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CHAR 20/144B/102 Note markd "Personal Corres. Moran, About Capt. the Hon David Rhys" Manuscript. 1944
CHAR 20/144B/103 Registry note recording the details of a letter which was sent to Lord Moran [earlier Sir Charles Wilson, WSC's personal physician] enquiring about the health of Captain David Rhys Manuscript. Aug 1944
CHAR 20/144B/104 Letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to Lady Grigg (War office) informing him that Lord Moran [earlier Sir Charles Wilson, WSC's personal physician] has received an enquiry regarding the health of Captain David Rhys, who was wounded in the head and knee and was in hospital and asking her if enquiries can be made about individual cases Initialled. Annotated that Captain David Rhys is in hospital in this country. 19 Aug 1944
CHAR 20/144B/105 Note marked "Pers Corres, Moran, Report on "Hedley - 4th Q O, Dec/44" Manuscript. Dec 1944
CHAR 20/144B/106 Telegram from General Harding to Lord Moran [earlier Sir Charles Wilson, WSC's private Physician] informing him that Hedley (4th Hussars) was wounded in action and that he has been evacuated on a hospital ship, to Britain and notifying him of the base hospital's diagnosis. 29 Dec 1944
CHAR 20/144B/107 Letter from John Peck [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to Lord Moran [earlier Sir Charles Wilson, WSC's personal Physician] containing CHAR 20/144B/106 Initialled. 30 Dec 1944
CHAR 20/144B/108 Same as CHAR 20/144B/106. 29 Dec 1944
CHAR 20/144B/109 Note to the Private Office containing one copy for Lord Moran [earlier Sir Charles Wilson, WSC's personal physician] and asking if only one copy will suffice. 30 Dec 1944
CHAR 20/144B/110 Note recording the details of correspondence regarding the publication of Lord Moran's [earlier Sir Charles Wilson, WSC's personal physician] book Manuscript. Aug 1944
CHAR 20/144B/111 Registry form recording the details of correspondence regarding the publication of Lord Moran's [earlier Sir Charles Wilson, WSC's personal physician] book and his request that WSC will assist in persuading the paper controller to publish his book on account that it will be of use to the forces Manuscript. Aug 1944
CHAR 20/144B/112 Letter from [1st]Lord Moran (Royal College of Physicians) [earlier Sir Charles Wilson, WSC's personal physician] to WSC asking him if anything can be done to prevent a delay in the publication of his book due to the shortage of paper and explaining why his new book is so important Signed. Annotated. 01 Aug 1944
CHAR 20/144B/113 Note from Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] marked "I am ready to speak whn you wish" Initialled manuscript. 21 Aug 1944
CHAR 20/144B/114-115 Note from Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to WSC informing him that Lord Moran [earlier Sir Charles Wilson, WSC's Personal Physician] has had his book "morale" accepted for publication, but that this will probably be delayed due to a shortage of paper and that Moran is asking if there is anything he can do to speed this along and explaining the usual proceedure for this and commenting that it would be unusual for him to personnaly back this application and suggesting who Moran should contact for support Initialled. Annotated. 14 Aug 1944
CHAR 20/144B/116 Note by WSC stating that he believes that the early publication of Lord Moran's [earlier Sir Charles Wilson, WSC's Personal Physician] book "The Anatomy of Courage" would be useful to the armed force. [Aug] 1944
CHAR 20/144B/117 Note to Lord Moran [earlier Sir Charles Wilson, WSC's Personal Physician] attaching a note which he may use in connection with obtaining the necessary paper for his new book and adding that he hopes that this will get him what he wants. Sep 1944
CHAR 20/144B/118 Note from Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to WSC advising that the best solution would be for him to provide Lord Moran [earlier Sir Charles Wilson, WSC's Personal Physician] with a note which he can hand to his publishers Initialled. 01 Sep 1944
CHAR 20/144B/119 Note from WSC stating that he hopes that Lord Moran [earlier Sir Charles Wilson, WSC's Personal Physician] will be given the facilities he needs for the publication of his book "The Anatomy of Courage" Initialled. Annotated. 01 Sep 1944
CHAR 20/144B/120 Note marked "Personal Correspondence Morgenthau, Snds P M set of supplementary French Franc currency, August 1944" Manuscript. 01 Aug 1944
CHAR 20/144B/121 Registry note recording the correspondence regarding the set of supplementary French Franc currency which was sent to WSC by Henry Morgenthau [United States Secretary of the Treasury] Manuscript. Aug 1944
CHAR 20/144B/122 Letter from Henry Morgenthau (Secretary of the Treasury, Washington [United States]) [United States Secretary of the Treasury] to WSC sending him a set of French Franc currency now in use in France and also a set of Committee French Franc currency Signed. Annotated. 25 Aug 1944
