Receipts for ship expenses charged in the account of William Fraser and the executors of James Farquharson, 1795-1805.
|Gallery location||Not on display|
|Description||A series of bundles labelled ‘Exors. Receipts’, recording ship expenses charged in the account of William Fraser and the executors of his late father-in-law James Farquharson, from 1795 to 1805.
The expenses relate to the East India Company vessels ALFRED (1790), DUKE OF MONTROSE (1784), EARL CORNWALLIS (1783), EARL FITZWILLIAM (1786), LORD CAMDEN (1783), LORD HAWKESBURY (1787), OCEAN (1788), PERSERVERANCE (1801), PRINCE WILLIAM HENRY (1787), and others. See item level records.
|Catalogue section||Records of semi-governmental and non-governmental organisations|
|Credit||National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London|
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