Oliver, Thomas - Peat, Alexander

  • OLIVER, Thomas publisher, bookseller and printer Edinburgh
    North Richmond Street 1799-1800
    Thomas Oliver and Coy, Nether Bow 1801-07
    [Thomas] Oliver and [George] Boyd publishers same address 1808-09
    Tweeddale Court [printers and bookbinders Baron Grant's Close] 16 High Street 1810-20th Century
    Burgess as apprentice to James Robertson printer, Horse Wynd, 20 March 1817. Archives of Oliver & Boyd in NLS. Thomas Oliver (1776-1853), apprentice compositor to James Robertson, printer, Horsewynd, was a witness at the trial of Walter Berry and James Robertson for publishing a seditious libel in 1792; In 1801 he took George Boyd (died 1843) into partnership. Their catalogues from 1811 to 1841 show them selling juvenile books at a halfpenny, penny, twopence, threepence, fourpence and sixpence and upwards to half-a-crown. They also printed and sold abridged histories in fancy covers and songbooks. The juvenile series up to twopence, at least, were numbered, and some of the twopenny ones have lists of the series on the back cover. Unfortunately nothing under sixpence was listed under title in the firms wholesale catalogues until 1827. From that date the twopenny series is listed. The threepeny series was discontinued in 1818, the fourpenny in 1835, and all cease after 1841. The archives of Oliver and Boyd are on deposit in the National Library of Scotland. The overseer of the printing office in 1831 was John Lamb Gray's Dir 1831; Robert Walker of Oliver & Boyd Edin Dir 1835-38. Apprentices: Hugh Sinclair, printer, Burgess 28 August 1828; John Thomson, printer, of Elbe Street, Leith, apprenticed 12 October 1812, Burgess 15 September 1840.
    NLS Impr Ind; Chapbook Printers; EdinBurg; Edin Dir; W.M. Parker. 'The house of Oliver and Boyd'. Publishers Circular & Booksellers Record 15 August 1953; W.M. Parker. The house of Oliver & Boyd: a record from 1778 to 1948, unpublished manuscript in the National Library of Scotland; Alan Bell. The Oliver and Boyd papers - a preliminary report. Read to the Edinburgh Bibliographical Society on 21 January 1971, unpublished manuscript in the National Library of Scotland.
  • OMAN, G. bookseller Halkirk
    Halkirk 1810
    John Mowat 'Books and Printing in Caithness' Records of the Glasgow Bibliographical Society vi 84-94 (1920)
  • ORME, Alexander printer Edinburgh
    Canongate 1785
    Married Barbra daughter of James Mitchill vintnar in Kilmarnock in Canongate Kirk 27 June 1785.
  • ORMISTON [ORMSTON], Henry bookseller and stationer Edinburgh
    18 South College Street 1834-39
    7 South College Street 1840-42
    Not in main sequence Edin Dir 1840.
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1837
  • ORMISTON, James merchant Clarilaw
    'Clerilaw' 1723-28
    Isaac Ambrose's Looking unto Jesus. Edinburgh, 1723 and Samuel Rutherford's Cruel watchman. 1728 were printed for him.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • ORMISTON, William bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1726-30
    Near the Insurance Office 1764
    Married Isobel Borthwick daughter of the late John Borthwick tenant in Crichton 15 June 1726. Was made a Burgess 13 May 1730. In 1752 he joined with others in making a legal Petition, of which there is a copy in California. Married Sophia daughter of deceast William Haigie mariner in Drummochie 20 February 1757. There is a reference to a man staying 'at the house of William Ormiston, Book-binder, near the Insurance Office'. Caledonian Mercury 11 June 1764.
    EdinBurg; EdinMarr
  • ORPHOOT, John printer Edinburgh
    Blackfriars-wynd 1806-10
    23 Blackfriars Wynd 1811-33
    46 Nicholson Street 1834-47
    Burgess as apprentice to Messrs Murray & Cochrane printers 1 April 1808; Guild Brother? 28 October 1817.
    EdinBurg; Edin Dir
  • ORR & LONGWELL printers Greenock
    15 William Street 1852
    Slater 1852
  • ORR, Mrs bookseller Glasgow
    Saltmarket 1783
    Probably the widow of John Orr, and succeeded by Andrew Orr.
    Glas Dir
  • ORR, Andrew bookseller Cupar in Fife
    St Catherine's-street 1820
    St Catherines 1825
    Sequestration in SRO 1824.
    Pigot 1820; 1825; SRO CS231/O/1/6
  • ORR, Andrew bookseller and stationer Glasgow
    Saltmarket 1789
    155 Saltmarket 1809
    Burgess and Guild Brother as eldest son to deceased John Orr bookbinder 4 April 1808.
    Glas Dir
  • ORR, Anna bookseller Glasgow
    Glasgow 1767-82
    Saltmarket 1783-94
    Glasgow 1795-99
    Widow of John Orr. A number of Gaelic works were printed for her.
    Carnie II, NLS Impr Ind; Glas Dir
  • ORR, Francis wholesale stationer Glasgow
    pocket-book maker Saltmarket 1790
    Princes Street 1801
    15 Prince's Street 1804-21
    14 Prince's Street 1822-23
    wholesale stationers 23 Brunswick Street 1824
    63 Brunswick Street 1825-32
    Francis Orr & Sons same address 1835-49
    105-109 Union Street 1852-59
    105-111 Union Street 1860-78
    131-135 Renfield Street 1879-1900
    131 and 133 Renfield Street 1901-1911
    20 Springfield Court 1912-29
    16 Prince's Square 1930
    20 Springfield Court 1931-35
    Queen's Printers for Scotland in the fifties, sixties and seventies of the nineteenth century. Andrew, James and William Orr are listed separately as members of the firm 1835-47. Their name appears in the imprints of chapbooks between 1832 and 1847. It is the only name to appear on any of the series of stereotyped chapbooks most of which have the imprint 'Glasgow: printed for the booksellers'. Nos 43, 100 and 161-165 of the regular series bear the imprint Francis Orr & Sons. Andrew Orr merchant and pocket book maker of Francis Orr 63 Brunswick Street Burgess and Guild Brother as eldest son to Francis Orr merchant 3 January 1832.
