4 edition of James Lumsden & Son of Glasgow found in the catalog.
James Lumsden & Son of Glasgow
|Statement||[compiled by] S. Roscoe & R.A. Brimmell.|
|Contributions||Roscoe, Sydney., Brimmell, R. A., J. Lumsden & Son., Private Libraries Association.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||134|
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Glasgow: James Lumsden & Son. MLA Citation. Bunyan, John. The pilgrims progress / by John Bunyan James Lumsden & Son Glasgow [?] Australian/Harvard Citation. Bunyan, John. [?], The pilgrims progress / by John Bunyan James Lumsden & Son Glasgow. Wikipedia Citation. The eldest son of James Lumsden the stationer, Lumsden became a partner in the family firm and, along with his brother George, took over its running when his father retired in The company was by now one of the largest traders in Glasgow. In Lumsden became Lord Dean of Guild, a post which included admission to the Town Council.
Dark and gritty, just as a crime novel set in Glasgow should be. James Kelman - 'How Late It Was, How Late' Winner of the Booker Prize, Kelman’s Kafka . Evans, Edmund, The pilgrim's progress (Glasgow: James Lumsden & Son, ), also by John Bunyan, Thomas Scott, George Dalziel, Edward Dalziel, W Sharp, H Wilson, T Watt, G.F Sargent, William Harvey, and James Lumsden & Son (page images at Florida).
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Introductory essay. Holiday Entertainment adds to that genre of children's books which depict a trip to the fair. Other titles in the same tradition in the Hockliffe Collection include Robin Goodfellow and Fun Upon Fun (), the latter of which was also published by J.
Lumsden and Son of fact, in Holiday Entertainment the majority of the book details. James Lumsden & Son was a Scottish engraving and publishing firm based in Glasgow.
Founded inthey were especially known for high-quality printed editions of juvenile literature, or children's books. In the nineteenth century, chapbooks became very popular. These were small-scale paperback booklets adorned with either woodcuts or wood : J.
Lumsden and Son is a book publisher. Books published by J. Lumsden and Son include Tommy Thumb's song-book: For all little masters and misses: to be sung to them by their nurses till they can sing them themselves, Divine songs, in easy language, for the use of children.
Pinner: Private Library Association, 6 x inches hardcover pages ISBN: Lumsden ATLAS 31 Hand-colored MAPS United States Indians ASIA Africa Europe. An extremely rare mid th-century atlas with 31 hand-colored maps, including a United States map with Indian Territories. Lumsden and Son is a Scottish engraving and publishing firm founded in by James Lumsden, most known for its short runs of high quality printings.
Pinner: Private Library Association, 6 x inches. hardcover. pages. First edition. Little information regarding the firm of James Lumsden and Son has survived.
It seems they first became interested in publishing books for children around the end of the eighteenth century. T HERE was once a very rich merchant, who had six children, three sons, and three daughters; being a man of sense, he spared no cost for their education, but gave them all kinds of masters.
His daughters were extremely handsome, especially the youngest; when she was little, every body admired her, and called her The little Beauty; so that, as she grew up, she still went by the name. Roscoe and R.A.
Brimmell James Lumsden and Son of Glasgow: their juvenile books and chapbooks Pinner: Private Libraries Association, GUL Bibliog D6-L4 R Victor Watson The Cambridge Guide to Children's Books in English JNF 52 WAT2.
Sir James Lumsden () was a stationery manufacturer and was Lord Provost, Lumsden’s father was James Lumsden who was also a Lord Provost (). Lumsden became a partner in the family firm, James Lumsden & Son, and he served as a chairman of the Clydesdale Bank,the Glasgow & South Western Railway Co and the.
JAMES Lumsden, or Hamish as he was more generally known, who has died a was one of Scotland's best-known lawyers and businessmen. He was. The Rev. James Lumsden was born in Glasgow, Scotland, September Later, the family moved to Manchester, England.
At an early age, James converted to God, and in came from England to enter the work of the Methodist Church in Newfoundland. James was prominent among the Glasgow business community; he became Dean of Guild inand was a member of the Town Council, and held the post of Lord Provost from until James Lumsden was knighted in after acting as host to the Prince and Princess of Wales when they visited Glasgow to lay the foundation stone for the new.
This is a charming alphabet book, dating from aroundpublished by the Glasgow-based publishers J. Lumsden and Son. Established in by James Lumsden, the publishers were best known for their high quality printings of books for children and juveniles. When Whistle-binkie was being put together from the pens of Carrick, Rodger, Motherwell, and others in David Robertson’s back shop near the foot of Glassford Street, another howf of men of literary and artistic taste existed not far away.
The stationery warehouse of James Lumsden & Son in Queen Street saw the comings and goings of artists like Horatio MacCulloch and Daniel Macnee, and of. Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Notes Cover title: James Lumsden & Sons new map of the Frith of Clyde and Western Highlands of Scotland: constructed from the best authorities with the Strangers guide, or, Steam boat : Glasgow: James Lumsden and Son, Scottish Banking FIRST EDITION.
Octavo 23 x 15cm, pp 2. Publisher's watered-silk-effect cloth over boards, with titles and crest stamped in gilt to upper. All edges gilt. A rather exquisite pencil sketch of the Clyde with square-rigged ships moored either side to verso of rear blank. Some spotting to : James LUMSDEN.
Born: Janu ; Died: Ma James Lumsden The eldest son of an engraver and publisher, Lumsden was born in Glasgow on 13 November He became an apprentice to his father before being made a partner, and he developed James Lumsden & Son into a successful stationery business.
He sat on the Town Council fromthen again from. The University of Glasgow is a registered Scottish charity: Registration Number SC Slavery Studies | Eòlas na Tràillealachd. Contact us; Legal. Accessibility statement; F.Chapbooks were read, or perhaps more accurately, read out to people of all ages, though few publishers catered specifically for children.
James Lumsden of Glasgow was an exception — he produced good quality chapbooks for children in the early 19th century. Reasons for decline. Chapbooks gradually disappeared from the s onwards.Book producer, and W. Bulmer and Co. Book producer (page images at HathiTrust) Bewick, Thomas, The child's instructor, or Picture alphabet.
(Glasgow: Published and sold, wholesale, by Lumsden & Son., [ca. ?]), also by Aldrich Collection (Brown University) RPB, contrib. by James Lumsden & Son (page images at HathiTrust).