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Letter from Randal Charlton (58 Warwick Square, Belgravia, [London]) to WSC (2 Sussex Square) referring to his (Charlton's) letter in the press on the trial of Lord Alfred Douglas and Lord Northcliffe's [earlier Sir Alfred Harmsworth] views on the war, congratulating WSC on his fortitude during the trial and expressing regret at his defeat in West Leicester.
- Creation: 19 Dec 1923
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