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Shiell and Small, Solicitors

  • MS 105
  • Collection
  • 1743-1982
MS 105/I Shiell and Small, Solicitors, Dundee MS 105/II Dundee and Newtyle Railway Company MS 105/III Dundee and Perth and Aberdeen Railway Junction Company MS 105/IV Caledonian Railway Company MS 105/V Callender and Oban Railway Company MS 105/VI North British Railway Company MS 105/VII Dundee and Arbroath Railway Company MS 105/VIII Scottish Central Railway Company MS 105/IX Miscellaneous Railway Companies MS 105/X Miscellaneous Clients MS 105/XI Baxter Park Trustees MS 105/XII William Arklay Timber Merchant, Caledonia Saw Mills MS 105/XIII Dundee Corn Exchange and Public Hall Association Ltd MS 105/XIV Dundee Garden City Association Ltd MS 105/XV Eastern Bank of Scotland MS 105/XVI Lands of Henry Burra Esquire in Glenbucket [Glenbuchat] and Strathdon MS 105/XVII Standard Life Assurance Company MS 105/XVIII James Small, Civil [and Electrical] Engineer, London MS 105/XIX Insurance Company of Scotland MS 105/XX Executries and Trusts MS 105/XXI Kelly Castle MS 105/22 Papers mainly relating to the James Duncan of Jordanstone bequest and the proposals to use this to set up an Art College as part of Dundee Technical College and School of Art under the Educational Endowments (Scotland) Act MS 105/P Maps and Plans

Shiell and Small

Second Edition Ordnance Survey plan of part of Kincardineshire, showing SAUCHIEBURN and many small villages and farms; PITGARVIE, HILLSIDE OF ESLIE, and areas of woodland;...

Second Edition Ordnance Survey plan of part of Kincardineshire, showing SAUCHIEBURN and many small villages and farms; PITGARVIE, HILLSIDE OF ESLIE, and areas of woodland; Lady Jane's Plantation, Little Thornton Wood, and Pitgarvie Wood etc. Kincardineshire [new series] sheet XXVI. N.E.

Surveyed: in 1863, revised 1901

Publisher: Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton

Scale: 6 Inches to 1 Statute Mile or 1 Inch to 880 Feet

Ordnance Survey plan showing ARBROATH, CARNOUSTIE, MONIFIETH, BROUGHTY FERRY, NEWPORT [Angus], TAYPORT, ST.ANDREWS [Fife], and part of DUNDEE [Angus]. Shown also; surrounding villages, farmland, Bell Rock and part of Tay. Arbroath sheet 49, Black Out

Surveyed: in 1857-59, revised in 1904-5. Railways inserted in 1910, minor corrections 1910.

Publisher: Col. Sir Henry James in 1865, and Col. R.C. Hellard in 1907 at the Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton.

Scale: 1 Inch to 1 Statute Mile

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