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  • MOODIE, Mr bookbinder Glasgow
    Glasgow 1765
    To take in proposals ... Edinburgh Evening Courant 15 July 1765.
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  • MOODY [MOODIE; MUDIE], George bookbinder and bookseller Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1776
    Head of the Horse Wynd 1778-80
    Old Assembly Close 1784
    Near the University 1788
    Head of the Horse Wynd 1786-90
    South Bridge Street 1790-92
    52 South Bridge East Side 1793-94
    G. Mudie & Son same address 1794-98
    William Mudie same address 1798-1801
    Married Jean daughter of deceased Patrick Boyd bookbinder 17 November 1776. Burgess 2 November 1786. To take in subscriptions for the Berwick Museum Edinburgh Evening Courant 20 September 1786. Member of the Edinburgh Bookseller's Society 31 March 1787. William Mudie was the son of George and Jean..
    EdinMarr; NLS Impr Ind; Edin Dir; EdinBurg; Sher. Edinburgh Booksellers
  • MOODIE, James servant to James Nimmo stationer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1754
    Married Agnes daughter to John Clark wright in Penycook 27 October 1754.
    EdinMarr
  • MOODIE, Matthew bookbinder Paisley
    Paisley 1786
    Subscribed to Martin Luther. A Commentary on Galations. Paisley, 1786.
    Crawford
  • MOODIE, Thomas bookbinder Glasgow
    Glasgow 1730-53
    Apprentices: James Twindale son of David Twindale, apprenticed to Thomas Moodie, bookbinder Glasgow 1730; William Mitchell, son of John Mitchell, apprenticed to Thomas Moodie, bookbinder Glasgow 1741; James Forrester apprenticed to Thomas Moodie, bookbinder Glasgow 1753
    Maxted
  • MOODIE, Thomas W. engraver and printer Edinburgh
    West Register Street 1828-29
    Edin Dir
  • MOODIE [MUDIE], Walter paper maker and paper makers' mouldmaker Pennicuik and Edinburgh
    papermaker Pennicuik 1758-61
    papermaker's mouldmaker Castlebarns 1774-78
    Advertisement in Edinburgh Evening Courant 21 October 1758. Married Helen daughter to deceased Peter Dickson sometime labourer in the parish of Aberlady 19 March 1761.
    NLS Impr Ind; Edin Dir CanonMarr
  • MOORE, Dugald bookseller, stationer and librarian Glasgow
    42 Glassford Street 1832
    96 Queen Street 1834-39
    bookseller and stationer same address 1840
    Born in Stockwell Street, Glasgow 12 August 1805, son of James Moore, a soldier. At an early age he was sent to work in a tobacco factory, later he was apprenticed to a comb-maker, but dismissed as clumsy and worked in the copperplate-printing department of James Lumsden & Son. In 1829, with help from his employer, he published The African and other poems. He published a second volume of verse in 1830, and in 1831 The Bridal Night; The First Poet; and other poems. Further volumes appeared in 1833, 1835 and 1839. 42 Glassford Street 1832; 96 Queen Street 1834-40. He died 2 January 1841.
    Glas Dir; Pigot 1837; DNB; William Sinclair. 'Bibliography of Dugald Moore, poet and bookseller, 1805-1841 ' Records of The Glasgow Bibliographical Society iii 109-114 (1915)
  • MEWER, James apprentice bookbinder Glasgow
    Glasgow 1767
    James Mewer apprenticed to Peter Tail bookbinder Glasgow 7 August 1767. Surely Muir or Moore or perhaps Moir or More
    Maxted
  • MOORE, Thomas teacher of church music Glasgow
    Old Dispensatory Close a little above the Cross 1755-56
    Sold his own The Psalm singer's pocket companion. Glasgow, 1756..
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  • MOOR, William apprentice bookbinder Dumfries
    Dumfries 1766
    apprenticed to Allan M'Lauchlan bookbinder Dumfries 1766
    Maxted
  • MOORE, William Henry music seller Glasgow
    12 & 14 Queen Street 1837
    67½ Buchanan Street 1840
    pianoforte and music seller same address 1844
    65 Buchanan Street 1847-49
    Pigot 1837; Glas Dir
  • MOORE, W[illiam] H[enry]? music teacher, book and music seller Greenock
    71 Cathcart-street 1820
    music seller (West Bridge) 25 Hamilton Street 1831-36
    and teacher Fowler 1834-36
    Pigot 1820; Fowler 1831; 1834; 1836
  • MORE, J. bookseller and stationer Glasgow
    74 High Street 1828
    Glas Dir
  • MORE, James bookseller Dundee
    Dundee 1754-88
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  • MORE, James bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1753
    Married Jean daughter of deceased John Pattullo ship carpenter in Montrose 16 September 1753.
    EdinMarr
  • MORE, James bookbinder Edinburgh
    Foot of Allan's Close 1792-1804
    Allan's Close 1807-23
    and stationer same address 1824-34
    Married Isobel Robertson daughter of Alexander Robertson printer 29 January 1784. 'Moir' 1792 and Denovan's 1804. Burgess in right of father James More bookbinder 10 September 1793. Guild Brother 11 May 1797. James More bookbinder and stationer Edinburgh admitted to Sanctuary for debt at Holyroodhouse 11 December 1826.
