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(Untitled), 05 Nov 1910

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 12/3/36

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Letter from Horatio Bottomley (John Bull Editorial Offices, 67 Long Acre, London) to Edward Marsh assuring him that nothing WSC said about Mr Adam [one of the witnesses in the Akbar School enquiry] would be repeated to Mr Adam. He adds that WSC lacks "that most essential qualification of a minister of the Crown - pachydermity!" and that he had not read the memorandum prepared by his Assistant Editor [see CHAR 12/3/26-29]. Signed manuscript with handwritten additions and a note on dorse initialled by WSC "Say - Pachydermity is no substitute for prudence".


  • Creation: 05 Nov 1910

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