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25 CHAR 2/46/70 Letter from Richard Haldane [later Lord Haldane] (War Office) to WSC reporting that he is going to Aldershot [Hampshire] to examine the airship construction department there, and that he does not think the Government can usefully intervene in the deveopment of [Louis Brennan's] monorail system. States that he is ready to take up WSC's plan of a police territorial brigade. 03 Nov 1910
25 CHAR 2/116/64 Letter from [WSC] to Edward Shortt expressing disquiet about reports of large reductions in the pay of the Metropolitan Police. Typescript copy. 27 Sep 1921
25 CHAR 2/116/82-83 Letter from Edward Shortt to WSC explaining that the pay of the Metropolitan police is not being reduced but that their bonus will disappear because the cost of living has fallen. 30 Sep 1921
25 CHAR 2/117/113-114 Circular letter from Brigadier-General Henry Malcolm (Privatklinik Drs von Norden and Lampe, Schiferstrasse 78-82, Frankfurt-am-Main, [Germany] to the members of the Supreme Allied Council and others describing the dangerous increase in the number of criminals in Germany and the need for the German police force to be augmented and fully armed if Germany is not to succumb to Bolshevism. Typescript copy sent with CHAR 2/117/102. 21 Nov 1920
25 CHAR 2/159/61 Letter from Sir Abe Bailey (38 Bryanston Square, [London]) to WSC congratulating him on becoming a brick-layer, asserting that [Sir William Joynson-Hicks, later 1st Lord Brentford] has split the Church, the police and the Conservative Party, and that the Labour Party will be strong at the next general election. 11 Oct 1928
25 CHAR 2/166/53-54 Suggested replies for Conservative candidates to questions on police pensions. 1929
25 CHAR 2/263 Public and Political: General: Indian Affairs. 10 Jan 1936 - 21 Dec 1936
25 CHAR 2/270 Public and Political: General: Air Defence: Deputations to the Prime Minister. 21 Jul 1936 - 21 Jan 1937
25 CHAR 2/301 Public and Political: General: Indian Affairs. 15 Jan 1937 - 19 Nov 1937
25 CHAR 2/348 Public and Political: General: Palestine. 20 Dec 1937 - 11 Nov 1938
25 CHAR 2/377 Public and Political: General: New Commonwealth Society for the promotion of International Law and Order: correspondence mainly with General Secretary N B Foot. Jan 1939 - Oct 1939
25 CHAR 2/434 Public and Political: General: correspondence on gifts to WSC, A-C, especially cigars. Dec 1940 - Aug 1942
25 CHAR 2/573A-B Public and Political: General: Correspondence C-G. Jul 1929 - May 1934
25 CHAR 2/574A-B Public and Political: General: Correspondence H-K. 1910 - May 1934
25 CHAR 2/601 Public and Political: General: correspondence and papers on Duncan Sandys and his Breach of Privilege case. Jun 1938 - Jul 1938
25 CHAR 8/642 Literary: News of the World articles by WSC: 1. Jan 1939 - May 1939
25 CHAR 9/150A-B Speeches: speech notes and other material. 09 Jan 1941 - 27 Apr 1941
25 CHAR 9/181A-B Speeches: Non House of Commons: Speech notes and source material. 09 Jan 1941 - 27 Apr 1941
25 CHAR 10/49 Official: Colonial Office: East Africa Protectorate [EAP, later Kenya]: land policy: notes and papers. 1907 - 1908
25 CHAR 10/53 Official: Colonial Office: correspondence. 01 Jan 1908 - 05 Dec 1908
25 CHAR 12/2/79 Letter from [Captain Charles] Fitzclarence (41 Ovington Square, Pont Street [London]) to WSC asking him to "give... favourable consideration" to his application for the post of Commissioner in the Metropolitan Police. Signed manuscript. See CHAR 12/2/80. 22 Aug 1910
25 CHAR 12/2/80 Letter from Nellie Melba (Ritz Hotel [London]) to WSC asking him to help Captain [Charles] Fitzclarence with his application for the post of Chief Constable [Commissioner] in the Metropolitan Police. Signed manuscript. See CHAR 12/2/79. 12 Aug [1910]
25 CHAR 12/3/43 Letter from WSC (Home Office) to Sir Edward Henry [Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police] saying that his wishes, conveyed to Sir Edward on Wednesday evening [16 November 1910] and repeated on Friday morning [18 November 1910], that the suffragettes were "not to be allowed to exhaust themselves but were to be arrested forthwith upon any defiance of the law" were ignored by the Police, resulting in "regrettable scenes" [on Friday 18 November 1910]. WSC asks that this policy be strictly observed in future. Manuscript in the hand of Edward Marsh, initialled "WSC" and annotated "copy". Filed after CHAR 12/3/44. 22 Nov 1910
