Found in 38 Collections and/or Records:
Accounts of weights of cotton, Mar. 1842
Accounts of weights of cotton delivered to the 'Footois Purser'. The accounts may originate from Canton.
Correspondence re cotton, 1952-1968
Copies of correspondence of Matheson & Co. Ltd, Jardine Matheson & Co. Ltd and Jardine Waugh Ltd, and related letters and papers regarding the firms' business activities in relation to cotton.
Correspondence re Cotton & Fibre Department, 1954-1955
Selected semi-official correspondence between Jardine, Matheson & Co. Ltd, Matheson & Co. Ltd and Henry Waugh & Co. Ltd (and its successors) regarding particular subjects, with related letters and papers. Some files are comprised solely of non-correspondence.
Correspondence re cotton textiles, 4 Apr. 1949-12 May 1963
Correspondence re Liverpool Uganda Cotton Agency, 9 June 1958-19 Aug. 1958
Correspondence and telegrams exchanged between Jardine Matheson, Hong Kong, and Matheson & Co. Ltd, London, with related letters and papers, including correspondence between Jardine Matheson, Hong Kong, Smith, Coney & Barrett Ltd, cotton and general produce brokers, Liverpool, and Lane, Crawford Ltd, general merchants, importers and exporters, Hong Kong. The ring-binder is labelled '1958 Private & Confidential Liverpool/Uganda Cotton Agency' and is numbered 69.
Cotton, 1873-07-13 - 1882-07-13
Note; by Charles Robert Darwin; also as coversheet for previous item; on reverse of Sir Francis Darwin draft text of 'Fertilisation' ch 11 p 15 later 729
Cotton account: Shanghai, 30 June 1866
Cotton account: Shanghai, 29 Oct. 1864-1865
A closed cotton account, 29 October 1864, signed by William Keswick, with an open statement for the 1864-1865 account.
Cotton account: Shanghai, 30 June 1865
Signed by William Keswick.
Cotton accounts: London, 23 June 1863-24 June 1863
Accounts for cotton shipped on various vessels. The documents include reference to Edward Whittall; Moncreiff, Grove & Co.; 'Gorilla'; and the 'Palmerston'.
Cotton accounts: Tientsin, 30 Nov. 1865-6 Dec. 1865
Accounts of cotton purchases. The documents include reference to Fergusson & Co.
Draft letters on opium and cotton sales, circa 1845
Fragmentary drafts of letters to merchants in India, possibly from Jardine, Matheson & Co., regarding sales of opium and cotton in China, action taken with inferior opium, and the state of the market, undated [c. 1840s?], possibly originating from Canton or Hong Kong.
Letter from Cheongsoon, 1850-1900
A letter in two parts from Cheongsoon (Ch'ang-shun, Changshun) to Mr Hsiao-jen (Xiaoren) instructing that the cotton yarn and camlet bought from Matheson should be taken to Cheongsoon hong (Ch'ang- shun, Changshun) if a ship can be found for this purpose. The year is not given.
Market reports: Canton and Hong Kong, Jan. 1871-Dec. 1871
Market reports: Canton and Hong Kong, Jan. 1877-Dec. 1877
Market reports and circulars from Canton and Hong Kong, including issues of 'W. Kerfoot Hughes' Market Report'; 'J. P. N. da Silva's Cotton Market Report'; 'Exchange Circular'; 'Freight Circular'; 'Shanghai Price Current and Market Report'; 'Hughes & Legge's Market Report'; and 'Thomas & Mercer's Canton Market Report'. There are also memoranda of ships' cargoes and exports; quotations of silk for Bombay from Canton; and two market reports from Shanghai, January 1877.
Market reports: Canton, Hong Kong and Macao, Jan. 1880-Dec. 1880
Bound and disbound market reports and circulars from Canton, Hong Kong and Macao, including issues of the 'Exchange Circular'; 'Hughes & Legge's Market Report'; 'J. P. N. da Silva's Cotton Market Report'; 'Freight Circular'; and 'Canton Market Report'. There are also quotations of silk for Bombay from Canton, and memoranda of ships' cargoes and exports.
Memorandum on damaged cotton, 17 Nov. 1830
Two copies of a memorandum regarding damage to a shipment of cotton, dated Canton. The documents include reference to Christopher Fearon; William Haylett; Joseph Hollingworth; Kingqua; John Laurence; Roe; and Magniac & Co.
Miscellaneous commercial information, circa 1824-circa 1903
Monthly reports of the Cotton & Fibre Department, 1955-1967
Notes on opium and cotton sales, 1849-1854
Notebooks containing notes on sales of opium and cotton, possibly relating to Canton.
Notice from Hsu Fa-mao, 1850-1920
A notice from Hsu Fa-mao (Xu Famao) to 50 shops inviting them to the Silk and Tea Guild for a hearing of the issue at stake between his shop and Ewo Co. with regard to compensation for substandard cotton yarn. The document is in four parts: title, text, a copy of the guarantee note dated in the 4th month and 16th day, and the 50 shop names. The year is not given.