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Miscellaneous letters and memoranda, 1918-1920

MS. Asquith 33
Held at the Weston Library

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  1. (fol. 1) Papers with statistics concerning the Maurice incident, apparently prepared for use in the General Election of Dec. 1918
  2. (fol. 23) Letters of regret at Asquith's defeat in the East Fife election; also one asking him to speak at a meeting of the National Brotherhood Council and another asking him to undertake translations for the Loeb Classical Library, Dec. 1918-Jan. 1919
  3. (fol. 98) Papers relating to Asquith's refutation of Lord French's charges concerning supplies of munitions in 1915, Feb.-June 1919
  4. (fol. 150) Letter, with enclosures, from Haig, rebutting certain statements made by French in his book 1914, Sept. 1919
  5. (fol. 153) Letters of thanks for copies of Asquith's address on Sir Henry Wotton, Sept-Oct. 1919
  6. (fol. 171) Letters of congratulation upon Asquith's victory in the Paisley bye-election, Feb.-Mar. 1920. (Only the more eminent writers are included in the index.) See also MS. Asquith 62, fols. 9-18. Also four letters of condolence upon his defeat in 1924, including one from Baldwin, Oct.-Nov. 1924


  • Creation: 1918-1920


315 Leaves

Language of Materials

  • English


MS. Asquith 33