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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Created For = CW

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

17.39 Female, Single, 15-24 yrs, Dull and backward, December 1946

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/16
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"Slow but neat and tidy. Gets into debt, can't manage very well. At present a maid."

Relatives in survey: Father 17.36, mother 17.35, siblings 17.38, 17.37

Dates: Other: December 1946

Autograph letter signed from Walter Scott to Robert Smith, 5 January 1800

 Item — Box CLX-A-393
Identifier: Coll-1147/22-0057/1
Scope and Contents Autograph letter signed from Sir Walter Scott to Robert Smith Esq., St Paul’s Churchyard, from Edinburgh, dated 5 January 1800.This is a long letter to Smith in St Paul’s Churchyard, primarily concerning the recovery of a debt, but also with family news and remarks of a general nature. Smith has evidently asked Scott to assist in the repayment of a debt, and Scott, in his role as sheriff-depute of the county of Selkirk, agrees to assist. He tells Smith, "I shall be extremely...
Dates: 5 January 1800

Four manuscript documents - bonds of debt, correspondence relating to debt, an account of competition betwixt Bruce and Balliol, 1673-08-19

Identifier: Coll-1383/1/9
Scope and Contents This file contaians: An account of the competition betwixt Bruce and Balliol - a question arising upon the death of Alexander the third. Possibly a 18th c. account of period List of the bonds and debt due to 'Harie Morisone wryter to his Majesties signet quhilk are in the custodie of Agnes Wilkie relict to the said Harie Morisone', 19 August 1673 Andrew Lothian of West...
Dates: 1673-08-19

Part-printed and ms receipts from Stonehaven sheriff officer and the debt collection company of Kinnear & Munro, Stonehaven

 Fonds — Box CLX-A-1532
Identifier: Coll-1721
Scope and Contents 18 x part-printed and ms receipts from the Stonehaven sheriff officer and from the debt collection company of Kinnear & Munro form a small collection of Scottish local taxation and debt collection receipts, 1819-1868. Money is detailed for various Kincardineshire taxes and rents including road money, land tax, salmon fishing rents, feu duty, together with various parish tax assessments including amounts for poor relief, rogue tax, police assessment, prisons assessment, turnpike road...
Dates: 1819-1868

Printed document relating to debts owed to Lady Ramernie, 1695

Identifier: Coll-1383/1/11
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Plea from Mr Harie Morison, advocat, to the Lords of Council and Session, seeking discharge of former debts owed to deceased Lady Ramernie. Morison presents evidence of having settled debts to her executors.

Dates: 1695

State of the Duke of Argyll's private affairs, 1705

Identifier: Coll-1383/1/12
Scope and Contents Notes on the private affairs of the Duke of Argyll, 1705 (Archibald Campbell, 1658 - 1703) Earl of Bute attempts to establish a regality, 1704. Debts of Laird of Glengarry Value of land on Mull at Broloss - £1000 Scots yearly Relating to a -considerable debt due to the Dean of Guilds Relating to tacksmen of Mull and debt from November...
Dates: 1705

Story about the effect of typhus and debt on the Campbell and Macintire families on Lismore, August 1883

Identifier: Coll-97/CW120/50
Scope and Contents Story collected from Christina Campbell or Macintyre about the family tragedy in 1864 when her brother Dugald and husband Duncan, both of Tirefour, Lismore [Lios Mòr], died of typhus within three weeks of each other. Christina states which members of the family caught typhus, which ones pulled through and which ones died. She also describes how weakened she was by the fever, only able to crawl around her house; the livestock and crops they had, which appear to have been taken away as a...
Dates: August 1883