Business letters: Lintin, 1823-1853
Scope and Contents
The correspondents include William Adam (of the 'Swallow'); William Allen (Captain of the 'Ann'); Bartolomeu Barretto; Thomas Brown (Captain of the 'Duke of Roxburgh'); Burjorjee Maneckjee (Burjorjee Manackjee); Captain James Burnett; C. Bury; Captain George Cheveley; William Clifton (Captain of the 'Red Rover'); George Ward Cole; Thomas Collingwood; Richard Henry Cox (of H.C.S. 'Duchess of Atholl'); Dhunjeebhoy Muncherjee; J.K. Durant (of the 'Eugenia'); James Bridges Endicott (uncle of Henry C. Endicott); Henry Fraser (Captain of the 'Good Success'); Thomas Hamilton (Captain of the 'Madeline'); Furdoonjee Hormasjee; T. Geoffroy; T.A .Gibb; William F. Gilmore (Jardine, Matheson & Co.); Golamo Mamodi Cootcoodine (ship's Nacodá, 'Duke of Beja'); Samuel Goodhue (Captain of the 'Talbot'); George James Gordon; John Gover (Captain of the 'Samarang'); Alexander Grant (Captain of the 'Jamesina', 'Lord Lowther', 'Castle Huntly' and 'Hercules'); F.J. Harms (Captain of the 'Charlotta'); Augustine Heard & Co.; Andrew Henderson (of the 'Forbes' and 'Water Witch'); John Hine (Captain of the 'Earl of Balcarres'); Karl (Carl/Charles) von Hügel; James Innes; Thomas J. Jackson (of H.C.S. 'Hannah'); William Jardine; James Kellaway (of the 'Bombay'); George Kennedy (of the 'Governor Findlay' and 'Fairy'); William Jeffrey (of the 'Lady Grant'); G. Jellicoe (Captain of the 'Duke de Beja'); J.T. Lancaster (of the 'Agnes'); Thomas Larkins (Captain of H.C.S. 'Marquis of Camden'); Thomas Leach (H.C.S. 'Marquis of Huntly'); Robert L. Leckie (of the 'Ann'); Robert Lungley; William Mackay (Captain of the 'John Biggar' and 'Fairy'); Charles Malcolm; Richard Markwick; (Nicholas) James Sutherland Matheson (also 'Santiago Thomasen', pseudonym); John Ambrose Mercer (purser on the 'Inglis'); John Mills (supercargo, Swedish ship 'Governor Sterling'; at Liverpool in 1835); A. Mitchell; Askin Morrison; Henry Murphy (of the 'Forth'); T. Musson (Captain of the 'Conch'); Alexander Nairne; George Parkyns (of the 'Merope' and Chediston Hall, Suffolk); Edward Parry (Captain of the 'Hercules'); A. Paterson (of the 'Sir F. McNaughton', 'Isabella', 'Austen' and 'Spy'); James Pearson (of the 'Lady of the Lake'); J.W. Phillips (of the 'Valetta' and 'Brightman'); John Rees (Captain of the 'Dansborg', 'Kronberg', 'Colonel Young', 'Austin' and 'Lady Hayes'); Thomas Remmond (Captain of the 'Rome'); John Robertson (Captain of the 'Stornaway' and 'Cairngorm'); George R. Russell (of Russell Sturgis & Co., and the 'Pascoa'); Charles Shea (of the H.C.S. 'Buckinghamshire'); John Shillaber; James Shirreff; Jayme Simo (of the 'Virginia'); Aaron Smith; Sorabjee Rustomjee; M. Thibaud (Captain of the 'Trident'); John A. Tween (Captain H.C.S. 'Sir David Scott'); J.G. Ullman (of Magniac & Co.); C.F. Weber (Balguerie & Co., Bordeaux); John Whyte (Captain of the 'John Bannerman'); Peter Wildridge (of the 'Runnymede'); and David Wilson (of the 'Hercules').
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