Inwards letters from 1st Lord Milner, 1908-03 - 1914-07
Scope and Contents
Letters from Milner to LSA on subjects including: the Compatriots [tariff reform group]; payment for LSA's work; LSA's work on the Times History of the South African War; Milner's concerns about the new South African constitution; the political situation in Australia; LSA's visit to Australia with the Empire Parliamentary Association; the death of George Wyndham; Home Rule for Ulster; LSA's poor chances of gaining a parliamentary seat at Oxford and failure at Wolverhampton [Staffordshire]; Milner's affection for LSA (in writing to AFA); LSA's success in winning the Sparkbrook seat in Birmingham [Warwickshire].
Also includes: letter from LSA to Milner on trade with Canada and Imperial import duties; note from George Wyndham to Milner; letter from Sir Edward Carson to Milner, asking him to visit Northern Ireland, and noting his respect for LSA.
- 1908-03 - 1914-07
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