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Letters. Correspondence.

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Pieces of correspondence that are somewhat more formal than memoranda or notes, usually on paper and delivered.

Found in 14697 Collections and/or Records:

Account book, 1837-1859, of Alexander Gilchrist, kept during service in Britain and at Gibraltar.

 File
Identifier: Acc.6971
Scope and Contents

With copy of J L Hilson, "Further Yesterdays in a Royal Burgh" (1917), and associated letters of Hilson.

Dates: 1837-1859, 1917.

Account by John Farwell junior of his visit to the Osage Indians in Kansas in 1870.

 File
Identifier: Acc.6852
Scope and Contents

With copies of associated papers and a covering letter.

Dates: 1942.

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.

Account for work at Coilyvrochan, Dungarthill, etc., of Sir James Murray Pulteney, 7th Baronet., 1805-1812.

 File
Identifier: MS.1411
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: Contains correspondence and papers of John Mackenzie, Advocate and a Principal Clerk of Session, of Cramond and later of Delvine (died 1731), his sons Alexander, Writer to the Signet and a Principal Clerk of Session (died 1737), and John, Writer to the Signet, Deputy-Keeper of the Signet (died 1778), and Alexander's grandson Sir Alexander Muir Mackenzie, 1st Baronet, Writer to the Signet (died 1835); formed a distinguished line of lawyers who were active in the affairs of their day and...
Dates: 1805-1812.

'Account of the Caves of Kennery, Ambola, and Elephanta in the East Indies; in a letter from a gentleman in Bombay to his friend in England, 1783.', 1783.

 Item
Identifier: MS.3966
Scope and Contents From the Series: Among the papers of the Robertsons the chief correspondents are Principal William Robertson, the historian, and his son William, a Senator of the College of Justice. The correspondence of the Principal includes letters of scholars, British and foreign (Voltaire among others), about his works, information on the American Indians, 1774-1777, and threats regarding his attitude to Roman Catholics, 1778-1779. That of Lord Robertson deals with his legal and political activities and the publication...
Dates: 1783.

Account of time as a nurse at the King George V Seamen`s Memorial Hospital, Malta, of Miss J G M Allan.

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Identifier: Acc.11950
Scope and Contents

Includes a letter, press cuttings and a newsletter.

Dates: 1938-1942.

Accounts, 1823-1864, for disbursement of money by the firm of Chalmers and Guthrie; and bankers' accounts and letters, 1811-1915., 1811-1915.

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Identifier: MS.15433
Scope and Contents

The bankers’ accounts and letters include those of: (i) The Dundee Union Bank (folios 54-129); (ii) The Royal Bank of Scotland (folios 130-137); (iii) The Bank of Scotland (folios 138-148).

Dates: 1811-1915.

Accounts and letters., 1837-1851.

 File
Identifier: Acc.3521/53
Scope and Contents From the Series:

Including legal and financial papers.

Dates: 1837-1851.

Accounts, chiefly relating to the household of Mary of Lorraine, but with a few items of the late 16th century., 1532-1600, and undated.

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Identifier: Adv.MS.29.2.5
Scope and Contents Unless otherwise stated all items are in French. Accounts of Jacques Girard, treasurer; Longueville, 25 May 1544 (folios 1-6; the correct order should be folios 1-2, 5, 4, 3, 6). - There is a partial translation in ‘Foreign correspondence with Marie de Lorraine’ (SHS, 3rd Series, volume 4), page xxvii.Wine account of Jean Mean, butler to Mary, Queen of Scots, March 1544 (folios 7-8).Building expenses at Stirling Castle, March-April 1544 (folio...
Dates: 1532-1600, and undated.

Accounts concerning the publication by John Murray, publishers, of 'Nineveh and its remains' and 'Nineveh and Babylon' by Austen Henry Layard. Also included is a letter of John Murray III to Benjamin Austen forwarding a set of accounts for the sale of the fourth edition of Layard`s 'Nineveh and its remains., 1849-1881.

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Identifier: MS.42413
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: Austen Henry Layard was a British archaeologist and politician. He is perhaps best remembered for his excavations at Nimrud and Nineveh. Layard was keen to publicise his discoveries and worked with John Murray to produce lavish publications about his discoveries. These were popular books and went through many editions.The papers here concerning Austen Henry Layard offer a detailed insight into the publishing process surrounding his works about his excavations.The...
Dates: 1849-1881.

Accounts, correspondence, and memoranda between Blackie and Son Limited and John Murray, publishers., 1976-1986

 File
Identifier: Acc.13328/1527
Scope and Contents

File relates specifically to a joint venture undertaken between the two publishing companies for the publication of "The Science of Life" as part of the "Strathclyde Biology Project". Original and copy material is present.

Dates: 1976-1986

Accounts for the St Vincent plantation of Allan Macdowall.

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Identifier: Acc.14158
Scope and Contents

Monthly statistical account of the Park hill plantation on St Vincent months before the abolition of slavery, including information on enslaved people.

Dates: 1834.

Accounts, letters and certificates., 1854-1855.

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Identifier: Acc.3521/50
Scope and Contents From the Series:

Including legal and financial papers.

Dates: 1854-1855.

Accounts, letters and other papers., 1844-1847.

 File
Identifier: Acc.3521/16
Scope and Contents From the Series:

Including legal and financial papers.

Dates: 1844-1847.

Accounts, letters and other papers., 1854.

 File
Identifier: Acc.3521/29
Scope and Contents From the Series:

Including legal and financial papers.

Dates: 1854.

Accounts, letters, and receipts relating to the financial affairs of Professor John Wilson ('Christopher North')., 1832-1840.

 File
Identifier: MS.4935
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: The papers consist mainly of letters written by authors to Blackwood as their publisher, and by others in search of publication, but they also include some manuscripts and proofs of works considered for publication, together with some papers of William Edmondstoune Aytoun and John Wilson ('Christopher North'). Broadly, this is the incoming correspondence of the firm during the nineteenth century. The outgoing correspondence, so far as it is represented by copies in letter-books, etc.,...
Dates: 1832-1840.

Accounts, letters, and receipts relating to the financial affairs of Professor John Wilson ('Christopher North')., 1841-1852, undated.

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Identifier: MS.4936
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: The papers consist mainly of letters written by authors to Blackwood as their publisher, and by others in search of publication, but they also include some manuscripts and proofs of works considered for publication, together with some papers of William Edmondstoune Aytoun and John Wilson ('Christopher North'). Broadly, this is the incoming correspondence of the firm during the nineteenth century. The outgoing correspondence, so far as it is represented by copies in letter-books, etc.,...
Dates: 1841-1852, undated.

Accounts, letters, and receipts relating to the financial affairs of Professor John Wilson ('Christopher North'), which were dealt with by William Blackwood and Sons., 1832-1852, undated.

 Series
Identifier: MSS.4935-4936
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: The papers consist mainly of letters written by authors to Blackwood as their publisher, and by others in search of publication, but they also include some manuscripts and proofs of works considered for publication, together with some papers of William Edmondstoune Aytoun and John Wilson ('Christopher North'). Broadly, this is the incoming correspondence of the firm during the nineteenth century. The outgoing correspondence, so far as it is represented by copies in letter-books, etc.,...
Dates: 1832-1852, undated.

Accounts, letters and reports of accounts., 1824-1879.

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Identifier: Acc.3521/54
Scope and Contents From the Series:

Including legal and financial papers.

Dates: 1824-1879.

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.