25 CHAR 12/3/44A Letter from Herbert Asquith (10 Downing Street) to WSC in which he advises that legal action should be taken over the assault on [Augustine] Birrell [by suffragettes on 22 November 1910] and over all cases of serious assault on the police. Manuscript signed with initials. 23 Nov 1910
25 CHAR 12/3/49 Newspaper cutting from "Votes for Women" of an article entitled "Why I struck at Mr Churchill" by Hugh Franklin. [Franklin was sentenced for assaulting WSC on 26 November 1910] and alleges various reasons for his attack: WSC's orders to the police which resulted in physical violence against the suffragettes; his insults and slander; and the rough treatment given to those who speak about women's suffrage at Liberal meetings. See CHAR 12/3/48. 09 Dec 1910
25 CHAR 12/3/62-64 Transcript of a letter from Alex Ballantine, a member of the Men's Political Union for Women's Enfranchisement, to WSC threatening to "chastise" WSC for his "atrocious treatment" of Alfred Abbey and for his answer to the charge against [the Home Office] made by the Conciliation Committee for Women's Suffrage. He says that he would have joined Hugh Franklin [who assaulted WSC] if he had known of WSC's orders to the police which resulted in "torture...unnecessary violence...and indecency" [on 18 November 1910] and caused the deaths of two women. He calls WSC a hypocrite and a traitor to women's suffrage and "The best friend of the Tonypandy Strikers", accuses him of "tampering with justice" in charging Abbey with serious violence, and threatens to wait for WSC "with a dog whip". Typescript on Home Office notepaper with notes that the original letter was sent to Scotland Yard and was postmarked Edinburgh. c 1910
25 CHAR 12/6/6-8 Transcript of communications detailing events [of the dockers' strike in Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales] including: telegrams between the Home Office and the Chief Constable of Newport concerning requests for re-enforcements of Metropolitan Police; a telegram from the Lord Mayor of Newport requesting that the War Office should prepare 200 infantry and 100 cavalry to assist in the dock strike; a letter from Sir Edward Troup [Permanent Under Secretary of State, Home Office] to Sir Edward Ward [Permanent Under Secretary of State, War Office] explaining that WSC is keen to avoid the use of troops and would prefer cavalry to be used, if necessary, to diminish the risk of loss of life; and a telegram from the Mayor of Newport concerning local troops and requesting 250 Metropolitan Police and 50 mounted police. Typescript with manuscript notes by Sir Edward Troup. Covering letter at CHAR 12/6/5. 21 May 1910
25 CHAR 12/6/30 Newspaper cuttings relating to WSC's decision to send re-enforcements of police to the riots and miners' strike at Tonypandy [Glamorgan, Wales] instead of the military force requested by the Chief Constable. Cuttings from: the Daily News, the Daily Chronicle, the Morning Leader and the Manchester Guardian. Covering letter at CHAR 12/6/29. 09 Nov 1910 - 10 Nov 1910
25 CHAR 12/6/31 Transcript of a newspaper article from the Liverpool Daily Post relating to WSC's decision to send re-enforcements of police to the riots and miners' strike at Tonypandy [Glamorgan, Wales] instead of the military force requested by the Chief Constable. Typescript. Covering letter at CHAR 12/6/29. 10 Nov 1910
25 CHAR 12/6/34-35 Copy of a letter from [WSC] ([Home Office]) to [David Lloyd George] concerning the riots [at Tonypandy, Glamorgan] Wales expressing concern at the tension between police and rioters. Although the police are strong enough to deal with the situation, they cannot remain there indefinitely, and contact between the rioters and the military could lead to "consequences of utmost gravity". [WSC] appeals to [David Lloyd George] for assistance because of his influence in Wales and knowledge of the Welsh language, ending "Unless some real quality is put into this business we shall get into very deep water indeed". Unsigned typescript. 13 Nov 1910
