Acquired Papers. Letters and telegrams from various correspondents to Lady Randolph Churchill concerning the Anglo Saxon Review. All items are manuscript and signed unless otherwise described.

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Date: 1899 - 1900

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CHAR 28/67/1 Letter from Hamilton Aide (Ascot Wood Cottage, Ascot, Berkshire) to Lady Randolph Churchill offering to contribute a short one act comedy [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 09 Nov 1899
CHAR 28/67/2 Letter from Maurice Baring (British Embassy, Paris [France]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he says that he is delighted that his poem ["Sigurd"] is to be published in the Anglo Saxon Review. 08 Nov 1899
CHAR 28/67/3-4 Letter from [Sir] Bindon Blood (Plaisange, Mussoorie, North West Provinces [India]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he discusses the reports of her visit to Oldham [Lancashire] by the Pioneer; says that several people (including the Maharajah of Kapurthala) have promised to subscribe to the Anglo Saxon Review; reports that the son [of the Maharajah of] Cooch Behar has been refused entry into the Life Guards on grounds of nationality and discusses the question of the admission of the sons of "Indian swells" into the army and the improvement in Anglo-Indian relations. 23 Aug 1899
CHAR 28/67/5-6 Letter from [Sir] Bindon Blood (Plaisange, Mussoorie, North West P[rovinces, India]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he congratulates her on the Anglo Saxon Review and says that he is sure that several Indian princes will subscribe to it; suggests people in India who might be willing to contribute; expresses pleasure that WSC's "The River War" is to be published and discusses the progress of the Boer War. 28 Aug 1899
CHAR 28/67/7 Letter from [Sir] Bindon Blood (Plaisange, Mussoorie, North West Provinces [India]) to Lady Randolph Churchill enclosing a subscription [not present] to the Anglo Saxon Review from the Maharajah of Cooch Behar. 06 Sep 1899
CHAR 28/67/8-9 Letter from [Sir] Bindon Blood (Plaisange, Mussoorie, North West Provinces [India]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he declines to write an article for the Anglo Saxon Review as he thinks that it would be unwise to publish his "dangerously advanced views on military matters". He suggests that Major G J Younghusband could write an article about the policy of [Lord] Curzon [Viceroy of India, later Lord Curzon of Kedleston] on the North West Frontier and says that he is sending some newspaper cuttings to WSC. 27 Sep 1899
CHAR 28/67/10 Letter from Paul Bourget (Le Plantier, Costerbelle, Hyeres [France]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he thanks her for sending him [the Anglo Saxon Review]; apologises for not replying to her letter; asks after WSC; offers her a house to stay in when she visits Monte Carlo [Monaco] and says that he is sending her a book. 28 Oct 1898
CHAR 28/67/11 Letter from Paul Bourget (Le Plantier, Costerbelle, Hyeres [France]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he says that he would be delighted to contribute [to the Anglo Saxon Review] although he agrees with [5th] Lord Rosebery that the first issue should not include articles by foreigners and mentions "la petite Lady Blenheim" [?Consuelo, Duchess of Marlborough, later Consuelo Balsan]. 25 Apr 1899
CHAR 28/67/12 Letter from Eleanor Boyle (Elrick House, Summerhill, Aberdeenshire [Scotland]) to Lady Randolph Churchill thanking her for a cheque [for her article] and complimenting her on [the Anglo Saxon Review]. 25 Jul 1899
CHAR 28/67/13 Letter from [Sir Henry] Brackenbury (23 Hanover Square [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill declining to write an article for [the Anglo Saxon Review] due to his official position [as Director of Military Intelligence at Headquarters]. 02 Nov 1899
CHAR 28/67/14 Letter from Edith [Lady] Lytton (The Raven Hotel, Droitwich [Worcestershire]) to Lady Randolph Churchill thanking her for a copy of the Anglo Saxon [Review] and complimenting her on the "beauty of the bindings & illustrations". 27 Jul [1899]
CHAR 28/67/15 Letter from Laurence Tadena (Lilly Cottage, Meopham Green, Kent) to Lady Randolph Churchill discussing the publication of his play ["The Merciful Soul"] in the Anglo Saxon Review. 30 Sep 1899
CHAR 28/67/16 Letter from Laurence Tadena (17 Grove End Road [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill discussing the submission of his contribution ["The Merciful Soul"] to the Anglo Saxon Review. 04 Dec 1899
