Sanders - Sellar, James

  • SANDERS [SAUNDERIS], James redar in the High Kirk, bookseller and bookbinder Glasgow
    Glasgow 1622-42
    Burgess 23 May 1622; Burgess and Guild Brother by warrant of the provost baillies and council, for service done and to be done and to give him the better curage heirefter 2 September 1630. Apprentice as 'stationer'; father of Robert Sanders. Sold a Bible to the Cathedral authorities in 1625. One of the debtors in Bryson's inventory in 1642 (Bann.Misc.ii,261; William Stewart 'Early Glasgow Printers' in Glasgow Herald 18.iv,03.); Mentioned by D. Murray as a bookbinder in Records of the Glasgow Bibliographical Society i,77,note 1 (1912-13). Apprentice: John Hamilton Burgess as serving apprentice with James Sanderis stationer 18 March 1653.
    GlasBurg; Aldis 1904
  • SANDERS, Robert printer and bookbinder Glasgow
    Glasgow 1656-94
    Burgess and Guild Brother as eldest son to deceased James Sanderis reider 10 April 1656. No trade given. Nephew of William Sanders, Professor of Mathematics in St Andrews University. On 23 September 1661 the Town Council of Glasgow granted him an annual subsidy of forty pounds Scots. He was one of the debtors in Lithgow's inventory in 1662. He was 'Printer to the Toun' in 1662 and 'Printer to the City and University' in 1672. He was prosecuted by A. Anderson in 1671, and by his heir in 1680 for infringement of their patent. About 1683 he purchased George Swinton's share of the gift as King's Printer and appears as 'One of His Majesties Printers' in that year. In 1684 he was interdicted by the Privy Council from pirating Forbes's Aberdeen Almanacs. He died 12 July 1694, and was succeeded by his son Robert. The will of his widow, Bessie Corbet was registered 26 December 1706. Apprentices: James Browne bookbinder Burgess as serving apprentice with Robert Sanders bookbinder 24 January 1661. (Guild Brother same right 20 January 1670). The original indenture by which Robert Sanders stationer in Glasgow agrees to take David Pollock, son of James Pollock, merchant and late baillie in Glasgow, as his apprentice for five years 'in his trade and calling of binding and gilding books, upholstering of coffers and chistes' survives in the SRO.
    W.J. Couper 'Robert Sanders the elder' Records of the Glasgow Bibliographical Society. iii (1914). W.J. Couper. 'Three West Country bibliographical problems. 1. The ancestry of Robert Sanders printer in Glasgow... Records of the Glasgow Biblio-graphical Society. vii (1923); William Stewart 'Early Glasgow Printers' in Glasgow Herald 18.iv,03; Watson p.12; Burgh Records Society Glasgow 1630-62,462;469; AbP.lii,lv.; GlasBurg; GlasTest; Aldis 1904; SRO Register of Deeds RD4/36 pp.710-711
  • SANDERS, Robert junior printer Glasgow
    One of His (Her) Majesties printers, printer to the City and University, Glasgow 1695-1713
    His shop opposite to the college 1713-14
    A little above the Grammar School Wynd 1714-17
    In the Salt Mercat, a little below the Well 1718
    In the Salt-Mercat, a little below Gibson's Wynd 1714, 1719-27
    Son and successor of Robert Sanders. Usually designated 'of Auldhouse'. Printer to the City and University and One of His Majesties Printers. Robert Sanders merchant Burgess and Guild Brother as eldest son to deceased Robert Sanders printer 22 February 1715. Died 8th or 9th January 1730.
    Aldis 1904; GlasBurg; NLS Impr Ind; W. J. Couper. Robert Sanders the elder. Records of the Glasgow Bibliographical Society iii pp.26-88, 1914; W. J. Couper. Three West country bibliographical problems. I. The ancestry of Robert Sanders, printer in Glasgow... Records of the Glasgow Bibliographical Society ii pp.13-18, 1923. Stewart 'Early Glasgow Printers' in Glasgow Herald 25.iv,04. Watson p.13; Wodrow. Analecta iv,102.
  • SANDERSON CRAIG & CO engravers, copperplate printers and millwrights Glasgow
    Albyn Iron Works 1837
    Pigot 1837
  • SANDERSON, D. & Co printers Edinburgh
    Milne's Court, Lawnmarket 1814-16
    Edin Dir
  • SANDERSON, Daniel printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1798
    Married Petrie daughter of John Hope shoemaker in Jedburgh 10 December 1798.
  • SANDERSON, Daniel printer Edinburgh
    Old Post Office Close 1818
    Edin Dir
  • SANDERSON, John engraver Edinburgh
    15 Carnegie Street 1824
    13 Carnegie Street 1825
    lapidary and mineral dealer 32 St Andrews Square 1826-37
    John Sanderson & Son and seal engravers same address 1838-45
    Sanderson & Son same address 1846-51
    15 George Street 1852-63
    92 Princes Street 1864-79
    96 Princes Street 1880-85
    J. H. Sanderson of Sanderson & Son 1839-48.
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1837
  • SANDERSON, John engraver Edinburgh
    13 East Adam Street 1835-37
    Gray 1835; 1837
  • SANDERSONE, Robert bookseller Glasgow
    Glasgow 1654
    One of the debtors in Andrew Wilson's inventory 1654 (Bann.Misc.ii,278).
    Aldis 1904
  • SANDERSON, William printer Edinburgh
    Milne's Court 1817
    William Sanderson & Co Old Fishmarket Close, High Sreet 1824
    15 Old Fish Market Close Pigot 1825
    Craig's Close 1825
    William Sanderson same address 1826-28
    Anchor Close, High Street 1832-33
    243 High Street 1835-36
    Printed ballads and last dying speeches etc. from 1832 to 1836. He was succeeded at 243 High Street by John Elder.
