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

Reference code: CHAR 28/77

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Date: 1881 - 1902

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CHAR 28/77/1 Letter from Aimee Beinger (8 Pont Street [London]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] suggesting that she might like an article for the Anglo Saxon Review about Liszt, Tansiq, Von Bulow and Dvorak, all of whom have stayed in her house. 05 Oct 1901
CHAR 28/77/2 Letter from Egerton Castle (49 Sloane Gardens [London]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] asking permission to allow Glasgow University to reprint his article "The Spirit of Romance" originally printed in the Anglo Saxon Review. 02 May 1901
CHAR 28/77/3 Letter from Mrs W K Clifford (7 Chilworth Street [London]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] offering to contribute another article to the Anglo Saxon Review. 04 Feb 1901
CHAR 28/77/4 Letter from Mrs W K Clifford (7 Chilworth Street [London]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] concerning her offer to contribute another article to the Anglo Saxon Review. 04 Feb 1901
CHAR 28/77/5 Letter from Mrs W K Clifford (7 Chilworth Street [London]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] asking her to reply to her letter concerning her offer to contribute another article to the Anglo Saxon Review. 20 Feb 1901
CHAR 28/77/6 Letter from Mrs W K Clifford (7 Chilworth Street, Hyde Park [London]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which she says that Sidney Low has told her that she would like to see her play with a view to publishing it in the Anglo Saxon Review. 31 Dec [1901]
CHAR 28/77/7 Letter from Blanche Crackanthorpe (65 Rutland Gate [London]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] offering a play to the Anglo Saxon Review. 10 Feb 1901
CHAR 28/77/8 Letter from Sir Lionel Cust (The Chantry, Ross, Herefordshire) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he apologises for being unable to see her at Blenheim, explains that he is organising the affairs of the late Lady Lyttelton (his wife's mother) and offers best wishes for the future of the Anglo Saxon Review. 05 Jan 1901
CHAR 28/77/9 Letter from Sir Lionel Cust (The National Portrait Gallery, St Martin's Place [London]) to Mrs West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he discusses arrangements to see her and the possibility of arranging for Martin Hume to write an article about the Infanta of Spain, and suggests that she should have a memorial article about Queen Victoria ready for the Anglo Saxon Review, in view of the bad accounts of the Queen's health. 19 Jan 1901
CHAR 28/77/10 Letter from Sir Lionel Cust (The National Portrait Gallery, St Martin's Place [London]) to Mrs West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he congratulates her on the last issue of the Anglo Saxon Review and discusses portraits which may be used to illustrate the next issue. 29 Jan 1901
CHAR 28/77/11 Letter from Sir Lionel Cust (The National Portrait Gallery [London]) to Mrs West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he is sorry to hear of her illness and defends his comments that "the Empire was pinchbeck". 01 Feb 1901
CHAR 28/77/12 Letter from Sir Lionel Cust (The National Portrait Gallery [London]) to Mrs West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he discusses possible portraits to illustrate the Anglo Saxon Review including one of King [Edward VII]. 05 Feb 1901
CHAR 28/77/13 Letter from Sir Lionel Cust (The National Portrait Gallery [London]) to Mrs West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he explains that he has been appointed as Surveyor of his Majesty's Pictures and will be at Buckingham Palace under the orders of [King Edward VII] and asks what she has decided about the future of the Anglo Saxon Review. 12 Mar 1901
CHAR 28/77/14 Letter from Sir Lionel Cust (The National Portrait Gallery [London]) to Mrs West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he acknowledges a cheque for 10 guineas and asks about the future of the Anglo Saxon Review. 20 May 1901
