Tilloch, Alexander - Waldie, Alexander

  • TILLOCH, Alexander printer and bookseller Glasgow
    Alexander Tilloch and Company Glasgow 1784
    Alexander Tilloch Glasgow 1785-86
    Probably the Alexander Tilloch of George and Alexander Tilloch, tobacconists, High Street. Tait's Glasgow Directory for 1783. By 1787, the firm is George Tilloch, tobacconist, West side High-street facing the well. Jones 1787. It is not in the directory for 1789. Alex. Tilloch and Company appear as the printers in the imprint of the eighth edition of Salomon Gessner's The death of Abel. Glasgow, 1784. The prospectus of a new translation of the Bible is "to be had at the shop of A. Tilloch, bookseller, Glasgow" Glasgow Mercury 29 December 1785; The British songster was printed for him and for other booksellers in 1786, and he is selling John Fleming's A new and compleat system of astronomy, Glasgow Mercury 6 July 1786. Alexander Tilloch was admitted Burgess and Guild Brother of Glasgow 29 August 1776 as eldest living son to John Tilloch merchant. His younger brother George was admitted 2 February 1781.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • TIPPER, George wholesale stationer Edinburgh
    172 Canongate 1827
    of Cowan & Co house 47 Ann Street 1828-29
    house 14 St John Street 1829-33
    no trade 20 Brighton Place, Portobello Gray's 1837
    Esq 26 Ann Street 1840-41
    Mrs Tipper same address 1842-44
    7 Lothian Road 1845
    Partner in Cowan & Co 1829
    Edin Dir; James Gray. Reply to "The Case of John Gray". Edinburgh, 1831
  • TODD, Alexander bookseller Edinburgh
    2 St Patrick Square 1818-19
    1 St Patrick Square 1820
    bookseller and public library 2 St Patrick Square 1821-27
    bookseller, stationer and circulating library 9 St Patrick Square 1828-35
    1 St Patrick Square 1836-55
    8 St Patrick Square 1856
    3 Clerk Street 1857-58
    Mrs A Todd same address 1859
    2 Patrick Street Pigot 1820, Edin Dir has 1 Patrick Square that year! New Dir 1824 '24 Clerk Street'. This is the same address as St Patrick Square.
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1820; 1825; 1837
  • TOD, Andrew bookseller Dundee
    30 Murray-gate 1820
    Pigot 1820
  • TOD, George bookbinder Edinburgh
    12 Clyde Street 1836-37,39
    21 Clyde Street 1838,40-42
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1837
  • TOD, James newspaper office and printer Cupar in Fife
    Fifeshire Journal Office Cameron's Buildings, Straiton's Close 1837
    Cupar 1838-48
    17 Bonnygate November 1849
    Campbell Journal
  • TOD, James printer Edinburgh
    Dewar's Land, Foot of Forrester's Wynd Denovan's 1804
    Edin Dir
  • TOD, James engraver Edinburgh
    of Mould & Tod 30 Rutland Square 1846-47
    38 Dublin Street 1848-50
    4 Brunton Place 1851-68
    16 Royal Terrace 1869-96
    Edin Dir
  • TODD, John bookseller Arbroath
    Arbroath (Aberbrothock) 1760-9
    Will of John Tod, stationer Arbroath registered 1 July 1794.
    NLS Impr Ind; StAndrewsTest
  • TOD, John bookbinder Edinburgh
    19 Clyde Street 1826-30
    12 Clyde Street 1831-36
    Edin Dir; Gray 1836
  • TOD, John engraver Edinburgh
    5 Pitt Street 1831
    Burnet's Close 1832-33
    10 Hunter Square 1834-39
    8 South St Andrew Street 1840-43
    8 Thistle Street 1844-83
    Tod & Martin same address 1884-86
    John Tod same address 1887-97
    26 Frederick Street 1898-1900
    16 Hunter Square Pigot 1837
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1837
  • TODD, John bookbinder and stationer Edinburgh
    1 Forth Street 1839
    Edin Dir
  • TOD, John engraver Perth
    47 High Street 1852
    Slater 1852
  • TODD, John & Co inkmakers Perth
    Charteris Street 1852
    Slater 1852
  • TOD, W. & Co bookbinders Edinburgh
    10 North St Andrews Street 1834
    W. Tod bookbinder and stationer same address 1835
    bookseller and binder 1 Forth Street 1838
    Edin Dir
  • TOD, Walter L. lithographer and engraver Edinburgh
    30 Hanover 1849
    25 North Bridge 1850-51
    20 North Bridge 1852-53
    Edin Dir
  • TOD, William bookbinder Edinburgh
    W. Tod & Co 10 North St Andrews Street 1833-34
    William Tod bookbinder and stationer same address 1835
    1 Forth Street 1835-37
    bookseller and binder same address 1838
    Gray 1833; Edin Dir; Pigot 1837
  • TODD (TOD), William junior papermaker Lasswade
    St Leonards Mill 1844-70
    William Tod & Son same address 1871-95
    John Tod & Son same address 1896-20th Century
    There was a William Tod junior baker in Lasswade. Not junior Edin Dir 1849-.
    Edin Dir; Slater 1852
  • TODD, William saddler, emigration agent, post house, and printer Thurso and Wick
    Thurso 1825-29
    Muckle Trance, off Bridge Street, Wick 1830-31
    Born in Dundee 17 February 1796, he went to Thurso in 1820. Relied greatly on his foreman Donald Sutherland. In 1864 he retired to Perth where his son was associated in the manufacture of ink. Died at Dundee 28 July 1876.
    John Mowat 'Books and Printing in Caithness' Records of the Glasgow Bibliographical Society vi 84-94 (1920)
  • TOFTS, Robert printer Edinburgh
    Carrubber's Close [135 High Street] 1845-48
    W. & R. Tofts same address 1849
    Robert Tofts same address 1850
    10 St Anthony Place 1851
    Edin Dir
  • TOFTS, William printer Edinburgh
    3 Heriot Mount 1840
    23 Drummond Street 1841-47
    Edin Dir
  • TORROP, Christopher newspaper editor Edinburgh
    Edinburgh Evening Post (Editor) 16 South St David Street 1837
    Pigot 1837
  • TOSHOCH, James apprentice bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1699
    Son to Mr Alexander Toshoch, schoolmaster at Moffatt, apprenticed to William Patersone bookbinder 6 September 1699.
