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CHAR 2/214A-B Public and Political: Breach of Privilege Case.

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CHAR 2/214A/1

Note that copies of letters from CHAR 2/214A -B were sent to Randolph Churchill in Jan 1954.

1 folio
Jan 1954
CHAR 2/214A/12-17

Letter from Harold Robinson to a friend, explaining the Indian situation, as it effected Lancashire [typescript copy].

6 folios
20 Apr 1934
CHAR 2/214A/18-22

Memorandum: An Appeal to the Lancashire Trade", on the cotton industry and India [carbon].

5 folios
1934
CHAR 2/214A/2-3

Letter from WSC to E Roderick Dew, Lewis &Lewis, Solicitors, on the need to know the results of the British Textile Mission to India, chaired by Sir William Clare Lees, and how far these represented an important or permanent gain to Lancashire trade [carbon].

2 folios
01 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/23

Letter from Alan Chorlton MP to the Editor of the Oldham Chronicle on the Cotton Trade League [printed].

1 folio
19 Jan 1933
CHAR 2/214A/24-26

Letter from Sir Henry Page Croft (later Lord Croft) to Alan Chorlton MP, on future trade with India [duplicate typescript].

3 folios
17 Apr 1934
CHAR 2/214A/27-28

Letter from Sydney Wilkes, Chestow Street, Manchester, to WSC, on the British Textile Mission to India, 1933, and the benefits to Lancashire trade.

2 folios
04 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/29

Letter from Terence O'Connor, Temple Gardens, London, EC1 to WSC, acknowledging receipt of papers.

1 folio
04 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/30-31

Letter from O C Williams, Clerk to the Committee of Privileges, House of Commons to WSC, asking if he wished to make any further statement to the Committee, stating that unless he desired to appear before them again, the Committee did not think it necessary to invite him to do so [with carbon copy].

1 folio
07 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/31-32

Letter from WSC to O C Williams, Clerk to the Committee of Privileges, House of Commons, on his intention to submit a further statement to the Committee [two copies].

2 folios
07 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/33-42

Letter from WSC to Ramsay Macdonald, Prime Minister, on conversation on procedure of Committee of Privileges in considering allegations of suppression of evidence to Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform [3 typescript copies].

9 folios
08 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/4

Letter from WSC to Hugh Orr-Ewing, on the need to know the results of the British Textile Mission to India, chaired by Sir William Clare Lees, and how far these represented an important or permanent gain to Lancashire trade, also asking for information on the Fiscal Autonomy Question [carbon].

1 folio
01 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/43

Letter from Ramsay Macdonald, Prime Minister to WSC on conversation on procedure of Committee of Privileges in considering allegations of suppression of evidence to Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform.

1 folio
08 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/44

Letter from O C Williams, Clerk to the Committee of Privileges, House of Commons, to WSC, stating that the Committee were not prepared to discuss statement of agreed facts with witnesses, and that the statement would form a part of their report to the House [copy].

1 folio
08 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/45-46

Letter from WSC to Ramsay Macdonald, Prime Minister, on conversation on procedure of Committee of Privileges considering allegations of suppression of evidence to Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform [carbon].

2 folios
09 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/47

Letter from WSC to [O C Williams], Clerk to the Committee of Privileges, House of Commons, on his intention to submit a memorandum of the evidence presented to the Committee and the inferences which could be drawn from it. Asking for access to the correspondence between 17th Lord Derby [earlier Lord Stanley] and Raymond Streat, Secretary of Manchester Chamber of Commerce [carbon].

1 folio
09 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/48

Letter from WSC to [O C Williams], Clerk to the Committee of Privileges, House of Commons, asking him to return WSC's letter of 7 May "about which there appears to have been some misunderstanding", and returning Williams' letter, which had "arisen out of that misunderstanding" [carbon].

1 folio
09 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/49

Letter from Lord Rothermere, Stratton House, Piccadilly, London, to WSC, urging him to "concede as little as possible" on the question of suppression of evidence to Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform.

1 folio
09 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/5

Letter from WSC to Terence O'Connor, sending documents relating to WSC's appearance before Committee of Privileges [carbon].

