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John Ogle version - 1812

Ascanius Ogle Caw 1812


OGLE, John bookseller Edinburgh
Parliament Close 1792
20 Parliament Close 1793-96
32 Parliament Close 1797-99
Ogle & Aikman same address 1800-10
13 South George Street [house?] Denovan's 1804
Parliament Square 1808-10
7 and 8 Parliament Square 1811-16
[John] Ogle, [Archibald] Allardyce and Thomson booksellers and stationers 8 Parliament Square, Edinburgh and 15 Tolbooth Wynd, Leith 1817-20
Member of the Edinburgh Bookseller's Society 14 December 1793. Burgess and Guild Brother May 1797. 13 South St George Street [house?] Denovan's 1804.
EdinBurg; Edin Dir; NLS Impr Ind; Sher. Edinburgh Booksellers


CAW, George printer Kelso, Hawick and Edinburgh
Kelso 1782
Hawick 'From Kelso. Printing Office East end of the town' 1783
Hawick 1783-7
Lawnmarket, Edinburgh 1788
Libberton's Wynd, Edinburgh 1790-1810
30 Libberton's Wynd 1811-16
George Caw & Henry Elder Stamp Office Close 1817-21
Lyon's Close High Street 1822
George Caw published The Poetical Museum at Hawick in 1784 and Caw & Elder published The Edinburgh Juvenile Library, a series of children's chapbooks. they also printed for Ross's Juvenile Library, and published popular abridgements of books with Alexander Peat, all three series being twopence a title.
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