    EdinPren
  • TOWNSEND, Francis engraver and enameler Edinburgh
    14 North Richmond Street 1829-31
    10 South College Street 1832-33
    10 South St James's Street 1834-40
    same address and Waverley Tavern 4 Broughton Street 1841
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1837
  • TOWNSEND, William & Co musicseller Edinburgh
    harpmaker 3 Canongate 1824-25
    92 Princes Street 1826-28
    musicseller 3 South St Andrew Street 1829
    harp and pianoforte makers Elder Street Hall 1830-32
    musicsellers same address 1833
    W. Townsend harp and pianoforte maker 9 Greenside Place 1834-47
    William Townsend & Son pianoforte and organ builders 9-10 Greenside Place 1848-74
    Townsend, Son & Thomson same address 1875-77
    Townsend, Thomson & Grubb musicsellers 101 George Street 1878-80
    Townsend & Thomson same address 1881-82
    79 George Street 1883-20th Century
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1837
  • TOWNSHEND, Robert B. printer Glasgow
    compositor at the University Press, Glasgow, 1825
    James M'Conechy. An Introductory Address delivered on the 19th of March 1825, on the formation of a Literary and Scientific Institution among the workmen of the University Printing Office, Glasgow with a reply by James A. Begg. Glasgow, 1825
  • TRAILL, James bookseller Edinburgh
    stationer Parliament Square 1774-78
    no trade Society 1780
    stationer same address 1782
    late bookseller same address 1784
    no trade same address 1786-88
    Edin Dir
  • TRAILL, John bookseller Edinburgh
    Parliament-Closs 1729-64
    Probably in partnership with James Davidson 1735-37. Carnie & Doig I. Apprentice: John Mein apprenticed to John Trail bookseller Edinburgh 1754
    NLS Impr Ind; Maxted; Caledonian Mercury 9 January 1760; 4 February 1761; 12 January 1763; 1 February 1764
  • TRAIL, John bookseller Fraserburgh
    Mid Street 1852
    Slater 1852
  • TRAIN, William engraver Edinburgh
    Burdiehouse 1826
    Burgess and Guild Brother as apprentice to Daniel Lizars engraver 17 August 1826; apprenticed same day as from 1 December 1784.
    EdinBurg
  • TRENCH [TRINSH; TRINCH], David bookbinder and stationer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1659-71
    Burgess as son to umquhile John Trench flesher 24 August 1659; married Janet Mitchell 11 October 1660; Listed as a debtor in Lithgow's inventory in 1662; He issued a printed Catalogus librorum venalium apud D. Trench in 1667. Guild Brother by right of wife Jonet daughter to William Mitchell 19 December 1668. Children buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 17 May 1668; 5 October 1669; his daughter 16 December 1669; and further children 22 February 1671 and 13 January 1672. Described as bookbinder in Greyfriars Burial Register in 1661 and 1662. Trench was one of the partners in A. Anderson's privilege and appointment as King's Printer in 1671. Buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 29 November 1671. Will registered 4 October 1672. His widow, Janet Mitchell, married Robert Malloch. The inventory of his will gives some details of his share in the Anderson copartnery. Bann.Misc.ii, 281. His name appears in imprints in each year from 1664 to 1668 and in 1671. Apprentice: 'with David Trinsh bookseller', Gideon Shaw 5 September 1660, Burgess 20 November 1667.
    Aldis 1904; EdinBurg; EdinMarr; GreyBuri; EdinTest; EdinPren
  • TRENCH, John bookseller Edinburgh
    of [D.] Ferrier & [John] Trench 26 Royal Crescent 1844-46
    no trade same address 1847-48
    of Ferrier & Trench 1843-46.
    Edin Dir
  • TROTTER, Helen subscription library Lasswade
    Lasswade 1847-52
    Edin Dir; Slater 1852
  • TROTTER, Young & Son papermakers Duns
    John Pitcairn and Young Trotter Broomhouse Paper Mill Company 1790-1824
    Young Trotter and Son Broomhouse Paper Mill 1825-42
    Chirnside Bridge Mill, Chirnside, Berwickshire 1842-20th Century
    Broomhouse was Mill No 34. Not in Mill List 1852. Chirnside Bridge, which opened 30 December 1842, was Mill No 61. 'The paper-making business which is carried on at Chirnside was originally seated on the north side of the River Whiteadder, at Broomhouse, near Duns, where a small paper mill was erected in the latter part of the eighteenth century and in 1786 John Pitcairn, tenant of Melville Mill at Lasswade, leased the Broomhouse paper mill. Four years later he was joined by his brother-in-law Mr Young Trotter and they traded under the style of Broomhouse Paper Mill Company.' Mr Trotter took over the mill on John Pitcairn's retirement to Edinburgh. In 1823 Mr Trotter took his son George Cranstoun Trotter into partnership. Young Trotter died at Broomhouse 1 December 1841, aged 74. In 1848 his elder brother died and he succeeded to the estates. As a result he changed his name to George Cranstoun Trotter-Cranstoun. He was succeeded in the business by his nephew Robert Nicholson Slight who had been a partner for some time previous, and had been trained at the Cowan Mill at Valleyfield.
    Pigot 1825; 1837; Slater 1852; Thomson; Historical Account of Papermaking in Berwickshire. Edinburgh, 1923.
  • TROUP, George newspaper office Edinburgh, Liverpool, Montrose, Aberdeen, Belfast, Glasgow
    Tait's Magazne Edinburgh -1837
    Weekly Telegraph , Liverpool 1837-
    Montrose Review 1838-39
    Aberdeen Banner 1839-1842
    Banner of Ulster, Belfast 1842-46
    North Daily British Mail, Glasgow 1847-52?
    Son of George Troup cabinet maker and Margaret Cumming. He was born in Stonehaven 17 January 1811. Educated at Fettereso, he was apprenticed to Mr Brebner ironmonger in Stonehaven for five years in 1824. He left Stnehaven and became sub-editor of Tait's Magazine. About the beginning of 1837 he was engaged as editor of the Liverpool Weekly Telegraph. The owners however went bankrupt, and he became editor of The Montrose Review, which post he held for eighteen months. On 6 August 1838 he married his cousin Helen Cumming. on 25 March 1845 he married his second wife, Helen Elmslie. He died in 1879?
    George Elmslie Troup. Life of George Troup journalist. Edinburgh, 1881.