CHAR 28/77/15 Letter from Sir Lionel Cust (Oliphant House, The Crescent, Windsor [Berkshire]) to Mrs West [Lady Randolph Churchill] congratulating her on the new volume of the Anglo Saxon Review. He explains that he has been occupied "pulling Windsor Castle & Buckingham Palace to pieces, and am now trying under the supervision of the King [Edward VII] to build them up again in a more beautiful form" and suggests various portraits which might be used in the Anglo Saxon Review. 08 Jul 1901
CHAR 28/77/16 Letter from Sir Lionel Cust (National Portrait Gallery, St Martin's Place [London]) to Mrs West [Lady Randolph Churchill] suggesting various portraits which might be used [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 19 Jul 1901
CHAR 28/77/17 Letter from Sir Lionel Cust (National Portrait Gallery, St Martin's Place [London]) to Mrs West [Lady Randolph Churchill] informing her that the Lord Chamberlain [5th Lord Clarendon] has given permission for the use of a Gainsborough sketch [in the Anglo Saxon Review] and saying that he is going to Scotland, commenting I "shall be glad to get to a place where royal palaces and pictures are not to be found" [a reference to his role as Surveyor of King Edward VII's pictures]. 31 Jul 1901
CHAR 28/77/18 Letter from Sir Lionel Cust (National Portrait Gallery, St Martin's Place [London]) to Mrs West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he would be glad to continue assisting her with the Anglo Saxon Review although he requests that [William Earl] Hodgson should give him plenty of notice. 23 Oct 1901
CHAR 28/77/19 Letter from Cyril Davenport (The British Museum, London) to [William Earl] Hodgson discussing the binding of [the Anglo Saxon Review] and informing him that he has recommended Mrs Stuart Wortley to contact him about her article. 19 Jan 1901
CHAR 28/77/20 Letter from Cyril Davenport (The Burlington Fine Arts Club, 17 Savile Row [London]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] enclosing the proof of a binding [for the Anglo Saxon Review] and requesting that she should "hurry up" Mr Leighton [the binder]. 25 Jan 1901
CHAR 28/77/21 Letter from Cyril Davenport (The British Museum, London) to [William Earl] Hodgson asking for directions to Rupert Street. 28 Jan 1901
CHAR 28/77/22 Letter from Cyril Davenport (The British Museum, London) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] suggesting that he should write an article about English Coronations [for the Anglo Saxon Review] in which he could include the point that the crown of [King Edward VII] should include the mark of India as one of the colonies. 29 Jan 1901
CHAR 28/77/23 Letter from Cyril Davenport to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he undertakes to write an article about English coronations [for the Anglo Saxon Review] and discusses possible illustrations. 31 Jan 1901
CHAR 28/77/24 Letter from Cyril Davenport (The British Museum, London) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he suggests that she should seek information from King [Edward VII] concerning the changes in the royal regalia which could be included [in the Anglo Saxon Review] commenting that Queen Victoria allowed him to write a similar article. 22 Feb 1901
CHAR 28/77/25 Letter from Cyril Davenport (The British Museum, London) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he suggests that Sir Walter Birch might write an article about the great seals of England [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 09 Mar 1901
CHAR 28/77/26 Letter from Cyril Davenport (The Burlington Arts Club, 17 Savile Row [London]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] discussing arrangements to come and see her. 11 Mar 1901
CHAR 28/77/27 Letter from Cyril Davenport (The British Museum London) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] suggesting that she might like an article about snuff boxes [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 24 Apr 1901
CHAR 28/77/28 Telegram from [Cyril] Davenport to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] concerning illustrations [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 21 May 1901
CHAR 28/77/29 Letter from Cyril Davenport (The British Museum, London) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] concerning illustrations of snuff boxes [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 22 May 1901
CHAR 28/77/30 Letter from Cyril Davenport (The British Museum, London) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] suggesting that she might include a piece about the work of Emile Fuchs in the Anglo Saxon Review, although he comments that this may not meet with the approval of [Sir Lionel] Cust. 16 May 1901
