Barclay, Andrew (Boston, MA)
*"(1738-1823) From Cleish, Fife. Son of Andrew C. and Marion Anderson. To Boston Mass.A Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to the USA pg. 17.
Trade cards of The American Antiquarian Society
1764, "at the Bible in Cornhill", "bred a binder in Scotland". J. Leander
Bishop, History of American Manufacturers, 1868, pg. 192
Active cir. 1760"s: Early American Bookbindings, from the collection of
Michael Papantonio, The Pierpont Morgan Library, New York 1972,
(1768) "John Barclay, Clothier"...Andrew Barclay, Second Door North of the Sign of the Three Kings, Cornhill, Boston. The Boston Chronicle, Monday March 28 1768.
(1772) Begs Leave to inform his customers & others that he has removed from Cornhill to a shop second Door South of the Governor's at the sign of the Gilt Bible in Marlboro' Street" Boston Evening Post, September 14, 1772.