    Chapbook Printers; Glas Dir; Adam McNaughtan. 'A century of Saltmarket literature, 1790-1890' in Six centuries of the provincial book trade, edited by Peter Isaac. Winchester, 1990. GlasBurg
  • ORR, Francis stationer Glasgow
    110 John Street 1825
    Pigot 1825
  • ORR, Francis, junior stationer Glasgow
    40 Wilson Street 1828
    24 Queen Street 1835
    Glas Dir
  • ORR, James bookseller and stationer Lochwinnoch
    High Street 1831
    Fowler 1831
  • ORR, John bookseller Glasgow
    A little below the Well Saltmarket 1750-1
    Saltmarket 1752-6
    Near head of Saltmercat 1757
    Salt Mercat 1759-60
    Gaelic bookseller. He died in 1766.
    Burgess and Guild Brother as married to Agnes daughter to Andrew Reid maltman 22 March 1753. Andrew Orr bookseller Burgess and Guild Brother as eldest son to deceased John Orr bookbinder 4 April 1808. Apprentice: Andrew Paterson apprenticed to John Orr bookbinder Glasgow 1754
    NLS Impr Ind; GlasBurg; Maxted
  • ORR, Mrs Thomas stationer, hardware and toy shop Lochwinnoch
    Cross 1831-34
    Fowler 1831, 1834
  • ORR, Thomas corrector to the press Glasgow
    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
  • ORROCK [Alexander] & ROMANES [Alexander] bookbinders Edinburgh
    94 South Bridge 1830-36
    35 South Bridge 1837-41
    and stationers same address 1842-57
    Alexander Orrock same address 1858-69
    Orrock & Son 4A North Bridge 1870-97
    15 Victoria Street 1898-20th Century
    Father and son both Alexander 1870.
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1837
  • ORROCK, Mrs paper and rag warehouse Edinburgh
    35 Leith Wynd 1822
    Edin Dir
  • ORROCK, Alexander bookbinder Edinburgh
    19 Salisbury Street 1836-37
    16 Salisbury Street 1839-41
    of Orrock and Romanes same address 1842-57
    Alexander Orrock same 35 South Bridge 1858-69
    Orrock & Son 4A North Bridge 1870-97
    15 Victoria Street 1898-20th Century
    Father and son both Alexander 1870.
    Edin Dir
  • ORROCK [ORRECK], George bookbinder Edinburgh
    35 West College Street 1815-17
    38 West College Street 1818
    20 Clerk Street 1819-21
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1820
  • OSBORNE, Alexander apprentice bookseller Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1702
    Son to Mr James Osborne, Professor of Divinitie at Aberdein, apprenticed to George Mossman bookseller 25 September 1702.
  • OSWALD, Andrew printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1699-1700
    A child buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 5 April 1699. His wife Isabel Murray 11 May 1700. Andrew Oswald buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 26 May 1700.
  • OSWALD, James music publisher Dunfermline, Edinburgh and London
    Dunfermline 1734-36
    Edinburgh 1736-41
    London published by John Simpson opposite the East Door of the Royal Exchange, London 1741-47
    music publisher St Martin's Church-Yard in the Strand 1747-61
    A dancing-master at Dunfermline, while there he published in 1734 a Collection of minuets for the violin and bass viol. He went to Edinburgh in 1736 and was a highly successsful, singer, composer and concert promoter. While in Edinburgh he published, in 1840, a Curious Collection of Scots Songs, and composed some under his own name and some under the name of David Rizzio. In 1741 he moved to London. Alan Ramsay published a farewell Epistle to James Oswald in the Scots Magazine of October 1741. At first he seems to have worked as a composer for the London music publisher, John Simpson, but at Simpson's death he commenced music publisher himself. A society of Scotsmen called the Temple of Apollo met at his house. He is said to have been involved in the musical education of George III, which may account for his appointment as Chamber Composer to the King in the coronation honours list in 1761. His collections of Scots songs a Curious Collection of Scots Songs and the Caledonian Pocket Companion London, 1745-59 were particularly influential, Burns drawinglargely, particularly from the latter for the tunes for his songs. He was a very successful composer of orchestral and operatic pieces, but most are anonymous or pseudonymous. In London he wrote under the pseudonyms Dottel Figlio and Giuseppe St Martin. He died late in 1768 or early 1769, his death being recorded in the Gentleman's Magazine for 2 January 1769.
    Grove; Frank Kidson. British Music Publishers. London, 1900. 84-87; Henry George Farmer. A history of music in Scotland. London, 1947. 332-334.
  • OSWALD, John bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1760
    Married Janet daughter to James Williamson glover in Elgin 3 February 1760.
    OSWALD, William printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1747-57
    Son to John Oswald, coffeehouse-keeper, apprenticed to Walter and Thomas Rudimans printers 28 January 1747. Married Rabina daughter to William Christie stabler 16 October 1757.
    EdinPren; EdinMarr
  • OUTRAM, George & Co. printers Glasgow
    Herald & Mail Office, 114 Trongate 1837-41
    Sproul's Court 182 Trongate 1841-58
    St Vincent Place 1859-20th Century
    In 1851, George Outram published anonymously his Legal Lyrics and Metrical Illustrations of the Scotch Forms of Process. It proved very popular. The National Library of Scotland has editions of 1874, 1888, and 1916.