CHAR 20/144B/123 Letter John Peck [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to V Lawford (Foreign Office) [Assistant Private Secretary] asking him to send a message from WSC to Henry Morgenthau [United States Secretary of the Treasury] thanking him for sending him two sets of French Franc currency Initialled. 10 Sep 1944
CHAR 20/144B/124 Telegram from WSC to Henry Morgenthau [United States Secretary of the Treasury] thanking him for sending him two sets of French Franc currency Signature in typescript. 11 Sep 1944
CHAR 20/144B/125 Letter from Desmond Morton [Prime Minister's Personal Assistant] to the Private Office commenting on the recent flood of white papers which he has received Signed manuscript. 29 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/126 Note marked "Personal Corres. Mountbatten, Admiral Mountbatten, message for King's birthday sent thro, No 10, Dec 1944" Manuscript. Dec 1944
CHAR 20/144B/127 Telegram from Lord Louis Mountbatten [Supreme Allied Commander South East Asia] to King George VI wishing him a happy birthday. 12 Dec 1944
CHAR 20/144B/128 Letter from the offices of the War Cabinet, Great Georges Street, S W 1, London, to John Peck [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] asking him to forward CVHAR 20/144B/127 to the Palace Signed. 13 Dec 1944
CHAR 20/144B/129 Letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to Lord Moran [earlier Sir Charles Wilson, WSC's personal physician] marked "Private" containing a letter which WSC received from Lord Moyne [earlier Walter Guinness, Deputy Minister of State (Middle East)] and which he wishes him now to see Initialled. Annotated. 09 Feb 1944
CHAR 20/144B/130 Letter from WSC to Lord Moyne [earlier Walter Guinness, Deputy Minister of State (Middle East)] thanking him for his letter about Dr Justina Wilson's treatment and adding that it was kind of him to offer to arrange for the supplies for the preparations Initialled. 10 Feb 1944
CHAR 20/144B/131 Note recording the details of the telegrams of sympathy on Lord Moyne [earlier Walter Guinness, Deputy Minister of State (Middle East)] assasination Manuscript. Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/132 Note from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to WSC asking him if he wishes to send a message of sympathy to Lord Moyne's [earlier Walter Guinness, Deputy Minister of State (Middle East)] eldest son, Bryan, who is on his way home, by air, bringing his fathers ashes with him Initialled manuscript. Annotated. 10 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/133 Telegram from Field Marshal Lord Gort [earlier John Verker, High Commissioner and Commander in Chief Palestine] to Oliver Stanley [Secretary of State for the Colonies] containing a message from Abdullah ibn Hussein, [Emir] of Transjordan [later Jordan] of sympathy at the death of 1st Lord Moyne [earlier Walter Guinness, Deputy Minister of State (Middle East)]. 10 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/134 Same as CHAR 20/144B/133Annotated. 10 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/135 Letter from C Thornley (Colonial Office, Downing Street, S W 1, London) [Private Secretary] to John Martin [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] enclosing CHAR 20/144B/133 Signed. 13 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/136 Letter from WSC to Lord Moyne of sympathy at the loss of his father and also commenting on the achievements of his life Signature in typescript. 17 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/137 Letter from Lord Moyne (Biddesden House, Andover, Hampshire) to WSC thanking him for all his kindness during this time and for the kind words which he said about his father in the House of Commons Signature in typescript. Copy. 18 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/138 Same as CHAR 20/144B/137 Signed manuscript. 18 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/139 Letter from Lord Moyne (Biddesden House, Andover, Hampshire) to WSC thanking him for his letter and stating that his father valued his friendship with him very highly Signed manuscript. 20 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/140 Letter from John Peck [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to C Thornley (Colonial Office) [Private Secretary] informing him that WSC wishes to send a reply to Abdullah ibn Hussein, Emir of Transjordan [later Jordan] and asking him to suggest a reply. Initialled. 24 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/141 Note marked " Amir Abdullah's message to P M about Lord Moyne" Manuscript. 1944
CHAR 20/144B/142 Letter from C Thornley (Colonial Office, Downing Street, S W 1, London, Private Secretary) to John Peck [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] enclosing a draft reply for WSC to send to the Emir of Transjordan [later Jordan], Abdullah [ibn Hussein]. Signed. 01 Dec 1944