    EdinMarr; EdinBurg; Edin Dir; Pigot 1820; 1825; Cadell
  • MEWER, James apprentice bookbinder Glasgow
    Glasgow 1767
    James Mewer apprenticed to Peter Tail bookbinder Glasgow 7 August 1767. Surely Muir or Moore or perhaps Moir or More
    Maxted
  • MORE [MOIR], John bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1736-63
    Bell's Wynd 1764
    Edinburgh 1765
    Brown's Close, Luckenbooths 1773-77
    Mrs Moir bookbinder same address 1778
    John Moir same address 1780-84
    Mrs Moir same address 1786-88
    Burgess 10 March 1725. Married Margaret Pitillo daughter of the late John Pitillo shipbuilder in Montrose 3 October 1742. Sold William Hunter's The Black Bird: a choice collection of the most celebrated songs 1764. Caledonian Mercury 25 August 1764. Apprentices: Robert Muirhead 15 November 1749; John Caw 30 March 1786, Burgess 20 September 1786.
    EdinBurg; EdinMarr; NLS Impr Ind; Edin Dir
  • MORE, John printer Edinburgh
    Mill's Court Edinburgh 1795
    Appears in the rolls of the Royal Edinburgh Volunteers 1795.
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  • MORE, John & Thomas stationers and whip makers Glasgow
    108 Trongate 1835-44
    165 Trongate 1847
    Christian names from Pigot 1837.
    Glas Dir; Pigot 1837
  • MOREHEAD, William paper maker Dunipace
    James Liddell Herbertshire Paper Mill 1789
    Daniel Macdonald same address 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 National Library of Sccotland has Catalogue of the pictures of the late William Morehead of Herbertshire which will be sold by auction by Mr C.B. Tait January 1835. The mill continued in his name until it was bought in 1906 by Carrongrove, who closed it down in 1908.
    Ewen Jardine. 'The history of paper mills in Central Scotland'. IPH Yearbook vol.7 1988 81-93
  • MORREN [MOREN; MORRON], John chapbook printer and publisher Edinburgh
    Old Assembly Close 1790
    Edinburgh 1793
    Baillie's Close, Cowgate 1794
    East Campbell Close Cowgate 1796-1810
    145 Cowgate 1811-22
    Married Isobel Robertson daughter of Alexander Robertson printer 29 January 1784. Married Mary daughter of Walter Hogg manager of the British Linen Company's office 2 September 1794. A very copious publisher of chapbooks, of which the earliest dated ones appeared in 1800. The spelling Moreen in the Edinburgh directories may represent the pronunciation of his surname. It is always Morren in the imprints.
    EdinMarr; Edin Dir; Williamson 1794; Chapbook Printers; NLS Impr Ind; Pigot 1820
  • MORREN, John printer Edinburgh
    12 Greenside-street 1820
    Pigot 1820
  • MORRIS, George bookseller and bookbinder Kirriemuir
    High Street 1837
    stationer and auctioneer same address 1846
    bookseller same address 1852
    Pigot 1837; Angus 1846; Slater 1852
  • MORRIS, Michael music seller Aberdeen
    James Davie and Michael Morris Aberdeen 1814-15
    Michael Morris Union-street 1820
    Aberdeen 1821
    Aberdeen Journal 28 November 1821.
    Beavan; Pigot 1820
  • MORRIS [MORRIES, MORRISON], Robert stationer Edinburgh
    7 West Register Street 1825-49
    bookseller and stationer same address 1850
    stationer same address 1851-64
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1837
  • MORRIS, Robert bookseller Glasgow
    21 Crown Street 1847
    Glas Dir
  • MORRIS, Susannah [Susan] bookseller and bookbinder Brechin
    High Street 1820-25
    Pigot 1820; Pigot 1825
  • MORRIS, William bookseller Montrose
    High-street 1820
    Pigot 1820
  • MORISON & CO printers Perth
    2 Watergate 1837
    Pigot 1837
  • MORISON, Mrs & Sons booksellers Perth
    Perth 1736
    Mentioned in Copy decreet-arbitral James Blair John Nairn & Mr Robert Freebairn 20 January 1736.
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  • MORRISON & LINDSAY paper makers Methven
    Methven 1794
    Two mills mentioned in The Statistical Account. Probably connected with the publishing firm of Morrison of Perth.
    Thomson
  • MORISON & M'ALLUM, [John] booksellers Glasgow
    Morison & M'Allum [John] Gibson's Land Saltmercat 1772-4
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  • MORESOUNE, Alexander bookbinder Glasgow
    Glasgow 1664
    Burgess as serving apprentice with John Moresoune bookbinder 1 December 1664.
    GlasBurg
  • MORRISON, Alexander bookseller Wigtown
    Wigtown 1852
    Possibly printer
    Slater 1852
  • MORRISON, Archibald lithographer Glasgow
    18 Hutcheson Street 1846-54
    15 Hutcheson Street 1855-76
    In 1853-54 the same premises were occupied by Robert Marshall.
    Schenck
  • MORISON, David junior & Co. booksellers Perth
    High Street 1820
    and lithographers and account book manufacturers 2 Watergate 1825
    D. Morison junior & Co printing ink manufacturers Charteris Street 1837
    Second son of James Morison (1792-1855) and Grace Lindsay, born in Perth 8 July 1792. Educated for the law, he had to give it up when his father died in 1809. He took up lithography and was involved with the publications of The Kinfauns Press. David Morison was appointed Secretary of The Literary and Antiquarian Society of Perth in 1819, and soon afterwards proposed a building to forma home for the Society and the Perth Library. He was elected Librarian of The Perth Library. As well as bookselling he conduccted auction sales of books. He also established a manufactory for ink in Perth. David Morison left Perth in 1837, and though the firm continued under the style of D. Morison jun & Co until about 1874, the glory had gone out of it. David Morison died in 1855. David Morison published Sketches of scenes in Scotland. Perth, 1834, and The religious history of man. London, 1838.
