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CHAR 2/242 Public and Political: General: Select Committee on Witnesses.

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CHAR 2/242/1

Letter from Lord Eustace Percy MP (later Lord Percy of Newcastle) to WSC, asking him to attend Select Committee on Witnesses at 4.00pm on Thurs 14 Feb.

1 folio
07 Feb 1935
CHAR 2/242/2

Letter from WSC to Lord Eustace Percy MP (later Lord Percy of Newcastle), on appointment to give evidence to the Select Committee on Witnesses. Asking if it could be delayed by 30 minutes as he had an appointment to see the Prime Minister [carbon].

1 folio
09 Feb 1935
CHAR 2/242/3

Letter from Lord Eustace Percy MP (later Lord Percy of Newcastle) to WSC, on his evidence to the Select Committee on Witnesses.

1 folio
15 Feb 1935
CHAR 2/242/4

Letter from WSC to Lord Eustace Percy MP (later Lord Percy of Newcastle), on his evidence to the Select Committee on Witnesses [carbon].

1 folio
18 Feb 1935
CHAR 2/242/5

Letter from Louis Abraham, Clerk to the Select Committee on Witnesses to WSC, asking for memorandum of his evidence to the Committee.

1 folio
28 Feb 1935
CHAR 2/242/6

Letter from WSC to Louis Abraham, Clerk to the Select Committee on Witnesses, sending copy of the memorandum that he submitted to the Select Committee on Witnesses.

1 folio
01 Mar 1935
CHAR 2/242/7

Letter from Louis Abraham, Clerk to the Select Committee on Witnesses to WSC, returning copy of his memorandum to the Committee of Privileges.

1 folio
04 Mar 1935
CHAR 2/242/8-10

Memorandum of WSC's Submission to the Select Committee of Privileges on suppression of evidence of the Manchester Chamber of Commerce to the Joint Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform, with note by Violet Pearman, 2 Mar 1935, on the location of existing copies.

3 folios
[1934]
CHAR 2/242/12-24

Letter from Louis Abraham, Clerk to House of Commons Select Committee on Witnesses to WSC, with printed proof of his evidence to the Committee.

2 letter, with printed pamphlet
15 Mar 1935
CHAR 2/242/25

Letter from Violet Pearman, Private Secretary to WSC to Louis Abraham, Clerk to House of Commons Select Committee on Witnesses, regretting that WSC would not be able to correct the proofs of his evidence to the Committee for about a week [carbon].

1 folio
17 Mar 1935
CHAR 2/242/26

Letter from Louis Abraham, Clerk to House of Commons Select Committee on Witnesses, to Violet Pearman, Private Secretary to WSC, on correction of WSC's evidence to the Committee.

1 folio
19 Mar 1935
CHAR 2/242/27-29

Letter from Louis Abraham, Clerk to House of Commons Select Committee on Witnesses, to WSC, on correction of WSC's evidence to the Committee. Suggesting that to avoid both WSC and the Committee being charged with a breach of privilege, extracts from his evidence to the Committee of Privilgeges should not be included in his new evidence to the Committee on Witnesses.

3 folios
22 Mar 1935
CHAR 2/242/30-31

Letter from Lord Eustace Percy MP, [later Lord Percy of Newcastle], Chairman, House of Commons Select Committee on Witnesses to WSC, on his evidence to the Committee.

2 folios
27 Mar 1935
CHAR 2/242/32

Letter from WSC to Louis Abraham, Clerk, House of Commons Select Committee on Witnesses, on alterations to his evidence to the Committee [carbon].

1 folio
27 Mar 1935
CHAR 2/242/33-35

Terms of Reference of the House of Commons Select Committee on Witnesses.

3 folios
[1935]
CHAR 2/242/36

Letter from Louis Abraham, Clerk, House of Commons Select Committee on Witnesses, to WSC, on his evidence to the Committee.

1 folio
03 Apr 1935
CHAR 2/242/37

Letter from WSC to Louis Abraham, Clerk, House of Commons Select Committee on Witnesses, on his evidence to the Committee [carbon].

1 folio
04 Apr 1935
CHAR 2/242/38

Letter from Louis Abraham, Clerk, House of Commons Select Committee on Witnesses, to WSC, on his evidence to the Committee.

1 folio
09 Apr 1935
CHAR 2/242/39-40

Memorandum by Terence O'Connor MP on corruption of witnesses to House of Commons Committees - submitted to Select Committee on Witnesses.

2 folios
10 Apr 1935
CHAR 2/242/41-42

Letter from Louis Abraham, Clerk, House of Commons Select Committee on Witnesses to the Private Secretary to WSC, sending proof of his evidence to the Committee [not retained].

2 folios
18 Apr 1935
CHAR 2/242/43

Letter from the Private Secretary to WSC, to Louis Abraham, Clerk, House of Commons Select Committee on Witnesses on corrections to WSC's evidence to the Committee [carbon].

1 folio
03 May 1935
CHAR 2/242/44

Letter from Louis Abraham, Clerk, House of Commons Select Committee on Witnesses to Violet Pearman, Private Secretary to WSC on corrections to WSC's evidence to the Committee.

1 folio
16 May 1935
CHAR 2/242/45

Letter from Violet Pearman, Private Secretary to WSC to the Secretary, Cotton Trade League, confirming that there would probably be a debate in the House of Commons on the Report of the Select Committee on Witnesses [carbon].

1 folio
06 Jun 1935
CHAR 2/242/46

Note from Violet Pearman to WSC, on correction of his evidence to the House of Commons Select Committee on Witnesses.

1 folio
17 Apr 1935
CHAR 2/242/47

Letter from Sydney Wilkes, Secretary, The Cotton Trade League, Manchester, to WSC, on Report of the Select Committee of Witnesses, asking if the Report would be debated in the House of Commons.

1 folio
04 Jun 1935
CHAR 2/242/48

Letter from Sydney Wilkes, Secretary, The Cotton Trade League, Manchester, to WSC, congratulations on announcement in the House of Commons of a new Standing Order that no document received by the Clerk of a Select Committee should be withdrawn or altered without the knowledge of the Committee.

1 folio
16 Jul 1935
CHAR 2/242/49

Letter from Cyril Asquith, Paper Buildings, Temple, London EC4, to WSC, congratulations on Report of Select Committee on Witnesses, which totally vindicated WSC's stand on the suppression of the evidence of the Manchester Chamber of Commerce to the Select Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform.

1 folio
17 Jul 1935
CHAR 2/242/50

Printed Report of the Select Committee of Witnesses, together with the Proceedings of the Committee, Minutes of Evidence, Appendices and Index.

1 78 page pamphlet
09 May 1935