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  • Labour Standard Printing and Publishing Society. Rules of the Labour Standard Printing and Publishing Society, Limited, registered under the Industrial and Provident Societies Act, 1893. [Edinburgh : The Society, 1924]
  • ‘The largest printing ink factory in the world’ [ie A B Fleming] British and colonial printer and stationer, 17 Dec 1896
  • Leach, R H and R J Pierce. The printing ink manual. 5th ed. London; Glasgow: Blueprint, 1993
  • Lewis, Lucy. ‘Chepman and Myllar: the first printers in Scotland’ in World of print: diversity in the book trade, ed John Hinks & Catherine Armstrong, p57-69. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll, 2006
  • Livingstone. Footprints on the sands of time 1863-1963 – the story of the House of Livingstone, medical, scientific, nursing and dental publishers. Edinburgh; London: Livingstone, [1963]
  • Litho International Bulletin. 1908-
  • The Lithographer. 1870-1874
  • The Lithographer. [Manchester: ASLP], 1949-1968
  • Lithographer and Offset Printer. London: F W Bridges, 1959-1961
  • Lorimer & Gillies. Specimens of our printing types, headpieces, ornaments &c. Edinburgh: Lorimer & Gillies, [ca.1910]
  • Lorimer & Chalmers. [Watteau border]. [Edinburgh: Lorimer & Chalmers, ca. 1910]

 