    Edin Dir; Chapbook Printers; Pigot 1825
  • SANDERSON, William printer Edinburgh
    251 High Street 1835-36
    Gray 1835; 1836
  • SANDILANDS, John bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1733-37
    Burgess by right of father Captain Alexander Sandilands 16 May 1733. His apprentice, Charles Hutchison absconded after the Porteous riots 7 September 1736.
    EdinBurg; Caledonian Mercury 25 January 1737
  • SANDILANDS, Patrick paper maker Aberdeen
    Gordon's Mills 1696-1700?
  • SANDS, Hugh apprentice bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1737
    Son to John Sands, indweller in Culross, apprenticed to Archibald Richardson bookbinder 14 December 1737.
  • SANDS, Hugh bookbinder Glasgow
    Glasgow 1753
    George Dunlop apprenticed to Hugh Sands bookbinder Glasgow 1753
  • SANDS, William bookseller Edinburgh
    In the Parliament Closs 1728-69
    Edinburgh 1770
    William Sands, Alexander Brymer, Alexander Murray and James Cochran Edinburgh 1739-43
    James Cochran and Company Edinburgh 1743
    W. Sands, A. Murray and J. Cochran Edinburgh 1744-48
    Printing-house third story up the turnpike on the East side below the middle of Craig's Close, opposite to the Cross, on the North-side of the Street April 1748
    Edinburgh 1749-55
    W. Sands, A. Donaldson, A. Murray and J. Cochran Edinburgh 1755-59
    W. Sands, A. Murray and J. Cochran Edinburgh 1758-69
    A. Murray and J. Cochran 1769-72
    Married Ann Stewart daughter of Mr Dougall Stewart Minister at Rothesay 2 May 1736. Caledonian Mercury 20 March 1762. Sands, Brymer, Murray and Cochran started the Scots Magazine. Murray and Cochrane were the printers, Sands and Brymer were booksellers. Mr William Sands bookseller died 9 December 1770. He had several sons, one of whom went to India, returned to Scotland with a fortune' 'Charles Elliot succeeded to his business and stock.' Miss Christian daughter of deceased Mr William Sands married Charles Elliot bookseller 5 September 1780. Scots Magazine. Apprentices: Hugh Aitken [Hugh Atkins, son of Hugh Atkins of Adam Croft 1728 Maxted] 'bookbinder' 8 January 1729; William Burnet 31 May 1734.
    NLS Impr Ind; EdinMarr; EdinPren; Maxted; Constable i 533
  • SANDS, William bookseller Edinburgh
    Parliament Close 1762
    Caledonian Mercury 20 March 1762
  • SANGSTER [Andrew] & DUNLOP wholesale stationers &c. Edinburgh
    16 South St David's Street 1847-56
    Edin Dir
  • SANGSTER, Alexander bookseller Peterhead
    Peterhead 1819
    Broad Street 1825
    Annals of Peterhead. Peterhead, 1819; Pigot 1825
  • SANGSTER, Andrew stationer Edinburgh
    3 Barony Street 1841-42
    Edin Dir
  • SANGSTER, John bookbinder Aberdeen
    Aberdeen 1686-1701
    Beavan quoting Aldis
  • SANGSTER, Peter bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1765-72
    Peebles Wynd 1773
    Back of the Fountain Well 1774-78
    Sandilands Close 1780-99
    Wardrop's Court 1800-05
    Married Jean daughter to deceast - Ramsay in Oldrain, Argyllshire 7 April 1765. Married Isobel Kerr [Miss Isabella daughter to deceased William Kerr candlemaker married Hugh Kinloch merchant 12 November 1783] relict of the deceast Mr Hugh Kinloch grocer in Canongate Kirk 9 April 1795.
    EdinMarr; Edin Dir CanonMarr
  • SATURDAY and WEDNESDAY JOURNAL newpaper office Edinburgh
    33 St Andrew Square 1840
    Edin Dir
  • SATURDAY EDINBURGH EVENING POST newspaper office Edinburgh
    Evening Post and Scottish Literary Gazette 19 West Register Street 1828
    Evening Post 1 West Register Street 1829
    Saturday Evening Post 10 Princes Street 1830
    13 Shakespeare Square 1831-33
    10 South Saint David's Street 1834-35
    16 South St David Street 1836-40
    Evening Post & Scottish Standard same address 1841-43
    27 Hanover Street 1844-45
    30 Hanover Street 1846-55
    Evening Post and Scottish Record 30 Hanover Street printing office 82 Rose Street 1856
    publishing office 78 Rose Street, printing office 82 Rose Street 1857-60
    21 George Street 1861-62
    Not in Edin Dir 1830.
    Edin Dir
  • SATURDAY POST newspaper office Glasgow
    Turner's Court, 87 Argyll Street 1847-49
    Glas Dir
  • SAUNDERS & Co newspaper publishers Dundee
    3 Overgate 1852
    Printers and publishers of The Dundee, Perth & Cupar Advertiser
    Slater 1852
  • SAUNDERS, Duncan bookseller Dundee
    34 Hilltown 1852
    Slater 1852
  • SAUNDERS, Gilbert bookseller Blairgowrie
    Allan street 1837
    High Street 1852
    Pigot 1837; Slater 1852
  • SAWERS, James and Company bookseller and stationer Edinburgh
    32 Princes Street 1808
    Edin Dir
  • SAWERS, James bookbinder Edinburgh
    59 South Bridge 1809-10
    William Sawers same address 1811-12
    4 Catherine Street 1813
    Edin Dir
  • SAWERS, James bookseller and publisher Edinburgh
    bookseller and publisher 8 Calton Street 1814-16
    Miss Sawers no trade same address 1817
    Edin Dir
  • SAWERS, James bookseller and publisher Edinburgh
    Waterloo Place 1819
    Edin Dir
  • SAWERS, James bookbinder Edinburgh
    Stamp Office Close 1819
    Edin Dir
  • SAWERS, James bookseller Glasgow
    73 Wilson Street 1818-19
    James Sawers stationer Burgess and Guild Brother by purchase 6 January 1816.
