Letter from Margot Asquith, Manton, Oakham, 28 Dec. 1905
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'Of course my husband will write what you ask. Do not be bothered about malicious people saying you are a foreigner, no one believes it, and if they do it does not the least matter.'; advice on fighting the forthcoming election; inviting Money to speak at Oakham; autograph
- 28 Dec. 1905
- Asquith, Emma Alice Margaret, 1864-1945 (née Tennant, known as Margot, Countess of Oxford and Asquith, writer and socialite) (Person)
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