Somervell, Robert - Stewart, John

  • SOMERVELL, Robert paper maker Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1799
    Married Raeburn daughter of - Galloway master in the Navy 9 December 1799.
    EdinMarr
  • SOMMERVILLE, Robert seal engraver Edinburgh
    Murdoch's Close, High Street 1804-05
    Bishop's Close 1806-08
    Carrubber's Close 1809-10
    1 Carrubber's Close 1811-18
    Mrs Sommerville same address 1819-21
    Burgess 23 April 1807.
    EdinBurg; Edin Dir
  • SOMERVILLE, Robert engraver Edinburgh
    51 Hanover Street 1848
    Edin Dir
  • SOMERVILLE, Robert librarian Lanark
    Lanark 1852
    Librarian Mechanics Institution Reading Room and Library
    Slater 1852
  • SOMMERVILLE, Thomas stationer, librarian and ship agent Glasgow
    60 Nelson Street 1835
    Marked as librarian in trade index 1835
    Glas Dir
  • SOMMERVILLE, William paper maker Pennycuick
    Dalmore Paper Mill 1837-61
    1779-1861. Bought the lands and mill of Dalmore and opened Dalmore Paper Mill 6 October 1837. He was in partnership as Sommerville, Fullarton and Blackie & Co. publishers of Glasgow, but withdrew from the partnership in 1821.
    Slater 1852; Nigel Watson. The last mill on the Esk. 150 years of papermaking. Edinburgh, 1987.
  • SOMMERVILLE, William bookseller and paper maker Glasgow, Edinburgh and Pennycuick
    W. Sommerville, A. Fullarton and J. Blackie & Co booksellers Black Boy Close, Glasgow 1809-1811
    5 Saltmarket 1811-16
    East Clyde Street 1816-19
    [Archibald] Fullarton, [William] Sommerville & Co 20 Bank Street Edinburgh 1820
    umbrella maker Glasgow 1821-22?
    wholesale and retail stationers Sommerville, Fullerton & Co 9 Blair Street 1823-25
    [W.] Somerville, [Andrew] Whyte & Co wholesale and retail stationers 9 and 11 Blair Street 1826-32
    41 St Andrew Square 1833-34
    William Sommerville & Son wholesale stationers and papermakers 8 South St David's Street 1835-36
    same address and Dalmore Mill, near Pennycuick 1837-39
    6 Drummond Street and Dalmore Mill 1840-45
    papermakers Dalmuir [Dalmore] Mill, Pennycuick 1846-61
    1779-1861. Employed by A. and W. D. Brownlie, part publishers in Glasgow, probably as a canvasser, he went into partnership with Archibald Fullarton and John Blackie in 1809. They carried on the business of the Brownlie brothers, of which firm they had all been employees 1809-1819. In that year he went into partnership with Archibald Fullarton as a bookseller in Edinburgh, but withdrew from the partnership in 1821 to become an umbrella manufacturer in Glasgow. This seems not to have lasted long and in 1823 he went into the paper trade in Edinburgh, again in partnership with Fullarton. Bought the lands and mill of Dalmore and opened Dalmore Paper Mill 6 October 1837.
    Edin Dir; Gray 1837; Slater 1852; Nigel Watson. The last mill on the Esk. 150 years of papermaking. Edinburgh, 1987. Agnes A. Blackie. Blackie & Son 1809-1959: a short history of the firm. London and Glasgow, 1959
  • SOMERVELL, William apprentice bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1686
    Son to deceased James Somervell, Writer, apprenticed to George Mossman bookbinder 11 August 1686 (This prentice deleit out of the book by order of the dean of gild and his councill. J. Maklurg, D.gild).
    EdinPren
  • SOMERVILLE, W. bookseller Lanark
    Lanark 1773
    James Graeme's Poems on several occasions was printed for him in Edinburgh 1773.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • SOMNER, George bookbinder Perth
    Barrosa Street 1825
    Pigot 1825
  • SOUTER, George printer Kilmarnock
    Regent Street 1852
    Slater 1852
  • SOUTER, Henry printer Edinburgh
    Canongate 1793
    Married Martha daughter of ----- Mason weaver 11 March 1793.
    CanonMarr
  • SOUTER, James bookseller Edinburgh
    Parliament Square 1809-10
    15 Parliament-square 1811-19
    74 Northumberland Street 1820-21
    James and Robert Souter 43 Dundas Street 1822-25
    R.A. Souter same address 1827-30
    'and music binder' 1810-16. Burgess 18 March 1812; Guild Brother 11 November 1824. 15 Parliament Square Pigot 1820.
    Edin Dir; EdinBurg; Pigot 1820; 1825
  • SOUTER, James J. die and stamp cutter Edinburgh
    31 North Bridge 1848-49
    Edin Dir
  • SOUTER, Robert A. bookseller and stationer Edinburgh
    J. and R. Souter 43 Dundas Street 1822-25
    R.A. Souter same address 1826-30
    Robert Souter bookseller Edinburgh admitted to Sanctuary for debt at Holyroodhouse 16 July 1829.
    Edin Dir; Cadell
  • SOUTER, William G. journeyman compositor Edinburgh
    Oliver & Boyd's 1848
    10 Middle Arthur Place 1849-50
    Clerk of the Edinburgh Compositors Society 1848-50
    Edin Dir
  • SPALDING, Mrs circulating library Edinburgh
    Maria Spalding & Co 1 Warriston Crescent, Canonmills 1824
    5 Warriston Place 1825-28
    Mrs Spalding same address 1829-43
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1825; 1837
  • SPALDING [SPALDANE], Charles bookseller Edinburgh
    Canongate Head 1774-84
    Daughter Ann married George Small cooper, son to James Small farmer in Angusshire in Canongate Kirk 21 December 1771. Will registered 25 January 1786.
