Billhead, of Clydesdale Inn & Hotel, Lanark

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Billhead, of Clydesdale Inn & Hotel, Lanark

A billhead is a letterhead used for statements of charges. This example, dated 1830, is of the Clydesdale Inn and Hotel in Lanark. The bill is for tea, breakfast, lunch and lodgings.

The billhead has an engraving of 'Corra Linn' signed, 'Pollock Sc'. The proprietor of the hotel at this time is John Buchanan, who previously ran the Commercial Inn.

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Online ID: 000-100-045-936-C
Image Rights Holder: National Museums Scotland
Project: 0098: National Museums Scotland
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Ref: National Museums Scotland  H.OG 101
Date: 1830
Dated 1830
Material: Paper
Dimensions: 185 mm H x 115 mm W
What: Document / billhead
Who: John Buchanan (Owner)
Pollock (Engraver)
Where: Scotland, Lanarkshire, Corra Linn
Scotland, Lanarkshire, Lanark (Clydesdale Inn and Hotel)
Description: Billhead of John Buchanan, Clydesdale Inn and Hotel, Lanark, dated 1830, with an engraving of Corra Linn signed Pollock
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