Bibliography: D to F

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D

  • D C Thom­son Ltd. The Thom­son pub­li­ca­tions. Dundee: D C Thom­son, [ca.1920–1930] ‘A memen­to of a vis­it to the Thomp­son print­ing works, Dundee, Glas­gow, Man­ches­ter.’
  • David J Clark Ltd. Type spec­i­men book. Glas­gow: David J. Clark Lim­it­ed, 198?
  • Dean, Bren­da. ‘Scot­tish paper, print­ing and pub­lish­ing indus­try.’ Scot­tish Trade Union Review, no.47 (July-Sept. 1990)
  • Demp­ster, John A H. The T. & T. Clark sto­ry: a Vic­to­ri­an pub­lish­er and the new the­ol­o­gy ; with an epi­logue cov­er­ing the twen­ti­eth-cen­tu­ry his­to­ry of the firm. Edin­burgh: Pent­land Press, 1992
  • Demp­ster, John A H. ‘Thomas Nel­son and Sons in the late nine­teenth cen­tu­ry: a study in moti­va­tion.’ Pub­lish­ing his­to­ry 13–14 (1983)
  • Dick­son, Robert. Annals of Scot­tish print­ing: from the intro­duc­tion of the art in 1507 to the begin­ning of the sev­en­teenth cen­tu­ry. Cam­bridge: Macmil­lan & Bowes, 1890
  • Dick­son, Robert. Intro­duc­tion of the art of print­ing into Scot­land. Aberdeen: Edmond & Spark, 1885
  • Dick­son, Robert. ‘Who was Scotland’s first print­er?: ane com­pen­dious and reve trac­tate, in com­mem­o­ra­tion of Androw Myl­lar. Lon­don: Trub­n­er, 1881
  • Dob­son, William T. His­to­ry of the Bassen­dyne Bible: the first print­ed in Scot­land, with notices of the ear­ly print­ers of Edin­burgh. Edin­burgh: William Black­wood, 1887
  • Dob­son, William T. The intro­duc­tion of print­ing into Edin­burgh. Edin­burgh: Bal­lan­tyne, Han­son & Co, 1880
  • Doc­u­ments rel­a­tive to the print­ers of some ear­ly Scot­tish news­pa­pers 1686–1705’ Mait­land Club Mis­cel­lany vol 2, 1840
  • Don­ald­son, Robert. ‘Frag­ments of the Aberdeen bre­viary: fur­ther con­sid­er­a­tion.’ Trans­ac­tions of the Edin­burgh Bib­li­ograpi­cal Soci­ety, vol.VI, pt.4, 1998
  • Don­ald­son, Robert. ‘William Ged and the inven­tion of stereo­type: a sec­ond post­script.’ Reprint­ed from the trans­ac­tions of the Bib­li­o­graph­i­cal Soci­ety, The Library, vol­ume XXII/4, Decem­ber 1967
  • Doughty, D W. The Tullis Press, Cupar, 1803–1849. Dundee, Aber­tay His­tor­i­cal Soci­ety, 1967. (Aber­tay His­tor­i­cal Soc pub­li­ca­tion no 12)
  • Duff, Edward Gor­don. ‘The ear­ly career of Edward Raban, after­wards first print­er at Aberdeen.’ The Library, series 4, vol II/4 1922.  Read before the Bib­li­o­graph­i­cal Soci­ety, 1921
  • Duffy, Patrick. The skilled com­pos­i­tor, 1850–1914: an aris­to­crat among work­ing men. Alder­shot: Ash­gate, 2000
  • Dun­can, William James. Notices and doc­u­ments illus­tra­tive of the lit­er­ary his­to­ry of Glas­gow, dur­ing the greater part of the last cen­tu­ry. Glas­gow: [Mait­land Club], 1831. (Pub­li­ca­tions of the Mait­land Club; no. 14)
  • Dun­can Camp­bell & Son, Glas­gow. Spec­i­mens of print­ing type etc. Glas­gow: Dun­can Camp­bell & Son, 1899
  • Dun­lop, John. ‘The Mitchell Library 1877–1936’ Trans­ac­tions of the Old Glas­gow Club, Vol VII, Ses­sions 1933–38+NS I, 1947–52

 

