Found in 139 Collections and/or Records:
This item includes details of publishing income, 1914-45.
The account for 1842 to 1849 runs from the front of the book, and is continued from the back.
Entries divided between prizes, stationery and library.
Mostly for the supply and repair of kitchen equipment. Receipted annually by Charles Pryor. Note at front: 'To be sent to the Bursar on the first day of [every month] February, June and November/ | January 1948'.
These documents take the form of rolls unless otherwise stated. Although the records are chiefly of Cambridge, rentals for Barnwell, Landbeach, Barton, Wilbraham Parva, Chatteris and Over are also to found. Later rentals also include records of annuities.
No. 33 is a terrier of Cambridge East Field and 38 relates to Barton so these are not listed in this series.
No. 64, which was out of sequence, has been re-numbered 73.1.
Account of Sir George Downing Bart. with William Downing Esq., to Xmas. 1703 No. 1, 1700-10 - 1703-12
Account runs from Oct. 1700 to 1703. And New Account.
Account of Sir George Downing with William Downing Esq., from Xmas 1703 to Aug. 1705. No. 2, 1703-12 - 1705-08-11
Accounts / invoices, receipts and other financial records for the 'day to day' business of running the estates; generally relating to individual people or single transactions of business. Does not include the formal estates accounts. Includes also accounts of Sir George Downing [Second] with his brother William.
Running accounts in Norgate's hand for the building of the chapel.
Rentals, receipts from court fees and fines, and, less often, expenditure.. Twelve notebooks bound together.
Relevant sections receipted by his successor Thomas Browne
Financial accounts from Eric Milner-White's time as a student at Cuddesdon Theological College, Oxfordshire, with later notes on churches.
Items 63-67 in GCPP Davies 13/2/1. From John Bale & Sons, Steam Printers to Miss F Kensington, Committee for Promoting the Admission of Women to Cambridge Degrees. Printed.
Note at front as in 105.
Variously receipted by Thomas Tomson, Edward Cotton Tomson, A. E. Tomson, G. Barron, F. Tomson and O. Tomson.
Two notes from the bursar tipped in at end requesting work to be done, dated 8 and 9 Nov. 1901.
Many blank pages at end,