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25 CHAR 1/39/8 Letter from Beatrice Webb (later Lady Passfield), 41 Grosvenor Road, Westminster Embankment, London, to WSC, on working class feeling against taxes on food and its relation to the growth of socialism, recommending that he should consult Eduard Bernstein of Berlin. [14 Jul 1903]
25 CHAR 1/42/11-12 Letter from General Sir Bindon Blood, Rawalpindi, India, to WSC, on the Indian Army, and on the "fiscal controversy" in Britain. 15 Feb 1904
25 CHAR 2/3/25a Cutting from the Morning Post, report on speech by Sir Michael Hicks-Beach, Lord St Aldwyn to his constituents in Clifton, on the Education Bill, resistance to the payment of Rates, the growth of national expenditure and the reform of the Army and Navy. 30 Sep 1902
25 CHAR 2/7/14 Letter from Sir Edward Hamilton to WSC, opposing preferential trade conditions for the Colonies, which would lead to higher taxation at home. 16 Feb 1903
25 CHAR 2/7/17-19 Letter from T. Hallett Fry to WSC on Income Tax, suggesting higher taxation on unearned income and lower rates for earned income. 18 Mar 1903
25 CHAR 2/7/20-21 Letter from T. Hallett Fry to WSC on taxation. 12 Mar 1903
25 CHAR 2/7/38 Letter from Arthur Balfour [later Lord Balfour] to WSC, thanks for sending resolution passed by High Crompton Conservative Association on the Government's policy in abandoning the Corn Tax. 25 May 1903
25 CHAR 2/10/64-66 Letter from Sir Charles Trevelyan to WSC, on the possibility of him joining the Liberal Party, outlining the common ground between Unionist Free Traders and the Liberals, and also the differences such as Irish Home Rule, the liquor monopoly, local taxation, and state regulation of sweated industries. 31 Dec 1903
25 CHAR 2/15/20 Letter from Lord Pethick-Lawrence to WSC, sending copy of article on the taxation of foreign investments, [not preserved] asking for WSC's comments. 11 Jan 1904
25 CHAR 2/18/51-52 Letter from Sir John Brunner (Reform Club, [London]) to WSC on the need to reform the rating of land just outside the boundaries of towns. 19 Oct 1904
25 CHAR 2/18/69-71 Letter from Charles Trevelyan (Cambo, Northumberland) to WSC putting the case for the rating of land values. 12 Nov 1904
25 CHAR 2/24/84 Letter from J H Anderson (Lexham Gardens, [London]) to WSC congratulating him [on his appointment as Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies] and making suggestions for local taxation. Annotated in shorthand. 17 Dec [1905]
25 CHAR 2/31/3 Leaflets issued by the Liberal Publication Department, covering the budget of 1907, land reform and small holdings, registration of voters and Conservative proposals for Tariff Reform and the abolition of income tax. 6 items. 1907
25 CHAR 2/31/4 Printed circular letter issued by the Financial Reform Association (18 Hackins Hey, Liverpool) on the raising of revenue by direct and indirect taxation. 25 Apr 1907
25 CHAR 2/35/31 Letter from WSC (Board of Trade) to Edgar Harper [statistical officer to the London County Council] asking for responses to the argument that the special taxation of fixed charges like ground rents and mining royalties is invidious. Typescript copy. 10 Oct 1908
25 CHAR 2/35/44-48 Letter from Edgar Harper [statistical officer of the London County Council] (County Hall, Spring Gardens, [London]) to WSC considering the question of what kind of property should be taxed. Argues in favour of the equal taxation of all forms of land value and against the special taxation of particular forms such as mining royalties and ground rents. Signed typescript. 16 Oct 1908
25 CHAR 2/38/8-12 Letter from Arthur Witley (13 Westbourne Road, Huddersfield, [Yorkshire]) to WSC (House of Commons) regretting that WSC's recent letter in the Nation "betrays a tendency towards State Socialism". Gives his view of the distinction between a Radical and a Socialist and follows Henry George in advocating a system of taxation which distinguishes between value created by the community and that created by the individual, and the nationalisation of "all natural monopolies" such as transport services and utilities. Points to experience in New South Wales [Australia] and New Zealand to show that the taxation of land values rather than the setting of a minimum wage and working conditions is the answer to unemployment and poverty. Signed and annotated typescript. 10 Mar 1908
25 CHAR 2/38/26-28 Letter from Arthur Witley (13 Westborne Road, Huddersfield, [Yorkshire]) to WSC (House of Commons) advocating the taxation of land values, which he sees as a pre-requisite for Free Trade, and attacking taxation of capital and the earnings derived from it. Describes the good economic effects of the taxation of land values in New Zealand and New South Wales [Australia] and urges the Government to take on the House of Lords by including such taxation in the Budget. Signed typescript. 07 Apr 1908
25 CHAR 2/39/46-47 Letter from Ivor Guest [later Lord Ashby St Ledgers and Lord Wimborne (2nd baron, 1st viscount] (Wimborne House, Arlington Street, [London]) to WSC on how the new rates of death duties and their retrospective character will effect him (Guest) personally. 04 May 1909
25 CHAR 2/39/47-49 Letter from George C West (5 Austin Friars, London) to WSC pointing out that potential mortgagees have been deterred from making advances on land because of the proposal in the Finance Bill to tax land values. Cites the particular case of the Ruthin Castle Estates [Denbighshire, Wales]. Signed and annotated typescript. 04 May 1909
25 CHAR 2/39/55-56 Letter from Violet, Lady Savile (Rufford Abbey, Ollerton, Nottinghamshire) to WSC enclosing a cartoon criticising the Government's taxation policy [see CHAR 2/39/57] and complaining about the annual taxation of the value of unextracted minerals and declaring that reduced income will force her and 2nd Lord Savile to shut Rufford. 09 May [1909]
25 CHAR 2/39/57 Cutting: cartoon of man sitting on empty bed-frame with a long list of taxes and the caption: "An Englishman's home - if this government lasts much longer." Sent with CHAR 2/39/55-56. [May 1909]
