Acquired Papers. Letters from various correspondents to Lady Randolph Churchill concerning the Anglo Saxon Review. All items are manuscript and signed unless otherwise described.

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Date: 1900

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CHAR 28/71/1-2 Letter from Vincent Caillard (National Bank of Egypt, 92 Cannon Street, London) to the editor of the Anglo Saxon Review [John Lane] in which he says that he has not received any communication about his article about the museum at Constantinople [Istanbul, Turkey] in spite of his discussion with Lady Randolph Churchill. Signed typescript with manuscript corrections. 31 Jul 1900
CHAR 28/71/3 Letter from Vincent Caillard (Wingfield House, Near Trowbridge, Wiltshire) to "Lady Jennie" [ Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he is uncertain how to address her, thanks her for her letter and discusses his activities. 08 Sep [1900]
CHAR 28/71/4-6 Letter from Vincent Caillard (Wingfield House, Near Trowbridge, Wiltshire) to "Lady Jennie" [ Lady Randolph Churchill] including advice about Hooper and Batty's proposals for arrangements for commissioning advertisements for the [Anglo Saxon] Review. 30 Dec 1900
CHAR 28/71/7 Letter from an unidentified correspondent (Stafford House, St James' [London]) to [John Lane] in which he says that he is too busy to write an article [for the Anglo Saxon] Review]. 05 Aug [1900]
CHAR 28/71/8 Letter from Joseph Choate (1 Carlton House Terrace [London]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that she would be welcome to include some of his work [in the Anglo Saxon Review] but warns her that it will have already been widely printed. 10 Nov 1900
CHAR 28/71/9 Copy of a letter from [Lady Randolph Churchill](The Anglo Saxon Review, 35a Great Cumberland Place [London]) to John Lane concerning his decision to withdraw from the Anglo Saxon Review and discussing arrangements for the surrender of his stock. Unsigned typescript. Annotated on dorse "Mrs West's letter. Keep". 15 Dec 1900
CHAR 28/71/10 Letter from Blanche Crackanthorpe (65 Rutland Gate [London]) to the editor of the Anglo Saxon Review [John Lane] asking whether he would be interested in publishing her play "The Turn of the Wheel" which Mrs Patrick Campbell may produce and commending the decision to include plays in the magazine. 20 May 1900
CHAR 28/71/11 Letter from Blanche Crackanthorpe (65 Rutland Gate [London]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] enclosing the manuscript of her play "The Turn of the Wheel" [not present] and asking her to inform her whether it will be published in the Anglo Saxon Review. 31 May 1900
CHAR 28/71/12 Letter from Blanche Crackanthorpe (Newbiggin Hall, Westmoreland, Carlisle [Cumberland, Scotland]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which she says that she appreciates the undesirability of including two plays in one issue of the Anglo Saxon Review and asks for her manuscript of "The Turn of the Wheel" to be returned. [1900]
CHAR 28/71/13 Letter from Blanche Crackanthorpe (65 Rutland Gate [London]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] reminding her to return her manuscript of "The Turn of the Wheel". 03 Jul [1900]
CHAR 28/71/14 Letter from Blanche Crackanthorpe (Newbiggin Hall, Westmoreland, Carlisle [Cumberland, Scotland]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] asking her to return her manuscript of "The Turn of the Wheel" by registered post. 27 Aug [1900]
CHAR 28/71/15 Letter from Blanche Crackanthorpe (Newbiggin Hall, Westmoreland, Carlisle [Cumberland, Scotland]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which she says that she has worked on her play ["The Turn of the Wheel"] and asks whether she would like to publish it [in the Anglo Saxon Review]. 21 Oct [1900]
CHAR 28/71/16 Letter from Blanche Crackanthorpe (65 Rutland Gate [London]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] enclosing a letter [not present] from William Earl Hodgson concerning her play "The Turn of the Wheel" and commenting that she does not think "this is quite a fair way to deal with contributors [to the Anglo Saxon Review]". 07 Nov [1900]
CHAR 28/71/17 Letter from Sir Lionel Cust (National Portrait Gallery, St Martin's Place [London]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he congratulates her on her future marriage [to George Cornwallis West] and discussing portraits which he thinks would be suitable to illustrate [the Anglo Saxon Review]". 21 Jul [1900]
