Political: Constituency: North West Manchester: Correspondence., Jan 1908 - Apr 1908
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Correspondents include: Walter Speakman, Chairman of the Manchester Chamber of Commerce about the Brussels Sugar Convention (2); Arthur Hutton of the British Sugar Growing Association about the delay in completing the Nyasaland [Malawi, Africa] railway (1); T W Killick (1) on Free Trade and a reply from WSC; William Joynson Hicks [later Lord Brentford] on the likelihood of an by election in Manchester (2); Henry Massingham, editor of the Nation (1); W H Bridge of the Manchester Protestant League in support of WSC; correspondence concerning the treatment of concrete workers in Manchester; Osmond Wlliams, MP (1); J Loery (2); William Royle, Chairman of the Manchester Liberal Federation (2); E Crosfield Pearson (2) on the impending by election.Other subjects include: the possibility of WSC speaking about his experiences in Africa; WSC's support for Free Trade and his stance on Irish affairs and vivisection; the Ecclesiastical Discipline Bill; female suffrage; WSC's support for local clubs and associations; and the selection of Justices of the Peace for Manchester.
- Jan 1908 - Apr 1908
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1 file(s) (1 bound file (62 folios))
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