|Description||Bundle of various estate accounts for payments (including payments in kind) for work done by agricultural workers on the Keith Hall estates and for produce sold, together with inventories and valuations.|
Letter from Thomas Mackie to Mr Alexander Keith, Commissioner for the Earl Marischal, formally stating that he will vacate the property of Portertown at Whitsunday 1769
Accounts of butter payable by Lord Haulkerton's tenants 1775
Sale accounts of wood at Crichie 1789 - 1791
Articles and conditions of roup of bear, fodder, horses and wood, with roup roll 1781
Inventory and valuation of stock of Mains of Keith-Hall farm 1791 and 1793
Accounts for wood and timber, Haulkerton estates 1825
Reports of transactions at Keithhall for various dates 1825 - 1827, showing duties performed by named farm servants on specific days.
Accounts of Mains of Keith-Hall farm 1831 - 1833
Also includes letter in Dutch to the 5th Earl of Kintore from W. Wieringa [?] 17 February 1801. The writer, who is on board a ship in Leith Roads, has enquired of Mr J. Wauchaupe regarding the Earl's health and, having been told that the Earl has a daughter in Edinburgh, has paid his respects to her on Mr Wauchaupe's introduction. He will not be staying long in Scotland because of the "present prospects of becoming involved in a war with Denmark".