    CanonMarr; Edin Dir; EdinTest
  • SPALDING, Maria & Co stationers, perfumers and circulating library Edinburgh
    Maria Spalding & Co 1 Warriston Crescent, Canonmills 1824
    5 Warriston Place 1825-28
    Mrs Spalding same address 1829-43
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1825; 1837
  • SPARK, Thomas & Co booksellers and stationers Aberdeen
    Castle Street 1810-20
    52 Castle Street 1824
    Thomas Spark same address 1825
    47 Castle Street 1834
    54 Casrle Street 1835
    38 Broad Street 1837
    39 Broad Street 1839
    Bought stock and premises of Burnett & Carlier 1810. Partnership with William Spark ended 1830 [Beavan but Pigot 1825 gives Thomas Spark alone!]
    Beavan; Pigot 1820; 1825; 1837
  • SPARK, William stationer and paper ruler Aberdeen
    3 Blairton Lane 1841
    43 Union Street 1845
    Aberdeen 1846-49
    Beavan
  • SPEARE [SPEAR], David bookseller Edinburgh
    27 Union Street 1822
    11 Leith Walk 1823
    47 Hanover Street 1824
    31 Hanover Street 1825
    bookseller and general sale room 14 West Register Street 1827
    80 Princes Street 1828-29
    55 Hanover Street Pigot 1825; The National Library of Scotland have five auction catalogues of Davis Speare 1828-30.
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1825
  • SPEARS, Alexander 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
  • SPEEDIE, Robert bookseller Path-head
    Path-head 1852
    Slater 1852
  • SPEIRS [SPIER], Hugh bookseller, stationer, printer and circulating library Dalry
    Dalry 1837-52
    Printer Slater 1852
    Pigot 1837; Slater 1852
  • SPENCE, John librarian, keeper of the Baths, Coffee and Billiard Rooms and Yacht Signals Largs
    Bath Buildings Bath Street 1834-36
    Fowler 1834; 1836
  • SPENCE, Mark bookseller Musselburgh
    Musselburgh 1746
    William Halyburton's Love to our country was sold by him in 1746.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • SPENCE, Peter paper maker Yester
    Yester Mill 1714
    Will proved 23 November 1714
    Thomson
  • SPIERS, James teacher and librarian Gourock
    35 Shore Street and 5 Quay Street 1831
    33 Shore Street and 5 Quay Street 1834
    teacher 3 Ropework Street; librarian 5 Quay Street 1836
    Fowler 1831; 1834; 1836
  • SPITTALL [SPITALL; SPITTELL], David bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1725-before 1767
    Married Jean Smibert, daughter of the late William Smibert dyer 10 January 1725. Burgess by right of wife Jean, daughter to William Smibeard, litster 20 July 1726. Mary daughter of deceast David Spitall married Michael Robb writer 12 April 1767.
    EdinMarr; EdinBurg
  • SPITTELL [SPITLE; SPITTLE], Henry [Harry] bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1717- before 1751
    Married Agnes White daughter of the late William White farmer in Uphall 13 June 1717. Burgess as apprentice to Hugh Mosman, bookbinder, dispensing with his master's omission to book him, by Act of Council of 10 June 24 June 1719. Married Mary Bruce daughter of the late James Bruce merchant, Burgess of Burntisland 13 July 1721. Relict Mary Bruce married James Maxwell 4 August 1751. Apprentice: Robert Stevenson 14 February 1722.
    EdinMarr; EdinBurg; EdinPren
  • SPOTSWOOD, Andrew apprentice bookseller Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1701
    Son to umquhile Thomas Spotswood, tenant in Sharplaw, apprenticed to John Vallange bookseller 23 April 1701.
    EdinPren
  • SPOTTISWOOD, James paper maker and paper warehouse Edinburgh
    Milln's Square 1773-75
    Head of Niddrey's Wynd 1776-86
    At Mr Brown's bookseller North Bridge 1788
    James Spottiswood Esq of Easter Stroloch no trade at Mr Guthrie's South Bridge 1790
    stationer Lawnmarket 1792
    'James Spottiswood of Easter Stroloch' 1788. Published a small number of books between 1779 and 1785. Edinburgh Advertiser 19 November 1776 'Papermill to let. There is to be let...the Papermill at Pennycuik etc. with the whole machinery, houses and others pertaining thereto lately belonging to Mr Watkins and presently possessed by Mr. Spottiswood - The subjects and machinery are all of the best kind and in good order. There are 2 vats in the mill which is plentifully supplied with the very finest spring water conducted in lead pipes.' The mill was purchased by Charles Cowan in 1779.
    NLS Impr Ind; Edin Dir; Waterston 2
  • SPRINGFIELD PAPER WAREHOUSE Edinburgh
    Old Fishmarket Close 1793-97
    by R. Cameron, Fishmarket Close 1799-1803
    Robert Cameron paper warehouse Blair Street 1804
    Springfield Paper Warehouse Fishmarket Close 1805
    Edin Dir
  • SPROTT, Thomas apprentice bookseller Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1662
    Son to late Thomas Sprott, in Rigburg parish of Borgue, apprenticed with Andrew Scott bookseller 26 February 1662.
    EdinPren
  • STACY [STOESIE], Richard printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1644
    Married Margaret Andersone 23 February 1644.