  • TROUP, George, Glasgow Printing Company printer Glasgow
    29 Dunlop Street 1847
    Glas Dir
  • TROUP, William merchant and bookseller Aberdeen
    Broad Street 1797
    12 Gallowgate 1819-29
    Sold copies of An affectionate address intended to promote the piety of young Christians. Aberdeen, 1797. Succeeded William Knight 1819. Bible Society Depository.
    NLS Impr Ind; Beavan; Pigot 1820; 1825
  • TRUE-MAN, John printer Edimbourgh
    a l'enseigne de Platon 1746
    Claude de Nonney de Fontenai's Lettres sur l'education des princes was issued with this imprint. The work was in fact printed in Paris.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • TRUE SCOTSMAN newspaper office Edinburgh
    82 South Bridge 1840
    Edin Dir
  • TULLIDELPH, David apprentice mercer and bookseller Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1719
    David Tullidelph, son of John Tullidelph deceased, apprenticed to James M'Euen mercer and bookseller of Edinburgh 1719
    Maxted
  • TULLIS, George Smith bookseller, printer and newspaper office Cupar in Fife
    Robert Tullis bookseller Cupar in Fife 1797-1800
    6-8 Bonnygate 1801
    printer same address 1802-08
    Printer to the University of St Andrews same address and Market Street, St Andrews 1809-30
    George Smith Tullis same address 1831-48
    John C. Orr same address 1848-79
    The eldest son of Robert Tullis and Agnes Smith, he was born in 1805. He inherited, on his father's death in 1831, the business as bookseller, printer and newspaper owner. He died on 7 May 1848.
    D. W. Doughty. The Tullis Press, Cupar 1803-49. Dundee: Abertay Historical Society publication No.12, 1967. and Supplement Bibliotheck xi 108- (1983); Campbell Tullis; NLS Impr Ind; Schenck
  • TULLIS, L. & Co paper makers Edinburgh
    Robert Tullis & Co 5 Royal Exchange 1827-32
    L. Tullis & Co same address 1833-34
    Robert Tullis & Co Auchmuty Paper Warehouse same address 1835-38
    Robert Tullis & Co same address 1839-40
    14 West Register Street 1841-42
    14 St James Square 1843-56
    7 George Street 1857-83
    Tullis & Co same address 1884-20th Century
    R. Tullis & Co Gray 1834
    Edin Dir
  • TULLIS, Robert bookseller, printer and papermaker Cupar in Fife
    bookseller Cupar in Fife 1797-1800
    6-8 Bonnygate 1801
    printer same address 1802-08
    Printer to the University of St Andrews same address and Market Street, St Andrews 1809-30
    George Smith Tullis same address 1831-48
    John C. Orr same address 1848-79
    Robert Tullis, son of William Tullis, blacksmith of St Andrews, and Jane Russell was born in 1775; bound apprentice to Patrick Bower, University bookbinder and stationer in St Andrews, 28 November 1786 and freed in November 1790. By August 1797, he had established himself as a bookseller in Cupar. In the year 1800 he published a book, and in 1801 he set up a printing press. He married Miss Agnes Smith, only daughter of George Smith in Kinnaird in October 1804. They had three sons, George Smith, William and Robert. In 1807 he printed an edition of Sallust on University Paper, for the University of St Andrews. University Paper was paper that received a 'drawback' or rebate of duty under the terms of the Excise Act of 1807. From that point on he printed large numbers of classical texts, and calls himself Academiae Andreanae Typographus on titlepages of the books from 1809. The classical texts are handsome, scholarly and accurate and soon achieved wide fame and distribution. In 1809 he converted the meal mill of Auchmuchty at Rothes into a paper-mill. Tullis used his own paper in books printed in 1811 and afterwards. The paper has the countermark 'RT & Coy' and the date. About 1817, he acquired land at Burnside, and built the Burnside Printing Works. In 1822 he started a newspaper, The Cupar Herald, printed at the Burnside Works. The following year it changed its name to The Fife Herald, which in that name has lasted into the 20th Century. Tullis was succeeded as editor by a former apprentice of his David Molyson, who resigned because of ill-health in 1831. All the printing of the newspaper was done by two pressmen, Arthur Aitken and Alexander Shaw. Robert Tullis died in February 1831. George Smith Tullis, who was born in 1805, took over the paper. He died in 1848. After George Tullis's death, in 1849, the only surviving brother, William sold the business to the partnership of Whitehead and Burns, but retained ownership of the property. When their successor J.C. Orr went bankrupt in 1869, the firm reverted to the ownership of the Tullis family, who transferred the business to John Innes in 1879.
    D. W. Doughty. The Tullis Press, Cupar 1803-49. Dundee: Abertay Historical Society publication No.12, 1967. and Supplement Bibliotheck xi 108- (1983); Campbell Tullis; NLS Impr Ind; Schenck; C.D.M. Ketelbey. Tullis Russell: the history of R. Tullis & Company and Tullis Russell & Co. Ltd. 1809-1959. Markinch, 1967.
  • TULLIS, Robert & Co paper warehouse Edinburgh
    5 Royal Exchange 1825-32
    L. Tullis & Co same address 1833-34
    Robert Tullis & Co Auchmuty Paper Warehouse same address 1835-39
    Robert Tullis & Co same address 1840
    14 West Register Street 1841-42
    14 St James Square 1843-56
    7 George Street 1857-83
    Tullis & Co same address 1884-20th Century
    R. Tullis & Co Gray 1834; Henry Lumsden of R. Tullis & Co Edin Dir 1845-46.
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1825; 1837
  • TULLIS, Robert & Co paper makers Markinch
    Rothies Mill 1825
    Rothes Mill and Auchmuchty 1832-60
    Rothes and Fettykill Mills, Markinch 1876
    Auchmuchty was Mill No 10.
    Pigot 1825; 1837; Slater 1852; Thomson; Mill List 1876 (NLS)
  • TULLIS, Robert papermaker Water of Leven
    West Paper Mill 1813
    Statement of the various erections and machinery on the Water of Leven. 1st March 1813. Broadside R.Tullis, Printer, Cupar (NLS S.Sh.S.1.90.34)
  • TULLY, Robert fancy stationer and bookseller Edinburgh
    of Finlay and Tully - house 51 Clerk Street 1847
    Mrs Tully same address 1848
    lodgings same address 1849-50
    Edin Dir
  • TURNBULL, Adam bookseller and binder Jedburgh
    Market Place 1825-52
    'Good; No great hand either as B.S. or Binder' Oliver and Boyd Travellers Logbook NLS Acc.5000/78. Jedburgh not in Pigot 1820; Turnbull not in Pigot 1821.
