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Reference code: CHAR 2/9

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Date: 01 Nov 1903 - [Dec] [1903]

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CHAR 2/9/1-2 Letter from George C. Thompson to WSC, on address to Cardiff Branch of the Unionist Free Food League. 01 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/3 Letter from Sir Michael Hicks Beach [later Lord St Aldwyn] to WSC, on financial support for local free trade organisations. 01 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/4 Letter from J.W. Lees to WSC on free trade. 02 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/5 Letter from John Redmond to WSC, advocating the release of Alfred Lynch from prison Lynch was Irish Nationalist MP for Galway, and Colonel of Irish Brigade serving with the Boers, he was disqualified from the House and convicted of high treason in 1903 and released in 1904. 02 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/6 Letter from J.C. Gray, General Secretary, Co-Operative Union Ltd., to WSC, on arrangements for meeting. 03 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/7 Letter from Sir Sidney Low to WSC, asking for advance copy of WSC's speech at Unionist Free Food League meeting in Birmingham on 11 Nov, for publication in the press. 04 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/8 Letter from G.S. Pawle to WSC, asking for ticket for Unionist Free Food League meeting in Birmingham. 06 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/9 Letter from W. Herbert Williams to WSC, on forthcoming address to Midland Conservative Club. 07 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/10 Letter from Sir Charles Shaw to WSC on free trade. 07 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/11 Letter from Nigel Macaulay to WSC, asking for ticket for Unionist Free Food League meeting in Birmingham. 10 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/12 Letter from Sir Charles Shaw to WSC, on WSC's forthcoming address to Midland Conservative Club, expressing regret that he would not be dealing with the fiscal question. 11 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/13 Letter from W. Herbert Williams to WSC on free trade. 12 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/14 Letter from John Biggs to WSC, on ficsal reform and the effect on British agriculture. 12 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/15 Letter from the Manchester Courier to WSC, on publication of his Birmingham speech on free trade, asking him to let them have the copy earlier in future. 12 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/16 Letter from Cassell & Co. to WSC, asking for photograph for use in Men and Women. 12 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/17 Letter from E. Green to WSC on fiscal policy. 13 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/18-19 Letter from Herbert Vivian to WSC, on public meetings and the need for newspaper coverage of the free trade cause. 15 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/20 Letter from WSC to Sir Michael Hicks Beach [later Lord St Aldwyn], on the tactics of the free trade campaign. 15 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/21 Letter from Ernest Beckett to WSC, on the tactics of the free trade campaign. 16 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/22 Letter from Midland Centre, Postal Telegraph Clerks' Association, to WSC, acknowledging receipt of letter of 10 Nov. 17 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/23 Letter from J.E. Evans-Jackson, Imperial Industries Club, to WSC, invitation to attend dinner, followed by debate on the fiscal question as affecting the Colonies annotated "much regret previous engagement prevents". 17 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/24-25 Letter from Hugh Arnold-Forster [Secretary of State for War] (War Office) to WSC, apologies for not answering his letter of 24 Oct on the case of Captain Stuart Duncan. 17 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/26 Letter from E. Mayne to WSC, asking for help in obtaining Greenwich Pension for his father-in-law. 18 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/27 Letter from Charles Hill to WSC, on danger to British agriculture from protective tariffs for corn and agricultural produce from the Colonies. 18 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/28-30 Letter from George F. Shee to WSC, asking him to support National Service League, advocating reduction in regular forces and the introduction of National Service. 19 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/31-33 Letter from Lord Hugh Cecil [later Lord Quickswood] to WSC, on the future tactics of the free trade campaign, particularly forthcoming meeting with George Wyndham, and the attitude of Arthur Balfour [later Lord Balfour] to the Unionist Free Traders. 19 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/34 Letter from J.E. Evans-Jackson, Imperial Industries Club, to WSC, repeating invitation to attend dinner, followed by debate on the fiscal question as affecting the Colonies. 20 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/35 Letter from G. Shaw Lefevre to WSC, congratulations on article in the Monthly Review on free trade. 22 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/36 Letter from C. Sheridan Jones to WSC, asking if he would be willing to act as Vice President of People's League Against Protection. 23 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/37 Letter from E. Mayne to WSC, on attempt to obtain Greenwich Pension for his father-in-law. 25 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/38 Letter from Charles F. Lawson to WSC, on support for the free trade movement in New Zealand. 26 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/39 Letter from G. King-Hall to WSC, support for free trade. 27 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/40-41 Letter from J.M. Maclean to WSC, on India's place in an Imperial Federation. 27 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/42 Letter from George King to WSC, sending photograph of WSC taken at Unionist Free Food Meeting in Birmingham and published in the Sphere, also commenting on C.B. Crisp's electoral prospects in Croydon. 27 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/43 Letter from E.Mayne to WSC, on attempt to obtain Greenwich Pension for his father-in-law. 28 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/44 Letter from Sir William Bailey to WSC, asking him to address Manchester Reform Club on free trade. 28 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/45 Letter from T.C. Walton to WSC on free trade. 23 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/46-47 Letter from F.H. Manners-Sutton, Secretary, Unionist Free Food League, to WSC, asking if he would be willing to address meeting of the London Coffee, Restaurant and Dining Room Keepers Trade Protection Society, protesting against the taxation of food. 30 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/48 Letter from J. Moore Bayley to WSC, on free trade. 30 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/49 Letter from 2nd Lord Lamington to WSC on free trade. 30 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/50 Letter from George King to WSC, on C.B. Crisp's electoral prospects in Croydon. 30 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/51-52 Letter from Midland Centre, Postal Telegraph Clerks' Association, to WSC, thanks for letter on the probable position of postal servants in the event of the adoption of Chamberlain's fiscal reforms, enclosing cutting from the Birmingham Daily Post, publishing WSC's letter in full. 30 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/53-54 Letter from Sidney G. Solomon, Secretary, Walsall Liberal Association, to WSC, sending resolution of the Executive Committee, congratulating WSC and Lord Hugh Cecil [later Lord Quickswood on their speeches at Unionist Free Food League meeting in Birmingham. 30 Nov 1903
CHAR 2/9/55 Letter from The Society of Arts to WSC, invitation to attend lecture by J.M. Maclean on "India's Place in an Imperial Federation". [Dec 1903]