CHAR 28/67/17 Letter from Vincent Caillard (K3 The Albany [Piccadilly, London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he agrees to write an article for the Anglo Saxon Review but says that he will not be able to write it in time for the next issue. 22 Nov 1899
CHAR 28/67/18 Letter from Vincent Caillard (K3 The Albany, Piccadilly [London]) to Lady Jennie [Lady Randolph Churchill] discussing illustrations for his article [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. [Nov] [1899]
CHAR 28/67/19 Letter from Maria Roussel, Countess de Calcinara (2A Valle de la Palma, Mexico) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which she thanks her [for a copy of the Anglo Saxon Review], says that she publishes a weekly magazine about women and that "the emancipation of women will be the greatest event of 1900". 15 Nov 1899
CHAR 28/67/20 Letter from R D'Oyly Carte (Eyot House, Weybridge [Surrey]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he says that he would like to subscribe to the Anglo Saxon Review and would be interested in advertising in it. Signed typescript. 04 Jul 1899
CHAR 28/67/21 Letter from Joseph Choate (1 Carlton House Terrace [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he says that, as [United States] ambassador, he is unable to write an article [for the Anglo Saxon Review] and compliments her on the first issue. 07 Aug 1899
CHAR 28/67/22 Copy of a letter from Lady Randolph Churchill (Duart Castle, Craignure, Isle of Mull [Argyllshire, Scotland]) to [John] Lane discussing her criticisms of the prospectus [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. She objects to alterations which have been made without her agreement and that her name appears "in such microscopic type" although she is editor and proprietor of the magazine. Manuscript in the hand of Lady Randolph Churchill. 07 Sep 1899
CHAR 28/67/23 Letter from Sidney Colvin (British Museum, London) to [Pearl] Craigie asking for an introduction to Lady Randolph Churchill as he would like to make a suggestion [for the Anglo Saxon Review] and recommending a writer for an academy prize. 02 Dec 1899
CHAR 28/67/24 Letter from Sidney Colvin (British Museum, London) to Lady Randolph Churchill asking whether he could see her to make a suggestion [regarding the Anglo Saxon Review]. 06 Dec 1899
CHAR 28/67/25 Letter from [Benoit] Coquelin (Velle par Palinges 7K, Saone and Loire [France]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he encloses a letter [not present] from Cornely, says that he would like to see her and that he has left "la Comedie Francaise". [1899]
CHAR 28/67/26 Letter from [Benoit] Coquelin ([London]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he would like to see her, asks her to specify terms for Cornely, and says that he would be prepared to write an article [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. [1899]
CHAR 28/67/27 Letter from Money Coutts (Stodham Park, East Diss, Hampshire) to Lady Randolph Churchill thanking her for paying him 5l 5s for his poem ["Angling Days"]. 22 Nov 1899
CHAR 28/67/28 Letter from Stephen Crane (Brede Place, Brede, Northiam, Sussex) to [Clara] Frewen [earlier Clara Jerome] in which he asks her to tell Lady Randolph Churchill that he will write [for the Anglo Saxon Review] and invites her and [Moreton Frewen] to stay with him. 03 Aug [1899]
CHAR 28/67/29 Letter from Stephen Crane (Brede Place, Brede, Northiam, Sussex) to Lady Randolph Churchill discussing his article ["War Memories" for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 14 Sep [1899]
CHAR 28/67/30 Letter from Stephen Crane (Brede Place, Brede, Northiam, Sussex) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he says that he is happy for his article ["War Memories"] to appear in the December issue [of the Anglo Saxon Review] and acknowledges receipt of 50 guineas. Nov [1899]
CHAR 28/67/31 Letter from Arnold Dolmetsch (7 Bayley Street, Bedford Square [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill agreeing to write an article about "old instruments" for the Anglo Saxon Review for 45 guineas. 12 Oct 1899
CHAR 28/67/32 Letter from Arnold Dolmetsch (7 Bayley Street, Bedford Square [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he discusses submission of his article for the Anglo Saxon Review and accepts a fee of 25 guineas. 03 Nov 1899