    GlasBurg; Glas Dir
  • SAWERS, William bookbinder Edinburgh
    James Sawers 59 South Bridge 1809-10
    William Sawers same address 1811-12
    4 Catherine Street 1813
    Edinburgh 1814
    Burgess in right of father William Sawers merchant 23 June 1814.
    Edin Dir; EdinBurg
  • SAWERS, William bookseller Edinburgh
    11 College Street 1817
    Edin Dir
  • SCADLOCK, James artist, engraver, bookbinder and poet Paisley and Perth
    engraver Perth 1803-04
    Born in Paisley 7 October 1775. Worked in Perth as an engraver 1803-04. Married Mary Ewing in Paisley 9 April 1808. Died in Paisley or Glasgow of typhoid 4 September 1818
    Johnst3; McLaren Scadlock. The posthumous works of James Scadlock. Containing poems, songs, odes, and other poetical pieces. With a sketch of the author's life. Paisley, Printed by J. Neilson, jun., 1818. Robert Brown. The Paisley poets. Paisley, 1889-90. 2 vols. James Scadlock: I, 96-101.
  • SCHAW, Daniel printer Edinburgh
    Head Horse Wynd 1788
    Currie's Close, Castle Hill 1793-94
    Hastie's Close, Cowgate 1795
    Daniel Schaw and James Pillans Hastie's Close, West from Adam's Square 1796-97
    Daniel Schaw and Company Riddell's Close Lawnmarket 1797-1804
    D. Schaw and Son foot of Riddell's Close Lawnmarket 1804-06
    Head of Forrester's Wynd 1807-08
    Riddell's Close, Lawnmarket 1809-14
    D. Schaw same address 1815-18
    James Schaw same address 1819
    Riddell's Court, 322 Lawnmarket 1820-22
    James Schaw and Company same address 1823-29
    23 Thistle Street 1830-35
    Married Helen daughter of James Robertson staymaker 8 May 1778. The Son would seem to be James Schaw printer whose house is given as 21 South College Street in 1809-10
    EdinMarr; NLS Impr Ind; Edin Dir
  • SHAW [SCHAW], Gideon stationer Edinburgh
    In the Parliament Close at the sign of the Blue Bible 1670-87
    Son to Mr John Shaw, Minister of Selkirk, apprenticed with David Trinsh bookseller 5 September 1660. Burgess as apprentice to David Trinsh stationer 20 November 1667; he married Elisabeth Cunninghame 15 November 1672; Guild Brother by right of wife Elspeth daughter to William Cunninghame merchant 11 February 1674. He served on the jury at Major Weir's trial in April 1670, and was one of the six booksellers who appealed successfully against A. Anderson's monopoly in 1671. A child buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 1 March 1676. Sold Lockyer's antimonial Pilulae Radiis Solis Extractae in 1676. He married Marion Marshell 1 February 1683, and they had a son William. A 'halflin' was buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 10 February 1687. Gideon Shaw was buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 9 March 1687, and his will was registered 24 March 1688, the inventory was published in Bann.Misc.ii,292. Apprentices: Walter Cunningham 27 November 1667, Burgess 19 March 1679; John Harper 11 February 1673; Patrick Rutherford 16 February 1676; Andrew Chalmers 20 June 1683, Burgess 22 February 1689.
    Lee. Appendix xxiv;; Ravillac Redivivus. London, 1678, p.63. EdinPren; EdinBurg; EdinMarr; Aldis 1904; GreyBuri; EdinTest; A.S. Hargreaves 'Some Later Seventeenth-Century Book-Trade Activities'. Quadrat 6 3-5 (1997)
  • SCHAW [SHAW], James printer Edinburgh
    Daniel Schaw Riddells's Close 1797-1803
    [Daniel] Schaw & Son, Foot of Riddle's Close, Lawnmarket 1804-06
    Head of Forrester's Wynd 1807-08
    Riddell's Close 1809-19
    James Schaw Riddell's Court 322 Lawnmarket 1820-22
    James Shaw & Co same address 1823-29
    23 Thistle Street 1830-35
    Not in trade index Edin Dir 1835. Burgess in right of father Daniel Schaw printer 26 March 1824.
    NLS Impr Ind; Edin Dir; EdinBurg
  • SCHAW, William bookseller Edinburgh
    Parliament Square 1775-77
    Sold Mostyn Armstrong's maps in 1775. Caledonian Mercury, and copies of William Ward's A new treatise on the method of breeding horses. Edinburgh, 1776. Member of the Edinburgh Bookseller's Society 7 February 1776.
    NLS Impr Ind; Edin Dir; Sher. Edinburgh Booksellers
  • SCHENCK, Friedrich [Frederick] lithographic printer Edinburgh
    9 Greenside Place 1842-49
    [Schenck & Ghemar 1848-49]
    Schenk & [William Husband] M'Farlane 19 St James Square 1850-64
    14 and 19 St James Square 1865-71
    Friedrich Schenck 50 George Street 1859-61
    12 Royal Exchange 1862-65
    Friedrich Schenck & Son 11 Hanover Street 1866
    8 South St Andrews Street 1867-68
    Friedrich Schenck same address 1868-69
    11 Lothian Street 1870-73
    artist, lithographer and Professor of German 3 Castle Street 1874
    Professor of German same address 1875
    6 Castle Street 1876-78
    30 Castle Street 1879-85
    Madame Schenck same address 1886
    Emil Ernst Friedrich Theodor Schenck was born in Offenbach in 1811 and died in Edinburgh in 1885. He trained as lithographer and artist in Munich and Paris, and was brought, with W. Wahler, to Edinburgh by Samuel Leith [q.v.] in 1840. He gave lectures on and demon-strations of lithography to the R.S.S.A. and was awarded their gold medal for contributions to the development of lithography in Scotland. From 1848-50, he published a number of prints with Louis Joseph Ghemar 1820-75. In 1857 Schenk wrote the article on lithography for 8th edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica. In 1859 the partnership with W.H. M'Farlane was dissolved, Macfarlane continuing as Schenck and M'Farlane, and Schenck setting up again as Friedrich Schenck. In 1866 he took his son Frederick into partnership, the partnership being dissolved in 1868 to allow the son to pursue an artistic career. In 1875 he retired and taught French, German and writing from his home in Castle Street until his death in 1885.
