Rae, Alexander - Reynolds, Andrew

  • RAE, Alexander bookseller & druggist Portsoy
    The Square 1852
    Slater 1852
  • RAE, J. & A. bookbinder Glasgow
    Rae, T. & A. 14 Garthland Street 1840
    Rae, J. & A. same address 1844
    Glas Dir
  • RAE, John bookbinder Glasgow
    Glasgow 1659-91
    Burgess as married Jonat daughter to Thomas Finniestoun maltman 10 February 1659. Spouse Jonet Finnisone will registered 18 August 1685. Will of John Rae stationer registered 5 February 1691.
    GlasBurg; GlasTest
  • RAE, John bookbinder Glasgow
    5 South Hanover Street 1837
    Pigot 1837
  • RAE [John] & MACAULAY [A.] lithographic engravers and ornamental printers Glasgow
    120 Buchanan Street 1847
    Glas Dir
  • RAE, John & Co librarians, bookbinders and stationers Glasgow
    241 High Street 1844
    booksellers 249 High Street 1847
    Also in section Bookbinders in trade index Glas Dir 1847
    Glas Dir
  • RAE, John wright, glazier, stationer, bookbinder and bookseller Perth
    Perth 1745-66
    Sold copies of James Craig's Spiritual life. Edinburgh, 1751. Apprentice: .Patrick Graham, son of Thomas Graham, apprenticed to John Rae bookbinder Perth 1745
    Maxted; NLS Impr Ind; R. H. Carnie. Publishing in Perth before 1807. Abertay Historical Society Publication No.6, 1960. Carnie II.
  • RAE, John bookseller Stromness
    Stromness 1852
    Possibly also shopkeeper & dealer in sundries.
    Slater 1852
  • RAE, Peter minister and printer Kirkbride
    Kirkbride 1703-1727
    Kirkconnel 1732-48
    He was born at Mouswald in 1671. In February 1692 he entered Glasgow University, taking his M.A. 4 April 1694. On 21 March 1695 was appointed Precentor of the Church and Clerk to the Session of Dumfries. A fortnight later he was appointed Clerk of the Presbytery, and on 8 October was chosen Clerk of the Synod. In March 1697, Rae resigned his Presbytery Clerkship and took the divinty course at Edinburgh University. On 19 July 1697 he married Agnes, eldest daughter of John Corsane of Meikleknox. On 15 November 1699 he was licensed to preach by the Presbytery of Penpont. He was obviously already showing mechanical ability, for on 31 July 1702 he was admitted a freeman of the Incorporation of Hammermen of Dumfries. On 22 April 1703 he was ordained Minister of Kirkbride. He was not popular with his parishioners, who had not had a minister since 1662, and he was involved in a series of cases. These came to a head in July 1713. Fourteen of his parishoners charged him with being "so taken up with mechanics and worldly business that it takes him off his ministerial office ... and that he causes print obscene ballads in his own house." They also charged him with being agent for the Duke of Queensberry at the Wanlockhead lead mines to the neglect of his proper duties. Rae prosecuted his accusers for libel befor the Presbytery. The Synod found that most of the charges were not so much as attempted to be proven. It had come out in evidence that Robert Rae had printed several copies of the ballad Maggy Lauder, in the absence of his father. Rae submitted himself to the Synod on the Wanlockhead affair, pleading that the business can scarcely be said to divert him from his ministerial work, and that it was necessary for the support of his family, he having a very small stipend which is very ill payed. No book has been found with his name on it. The parish was suppressed in 1727 by the Lords Commissioners of Teinds, and in 1732 he was translated to Kirkconnel. While there he made an astronomical chiming clock for Charles 3rd Duke of Queensberry. He died there 29 December 1748. He published A History of the Rebellion of 1715, which was printed at Dumfries by his son Robert in 1718..
    DNB; William Stewart 'The Rae Press at Kirkbride and Dumfries'. Papers of the Edinburgh Bibliographical Society vi 107-115 (1906); G.W.Shirley 'Mr Peter Rae V.D.M., printer' Records of the Glasgow Bibliographical Society i 216-235 (1914)
  • RAE, Robert printer Kirkbride and Dumfries
    Kirkbride (Cellae S. Brigidae) 1711-14
    Printing-house in the Kirkgate and shop on the East side of the Street a
    little below the Fish Cross Dumfries 1715-21
    At the sign of the Hand and Bible same address 1721
    Eldest son of Peter Rae, Minister of Kirkbride and Agnes Corsane. He was born 20 May 1698. Printed on a press in the house of his father 1711-14. In July 1713 his father was attacked for having a printing-office in the manse. By 1715 the press had been transferred to Dumfries. In 1721 he published a newspaper, The Drumfries Mercury, of which No 18 May 1 to 8 1721 survives. By 2 February 1719, he had acquired the estate of Meikleknox from his mother's relations and assumed his mother's name, being Robert Corson of Meikleknox. To obtain the estates of his mother he married Agnes M'Gowan the daughter of the other claimant. He died 17 February 1759.
    NLS Impr Ind; Stewart, William. The Rae Press at Kirkbride and Dumfries. Papers of the Edinburgh Bibliographical Society vi pp.107-115. Edinburgh, 1906; G. W. Shirley Mr Peter Rae, V. D. M. printer. Records of the Glasgow Bibliographical Society i pp.216-35. Glasgow, 1914. G. W. Shirley: Dumfries printers in the eighteenth century. Dumfriesshire and Galloway Natural History & Antiquarian Society Transactions 3rd s. viii, 129-186 (1934).
  • RAE, T. & A. bookbinders Glasgow
    14 Garthland Street 1840
    J. & A. Rae same address 1844
    Glas Dir
  • RAE, William bookseller, bookbinder, printer and publisher Wick
    Stafford Place 1839
    and reading room same address 1840-1850-
    Stafford Street 1852
    Born at Gillock, Wick 11 January 1811, he died 2 January 1893. Probably acquired the plant of The Northern Star about 1841. In 1853 he acquired the Northern Ensign. His foreman printer for many years was William Coghill. His son Sir Alexander Rae carried on the press.
