A List of London Bookbinders, 1648-1815

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1808 List, Morgan.
1809, Holden, s.a., Bookseller and Bookbinder.

MORLIS, William
s. of John M. of the Parish of St. Sepulchre, Tallow Chandler.
2 Oct. 1750 appr. to Molton Spier.
7 Feb. 1758 free.
1763, Sea Cole Lane, recd. a t.o. from the widow of Molton Spier, his late master, to whose business he may have succeeded.
1764, s.a., 1 appr.
1769, Parish of St. Sepulchre, 1 appr.
Apprentices included T. Faulkner, S. Venner. Produced boarded work for John Murray in 1773 (Murray Records).

MURRAY, David/Maria
1794 List, 62. Gray's Inn Lane.
1802 Holden, 51 Gray's Inn Lane.

See note after JOHN MURRAY.


Maria Murray (widow?).
1811 Holden, 40 Tash Street, Gray's Inn Lane.

MURRAY, John J.
1785 List, Princes Street, Leicester Fields, Bookseller.
1794 List, s.a.

The following Directory material is confusing:

1805 Holden, David Murray, 23 Exeter Street, Brompton. (? Identical with David Murray of Gray's Inn Lane.)
1808 List, J. Murray.
1809 Holden, J. Murray, 28 Exeter Street, Brompton.
1813 List, Murray.

MYNDE, Benjamin
s. of John M. of Dublin, Merchant.
5 Mar. 1688 appr. to John Browne, trade unknown.
3 Apr. 1695 free.
1702-8, n.a., 2 appr.
Apprentices included J. Radford, C. Whitcraft.

N

NAILER, Mrs.
1682, Westminster Hall Gate. [Advertisement.] (Communicated by Mr. A. Ehrman.)

NAPPER
1813 List.

A John Napper joined the Benefit Society in 1806, aet. 26.


NEAL, J.
1805 Holden, 12 Plow Court, Fetter Lane.
1809Ibid., Joseph Neal, 7 Grange Court, Carey Street.

He joined the Trade Society in 1797.


NELSON, David
1802 Holden, 21 Kirby Street, Hatton Garden.
1808 List, Nelson.
1809 Holden, s.a.

A member of the Trade Society in 1795 he took Honourable Leave in 1797.


NEVITT
1813 List.
1820 Robson, 6 Goldsmith Street, near Gough Square.
1828 List, s.a.

NEWTON, William
s. of William N., Citizen and Merchant Taylor.
4 Apr. 1720 appr. to Thomas Lingard.
6 Mar. 1725 letter signed by John Walthoe stated that William Newton, late appr. of Thomas Lingard, t.o. to him, was dis-

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Introduction ix
  • Addenda xxxiv
  • D 5
  • E 28
  • F 35
  • H 41
  • I 42
  • K 53
  • M 56
  • N 62
  • O 70
  • P 72
  • Q 73
  • S 78
  • T 83
  • U 91
  • W 96
  • Appendix - Bookbinders' Tool Engravers, Book Edge Gilders, Leather Seller, Marble Paper Manufacturer 104
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