    Pigot 1820; 1825; 1837; Johnst3; John Minto. 'A Notable publishing house: the Morisons of Perth' The Library. New Series i 254-263 (1900); R. H. Carnie. Publishing in Perth before 1807. Dundee, 1960.
  • MORRISON, Donald & Co booksellers Inverness
    1 Church Street 1821-37
    Donald Morrison bookseller & library same address 1852
    Succeeded Arthur Mackintosh.
    Pigot 1825; 1837; Slater 1852; William Simpson. Old Inverness Booksellers. Inverness, 1931
  • MORISON, Francis bookbinder, glazier and stationer Perth
    Perth 1670-1740
    Apprentice: Alexander Beck, son of John Beck deceased, apprenticed to Francis Morison glazier and stationer Perth 1715. Father of Robert Morison.
    Maxted; Bush 3; R.H. Carnie. Publishing in Perth before 1807. Perth. Abertay Historical Society Publication No 6 1960.
  • MORISON, James and LINDSAY, Henry papermakers Almondbank near Huntingtower, Perthshire
    Woodend about 1809
    Henry Lindsay established a paper mill with his brother in law James Morison of Robert Morison, publisher of Perth. James Morison died 1809.
    John Minto. 'A Notable publishing house: the Morisons of Perth' The Library. New Series i 254-263 (1900); George Waterston '
  • MORISON, James printer Aberdeen
    Aberdeen 1795
    Beavan
  • MORISON, James printer Aberdeen
    Aberdeen 1835-39
    With Chalmers & Co 1835; with Davidson 1836; at The Constitutional Office 1838.
    Beavan
  • MORRISON, James bookbinder Edinburgh
    71 Potter Row 1825
    Edin Dir
  • MORRISON, James lithographer and engraver Glasgow
    124 Trongate 1849-50
    24 Stockwell Street 1851-57
    Glas Dir; Schenck
  • MORRISON, James bookseller and circulating library Greenock
    Cathcart Street 1825
    Pigot 1825
  • MORRISON, James bookseller, stationer and circulating library Largs
    Largs 1825
    Main Street 1834
    6 Main Street 1836
    bookseller and circulating library 6 Main Street 1837
    bookseller & bookbinder Main Street 1852
    Pigot 1825; 1837; Fowler 1834; 1836; Slater 1852
  • MORISON, James printer St Andrews, Montrose, Perth
    Printer to the University of St Andrews,. Premises in United College 1796-9
    Montrose 1799
    Perth 1799-1800
    Son of Robert Morison. Did all the printing for Robert Morison & Son. Died at Perth 20 February 1809. Edinburgh Evening Courant 6 March 1809.
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    MORRISON, James bookseller & bookbinder Perth
    2 Watergate 1852
    Wrote Notes on Scripture texts. 1868.
    Slater 1852
  • MORISON, John press manufacturer Edinburgh
    John Ruthven & Co, Panmure Property, Calton Hill, South Side
    and 107 Canongate 1819
    John Morison 16 North Back of the Canongate 1824-26
    There is a four page advertising pamphlet in the National Library in which Morison announces that he has taken over the patent of 'his late partner Mr John Ruthven'. See also John Ruthven.
    Edin Dir
  • MORISON, John bookbinder and bookseller Glasgow
    Glasgow 1643-62
    Burgess as serving apprentice with John Wilson merchant and bookbinder 5 October 1643. One of the debtors in Lithgow's inventory 1662 (Bann.Misc. ii,280). William Guthrie's The Christian's great interest. Edinburgh, 1659 was printed for him and others. Apprentice: Alexander Moresoune bookbinder Burgess as serving apprentice with John Moresoune bookbinder 1 December 1664.
    Aldis 1904
  • MORRISON, John bookbinder and librarian Glasgow
    51 Oxford Street and reading room Baronial Buildings 1835-37
    bookbinder, stationer and librarian 21 New Bridge Street 1840
    and bookseller same address 1844
    and map publisher same address 1847-49
    21 Oxford Street in the Trade index 1840.
    Glas Dir; Pigot 1837
  • MORRISON, John bookbinder and paper ruler Greenock
    14 Hamilton-street 1820
    Hamilton Street 1825
    46 Hamilton Street 1831-36
    John Morrison & Sons bookbinders and stationers 6 William Street and 71 Rue-end Street 1845
    William Street 1852
    booksellers, stationers, bookbinders, paper-rulers and librarians 6 William Street, 21 Hamilton Street and 67 Rue-end Street 1853
    bookbinders, lithographers, paper rulers and librarians 21 Hamilton Street and 67 Rue-end Street 1859-75
    67 Rue-end Street 1876-20th Century
    Printed advertisement Greenock 1845; 1853
    Pigot 1820; 1825; Fowler 1831; 1834; 1836; Greenock 1845; 1853; 1861; 1868; 1873; 1875; Slater 1852; Schenck
  • MORISON, John apprentice bookbinder and glazier Perth
    Perth 1753
    John Morrison apprenticed to John Bisset bookbinder and glazier Perth 1753
    Maxted
  • MORRISON, John bookseller Perth
    Perth 1766
    Will registered [25 November 1766] 18 September 1771
    StAndrewsTest
  • MORRISON, Malcolm bookseller, Edinbugh
    16 East Richmond Street 1848-54
    Edin Dir
  • MORRISON, R. stationer and public library Paisley
    85 High Street 1834
    Fowler 1834
  • MORRISON, Robert bookseller Edinburgh
    97 Grassmarket 1821-22
    Edin Dir
  • MORRISON, Robert bookseller and stationer Edinburgh
    46 Lothian Street 1840
    stationer 7 West Register Street 1843
    Edin Dir
  • MORRISON, Robert bookseller stationer and librarian Glasgow
    186 Gallowgate 1837
    R. Morrison & Co 186 Gallowgate 1840-44
    Robert Morrison same address and 21 Crown Street 1847-49
    Christian name in street directory Glas Dir 1847.