    EdinMarr
  • STALKER, Andrew bookseller Glasgow
    Alex. Carmichael and And. Stalker printer Glasgow 1731
    Andrew Stalker bookseller Above the Cross 1732
    Glasgow 1733-43
    Below the Exchange Coffee-House 1745-55
    Glasgow 1756-60
    William Stalker Glasgow 1760-64
    Second storey of Trades Land head of the Saltmarket 1769-7
    Uppermost storey Gibson's Land middle of the Saltmarket 1771
    Ingram's Land head of the Gallowgate 1772
    Andrew Stalker edited The Glasgow Journal from 1741 onwards and from 1770 it was also printed by William Stalker. Andrew Stalker's will was registered on 2 and 16 May 1771. A catalogue of books, in quires, being partly the remainder of the deceased Mr Andrew Stalker bookseller in Glasgow was advertised for sale in Edinburgh. Edinburgh Evening Courant 4 January 1772.
    W. J. Couper. 'The Glasgow periodical press in the eighteenth century' in Records of the Glasgow Bibliographical Society iii pp.107-111; Bushnell; Carnie II. NLS Impr Ind; GlasTest
  • STALKER, David newspaper editor Inverness
    Inverness ca 1830
    Was editor of The Inverness Journal, proprietor Lachlan Mackintosh of Raigmore, between James Beaton and Donald Macdonald.
    John Noble. Bibliography of Inverness Newspapers and Periodicals. Stirling, 1903.
  • STALKER, John printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1786
    Burgess in right of wife Margaret, daughter of Robert Moyes flesher 28 September 1786.
    EdinBurg
  • STALKER, John bookseller Tillicoultry
    Tillicoultry 1852
    Slater 1852
  • STAMPA, Dominick printseller from Italy Edinburgh and Leith
    14 Leith Street 1796-99
    D. C. & L. Stampa and looking-glass manufacturers same address 1800-02
    Dominick Stampa same address 1803
    D. Stampa carver, gilder and print seller same address 1804
    14 Terrace 1805-09
    Stampa and Galleti, Foot of the Shore, Leith 1809-11
    4 Shore, Leith 1813-17
    D. Stampa 69 Princes Street, Edinburgh 1820
    6 St David's Street, Edinburgh 1821
    18 Calton Hill New Dir 1824
    Stampa 54 Leith Street 1825
    Stampa & Co carvers and gilders same address 1826
    60 Leith Street 1827-29
    'From Italy' Edin Dir
    Edin Dir
  • STAMPA, F. printseller Edinburgh
    5 Broughton Street 1837-38
    6 Broughton Street 1839
    5 Gayfield Place 1840
    carver and gilder same address 1841-44
    Edin Dir
  • STAMPA, John printseller, carver and gilder Edinburgh
    56 Princes Street 1833
    18 Calton Hill 1834-36
    dealer in ancient engravings 20 West Register Street 1841
    print and frame maker 33 Princes Street 1842
    D. Stampa Gray 1834; 1835.
    Edin Dir
  • STAR newpaper office Edinburgh
    3 Hunter Square 1824-25
    41 St Andrew's Square 1826
    Edin Dir
  • STARK [STARKE], George manufacturer of marble and fancy coloured paper Glasgow
    31 Argyll Street 1844
    same address and works, Waterport Buildings, Great Clyde Street 1847
    Turner's Court, 87 Argyll Street 1849
    Glas Dir
  • STARK, James bookseller Dundee
    Dundee 1754-64
    At the back of the Guard 1765
    Dundee 1766
    Born in 1720. He came to Dundee about 1740, having been a servant of Allan Ramsay. Still alive in Dundee in 1800. Apprentice: Charles Croll apprenticed to James Stark bookbinder Dundee 1754
    NLS Impr Ind; Millar; Maxted
  • STARKE, James printer Glasgow
    169 Trongate 1820
    26 Nelson Street 1825
    53 Nelson Street 1828
    Printed an address to Queen Caroline in Glasgow in 1820 'a young journeyman printer, who had just become a 'cork' himself in Nelson Street, opposite the Post Office.' 'Stark the printer, who published the Address, was persecuted in so many ways for doing so, that he deemed it necessary to retire to Canada, where, we are happy to say, he made a comfortable independence.'
    Glas Dir; Pigot 1825; Peter Mackenzie. Reminiscences of Glasgow. vol.1 p.267-73
  • STARK, John printer, bookseller and stationer Edinburgh
    4 North College Street 1803
    Printing Office Todderick's Wynd, High Street; shop Opposite Bank Street, Lawnmarket Denovan's 1804
    Netherbow 1805-07
    of George Ramsay & Co printers Old Fishmarket Close 1808-24
    printer house - Carrubers Close 1809
    - 2 Bristo Street 1810
    - 54 Bristo Street 1811
    Writer's Court 1812-13
    Fishmarket Close 1814-19
    house - 15 Brown Square 1820-25
    John Stark (late George Ramsay & Co) Old Fishmarket Close 1824-26
    Old Assembly Close - house 15 Brown Square 1827
    Old Assembly Close 1828-42
    Stark & Co same address 1842-48
    Robert Inches (late Stark & Co) same address 1849-51
    Published Biographia Scotica Edinburgh, 1805; Elements of Natural History Edinburgh, 1828 and The picture of Edinburgh. Edinburgh, 1820, third edition 1823; fourth edition 1825; Edinburgh's Royal Days Entertainments. The Second Voyage of Omai the traveller. Edinburgh, 1822 is also by him.Burgess as apprentice to Adam and James Neills printers 30 March 1808; Guild Brother 14 October 1817. Presumably he was in partnership in the firm of George Ramsay & Co 1808-23?. John Stark of Stark & Co 1843. Robert Inches of Stark & Co 1841-48
    Edin Dir; EdinBurg; Pigot 1820; 1825; 1837
  • STARK, W. & Co circulating library Glasgow
    99 Glassford Street 1809
    Glas Dir
  • STATIONERS, COMPANY OF booksellers Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1650
    William Nisbet's A Golden Chain of Time was 'Printed at Edinburgh by the Heires of George Anderson, for the Company of Stationers' in 1650. A Latin edition of The Confession of Faith was printed at Glasgow by A. Anderson 'Impensis Societatis Stationariorum' in 1660, probably a similar combination, distinct from the Society of Stationers.