CHAR 28/71/18 Letter from Sir Lionel Cust [Director of the National Portrait Gallery](Disentis, Grisons, Switzerland) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he hopes that he has addressed her correctly, thanks her for a cheque for fifteen guineas and says that he would like more notice from [William Earl] Hodgson concerning contributions [to the Anglo Saxon Review]". [1900]
CHAR 28/71/19 Letter from Sir Lionel Cust (National Portrait Gallery, St Martin's Place [London]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] discussing portraits to illustrate the Anglo Saxon Review. 29 Oct 1900
CHAR 28/71/20 Letter from W H Mallock (Bachelors' Club, Hamilton Place [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he says that he hopes to be able to send her a copy of his contribution [to the Anglo Saxon Review] shortly and confirms that he has received a cheque. 15 Jul 1900
CHAR 28/71/21 Letter from W H Mallock (Duntreath Castle, Strathbland [Scotland]) to Mrs West [Lady Randolph Churchill] asking whether she intends to discontinue the Anglo Saxon Review and whether she would like to receive his contribution on the Marriage Hymn of Catullus. 02 Oct 1900
CHAR 28/71/22 Letter from W H Mallock (Bachelors Club, Hamilton Place [London]) to Mrs West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he is going to send her his translation [of the Marriage Hymn of Catullus], commenting that this is the first attempt at retaining the metre in a translation, and asking her to let him know whether it will be published [in the Anglo Saxon Review]. 18 Oct 1900
CHAR 28/71/23 Letter from W H Mallock (Polmaise Castle, Stirling [Scotland]) to Mrs West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he is glad that she likes his poem [a translation of the Marriage Hymn of Catullus] and accepts the terms offered for its publication [in the Anglo Saxon Review]. 24 Oct 1900
CHAR 28/71/24 Letter from W H Mallock (Gosford, Longniddry [East Lothian, Scotland]) to Mrs West [Lady Randolph Churchill] asking whether she would like him to write an introduction to his translation [of the Marriage Hymn of Catullus for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 28 Oct 1900
CHAR 28/71/25 Letter from W H Mallock (Bachelors Club, Hamilton Place [London]) to Mrs West [Lady Randolph Churchill] promising to send an introduction to his translation [of the Marriage Hymn of Catullus for the Anglo Saxon Review] to [William Earl] Hodgson. 04 Nov 1900
CHAR 28/71/26 Letter from W H Mallock (Worth Park, Crawley [Sussex]) to Mrs West [Lady Randolph Churchill] discussing arrangements to see her. 14 Nov 1900
CHAR 28/71/27 Letter from Herbert Maxwell (49 Lennox Gardens [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill thanking her for a copy [of the Anglo Saxon Review] and asking whether she would be interested in his article entitled "Our Allies at Waterloo" about the importance of Prussian, German and Dutch troops to [the Duke of] Wellington. 25 Jul 1900
CHAR 28/71/28-29 Letter from A Bernard Miall (3 Tremedoc Road, Clapham [London]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] discussing his contribution to the Anglo Saxon Review [a translation of "Sister Beatrice: A Miracle Play" by Maurice Maeterlinck] and the terms of payment. 14 Feb 1900
CHAR 28/71/30 Letter from A Bernard Miall (Oceana, Shoreham, Sussex) to [William Earl] Hodgson discussing alterations by Maurice Maeterlinck to his play ["Sister Beatrice: A Miracle Play"] for the Anglo Saxon Review. Typescript. 21 Aug 1900
CHAR 28/71/31 Letter from A Bernard Miall (Smedley's Hydro Establishment, Matlock [Derbyshire]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] discussing arrangements to pay himself and Maurice Maeterlinck for their contribution to the Anglo Saxon Review, asks whether she would be interested in another play by Maeterlinck, and asks when he may be permitted to publish "Sister Beatrice". 03 Oct 1900
CHAR 28/71/32 Letter from A Bernard Miall (Craigside Hydro, Llandudno [Caernarfon, Wales]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he thanks her for a cheque for 75 pounds and undertakes to send a translation of Maurice Maeterlinck's next play to be considered [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 27 Oct 1900
CHAR 28/71/33 Letter from Wemyss Reid (26 Bramham Gardens, South Kensington [London]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he advises her on the publication and distribution arrangements for the Anglo Saxon Review and recommends a solicitor to consult about [John] Lane. 12 Nov 1900
CHAR 28/71/34 Letter from Alfred [?Sutis] (3 Hare Court, Temple [London]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] discussing [A Bernard] Miall's translation of ["Sister Beatrice" by [Maurice] Maeterlinck. 04 Jul 1900