Includes: Tacks of land of Grange, between Thomas Kerr, Grange, and Thomas Smith , Murroes, 1875; between trustees of David Anderson, Grange, and David Smith, Murroes, 1898; and between Thomas Anderson, Co, Kildare, and David [Smith Swan], . List of contractors' estimates for the construction of a granary at Milton Mill, Monifieth. 1879. Specifications and schedules for repairs and alterations to Milton Mill, Monifieth, 1880; to farm steading, Grange, 1894; to cottage and bothy, Grange 1899; and to dwelling house and farm buildings, Milton, Monifieth. 1901. Details of expenditure on Milton Mill, Monifieth. 1901.
Specifications and other papers relating to work on lodge, gateway and garden walls, to formation of new approach road, and to building of new granary at Milton of Monifieth. 1879-1880. Includes inventory of machinery and furnishings for mill at Milton of Monifieth. 1887. [See also MS 17P/302-3]. .
The Newport Railway Act, 1867. [Printed copy] Bills and other Parliamentary papers relating to the Newport Railway, 1867-1873, The North British Railway, 1877-1878, The Caledonian Railway, 1878. Includes petitions by Dundee Harbour Trustees and by Perth Town Council, relating to the North British Railway Bill. 1888. Also includes: The Scottish Central Railway (stations) Act. 1864. "The Fifth Schedule", part of an agreement between North British Railway Company and Newport Railway Company. 1888.
(1-54) Title deeds, legal papers and correspondence. 1846-1902. Mainly relates to acquisition of land and property in Dundee and Perth by the North British Railway Co, but includes conveyance of land in Dundee by Dundee Town council to the Caledonian Railway Co, 1868 and papers relating to land behind Cupar Jail, 1846-1892. Also includes: (22) Plans  showing ground between Foundry Lane and East Dock Street, Dundee, property of the Joint Committee of the Caledonian and North British Railway Co, for the purpose of constructing new railway sidings. ["39"]. Surveyor: unknown. Scale approx. 1 in. to 40 ft. [1:480] 74 x 49 cm. Scale approx. 1 in. to 40 ft. [1:480] 76 x 55 cm.
(1-7) Precognition of Henry Able Noble and David Young, salmon fisher, proof of William [Oran], boilermaker, Henry Able Noble, Captain Pryde, John Wilson, Captain Charles Wright, relating to Tay Bridge Enquiry. 1880. (8,9) Petitions by the Provost, Magistrates and Town Council of Cupar and Brechin in favour of the Tay Bridge Bill. 1881. (10) Removal of the old Tay Bridge. Evidence before select committee of the House of Commons. 1885. (11) Letters concerning the "New Tay Bridge Viaduct". Correspondents are William MacLeish, G. Neiland, Thomas Thornton, 25 February, 1881. (12) Tay Bridge Railways. Canvas Book. 1869. (13) North British Railway Company (Additional Works and Powers) Act. 1877. (14) Precognition of David Cunningham, Civil Engineer and Charles Yule, Dundee Harbour Master, together with briefs for Dundee Harbour Trustee, relating to the North British Railways Bill. 1888. (15) Unidentified extract of a private bill (Waterworks). 1881. (16) Unsigned letter to Town Clerk's Office, Dundee. 16 November, 1881. (17) 'The Tay Bridge Bill'; article on committee stage of the bill in the Dundee Advertiser. 3 May, 1881.
Minutes 1942-1951; cash books 1905-1962; register of visitors 1940-1962; legal papers and miscellaneous correspondence 1892-1950; reports of architects with related correspondence concerning the state of repair of Newtyle Church, manse outbuildings 1926-1927; miscellaneous legal papers relating to repairs, gifts and bequests, investments and valuation of property 1909-1926; statements of Account from the National Bank of Scotland to the Bannatyne Home of Rest 1949-1956.