    Pigot 1837; Glas Dir
  • MORRISON, Robert bookseller Glasgow
    6 Adelphi Street 1844-47
    In trade index only Glas Dir 1847. There is no number 6 Adelphi Street in the street directory Glas Dir 1847.
    Glas Dir
  • MORISON, Robert bookseller, postmaster and glazier Perth
    Post Office 1746-1778
    Corner of the Waterate and the High Street 1773
    Robert & James Morison 1779
    Robert Morison & Son 1780-1800
    Printing office 14 High Street 1809
    Son of Francis Morison glazier and bookbinder, Perth. He started a circulating library in 1752. In 1770 a Mr George Johnston established a printing press in Perth and printed The Perth Magazine of Knowledge and pleasure for the postmaster Robert Morison. When Johnston moved to Edinburgh in 1775, Robert Morison acquired Johnston's press and it continued to thrive. In 1779 he took his son James Morison (1762-1809) into partnership. In time another son Robert (1764-1853) took over the printing side, and the imprint becomes R. Morison jun. for R. Morison and Son. Amog the better known works of the firm is The Scottish Poets, an edition of Blind Harry's Wallace in 3 vols, three different editions of Thomson's Seasons, and a fine selection of contemporary literature, including translations of German and French works by James Morison.A bale of Dublin editions of London books addressed to Morison & Son, Perth, care of Mr Templeton, Irvine, was seized by the Excise on 2 January 1782. Robert Morison died 19 September 1791, but the firm continued under the same style until 1798. In 1796, the firm were appointed Printers to the University of St Andrews, and issued editions of Horace and Sallust. That year they took William Morison (1780-1806) eldest son of James Morison into the business. He undertook the Encyclopedia Perthensis, published in 23 volumes between 1796 and 1806. In 1809, the firm established The Perth Courier. James Morison, in conjunction with his brother-in-law Henry Lindsay, established a paper-mill at Woodend, Almonbank, near Perth. James Morison died in 1809.
    NLS Impr Ind; John Minto. 'A Notable publishing house: the Morisons of Perth' The Library. New Series i 254-263 (1900); R.H. Carnie. Publishing in Perth before 1807. Perth. Abertay Historical Society Publication No 6 1960. McDougall. Smugglers
  • MORISON, Robert printer Perth
    Robert Morison Junior Perth 1781-1800
    Son of Robert Morison d.1781. He carried on the business as Robert Morison & Son and died in 1809.
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  • MORISON, Robert printer Perth
    St John-street 1820
    Pigot 1820
  • MORISON, Robert & Co printer and newspaper printer Perth
    Perth Courier Office High Street 1820
    14 High Street 1825
    Robert Morison same address 1837-52
    Publisher of The Perth Courier
    Pigot 1820; 1825; 1837; Slater 1852
  • MORISON, Robert, senior bookbinder Perth & Dunkeld
    Perth and Dunkeld 1722-91
    Bush.3
  • MORRISON, Simon librarian Beauly
    Beauly 1852
    Slater 1852
  • MORRISON, Stephen N. bookseller & newspaper publisher Alloa
    Mar Street 1837
    Mill Street 1852
    Publisher of The Clackmannanshire Advertiser 1852
    Pigot 1837; Slater 1852
  • MORRISON, William bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1757
    Married Jean daughter of deceast Matthew Black merchant 29 May 1757.
    EdinMarr
  • MORISON, William bookbinder Edinburgh
    Warriston's Close 1774-75
    Edin Dir
  • MORRISON, William M. printer and publisher Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1819
    Bankrupt 1819. Sequestration in SRO 1819.
    SRO CS231/M/2/10
  • MORRISON, William stationer and librarian Glasgow
    271 Argyll Street 1835-37
    bookseller, stationer and librarian same address 1840-44
    Glas Dir; Pigot 1837
  • MORRISON, William bookseller and stationer Glasgow
    5 Maxwell Street 1849
    Glas Dir
  • MORISON, William bookseller Perth
    Perth 1799-1800
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  • MORRISON, William C. stationer and quill merchant Glasgow
    4 Dunlop Street 1847-49
    Glas Dir
  • MORTIMER [George], ANDERSON [Robert] & Co pianoforte makers and musicsellers Edinburgh
    Paterson, Mortimer & Co 18 North Bridge 1819
    51 North Bridge 1820-25
    Mortimer, Anderson and Co 43 Hanover Street 1826-29
    33 Hanover Street and Broughton Place 1830
    79 Princes Street and Broughton Place 1831-34
    71 George Street 1835-39
    101 George Street 1840-47
    East Broughton Place 1848-56
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1837
  • MORTIMER, John bookseller and stationer Aberdeen
    Milton's Head Broad Street 1804
    No 8 End of Broad Street 1804
    Aberdeen 1805-18
    Formerly with Angus & Son. Bought sequestered estate of William Mortimer Aberdeen Journal 16 May 1804. Sold lottery tickets. Exchange News Rooms 1815. Bankrupt 1818.
    Beavan
  • MORTIMER, W. bookseller Peterhead
    Peterhead 1814
    Sold copies of Peter Buchan's The Recreation of Leisure Hours. Edinburgh, 1814.
