Public and political: general correspondence, Jun-Jul 1922.

Reference code: CHAR 2/123

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Date: 1921 - Jul 1922

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CHAR 2/123/1 Letter from William Gordon Daly (c/o Police Station, Holyhead, [Anglesey, Wales]), better known to WSC as L E de Mole, to WSC claiming to be associated with the invention of the train and tank ferry, explaining how he has been discharged from prison and how a firm of engineers has been paid to build his invention, and asking WSC to assist him in getting a job. 01 Jun 1922
CHAR 2/123/2 Letter from Shirley Carson Jenney (Box 91, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada) to WSC passing on a message from Percy Bysshe Shelley and Lady Randolph Churchill warning that it would be dangerous for WSC to go to Ireland. 05 Jun [1922]
CHAR 2/123/3-10 Letter from Shirley Carson Jenney (Box 91, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada) to WSC conveying messages to WSC from Percy Bysshe Shelley, Lady Randolph Churchill, George Meredith and Mary Shelley on the Irish question, increasing German influence in Canada, the nature of the after-life, and other matters. Encloses CHAR 2/123/12-35 and asks WSC to try to get it published. 07 Jun [1922]
CHAR 2/123/11 Address slip accompanying CHAR 2/123/12-35. 07 Jun 1922
CHAR 2/123/12-35 "A song of Italy": a work purporting to be by Percy Bysshe Shelley allegedly received by psychic means and written down by Shirley Carson Jenney of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Sent with CHAR 2/123/3-10. [Jun] [1922]
CHAR 2/123/36 Letter from [Edward Marsh] to Robert Bankes [secretary to the Lord Chancellor] asking what answer should be given to the wife of an Irish rector [Mrs Burns] who has applied for the church living [of Avon Dassett, Warwickshire]. Typescript copy. 08 Jun 1922
CHAR 2/123/37 Letter from R H Hartley Reid to WSC enclosing CHAR 2/123/38-41 and mentioning that it has been sent to newspapers in India, China, Jamaica, Newfoundland [Canada], South Africa and New Zealand. 08 Jun 1922
CHAR 2/123/38-41 Article by R H Hartley Reid (Foxlease, Swanage, Dorset) arguing that WSC has a bright political future. Considers his differences with David Lloyd George over Ireland and Russia, his mellowing political style, and his probable desire to fulfil Lord Randolph Churchill's ideal of Tory Democracy. Sent with CHAR 2/123/37. 08 Jun 1922
CHAR 2/123/42 Letter from the Principal Clerk at the Public Trustee Office to Edward Marsh (Colonial Office) explaining that Baron von Cramm must apply to the German government for compensation for his liquidated property in the United Kingdom. 08 Jun 1922
CHAR 2/123/43 Note from [Edward Marsh] to [WSC] that Lady Victoria Hicks Beach, the daughter of Lord St Aldwyn [earlier Sir Michael Hicks Beach] is planning a life of her father and would like WSC to write something for it about St Aldwyn's position in politics. [Jun] [1922]
CHAR 2/123/44 Notes by [Edward Marsh] referring to CHAR 2/123/45 by saying that he has told Sir Laurence Guillemard that there is no need for the Colonial Office to be consulted about the publication of letters from Sir Bartle Frere to Sir Michael Hicks Beach [later Lord St Aldwyn]. 06 Jun [1922] - 08 Jun [1922]
CHAR 2/123/45 Letter from Sir Laurence Guillemard (28 Tite Street, Chelsea, [London]) to Edward Marsh wondering whether the Colonial Office might like to be informed of the intention to publish certain letters from Sir Bartle Frere to Sir Michael Hicks Beach [later Lord St Aldwyn]. 05 Jun [1922]
CHAR 2/123/46 Letter from Edward Marsh to Baron von Cramm enclosing a copy of CHAR 2/123/42 and expressing WSC's great regret that he cannot do anything more in the matter. Typescript copy. 09 Jun 1922
CHAR 2/123/47 Letter from Edward Marsh to Sir Laurence Guillemard stating that WSC would be glad to write something for Lady Victoria Hicks-Beach's life of her father Lord St Aldwyn [earlier Sir Michael Hicks-Beach] when he has time. Typescript copy. 10 Jun 1922