MS 17/1 Newport Railway Company: miscellaneous papers 1862-1891; MS 17/2 North British Railway Company: miscellaneous papers 1846-1902; MS 17/3 Dundee and Arbroath Joint Railway; Kirkcaldy District Railways: miscellaneous papers 1851-1903; MS 17/4 Grange estate, Monifieth, Kerr and Anderson families legal and estate papers 1821-1901; MS 17/5 Morphie Estate, Kincardineshire, Grahame family: legal and estate papers 1854-1891; MS 17/6 Thornton Castle, Laurencekirk: inventories and plans 1931; MS 17/7 Miscellaneous title deeds, chartularies and legal 1518-1877; MS 17/8 Records and papers of the Bannatyne Home of Rest, Newtyle 1892-1962; MS 17/9 Miscellaneous papers and correspondence of James Dalyell, with some papers and correspondence of John James Dalyell 1814-1883; MS 17/10 Correspondence and papers of John James Dalyell, with some of James Dalyell and Mrs Marie-Anne Dalyell 1839-1897; MS 17/11 Miscellaneous papers with no common factor 1847-1916; MS 17/12 Miscellaneous legal papers 1836-1912; MS 17/13 Miscellaneous loose papers originally with maps and plans 1843-1918; MS 17/14 Unidentified ledger of household accounts 1938-1957; MS 17P Maps and Plans
Inventories and valuations of furniture etc., in Thornton Castle, Laurencekirk belonging to Mrs Thornton and Miss Scott and 13 plans of buildings belonging to the Thornton Estate surveyed by Northern Assurance Co Ltd. Thornton Castle, near Laurencekirk in the parish of Marykirk, Kincardineshire is known to date back to at least 1531. It was an ancient seat of the Strachan family. The property was acquired by Alexander Crombie, an advocate and land agent, in 1804, was considerably refurbished in the following years, and was later owned by Sir Thomas Thornton.
Papers, correspondence and accounts relating to drainage of land on the Morphie estate 1854-1884, with states of rents payable by the tenants of Morphie and Stone of Morphie 1876-1883; reports and specifications, offers and other correspondence relating to construction of Morphie Hill Road,1873-1878; inventory of leases and policies of insurance belonging to Baron Grahame 1877; valuations and copies of surveyors' reports re. Morphie Dam Dyke, 1879-1881, and to buildings at Stone of Morphie and Mill of Morphie, 1882; statements of offers for lands and property, draft leases and other legal correspondence relating to Morphie estate 1880-1889; accounts of the trustees of Baron Grahame with Thomas Thornton Son & Co, Dundee 1881-1885; accounts and receipts of James Barclay Grahame as curator bonis to Baron Francis Barclay Grahame 1890-1891.
Maps and plan, mainly of Dundee, Angus, Perthshire; subjects include property, railways, water supplies, harbours, River Tay, roads, estates, Ordnance Survey c.1771-1940. These plans were kept on behalf of their clients by Thomas Thornton, Son & Co in the course of their practice as solicitors.
Title deeds, legal papers and correspondence mainly re. acquisition of land and property in Dundee and Perth 1846-1902; Tay Bridge Enquiry and Bill 1869-1888; the Springfield Accident 1885; legal actions 1888-1895; Amalgamation Bill 1890; the acceleration of mails between Dundee and England 1890-1892; the Dundee Extension and Improvement Act 1892.
Legal papers, mainly relating to dispute between John Berry, Tayfield, and the Newport Railway Company 1862-1874; Minutes of meetings of directors and shareholders 1866-1876; The Newport Railway Act 1867, bills and other Parliamentary papers relating to the Newport Railway, 1867-1873, The North British Railway, 1877-1878, The Caledonian Railway, 1878; papers relating to shareholders' meetings 1872-1877; correspondence relating to the purchase of land and legal papers 1873-1891; directors reports 1874-1876; statement of accounts 1874-1875; correspondence with the Board of Trade 1877.
The Dundee and Arbroath Railway (Dundee Station) Act 1851, despatch book 1891-1893 and Inventory of 1903; draft precognitions and other legal papers relating to the Kirkcaldy and District Railways Bill 1891.
Dundee and Arbroath Railway; Kirkcaldy District Railways
Mainly covers the months of November and December 1847, but extends to March 1848. Entries show the youth's fastidious attitudes to the city of Edinburgh and its inhabitants, his prospective career at law, Scottish Protestantism et al. [21pp]
Extract registered disposition by James Ivory, watchmaker in Dundee in favour of David Wise, merchant there, of the back tenement on north side of the High Street. 3 February 1783. Registered 15 May 1784.
On the Slopes of the Sidlaws' booklet, by D.P. Thomson: a short religious history of the region, 1953. [32pp.] (Chapter V describes the work of George Bannatyne and the origin of the Bannatyne Club). Includes historical note on the use of Bannatyne House as a home of rest. n.d. [1p]
(i) Letter from John Kidd, valuator, to J.H. Martin Esq., reporting on the valuation of Sir Charles' [Cayzer] villa as £410 and advising the Directors of the Home to purchase. 1909. (ii) Plan of Newtyle Estate. Ground at Bannatyne showing proposed wall. No scale. [Coloured]. 1909.