    Edin Dir; Schenck; Johnst3
  • SCHENCK, Johannes printer Edinburgh
    Edimburgi 1596
    False imprint of Officina theologica Danielis Hofmanni professoris theologiae in ducis Brunsuicensium academia. It was probably printed in Germany.
  • SCHOENBERG, Lewis teacher of languages, lithographer and copperplate printer Aberdeen
    10 Belmont Street ca 1825-32
    teacher of languages 83 Union Street 1833-34
    19 Great George Street, London 1835
    Beavan; Schenck
  • SCHOOL OF ARTS circulating library Edinburgh
    2 Chapel Street 1837
    Secretary George M. Sinclair 1837.
    Pigot 1837
  • SCLATER, Alexander wood engraver Edinburgh
    63 North Bridge 1848-55
    1 Blenheim Place 1856-60
    Same address as Robert Sclater & Son. Died 23 January 1863.
    Edin Dir; Johnst3
  • SCLATER [SLATER], Robert die and stamp cutter Edinburgh
    St Leonard's Street 1809-10
    Foot Monteith's Close 1811
    32 Parliament Square 1812-13
    33 Parliament Square 1814
    32 Parliament Square 1815-18
    153 High Street 1819-26
    Robert Sclater & Son 11 South Bridge 1827-37
    and button makers same address 1838-43
    die and stamp cutters and wood and brass engravers same address 1844
    die and stamp cutters 63 North Bridge 1845-62
    26 St James Square 1863-66
    Robert Sclater 56 Clerk Street 1867
    Robert senior and junior Edin Dir 1832-44; Robert and Alexander Edin Dir 1845-47.
    Edin Dir
  • SCOBIE, David bookseller & bookbinder Perth
    52 George Street 1852
    Slater 1852
  • SCOTCH REFORMERS GAZETTE newspaper office Glasgow
    75 Argyll Street 1844-49
    Glas Dir
  • SCOTLAND, Adam bookseller Kincardine
    Kincardine 1852
    Slater 1852
  • SCOTLAND, G. D. bookbinder Glasgow
    51 Stockwell Street 1840
    and stationer 16 Hutcheson Street 1844-47
    and mathematical and surveying instruments same address 1849
    Glas Dir
  • SCOTLAND, John apprentice bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1750
    Son to deceased Peter Scotland bookbinder at Crieff, apprenticed to William Gray bookbinder 27 June 1750.
    EdinPren; Maxted
  • SCOTLAND, John printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1784
    Married Angus [!] daughter of deceased Morrice Crawfoord coppersmith 3 June 1784.
  • SCOTLAND, Peter bookbinder Crieff
    Crieff before 1750
    Son to deceased Peter Scotland bookbinder at Crieff, apprenticed to William Gray bookbinder 27 June 1750.
    EdinPren; Maxted
  • SCOTS CHRONICLE printer Edinburgh
    Printing Office Murdoch's Close, High Street 1796-1802
    Edin Dir; NLS Impr Ind
  • SCOTS LAW CHRONICLE newspaper office Edinburgh
    297 High Street 1829-30
    38 George Street 1831
    Edin Dir
  • SCOTSMAN newspaper office Edinburgh
    166 High Street 1818-22
    257 High Street 1823-61
    30 Cockburn Street 1862-64
    30 Cockburn Street - publishing office 28 Cockburn Street 1865-89
    30 Cockburn Street and 18 Great Junction Street, Leith - publishing office 28 Cockburn Street 1890
    30 Cockburn Street and 51 Great Junction Street - publishing office 28 Cockburn Street 1891-98
    30 Cockburn Street and 53 Leith Walk - publishing office 28 Cockburn Street 1899-20th Century
    Edin Dir
  • SCOTS TIMES newspaper office Glasgow
    90 Brunswick Street 1835
    28 Nelson Street and 56 Trongate 1840
    Glas Dir
  • SCOTS WHITE WRITING PAPER COMPANY paper makers Edinburgh and Yester
    Yester Mill, East Lothian 1694-1703
    Braid Mill near Edinburgh 1695-1703
    Nicolas Dupin and Denis Manes floated a joint stock company in 1694 with a capital of £5,000, The Society of the White-Writing and Printing Paper Manufactory of Scotland. The Committee members included George Mossman stationer. They had a warehouse at Heriot's Bridge in the Grassmarket. They asked for a monopoly of paper-making in Scotland in 1694, but this was refused on the grounds that there were already other paper mills. They ran into financial trouble perhaps exacerbated by the conduct of their Clerk, Robert Henderson who was imprisoned in the Tolbooth at Edinburgh 'for alledged imbazelling the effects belonging to the said manufactory'. He was released in May 1703 because the tacksmen brought no charge against him. The Company made a tack of the two paper-mills 17 September 1703 to George Kerr, merchant and George Livingstoune wright both of Edinburgh on condition that they retained the existing apprentices and workmen. Both mills were still working as papermills in 1714, and Yester was offered for let in working order in 1774. Waterston mentions a papermark COMPANY surmounted by a crowned thistle in two bonds of 1697, and illustrates photographs of a mark BRED / DUPIN in a deed of 1700, and BRAID in an ornamental cartouche in a deed of 17 March 1703 and YESTER in a similar cartouche in a deed of 20 June 1705.
    Waterston 1; Thomson
  • SCOTT, DRENNAN & Co papermakers Linlithgow
    Carriden Mills 1852
    Slater 1852
  • SCOTT & DRYSDALE general stationers Edinburgh
    61 Princes Street 1827
    Edin Dir
  • SCOTT [Alexander] & FERGUSON lithographers Glasgow
    14 North Street 1872
    A branch of Scott & Ferguson of Edinburgh. Glas Dir 1872 also lists the Edinburgh address of the firm. The venture seems to have been abandoned within the year.
