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Invoices.

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Documents showing items supplied, together with the prices charged for each; also, itemized bills or accounts.

Found in 248 Collections and/or Records:

Account book kept by George Seton., 1820-1822.

 Item
Identifier: MS.19217
Scope and Contents

The account book consists chiefly of lists of Bombay tradesmen’s bills, but some personal accounts are to be found here (inverted folios 1-7).

Dates: 1820-1822.

Account-book kept by Thomas Meade containing Cornish bills., 1766-1773.

 Item
Identifier: MS.12938
Scope and Contents From the Series: William Nassau Elliot of Wells was Commissary and Commissary-General to the allied army in Germany, 1761-173, and his son, William Elliot of Wells was Member of Parliament for Portarlington, 1801-1802, and for Peterborough, 1802-1818, and Chief Secretary for Ireland in the ‘Talents' Ministry, 1806-1807. The Elliots of Wells were only very distantly related to the Elliots of Minto, the common ancestor being Robin Elliot of Redheugh (florished 1582). However, William Elliot of Wells was a...
Dates: 1766-1773.

Account-book kept by Thomas Meade containing Cornish bills., 1774-1776.

 Item
Identifier: MS.12339
Scope and Contents From the Series: William Nassau Elliot of Wells was Commissary and Commissary-General to the allied army in Germany, 1761-173, and his son, William Elliot of Wells was Member of Parliament for Portarlington, 1801-1802, and for Peterborough, 1802-1818, and Chief Secretary for Ireland in the ‘Talents' Ministry, 1806-1807. The Elliots of Wells were only very distantly related to the Elliots of Minto, the common ancestor being Robin Elliot of Redheugh (florished 1582). However, William Elliot of Wells was a...
Dates: 1774-1776.

Account-book kept by Thomas Meade containing household and personal bills paid., 1760-1773.

 Item
Identifier: MS.12943
Scope and Contents From the Series: William Nassau Elliot of Wells was Commissary and Commissary-General to the allied army in Germany, 1761-173, and his son, William Elliot of Wells was Member of Parliament for Portarlington, 1801-1802, and for Peterborough, 1802-1818, and Chief Secretary for Ireland in the ‘Talents' Ministry, 1806-1807. The Elliots of Wells were only very distantly related to the Elliots of Minto, the common ancestor being Robin Elliot of Redheugh (florished 1582). However, William Elliot of Wells was a...
Dates: 1760-1773.

Account-book kept by Thomas Meade containing household and personal bills paid., 1774-1777.

 Item
Identifier: MS.12944
Scope and Contents From the Series: William Nassau Elliot of Wells was Commissary and Commissary-General to the allied army in Germany, 1761-173, and his son, William Elliot of Wells was Member of Parliament for Portarlington, 1801-1802, and for Peterborough, 1802-1818, and Chief Secretary for Ireland in the ‘Talents' Ministry, 1806-1807. The Elliots of Wells were only very distantly related to the Elliots of Minto, the common ancestor being Robin Elliot of Redheugh (florished 1582). However, William Elliot of Wells was a...
Dates: 1774-1777.

Account-book of the 1st Earl of Minto recording payments chiefly to the Earl of Elgin and John Udny, Leghorn, with details of bills drawn on the Treasury and Navv Boards., 1800-1801.

 Item
Identifier: MS.11270
Scope and Contents From the Series: Correspondence and papers of Sir Gilbert Elliot Murray Kynynmound (1751-1814), who succeeded as 4th Baronet in 1777, assumed the additional names of Murray Kynynmound on succeeding to his mother's properties in 1778, and was created Baron Minto in 1797 and Earl of Minto in 1813. He was Member of Parliament for Morpeth, 1776-1777, for Roxburghshire, 1777-1784, for Berwick-upon-Tweed, 1786-1790, and for Helston, 1790-1795; and served as Civil Commissioner at Toulon, 1793, Minister to the...
Dates: 1800-1801.

Account-books kept by Thomas Meade containing Cornish bills., 1766-1776.

 Sub-Series
Identifier: MSS.12938-12939
Scope and Contents From the Series: William Nassau Elliot of Wells was Commissary and Commissary-General to the allied army in Germany, 1761-173, and his son, William Elliot of Wells was Member of Parliament for Portarlington, 1801-1802, and for Peterborough, 1802-1818, and Chief Secretary for Ireland in the ‘Talents' Ministry, 1806-1807. The Elliots of Wells were only very distantly related to the Elliots of Minto, the common ancestor being Robin Elliot of Redheugh (florished 1582). However, William Elliot of Wells was a...
Dates: 1766-1776.

Account-books kept by Thomas Meade containing household and personal bills paid., 1760-1777.