M

  • M’Bain, William C. ‘Glasgow Books and Bookmen’ Transactions of the Old Glasgow Club, Vol I. Glasgow: Old Glasgow Club, 1900-1908
  • McCall, Lorna. ‘ “Of the making of books there is no end”: aspects of Edinburgh’s printing history.’ Scottish book collector 6 (June-July 1988)
  • McCleery, Alistair. Printing works at Nelson’s. [S.l.]: [s.n.], 2001
  • McCleery, Alistair, David Finkelstein and Sarah Bromage, eds. Papermaking on the Water of Leith. Edinburgh: John Donald / SAPPHIRE Scottish Archive of Printing and Publishing History Records, 2006
  • M’Conechy, James, surgeon. An introductory address delivered on the 19th March, 1825, on the formation of a literary and scientific institution among the workmen of the University printing office, Glasgow: with an account of the institution and some preliminary remarks on popular education; with a reply to the address by James A. Begg, one of the workmen. Glasgow: printed at the University Press, 1825
  • M’Corquodale & Co. Specimens of plain and fancy type in M’Corquodale & Co.’s printing establishment, 90 Maxwell Street, Glasgow. London: M’Corquodale, 1959
  • McIlwrick, Maurice. ‘The first Scottish printers – 1508’ Scottish genealogist, vol.LV/2 (June 2008)
  • McKerrow, Ronald Brunlees. Printers and publishers devices in England & Scotland 1485-1640.  London: Bibliographical Society, 1949
  • McLagan & Cumming: famous Scottish colour printers. (reprinted from the British Printer) [No place, no publisher, no date]
  • McLaren, Moray, ed. House of Neill 1749-1949. Bicentenary ed. Edinburgh: Neill & Co Ltd. 1949
  • Maclehose, James. The Glasgow University Press 1638-1931, with some notes on Scottish printing. Glasgow: Glasgow University Press, 1931
  • Macleod, Jean C. ‘William Gilchrist, 1811-1879, letter press printer and lithographer, Glasgow’ Kintyre Antiquarian and Natural History Society magazine, no 70 (Autumn 2011)
  • McLeod, R D. The Scottish publishing houses. Edinburgh & Glasgow: W & R Holmes, 1953
  • McMullin, B. J. ‘Press figures and concurrent perfecting: Walker & Greig, Edinburgh, 1817-22’ Library, v12/3 (Sept 1990)
  • McMullin, B. J. ‘A Scottish sexto in fours and twos.’ Library: the transactions of the Bibliographical Society, 7th ser, v2/3 (Sept 2001)
  • Mann, Alastair J. ‘Embroidery to enterprise: the role of women in the book trade of early modern Scotland’ in Women in Scotland, c1100-c1750, ed Elizabeth Ewan and Maureen M. Meikle. East Linton: Tuckwell Press, 1999
  • Mann, Alastair J. The Scottish book trade 1500-1720: print commerce and print control in early modern Scotland – an historiographical survey of the early modern book in Scotland. East Linton: Tuckwell Press, 2000
  • Manson, Thomas Mortimer Yule. 500 years of printing – 114 in Shetland. Lerwick: Manson [1976] [Repr fr the Shetland times, 15th October 1976 in connection with ‘Shetland in print, 1862-1976’,  exhibition in Shetland Museum Gallery]
  • Mapstone, Sally, ed. The Chepman and Myllar prins [CD-ROM]: digitised facsimiles with introduction, headnotes, and transcription. [Edinburgh]: the Scottish Text Society and the National Library of Scotland, 2008
  • Master Printers Annual and Typographical Yearbook. 1921-1974
  • Mathison, Hamish ‘Scotland: [the historical context of popular print culture]’ in Raymond, Joad, ed. Cheap print in Britain and Ireland to 1660, ed Joad Raymond. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2011
  • Matthews, Nicole ‘Collins and the Commonwealth: publishers’ publicity and the twentieth-century circulation of popular fiction title’ World of print: diversity in the book trade, ed John Hinks and Catherine Armstrong. New Catle, DE; Oak Knoll: London: British Library, 2006
  • Maxwell, William. An address delivered to the ‘Edinburgh Typographia’ Wednesday 30th October 1935. Edinburgh: Heriot-Watt College, 1936
  • Maxwell, William. Memorandum on the proper method of measuring monotype. [Edinburgh: R&R Clark], 1923
  • Memoir [of Archibald Constable]. London; Edinburgh: W & R Chambers, [ca. 1870]
  • Milestones in colour printing, 1457-1859: with a bibliography of Nelson prints. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997
  • Miller & Richard. List of presses and printing materials [including type specimens] manufactured and kept in stock by Miller and Richard, etc. Edinburgh: [Miller & Richard], 1859
  • Miller & Richard. Miller & Richards’ typefounders catalogue (for 1873): facsimile reprint of ‘Specimens of book, newspaper, jobbing and ornamental types’ originally published Edinburgh : Miller and Richard, 1873. Owston Ferry Owston Ferry, Lincs: Bloomfield Books, 1974
  • Miller & Richard. Printing type specimens, comprising a large variety of book and jobbing faces, borders and ornaments. Edinburgh: Miller & Richard, [1912, 1914 and later dates to 1937]
  • Miller & Richard. [Specimens of book, newspaper, jobbing and ornamental types]. Edinburgh: Miller & Richard, [1895, 1902, 1906]
  • Miller & Richard. Specimens of modern, old style and ornamental type cast on point bodies. Edinburgh: Miller & Richard, various dates. [1909, 1910, 1912]
  • Miller & Richard. Specimens of wood letter. Edinburgh: The Firm, [1910?]
  • Minutes of the Edinburgh Trades Council, 1859-1873.  Ed Ian MacDougall. Edinburgh: Scottish History Society, 1968
  • Mitchell, William Smith. History of Scottish bookbinding, 1432-1650. Edinburgh: published for the University of Aberdeen by Oliver & Boyd, 1955
  • Modern Lithographer. 1905-1959
  • Moran, James. ‘An assessment of Alexander Mackie’s steam type-composing machine’. Journal of the Printing Historical Society, 1 (1965)
  • Moran, James. NATSOPA: Seventy-five years: National Society of Operative Printers and Assistants, 1889-1964. London: National Society of Operative Printers and Assistants, 1964
  • Morrison & Gibb. Directions to the compositors. Edinburgh: Morrison & Gibb, [1894]
  • Morrison & Gibb. Directions to readers and compositors in the employment of Morrison & Gibb. Rev ed. Edinburgh: Morrison & Gibb, 1897
  • Morrison & Gibb. The type faces of Morrison & Gibb Limited. Edinburgh: The Firm, 1967
  • Munro, Kenny and Edward O’Donnelly. Words fly from this place: a poetic response to 500 years of printing in Scotland [DVD]. Edinburgh: National Trust for Scotland; National Museums of Scotland, [2008]
  • Murdoch & Paterson Ltd. Printing types. Dundee: [no publisher], 1953
  • Murdoch, Thomas. The early history of lithography in Glasgow: being the substance of a paper read before the members of the Old Glasgow Club, March 18, 1902, etc . Glasgow: T Murdoch & Co, 1902
  • Murray, David. Robert & Andrew Foulis and the Glasgow Press: with some account of the Glasgow Academy of the Fine Arts. Glasgow: J. Maclehose & Sons, 1913. See also: ‘Book of the Foulis exhibition’, Records of Glasgow Bibliographical Society, vol II

