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East Lothian Banking Company Papers

Identifier: EL34 · Date: 1811-1821 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

East Lothian Banking Company, Dunbar, Five Pound Banknote and a large amount of letters addressed to William Borthwick in his position as Cashier

Letter From The Office Of Woods

Identifier: EL137 · Date: 1868 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Letter from the Office of Woods in London regarding salmon fishing in Dunbar

Herring Teinds, Dunbar

Identifier: EL165 · Date: 1838-1845 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Small piece of papers detailing fishing teinds paid to Chamberlain of Dunbar.

John Bruce Letter To East Lothian Bank

Identifier: EL145 · Date: 15 May 1815 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Letter from John Bruce of Earlsferry to East Lothian Bank in Dunbar.

East Lothian Banking Company: Cash Ledger Of [? The East Lothian Banking Co]. Incomplete.

Identifier: DUN/3/5/27 · Date: 11 Sep-22 Nov 1815 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

East Lothian Banking Company: Account Of Charge And Discharge

Identifier: DUN/3/5/28 · Date: 1830-1831 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Stone, Worked

Identifier: 2010.5 · Date: 1599 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Worked stone lintol. This is a worked stone lintol. It has an been carved with "IT …. ID 1599” and what looks like candles drying is carved into it between the two initials. It was sto...

Papers Relating To The Macadam Family And British Malt Products

Identifier: EL236 · Date: 1940s & 1950s · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Collection of papers that relate to the Macadam family of Dunbar. Includes correspondence (mostly with Miss H MacAdam) an accounts and meeting minutes of British Malt Products (BMP)

Telegraph Recieved At Dunbar Station

Identifier: EL219 · Date: Dec 4 1868 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Sent from J & J Milligan Edinburgh to W H Ritchie, Town Clerk, Dunbar. Message reads "Elements. decision is in our favour. we write you by first post"

Bottle

Identifier: 1999.85 · Date: 1910=1934 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Dark brown glass moulded bottle with long neck, slightly bulbous, terminating in applied neck with string course. On the side a label in gold and black print on white paper for FINE OLD SCOTCH WHIS...