  • SCOTT & JENKINS printer Greenock
    Greenock 1820?
    Printed The gallant exploits of Lord Dundee also The Oxfordshire Tragedy; or, The Virgin's Advice and The Merry Frolics; or, The Comical Cheats of Swalpo all without date. The woodcuts on the titlepages of the first two were also used by William Scott.
    Chapbook Printers
  • SCOTT [James] & MACKENZIE [Alexander] printers and newspaper office Greenock
    2 Bank Street 1845
    Publishers of The Greenock Advertiser.
    Greenock 1845
    79 Prince's Street 1850
    Edin Dir
  • SCOTT, Alexander printer and bookseller Edinburgh
    Gazetteer Office 28 South Bridge 1793
    Indicted for sedition January 1794 and absconded. The National Library of Scotland has the original indictment and a pamphlet entitled Reasons justifying the departure of A. Scott [1794].
    NLS Impr Ind; Edin Dir
  • SCOTT, Alexander engraver Edinburgh
    4 Northumberland Place 1846-63
    93 West Gilmore Place 1864-68
    Only in main directory Edin Dir 1850.
    Edin Dir
  • SCOTT, Alexander engraver and lithographer Edinburgh
    11 South St Andrew's Street 1850-51
    Scott & Ferguson same address 1852-59
    63 Princes Street 1860-67
    14 North St Andrew Street 1868-75
    18 Clyde Street 1876-83
    18 Clyde Street and 2 North St Andrew Street 1884-88
    14/16/18 Clyde Street 1889-1895
    Morrison & Gibb same address 1896-1900
    Acquired the business of James Kirkwood & Son in 1850. [William] Burness & Co occupied the same premises from 1884 and were probably in some form of partnership though the firms are listed separately in the directories. Both were absorbed by Morrison & Gibb about 1896.
    Edin Dir; Schenck
  • SCOTT, Alexander bookseller printer and bookbinder Peebles
    High Street 1837-52
    Pigot 1837; Slater 1852
  • SCOTT, Andro bookseller Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1659-71
    Son to late Andrew Scott, Burgess of Perth, apprenticed with George Swinton bookseller 19 January 1653. Married Janet Brysoun 15 September 1659. Burgess by right of wife Jonatt daughter to umquhile James Brysson bookseller 12 October 1659. Married Elizabeth Currie 18 June 1671. Apprentice: Thomas Sprott 26 February 1662.
    EdinPren; EdinMarr; EdinBurg
  • SCOTT, Charles printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1794
    Married Jean Chapman 18 August 1794 [other entry under Stott].
  • SCOTT, Charles wholesale stationer Edinburgh
    44 South Bridge Street 1825
    Pigot 1825
  • SCOTT, D. & A. bookseller Glasgow
    619 Argyll Street 1809
    Glas Dir
  • SCOT, David bookseller Edinburgh
    At the sign of Apollo within the Parliament Close 1712-15
    NLS Impr Ind
  • SCOTT, David printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1767-72
    Married Isobell daughter to deceast John Sharp butler to the Earl of Findlator 9 August 1767. Child, Peter Scott, buried at Restalrig 25 March 1772. Married Barbara daughter of deceased George Cantley farmer at Hiltoun, Banffshire 20 December 1785.
    EdinMarr; Restalrig
  • SCOTT, David engraver, etcher and painter Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1831-49
    Fifth son of Robert Scott, engraver and Rose, daughter of Robert Bell, mason, in Musselburgh, born in Edinburgh 10 or 12 October 1806. A brother of William Bell Scott. He was one of the founder mambers of The Edinburgh Life Academy Association in 1827, and exhibited at The Scottish Academy in 1828. He was an Associate of The Scottish Academy in 1830. He went to Italy in 1832. Illustrated his own Monograms of man. Edinburgh, 1831; Coleridge's Ancient mariner. Edinburgh, 1837 and J. P. Nichol's The architecture of the heavens. London, 1850 and The pilgrim's progress [undated]. Died 5 March 1849.
    DNB; Johnst3; David Scott [Sale catalogue.] Edinburgh, Neill & Co., 1849. William Bell Scott. Memoir of David Scott, R.S.A. Edinburgh, 1850. John Miller Gray. David Scott and his works, with a catalogue of his paintings, engravings and designs by J.M.G. Edinburgh, William Blackwood & Sons, 1884. 100 copies only. William Blake and David Scott. Edinburgh, 1914. An exhibition catalogue. William Garden Blaikie Murdoch. 'The Scott clan of print-makers.' In: W. G. Blaikie Murdoch: man of art and letters. Selections from his essays on art and literature. Edinburgh, 1935, 111-119. Mungo Campbell. David Scott. Edinburgh, 1990.
  • SCOTT, David bookseller Montrose
    Montrose 1767-72
    Sold copies of Thomas Harrison's Topica sacra. 1770. Elisabeth daughter of the late David Scott bookbinder Montrose married David Hill Excise Officer 15 July 1799.
    NLS Impr Ind; EdinMarr
  • SCOTT, G. bookseller St Andrews
    St Andrews 1812-28
  • SCOTT, George apprentice stationer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1678
    Son to Patrick Scott, in Ormstone, apprenticed to John Cairnes stationer 1 May 1678. EdinPren
  • SCOTT, George apprentice printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1750
    Son of deceased George Scott land surveyor at Greenock, apprenticed to Thomas and Walter Ruddimans printers 21 November 1750.
  • SCOTT, George apprentice bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1767
    George Scott apprenticed to Archibald Widow bookbinder Edinburgh 7 August 1767
  • SCOTT, George engraver Edinburgh
    First Stair below the Head of Bailie Fyfe's Close 1799
    Head of Chalmers Close 1800
    Middleton's Entry 1801-03
    Edin Dir
  • SCOTT, H.D. newspaper office Edinburgh
    of the Observer office and collector of taxes for the 7th district 1825
    Mistake for W.D. see SCOT, Walter D.