  • MORTIMER, William bookseller Aberdeen
    Aberdeen 1774-1787
    William Mortimer and John Dallachy bookbinders Aberdeen 1788-93
    William Mortimer bookseller Aberdeen 1793-1802
    Jopp's Close, Broad Street 1803
    Map of present seat of war in France to be had of following booksellers Glasgow Courier 2 April 1793. Shop and stock up for sale November 1803.
    Beavan; NLS Impr Ind
  • MORTIMER, William bookbinder Aberdeen
    58 Guestrow 1825-27
    Beavan
  • MORTIMER [MORTIMORE], William lapidary and seal engraver Edinburgh
    lapidary 11 West Adams Street 1830
    5 Rose Street 1831-38
    and seal engraver 2 George Street 1839-40
    10 George Street 1841-53
    bullion dealer, lapidary and jeweller 18 North Bridge 1854-61
    9 North Bridge 1862-73
    Printed advertisement Edin Dir 1841-42; 1855. Listed only as lapidary in main sequence in Edin Dir 1830-38, 1840.
    Edin Dir
  • MORTON, Alexander papermaker Colinton
    Colinton 1726
    Married Isobel Plenderleith daughter of William Plenderleith tailor in Cranston 23 January 1726. Daughter Katherine married Alexander Pennycook wright 3 January 1762.
    EdinMarr
  • MORTON, James & Co wholesale stationer Glasgow
    56 Glassford Street and 73 Wilson Street 1849
    Glas Dir
  • MORTOUN, John paper maker Colinton
    Colinton before 1723
    Ann daughter of the late John Mortoun married James Smith wright 27 October 1728.
    EdinMarr
  • MORTON, John journeyman printer Edinburgh
    Stewart, Ruthven & Co's printing office 1792
    Charged with James Anderson and Malcolm Craig of Mundell & Son's printing office with trying to subvert the soldiers in Edinburgh Castle 18 November 1792. They tried to persuade a Corporal and other soldiers to drink to 'George the third and last, and damnation to all crowned heads'.
    Indictment NLS L.C.1133(6)
  • MORTON, John engraver Glasgow
    76 Gallowgate 1828
    Glas Dir
  • MORTON, William circulating library Carluke
    Librarian Subscription Library The Cross 1837
    Pigot 1837
  • MORTON, William carver, gilder and printseller Glasgow
    15 Royal Exchange Square 1849
    Glas Dir
  • MOSMAN, George bookseller, printer and bookbinder Edinburgh
    His shop on the South side of Parliament Close 1685-1708
    Printing Office in Harts-Closs over against the Trone Church 1690-1708
    Burgess as apprentice to John Cairnes bookbinder 29 January 1679; stationer Guild Brother by right of father Hugh Mossman [cooper] 5 August 1696; Married Margaret Gib 17 July 1679. In 1683 Alexander Ogstoun and George Mosman were employed in binding books for the newly formed library of the Faculty of Advocates. In the accounts for the 14th of February appears the entry 'By money peyed to Alexr Oigstoun bookbinder for binding ane parcell of the ffaculties books as per accompt order and receipt 0200.16.0 By money peyed to George Mosman bookbinder for ditto George Mosman 0219.02.00' Faculty Records 40 folio A3. The National Library still has three volumes of Gesner's Historia Animalium 1551-5, given to the Advocates Library by the two grateful bookbinders. They are inscribed 'Hunc Librum cum duobus fratribus Alexr Oigstoun, et Georgius Mosman ffacultatis juridicae Bibliopeg: peritissimi Bibliothecae faculatis predict' dono dederunt'. Unfortunately the volumes have been rebound. In 1690 he acquired the printing house of the Society of Stationers in which he had been a partner, and in November of the same year he was made Printer to the Church of Scotland in spite of the opposition of Mrs Anderson. A child of his was buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 7 May 1691. In 1694 he became a committee member of the Scots White Writing Paper Company. Captain George Mosman stationer in Edinburgh was made a Burgess of the Canongate 22 September 1704 for most generous deeds done by him to the Burgh. Died 1707. Survived by his widow who printed Acts of the General Assembly until 1711. Anne daughter of the late George Mossman bookseller married William Hardie merchant 10 February 1723. Apprentices: Alexander Gordon 7 October 1684 [reindented 20 August 1690], Burgess 5 September 1694; William Somervell 11 August 1686 [deleted by order of the Dean of Guild]; James Barclay 10 December 1690; Ninian Home 19 August 1696; Alexander Osborne 25 September 1702.
    Aldis; Watson p.17; NLS Impr Ind; EdinBurg; EdinMarr; GreyBuri; CanonBurg; EdinPren

    MOSMAN, Hugh bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1712-22
    Burgess and Guild Brother by right of father Hugh Mosman, cooper 29 August 1712. Married Elizabeth Mein daughter of the late William Mein merchant, Burgess 20 March 1712. Married Janet Smibert, daughter of the late John Smibert litster, Burgess 5 April 1722. Apprentices: Ebenezer Mackie, son of John Mackie bookseller deceased, apprenticed to Hugh Mosman bookseller Edinburgh 14 August 1711; Henry Spittell, Burgess dispensing with his master's omission to book him by Act of Council of 10 June 24 June 1719; David Conqueror, son of Robert Conqueror mercer of Perth, 23 August 1721; Alexander Taylor, son of Robert Taylor deceased, apprenticed to Hugh Mosman bookbinder 28 August 1724; Robert Davidson 14 June 1727; Robert Taylor 27 May 1730.
