George Baillie

Pamphlets

Series of 3 pamphlets of 'Interesting Letters' addressed to John Bolton, Evan Baillie and James Baillie published in 1809
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1809

See also the following, listed in the British Library catalogue:

Baillie, George. George Baillie's narrative of the mercantile transactions of the concerns of George Baillie and Co.'s houses : from the year 1793 to 1805 inclusive. ([London] : Printed for John Booth, [1805])

Baillie, George. A most interesting case, proving the necessity of the Bill now before Parliament for altering the bankrupt laws, in a letter addressed to Sir Samuel Romilly. (London : S. Chapple, 1809.)

Lumley, Thomas. Report of Mr T. L., of the mercantile transactions of the concerns of G. Baillie and Co.'s houses, etc. (London, [1806.])

Some interesting letters, addressed to Mr. Baillie : together with two reports on the affairs of George Baillie and Co. (London : Joyce Gold, 1807.)

Baillie, George. Statement of a few interesting occurrences in the affairs of George Baillie and Co. (London : Joyce Gold, 1806.)

Baillie's Institution. Library. Trust deed by George Baillie, Esqr. senior member of the Faculty of Procurators in Glasgow, in favour of the Dean & Council of that faculty : and relative deed of directions for the endowment and management of Baillie's Institution : with the minute of acceptance thereof by the Dean and Council, dated 10th and recorded in the books of council and session at Edinburgh 15th December 1863. (Glasgow : Printed by John Graham, 1864.)