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Miscellaneous letters and memoranda, 1908-1911

MS. Asquith 22
Held at the Weston Library

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  1. (fol. 1) Papers, including several letters from the Archbishop of Canterbury, about ecclesiastical appointments, Nov. 1908-Jan. 1911
  2. (fol. 89) Letter and memorandum by Winston Churchill on plan for trade boards in sweated industries, Jan. 1909
  3. (fol. 98) Miscellaneous letters and papers (including printed papers) concerning the preparation of the Budget, Jan.-Apr. 1909
  4. (fol. 182) Foreign Office memorandum on policy of the British Government towards Liberia, Feb. 1909
  5. (fol. 191) Papers concerning the duty on French wine, Mar. 1909
  6. (fol. 196) Memorandum by E.S. Montagu arguing against the creation of a Development Commission, May?1909
  7. (fol. 197) Memoranda by Sir Courtenay P. Ilbert and Sir John Bradbury on the powers of the House of Lords with respect to the Finance Bill, July 1909
  8. (fol. 224) Memorandum by C.E. Troup on the possibility of Asquith being fired upon by suffragettes, Sept. 1909
  9. (fol. 229) Miscellaneous memoranda, including printed cabinet papers, chiefly concerning the financial effects of possible rejection of the Budget by the Lords (also some Latin verses on the Budget), Sept.-Nov. 1909


  • Creation: 1908-1911


285 Leaves

Language of Materials

  • English


MS. Asquith 22