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(Untitled), 22 Jan 1901

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 28/26/88-93

Scope and Contents

Letter from WSC ([Winnipeg, Canada] on the notepaper of 105 Mount Street) to "Mamma" [Lady Randolph Churchill] including: his alarm at the prospect of a dissolution of Parliament and a general election; reaction to the death of Queen [Victoria]; speculation about the effect of becoming King on [Albert Edward, Prince of Wales]; the success of the meeting in Winnipeg and his impressions of the town and people. In postscripts he adds that he has been reading "An Englishwoman's Love Letters" and asks her to send letters and newspapers.


  • 22 Jan 1901

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Copyright: Winston Churchill MP


6 folio(s)

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Publication: Winston S Churchill I, pp 545-6; Winston S Churchill : Companion Volume I, Part 2, pp 1231-2

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