    Glas Dir; DNB; The Outram Newspapers. [Glasgow, 1934?]
    Overton Paper Works 1831-34
    Shaws Waterfalls No 18 1836
    Everton [sic],same address 1845
    Everton is evidently Overton. See New Statistical Account 1845 vii 432-439; The owners were James Walkinshaw & Co [q.v.]. John Nicoll was manager there 1831-36. James Rutherford was clerk to the firm in 1834 and 1836. In 1845, John Watson was the foreman papermaker and Samuel Berrie, Christopher Bowman, William Bryce, and Archibald and John Horsburgh worked there. In 1853 James Gray & Co owned Overton Paper Mills; in 1861-75 it was Brown, Stewart & Co.
    Fowler 1831; 1834; 1836; Greenock 1845
  • OWEN, Elizabeth periodical dealer Greenock
    Cathcart Street 1852
    Slater 1852
  • OWEN, James bookseller, stationer and librarian Glasgow
    127 Ingram Street 1840
    Glas Dir
  • PADON, Alexander bookseller Edinburgh
    3 Dundas Street 1845-51
    51 Hanover Street 1852
    A. & D. Padon 13 St Andrew Square 1853-95
    13 St Andrew Square and 22-26 Rose Street 1896-20th Century
    The National Library of Scotland has a business card of the firm with the calendar for 1878. General stationers Edin Dir 1881-90.
    Edin Dir
  • PAIRMAN [PERMAN; MAIRMAN?], Robert. grocer and bookseller Biggar
    Biggar [1823?]-1837
    'R. Mairman Good' Oliver & Boyds Travellers Logbook NLS Acc.5000/78. Biggar is not in Pigot 1820 or Pigot 1821, Mairman is not in 1825 but Robert Perman is as 'Grocer &c' and in 1837 is spelt Pairman.
    Bell; Pigot 1825; 1837
  • PAIRMAN, William printer Edinburgh
    4 Brown Place 1836-37
    Gray 1836; 1837
  • PAISLEY ADVERTISER newspaper office Paisley
    Paisley Advertiser Office St Mirren's Court 1831
    15 St Mirren's Street 1834-38
    From 9 October 1824 to27 July 1844, when it continued as The Renfreshire Advertiser. Editors John Goldie 1824-26; William Kennedy 1826-May 1828; William Motherwell 1827-October 1828; James Motherwell 1828; Robert Hay 1828-44; Andrew Bell 1844; William Wallace Fyfe 1844-45; William Wilson 1846-50. Neilson & Hay printers 1831-34
    Fowler 1831, 1834; Paisley 1838; Newsplan Scotland
  • PAISLEY AND RENFREWSHIRE REFORMER newspaper office Paisley
    5 Christie Terrace 1831
    19 High Street 1834-51
    Fowler 1831, 1834; Paisley 1838; 1851
    5 Moss Street 1834
    James Adam editor 1834
    Fowler 1834
    51 Moss Street 1831
    22 Moss Street 1834-38
    109 High Street 1851-68
    Opened at Whitsun 1802. Matthew Stuart librarian 1831. John Muir librarian 1834-38. United with the Paisley Atheneum in May 1848. James Crawford librarian 1851.
    Fowler 1831; 1834; Paisley 1838; 1851; 1868
    75 Argyll Street 1844
    Glas Dir
  • PAISLEY, William printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1794
    Married Elizabeth daughter of deceast Gilbert Kyll silk weaver 29 April 1794.
  • PALMER, Alexander printseller Edinburgh
    Chapel Street, South end of Potterrow 1761
    South end of Potterrow 1763
    Wright and Picture Framer, he advertises prints for sale.
    Caledonian Mercury 27 June 1761; 25 April 1763
  • PALMER, James apprentice bookseller Dumfries
    Dumfries 1741
    James Palmer, son of Matthew Palmer, apprenticed to William Mein bookseller Dumfries 1741.
  • PALMER, James apprentice bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1743
    Son to Mathew Palmer, merchant in Dumfries, apprenticed to Archibald Richardson bookbinder 2 February 1743.
  • PALMER, James printer Kelso
    Kelso 1782-3
    The Union Press 1784
    Union Press, shop in Bridge Street 1785-87
    Union Press Kelso 1788-92
    Kelso 1793-98
    "April 9. James Palmer, printer in Kelso - creditors to meet..." Glasgow Courier 17 April 1798. "James Palmer, merchant and printer in Kelso to be publicly examined in the court-house of Jedburgh, on the 26th November current..." Glasgow Courier 20 November 1798. Sequestration in SRO Index 1799 marked 'Missing'.
    NLS Impr Ind; SRO
  • PANGITER [PARGITER], G. bookseller and public reading room Leith
    32 Kirkgate 1838
    tea dealer and newsagent 19 Tolbooth Wynd 1839
    Edin Dir
  • PANTON, Charles bookseller and stationer Aberdeen
    78 Broad Street 1841
    33 St Nicholas Street 1853
    Aberdeen 1854-57
    Succeeded Peter Gray.
  • PANTON, George bookseller Edinburgh
    27 Parliament Close 1797-99
    Edin Dir; NLS Impr Ind
  • PANTON, George printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1816
    Burgess and Guild Brother as apprentice to John Robertson printer 29 November 1816.
  • PARGELLIS, Andrew stationer Glasgow
    105 Glassford Street 1835
    wholesale stationer 81 & 83 Glassford Street 1837-40
    Andrew Pargellis of Boyd & Pargellis merchant, son of Andrew Pargellis stationer, Burgess and Guild Brother by purchase 1 December 1831.
