CASH

[ Durham University: University College and Bishop Hatfield's Hall. ] Manuscript double-entry account book (on spine labels: 'CASH BOOK | No. 3' and 'UNIV. COLL. | DUNELM'), covering a ten-year period (1919-1929).

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Durham University [ University College and Bishop Hatfield's Hall ]
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Durham University [ University College and Bishop Hatfield's Hall. ] Entries dating from July 1919 to July 1929. Volume contains manuscript memorandum dated 'Council 13. 2. 17 [i.e. 13 February 1917]'.
£950.00

346pp, 4to. In a number of hands, in a substantial ledger, ruled in red, in a black leather half-binding, with labels on the spine stamped in gilt: 'CASH BOOK | No. 3' and 'UNIV. COLL. | DUNELM'. Marble endpapers. Internally in good condition, lightly aged, in worn and lightly stained binding. The entries are arranged over 173 numbered openings, with the debits on the versos of leaves and the credits on the facing rectos. The itemised entries cast interesting light on the day-to-day running of the university.

[Mason Pottery [later Mason, Cash & Co. Ltd], Church Gresley, Derbyshire.] Informations and Complaints of Joseph Walker Bourne, proprietor of the pottery, against an apprentice and a 'handler', signed by Sir Oswald Mosley, his son, Bourne and others.

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Joseph Walker Bourne (1800-1840), potter, proprietor of the Mason Pottery [Mason, Cash & Co.], Church Gresley, Derbyshire; Sir Oswald Mosley (1785-1871), 2nd Baronet [Thomas Mellor; John Sherratt]
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County of Derby [Derbyshire]. 27 October and 1 November 1830.
£120.00

2pp., 8vo. In fair condition, on lightly aged and worn paper, with slight damage to one corner. At the head of the first page is a printed form (manuscript additions in square brackets): 'County of [Derby.] The Information and Complaint of [Joseph Walker Bourne] of [Church Gresley] in the said County [Potter] taken upon Oath before [me one] of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the said County, the [27th] day of [October] 18[30]'. Written out by the magistrate Sir Oswald Mosley, 2nd Baronet (1785-1871), and signed by him ('Oswald Mosley'), his son 'Oswd Mosley Junr' (1804-1856), 'Joseph.

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