    Slater 1852; John Mowat 'Books and Printing in Caithness' Records of the Glasgow Bibliographical Society vi 84-94 (1920)
  • RAEBURN, William perfumer Edinburgh
    Bridge Street 1776-84
    North Bridge 1786
    Perfumer to the Prince of Wales 13 North Bridge-Street 1788-1811
    Mrs. Raeburn same address 1812-16
    Sold copies of George Packwood the celebrated razor strop maker's pamphlet Packwood's whim. The goldfinch's nest; or, The way to get money and be happy. London, 1796.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • RAILLEY, William printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh before 1791
    Helen daughter of deceased William Railley married Robert Sutherland shoemaker 1 September 1791.
  • RAILWAY GAZETTE newspaper office Edinburgh
    Scottish Railway Gazette 30 Hanover Street 1846-49
    Railway Gazette same address 1850
    Edin Dir
  • RAIT, Alexander bookseller and stationer Edinburgh
    7 North St Andrew Street 1847
    He appears in 1846 without a trade, and at the same home address, 17 Duke Street, Leith, as in 1847.
    Edin Dir
  • RAIT, Thomas printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1778
    Married Helen daughter of Peter Ranken cowfeeder 15 December 1778.
  • RALEIGH, Margaret A. bookseller Edinburgh
    21 West Register Street 1846-47
    M. A. Raleigh in 1834 met a notorious prostitute and bawd, Isabella Milligan, and shortly after went to live with her in her retirement in Morningside. She died on 7 February 1844, and M.A. Raleigh published Autobiography of Mrs Isabella Milligan by M.A. Raleigh, 1845.
    Edin Dir
  • RALSTON, William bookseller, stationer and bookbinder Campbeltown
    Main-street 1820-25
    bookseller and circulating library Back Street 1837
    Main Street 1852
    Pigot 1820; 1825; 1837; Slater 1852
  • RAMAGE, Adam stationer Edinburgh
    51 Candlemaker Row 1842-43
    David Ramage same address 1844-45
    Edin Dir
  • RAMAGE, Adam papermaker Pennycuick
    foreman Valleyfield Mill 1834-45
    Edin Dir
  • RAMAGE, Benjamin apprentice printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1752
    Son to William Ramage, doctor of medicine at Giffordhall, apprenticed to Adrian Watkins H.M. Printer and Stationer for Scotland 29 July 1752.
  • RAMAGE, David stationer Edinburgh
    Adam Ramage 51 Candlemaker Row 1842-43
    David Ramage same address 1844-45
    Edin Dir
  • RAMAGE, James engraver Edinburgh
    11 Parkside Street 1825
    8 Alison Square 1826
    4 Charles Street 1827-29
    5 Charles Street 1830
    Edin Dir
  • RAMAGE, James engraver and lithographer Edinburgh
    39 South Bridge 1849-53
    Boroughlochhead Cottage 1854-56
    30 Rankeillor Street 1857-61
    Edin Dir; Schenck
  • RAMAGE, James papermaker Pennycuick
    Valleyfield Mill 1840-45
    Edin Dir
  • RAMAGE, William apprentice bookseller Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1642
    Son to the late Gavin Ramage in Fisherrow, apprenticed with William Knox bookseller 28 September 1642.
  • RAMSAY, Adam bookseller Edinburgh
    2 Victoria Street 1843
    Edin Dir
  • RAMSAY, Alexander newspaper office Banff
    Old Market Street 1852
    Editor of The Banffshire Journal
    Slater 1852
  • RAMSAY, Alexander bookseller Edinburgh
    of R. Cadell bookseller 18 Gayfield Square 1833-34
    18 Gayfield Square 1835-40
    Gray 1833; Edin Dir
  • RAMSAY, Allan wigmaker and bookseller Edinburgh
    bookseller The Mercury opposite to Niddry's-Wynd 1718-22
    at The Mercury opposite to the Cross Well 1722-25
    Shop near the Cross 1725
    Hawthornden's and Ben Jonson's Heads, East end of the Luckenbooths 1726-40
    Shop near the cross 1729-34
    Son of John Ramsay, factor to the Earl of Hopetoun and superintendent of his lead mines, and Alice, daughter of Allan Bower, of Derbyshire, he was born in Leadhills, probably in 1684. Apprenticed to James Robertson, perriwig-maker in 1704, he became a Burgess 19 July 1710. He married Christian, eldest daughter of Robert Ross, writer, and of Elizabeth Archibald 14 December 1712. a peruke-maker. About 1715, Alan Ramsay started publishing his poems individually in sheets and small booklets. His first collected Poems of 1721 consists of these bound together with a general titlepage. In 1723 he published the first volume of The Tea-Table Miscellany In 1725 he produced The Gentle Shepherd a dramatic Scottish pastoral, to which he later added songs.In 1725 he removed to a house at the East end of the Luckenbooths, which had formerly been the London Coffee House. Here, in place of Mercury, he adopted the heads of Ben Jonson and Drummond of Hawthornden and established a circulating library. In 1728 he published a second volume of Poems. After 1730 he wrote less, being interested in the theatre, for which he wrote prologues and epilogues, and on occasion songs. With William Hamilton he auctioned books 20 January 1737 Caledonian Mercury 25 November 1736. In the year 1755 he is supposed to have relinquished business.' Timperley 697-8. '... all the villainous profane and obscene bookes and playes printed at London by Curle and others, are gote doune from London by Allan Ramsey. and lent out, for an easy price to young boyes, servant weemen of the better sort, and gentleman, and vice and obscenity dreadfully propagated. Ramsay has a book in his shope wherein all the names of those that borrow his playes and books, for two pence a night, or some such rate, are sett doun....' Robert Wodrow 1728. Allan Ramsay died 7 January 1757 [i.e. 1757/58],
    Andrew Gibson. New Light on Alan Ramsay. Edinburgh, 1927; Burns Martin. Allan Ramsay: a study in his life and works. Cambridge [Mass.] 1931; Alexander M. Kinghorn and Alexander Law. The works of Allan Ramsay. Vol.IV. Edinburgh: Scottish Text Society, 1970.
  • RAMSAY, David weaver? Dalkeith
    Dalkeith 1750
    Wrote published and sold The weaver and housewife's pocket-book; containing rules for the right making of linen cloth. Edinburgh, 1750.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • RAMSAY, David printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh Evening Courant, Old Fishmarket Close 1778-1803
    David Ramsay & Son [George?] same address, Office Opposite the Cross 1804-11
    Office 194 High Street 1812-24
    208 High Street 1825-27
    190 High Street 1828-47
    188 & 190 High Street 1848-55
    Married Miss Grace daughter of John Campbell farmer 15 October 1780. Burgess and Guild Brother 21 September 1786; Died at Craigleith on 27 June 1813. Edinburgh Evening Courant 1 July 1813. Apprentice: William Clark Burgess as apprentice to David Ramsay, printer 28 August 1839 apprentice same day as from 4 September 1819.