1 folio
01 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/50

Letter from Ramsay Macdonald, Prime Minister to WSC, on procedure of Committee of Privileges in considering question of suppression of evidence to Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform, particularly suggestion that WSC had "used" private conversation with Macdonald in writing a letter to the Clerk of the Committee. Agreeing that his letter to the Clerk should be withdrawn.

1 folio
09 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/51

Letter from O C Williams, Clerk to the Committee of Privileges, to WSC, acknowledging his letter of 9 Aug, sending copy of letter from 17th Lord Derby [earlier Lord Stanley] to Raymond Streat, Manchester Chamber of Commerce, stating that other letters presented to the Committee by Lord Derby were available for inspection in the Committee Office.

1 folio
09 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/52

Letter from WSC to O C Williams, Clerk to the Committee of Privileges, House of Commons, sending twenty copies of memorandum for circulation to the Committee [carbon].

1 folio
09 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/53

Letter from WSC to O C Williams, Clerk to the Committee of Privileges, House of Commons, sending ten copies of memorandum for circulation to the Committee, with acknowledgement signed by Williams.

1 folio
10 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/54-66

Letter from Hugh Orr-Ewing, Chief Organiser, India Defence League, to WSC, sending notes on the British Textile Mission to India, 1933, chaired by Sir William Clare Lees.

13 folios
10 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/6

Letter from E Roderick Dew, Lewis &Lewis, Solicitors, London, to WSC, stating that he had written to Alan Chorlton MP, to find out the results of the British Textile Mission to India, 1933.

1 folio
02 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/67

Letter from WSC to O C Williams, Clerk to the Committee of Privileges, House of Commons, sending ten copies of memorandum for circulation to the Committee [carbon].

1 folio
10 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/68-73

Letter from Harold Robinson, Chepstow Street, Manchester to WSC, enclosing article "Lancashire and India" which he wished to have published in the "Daily Mail".

6 folios
10 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/7

Letter from Alan Chorlton MP, Brazennose Street, Manchester to Roderick Dew, on WSC's appearance before the Committee of Privilege to discuss allegations of suppression of evidence to Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform.

1 folio
01 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/74

Letter from O C Williams, Clerk to the Committee of Privileges, House of Commons, acknowledging receipt of letter of 9 May, and submissions to Committee.

1 folio
11 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/75

Letter from WSC to Harold Robinson, stating that Committee of Privileges would report on question of suppression of evidence to Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform before Whitsuntide, and that there would then be an important debate in the House of Commons. There was no use making any plans for meetings in Lancashire until the outcome was clear [carbon].

1 folio
11 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/76-77

Letter from Cyril Asquith (later Lord Asquith of Bishopstone) to WSC, on his statement of facts to Committee of Privileges considering question of suppression of evidence to Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform.

1 folio
[May] 1934
CHAR 2/214A/78-79

Letter from WSC to [O C Williams], Clerk to the Committee of Privileges, House of Commons, asking for his final memorandum to be included in the general body of the published evidence on suppression of evidence of Manchester Chamber of Commerce to the Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform [carbon].

2 folios
15 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/8-11

Letter from Alan Chorlton MP, Brazennose Street, Manchester to WSC, on the British Textile Mission to India, 1933, chaired by Sir William Claire Lees, enclosing copy of Report.

4 folios
04 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/80

Letter from E Roderick Dew, Lewis &Lewis, Solicitors, to WSC, on forthcoming report of Committee of Privileges on suppression of evidence to the Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform.

1 folio
15 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/82

Letter from WSC to Roderick Dew, sending copy of his final statement to Committee of Privileges discussing suppression of evidence to Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform [carbon].

1 folio
21 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/83

Letter from Roderick Dew to WSC, acknowledging receipt of copy of WSC's final statement to Committee of Privileges discussing suppression of evidence to Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform.

1 folio
23 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/84

Letter from Roderick Dew to WSC, commenting on WSC's final statement to Committee of Privileges discussing suppression of evidence to Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform.

1 folio
23 May 1934
CHAR 2/214A/85-89

Letter from Harold Robinson, Chepstow Street, Manchester to WSC, on the Lancashire cotton industry and India, enclosing copy of letter to David Lloyd George, and press cuttings of articles in the "Oldham Chronicle".

