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Receipts. Financial records.

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Written acknowledgment of the receiving or taking of goods or money delivered or paid.

Found in 938 Collections and/or Records:

Account-book containing balances of receipts and expenditure connected with the personal estate of William Elliot., 1818.

 Item
Identifier: MS.11936
Scope and Contents From the Series: Gilbert Elliot Murray Kynynmound (1782-1859) was styled Viscount Melgund from 1813 and succeeded as Earl of Minto in 1814. He was Member of Parliament for Ashburton, 1806-1807, and for Roxburghshire, 1812-1814; and served as Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the King of Prussia 1832-1834, First Lord of the Admiralty, 1835-1841, Lord Privy Seal, 1846-1852, and on a special mission to Switzerland and the states of Italy, 1847-1848. The papers reflect fully the 2nd Earl's...
Dates: 1818.

Account-book, December 1794-June 1795, of the Elgin Fencibles., 1794-1795.

 Item
Identifier: MS.5110
Scope and Contents

The account book contains receipts of Charles Bruce, William Hamilton, and George Balvaird, as lieutenants, for sums received from Major J Hepburn Belsches and Colonel Patrick Tytler; with additional receipts from Lord Elgin, colonel of the regiment.

Dates: 1794-1795.

Account book, private and household accounts with receipts loosely inserted., 1844-1846.

 Item
Identifier: Acc.13827/637
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: The papers cover six centuries worth of family and estate papers of the Forbes, the Stuart Forbes, and the Trefusis families. Alexander de Forbes (c.1380-1448) was created the 1st Lord Forbes around 1440, the Lords Forbes of Pitsligo were descended from Sir William Forbes, brother of Alexander. The title was created in 1633 for Alexander Forbes (d.1636). His descendant Alexander Forbes, 4th Lord Forbes of Pitsligo (1678-1762) forfeited his estates following his support for the Jacobites in...
Dates: 1844-1846.

Account-book, titled 'Account of G. Elliot [1st Earl]. Receipts and Disbursements from November 1767 to July 1768'., 1767-1768.

 Item
Identifier: MS.11182
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: 1767-1768.

Account books and other bound financial volumes., 1838-1959.

 Series
Identifier: Acc.7548/E/1-86
Scope and Contents From the Record Group:

The archive of the Church of Scotland Foreign Mission Committee, 1929-64, together with much 19th and earlier 20th century material, and some items relating to Jewish and Continental Missions.

Dates: 1838-1959.

Account of James Durham, argentar., 1641.

 Item
Identifier: MS.20776
Scope and Contents

The charge (folio 2) is followed by warrants by Sir James Carmichael, treasurer-depute, and receipts by James Durham, for payments. The discharge (folio 24) is arranged by section of the household and is without vouchers.

Dates: 1641.

Accounts and miscellaneous receipts and vouchers of law agents, 1817-1874, containing three notebooks of accounts, 1849-1853., 1817-1874.

 File
Identifier: Acc.9901/39
Scope and Contents From the Fonds:

Additional estate papers of the Dundases of Dundas consisting mostly of correspondence, legal processes, and miscellaneous management papers, 1741-1890. Correspondence filed with legal processes has not been removed. The original within the bundles of miscellaneous management papers has been retained.

Dates: 1817-1874.

Accounts and receipts, 1851-1888, and printed reports, etc., 1890-1900, of and concerning the Free Church of Scotland., 1851-1900.

 File
Identifier: MS.18104
Scope and Contents From the Series:

The archive of the General Treasurer of the Free Church of Scotland, 1843-1900, with related papers including a few of slightly earlier and later date. The archive gives a complete picture of the financial basis of one of the most significant organised religious bodies in Scotland, from the Disruption to the first of the major Presbyterian reunions, dealing in great detail with the sources of finance and with its expenditure on a variety of projects.

Dates: 1851-1900.

Accounts and receipts addressed to William Skeoch Cumming., 1891-1927, undated.

 Sub-Series
Identifier: MSS.9796-9797
Scope and Contents

Many of the accounts and receipts are from art dealers for artists' equipment, picture framing, etc., and from booksellers. Within each year, they are arranged alphabetically under the name of the firm.

Dates: 1891-1927, undated.

Accounts and receipts addressed to William Skeoch Cumming., 1891-1912.

 File
Identifier: MS.9796
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

Many of the accounts and receipts are from art dealers for artists' equipment, picture framing, etc., and from booksellers. Within each year, they are arranged alphabetically under the name of the firm.

Dates: 1891-1912.

Accounts and receipts addressed to William Skeoch Cumming., 1913-1927, undated.

 File
Identifier: MS.9797
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

Many of the accounts and receipts are from art dealers for artists' equipment, picture framing, etc., and from booksellers. Within each year, they are arranged alphabetically under the name of the firm.

Dates: 1913-1927, undated.

Accounts and receipts chiefly for estate business., 1881.

 Sub-Series
Identifier: MS.17439
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Fletchers were merchants in Dundee, who came to prominence towards the end of the sixteenth century in the person of Robert, burgess and bailie of Dundee, who purchased various lands in Forfar which were consolidated into the estate of Innerpeffer; he died in 1622. His eldest son Sir Andrew was admitted an ordinary judge in 1623 (his brothers were James, merchant burgess of Dundee; Robert, of Bencho; and Sir George, of Restennet, advocate, through whose holding of the priory lands of...
Dates: 1881.

Accounts and receipts chiefly for estate business., 1881.