25 CHAR 2/39/58 Letter from William ? (Treasury Chambers) to "Jim" [?] commenting on points raised by Lady Savile on the annual taxation of the value of unextracted minerals as it relates to coal on Lord Savile's Rufford Abbey Estate [Ollerton, Nottinghamshire]. 14 May [1909]
25 CHAR 2/39/102-104 Letter from Ivor Guest [later Lord Ashby St Ledgers and Lord Wimborne (2nd baron, 1st viscount)] (Ashby St Ledgers, Rugby, [Warwickshire]) to WSC discussing the effect of David Lloyd George's oratory and the Government's radical taxation policies. Thinks that WSC and Lloyd George have "started in a path which leads into the unknown". 12 Oct 1909
25 CHAR 2/41/1 Letter from Robert Chalmers [Assistant Secretary at the Treasury] (19 Earl's Terrace, Kensington, [London]) to WSC answering WSC's queries about the taxation of agricultural land, the qualification for old age pensions of those in receipt of poor relief, and rate relief. 25 Jul 1909
25 CHAR 2/41/2-3 Report on the large increase in the income of local landowners (unearned by them) arising from the development of the coalfield in the Aber Valley near Caerphilly [Glamorgan, Wales], and the exemption of this income from local taxation, which the Budget seeks to remedy. Annotated typescript. [1909]
25 CHAR 2/41/4-5 Report on the large royalties and increase in land values benefitting 1st Lord Plymouth, the owner of the land on which the Barry Dock near Cardiff [Wales] has been built, and the intention in the Budget to tax this unearned income. Typescript. [1909]
25 CHAR 2/41/10-13 Letter from [WSC] to David Lloyd George arguing that landowners should be given the option of paying death duties in land. Typescript copy. 13 Aug 1909
25 CHAR 2/41/14-17 Notes by Crompton Llewelyn Davies on duties on minerals and on a call at the annual conference of the Scottish miners for the taxation of coal royalties received by landowners. 09 Jul 1909
25 CHAR 2/41/25-32 Notes [by Crompton Llewelyn Davies] on bills for the taxation of land values considered by Parliament between 1902 and 1908. [Jul 1909]
25 CHAR 2/41/33 Extract from the speech in 1903 of Thomas Shaw (later Lord Shaw) on Thomas Macnamara's Land Values Bill giving examples of inflated prices of land used for public works in Edinburgh [Scotland]. Annotated typescript. [1909]
25 CHAR 2/41/38-42 Statement by Edgar Harper [statistical officer of the London County Council] of the case for the taxation of mineral royalties. 05 Aug 1909
25 CHAR 2/41/45-47 Memorandum by Edgar Harper [statistical officer of the London County Council] arguing that a uniform rate on land values is preferable to a uniform tax. Typescript annotated by [?Sydney Buxton, later Lord Buxton, that the issue is best not dealt with during the election]. 30 Jul 1912
25 CHAR 2/42/10 Letter from Otto Ernst Niemeyer (Treasury) to Edward Marsh enclosing and commenting on notes on taxes levied by the Empire and the Federal States in Germany [see CHAR 2/42/11-12]. 01 May 1909
25 CHAR 2/42/11-12 Notes by Otto Ernst Niemeyer on taxes levied by the Empire and the Federal States in Germany. Sent with CHAR 2/42/10. 01 May 1909
25 CHAR 2/42/82 Printed table with manuscript additions showing the revenues derived from indirect and direct taxation and the amount of tax revenue per head of population from 1874/5 to 1909/10. [1909]
25 CHAR 2/42/83 Table showing present and proposed rates of duties on licences taken out by grocers. Typescript. [1909]
25 CHAR 2/42/85 Note on the taxation of land values. [1909]
25 CHAR 2/42/88 Extract from the speech of Lord Chatham on 15 January 1766 asserting the sole right of the Houe of Commons to grant taxation. Typescript with manuscript heading. [1909]
25 CHAR 2/42/94 Note by Sir Robert Chalmers [Chairman of the Board of Inland Revenue] on the relief recently granted by the Government to payers of income tax. Typescript and manuscript. 12 Jul 1909
25 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
25 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
25 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
25 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]
25 CHAR 2/51/16 Letter from Robert Chalmers (Board of Inland Revenue) to Edward Marsh reporting that the Chancellor of the Exchequer [David Lloyd George] did not in 1909 favour the exemption of estates from estate duty for 25 years because the loss of revenue could not be afforded "in these spacious days of social reform.". 08 Jan 1911
25 CHAR 2/51/63 Letter from Samuel Smethurst [president of the National Federation of Building Trades Employers of Great Britain and Ireland] (Coldhurst House, Longsight, Oldham, [Lancashire]) to WSC referring to his forthcoming meeting with WSC and enclosing and commenting on three documents on unemployment insurance [see CHAR 2/51/64-73]. Mentions his letter to the Chancellor of the Exchequer [David Lloyd George] before the general election on amendments to the land tax clauses in the Finance Bill in favour of the building industry. 14 Mar 1911
25 CHAR 2/62/79-81 Letter from Edward Langdon, president of the Manchester Chamber of Commerce] (16 Oxford Street, Manchester), to WSC complaining of the excessive tax burden placed upon the business community by the current high expenditure on armaments. Signed and annotated typescript. Sent with CHAR 2/62/77-78. 06 Oct 1913
25 CHAR 2/70/7 Return to a House of Commons order for 'statements showing the amount of tax payable on certain incomes, and the virtual rate charged in the pound, under the existing law, and under proposals made by the Chancellor of the Exchequer on 21 September 1915.'. 21 Sep 1915
25 CHAR 2/72/30-31 Letter from Lord Fisher [earlier Sir John Fisher] (36 Berkeley Square, [London]) to Admiral Sir John Jellicoe [later Lord Jellicoe] on: a request from Sir Maurice de Bunsen that Fisher put his name to a press interview praising the military conduct of the war [see CHAR 2/72/33-34]; the loss of valuable plant from the United States resulting from the sinking of the White Star vessel Cymric, which should have travelled in convoy; the stationing of British destroyers in the Mediterranean; the lending by Britain of mercantile shipping to Italy even though the latter has not declared war on Germany; the increasing prosperity of the poor and the high taxation of the rich; the "fleecing" of Britain by her allies; the waste of British manpower in non-combatant jobs. Typescript copy. 30 May 1916