    Edin Dir
  • SCOTT, J. wholesale stationer Edinburgh
    10 Bank-street 1820
    John Scott stationer same address 1825
    James Scott 9 Bank Street 1837
    Pigot 1820; 1825; 1837
  • SCOTT, James bookbinder Edinburgh
    Gabriel's Road 1773
    Head of Bell's Wynd 1774-78
    Forrester's Wynd 1780-86
    'Scott' same address 1788-90
    James Scott 'bookseller' Edinburgh admitted to Sanctuary for debt at Holyroodhouse 22 June 1778; and again as James Scott bookbinder on 6 September 1784. He was dead by 22 March 1786. William Scott was his son, and carried on the business for the benefit of the widow, himself, and the other children.
    Edin Dir; J.H. Loudon. James Scott and William Scott bookbinders. London, 1980. Brian Hillyard 'William Scott, Edinburgh Bookbinder'. The Library 6th series viii 269; Cadell
  • SCOTT, James printer Edinburgh
    Potter Row 1806-10
    8 Potter Row 1811-18
    25 Potter Row 1819-21
    Edin Dir
  • SCOTT, James stationer Edinburgh
    J. Scott wholesale stationer 10 Bank-street 1818-23
    of Cowan & Co wholesale stationers 172 Canongate 1826-30
    15 Blair Street 1831-33
    9 Bank Street 1834-39
    late stationer 5 Tiviot Row 1841-44
    James Scott M.D. surgeon same address 1845-46
    Not in Edin Dir 1840.
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1820; 1825; 1837
  • SCOTT, James printer and stationer Edinburgh
    49 North Richmond Street 1842-43
    Edin Dir
  • SCOTT, James bookseller Glasgow
    Glasgow 1676
    One of the debtors in Andrew Anderson's inventory 1676 (Bann.Misc.ii,283).
    Aldis 1904
  • SCOTT, James bookseller and auctioneer Glasgow
    180 Saltmarket 1818
    Glas Dir
  • SCOTT, James newspaper office Greenock
    3 William Street 1834-36
    Scott and Mackenzie 2 Bank Street 1845
    Editor of The Greenock Advertiser. James Scott of Scott & Mackenzie Greenock 1845.
    Fowler 1834; 1836; Greenock 1845
  • SCOTT, James bookseller and auctioneer Paisley
    Paisley 1815
  • SCOTT, James printer, stationer and general merchant Pittenweem
    High Street 1843-55
    Son of Robert Scott, inkeeper, and Isabella Gibson. He was born in Stow, Midlothian on 20 May 1795, and was christened Andrew. He lived in Ireland for 27 years, before settling in Pittenweem. From 14 November 1844, he printed and published a local newsletter three and a half inches wide, 10 inches long, and printed on one side of the paper, called The Pittenweem Register. Scott died on 9 December 1855.
    Campbell Leven; Slater 1852
  • SCOTT, John wholesale stationer Edinburgh
    Head of Bank Street 1807-09
    Bank Street 1810
    6 Bank Street 1811-14
    10 Bank-street 1815-24
    John Scott stationer same address 1825
    Burgess 27 February 1817.
    Edin Dir; EdinBurg; Pigot 1820; 1825; 1837
  • SCOTT, John printer Edinburgh
    4 Dalrymple Place 1820-21
    Edin Dir
  • SCOTT, John engraver and printer Glasgow
    15 Hutcheson Street 1834-35
    engraver 10 Jamaica Street 1840-47
    74 Argyll Street 1849-53
    lithographer 145 Argyll Street 1854-58
    Published Glasgow illustrated in views drawn and engraved by John Scott 1834 with historicaland descriptive illustrations by John Gullane; and engraved many plates for Thomas Frognall Dibdin's Bibliographical tour in the northern counties of England and Scotland. London, 1838. Succeeded to the lithographic business of James Kerr in 1854. Slater lists his address as 3 St Enoch Lane in 1860 and 1 St Enoch Lane in 1867. Those addresses do not occur in the Glasgow Directories.
    Glas Dir; Slater 1860, 1867; Schenck; Johnst3
  • SCOTT, John bookseller Paisley
    126 High Street 1825
    99 Moss Street 1831
    Pigot 1825; Fowler 1831
  • SCOT, John printer St Andrews and Edinburgh
    North side of the Cowgate at the foot of Borthwick's Close Edinburgh 1539
    Dundee? 1547
    St Andrews 1552-58?
    Edinburgh 1558-72
    In June 1539 John Scot printer obtained a grant of part of a house on the North side of the Cowgate at the foot of Borthwick's Close. He was probably in Dundee in 1547, when John Scrymgeour of Glastree, Constable and Provost of Dundee was charged by the Privy Council to take him and bring him to Edinburgh Castle. Scrymgeour appeared before the Privy Council and showed 'how he had socht for Johne Scott, and could nocht find him'. He subsequently printed some books in St Andrews from 1552-55. His subsequent books give no place, and he may have returned to Edinburgh. He was certainly there in 1562, for he was imprisoned by the magistrates of Edinburgh in August of that year. His printing equipment which had been impounded was on 21 March 1564 delivered to Thomas Bassenden, but was apparently in Scot's hands again by 1568. He printed for Henry Charteris 1568-71 and probably for Bassandyne. His device was Hercules and a Centaur. He possessed some of Davidson's materials and one of his woodcuts was afterwards used by Lekpreuick.
    DE.150; EBS.i.17.; Aldis 1904; STC; Register of the Privy Council i 69; DNB.
  • SCOTT, L. stationer Glasgow
    30 Brunswick Place 1809
    Glas Dir
  • SCOTT, Lockhart bookseller and stationer Edinburgh
    West Corner Drummond Street 1803
    Published a children's chapbook Cries of Edinburgh characteristically represented, accompanied with views of several principal buildings of the city in 1803. He appears in the Edinburgh Directory for that year only.