CHAR 2/123/48-49 Letter from Leo Weinthal (801 Salisbury House, London Wall, London) to WSC (2 Sussex Square) enclosing a copy of General Jan Smuts's introduction to the proposed history of the Cape to Cairo railway and river route [Africa] [see CHAR 2/123/50-54] and asking WSC for a contribution to the work and the loan of one or two of his Egyptian paintings for reproduction in it. 14 Jun 1922
CHAR 2/123/50-54 Introduction by General Jan Smuts to the history of the Cape to Cairo railway and river route [Africa]. Sent with CHAR 2/123/48-49. 26 May 1922
CHAR 2/123/55-57 Letter from [WSC] to Austen Chamberlain describing the position of Sir Archibald Sinclair [later 1st Lord Thurso] with regard to the Coalition candidature for East Perthshire [Scotland] and arguing that it would be unfair to require the Liberals to give up one of their seats in Scotland because the Conservatives are already over-represented there and that the capture by the Conservatives of East Perthshire would cause him difficulties in Dundee. Typescript copy. 15 Jun 1922
CHAR 2/123/58-60 Earlier draft of CHAR 2/123/55-57. 13 Jun 1922
CHAR 2/123/61 Letter from Austen Chamberlain (11 Downing Street) to WSC reporting that he has asked Sir John Gilmour to enquire whether the two local associations in East Perthshire [Scotland] will agree to the question of whether a Coalition Liberal or a Coalition Unionist should contest the constituency being referred to arbitration. 16 Jun 1922
CHAR 2/123/62 Letter in French from Albert Favre (Chambre des Deputes, Paris, [France]) to WSC regretting that he was not able to have an interview with WSC and hoping to arrange one when he is next in London. English translation at CHAR 2/123/63-64. 17 Jun 1922
CHAR 2/123/63-64 English translation of CHAR 2/123/62. 17 Jun 1922
CHAR 2/123/65 Letter from [Edward Marsh] to Leo Weinthal stating that WSC has no time to write [a contribution to the history of the Cape to Cairo railway and river route]. Typescript copy. 19 Jun 1922
CHAR 2/123/66 Cutting from the Manchester Guardian: report of a speech in favour of Free Trade by Lord Hartington at a meeting of the West Derbyshire Unionist League. 19 Jun 1922
CHAR 2/123/67 Letter from Leo Weinthal (801 Salisbury House, London Wall, London) to Edward Marsh (Colonial Office) acknowledging that WSC has no time at present to write a contribution to the history of the Cape to Cairo railway and river route [Africa] and hoping to see him during or after the following month. 20 Jun 1922
CHAR 2/123/68-71 Letter from Shirley Carson Jenney (Box 91, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada) to WSC enclosing and commenting on CHAR 2/123/72-96 and conveying supposed messages from Lady Randolph Churchill and others on British policy in Egypt. 20 Jun 1922
CHAR 2/123/71A Envelope addressed to J B Pinker [literary agent] (Talbot House, Arundel Street, Strand, London) by [Shirley Carson Jenney] for the possible despatch of CHAR 2/123/72-96. [Jun] [1922]
CHAR 2/123/72-96 "Fragments written in a garden": a religious work purporting to be by Percy Bysshe Shelley allegedly transmitted by "clairaudience" and written out by Shirley Carson Jenney. Sent with CHAR 2/123/68-71. Duplicates at CHAR 2/123/224-248. [Jun] [1922]
CHAR 2/123/97 Letter from J Murray Clark (Midland Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool) to WSC hoping he will co-operate with Canada and the United States to secure full information on the distribution of "the immense sums of foreign money spend to foment strikes and other troubles in the British Empire and the United States". 24 Jun [1922]
CHAR 2/123/98 Note: "Mrs Churchill is so very sorry that she opened this by mistake.". [Jun] [1922]
CHAR 2/123/99 Letter from Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Arthur Leetham, secretary of the Royal United Service Institution, to WSC asking him to preside at Lieutenant-General Sir Aylmer Haldane's lecture at the Institution on the Arab rising in Mesopotamia in 1920. 24 Jun 1922
CHAR 2/123/100 Letter from Robert Burns (Drum Rectory, Clones, County Monaghan, [Ireland]) to [? WSC] asking him to use his influence with 1st Lord Birkenhead [earlier F E Smith] to secure for Burns the living of Alphamstone [Essex]. 26 Jun 1922
