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CHAR 2/46/1 Letter from Louis Botha, prime minister [of the Union of South Africa] (Pretoria, [South Africa]) to WSC thanking him for his congratulations [on becoming prime minister]. Signed typescript. 25 Jun 1910
CHAR 2/46/2-5 Letter from Josiah Wedgwood (House of Commons) to WSC explaining how a Single Tax would secure to workers the full reward for their labour. Signed and annotated typescript. 20 Jun 1910
CHAR 2/46/6 Letter from Lord Crewe (Colonial Office) to WSC stating that he will not interfere with the governor's discretion with respect to a murder case in Cyprus. 24 Jun 1910
CHAR 2/46/7 Letter from Lord Crewe (Colonial Office) to WSC suggesting that Lord Beauchamp be responsible for the Police Bill because Lord Denman's illness has prevented Crewe from rearranging the representation of the various departments [in the House of Lords] resulting from Beauchamp's transfer to the Colonial Office. Thinks "Ivor" [Ivor Guest, 1st Lord Ashby St Ledgers, later Lord Wimborne (2nd baron, 1st viscount)] should speak on Ireland in the Lords. 24 Jun 1910
CHAR 2/46/8-9 Letter from Lucien Wolf (15 Brunswick Square, London) to WSC urging that the Board of Agriculture be revitalised and advocating a scheme of land reform and other measures as the most effective way of countering Tariff Reform. Signed typescript. Annotated that WSC protests against Wolf's attributing to him an idea for a system of bounties. 24 Jun 1910
CHAR 2/46/10 Letter from Shane Leslie (10 Great Cumberland Place, [London]) to WSC recommending Rev R G Bury to a canonry or other good living in the Church. Returned with CHAR 2/46/11. [Jun 1910]
CHAR 2/46/11 Letter from R S Meiklejohn (10 Downing Street) to Edward Marsh ruling out Rev R G Bury's claims to ecclesiastical preferment on the grounds that Bury is a "virulent" Tory. Signed typescript. 28 Jun 1910
CHAR 2/46/12 Letter from Richard ? (Law Room, Dublin Castle, [Ireland] to WSC ??????????????????? illegible, further study needed. 25 Jun 1910
CHAR 2/46/13-14 Letter from A Vinson, chairman of the executive committee of the Dartford Liberal and Radical Association (Parsonage Farm, Belvedere, Kent) to the Master of Elibank [Alexander Murray, later Lord Murray of Elibank] inviting WSC to become the candidate for the Dartford Division of Kent. Typescript copy. 27 Jun 1910
CHAR 2/46/15-16 Letter from Alexander Murray, Master of Elibank [later Lord Murray of Elibank] (12 Downing Street) to A Vinson [chairman of the executive commitee of the Dartford Liberal and Radical Association] stating that he will urge WSC to accept the Association's invitation to become the candidate for the Dartford Division of Kent. Typscript copy. 28 Jun 1910
CHAR 2/46/17-18 Letter from WSC (Home Office) to Alexander Murray [Master of Elibank, later Lord Murray of Elibank] declining the invitation to become the candidate for the Dartford Division of Kent because he feels his first loyalty is to Dundee [Scotland]. Typescript copy. 29 Jun 1910
CHAR 2/46/19-20 Letter from [?Alexander Murray, Master of Elibank, later Lord Murray of Elibank] to Sir George Ritchie [chairman of the Dundee Liberal Association] enclosing correspondence relating to the invitation to WSC to become the candidate for the Dartford Division of Kent as well as for Dundee [Scotland] [see CHAR 2/46/13-18] and urging that arrangements be made for such a double contest. Typescript copy. 29 Jun 1910
CHAR 2/46/21 Note by [WSC] that the offer to him to become the candidate for the Dartford Divsion of Kent is leading him into an indefensible position and that therefore the correspondence relating to it should be supressed and the offer finally declined. Typescript. 01 Jul 1910
CHAR 2/46/22 Letter from William Royle, chairman of the executive commitee of the Manchester Liberal Federation (20 York Street, Manchester) to WSC endorsing an invitation to address a meeting from the Stockport League of Young Liberals [Lancashire and Cheshire]. Signed typescript. Annotated that WSC can give no promise. 16 Jul 1910
