(Untitled), [Jul] 
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Telegram from H Byson (Darlington [Durham]) to Lady Randolph Churchill wising her success in [the Woodstock election which Lady Randolph canvassed on behalf of Lord Randolph Churchill] and informing her that "All Conservatives in North heartily condemn mean and disreputable Radical Opposition which threatens you".
- [Jul] 
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