CHAR 28/67/33 Letter from James Fasham (28 Meadow Road, New Kent Road [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill enclosing an article he has written for the Pictorial Magazine, under the pen name of "Julia Felix" as a demonstration of his research concerning "the realities of Pilgrims Progress". 14 Jul [1899]
CHAR 28/67/34-35 Letter from James Fasham (28 Meadow Road, New Kent Road [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he gives various facts he has discovered concerning the "Blue Dragon" which appears in [Charles] Dickens' "Martin Chuzzlewit". 31 Jul [1899]
CHAR 28/67/36 Letter from James Fasham (28 Meadow Road, New Kent Road [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he says that he would be pleased if his article ["Some Realities of the 'Pilgrim's Progress'", published in the Anglo Saxon Review] was thought worthy of a fee. 15 Sep [1899]
CHAR 28/67/37 Letter from James Fasham (28 Meadow Road, New Kent Road [London]) arranging to visit [John] Lane to draw a map [to illustrate his article, "Some Realities of the 'Pilgrim's Progress'", for the Anglo Saxon Review]. [Jul] [1899]
CHAR 28/67/38 Letter from James Fasham (28 Meadow Road, New Kent Road [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he asks whether he might receive payment [for his article, "Some Realities of the 'Pilgrim's Progress'", in the Anglo Saxon Review]. 22 Sep [1899]
CHAR 28/67/39 Letter from James Fasham (28 Meadow Road, New Kent Road [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill enclosing an article entitled "Womanhood" [not present]. 01 Sep [1899]
CHAR 28/67/40 Letter from James Fasham (28 Meadow Road, New Kent Road [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill acknowledging receipt of a cheque for 8l 8s [for his article in the Anglo Saxon Review]. 02 Nov [1899]
CHAR 28/67/41 Letter from Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler (Woodthorne, Wolverhampton [Staffordshire]) to Lady Randolph Churchill acknowledging receipt of 20 guineas for her article ["A Miniature Mollusc"] in the Anglo Saxon Review and congratulating her on the magazine's success. 24 Nov 1899
CHAR 28/67/42 Letter from Richard Garnett (27 Tanza Road, Hampstead [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill asking whether he could add an insertion to his article ["Paolo and Francesca"] for the Anglo Saxon Review. 04 Dec 1899
CHAR 28/67/43 Letter from [Sir John] Gorst (The Island, Windemere [Westmoreland]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he discusses submission of his article ["The Oriental Character" for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 11 Aug 1899
CHAR 28/67/44 Letter from [Sir John] Gorst (The Island, Windemere [Westmoreland]) to Mrs Manhall enclosing the manuscript [not present] of his article ["The Oriental Character"] for the Anglo Saxon Review. 18 Aug 1899
CHAR 28/67/45 Letter from Edmund Gosse (29 Delamere Terrace, Westbourne Terrace [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he agrees that his poems should be published in the Anglo Saxon Review and asks to see proofs as soon as possible. 10 Nov 1899
CHAR 28/67/46 Letter from Richard Haldane (3 Whitehall Court [London]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he promises to submit an article [for the Anglo Saxon Review] for the April issue. 08 Nov 1899
CHAR 28/67/47 Letter from E Vincent Heward (Highbury, London) to Lady Randolph Churchill enclosing an article about astronomy [not present] for consideration for [the Anglo Saxon Review]. 16 Dec 1899
CHAR 28/67/48 Letter from S Reynolds Hole (The Deanery, Rochester [Kent]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he will try and write an article [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 14 Dec 1899
CHAR 28/67/49 Letter from [?King](Cobury Hotel) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he does not have time to contribute [to the Anglo Saxon Review] but compliments her on the first number. 14 Jul 1899
CHAR 28/67/50 Letter from W Licky (The Athenaeum, Pall Mall [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he is unable to write a contribution [to the Anglo Saxon Review]. 13 Aug 1899
CHAR 28/67/51 Letter from Louise Margaret [Duchess of Connaught and Strathearn](Buckingham Palace) to Lady Randolph Churchill thanking her for a copy [of the Anglo Saxon Review] and inviting her to a garden fete. 15 Jul [1899]
CHAR 28/67/52 Letter from [Alfred] Lyall (18 Queen's Gate [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he says that he will write an article for the Anglo Saxon Review if he is able. 13 Jul [1899]
