Personal: Correspondence.

Reference code: CHAR 1/10

Part of: CHAR 1
Next record: CHAR 1/11
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Date: 01 Jan 1894 - 31 Dec 1894

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Correspondents include: Claude Rome; Molly Hackett (later Molly Wilson) (5); Lord Castlereagh (later 7th Lord Londonderry); George Wilson (3); Captain Charles Burt (2); Albertha, Lady Blandford; Messrs M F Dent (Watchmakers); Herbert Spender-Clay (2); Thomas Trafford; Lionel Faudel-Phillips (2); Charles Balaam; Frances, Duchess of Marlborough; The Rev. James Welldon; J D G Little; Bertram Cooke and Rupert Beckett File also includes accounts, prescriptions from Dr Robson Roose (3) and press cuttings on the re-opening of the Empire Theatre.

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CHAR 1/10/1 Letter from Claude Rome to WSC, on the Sandhurst entrance examination. [1894]
CHAR 1/10/2 Letter from Molly Hackett, 33 Hill Street, London to WSC, thanks for sweets. Also commenting on the wedding of Nellie Bass (later Baroness Burton) and James Baillie. [31 Jan 1894]
CHAR 1/10/3 Telegram from Lord Castlereagh (later 7th Lord Londonderry) to WSC, apologies for not being able to see him. 01 Feb 1894
CHAR 1/10/4 Letter from Molly Hackett (later Molly Wilson), Hindlip Hall to WSC, social and family news. 13 Feb 1894
CHAR 1/10/5 Letter from George Wilson, Bannockburn House, to WSC, news of former Harrow contemporaries. [14 Feb 1894]
CHAR 1/10/6 Letter from Captain Charles Burt to WSC, on riding lessons. 16 Feb 1894
CHAR 1/10/7 Letter from Captain Charles Burt to WSC, on riding lessons. 27 Feb 1894
CHAR 1/10/8 Letter from Molly Hackett (later Molly Wilson), Hindlip Hall, to WSC, asking if he knew why Frances Guest's engagement had been broken off. Also offering sympathy on toothache. Asking if he had seen Alexandra Ellis (later Lady Hardinge] "I shall be very jealous if you go very very often to see her". 04 Mar 1894
CHAR 1/10/9 Letter from Albertha, Lady Blandford, Blenheim Palace to WSC, invitation to visit Blenheim Palace. 05 Mar 1896
CHAR 1/10/10 Letter from Messrs M F Dent, Watchmakers, Cockspur Street, London, to WSC, estimate for repairs to his watch, £3. 06 Mar 1894
CHAR 1/10/11 Card from Herbert Spender-Clay, Ford Manor, Lingfield, Surrey to WSC, on WSC's forthcoming visit. [22 Mar 1894]
CHAR 1/10/12 Letter from Thomas Trafford to WSC. 23 Mar [1894]
CHAR 1/10/13 Letter from Molly Hackett (later Molly Wilson), Hildlip Hall, to WSC, family news, asking for photograph. [28 Mar 1894]
CHAR 1/10/14 Letter from Herbert Spender-Clay to WSC, luncheon invitation. 01 Apr 1894
CHAR 1/10/15 Letter from Lionel Faudel-Phillips to WSC. 15 Apr 1894
CHAR 1/10/16-17 Letter from Charles Balaam, Verona Cottage, Ventnor Isle of Wight, to WSC, asking for help in obtaining post with Rothschilds Bank. 23 Apr 1894
CHAR 1/10/18-19 Letter from Charles Balaam, Verona Cottage, Ventnor, Isle of Wight, to WSC, on his prospects of a job with Rothschilds Bank. 26 Apr 1894
CHAR 1/10/20 Letter from Molly Hackett (later Mollie Wilson), Hindlip Hall to WSC, asking for news of London. 26 Apr [1894]
CHAR 1/10/21 Letter from Lionel Faudel-Phillips to WSC, luncheon invitation. 10 May 1894
CHAR 1/10/22 Letter from Frances, Duchess of Marlborough to WSC. 21 May 1894
CHAR 1/10/23 Card from Rev. James Welldon, Harrow School, to WSC, luncheon invitation. 05 Jul 1894
CHAR 1/10/24 Letter from Rev. James Welldon, Harrow School, to WSC, on WSC's Swiss climbing holiday, commenting that the most difficult mountain that he had climbed was the Bernina in the Engadine, and that "I feel like a father to you now, when your own father is so far away [annotated by WSC, with note to Lady Randolph Churchill]. 11 Sep 1894
CHAR 1/10/25 Letter from J D G Little to WSC. [Sep 1894]
CHAR 1/10/26 Letter from Bertram Cooke to WSC. [1894]
CHAR 1/10/27 Letter from George Wilson, Bannockburn House, to WSC, news of former Harrow contemporaries. [Jul 1893]
CHAR 1/10/28 Letter from George Wilson, Bannockburn House, to WSC, news of former Harrow contemporaries. [1893]
CHAR 1/10/29-30 Letter from Gillham & Co., Yorktown, Surrey, to WSC, sending account for the Term ending December 1893. 01 Feb 1894
CHAR 1/10/31 Invoice from The Star Photographic Company to Lady Randolph Churchill for photographs of WSC, costing £2 15s 6d. 09 Feb 1894
CHAR 1/10/32 Letter from Peel & Co. (Bootmakers), to WSC, asking for his custom [printed]. 19 Mar 1894
CHAR 1/10/33 Account from Ross & Co. (Opticians) to WSC for field glasses, costing £2 3s 6d. 20 Mar 1894
CHAR 1/10/34 Account from George Doman, Livery Stable Keeper, to WSC, for hire of horses, costing £10 5s. Apr 1894
CHAR 1/10/35 Prescription from Dr Robson Roose to WSC. 01 Feb 1894
CHAR 1/10/36-37 Prescriptions from Dr Robson Roose to WSC. 08 Feb 1894
CHAR 1/10/38 Prescriptions from Dr Robson Roose to WSC. 10 Feb 1894
CHAR 1/10/39-40 Letter from Dr Robson Roose to WSC, sending tonic and prescription. 16 Feb 1894
CHAR 1/10/41-44 Prescriptions from Dr Robson Roose to WSC, with envelopes from Squire & Co. (Chemists). 28 Mar 1894
CHAR 1/10/45 Letter from Rupert Beckett to WSC, invitation to dance. 02 Feb 1894
CHAR 1/10/46 Menu card for Rupert Beckett's dance at 138, Piccadilly, London. 02 Feb 1894
CHAR 1/10/47 Programme for Eton and Harrow Club Race Meeting (WSC was a Steward and rode for Harrow, [duplicated]. 25 Sep 1894
CHAR 1/10/48 Webb's Sandhurst and Aldershot Pocket Railway Time Tables (published by G Webb, printer, Yorktown, Surrey). Feb 1894
CHAR 1/10/49-52 Cuttings from the Pall Mall Gazette and other newspapers on the re-opening of the Empire Theatre. [Nov 1894]