    Aldis 1904
  • STATIONERS, SOCIETY OF printers Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1660-90
    This press appears to fall into two periods:- 1. The successors of Christopher Higgins. This seems to refer to the Stationers Company in London. Watson says (p.10) 'Tytler made over his part of the forfeited gift to some Stationers at London, who sent down upon us Christopher Higgins and some English servants with him ... After he died, these London Stationers appoint Patrick Ramsay, a Scots-Man to be Overseer of that House ... but the masters living at a distance, and the work coming to no account, they sold this printing office to several booksellers [probably Swintoun, Glen and Brown] at Edinburgh, who in a little time after did divide and set up distinct houses.' Arber, Stationers' registers v, xlvii, says that the Stationers Company of London 'held for some years a patent for printing in Scotland, granted by the Scotch Parliament. This Scotch Patent ... appears to have been abandoned in 1669, upon the death of Christopher Higgins, the Company's agent at Edinburgh and the stock and plant sold there for £300' ... 2. 1689-90. Watson says, p.17, that the printing house of Peter Bruce was sold 'to the Society of Stationers that had the Council-plea with Mrs Anderson: they printed several school-books neatly enough, having some very good foreign workmen. These Stationers, in a short time, sold off their shares to George Mosman, one of their number'.
    Aldis 1904; Watson
  • STEBBING [STOBBING], Isaac bookbinder Edinburgh
    1 Hill Square 1849-51
    5 Nicolson Street 1852-65
    2 Kerr Street 1866-71
    Edin Dir
  • STEEDMAN [STEADMAN], James newspaper office Edinburgh
    of Chronicle office - house 71 Grassmarket 1822-28
    Edin Dir
  • STEEL, printer Dumfries
    Dumfries 1715
    In the Dumfries Register of Baptisms appears 1 March 1715 Katharine lawful daughter to Steel, printer. It seems likely that Steel was a journeyman at Robert Rae's press.
    G.W.Shirley 'Mr Peter Rae V.D.M., printer' Records of the Glasgow Bibliographical Society i 225 (1914)
  • STEELE, Archibald bookseller Edinburgh
    Head of Wardrop's Court 1797
    Head of Candlemaker Row 1801-3
    Edin Dir
  • STEEL, David printers joiner Edinburgh
    David & Peter Steel 45 Cowgate Head 1813-20
    David Steel same address 1821-22
    41 Cowgate Head 1823-43
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1825
  • STEEL, David and Peter printers joiners Edinburgh
    45 Cowgate Head 1813-20
    David Steel same address 1821-22
    David Steel 41 Cowgate Head 1823-43
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1825
  • STEEL, Francis engraver Edinburgh
    81 High Street 1824
    Edin Dir
  • STEEL, J. & Company bookseller Glasgow
    King Street 1799
    Sold copies of A. Bruce's A brief statement and declaration of the genuine principles of seceders. 1799 and The instructor, or, An introduction to reading and spelling. 1799.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • STEEL, James printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh before 1792
    Relict Helen Johnstoun married Bernard Henderson merchant 15 February 1792.
    EdinMarr
  • STEEL [STEELL], James bookseller Glasgow
    16 Saltmarket 1809
    12 Salt-market 1815-20
    bookseller and stationer 4 Saltmarket Street from 64 Gallowgate 1825
    11 Saltmarket 1828
    15 Saltmarket 1835-40
    Glas Dir; Pigot 1820; 1825; 1837
  • STEELE, John printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1779
    Married Barbara daughter of deceast James Stevenson wright in Dunfermline 12 November 1779.
    EdinMarr
  • STEEL, [STEELE, STEELLE] John carver, gilder and print seller Edinburgh
    2 Low Terrace 1806-10
    8 Leith Street 1811-12
    44 Leith Street 1813-14
    34 Princes Street 1815-19
    Abbey 1820
    house - 20 Calton Hill 1821
    3 South St David Street 1822
    John Steele & Son 6 Hanover Street 1823-28
    Edin Dir
  • STEEL, John printer Edinburgh
    Weir's Close, Canongate 1806-11
    Edin Dir
  • STEEL, John bookbinder Edinburgh
    Maitland Steele, 7 James Court 1831-39
    6 James Court 1840-44
    John Steel same address 1845-46
    Edin Dir
  • STEELE, Maitland bookbinder Edinburgh
    [Riddell's Court] 322 Lawnmarket 1823-28
    James Court 1829-30
    7 James Court 1831-39
    6 James Court 1840-44
    John Steel same address 1845-46
    Initial only 1823-25. Matthew 1826.
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1825; 1837
  • STEELE, Matthew bookbinder Edinburgh
    322 Lawnmarket 1826
    Mistake for Maitland?
    Edin Dir
  • STEEL, Peter printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1807
    Burgess in right of father Alexander Steel residenter 18 August 1807.