    EdinMarr; EdinBurg; Edin Dir; NLS Impr Ind; Pigot 1820; 1825; 1837
  • RAMSAY, George merchant Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1751
    An account of the particular soliloquies and Covenant engagements of the worthy Lady Earlston was printed for him in 1751.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • RAMSAY, George & Co printers Edinburgh
    Old Fishmarket-close 1808-23
    John Stark (late George Ramsay & Co) Old Fishmarket Close 1824-26
    Burgess and Guild Brother in right of father David Ramsay 3 June 1807. New Dir 1824 has George Ramsay & Co Old Fishmarket Close, and John Stark as of George Ramsay & Co. Apprentices: Geddes Calder Burgess 8 August 1820 entered apprentice the same day as from 21 January 1809. Robert Inches Burgess and Guild Brother as apprentice to George Ramsay & Coy, printers and John Stark printer 6 October 1841 apprenticed the same day to George Ramsay & Coy as from 5 June 1821.
    Edin Dir; EdinBurg; Pigot 1820
  • RAMSAY, George newspaper office Edinburgh
    of the Courant Office 1850-51
    188 High Street 1852-54
    No address given Edin Dir 1850-51
    Edin Dir
  • RAMSAY, John newspaper editor Aberdeen
    Aberdeen Journal office Adelphi Court 1834-47
    John Ramsay was the son of John Ramsay, Master of a West Indies trade, and Betty the only daughter of Alexander M'Donald of Calcutta. When he was nine months old, his mother took him to Aberdeen. He was educated at Aberdeen High School and King's College, Aberdeen. He graduated in 1817 and became a teacher, first as a private tutor, and afterwards at Robert Gordon's Hospital in Aberdeen. In 1834 he gave up teaching to edit The Aberdeen Journal In 1847 his mother died and Ramsay gave up the editorship of The Aberdeen Journal. In 1851, he was unsuccessful candidate for the Professorship of Mathematics at King's College. He did not marry, and died 4 June 1870.
    The Selected writings of John Ramsay, M.A. with memoir and notes by Alexander Walker. Aberdeen, 1871.
  • RAMSAY, John bookseller Edinburgh
    Conn's Closs 1703
    Sold copies of The use of the Lord's Prayer vindicated. 1703.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • RAMSAY, John bookseller Edinburgh
    Within the foot of College Wynd 1716-1719
    The age of the world collected in all its periods was printed for him in 1716 and Alexander Monro's A short account of the reformation in 1719.
    NLS Impr Ind; Carnie & Doig I.
  • RAMSAY, John & Co musicsellers Edinburgh
    piano-forte maker 12 North St David's Street 1830-32
    musicsellers same address 1833
    28 Elder Street 1834
    pianoforte warehouse same address 1835-38
    2 Barony Street 1839-44
    John Ramsay 6 Calton Street 1845-61
    John Ramsay & Sons 65 Hanover Street 1862-66
    5 Catherine Street 1867-70
    10 Greenside Street 1871-75
    John Ramsay same address 1876-79
    Pianoforte Makers only in main sequence and street index Edin Dir 1835-38.
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1837
  • RAMSAY, Patrick printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1660?-1680
    Patrick Ramsay and John Reid 1680
    Child buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 19 April 1673. Petitioned the Privy Council in 1678 to claim exemption from watching and warding as an employee of the King's Printer. Watson (10,13) says that after the death of Higgins, the Society of Stationers appointed Ramsay to be overseer to that house; and that about 1680 he set up with John Reid. A folio addressed Serenissimo Principi Jacobo was printed by the partners in 1680.
    GreyBuri; Register of the Privy Council of Scotland Ser. 3 v. 441; Aldis 1904
  • RAMSAY, T. printer Edinburgh
    21 Waterloo Place 1840
    Edin Dir
  • RANDALL, Charles printer and bookseller Stirling
    Baxter's Wynd Stirling 1793-1812
    Mary Randall Bakers-wynd 1813-20
    Born in 1749, son of a Scottish surgeon who was out in the 45. The first printer in Stirling, since Lekprevik, he published, in 1794, A general history of Stirling which was several times reprinted. His principle concern was the publication of large quantities of chapbooks, some of which have the imprint 'Edinburgh: printed for the booksellers', and he ran a circulating library which he gave up in 1798. There is an advertisement in The Glasgow Courier of 29 March in that year of its sale, which describes it as consisting of 'upwards of three thousand volumes'. There are two volumes in the Blair's College collection in the National Library of Scotland with large oval labels for RANDALL'S/CIRCULATING LIBRARY/STIRLING/No. He married, about 1806 Mary Stedman, who was his junior by some twenty-seven years. They had three children, Margaret who died in 1830 at the age of 23; James, who died in 1821, age 10, and Charles, who changed his name to Randolph, and became a ship builder in Glasgow. His father died in December 1812 aged 63 and is buried in Holy Rude Churchyard Stirling. Mary Randall sold the business to William Macnie in 1820. Charles Randall probably employed Francis Ireland, printer, in 1800. Apprentices: Francis Ireland, John Fraser and John Shearer.
    Chapbook Printers; NLS Impr Ind; Pigot 1820; Stirling Observer Press: ninety years' progress 1836-1926. Stirling, 1926; Harvey
  • RANDALL, Mary printer, bookseller and circulating library Stirling
    Baker Street and Vennel Close 1813-20
    After her husband Charles's death, Mary Randall continued to publish large numbers of chapbooks most of which are undated. In 1816 she probably taught Peter Buchan to print in 'ten days service'. In 1820 she retired, perhaps at the instance of her son who had made a large fortune in Glasgow, and sold the business to William Macnie. She died 28 November 1847, age 71, and was buried beside her husband in Holy Rude Churchyard in Stirling.