E

  • Edin­burgh His­to­ry of the Book in Scot­land. Vol­ume 1: Medieval to 1707. Ed A J Mann and Sal­ly Map­stone. Edin­burgh, Edin­burgh Uni­ver­si­ty Press, 2014
  • Edin­burgh His­to­ry of the Book in Scot­land, Vol­ume 2: Enlight­en­ment and Expan­sion 1707-1800. Ed Stephen W Brown and War­ren Mac­Dougall. Edin­burgh, Edin­burgh Uni­ver­si­ty Press, 2011
  • Edin­burgh His­to­ry of the Book in Scot­land, Vol­ume 3: Ambi­tion and Indus­try 1800–1880. Ed Bill Bell. Edin­burgh: Edin­burgh Uni­ver­si­ty Press, 2007
  • Edin­burgh His­to­ry of the Book in Scot­land, Vol­ume 4: Pro­fes­sion­al­ism and diver­si­ty 1880–2000. Ed David Finkel­stein and Alis­tair McCleery. Edin­burgh, Edin­burgh Uni­ver­si­ty Press, 2007
  • Edin­burgh Mas­ter Print­ers Asso­ci­a­tion and the Case and Machine Branch­es of the Scot­tish Typo­graph­i­cal Asso­ci­a­tion. Rules affect­ing work­ing con­di­tions. Edin­burgh: Edin­burgh Mas­ter Print­ers Soci­ety, 1914
  • Edin­burgh Typo­graph­i­cal Soci­ety. Scales of prices agreed to by the Employ­ers and Jour­ney­men print­ers of Edin­burgh. Edin­burgh: Edin­burgh Typo­graph­i­cal Soci­ety, [var­i­ous dates]
  • Edin­burgh Typo­graph­i­cal Soci­ety. Laws & reg­u­la­tions of the Edin­burgh Typo­graph­i­cal Soci­ety, also copies of the Inter­locu­tors of the Court of Ses­sion, and scale of press prices. To which is append­ed, a Memo­r­i­al to the mas­ter Print­ers on the appren­tice ques­tion — with answers there­to. Edin­burgh: print­ed for the Edin­burgh Typo­graph­i­cal Soci­ety by W J Mac­Don­ald, 1844
  • Edin­burgh Uni­ver­si­ty Press. Edin­burgh and its Col­lege print­ers: spe­cial­ly print­ed for the vis­it of the Wynkyn de Worde Soci­ety, Edin­burgh, 4 to 8.vi 1973. Edin­burgh: [s.n.], 1973
  • Edin­burgh Uni­ver­si­ty Press. Edin­burgh Uni­ver­si­ty Press, 1948–1978: a han­dlist. Edin­burgh: Edin­burgh Uni­ver­si­ty Press, 1978
  • Edin­burgh Uni­ver­si­ty Press. Print­ing types in use at the Edin­burgh Uni­ver­si­ty Press. Edin­burgh: T. & A. Con­sta­ble, 1907
  • Edmond, John Philip. Aberdeen print­ers: Edward Raban to James Nicol, 1620–1736. Aberdeen: J & JP Edmond & Spark, 1886 [and oth­er edi­tions]
  • Edmond, John Philip. Han­dlist of books print­ed at Aberdeen or by Aberdeen print­ers, 1620–1736. Aberdeen: The Author, 1884
  • Elfick, Ian & Har­ris, Paul. T N Foulis: the his­to­ry and bib­li­og­ra­phy of an Edin­burgh pub­lish­ing house. New Cas­tle, D: Oak Knoll Press, 1998
  • Elliott, R C. ‘Ear­ly Scot­tish print­ers: a brief his­to­ry’. Lon­don: Lanston Mono­type Cor­po­ra­tion 1927. The Mono­type recorder no.218, vol.26 (March-April 1927)
  • Evans, D Wyn. James Wat­son of Edin­burgh, print­er and pub­lish­er: a bib­li­og­ra­phy of works from his press, 1695–1722, with an account of his life and career. Edin­burgh: Edin­burgh Bib­li­o­graph­i­cal Soci­ety, 1982
  • Excur­sion to Edin­burgh on the occa­sion of the Federation’s annu­al meet­ing and cost con­gress held in Glas­gow [vis­it of the Fed­er­a­tion of Mas­ter Print­ers, 8th June 1922]. [Edin­burgh: BFMP, 1922]
  • An exhi­bi­tion of books to hon­our Archie Turn­bull, sec­re­tary to Edin­burgh Uni­ver­si­ty Press since 9153 on the occa­sion of his retire­ment and George Mack­ie, design­er to the Press since 1955, in the Uni­ver­si­ty Library, George Square, from 6 July 1987. Edin­burgh: Edin­burgh Uni­ver­si­ty Press, 1987

 