25 CHAR 12/6/50-51 Letter from Major-General Cecil Macready [Director of Personal Services, War Office] (New Inn Hotel, Pontypridd, South Wales) to WSC concerning his role as commander of the military forces sent to the riots at Tonypandy (Glamorgan, Wales). He attributes the success of the co-ordination between the Metropolitan Police and the military to an excellent intelligence system and co-operation, and says that he is preparing a report on the events. Signed typescript. 01 Jan 1911
25 CHAR 12/7 Official: Home Office: John Syme case. Correspondence and newspaper cuttings relating to the dismissal of Inspector Syme from the Metropolitan Police. 1910 - 1911
25 CHAR 12/7/1 Copy of the Police Review and Parade Gossip containing two marked articles relating to nominations for the King's medal submitted for approval by the Home Secretary, and a collecting fund established for the relief of Ex-Inspector [John] Syme. Covering note at CHAR 12/7/2. 04 Aug 1911
25 CHAR 12/7/2 Letter from Ramsay MacDonald (House of Commons) to WSC informing him of the cost of Mrs [Nellie] Syme's rent. Includes a note by Sir Edward Troup (8 August) [Permanent Under Secretary of State, Home Office] recommending that [WSC] should not pay any money to the Symes, as such a payment could be interpreted as "hush money". He encloses a copy of the Police Review and Parade Gossip [see CHAR 12/7/1] containing evidence of a fund being raised for Syme. 03 Aug 1911 - 08 Aug 1911
25 CHAR 12/7/3 Letter from [WSC] (Home Office) to [Cecil] Norton [Assistant Postmaster General] objecting to a letter from Norton published in the newspapers concerning the case of Ex-Inspector [John] Syme [see CHAR 12/7/4] which is described as "not in accordance with ministerial responsibility or with fair play". Unsigned manuscript in the hand of WSC. 03 Jul 1911
25 CHAR 12/7/4 Newspaper cutting of a letter from Cecil Norton [Assistant Postmaster General] to Ex-Inspector [John] Syme expressing the hope that he will be re-instated [in the Metropolitan Police]. [03] [Jul] [1911]
25 CHAR 12/7/7 Letter from [Nellie Syme] the wife of Ex-Inspector [John] Syme (13J Chapter Street, Westminster [London]) to [WSC] pleading to be allowed to remain in her flat without paying rent. She urges [WSC] to deal justly with her husband's case and ask about "the treatment they receive at the hands of Reid and Shervington". Manuscript signed with initials. [Jul] [1911]
25 CHAR 12/7/8 Letter from Nellie Syme [the wife of Ex-Inspector John Syme] (13J Chapter Street, Westminster [London]) to [WSC] saying that her husband had not intended to threaten him in his letter [see CHAR 12/7/9-11] and including allegations against members [of the Metropolitan Police]. Signed manuscript. [Jul] [1911]
25 CHAR 12/7/9-11 Transcript of a letter from Ex-Inspector John Syme (13J Chapter Street, Westminster [London]) to Ramsay MacDonald concerning his dismissal and complaints against Sir Edward Henry [Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police]. He intends to expose WSC's "injustice" and adds "Must I kill my opponent with my own hand in order to force a crisis". Typescript, including covering sheet. Covering letter at CHAR 12/7/12. 02 Jun 1911
25 CHAR 12/7/13 Letter from [Ex-Inspector] John Syme (13J Chapter Street, Westminster [London]) to WSC concerning the "persecution" of Police Constable Greaves. He alleges that Greaves was transferred from Whitechapel [London] to Wapping [London] because he gave evidence against the police in favour of "Morrison" and urges an enquiry into Police methods. Signed manuscript. 23 Apr 1911
25 CHAR 12/7/15-16 Letter from George Edwards (New Scotland Yard) to an un-named addressee reporting on a meeting with [John] Kempster [editor of the Police Review and Parade Gossip] to discuss the case of [Ex-Inspector John] Syme at which it emerged that Kempster was not keen to publish the Commissioner's judgement on the case. Signed typescript. 30 Sep 1910
25 CHAR 12/7/17 Letter from Herbert Muskett (Wontner & Sons Solicitors, 40 Bedford Place, London) to WSC requesting that additional police papers concerning the case of Ex-Inspector [John] Syme should be made available to him. Signed manuscript. 21 Nov 1910