    Bell; Pigot 1825; 1837; Slater 1852
  • TURNBULL, Andrew & Co printers Edinburgh
    156 High Street 1838-41
    317 High Street 1842-46
    printers and lithographers same address 1847-48
    Published a numbered series of twopenny children's books. The National Library of Scotland has the History of Dick Whittington and his cat; with Puss in Boots which has a list of the titles in the series on the back cover.
    Edin Dir; Chapbook Printers
  • TURNBULL, James subscription library Lilliesleaf
    Lilliesleaf 1852
    Slater 1852
  • TURNBULL, John printer Edinburgh
    Anchor Close 1804-05
    Old Assembly Close 1806
    Admitted to Sanctuary for debt at Holyroodhouse 17 November 1806.
    Edin Dir; Cadell
  • TURNBULL, John marbled paper maker Edinburgh
    243 High Street 1837
    Allan's Close 1838-43
    9 Carrubber's Close 1844-45
    Edin Dir
  • TURNBULL, Robert bookbinder Airdrie
    48 South Bridge Street 1825
    Pigot 1825
  • TURNBULL, Robert apprentice bookbinder Glasgow
    Glasgow 1744
    Robert Turnbull, son of Matthew Turnbull, apprenticed to Daniel Baxter bookbinder Glasgow 1744
    Maxted
  • TURNBULL, Thomas printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1798
    Head of the Canongate 1799
    Thomas and John Turnbull same address 1799-1801
    Thomas Turnbull Sellers Land Potter-row 1802
    Head of the Canongate 1803-07
    Turnbull & Gall, [James] Old Assembly Close 1808-10
    Thomas Turnbull same address 1811-30
    Thomas Turnbull & Sons same address 1831-37
    Married Agnes daughter of James Gall tailor 8 September 1797. Burgess and Guild Brother in right of wife Agnes daughter of James Gall tailor 30 March 1808. James Gall printer was the son of James Gall tailor.
    EdinMarr; NLS Impr Ind; Edin Dir
  • TURNBULL, William printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1704
    Burgess. Married Isobel Taitt, widow of William Wood seaman 3 September 1704.
    EdinMarr
  • TURNBULL, William printer Edinburgh
    at the foot of Royal Bank Close 1793-99
    Sellers Land Potterrow 1799-01
    Anchor Close 1801-3
    John Turnbull same address 1805
    Old Assembly Close 1806
    John Turnbull and James Gall same address 1808-10
    Thomas Turnbull same address 1811-37
    Married Isobel daughter of deceased Robert Gray gardener at Nedpath Peebles 24 March 1785. Married Janet Ogilvie natural daughter of Andrew Wauchope of Nidry 20 September 1790. Printed George Bell's A collection of poems. Edinburgh, 1794. "Printing materials to be sold, and house to let... at the foot of Royal Bank Close... A complete set of printing materials, consisting of presses, types, cases tables &c. and to be let the house... presently occupied as a printing office by Mr William Turnbull..." Edinburgh Weekly Journal 20 March 1799.
    EdinMarr; NLS Impr Ind
  • TURNBULL, William general merchant Galashiels
    Galashiels 1821-25
    'Good. General Merchant & to a great extent usually styled by Travellers "Willie a things" Oliver and Boyd Travellers Logbook NLS Acc.5000/78. Linen and Woollen Draper, Haberdasher and and General Merchant 1825
    Bell; Pigot 1821; 1825;
  • TURNBULL, William bookseller and stationer Glasgow
    156 Tron-gate 1809-20
    Glas Dir; Pigot 1820
  • TURNER, Allan printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1766
    Married Kennedy daughter to William Daw dyer in Portsburgh 26 October 1766 [not under Daw].
    EdinMarr
  • TURNER, Daniel paper warehouse Glasgow
    73 Bell Street 1837
    Rag merchant only in index Pigot 1837.
    Pigot 1837
  • TURNER, George stationer Glasgow
    42 and 44 Wilson Street 1835-37
    wholesale stationer same address 1840
    87 Ingram Street 1844-47
    George Turner & Co wholesale stationers and general merchants 52 Glassford Street 1849
    Glas Dir; Pigot 1837
  • TURNER, James lithographic printer Edinburgh
    1 Lothian Road 1831-35
    James Turner & Co [1] Lothian Road 1836-43
    engravers, lithographers and printers same address 1844-62
    54-56 Lothian Road 1863-66
    78 Lothian Road 1867
    Lothian Road 1868
    29 Lothian Road 1869
    27 Lothian Road 1870
    James Turner junior same address 1871-75
    James Turner & Co same address 1876-81
    9 Lothian Road 1882-86
    103 Lothian Road 1887-20th Century
    Not in trades index Edin Dir 1845. Lithographed advertisement Edin Dir 1848 (trade card) and 1850. James Turner junior in Edin Dir 1875
    Edin Dir; Pigot 1837; Slater 1860; 1867; Schenck
  • TURNER, James printer Glasgow
    High Street 1791
    NLS Impr Ind
  • TURNER, John marbled paper manufacturer Edinburgh
    243 High Street 1837
    Gray 1837
  • TURNER, John bookseller Glasgow
    185 High Street 1828
    Glas Dir
  • TURNER, John & Co paper warehouse Glasgow
    149 Stockwell 1828
    Glas Dir
  • TURNER, John bookseller Greenock
    8 William-street 1820
    William Street 1825
    Pigot 1820; 1825
  • TURNER [TUAIRNER], Peter [Paruig] chapman Inverary
    Inverary 1809-20?
    In 1809, he edited a collection of Gaelic poems by Ranald Macdonald of Eig, which was published as Comh-Chruinneachad Orain Ghaidhealach le Raonull Macdhomnuill ann an eilieinn Eigg. Ath-Leasaichte le Paruig Tuairneir. Glasgow: printed and sold by James Duncan, 1809. Turner was the chapman for whom the Inverary chapbooks were printed in Gaelic by Thomas Duncan of Glasgow.
    Chapbook Printers
  • TWEEDDALE, Thomas apprentice bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1643
    Son to John Tweeddale, of Lankhorn, apprenticed with James Harrower bookbinder 7 June 1643.
    EdinPren
  • TWEEDIE, Alexander printer and bookseller Edinburgh
    James' Court 1775
    Cheap Printing-Office Weriston's Close, opposite to the Luckenbooths 1776-77
    Dunbar's Close 1778
    Printed The rule of life: a collection of select moral sentences. Edinburgh, 1776.