    Edin Dir; Chapbook Printers
  • SCOTT, M. bookseller St Andrews
    St Andrews 1829-31
  • SCOTT, Malcolm lithographer Glasgow
    3 St Enoch Square 1839-41
  • SCOT, Patrick engraver Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1718-22
    Subscribed to Nisbet's Essay on armories. Edinburgh, 1718. Engraved plates for Nisbet's System of Heraldry. Edinburgh, 1722.
  • SCOTT, Richard bookseller Glasgow
    Glasgow 1796-97
    Argyll Street 1798-99
    NLS Impr Ind
  • SCOTT, Robert bookbinder Brechin
    High Street 1837
    Pigot 1837
  • SCOTT, Robert engraver Edinburgh
    Callender's Entry, Canongate 1797
    Post Office Stair, Parliament Close 1799-1810
    10 Parliament-square 1811-24
    same address and 24 Leonard Street 1825
    65 Princes Street 1825-40
    Robert Scott was the son of Robert and Grizzell Scott. He was born at Lanark 13 November 1777 and served an apprenticeship to Alexander Robertson, engraver of Edinburgh in 1787. He first became known by his plates for James Anderson's The Bee of 1793 and 1794. He married Miss Ross Bell, daughter of Robert Bell, late mason in Musselburgh in Canongate Kirk 29 March 1800, and was the father of David and William Bell Scott. 'President's Stair' Edin Dir 1803. Burgess 5 July 1806. His best work was in landscape, and Scott engraved for The Scots Magazine for twenty years. He died at Edinburgh 31 January 1841.
    DNB; Bryan; Edin Dir; CanonMarr; EdinBurg; Pigot 1820; 1825; 1837; Bush.2; Johnst3; William Garden Blaikie Murdoch. 'The Scott clan of print-makers.' In: W. G. Blaikie Murdoch: man of art and letters. Selections from his essays on art and literature. Edinburgh, 1935, 111-119.
  • SCOTT, Robert stationer Edinburgh
    Scott & Drysdale 61 Princes Street 1827
    Robert Scott 42 Princes Street 1828
    'late of Scott & Drysdale' 1828.
    Edin Dir
  • SCOTT, Robert bookbinder Edinburgh
    30 Saint Andrew Square 1830
    Edin Dir
  • SCOTT, Thomas bookbinder Coldstream
    Coldstream 1852
    Slater 1852
  • SCOTT, Thomas stationer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1669
    His wife Janet Bryson buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 5 February 1669.
  • SCOTT, Thomas engraver Edinburgh
    1 Hope Park End 1840
    9 Middle Arthur Place 1841
    7 East Adam Street 1841-49
    Edin Dir
  • SCOT, Walter goldsmith Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1686-91
    The Scottish heraldic cards published in Edinburgh in 1691 were engraved by Walter Scot. They are signed 'Phylarcharum Scotorum Gentilicia insigna illustrium a Gualtero Scot Aurifice Chartis lusoriis Espressa Sculpsit Edinburgi Anno Dom. M.IC.XCI'. He was admitted into the fraternity of his craft in 1686. Lady C. Shreiber Playing Cards. 1892,1.11.
    Aldis 1904
  • SCOTT, Walter D. newspaper office Edinburgh
    H.D. Scott [sic] of the Observer Office and Collector of Taxes for the 7th District
    5 North St Andrew Street 1826
    8 North St Andrew Street 1827
    advertising agent and collector of taxes 5 North St Andrew Street 1828
    Sub Collector of Taxes same address 1829
    Collector of Taxes same address 1830-32
    28 Hanover Street 1833-36
    Edin Dir
  • SCOTT, William bookseller Coldstream
    Coldstream 1852
    Slater 1852
  • SCOTT, William bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1775
    He was the son of James Scott, and when his father died (before 22 March 1786) he carried on the business for the benefit of the widow, himself, and the other children.
    Edin Dir; J.H. Loudon. James Scott and William Scott bookbinders. London, 1980. Brian Hillyard 'William Scott, Edinburgh Bookbinder'. The Library 6th series viii 269;
  • SCOTT, William printer Edinburgh
    Luckenbooths 1796
    Edin Dir
  • SCOTT, William engraver Edinburgh
    Candlemaker Row 1804-08
    Subscribed for David Crawford. Poems chiefly in the Scottish Dialect. Edinburgh, 1798. William Henry Scott, engraver, died at Edinburgh aged 29, 8 February 1809 Edinburgh Evening Courant 16 February 1809.
    Edin Dir; Bush.2
  • SCOTT, William bookbinder Glasgow
    10 Bell Street 1819
    Glas Dir
  • SCOTT, William printer and bookseller Greenock
    2 William Street Pigot 1820
    William Street Pigot 1825
    'Mr William Scott, late bookseller, who was also a printer, was the first who printed a book here: this was Hutcheson's Dissertation in 1810; Fisher's Catechism in 1812, and two editions of Harvey's Meditations in 1813 and 1816.' Daniel Weir. History of the Town of Greenock. Greenock, 1829. He printed a number of chapbooks, some with dates from 1812 to 1820, but had larger books printed for him at the Greenock Advertiser Office. In December 1813 he advertised in The Greenock Advertiser 'Christmas presents ... in addition to his usual stock of childrens' books, he has just got to hand a large assortment of the latest London juvenile publications, from 6d to 10s.6d. each ... Also an assortment of dissected maps games and puzzles'. He was also the agent for Mr Lignum's antiscorbutic drops and Day & Martin's blacking.
    Chapbook Printers; E.B. Lyle. 'A checklist of chapbooks printed by William Scott of Greenock'. The Bibliotheck x (1980) 35-48.
  • SCOTT, William bookseller & bookbinder Peterhead
    Jamaica Street 1852
    Slater 1852
  • SCOTT, William Bell painter and engraver Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1832
    Son of Robert Scott, engraver and Ross Bell, daughter of Robert Bell, mason in Musselburgh, born at Edinburgh 12 September 1811. Married, 31 October 1839, Letitia Margery Norquay.
    of Chelsea. Died at Penkill Castle, Girvan in Ayrshire 22 November 1890. An important illustrator and writer on art and antiquities.