 File
Identifier: MS.17439 (part 1)
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Fletchers were merchants in Dundee, who came to prominence towards the end of the sixteenth century in the person of Robert, burgess and bailie of Dundee, who purchased various lands in Forfar which were consolidated into the estate of Innerpeffer; he died in 1622. His eldest son Sir Andrew was admitted an ordinary judge in 1623 (his brothers were James, merchant burgess of Dundee; Robert, of Bencho; and Sir George, of Restennet, advocate, through whose holding of the priory lands of...
Dates: 1881.

Accounts and receipts chiefly for estate business., 1881.

 File
Identifier: MS.17439 (part 2)
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Fletchers were merchants in Dundee, who came to prominence towards the end of the sixteenth century in the person of Robert, burgess and bailie of Dundee, who purchased various lands in Forfar which were consolidated into the estate of Innerpeffer; he died in 1622. His eldest son Sir Andrew was admitted an ordinary judge in 1623 (his brothers were James, merchant burgess of Dundee; Robert, of Bencho; and Sir George, of Restennet, advocate, through whose holding of the priory lands of...
Dates: 1881.

Accounts and receipts chiefly for estate business., 1882.

 Sub-Series
Identifier: MS.17440
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Fletchers were merchants in Dundee, who came to prominence towards the end of the sixteenth century in the person of Robert, burgess and bailie of Dundee, who purchased various lands in Forfar which were consolidated into the estate of Innerpeffer; he died in 1622. His eldest son Sir Andrew was admitted an ordinary judge in 1623 (his brothers were James, merchant burgess of Dundee; Robert, of Bencho; and Sir George, of Restennet, advocate, through whose holding of the priory lands of...
Dates: 1882.

Accounts and receipts chiefly for estate business., 1882.

 File
Identifier: MS.17440 (part 1)
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Fletchers were merchants in Dundee, who came to prominence towards the end of the sixteenth century in the person of Robert, burgess and bailie of Dundee, who purchased various lands in Forfar which were consolidated into the estate of Innerpeffer; he died in 1622. His eldest son Sir Andrew was admitted an ordinary judge in 1623 (his brothers were James, merchant burgess of Dundee; Robert, of Bencho; and Sir George, of Restennet, advocate, through whose holding of the priory lands of...
Dates: 1882.

Accounts and receipts chiefly for estate business., 1882.

 File
Identifier: MS.17440 (part 2)
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Fletchers were merchants in Dundee, who came to prominence towards the end of the sixteenth century in the person of Robert, burgess and bailie of Dundee, who purchased various lands in Forfar which were consolidated into the estate of Innerpeffer; he died in 1622. His eldest son Sir Andrew was admitted an ordinary judge in 1623 (his brothers were James, merchant burgess of Dundee; Robert, of Bencho; and Sir George, of Restennet, advocate, through whose holding of the priory lands of...
Dates: 1882.

Accounts and receipts chiefly for estate business., 1883.

 Sub-Series
Identifier: MSS.17441-17442
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Fletchers were merchants in Dundee, who came to prominence towards the end of the sixteenth century in the person of Robert, burgess and bailie of Dundee, who purchased various lands in Forfar which were consolidated into the estate of Innerpeffer; he died in 1622. His eldest son Sir Andrew was admitted an ordinary judge in 1623 (his brothers were James, merchant burgess of Dundee; Robert, of Bencho; and Sir George, of Restennet, advocate, through whose holding of the priory lands of...
Dates: 1883.

Accounts and receipts chiefly for estate business., 1883.

 File
Identifier: MS.17441
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Fletchers were merchants in Dundee, who came to prominence towards the end of the sixteenth century in the person of Robert, burgess and bailie of Dundee, who purchased various lands in Forfar which were consolidated into the estate of Innerpeffer; he died in 1622. His eldest son Sir Andrew was admitted an ordinary judge in 1623 (his brothers were James, merchant burgess of Dundee; Robert, of Bencho; and Sir George, of Restennet, advocate, through whose holding of the priory lands of...
Dates: 1883.

Accounts and receipts chiefly for estate business., 1883.

 Sub-Series
Identifier: MS.17442
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Fletchers were merchants in Dundee, who came to prominence towards the end of the sixteenth century in the person of Robert, burgess and bailie of Dundee, who purchased various lands in Forfar which were consolidated into the estate of Innerpeffer; he died in 1622. His eldest son Sir Andrew was admitted an ordinary judge in 1623 (his brothers were James, merchant burgess of Dundee; Robert, of Bencho; and Sir George, of Restennet, advocate, through whose holding of the priory lands of...
Dates: 1883.

Accounts and receipts chiefly for estate business., 1883.

 File
Identifier: MS.17442 (part 1)
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Fletchers were merchants in Dundee, who came to prominence towards the end of the sixteenth century in the person of Robert, burgess and bailie of Dundee, who purchased various lands in Forfar which were consolidated into the estate of Innerpeffer; he died in 1622. His eldest son Sir Andrew was admitted an ordinary judge in 1623 (his brothers were James, merchant burgess of Dundee; Robert, of Bencho; and Sir George, of Restennet, advocate, through whose holding of the priory lands of...
Dates: 1883.

Accounts and receipts chiefly for estate business., 1883.

 File
Identifier: MS.17442 (part 2)
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Fletchers were merchants in Dundee, who came to prominence towards the end of the sixteenth century in the person of Robert, burgess and bailie of Dundee, who purchased various lands in Forfar which were consolidated into the estate of Innerpeffer; he died in 1622. His eldest son Sir Andrew was admitted an ordinary judge in 1623 (his brothers were James, merchant burgess of Dundee; Robert, of Bencho; and Sir George, of Restennet, advocate, through whose holding of the priory lands of...
Dates: 1883.