    EdinBurg; EdinMarr; EdinPren; Maxted
  • MOSMAN, John printer Edinburgh
    William Brown & John Mosman Edinburgh 1716-7
    John Mosman, William Brown & James M'Euen Edinburgh 1718
    John Mosman & William Brown Edinburgh 1718
    William Brown & Co A little above the Cross 1719
    John Mosman & Co Edinburgh 1719-24
    William Brown & Co Parliament Close 1720-3
    William Brown & John Mosman assigns of James Watson deceast 1724
    John Mosman & William Brown assigns of James Watson deceased, His Majesty's printer 1726-9
    'John Mosman printer in Edinburgh & Christine Purdie had a son in fornicatione named John born ye 4 & baptised 17 of february 1704 by a refference from Edr'. Baptismal Register of South Leith Kirk. The child died 23 May 1704. Burgess by right of father Heugh Mosman, cooper 29 September 1712. Apprentices: David Hall, son of James Hall, apprenticed to Mosman & Brown printers Edinburgh 16 April 1729.
    NLS Impr Ind; EdinBurg; EdinPren; Maxted
  • MOSMAN, Margaret, Mrs printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1708-11
    Margaret Gibb. Widow of George Mosman. She printed Acts of the General Assembly until 1711.
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  • MOTHERWELL, James bookseller stationer circulating library & newsagent Paisley
    104 High Street (Cross) 1852
    Paisley 1851; Slater 1852
  • MOTION, R. bookseller Perth
    Perth 1749
    Took in subscriptions for works of Josephus Caledonian Mercury 5 October 1749. Misreading of Morison?
    NLS Impr Ind
  • MOUAT, John printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1796
    Married Margaret daughter of deceased James Reoch farmer in Caithness 7 September 1796.
    EdinMarr
  • MOULD [J.B.] & TOD [James] engravers and lithographic printers Edinburgh
    Mould & Tod 29 North Bridge 1842-49
    3 Waterloo Place 1850-59
    3 and 4 St James Square 1860-97
    3 St James Square 1898-1900
    Edin Dir
  • MOULD, J.B. engraver and copperplate printer Edinburgh
    6 Niddry Street New Dir 1824
    129 High Street 1825-32
    J.B. Mould & Co same address 1833-36
    31 North Bridge 1837-38
    and lithographer 29 North Bridge 1839-41
    [J.B.] Mould & [James] Tod and lithographic printers same address 1842-49
    3 Waterloo Place 1850-59
    3 and 4 St James Square 1860-97
    3 St James Square 1898-20th Century
    Died at Edinburgh 4 May 1854.
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1825; 1837; Schenck ; Johnst3
  • MOUNT, Robert bookseller Dundee
    11 High Street 1818
    Dundee 1818
  • MOURTREE, James joiner and engraver Crossmichael
    Crossmichael 1852
    Slater 1852
  • MOURTREE, John letter cutter Crossmichael
    Crossmichael 1852
    Slater 1852
  • MOW, John stationer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1672
    A child buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 22 February 1672.
    GreyBuri
  • MOWAT, David 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
  • MOWATT, Francis apprentice printer Aberdeen
    Aberdeen 1751
    Francis Mowatt apprenticed to James Chalmers printer Aberdeen 1751
    Maxted
  • MOWBRAY, David jeweller, seal engraver and lapidary Edinburgh
    2 Catharine Street 1843
    Edin Dir
  • MOWBREY, Henry bookseller Dunfermline
    Dunfermline 1736
    Mentioned in the Decreet-arbitral Blair & Nairn & Robert Freebairn 20 January 1736.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • MOUBRAY, Henry apprentice bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1721
    Son to Alexander Moubray, cordiner in South Queensferry, apprenticed to Samuel Graham bookbinder 13 January 1721.
    EdinPren
  • MOXON, James engraver Edinburgh
    Low Ord's Close at the Foot of the Cannongate 1689-91
    In 1687 the Edinburgh geographer John Adair went to Holland looking for a map engraver, and brought back with him James Moxon, son of the London engraver, typefounder and polymath, Joseph Moxon. George Walker's A true account of the Siege of Londonderry. Edinburgh, 1689 contains an engraved plan with the imprint 'Edinburgh printed and are to be sold by James Moxon at his house in Low Ord's Close at the Foot of the Cannongate'. James Moxon remained in Edinburgh until February 1691, when his father died at James's house in Warwick Lane. He went south and was granted administration of his father's estate in October. He remained in London to run the family business.
    Aldis 1904; Joseph Moxon. Mechanick Exercises edited by Herbert Davis & Harry Carter. 2nd edition. London, 1962 p.liv.; 'Papers relating to the geographical description, maps and charts of Scotland, by John Adair' The Bannantyne Miscellany 2 (1836) 65-78
  • MUDIE See also MOODIE
  • MUDIE [MOODIE; MOODY], George bookbinder and bookseller Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1776
    Head of the Horse Wynd 1778-80
    Old Assembly Close 1784
    Near the University 1788
    Head of the Horse Wynd 1786-90
    South Bridge Street 1790-92
    52 South Bridge East Side 1793-94
    G. Mudie & Son same address 1794-98
    William Mudie same address 1798-1801
    G. Mudie and Co North College Street 1801-02
    Married Jean daughter of deceased Patrick Boyd bookbinder 17 November 1776. Burgess 2 November 1786. To take in subscriptions for the Berwick Museum Edinburgh Evening Courant 20 September 1786. Member of the Edinburgh Bookseller's Society 31 March 1787. William Mudie was the son of George and Jean..
    EdinMarr; NLS Impr Ind; Edin Dir; EdinBurg ; Sher. Edinburgh Booksellers
  • MUDIE, George printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1832
    Admitted to Sanctuary for debt at Holyroodhouse 18 January 1832.