CHAR 2/46/23 Letter from [Alexander Murray, Master of Elibank, later Lord Murray of Elibank] (12 Downing Street) to WSC agreeing [that WSC cannot accept the invitation to become the candidate for the Dartford Division of Kent] and apologising for having pursued the matter. Murray will have to think of another way of boosting the Liberal campaing in London and the Home Counties. 11 Jul 1910
CHAR 2/46/24-26 Letter from General Sir Ian Hamilton (War Office) to Edward Marsh explaining why the Selection Board have decided not to promote Brigadier-General Francis Waldron to Major- General. Signed typescript. 20 Jul 1910
CHAR 2/46/27 Letter from Robert Harcourt (House of Commons) to Edward Marsh on a question Harcourt intends to raise on the Civil List and the Lord Chamberlain. 21 Jul [1910]
CHAR 2/46/28 Letter from Sir George Kemp (26 Harley House, Regents Park, [London]) to Edward Marsh asking why the King [George V] did not grant the title of "Royal" to the Manchester Golf Club. 26 Jul 1910
CHAR 2/46/29 Letter from Stephen Gwynn MP (Irish Press Agency, 2 Great Smith Street, Westminster, [London]) to WSC enclosing and commenting on a leaflet issued by the Agency on books about Ireland [see CHAR 2/46/30]. Note paper printed with quotation by Sir Edward Grey [later Lord Grey of Fallodon] on self-government for the colonies. 29 Jul 1910
CHAR 2/46/30 Propagandist literature on the Home Rule Question: bibliography issued by the Irish Press Agency. Printed. Sent with CHAR 2/46/29. 4p. [1910]
CHAR 2/46/31 Letter from Edward Hemmerde (Canford Manor, Wimborne, Dorset) to WSC thanking him for his help and support. 01 Aug [1910]
CHAR 2/46/32 Note from WSC (Home Office) to John Pedder enclosing a memorandum [not present] from the Socialist Lord Provost of Dundee [Scotland] on the reduction in crime following the imposition of a new whisky duty, 21 Sep 1910 Typescript annotated with Pedder's comments on the memorandum, 23 Sep [1910, and with note that it was sent to the Chancellor of the Exchequer [David Lloyd George], 28 Sep [1910]]. 21 Sep 1910-28 Sep 1910
CHAR 2/46/33-35 Letter from David Lloyd George (Brynawelon, Criccieth, [Carnarvonshire, Wales] to WSC inviting him and CSC to stay with him at Criccieth to play golf and, if he wishes, to go motoring or sea fishing. Complains of the Government's aimlessness and mentions that he has ideas to rectify the situation which he wishes to discuss with WSC. Thanks him for his present and advises him on what train to catch to Criccieth. Signed typescript. 25 Sep 1910
CHAR 2/46/36 Note that [WSC] has promised to consider an invitation to speak from [the National League of Young Liberals] [see CHAR 2/46/37-38]. [26 Sep 1910-01 Oct 1910]
CHAR 2/46/37-38 Letter from J Aubrey Rees, secretary of the National League of Young Liberals (447 Strand, London) to WSC inviting him to speak at a League conference and demonstration in Bradford [Yorkshire]. 26 Sep 1910
CHAR 2/46/39 Letter from [S W Harris] (Home Office) to J Aubrey Rees [secretary of the National League of Young Liberals] informing him that WSC cannot yet decide whether to accept the invitation to address a League conference and demonstration in Bradford [Yorkshire]. Typescript copy. 29 Sep 1910
CHAR 2/46/40 Letter from T Edward Harvey (Toynbee Hall, 28 Commercial Street, Whitechapel, [London]) to WSC supporting the invitation to the WSC from the National League of Young Liberals to address a conference and demonstration in Bradford [Yorkshire]. 26 Sep 1910
CHAR 2/46/41 Letter from [S W Harris] (Home Office) to T Edward Harvey informing him that WSC cannot yet decide whether to accept the invitation to address a conference and demonstration of th National League of Young Liberals in Bradford [Yorkshire]. 29 Sep 1910
CHAR 2/46/42 Letter from J Aubrey Rees, secretary of the National League of Young Liberals (447 Strand, London) to S W Harris (Home Office) noting that WSC will consider the invitation to address a conference and demonstration of the League in Bradford [Yorkshire]. Signed typescript. 01 Oct 1910