    GlasBurg; Glas Dir; Pigot 1837
  • PARGITER [PANGITER], G. bookseller and public reading room Leith
    32 Kirkgate 1838
    tea dealer and newsagent 19 Tolbooth Wynd 1839
    Edin Dir
  • PARGITER, William engraver & stamp cutter Dundee
    59 Albert Street 1852
    Slater 1852
  • PARK, Andrew bookseller, stationer and account-book manufacturer, and sole agent for Mainzer's musical works Glasgow
    157 Ingram Street 1841-44
    bookseller and commission agent 30 St Enoch Square 1847
    Born at Renfrew 7 March 1807. Educated at the Parish School and Glasgow University. At 14 he entered a commission warehouse in Paisley, and published his first poem The Vision of Mankind. At 20 he went to Glasgow as a hat salesman, and became a bookseller in 1841, but was unsuccessful. He visited Egypt in 1856 and wrote an account of his visit Egypt and the East. He published 12 volumes of poems, of which Silent Love was the most popular, and died at Glasgow 27 December 1863.
    Glas Dir; William Sinclair. 'Bibliography of Dugald Moore, poet and bookseller, 1805-1841' Records of The Glasgow Bibliographical Society iii 111 note (1915)
  • PARK, John bookseller and stationer Edinburgh
    Cross 1807
    Burgess 19 August 1807.
    Edin Dir; EdinBurg
  • PARK, Matthew printer Edinburgh
    Carrubbers Close 1831-32
    Edin Dir
  • PARK [PARKE], Robert printer & newspaper office Dundee
    [Thomas] M'Cosh, [Robert] Park and Dewars Dundee Warder Dundee 1841
    Northern Warder Office Croom's Close and 9 New Inn Entry High Street. 1846
    62 High Street 1852
    Probably the Robert Park printer who was made a burgess of Edinburgh 20 December 1839 as apprentice to Patrick Neill. Printer and publisher of The Dundee Warder 1841; The Northern Warder 1846-52
    Millar; Dundee 1846; Slater 1852
  • PARK, Robert printer Edinburgh
    Grassmarket 1839
    Burgess as apprentice to Patrick Neill printer 20 December 1839.
  • PARKHILL, John newspaper office Paisley
    reporter Reformers Gazette 9 St Mirren Street 1851
    agent for the Glasgow Reformers' Gazette 8 St Mirren Street 1852
    Author of The history of Paisley. Paisley: Robert Stuart, 1857; Ten years' experience of a betheral's life. Paisley: printed at the Paisley Herald Office, 1859; The life and opinions of Arthur Sneddon, an autobiography. Paisley: printed by James Cook, 1860
    Paisley 1851; Slater 1852
  • PARLANE & SMITH printers and stationers Paisley
    16 Gilmour Street 1851-52
    J. & R. Parlane printers, bookbinders, paper rulers and booksellers 97 High Street 1868
    Printed advertisement 'bookbinding, paper-ruling, lithography and engraving...' in Paisley 1851. James and R.B. Parlane are of J. & R. Parlane and John Parlane is foreman of J. & R. Parlane Paisley 1868
    Paisley 1851; 1868; Slater 1852
    Printing house in Parliament Close 1743
    NLS Impr Ind
  • PARMAIN, William printer Edinburgh
    17 Lauriston Street 1833
    Gray 1833
  • PARSON, William bookseller Edinburgh
    Edinburgh Religious Tract Depository 6 East Register Street 1825
    Forename from Edinburgh Index Pigot 1825.
    Pigot 1825
  • PATERSON [Robert], MORTIMER [George] & Co musical instrument makers Edinburgh
    18 North Bridge 1819
    51 North Bridge 1820-25
    370 Castlehill and 43 Hanover Street 1826
    Paterson, Roy & Co 27 George Street 1827-39
    Paterson & Roy same address 1840
    pianoforte and music salon same address 1841-50
    Paterson & Sons same address 1851-20th Century
    Edin Dir
  • PATERSON [Robert], ROY [Peter Wilson?] & Co musical instrument makers and music sellers Edinburgh
    27 George Street 1827-39
    pianoforte and music salon same address 1840-50
    Paterson & Sons same address 1851-20th Century
    P.W. Roy Edin Dir 1828-46; John Paterson junior of Paterson & Roy Edin Dir 1844-48; R. Paterson of Paterson & Roy Edin Dir 1845-48.
    Edin Dir
  • PATERSON & WEST engravers Edinburgh
    70 High Street 1827-28
    Edin Dir
  • PATERSON, Mrs [John] seal engraver Edinburgh
    John Paterson Fountainwell 1806-10
    59 High Street 1811-13
    Mrs Paterson same address 1814-24
    In New Dir 1824. but not in Edin Dir for that year.
    Edin Dir
  • PATERSON, Allan printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1701
    Married Elizabeth Brymner, widow of William Tod brewer 2 September 1701.
  • PATERSON, Andrew apprentice bookbinder Glasgow
    Glasgow 1754
    Andrew Paterson apprenticed to John Orr bookbinder Glasgow 1754
  • PATERSON, Archibald engraver and copperplate printer Glasgow
    silversmith 2 King Street 1818
    engraver same address 1819-20
    3 King Street 1820-25
    5 King Street 1825-56
    and letterpress printer same address 1844
    printer same address 1847-49
    From 3 King Street he published a number of small children's books with high quality engravings. Initial only 1828; copperplate engraver in trade index Glas Dir 1847.
    Glas Dir; Chapbook Printers; Pigot 1820; 1825; 1837
  • PATERSON [PATTERSON; MAC-PHATRAIC], David printer Glasgow and Edinburgh
    John Bryce and David Paterson Glasgow 1752-54
    Saltmarket, Glasgow 1755-59
    New Street Glasgow 1756
    David Paterson Lawn-market Edinburgh 1760-62
    opposite Libberton's Wynd Lawnmarket 1763
    Lawnmarket North side 1764-82
    Castle Hill 1783-89
    Burgess of Edinburgh 10 January 1782; Guild Brother 14 September 1786.
