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Papers on WSC's successful libel action against A C Bruce Pryce [who had accused WSC of "acts of gross immorality of the Oscar Wilde type".
|Physical:||1 bound file, 4 items|
|CHAR 1/17/1-2||Statement of WSC's claim for £20,000 damages for libel against A C Bruce Pryce, [Printed, 2 copies].||21 Feb 1896|
|CHAR 1/17/3||Letter from Sir George Lewis [WSC's solicitor] to WSC, On libel action against A C Bruce Pryce, sending Pryce's retraction and apology, and a cheque for £400.||19 Mar 1896|
|CHAR 1/17/4||Retraction and apology by A C Bruce Pryce, withdrawing "all and every imputation" against WSC's character [Pryce had accused WSC of "acts of gross immorality of the Oscar Wilde type".||12 Mar 1896|