    Cadell
  • MUDIE, George bookseller Peterhead
    Maiden Lane 1825
    St Andrew Street 1837
    and circulating library St Andrew Street 1852
    Pigot 1825; 1837; Slater 1852
  • MUDIE, Walter paper maker Pennycook
    Pennicuik 1761
    Married Helen daughter to deceased Peter Dickson sometime labourer in the parish of Aberlady 19 March 1761.
    CanonMarr
  • MUDIE, William bookseller Edinburgh
    George Mudie and Son 52 South Bridge 1794-98
    William Mudie same address 1798-1801
    Son of George Mudie. Married Miss Alison daughter of deceased John Baxter merchant 4 September 1795.Member and secretary of the Edinburgh Bookseller's Society 4 April 1796. Shop for sale Edinburgh Advertiser 4-7 February 1800.
    EdinMarr; Edin Dir; NLS Impr Ind; Sher. Edinburgh Booksellers
  • MUDIE, William auctioneer Glasgow
    Nearly opposite to the West end of the Exchange 1793
    NLS Impr Ind
  • MUDIE, William printer St Andrews
    South-street 1820
    Pigot 1820
  • MUGGOCH, J.J. bookbinder and printer's joiner Glasgow
    47 King Street 1828
    J. & J. Muggoch same address 1835
    Glas Dir
  • MUILD, John bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1638
    Married Margaret Breadfoot 20 September 1638.
    EdinMarr
  • MUIR [Robert], GOWANS [Henry] & Co printers Glasgow
    42 Argyll Street 1835-37
    4 Dunlop Street 1840-48
    Robert Muir & Co same address 1849-62
    and lithographers 106 St Vincent Street 1863-64
    116 St Vincent Street 1856-65
    Publishers in trade index Glas Dir 1840. Lithographers Glas Dir 1847-48.
    Glas Dir; Pigot 1837; Schenck
  • MUIR and MALLOCH [Patrick] bookbinders Edinburgh
    51 New Buildings, North Bridge 1824
    Patrick Malloch same address 1825-26
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1825
  • MUIR, WOOD and Co music sellers and instrument makers Edinburgh
    Musical Instrument Makers to His Majesty 16 George Street, South side 1799-1801
    7 Leith Street, South Side 1802-10
    13 Leith Street 1811-18
    Edin Dir
  • MUIR, Alexander apprentice bookbinder Glasgow
    Glasgow 1771
    Alexander Muir apprenticed to Robert Calder bookbinder Glasgow 1771
    Maxted
  • MUIR, Andrew bookbinder Edinburgh
    5 Roxburghe Terrace 1841-42
    53 Lothian Street 1843-51
    Edin Dir
  • MUIR, Archibald & Co paper maker Cathcart and Glasgow
    22 Princes Street 1820
    Cart Mill and 22 Princes Street Glasgow 1825
    Mill No 19, in the 1832 Mill List it was in the possession of Robert Weir.
    Pigot 1820; 1825; Thomson
  • MUIR, David bookbinder Edinburgh
    159 High Street 1811
    59 High Street 1812
    71 High Street 1813-14
    Edin Dir
  • MUIR, David bookseller Edinburgh
    lodgings 1 Brunswick Street 1836-41
    bookseller same address 1842-45
    10 Baker's Place 1846-48
    Edin Dir
  • MUIR, David, & Co paper makers Airdrie
    Clarkston Mill 1832
    Mill No 68. Not in the Mill List 1852.
    Thomson
  • MUIR, Duncan bookbinder and bookseller Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1639-57
    A misreading of Duncan Mun.
    EdinPren
  • MUIR, George bookbinder Glasgow
    51 Brunswick Street 1840-47
    Burgess and Guild Brother as youngest son to John Muir merchant 5 February 1840.
    GlasBurg; Glas Dir
  • MUIR, Isabella circulating library Girvan
    Girvan 1852
    Slater 1852
  • MUIR, James music seller Edinburgh
    Muir Wood & Co 16 George Street South Side 1796-97
    George Street 1800
    7 Leith Street South side 1804
    Musical Instrument Makers to His Majesty same address 1810
    Edin Dir; NLS Impr Ind
  • MUIR, James bookbinder Edinburgh
    10 Arthur Street 1850-51
    Edin Dir
  • MEWER, James apprentice bookbinder Glasgow
    Glasgow 1767
    James Mewer apprenticed to Peter Tail bookbinder Glasgow 7 August 1767. Surely Muir or Moore or perhaps Moir or More
    Maxted
  • MUIR, James & George bookbinders Glasgow
    15 Hutcheson Street 1835-37
    Glas Dir; Pigot 1837
  • MUIR, John stationer Edinburgh
    8 Drummond Street 1837
    Pigot 1837

    MUIR, John engraver Edinburgh
    65 Nicolson Street 1841
    7 Charles Street 1842-43
    Edin Dir
  • MUIR, John printer Glasgow
    53 Princes Street 1821-24
    30 Princes Street 1825-39
    Mrs John Muir 49 Trongate Street 1840-44
    Published accounts of trials and chapbook lives of criminals.
    Chapbook Printers; Pigot 1837; Adam McNaughtan. 'A century of Saltmarket literature, 1790-1890' in Six centuries of the provincial book trade, edited by Peter Isaac. Winchester, 1990.
  • MUIR, John paper maker Netherlie
    Netherlie 1793
    Burgess and Guild Brother of Glasgow as married to Janet daughter to Joseph Edmond tanner 14 February 1793.
    GlasBurg
  • MUIR, John accountant and librarian Paisley
    22 Moss Street 1834-38
    house factor accountant and agent for Globe Assurance 23 Moss Street 1851-68
    Librarian to the Paisley Library Fowler 1834-38
    Fowler 1834; Paisley 1838; 1851
  • MUIR, Malcolm paper makers Glasgow
    Hutchesontown Mill 1832
    Mill No 70. Not in Mill List 1852.