    Bushnell 1; NLS Impr Ind; Edin Dir; EdinBurg
  • PATERSON, G. lithographic printer Edinburgh
    10 Simon Square 1833
    Gray 1833
  • PATERSONE, George engraver Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1718
    Subscribed for Nisbet's Essay on armories. Edinburgh, 1718.
  • PATERSON, George engraver Edinburgh
    9 James Place 1830-31
    Edin Dir
  • PATTERSON, George apprentice stationer Kelso
    Kelso 1761
    George Patterson apprenticed to Robert Felfere stationer Kelso 1761
  • PATERSON, George circulating library Sanquhar
    Librarian Subscription Library 1837
    Pigot 1837
  • PATTERSON, Henry bookseller Auchtermuchty
    Auchtermuchty 1837-52
    Pigot 1837; Slater 1852
  • PATERSON, J. & W. printers Edinburgh
    489 Lawnmarket 1848-49
    Fullerton Grieve printer was at that address in 1847. Fullerton was his first name.
    Edin Dir
  • PATERSON, James newspaper office Kilmarnock, Ayr, Glasgow, Kilmarnock, Dublin, Edinburgh and Ayr
    Kilmarnock Mirror office 1818-20
    Courier Office Ayr
    Scots Times Office, Glasgow -1826
    stationer and printer Kilmarnock 1826-35
    correspondent of the Glasgow Liberator Dublin 1835
    editor of Kay's Edinburgh Portraits Edinburgh 1837-39
    editor of the Ayr Observer Ayr 1839-47
    The son of James Paterson, farmer at Struthers, where he was born 18 May 1805. While in Kilmarnock he published The Kilmarnock Chronicle 4 May 1832- May 1833. He died in Edinburgh 6 May 1876.
  • PATERSON, James & Co printer Edinburgh
    7 Old Assembly Close [170 High Street] 1850-51
    Edin Dir
  • PATERSON, Mrs Jane card manufacturer Leith
    32 Bernard Street 1844-53
    Edin Dir
  • PATERSON, John paper maker Edinburgh
    Canonmills 1652-81
    On 6 July 1659 the Minutes of Edinburgh Town Council appointed the Dean of Gild and other officials to visit the mill and report. Leased by Peter Bruce 1 October 1681.
    Waterston 1; Thomson
  • PATERSON, John printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1789
    Lawnmarket 1790
    Riddle's Close Lawnmarket 1793-96
    One imprint in 1795 gives John Paterson and Company.
    Edin Dir; NLS Impr Ind
  • PATERSON, John engraver Edinburgh
    Fountainwell 1806-10
    59 High Street 1811-13
    Mrs Paterson same address 1814-24
    In New Dir 1824 but not in the Edin Dir for that year. 'seal engraver' Edin Dir 1810-13.
    Edin Dir
  • PATTISON, John bookseller Glasgow
    36 [30 in index] Crown Street 1837
    Pigot 1837
  • PATERSON, John & Co stationers Glasgow
    126 Ingram Street 1849
    Glas Dir
  • PATERSON, John newsagent and stamp office Newton Stewart
    Post Office Main-street 1820
    bookseller Newton Stewart 1825
    Marion Paterson Newton Stewart 1837
    'Good; Postmaster - pays well' Oliver and Boyd Travellers Logbook NLS Acc.5000/78
    Pigot 1820; 1825; 1837; Bell
  • PATERSON, John W. turner and press maker Edinburgh
    John Paterson machine and patent axle-maker 25 Greenside Row 1844
    John W. Paterson turner and pressmaker 8 East Rose Street Lane 1845-50
    Edin Dir
  • PATTISON, Joseph bookseller & circulating library Kelso
    Market Place 1852
    Slater 1852
  • PATERSON, Marion bookseller Newton Stewart
    John Paterson Newton Stewart 1820-25
    Marion Paterson Newton Stewart 1837
    Pigot 1820; 1825; 1837
  • PATERSON, Matthew bookseller and stationer Edinburgh
    12 Union Place 1832-36
    7 Union Place 1837-39
    and publisher same address 1840-44
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1837
  • PATERSON, Maurice bookbinder Edinburgh
    1 South St James Street 1831-37
    21 Catherine Street 1838-39
    12 Catherine Street 1840-46
    and bookseller same address 1847-55
    house - 15 Broughton Street 1856
    15 Broughton Street 1857-75
    In Edin Dir 1857 the house was 31 Broughton Street.
    Edin Dir
  • PATERSON, Michael bookseller Glasgow
    Glasgow 1646-73
    Burgess as only son to deceased Andrew Paterson merchant also Guild Brother as married to Isobell daughter to Gilbert Adam merchant 10 September 1646. One of the debtors in Lithgow's inventory, 1662 (Bann.Misc.ii,280). W. Guthrie's The Christian's great interest was printed by Higgins of Edinburgh for Paterson and others in 1659. Will of Michaell Paterson stationer registered 21 October 1673.
    GlasBurg; Aldis 1904; GlasTest
  • PATERSON, Nicoll bookbinder and stationer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1712
    Children buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 22 June 1694 and 4 February 1698. Burgess by right of father William Paterson, bookbinder 27 August 1712.
    GreyBuri; EdinBurg
  • PATERSON, Peter printer Edinburgh
    2 Murray Street 1816-18
    Edin Dir
  • PATERSON, Philip bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1796
  • PATERSON, R. H. printer and pharmacist Glasgow
    7 Queen Street [index adds 76 Stockwell Street] 1837
    and lithographer same address 1838
    Pigot 1837; Schenck
  • PATERSON, Robert printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1766
    Married Elizabeth daughter to John Lyall baxter at Lintonbridge 23 March 1766.