CHAR 28/77/31 Letter from Cyril Davenport (The British Museum, London) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] asking whether she could obtain permission from [King Edward VII] to publish a book about alterations to the royal regalia in view of the inclusion of the Koh-i-Neor being included in the crown and suggesting that she might alternatively include a piece in the Anglo Saxon Review. 16 May 1901
CHAR 28/77/32 Letter from Ellen Thorneycroft Fowles (Woodthorne, Wolverhampton [Staffordshire]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] asking permission to include her story "A Miniature Mollusc", published in the Anglo Saxon Review, in a book of her short stories. 08 Jan 1901
CHAR 28/77/33 Letter from John Fyvie (Rosslyn, Swanage Road, Wandsworth Common [London]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he expresses regret at the news that the Anglo Saxon Review may not continue and reminds her that he would like to be paid for his article ["The Most Gorgeous Lady Blessington"]. 09 Jan 1902
CHAR 28/77/34 Letter from Richard Garnett (27 Tanza Road, Hampstead [London]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he asks permission to include his article about Shelley, published in the Anglo Saxon Review, in a future book. 07 Mar 1901
CHAR 28/77/35 Letter from R B Cuninghame Graham (7 Sloane Street [London]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he asks permission to include two stories, published in the Anglo Saxon Review, in a future book. 23 Feb 1902
CHAR 28/77/36 Letter from E Vincent Heward (29 Baalbeck Road, Highbury [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill enclosing a paper on the planet Venus for consideration by the Anglo Saxon Review. He also comments on the "mutilation" of his previous article by [William Earl] Hodgson. 15 Jul 1902
CHAR 28/77/37 Letter from E Vincent Heward (Harold Dene, Westgate on Sea [Kent]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] reminding her about his paper on the planet Venus which he would like to be considered for the Anglo Saxon Review. 12 Jan 1902
CHAR 28/77/38 Letter from E Vincent Heward (Harold Dene, Westgate on Sea [Kent]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he thanks her for her letter and expresses approval for her decision to sell the Anglo Saxon Review more cheaply. 15 Jan 1902
CHAR 28/77/39 Letter from Robert Hichens (Taorimina, Sicily) to [William Earl Hodgson] asking to be paid for his article "The City in the Sand" which appeared in the Anglo Saxon Review. 09 Dec 1901
CHAR 28/77/40 Letter from Charlotte Knollys [Bedchamber Woman to Queen Victoria] (Sandringham, Norfolk) to Mrs West [Lady Randolph Churchill] enclosing a signed photograph [not present] of Queen Victoria [for the Anglo Saxon Review] and stressing that Hiss Hughes, the owner of the photograph, has stipulated that individual copies of it should not be produced. 15 May [1900]
CHAR 28/77/41 Letter from Francis Knollys (Marlborough House, Pall Mall [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill enclosing a photograph [not present] of King [Edward VII] which the King hopes she will keep. 19 Feb 1901
CHAR 28/77/42 Letter from Francis Knollys (Marlborough House, Pall Mall [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill thanking her on behalf of King [Edward VII] for a "photogravures" of a portrait which appeared in the Anglo Saxon Review. 17 May 1901
CHAR 28/77/43 Letter from G S Layard (South Cottage, Felixstowe [Suffolk]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] suggesting an illustration for the Anglo Saxon Review and reminding her that he has not been paid for his last article. 25 Oct 1901
CHAR 28/77/44 Letter from Andre Lichtenberger (Musee Social, 5 Rue Las-cases, Paris [France]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] suggesting that an article about the later years of the Duchess of Portsmouth might be suitable for the Anglo Saxon Review and discussing the translation and illustration of such an article. 11 Feb 1901
CHAR 28/77/45 Letter from Andre Lichtenberger (Musee Social, 5 Rue Las-cases, Paris [France]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] discussing possible illustrations of the Duchess of Portsmouth [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 25 Feb 1901
