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VI/4/0-22, 23 volumes
The volumes in this series are numbered consecutively, but the dates run concurrently. There are a number of entries in the early volumes relating to personal expenses, carpentry, bricklaying, etc., along with some salaries paid to named individuals. For 1817, records survive only for the first four months.
Journals 'B', 1828-1865
VI/5/0-37, 38 volumes
The entries in this series relate to bills.
Journals 'M', 1828-1864
VI/6/0-36, 37 volumes
The entries in this series relate to transactions with Masterman, Peters & Co.
Journals 'S', 1828-1849
VI/8/0-22, 23 volumes
The entries in this series relate to transactions with Smith, Payne & Co.
Journals Sundry, 1830-1850
VI/9/0-25, 26 volumes
The entries in this series are those not accommodated in the above three series.