    Chapbook Printers; The Stirling Observer Press: ninety years'; Harvey
  • RANDIE (RANDY), David bookseller Edinburgh and Haddington
    Haddington 1713
    Edinburgh 1728
    North side of the Cross 1729
    Edinburgh 1730-36
    Haddington 1739-46
    "There is to be exposed by way of auction at Whitekirk in East Lothian, a parcel of very good books... Catalogues thereof may be seen in the hands of David Randie merchant in Haddingtoun..." Scots Courant 12 August 1713. Ruddiman's manuscripts (National Library of Scotland MS 762) list debts owed to Ruddiman. Daughter Isobel married Robert Muirhead, merchant in Hamilton 10 September 1730. A debt for books supplied to Randie in September 1731 was unpaid in October 1739 when Randie is described as "now Mert in Haddington". He sold copies of William Halyburton's Love to our country in 1746 when his address is again given as Haddington.
    NLS Impr Ind; EdinMarr; Bushnell; Carnie & Doig I & II
  • RANDOLPH, David bookseller Edinburgh
    Canongate 1725
    Sold copies of George Buchanan's Latin paraphrase of the Psalms printed in Edinburgh 1725.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • RANKIN & TURNBULL lithographers Glasgow
    65 Jamaica Street 1842
  • RANKIN, J. & J. lithographers Glasgow
    66 Trongate 1840
    Glas Dir
  • RANKINE, John bookseller Falkirk
    Falkirk 1798-1800
    bookbinders & stationers High Street 1820-25
    William Secker's A Wedding Ring fit for the Finger was printed for him in 1798 and James Wilson's The importance of charity in 1800.
    Local Notes and Queries reprinted from The Stirling Observer. Stirling, 1886; NLS Impr Ind; Pigot 1820; 1825;
  • RANKIN, John bookbinder Glasgow
    Glasgow 1775-81
    Appears in list of debts owing by deceased Robert & Andrew Foulis 1781, with arrears to 1775.
    GUL MS Murray 602
  • RANKEN, Peter bookseller and auctioneer Edinburgh
    11 Calton Street 1819
    bookseller and stationer same address 1820
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1820
  • RANKEN, Peter & Co printer, bookseller and bookbinder Forfar
    Castle Street 1825
    Pigot 1825
  • RANKIN, William printer Glasgow
    Sydney Court, 62 Argyll Street 1847-49
    First part of address from trade index Glas Dir 1847
    Glas Dir
  • RANKIN, William stationer and account book maker Glasgow
    54 Argyll Street 1849
    Glas Dir
  • RANNIE, Alexander bookseller Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1753
    Edward Moore's The gamester was printed for him in 1753.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • RATTRAY, Charles bookbinder, stationer and librarian Glasgow
    460 Argyll Street 1840
    470 Argyll Street 1844
    and bookseller same address 1847-49
    home address: 5 Normal Place, Garscube Road 1847-49
    This sounds like his home address, but he is listed separately under it in the trade index under Librarians, though not under Bookbinders or Booksellers in Glas Dir 1847. In Glas Dir 1849 it is made clear that this is the home address of Charles Rattray of 470 Argyll Street.
    Glas Dir
  • RATTRAY, James bookseller, stationer and newsagent Glasgow
    86 Trongate 1849
    Glas Dir
  • RAVENSCROFT, Edward printer Aberdeen
    Aberdeen 1844
    43 Union Street 1845
    Office of Chalmers & Co, Adelphi 1846
    Aberdeen 1847-48
    Owner of North of Scotland Family Journal and Scottish Farmer.
  • RAY, Ebenezer printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1771
    Married Elizabeth daughter to M. Francis Morrison of Hughend, Dunkeld 5 May 1771.
  • RAY, Francis printer Dundee
    Dundee shortly before 1800
    Chalmers Ray & Co 1804
    'for a brief time was the printer of the Dundee Advertiser. He issued the first Gazeteer of Scotland, and also an edition of Rollins Ancient History with engravings by Thomas Ivory of Dundee.
  • READ, James music engraver Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1759-61
    The signature 'James Read sculpt., Edinburgh' occurs on Bremner's Curious Collection of Scots Tunes. Edinburgh, 1759 and Stewart's Collection of the Newest and Best Reels. 1761.
  • READIE [READY], Andrew engraver Glasgow
    Glasgow 1763-78
    Andrew Ready apprenticed to Hector Gavin engraver Edinburgh 1763; Married Margaret Boswell. Son, also Andrew Ready, christened 1 January 1776. Will registered 17 October 1778. Daughter Agnes married James Symington bookseller in Edinburgh in Canongate Kirk, Edinburgh, 18 May 1793. Witness Thomas Brown bookseller Edinburgh.
    GlasTest; CanonMarr; Bush.2; Johnst3
  • REARDON, Robert papermaker Lasswade
    foreman Springfield Paper Mill 1833-34
    Christian name Edin Dir 1834.
    Edin Dir
  • REDPATH, Alexander bookseller and army stationer Edinburgh
    295 High Street 1841-74
    Edin Dir
  • REDPATH, Maitland paper maker Colinton
    Redhall Mill 1798
    Married Jean daughter of deceased William Ritchie of Pennycuik 3 March 1798.
  • REFORMERS GAZETTE newspaper office Glasgow
    75 Argyll Street 1847-49
    Glas Dir
  • REFORMERS GAZETTE newspaper office Paisley
    9 St Mirren Street 1851
    John Parkhill Reporter
    Paisley 1851
  • REID, Mrs See REID, William
  • REID and BATHGATE booksellers Edinburgh
    James Bathgate 22 College Street 1804-09
    1 College Street 1810
    Reid and Bathgate same address 1811-12
    James Bathgate same address 1813-15
    3 College Street 1816
    Edin Dir
  • REID and DOUGLAS stationers Edinburgh
    Foot of the Fishmarket Close 1774
    Edin Dir
  • REID & HENDERSON booksellers Glasgow
    170 Trongate 1818-25
    Glas Dir; Pigot 1820; 1825
  • REID and SCOTT booksellers and stationers Edinburgh
    66 South Bridge Street, opposite the College 1801-02
    Edin Dir
  • REID & SON booksellers, stationers and printers Leith
    36 Shore 1847-63
    34 Shore and 55 Bernard Street 1864-70
    35 Shore and 55 Bernard Street 1871-73
    35 Shore and 54 Bernard Street 1874
    35 Shore and 38 Timber Bush 1875-86
    Earlier history under William Reid. C.P. Reid of Reid & Son 1847-48. Mrs C.P. Reid of Reid & Son 1871-75.