CHAR 2/46/43 Letter from R V Vernon (Downing Street) to S W Harris returning and commenting on correspondence between G Wallace Carter, WSC and Colonel [John] Seely [later Lord Mottistone] on the suggestion that a summary of each day's parliamentary debates should be cabled to all the Dominions free of charge [see CHAR 2/46/44-50]. Signed typescript. Annotated by WSC: "a stupid answer", 1 Oct 1910. 29 Sep 1910-01 Oct 1910
CHAR 2/46/44 Letter from G Wallace Carter, general secretary of the Free Trade Union (8 Victoria Street, Westminster, London) to WSC (Home Office) describing the inadequate British news service in Canadian newspapers and suggesting that a summary of each day's parliamentary debates be cabled to all the Dominions free of charge. Signed typescript. Annotated with instruction by WSC to show the letter to Colonel [John Seely, late Lord Mottistone]. 01 Sep 1910
CHAR 2/46/45-46 Letter from Colonel John Seely [later Lord Mottistone] to G Wallace Carter [general secretary of the Free Trade Union] raising objections to Carter's suggestion that a summary of each day's parliamentary debates should be cabled to all the Dominions free of charge. Typescript copy. Sent with CHAR 2/46/43. 09 Sep 1910
CHAR 2/46/47-49 Letter from G Wallace Carter [general secretary of the Free Trade Union] (8 Victoria Street, Westminster, London) to Colonel John Seely [later Lord Mottistone] (Colonial Office) answering Seely's objections to Carter's suggestion that a summary of each day's parliamentary debates should be cabled to all the Dominions free of charge. Typescript copy. Sent with CHAR 2/46/43. 20 Sep 1910
CHAR 2/46/50 Letter from [Colonel John Seely, later Lord Mottistone] (Downing Street) to G Wallace Carter [general secretary of the Free Trade League) making further comments on Carter's suggestion that a summary of each day's parliamentary debates should be cabled to all the Dominions free of charge. Typescript copy. Sent with CHAR 2/46/43. Sep 1910
CHAR 2/46/51 Letter from Edward Hemmerde (1 Hare Court, Temple, [London]) to WSC asking him to recommend him as Liberal candidate for Keighley [Yorkshire]. 02 Oct [1910]
CHAR 2/46/52 Letter from Sir George Kemp (Beechwood, Rochdale, [Lancashire]) to WSC explaining why he wishes to vacate his parliamentary seat of North-West Manchester. 02 Oct [1910]
CHAR 2/46/53 Letter from WSC (Home Office) to Herbert Asquith [later 1st Lord Oxford and Asquith] stressing the importance of retaining Lord Morley [earlier John Morley] in the Government and suggesting that he be offered the office of Lord Privy Seal. Copy in the hand of Edward Marsh. 22 Oct 1910
CHAR 2/46/54 Envelope with note referring to CHAR 2/46/53. 22 Oct 1910
CHAR 2/46/55 Note in the hand of Edward Marsh of WSC's message to Samuel Smethurst that he will tell the C[hancellor] of the E[xchequer] [David Lloyd George] that any statement made by Smethurst [on the building industry] will be free from party bias. [Oct 1910]
CHAR 2/46/56 Letter from Samuel Smethurst (Coldhurst House, Longsight, Oldham, [Lancashire]) to WSC enclosing another letter from him as president of the National Association of Building Trade Employers [see CHAR 2/46/57-58] and complaining of malingering workmen and the consequent heavy financial burden imposed on the building industry by the Workmen's Compensation Act. Also refers to a letter he is sending to David Lloyd George regarding modification of the land clauses of the 1910 Finance Act. 26 Oct 1910
CHAR 2/46/57-58 Letter from Samuel Smethurst, president of the National Federation of Building Trades Employers of Great Britain and Ireland (Koh-i-noor House, Kingsway, London) to WSC (Home Office) complaining on the heavy financial burden imposed on the building industry by unnecessary claims under the Workmen's Compensation Act and expressing the wish that similar abuses should be guarded against under the proposed scheme of unemployment insurance. Signed typescript. Sent with CHAR 2/46/56. 26 Oct 1910