 

N

  • National Library of Scotland. Four hundred and fifty years of Scottish printing [exhibition pamphlet]. Edinburgh: National Library of Scotland, 1958
  • NATSOPA Journal and graphic review. 1978-1982
  • Neill & Company. Accents and miscellaneous sorts. [Type specimens.] Edinburgh: Neill & Company, 1936
  • Neill & Company. Book face specimens. Edinburgh: Neill & Company, 1951
  • Neill & Company. Book of typefaces available on ‘Monotype’ machines with a ‘Linotype’ appendix. Edinburgh: Neill & Company, [ca. 1950?]
  • Neill & Company. Guide to authors: with memoranda regarding style, punctuation, spelling, word-division, etc. for the use of compositors and readers in the employment of Neill & Co., Ltd., printers, established 1749. Edinburgh: [The Company], 1917
  • Neill & Company. History of the firm of Neill & Company, Ltd. Edinburgh: Neill & Company, 1900
  • Neill & Company. Polyglot printing. Edinburgh: Neill & Company, [ca.1936?]
  • Neill & Company. The printing house of Neill etc. Edinburgh: Neill & Company, 1917
  • Neill & Company. Specimens of monotype faces. Edinburgh: Neill & Company, 1927 and 1939 editions
  • Neill & Company. Specimens of new printing types (English heights) for sale by Neill and Company. [Edinburgh]: Neill & Company, 1845
  • Neill & Company. Specimens of printing types, ornaments, &c. and guide to authors. Edinburgh: Neill & Company, [ca. 1930]
  • Neill & Company. Specimens of types by Neill & Co, printers and typefounders, Old Fishmarket, High Street, Edinburgh. [Edinburgh]: Printed by Neill & Co. [1840]
  • Neill & Company. Typographic guide of Neill & Company Limited: a series of specimen pages forming a reference book for authors and publishers. Rev ed. Edinburgh: Neill & Company, 1909
  • Neill, Patrick. Revised case for Patrick Neill, printer in Edinburgh, proprietor of the lands of Damside and Factorspark,–Defender; in the action of reduction-improbation at the instance of Sir James Gardiner Baird of Saughtonhall, Baronet, and his curators,–Pursuers. [Edinburgh] : Neill & Co. Printers, [1834?]
  • Newth, J D. Adam & Charles Black 1807-1957: some chapters in the history of a publishing house. London: Adam & Charles Black, 1957
  • Nichol, Donald W. ‘Aberdeen, imprints and the ESTC: towards a definitive bibliography’ in Aberdeen and the Enlightenment: proceedings of a conference held at the University of Aberdeen. Ed. Jennifer J. Carter and Joan H. Pittock. Aberdeen, 1987
  • North, J S. Waterloo Directory of Scottish Newspapers and Periodicals 1800-1900. 2v. Waterloo, Ontario: Waterloo Academic Press, 1989

 

O

  • O & B news. Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, May 1977-
  • Oliver & Boyd. New works preparing for publication: Messrs Oliver & Boyd have the following works in the press, which will appear in the course of the winter. Edinburgh : Oliver & Boyd, 1828
  • Oliver & Boyd. [Sale catalogues]. Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, 1819-
  • Oliver & Boyd. Theological works lately published by Oliver & Boyd, Edinburgh; and Simpkin & Simpkin & Marshall, London. Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, 1831
  • Oliver & Boyd. Works published this season by Oliver & Boyd, Edinburgh and Simpkin & Marshall, London. Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, 1829
  • Oliver & Boyd. Works recently published by Oliver & Boyd, High Street, Edinburgh. [Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, 1822?]

