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Official: Cabinet: papers 131 - 150., 25 Apr 1928 - 04 May 1928

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Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 22/197

Scope and Contents

Includes papers by various individuals on various subjects including: 1st] Lord Birkenhead [earlier F E Smith] Secretary of State for India, on the Indian contribution to the home effective charges of the British army; Sir William Joynson-Hicks [later Lord Brentford] Home Secretary on subjects including a draft treaty of arbitration with the United States, a dog racing bill and land purchase in Northern Ireland; William Bridgeman, First Lord of the Admiralty, on a treaty with the United States; Sir Laming Worthington-Evans, Secretary of State for War, on future British garrisons in China; WSC, Chancellor of the Exchequer, on currency in the Irish Free State; John Gilmour, Secretary of State for Scotland, on new buildings for the National Library of Scotland; [Lord Peel, 1st] Commissioner of Works, on Royal Parks; Sir Philip Cunliffe-Lister [earlier Sir Philip Lloyd-Greame, later Lord Swinton], President of the Board of Trade, on safeguarding the household linen goods industry; Leo Amery, Secretary of State for Dominion Affairs, on subjects including Irish civil servants; Walter Guinness [later 1st Lord Moyne] Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries, on Royal Parks; and Sir Austen Chamberlain, Foreign Secretary, on dealings with the United States Ambassador to Great Britain [Charles Dawes].Also includes reports on the competition between beam wireless and cable companies, the Eastern Marconi merge, and electrical development and American capital.Cabinet Paper 149 not present. Printed index at CHAR 22/211.

Dates

  • 25 Apr 1928 - 04 May 1928

Conditions Governing Access

Open

Extent

1 item(s) (1 file (115 folios including pamphlets))

Language of Materials

English

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