CHAR 20/144B/143 Letter from John Peck [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to C Thornley (Colonial Office) [Private Secretary] informing him that they have no comments to add to the suggested draft reply for WSC to send to the Emir of Transjordan [later Jordan] Abdullah [ibn Hussein]. Initialled. 05 Dec 1944
CHAR 20/144B/144 Telegram to Jerusalem [Palestine] asking them to inform Abdullah [ibn Hussein], Emir of Transjordan [later Jordan] that his message of sympathy regarding the death of 1st Lord Moyne [earlier Walter Guinness, Deputy Minister of State, Middle East] has been passed on to the British Government and that they appreciate this tribute. Initialled. 1944
CHAR 20/144B/145-146 Letter from Lord Killearn (British Embassy, Cairo [Egypt]) [British Ambassador in Egypt] to WSC marked "Personal" reporting on the situation in Egypt and stating that the country seems aware of its responsibilities and that he is glad that they have caught of his two murderers and that he will do everything to ensure that justice is done and commenting that he has General Jan Smuts [Prime Minister of South Africa] and that he seemed in good health Signed manuscript. 12 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/147-148 Same as CHAR 20/144B/145-146 Signature in typescript. Copy. 12 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/149 Telegram from WSC to Lord Killearn [British Ambassador in Egypt] marked "Personal" thanking him for his letter and stating that he hopes that he is refreshed by his leave Initialled. Annotated. 18 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/150 Telegram from Mackenzie King (Prime Minister of Canada) to WSC marked "Important" of sympathy at the death of Lord Moyne [earlier Walter Guinness, Deputy Minister of State, Middle East] Initials in typescript. Annotated. 07 Nov 1944 - 08 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/151 Telegram from WSC to Mackenzie King [Prime Minister of Canada] thanking him for his message of sympathy at the death of Lord Moyne [earlier Walter Guinness, Deputy Minister of State, Middle East]. [Nov] 1944
CHAR 20/144B/152 Letter from (South Africa House, Trafalgar Square, London, W C 2) to WSC containing a message from General Jan Smuts [Prime Minister of South Africa] of sympathy at the murder of Lord Moyne [earlier Walter Guinness, Deputy Minister of State, Middle East] Signed. Annotated. 08 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/153 Telegram from WSC to General Jan Smuts [Prime Minister of South Africa] thanking him for his message of sympathy at the death of Lord Moyne [Deputy Minister of State, Middle East] Initials in typescript. 12 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/154 Same as CHAR 20/144B/153 Initialled. Annotated. 12 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/155 Telegram from Peter Fraser (Prime Minister of New Zealand) to WSC marked "Personal" of sympathy at the death of Lord Moyne [earlier Walter Guinness] Annotated. 07 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/156 Note from Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] stating that he has spoken to the Dominions office and that as this telegram was not personal to WSC, that they thought that it was better to send a reply as from the Secretary of State and noting that he agreed to this suggestion Initialled. 10 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/157-158 Telegram from Hamdi Al Pachechi (Baghdad, Prime Minister of Iraq) to WSC of sympathy at the assassination of Lord Moyne [earlier Walter Guinness, Deputy of State, Middle East] Signature in typescript. 10 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/159 Draft telegram from WSC to [Hamdi Al Pachechi] Prime Minister of Iraq thanking him for his message of sympathy at the assassination of Lord Moyne [earlier Walter Guinness, Deputy Secretary of State, Middle East] Initialled. 10 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/160 Telegram from Lord Killearn (Capetown) [British Ambassador in Egypt] to WSC marked "Personal" of sympathy at the death of Lord Moyne [earlier Walter Guinness, Deputy Secretary of State, Middle East] and informing him that he is returning to Cairo [Egypt] immediately Initialled. 07 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/161 Draft telegram from WSC to Lord Killearn [British Ambassador in Egypt] thanking him for his message of sympathy at the death of Lord Moyne [earlier Walter Guinness, Deputy Secretary of State, Middle East] and stating that he is glad to hear that he is returning to Cairo [Egypt] Initialled. 09 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/162 Note from Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to WSC containing three telegrams regarding the death of Lord Moyne [earlier Walter Guinness, Deputy Secretary of State, Middle East] and their draft replies for his consideration Initialled. 