    EdinBurg
  • STEPHEN, A. M. bookseller Dundee
    With Mr Chalmers Castle Street. House Rankins Court Murraygate 1846
    Dundee 1846
  • STEPHENS, Alexander bookseller Dundee
    Horsewynd 1824
    Dundee 1824
  • STEPHEN, George bookseller and printer Thurso
    Rotterdam Street 1852
    Slater 1852
  • STEPHENS, J.B. bookseller and bookbinder Edinburgh
    12 Leith Street 1838
    Edin Dir
  • STEPHEN, John H. engraver and copperplate printer Aberdeen
    18 Netherkirkgate 1837
    3 Nicholas Street 1844
    Aberdeen 1845-49
    Beavan
  • STEPHEN, Kerr bookseller, stationer, lithographic and letterpress printing Montrose
    123 High Street 1846
    Advertisement Angus 1846. House 30 Murray Street. Also paper ruler.
    Angus 1846; Schenck
  • STEPHEN, Thomas stationer and printseller Edinburgh
    24 Hanover Street 1830
    34 Bristo Street 1832
    Edin Dir
  • STEPHEN [STEPHENS], Thomas bookseller and publisher Edinburgh
    1 Grove Street 1834-37
    'Stephen' in trade and street indexes.
    Edin Dir
  • STEPHEN, T[homas] B. bookseller and stationer Edinburgh
    130 High Street 1836
    bookseller and bookbinder 12 Leith Street 1837-38
    Publisher of episcopalian books including Stephen's Episcopal Magazine, a monthly. Printed advertisement. Edin Dir 1836. 'Stephen' in trade and street indexes. Misprinted J.B. Stephen in main sequence only Edin Dir 1836-1838. Corrected in MS in Edin Dir 1836, T.B. Stephen in Advertisement.
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1837
  • STEVEN & FRAZER booksellers and stationers Glasgow
    John Steven & Co 140 Trongate 1809
    Steven & Frazer, same address 1815
    John Steven, 117 Trongate 1818-20
    Burgess and Guild Brother by purchase 10 May 1808. Sold tracts of The Glasgow Religious Tract Society 1815. Steven & Fraser Sequestration in SRO 1816.
    GlasBurg; Glas Dir; SRO CS231/S/2/20
  • STEVEN, Alexander paper maker Bucksburn
    Bucksburn Mill 1809
    Mill and contents sold by the Excise 1809.
    Thomson
  • STEVEN [STEIVEN; STIVEN], James bookseller and bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1665-73
    Married [as bookbinder] Helen Young 17 March 1665; Burgess and Guild Brother by right of Helen his wife daughter of late George Young litster 14 February 1666. His child buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 20 July 1667. Apprentices: James Williamson 28 February 1666; Patrick Vaughan 29 October 1673.
    EdinMarr; EdinBurg; GreyBuri; EdinPren
  • STEVEN, James musicseller Glasgow
    35 Wilson-street 1809-20
    Glas Dir; Pigot 1820
  • STEVEN, James lithographer Glasgow
    Sidney Court, 62 Argyle Street 1850-51
    Glas Dir; Schenck
  • STEVEN, John bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1779
    Married Janet daughter of Walter Steel porter 1 April 1779.
    EdinMarr
  • STEVEN, J[ohn] & Co booksellers and stationers Glasgow
    140 Trongate 1809
    Steven & Frazer, same address 1815
    John Steven, 117 Trongate 1818-20
    Burgess and Guild Brother by purchase 10 May 1808. Steven & Fraser Sequestration in SRO 1816.
    GlasBurg; Glas Dir; SRO CS231/S/2/20
  • STEVENS, Alexander bookbinder and stationer Edinburgh
    Old Post Office Close 1828
    34 North Bridge 29-38
    59 South Bridge 1839-44
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1837
  • STEVENSON [James] & HAY bookbinders and stationers Edinburgh
    27 South Hanover Street 1844-48
    Edin Dir
  • STEVENSON [Duncan] & Co printers Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1807-15
    Parliament Stairs 1816-24
    Printers to the University Parliament Stairs and Old Bank Close 1825-30
    Old Bank Close [286 High Street] 1831-33
    32 Thistle Street 1834-55
    stereotypers 26 Thistle Street 1857-60
    28 Thistle Street 1861-
    The overseer of the Book Department in 1831 was Charles Stewart and that of the Law Department was R. Hardie Gray's Dir 1832. See also Duncan Stevenson & Co.
    Edin Dir
  • STEVENSON, Alexander bookseller, stationer, newspaper agent, insurance agent and circulating library Aberdeen
    End of Broad Street 1804
    Castle Street 1807-20
    60 Castle Street 1824-25
    Alexander Stevenson & Co Aberdeen 1831
    Exchequer Court 1833
    20 Shiprow 1834
    6 Union Lane 1836
    8 Union Lane 1839
    8 East North Street 1840
    62 Queen Street 1846
    Aberdeen 1847-76
    Employee of George Burnett; Literary and Commercial Newsroom 1805; circulating library 1828; bankrupt 1831.
    Beavan; Pigot 1820; 1825
  • STEVENSON, Alexander apprentice bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1747
    Son to Alexander Stevenson, indweller, apprenticed to James Young bookbinder 23 December 1747.