25 CHAR 12/7/18-20 Letter from Harry Granger (106 Shepherds Bush Road, London) to WSC concerning the case of Ex-Inspector John Syme, advising WSC to take care that he is not "snuffed out" for the sake of Sir Edward Henry [Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police]. He outlines the publicity surrounding the case; urges WSC to treat Syme justly; and offers to act as negotiator with Syme. Signed manuscript. 23 Oct 1910
25 CHAR 12/7/21 Letter from Sidney Harris [Under Secretary of State, Home Office] to Mr Mylius concerning the case of [Ex-Inspector John] Syme. He asks whether the editor of the Police Review and Parade Gossip, [John] Kempster, has definitely refused to publish the judgement reached in the case, and tells Mylius to forward the letter to Sir Edward Henry [Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police] if he is unable to answer. Signed manuscript with note by Sir Edward Henry asking Mylius to obtain a statement concerning Kempster's intentions from Mr [George] Edwards. See CHAR 12/7/15-16. 23 Sep 1910
25 CHAR 12/7/24 Copy of the Police Review and Parade Gossip containing a marked article on the case of Ex-Inspector John Syme. Covering letter at CHAR 12/7/25. 03 Jun 1910
25 CHAR 12/7/26 Copy of the Westminster Express containing two articles marked for attention: "What I Hear" by The Scout (containing a reference to the case of Ex-Inspector John Syme) and "Police 'Discipline' Scandal: the Syme case and an instance of excessive discipline." The latter is annotated by WSC "Sir E[dward] Troup [Permanent Under Secretary of State, Home Office] Please speak to me about this". 27 May 1910
25 CHAR 12/7/27-28 Letter from Sir Edward Henry [Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police] (New Scotland Yard) to WSC. He is concerned that WSC may over-rule his decision to dismiss Inspector [John] Syme from the Metropolitan Police and explains that he acted with the approval of Herbert Gladstone [former Home Secretary], and that if his decision were repealed it would place him in an "intolerable position". Signed manuscript. The first page of the letter is CHAR 12/7/28. 20 Apr 1910
25 CHAR 12/7/30 Printed letter from Ex-Inspector John Syme (13J Chapter Street, Westminster [London]) to the Scottish Members of the House of Commons. He appeals for their assistance against [WSC's] decision to refuse him the right of appeal to the House of Commons on grounds that he was a police officer, and says that he is forwarding the letter to the Scottish newspapers. Signed. Apr 1910
25 CHAR 12/7/32 Newspaper cutting from the Westminster Express of an article entitled "Ex-Inspector [John] Syme: the case for a full and independent enquiry". 08 Apr 1910
25 CHAR 12/7/33 Newspaper cutting from the Police Review and Parade Gossip of an article entitled "The Case of Ex-Inspector Syme" including correspondence between "an old Policeman" and John Syme. 08 Apr 1910
25 CHAR 12/7/34 Letter from Edward Burch, Vice Chairman of the St George's H[anover] S[quare] Liberal Association, (9 Elizabeth Street, Eaton Square [London]) to WSC concerning the case of Ex-Inspector John Syme. He calls attention to a "widespread feeling of discontent" and appeals for an enquiry into the treatment of Syme and for "simple justice" to be done. Signed manuscript. 07 Apr 1910
25 CHAR 12/7/35 Letter from Ex-Inspector John Syme (13J Chapter Street, Westminster [London]) to [WSC] enclosing a newspaper cutting from The People [marked "w 35"] concerning his dismissal. He appeals for an enquiry and criticises the system of police discipline. Signed manuscript. 07 Apr 1910
25 CHAR 12/9/92 Newspaper cuttings from the Times relating to a statement made by WSC in the House of Commons concerning the treatment of suffragettes by the police on 18 November 1910 comprising: a letter from Georgina Solomon (Les Lunes, West Hampstead [London]) describing the way in which she was treated; and a report of a speech made by Christabel Pankhurst to the Women's Social and Political Union alleging that the police who "indecently treated" the suffragettes were acting on the orders of WSC. Covering letter at CHAR 12/9/91. 02 Mar 1911 - [03] Mar 1911
