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Correspondence, and some other papers, relating to Macpherson's representation in parliament of the constituency of Ross and Cromarty, 1919-1922

MS. Eng. hist. c. 492
Held at the Weston Library

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  1. (fol. 1) a review of the history of the Island of Lewis, 1919
  2. (fol. 4) twenty items almost entirely concerned with Macpherson's electoral interests and the activities of his agents, including twelve letters of W. Mackenzie Cameron, some with enclosures, and two copies of letters of Macpherson, 1920-1921
  3. (fol. 45) correspondence concerning the provision of certain telephone facilities in the Highlands, including letters of Frederick George Kellaway, postmaster general (3), and the clerk of the parish council of Lochbroom (8), and copies of letters of Macpherson (11) and his private secretary, Thomas James Arnold (9), 1921-1922
  4. (fol. 118) letters and papers connected with the attempt to secure the support of the Trade Facilities Act advisory committee for the Kinlochluichart Water Power Scheme, 1922
  5. (fol. 126) ten items, including two letters of W. Mackenzie Cameron, concerned principally with local political affairs, 1922
  6. (fol. 138) correspondence connected with the problems of individual constituents and with various proposals for improvements and developments in the constituency, 1922


  • Creation: 1919-1922


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Language of Materials

  • English


MS. Eng. hist. c. 492

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