    EdinPren
  • STEVENSON, Andrew bookseller and Writer to the Signet Edinburgh
    bookseller South side of Tolbooth 1749
    Head of the Lawnmarket 1750
    In the first story of Muschet's Land, East side of the Cornmarket 1751
    Writer South East side of the Cornmarket 1752
    Writer Edinburgh 1754
    South side of the Cornmarket 1756
    Wrote The history of the Church and state of Scotland. 3 vols. Edinburgh, 1753-57 and a number of polemic pamphlets about the Burgess oath in Edinburgh.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • STEVENSON, Daniel stationer Lochwinnoch
    High Street 1852
    Slater 1852
  • STEVENSON, Duncan & Company booksellers, printers and stereotypers Edinburgh
    Mundell, Doig & Stevenson Parliament Square 1806-07
    Parliament Stairs 1808-1815
    Duncan Stevenson & Co printers Parliament Stairs 1816-23
    Printers to the University 1823-43
    same address and Old Bank Close 256 Lawnmarket 1824-1831
    Stevenson & Co Parliament Square 1832-41
    32 Thistle Street 1834-56
    stereotypers 26 Thistle Street 1856-60
    28 Thistle Street 1861-
    'Duncan Stevenson belonged to Argyllshire, where he was born in 1776, his father being the proprietor of the slate quarries at Ballachulish, and also owning the estate of Glenfeochan, near Oban. At his father's death he disposed of the whole estate, and with part of the proceedings joined the firm of Mundell & Doig, printers and publishers in the Royal Bank Close.' He was made a Burgess of Edinburgh 1 September 1807 and a Guild Brother 28 March 1823. He is said to have been in partnership with his cousin Alexander Stevenson W.S., son of Hugh Stevenson, Merchant of Oban who was apprenticed to John Campbell W.S., married Martha, youngest daughter of James Pollock of Campbelltown on 29 August 1811, and died 30 September 1815. He was probably the Duncan Stevenson who married Alexandrina Campbell on the 10 July 1810. Printer of The Beacon in 1821-22, he was sued for libel by James Stewart W.S. He appears at a house address in Edinburgh until 1857, but not afterwards. The overseer of the Book Department in 1831 was Charles Stewart and that of the Law Department was R. Hardie Gray's Dir 1832. See also Duncan Stevenson & Co. In 1856 he sold the printing business to William Blackwood & Sons. He retired and died on 29 August 1867, in his 92nd year. In 1870 J. Stevenson seems to be in charge of the firm. The firm continued as stereotypers and electrotypers, and later as process engravers, surviving until the 1960s. Pigot 1820 gives the firm's address as 210 High Street. John Moir is described as 'of D. Stevenson & Co' in Edin Dir 1833-35.
    Leslie Fleming. An Octogenarian Printer's Recollections. Edinburgh, 1893; Letter from Michael S. Moss; EdinBurg; Edin Dir; Pigot 1820; 1825; 1837
  • STEVENSON, George bookseller, bookbinder and stationer Aberdeen
    23 Union Street, head of Shiprow 1830
    Beavan
  • STEVENSON, James printer and engraver Aberdeen
    6 Queen Street 1839-73
    Added lithographic printing to his stock-in-trade in 1850. Was succeeded in the premises by Alexander Dakers.
    Beavan; Schenck; Bush.2
  • STEVENSON, James bookbinder Edinburgh
    1 Hunter Square 1812
    139 High Street 1813
    Edin Dir
  • STEVENSON, James printer Edinburgh
    50 St Mary's Wynd 1814-21
    Edin Dir
  • STEVENSON, James newspaper office Edinburgh
    of The Courant Office - 29 Gilmore Place 1833
    56 Queen Street 1834-47
    Edin Dir
  • STEVENSON, James bookbinder Edinburgh
    5 Alison Square 1841
    Edin Dir
  • STEVENSON, James preses Bookbinders Benefit Society Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1838
    5 Allison Square 1841-42
    29 Richmond Place 1842-43
    104 Rose Street 1844-48
    bookbinder Register House and preses Bookbinders Benefit Society 104 Rose Street 1849-51
    bookbinder to Register House -house 20 Middle Arthur Place 1852
    265 High Street 1853-54
    Preses of the Bookbinders Benefit Society 1838; 1841-50
    Edin Dir
  • STEVENSON, James bookbinder and stationer Greenock
    57 Cathcart Street 1845
    Greenock 1845
  • STEVENSON, John bookseller and stationer Edinburgh
    87 Princes Street 1824-28
    bookseller same address 1829-30
    Burgess and Guild Brother as apprentice to James Watt bookbinder 7 December 1820. 'Junior' only in Edin Dir 1824. The National Library of Scotland has a catalogues of John Stevenson dated 1825-30 at prices affixed.
    EdinBurg; Edin Dir; Pigot 1825
  • STEVINSTOUNE, John bookbinder Glasgow
    Glasgow 1680
    Burgess as serving apprentice with James Browne bookbinder 30 September 1680.
    GlasBurg
  • STEVENSON, Margaret bookseller Beith
    Cross 1825
    Pigot 1825
  • STEVENSON, Robert apprentice bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1722
    Brother-german to Mr James Stevenson, Minister of South Leith, apprenticed to Harry Spittle bookbinder 14 February 1722.
    EdinPren
  • STEVENSON, Thomas bookseller Edinburgh
    87 Princes Street 1833
    Thomas G. Stevenson bookseller and bookbinder same address 1834-45
    publisher same address 1850
    The National Library of Scotland has a catalogue of Thomas Stevenson 'books at prices affixed'.
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1837
  • STEVENSON, Thomas bookseller Paisley
    Paisley 1788?
    A cry from the dead. Or, the ghost of the famous Mr. James Guthrie appearing was printed for him by Peter McArthur.
