Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
These are chiefly the financial and production records of the printing operation.
This series comprises the minute books of the club since its origins in 1880 until 1970, as well as some accounts/financial records in volumes and/or loose notes.
Correspondence and papers about Lloyd's personal business interests and those of the government.
Civil List accounts, including Customs and Excise, Navy and miscellaneous accounts, 27 December 1706 - 10 January 1798. On labels inside the covers of MSS.Add.5219-5223: 'From the Treasury Chambers Whitehall. Removed to the Public Record Office (W.L[ascelles])'.
'Quarterly establishment books of the customs, London, out-ports, etc.', recording the names and salaries of customs officers, arranged geographically. A number of the volumes have labels on the inside cover recording that they were held originally in the Customs House, Lower Thames Street, London. Some of the volumes have indexes
The collection includes manuscripts of several of Ricardo's works, correspondence between Ricardo and James Mill, letters to Thomas Malthus ans letters to Ricardo's brother in law, J.H. Wilkinson. Also included is correspondence and papers from the twentieth-century concerning the Ricardo Papers.
The files relate to research projects; students; Faculty relations; contacts with other similar bodies; outside funding sources.
The Macclesfield Collection principally comprises the archives of John Collins (1625-1683) and William Jones (1675-1749). As well as being mathematicians in their own right, both men corresponded with leading scientific figures of their day and so the collection includes autograph material by Isaac Newton, Edmond Halley, Henry Briggs, Roger Cotes, Henry Oldenburg and Robert Hooke.
The majority of material in this section comprise the ledgers, account books and working papers compiled by Sir Winston Churchill's accountants, Wood, Willey & Co while working on his financial affairs.
All letters are addressed to C.J. Clay, University printer, unless otherwise stated.
Sarah has re-numbered Pr.B.13.1-337. Still to do Pr.B.13.A-G.
Letters of attorney for Simon Grene [Green] to recover from the executors 8 marks left to the college by Thomas Brydde [Bird], late Rector of Great Munden [Herts]., 1476-11-16
For many masters there are no records beyond those in which he, along with the scholars or fellows, represents the college as a corporation, but all are listed here for reference. Some stray documents, are also entered under the relevant Mastership.
The category - Assets records - comprises records relating to property and personnel. Accounting material is in this category, alongside records of endowments, charitable trusts, buildings and employees.
Comprises accounts for the Press Partnership, agents, wages, tradesmen, rates, etc. Not all the different accounts are entered for the entire date-range of the volume. The volume is mostly blank.
Contents of Bagnold's 'Personal File'.
This file contains: a family tree tracing the Bagnold family back to the seventeenth century, list of birthdays of family members, list of publications from July 1927 to June 1939, record of 'insurances', letter from Lloyd's Bank, 1 November 1935, listing Bagnold's bankers orders and Bagnold's list thereof, short list of 'Books lent', annual records of 'Important happenings' covering 1933 - August 1939, and record of investments 1917-35.
Estate records and all College administrative records created by the Bursarial function or office.
Judgements in cases in Lahore and Amritsar.
Estimates for vessels in harbour and for building and repair work on ships of war.
The first $100 Bond of the US Third War Loan, handed to Churchill at the White House by Henry Morgenthau Jr, Secretary of the US Treasury, Sept 1943, and made out to Mrs Churchill's Russian Relief fund as a co-owner. With accompanying letter of provenance signed by Churchill, 22 October 1943.