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|CHAR 8/22/24||Letter from Joseph Chamberlain (40 Prince's Gardens [London]) to WSC, thanking him for a note and stating that he had no objection to the publication of a letter from Lord Randolph Churchill to Lord Salisbury [in WSC's biography of his father]. Chamberlain adds that as it was such a long time ago, he did not remember the details of his conversation with [Lord Randolph], though he did remember his meeting with him.||09 Nov 1905|