    Crawford
  • STEVENSON, Thomas G. bookseller Edinburgh
    87 Princes Street 1831-33
    bookseller and bookbinder same address 1834-45
    antiquarian and historical bookseller same address 1846-48
    bookseller, publisher and bookbinder same address 1849-58
    22 Frederick Street 1859-94
    Burgess and Guild Brother in right of father John Stevenson bookseller 27 October 1838. 'antiquarian bookseller' 1844. The National Library of Scotland has three catalogues of Thomas G. Stevenson 1847, 1848 and [n.d.]. He was the author of a number of books including Notices of David Laing LLD. 1878; Edinburgh in the olden time. 1880; and A bibliography of James Maidment 1883;
    Edin Dir; EdinBurg
  • STEVENSON, Walter Hart circulating library Edinburgh
    Parliament Close Denovan's 1804
    Walter Hart Stevenson bookseller and stationer Edinburgh admitted to Sanctuary for debt at Holyroodhouse 8 January 1805.
    Edin Dir; Cadell
  • STEVENSON, William bookbinder Dundee
    Castle Lane 1837
    Pigot 1837
  • STEWART and FORREST bookbinders Edinburgh
    97 High Street 1812
    39 High Street 1813
    Edin Dir
  • STEWART & M'DONALD engravers Glasgow
    131 Trongate 1828
    Glas Dir
  • STEWART & MEIKLE bookseller Glasgow
    Trongate 1796-98
    Glasgow 1799
    NLS Impr Ind
  • STEWART and WATSON booksellers and stationers Edinburgh
    Cross 1811
    192 High Street 1812
    Edin Dir
  • STEWART, RUTHVEN & Co printers Edinburgh
    Old Fishmarket Close 1790
    Head of Forrester's Wynd 1793
    Charles Stewart printer of the Edinburgh Herald same address 1794-97
    Edin Dir
  • STEWART subscription library Burntisland
    Burntisland 1852
    Slater 1852
  • STEWART, Adam bookseller, stationer and circulating library Edinburgh
    38 Howe Street 1823-27
    and stamp distributor and newsroom same address 1828-33
    Alexander Learmonth at that address 1834.
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1825
  • STEWART, Alexander bookseller Arbroath
    Arbroath 1790-98
    Appears in a list of subscribers to David Morison's Poems. Montrose, 1790 and in the imprints of books in 1792 and 1793.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • STEWART, Alexander apprentice bookbinder Glasgow
    Glasgow 1713
    Alexander Stewart, son of James Stewart of Glasgow bookbinder apprenticed to Hendrie Luke bookbinder Glasgow 1713
    Maxted
  • STEWART, Andrew bookbinder Edinburgh
    College Wynd 1783-84
    Edinburgh 1795
    Son of late John Stewart, at Dalhousie, apprenticed to Mark and Charles Kerr, H.M. Printers for Scotland for 5 years 1 July 1790. Burgess as apprentice to Mark & Charles Kerrs H.M. Printers and Stationers for Scotland 12 March 1795.
    Edin Dir; EdinPren; EdinBurg
  • STEWART, Charles printer Edinburgh
    Charles Stewart, James Ruthven & Company Old Fishmarket Close 1790
    printer of the Herald Forrester's Wynd 1791-93
    [house] 26 North Hanover Street 1793-94
    Charles Stewart and Company printer of the Herald Head of Forrester's Wynd
    1794-1809
    Printer to the Highland Society 1799
    Old Bank Close Lawnmarket July 1809-23
    stereotyper same address 1825
    Printer to the University 1809-13
    Old Bank Close 1816-33
    Burgess in right of father John Stewart 4 December 1804. "Has removed his printing office from the Head of Forrester's Wynd to the house lately occupied by the Bank of Scotland in the Old Bank Close, Lawnmarket, Edinburgh." Edinburgh Evening Courant 1 July 1809; "... Charles Stewart died - on April 27th, 1823 - and his business was taken over by Mr Duncan Stevenson [of Mundell, Doig and Stevenson]..." Leslie Fleming. An octogenarian printer's recollections. Edinburgh, 1893.'Overseer Stevenson & Co Book Department' Gray's Dir 1832. There is a collection of his correspondence in Edinburgh University Library.
    Edin Dir; EdinBurg; NLS Impr Ind; Pigot 1825
  • STEWART, Charles engraver and copperplate printer Edinburgh
    74 Rose Street 1837
    Pigot 1837; Gray 1837
  • STEWART, Colin printer Greenock
    26 Tobago Street 1845
    13 Nicholson Street 1853-61
    15 Nicolson Street 1868
    19 Nicolson Street 1873-75
    Greenock 1845; 1853; 1861; 1868; 1873; 1875
  • STEWART, D. librarian Dunblane
    Dunblane 1852
    Slater 1852
  • STEWART, Daniel bookbinder Edinburgh
    Niddry's Wynd 1782
    Edin Dir
  • STEWART, David journeyman compositor Edinburgh
    at Messrs Ballantine & Co 1825
    Preses of the Edinburgh Compositors Society 1825
    Edin Dir
  • STEWART, Duncan printer Edinburgh
    Currie's Close 1777-78
    Herriot's Bridge 1780
    Edin Dir
  • STEWART, Duncan bookseller Glasgow
    48 King Street 1825
    bookseller and stationer 184 Trongate 1828-47
    stationer same address 1849
    Glas Dir; Pigot 1825; 1837
  • STEWART, Duncan bookseller Glasgow
    115 King Street 1828
    Glas Dir
  • STEWART (STUART), George bookseller Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1712
    A little above the Cross 1713
    At the sign of the Book and Angel a little above the Cross (in the Parliament Close) 1713-22
    In the Parliament Close 1723-30
    Edinburgh 1734
    "Name occurs first as a bookbinder in the list of subscribers to Abercromby's Marital atchievements of the Scots nation... Edinburgh, 1711. Married Anna, daughter of James Edmondstoun, Writer, December 7th 1712." Bushnell; "Against the first of June next will be published, The history of affairs of Church and state in Scotland... by Alexander Bruce... the book is to be given out by... Mris Stewart, relict of George Stewart bookseller, at her house in Anderson's Land, in the West Bow." The Thistle 8 May 1734; George Stewart's will was registered 13 August 1745. Agent for Advocate's Library November 1717. Apprentices: as bookbinders: George Halliday 19 November 1712; Thomas Mitchell 11 March 1713; Alexander Davidson 12 January 1715, Burgess 7 September 1720; Arthur Ross 7 May 1718, Burgess 14 April 1762; as booksellers Thomas Mitchell, son of Andrew Mitchell late of Perth maltman, apprenticed to George Stewart, bookseller, Edinburgh 1713; John Murray 12 June 1717; James Bridie 21 August 1723; William Drummond 24 August 1726, Burgess 21 May 1735.
