Jardine, Sir Robert William Buchanan, 1868-1927 (2nd Baronet)
Sir Robert William Buchanan-Jardine was a Director of Jardine, Matheson & Co. Ltd, 1906-1927. He was the son of Sir Robert Jardine (1825-1905) of Jardine, Matheson & Co. and Matheson & Co.
Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
A copy of a supplementary agreement of Sir Robert William Buchanan Jardine of Castlemilk, Baronet, and others, whereby Henry Keswick M.P. of London, James Johnstone Keswick of Mabie, Dumfries, and John Matheson Macdonald of London relinquish and renounce all claim to certain assets and liabilities of Matheson & Co. into Sir Robert's hands. The document includes a schedule of the assets.
Correspondence between Matheson & Co. Ltd and G.L. Allardyce, J.C. & A. Steuart, W.S., Edinburgh, regarding the Far East estate of Sir R.W.B. Jardine and Sir J.W.B. Jardine, with related letters and papers.
Correspondence of Matheson & Co. Ltd regarding Sir R.W.B. Jardine's properties in China, Hong Kong and Japan, with related letters and papers.
Typescript copies of letters regarding a wide range of business interests in China, Japan, Russia and elsewhere, 1887-1939 (mostly 1903-1911). The correspondents are John Bell-Irving, C.W. Dickson, W.J. Gresson, Sir R.W.B. Jardine, Henry Keswick, J.J. Keswick, David Landale, William Keswick, John Macgregor and C.H. Ross. There is no indication of when the folder was compiled. It is labelled on the front cover 'No 23. Extracts of interest from S/o Correspondence &c'.
A copy of heads of agreement between Sir Robert William Buchanan Jardine of Castlemilk, Baronet, and William Keswick M.P. and John Matheson Macdonald, both of London, all of Matheson & Co., 7 June 1907, including schedules of the company's balance sheet, current accounts and assets. The copy is dated 1913 on the front.
Copies of leases and agreements for property in the Far East belonging to Sir Robert William Buchanan Jardine, Baronet, with some related correspondence, plans and accounts.
Correspondence (including some telegrams) of Directors of Matheson & Co. Ltd, with some related letters and papers. The main correspondents are D.G.M. Bernard, Henry Keswick, Sir R.W.B. Jardine, William Keswick, David Landale and L.N. Leefe. The correspondence is comprised of originals and copies of letters to the firm and copies of letters from the Directors.