticed to John Bisset bookbinder and glazier Perth 1763
    Maxted
  • MACGILL, William artist's colourman and printseller Edinburgh
    7 Hanover Street 1841-54
    Edin Dir
  • M'GILLIVRAY, John printer Elgin
    7 Lossie Wynd 1852
    Slater 1852
  • M'GLASHAN, POLSON & CO publishers and bookseller Edinburgh
    6 Roxburghe Place 1843
    N. M'Neil agent 1843
    Edin Dir
  • M'GLASHAN [M'GLASHON], Alexander steel and copperplate engraver Edinburgh
    23 Clyde Street 1840-41
    26 Clyde Street 1842
    and lithographic printer 26 Clyde Street 1843-56
    M'Glashan & Wilding same address 1857
    Alexander. M'Glashan same address 1858-70
    M'Glashan & Walker same address 1863
    27 St James Square 1871-74
    M'Glashan & Smith same address 1875-92
    Two chromolithographs have the firm's title as M'Glashan & Walker in 1863.
    Edin Dir; Schenck
  • M'GLASHAN, Edward bookseller and publisher Edinburgh
    of M'Lachlan, Stewart & Co 7 Salisbury Place 1846-47
    5 Buccleuch Street 1848
    Nine years junior partner of Maclachlan, Stewart & Co.
    Edin Dir; Testimonials in favour of Edward M'Glashan, bookseller, for the office of Principal Assistant Librarian in The University of Edinburgh 2 October 1847.
  • M'GOUN [M'GOWAN, M'COWN], Archibald bookseller, stationer and music seller Glasgow
    Head of Stockwell St 1783
    Andrew M'Goun same address 1787-89
    A. McGowan same address 1790-93
    A. M'Goun junior 3 Argyll Street opposite the Black Bull Inn 1797-1800
    paper maker 21 Stockwell 1809
    117 Stockwell 1815
    Archibald M'Goun Netherlee Paper Warehouse same address 1818
    157 Stockwell 1819
    118 Stockwell and Netherlee Paper Mill, Cathcart 1820-32
    A. M'Goun, 48 Stockwell Glas Dir 1828
    Mill 58. At Netherlee, Cathcart by Glasgow in lists 1825 and 1832 'warehouse Stockwell Place, Glasgow' 1832. Mill not in 1852 or subsequent lists.
    Glas Dir; NLS Impr Ind; Pigot 1825; Thomson


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