Found in 130 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Printed Cabinet papers on various subjects including: postage to the United States; foot and mouth disease; prevention of crime and the contempt of court bill; predictions by [David Lloyd George] the Chancellor of the Exchequer on the financial situation in 1909 and the Budget; financial statements including predictions for funding requirements for unemployment insurance; the Eucharist procession; and cable rates.
Official: Treasury: correspondence and memoranda on betting tax evasion and yield., 11 Dec 1927 - 30 Jan 1928
Correspondents include: 2nd Lord Hamilton of Dalzell [Jockey Club Steward] (4); Sir Francis Floud [Chairman, Board of Customs and Excise] (2); Charles Hardisty [HM Customs and Excise]; Francis Weatherby, Secretary to the Jockey Club.Subjects covered by the file include: the yield if the tax had been levied differently; the level of evasion; clubs not paying betting duty.
Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the Betting Overseas (Prohibition) Bill., 19 Jan 1928 - 20 Jul 1928
Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax and dishonest bookmakers., 25 May 1927 - 09 Nov 1927
Thomas Hobson (?1544-1630), carrier, by codicil to his will, 1 January 1630, left money for the maintenance of a house of correction and workhouse. The University portion of the former, known as the Spinning House, on St Andrew's Street, was used as a prison for prostitutes apprehended by the Proctors until 1894.
Subjects include: retaining two RAF corporals in service; duty on imported silk goods; India, the League [of Nations] and disarmament; an anti-car theft device.