 Sub-Series
Identifier: MSS.12943-12944
Scope and Contents From the Series: William Nassau Elliot of Wells was Commissary and Commissary-General to the allied army in Germany, 1761-173, and his son, William Elliot of Wells was Member of Parliament for Portarlington, 1801-1802, and for Peterborough, 1802-1818, and Chief Secretary for Ireland in the ‘Talents' Ministry, 1806-1807. The Elliots of Wells were only very distantly related to the Elliots of Minto, the common ancestor being Robin Elliot of Redheugh (florished 1582). However, William Elliot of Wells was a...
Dates: 1760-1777.

Account files of the Gude Cause project., 2008-2010.

 Sub-Series
Identifier: Acc.13293/92-95
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: Electronic archive, digital images, sound and video recordings, and related ephemera of the Gude Cause project, 2008-2010. The project’s main objective was to celebrate the centenary of the Women’s Social and Political Union procession which took place in Edinburgh on 10 October 1909. Furthermore, in the light of a report published before the 2007 Scottish Parliament Election, Gude Cause sought to reenergize women’s participation in Scottish political life.The archive charts the...
Dates: 2008-2010.

Accounts., 1776-1802.

 File
Identifier: MS.14689
Scope and Contents The contents are as follows:(i) Indian accounts, 1782-1785 (folio 1);(ii) Accounts of the 7th Marquess of Tweeddale when residing at Thirlestane Castle, 1784-1786 (folio 9);(iii) Accounts relating to the lease of Bonnington House, Ratho, 1786-1788 (folio 32);(iv) Discharges by Margaret, daughter of Lord William Hay of Newhall, 1792-1794 (folio 48), and by Mary Campbell of Shawfield, widow of Major William Hay, 1792-1800 (folio 54);...
Dates: 1776-1802.

Accounts and bills for building and structural repairs chiefly at Yester House, Gifford, and Tweeddale House., 1717-1762.

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Identifier: MS.14666
Scope and Contents The contents are as follows:(i) Disbound account book, 1736, of Joseph Enzer for plaster and stucco work at Yester with 'Observations on Joseph Enzers Accompts' (folio 1);(ii) Glaziers' bills: George Rouchead, Gifford, 1727-1739 (folio 16); Alexander Burton, Edinburgh, 1736-1757 (folio 18); William Burn, Gifford, 1752-1762 (folio 27);(iii) Painters' bills: James and George Norrie, Edinburgh, 1736-1755 (folio 45); James Fisher, Gifford, 1759-1762 (folio...
Dates: 1717-1762.

Accounts and bills of, to or concerning Sir Robert Hay, and Lord Charles Hay, of Linplum., 1704-1765.

 File
Identifier: MS.14674
Scope and Contents The contents are as follows:(i) Accounts, 1704-1765, of and concerning Sir Robert Hay, 2nd Baronet of Linplum to whose estate Lord Charles Hay succeeded in 1752 (folio 1);(ii) Account, 1750-1751, between Sir Robert Hay and his grieve, William Grierson (folio 103);(iii) Account, 1753, between the 4th Marquess of Tweeddale and Charles Murray, factor, after the death of Sir Robert Hay (folio 121);(iv) Bills of exchange, 1724-1729, of Lord Charles...
Dates: 1704-1765.

Accounts and vouchers of Hannagalla Coffee Plantation, Ceylon., 1844-1863.

 File
Identifier: MS.19229
Scope and Contents

The papers include, details of the cost of bringing the land into cultivation (folio 1), Alexander Gedde's expenses as estate manager 1844-1854 (folios 2-3), accounts, 1859-1863, of the agents, George Stewart and Company (folios 4-37), and of the estate manager, Walter Agar (folios 38-85), and bills and receipts for shipping charges, 1846-1863 (folios 86-160).

Dates: 1844-1863.

Accounts and vouchers of the Hunter family., 1764-1871, undated.

 File
Identifier: MS.19716
Scope and Contents

The accounts and vouchers being chiefly Charles Hunters bills and receipts for his estates of Glencarse and Seaside with some household accounts of Glencarse (folio 2). Also with accounts of Patrick Hunter of Knap, 1764 (folio 1), James Hunter of Kellyfield, 1856-1857 (folio 180), and Robert Webster of Cranley, circa 1811 (folio 212).

Dates: 1764-1871, undated.

Accounts concerning building and structural repairs at Yester House, Gifford, and Tweeddale House., 1717-1762.

 Sub-Series
Identifier: MSS.14664-14666
Scope and Contents From the Series: The papers catalogued here are especially rich in political material, 17th century-19th century, in estate and local affairs correspondence and papers, 16th century-20th century, in financial and legal material, 15th century-20th century, and in personal, household and estate accounts, 17th century-19th century. There is material concerning India in the correspondence and papers of the 8th, 9th and 10th Marquesses of Tweeddale, and concerning the Peninsular War in the correspondence and...
Dates: 1717-1762.