CHAR 2/46/59 Letter from [Alexander Murray, the Master of Elibank, later Lord Murray of Elibank (12 Downing Street) to WSC enclosing and expanding on a telegram relating to ?J A Spender [see CHAR 2/46/61]. Part typescript. 29 Oct 1910
CHAR 2/46/60 Envelope addressed to WSC which originally contained CHAR 2/46/59 and CHAR 2/46/61. 29 Oct 1910
CHAR 2/46/61 Telegram from [Alexander Murray, Master of Elibank, later ] Lord Murray of Elibank] ("Alick") to WSC (c/o Lord James of Hereford, Kingswood Warren, Epsom, [Surrey]) on Murray's meeting with "our old friend" [?J A Spender]. Typescript. [29 Oct 1910]
CHAR 2/46/62-69 Letter from General Sir Ian Hamilton (San Antonio Palace, Malta) to [Erskine] Childers commenting on Childers' book on the training and arming of the Cavalry [War and the Arme Blanche] and justifying his opinions by descriptions of actions in Afghanistan, 1879, the Boer War, 1900, and the Russo-Japanese War in Manchuria. Signed and annotated typescript. 30 Oct 1910
CHAR 2/46/70 Letter from Richard Haldane [later Lord Haldane] (War Office) to WSC reporting that he is going to Aldershot [Hampshire] to examine the airship construction department there, and that he does not think the Government can usefully intervene in the deveopment of [Louis Brennan's] monorail system. States that he is ready to take up WSC's plan of a police territorial brigade. 03 Nov 1910
CHAR 2/46/71 Letter from General Sir William Nicholson [later Lord Nicholson] (War Office) to WSC on the shortcomings of [Louis] Brennan's monorail system. 03 Nov 1910
CHAR 2/46/72 Letter from C P Scott (The Firs, Fallowfield, Manchester) to WSC asserting that only if social reform were financed from taxation would people appreciate its true cost. 03 Nov 1910
CHAR 2/46/73 Letter from Lord Beauchamp (Madresfield Court, Malvern Link, [Worcestershire]) to WSC thanking him for his congratulations [on his appointment as First Commissioner of Works] and hoping that he may still represent WSC in the House of Lords. Thinks some peers will object to the Shop Hours Bill. 05 Nov 1910
CHAR 2/46/74-79 Letter from F B Behr (20 Bury Street, St James's, [London]) to WSC (Home Office) describing the advantages of his monorail system over that of Louis Brennan. Encloses the prospectus for the Manchester and Liverpool Electric Railway Company [see CHAR 2/46/92-93]. Signed typescript annotated by WSC. 07 Nov 1910
CHAR 2/46/80-81 Letter from S H Pollen (7 Embankment Gardens, [London]) explaining the shortcomings, from a commercial point of view, of Louis Brennan's monorail system. Signed typescript. Annotated that WSC replied on 27 Jan [1911]. 07 Nov 1910
CHAR 2/46/82-90 Description by Louis Brennan of the technical and commercial development of his monorail system. Typescript. [1910]
CHAR 2/46/91 Diagram of a passenger car for the Manchester and Liverpool Electric Express Railway. [c 1903]
CHAR 2/46/92-93 Prospectus of the Manchester and Liverpool Electric Express Railway Company. Printed. 6, [2p. Sent with CHAR 2/46/74-49]. 1903
CHAR 2/46/94-95 Letter from Cornelia, Lady Wimborne (Canford Manor, Wimborne, [Dorset]) to WSC asserting that "Freddie" [Frederick Guest] should stand for East Dorset rather than a seat in Cardiff [Wales] and that an early general election will be to the Liberals' advantage. Signed typescript. 11 Nov 1910
CHAR 2/46/96 Letter from Robert Harcourt (House of Commons) to WSC suggesting that Sir Robert Price present the Minority Report on the Poor Law as a private member's bill. Annotated that WSC thinks a debate on the report could be a good thing. 23 [Nov 1910]
CHAR 2/46/97 Letter from Sir Charles Mathews (Director of Public Prosecutions Department) to WSC enclosing and commenting on a memorandum relating to the charge against Hugh Franklin of assaulting WSC [see CHAR 2/46/98-100]. 03 Dec 1910