5 folios
02 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214A/90

Letter from WSC to Harold Robinson, Chepstow Street, Manchester praising his work against White Paper on Indian constitutional reform. Stating that he would be happy to go to Manchester to speak at the Free Trade Hall, once the Committee of Privileges had reported [carbon].

1 folio
05 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214A/91-97

Letter from Terence O'Connor, Temple Gardens, London to WSC, on the forthcoming report of the Committee of Privileges on allegations of suppression of evidence to Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform.

7 folios
05 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214A/98

Letter from Robert Cannell, Daily Mail, Manchester to WSC, expressing "deep disappointment" at the report of the Committee of Privileges, on allegations of suppression of evidence from Manchester Chamber of Commerce to the Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform, which concluded that Sir Samuel Hoare [later 1st Lord Templewood], Secretary of State for India and 17th Lord Derby [earlier Lord Stanley] had committed no breach of privilege.

1 folio
08 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214A/99

Letter from O C Williams, Clerk to the Committee of Privileges, House of Commons, to WSC, sending advance copy of report on allegations of suppression of evidence to the Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform.

1 folio
08 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214A/100

Letter from O C Williams, Clerk to the Committee of Privileges, House of Commons, to WSC, on report on allegations of suppression of evidence to the Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform, stating that the Committee had recommended that none of the evidence submitted to them should be published.

1 folio
08 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/101-103

Letter from Harold Robinson to WSC, on report of the Committee of Privileges into allegations that evidence of Manchester Chamber of Commerce to Joint Select Committee into Indian Constitutional Reform had been suppressed, concluding that 17th Lord Derby [earlier Lord Stanley] and Sir Samuel Hoare [later 1st Lord Templewood] had not committed a breach of privilege.

3 folios
08 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/104

Cutting from the "Madras Mail", on the passing of the Textile Protection Bill by the Legislative Assembly.

1 folio
17 Apr 1934
CHAR 2/214B/105

Cutting from the "Manchester Evening Chronicle" on the report of the Committee of Privileges on allegations of suppression of evidence to the Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform.

1 folio
10 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/106-107

Cutting from the "Sunday Chronicle", article by Philip, Lord Snowden, "Reckless Churchill", on allegations by WSC that 17th Lord Derby [earlier Lord Stanley] and Sir Samuel Hoare [later 1st Lord Templewood] had suppressed evidence of Manchester Chamber of Commerce to the Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform.

1 folio
10 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/108

Cutting from the "Manchester Evening News", on report of Committee of Privileges on allegations of suppression of evidence of Manchester Chamber of Commerce to the Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform by 17th Lord Derby [earlier Lord Stanley] and Sir Samuel Hoare [later 1st Lord Templewood].

1 folio
10 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/109

Letter from the Private Secretary to WSC, to R M Downie, thanks for letter of support on India [carbon].

1 folio
15 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/110

Letter from the India Defence League to Harold Robinson, on the policy of the League with regard to British trade with India [draft, duplicate typescript].

1 folio
11 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/111-112

Letter from R M Downie, Hall Street, Manchester, (Member India Section, Manchester Chamber of Commerce) to WSC, on decision of the Committee of Privileges on allegations of suppression of the Chamber's evidence to Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform.

2 folios
11 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/113

Letter from Henry Lygon to WSC, on decision of the Committee of Privileges on allegations of suppression of the Chamber's evidence to Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform.

1 folio
11 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/114

Letter from WSC to Henry Lygon, thanks for letter of support on Report of Committee of Privileges [copy].

1 folio
15 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/115

Letter from Lord Halsbury to WSC, on Report of the Committee of Privileges on allegations that 17th Lord Derby [earlier Lord Stanley] and Sir Samuel Hoare [later 1st Lord Templewood, Secretary of State for India] had suppressed evidence to the Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform. The Report had accepted that the evidence had been altered, but that the "persuasion" by Hoare and Derby had not constituted a breach of privilege. Halsbury describes the Report as "contemptible", and Hoare's actions as "peaceful picketing".

1 folio
11 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/116

Letter from John Morris MP to WSC, stating that if called in the House of Commons debate [on the Report of the Committee of Privileges on allegations of suppression of evidence to the Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform] he would make "certain observations which may be regarded as a personal attack upon you".

1 folio
12 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/117-118

Letter from Hugh Orr-Ewing, India Defence League, to WSC, on arrangements for meeting in Manchester on 26 June.