CHAR 2/123/101-102 Letter from Elizabeth Le Blond, honorary secretary of the British Empire Fund for the restoration of Rheims Cathedral as a memorial to the fallen allies, asking WSC to become a vice-president of the Fund and enclosing a list of its officers, vice-presidents and committee [see CHAR 2/123/103]. 27 Jun 1921
CHAR 2/123/103 Printed list of the officers, vice-presidents and committee of the British Empire Fund for the restoration of Rheims Cathedral. Sent with CHAR 2/123/101-102. [1922]
CHAR 2/123/104-105 Letter from Henry Drummond Wolff (Timocleontos 25b, Athens, [Greece]) arguing for the adoption of a pro-Greek policy by Britain. 27 Jun 1922
CHAR 2/123/106 Note by [Edward Marsh] to [WSC] summarising CHAR 2/123/107-108. [Jun] [1922]
CHAR 2/123/107-108 Letter from I A Barbour-James (Royal Colonial Institute, Northumberland Avenue, London) to WSC asking permission to name after him a valse he has written in honour of the mercantile marine and in aid of King George's Fund for Sailors. 28 Jun 1922
CHAR 2/123/109 Letter from [Edward Marsh] to Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Arthur Leetham stating that WSC cannot pledge himself [to preside at a Royal United Service Institution lecture by Lieutenant-General Sir Aylmer Haldane] because it is too far ahead. Typescript copy. 29 Jun 1922
CHAR 2/123/110 Letter from Lieutenant-Colonel Arthur Leetham (Royal United Service Institution, Whitehall, London) to Edward Marsh (Colonial Office) stating that he has put WSC down as presiding provisionally [at a lecture to be given in November by Lieutenant-General Sir Aylmer Haldane]. 30 Jun 1922
CHAR 2/123/111 Letter from Edward Marsh to the honorary secretary of the British Empire Fund for the restoration of Rheims Cathedral [Elizabeth Le Blond] stating that WSC will become a vice-president of the fund on the understanding that the position is honorary. Carbon copy. 30 Jun 1922
CHAR 2/123/112-128 Letter from W A Stewart (627, 29th Street, San Francisco, [United States]) to WSC arguing somewhat incoherently: that war is unlikely to be abolished under current conditions; that society in the United States, despite its material prosperity, is hundreds of years away from a true state of civilisation; that women do not have the necessary foresight and creativity for advancing civilisation; that errors are perpetuated by adherence to "ignorant old laws" associated with organised religion; that the Jews are also a hindrance to the advance of civilisation. 03 Jun 1922
CHAR 2/123/129 Letter from Alexander Maxwell (Home Office) to Edward Marsh referring to CHAR 2/123/130-136: "Mr Shortt wants Mr Churchill to understand that this is not a speech - only a sketch.". [Jun] [1922]
CHAR 2/123/130-136 Note by [Edward Shortt] replying to criticisms of the Home Office's decision to withdraw police protection from potential targets of IRA violence and their failure to restore it on the strength of warnings. Carbon copy sent with CHAR 2/123/129. [Jun] [1922]
CHAR 2/123/137 Letter from Lieutenant-General Sir Aylmer Haldane (Naval and Military Club, 94 Piccadilly, London) to WSC asking him to recommend him to the Eastern Command, since he already has experience in that command. 03 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/138 Letter from Edward Marjoribanks, president of the Oxford Union Society (Leander Club, Henley-on-Thames, [Oxfordshire]) to WSC listing suggested dates when WSC could speak at Oxford next term. [Jul] [1922]
CHAR 2/123/139 Letter from [Edward Marsh] to Edward Marjoribanks [president of the Oxford Union Society] stating that WSC will wait a month or two before deciding whether or not to come to Oxford to speak next term. Carbon copy. 06 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/140-141 Letter from Sir Charles Sykes (5 Golden Square, [London]) to WSC stating that he is sending him a length of blue cloth, inviting him to speak in Huddersfield [Yorkshire], promising to have sent to him a daily copy of the Edinburgh Evening News [Scotland] and hoping that he will favourably consider the request to write a special article to bost circulation in Dundee [Angus, Scotland] and create interest in the south of Scotland. 