08 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/163-164 Telegram from Stanislaw Mikolajczyk (Prime Minister of Poland) to WSC of sympathy at the death of Lord Moyne [earlier Walter Guinness, Deputy Secretary of State, Middle East] Signed manuscript. 08 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/165 Draft telegram from WSC to Stanislaw Mikolajczyk (Prime Minister of Poland) thanking him for his message of sympathy at the death of Lord Moyne [earlier Walter Guinness, Deputy Secretary of State, Middle East] Initialled. 09 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/166 Letter from Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to G Millard (Foreign Office) [Assistant Private Secretary] enclosing three telegrams which WSC has received regarding the death of Lord Moyne [earlier Walter Guinness, Deputy Secretary of State, Middle East] and the replies to them and asking him to despatch them Initialled. 09 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/167 Telegram from WSC to Stanislaw Mikolajczyk (18 Kensington Palace Gardens, W 8) [Prime Minister of Poland] thanking him for his message regarding the death of Lord Moyne [earlier Walter Guinness, Deputy Secretary of State, Middle East] Signature in typescript. Annotated. 10 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/168 Telegram from Richard Casey [Minister of State Middle East] to WSC stating that he is appalled by the assassination of Lord Moyne [earlier Walter Guinness, Deputy Minister of State, Middle East] and asks if his sympathies could be passed on to his family. 07 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/169 Letter from John Peck [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to E Armstrong (Offices of the War Cabinet) informing him that WSC received a message from Richard Casey [Minister of State Middle East] expressing his horror at the assassination of Lord Moyne [earlier Walter Guinness, Deputy Minister of State, Middle East] and requesting his sympathies to be passed on to his family and asking him if he will deal with this Initialled. 08 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/170 Letter from John Peck [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to WSC informing him that Richard Casey's [Minister of State Middle East] message of sympathy has been passed on to the Moyne family and asking him if he wishes to send Casey a reply and submitting a draft proposal for his consideration Initialled. 08 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/171 Draft telegram from WSC to Richard Casey's [Minister of State Middle East] thanking him for his message regarding the death of Lord Moyne [earlier Walter Guinness, Deputy Secretary of State, Middle East] and informing him that he has passed no his message of sympathy to the Moyne family Initialled. 08 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/172 Letter from John Peck [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to F Turnbull (India Office) [Private Secretary] containing Richard Casey's [Minister of State Middle East] message to WSC and WSC's reply and asking him to despatch these documents Initialled. 09 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/173 Telegram from WSC to Richard Casey [Minister of State Middle East] marked "Personal" thanking him for his message regarding Lord Moyne [earlier Walter Guinness, Deputy Minister of State, Middle East]. 09 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/174 Draft telegram from WSC to King Yemen the Iman Yahya thanking him for his message of sympathy regarding the death of Lord Moyne [earlier Walter Guinness, Deputy Minister of the Middle East] Initialled. 15 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/175 Telegram from WSC to King of the Yemen the Iman Yahya thanking him for his message of sympathy regarding the death of Lord Moyne [earlier Walter Guinness, Deputy Minister of State, Middle East] Initialled. Copy. 15 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/176 Telegram from King of the Yemen the Iman Yahya to WSC of sympathy at the death of Lord Moyne [earlier Walter Guinness, Deputy Minister of the Middle East] Signature in typescript. 16 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/177 Note from Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to WSC containing a draft reply to the King of the Yemen the Iman Yahya Initialled manuscript. 16 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/178 Letter from Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to C H Thornley (Colonial Office) [Private Secretary] asking him to ensure that the enclosed reply to the Iman of the Yemen is sent Initialled. 16 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/179 Same as CHAR 20/144B/175. 17 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/180 Same as CHAR 20/144B/175. 17 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/181 Letter from M Malleson (Colonial Office, Downing Street, S W 1) [Assistant Private Secretary] to Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] enclosing two copies of CHAR 20/144B/175 Signed. 18 Nov 1944