CHAR 28/77/46 Letter from Andre Lichtenberger (Musee Social, 5 Rue Las-cases, Paris [France]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] discussing the delivery of an illustration of the Duchess of Portsmouth [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 02 Mar 1901
CHAR 28/77/47 Letter from Andre Lichtenberger (Paris [France]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] explaining iconographic documents relating to the Duchess of Portsmouth [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 02 Mar 1901
CHAR 28/77/48 Letter from Andre Lichtenberger (Musee Social, 5 Rue Las-Cases, Paris [France]) to [?Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he thanks her for copies [of the Anglo Saxon Review], comments on his disappointment that his article [about the Duchess of Portsmouth] was not illustrated and suggests that she might be interested in an article about the Duke of Monmouth. 25 Mar 1901
CHAR 28/77/49 Letter from Andre Lichtenberger (Musee Social, 5 Rue Las-Cases, Paris [France]) to [William Earl Hodgson] asking for payment for his article in the Anglo Saxon Review. 26 Apr 1901
CHAR 28/77/50 Letter from Andre Lichtenberger (Musee Social, 5 Rue Las-Cases, Paris [France]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] discussing the amount which he and his colleague, M J Lemoine, were paid for their article about the Duchess of Portsmouth in the Anglo Saxon Review and suggesting that she might be interested in a piece about [John 1st] Duke of Marlborough and the Duke of Monmouth. 28 Apr 1901
CHAR 28/77/51 Letter from Andre Lichtenberger (Musee Social, 5 Rue Las-Cases, Paris [France]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] returning the corrected proofs [not present] of his article [about the Duchess of Portsmouth for the Anglo Saxon Review] and discussing the translation. 06 May 1901
CHAR 28/77/52 Letter from Andre Lichtenberger (Musee Social, 5 Rue Las-Cases, Paris [France]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he and his colleague, M Lemoine, have discovered archives relating to the second marriage of King James II and suggests the topics they could include in an article [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 26 Jun 1901
CHAR 28/77/53 Letter from Andre Lichtenberger (Musee Social, 5 Rue Las-Cases, Paris [France]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he thanks her for her letter, says that he will prepare an article for the Anglo Saxon Review and discusses his intention to have a holiday before starting work on it. 22 Jul 1901
CHAR 28/77/54 Letter from Andre Lichtenberger (Musee Social, 5 Rue Las-Cases, Paris [France]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he has started work on his article about the second marriage of the Duke of York, King James II, and discusses its translation [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 08 Oct 1901
CHAR 28/77/55 Letter from Andre Lichtenberger (Musee Social, 5 Rue Las-Cases, Paris [France]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he has sent his article about the second marriage of the Duke of York [King James II] and discusses options to shorten it [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 14 Oct 1901
CHAR 28/77/56 Letter from Sidney Low (2 Durham Place, Chelsea [London]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he would be sorry to "abandon all connections" with the Anglo Saxon Review and promises to send her an article about Pringle "The Poet of South Africa". 03 May 1901
CHAR 28/77/57 Letter from Sidney Low (2 Durham Place, Chelsea [London]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he refers to an article in the Anglo Saxon Review and says that he has sent his article "The Poet of South Africa". 21 May 1901
CHAR 28/77/58 Letter from A Lyttelton to Mrs West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he is unhappy about her telegram and that he is unable to write an article [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 19 May 1901
CHAR 28/77/59 Letter from Herbert Maxwell (Salzcraggie Lodge, Helmsdale [Sutherlandshire, Scotland]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he asks whether she would be interested in an article about the improvement in the army under Queen Victoria [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 24 Feb 1901