06 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/142 Letter from [Edward Marsh] to I A Barbour-James stating that WSC is glad to accept the dedication of Barbour-James's valse [composed in aid of King George's Fund for Sailors]. Carbon copy. 07 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/143 Letter from [WSC] to Sir Charles Sykes thanking him for sending a length of blue cloth from Sykes's looms, enclosing a copy of his life of Lord Randolph Churchill, and stating that he hopes to be able to visit Huddersfield [Yorkshire] and that he will be interested to read the Edinburgh Evening News, which Sykes is arranging to send to him. Carbon copy. 07 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/144-145 Letter from [WSC] to David Lloyd George arguing that a system of embargo and licence should be applied if large amounts of cheap imports came from Germany into Britain because of the fall in the value of the Mark, which in any case he thinks is unlikely to happen for very long because it would not be in the exporter's interest. Carbon copy. 07 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/146 Letter from Sir Acton Blake (Trinity House, London) to Edward Marsh stating that it will be WSC's turn next to nominate a spinster to almshouse vacancy. 10 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/147 Letter from Robie E Kempton (the Fidelity and Casualty Company of New York, 191 Lowell Street, Somerville, Massachusetts, [United States]) to WSC referring to WSC's escape from the Boers and an article in the Boston Globe about it, enclosing an article from the Boston Post about WSC [see CHAR 2/123/148], asking which men he admired when a boy and what his books on his military experiences are called. 10 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/148 Cutting from the Boston Post [United States]: pen portrait of WSC, with photograph. Sent with CHAR 2/123/147. 03 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/149 Letter from Arthur Row (164 Upper Richmond Road, East Sheen, [London]) to [WSC] asking him to write a letter to the Richmond Herald [Surrey] supporting the protest against the conversion of Palewell Common into tennis courts and bowling greens. 12 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/150 Letter from I A Barbour-James (Royal Colonial Institute, Northumberland Avenue, London) to Edward Marsh asking him to thank WSC for accepting the dedication of Barbour-James's valse [composed in aid of King George's Fund for Sailors] and for sending a photograph of himself. 12 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/151 Letter from Lionel Ford (the Head Master's, Harrow-on-the-Hill, [Middlesex]) to WSC inviting him to come and talk to the boys of Harrow School, perhaps about Ireland. 13 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/152-153 Letter from 17th Lord Derby (Derby House, Stratford Place, [London]) to WSC on the proposed scheduling [as a protected industry] of the Lancashire cotton glove industry. 13 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/154 Letter from the Duke of Devonshire (2 Carlton Gardens, [London]) to WSC asking him to become a vice-president of the British Empire League and enclosing a statement of its objects and constitution [see CHAR 2/123/156]. 14 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/155 Letter from 17th Lord Derby (Knowsley, Prescot, Lancashire) to WSC expressing the hope that WSC will be able to arrange for the taking off of the Whips for the Cotton Fabric vote so that there is no open split between the supporters of Tariff Reform and Free Trade. Annotated by WSC: "Prime Minister to see". 18 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/156 Printed statement of the objects and constitution of the British Empire League. Sent with CHAR 2/123/154. [1922]
CHAR 2/123/157 Letter from [WSC] to the Duke of Devonshire agreeing to become a vice-president of the British Empire League. Carbon copy. 15 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/158 Letter from [WSC] to Rev Lionel Ford stating that he would like to come to speak to the boys of Harrow School but he cannot make a commitment yet.. Carbon copy. 15 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/159 Note that two pounds was sent to the fund for a memorial to the 51st (Highland) Division [see CHAR 2/123/160]. 18 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/160 Printed appeal circular for funds towards a memorial to the 51st (Highland) Division. 1922