CHAR 2/46/98-100 Memorandum by Archibald Bodkin on the means of obtaining sureties for the good behaviour of Hugh Franklin should he be convicted of assaulting WSC and then released pending an appeal. Typescript. Sent with CHAR 2/46/97. [Dec 1910]
CHAR 2/46/101 Complaint by WSC praying that Hugh Franklin be required to find sureties for his good behaviour towards WSC. Typescript. 05 Dec 1910
CHAR 2/46/102 Summons to Hugh Franklin to appear at the Bow Street Police Court [London] to answer the complaint of WSC that Franklin be required to find sureties for his good behaviour towards WSC. Typescript. 05 Dec 1910
CHAR 2/46/103 Letter from Hugh Franklin (Bow Street Police Station [London]) to WSC asking him to give evidence when Franklin answers the charge of having assaulted WSC. 28 Nov 1910
CHAR 2/46/104-107 Depositon by WSC describing the assault on him on a train returning from a meeting in Bradford [Yorkshire] by Hugh Franklin, a supporter of women's suffrage. Mentions other disturbances in which Franklin was involved in 1910. Typescript. [Dec 1910]
CHAR 2/46/108 Letter from J A Webster (Board of Trade) to Edward Marsh enclosing a memorandum on the shipping laws to help him answer a letter from the Hull and District Junior Liberal Association [see CHAR 2/46/114]. Signed and annotated typescript. 28 Nov 1910
CHAR 2/46/109 Letter from Gilbert Smith, chairman of the Hull and District Junior Liberal Association (Paragon Chambers, Jameson Street, [Hull, Yorkshire]) to WSC reporting the complaint by Havelock Wilson that British seamen are suffering because the shipping laws governing the composition of crews are not being properly enforced and asking WSC whether Wilson has correctly represented his views on the subject. Signed typescript. 2 pieces. 22 Nov 1910
CHAR 2/46/110-113 Letter from [Edward Marsh] to Gilbert Smith [chairman of the Hull and District Junior Liberal Association] answering the complaint of Havelock Wilson that British seamen are suffering because the shipping laws governing the composition of crews are not being properly enforced. Typescript copy. 02 Dec 1910
CHAR 2/46/114-115 Memorandum [by J A Webster of the Board of Trade] answering the complaint of Havelock Wilson that British seamen are suffering because the shipping laws governing the composition of crews are not being properly enforced. Annotated typescript. Sent with CHAR 2/46/108. 28 Nov 1910
CHAR 2/46/116 Letter from Frank Rutter (26 Leamington Street, Manningham, Bradford, [Yorkshire]) to WSC asking him to withdraw his implication that Rutter was paid to create a disturbance in favour of women's suffrage at a meeting being addressed by WSC in Bradford. 28 Nov 1910
CHAR 2/46/117 Letter from Edward Hemmerde (Royal Pier Hotel, Southsea, [Hampshire]) to WSC explaining his criticism of the 9th Duke of Marlborough's attack on [David Lloyd George]. 06 Dec [1910]
CHAR 2/46/118 Letter from Edward Marsh (Canford Manor, Wimborne, [Dorset]) to Edwin Herrin [Liberal election agent for the Isle of Wight] complaining of a lack of communication with regard to the arrangements for meetings to be addressed by WSC on the Isle of Wight. Copy. 14 Dec 1910
CHAR 2/46/119-124 Letter from Edwin Herrin [Liberal election agent for the Isle of Wight] (49 & 50 Parliament Street, Westminster, [London]) to WSC rejecting the charge made in a letter to him from Edward Marsh [see CHAR 2/46/118] that confusion over arrangements for meetings to be addressed by WSC on the Isle of Wight were the fault of the organisers. Signed typesript. Annotated by WSC: "E.M. I think justice has been done & mercy may now reign. Draft acc[ordd[ing]ly"]. 16 Dec 1910
CHAR 2/46/125 Letter from Arthur Ponsonby (Shulbrede Priory, Lynchmere, Haslemere, [Hampshire]) to WSC expressing enthusiasm about the Liberals' success in the general election but reporting that this feeling is not shared by two members of the Cabinet, who still doubt that the Government will have a strong enough mandate. Believes most Liberals in the country wish the Government to lose no time in pursuing its policies. 16 Dec 1910