25 CHAR 12/9/94-95 Copy of a letter from [a Home Office Official] to David Lloyd George concerning payment for the expenses of the [Metropolitan] Police [sent to the riots at Tonypandy, Glamorgan, Wales] including discussion of legal proceedings and the likelihood that a case would be lost; retrospective legislation; and a grant from the Treasury. Typescript. 13 Mar 1911
25 CHAR 12/9/119 Letter from Ellis Griffith (3 (North) Kings Bench Walk, Temple [London]) to WSC advising him to reconsider his decision to hold an enquiry into the [treatment of suffragettes by the police] on 18 November 1910, in the light of the statements made by women in the crowd. Signed manuscript. Annotated by Edward Marsh "Ansd vy much regret can't depart from position indicated in H of C answers". 22 Mar 1911
25 CHAR 12/9/122 Note by Sir Edward Troup [Permanent Under Secretary of State, Home Office] to [Edward Marsh] concerning the contents of a letter to be written to [Edward] Pickersgill [on his question about the funding for the Metropolitan Police who were sent to the riots at Tonypandy, Glamorgan, Wales]. Sir Edward discusses the application of Section 25 [of the Police Act of 1890] and the Special Constables Act in this instance. Manuscript signed with initials. See CHAR 12/9/121 and CHAR 12/9/123. 22 Mar 1911
25 CHAR 12/9/123 Official report of the Parliamentary debates in the House of Commons about the supply report (including a question by [Edward] Pickersgill to WSC on payment for the Metropolitan Police sent to the riots at Tonypandy, Glamorgan, Wales) and the second reading of the Coal Mines Bill. See CHAR 12/9/121 and CHAR 12/9/122. 17 Mar 1911
25 CHAR 12/9/141-143 Letter from Mary Hobley (1 Cromwell Road, Upper Holloway [London]) to an unidentified addressee concerning the death of her husband [George Hobley] which she claims could have been prevented if the police at Caledonian Road police station had telegraphed to the police at Oxford as they had undertaken to do. She ends by hoping that WSC will help her when he has looked into the matter. Signed manuscript. 22 Apr 1911
25 CHAR 12/10/6 Letter from George Edwards (The Barns, Eastcote, Middlesex) to Edward Marsh concerning the complaint of [Mary] Hobday about Police action over her husband's disappearance. He says that he has examined the police records which show that the police took "all reasonable action" regarding the matter. Signed manuscript. 11 May 1911
25 CHAR 12/10/14 Letter from Sir Edward Henry [Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police] (New Scotland Yard) to Edward Marsh informing him that the supporters of womens' suffrage will return to militant tactics if [Herbert] Asquith's reply to the deputation about the Conciliation Bill is not satisfactory, and saying that Ministers should send statements of their public engagements [to the Metropolitan Police]. Signed manuscript. 24 May 1911
25 CHAR 12/10/23 Letter from Sir Edward Henry [Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police] (New Scotland Yard) to WSC concerning a threat made by [Ex Inspector John] Syme. He recommends that criminal proceedings should not be enacted and that Syme should be the subject of observation. Signed manuscript. 03 Jun 1911
25 CHAR 12/12/1-3 Notes by Major-General Cecil Macready [Director of Personal Services, War Office] on the strike of dock workers and miners at Salford [Lancashire] including [WSC's] dispatch of Major-General Macready to command troops and mounted police; position of the forces of the cavalry, infantry and Metropolitan Police; the acceptance of terms by the strikers and subsequent withdrawal of troops and Metropolitan Police. Macready includes a copy of the order to withdraw [see CHAR 12/12/4] and a memorandum given to Officers and Inspectors [see CHAR 12/12/5-6]. Signed typescript initialled by WSC. 11 Jul 1911
25 CHAR 12/12/5-6 Copy of a confidential memorandum detailing the principles by which the military should assist the civil authorities during the strikes at Salford [Lancashire] including efforts which to avoid confrontation between the military and strikers, and the circumstances under which the military are to be deployed. Typescript. See CHAR 12/12/1-3. [Jul] [1911]
