Item 6/1 - Draft contract relating to property in John Street, Glasgow

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GB 249 OB/6/1

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Draft contract relating to property in John Street, Glasgow

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  • 1798 - ? (Creation)

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8 pp.

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(1796-1887)

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The trustees were appointed under the terms of John Anderson's will, dated 7 May 1795. Under the 1877 Anderson's College (Glasgow) Act, they were made a body corporate, and had their powers and duties remodelled and defined.

The trustees were responsible for the whole management and administration of the institution and were vested with the power to enact or ordain bye-laws, rules and regulations for the better governing and promoting the purposes of the institution.

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Draft contract between William MacNeil, merchant in Glasgow, and ten others, on the one part, and the trustees of Anderson's University, on the other part, regarding the transfer of a property on the west side of John Street, formerly owned by Fullerton, Hamilton and Co, to one hundred £ 20 subscribers on behalf of the institution.

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Open

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  • English

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