CHAR 28/77/60 Letter from Herbert Maxwell (Salzcraggie Lodge, Helmsdale [Sutherlandshire, Scotland]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he promises to send her an article [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 01 Mar 1901
CHAR 28/77/61 Letter from A Bernard Miall (Heatherleigh, Polworth Road, Streatham [London]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he has received a play by Maurice Maeterlinck and asks whether she would like him to translate it [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 10 Feb 1901
CHAR 28/77/62 Letter from A Bernard Miall (3 Tremedoc Road, Clapham Road [London]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] discussing a play by Maurice Maeterlinck and alterations which the author would like to make before it is translated [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 15 Feb 1901
CHAR 28/77/63 Letter from A Bernard Miall (3 Tremedoc Road, Clapham Road [London]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] enclosing a note from Maurice Maeterlinck [see CHAR 28/77/W64] and discussing submission of his translation of the play [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 18 Feb 1901
CHAR 28/77/64 Letter from A Bernard Miall (3 Tremedoc Road, Clapham [London]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he expresses surprise at her decision not to include his translation of a play [by Maurice Maeterlinck] in the Anglo Saxon Review and asks her to estimate the amount of space it would occupy when she receives the manuscript. 19 Feb [1901]
CHAR 28/77/W64 Letter from [Maurice Maeterlinck](69 Rue Raynouard, Paris [France]) to [A Bernard Miall] discussing his work on the revised first act of his play. Covering letter at CHAR 28/77/63. 16 Feb [1901]
CHAR 28/77/65 Letter from A Bernard Miall (3 Tremedoc Road, Clapham [London]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] enclosing the first act of a play by Maurice Maeterlinck entitled "Ariadne and Bluebeard" for consideration for the Anglo Saxon Review and discussing his dependence on receiving payment for it. 01 Mar 1901
CHAR 28/77/66 Letter from A Bernard Miall (3 Tremedoc Road, Clapham [London]) to [William Earl Hodgson] discussing the submission of a play by Maurice Maeterlinck entitled "Ariadne and Bluebeard" to the Fortnightly [Review] and asking about remuneration. 09 Mar 1901
CHAR 28/77/67 Letter from A Bernard Miall (Norfolk Hospital, Harrington Road, South Kensington [London]) to [William Earl Hodgson] in which he says that he did not receive a letter refusing [his translation of a play by Maurice Maeterlinck entitled "Ariadne and Bluebeard"] for the Anglo Saxon Review. 18 Apr 1901
CHAR 28/77/68 Letter from Hugh Glazean Reid (Dollis Hill [London]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he expresses disappointment at the news that the Anglo Saxon Review has been discontinued. 30 Oct 1901
CHAR 28/77/69 Letter from Owen Scawen (The Tower House, Putney [London])to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] advising her about the publication [of the Anglo Saxon Review]. 21 Nov 1901
CHAR 28/77/70 Letter from George Bernard Shaw (Piccard's Cottage, St Catherine's, Guildford, Surrey) to [William Earl Hodgson] offering to write an article about Verdi for the Anglo Saxon Review, explaining that he became famous as a critic of music. 06 Mar 1901
CHAR 28/77/71 Letter from George Bernard Shaw (10 Adelphi Terrace [London) to William Earl Hodgson in which he suggests that the proofs of several of the articles from the Anglo Saxon Review (including his article "A word more about Verdi") should be circulated to the relevant "feuilletonists" to ensure a certain amount of publicity for the magazine which it might not otherwise receive because it is expensive. 19 Mar 1901
CHAR 28/77/72 Letter from George Bernard Shaw (10 Adelphi Terrace [London) to William Earl Hodgson in which he apologises for not having had time to send a list of critics, suggests the names of several people whom he might contact and comments on the correction of the proofs of his article ["A word more about Verdi" for the Anglo Saxon Review], commenting "Ballantyne made a few howlers...but as the subject was only music I dare say nobody was any the wiser". 05 Apr 1901
CHAR 28/77/73 Letter from Alfred [?Sutis] (3 Hare Court, Temple [London]) to [?Pearl Craigie] discussing a translation by A Bernard Miall of a play by Maurice Maeterlinck in which Lady Randolph Churchill expressed an interest for the Anglo Saxon Review. 06 Jun [1901]
