Whittall, Edward, d 1900 (merchant)
Edward Whittall was a Partner of Jardine, Matheson & Co., 1864-1875.
Found in 41 Collections and/or Records:
A letter from E.Y. Nomuran to Edward Whittall.
The correspondents include Richard Bell Davies; Walter George Dickson M.D.; Joseph Jardine; William Keswick; Henry Davies Margesson; Ohmedbhoy Rahimloola; Adam Scott; [ ] Whittall; and Edward Whittall.
The correspondents include Francis Bulkeley Bulkeley-Johnson (also Francis Bulkeley Johnson, afterwards Bulkeley-Johnson); James Bridges Endicott (uncle of Henry C. Endicott); Thomas Blake Glover; Glover & Co.; William Gowland (Imperial Mint); L. Joseph & Co.;William Keswick; Kenneth Ross Mackenzie; James Martin Jnr (Captain of the 'Stag'); Herbert Smith (partner, Jardine, Matheson & Co.); Nicanor Tejerina; T. Waters (engineer to Imperial Mint); and Edward Whittall.
The correspondents include Ahee; [ ] Jardine; Thomas Lancaster Larken (Jardine, Matheson & Co.); Malcolm Anderson Macleod (junior partner, Jardine, Matheson & Co.); Taishing; and Edward Whittall.
The current account of Edward Whittall with Matheson & Co. regarding tea, dated London.
Press copies of letters from R.A. Houstoun, F.B. Johnson, J.J. Keswick, William Keswick, John Macgregor, Henry Murray, William Paterson, Edward Whittall and James Whittall, Shanghai, to correspondents in China and Japan, including partners and employees of Jardine, Matheson & Co. Many of the letters are from F.B. Johnson.
A small set of press copies of letters from Edward Whittall, Yokohama, to F.B. Johnson, Shanghai, There are also two letters from Whittall to William Keswick, Hong Kong, February 1869.
Press copies of letters from William Keswick, Herbert Magniac and James Whittall, Hong Kong, to correspondents in Japan, prinicipally Herbert Smith and Edward Whittall, Yokohama.
Copies (mostly press copies) of letters from correspondents in China and Japan, and occasionally other places, to R.A. Houstoun, F.B. Johnson, William Keswick, Donald Matheson, Edward Whittall and James Whittall. Most of the letters were sent to Shanghai, but there are also some to Hong Kong. The principal recipients are F.B. Johnson and Edward Whittall.
- Shanghai 1