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Letter from Lord Randolph Churchill to J Moore Bayley in which he thanks him for sending news of Birmingham and discusses his speaking engagements at Bradford [Yorkshire] and Dundee [Angus, Scotland]; the likelihood of a dissolution of parliament as [William] Gladstone is unable to satisfy both the Liberal Party and the Irish; suggests that Arthur Balfour might be a suitable candidate as MP for Birmingham and discusses the Parish Councils Bill which will alter poor law administration. Signed manuscript. See CHAR 28/115/17-18.
- 05 Nov 1893
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