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Minute books.

Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source

Found in 570 Collections and/or Records:

Account and minute book, apparently of a Perth Wright, 1660-1661, 1667-1670, undated, with minutes of the Incorporation of Perth Wrights for 1664-1666 when Alexander Wilson was Deacon, intermingled., 17th century.

Identifier: MS.19289
Scope and Contents

It is possible that the accounts are Alexander Wilson's also. In addition there are 17th-century accounts of a French merchant (folios 1 and 2), and records of baptisms and marriage at Kennoway and Kilconquhar, Fife, 1659-1660 (folio l).

Dates: 17th century.

Administrative papers of the Trustees of Neil Munro., 1930-1952.

Identifier: MSS.26935-26937
Scope and Contents

The Trust was established on Neil Munro's death, for the benefit of his wife and family.

Dates: 1930-1952.

Annual Reports, accounts and minutes of North Berwick Golf Club.

Identifier: Acc.13228
Scope and Contents North Berwick Golf Club was formed on 8th May 1832 to play over the links there. The original course of 6/7 holes was extended to 12 in 1869-70 taking over the Park to the west. In 1877, the Club acquired the right to play over part of the Dirleton estate. This became known as the Private Golf Links or Greens. From the earliest days, the members of the Club dined together after their matches and, in 1879, it was resolved to build a Clubhouse by the links. The committee formed to oversee this...
Dates: 1984 to 2005.

Archive of the Royal Celtic Society.

Identifier: Acc.13898
Content Description

The archive of the Royal Celtic Society, founded in 1820 as the Celtic Society, and bearing its 'Royal' designation since 1873. Among the founder members were Captain William Mackenzie of Gruinard, Sir David Stewart of Garth and Sir Walter Scott, the Society's first vice president.

The archive contains minute books, financial records, membership lists, correspondence, files on the Society's history and constitution, photographs, newspaper cuttings and miscellaneous matter.

Dates: 1820-1974.

'Book belonging to the chapmen in Fif for the East Nevck'., 1706-1764.

Identifier: MS.198
Scope and Contents

Contains ‘The Acts to the Chapman Cowrt of Fife’, 1706-1751 (folio 23-32), i.e., the rules of the Incorporation, records of election of officials, admission of new members, and occasional payments.

Dates: 1706-1764.

Book of sederunt of the administrators of the charitable Contributions for the relief of the indigent Episcopal clergy and their widows.

Identifier: Adv.MS.16.2.1
Scope and Contents

The volume contains minutes of meetings, which were held at the Exchange Coffee House, Edinburgh, and the decisions of the administrators about requests for assistance, and lists (in three categories) the names of those to be assisted. The entries as far as 17 March 1758 (folio 16) are in the hand of William Gordon, bookseller, Edinburgh, who appears to have presented the volume to the Charity (folio 1).

Dates: 1754-1788.

Correspondence and papers of John Addison Birkbeck; with items relating to Dundee Typographical Society, including a volume, September 1879-January 1897, of the Courier and Argus Chapel of the Dundee Typographical Society.

Identifier: Acc.5277
Scope and Contents

Containing minutes of chapel meetings, lists of members, and accounts.

Dates: Majority of material found within 1879-1897, circa 1940-1971.

Facsimile of the minute-book, 1771-1792, of the Society of Civil Engineers (Smeatonian), and related papers.

Identifier: MS.1843
Scope and Contents

Also included are accounts, 1771-1785 (folio 72, inverted), and the first three pages of the second minute book, 1793-1794, 1824.

This is one of several facsimile copies made in 1893 to the order of the Society, for distribution to members.

Dates: 1771-1794, 1824.

Foreign mission records of the United Presbyterian Church (after 1900, the United Free Church of Scotland)., 1846-1936.

Identifier: MSS.7638-7744
Scope and Contents The United Presbyterian Church, formed in 1847 by the union of the United Secession and Relief Churches, inherited from its Secession part missions in the West Indies (see also MS.8020) and in Calabar, Nigeria; soon after the union it took over the work in Jamaica of the Scottish Missionary Society (see MSS.8014, 8984-5) and that in Kaffraria of the Glasgow South African Missionary Society. Missions were later established in Rajputana (1860), Manchuria (1872), and Japan (1873). In addition...
Dates: 1846-1936.