Personal: Correspondence.

Reference code: CHAR 1/33

Part of: CHAR 1
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Date: 01 Jan 1902 - 31 Dec 1902

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Correspondents include Hugh Arnold-Forster; Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught; Ernest Beckett (later Lord Grimthorpe); Lord Lytton; Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman; Charles, 9th Duke of Marlborough (2); Sir William Harcourt; Sir Michael Hicks-Beach (later Lord St Aldwyn); John Morley (later Lord Morley of Blackburn) (3); Lord Rosebery (10); Lord Derby; Lord Welby; H G Wells; General Reginald Wingate With particulars of eight watches presented by WSC to those whose " timely help afforded him in his escape from Pretoria".

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Reference Record Date
CHAR 1/33/1 Letter from James Andrews to WSC, on WSC's speech to Trinity College Historical Society, Dublin. 23 Aug 1902
CHAR 1/33/2-3 Letter from Hugh Arnold-Forster, Parliamentary Secretary to the Admiralty to WSC, agreeing to see Price. 30 May 1902
CHAR 1/33/4-5 Letter from HRH Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught to WSC, dinner invitation. 21 Jan 1902
CHAR 1/33/6-7 Letter from Ernest Beckett, later Lord Grimthorpe to WSC, on Lancashire collieries. 27 Oct 1902
CHAR 1/33/8 Letter from Victor, 2nd Lord Lytton to WSC, thanks for letter of congratulation on marriage to Pamela Plowden. 03 Feb [1902]
CHAR 1/33/9-10 Letter from Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman, 6 Grosvenor Place, London, to WSC, accepting dinner invitation. 15 May 1902
CHAR 1/33/11-13 Letter from Charles, 9th Duke of Marlborough, Blenheim Palace, to WSC, on foxhunting and on WSC's finances. 12 Nov 1902
CHAR 1/33/14-15 Letter from Charles, 9th Duke of Marlborough to WSC, on WSC's visit to Egypt and on Marlborough's voyage to India. 18 Dec 1902
CHAR 1/33/16-19 Letter from WSC to [St John Brodrick, later Lord Midleton, War Office], on the report of the Committee on the Education of Officers, advising against the prohibition of inter-regimental polo tournaments [carbon copy]. 07 Jun 1902
CHAR 1/33/20 Letter from WSC to George Ingham, on injuries to his son, caused by WSC's motor car in Rochdale, sending cheque for £2 [ms copy]. 01 Jan 1902
CHAR 1/33/21 Letter from George Ingham to WSC, on his son's health, following road accident, in which the boy was hit by WSC's motor car. 01 Jan 1902
CHAR 1/33/22 Letter from George Ingham to WSC, thanks for cheque following road accident involving his son and WSC's motor car. 13 Jan 1902
CHAR 1/33/23-24 Letter from Lumley & Lumley, Solicitors, to WSC. 10 Apr 1902
CHAR 1/33/25-26 Letter from Sir William Harcourt, Malwood, Lyndhurst, to WSC, thanks for letter, commenting that he had "never beheld man in so unsatisfying condition". 26 Jul 1902
CHAR 1/33/27-28 Letter from Sir Michael Hicks-Beach, (later Lord St Aldwyn), Chancellor of the Exchequer, to WSC, accepting dinner invitation. 16 Apr 1902
CHAR 1/33/29-30 Card from John Morley (later Lord Morley of Blackburn) to WSC, accepting dinner invitation. 16 Mar 1902
CHAR 1/33/31-32 Letter from John Morley (later Lord Morley of Blackburn) to WSC, declining invitation. 25 May 1902
CHAR 1/33/33-34 Letter from John Morley (later Lord Morley of Blackburn) 57 Elm Park Gardens, London, to WSC, accepting dinner invitation. 29 May 1902
CHAR 1/33/35-36 Letter from John Morley, (later Lord Morley of Blackburn) 57 Elm Park Gardens, London, to WSC, thanks for letter of congratulations on the award of the Order of Merit. 30 Jun 1902
CHAR 1/33/37-38 Letter from Lord Rosebery, 38 Berkeley Square, London to WSC, accepting dinner invitation. 07 Mar 1902
CHAR 1/33/39-40 Letter from Lord Rosebery to WSC, lunch invitation. 10 May 1902
CHAR 1/33/41 Letter from Lord Rosebery to WSC, declining dinner invitation. 11 May 1902
CHAR 1/33/42-43 Letter from Lord Rosebery, The Durdans, to WSC, declining dinner invitation. 01 Jun 1902
CHAR 1/33/44 Letter from Lord Rosebery, 38 Berkeley Square, London, to WSC, praising WSC's letter to The Times on Harris tweed. 04 Jun 1902
CHAR 1/33/45 Letter from Lord Rosebery to WSC, accepting dinner invitation for 11 June. [Jun 1902]
CHAR 1/33/46 Letter from Lord Rosebery to WSC. [1902]
CHAR 1/33/47 Letter from Lord Rosebery to WSC. [1902]
CHAR 1/33/48 Letter from Lord Rosebery to WSC, accepting invitation. [1902]
CHAR 1/33/49-50 Lord Rosebery to WSC, invitation to visit Dalmeny House, Edinburgh. 12 Sep 1902
CHAR 1/33/51-52 Letter from Lord Rosebery to WSC, thanks for gift of book. 23 Oct 1902
CHAR 1/33/53-54 Particulars of eight watches presented by WSC to Dr James Gillespie, J R Addams, J D Dewsnap, Joe McKenna, Joe McHenry, Charles A Burnham, Ellen David and Ada Blunden, "in recognition of their timely help afforded him in his escape from Pretoria". 02 Oct 1902
CHAR 1/33/55-56 Letter from Lord Derby to WSC, on the appointment of magistrates in Oldham. 10 Nov 1902
CHAR 1/33/57-58 Letter from Lord Derby to WSC, on the appointment of magistrates in Oldham. 13 Nov 1902
CHAR 1/33/59 Letter from L Stevens, Cosmopolitan Type-Writing Shorthand and Translation Offices, to WSC, on charges for secretarial work. 05 Jul 1902
CHAR 1/33/60-61 Letter from Mary Ward (Mrs Humphrey Ward), Stocks, Tring, to WSC, dinner invitation. 26 May 1902
CHAR 1/33/62-63 Letter from Lord Welby to WSC, apologies for not being able to dine with WSC. 14 May 1902
CHAR 1/33/64-65 Card from H G Wells to WSC, accepting dinner invitation. 05 Mar 1902
CHAR 1/33/66-67 Letter from General Reginald Wingate to WSC, declining dinner invitation. 28 Jun 1902
CHAR 1/33/68 Letter from Emile Violou to WSC, sending account for services as chauffeur for one week, £3 11s. 09 May 1902
CHAR 1/33/69 Letter from G L Lyons to [WSC], on newspaper articles on the "Columbia Club". 14 Apr 1902