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(Untitled), 21 Jun 1910

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 12/2/47

Scope and Contents

Letter from P Rose, Private Secretary (Scottish Office) to Edward Marsh concerning the Temperance Bill, which has passed through the Scottish Grand Chamber but has not been appointed a day to be taken to the House of Commons. He returns unanswered letters (which Marsh or [Sidney] Harris have sent him) commenting that letters from the industry demanding that the bill should be abandoned are contrary to the wishes of the Committee, and that those which demand a stronger measure are unreasonable and therefore cannot be supported. Signed typescript annotated "thanked".


  • Creation: 21 Jun 1910

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