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Heritable Bond of Charles Shaw of Dalquhairn in respect of £360 owed to John Livingston, writer in Edinburgh, with lands of Dalquhairn as security
Instrument of Sasine of Charles Shaw, Dalquhairn in favour of John Livingstone, writer of Edinburgh, in respect of the lands of Dalquhairn.
Court of Session Summons of James Shaw in respect of a case pursued by William Govan, glazier, Edinburgh against Alexander Shaw, surgeon, Dalquhairn and John Ward, glazier, Falkirk for non-payment of a debt.
Discharge by Helen [Nelly] Shaw in respect of a stipend which had been assigned to her by the Rev William Hay of Slamannan and paid by James Shaw of Dalquhairn
Discharges by John Grey, minister of Slamannan, in respect of a stipend due from James Shaw of Dalquhairn (2 items)
Receipt for Stent paid by James Shaw of Dalquhairn to William Russel, Collector of the Stent for Slamannan Parish, in respect of the lands of Dalquhairn
Receipted account for payment due by James Shaw to James Grindlay, in respect of money owed for various goods including a copper kettle, a girnnell, a gun and a chimney
Receipted account for payment due from Alexander Shaw, surgeon in Dalquhairn to Gilb[er]t Laurie, Druggist, Edin[bu]r[gh], in respect of goods supplied
Receipt issued to James Shaw, Dalquhairn in respect of window tax
Receipt issued to James Shaw of Dalquhairn, in respect of part payment of a bill to Henry Ure & Co, Glasgow
Notice of the creditors of the deceased Alexander Shaw, surgeon, Dalquhairn in which they appoint James Shaw junior of Dalquhairn and John Young, farmer on Summerhouse to draw in the debts.
Specifications for extra masonry, plaster and wright work by Ja[mes] Walker at William Wardrop’s house for Charles Shaw of Dalquhairn
Receipts issued by Sam Seggie, [Heritor’s Clerk], Slamannan and Rev James Robertson, Slamannan to Charles Shaw in respect of the stipend due for the lands of Dalquhairn (2 items)
Receipt issued by James Walker to Mrs Shaw at Dewheran [Dalquhairn] in respect of wine and sugar
Letter from William Cullen to the Laird of Dalquhairn, offering to assign land as security for repayment.
Letter from John Wardrop, Falkirk to [his brother in law] Alexander Shaw, advising that his [Alexander’s brother] James who said he would be sending him a Heritable Bond for on the Land of Dalquhairn and would also send to him a Disposition for the Mill as soon as the purchase price is received, also mentioning about debts owed to Alexander, and also that Alexander’s nephew James is marrying the daughter of a man from New Monklands, also general news of friends and family
Letter from Ja[mes] Shaw, Dalquhairn to his brother [Alexander Shaw] advising of his son James’s purchase of the Mill and of the money owed to James Black in respect of this.
Letter from Ann Wardrop to her brother Alexander Shaw, surgeon HM Windsor, advising that James Shaw’s name and not his [Alexander's] was put on the Disposition for the Mill even although Alexander had provided the money for it. Advising that he contact James immediately about this; also endorsed Letter from Thomas Heugh, who verified what Ann Wardrop had said and advised that he get a heritable bond for the money he had sent already.
News Cutting from The Scotsman, containing letter giving a detailed description of Dalwhairn Castle [Dalquhairn House]