  • PATERSON, Thomas stationer Cumnock
    Cumnock 1852
    Slater 1852
  • PATERSON, Thomas engraver and copperplate printer Edinburgh
    Boyd's Close [276 Canongate] 1824-29
    Edin Dir
  • PATERSON, Thomas type founder Edinburgh
    Factory Close 1844-46
    56 Lothian Street 1847-48
    draper same address 1849-61
    54 Lothian Street 1862
    clothier, shirtmaker and hosier 4 West Register Street 1863
    Edin Dir
  • PATERSON, Thomas lithographic printer Glasgow
    26 Nelson Street 1825
    169 Trongate 1824-36
    46 Ingram Street 1838
    16 Hutcheson Street 1839-41
    lithographer 124 Brunswick Street 1842-48
    lithographer and engraver 59 Hutcheson Street 1847
    52 Ingram Street 1849-51
    73 Hutcheson Street and 68 Glassford Street 1852-54
    Burgess and Guild Brother by purchase 4 October 1828. Initial only 1835. Had a fascia board with a portrait of Sennefelder.
    Glas Dir; GlasBurg; Pigot 1825; 1837; Schenck
  • PATERSON, W. bookseller Stirling
    Stirling 1780
    Took orders for The town and country almanack for 1781. Glasgow Mercury 30 November 1780.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • PATERSON [William] and BROWN booksellers Aberdeen
    Upperkirkgate 1787-1800
    To take in subscriptions for The Chronicle of Aberdeen 24 February 1787. Died 1800, stock was bought by George Ironside.
    Beavan; NLS Impr Ind
  • PATERSON [William] & DUNBAR [Robert] booksellers Aberdeen
    14 Union Street 1824-25
    William Paterson same address 1825
    55 Union Street 1827
    Aberdeen 1828
    Beavan; Pigot 1825
  • PATERSON, William bookbinder, bookseller and stationer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1647-88
    Son to John Paterson, burgess of the Canongate, apprenticed with James Harrower bookseller 24 November 1647. Married Alisone Straittoun in the Chapel of Holyroodhouse 8 June 1654. Burgess and Guild Brother as apprentice to umquhile James Harrower bookbinder 26 January 1657. One of the debtors in Lithgow's inventory, 1662 (Bann.Misc.ii,280). Children buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 2 August 1660; 7 December 1660; Signed an agreement 5 October 1681, by which Peter Bruce was to run a papermill for him for three years. William Paterson stationer buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 21 March 1688; his widow Alison Straton buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 26 September 1691. Apprentices: Patrick Erskine 11 February 1657; John Cairns 8 February 1660, Burgess 29 January 1668; John Weir 12 August 1663, Burgess 19 November 1679.
    EdinPren; CanonMarr; EdinBurg; Aldis 1904; Thomson; GreyBuri
  • PATERSON, William bookbinder and stationer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1697-1708
    opposite to the Main Guard 1709
    Edinburgh 1710-22
    Children buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 3 June 1694; 29 April 1694; 2 March 1697; 3 April 1697. Burgess by right of father William Paterson bookbinder 20 October 1697. Account of work done for The Laird of Saltoun 8 August 1704 in NLS MS 16854. "Mr Blaw's 4th edition of The rudiments of etymology and syntax... to be sold by John Vallange stationer, and William Paterson bookbinder, opposite to the Main-Guard..." Edinburgh Courant 14 October 1709. Will registered of William Paterson bookbinder late in Moultrieshill 31 March 1732. Apprentices: James Dalgleish 17 November 1697; Martin Bryson 30 November 1698; James Toshoch 6 September 1699; Daniel Bryce 16 December 1702; John Cruickshank 21 May 1707; George Buchanan 4 January 1710, Burgess 19 December 1722; Alexander Hope, son of Alexander Hope taylor of Edinburgh, apprenticed to William Paterson bookbinder Edinburgh 1718.
    GreyBuri; EdinBurg; EdinPren; Maxted; NLS Impr Ind; EdinTest
  • PATERSON, William circulating library Fala
    Fala 1825
    Pigot 1825
  • PATTISON, William C. bookseller, stationer and publisher Glasgow
    32 Nelson Street 1844
    publisher and printer Mechanics Magazine office, 33 Nelson Street 1847
    38 Nelson Street 1848
    'Pattison, William & Co, 48 Nelson Street' under publishers in trade index Glas Dir 1844. In the street directory he is at 32 Nelson Street. He is at 38 Nelson Street in the street directory in Glas Dir 1847.
    Glas Dir; Schenck
  • PATERSON, William J. overseer of University Printing Office Glasgow
    Dunlop Street 1840
    printer and stereotype founder 43 Queen Street 1844
    Christian name from street directory Glas Dir 1844.
    Glas Dir
  • PATON and GEMBLE printers Edinburgh
    Thomas Paton 4 North West Circus Place 1836-38
    Paton and Gemble same address 1839
    Thomas Paton printer and stationer same address 1840
    bookseller and stationer same address 1841
    bookseller and printer same address 1842
    printer, publisher and bookseller same address 1843
    bookseller and printer 16 Howe Street 1844
    printer same address 1845-48
    Paton [Thomas] & Ritchie printers and publishers 3 Hanover Street and 16 Howe Street 1849
    3 Hanover Street 1850-53
    3 Hanover Street - printing office 13 George Street 1854-57
    81 Princes Street - printing office 13 George Street 1858-63
    Thomas Paton 7 South Hanover Street - printing office 13 George Street 1864-66
    13 George Street 1867-69
    Thomas Paton & Son printers and stereotypers 13 George Street 1870-71
    Edin Dir
  • PATON & LOVE booksellers, stationers, librarians & newsmen Glasgow
    10 Nelson Street 1840
    5 Nelson Street 1844
    Glas Dir
  • PATON [Thomas] & RITCHIE printers and publishers Edinburgh
    Thomas Paton printer, publisher and bookseller 16 Howe Street 1844-48
    Paton and Ritchie 3 Hanover Street and 16 Howe Street 1849
    3 Hanover Street 1850-53
    3 Hanover Street - printing office 13 George Street 1854-57
    81 Princes Street - printing office 13 George Street 1858-63
    Thomas Paton 7 South Hanover Street - printing office 13 George Street 1864-66
    13 George Street 1867-69
    Thomas Paton & Son printers and stereotypers 13 George Street 1870-71
    Publication Office of Missionary Records of the Established Church of Scotland Edin Dir 1850.
