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Letter from Lord Lorne, later 6th Duke of Argyll, appointing Duncan Campbell of Glendaruel his Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Argyll, 25th September 1802.
Letter to Duncan Campbell of Glendaruel, dated 29th May 1807 by a John Campbell, outlining the obligations of service from the tenantry on lands in the vicinity of Dunoon. Mentions Mrs Campbell [Duncan's wife]; Letter from the Marquis of Bute to Duncan Campbell of Glendaruel with recommendation for hiring Game keepers, dated 20th February 1808.
Letter to Miss Elizabeth Campbell of Glendaruel dated 7th September 1818, from James Stewart in Orchyard about work on property at Kirn.
Letter, Ormidale, 25th January 1835, John Campbell of Ormidale to Archibald Campbell of Glendaruel, giving advice respecting the Public and Parochial roads "considering how early in life you set out as a military man".
Two empty envelopes, one inside the other, the inner one endorsed "Glendaruel Paper".
Letter, Edinburgh, 31st October 1838, Solicitor George MacLachlan to Captain Archibald Campbell of Glendaruel, 42nd Highlanders, Royal Barracks, Dublin, intimating that his brother Duncan has returned from the Colony of Van Dieman's Land and reiterating the terms of the Trust and the 1830 settlement, with General Alexander Limond, husband of Elizabeth, now acting as a trustee.
Note of the Valuation of the Teinds, Parsonage and Vicarage of the Parish of Kilmodan - no date.
Agreement minute of Set of the lands of Achinelate for 8 years between Archibald Campbell of Glendaruel and Archibald Sinclair, tenant there, Whitsunday 1838.