    Edin Dir
  • REID, Alexander bookseller Dundee
    Top Seagate 1818-22
    Murray-gate 1820-25
    bookseller and confectioner Opposite Exchange Door 1824
    stationer 159 Seagate North side 1829
    bookseller 139 Seagate 1837 [Pigot 1837]
    197 Overgate 1837 [Pigot 1837]
    Dundee 1818; Pigot 1820; 1825; Dundee Delin; Dundee 1829; Pigot 1837
  • REID, Alexander P. stationer Dundee
    22 High Street. House 7 Dock Street 1846
    Dundee 1846
  • REID, Alexander P. bookseller Glasgow
    144 Argyll Street 1844
    Glas Dir
  • REID, Andrew musicseller Edinburgh
    piano-forte maker 1 East Broughton Place 1829-32
    music-seller same address 1833
    Edin Dir
  • REID, Archibald circulating library Dumbarton
    Librarian Dumbarton Subscription High Street 1837
    Pigot 1837
  • REID [C.P.?] & SON booksellers, stationers and printers Leith
    36 Shore 1847-63
    34 Shore and 55 Bernard Street 1864-70
    35 Shore and 55 Bernard Street 1871-73
    35 Shore and 54 Bernard Street 1874
    35 Shore and 38 Timber Bush 1875-86
    Earlier history under William Reid. C.P. Reid of Reid & Son 1847 and 1850.
    Edin Dir
  • REID, Daniel printer Glasgow, Falkirk and Carron
    Opposite to Bell's Wynd, above the Cross, Glasgow 1772
    Stirlingshire printing-House in the High Street near the South Gate of the Church (in Gardiner's Land) 1773-83
    Broomedge Hall near Carron 1785-86
    One of the most important of the Scottish chapbook printers. In some of his imprints he advertises 'where travelling booksellers may be served for rags or money'. His business passed to Patrick Mair in 1783, and he removed from Falkirk to Broom-edge-hall, near Carron, on Stirling New Road in 1785, where he printed a few books (not chapbooks) in 1785 and 1786.
    Chapbook Printers; NLS Impr Ind
  • REID, E[llen] stationer and confectioner Dundee
    10 Murraygate 1846
    Ellen Reid bookseller 10 Seagate 1852
    Dundee 1846; Slater 1852
  • REID, Francis bookseller and publisher Glasgow
    91 Trongate 1835
    Glas Dir
  • REID, George printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1668-85
    A child buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 17 June 1668. Married Margaret Maxwell 23 August 1685.
    EdinMarr; GreyBuri
  • REID, George paper warehouse Edinburgh
    Kincaid's Land Cowgate 1773
    Edin Dir
  • REID, George printer Edinburgh
    Fisher's Land Close, Lawnmarket 1775-84
    Baillie Fyfe's Close 1786-88
    West Bow Head 1790
    Head of West Bow 1793-95
    Opposite Magdalene's Chapel [Cowgate Head] 1796-97
    George Reid & Co same address 1799-1803
    Bailie's Land, opposite Magdalene Chapel, Cowgate Denovan's 1804
    Cowgate Head 1805
    George Reid same address 1806-08
    'Vender of all Dr Hill's and other valuable medecines' Edin Dir 1775-84. Apprentice: The National Library of Scotland has a notice of his apprenticeship by James Allan 'James Allan, came to Mr Reid's Printing-Office, on the 15 March 1802; and he was bound on the 5 April 1802; and e will be done with his apprenticeship on the 5 April 1808; which will be seven years and three weeks that he has served to Mr George Reid and Co. as an apprentice, with the small allowance of three shillings per week, with a most horrid grudge'.
    Edin Dir; NLS Impr Ind
  • REID, George wright and printing press maker Edinburgh
    'wright and best printers press maker in Edinburgh!' Candlemaker row 1778
    'the best printing press maker in Europe, and all printing utensils' same address 1780
    'supper [sic] excellent in making all kinds of printing presses etc.' same address 1782-88
    Magdalen's Chapel, Hammerman's Close, Cowgate 1793-1804
    Edin Dir
  • REID, Isaac bookseller and stationer Edinburgh
    47 Broughton Street 1844-45
    Edin Dir
  • REID, J. bookseller and stationer Edinburgh
    47 Broughton Street 1845
    Edin Dir
  • REID, J. & E. stationers Glasgow
    2 Argyle Street 1825
    3 Argyll Street 1828-35
    41 Argyle Street 1837-49
    John Reid is listed separately as of J. & E. Reid Glas Dir 1835
    Glas Dir; Pigot 1825; 1837
  • REID, J. bookseller Lanark
    Lanark 1769
    Sold copies of A cloud of witnesses for the royal prerogatives of Jesus Christ... Glasgow, 1769.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • REID, J. bookseller Leith
    Leith 1760-61
    To sell The British Magazine Caledonian Mercury 9 January 1760; 29 July 1761
  • REID, James apprentice bookseller Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1668
    Brother-german to John Reid, Burgess of Haddington, apprenticed to John Cairnes bookseller 12 August 1668.
  • REID, James bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1676-1701
    Son to James Reid, indweller in Tranent, apprenticed to John Geddes 'stationer' 24 May 1676. John Geddes was a bookbinder. Married Janet Davidson 10 July 1681; wife Janet Davidson buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 26 September 1697. James Reid 'stationer' married Catharine Carmichall, daughter of James Carmichall of Grangehall 28 April 1699. Apprentices: Rodger Robertson 7 April 1686, Burgess 5 February 1696; James Grant 25 June 1701; Charles Cosh Burgess by right of father Thomas Cosh litster 3 September 1712, Guild Brother as apprentice to James Reid bookbinder 3 June 1724.
    EdinPren; EdinMarr; GreyBuri; EdinBurg
  • REID, James journeyman printer Edinburgh
    of The Heirs of Andrew Anderson 1678
    Petitioned the Privy Council to claim exemption from watching and warding as an employee of the King's Printer.
    Register of the Privy Council of Scotland Ser. 3 v. 441
  • REID, James printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1698
    A child buried in Greyfriars Churchyard [14-16] September 1698.
  • REID, James bookseller, stationer, account book manufacturer and newsagent Glasgow
    124 Queen Street 1849
    Glas Dir
  • REID, James bookseller Leith
    Leith 1750-70
    To sell The British Magazine Caledonian Mercury 9 January 1760; 29 July 1761
    NLS Impr Ind
  • REID, James bookseller Peterhead
    Broad Street 1852
    Slater 1852
  • REID, James printer St Andrews
    Kirk Wynd 1837
    Pigot 1837
  • REID, James bookseller and coal, lime, wood and salt agent Tain
    High Street 1852
    Slater 1852
  • REID, John printer Edinburgh
    P. Ramsaeus & J. Rhedius, Edinburgh 1680
    In Bell's Wynd at the head of the Court of Guard 1683-1716?