Accounts of English expenses., 1668-1704, undated.

 File
Identifier: MS.14647
Scope and Contents The contents are as follows:(i) Bills for various provisions, 1671-1704 (folio 1);(ii) Disbound household account book, 1704 (folio 10);(iii) Clothing bills from merchants and tradesmen; mercers, haberdashers, etc., 1668-1704 (folio 19); tailors, 1672-1704 (folio 91); shoemakers, 1672-1704 (folio 104); hatters, 1669-1704 (folio 69); glovers, 1670-1704 (folio 119); belt-makers, 1670-1679 (folio 123);(iv) Clothing bills for Lord John Hay, 1697...
Dates: 1668-1704, undated.

Accounts of English expenses., 1670-1710, undated.

 File
Identifier: MS.14648
Scope and Contents The contents are as follows:(i) Bills from Jacob Huysmanns, 1670, for a picture frame and Gilbert [sic] Soest, 1673, ‘for a picture drawne by me of two children’ (folio 1);(ii) Bills of exchange, 1671-1701, (folio 3);(iii) Bills for freight, customs and packing expenses, 1672-1704 (folio 39);(iv) Accounts, 1675-1704, of postage expenses (folio 48);(v) Bill, 1678, from Thomas Bowlby, saddler, Darlington (folio 51);(vi)...
Dates: 1670-1710, undated.

Accounts of Lady Meade and of her son, Thomas Meade., 1764-1779, undated.

 File
Identifier: MS.12947
Scope and Contents

The contents are as follows. (i) Apothecaries’ bills, 1764-1779 (folio 1); (ii) Letter, 1772, of Francis Paynter to Thomas Meade, enclosing a rental of Thomas Meade's estates at Mitchell in Cornwall (folio 46); (iii) Extract copy of Lady Meade's will, 1772 (folio 48); (iv) Miscellaneous Meade family accounts, 1718-1779, undated chiefly of Thomas Meade at Bath (folio 50).

Dates: 1764-1779, undated.

Accounts of Susan, Marchioness of Tweeddale., 1715-1736.

 File
Identifier: MS.14657
Scope and Contents The contents are as follows:(i) Account, 1715, of funeral expenses for the 3rd Marquess of Tweeddale (folio 1);(ii) Servants' and factors' accounts, 1716-1734 (folio 3);(iii) Accounts, 1716-1722, for the 4th Marquess of Tweeddale, and for Lords James and Charles Hay, (folio 43);(iv) Scottish inn and horse bills, 1716, 1722 (folio 48);(v) London bills of exchange, 1729 (folio 70);(vi) Bills, 1719-1736, for various goods...
Dates: 1715-1736.

Accounts of Susan, Marchioness of Tweeddale., 1715-1736, undated.

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Identifier: MS.14658
Scope and Contents The contents are as follows:(i) Cloth and clothing bills, 1717-1736, undated (folio 1);(ii) Cloth bill, 1729-1730, to the Marquess of Clydesdale (folio 34);(iii) Bills, 1717-1721, of Edinburgh shoemakers (folio 35);(iv) Bills, 1719-1736, of East Lothian weavers (folio 39);(v) Bill, 1721, for wine glasses to Lady Mary Hamilton of Baldoon, Edinburgh (folio 48);(vi) Bill, 1722, for mirrors, Edinburgh (folio 49);...
Dates: 1715-1736, undated.

Accounts of Susan, Marchioness of Tweeddale, after the death of her husband, the 3rd Marquess of Tweeddale., 1715-1736, undated.

 Sub-Series
Identifier: MSS.14657-14658
Scope and Contents From the Series: The papers catalogued here are especially rich in political material, 17th century-19th century, in estate and local affairs correspondence and papers, 16th century-20th century, in financial and legal material, 15th century-20th century, and in personal, household and estate accounts, 17th century-19th century. There is material concerning India in the correspondence and papers of the 8th, 9th and 10th Marquesses of Tweeddale, and concerning the Peninsular War in the correspondence and...
Dates: 1715-1736, undated.

Accounts of the early Hays of Yester and of the 1st Earl of Tweeddale., 1577-1654, undated.

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Identifier: MS.14618
Scope and Contents The contents are as follows:(i) Account, 1577-1583, undated, of moneys owing to the 5th Lord Hay of Yester out of the lands of Robert Home of Heuch (folio 1);(ii) Accounts, 1600-1608, being chiefly Edinburgh merchants’ and tradesmen's bills, of the 7th Lord and Lady Hay of Yester (folio 3);(iii) Personal, household and estate accounts, 1609-1614, for the 1st Earl of Tweeddale during his minority (folio 37);(iv) Estate accounts, 1616-1617 (folio...
Dates: 1577-1654, undated.