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(Dennis William). Tullis Press, Cupar, Dundee, Abertay Historical Society, In he acquired a printing press and established the Tullis Press which succeeded in capturing the commercial printing market in Fife and its surrounding area and, between andpublished more than two hundred books.
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Scottish Book Trade Index. TULLIS, Robert bookseller, printer and papermaker Cupar in Fife bookseller Cupar in Fife Bonnygate printer same address Printer to the University of St Andrews same address and Market Street, St Andrews George Smith Tullis same address John C.
Orr same address I. Book Printed for Robert Tullis Press, 25 II. Books Printed by Robert Tullis, 25 III. Books Printed by George Smith Tullis, 48 IV. Books Printed by the Firm Tullis in 59 V. Books Printed at the St Andrews University Press, or earlier 60 VI. Books attributed to R.
Tullis by G.H. Bushell. 60 VII. The Tullis Russell family business started with Robert Tullis (), of the Tullis Press in Cupar, who bought the lease of the Auchmuty Meal mill in and created the paper making company R. Tullis & Co. The management of the business changed many times in the following century, most notably in when the brothers David () and Arthur Russell became managing.
The Tullis Press captured the commercial printing market in Fife and its surrounding area and, between andpublished more than two hundred books. These included books of poetry, historical and scientific works, textbooks and English and Latin classics.
Robert Tullis () was a printer, bookseller and paper maker. He founded the Tullis Press in Cupar in and established a paper making firm in when he purchased the lease of Auchmuty Mill. He was elected the official printer for the University in and printed the edition of the University Library Catalogue.
The Tullis Press, Cupar, – Dundee, Abertay Historical Society, (Abertay Historical Soc publication no 12) Duff, Edward Gordon. ‘The early career of Edward Raban, afterwards first printer at Aberdeen.’ The Library, series 4, vol II /4 Read before the Bibliographical Society, The Tullis Press: 19th century printing in Fife 09/08/ by St Andrews Special Collections 2 Comments Robert Tullis () moved to Cupar in and founded the company of R.
Tullis & Company, initially as a bookshop and bindery. Free downloads of past Abertay Historical Society publications which are no longer in print.
TO THE CORONAVIRUS EMERGENCY OUR REMAINING EVENTS FOR THE SESSION ARE CANCELLED AND WE ARE UNABLE TO FULFIL ANY BOOK ORDERS. WE HOPE TO RESUME NORMAL SERVICE SOON. The Tullis Press, Cupar, By D W Doughty () An.
4 responses to “ University Library ” Query: Would you be able to tell me the address of the Tullis Press in Cupar in.
St Andrews Rare Books 19/10/ at am. This is a reproduction of the original artefact. Generally these books are created from careful scans of the original. This allows us to preserve the book accurately and present it in the way the author intended.
Since the original versions are generally quite old, there may occasionally be certain imperfections within these reproductions. Sir David Russell () of Silverburn, Markinch, Fife. Born the third son of David Russell senior (), a partner in Robert Tullis and Company Ltd, papermakers based in Markinch, Fife, Sir David Russell became the driving force behind the expansion and evolution of this company into the major business of Tullis Russell and Company Ltd by the mids.
Cadell. Patrick Cadell. List of People connected or possibly connected with Books from the Registers of Protections of the Abbey of Holyroodhouse. Privately Communicated; Caledonian Mercury ; ; ;; Campbell Tullis. A J Campbell. 'The Tullis Press', Cupar. Buckhaven, Campbell Cupar.
A J Campbell. The Tullis Press, Cupar, by D. Doughty 12 That Important and Necessary Article: The Salt Industry and its Trade in Fife and Tayside, by C A Whatley. THE TULLIS PRESS CUPAR - ILLUSTRATED BOOKLET BIBLIOGRAPHY. £ + £ P&P "THE PILGRIM'S WAY IN KENT" DONALD MAXWELL, ILLUSTRATED.
£ 0 Images of Ashford by Kent Messenger Hardback Book The Cheap Fast Free Post. £ £ + P&P. Last one. An Introduction to the Humanities: Illustration Booklet (Course A In he started, on 14th March, the Cupar Herald, whose name was changed in to the Fife Herald, a paper which, under a series of other editors, has maintained an honourable place in the provincial Scottish Press.
Robert Tullis was succeeded in by his son, Mr. Tullis, who continued to print the Herald, as well as a few books. COMMANDO War Stories in Pictures Missing: Tullis Press.
The University’s first book-room, in the Faculty of Arts building on this site, was set up in The colleges of the University had their own collections of books and manuscripts before the Common Library was established, and they were not completely integrated until In the vision to.
Tullis Gravestones, Cupar, Fife, Scotland. Photos by Peter John Tullis ([email protected]) Previous: Descendants of Henry G. Tullis: Next: Capt. James Tullis and Family. Peter John Tullis traces his line back to Alexander Tullis () who was born in Cupar, Fife, Scotland.
Alexander and his brothers were profiled in Tullis Trees, Vol. 2, No. Peter’s results came back as NOT a match with Craig or me. Book Your Ad; Courier Travel; The rise and fall of Tullis Russell.
by Michael Alexander. May 22am Robert Tullis of the Cupar Press purchased the lease of the Auchmuty paper. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Abertay Historical Society books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million g: Tullis Press.
The history, ancient and modern, of the sheriffdoms of Fife and Kinross, with the description of both, and of the firths of Forth and Tay, and the islands in them with an account of the natural products of the land and waters on *FREE* shipping on qualifying cturer: Cupar, Fife Printed by and for R.
Tullis. CUPAR, a royal, municipal and police burgh, and capital of the county of Fifeshire, Scotland, 11 m. by S. of St Andrews by the North British railway. Pop. () It is situated on the left bank of the Eden, in the east of the Howe (Hollow) of Fife, and is sometimes written Cupar-Fife to distinguish it from Coupar-Angus in Perthshire.
The Tullis family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Tullis families were found in the USA in In there were 27 Tullis families living in Ohio.
This was about 47% of all the recorded Tullis's in the USA. Ohio had the highest population of Tullis families in Genealogy profile for John Tullis John Tullis ( - c) - Genealogy Genealogy for John Tullis ( - c) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living g: Cupar.
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2, by Robert FraserMissing: Cupar. Jane Tullis was born on November 27in Kosciusko, Indiana, USA. Jane married David Davenport Tullis on July 26at age 22 in Kosciusko, Indiana, USA. Jane passed away on October 17at age 57 in Sheldon, Iroquois, Illinois, USA.
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Closure of a Fife paper mill made a large dent in progress towards the Scottish Government’s targets for renewable heat generation. After Tullis Russell shut in. Tullis Russell Mills Band, Glenrothes.
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It aims to promote interest in history, with a special focus on the history of Perthshire, Angus and Fife. The AHS runs a regular programme of public lectures on historical topics and also organises special events. The Society also publishes books, usually producing at least one publication per year.