    Shop below the Caledonian Coffee-House 1702
    Libberton's Wynd 1713
    Burgess 100 merks to the poors box by act of Council 6 November 1678. Apprenticed to the Heirs of Andrew Anderson. Left their service in 1680 and started to print with Patrick Ramsay. As a result of the decree against Sanders in 1680, Mrs Anderson took out letters of horning against him as an apprentice of hers who had not served his term, and had set up as a printer, and had him imprisoned in Edinburgh Tolbooth. He was released by order of the Privy Council on 6 January 1681. On 1 February 1681, he was freed on condition that he find caution 'to serve the Kings printer in the termes and for the space contained in his said band, and in the meantime doe ordaine him to close up his presse' (Register of the Privy Council of Scotland Ser 3.vii.3, 31-33). At the end of 1683, Agnes Campbell and James Anderson her son complained that John Reid in manifest contempt of that decree did not only desert the complainer's service, but set up a press. The Privy Council found that Reid had served ' for a considerable time' and allowed him to continue printing until the case in the Court of Session was settled. In November of the same year Mrs Anderson brought a further action against him for stealing type from her printing office. Married Margaret Edward 12 October 1675; Margaret Edward buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 30 November 1684; Child buried 13 April 1684; 'a halflin' 11 May 1686. Married Anna Halyday 2 July 1687. Children buried 11 July 1694; 16 November 1700; Anna Halyday buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 30 May 1695. household in Poll Tax Returns 1694 wife Anna Halliday; children John and Margaret; apprentices James Voy, George Byres, Archibald Wright, William Cochrane, Peter McGregor; George Byres apprenticed 12 May 1697. Will of 'John Reid elder printer' proved 11 May 1716. Margaret Reid was his daughter. He had a son John, but not apparently the printer, who was perhaps a nephew. Printed a number of broadsides and chapbooks. The latter include An account of the last words of Christian Ker, by Archibald Deans 1702; An account of the admirable conversion of one Sarah Howley, a child of eight 1704; and A true and full relation of the witches of Pittenweem, 1704. After his death in August 1712 his daughter Margaret carried on the business.
    Aldis 1904; EdinBurg; EdinMarr; GreyBuri; EdinTest; Aldis 1904; NLS Impr Ind; Edin Poll Tax Returns 1694; Chapbook Printers; Edinburgh Gazette 20 November and 21 December 1699
  • REID, John junior printer Edinburgh
    Printing House Libberton's Wynd 1699-1719
    The second laigh shop below Mary-King's Closs 1705
    a little within the Head of Borthwick's Closs over against the Cross-Well on the South Side of the Street July 1712
    In Pearson's Closs opposite to the Parliament Closs (a little above the Cross) 1714-20
    Possibly a nephew of John Reid fl. 1680-1713. A prolific printer of last dying speeches, ballads and chapbooks. The imprint of A sermon by Mr James Rows 1715 adds after the address 'where are to be sold choice of little books and ballads'. Married Agnes Bowie, widow of John Currie, merchant, 6 September 1696. Started a paper-mill on the Water-of-Leith called Jinkabout 1714. His widow, Agnes Bowie, married Mr Samuel Arnot printer 8 August 1721. 'The printer hereof is removed from Liberton's Wynd, to a little within the Head of Borthwick's Closs, over against the Cross-Well on the South-side of the Street' The Scots Postman 3 July 1712. Plomer has muddied the waters as far as the two John Reids and Margaret Reid are concerned. Watson says that John Reid junior started business in 1699 (History of Printing p.18) but no book of his bearing that date has been found.
    Aldis 1904; NLS Impr Ind; Chapbook Printers; Edin Marr; Watson; Waterston 1; Thomson
  • REID, John engraver Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1718
    Subscribed to Nisbet's Essay on armories. Edinburgh, 1718.
  • REID, John bookseller Edinburgh
    Head of the College Wynd 1748
    Within the Society Gate 1755
    Edinburgh 1756
    NLS Impr Ind
  • REID, John printer Edinburgh
    Hamilton, Balfour, Neill and Reid in the College 1759-60
    Alexander Donaldson and John Reid Castle Hill 1760-65
    John Reid Baillie Fyfe's Close 1767-73
    Apprenticed to Alexander Murray & James Cochran printers for 6 years 2 September 1761. Burgess and Guild Brother as apprentice to Alexander Murray printer 2 September 1761. Was the printing partner of Hamilton Balfour Neill and Reid from 1759-1760, but could not raise the capital to continue the partnership, and became a partner with Alexander Donaldson from 1760-65 when the partnership was dissolved, The partners failed to agree and in February 1769, Donaldson took the matter took the matter to the Court of Session. The resultant Session Papers gave a great deal of interesting information about the partnership. There is a set of the papers in the National Library of Scotland. They comprise The Petition of Alexander Donaldson bookseller in Edinburgh 28 February 1769; Answers for John Reid printerin Edinburgh to the Petition of Alexander Donaldson 25 April 1769; The Petition of John Reid printer in Edinburgh 20 July 1769; Answers for Alexander Donaldson to the Petition of John Reid 8 October 1769. A specimen of the printing types and flowers belonging to John Reid, printer. Edinburgh: printed by John Reid, 1768, is in a private collection in the U.S.A. There are photocopies in St Bride's Printing Library and The National Library of Scotland. He was sued in 1773 by William Johnston of London for printing an edition of Henry Brooke's Fool of Quality.
    NLS Impr Ind; Edin Dir; EdinPren; EdinBurg; McDougall. Smugglers
  • REID, John bookseller Glasgow
    Glasgow 1665-76
    John Reid merchant Burgess as serving apprentice with deceased William Bogill bookbinder 25 July 1665. Guild Brother same right 14 January 1670. One of the debtors in A. Anderson's inventory 1676 (Bann.Misc.ii,283)
    GlasBurg; Aldis 1904
  • REID, John & Co bookseller Glasgow
    Glasgow 1831
    58 Hutcheson Street 1832
    booksellers, stationers, publishers and importers of foreign books 81 Queen Street 1835
    36 [30 in index] Queen Street Pigot 1837
    Glasgow 1838-40
    Second son of John Reid M.D. and Jean Gavin, was born in Glasgow 2 April 1808. Apprenticed to a firm of booksellers in Glasgow. At the end of his apprenticeship he went to London, where he worked for Black & Young, foreign publishers. In a few years he returned to Glasgow, where he started as a bookseller and publisher on his own account. While studying Gaelic a friend asked him to catalogue his Gaelic books for him. This led to the compilation of Bibliotheca Scoto-Celtica, which he published in 1832. He married Anne McLaren in 1836, and they had one daughter. In 1840 he gave up his business and went to Hong Kong to edit a newspaper and prepare a Chinese dictionary. He died there in 1841 or 1842.