CHAR 20/144B/182 Note from George Harvie Watt [Prime Minister's Parliamentary Private Secretary]to WSC informing him that he met Alfred Munnings (President of the Royal Academy) and that he was very keen that he should show some of his paintings at the Academy this year Initialled. 25 Mar 1944
CHAR 20/144B/183 Letter from George Harvie Watt (Woodlands House, Armadale, West Lothian [Scotland]) [Prime Minister's Parliamentary Private Secretary] to Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] containing his weekly report and informing him that he has notified Alfred Munnings [President of the Royal Academy] that WSC would not agree and adding that he will remain in Scotland until the 17th or 18th April Signature in typescript. Copy. 07 Apr 1944
CHAR 20/144B/184 Note marked "Personal Corres Munster. Lord Munster to see P M, Sept 1944" Manuscript. Sep 1944
CHAR 20/144B/185 Registry form recording the details of correspondence regarding Lord Munster's [Under Secretary of State for India and Burma] wish to see WSC Manuscript. Sep 1944
CHAR 20/144B/186 Letter from Lord Munster (India Office, Whitehall [London]) [Under Secretary of State for India and Burma] to WSC informing him that he is due to depart for India on October 2nd, in case he wishes to see him before he leaves Signed. 25 Sep 1944
CHAR 20/144B/187 Letter from the Maharaja Sir Joodha Shumshere Jung Bahador Rana (Nepal) [Prime Minister of Nepal] to WSC stating how pleased he is to hear of his restoration to good health Signature in typescript. Copy. 23 Jan 1944
CHAR 20/144B/188 Same as CHAR 20/144B/187 Signed. 23 Jan 1944
CHAR 20/144B/189 Letter from Shingha (Nepalese Legation, London, W 8) to WSC enclosing CHAR 20/144B/187 Signature in typescript. Copy. 01 Mar 1944
CHAR 20/144B/190 Same as CHAR 20/144B/189 Signed. Annotated. 01 Mar 1944
CHAR 20/144B/191 Letter from John Colville [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to F Turnbull (India Office) [Private Secretary] enclosing CHAR 20/144B/188 and asking them to draft a reply for WSC Signed. 03 Mar 1944
CHAR 20/144B/192 Draft letter from WSC to the Maharaja of Nepal Sir Joodha Shumshere Jung Bahadur Rana [Prime Minister of Nepal] thanking him for his letter congratulating him on his return to health. [Mar] 1944
CHAR 20/144B/193 Letter from F Turnbull (India Office) [Private Secretary] to John Colville [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] enclosing CHAR 20/144B/188 and containing a suggested draft reply Signed. 07 Mar 1944
CHAR 20/144B/194-195 Same as CHAR 20/144B/192 Signed. 11 Mar 1944
CHAR 20/144B/196 Letter from the Maharaja Sir Joodha Shumshere Jung Bahadur Rana [Prime Minister of Nepal] to WSC stating that he is pleased that he is well again and congratulating him on his contribution to the war effort and stating that he is sorry to hear that there are a few people in Britain who are calling for a general election and stating that Nepal will not forget why he was entitled the "Father of England" Signed. 04 Apr 1944
CHAR 20/144B/197 Letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to F Turnbull (India Office) [Private Secretary] enclosing CHAR 20/196 and asking him to suggest a suitable reply Initialled. 08 May 1944
CHAR 20/144B/198-199 Draft letter from WSC to the Maharaja Sir Joodha Shumshere Jung Bahadur Rana [Prime Minister of Nepal stating that he should not worry about reports claiming that there are differences of opinion in the House of Commons and commenting that Britain is united and thanking him for his kind sentiments. 08 May 1944
CHAR 20/144B/200 Letter from F Turnbull (India Office) [Private Secretary] to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] enclosing CHAR 20/144B/198-199 Signed. 12 May 1944
CHAR 20/144B/201 Note from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to WSC enclosing CHAR 20/144B/198-199 and informing him that the India Office have submitted this as their suggested reply to CHAR 20/144B/196 Initialled. 13 May 1944
CHAR 20/144B/202 Same as CHAR 20/144B/198-199 Initialled. 15 May 1944
CHAR 20/144B/203-204 Letter from the Maharaja Sir Joodha Shumshere Jung Bahadur Rana [Prime Minister of Nepal] to WSC congratulating him on his contribution to the war effort and stating that Nepal has done it can to assist him in this struggle and detailing their efforts Signed. 15 May 1944
CHAR 20/144B/205 Letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] to F Turnbull (India Office) [Private Secretary] containing CHAR 20/144B/203-104 and asking him to send him a suitable reply Initialled. 21 Jun 1944
CHAR 20/144B/206 Draft letter from WSC to the Maharaja Sir Joodha Shumshere Jung Bahadur Rana [Prime Minister of Nepal stating that he was interested to hear of the activities of the three regiments from his contingent and commenting that they have made a worthy contribution to the battle which has prevented Japan gaining a foothold in India. [Jun] 1944
