Acquired Papers. Letters from various correspondents to Lady Randolph Churchill concerning the Anglo Saxon Review. The file also includes some correspondence addressed to Sidney Low and Earl Hodgson who managed the Anglo Saxon Review during Lady Randolph's work with the hospital ship Maine in the Boer War. All items are manuscript and signed unless otherwise described.

Reference code: CHAR 28/72

Part of: CHAR 28
Next record: CHAR 28/73
Previous record: CHAR 28/71

Date: 1899 - 1901

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CHAR 28/72/1 Letter from Gordon Craig (8 Downshire Hill, Hampstead [London]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] accepting the offer to design advertisement pages for the Anglo Saxon Review for 5 pounds per design or page. 03 Dec 1900
CHAR 28/72/2 Letter from Gordon Craig (8 Downshire Hill, Hampstead [London]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] asking whether his terms for designing advertisement pages for the Anglo Saxon Review are acceptable. 10 Dec 1900
CHAR 28/72/3-4 Letter from Gordon Craig (8 Downshire Hill, Hampstead [London]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he discusses his interview with Hooper and Batty and discusses the difficulties of the relationship between designers and commissioning advertisers. [1900]
CHAR 28/72/5 Letter from Sir Lionel Cust (National Portrait Gallery, St Martin's Place [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill enclosing a letter from Claude Phillips [see CHAR 28/72/6] about Hertford House and reporting that he has discussed illustrations [for the Anglo Saxon Review] with [William Earl] Hodgson. 26 Jul [1900]
CHAR 28/72/6 Letter from Claude Phillips (Trustees of the Wallace Collection, Hertford House [London]) to Sir Lionel Cust asking him to inform Lady Randolph Churchill that photographs of Hertford House are prohibited. Covering letter at CHAR 28/72/7. 25 Jul [1900]
CHAR 28/72/7 Letter from Cyril Davenport (The British Museum, London) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he reports that he has "several favourable notices" about the binding of the Anglo Saxon Review, discusses his progress in preparing the binding of the next issue and says that he has asked [F B] Money [Coutts] to write an article about art. 07 Feb 1900
CHAR 28/72/8 Letter from Cyril Davenport (The British Museum, London) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he welcomes her home, congratulates her [on her work with the hospital ship Maine] and says that he has "a beautiful red cover" [for the next issue of the Anglo Saxon Review]. 24 Apr 1900
CHAR 28/72/9 Letter from Cyril Davenport (The British Museum, London) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he suggesting that a limited number of copies [of the Anglo Saxon Review] should be published in fine leather to appeal to collectors of reproduction bindings. 19 May 1900
CHAR 28/72/10 Letter from Cyril Davenport (The British Museum, London) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he reassures her about the preparation of the binding of the next issue [of the Anglo Saxon Review] and gives the address at which he can be contacted. 24 May 1900
CHAR 28/72/11 Letter from Cyril Davenport (The British Museum, London) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he says that he is glad that she approved of the binding of the last issue [of the Anglo Saxon Review] and says that he would be pleased to work on the Wallace Collection with her. 02 Jul 1900
CHAR 28/72/12 Letter from Cyril Davenport (The British Museum, London) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he recommends that she should contact Professor Robert Douglas about affairs in China and Robert Bain about Russian affairs and advises her that [the Anglo Saxon Review] should not contain too much art. 14 Jul 1900
CHAR 28/72/13 Letter from Cyril Davenport (The British Museum, London) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] discussing arrangements to see her to consider the bindings of [the Anglo Saxon Review]. 02 Nov 1900
CHAR 28/72/14 Letter from Cyril Davenport (The British Museum, London) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he thanks her for sending him copies of [the Anglo Saxon Review]. 08 Nov 1900
CHAR 28/72/15 Letter from Cyril Davenport (The British Museum, London) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he asks her to write in a copy [of the Anglo Saxon Review] so that he can leave it as a heirloom to his son and discusses revision of the proofs of his article about jewelry. 14 Nov 1900
CHAR 28/72/16 Letter from Cyril Davenport (The British Museum, London) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he thanks her for writing in a copy [of the Anglo Saxon Review] which he says that he will treasure. 26 Nov 1900
CHAR 28/72/17 Letter from Cyril Davenport (The British Museum, London) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he recommends her to accept a story by Professor Douglas [not present] about Chinese affairs [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 03 Dec 1900
CHAR 28/72/18 Letter from Constance Fletcher (11 King Street, Kensington Square [London]) to [Sidney] Low enclosing the manuscript [not present] of a play entitled "A Man and His Wife" for consideration [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 10 Aug 1900
CHAR 28/72/19 Letter from Constance Fletcher (Asolo, Veneto, Italy) to [Sidney] Low in which she says that she is sorry to hear that he is not continuing with the Anglo Saxon Review and says that she would be grateful if he could forward her manuscript to [Lady Randolph Churchill]. 05 Oct 1900
CHAR 28/72/20 Letter from Edward Garnett (Kent Hatch, Near Edenbridge [Kent]) to William Earl Hodgson discussing the submission of his article "Tolstoy and Turgenieff" [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 13 Aug 1900
CHAR 28/72/21-22 Letter from Edward Garnett (Kent Hatch, Near Edenbridge [Kent]) to [William Earl] Hodgson in which he says that he would like to add to his article "Tolstoy and Turgenieff" [for the Anglo Saxon Review] or alternatively devote an article to the subject of the artist's vision of life. 16 Aug 1900