CHAR 2/123/161 Letter from "Jumbo" (Colonial Office) to [WSC] asserting that the previous day's debate [on the honours system] was damaging to the social structure and blaming this, the unnecessary quarrel with the Tories, two damaging Government defeats and many useless all night sittings on the failings of William Sutherland and Charles McCurdy at the Whips Office, to which Frederick Guest, who did a far better job, should return. 18 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/162 Note from [WSC] to Edward Marsh asking him to write something for him to sign to the Maharajah of Alwar. 20 Jul [1922]
CHAR 2/123/163-167 Letter from the Maharajah of Alwar (Alwar, Rajputana, [India]) to WSC hoping that the arrival of Lord Peel and Lord Winterton at the India Office will help India, praising the firm policy of [the Viceroy] Lord Reading [earlier Sir Rufus Isaacs], noting that Reading has not yet attained proficiency at shooting tigers, and looking forward to seeing what he does about the Indian States, whose problems are less complex than those of British India. Expresses confidence that WSC will be equal to the challenge of Eamon De Valera in Irish affairs, wonders when the current numerous conferences will improve the current gloomy European situation, approves the Labour Party's decision not to join with the Communists and WSC's policy of getting Emir Feisul elected king in Mesopotamia [Iraq]. Speculates on whether democracy can supersede the entrenched social order in India and refers to an accident he has had. 19 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/168 Special edition of the Alwar State Gazette containing the speech of the Maharajah of Alwar at a banquet to the Viceroy, Lord Reading [earlier Sir Rufus Isaacs], and the Viceroy's reply. 26 Mar 1922
CHAR 2/123/169 Letter from Edward Marsh to A Dunn stating that WSC will bear in mind the name of Isabella Read when it is his turn to nominate a spinster to an almshouse vacancy. Carbon copy. 19 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/170 Letter from Robert Wallace (Agriculture Department, the University, Edinburgh, [Scotland]) to WSC enclosing CHAR 2/123/171. 19 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/171 Cutting from the Scotsman: article by Professor J Sheild Nicholson on the depreciation of the German Mark. Sent with CHAR 2/123/170. 15 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/172 Letter from Herbert Vivian (41 Chester Square, [London]) to WSC announcing that he has just returned from two and a half years in Italy and Austria and asking him for help in obtaining a new job in journalism. Rejoices about the "chorus of appreciation" of WSC's policy but is anxious about "the universal trend towards various forms of bolshevism.". 20 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/173 Letter from Herbert Vivian (41 Chester Square, [London]) to Edward Marsh expressing his wish for journalistic post in which he could deal with foreign affairs and suggesting that WSC might write on his behalf to 1st Lord Rothermere [earlier Sir Harold Harmsworth] or Sir Edward Hulton. 21 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/174 Letter in French from Albert Thomas (League of Nations International Labour Office, Geneva, [Switzerland]) to WSC explaining that he cannot accept his invitation to visit because he has to go the Hague [Netherlands], where the International Labour Office has been summoned before the Permanent Court of International Justice. Expresses support for WSC's policies and notes with approval his growing political influence. 20 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/175 Letter from Edward Marsh to Frederick Guest stating that WSC thinks Louis Brennan should receive an increase in his salary. Carbon copy. 21 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/176 Letter from Captain Russell Steele (Eastbourne, Devizes, [Wiltshire]) to [WSC] lamenting the absence of the distinctive uniforms of the various regiments at the King's review of the Territorials and calling for the gradual reissue of full dress uniform. 