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Letter from Horatio Bottomley (56a, Pall Mall, London) to WSC marked "personal" in which he says that WSC's unsigned letter hurt him greatly; that he regarded their conversation [concerning the Akbar School enquiry] as private "so far as either the Press or the House was concerned" but that he did not think that WSC would object to him mentioning the matter to his Assistant Editor; and apologising for any mistake he has committed and for not calling on WSC in person. Signed manuscript.
- 03 Nov 1910
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