CHAR 28/67/53 Letter from Alfred Lyttelton (Mells Park, Frome [Somerset]) to Lady Randolph Churchill asking for more time to write an article [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 30 Jul [1899]
CHAR 28/67/54 Card from Alfred Lyttelton (Brook's, St James Street [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill asking for more time to write his article [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. [1899]
CHAR 28/67/55 Letter from Alfred Lyttelton (3 Paper Buildings, Temple [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he discusses submission of his article [for the Anglo Saxon Review] and congratulates her on having "so brave and daring a son" in WSC. 20 Nov 1899
CHAR 28/67/56 Letter from W H Mallock (Morvich, Rogart, Sutherlandshire [Scotland]) to Lady Randolph Churchill asking her whether she would be interested in translations of Lucretius [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 06 Sep 1899
CHAR 28/67/57 Letter from W H Mallock (Brahan Castle, Conon Bridge [Ross and Cromarty, Scotland]) to Lady Randolph Churchill enclosing draft translations of Lucretius [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 16 Sep 1899
CHAR 28/67/58 Letter from W H Mallock (Philorth, Fraserburgh [Aberdeenshire, Scotland]) to Lady Randolph Churchill discussing publication of translations of Lucretius [in the Anglo Saxon Review]. 20 Sep 1899
CHAR 28/67/59 Letter from W H Mallock (Gosford, Longniddry [East Lothian, Scotland]) to Lady Randolph Churchill discussing publication of his translations of Lucretius [in the Anglo Saxon Review]. 05 Oct 1899
CHAR 28/67/60 Letter from W H Mallock (Bachelor Club, Hamilton Place [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill discussing publication [of his translations of Lucretius in the Anglo Saxon Review]. 10 Nov 1899
CHAR 28/67/61 Letter from W H Mallock (Bachelor Club, Hamilton Place [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill discussing corrections [to his translations of Lucretius for the Anglo Saxon Review] and congratulating her on WSC's safety. 21 Nov 1899
CHAR 28/67/62 Preface by W H Mallock to his translation of Lucretius [published in the Anglo Saxon Review]. [Nov] [1899]
CHAR 28/67/63 Letter from [Lady] Dorothy Nevill (45 Charles Street, Berkeley Square [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which she discusses Lady Randolph's proposal that letters from Lord Beaconsfield should be published in [the Anglo Saxon Review] and says that she has mislaid some "very unlikely" letters from Lord Ellenborough. [1899]
CHAR 28/67/64 Letter from Henry Norman (Kilcombe Farm, Farringdon, Alton, Hampshire) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he compliments her [on the Anglo-Saxon Review] and says that he tried to publicise it in the New York Times. 14 Jul [1899]
CHAR 28/67/65 Letter from Gilbert Parker (20 Carlton House Terrace [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill promising to send her a story entitled "All the world's mad" [for the Anglo-Saxon Review]. [1899]
CHAR 28/67/66 Letter from Gilbert Parker (20 Carlton House Terrace [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill thanking her for a cheque for 21 pounds [for his story for the Anglo-Saxon Review] and commenting her that it is "the most beautiful book I have ever seen". 27 Jul 1899
CHAR 28/67/67 Letter from Stephen Phillips (Woodthorpe Road, Ashford, Middlesex) to Lady Randolph Churchill agreeing to write a contribution [for the Anglo-Saxon Review]. [1899]
CHAR 28/67/68 Letter from Stephen Phillips (Woodthorpe Road, Ashford, Middlesex) to Lady Randolph Churchill discussing the composition of a poem and offering to help [with the Anglo-Saxon Review]. [1899]
CHAR 28/67/69 Letter from Stephen Phillips to Lady Randolph Churchill apologising for not replying sooner and sending regards to [Pearl] Craigie. [1899]
CHAR 28/67/70 Letter from H Douglas Powell (62 Wimpole Street [London]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he declines to write an article about medical military organisation [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 03 Dec 1899
CHAR 28/67/71 Letter from [5th Lord Rosebery](Dalmeny Park, Edinburgh [Scotland]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he requests copies of his article [on Sir Robert Peel for the Anglo Saxon Review] and says that he has heard that it is "selling like wild fire". 03 Jul 1899