CHAR 28/77/74 Letter from Alfred [?Sutis] (3 Hare Court, Temple [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill discussing the high price asked for [a translation by A Bernard Miall of a play by Maurice] Maeterlinck and suggesting that it could be reduced to 75 pounds. 14 Jun [1901]
CHAR 28/77/75 Letter from Alfred [?Sutis] (3 Hare Court, Temple [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill asking whether she has decided to accept [a translation by A Bernard Miall of] a play by [Maurice] Maeterlinck [for inclusion in the Anglo Saxon Review]. 24 Jun [1901]
CHAR 28/77/76 Letter from Alfred [?Sutis] (3 Hare Court, Temple [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill accepting her offer of 7 pounds for [a translation by A Bernard Miall of] a play by Maurice Maeterlinck [for inclusion in the Anglo Saxon Review]. 28 May [1901]
CHAR 28/77/77 Letter from Alfred [?Sutis] (3 Hare Court, Temple [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill asking whether she would be interested in publishing his play in the Anglo Saxon Review. 13 Aug [1901]
CHAR 28/77/78 Letter from Alfred [?Sutis] (Gothic House, Drayton, Abingdon [Oxfordshire]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] asking whether she would be interested in publishing his translation of a play by Maurice Maeterlinck [in the Anglo Saxon Review]. 22 Aug [1901]
CHAR 28/77/79 Letter from Alfred [?Sutis] (3 Hare Copurt, Temple [London]) to William Earl Hodgson in which he says that he is glad that he likes his play and promises to correct the proofs promptly [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 09 Sep [1901]
CHAR 28/77/80 Letter from Alfred [?Sutis] (3 Hare Court, Temple [London]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] discussing the translation of a play by Maurice Maeterlinck [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 04 Oct [1901]
CHAR 28/77/81 Copy of a letter from Queen Victoria (Windsor Castle) to [Lord Nevill] thanking him for a statuette of her "dear, valued and devoted friend and counsellor Lord Beaconsfield". Annotated "copy of letter from the Queen". 02 May 1881
CHAR 28/77/82 Letter from [Lady] Jersey (Middleton Park, Bicester [Oxfordshire]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] discussing the revision of the proofs of her article ["The Sikhs and their Golden Temple" for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 20 Feb 1901
CHAR 28/77/83 Letter from Francis Watt (1A Middle Temple Lane, The Middle Temple [London]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] asking whether he may reuse the plate which was used to illustrate his article in the Anglo Saxon Review. 23 Dec 1901
CHAR 28/77/84 Letter from Francis Watt (1A Middle Temple Lane, The Middle Temple [London]) to [?Pearl Craigie] discussing arrangements to reuse the plate [which was used to illustrate his article in the Anglo Saxon Review]. 09 Jan 1901
CHAR 28/77/85 Letter from Francis Watt (1A Middle Temple Lane, The Middle Temple [London]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he will remind his publisher, John Lane, to return the plate [which was used to illustrate his article in the Anglo Saxon Review]. 30 Jun 1902
CHAR 28/77/86 Letter from [Walter] Theodore Watts-Dunton (The Pines, Putney Hill [London]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] asking whether she could write a cheque to replace that sent to Swinburne. 03 May 1901
CHAR 28/77/87 Letter from [Walter] Theodore Watts-Dunton (The Pines, Putney Hill [London]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he would be delighted to contribute an article to [the Anglo Saxon Review] which he compliments her on and encloses a receipt [not present] from Swinburne. 14 Jun 1901
CHAR 28/77/88-89 Letter from W Courtney (53 Belsize Park [London]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] advising her on the appropriate price for the Anglo Saxon Review, suggesting that Chapman and Hall might be prepared to publish it and recommending Arthur Waugh. Signed typescript. 20 Jan 1902
CHAR 28/77/90 Letter from Lord Ronald Sullivan Graves (Devonshire Club, St James' [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that William Earl Hodgson has promised that his article for the Anglo Saxon Review will be returned to him and says that he hopes that the magazine will continue. 04 Nov 1901