    NLS Impr Ind; Edin Dir
  • TWEEDIE, Alexander typefounder Edinburgh
    Parliament Square 1782
    The National Library of Scotland has a pamphlet The Naval achievements of Admiral George Lord Rodney. To which is added, Thoughts on the conduct of the late minority now the present Ministry of reat Britain. With A poem inscribed to Satan. By A. Tweedie, T.F.B.S. Edinburgh: printed by W. Darling, 1782. The frontispiece is a folding plate of HMS Formidable dedicated to Lord Rodney by 'A Tweedie, Type Founder, Parliament Square Edinr', and a letter quoted has the address 'To Mr Alex. Tweedie, Type-Founder Parliament Square, Edinburgh'.
  • TWEEDIE, Daniel printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1738
    Daughter Margaret married John Telfer printer 26 February 1738.
    EdinMarr
  • TWEEDIE, George apprentice bookseller Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1772
    Son of Thomas Tweedie, gardener at Spittalfield, apprenticed to William Gibb bookseller for 6 years 12 February 1772.
    EdinPren
  • TWEEDIE, Matthew apprentice bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1691
    Son to James Tweedie, apprenticed to John Cuninghame bookbinder 15 April 1691. EdinPren
  • TWYN, John printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1648
    Married Joyes Hudsone 12 September 1648.
    EdinMarr
  • TWINDALE, James apprentice bookbinder Glasgow
    Glasgow 1730
    James Twindale, son of David Twindale, apprenticed to Thomas Moodie, bookbinder Glasgow 1730. Possibly Tweeddale?
    Maxted
  • TYLER, Evan printer London, Edinburgh and Leith
    London 1639-40?
    Edinburgh 1640
    R. Young and E. Tyler Edinburgh 1641-42
    Evan Tyler Edinburgh 1642-51
    Leith 1651-52
    London 1652-82
    also in Edinburgh 1660-72
    An Englishman, Tyler seems to have been in charge of Robert Young's Edinburgh business in 1637. On 1 July 1639, he took up his freedom of the Stationers' Company of London, and in 1641 returned to Edinburgh in partnership with Young. In the following year Young's name dropped out of the imprints and Tyler continued the style of King's Printer. in 1651 he moved to Leith, but seems to have returned to London in 1652-3, being succeeded in Leith by Christopher Higgins. Watson (p.10) says that Tyler 'having printed for the usurper against the king, was justly forfeited at Scoon, and declar'd a rebel by King Charles II. Anno 1650, and so left this kingdom: and Duncan Mond, stationer in Edinburgh, had a gift of King's printer conferr'd on him, which entirely cut off Tyler ... but the usurper still prevailing, Tyler 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.' At the Restoration Tyler once more returned to Edinburgh, resumed the style of King's Printer , and printed there from 1660 to 1672, when he finally left Scotland and A. Anderson succeeded him as King's printer. He died on 5 December 1682.
    Baillie i,441; ii,475; Spott.Misc. i,297; Arber. Stationers' Registers iii,688; v,lxv; Nichols Literary Anecdotes iii,598; ix,551; Inventory of worke done for the state by his Maiesties printer in Scotland. Dec.1642-Oct.1647. Edinburgh, 1815.
    Aldis 1904
  • TYRIE, James engraver Edinburgh
    19 Parliament Square 1814-16
    Edin Dir
  • TYRONE, Joseph printseller Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1792
    Married Helen daughter of John Long weaver in Paisley 29 May 1792.
    EdinMarr
  • TYTLER, Benjamin printer Edinburgh
    Old Fishmarket Close 1796
    Edin Dir
  • TYTLER, James Minister of the Gospel Restalrig
    Restalrig 1774
    A note in the National Library of Scotland's copy of James Tytler's The doctrine of assurance considered. Restalrig: printed for the author, 1774, suggests that he printed the book himself. It has the appearance of amateur printing.
    NLS Impr Ind

    UNIVERSITY PRINTING OFFICE, Edinburgh
    George Anderson The College 1637-38
    James Lindsay 1645
    Andrew Anderson 1663-76
    Heirs Of Andrew Anderson The College 1687-1716
    Thomas Ruddiman and James Davidson same address 1728-54
    Gavin Hamilton and John Balfour same address 1754-1762
    John Balfour and Patrick Neill same address 1762-66
    John Balfour [in partnership with William Smellie] Anchor Close 1766-90
    William Creech same address 1795
    William Creech and Charles Stewart same address 1797-1825
    Old Bank Close and Parliament Stairs 1824-30
    Old Bank Close 1831-33
    32 Thistle Street 1834-55
    George Anderson was appointed Printer to the College and allowed to set up his press in the precincts in 1637. In 1645 James Lindsay called himself 'Typographus Academiae' in the imprint of the annual theses. See also Alexander Smellie. Also John Smellie 1850; Check Charles Stuart and Duncan Stevenson's dates and addresses.
    Edin Dir; Edinburgh and its College Printers. specially printed for the visit of The Wynkyn de Worde Society Edinburgh 4 to 8.vi 1973.
  • UNIVERSITY PRINTING OFFICE printer Glasgow
    Andrew Anderson 1659-61
    Robert Sanders the elder 1672-83
    Robert Sanders the younger of Auldhouse 1697
    Donald Govan 1715-19
    Alexander Carmichael and Company The College 1730
    Robert Foulis Glasgow College 1743-46
    Robert and Andrew Foulis same address 1746-1776
    Andrew Foulis younger same address 1778-81
    Andrew Foulis and Company same address 1782-86
    Andrew Foulis younger same address 1786-95
    James Mundell Aytoun Court 62 Old Vennel 1795-1800
    James and John Scrymgeour 99 Glassford Street 1802-06
    John Scrymgeour same address 1807-09
    Andrew Duncan Morrison's Court, Argyll Street 1811-15
    Andrew and James Duncan same address 1816-18
    Villa-field, Taylor Street 1818-19
    Andrew and John Morrison Duncan same address 1820-25
    Andrew Duncan 1826-27
    Hutcheson and Brookman Villa-field, Taylor Street 1831
    Edward Khull 1833-36
    University Press 65 Virginia Street 1835
    Dunlop Street 1836-43
    Edward Khull 29 Dunlop Street 1844-46
    George Richardson 35 Miller Street 1848-53
    55 Glassford Street and 81 Wilson Street 1854-72
    Glasgow University, though it has had its own printers since 1638, does not and never has owned a printing house. George Anderson who started to print in Glasgow in 1638 does not claim to be University Printer. The first to do so was Andrew Anderson on the University theses of that year. In 1714 Hugh Brown printed four books, in the imprints of which he claimed to be University Printer. This he did without authority. He was working for Donald Govan who had been allowed to print within the College.