CHAR 28/67/72 Letter from [5th Lord Rosebery](Dalkeith House, Dalkeith [Midlothian, Scotland]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he says that he does not want additional copies of [the Anglo Saxon Review] only of his own article. 06 Jul 1899
CHAR 28/67/73 Letter from [5th Lord Rosebery](Dalmeny House, Edinburgh [Scotland]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he says that he has not delivered a lecture on Reading and says that she must be very proud of WSC. 17 Nov 1899
CHAR 28/67/74 Letter from [5th Lord Rosebery](Dalmeny House, Edinburgh [Scotland]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he refuses a request and suggests that she should try and publish an address by [Benjamin] Disraeli [later Lord Beaconsfield and Lord Hughendon]. 23 Nov 1899
CHAR 28/67/75 Letter from [1st Lord] Roberts (Royal Hospital, Dublin [Ireland]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he declines to write an article for [the Anglo Saxon Review]. 21 Aug 1899
CHAR 28/67/76 Letter from Theodore Roosevelt (Albanym, New York [United States]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he apologises for not being able to write an article for [the Anglo Saxon Review]. 17 Oct [1899]
CHAR 28/67/77 Letter from Emily, Lady Ampthill [Lady of the Bedchamber to Queen Victoria] (Balmoral Castle) to Lady Randolph Churchill thanking her on behalf of the Queen for a copy of [the Anglo Saxon Review]. She adds that the Queen "admires the lovely artistic binding immensely" and hopes to have it read to her. 06 Nov 1899
CHAR 28/67/78 Letter from Henry de Vere Stacpoole (77 High Street, Notting Hill Gate, London) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] asking for a copy of the Anglo Saxon Review containing a copy of his story "The Outcasts" so that he can show it to the Committee of the Royal Literary Fund. [1900]
CHAR 28/67/79 Letter from S Arthur Strong (36 Grosvenor Road, Westminster, [London]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] thanking her for a copy of the Anglo Saxon Review and complimenting her on it. 01 Jul 1899
CHAR 28/67/80 Letter from S Arthur Strong (Library, House of Lords) to Lady Randolph Churchill discussing arrangements to see her and enclosing a letter [not present]. 15 Nov 1899
CHAR 28/67/81 Letter from Alethaea Wiel (The Villa, Escrick, York) to Lady Randolph Churchill asking whether her article on gardening and farming in North Italy is suitable [for the Anglo-Saxon Review]. 12 Jul 1899
CHAR 28/67/82 Letter from Alethaea Wiel (33 Great Cumberland Place [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill thanking her for her letter accepting her article [for the Anglo-Saxon Review] and discussing her work on another article about C[aterina] C[ornaro]. 17 Jul 1899
CHAR 28/67/83 Letter from Alethaea Wiel (Villa Socchieva, Belluno [Italy]) to Lady Randolph Churchill discussing her work on another article about Caterina Cornaro [for the Anglo-Saxon Review]. 07 Aug 1899
CHAR 28/67/84 Letter from Alethaea Wiel (Villa Socchieva, Belluno [Italy]) to Lady Randolph Churchill discussing her work on an article about Caterina Cornaro [for the Anglo-Saxon Review] and asking whether her previous article appeared in the September issue. 25 Sep 1899
CHAR 28/67/85 Letter from Alethaea Wiel (Villa Socchieva, Belluno [Italy]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which she says that she is sending her article on Caterina Cornaro [for the Anglo-Saxon Review]. 17 Oct 1899
CHAR 28/67/86 Letter from Alethaea Wiel (Villa Socchieva, Belluno [Italy]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which she explains that she has not written sooner due to illness, expresses admiration for WSC and for her work on the hospital ship [Maine] and says that she is glad that Lady Randolph liked her article [about Caterina Cornaro for the Anglo-Saxon Review]. 23 Nov 1899
CHAR 28/67/87 Letter from [Lord] Trevelyan (8 Grosvenor Crescent [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he apologises for not relying to her letter and says that he is sorry to give her an "unsatisfactory answer" [to a request to write a contribution to the Anglo-Saxon Review]. 21 Jul 1899
CHAR 28/67/88 Letter from [Sir] Arthur Bigge [later Lord Stamfordham] (Windsor Castle) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he thanks her on behalf of Queen [Victoria] for sending her a copy [of the Anglo-Saxon Review] and says that the Queen has not had time to read it but admires "the beautiful bindery". 03 Jul 1899