CHAR 2/46/126-127 Letter from Constantine Scaramanga-Ralli, Liberal candidate for the Isle of Wight (The Leasowes, Shanklin, Isle of Wight), to WSC (Home Office) explaining why WSC was asked to speak at three meetings on the Isle of Wight instead of one as originally planned. Signed typescript. 17 Dec 1910
CHAR 2/46/128 Letter from Richard Lambert (1 Essex Court, Temple, [London] to WSC thanking him for his congratulations on his being elected for the [Cricklade] Division of Wiltshire and for his speech at Swindon during the campaign. 23 Dec 1910
CHAR 2/46/129 Letter from F E Smith [later 1st Lord Birkenhead] (70 Eccleston Square, [London]) to WSC explaining that a meeting with George Wyndham prevented him coming to supper and describing WSC's speech [?on the Parliament Bill] as "bitter" and "extreme". [c 1910]
CHAR 2/46/130 Letter from F E Smith [later 1st Lord Birkenhead] (4 Elm Court, Temple, [London]) to WSC on the date for a meeting to be attended by him, WSC, David Lloyd-George and others and on legal proceedings involving [Horatio] Bottomley. [c 1910]
CHAR 2/46/131 Note from Sir Edward Grey [later Lord Grey of Fallodon] (Foreign Office) to [WSC] reporting the praise of [Herbert Asquith, later 1st Lord Oxford and Asquith] for a speech by WSC. [c 1910]
CHAR 2/46/132 Letter from Shane Leslie (Castle Bellingham, Ireland) to WSC asking him to ask the Attorney General not to appoint Baxter as revising barrister for [London]Derry [Ulster]. [c 1910]
CHAR 2/46/133 Note by WSC: "explain to Mr Haldane", originally with CHAR 2/46/134. [c 1910]
CHAR 2/46/134 Notes on the work to promote safety in the coal industry done by W E Garforth of Snydale Hall, near Pontefract [Yorkshire], chairman of Pope and Pearson Ltd. On the notepaper of 28 Queen Anne's Gate, Westminster, [London). [c 1910]
CHAR 2/46/135 Letter from Edward Goulding [later Lord Wargrave] (10 Buckingham Palace Gardens, [London]) to WSC thanking him for getting him (Goulding) called [?in a House of Commons debate] and referring to WSC's kindness in placing [Lord Duncannon, later 9th Lord Bessborough] on a committee. [c 1910]
CHAR 2/46/136 Letter from Arthur Balfour [later Lord Balfour] to WSC accepting, as Leader of the Opposition, WSC's offer of a pass. [1910]
CHAR 2/46/137 Letter from WSC to [Henry] Chaplin correcting WSC's reported statements on protective taxation quoted in a letter from Chaplin in the Times. Copy in WSC's hand. Annotated: "not sent". [1910]
CHAR 2/46/138 Letter from ? [House of Commons] to WSC on WSC's confrontation in the House of Commons with 6th Lord Winterton. [Apr 1911]
CHAR 2/46/139 Note by WSC that he would like to see copies of his letters from which extracts have been taken. [c 1910]
CHAR 2/46/140 Letter from Lord Randolph Churchill (Carlton Club, Pall Mall, [London]) to Lord Hartington on his and Joseph Chamberlain's misgivings about the proclamation of the Irish National League. Typescript copy, c.1910. 20 Aug 1887
CHAR 2/46/141 Extract from a letter from WSC to the 8th Duke of Devonshire congratulating him on having joined the ranks of the Free Traders. Typescript copy, c.1910. 06 Oct 1903
CHAR 2/46/142 Extract from a letter from WSC to 8th the Duke [of Devonshire] on the desire of many Liberal Unionists in 1886 to fight the Conservatives and the wish of Devonshire's current supporters to see the Liberals beaten on all issues except Free Trade. Typescript copy, c.1910. 25 Aug 1904
CHAR 2/46/143 Letter from J Wylie (The Budget League, Whitehall House, Charing Cross, London) to Edward Marsh on a resolution to be published and the auditing of the League's accounts. 30 Apr 1910
CHAR 2/46/144 Letter from Thomas Slingsby Nightingale, secretary to the High Commissioner of the Union of South Africa [Sir Richard Solomon] (72 Victoria Street, Westminster, [London]) to W A Robinson (Colonial Office) on papers relating to the case of a Mrs Rolfe. Signed typescript. 17 Dec 1910