    Glas Dir; James Maclehose. The Glasgow University Press 1638-1931. Glasgow, 1931; Glasgow University Printing Office in MDCCCXXVI. Cambridge [Philip Gaskell's Water Lane Press] 1953.
  • UPSDALE, John copper-plate printer Edinburgh
    Writers Court 1793-95
    Edin Dir
  • URBANI [Peter] and LISTON music sellers Edinburgh
    Peter Urbani musicianer Warriston's Close 1788
    Urbani musician Carrubber's Close 1790-93
    Peter Urbani musicianer Foot of Carrubber's Close 1794-95
    Urbani and Liston music sellers 10 Princes Street, North Side 1796-1806
    Edin Dir
  • URE, James bookseller Edinburgh
    29 South Frederick Street 1837
    Pigot 1837
  • URE, Nathaniel joiner & subscription library Kincardine
    Kincardine 1852
    Slater 1852
  • URIE, John bookseller and librarian Glasgow
    25 George Street 1847-49
    Glas Dir
  • URIE, John wood engraver Glasgow
    19 Gallowgate 1844-47
    33 Buchanan Street 1849
    Glas Dir
  • URIE, Robert bookseller and printer Glasgow
    R. Urie and Company printer Gallowgate 1740-48
    R. Urie same address 1748-50
    foot of the Saltmarket 1750-59
    printed for R. Urie Glasgow 1759-70
    in Bell's Wynd 1761.
    Baptised at Cathcart 19 December 1713. Burgess and Guild Brother as serving apprentice with deceased Alexander Miller, merchant and printer 28 July 1748. In September 1762 some unbound folio Bibles with Apocrypha and some odd vols of Hume's History in sheets were seized at Irvine on a ship from Belfast bound for America. They were retrieved by Robert Urie on condition that he sent them to America. He petitioned in 1767 for the return of some other returned books, but they were ordered to be damasked. Died 9th February 1771: at Glasgow of a stroke of the palsy. Mr Robert Urie, printer in that city. Scots Magazine xxxiii p.110. His will was registered 6 December 1771. "The inventory of his estate shows that he had neither type nor presses, no printing office, and no interest in any printing business" David Murray Records of the Glasgow Bibliographical Society i.68. Presumably he disposed of his printing interests in 1759, after which date his name always appears in the form "printed for". Apprentice: William Smith printer Burgess and Guild Brother as serving apprentice with deceased Alexander Miller printer and after his death with Robert Urie printer 16 May 1775.
    Hugh A. M'Lean. 'Robert Urie, printer in Glasgow'. Records of the Glasgow Bibliographical Society iii pp.89-108 (1914). R. A. Gillespie. 'The parentage of Robert Urie, printer in Glasgow', The Bibliotheck v, pp.38-40 (1967). NLS Impr Ind; GlasBurg; GlasTest; McDougall. Smugglers
  • URQUHART, Alexander stationer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1682
    Son to Alexander Urquhart, chirurgiane in Elgin, apprenticed to Robert Currie stationer 19 August 1682.
    EdinPren
  • URQUHART, Donald bookbinder Inverness
    45 High Street 1837
    Pigot 1837
  • V., F. printer Aberdeen
    Aberdeen 1661
    James Leslie's Ho Aster Orthrinos Apolampei seu natalis domini relucet. Aberdeen, 1661 has a Latin note asking the indulgence of the reader on account of the youth of the printer, the only indication of his identity is a headpiece on the title page with the initials F.V. which may be those of the printer. A Frances Van Hagen was working as a bookbinder in Aberdeen in 1661, probably the son of Peter [or Patrick] Van Hagen and Edward Gordon Duff suggested that the printer may have been this F.V. He succeeded to the tenancy of the family booth on the death of Peter in 1665 and continued to use it until 1669. AbP, 214
    Aldis 1904; Beavan; Mitchell p.100-101; E. Gordon Duff 'A new Aberdeen printer' Edinburgh Bibliographical Society Publications xi 67-68 (1921)
  • VAIR [VEIR], James second-hand bookseller Edinburgh
    Brown's Square 1825
    8 Brown Square 1826-28
    26 Brown Square 1829-32
    [20] Horse Wynd, Cowgate 1833-36
    20 Horse Wynd 1837-39
    76 Potter Row 1840
    14 Chapel Street 1841-45
    27 West Nicolson Street 1846-48
    10 Bristo Street 1849-56
    7 Tollcross (Home Street) 1857-59
    40 Lauriston Street 1860
    Edin Dir; Gray 1833; Pigot 1837
  • VALENTINE, James stationer and copperplate engraver and printer Dundee
    98 Murraygate 1840-44
    100 Murraygate 1845-57
    23 High Street 1858-77
    154 Perth Road 1878-79
    James Valentine & Son same address 1880-86
    152 and 154 Perth Road 1887-20th Century
    (1815-79) Son of John Valentine and Mary Wilson, christened 18 June 1815 at Dundee. He started his own business in 1840, but took over the lithographic side of his father's business in 1850. He married Rachel Dobson 5 December 1843. When his son William Dobson Valentine joined the firm in 1863, it began to be better known for its photographic work, and eventually one of the major publishers of picture postcards. The seventh edition of Hand-book to the Cathedral Church of Ely; with some account of the monastic buildings. Ely, 1866 is illustrated with photographs, earlier editions having had engravings. James Valentine died 19 June 1879 William's son Harben joined the firm in 1886.
    Dundee 1846; Slater 1852; Schenck; Johnst3; Sara Stevenson and A.D. Morrison-Low. Scottish photography: a bibliography. Edinburgh, 1990; Tessa Sidey. Valentines of Dundee: photographs, postcards and greetings cards from the 1850s to the present day. Dundee, 1979. Smart, Robert. "'Famous throughout the world': Valentine & Sons Ltd., Dundee." Review of Scottish Culture, 1988, vol. 4, 75-87. , J. Harben Valentine. History of Valentines of Dundee. An unfinished and unpublished work covering the history of the business up to 1918. Redhill, 1999.