25 CHAR 12/12/39-40 Copy of a report on the railway strike. Subjects covered include: the suspension of goods trains which threatens the food supply to South Wales and the area between Newcastle, Liverpool, Nottingham and Hull and the lack of accurate information from the railway companies concerning efforts to resume services and the extent of the strike. Typescript with manuscript alterations and a note on the dorse concerning the return of troops and the enlistment of special constables. 19 Aug 1911
25 CHAR 12/12/52 Copy of a letter from [WSC, Home Office] to the Adjutant General concerning the presence of the Metropolitan Police in South Wales. As there is no sign of resolution in the strike it is proposed that the infantry force should be strengthened so that the police may be removed. WSC asks whether the War Office will be prepared to supply further infantry forces if Major-General [Cecil] Macready [Director of Personal Services, War Office] should require them. Unsigned typescript. [1910]
25 CHAR 12/12/53-56 Copy of a letter from [WSC, Home Office] reporting that order has been established in the collieries in the Rhondda Valley [Glamorgan, Wales] and that it is expected that the Chief Constable will not need the military who are to remain nearby without coming into contact with the public. [WSC] also describes the action of the Home Office concerning the dispatch of troops to the riots at Tonypandy, and his subsequent decisions to use Metropolitan Police instead of troops and to halt the cavalry at Cardiff [Glamorgan, Wales] and the infantry at Swindon [Wiltshire] [WSC] also explains that Major-General [Cecil] Macready and the Chief Constable of Glamorgan were authorised to move the troops forward if required. Unsigned typescript. [1910]
25 CHAR 12/14/5 Draft letter from WSC (Home Office) to King George V informing him that Sir Edward Henry [Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police] has been invited to form proposals to increase the powers of the police to deal with foreign criminals. Subjects covered include: possible legislative measures (including the power to arrest an alien "who has no lawful means of earning a living" and bring him before a magistrate who could pass an expulsion order); the number of aliens in the country; and the possibility that tightening the administration of the Aliens Act would create friction and fail to deal with dangerous aliens. WSC says that the alien population should not be branded with the crimes [of those involved in the "Siege of Sidney Street"]. Manuscript in the hand of WSC annotated "not sent". See CHAR 12/14/6. 06 Jan 1911
25 CHAR 12/14/6 Part of a letter from WSC (Home Office) to King George V informing him that Sir Edward Henry [Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police] has been invited to form proposals to increase the powers of the police to deal with foreign criminals. Subjects covered include: possible legislative measures (including the power to arrest an alien "who has no lawful means of earning a living" and bring him before a magistrate who could pass an expulsion order); the number of aliens in the country; and the possibility that tightening the administration of the Aliens Act would create friction and fail to deal with dangerous aliens. WSC says that the alien population should not be branded with the crimes [of those involved in the "Siege of Sidney Street"]. Typescript annotated "not sent". See CHAR 12/14/5. [Jan] [1911]
25 CHAR 16/2 Official: War and Air: various papers. 1919
25 CHAR 16/47A-B Official: War and Air: correspondence for WSC and Sir Archibald Sinclair [later 1st Lord Thurso, Personal Military Secretary to the Secretary State for War]. 01 May 1920 - 29 Jun 1920
25 CHAR 18/62 Official: Treasury: papers and correspondence on block grants. 20 Aug 1926 - 25 May 1927
25 CHAR 18/72 Official: Treasury: correspondence. 21 Dec 1927 - 28 Dec 1928
25 CHAR 20/55/3-20 Notes and correspondence concerning enclosed memorandum by Captain Bernard Acworth advocating peace with Japan; referred by Leslie Rowan [Private Secretary to WSC] to Ministry of Information, Home Office and the Chief Whip, with letters from Brendan Bracken [Minister of Information], Herbert Morrison, Home Secretary [and Minister of Home Security] and James Stuart [Chief Whip]; note from WSC to Bracken asking for supervision of a public meeting held by Acworth, and Metropolitan Police Special Branch report on the meeting, annotated by WSC; also includes (folio 4, 6 March 1942) a congratulatory note from A V Alexander [First Lord of the Admiralty]. 04 Feb 1942 - 03 Sep 1942
