Guildhall Library does not seek to collect copies of records held elsewhere. Where material is particularly relevant to our holdings, we have sometimes accepted photocopies or microfilm copies. (use the “Former catalogue”).547847721656If the collection consists of a single document, it will be given in the following way in this guide: Ms 547; if the collection consists of several documents, it will be given as Ms 21656-. In order to find the entries in our online catalogue, please just enter the first number in a classification search, without a dash, e.g. Ms 21656. If a reference MF is given, please enter the whole reference, e.g. MF 217 in the classification search.
ANCIENT SOCIETY OF COLLEGE YOUTHS, a bell-ringing society, successively of St Martin Vintry, St Bride Fleet Street, and St Martin-in-the-Fields. Microform copies of records held by the society. 1637-1974. L 24. Ms 21656-
BANKS, Sir John, East India merchant, of Leadenhall Street. Microfilm copy of ledger. 1672-84. MF 217 Original now held by Kent County Record Office.
CORSINI, Philip and Bartholomew, Florentine merchants of Gracechurch Street. Photocopies and microfilms of correspondence sold at auction, 1984-88. 1567-1637. L 62.1. Ms 21317- See also Italian mercantile correspondence.
EDWARDS, Edward. Transcript, made ca. 1903 of 'Commons, parks and open spaces near London' 1867- 78, an unpublished manuscript, previously held by Guildhall Library but transferred to Manchester Public Libraries in 1903. Ms 547
FULHAM PAPERS. Microfilm copies of those Fulham Papers relating to missions and chaplaincies in North America and the West Indies, 1626- 1824, are held by the Printed Books Section. The originals of the Fulham Papers, comprising papers of individual bishops of London and certain other records of the Diocese of London, 17th century-1908, are held by Lambeth Palace Library.
HOLY TRINITY ALDGATE/MINORIES. Microfilm copy, made 1953, of the cartulary, compiled c.1426-7. L 16.2. Ms 8477. Original is held by Glasgow University Library (Hunter Ms. U.2.6.). For the parish records of Holy Trinity Minories see Section 16 (i).
HURT, William, merchant and East India Company official. Photocopies (made in 1992) of in-letters. 1632/3-6. Ms 29393
ITALIAN MERCANTILE CORRESPONDENCE - microfilm copies of letters addressed chiefly to Francesco Venturini, merchant and banker, and his partner and successors, in Leghorn, 1663-1708, and to Angiolini and Frangini, merchants, and others, in Florence, 1701-42. L 62.1. Ms 21322. See also Corsini.
LAURIE, Sir Peter (1778-1861), citizen and saddler, Alderman of Aldersgate Ward 1826-61, Sheriff 1823-4, Lord Mayor 1832-3, Chairman of Union Bank 1829-61. Photocopies of diary/autobiography. 1778-1859. Ms 20334
MARCH, T[homas], merchant. Photocopy out- letter book 1779-80 and 1796-7. L 62.1. Ms 8724A
OLDBURY, John, and (to 1672 only) STANLEY, Henry, merchants, of London. Photocopy out-letter book. 1669-92. L 62.1. Ms 18470
PLUMSTED, Robert, ironmonger and merchant, of Gracechurch Street. Microfilm of out-letter book. 1756-8. L 62.1. MF 294. Original in Cambridge University Library
REVOLUTION SOCIETY (met annually to commemorate the Glorious revolution of 1688). Photocopies of membership list. 1788-93. L 76.1. Ms 22289
RUSHOUT, Sir James, of Northwick, Worcestershire, moneylender. Microfilm copy of account book. 1665-78. L 64.24. Ms 21756
ST PETER CORNHILL, parish of. Microfilm copies of churchwardens' accounts 1664-90. L 92. Ms 24529. Originals held at the Bodleian Library. See also Section 16 (i).
SMITH, Carleton, agent of Sir Charles Peers (Lord Mayor 1715-16) and jailer in charge of the Jacobite prisoners at Newgate 1716 and 1717. Photocopy journal. 1717. Ms 17875. (See also Section 22 (i) PEERS, Sir Charles, and Section 25 SAMUEL, Wilfred S.)
SOUTHWARK, MANOR OF. Photostat memorandum book containing abstracts of charters concerning the court leet (1327-17th century), copy of rules of regulation of market (1691), proceedings at Courts of Piepowder (1543-53) etc. 1327-1697. Original held by Southwark Public Libraries (ref 4011). Ms 6595
SOUTHWARK, MANOR OF. Photocopy court leet ordinances and customary of Southwark Stews, 1161-2. Compiled 1461-86. Original held by Bodleian Library Ms. e Mus. 229, and edited by J.B. Post in Journal of Society of Archivists, Vol. 5 No. 7 (1977). Ms 17975
WHITECHAPEL QUAKER BURIAL GROUND. Microfilm copy of part of an interment order book. 1777-81. L 19.1. Ms 22364
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