  • VALENTINE, John & Son copper engraver and lithographer Dundee
    4 Overgate 1837-39
    John Valentine lithographer and stamp cutter Dundee 131 Murraygate 1840-44
    123 Murraygate 1845
    152 Murraygate 1846-49
    stamp cutter 78 Murraygate 1850-52
    Son of James Valentine and Margaret Rae, John Valentine was christened at Dundee 5 February 1792. Pigot 1837 says 3 Overgate. And gives the son as James. John had been a print cutter for linen manufacturers, in which business he went bankrupt. He eventually emigrated to the United States where he died.
    Pigot 1837 Dundee 1846; Slater 1852; Schenck; Johnst3
  • VALLANCE & Co lithographic, type and copperplate printers Paisley
    255 High Street 1831
    Fowler 1831
  • VALLANCE, James bookseller Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1697
    A child buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 17 July 1697.
    GreyBuri
  • VALLANGE [VALLANCE; VALLENS], John bookseller Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1678
    At the Plain Stones 1691
    North-side of the High Street a little above the Cross (opposite to the entry to the Parliament Closs) 1691-1713
    The Blew Shop on the North side of the Street, a little above the Cross 1713
    Burgess and Guild brother stationer gratis by right of admission of Thomas Brown Town Treasurer 5 June 1678. Children buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 22 October 1699 and 20 November 1699. The will of John Vallance of Chesters, bookseller was registered 9 April 1713.
    Aldis 1904; EdinBurg; GreyBuri; NLS Impr Ind; EdinTest
  • VAN HAGEN, Francis bookbinder Aberdeen
    Aberdeen 1626?
    Southmost of the choppis under the clerks chalmer 1628-1636
    Bound books for both King's and Marischal Colleges. He died between 1635 and 1637. Father of Peter [or Patrick] Van Hagen. In 1637-38 the tenant of his shop was 'Peter Vanhagan, sone to umquhill Frances Vanhagan'.In 1669 Issobell Spens relict of the deceast Francis Van Hagen bookbinder in Aberdeen was imprisoned in the Tolbooth there on a charge of witchcraft for which she was burned at the stake.
    Mitchell p.97-117, 129-31; William S. Mitchell. 'The Aberdeen bindings of Francis Van Hagen 1626 - 36. Libri v 151-161 (1954)
  • VAN HAGEN, Francis printer and bookbinder Aberdeen
    Aberdeen 1661-1669
    James Leslie's Ho Aster Orthrinos Apolampei seu natalis domin reluceti. Aberdeen, 1661 has a Latin note asking the indulgence of the reader on account of the youth of the printer, the only indication of his identity is a headpiece on the title page with the initials F.V. which may be those of the printer. A Frances Van Hagen was working as a bookbinder in Aberdeen in 1661, probably the son of Peter [or Patrick] Van Hagen and Edward Gordon Duff suggested that the printer may have been this F.V. He succeeded to the tenancy of the family booth on the death of Peter in 1665 and continued to use it until 1669. AbP, 214
    Mitchell p.100-101
  • VAN HAGEN, Francis bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1585-1604
    'Francis Varhagen bookbinder sold to Hew Vaus' a piece of land in the Canongate in Edinburgh in 1585. It had been inherited by Van Hagen's wife Agnes Coutts from her father John Coutts stabler. Van Hagen is described as bookseller, burgess and indweller in the Canongate as well as bookbinder. He is probably the same Francis Van Hagen who is listed as a debtor in the inventory of Janet Mitchelhill, wife of the printer Andro Hart in 1604 Bann.Misc.ii,240. Mitchell believed that he and Agnes Coutts were the parents of the Francis Van Hagen who was a bookbinder in St Andrews 1626-1636?
    Aldis 1904; Mitchell p.97-98
  • VAN HAGEN [WANHAGIN], Francis printer and engraver Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1668
    Canongate 1674
    Married Marion Morison 6 October 1668. A child buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 16 June 1672. Francis Van Hagen printer and engraver was made a Burgess of the Canongate by right of wife Marion daughter to William Morrison wright 30 April 1674. Francis his son was made a Burgess of the Canongate 4 May 1693.
    EdinMarr; GreyBuri; CanonBurg
  • VAN HAGEN, Patrick or Peter bookbinder Aberdeen
    Southmost shop under the Town Clerk's Chambers 1637-65
    Son of Francis Van Hagen. 'Peter Vanhagen sone to umquhill Francis Vanhagan' was in possession of his fathers shop in the Town accounts for 1637-38. He died on 17 April 1665, and his shop was taken over by Francis Van Hagen. A son of Patrick's, another Patrick was apprenticed on 29 October 1673 to James Stevin, a stationer, in Edinburgh. The entry in the printed Register is under Vaughan but the manuscript reads Vanhegan.
    Mitchell p.100-102; EdinPren
  • VAN HAGEN, Patrick apprentice stationer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1673
    Son to umquhile Patrick Vanhagen bookbinder in Aberdein, apprenticed to James Stevin, stationer 29 October 1673. SRS misreads Vanhegan as Vaughan.
    EdinPren
  • VAN HAGEN, Thomas bookbinder Aberdeen
    Aberdeen 1666-70
    Son of Patrick Vanhagen did some binding for Aberdeen Town Council.
    Mitchell p.102
  • VAN KROLLER, Manasses bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1617
    Burgess by act of Council 24 December 1617.
    EdinBurg
  • VAN MOUNEM, Barnent printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1718
    married Katherine Threipland daughter of James Threipland in Biggar 26 October 1718.
    EdinMarr
  • VANNAN lithographic printer Glasgow
    57 Hutcheson Street 1823
    Glas Dir
  • VANNAN, William H. printseller Edinburgh
    no trade 46 Home Street 1847-48.
    printseller same address 1849-61
    1 Tarvet Street 1862-74
    Edin Dir
  • VAN SOLINGEN, Joshua printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1682
    Burgess by Act of Council 16 August 1682.
    EdinBurg
  • VANSOUR, Adriane printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1505
    Burgess 'the dewtie thairof gevin to him for service to be done to the guid toun' 30 December 1585.