23 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/177 Letter from H Haward (The Investors' Guardian and Joint Stock Companies' Review, Lime Street Chambers, 21 Lime Street, [London]) to WSC enclosing CHAR 2/123/178. 24 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/178 Page from the Investors' Guardian: marked article attacking the idea that Britain should pay all her debts incurred during the war whilst releasing those countries which are indebted to her. Sen with CHAR 2/123/177. 22 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/179 Letter from Nathan Laski (G P Gunnis & Co Ltd, Bridgewater House, Whitworth Street, Manchester) to WSC asking for a letter of introduction to the Viceroy of India, Lord Reading [earlier Sir Rufus Isaacs], with whom he wishes to discuss the commercial situation in India, especially as it affects Manchester. 24 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/180 Letter from F Brook (12 Downing Street) to Edward Marsh enclosing information about the Oldham Reform Club [Lancashire] [not present]. 25 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/181 Letter from Edward Marsh (Colonial Office) to S W Brown asking whether the India Office would object to WSC writing a letter of introduction to [Lord Reading] for Nathan Laski. Annotated by Brown: "Lord Peel says 'by all means'". 26 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/182 Letter from Edward Marsh to Nathan Laski enclosing the top copy of CHAR 2/123/183. Carbon copy. 26 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/183 Letter from [WSC] to Lord Reading introducing Nathan Laski. Carbon copy. 26 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/184 Letter from Sidney Oliver (Old Hall, Ramsden, [? Essex]) to WSC announcing that WSC will receive a copy of the report of Oliver's committee on the effect on prisoners of penal methods in recognition of his work for prison reform when he was Home Secretary. 27 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/185 Letter from M H Ispahani, honorary secretary of the London Muslim League (18 Sloane Street, [London]), to WSC enclosing CHAR 2/123/186-187 and CHAR 2/123/188. 27 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/186-187 Letter from M H Ispahani, honorary secretary of the London Muslim League (18 Sloane Street, [London]), to the Under-Secretary of State at the Foreign Office [Cecil Harmsworth] enclosing a report for the consideration of Lord Curzon on the damage done by the Greeks to Islamic architecture in Asia Minor [see CHAR 2/123/188] and arguing that either the Greeks should be forced to pay reparations or the Allies should make good the damage, since they allowed the Greeks to land troops in Smyrna and invade Asia Minor "without adequate guarantees of good conduct." Copy sent with CHAR 2/123/185. 25 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/188 English translation of a report by A Raymond Aine, architect, on the damage done by the Greeks to Islamic architecture in Asia Minor. Sent with CHAR 2/123/185. 09 Mar 1922
CHAR 2/123/189-190 Letter from M H Ispahani, honorary secretary of the London Muslim League (18 Sloane Street, [London]) to WSC enclosing CHAR 2/123/191-198 and CHAR 2/123/199 and arguing that not until there has been a just settlement with Turkey can there be a return to normal conditions in India. 14 Jun 1922
CHAR 2/123/191-198 Letter from M H Ispahani, honorary secretary of the London Muslim League (18 Sloane Street, [London]) to the Under-Secretary of State at the Foreign Office [Cecil Harmsworth] urging the British government to take an impartial attitude to the allegations of atrocities in Anatolia because the belief that they are favouring the Greeks against the Turks is alienating Muslim opinion in India. Calls for the evacuation of Asia Minor and Eastern Thrace by the Greeks, the withdrawal of the Allies from Constantinople and the opening of Anatolia to outside enterprise as a safeguard for the minorities there. Warns against driving the Muslims of western Asia into the arms of the Bolsheviks. Copy sent with CHAR 2/123/189-190. 14 Jun 1922
