Grace's Guide

British Industrial History

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Thomas and Archibald Constable

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of 11, Thistle Street, Edinburgh.

King's Printers, University Press

Established in 1836 by Thomas Constable.

1914 Present Principals: Archibald Constable, Walter B. Blaikie, and Robert Kilpatrick. Staff: 300-400. (Golf and Bowling Clubs in connection with the employees.) General Work: Book Printing; University Printing; Foreign Languages; General High-class Printing, including Insurance Work and Catalogues. Royal Warrant: Are King's Printers by Special Patent.

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