25 CHAR 2/106/22-24 Letter from WSC (War Office) to [David Lloyd George] on the need to form the Cabinet, to tax war profits, to cut Government spending, to define future role of the Army, Navy and Air Force and assign the appropriate resources, to check unnecessary spending by the Admiralty, preferably by bringing the Navy as well as the other two services under a Ministry of Defence. Copy in WSC's hand. 04 Aug 1919
25 CHAR 2/106/36 Cutting from the Manchester Guardian: article by Hartley Withers on the failure of David Lloyd George to announce measures to tackle the country's economic problems and on the need for higher taxation to restrain consumption and reduce war profits, and to tackle the depreciation of the currency. Sent by Sir Ernest Cassel. 26 Aug 1919
25 CHAR 2/106/38-41 Notes on the need to impose a levy on excessive war profits in order to reduce the National Debt. Typescript copy. [Aug] [1919]
25 CHAR 2/106/42-59 Speech by Leonard Franklin to the London Liberal Federation in favour of a levy on excess war profits to reduce the National Debt. [1918]
25 CHAR 2/106/60-61 "Notes on the levy on war profits as against the levy on capital generally.". [1919]
25 CHAR 2/112/1-9 Statement by [? WSC] arguing that a forced loan rather than taxation would be the best way to reduce the National Debt. [1920]
25 CHAR 2/112/10-28 Statement of the case in favour of a capital levy on war fortunes to reduce the National Debt. Carbon copies at CHAR 2/112/29-47 and 48-66. [1920]
25 CHAR 2/116/1-3 Letter from John St Loe Strachey (Newlands Corner, Merrow Downs, Guildford, [Surrey]) to WSC arguing that WSC is the one member of the present Government who could lead a new administration pledged to the reduction of taxation, which is vital in the country's current parlous financial position. 01 Aug 1921
25 CHAR 2/118/102-103 Letter from William Hill (Dorland House, 16 Regent Street, London) to WSC enclosing a copy of his reply to an invitation to attend a National Liberal Club meeting to celebrate the Irish settlement [see CHAR 2/118/104-114], describing his scheme for the formation of a chartered company for the economic development of Greece and warning that in the event of a general election high taxes and unemployment may benefit the Labour Party. 30 Dec 1921
25 CHAR 2/121/88 Cutting from the Scotsman: lecture by Professor J Shield Nicholson of Edinburgh University on the economic situation. Sent with CHAR 2/121/87. 15 Mar 1922
25 CHAR 2/132/22-25 Letter from W M Pressly (Hawthorn Bank, Scarcroft Road, York) to WSC outlining the policies of his proposed "Progressive Party",including penny postage, cheaper foodstuffs and reduced income tax funded by a tax on betting and national and Empire lotteries. 19 Jan 1924
25 CHAR 2/136/40 Letter from Arthur O Fisher (Wanley House, Eastergate, Chichester, [Sussex]) to WSC congratulating him on his appointment as Chancellor of the Exchequer and hoping that he will return to the gold standard, relieve the tax burden on the middle classes, and curb "the overpaid socialistic Board School teachers" who are "turning out young Socialists wholesale and automatically". Suggests that if the "dole" were paid out early each morning the current apparent unemployment would be reduced by thirty per cent. 08 Nov 1924
25 CHAR 2/136/100 Letter from [WSC] to [Ethel] Lady Desborough on a tax question relating to a charity with which Lady Desborough is connected. Carbon typescript copy. 09 Dec 1924
25 CHAR 2/136/124-126 Letter from WSC to Lord Carson [earlier Sir Edward Carson] (Cleve Court, Minster, Thanet, [Kent]) on: some "damaging admissions" by Herbert Asquith [later 1st Lord Oxford and Asquith]; the need to preserve the Government's unity by keeping discussion of fiscal policy "within limits which everyone can understand"; the current opportunity to "steady" Egypt and India and consolidate the social structure at home; the improving economic situation; WSC's efforts to reduce direct taxation; housing; the possibilities of contributory insurance; WSC's belief that by 1929 the benefits of Government policies ought to be apparent enough to secure them a second term; the forthcoming visit to Chartwell of Carson and Lord Balfour [earlier Arthur Balfour]. Carbon typescript copy. 31 Dec 1924
25 CHAR 2/141/5 Letter from 1st Lord D'Abernon (British Embassy, Berlin, [Germany]) to WSC expressing regret that WSC cannot visit, enclosing and commenting on a note on taxation of betting [not present] and thanking him for his congratulations [on his Viscountcy, see CHAR 2/141/6]. 13 Jan 1925
25 CHAR 2/141/40-41 Letter from [? 1st Lord Rothermere, earlier Sir Harold Harmsworth] (La Dragonniere, Cap Martin, [France]) to WSC urging him to "spread terror and disarray in the ranks of the squandermaniacs", arguing that since revenues from heavy industry are declining any tax reductions made now will have to be reversed in 1927 or 1926, asserting that Britain's traditional "leisurely" economic methods are unsuited to the new era of intense competition, claiming that the Bricklayers' Union has caused overmanning in the trade compared with that in France and drawing a similar comparison between the numbers of government ministers in the two countries. 12 Feb 1925
25 CHAR 2/142/91 Letter from George Lambert [later Lord Lambert] (35 Grosvenor Road, Westminster, [London]) to WSC reporting that he blessed him when he paid his super tax but noting that press reaction has been hostile. Approves the appointment of Edward Wood [later Lord Irwin and Lord Halifax] as Viceroy of India. 05 Nov 1925
25 CHAR 2/145/3-4 Edition of "John O'London's Weekly" including article by Lord Riddell [earlier Sir George Riddell] on the views of Secretary of the United States Treasury on taxation. 31 Jan 1925
25 CHAR 2/145/5 Leaflet published by the United Committee for the Taxation of Land Values: "What the Chancellor of the Exchequer has said", containing previous statements by WSC in favour of the taxation of land values. [1925]
