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TITLE
Badenoch Farmers business account
EXTERNAL ID
Z_KIGHF_37_3
DATE OF IMAGE
1912
PERIOD
1910s
CREATOR
Badenoch Farmers' Committee
SOURCE
Highland Folk Museum
ASSET ID
7508
KEYWORDS
accounts
farming
business
agriculture
Badenoch Farmers business account

An account for £3 3s (three pounds three shillings) paid to John MacKintosh, a solicitor in Grantown, by Badenoch Farmers Committee. The farmers were protesting against the provisions of the Agricultural Holdings Act 1908. The House of Lords had decided in a recent case that the Act should apply to sheep stock and waygoing crop valuations.

The account shows that the solicitor wrote on the farmers' behalf to the Prime Minister, the Lord Advocate, a Member of Parliament and others

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Badenoch Farmers business account

1910s

accounts; farming; business; agriculture

Highland Folk Museum

Highland Folk Museum (documents)

An account for £3 3s (three pounds three shillings) paid to John MacKintosh, a solicitor in Grantown, by Badenoch Farmers Committee. The farmers were protesting against the provisions of the Agricultural Holdings Act 1908. The House of Lords had decided in a recent case that the Act should apply to sheep stock and waygoing crop valuations.<br /> <br /> The account shows that the solicitor wrote on the farmers' behalf to the Prime Minister, the Lord Advocate, a Member of Parliament and others