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Papers of Neil Jamieson, 1757-1789

Author: Neil Jamieson
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Microfilm : English
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Chiefly business correspondence (1760-1776) relating to Jamieson's role as a resident partner of the firm Glassford, Gordon, Monteath & Co., of Glasgow, Scotland, and to various mercantile enterprises in North America and the West Indies, especially Antigua. Acting in behalf of John Glassford and James Gordon's commercial interests which included Jamieson, Campbell, Calvert & Co. distillery in Virginia, Jamieson
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Named Person: William Aisquith; William Aylett; William Balmain; Alexander Blair; Carter Braxton; Neill Buchanan; John Campbell; Robert Christie; Alexander Cunningham; Robert Donald; James Dunlop; John Murray Dunmore, Earl of; Mathias Ellegood; Adam Fleming; James Gibson; Robert Gilchrist; John Glassford; James Gordon; Alexander Henderson; Joseph Hewes; Thomas Irving; Andrew Leitch; Thomas Lilly; James Lyle; Alexander McCaul; John Mitchell; Thomas Montgomerie; Arthur Morson; Robert Purviance; Samuel Purviance; Richard Redwar; Henry Riddell; Hector Ross; Daniel Sanford; John Taylor; James Warden; John Wood
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Neil Jamieson
OCLC Number: 71061237
Reproduction Notes: Microfilm produced from originals in the Manuscript Division. Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1979.
Description: 23 volumes (2000 items). 8 containers plus 2 oversize. 8 microfilm reels.

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Chiefly business correspondence (1760-1776) relating to Jamieson's role as a resident partner of the firm Glassford, Gordon, Monteath & Co., of Glasgow, Scotland, and to various mercantile enterprises in North America and the West Indies, especially Antigua. Acting in behalf of John Glassford and James Gordon's commercial interests which included Jamieson, Campbell, Calvert & Co. distillery in Virginia, Jamieson was also involved in several aspects of Chesapeake business life, particularly in the trade of tobacco and lumber. Papers (1776-1783) concern Jamieson's shipping activities in behalf of the British armed forces in America after his flight to New York with John Murray Dunmore, colonial governor of Virginia. Includes business report (1786) of the Glasgow firm prepared for the Loyalist Claims Commissioners in Halifax and some correspondence of George Wythe, Robert Carter Nicholas, and James Glassford, Jamieson's business associates.

Correspondents include William Aisquith, William Aylett, William Balmain, Alexander Blair, Carter Braxton, Neill Buchanan, John Campbell, Robert Christie, Alexander Cuninghame, Robert Donald, James Dunlop, Mathias Ellegood, Adam Fleming, James Gibson, Robert Gilchrist, James Gordon, Alexander Henderson, Joseph Hewes, Thomas Irving, Andrew Leitch, Thomas Lilly, James Lyle, Alexander McCaul, John Mitchell, Thomas Montgomerie, Arthur Morson, Robert Purviance, Samuel Purviance, Richard Redwar, Henry Riddell, Hector Ross, Daniel Sanford, John Taylor, Jr., James Warden, John Wood, and the firms Bogle and Scott, Ferguson, Murdock & Co., Mayne & Co., Robert Herris & Co., Alexander Houstoun & Co., Robertson, Jamieson & Co., William Robertson & Co., Henry Tucker & Son, and Jesson Welsh & Co.

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