25 CHAR 2/147/62 Cutting from the "Yorkshire Observer": speech by Sir John Simon [later Lord Simon] criticising Government policy on taxation and public spending and the obstructed negotiations for the admission of Germany into the League of Nations. Sent with CHAR 2/147/62. 20 Mar 1926
25 CHAR 2/151/99 Letter from W Stimpson, president of the Manchester Chamber of Commerce, to WSC expressing the approval of himself and his colleagues for the Budget, particularly the determination to maintain the Sinking Fund and not to raise taxation. 12 Apr 1927
25 CHAR 2/152/130 Letter from [9th Duke of Marlborough] (Blenheim) to WSC on: WSC's query about the King of Egypt; the formation of a committee of the House of Commons to decide what constitutes a money bill with regard to its passage through the House of Lords; Marlborough's belief that WSC should enforce economy in government departments rather than impose new forms of taxation. Encloses CHAR 2/152/131. 03 Jul 1927
25 CHAR 2/153/76-78 Letter from Spencer Perceval to [2nd Lord Harrowby] on taxation and government borrowing. Typescript copy sent with CHAR 2/153/75. [1812]
25 CHAR 2/157/27 Cutting from the "Times": James Ramsay MacDonald's and Philip Snowden's Trade unions policy on the taxation of betting. Sent with CHAR 2/157/28. 06 Feb 1928
25 CHAR 2/158/5-6 Letter from W F Charles, governing director of Zenobia Ltd, perfumers and soap makers (Woodgate, Loughborough [Leicestershire]) sending samples of his firm's products, denying the claim of Philip Snowden [later Lord Snowden] that British perfumers enjoy tax advantages over French ones and suggesting that a tax be levied on all foreign advertisements in English publications. 04 May 1928
25 CHAR 2/158/11 Letter from [CSC] to W F Charles (Zenobia Ltd, Woodgate, Loughborough, [Leicestershire]) praising the samples of his firm's perfumes, soaps and fancy cases which he sent and agreeing that it would be a good idea to tax foreign advertisements. Carbon typescript copy. 12 May 1928
25 CHAR 2/159/100-103 Letter from [WSC] to 1st Lord Rothermere [earlier Sir Harold Harmsworth] denying that the new young female voters are predominantly left-wing or that there is a general move towards Socialism in Britain, asserting that if Rothermere or Lord Beaverbrook [earlier Sir Max Aitken] brought about the return of the Socialists it would overturn all the policies they have stood for and lead to a great increase in direct taxation, and defending de-rating against Rothermere's criticisms. Carbon typescript copy. 14 Nov 1928
25 CHAR 2/164/2-3 Letter from Lord Derby (Derby House, Stratford Place, [London]) to WSC urging him to reconsider the matter of the betting tax because it is doing the Conservatives great electoral damage. 23 Feb 1929
25 CHAR 2/164/6 Letter from WSC to "Eddie" [Lord Derby] on the political difficulties caused to the Government by the betting tax. Typescript copy. Carbon copy at CHAR 2/164/7. 27 Feb 1929
25 CHAR 2/164/11 Letter from Lord Derby (Derby House, Stratford Place, [London]) to WSC agreeing that the Labour Party have acted foolishly in welcoming the support of the bookmakers over the betting tax and expressing confidence that WSC will do his best to deal with the unpopularity of the tax among the Government's supporters. 01 Mar 1929
25 CHAR 2/164/81-82 Letter from [WSC] to Lord Balfour [earlier Arthur Balfour] reporting that the Government's surplus for the ending financial year will be greater than forecast and will go towards the remission of rates. Carbon typescript copy. 29 Mar 1929
25 CHAR 2/166/43 Suggested reply for Conservative candidates to a question on exemptions from income tax of contributions to widows' and orphans' endowment funds. 1929
25 CHAR 2/166/56 Suggested reply for Conservative candidates to a question on the taxation of land values. 1929
25 CHAR 2/166/61 Suggested reply for Conservative candidates to a question on rating relief for amateur cricket and sports club grounds. 1929
25 CHAR 2/166/76 Suggested reply for Conservative candidates to a question on the abolition of the entertainments tax. 1929
25 CHAR 2/167/7 Table showing the changes in rateable values and rates between 1928/9 and 1929/30 in various county boroughs and county districts. [May] [1929]
25 CHAR 2/167/8-10 Minute by Sir Alfred Hurst to James Grigg on the proposed scheme of rating reform, particularly as it would effect London and parishes in the Epping Division of Essex. 03 May [1929]
25 CHAR 2/167/11 Note from [WSC] to [James Grigg] asking for clarification of figures on the rating of places in his constituency [Epping, Essex] produced by Sir Alfred Hurst. 03 May 1929
25 CHAR 2/172 Public and political: amendments in committee to the Finance Bill. 1930
25 CHAR 2/172/1-51 Amendments and explanatory memoranda relating to the Finance Bill. 1930
25 CHAR 2/172/52 The Finance Bill. 1930
25 CHAR 2/180A/40-45 Letter from R P Cobbold (Wakes Colne Hall, near Colchester, Essex) to WSC congratulating him on his speech in Manchester on India, criticising the Betting Tax and the extension of the vote to women under 30, claiming that the Indian National Congress extracts financial contributions by threats, criticising the Viceroy [of India, Lord Irwin, earlier Edward Wood, later 1st Lord Halifax] as a visionary, asserting the need for summary justice to be imposed in India against disorder, and suggesting that WSC get the governments of France, Germany or Italy to write an official letter in support of British rule in India. 31 Jan 1931
25 CHAR 2/240A/22-23 Letter from Ian Colvin, (the Morning Post, Tudor Street, London), to WSC, giving the source of a quotation by Austen Chamberlain [former Secretary of State for India] about how foolish Lancashire would be to "boggle at a paltry four per cent India tariff against cotton imports", which was said in the House of Commons, 14 March 1917. 28 Jan 1935
25 CHAR 2/240A/24-25 Letter from Ian Colvin, (the Morning Post, Tudor Street, London), to WSC, on the Times report of a deputation from Lancashire which met Austen Chamberlain, [former Secretary of State for India], 13 March 1917 on the subject of Indian duties on cotton. 29 Jan 1935
