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(Untitled), 13 Sep 1922

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 2/124B/155-159

Scope and Contents

Letter from [Sir Archibald Sinclair, later 1st Lord Thurso] (Dalnawillan, Altnabraec, Caithness [Scotland]) to WSC on: the wintering of polo ponies; the determination of the Duke of Atholl and the Duchess of Atholl to assert their political influence in East Perthshire against the Liberals; the need for the newly formed association of National Liberals in the constituency to be supported by Liberal headquarters; Frederick Cripps' belief that his business enterprise in Soviet Russia has been undermined by the Board of Trade and [David Lloyd George] and that the Board has been far more helpful to Leslie Urquhart in his dealings with the Soviet government; fishing and shooting. Encloses CHAR 2/124B/160-161, CHAR 2/124B/162 and CHAR 2/124B/163-164.


  • 13 Sep 1922

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