CHAR 28/72/23 Letter from Richard Garnett (27 Tanza Road, Hampstead [London]) to [William Earl] Hodgson discussing the revision of the proofs of his lecture on "Shelley's views of art" [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 18 Aug 1900
CHAR 28/72/24 Letter from Richard Garnett (27 Tanza Road, Hampstead [London]) to [William] Earl Hodgson concerning alterations he has made to his article [for the Anglo Saxon Review] at the request of Lady Randolph Churchill. 21 Jul 1900
CHAR 28/72/25 Letter from John Gorst (Ministry of Finance, Cairo [Egypt]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he says that he has received a cheque for his article ["The Oriental Character"] and that he has requested an additional copy [of the Anglo Saxon Review] and expresses admiration for WSC's conduct [in the Boer War] and for his letters. 20 Apr 1900
CHAR 28/72/26 Letter from Edmund Gosse (29 Delamere Terrace, Westbourne Square [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill declining an invitation. 10 Jul 1900
CHAR 28/72/27 Letter from Richard Haldane [later Lord Haldane](3 Whitehall Court [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he says that the lecture which she wanted to publish in the Anglo Saxon Review is already being printed but offers to write for the next issue. 09 May 1900
CHAR 28/72/28 Letter from Richard Haldane [later Lord Haldane](3 Whitehall Court [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he says that he assumes that the paper which he sent to her is to be published in the Anglo Saxon Review. 25 May 1900
CHAR 28/72/29 Letter from James (Ferne, Salisbury [Wiltshire]) to Mrs George Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he is unable to write a contribution [to the Anglo Saxon Review]. 13 Aug 1900
CHAR 28/72/30 Letter from Henry [Dupre] Labouchere (5 Old Palace Yard [London]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he undertakes to secure a review in a paper [of the Anglo Saxon Review] and expresses appreciation for WSC's speeches in the House of Commons. 10 May [1900]
CHAR 28/72/31 Letter from Richard de Gallienne (1600 Second Avenue South, Minneapolis [United States]) to William Earl Hodgson in which he says that he would be prepared to write [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 29 Dec 1900
CHAR 28/72/32 Letter from Andre Lichtenberger (6 Rue de la Neva, Paris [France]) to [William Earl Hodgson] in which he says that he and his colleague, J Lemoine, are writing a biography of the Duchess of Portsmouth and suggests that sections or illustrations of their work might be published [in the Anglo Saxon Review]. 10 Sep 1900
CHAR 28/72/33 Letter from Andre Lichtenberger (6 Rue de la Neva [Paris, France]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he is waiting for permission from his publisher to write an article [about the Duchess of Portsmouth for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 21 Oct 1900
CHAR 28/72/34 Letter from Andre Lichtenberger (6 Rue de la Neva [Paris, France]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he discusses the translation and submission of his article [about the Duchess of Portsmouth for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 30 Oct 1900
CHAR 28/72/35 Letter from Alfred Lyall (18 Queen's Gate [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he promises to write a contribution [for the Anglo Saxon Review] and wishes her success with her work [on the hospital ship Maine]. 14 Feb 1900
CHAR 28/72/36 Letter from Constance Lytton (The Danes, Hertford) to Ear Hodgson referring to an enclosure [not present] which might be suitable [for the Anglo Saxon Review]. 12 Jul 1900
CHAR 28/72/37 Letter from Edith Lytton (The Danes, Hertford) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which she says that she is the literary executor of the work of Robert [Lytton] and that she will search his unpublished material to see if there is anything suitable for inclusion [in the Anglo Saxon Review]. 12 May [1899]
CHAR 28/72/38 Letter from Edith Lytton (The Danes, Hertford) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which she says that she has conducted a search in the unpublished work of Robert [Lytton] for inclusion [in the Anglo Saxon Review] and has not found anything suitable. 23 May [1899]
CHAR 28/72/39 Letter from Gilbert Parker (20 Carlton House Terrace [London]) to [William Earl Hodgson] in which he objects to the price which was offered for his contribution [to the Anglo Saxon Review] and says that he will not settle for less than 20 pounds. 27 Oct 1900
CHAR 28/72/40 Letter from R Douglas Powell (62 Wimpole Street [London]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he is too busy to write a contribution for the Anglo Saxon Review and that he feels that the subject of tuberculosis has been too widely discussed in the public press. Annotated by [Sidney Low] "This is the very man we want. Try him.". 14 Jul [1900]
CHAR 28/72/41 Letter from Julian Sturgis (Wancote, Compton, Guildford [Surrey]) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that he is sorry that [the Anglo Saxon Review] is to stop being published and that he would be glad to help her if possible. 05 Nov [1900]
CHAR 28/72/42 Letter from Alethaea Wiel (10 Upper Grosvenor Street [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which she says that she would like to see her to discuss literary matters. 29 May 1900
CHAR 28/72/43 Letter from Arnold Ward (Stocks, Tring [Hertfordshire]) to [William Earl Hodgson] in which he asks whether his poem "The Dethronement of Pan" is to be published in the Anglo Saxon Review. 31 Oct [1900]
CHAR 28/72/44 Letter from Arnold Ward (25 Grosvenor Place [London]) to [?Pearl Craigie] concerning the possibility of his poem "The Dethronement of Pan" being published in the Anglo Saxon Review. 15 Nov [1900]
CHAR 28/72/45 Letter from Frederick Wedmore (The Shrubbery House, Froyle, Alton, Hampshire) to Sidney Low concerning the possibility of reprinting his poem "The Placing of Mr Witherhead's Deep Affection" in the Anglo Saxon Review for the price of 15 guineas, or of including his lecture "About Balzac". Annotated by [Sidney Low] "Told him wd bear "Balzac" in mind 7/9/00". 01 Jul 1900 - 07 Sep 1900
CHAR 28/72/46 Letter from S de Farley (Villa Kazveck, Cannes [France]) to Mrs West [Lady Randolph Churchill] concerning subscription to the Anglo Saxon Review. 18 Nov 1900