    Edin Dir
  • PATON, Charles bookseller Perth
    32 John Street 1852
    Slater 1852
  • PATON, George bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1764-72
    Back of Bess Wynd 1773-74
    Back of Bow-Head Well 1775
    Con's Close 1776-78
    Married Mariana daughter to Thomas Stenhouse smith and ferrier 5 August 1764.
    EdinMarr; Edin Dir
  • PATON, George bookseller Edinburgh
    John Paton Parliament-Close, at Buchan's Head 1714-51
    John and George same address 1753
    Son of John Paton, bookseller (1677?-1765), George Paton 'received a liberal education' and entered the father's business, but when the business failed he gave it up to become a clerk in the Custom-House. He was a famous antiquarian, supplied most of the Scottish entries for William Herbert's revision of Joseph Ames's Typographical Antiquities, and corresponded with Bishop Percy, Richard Gough, Thomas Pennant and George Chalmers and died 5 March 1807 at the age of 87. The bulk of his correspondence is in the National Library of Scotland (Adv.MSS 29.3.8 and 29.5.5-8). The National Library also has the sale catalogue of his library. 1809 and 1811.
    NLS Impr Ind; Kay; Hans Hecht. Songs from David Herd's Manuscripts. London, 1904; R.P. Doig 'George Paton's contributions to Herbert's Typographical Antiquities' Edinburgh Bibliographical Society Transactions iii 1955 215-19. The Percy Letters 6. The correspondence of Thomas Percy and George Paton. 1944.
  • PATON, George bookseller Linlithgow
    Linlithgow 1729-54
    A Testimony to the truth of Jesus Christ was 'reprinted for, and sold by George Paton Bookseller in Linlithgow' in Edinburgh in 1729. Bought books from Ruddiman prior to 1st January 1736. Carnie & Doig I.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • PATON, Hugh stationer and frame maker Edinburgh
    21 Horse Wynd, Cowgate 1827-29
    carver, gilder and printseller Horse Wynd, College Street 1830
    Horse Wynd, 25 & 27 College Street 1831-33
    carver, gilder and printseller to R.H. Princess Victoria same address 1834-36
    carver and gilder to her R.H. the Duchess of Kent and Princess Victoria 26 Horse Wynd 1836-37
    to the Queen and Duchess of Kent Head of the Horsewynd, College 1838-39
    72 Adam Square 1840-43
    Adam Square 1844-48
    printer and printseller same address 1849-51
    72 Adam Square 1852-53
    10 Princes Street - printing office 8 North College Street 1854-61
    9 Princes Street - printing-office and workshop Canal Street 1862-67
    Hugh Paton & Sons 115 Princes Street - printing-office and workshop 5 St James Square 1868-80
    115 Princes Street; printing office 4-5 James Square; gilding and frame works 8 and 12 James Square 1881-83
    115 and 122 Princes Street; printing office 4-5 James Square; gilding and frame works 8 and 12 James Square 1884
    122 Princes Street; printing-office 4-5 James Square; gilding and frame works Rose Street Lane 1885-89
    122 Princes Street; printing office 4-5 St James Square 1890-92
    5 St James Square 1893-20th Century
    Hugh Paton (1806-1863). Lithographed advertisement (trade card as framemaker) Edin Dir 1833; Printed advertisement for Kay's Portraits Edin Dir 1839-40 and lithographed and printed advertisement for the 2nd edition of Kay and other books and prints Edin Dir 1842, printed advertisements Edin Dir 1844 and 1846. The National Library of Scotland has two twentieth -century type-specimen books of the firm.
    Edin Dir; Gray 1836; Pigot 1837
  • PATON, J. bookseller Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1760-62
    Advertised as to sell The British Magazine.
    Caledonian Mercury 9 January 1760; 14 September 1761; 11 January 1762
  • PATON, J. bookseller Perth
    Perth 1757
    Sold copies of Act of Parliament ratyfying the Confession of Faith. Glasgow, 1747.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • PATON, James merchant Kilmarnock
    Kilmarnock 1739-48
    He sold a number of works written by ministers of the Secession Church.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • PATON, John bookseller Edinburgh
    Parliament-Close, at Buchan's Head 1714-51
    John and George same address 1753
    Appointed agent for Advocates' Library in 1730. Probably the John Paton who was baptised 4 February 1677. He was one of the committee of citizens who originated the Royal Infirmary. He died in May 1765 and was buried in Grey Friars Churchyard, though his will was not registered until 16 May 1781. The son, George Paton 'received a liberal education' and entered the father's business, but gave it up to become a clerk in the Custom-House. He was a famous antiquarian, and died 5 March 1807 at the age of 87. Apprentices: John Haddow 26 November 1718 [John Hadon, son of John Hadon merchant of Douglas Maxted]; Thomas Paton 24 February 1731, Burgess 8 August 1744; John Boswell son of David Boswell 24 March 1731 [1730 Maxted].
    NLS Impr Ind; EdinTest; EdinPren; Maxted; Carnie & Doig; Kay
  • PATON, Mathew stationer Irvine
    Irvine 1674
    Burgess: will registered 23 April 1674.