1 folio
12 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/119-120

Letter from Sydney Wilkes, Secretary, Cotton Trade League to WSC, on report of Committee of Privileges into allegations of suppression of evidence to Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform.

2 folios
12 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/121

Letter from the Private Secretary to WSC to Hugh Orr-Ewing, India Defence league, acknowledging receipt of letters of 12 and 13 June [carbon].

1 folio
15 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/122

Letter from the Private Secretary to WSC to Sydney Wilkes, Cotton Trade League, acknowledging receipt of letter of 12 June [carbon].

1 folio
15 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/123

Telegram from WSC to Lord Halsbury, thanks for letter of support following adverse Report of Committee of Privileges on allegations that 17th Lord Derby [earlier Lord Stanley] and Sir Samuel Hoare had suppressed evidence to Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform [copy].

1 folio
15 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/124-125

Letter from Lord Wolmer [later Lord Selborne] to WSC, apologies for missing vote on the Report of the Committee of Privileges into allegations that 17th Lord Derby [earlier Lord Stanley] and Sir Samuel Hoare [later 1st Lord Templewood] had suppressed evidence to Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform.

2 folios
13 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/126-127

Letter from WSC to Ramsay Macdonald, Prime Minister, complaining of inaccuracies in Report of Committee of Privileges on allegations that 17th Lord Derby [earlier Lord Stanley] and Sir Samuel Hoare [later 1st Lord Templewood, Secretary of State for India] had suppressed evidence to the Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform. The Report had accepted that the evidence had been altered, but that the "persuasion" by Hoare and Derby had not constituted a breach of privilege [carbon].

2 folios
13 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/128-137

Letter from Hugh Orr-Ewing, Chief Organiser, India Defence League, to WSC, enclosing copy of memorandum by Harold Robinson, on Report of the Committee of Privileges into allegations of suppression of evidence of Manchester Chamber of Commerce to the Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform.

10 folios
13 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/138-142

Letter from C J A Gregg, Chipperfield, Herts to WSC, on his conviction that undue pressure had been brought to bear on Manchester Chamber of Commerce to change their evidence to the Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform, enclosing his correspondence with the Chamber of Commerce on the subject.

5 folios
13 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/143

Message from Oliver Locker-Lampson to WSC, congratulating him on his courage and success in "very adverse circumstances" [the report of the Committee of Privileges on WSC's allegations that 17th Lord Derby [earlier Lord Stanley] and Sir Samuel Hoare [later 1st Lord Templewood] had suppressed evidence to Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform. [copy].

1 folio
14 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/144

Telegram from WSC to Lord Wolmer (later Lord Selborne), thanks for letter of support following report of Privilege Committee [copy].

1 folio
15 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/145-149

Letter from Hugh Orr-Ewing, India Defence League to WSC, enclosing copy of letter from Harold Robinson, on forthcoming meeting to be addressed by WSC at the Free Trade Hall, Manchester.

5 folios
16 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/150

Letter from Cyril Asquith, Cambridge Terrace, Hyde Park, to WSC, congratulations on speech in House of Commons debate on Report of the Committee of Privileges on WSC's allegation that 17th Lord Derby [earlier Lord Stanley] and Sir Samuel Hoare [later 1st Lord Templewood] had suppressed evidence of Manchester Chamber of Commerce to the Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional reform.

1 folio
[15] [Jun] 1934
CHAR 2/214B/151

Letter from WSC to Cyril Asquith, thanking him for a letter of support following publication of the Report of the Committee of Privileges. [Carbon].

1 folio
18 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/152-154

Letter from Katherine, Duchess of Atholl to WSC, enclosing letter from Sir Louis Stuart, Hon. Sec. Indian Empire Society, on Report of the Committee of Privileges into WSC's allegations that Sir Samuel Hoare [later 1st Lord Templewood] and 17th Lord Derby [earlier Lord Stanley] had suppressed evidence to the Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform.

3 folios
18 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/155-156

Letter from Sir Alfred Knox to WSC, enclosing letter from Sir Louis Stuart, Hon. Sec. Indian Empire Society, on Report of the Committee of Privileges into WSC's allegations that Sir Samuel Hoare (later Lord Templewood) and Lord Derby had suppressed evidence to the Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform.

