This fonds consists of one account book used to record expenses incurred in maintaining a weir from 1895 to 1906 and what was paid to the labourers. Although it lists the officers in 1897 it does not list the share holders.
This fonds consists of James Hendricks business correspondence, primarily about the shipping of hardware and general goods from Glasgow to Saint John. It also includes deeds, leases, bonds and other legal documentation assembled when James' son, Conrad, brought a suit in the Court of Equity in 1864 against Samuel Hallet over the administration of James' will. There are also some other papers belonging to Conrad's descendants.
This fonds consists of personal and business correspondence of Henry Smith, dating from 1798 to 1804. There are letters from several correspondents, including Stephen Miller Sr., Stephen Miller Jr., Edward Howard, Hannah Smith, W. W. Hailes, Garret Clopper, and Mrs. H. Rogers.
The fonds also includes a single letter to Henry Smith's wife, Hannah Smith, from her mother Hannah Miller and an account with John M. Wilmot (1819).
This fonds consists of a single item -- an account book for Hugh Doherty's grocery store located in Saint John, N.B. The account book contains itemized accounts for each customer, showing the quantity of goods purchased and the amount charged. Often the customer's occupation is given.
This fonds contains eight volumes: five ledgers and three day books, which give an extensive picture of the fishing industry along the coasts of the Bay of Fundy and Maine, including names of schooners and accounts of fishermen from Deer Island, Grand Manan, Campobello, St. Andrews, and Eastport (Maine).
The fonds consists of daybooks, account books and a ledger. The daybooks give details of their work such as items produced, the names of customers, charges, and materials used. They include repairs. There is also information on caskets and funerals, with names and dates. Account books include a list of funerals from 1867-1885 with names and ages of deceased. The ledger has a separate index. "The Cabinetmakers Assistant" published by Blackies in Glasgow, Scotland in 1853, containing furniture designs, is also included.
This fonds consists of two legal items relating to J. & J. Miller & Co.: (1) A dissolution of partnership agreement, dated 22 April 1880, between James Miller, Sr. and James Miller, Jr., John Miller and John Cumming Miller, and Charles Alexander Duff Miller and David Elder Miller, and (2) An agreement, dated 23 April 1880, between John Miller et al and James Miller, Jr. regarding the latter's employment as manager of the company.