CHAR 20/144B/207 Letter from F Turnbull (India Office) [Private Secretary] to John Martin [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] stating that he believes that they should send a reply to the Maharaja Sir Joodha Shumshere Jung Bahadur Rana [Prime Minister of Nepal] but suggesting that they should delay in sending it in the hope that it will slow down the frequency of their correspondence Signed. 28 Jun 1944
CHAR 20/144B/208-209 Same as CHAR 20/144B/206 Signed. 28 Jun 1944
CHAR 20/144B/210 Letter from John Martin [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to F Turnbull (India Office) [Private Secretary] enclosing CHAR 20/144B/208-209 and asking him to ensure that it is sent. 21 Aug 1944
CHAR 20/144B/211 Letter from the Maharaja Sir Joodha Shumshere Jung Bahadur Rana [Prime Minister of Nepal] to WSC commenting on the recent successes of the war and attributing much of this to him and stating how proud he is of Nepal and how her soldiers have not hesitated to die for Britain and adding that he hopes that he is taking the necessary precautions to protect his health Signed. 21 Aug 1944
CHAR 20/144B/212 Note marked "Personal Correspondence Nepal, Prime Minister of Nepal, October 1944" Manuscript. Annotated. Oct 1944
CHAR 20/144B/213 Letter from Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to F Turnbull (India Office) [Private Secretary] containing CHAR 20/144B/211 and stating that this correspondence is becoming too much and suggesting that an acknowledgement for this letter could be incorporated with a message of thanks for sending WSC birthday greetings, which he claims he will no doubt shortly send Initialled. 01 Oct 1944
CHAR 20/144B/214 Letter from Leslie Rowan [Prime Minister's Private Secretary] to F Turnbull (India Office) [Private Secretary] asking him if he is in a position to reply to his recent letter regarding the Maharaja Sir Joodha Shumshere Jung Bahadur Rana [Prime Minister of Nepal] Initialled. 12 Oct 1944
CHAR 20/144B/215 Letter from F Turnbull (India Office) [Private Secretary] to John Martin [Prime Minister's Principal Private Secretary] stating that he agrees that the correspondence is becoming too much and that no reply should be sent to Maharaja Sir Joodha Shumshere Jung Bahadur Rana [Prime Minister of Nepal] this time and adding that if he does send WSC birthday greetings, then a letter can be sent acknowledging both messages Signed. Annotated. 12 Oct 1944
CHAR 20/144B/216 Telegram from Henry Mulholland [Speaker of the House of Commons in Northern Ireland] to General Dwight Eisenhower [Supreme Commander Allied Expeditionary Force in Western Europe, United States Army] wishing him and his men success in their present operation on behalf of the members of the House of Commons of Northern Ireland Signature in typescript. 06 Jun 1944
CHAR 20/144B/217 Telegram from 6th Lord Bangor [earlier Maxwell Ward, Speaker of the Senate in Northern Ireland] to WSC informing him that he has been requested by the Senate of Northern Ireland to convey, through him, to General Dwight Eisenhower [Supreme Commander Allied Expeditionary Force in Western Europe, United States Army] their wishes for his success in his present operation Signature in typescript. 06 Jun 1944
CHAR 20/144B/218 Letter from G C B D to General Sir Bedell Smith [Chief of Staff, Allied Expeditionary Forces in Europe enclosing copies of messages which he has received from the speakers of the Houses of Parliament in Northern Ireland and adding that WSC has suggested that these messages should be published Initialled. 07 Jun 1944
CHAR 20/144B/219 Letter from George Dodds [Prime Minister's Assistant Private Secretary] to Henry Mulholland (Speaker of the House of Commons of Northern Ireland) thanking him on WSC's behalf for sending him the messages for General Dwight Eisenhower [Supreme Commander Allied Expeditionary Forces in Western Europe, United States Army] and General Sir Harold Alexander [later Lord Alexander of Tunis, Commander in Chief Allied Armies in Italy] and informing him that he is passing these messages on Initialled. 07 Jun 1944
CHAR 20/144B/220 Letter from George Dodds [Prime Minister's Assistant Private Secretary] to Lord Bangor (Speaker of the Senate of Northern Ireland) thanking him on WSC's behalf for sending him the messages for General Dwight Eisenhower [Supreme Commander Allied Expeditionary Forces in Western Europe, United States Army] and General Sir Harold Alexander [later Lord Alexander of Tunis, Commander in Chief Allied Armies in Italy] and informing him that he is passing these messages on Initialled. 07 Jun 1944
CHAR 20/144B/221 Letter from George Dodds [Prime Minister's Assistant Private Secretary] to J Pimlott (Home Office) [Private Secretary] enclosing letters of acknowledgement to the Speakers of the two Houses of Parliament in Northern Ireland and asking him to send them Initialled. 07 Jun 1944