  • REID, John bookseller and newspaper office Glasgow
    13 Commerce Street 1844
    83 King Street, Tradeston 1847
    Glas Dir
  • REID, John & Son printers, booksellers and stationers Paisley
    18 High Street 1851-52
    James Reid bookseller, stationer and newsagent same address 1868
    Paisley 1851; 1868; Slater 1852
  • REID, M. W. printer Edinburgh
    1 Gabriel Road 1834-37
    4 Nottingham Place 1842-45
    M. W. Reid and Son same address 1846-54
    Gray 1834; 1835; 1837; Edin Dir
  • REID, Margaret (Lucky) printer Edinburgh
    Cowgate at the foot of the Horsewynd 1712-20
    Daughter of John Reid and his first wife Margaret Edward. On the death of her father, she seems to have taken over her father's types and the printing-office of Andrew Symson who died about the same time. Until at least 1720 she produced from that address a stream of last dying speeches, ballads, chapbooks etc. most of which have the address but neither name nor date. She fell foul of Allan Ramsay for pirating one of his poems and the result was the 'Elegy on Lucky Reid'.
    NLS Impr Ind; Edin Poll Tax Returns 1694; Chapbook Printers
  • REID, Peter bookbinder Aberdeen
    5 Long Acre 1827
    40 Broad Street 1832
    Learned trade with John Philip.
  • REID, Peter printer Edinburgh
    Clark's Entry, Bristo 1800-01
    Edin Dir
  • REID, Peter bookseller, printer and seller of fishing materials Wick
    Bridge End Pulteney 1829-37
    & newspaper printer same address 1836-1852
    Born Gallowhill, Wick 1809, died 18 February 1886. Set up a printing press in 1832, probably taking over W. Todd's press. Published The John O'Groat Journal and Caithness Monthly 1st February 1836. Within 16 months it was a weekly. From 1836-42 it was edited by Benjamin Miller Kennedy. It warmly adopted political reform, free trade, temperance, and non intrusion. Kennedy went to Arbroath and after an interlude was succeeded as editor by John Mackie of Fraserburgh about 1845. In 1850 Mackie broke away and started The Northern Ensign.
    Pigot 1837; Slater 1852; Cowan; John Mowat 'Books and Printing in Caithness' Records of the Glasgow Bibliographical Society vi 84-94 (1920)
  • REID, Robert printer & stationer Lauder
    Lauder 1852
    Slater 1852
  • REID, Robert bookseller and stationer Leven
    36 High Street October 1834
    and printer same address 1839-August 1854
    Robert Reid was the son of John Reid of St Cuthbert's parish in Edinburgh, and was born in 1808. On 18 November 1830 he married, in Kirkcaldy, Catherine Lambert, daughter of Andrew Lambert, weaver in Linktown. His occupation at that time is given as bookbinder. He possibly came to Leven because of the death in February 1834 of John Elder, Pastor of the Congregational Chapel in Leven also acted as librarian, bookseller and stationer. In 1852 he was recorded as bookseller, stationer, printer, sub-distributor of stamps and circulating library. He went bankrupt in August 1854, and he and his family emigrated to Australia. Unfortunately, about 1000 miles out of Melbourne, the ship sprung a leak, and everyone had to take turns at the pumps. He survived the ship's arrival in Melbourne only six weeks, dying on 3 June 1855.
    Campbell Leven; Pigot 1837; Slater 1852
  • REID, Robert bookseller Paisley
    Paisley 1786-88
    Cotton-Street New Town 1789
    Martin Luther's Commentary upon Galations was printed for him in Paisley in 1786. In 1789 he published the Whole works of the Rev. Mr. Robert Millar. Glasgow Mercury 10 March 1789.
    NLS Impr Ind; Crawford
  • REID, Thomas bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1644-48
    Married Janet Wilkie 17 July 1644. Burgess by right of wife Jonet daughter to umquhile John Wilkie candlemaker 29 January 1645. Will registered February 1648.
    EdinMarr; EdinBurg; EdinTest
  • REID, Thomas book warehouse and temperance depository Glasgow
    32 Maxwell Street 1840
    Glas Dir
  • REID, Walter seal engraver Edinburgh
    21 George Street 1838
    seal engraver from Paris (after an absence of twenty-five years from his native city) 7 Queen Street 1871-84
    Reid & Reid (Walter junior) same address 1885
    picture dealers & printsellers 198 Rose Street 1886
    Edin Dir
  • REID, William bookseller Aberdeen
    Milton's Head Upperkirkgate 1802
    Aberdeen 1803-18
    Took over the account-books of George Ironside. Described as 'late bookseller' in Aberdeen Directory 1831.
  • REID, William printer Edinburgh
    Canongate 1788
    Married Catherine daughter of the deceased John Paterson shoemaker 26 February 1788.
  • REID, William printer Edinburgh
    33 Howe Street 1826
    1 Gabriel's Road 1827-33
    Mrs W. Reid same address 1834-41
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1837
  • REID, William printer and bookseller Glasgow
    James Brash and William Reid 114 Trongate opposite the Laigh Kirk Close 1790-91
    Trongate 1799-1801
    170 Trongate 1803-17
    Son of Robert Reid baker and Christian Wood, was born in Glasgow 10 April 1764. He was apprenticed to the typefounder of the Wilsons, and then learned bookselling with Dunlop and Wilson of Glasgow. In 1790 he entered into partnership with James Brash with whom he set up a highly successful bookselling business. William Reid wrote additional verses for some of Burn's songs, Of a' the airts the winds can blaw ad John Anderson my jo, as well as to Robert Fergusson's Lea Rig, and a Monody on the death of Burns. All these appeared in Brash and Reid's Poetry Original and Selected. The business was dissolved by mutual consent on 3 November 1817. William Reid then took his brother-in-law, Archibald Henderson into partnership, as Reid and Henderson. When that partnership too was wound up on 3 April 1826, he carried on the business with his son, also called William, as William Reid & Son. The father retired about 1829 and died 22 November 1831, being survived by his wife, Elizabeth Henderson. There was an obituary in The Scots Times 29 November 1831.