25 CHAR 2/240B/114-118 Letter from Katharine, Duchess of Atholl, (98 Elm Park Gardens, London SW10) to WSC, enclosing a memorandum written after the Burma debate in the House of Commons, on the continuation of high duties on British cotton goods in Burma, in spite of the proposed separation from India. 08 May 1935
25 CHAR 2/241B/140-142 Letter from Harold Robinson, Chairman, India Defence League, Lancashire Group, (Royal London House, Deansgate, Manchester) to WSC, enclosing a cutting of his article from the Oldham Chronicle, "Lancashire Demands a Square Deal - Remove the Surcharges in Indian Tariff on Cotton Goods" and a pamphlet "Lancashire and India - The Manchester Chamber of Commerce's Policy on Indian Constitutional Reform - A Full Account of the Extraordinary General Meeting on 23 July 1934". Also commenting on a meeting with Randolph Churchill, who was looking far from well. 30 Mar 1935
25 CHAR 2/241B/172-173 Letter from Harold Robinson, [Chairman, Lancashire Group, India Defence League], to WSC, enclosing a reprint of his article from the Oldham Chronicle, 30 March 1935, "Lancashire Demands a Square Deal - Remove the Surcharges in Indian Tariff on Cotton Goods"; reporting that the article had been issued to all Lancashire MPs. 09 May 1935
25 CHAR 2/289 Public and Political: General: Cotton Spinning Industry Bill. 14 Jan 1936 - 13 Feb 1936
25 CHAR 2/296A-B Public and Political: General: Correspondence. 10 Jan 1935 - 30 Jun 1937
25 CHAR 2/591 Public and Political: General: Silk Duties. Apr 1932 - Nov 1932
25 CHAR 4/1A-B Political: Constituency: North West Manchester: Correspondence. 1904
25 CHAR 4/3 Political: Constituency: North West Manchester: Correspondence. 04 Jan 1905 - 29 Jun 1905
25 CHAR 4/13 Political: Constituency: North West Manchester: Correspondence. Correspondents include: Fred Brierley and T W Killick about the Free Trade League; William Royle, Chairman of the Manchester Liberal Federation (3); Dr J Dulberg about the Manchester Jewish community's reaction to the proposed Aliens Bill and female suffrage (2) and WSC's reply; Fred Burn, Secretary of the Manchester Liberal Federation (2) and N Jacobson about WSC's intervention in the capmaker's strike (2). Jan 1907 - Dec 1907
25 CHAR 6/1 Political: Constituency, out of seat: West Leicester election: correspondence. 13 Nov 1923 - 31 Dec 1923
25 CHAR 7/11 Political: Constituency, Epping [Essex]: correspondence C-E. Jan 1934 - Nov 1934
25 CHAR 7/13A-B Political: Constituency, Epping [Essex]: correspondence I-P. Jan 1934 - Dec 1934
25 CHAR 7/17A-B Political: Constituency, Epping [Essex]: correspondence D-G. Jan 1935 - Dec 1935
25 CHAR 7/26 Political: Constituency, Epping [Essex]: correspondence C-D. Jan 1936 - Dec 1936
25 CHAR 7/54 Political: Constituency, Epping [Essex]: correspondence C-D. 03 Jan 1939 - 27 Jul 1939
25 CHAR 7/58 Political: Constituency, Epping [Essex]: correspondence O-R. 03 Jan 1939 - 08 Aug 1939
25 CHAR 7/59A-B Political: Constituency, Epping [Essex]: correspondence S-T. 16 Nov 1938 - 14 Dec 1939
25 CHAR 7/61A-B Political: Constituency, Epping [Essex]: correspondence A. 15 Jun 1942 - 25 Jul 1945
25 CHAR 7/62A-B Political: Constituency, Epping [Essex]: correspondence Ba. 21 May 1941 - 26 Jul 1945
25 CHAR 7/65 Political: Constituency, Epping [Essex]: correspondence Ca. 10 Oct 1939 - 02 Jul 1945
25 CHAR 7/68A-B Political: Constituency, Epping [Essex]: correspondence Cr-Cu. 07 Oct 1939 - 12 Jul 1945
25 CHAR 7/69A-B Political: Constituency, Epping [Essex]: correspondence D-Ea. 11 Dec 1939 - 26 Jul 1945
25 CHAR 7/74A-B Political: Constituency, Epping [Essex]: correspondence Ga-Gl. 07 Jan 1941 - 17 Jul 1945
25 CHAR 7/77 Political: Constituency, Epping [Essex]: correspondence He-Hi. 08 Sep 1940 - 27 Jul 1945
25 CHAR 7/80A-B Political: Constituency, Epping [Essex]: correspondence J. 15 Mar 1939 - 16 Jul 1945
25 CHAR 7/82A-B Political: Constituency, Epping [Essex]: correspondence L. 09 Jun 1941 - 25 Jul 1945
25 CHAR 7/90 Political: Constituency, Epping [Essex]: correspondence Ra-Ri. 28 Oct 1941 - 31 Jul 1945
25 CHAR 7/102A-B Political: Constituency, Epping [Essex]: correspondence Wh-Wi. 09 Jan 1940 - 27 Jul 1945
25 CHAR 8/302 Literary: Articles by WSC for the Sunday Pictorial. 1931
25 CHAR 8/569 Literary: articles: Evening Standard 1. Jan 1937 - May 1937
25 CHAR 9/22 Speeches: House of Commons and Non-House of Commons: Proofs. 05 Apr 1906 - 09 Oct 1909
25 CHAR 9/31 Speeches: Non House of Commons: Speech notes. Jan 1908 - Dec 1908
25 CHAR 9/71 Speeches: House of Commons: Speech notes and print. 13 Oct 1924 - 07 May 1925
25 CHAR 9/71/44 Budget Statement 28 Apr 1925
25 CHAR 9/71/11-43 Budget Statement 28 Apr 1925
25 CHAR 9/72A-B Speeches: House of Commons: Speech notes, source material and typescript. 11 May 1925 - 10 Dec 1925
25 CHAR 9/75A-B Speeches: House of Commons: Speech notes, source material, print and press cutting. 03 Apr 1926 - 10 Jun 1926
25 CHAR 9/75A/42-95 Budget Statement 26 Apr 1926
25 CHAR 9/75B/96 Budget Statement 26 Apr 1926
25 CHAR 9/76 Speeches: House of Commons: Speech notes and typescript. 02 Jul 1926 - 08 Dec 1926
25 CHAR 9/77A-B Speeches: Non House of Commons: Speech notes, typescript and press cuttings. 02 Jul 1926 - 08 Dec 1926
25 CHAR 9/78 Speeches: Non House of Commons: Speech notes, typescript and press cuttings. 14 Jul 1926 - 26 Nov 1926
25 CHAR 9/79 Speeches: House of Commons: Speech notes. 09 Feb 1927 - 06 Jul 1927
25 CHAR 9/79/5 Budget Statement 11 Apr 1927
25 CHAR 9/79/7-71 Budget Statement 11 Apr 1927
25 CHAR 9/80 Speeches: Non House of Commons: Speech notes, source material and press cuttings. 27 Nov 1926 - 06 May 1927
25 CHAR 9/81 Speeches: Non House of Commons: Speech notes, typescript and press cuttings. 11 May 1927 - 12 Sep 1927
25 CHAR 9/82A-B Speeches: Non House of Commons: Speech notes, typescript, press cuttings and source material. 20 Jan 1927 - 09 Dec 1927
25 CHAR 9/83A-B Speeches: House of Commons: Speech notes, source material, prints and press cuttings. Dec 1926 - 25 Apr 1928