    EdinBurg
  • VAUTROLLIER [VANTROLEIS], Manasses bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1617-34
    'Manasses van Kroller' was made a Burgess on 24 December 1617; 'Manasses Vantrollier' married Elizabeth Meldrum in the Kirk of Holyroodhouse on 12 August 1621. In December 1633, D. Robertson bookbinder complained to the Privy Council that Manasses Vautrollier had been guilty of illegal caption. P.C.Reg. 2nd series v,174,177,182,572,580
    EdinBurg; CanonMarr; EdinMarr; Aldis 1904; Mitchell p.126
  • VAUTROLLIER, Thomas printer, bookseller and bookbinder Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1580-87
    A French protestant refugee, born at Troyes, he was admitted a brother of the Stationers' Company of London on 2 October 1564. In 1570 he set up a printing office in Blackfriars by Ludgate in London. By 1580 he also had a bookselling business in Edinburgh, his wife running his press in London, and in April 1582, he was with his servant John Cowper proceeded against by Henry Charteris and others for retailing books and binding them within the burgh, they being unfreemen. He bought books from Plantin in Antwerp, together with Henry Charteris and Robert Smyth. He started printing in Edinburgh in 1584, but returned to London in 1586, taking his press with him. He died in July 1587. His device was an Anchora Spei.
    Aldis 1904; STC; D.E.377,349; DNB; Plomer. Wills of English Printers p.27; Colin Clair. 'Christopher Plantin's trade connexions with England and Scotland.' Library 3rd series xiv,43-5 (1959)
  • VEIR, James See VAIR, James
  • VEITCH, George running stationer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1749
    Married Agnes Beg, widow of George Wastone [sic] running stationer 6 August 1749.
    EdinMarr
  • VEITCH, Thomas bookseller Edinburgh
    5 Heriot Buildings 1831
    and stationer 38 West Register Street 1838
    and map seller 33 St Andrew Square 1839-40
    and account book manufacturer same address 1841-57
    Thomas Veitch & Co same address 1858-62
    Edin Dir
  • VESSIE, Alexander bookseller and bookbinder Aberdeen
    92 Gallowgate 1845
    130 Gallowgate 1846
    Aberdeen 1847-49
    Beavan
  • VESSIE, James bookseller, stationer, bookbinder, circulating library Aberdeen
    114 George Street 1832
    28 Upper Kirkgate 1836-37
    128 Gallowgate 1842
    138 Gallowgate 1843
    128 Gallowgate 1846
    Aberdeen 1847-74
    Pigot 1837 says second-hand bookseller.
    Beavan; Pigot 1837
  • VIGROW, John printer Aberdeen
    13 Carmelite Street 1845-58
    Foreman printer at The Aberdeen Journal.
    Beavan
  • VIRTUE, George bookseller Dundee
    25 Lindsay Street 1852
    agent Alexander Gray
    Slater 1852
  • VIRTUE, George bookseller and publisher Edinburgh
    11 Lothian Street 1848-60
    Edin Dir
  • VOY, James printer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1700
    Married Margaret Bowie daughter of George Bowie farmer at Bancrieff 7 June 1700.
    EdinMarr; NLS Impr Ind
  • VOY, Mrs
    Edinburgh 1700
    NLS Impr Ind
  • WADDELL, Barbara bookseller Lanark
    Keeper Religious Tract Depository Bloomgate 1837
    Pigot 1837
  • WADDELL, Edward printer Edinburgh
    Canongate 1792
    Married Elizabeth daughter of William Stephen comb maker in Edinburgh in Canongate Kirk 10 May 1792.
    CanonMarr
  • WADDELL, James stationer and bookbinder Glasgow
    42 Canning Street 1849
    Glas Dir
  • WADDEL, William bookseller Dalkeith
    Dalkeith 1777
    Sold copies of John Baxter's The external sonship of the Lord Jesus Christ. Edinburgh, 1777.
    NLS Impr Ind
  • WADDELL [WEDDELL], William manager for His Majesty's Printers Edinburgh
    King's Warehouse Buildings Blair Street 1804-10
    [house] Dundas Street 1811
    32 Dundas Street 1812
    [house] Ramsay Gardens 1813-16
    [house] Blair Street 1817-28
    [house?] 21 George Square 1829-31
    no occupation same address 1832-38
    Burgess and Guild Brother in right of father William Waddell 12 July 1802. 'Weddell' Edin Dir 1805.
    EdinBurg; Edin Dir
  • WADE, Archibald bookbinder Glasgow
    34 Canon Street 1819
    Glas Dir
  • WAKER [WACKER; WALKER], John bookbinder and stationer Edinburgh
    Edinburgh 1664-76
    Married Jean Thomson 8 September 1664. Burgess by right of umquhile father James Walker merchant 29 July 1668. Children buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 7 March 1672; 22 July 1673 and 4 November 1674. His wife Jane Thomson buried in Greyfriars Churchyard 3 November 1675. Apprentices: John Gordon 23 June 1669; Andrew Coalyeir 4 March 1674; James Lundie 16 August 1676.
    EdinMarr; EdinBurg; EdinPren
  • WALDEGRAVE, Robert printer Edinburgh
    London 1578-79
    Without Temple Bar (near Somerset House) 1580-82
    The George in Foster Lane 1583
    Without Temple Bar (near Somerset House) 1584-86
    The White Horse in Cannon Lane 1585-86
    The Crane, Paul's Chuchyard 1587
    La Rochelle 1589
    Edinburgh 1589-1603
    London 1603
    A native of Worcestershire, he was apprenticed to William Griffith stationer of London 24 June 1568 and printed in London until 1588, when he was prosecuted and his types and press destroyed for printing puritanical tracts. After working secret presses in various parts of England for the Marprelates, he crossed to La Rochelle, and in 1590 settled in Edinburgh. He was appointed King's Printer on 9 October 1590. He returned to London in 1603, and was dead probably in 1603 certainly by 6 August 1604. His widow, Mary, sold his Edinburgh printing material to Thomas Finlason in 1604. He had a son Robert, who was baptised on 26 September 1596.. He used a device of a swan within an oval, and Ross's devices and initial letters.
    Aldis 1904; STC; Dickson & Edmond 394; Lee Appendix viii; DNB; Scottish Antiquary iv, 174. The Library 1900 p.195; W. J. Couper. Robert Waldegrave King's Printer for Scotland. Glasgow, 1916; William A. Jackson. 'Robert Waldegrave and the books he printed and published in 1603' The Library 5th series xiii 225-233.
  • WALDIE, Alexander bookseller and printer Linlithgow
    Cross 1820
    High Street 1825
    bookseller and stationer same address 1837-52
    Pigot 1820; 1825; 1837; Slater 1852


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