25 CHAR 20/153/5 Prime Minister's printed personal minutes, November 1944. 01 Nov 1944 - 30 Nov 1944
25 CHAR 20/231/10 Letter from "Max" [1st Lord Beaverbrook, earlier Sir Max Aitken] (Cherkley, Leatherhead, Surrey) to WSC recommending him not to reply to [Herbert] Morrison's letter [CHAR 20/231/2-5, 6-9 or 13-17], suggesting it is a provocation, and that they should attack Morrison's policies on the police. [signed]. 24 Aug 1945
25 CHAR 22/9 Official: Cabinet: Irish Committee: report on Irish Intelligence. May 1920-Jul 1921
25 CHAR 22/38 Official: Cabinet: papers 271 - 300. 06 May 1925 - 25 Jun 1925
25 CHAR 22/44 Official: Cabinet: papers 430 - 459. 02 Apr 1925 - 09 Nov 1925
25 CHAR 22/78 Official: Cabinet: Scotland Yard reports on the Communist Party. 20 Feb 1925 - 21 Dec 1925
25 CHAR 22/79 Official: Cabinet: Scotland Yard reports on revolutionary organisations in the United Kingdom: 292 - 297. 12 Feb 1925 - 19 Mar 1925
25 CHAR 22/80 Official: Cabinet: Scotland Yard reports on revolutionary organisations in the United Kingdom: 298 - 303. 26 Mar 1925 - 07 May 1925
25 CHAR 22/81 Official: Cabinet: Scotland Yard reports on revolutionary organisations in the United Kingdom: 304 - 314. 14 May 1925 - 23 Jul 1925
25 CHAR 22/82 Official: Cabinet: Scotland Yard reports on revolutionary organisations in the United Kingdom: 315 - 321. 20 Jul 1925 - 10 Sep 1925
25 CHAR 22/83 Official: Cabinet: Scotland Yard reports on revolutionary organisations in the United Kingdom: 322 - 328. 05 Sep 1925 - 29 Oct 1925
25 CHAR 22/102 Official: Cabinet: papers 340 - 359. 09 Feb 1926 - 25 Oct 1926
25 CHAR 22/107 Official: Cabinet: Standing Committee on Expenditure: conclusions 12 - 18. 13 Jan 1926 - 18 Dec 1926
25 CHAR 22/108 Official: Cabinet: Standing Committee on Expenditure: papers 28 - 43. 05 Jan 1926 - 25 Feb 1926
25 CHAR 22/147 Official: Cabinet: Scotland Yard reports on revolutionary organisations in the United Kingdom: 329 - 339. 20 Jan 1926 - 08 Apr 1926
25 CHAR 22/148 Official: Cabinet: Scotland Yard reports on revolutionary organisations in the United Kingdom: 340 - 350. 15 Apr 1926 - 12 Aug 1926
25 CHAR 22/149 Official: Cabinet: Scotland Yard reports on revolutionary organisations in the United Kingdom: 351 - 361. 19 Aug 1926 - 28 Oct 1926
25 CHAR 22/150 Official: Cabinet: Scotland Yard reports on revolutionary organisations in the United Kingdom: 362 - 369. 04 Nov 1926 - 30 Dec 1926
25 CHAR 22/163 Official: Cabinet: papers 246 to 270. Sep 1927 - Nov 1927
25 CHAR 22/186 Official: Cabinet: Scotland Yard reports on revolutionary organisations in the United Kingdom. 06 Jan 1927 - 24 Feb 1927
25 CHAR 22/187 Official: Cabinet: Scotland Yard reports on revolutionary organisations in the United Kingdom. 03 Mar 1927 - 26 May 1927
25 CHAR 22/188 Official: Cabinet: Scotland Yard reports on revolutionary organisations in the United Kingdom. 02 [Jul] 1917 - 25 Aug 1927
25 CHAR 22/189 Official: Cabinet: Scotland Yard reports on revolutionary organisations in the United Kingdom. 01 Sep 1927 - 22 Dec 1927
25 CHAR 22/224 Official: Cabinet: Scotland Yard reports on revolutionary organisations in the United Kingdom. 05 Jan 1928 - 24 May 1928
25 CHAR 22/225 Official: Cabinet: Scotland Yard reports on revolutionary organisations in the United Kingdom. 31 May 1928 - 06 Sep 1928
25 CHAR 22/226 Official: Cabinet: Scotland Yard reports on revolutionary organisations in the United Kingdom. 13 Sep 1928 - 20 Dec 1928
25 CHAR 22/246 Official: Cabinet: Scotland Yard reports on revolutionary organisations in the United Kingdom. 03 Jan 1929 - 30 May 1929
25 CHUR 2/72A-B Public and Political: General: Political: Correspondence T-Z. Nov 1947 - Dec 1948
25 CHUR 3/43 Political: Constituency: Woodford [Essex]: correspondence with or on behalf of constituents, I-Z. Oct 1947 - May 1948
25 CHUR 3/58A-B Political: Constituency: Woodford [Essex]: Correspondence with or on behalf of constituents, A - Z. 14 May 1948 - 30 May 1951
25 CHUR 3/95A-C Political: Constituency: Woodford [Essex]: Correspondence with or on behalf of constituents, M - Q. 15 Nov 1954 - 14 Dec 1956

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