    DNB; W. B. Scott. A descriptive catalogue of engravings. London, 1880; Minto, W. (ed.). Autobiographical notes of the life of William Bell Scott and notices of his artistic and poetic circle of friends 1830 to 1882. London, 1892. 2 vols. ; William Garden Blaikie Murdoch. 'The Scott clan of print-makers.' In: W. G. Blaikie Murdoch: man of art and letters. Selections from his essays on art and literature. Edinburgh, 1935, 111-119; Johnst3
    Trustee's Hall Scott's Close 1825-34
    6 North St David's Street 1835-41
    Edin Dir
    23 St James Square 1842
    Dr Thomson sec 1842
    Edin Dir
  • SCOTTISH CHRISTIAN HERALD newspaper office Edinburgh
    104 High Street 1836-37
    2 Hunter Square 1837-41
    Edin Dir; Gray 1837
  • SCOTTISH CHRISTIAN HERALD newspaper office Glasgow
    19 Glassford Street 1838-40
    Glas Dir
    2 Hunter's Square 1842
    Edin Dir
  • SCOTTISH GUARDIAN newspaper office Glasgow
    94 Miller Street; printing office 91 Miller Street 1835
    78 Miller Street 1840-44
    94 Miller Street 1847-49
    Glas Dir
  • SCOTTISH HERALD newspaper office Edinburgh
    150 High Street 1844-46
    Edin Dir
  • SCOTTISH JURIST newspaper office Edinburgh
    Mound Place 1832-44
    18 Thistle Street 1845
    48 Hanover Street 1846-53
    7 George Street 1854-57
    13 Thistle Street 1858-60
    11 Thistle Street 1861-73
    Edin Dir
    Depository and Committee Room 50 South Bridge 1820
    18 St John's Street 1821-30
    17 St John Street 1831-32
    13 Queen Street 1833-44
    6 York Place 1845-61
    4 St Andrew Square 1862
    5 St Andrew Square 1863-79
    Edin Dir
  • SCOTTISH PATRIOT newspaper office Glasgow
    56 Trongate and 28 Nelson Street 1840
    Glas Dir
  • SCOTTISH PILOT newspaper office Edinburgh
    166 High Street 1837-43
    Edin Dir
  • SCOTTISH PRESS newspaper office Edinburgh
    251 High Street 1848-53
    Edin Dir
  • SCOTTISH RAILWAY GAZETTE newspaper office Edinburgh
    30 Hanover Street 1846-49
    same address, printing office 5 St James Square 1850
    30 Hanover Square 1851-56
    78 Rose Street 1857-60
    21A George Street 1861-67
    Edin Dir
    26 Niddry Street 1824-25
    24 Niddry Street 1827-39
    Scottish Sabbath School Tract and Bible Depository same address 1840-41
    38 North Bridge 1842-47
    Edin Dir
    49 Queen Street 1842-47
    Clerk James Howden 1842; Secretary John Tawse 1842-44
    Edin Dir
  • SCOTTISH STANDARD newspaper office Edinburgh
    21 Waterloo Place 1840
    Edin Dir
  • SCOUGALL, William bookseller and beadle of St Thomas's Church Glasgow
    41 Millroad Street 1837-40
    bookseller and agent same address 1844-47
    Pigot 1837; Glas Dir
  • SCROGGS, John bookseller Aberdeen
    in the Broadgate 1757-59
    Sold copies of William M'Ewen's The great matter and end of Gospel preaching. Aberdeen, 1759.
    Beavan; NLS Impr Ind
  • SCRYMGEOUR, J. and J. bookseller Glasgow
    1 Glassford Street 1800
    Sold copies of Alexander Park's Abstract of an Act for establishing the police of the City of Glasgow. Glasgow, 1800.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • SCRYMGEOUR, James bookseller and stationer Edinburgh
    18 South Saint Andrews Street 1801-02
    Edin Dir
  • SEAD, Robert paper maker Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1785
    Married Isobel daughter of Thomas Kilgour carrier at Millbank 11 November 1785.
  • SEATON, James bookbinder Edinburgh
    75 Princes Street 1838
    Edin Dir
  • SEELIGMAN, Francis E. steel punch-cutter Edinburgh
    20 Charles Street 1833
    4 Charles Street 1835-41
    Craigside House 1842-45
    and typefounder same address 1846-48
    Gray 1833; Edin Dir
  • SEILLAR, John paper maker Dalry
    Michael Keysar, John Seillar and Gideon Russall Dalry Paper Mill 1591-1605
    In May 1594 Gideon Russall, son of Mungo Russell who had previously been in partnership with Michael Keysar made a grant of the Dalry Paper Mill for eleven years to Keysar and Seillar who are described as almanis, on condition that they do not set up any other paper mill in Scotland during that time. Waterston illustrates a watermark of the royal sign manual IR6 with a crown from a Privy Council Paper of 15 December 1589, and another with IR and AR monograms and a crowned thistle from another of 25 January 1593.
    Waterston 1; Waterston 2; Thomson
  • SELCHRIG, John weaver Glasgow
    in the Calton 1777
    Sold copies of John Glen's The Antiburgher presenter detected. Paisley, 1777.
    NLS Impr Ind
    19 Royal Exchange 1824-26
    86 South Bridge 1827-35
    23 Waterloo Place 1836
    24 Waterloo Place 1837-41
    26 Waterloo Place 1842-81
    Hunter Simpson librarian 1839-55.
    Edin Dir; ; Pigot 1825; Gray 1837
  • SELLER & FLECKFIELD stationers Glasgow
    119 Candleriggs 1835
    Glas Dir
  • SELLAR, Alexander printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1753
    Married Janet daughter to deceased James Milne of Dysart 10 February 1753.
  • SELLAR, James book deliverer Aberdeen
    8 Blackfriars Street 1838-39

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