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Correspondents include: Sir James Hawkey, Vice-Chairman of Epping Division Conservative Association, (57) on subjects including Indian affairs (6); Sir Harry Goschen [Chairman of Epping Division Conservative Association] (3); Ralph Bury (2).
Other subjects include: betting; greyhound racing; civil liberties; sewage; pension, benefit and employment queries from constituents; the possible retirement of Goschen as Constituency Chairman; the retirement of "Lord Lymington" [Gerard Wallop, later 9th Lord Portsmouth] as MP for Basingstoke [Hampshire]; a dispute between Bury and Hawkey over Association rules; the Electricity (Supply) Bill; air defence; railways; police uniforms; general constituency business.
Also includes: Souvenir Programme for the opening of the Majestic Theatre, Woodford [Essex]; list of delegates from Epping for the Central Council Meeting of the Conservative Party; notes for speeches on the Electricity (Supply) Bill; draft resolutions on the India White Paper.
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