    Thomson
  • MUIR, Thomas bookbinder Edinburgh
    134 High Street 1834-47
    Thomas Muir & Sons 104 High Street 1848
    21 George Street 1849
    'and Bible Repository'1838.
    Edin Dir ; Pigot 1837
  • MUIR, Thomas bookseller Strathaven
    Strathaven 1837
    Pigot 1837
  • MUIR, W. & Co paper warehouse Glasgow
    17 Prince's Street 1809
    Glas Dir
  • MUIR, William bookbinder Edinburgh
    Baillie Fyfe's Close 1826-29
    56 High Street 1830-35
    Riddle's Close [322 High Street] 1836-54
    Edin Dir; Gray 1835; 1836
  • MUIR, William bookseller Hamilton
    29 Castle Street 1852
    Slater 1852
  • MUIR, William bookseller Stirling
    Bow Street 1852
    Slater 1852
  • MUIRHEAD, A. bookseller Edinburgh
    29 Nicolson Street 1848-51
    trade index Edin Dir 1848-50 gives J. and A. Muirhead.
    Edin Dir
  • MUIRHEAD, Claud newspaper publisher Edinburgh
    of the Advertiser Office house [210 High Street] - 21 Heriot Row 1822
    Edinburgh Advertiser Office 210 High Street. Printing Office 91 Rose Street 1823-32
    of Edinburgh Advertiser 15 India Street 1833
    of Edinburgh Advertiser 7 Heriot Row 1834-58
    Claud Muirhead no trade same address 1859-75
    Burgess and Guild Brother in right of father James Muirhead printer 13 May 1815.
    EdinBurg; Edin Dir; Pigot 1825; 1837
  • MUIRHEAD, J. & A. booksellers Edinburgh
    44 Nicolson Street 1846-47
    A. Muirhead 29 Nicolson Street 1848-51
    Edin Dir
  • MUIRHEAD, J[ames] and C[laude] printers Edinburgh
    James Muirhead 91 Rose Street 1811-22
    J. Muirhead and Co same address 1823
    James and Claud Muirhead same address 1824-40
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1820; 1825; 1837
  • MUIRHEAD, James newspaper editor Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1715-18
    Coffee House first stair below the entry to Writers Court 1719
    Newspaper Editor, founder of The Scots Courant.
    NLS Impr Ind: EdinBurg
  • MUIRHEAD, James printer Edinburgh
    14 Mid Rose Street, South Side 1793-94
    17 Middle Rose Street, South Side 1799
    8 Middle Rose Street, North Side Denovan's 1804
    Muirhead's Printing Office West Rose Street 1805
    James Muirhead 7 West Rose Street 1806-10
    91 Rose Street 1811-22
    J. Muirhead and Co same address 1823
    James and Claud Muirhead same address 1824-40
    James Muirhead printer 21 Heriot Row 1840-42
    James Muirhead Burgess and Guild Brother as apprentice to James Donaldson printer 8 September 1807. Printers of The Edinburgh Advertiser 1823-40.
    Edin Dir
  • MUIRHEAD, John paper maker Stirling
    Burns & Muirhead Garvald Mill, Stirling 1825
    John Muirhead same address 1832
    Mill No 41 in 1825; 42 in 1832. Burns was Thomas Burns. Not in the mill list 1852.
    Thomson
  • MUIRHEAD, Robert apprentice bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1749
    Son to Robert Muirhead, Writer, apprenticed to John More bookbinder 15 November 1749.
    EdinPren
  • MUIRHEAD, Thomas printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1794
    Married Janet daughter of William Scotland merchant 4 February 1792.
    EdinMarr
  • MUN [MUNN; MUIR], Duncan bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1639-57
    Married Bessie Watsone 17 September 1639; married Janet Macaulay 4 February 1657; Burgess 4 August 1641. Apprentices: Andrew Threipland 1 September 1641; George Hamilton 23 December 1646; Archibald Hislop 31 October 1655. Muir is a misreading. The SRS version of the Burgess Register and three of the four entries in the SRS Marriage Register are Mun or Munn, The two references in the Mormon Index are also to Mun but all the references in the SRS Apprentice Register are under Muir.
    EdinMarr; EdinBurg; EdinPren
  • MUNDEL & WILSON printer and booksellers Edinburgh
    printers Back Stairs [New Stairs] 1780-89
    Mrs Mundel and Son same address 1790
    Old Post House, Cowgate 1793
    Heron's Court, Cowgate 1794-1803
    booksellers Mundel and Co Back Stairs 1796-97
    Mundel's Printing Office Heron Court Cowgate 1799-1803
    printer Royal Bank Close bookseller Parliament Stairs Denovan's 1804
    printers and booksellers Mundell & Son Parliament Square 1805
    Mrs Mundell, Doig and Stevenson same address 1806-07
    Parliament Stairs 1808-14
    Wilson was Robert Wilson junior. Mundell may have been Mrs Catherine widow of Robert. 'On the fifteenth of March, 1795, an alarming fire broke out in the printing-house of Messrs Mundell and Son, at the foot of the Royal Bank Close, which was happily discovered in sufficient time to prevent its spreading. The damage was not very considerable'. Stevenson was Duncan Stevenson.
    NLS Impr Ind ; Edin Dir; Chambers. Fires 42
  • MUNDELL, Mrs. printer Edinburgh
    Mrs Mundell, Doig & Stevenson Parliament Stairs 1806-14
    This could just be Catherine Mundell, widow of Robert Mundell (see above).
    NLS Impr Ind


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