F

  • Fact­file Scot­land / the Printer’s Dev­il. Addi­tion­al research by Bri­an Glancey. Glas­gow: Harper­Collins, 2000
  • Fair­full-Smith, George. The Foulis Press and the Foulis Acad­e­my: Glasgow’s eigh­teenth-cen­tu­ry school of art and design. Glas­gow: Glas­gow Art Index in asso­ci­a­tion with the Friends of Glas­gow Uni­ver­si­ty Library, 2001
  • Fair­full-Smith, George. Robert & Andrew Foulis, the Foulis press, and their lega­cy. [Glas­gow]: Spe­cial Col­lec­tions, Glas­gow Uni­ver­si­ty Library, 2001
  • Fair­ley, John A. Agnes Camp­bell, Lady Rose­burn: a con­tri­bu­tion to the his­to­ry of the print­ing in Scot­land. Aberdeen: D Wylie & Son, 1925
  • Falkirk Her­ald. Eighty Years 1845–1845 — The Falkirk Her­ald. Falkirk: F John­ston & Co, [1925]
  • A famous print­ery: R & R Clark Ltd.’ British Print­er IX (1896)
  • Fer­gu­son, Joan P S. Direc­to­ry of Scot­tish News­pa­pers. Edin­burgh: Nation­al Library of Scot­land, 1954
  • Fer­gu­son, John. The broth­ers Foulis and ear­ly Glas­gow print­ing. Lon­don: Dry­den Press, 1889. (Reprint­ed from The Library March 1889)
  • A few of the many erratas, of that impres­sion of the Bible, print­ed by the relict and heir of Andrew Ander­son in 12° at Edin­burgh, 1686.  And by a false title page, they being ashamed to own its uncor­rect­ness, said to be print­ed by the assignes of John Bill deceased, and by Hen­ry Hills, and Thomas New­comb, print­ers to the Kings most excel­lent Majesty, at Lon­don, 1685. [Edin­burgh]: Pub­lished anony­mous­ly, [1686]
  • A few sam­ples of print­ing spe­cial­i­ties from the Arbroath Her­ald Office. Brodie & Salmond, Let­ter­press & Lith­o­graph­ic Print­ers, Book­binders & Pub­lish­ers, Broth­ock Bridge, Arbroath. Arbroath: Arbroath Her­ald, 1894
  • Finkel­stein, David. The house of Black­wood: author-pub­lish­er rela­tions in the Vic­to­ri­an era. Uni­ver­si­ty Park, PA: Penn­syl­va­nia State Uni­ver­si­ty Press, 2002
  • Finkel­stein, David.  Print cul­ture and the Black­wood tra­di­tion, 1805–1930. Toron­to: Uni­ver­si­ty of Toron­to Pres, c.2006
  • Finkel­stein, David. ’ “Jack’s as good as his mas­ter”: Scots and print cul­ture in New Zealand, 1860–1900.’ Book His­to­ry, 6 (2003)
  • Finkel­stein, David, Sarah Bro­mage and Alis­tair McCleery. ‘Scot­tish Archive of Print and Pub­lish­ing His­to­ry Records’ Learned Pub­lish­ing, v.15/3 (July 2002)
  • 500 years of print­ing in Scot­land. Edin­burgh: Scot­tish Print­ing Archival Trust, 2008
  • Forbes, Dun­can. A let­ter from a Gen­tle­man in Edin­burgh, to a mem­ber of Par­lia­ment.  Edin­burgh, 1712. [Charg­ing Mrs. Ander­son with being unfit to hold the office of King’s Print­er for Scot­land]
  • Forbes, Graeme S. ‘The Edward Clark Col­lec­tion at Napi­er Uni­ver­si­ty Library, Edin­burgh.’ in The human face of the book trade: print cul­ture and its cre­ators, ed Peter Isaac and Bar­ry McK­ay. Win­ches­ter: St Paul’s Bib­li­ogra­phies; New Cas­tle, DE: Oak Knoll, 1999
  • Foulis, Dou­glas. Hunter & Foulis, pub­lish­ers’ book­binders Edin­burgh: the first one hun­dred and fifty years : a per­son­al jour­ney. Hadding­ton: [Hunter & Foulis], 2007?
  • Foulis, Robert. Some let­ters of Robert Foulis. [Comp] David Mur­ray. Glas­gow: J. Macle­hose and sons, 1917. Repr fr Scot­tish his­tor­i­cal review January/April 1917
  • Fox­on, David. Edin­burgh printer’s orna­ments. Edin­burgh: [no pub­lish­er, 199?]
  • Fras­er, William. Hints on the unlim­it­ed dif­fu­sion of use­ful knowl­edge, at no expense to the read­er: through the medi­um of the mer­can­tile and trad­ing class­es. Prac­ti­cal­ly illus­trat­ed by a his­to­ry of print­ing, spec­i­men of types and guide ro authors in cor­rect­ing the press. Edin­burgh: [no pub­lish­er], 1834
  • Fyfe, Aileen. ‘Steam and the land­scape of knowl­edge: W & R Cham­bers in the late 1830s-1850s.’ in Geo­gra­phies of the book, ed Miles Ogborn and Charles W J With­ers. Farn­ham: Ash­gate, 2010
  • Fyfe, Aileen. Steam-pow­ered knowl­edge: William Cham­bers and the busi­ness of pub­lish­ing, 1820–1860. Chica­go, IL: Uni­ver­si­ty of Chica­go Press, 2012