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Letter from Captain J Pitchford (117 Hartington Road, Brighton, [Sussex]) to WSC asking him to confirm that he did not break his parole when he escaped from Pretoria [South Africa] during the Boer War so that Pitchford can refute assertions to the contrary being made in Brighton, and regretting that Conservative speakers do not come to the town to answer Communist and Independent Labour Party speakers.
- 12 Jun 1927
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