2 folios
19 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/157-158

Letter from Sir Archibald Sinclair [later 1st Lord Thurso] to WSC, on House of Commons debate on Report of the Committee of Privileges into WSC's allegations that Sir Samuel Hoare [later 1st Lord Templewood] and 17th Lord Derby [earlier Lord Stanley] had suppressed evidence to the Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform.

2 folios
18 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/159

Telegram from WSC to Sir Archibald Sinclair [later 1st Lord Thurso] thanks for letter on House of Commons debate on Report of the Committee of Privileges into WSC's allegations that Sir Samuel Hoare [later 1st Lord Templewood] and 17th Lord Derby [earlier Lord Stanley] had suppressed evidence to the Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform.

1 folio
22 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/160

Telegram from WSC to Sir Alfred Knox thanks for letter on House of Commons debate on Report of the Committee of Privileges into WSC's allegations that Sir Samuel Hoare [later 1st Lord Templewood] and 17th Lord Derby [earlier Lord Stanley] had suppressed evidence to the Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform [copy].

1 folio
22 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/161-167

Letter from David Woodford, Press and Information Officer, India Defence League, to WSC, sending copy of his evidence to Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform dealing with the question of Indian Fiscal Autonomy.

7 folios
19 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/168

Letter from O C Williams, Clerk to the Committee of Privileges, House of Commons, to WSC, asking for return of documents supplied to him.

1 folio
20 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/169-170

List of documents returned by WSC to the Committee of Privileges, House of Commons.

1 folio
29 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/171

Letter from WSC to O C Williams, Clerk to the Committee of Privileges, House of Commons, confirming that he would return all documents issued to him [carbon].

1 folio
22 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/172

Letter from Sir Michael O'Dwyer, Thurleston, Devon, to WSC, on Report of the Privilege Committee on WSC's allegation that 17th Lord Derby [earlier Lord Stanley] and Sir Samuel Hoare [later 1st Lord Templewood] had suppressed evidence of Manchester Chamber of Commerce to the Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform.

1 folio
21 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/173-174

Article "Whitewashing the White Paper - A bad day's work for the Government" [on report of the Committee of Privileges into suppression of evidence to the Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform] by Reginald Purbrick MP [reprint from the "Walton Tines], annotated "Very Good", CSC.

1 folio
16 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/175-176

Letter from Hugh Orr-Ewing, Midland Hotel, Manchester, to WSC, on dinner for opponents of the Government's India Policy "I have not ordered wine, but Bollinger and Cliquot '23 are on ice in case of need".

1 folio
25 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/177-180

Letter from James Watts Junior, Abney Hall, Cheadle, Cheshire to WSC, on meeting in Manchester for opponents of the Government's policy on India.

4 folios
27 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/181

Letter from Ferdinand Poche &Co. Ltd, Chorlton Street, Manchester, to WSC, on the need for high Imperial tariffs to protect Lancashire Trade "It is impossible for Lancashire to compete with Japan. British people can not be fed on rice and go about half-naked.".

1 folio
27 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/182-186

Article by Harold Robinson "The Lancashire Evidence - Why I Appealed to Mr Churchill"] on allegation of suppression of evidence of Manchester Chamber of Commerce to the Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform] [typescript].

5 folios
Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/187

Letter from Alec Doxey, Withington, Manchester, to WSC, on British trade with India, particularly the need for Lancashire to increase use of Indian Cotton.

1 folio
29 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/188

Letter from [Violet Pearman], PS to WSC to Harold Robinson, returning copy of the Report of the Indian Statutory Commission. Passing on WSC's thanks for the loan, and apologies for taking it away by mistake [carbon].

1 folio
29 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/189

Letter from O C Williams, Clerk to the Committee of Privileges, House of Commons, to the Private Secretary to WSC, on return of documents.

1 folio
29 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/190

Letter from [Violet Pearman], PS to WSC to O C Williams, Clerk to the Committee of Privileges, House of Commons, returning documents relating to Breach of Privilege Case [carbon].

1 folio
29 Jun 1934
CHAR 2/214B/191-194

Letter from Walton Newbold, University Union, Manchester to WSC, on British trade with India, enclosing copy of letter to the Manchester Evening News on the subject.

4 folios
30 Jun 1934