CHAR 2/123/199 Report by on the atrocities in Anatolia by two members of the American Relief Commission. Sent with CHAR 2/123/191-198. [1922]
CHAR 2/123/200 Note by Edward Marsh that WSC will be glad to be president of the Oldham Reform Club [Lancashire]. 28 Jul [1922]
CHAR 2/123/201 Letter from 12 Downing Street to Edward Marsh returning CHAR 2/123/202-203. 27 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/202-203 Letter from J W Lomas, secretary of the Oldham Reform Club (Union Street, [Oldham, Lancashire]) to WSC inviting him to be president of the Club. 13 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/204 Letter from [Edward Marsh] to Alexander MacCallum Scott asking on WSC's behalf for information on the Brotherhood Union. Carbon copy. 29 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/205 Another copy of CHAR 2/123/204 with Alexander MacCallum Scott's reply that the Brotherhood Union is not very important and the best plan would be not to answer the letter from them (31 Jul) [see CHAR 2/123/207]. 29 Jul 1922 - 31 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/206 Index slip referring to CHAR 2/123/207. [Jul] [1922]
CHAR 2/123/207 Letter from William Turner, commissioner of the Scottish National Brotherhood Union (267 Union Street, Aberdeen, [Scotland]) to WSC (Colonial Office) enclosing a list of patrons and patronesses of the Union [see CHAR 2/123/208] and asking whether WSC's name can be added to it. 28 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/208 List of patrons and patronesses of the Scottish National Brotherhood Union. Sent with CHAR 2/123/207. [1922]
CHAR 2/123/209 Envelope addressed to William Turner, commissioner [of the Scottish National Brotherhood Union]. [1922]
CHAR 2/123/210 Letter from J W Lomas, secretary of the Oldham Reform Club (Union Street, Oldham, [Lancashire]) to WSC stating that the Club will be pleased to hear that WSC has accepted the invitation to be its president. 29 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/211 Note by Edward Marsh summarising CHAR 2/123/212-216 and indicating that WSC accepted the invitation to be president of the Oldham Reform Club. Jul [1922]
CHAR 2/123/212-216 Letter from J W Lomas, secretary of the Oldham Reform Club (Union Street, [Oldham, Lancashire]) to Edward Marsh on the Club's wish to have WSC as its president. 29 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/217 Letter from Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Alfred Rawlinson (War Office) suggesting that this is an opportune moment to draw Rawlinson's papers on his claim to compensation for loss of machine guns to the attention of [Sir Laming Worthington Evans]. 31 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/218 Letter from Major Henry Newton (Mile Ash House, Duffield Road, Derby) to WSC asking to talk to him about his claim before the Royal Commission arising from his service as Deputy Controller of the Trench Warfare Department. 31 Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/219 Letter from Mrs A Dunn (51 Mexfield Road, Putney, [London]) to [WSC] supporting the application of Miss Isabella Reed for one of the almshouses in Trinity Grounds, Mile End Road [London]. Encloses testimonials [see CHAR 2/123/221]. Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/220 Calling card of Mrs A Dunn of 51 Mexfield Road, Putney, [London]. Jul 1922
CHAR 2/123/221 Testimonials to the good character of Miss Isabella Reed, an applicant for one of the almshouses in Trinity Grounds, Mile End Road, [London]. Sent with CHAR 2/123/219. 1921
CHAR 2/123/222 Cataloguer's note referring to CHAR 2/123/223. c 1987
CHAR 2/123/223 Letter from Lord Grey [earlier Sir Edward Grey] (4 Buckingham Street, [London]) to WSC stating that he favours the Government helping Count Metternich because Metternich spoke well of Grey when German ambassador at Constantinople. c 1922
CHAR 2/123/224-248 Duplicates for CHAR 2/123/72-96. Carbon copies. [Jun] [1922]