  • PATON, Philip bookbinder Edinburgh
    Canongate 1796
    Married Margrate daughter of Norman M'Dairmand out pensioner in Edinburgh in Canongate Kirk 26 September 1796.
  • PATON, T. bookseller Stirling
    Stirling 1757-60
    Agent for The British Magazine. Edinburgh Chronicle 10 December 1759 and Glasgow Journal 17 December 1759; and took in subscriptions for A paraphrase and commentary on the Old Testament. Edinburgh Chronicle 15 March 1760.
    NLS Impr Ind; Carnie II.
  • PATON, Thomas bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1731-56
    Son to Thomas Paton, baxter in London, apprenticed to John Paton bookseller and bookbinder 24 February 1731. Burgess as apprentice to John Paton, bookseller and bookbinder 8 August 1744. Helen daughter of deceased Thomas Paton married John Thomson merchant 7 January 1770.Apprentices: John Gairdner 16 May 1750; John Denham 4 February 1756.
    EdinPren; EdinBurg; EdinMarr
  • PATON, Thomas bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1743-65?
    Married Margaret Fraiter 18 September 1743.
    EdinMarr; Bush.3
  • PATON, Thomas bookseller Edinburgh
    2 North-West Circus Place 1831-34
    and stationer same address 1835
    4 North West Circus Place 1836-39
    also Paton & Gemble printers same address 1839
    and printer same address 1840
    bookseller and stationer same address 1841
    bookseller and printer same address 1842
    printer, publisher and bookseller same address 1843
    bookseller and printer 16 Howe Street 1844-48
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1837
  • PATON, William printer Glasgow
    Glasgow 1795-1800
    NLS Impr Ind
  • PATRIOT newspaper office Edinburgh
    37 North Bridge 1834-36
    printing office 1 James Square 1836
    Edin Dir
  • PAUL, Alexander stationer Edinburgh
    15 South St James Street 1835-40
    Christian name street index Gray 1837
    Gray 1835; Edin Dir
  • PAUL, J. printer Cupar in Fife
    Cupar 1830
    Information from Mr. W. T. Johnston
  • PAUL, John bookbinder Cupar in Fife
    Bonnygate 1837
    Pigot 1837
  • PAUL, John bookbinder Edinburgh
    Foot of High School Wynd 1773-75
    In Edin Dir Appendix 1773
    Edin Dir
  • PAUL, Mat. tailor and librarian Glasgow
    2 North Street, Anderston 1828
    Glas Dir
  • PAUL, R. H. bookseller &c. Edinburgh
    general and commercial agent 3 Broughton Street 1838
    bookseller &c. 86 South Bridge 1839
    Edin Dir
  • PAUL, R. H. bookseller Edinburgh
    53 Pleasance 1844
    11 Lothian Street 1845
    Edin Dir
  • PAUL, Robert printer Edinburgh
    Westmost Mealmarket Stair High Street 1799-1802
    Edin Dir; NLS Impr Ind
  • PAUL, Robert engraver Glasgow
    Glasgow 1756-70
    Born 13 May 1739 at Glasgow, studied at the Foulis Academy, Glasgow. His engravings are all single prints. He died in March 1770 also at Glasgow.
    Johnst3; William James Duncan (ed.). Notices and documents illustrative of the literary history of Glasgow. Glasgow, 1831, p. 110; Sir James Balfour Paul. Some Pauls of Glasgow and their descendants. Edinburgh, 1912; William Gemmell. Early views of Glasgow chiefly from the Foulis Academy of Art, with descriptive and historical letterpress. Glasgow, 1913. 2 vols.; David Murray. Robert & Andrew Foulis and the Glasgow press, with some account of the Glasgow Academy of the Fine Arts. Glasgow, 1913.
  • PAUL, Robert H. bookseller and auctioneer Edinburgh
    32 Candlemaker Row 1848
    Edin Dir
  • PAUL, William printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1787
    Married Henrieta daughter of deceased John Wilson silk dyer 27 August 1787.
  • PAXTON, Alexander carver, gilder and printseller Aberdeen
    29 Queen Street 1829
    44 Queen Street 1831
  • PEACOCK and FAIRGRIEVE [John] printers Edinburgh
    204 High Street 1826-27
    Edin Dir
  • PEACOCK, David newspaper publisher Perth
    28 Kirkside 1852
    Publisher of The Perth Constitutional 1852. Author of Perth its annals and its archives. Perth, 1849. At that date he was Master of King James VI Hospital, Perth
    Slater 1852
  • PEACOCK, James bookbinder Aberdeen
    Aberdeen 1736
  • PEARSON'S CLOSS, Edinburgh
    Pearson's Closs, North side of the Street opposite to the Cross 1726-39
    See FLEMING, Robert.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • PEARSON, W. printer Edinburgh
    of J. Gall printer North Gray's Close [125 High Street] 1833
    Gray 1833
  • PEARSON, Walter printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1719
    Burgess by Act of Council 4 February, 11 February 1719. As 'apprentice' to James Watson in 1721, he 'cast off' with Walter Pearson Rules and directions to be observed in printing houses.
  • PEARSON, William printer Edinburgh
    127 High Street 1818-22
    2 Brown Street 1824
    Edin Dir
  • PEARSON, William bookseller and stationer Edinburgh
    13 Waterloo Place 1835
    In trade index and street directory but not in main sequence Edin Dir 1835.
    Edin Dir; Gray 1835
  • PEAT, Alexander & Co wholesale stationers and booksellers Edinburgh
    59 South Bridge Street 1820
    35 South Bridge Street 1821-32
    Letter to him in the National Library of Scotland, Sutherland Papers MS.Dep.313 1468 Letterbook p.286 at 59 South Bridge Street.
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1825

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