3 miscellaneous ledgers from the offices of Chalmers, Advocates, Aberdeen. The first volume contains the Trust Accounts of Mr James Davidson, bank agent, Inverurie, 1880 - 1896; the second contains Interim Factory Accounts for the Estate of Avochie, belonging to Patrick Henderson Chalmers Esq., 1883 - 1889; and the third is a cash ledger for Gordon's College, Aberdeen, containing statements of miscellaneous accounts (including social meetings, Junior Dance, Sunday School Union, and several Executors accounts), c 1932 - c 1937.
Records of Messrs Chalmers, Advocates
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- Dates of Creation1880 - 1937
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- Language of MaterialEnglish.
- Physical Description3 volumes No physical characteristics affecting use of collection
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Gifted to the University in Jul 1987, by K. A. B. Mackinnon, Faculty of Law, University of Aberdeen
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