    NLS Impr Ind; J. C. Ewing. Brash and Reid booksellers in Glasgow and their collection of Poetry original and selected. Records of the Glasgow Bibliographical Society xxi pp.1-20, 1936; DNB
  • REID, William and Company printer Glasgow
    Courier Office Trongate second entry from King Street 1791-96
    At the Cross 1796-1809
    6 Gallowgate 1815-20
    Near the Cross 1820
    Tontine Back Buildings 1825-28
    Died in April 1829, aged 71 years, Timperley p.909. printer of The Glasgow Courier. W. J. Couper. 'The Glasgow periodical press in the eighteenth century.' Records of the Glasgow Bibliographical Society viii. 128-131; NLS Impr Ind; Glas Dir; Pigot 1820; 1825
  • REID, William & Son booksellers Glasgow
    54 Trongate 1828
    Glas Dir
  • REID, William stationer and account book manufacturer Glasgow
    35 Queen Street 1840-44
    Glas Dir
  • REID, William hawker of books Isle of Bute
    Isle of Bute 1799
    Sometime a hawker of books, and latterly teacher of a country school at Lubas in the parish of Kingarth, Isle of Bute. Will registered 28 January 1799.
  • REID, William stationer Johnston
    High Street 1825
    Pigot 1825
  • REID, William bookseller Kirkwall
    Main Street 1837
    & print seller Broad Street 1852
    Pigot 1837; Slater 1852
  • REID, William bookseller Leith
    Foot of Tolbooth wynd 1793-95
    New Quay 1796-1811
    printer and bookseller same address 1812
    74 Shore and opposite the New Custom House North Leith 1813-18
    printer and bookseller 40 Shore and opposite the New Custom-House North Leith 1819-21
    40 Shore - Commercial List Office, 3 Bernard Street 1822
    William Reid & Son 40 Shore 1823-24
    booksellers, stationers, printers and circulating library 40 Shore, printing office 3 Bernard Street (1830) 1825-40
    36 Shore 1841-43
    William Charles Reid same address 1844
    William Reid & Son same address 1845-46
    Reid & Son same address 1847-63
    34 Shore and 55 Bernard Street 1864-70
    35 Shore and 55 Bernard Street 1871-73
    35 Shore and 54 Bernard Street 1874
    35 Shore and 38 Timber Bush 1875-86
    Member of the Edinburgh Bookseller's Society 3 October 1796. Burgess and Guild Brother of Edinburgh in right of wife Jessie daughter of Charles Walker vintner 17 April 1804.'Foot of Queen Street' Denovan's 1804. He was joint residuary legatee of John Fairbairn, with Archibald Constable, 1810. He was publisher of Reid's Leith and London Smack direcctory. He had a son William Charles Reid 1833-46. C.P. Reid 1847. Apprentice: Alexander Cannon printer Burgess and Guild Brother as apprentice to William Reid, printer and bookseller Leith 11 February 1841 apprenticed the same day as from 1 March 1822.
    NLS Impr Ind; EdinBurg; Gray 1833; Edin Dir; Constable; Sher. Edinburgh Booksellers
    10 Wilson Street 1818-20
    Glas Dir
    13 Queen Street 1835
    Edin Dir
    6 East Register Street 1824-32
    Edinburgh Bible Society Repository 13 Queen Street 1833-44
    Edinburgh Religious Tract Society 6 York Place 1845-53
    13 South St Andrew Street 1854-85
    99 George Street 1886-20th Century
    New Dir 1824 has 16 East Register Street.
    Edin Dir
  • RENFREWSHIRE ADVERTISER OFFICE newspaper office Greenock
    2 Cathcart Street 1845
    Continues The Paisley Advertiser 3 August 1844. Absorbed by The Glasgow Constitutional in 1850.
    Newsplan Scotland; Greenock 1845
  • RENFREWSHIRE REFORMER newspaper office Glasgow
    56 Trongate and 28 Nelson Street 1835
    Glas Dir
  • RENNIE, George printer Aberdeen
    61 Broad Street 1845-76
  • RENTON, Henry newspaper office Edinburgh
    Of The Edinburgh Star 10 Hunter Square - house 15 Buccleugh Place 1824-26
    Edin Dir
  • RENWICK, John stationer Jedburgh
    High Street 1837
    Canongate 1852
    Pigot 1837; Slater 1852
  • RENWICK, William bookseller, stationer, druggist and postmaster Jedburgh
    High-street 1820
    bookseller and printer same address 1825
    'Doubtful; Requires renewals too often but has a good business and is too well liked' Oliver and Boyd Travellers Logbook NLS Acc.5000/78
    Pigot 1820; 1825; Bell
  • REOCH [ROACH] and RAMSAY bookbinders Edinburgh
    Reoch and Ramsay 36 Rose Street 1830
    Roach and Ramsay same address 1831-32
    Peter Roach bookbinder 208 Canongate 1833-48
    James Roach bookbinder same address 1849-65
    Edin Dir
  • REOCH, George H. stationer Leith
    14 Tolbooth Wynd 1847
    Edin Dir
  • RETTIE, John bookseller and stationer Aberdeen
    8 Union Street 1829
    14 Union Street 1831
    Succeeded Alexander Angus & Son.The National Library of Scotland has Catalogue of books belonging to the bankrupt estate of Mr John Rettie, bookseller, Aberdeen. To be sold by auction for the behoof of his creditors by John Carfrae & Sons, Edinburgh 28 November 1831.
  • RETTIE, William printer Aberdeen
    John Burnett and William Rettie printers Nether Kirk Gate 1795-99
    William Rettie The Close, opposite the Post Office, Netherkirkgate 1799-1800
    9 Long Acre 1800-01
    Aberdeen 1802
    Partnership between John Burnett and William Rettie ended in March 1800. Aberdeen Journal 31 March 1800.
    William R. MacDonald. 'Circulating libraries in the North-East of Scotland in the eighteenth century'. The Bibliotheck v 121, 129-130. NLS Impr Ind; Beavan
  • REYNOLDS, Andrew printer Edinburgh
    10 South St James Street 1825-31
    Edin Dir

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