    NLS Impr Ind; EdinMarr; EdinPren; Maxted; EdinBurg; EdinTest
    ,
    STEWART, George printer Edinburgh
    Tailor's Hall 1774
    Appears in Stent Rolls, until deleted in 1774-75 with the coming of William Perry's Academy. It is possible that Perry took over George Stewart's plant.
    Alexander Law. 'William Perry, his Academy and printing press in Edinburgh and his publications.' Edinburgh Bibliographical Society Transactions iv,98
  • STEWART, George printer Edinburgh
    Bristo Street 1778
    Blackfriar's Wynd 1782
    overseer King's Printing House 1784
    printer Pleasance 1786
    Married Miss Hannah daughter of the Rev Mr Cunningham at East Barns, parish of Spott 19 September 1780. No address 1784
    Edin Dir; EdinMarr
  • STEWART, James paper maker Colinton
    Redhall Paper Milne 1788
    Daughter Jean married James Blackie mason 10 April 1788.
    EdinMarr
  • STEWART, James bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1713
    Burgess by Act of Council 20 May 1713.
    EdinBurg
  • STEWART, James apprentice bookseller Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1764
    Son of late Francis Stewart, wright at Bristow, apprenticed to William Miller bookseller for 5 years 10 October 1764.
    EdinPren
  • STEWART, James engraver Edinburgh
    2 Alison Square 1813
    24 Richmond Street 1814
    11 Roxburghe Place 1815
    Edin Dir
  • STEWART [STUART], James historical and landscape engraver Edinburgh
    12 Hermitage-row 1820
    8 Hermitage Place, Stockbridge 1822
    19 Gilmore Place 1823-25
    historical engraver 18 Gilmore Place 1825-26
    20 Gilmore Place 1827-29
    engraver 8 South Bridge 1830
    63 North Bridge 1831-33
    Born in Edinburgh October or November1791.Articled to Robert Scott, engraver, Edinburgh, and studied at The Trustees Academy, he was associated with David Wilkie. On the foundation of the Royal Scottish Academy in 1826. In 1830 he moved to London. In 1833 he emigrated to the Cape Colony, but lost everything in the Kaffir Wars. He then moved to the town of Somerset, where by teaching and portrait painting he earned enough to buy another property. He became a magistrate and a member of the legislature and died there in May 1863.
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1820; 1825; Bush.2; DNB
  • STEWART, James engraver Edinburgh
    134 High Street 1827
    Edin Dir
  • STEWART, James bookseller Edinburgh
    69 Cumberland Street 1843
    38 Cumberland Steet 1844
    44 Cumberland Street 1845
    Edin Dir
  • STEWART (STUART), James bookseller Glasgow
    In the middle of the Salt-Mercat 1703-7
    James Stewart stationer Burgess and Guild brother by right of father 19 May 1698.
    GlasBurg; NLS Impr Ind
  • STEWART, James bookseller stationer and printer Kirkcudbright
    Castle Street 1852
    Slater 1852
  • STEWART, James bookseller & stationer Moffat
    Moffat 1852
    Slater 1852
  • STEWART, James foreman printer Paisley
    Patrickbank 1851
    Probably cloth, or possibly the person given as at Alexander Gardner's in Paisley 1868.
    Paisley 1851; 1868
  • STEWART, Janet bookseller Greenock
    Square 1825
    Pigot 1825
  • STEWART, John bookseller Arbroath
    High-street 1820-25
    182 High Street 1837
    Pigot 1820; 1825; 1837
  • STEWART, John bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1779
    Married Marjory daughter of deceast - Young day labourer 31 December 1779.
    EdinMarr
  • STEWART, John bookseller Edinburgh
    Lawnmarket, North side 1788-91
    Burgess 21 September 1786.
    EdinBurg; Edin Dir; NLS Impr Ind
  • STEWART, John printer Edinburgh
    Canongate 1797
    Married Julian daughter of Adam Hamilton grocer in Cross Casway in Canongate Kirk 1 November 1797.
    CanonMarr
  • STEWART, John engraver Edinburgh
    Reikie's Land, Nicolson's Street 1799-1803
    18 Mid Rose Street 1804-05
    Edin Dir
  • STEWART, John bookbinder Edinburgh
    306 Lawnmarket 1812
    Edin Dir
  • STEWART, John bookseller Edinburgh
    10 South Richmond Street 1817-19
    8 South Richmond Street 1820
    Edin Dir
  • STEWART, John newspaper office Edinburgh
    of Weekly Chronicle Office - house 4 Fisher Close, Lawnmarket 1822
    Edin Dir
  • STEWART, John newspaper printer Edinburgh
    of North British Advertiser Office 6 James Court 1834-42
    overseer Gray 1835.
    Gray 1834; Edin Dir



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