CHAR 28/67/89 Letter from V Hussey-Walsh (Maretino, Blackrock, County Dublin [Ireland]) to [Clara] Frewen [formerly Clara Jerome] in which he discusses his research for an article about the chateau at [Serrant, France for the Anglo Saxon Review] and reports that the Duc de la Tremouille has given him permission to use the archives. 02 Aug [1899]
CHAR 28/67/90 Letter from V Hussey-Walsh (4 Curzon Street [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill agreeing to write an article about [the chateau at] Serrant [France for the Anglo Saxon Review] and asking about the format for quoting references from the archives. 12 Aug [1899]
CHAR 28/67/91 Part of a letter from V Hussey-Walsh (Chateau Londerme, Medoc, Gironde [France]) to Lady Randolph Churchill discussing his article about the chateau at Serrant [France for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 15 Sep [1899]
CHAR 28/67/92 Letter from V Hussey-Walsh (Chez le Marquis de Suppe, Beaupaire, Pont Sainte Maxence, Oise [France]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] enclosing photographs [not present] of the chateau at Serrant [France] and asking about submission of his article [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 04 Oct [1899]
CHAR 28/67/93 Letter from V Hussey-Walsh (Beaupaire, Pont Sainte Maxence, Oise [France]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] enclosing photographs [not present] and asking about submission of his article about the chateau at Serrant [France, for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 12 Oct [1899]
CHAR 28/67/94 Letter from V Hussey-Walsh (81 Onslow Gardens [London]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] enclosing his article [not present] about the chateau at Serrant [France] for the Anglo Saxon Review and requesting two copies of the proofs so that the Duc de la Tremouille may see the article prior to publication. 18 Oct [1899]
CHAR 28/67/95 Letter from V Hussey-Walsh (81 Onslow Gardens [London]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he discusses revision of the proofs of his article [about the chateau at Serrant, France for the Anglo Saxon Review] and reports that he has received a pamphlet from the archivist at Nantes [France]. 30 Oct [1899]
CHAR 28/67/96 Letter from V Hussey-Walsh (The Athenaeum, Pall Mall [London]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he reports that the Duke de la Tremouille has approved his article [about the chateau at Serrant, France for the Anglo Saxon Review] and requests additional copies to send to him. 10 Nov [1899]
CHAR 28/67/97 Letter from [Walter] Theodore Watts-Dunton (The Pines, Putney Hill [London]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] complimenting her on the binding and contents [of the Anglo Saxon Review], promising to look for a contribution and reporting that Swinburne is also impressed. 19 Jul [1899]
CHAR 28/67/98 Letter from [Walter] Theodore Watts-Dunton (The Pines, Putney Hill [London]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he apologises for not being able to locate a suitable contribution [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 22 Jul [1899]
CHAR 28/67/99 Letter from [Walter] Theodore Watts-Dunton (The Pines, Putney Hill [London]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] warning her of possible confusion [over the Anglo Saxon Review] as he has just seen a "penny weekly" called the Anglo Saxon edited by James Mortimer. [1899]
CHAR 28/67/100 Letter from Stanley Weyman (Plas Llanrhdd, Ruthin [Wales]) to Lady Randolph Churchill discussing the possibility that he may submit a contribution [to the Anglo Saxon Review]. 05 Oct 1899
CHAR 28/67/101 Letter from Edith Wharton (1329 K Street, Washington [United States]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which she says that she has sent a story to be considered [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 20 Apr [1900]
CHAR 28/67/102 Letter from Thomas Tuse (Grand Hotel D'Aix, Aix les Bains [France]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he discusses arrangements to see her. [1899]
CHAR 28/67/103 Letter from Emile Fuchs (54 Devonshire Street, Portland Place [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he thanks her for sending copies [?of the Anglo Saxon Review] and asks for an additional copy. [1899]
CHAR 28/67/104 Telegram from an unidentified correspondent to Lady Randolph Churchill saying that he/she has obtained the agreement of their publishers and will be able to submit a poem [to the Anglo Saxon Review]. 02 Oct 1899