Baldwin, Alfred, 1841-1908 (industrialist and politician)
- Existence: 1841 - 1908
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Extracts and abstracts mostly by AWB from the diaries of Louisa Baldwin (1871-85, 1889-1908) and Alfred Baldwin (1879-89), and from letters of Alfred to Louisa (1866-1905) [originals not present], 1950-1970 (circa. Undated)
Delighted to hear result of Worcester meeting; 'The enthusiasm in Scotland was extraordinary'; Chamberlain saw nothing like it 'even during the Home Rule times'; thanks for Baldwin's promise of financial help for literature [for Tariff Reform League, or Imperial Tariff Committee?]
'The so-called Unionist Free-Traders are simply acting as jackals for the Radicals'; there should be retaliation in their constituencies; branches must be formed in 'all considerable centres'; Mr Vince, Secretary of Liberal Unionist Association and Imperial Tariff Committee will assist; Chamberlain supposes Lord Cobham, formerly hesitant, has 'now finally gone over to the enemy.'