Lent by Sir David Ogilvy
Microfilm No. 38
- Financial affairs of William Ogilvy. Letter about furlough 1834. Ruling about cancelled leave 1826 signed C. Lushington, Chief Secretary to the Government in Council.
- Official letters of appointment about leave, salary etc.
- Bills, receipts, promissory notes, accounts sent by the Government Agent’s office, Fort William, Calcutta, Serampore, Futtapore, Allahabad.
- Letter of 4 February 1835 to David Hore Esq., Officiating Joint Magistrate of Belah, requesting a revision of the sentences passed on two prisoners, and confessing to improperly admitting a witness without examining his deposition properly. Long scrawled draft report on the above matter with no date.
- 148 bills received and paid by Ogilvy 1830-35, covering all aspects of life in India.
Album of photographs taken in 1894-95 and 1897: Deoti, Dharmsala, Darnal, Mysore, Annandale, Barrackpore, Agra; photo-etchings from Calcutta; the wreck of the Warren Hastings, 1897; Gohna lake and dam.
See also: memorandum written by Mr. M.M. Stuart on William Ogilvy in Ogilvy correspondence file.