 

P

  • The page right printed: an exhibition of the work of the private presses from William Morris to the present day [held at] Glasgow School of Art, 1st-12th May 1973. [Glasgow] Glasgow School of Art, 1973
  • Papermaking fibres. Markinch: Tullis Russell, 1950
  • Parker, W. M. The House of Oliver & Boyd: a record from 1778 to 1948. [S.l.]: [s.n.], 195?
  • Parkinson, David J. ‘Scottish prints and entertainments, 1508.’ Neophilologus, v.75/2, (April 1991)
  • Paterson, A B. The tale o’ the toon: St. Andrews through the eyes of A.B. Paterson : newspaper reporter in the town from 1925 to 1981. 3v. St Andrews: A B Patterson; Kirkcaldy Allen Litho, 1982-1984
  • The people behind the pages: making books in Scotland. Edinburgh: SAPPHIRE, [2008?]
  • Philips, Alastair. Glasgow’s Herald 1783-1983. Glasgow: Drew, 1983?
  • Pillans & Wilson. Bodoni: with examples showing its use. Edinburgh: Pillans & Wilson, n.d.
  • Pillans & Wilson. The Garamond series, with examples. Edinburgh: Pillans & Wilson, [ca. 1925]
  • Pillans & Wilson. The printer and his customers: an occasional miscellany, number two. Edinburgh: [Pillans & Wilson], 1961
  • Pillans & Wilson. A printing house of old and new Edinburgh, 1775-1925: published … to commemorate the hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the foundations of the firm. [Edinburgh: Pillans & Wilson, 1926]
  • Pillans & Wilson. Summons: Health & Company against Dyspepsia, Worry, & Company. [Programme] [Edinburgh: Pillans & Wilson, 1893]
  • Pillans & Wilson. Type specimens, etc. Edinburgh, [19–]
  • Plomer, H R. A dictionary of the printers and booksellers who were at work in England, Scotland and Ireland from 1641 to 1667. London: Bibliographical Society 1907. Later edition: London, 1968
  • Plomer, H R, with the help of H G Aldis and others. A dictionary of the printers and booksellers who were at work in England, Scotland and Ireland from 1688 to 1725. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1922. Later edition: London, 1968, ed Arundel Esdaile
  • Plomer, H R, G H Bushnell and E R McC Dix. A dictionary of the printers and booksellers who were at work in England, Scotland and Ireland from 1726-1775. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1932. Later edition: London: Bibliographical Society, 1968
  • Pollard A W, and G R Redgrave (compilers). A short-title catalogue of books printed in England, Scotland, & Ireland and of English books printed abroad, 1475-1640. 2nd ed rev & enl, begun by W. A. Jackson & F. S. Ferguson ; completed by Katharine F. Pantzer. London: Bibliographical Society, 1976-1991
  • Print buyer’s guide to Scottish printing facilities. Edinburgh: Society of Master Printers in Scotland with the support of the Scottish Development Agency, 1984-1988
  • Print finishers and machine assistants: agreement between the British Printing Industries Federation, the National Society of Operative Printers, Graphical and Media Personnel and the Society of Graphical and Allied Trades covering England and Wales (excluding London) made on 24th April 1979. [London : British Printing Industries Federation], 1979
  • The Printer (Edinburgh Printing and Kindred Trades Continuation Classes). 18??-
  • Printers’ international specimen exchange. 1880-1895
  • Printers pie (Portree). 1983-
  • The Printers’ Register, with which is incorporated the Newspaper press. 1884-1900
  • Printers yearbook (BPIF). 1982-
  • Printing and Kindred Trades Federation.  Annual Report [and] report of the Administrative Council. London, 1911–1969/70
  • Printing and Kindred Trades Federation – Glasgow and District Branch. [Miscellaneous pamphlets.] Glasgow: P&KTF, [1965]
  • Printing History News. 2003-
  • Printing in Scotland: the market challenge. Glasgow: Scottish Development Agency, [1983]
  • Printing Industries Annual (BPIF). [1975]-1981
  • Printing Industries Research Association. Energy use in the general printing and publishing industry: a report prepared by the Research Association for the Paper and Board, Printing and Packaging Industries for the Department of Industry. London: Department of Trade and Industry, 1983
  • Printing Times. London: A Gadsby, 1873-1874
  • The Printing Times and Lithographer. 1875-1900
  • Printing World. 1954-
  • Proposed amalgamation: notice to members. [Society of Graphical and Allied Trades 1975 and The National Society of Operative Printers, Graphical and Media Personnel.] London: SOGAT, 1982?
  • Proposed amalgamation of SOGAT + NATSOPA: our futures depend on this union: SOGAT 1982. London: SOGAT, 1982?

 

Q

  • Quarto: the newspaper of the House of Collins. Glasgow, W. Collins, 197?-