A List of London Bookbinders, 1648-1815

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RODWELL, James
1809 Holden, 14 Warwick Street, Golden Square.
1813 List, Rodwell.
1817 Johnstone, 30 Upper George Street, Portman Square.
1826-40 Robson, 6 Sherrard Street, Golden Square.

Signed bindings: Ehrman Coll. (T); B.M. C. 25.g.10 (T), G. 10203 (T). Mentioned with Hering and others in Dibdin, Bibliomania ( 1842), p. 514. He was possibly s. of Thomas R., appr. to W. Cook, 7 June 1768 (never free).


RUMBALL, RUMBOLD, Richard
s. of Thomas R., Citizen and Blacksmith.
3 April 1671 appr. to Samuel Cook.
5 May 1679 free.
1681, n.a., 1 appr. ( Calendar, ii.)

'Bookbinder and Bookseller in London, Bell and Coffin, Old Change, 1679-84.' Dictionary, 1668-1725.


RUSSELL, Alexander. (See Addenda.)
Bookbinder, Citizen, and Vintner.
1799 Holden, 6 Great Dean's Court, St. Martin's-le-Grand.
1803, s.a., recd. a t.o.
1810, s.a. ( Trade Committee Minutes.)
1820 Robson, 14 Bridgewater Street, Barbican.
1828 List, s.a.

RUTRER, Josiah
s. of Thomas R. of Bere Regis, Dorset, Farmer.
7 Feb. 1786 appr. to John Lovejoy.
3 Sept. 1793 free.
1806, Pemberton Row, Gough Square, 1 appr. Lovejoy's nephew and once his foreman. 'He left and went into business for himself, and afterwards drowned himself.' (Jaffray MSS.) He was probably succeeded by Charles Lovekin(q.v.). George Kitcat, another of Lovejoy's apprentices, also came from Bere Regis.

RYLAND, Thomas
s. of John R. of Stratford-on-Avon, Maltster.
22. Aug. 1648 appr. to Thomas Mathews.
1 Feb. 1658 free.
1660, n.a., 1 appr. ( Calendar, i.)

S

SALTER, Robert
s. of William S. of Barnes, Surrey, Gardener.
1 Sept. 1752 appr. to Edward Cabe.
2 Oct. 1759 free.
1761, Butcher Row, Temple Bar, recd. a t.o.

SCARLET, Peter
1669 Price List.

SCOTT, Joseph
1799 Holden, King Street, Westminster, Bookseller and Bookbinder.

A Joseph Scott was one of the 24 indicted men in 1786.


SCOTT, Robert. (See Addenda.)

SCOTT, William
1799 Holden, 25 Houghton Street.

SEARCH, Daniel
The Anderson Galleries Sale Catalogue of Pt. III of the Terry Library ( Newport, Rhode Island, U.S.A.), Feb. 1935 Lot 114: Life of St. Francis Xavier ( 1688) contained note on flyleaf in a contemporary hand: 'Payd Mr Jacob Tonson for this Booke in Sheets £:- 2: 6d. Payd Mr Daniel Search for the Binding it £:- 6: 6d.' See also Duff, Great Mearne Myth, p. 16.
SEARLE, John/M. A. (See Addenda.)
1794 List, South Molton Street.
1809 Holden, 77 Grosvenor Street.
1822 Pigot, s.a., Bookseller and Stationer.

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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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