25 CHAR 9/83A/19 Memorandum on the racecourse betting bill by the stewards of the Jockey Club and National Hunt Committee summarising the advantages of the bill as the establishment of totalisators at racing tracks and increased regulation of bookmakers at racecourses and outlining proposals to establish a central authority under control of the Jockey Club and National Hunt Committee, funds for which would be used to support horse breeding and the sport. [Mar 1929]
25 CHAR 9/83A/20-27 "Racecourse betting bill" 14 Mar 1928
25 CHAR 9/83B/112-194 Budget Statement 24 Apr 1928
25 CHAR 9/83B/195 Budget Statement 24 Apr 1928
25 CHAR 9/84 Speeches: House of Commons: Speech notes, typescript, source material and press cuttings. 26 Apr 1928 - 09 Nov 1928
25 CHAR 9/85 Speeches: Non House of Commons: Speech notes, press cuttings and source material. [Jan] [1928] - 03 Apr 1929
25 CHAR 9/86 Speeches: Non House of Commons: Speech notes, press cuttings and source material. 23 Jun 1928 - 28 Nov 1928
25 CHAR 9/87 Speeches: House of Commons: Speech notes and prints. 15 Apr 1929 - 23 Dec 1929
25 CHAR 9/87/2 Budget Statement 15 Apr 1929
25 CHAR 9/87/3-76 Budget Statement 15 Apr 1929
25 CHAR 9/88A-B Speeches: Non House of Commons: Speech notes, typescript, press cuttings and source material. 21 Jan 1929 - 14 Dec 1929
25 CHAR 9/90 Speeches: House of Commons: Speech notes, press cuttings and Hansard. 04 Feb 1930 - 02 Jun 1930
25 CHAR 9/94A-B Speeches: House of Commons: Speech notes, typescript and source material. 15 Apr 1931 - 18 Nov 1931
25 CHAR 9/100 Speeches: House of Commons: Speech notes and typescript. 20 Apr 1932 - 08 Jun 1932
25 CHAR 9/105 Speeches: speech notes and source material. 28 Feb 1933 - 03 Jul 1933
25 CHAR 9/124 Speeches: House of Commons: speech notes. 01 Jun 1937 - 21 Dec 1937
25 CHAR 10/28 Official: Colonial Office: Colonial Conference 1907: printed papers. 1906 - 1907
25 CHAR 10/29 Official: Colonial Office: Colonial Conference: printed minutes of proceedings. Apr 1907 - May 1907
25 CHAR 10/35 Official: Colonial Office: East Africa Protectorate [later Kenya]: Kikuyu Hut Tax: notes and papers. 04 Jul 1907 - 13 Aug 1907
25 CHAR 11/13 Official: Board of Trade: Anglo-French Commercial Relations: notes and papers. 22 Dec 1907 - 08 Nov 1909
25 CHAR 12 Home Office 1910 - 1911
25 CHAR 12/9/88-89 Copy of a letter from WSC (Home Office) to David [Lloyd George] marked "secret" requesting additional finances to reduce the large numbers of deaths in mining accidents. He points out that the miners' leaders are willing to co-operate with the government and that public opinion would approve of a "bold and sweeping policy" which he would propose to fund largely through charges on the mining industry. Typescript. 03 Mar 1911
25 CHAR 12/10/4 Letter from Archibald Williams, Chairman of the Committee on Taxi-Cab Fares (Royal Commission House, Westminster [London]) to WSC concerning the taxation of taxis under the Light Locomotives Act. Signed typescript. 08 May 1911
25 CHAR 12/15/13-15 Letter from WSC (Home Office) to King Edward VII describing events in the House of Commons including: discussion of an amendment relating to the hops industry; the weak position of the government due to the disillusionment of their supporters regarding legislation on the constitution and veto of the House of Lords; the necessity of a statement on the subject by the Prime Minister [Herbert Asquith] so that financial business, including discussion of the naval estimates, may be continued. 25 Feb 1910
25 CHAR 12/15/22-25 Letter from WSC (House of Commons) to King Edward VII describing events in the House of Commons including: discussion of Government borrowing and the passage of the [1909] Budget; and the influence of the House of Lords over the passage of financial bills. 03 Mar 1910
25 CHAR 12/15/57-59 Letter from WSC (Home Office) to King Edward VII describing events in the House of Commons including: the strengthened position of the Government due to the passage of the Budget through the House of Commons; the impressive position of the British economy; and the debate between the Chancellor of the Exchequer [David Lloyd George] and [William] O'Brien. 20 Apr 1910
25 CHAR 17/7 Official: Colonial Office: Correspondence. 06 Jun 1921 - 30 Jul 1921
25 CHAR 18 Official: Treasury 1924 - 1929
25 CHAR 18/2 Official: Treasury: correspondence from WSC (carbon copies). 09 Nov 1924 - 30 Dec 1924
25 CHAR 18/2/43-45 Copy of a letter from WSC (Treasury Chambers) to [4th Lord Salisbury, earlier Lord Cranborne, Lord Privy Seal] in response to [Salisbury's] paper including: discussion of capitalism, the effect of death duties to mitigate against the creation of the "idle rich", and his belief that the rich are already taxed as much as possible. 9 Dec 1924
25 CHAR 18/3 Official: Treasury: WSC's minutes. 16 Nov 1924 - 24 Dec 1924
25 CHAR 18/7 Official: Treasury: Budget 1925-1926: Customs and Excise memoranda, Treasury memoranda and tables, used in the production of the Budget. 1924 - 1925
25 CHAR 18/7/64-66 Letter from WSC (Chartwell) to Sir Horace Hamilton [Chairman, Board of Customs and Excise] querying figures: reduced revenue from McKenna duties; whether increased consumption and taxation have been accompanied by increased production and depletion of capital reserves; whether levels of saving have been reduced given the rise in unemployment. He concludes by asking Hamilton to forecast figures. 16 Nov 1924
25 CHAR 18/7/79 Memorandum by Sir Otto Niemeyer [Controller of Finance, Treasury] to WSC, Chancellor of the Exchequer, commenting on the balance sheet: discussing the effct of reductions in fighting services; estimating higher revenues from the Inland Revenue than forecast; and concluding that the balance sheet is likely to be plus £10-15 millions. 25 Nov 1924
