Inwards Correspondence, William Colenso Estate

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1899-1900

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William Colenso Estate, Series 3, Folder 3: Inwards Correspondence, Bell Gully Bell & Myers.

a) Account Summary of Williams & White to Bell Gully Bell & Myers regarding Colenso and Napier Borough Council plans and specifications of roading, and associated charges.

b) C/11/39: An account summary from Bell Gully Bell & Myers to T F Martin, Barrister and Solicitor, regarding work on the Colenso Estate and associated charges.

c) C/11/64: A letter from Bell Gully Bell & Myers to E H Williams, Solicitor, dated 14 August 1900. Regarding District Land Registrar and fees related to the Colenso Estate.

d) C/11/67: A telegram receipt from Wellington to E H Williams: returning draft letter, extra metalling.

e) C/11/68: A telegram receipt from Wellington to E H Williams: posting full opinion tomorrow.

f) C/11/69: A telegram receipt from Wellington to Williams solicitor: Gully approves draft letter.

g) C/11/101: A telegram receipt from Wellington to Williams solicitor: Gully away but approves draft letter.

h) C/11/102: A telegram receipt from Wellington to Williams solicitor: opinion, power of attorney.

i) C/11/103: A copy of a letter from Williams & White to the Borough Council Offices, dated 31 October 1899. Regarding proposed road alterations on the Colenso Estate.

j) C/11/104: A copy of a letter from the Borough Council Offices to Williams & White, dated 2 November 1899. Regarding consent of proposed road alterations on the Colenso Estate.

k) C/11/106: A letter from Bell Gully Bell & Myers to Williams & White, Solicitors, dated 9 March 1900. Regarding Colenso Power of Attorney.

l) C/11/114: A memorandum from Bell Gully Bell & Myers for Williams & White, Solicitors, dated 10 March 1900. Regarding opinion of Gully related to the Colenso Estate.

m) C/11/115: A memorandum from Bell Gully Bell & Myers for E H Williams, Solicitor, dated 28 March 1900. Regarding opinion of Gully and Martin related to the Colenso Estate.

n) C/11/116: A letter from Bell Gully Bell & Myers to Williams & White, Solicitors, dated 19 April 1900. The letter states that Mr H D Bell is to handle matters related to the Colenso Estate.

o) C/11/147: A telegram receipt from Wellington to Williams & White Solicitors: Colenso opinion posted today.

p) C/11/150: A copy of a document regarding the Colenso Estate. Opinion. Williams & White Solicitors. Discussion of business between Napier Borough Council and private roading.

q) C/11/167: A letter from Bell Gully Bell & Myers to E H Williams, Solicitor, dated 17 May 1900. Regarding friendly settlement of the Colenso Estate.

r) C/11/168: A letter from Bell Gully Bell & Myers to E H Williams, Solicitor, dated 19 April 1900. Regarding roading demands by Borough Council on the Colenso Estate.

s) C/11/177: A letter from Bell Gully Bell & Myers to E H Williams, Solicitor, dated 22 February 1900. Regarding additional metalling on the Colenso Estate. A handwritten draft offer is attached.

t) C/11/181: A letter from Martin & Richmond, Barristers and Solicitors, to Hugh Gully, Wellington, dated 26 March 1900. Regarding Colenso Estate resolutions.
Production technique
Media/Materials description
a) Handwritten in black ink on ledger paper, 5 pages, bound in top left corner by metal stud.
b) Typed in purple ink on unlined paper.
c) Typed in purple ink on unlined paper with printed letterhead.
d) Handwritten in pencil on unlined paper with printed letterhead.
e) Handwritten in pencil on unlined paper with printed letterhead.
f) Handwritten in pencil on unlined paper with printed letterhead.
g) Handwritten in pencil on unlined paper with printed letterhead.
h) Handwritten in pencil on unlined paper with printed letterhead.
i) Typed in black ink on unlined paper.
j) Typed in black ink on unlined paper, 2 pages, 2nd page blank.
k) Typed in purple ink on unlined paper with printed letterhead.
l) Handwritten in black ink on lined paper with printed letterhead.
m) Handwritten in black ink on lined paper with printed letterhead.
n) Typed in purple ink on unlined paper with printed letterhead.
o) Handwritten in pencil on unlined paper with printed letterhead.
p) Typed in black ink on unlined paper, bound in top left corner by metal stud, 3 pages.
q) Typed in purple ink on unlined paper with printed letterhead, 2 pages.
r) Typed in purple ink on unlined paper with printed letterhead, 5 pages.
s) Typed in purple ink on unlined paper with printed letterhead. Second page handwritten in black ink on unlined paper.
t) Typed in blue ink on unlined paper with printed letter head. 3 pages, last page handwritten in pencil.
Measurements
Length x Width: 330 x 205mm
Signature/Inscription
RECEIVED / MAR / 27 / 1900 / ANSD, Stamp, Stamped
TELEGRAPH OFFICE / N.Z. / 10MR00 / NAPIER, Stamp, Stamped
TELEGRAPH OFFICE / N.Z. / 22FE00 / NAPIER, Stamp, Stamped
TELEGRAPH OFFICE / N.Z. / 26FE00 / NAPIER, Stamp, Stamped
TELEGRAPH OFFICE / N.Z. / 7MR00 / NAPIER, Stamp, Stamped
TELEGRAPH OFFICE / N.Z. / 6MR00 / NAPIER, Stamp, Stamped
Subject date
1899-1900
Display location
Credit line
gifted by Sainsbury & Logan
Other number(s)
70862

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