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Minute of meeting.

Also includes documents relating to the purchase of the firm from the brothers Cox and articles of association. c.1893-1898

Sidlaw Industries Ltd

Miscellaneous legal and business papers with no common factor.

Includes: (1)-(7) Balance sheets, notices relating to the winding up of the Camperdown Trading and Pressing Co. Ltd., Dundee, in liquidation since 1882. 1883-1887. (8)-(25) Correspondence leases and sketch plans and miscellaneous papers relating to property leased by Cox Bros. Ltd. in Aldermanbury and Lawrence Lane, London, Kidderminster and Manchester. 1898-1915. (26)-(27) Mr James Cox [of Cardean] Trust: Land Values Return for land at Harefield Road, Dundee 1910; minute of trustees relating to the creation of a monument fund. 1916. (28)-(31) Agreement between Wheatley, Kirk, Price & Co., Newcastle and Cox Brothers Ltd. as to valuations of Camperdown Jute Works, with valuation and related correspondence. 1915. (32) Copy letter, 27 February 1906, J. & E. Shepherd, Property agents, Dundee to George Stewart, Glasgow. Offer to let office at Meadow Place Buildings to Skerry's College. (33) National Insurance Act, 1911, Exemption book in the name of John B. Irons. 1912. (34) Notes of properties belonging to Cox Brothers Ltd. Concerns feu duties. 1913. (35)-(36) Letters from Electricity Supply Department concerning alterations to span wire system at Meadowside. 1915. (37) Business Account: Cox Brothers Ltd. to David & Syme, W.S. 1927.

Sidlaw Industries Ltd

(1) Letter, 8 July, 1891, Edward Cox, Dundee, to Father Van de Rydt. Accompanies cheque for £100 which was a subscription from Cox Brothers towards the liquidation of the debt of St Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Lochee. [Photocopy]. [1p] (2) Letter, 20...

(1) Letter, 8 July, 1891, Edward Cox, Dundee, to Father Van de Rydt. Accompanies cheque for £100 which was a subscription from Cox Brothers towards the liquidation of the debt of St Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Lochee. [Photocopy]. [1p] (2) Letter, 20 August, 1891, Edward Cox, Dundee, to Father Van de Rydt. Gives thanks to Van de Rydt's "people" for the gift of a walking cane. "There has always been...a warm corner in my heart for the Irish people of Lochee". [Photocopy]. [1p]

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