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Letter from [Lord Balfour, earlier Arthur Balfour] (Whittinghame, Prestonkirk, [East Lothian], Scotland) to WSC sympathising with him over the libel on him by Lord Alfred Douglas, disclaiming any special part in the satisfactory outcome of the case, and expressing the fear that Stanley Baldwin's "astounding performance may injure causes even more important than the interests of the party which he leads.".
- 17 Dec 1923
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