John Jackson on "Messmen and Cashbooks
, Supplying the Fleet since 1795." Following Capt.
With the programmes are season tickets, ticket stubs, medals, photographs, contracts, cashbooks
, handbooks, financial statements and other historical artefacts.
The earliest record of his collecting is that of Hart buying specimens from White Watson in 1809: Watson's cashbooks
record a "Tablet of Ironstones and coals" purchased by the Marquis of Hartington for [pounds sterling]6.0.0.
They are investigating an attempt to withdraw cash from a building society using two stolen cashbooks
In Chapter 2 McDonald superbly marshals Bennett's own clear-eyed assessments in his books on authorship, his journals, autobiographies, and unpublished cashbooks
, to show how brilliantly this 'maverick' fathomed and manipulated the literary market-place and public taste in order to forge a successful and very lucrative career.
The Fire Insurance Company of Philadelphia County's record books, 1832-1841 (1 vol.), contain a ledger and cashbooks
kept by the treasurer, Jacob F.
Holders of standing imprests were also advised to be maintaining Memorandum Cashbooks
which was not in place especially in ward offices.
class="MsoNormalHolders of standing imprests were advised to maintain memorandum cashbooks
, which were not in place especially in ward offices.