25 CHAR 18/7/150-164 Copy of a letter from the Chancellor of the Exchequer [WSC] to King George V about his budget proposals. He explains that the budget has two main objectives: to provide security for the wage earning population against misfortune and to encourage the "enterprise of the nation" by remission of income taxes; that the 1925 budget is based on tax revenue of £826 million set against expenditure of £799.5 million; proposals to increase estate duty and taxes on luxury goods and to re-introduce the "McKenna duties". The increased revenue will be used on compulsory contributory pension systems and there will be benefits for insured families and increased stake in the nation for wage earners. Super Tax will be reduced, as will tax on investment by "the black coated working man" and income tax. Imperial preference will be increased on sugar and tobacco to fulfill policy towards India and the Dominions. The country will return to the gold standard, revenue credits have been built up for this purpose, so there will be a uniform standard of value in the British Empire. 23 Apr 1925
25 CHAR 18/8 Official: Treasury: correspondence. 08 Jan 1925 - 26 Jun 1925
25 CHAR 18/9 Official: Treasury: correspondence. 01 Jul 1925 - 28 Dec 1925
25 CHAR 18/10 Official: Treasury: correspondence mainly from WSC or James Grigg [Principal Private Secretary to the Chancellor of the Exchequer] (carbon copies). 01 Jul 1925 - 28 Dec 1925
25 CHAR 18/12A-B Official: Treasury: WSC's minutes. 01 Jan 1925 - 19 Sep 1925
25 CHAR 18/13A-B Official: Treasury: WSC's minutes. 11 Oct 1925 - 27 Dec 1925
25 CHAR 18/22 Official: Treasury: taxation and debt payments. Jun 1925 - Jul 1925
25 CHAR 18/25 Official: Treasury: Budget 1926-1927: Treasury memoranda and tables, used in the production of the Budget. 1925 - 1926
25 CHAR 18/26 Official: Treasury: correspondence, pamphlets and tables on miscellaneous subjects. 1925 - 1928
25 CHAR 18/27 Official: Treasury: correspondence. 11 Jan 1926 - 16 Jul 1926
25 CHAR 18/28 Official: Treasury: correspondence. 19 Jun 1926 - 31 Dec 1926
25 CHAR 18/29 Official: Treasury: correspondence mainly from WSC (carbon copies). 10 Jan 1926 - 21 Dec 1926
25 CHAR 18/30A-B Official: Treasury: WSC's minutes. 02 Jan 1926 - 14 Dec 1926
25 CHAR 18/30A/16-23 Copy of a minute from WSC to Sir Richard Hopkins [Chairman of the Board of Inland Revenue] asking his "Committee of Five" to consider a revolutionary scheme to separate coprporate and investment income, treat earned income more favourably, and levy income and super tax on investment income by means of a national register. He ends by summarising the advantages of this scheme and discussing the establishment of the register. 7 Jan 1926
25 CHAR 18/30B/309-314 Memorandum from WSC to Sir Otto Niemeyer [Controller of Finance, Treasury] seeking advice about the effect of a reduction or increase in income tax on gilt edged government stock, specifically the correspondence between the rise of the stock and reduction in tax; the impact on consumers of raised taxation; consumption as an indicator of prosperity; and National Debt. He concludes "To sum up, a reduction in taxation is the greatest economic service which a state can render to the population and the surest means of creating prosperity". 28 Oct 1926
25 CHAR 18/36 Official: Treasury: carbon copy of WSC's proposal for the betting tax. 10 Jan 1926
25 CHAR 18/36/1-13 Carbon copy of WSC's proposal for the betting tax. 10 Jan 1926
25 CHAR 18/37 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax. 30 Sep 1926 - 26 Dec 1926
25 CHAR 18/37/28 Letter from Pembroke Wicks (Conservative and Unionist Central Office, Palace Chambers, Bridge Street, Westminster, [London]) to John Davidson [Parliamentary Secretary, Admiralty] about likely political embarrassment over the Betting Tax, asking him to try and ensure that Sir Horace Hamilton [Chairman, Board of Customs and Excise] has information available for the public, especially that the licenses cannot "operate as a cloak for dishonest bookmakers", and asking for advance copies of the regulations and guidance from the Revenue Authorities. 12 Oct 1926
25 CHAR 18/37/41-42 Copy of a letter from Sir Horace Hamilton [Chairman, Board of Customs and Excise] to Sir John Anderson [later 1st Lord Waverley, Permanent Under-Secretary of State, Home Office] about betting duty offences, explaining that WSC would like there to be minimal change in prosecutions and administration of the betting laws following the introduction of the tax, so that cases of illegal betting houses would be prosecuted but government departments will need to work together to establish which street betting offences should be prosecuted. 13 Nov 1926
25 CHAR 18/38 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax, mainly concerning the horse breeding associations' deputation. 28 Jun 1926 - 24 Dec 1926
25 CHAR 18/39 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the Betting Overseas (Prohibition) Bill. 15 May 1926 - 17 Feb 1927
25 CHAR 18/40 Official: Treasury: Budget 1927-1928: Treasury memoranda and tables, used in the production of the Budget. 1926 - 1927
25 CHAR 18/40/55-58 Memorandum from WSC to Sir Otto Niemeyer [Controller of Finance, Treasury] marked "Private & Personal To be returned" on subjects including: conversion; the addition of £37 million to the national debt; contrast to the freedom from debt in Germany and France; and WSC's view that the Treasury will be criticised for favouring a 'rentier' class over 'social, moral or manufacturing' interests. He ends by asking Niemeyer to prepare proposals for using forced loans and government bonds as part of taxation to reduce the debt. 26 Jan 1927
25 CHAR 18/41 Official: Treasury: correspondence. 11 Dec 1926 - 30 Apr 1927
25 CHAR 18/43 Official: Treasury: correspondence mainly from WSC (carbon copies). 03 Jan 1927 - 29 Jun 1927
25 CHAR 18/44 Official: Treasury: correspondence mainly from WSC and James Grigg [Principal Private Secretary to the Chancellor of the Exchequer] (carbon copies). 12 Jul 1927 - 21 Dec 1927
25 CHAR 18/45A-B Official: Treasury: WSC's minutes. 19 Jan 1927 - 30 Jun 1927
25 CHAR 18/46A-B Official: Treasury: WSC's minutes. 03 Jul 1927 - 31 Dec 1927
25 CHAR 18/47 Official: Treasury: various papers on sketch estimates and economies. 18 Nov 1927 - 19 Dec 1927
25 CHAR 18/50 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax. 04 Jan 1927 - 28 Feb 1927
25 CHAR 18/51 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax. 01 Mar 1927 - 29 Apr 1927
25 CHAR 18/52 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax. 04 Mar 1927 - 29 Jun 1927
25 CHAR 18/53 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax. 22 Feb 1927 - 26 Oct 1927
25 CHAR 18/54 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax. 01 Nov 1927 - 22 Dec 1927
25 CHAR 18/55 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax and the horse breeding associations' deputation. 19 Jan 1927 - 17 Mar 1927
25 CHAR 18/56 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax and the Jockey Club and bookmakers' deputations. 02 Feb 1927 - 30 Mar 1927
25 CHAR 18/57 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax and dishonest bookmakers. 25 May 1927 - 09 Nov 1927
25 CHAR 18/58 Official: Treasury: correspondence and memoranda on betting tax evasion and yield. 11 Dec 1927 - 30 Jan 1928
25 CHAR 18/59 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax and totalisator proposals. 11 Mar 1927 - 30 Dec 1927
25 CHAR 18/60 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax and graduated licences. 14 Jun 1927 - 19 Mar 1928
25 CHAR 18/61 Official: Treasury: minutes to WSC on estate duty relief on agricultural land. 17 Mar 1927 - 29 Mar 1927
25 CHAR 18/64 Official: Treasury: correspondence on rating relief. 04 Jun 1927 - 18 Nov 1927
25 CHAR 18/64/3-13 Copy of a letter from WSC to Stanley Baldwin, Prime Minister, marked "secret and personal" on the need to "dominate events lest we be submerged by them", reflecting on achievements of the government but predicting bleak prospects for the next year as the government has not been successful, his own efforts to reduce expenditure have failed, the Factory and Poor Law Bills and Franchise will not support them, and advising that a constructive measure is needed. He seeks Baldwin's support for saving £15 million expenditure, £10 million to be saved from the Royal Navy, £15 million by taxing petrol and suggests that £30 million should be used to reduce the rates. He ends by asking Baldwin about the franchise, urging an open vote on the issue of 25 and 21 [a reference to voting age]. 06 Jun 1927
25 CHAR 18/65 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on rating relief. 05 Dec 1927 - 31 Dec 1927
25 CHAR 18/66 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the liquid fuel tax. 06 Dec 1927 - 23 Dec 1927
25 CHAR 18/67 Official: Treasury: correspondence on reducing national expenditure, including with members of the House of Commons Economy Group. 22 May 1927 - 31 Dec 1927
25 CHAR 18/71 Official: Treasury: Budget 1928-1929: Treasury memoranda and tables, used in the production of the Budget. 1927 - 1928
25 CHAR 18/71/10-16 Memorandum from WSC to Sir Otto Niemeyer [Controller of Finance, Treasury] on the economic position of Germany and Great Britain and the negative impact of the rigid policy of the Bank of England, high taxation, poor trade and high unemployment. WSC argues that the policy is unsatisfactory on social, industrial and political grounds; that Germany is in a healthier economic state and that the allies may need to reduce the reparations burden on Germany and that misleading conclusions will be drawn from this. 20 Apr 1927
25 CHAR 18/73 Official: Treasury: correspondence mainly from WSC and James Grigg [Principal Private Secretary to the Chancellor of the Exchequer] to government ministers, senior civil servants, MPs and Lords (carbon copies). 04 Jan 1928 - 27 Dec 1928
25 CHAR 18/74 Official: Treasury: WSC's minutes. 01 Jan 1928 - 31 Mar 1928
25 CHAR 18/75 Official: Treasury: WSC's minutes. 04 Apr 1928 - 20 Dec 1928
25 CHAR 18/75/72 Copy of a minute from WSC to Sir Ernest Gowers [Chairman of the Board of Inland Revenue] on opposition amendments to the Finance Bill, seeking figures to show that the majority of the relief will go to the industries where profits are lowest and unemployment is highest. 29 May 1928
25 CHAR 18/79 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax. 10 Feb 1928 - 20 Jul 1928
25 CHAR 18/79/80-85 "Betting Duty Evasion" 30 May 1928
25 CHAR 18/80 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the betting tax. 02 Jul 1928 - 15 Jan 1929
25 CHAR 18/81 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the totalisator and the Race Course Betting Bill. 03 Jan 1928 - 30 Mar 1928
25 CHAR 18/82 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the totalisator and the Race Course Betting Bill. 09 Apr 1928 - 30 May 1928
25 CHAR 18/83 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the totalisator and the Race Course Betting Bill. 30 May 1928 - 25 Jul 1928
25 CHAR 18/84 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on the Betting Overseas (Prohibition) Bill. 19 Jan 1928 - 20 Jul 1928
25 CHAR 18/85 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on rating relief proposals. 31 Dec 1927 - 24 Jan 1928
25 CHAR 18/86 Official: Treasury: various papers on rating relief proposals. 21 Jan 1928 - 01 Mar 1928
25 CHAR 18/87 Official: Treasury: various papers on rating relief proposals. 26 Feb 1928 - 19 Mar 1928
25 CHAR 18/88 Official: Treasury: various papers on rating relief proposals. 22 Feb 1928 - 27 Mar 1928
25 CHAR 18/89 Official: Treasury: various papers on rating relief proposals. 27 Mar 1928 - 24 Apr 1928
25 CHAR 18/90 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on rating relief proposals. 30 Apr 1928 - 31 May 1928
25 CHAR 18/91 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on rating relief proposals. 21 May 1928 - 14 Jun 1928
25 CHAR 18/92 Official: Treasury: various papers on rating relief proposals. 15 Jun 1928 - 28 Jun 1928
25 CHAR 18/93 Official: Treasury: various papers on rating relief proposals. 04 Jul 1928 - 08 Aug 1928
25 CHAR 18/94 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on liquid fuel tax proposals. 02 Jan 1928 - 31 Mar 1928
25 CHAR 18/95 Official: Treasury: correspondence and papers on liquid fuel tax proposals. 02 Apr 1928 - 24 May 1928
25 CHAR 18/96 Official: Treasury: Budget 1929-1930: Treasury memoranda and tables, used in the production of the Budget. 25 May 1928 - 05 Feb 1929
25 CHAR 18/97 Official: Treasury: Budget 1929-1930: Treasury memoranda and tables, used in the production of the Budget. 25 Sep 1928 - 15 Apr 1929
25 CHAR 18/98 Official: Treasury: Budget 1929-1930: correspondence on various duties. 20 Oct 1928 - 10 Apr 1929

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